USB cable Headphones Strap Your SANYO product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
Precautions SANYO takes no responsibility for data loss due to The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. power cuts or damage to the player. Do not drop the player or subject it to strong shocks. To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by accidental...
How to connect the player to your PC Pay attention to the Selecting the action Windows is to take (Windows direction of the terminal XP only) After connection, the following screen will appear. Example: Original USB cable (supplied) 1) Select Note: Do not use an USB hub or USB extension cable (Operation is not guaranteed).
Copying [MusicFileMaster] and [Manual] folders to This software shall not be copied and reprinted. your PC for backup SANYO shall not be liable for any damages arising out Click [Removable Disk (F:)]. Select [MusicFileMaster] and of the use of this software.
MusicFileMaster is performed. Note: Do not delete, move, or modify the installed folders/files. [SANYO HDP DMP support]: For downloading the USB driver or the latest software, etc. from our web site. http://www.sanyo-audio.com/english/index.html How to open the instruction manual 1.
Disconnecting the player from your PC Before disconnecting, make sure no data is being 4. Check that [SANYO MEMORY PLAYER USB Device] transferred. is in the list, select [USB Mass Storage Device] and For Windows 98SE: Disconnect the player from your PC.
Removable Disk display An icon [Removable Disk] will appear in My Computer in [DATA] folder Windows when the player is connected to your PC. This folder stores data files (Excel, Word, etc.) as a Removable Disk. [PLAYLIST] folder This folder stores playlist files. The player can recognise up to 999 files in the PLAYLIST folder.
Starting up the MusicFileMaster MusicFileMaster 5. Library Music file list in your PC is displayed. You can select music files on your hard disk and manage The list is displayed in [Library] mode. [All Songs], them using MusicFileMaster, by reading them into the [Artist/Album], [Album], [Genre] and [Format] can be application.
Transferring data by MusicFileMaster Start up the MusicFileMaster (refer to page 10). Note: Registration of too many pieces of music may make the player action slower. Transferring data to the player The player may not work depending on the environment After selecting [Help] menu >...
Transferring data using the Media Player If you have the Microsoft Windows Media Player installed, 3. Open [Copy Music] or [Rip Music] in tab. you can transfer WMA files to the player and listen to them. Make sure that [Copy protect music] is not checked. See the Windows Media Player on-line help for details on how to do this.
Before operation Using the headphones Selecting the function Connect the headphones to the socket. 1. In the stop mode, press [MODE] (for at least 2 seconds). The first stage menu appears. Turning the power on and off MODE Function POWER 2.
Playback Play music 8. Move [a] right or left to select the music file you want to playback. First, select “Music” function (refer to the previous page). Love 3-23 1. In the stop mode, press [MODE] (for at least 2 seconds). The first stage menu appears.
Note: Selecting the repeat/random playback A few seconds may be required to start playback for Only for files in the MUSIC (or FM) folder: large files or an extremely large number of files. 1. In the stop mode, press [MODE] (for at least 2 seconds). Depending on the MP3/WMA file, the displayed playing The first stage menu appears.
Examples of playback mode selection display (Valid only for music files transferred by MusicFileMaster.) ALL: Selects all the music files. ARTIST: Selects the music files by artist name. ALBUM: Selects the music files by album name. GENRE: Selects the music files by genre name. PLAYLIST: Plays the music files in the playlist.
The recording time differs as shown below. press [a]. Recording begins. (When [MusicFileMaster] and [Manual] folders are deleted) REM 6 24-24 Recording mode Recording time (approx.) DMP-M600 HQ: High-quality 8 hr. 50 min. To stop recording SP: Standard 35 hr. 30 min. Press [a].
Listening to the FM radio Important note: Listening to preset stations When listening to the radio, you must connect the Move [a] right or left to select the preset number. headphones. The headphones serve as an FM aerial. Recording FM radio First, select “FM”...
Erasing Erasing a file Note: Only MP3/WMA files playable on this unit can be erased. First, select the function (Music, FM or Voice) which has Erasing files in other formats is not possible. Nothing is the file to be erased. erased if there are no MP3/WMA files in the playable 1.
Menu setting Common procedures of menu setting 4. To change the setting of the selected menu, move [a] right or left. Then press [a]. 1. In the stop mode, press [MODE] (for at least 2 seconds). When the setting is completed, the second stage menu The first stage menu appears.
Function Voice Setting Selecting the function REC MODE: Selecting the recording mode (refer to page FUNC : Music function CommonSetting : FM function FILE ERASE: Erasing files or folders (refer to page 19) : Voice function BEEP: Setting up the beep sound Music Setting Turning on and off the beep when buttons are pressed or moved.
Troubleshooting guide Symptom Symptom Possible cause Possible cause Corrective action Corrective action The player does not start. The Removable Disk is not displayed when the player is Charging battery has run down. connected to the PC. Charge the built-in battery. The PC and the player are not connected correctly.
Clean the outside of the player with a clean soft cloth, moistened with lukewarm water. Do not use benzene, thinner or alcohol since they will mar the finish of the surfaces. Specifications Internal memory: 512MB (DMP-M600), 1GB (DMP-M700) Frequency response (playback): 20Hz - 20kHz Music playback capability: MP3 [MPEG 1, 2 Layer3], [MPEG 2.5] (16 - 44.1kHz, 16 - 192kbps)