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DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/
DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM
2GB/4GB/8GB Music and Video Multimedia Player
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    Instruction Manual DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/ DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM 2GB/4GB/8GB Music and Video Multimedia Player...

  • Page 2: Safety Warnings And Maintenance

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Please read this instruction manual carefully before operating this product, and store it well for future reference. Product images and illustrations are for illustrative purpose only, please always refer to the real product. This instruction manual may subject to changes for improvement without prior notice. Safety Warnings and Maintenance Please read ALL safety warnings and precautions before attempting to use your player to avoid injury.

  • Page 3: Important Handling Information

    It is strongly recommended to back up all important data on a PC in order to protect against corruption, data loss or device malfunction. Please note that Hitachi Europe Ltd shall not accept any liability for damage or loss of stored data.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Table of Contents Safety Warnings and Maintenance..............1 Important Safety Information ....................1 Important Handling Information ................... 2 Table of Contents ....................3 Package Content....................6 Getting Started ....................6 Features ..........................6 Touch Pad..........................6 Product Overview ........................ 7 Charging the Battery......................

  • Page 5

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Now Playing....................... 20 Starting Playback....................... 20 Pausing Playback ......................20 Selecting Next/Previous Track................... 21 Fast Forwarding/Rewinding Current Track ................ 21 Adjusting the Volume Level ....................21 Music Player ........................21 Loop Repeating ......................... 22 Music........................22 Video ........................22 Starting Playback.......................

  • Page 6

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Settings......................30 Equalizer Setting ....................... 30 Repeat ..........................31 Contrast ..........................31 Backlight ..........................31 Power Savings........................32 Language .......................... 32 Default ..........................32 Format ..........................33 About........................33 Navigation......................34 Appendix......................35 Video Conversion Tool....................... 35 ®...

  • Page 7: Package Content

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Package Content Main Unit USB cable (for PC connection and Instruction Manual battery charging) DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/ (included in the Installation CD) DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM CTPCLUSB07072B0-0-00 Earphone Installation CD Quick Start Guide CTPGUDIXO243668-0-00 CTPCDDIXI081002-0-00 EPEARJYE800B000-0-00 / CTPGUDIXO243669-0-00 / EPEARNLDEP10100-0-00 / CTPGUDIXO243670-0-00 Getting Started Features Touch pad...

  • Page 8: Product Overview

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Product Overview K L M Screen Menu M Volume Up + Power/Hold Switch Confirm OK Microphone mic USB Port Volume Down ― Reset Opening reset Hand/Neck Strap Holder Next/Fast Forward ∧ Headphone Socket Previous/Rewind ∨ Charging the Battery The player comes with a rechargeable battery.

  • Page 9: Turning On/off The Player

    But the start-up time will resume to normal in the next start-up. When the player boots up, the HITACHI logo and startup image appears in sequence. The player automatically goes to the music playback mode after boot-up.

  • Page 10: Reset Feature

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Reset Feature The player is designed with a reset feature. If it works abnormally, reset the player by depressing the reset opening with a paper clip. Turn on the player again and it will resume normal operation. Reset Opening Connecting to the Computer System Support...

  • Page 11: Transferring Files

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Transferring Files After connecting the player to the computer, the player works in Mass Storage Class (MSC) or Media Transfer ® Protocol (MTP) mode. The player’s working mode depends on the operation system and Windows Media Player which the computer works on. ®...

  • Page 12: For Windows ® Users

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual ® For Windows Users ® MSC Mode - For Windows 2000/ XP Service Pack 1 users ® ® The player is recognized as a MSC device for Windows 2000/ XP Service Pack 1 (without Windows Media Player 10/11). 1.

  • Page 13: Mtp Mode - For Windows ® Xp Service Pack 2 (with Wmp 10) Users

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual MTP Mode The player is recognized as a MTP device for: ® ® - Windows XP Service Pack 2 (with Windows Media Player 10/11) ® - Windows Vista (with Windows Media Player 11) ® MTP Mode - For Windows XP Service Pack 2 (with WMP 10) users: After connecting the player to the computer, the MTP Media Player window appears.

  • Page 14

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual 4a. Click Sync and drag the file you want to transfer to the left window. 5a. Click Start Sync. - 13 -...

  • Page 15

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual You also can copy the media files to the player by the drag-and-drop method. 2b. Select Take no action and click OK. 3b. Double-click My Computer. 4b. Double-click DMP X50N series or MTP Device. Data folder: You can drag and drop all data files to the Data folder. Media folder: You can only drag and drop the media files (music, videos and photos) the player supports to the Media folder.

  • Page 16: Mtp Mode - For Windows ® Xp Service Pack 2 + Wmp11/ Vista (with Wmp 11) Users

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual ® MTP Mode - For Windows XP Service Pack 2 + WMP11/ Vista (with WMP 11) users: ® 1. After connecting the player to the computer, the Portable Device (for Windows XP SP2) or AutoPlay ® (for Windows Vista) window appears.

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    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual 4a. Select the file you want to synchronize to the player and drag it to the Sync List. Click Start Sync. You also can copy the media files to the player by the drag-and-drop method. 2b. Select Open device to view files and click OK. ®...

  • Page 18: For Macintosh ® Users

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual ® For Macintosh users 1. The player is recognized by the computer as a removable disk (named Unlabeled or Untitled). Double-click it to explore the device. 2. Drag the files of your favourite songs to Unlabeled or Untitled. NOTE: Apple MAC OS does not support the transfer of copy-protected music to the player.

  • Page 19: Mtp Mode

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual 5. Click OK. 6. Click OK when formatting finishes. NOTE: Do not select NTFS under the File System tab. Otherwise, the player cannot work and needs to format again. MTP Mode ® For Windows XP (with WMP10) users: Double-click My Computer.

  • Page 20: For Macintosh ® Users

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual ® For Macintosh users 1. Double-click the DATA disk. 2. Open the Application folder. 3. Find the Utilities folder and open it. 4. Find Disk Utility and open it. The Disk Utility window appears. 5. Select the disk icon for the player (the disk name varies on different operation systems) and click the Erase tab.

  • Page 21: Basic Operation

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Basic Operation Calling up the Menu Tap M to call up the menu. Menu options include Now Playing >>Music>>Video>>Record>>Voice>>FM (for model DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM only)>>Photo>>Settings>>Navigation>>About. The player automatically returns to the music playback mode after about 10 seconds of no further operation. How to Navigate the Menu Tap ∧...

  • Page 22: Selecting Next/previous Track

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Selecting Next/Previous Track Tap ∧ during playback to play the next track. Tap ∨ within the first five seconds of the playback to play the previous track. Tap ∨ after five seconds of the playback to play the current track from the beginning. Fast Forwarding/Rewinding Current Track Touch and hold ∧...

  • Page 23: Loop Repeating

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Loop Repeating While playback, tap and hold M at the beginning of the loop you want to set. A- appears in the display. Tap and hold M again to set the end of the loop. A-B appears in the display. The loop is played repeatedly. Tap and hold M again to cancel the loop.

  • Page 24: Starting Playback

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Starting Playback Tap M to display the menu. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Video. Tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select a video file. Tap OK to play the selected video file. Pausing Playback Tap OK to pause during playback. Stop Playback Tap M to stop playback and return to the video file list.

  • Page 25: Record

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Record Start Record NOTE (For DMP250NFM/ DMP450NFM/ DMP850NFM models only): Recording FM When the player is switched from FM mode to RECORD mode, the current FM channel will be recorded. Recording Voice When the player is switched from MUSIC or PHOTO mode to RECORD mode, surrounding sound will be recorded. Start Recording Tap M to display the menu.

  • Page 26: Format

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Format Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Format. Tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select an option (IM ADPCM/ MS ADPCM/ PCM). Tap OK to confirm. IM ADPCM Low recording quality. MS ADPCM Medium recording quality. High recording quality.

  • Page 27: Voice

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Voice Playing a Voice Record Tap M to display the menu. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Voice. Tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select FM or Voice and tap OK (for DMP250NFM/ DMP450NFM/ DMP850NFM models only). Tap ∧...

  • Page 28: Fm (for Dmp250nfm/dmp450nfm/dmp850nfm Models Only)

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual FM (For DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Models Only) Listen to FM radio with the built-in digital FM tuner. NOTE: The earphones must be connected to the player. Otherwise, the FM tuner cannot find any FM channel. Starting the FM Radio Tap M to display the menu.

  • Page 29: Add To Preset

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Add to Preset The player allows saving up to 20 radio frequencies to the preset list. Select a radio frequency. Touch and hold OK for a while and release it. A FM window pops up. Select Add to Preset and tap OK. Tap ∧...

  • Page 30: Delete One

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Delete One Touch and hold OK for a while and release it. A FM window pops up. Select Delete One and tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select the preset radio frequency you want to delete. Tap OK to confirm.

  • Page 31: Photo

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Photo Tap M to display the menu. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Photo. Tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select an option (All Photo/ Manual/ Slide Show/ Thumbnail). Tap OK to confirm. During photo playback, press ∧ or ∨ to skip to the previous or next photo.

  • Page 32: Repeat

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Repeat Select the play mode for music playback. There are four modes. Normal Playing tracks in sequential order and the music playback stops when each track has been played once. Repeat One Playing one track repeatedly. Repeat All Playing all tracks repeatedly.

  • Page 33: Power Savings

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Power Savings To save the battery when the music or video playback is paused or stopped, you can set the auto-off time of the menu. When the player keeps idle for the set time, it will shut down automatically. Tap ∧...

  • Page 34: Format

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Format You also can format the player by using its format function. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Format. Tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Yes or No. Select Yes to format the player, or No to cancel operation.

  • Page 35: Navigation

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Navigation Tap M to display the menu. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select Navigation. Tap OK. Tap ∧ or ∨ to select an option (Internal Media/ All Audio Tracks/ All Video Tracks/ All Image Tracks). Tap OK to confirm. Internal Media List all folders and media files in the player.

  • Page 36: Appendix

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Appendix Video Conversion Tool You can use the conversion tool included in the support disk to convert the .avi, .vob, .wmv, .flv, .rm, .rmvb, .ram and .mpg video files to the format that the player supports (.smv format). Insert the support disk supplied with the player into the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 37: Recovering The Firmware (for Windows ® 2000/xp/vista Users Only)

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual ® Recovering the Firmware (For Windows 2000/XP/Vista Users Only) Incorrect operation and electrostatic discharges may cause damage to the player’s firmware. If the player still fails to turn on after resetting, follow below steps to recover the firmware. Insert the support disk supplied with the player into the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 38

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Click Start when Ready appears on the firmware download screen. Note: If the computer fails to detect the player after a few minutes, reset the player by depressing the reset • opening and try the above steps again. If Format Data Area is checked, the recovery utility reinstalls the firmware and formats the player.

  • Page 39: Troubleshooting

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Troubleshooting Problems/Symptoms Solutions Cannot turn on the player. Battery power is exhausted. Recharge the battery. Not enough space is reserved for system files. Free some memory space by erasing some files. The player works abnormally and needs to be reset. Reset the player by depressing the reset opening.

  • Page 40: Technical Specifications

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual Technical Specifications 2GB/4GB/8GB NAND flash (some memory is reserved for Built-in Memory firmware and system management) USB 2.0 high speed Interface Power Built-in 280mAh Li-Polymer battery Max. Playtime Up to 26 hours Max. time for charging Approx. 3 hours via PC Display 128x160 Dot-Matrix 1.8”...

  • Page 41

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM Instruction Manual The mark above is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE). The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment including any spent or discarded batteries as unsorted municipal waste, but use the return and collection systems available. If the batteries or accumulators included with this equipment display the chemical symbol Hg, Cd, or Pb, then it means that the battery has a heavy metal content of more than 0.0005% Mercury, or more than 0.002% Cadmium or more than, 0.004% Lead.

  • Page 42: Quick Start Guide

    DMP250N/DMP450N/DMP850N/ DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM 2GB/4GB/8GB Music and Video Multimedia Player Quick Start Guide NOTE: This product is DRM compatible so it plays licensed, copyright protected WMA files ® downloaded from the Internet. Windows Media Player can be used to see if files are copy protected. Package Content USB cable (for PC connection and battery...

  • Page 43

    Product Overview K LM A. Screen H. Menu M B. Volume Up + Power/Hold Switch C. Confirm OK Microphone mic D. Volume Down K. USB Port E. Reset Opening reset Hand/Neck Strap Holder F. Next/Fast Forward M. Headphone Socket G. Previous/Rewind Charging the Battery The player comes with a rechargeable battery.

  • Page 44

    Turning on/off the player Slide and hold the Power/Hold switch in the direction of the icon till the screen is activated. Slide and hold the Power/Hold switch in the direction of the icon till the screen is deactivated. Transferring files System Support ®...

  • Page 45

    ® For Windows Users ® MSC Mode - For Windows 2000/ XP Service Pack 1 Users 1. Double-click My Computer in Windows Explorer, the player is recognized by the computer as a removable disk. Double-click it to explore the device. 2.

  • Page 46

    ® MTP Mode - For Windows XP Service Pack 2 + WMP11/ Vista (with WMP 11) users: After connecting the player to the computer, the Portable Device (for ® ® Windows XP SP2) or AutoPlay (for Windows Vista) window appears. 2a.

  • Page 47: Listening To Music

    Basic Operation Connecting the earphone Plug the earphone to the earphone socket. Calling up the Menu Tap M to call up the menu. Menu options include Now Playing >> Music >> Video >> Record >> Voice >> FM (for model DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM only) >>...

  • Page 48

    Instruction Manual See the instruction manual in the bundled Installation CD for more details on transferring files, playing music, videos and photos, recording voice/FM (for DMP250NFM/DMP450NFM/DMP850NFM models only), playing voice records and selecting player settings. The mark above is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE).

This manual also for:

Dmp850n, Dmp250nfm, Dmp450n, Dmp850nfm, Dmp250n

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