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USERS MANAUL
8.4"/10" Digital Photo Frame
with NXT Stereo Speaker
Model Name
HDF-8040/HDF-8040E
HDF-1002/HDF-1002E
This is the diagram of the model HDF-8040
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE CAREFULLY.
KEEP THIS USER'S MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
82-257-00250

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   Summary of Contents for Hitachi HDF-8040E

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    USERS MANAUL 8.4”/10” Digital Photo Frame with NXT Stereo Speaker Model Name HDF-8040/HDF-8040E HDF-1002/HDF-1002E This is the diagram of the model HDF-8040 READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE CAREFULLY. KEEP THIS USER'S MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE 82-257-00250...

  • Page 2: Safety Warnings

    Safety Warnings Some DOs and DON’Ts on the safe use of equipment This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. DO read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.

  • Page 3: Supported Playable Format

    Thank you for purchasing this Hitachi product. With this photo frame, you can light-emitting touchpad on the front panel of the photo frame. Please read the following instructions for more details. Supported playable format: Photo: JPEG Music: MP3(up to 320kbps) Video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4*.avi, Motion-JPEG...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Safety Warnings ..............2 Supported playable format ............3 Important Safety Precautions ............3 Package Content ................3 Table of Contents ................. 4 Product Overview ............. 5~6 Remote Control .............. 7~9 - Remote the insulation strip of the remote control ........9 - Remote Control Operation Range ..............

  • Page 5: Product Overview

    Product Overview Name Description Front Panel Display area LCD Screen Receive the signals from Remote supplied remote control. control sensor right in the menus. Press to rotate when (Up/Down/ viewing a photo by full Left/Right) Photo ( screen in pads mode .

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    Product Overview Rear Panel Name Description Accommodates SD, SD/MMS/ MMC, MS or xD cards. MS/XD card slot Accommodates CF CF Type I Type I cards. slot Connect an earphone to Earphone the unit. jack Connect to a PC using 10 Mini USB connector 11 USB A-type connector...

  • Page 7: Remote Control

    Remote Control Name Description (Up) button Moves up in the menus. Setup button Press to enter the Setup menu. Moves left in the (Left) menus. button (Play/ Pause/SEL./ OK) button setting or function. Return to the previous (Previous) picture or song. button ss to return previous page.

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    Remote Control Name Description Mode: Press to (Mode/ toggle (Photo), Stop) button (Edit), (Time), (Setup), (Movie), (Photo+Music) and (Music) modes. Stop: Press to stop the playback. Moves right in the (Right) menus. button Moves down in the (Down) menus. button Go to the next picture (Next) or song.

  • Page 9: Remote The Insulation Strip Of The Remote Control

    Remote Control Remove the insulating strip of remote control Remove the insulating mylar strip from the battery if the battery is being used for the bottom back side of the remote control. Remote Control Operation Range no more than 5 meters from the remote control sensor and within 60°...

  • Page 10: Preparation

    Preparation Attaching the stand 1. Insert the head of the stand in the receptacle. 2. Rotate clockwise or counterclockwise until the stand locks in place. Landscape Viewing Portrait Viewing OFF/ON landscape or portrait display.

  • Page 11: Connecting To The Power

    Preparation Connecting to the power DC-IN 12V 1. Connect one end of the supplied AC power adapter (12Vdc, 1.66A) to the Photo Frame, and the other end to the wall outlet. 2. Press power switch to turn on/off the power. The screen will be turned on in a second.

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    Preparation Connecting to a PC via mini USB (included) DC-IN 12V the power has been connected via power socket, and turned on before connecting to PC. connecting to a computer with , the unit becomes a storage device that allows to store, access, and delete data likewise your local hard disk.

  • Page 13: Removing This Unit From Computer

    Preparation The steps below is demonstrated by Windows Vista™. For other operation systems, please refer to its manual for more details. (included) 1. Turn the Power switch to ON. 2. Connect this unit to a computer via will pop up on the screen when the unit is detected by Windows Vista.

  • Page 14: Drive

    Preparation Inserting a memory card or USB drive to the orientation marked on this unit. To remove MMC/SD/MS/CF Type I/xD card, pull the card straight out. This unit can only playback one storage drive at a time. If more than one source is connected, please refer to Selecting the storage media on page 15 to select your desired drive.

  • Page 15: Operations

    Operations Selecting the storage media 1. Press or tap <Mode> to display the main menu. 2. Press or tap < / > to select SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/MS / >/< Pro/xD Card reader( ), CF Type I Card reader( ) ,USB ), or Internal Memory ( ) source, then press <...

  • Page 16: Playing Photos

    Operations Playing photos This unit supports only JPEG picture format playback. To play your computer. For more the slide show effects, please refer to Setup>Photo Setting> on page 40. for mode details. Transition Effect menu in a while. Press or tap any buttons to return to the main menu.

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    Operations Thumbnail browse mode 1024x768 2008/5/30 Rotate Slide Show 1. Press or tap < >/< > to select Photo ( ) from main menu, then press < > or tap < play slide shows automatically. 2. Press < > or tap < >...

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    Operations 1. Press or tap < / > to highlight Thumbnail Mode the Rotate, then press < > or tap < > to enter rotate mode. 1024x683 2008/9/1 Rotate Slideshow 2. Press or tap < / >/< / >/ Rotate Mode <...

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    Operations 5. Press or tap < / >/< / >/< Thumbnail Mode >/< > to highlight the rotated photo, then press < > or tap < > to view the rotated photo by full screen. 1024x683 2008/9/1 Rotate Slideshow 6. Press or tap < >...

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    Operations To reset the rotation 1. Press or tap < / >/< / >/ Thumbnail Mode < >/< > under thumbnail mode to highlight the rotated photo. 1024x683 2008/9/1 Rotate Slideshow 2. Press or tap < / > to highlight Thumbnail Mode the Rotate, then press <...

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    Operations Auto Rotation Vertical display Horizontal display placed. If the horizontally placed photo frame is rotated left by 90 degrees, the current displayed photo will automatically rotate clockwise by 90 degrees. If the vertically placed photo frame is rotated right by 90 degrees, the current displayed photo will automatically rotate anti-clockwise by 90 degrees.

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    Operations File manager browse mode File Number: 1/6 /dev/usb Setup your browse mode to File manager in Setup menu under “Browse” setting on page 42. 2. Press or tap < >/< > to select Photo ( ) from main menu, then press < >...

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    Operations Zoom-in/out 100% 150% 200% 1. Press < > repeatedly to zoom-in or zoom-out when displaying the photo by a ratio as shown above. 2. Press or tap < / >/< / >/< >/< > to move the position when you zoom-in the photo to 150% or 200%. Note 1: The zoom-in/out function works only when the photo is displayed by full screen in Photo ( ) mode.

  • Page 24: Photos With Music Playback

    Operations Photos with music playback < >/< > to select Photo with Music ( from main menu, then press < > or tap < >. The photos will be displayed on the screen with music background. Note: The Photo with Music function works only the photo and drive.

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    Operations Note: This unit can only play MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4*.avi and Motion-JPEG formats. For other formats, please convert to readable format on your computer before playing. 1. Press or tap < >/< > to File Number: 1/1 /dev/usb Summer holiday select Movie( ) on the menu page, Clip 001...

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    Operations The speed of advance (x2, x4, x8, x16 and x32) or reverse (x2, x4, x8, x16 and x32) changes for each press of < > or < > during playback. Volume Press or tap < >/< > or press volume buttons adjust volume when playing music.

  • Page 27: Playing Mp3 Music

    Operations Playing MP3 music 1. Press or tap < >/< > to /dev/usb Alternative select Music( ) on the main menu, Alternative Sound 001 Rock Sound 002 Sound 003 then press < > or tap < >. Sound 004 Sound 005 2.

  • Page 28: Operations

    Operations Note: 1. The curvy & wavy reflection during playing is a nature factor resulted by the vibration of the NXT speakers. 2. This unit can only play MP3 audio format. For other audio formats, please convert to MP3 on your computer before playing. 3.

  • Page 29: Editing

    Editing 1. Press or tap < >/< > to select Edit( ) on the main menu, then press < > or tap < >. 2. A selection window appears on the Photo screen, select the option you wish Music to edit and then press < >...

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    Editing Copy 1. Press or tap < > to return to /dev/nand Alternative /dev/usb Sound 001 right side window, then press or tap Sound 002 Sound 003 Sound 004 < / >/< Sound 005 wish to copy. 2. Press < >...

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    Editing 8. Press < > or tap < >, then an /dev/nand Alternative /dev/usb Sound 001 Edit dialogue window appears on the Sound 002 Sound 003 Sound 004 screen. Sound 005 9. Press or tap < / >/< / > to select the Paste , then press <...

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    Editing 6. A delete window will pop-up on /dev/nand Alternative /dev/usb Sound 001 the screen. Press or tap < >/ Sound 002 Sound 003 Sound 004 < > to highlight Yes, then press Sound 005 < > or tap < > to delete the selected Note: Selecting ‘No”...

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    Editing 5. A virtual keyboard appears on /dev/nand Alternative /dev/usb Sound 001 the screen, press or tap < / > Sound 002 Sound 003 Sound 004 /< / >/< >/< > to text the Sound 005 folder name and then press Enter to Virtual keyboard overview: Captial Mode Text bar...

  • Page 34: Editing

    Editing Format Note: This function only can format internal memory. 1. Press or tap < > to highlight Edit, /dev/nand Alternative /dev/usb Sound 001 then press < > or tap < >. Sound 002 Sound 003 Sound 004 Sound 005 2.

  • Page 35: Copying Files From And To A Pc

    more connecting details, please refer to Connecting to a PC via mini USB on page 12. The “Removeable Disk” icons will appear on the Windows Explorer as shown below after connection. storage device that allows to store, access, and delete data similar to your local hard disk.

  • Page 36: Multi-screen

    Multi-screen Multi-screen for slideshow This function allows you to display the calendar, clock, and slideshow in one screen 1. Press or tap < >/< > to select Setup ( ) from main menu, then press < > or tap < >. 2.

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    Multi-screen 6. Press or tap < / >/< / > to select the source you wish to play the slideshow, then press < > or tap < 7. Press or tap < >/< > to select Photo ( ), then press < >...

  • Page 38: Time And Calendar Setting

    Time and calendar setting Time and calendar tap < >/< > to select Time ( ) from main menu, then press < > or tap < >. Display Clock Clock&Calendar 1. Press or tap < > and < / >/< / >...

  • Page 39: Set Time

    Time and calendar setting Set Time 1. Press or tap < / >/< / > to select Set Time, then press < > or tap < >. 2. Press or tap < / >/< / > to set Hour, then press or tap < >/<...

  • Page 40: Osd Settings

    OSD settings 1. Turn the POWER switch to ON. Press or tap < >/< > to select Setup ( ) from main menu, then press < > or tap < >. 3. Press or tap < / >/< / >/< >/<...

  • Page 41

    OSD settings Sub-menus Menu settings Description of operations menus Photo Panel setting Original Landscape position Setting along the top and bottom of the screen when displaying 16:9 aspect ratio photos. ratio photo by full screen with- out change the shape. Note: The photo will be enlarged aspect ratio is close to 4:3.

  • Page 42

    OSD settings Sub-menus Menu settings Description of operations menus Photo Panel setting Full screen Portrait position Setting 9 aspect ratio photo. The left and right side of the photo will on the top and bottom side of the photo. aspect ratio photo. The left and right side of the photo will on the top and bottom side of the photo.

  • Page 43: Osd Settings

    OSD settings Custom Default Restore Restore the factory default Setup settings. WARNING! Select this function will erase all previously stored settings Exit Exit Setup page.

  • Page 44: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple checkups or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation. SYMPTOM (COMMON) REMEDY No power the power outlet. Unable to view photos on the Digital Photo Frame formats.

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    Specification HDF-8040/HDF-8040E Item Panel Screen 8.4” 4:3 digital type Resolution Display area 170(H)x127(V)mm 250 cd/m2 (typ.) Contrast 500:1 (typ.) Display colours 6-bit, 262,144 colours Video Photo JPEG Video decom- MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4*.avi pression and Motion-JPEG Aspect ratio Full Screen/Original Value adjustment Audio NXT speaker 3W*2...

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    Specification HDF-1002/HDF-1002E Item Panel Screen 10” 16:9 digital type Resolution Display area 220(H)x132(V)mm 220 cd/m2 (typ.) Contrast 400:1 (typ.) Display colours 6-bit, 262,144 colours Video Photo JPEG Video decom- MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4*.avi pression and Motion-JPEG Aspect ratio Full Screen/Original Value adjustment Audio NXT speaker 3W*2...

  • Page 47

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  • Page 48

    The mark 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...

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    Remove the insulating strip of remote control Remove the insulating mylar strip from the battery if the battery is being 8.4”/10” Digital Photo Frame with NXT Stereo Speaker HDF-8040/HDF-8040E HDF-1002/HDF-1002E Remote Control Operation Range Attaching the stand 4. Connecting to the power 5.

  • Page 50: Inserting A Memory Card Or Usb Drive

    6. Inserting a memory card or USB drive to the orientation marked on this unit. 7. Basic playback Photo Edit Setup SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/ Movie mode Time and Calendar press or tap < >/< > to SD/SDHC/MMC/MS/MS Pro/xD Card reader CF Type I Card reader Internal Memory...

This manual also for:

Hdf-1002e, Hdf-8040, Hdf-1002

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