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Chapter 1 Installing the DSB-R100………………...12 1-1 Hardware installation…………...………………12 1-2 Software Installation…………………………….13 Chapter 2 Understanding the DSB-R100 Menus….14 Chapter 3 How to Preset your favorite stations………17 Tuning:………………………………………….17 3-2 Preset channel………………………………….17 Chapter 4 How to use “Sleep” and “Wake up” functions…………………………………..20 4-1. Setting Sleep Time……………………………20 4-2.
Chapter 6 Converting wave files to MP3…………28 6-1. Selecting the file………………………………28 6-2. Deleting MP3 files…………………………….30 Chapter 7 Using “Help”…………………………...31 Chapter 8 Warning signs …………………………32 8-1. Warning signs appear during installation……..32 8-2. Questions when you are using the software of DSB-R100……………………………………21...
Chapter 1 Installing the DSB-R100 1-1 Hardware installation (1). Plug DSB-R100 USB flat connector into the USB port of your PC. If the PC has a sound card, plug the DSB-R100’s RCA cable into the existing LINE IN port of the sound card. If not, plug the RCA jack into any speakers.
98. The following installation installs the application into your PC. Installing under Windows 98 (1) Insert the DSB-R100 Utility diskette into drive A or B. (2) Click on My Computer icon. (3) Select Floppy(A: ) (where A: is your selected diskette drive) (4) Double click on Setup icon.
Chapter 2 Understanding the DSB-R100 Menus The DSB-R100 has three: WaveFile, Options and Help. The menus are text sensitive and can be activated easily by mouse clicks. WaveFile Menu The WaveFile Menu contains the following commands: Creates a new wave file...
Enables/disables the Wake Up Function Displays either 24 hour time or AM/PM Displays the sound indicator function Radio will stop playing once DSB-R100 application is closed Explains the key functions of the main panels Shows the version and copyright of the DSB-R100...
station (2) Preset Channel Presets your favorite Radio stations for up to 200 channels (3) Frequency Slider Allows you to select the desired radio station by dragging the mouse. (4) Tuner Allows you to adjust frequency at 0.05 MHz intervals. (5) Scan Scans radio stations by clicking mouse button.
Chapter 3 How to Preset your favorite stations 3-1 Tuning: There are two ways to select your favorite programs - 3-1-1 Locate your favorite station by clicking the scan button . Click on Tune button to fine tune until “stereo” appears on the LED display.
E.g. To set channel 3 to frequency 100.10MHz and Station Name ICRT. Set Channel Number 3 and enter “ICRT”. Then click OK. 3-2-2 Editing preset channels...
1. Click on Edit button frequency and their station names. 2.Set the Channel Numbers and enter the desired Station Names. 3.Click on OK to confirm changes. and edit preset channel...
Chapter 4 How to use “Sleep” and “Wake up” functions DSB-R100 provide “Sleep” and “Wake up” functions to save time and catch up with your favorite programs,. 4-1. Setting Sleep Time To set Sleep time: 1.Choose “Sleep Function“ from the Options menu.
3. Set the time. 4. Click on OK to confirm the setting. The radio will turn off automatically at the selected sleep time. 4-2. Setting Wake up time To set the Wake up time 1. Choose “Wake Up Function Enabled “ from the Options menu.
3. Set the Hour and Minute dials to your wake up time. 4. Click on OK to confirm the setting The radio turns off automatically at the selected wake up time. You can also set recording time by using this function.
Chapter 5 Recording and playing 5-1. Specifying Wave Formats Before recording a wave file, make sure the correct format of the file is specified. Wave format refers to the sound channel, Sampling Rate and Size of the file. To specify the wave format: 1.
Select Mono for one sound channel and Stereo for two sound channels. Select 11025Hz for voice, 22050Hz for cassette and 44100Hz for CD quality recording. Select 8 bits for cassette and 16 bits for CD sound quality. Choose OK. There is a trade-off between the quality of a wave file and the amount of storage space required for the file.
button . If you would like to know the available free space on your hard disk, just click the Animated tape recorder and you will see the following figure: Click on Free Disk Resource and Animated Tape Recorder will resume. 5-3.
3. Choose OK. 4. Click Sleep button turn off the power of the DSB-R100 when the recording is completed. DSB-R100 will wake up, start and stop recording according to your procedure. 5-5. Opening a Wave File To open a wave file: 1.
2. Choose Play. You can also drag slider to listen to the recorded wave file again. To stop playing the wave file, choose Stop.
3. Browse to the directory the wave file is in and select it the on panel to the right. 4. MPEB Layer 3 format gives you several ranges to choose from. Click on the down arrow and choose the sampling rate. 48000 Hz gives the best sound but uses the most memory.
Chapter 8 Warning signs 8-1. Warning signs appear during installation 7-1-1 If your sound card is not installed properly or wave device is being used by other applications , the following warning sign will appear during installation.
8-1-2. If the following warning sign appears when you are running the software then Sound card has not been installed in your PC. Recording and playing function of wave device is used by other application software. Explanations of the above warning signs: The digitizer will only operate when the sound card record function is running.
DSB-R100. (A) I am running the DSB-R100 software, but I can't hear anything. What should I do? ANS: If your software is already running and you can operate the control panel switches, this shows that the radio has been installed correctly. If this is not...
WAVE file. The solution is to turn off the volume indicator. The reason for this is that the DSB-R100 must turn on its record function when the volume indicator is turned on (see question 10 for an explanation). Another solution is to open Win95's...
Deleting the check mark will close the volume meter (C). I can hear sound from my DSB-R100 , but the volume indicator doesn't move. ANS: The volume indicator is able to display the volume because the radio's sound output is run through a digitizer and then displayed on the screen.
The source of the sound to be recorded has been selected incorrectly. In theory, sound output from the DSB-R100 will go to the sound card's Line In, and the source of sound to be recorded should also be the Line In. Only then will sound from the radio pass through the recording and digitizing unit and be displayed.
DSB-R100 software, it will automatically select the Line as the sound source. To insure that the situation mentioned above doesn't make it impossible to view the volume, we have made our software compatible with most sound cards on the market. But if this...
You should use the method described above to change the settings. B. Another possible cause is incorrect sound card driver software. (E). Why can't I use my DSB-R100’s record and play functions? ANS: A. Other applications software may be currently using the record or play functions.