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User’s Manual
N10
Thank you for purchasing the product. Please read the manual carefully before use.I Quick Start I
Turning on/off the Player 2
Listening to music 2
Recording 3
Charging the Player 4
Chapter
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Quick Start
Turning on/off the Player
Quick Start
Playing Music
Turning on the player
Press the PLAY/STOP button to
turn the player on.
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Press and hold
The player will power off after a period of time with no-activity (not playing music, etc.).
Please see Page 46 to adjust this setting.
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Selecting track
: Selects the previous track.
: Selects the next track.
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Controlling volume
+ : Increases volume
– : Decreases volume
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Playing music
Press the PLAY/STOP button to
play music.
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Connecting earphones
Connect the earphones as shown above.
Type AType B
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Turning off the player
Press and hold the PLAY/STOP
button to turn the player off.
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Press the PLAY/STOP button
again to play music.
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Quick Start
Recording Voice
Starting recording
Press the MENU button.
– Recording will be started.
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Finishing recording
Press the MENU button again.
– Recording will be finished.
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Listening to recording file
Press the PLAY/STOP button after
stopping recording to play the recorded file.
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Quick Start
Recording Voice
Navigating menu
Press and hold the MENU button.
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Recording Stand By
Press the PLAY/STOP button.
– The player will be in standby mode with
displaying RECORD READY on LCD.
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Selecting Voice Recording
Press the / button to select [Voice].
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Quick Start Guide
Charging the Player
Charging with USB cable.
Push the “PUSH OPEN” on the back of your player to disconnect its cap as shown below.
Connect the USB port and PC with USB cable to charge battery.
The player will charge automatically when the player is connected to the PC.
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l Player will charge even when powered off.
l Charging time: Approx. 1.5 hours (At full discharge, Stop mode)
Note …I Getting started I
Greetings 6
Copyright and Certifications 6
Trademarks and Disclaims 7
Features 9
Accessories 9
Locating the Controls 10
LCD Display 11
Chapter
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Getting started
Greetings
Getting started
Copyright and Certifications
Thank your for your iriver purchase.
Also, welcome to the world of N10, the market-leading MP3 player.
We are sure that the iriver`s N10 player may sufficiently satisfy you and make your life more
enjoyable. This user`s manual is provided to help you safely use the product. Please read
this manual carefully before using it. Thank you.
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http://www.iriver.co.kr
The iriver`s home page provides the overview of company and products, other related information,
and answers to common questions. Firmware and software updates are also available as well as
the most recent information about your iriver product.
You may get useful information from “User`s Forum” and FAQ. Register your ID and get any
appropriate online customer support. Also, you can get newsletter such as newly announced product,
firmware upgrade, various promotion events via email.
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Copyright
iriver Limited has all the rights of the patent, trademark, literary property and intellectual property related
to this manual. You may not copy or reproduce any part of this manual unless authorized by iriver Limited.
You can be punished by using any part of this manual illegally.
The software, audio and video which have an intellectual property are protected by copyright and
international laws. It is user s responsibilities when he/she reproduce or distribute the contents created
by this product.
The companies, institutions, products, people and events used in examples are not real data. We don`t
have any intension to be related with any companies, institutions, products, people and events through
this manual and should not draw inferences. Users are responsible for observing the copyrights and
intellectual properties.
© 1999~2004 iriver Limited, All rights reserved.
Certifications
CE, FCC, MIC
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Getting started
Trademarks and Limited Liability
Trademarks
Windows, Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP and
Windows Media Player are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
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Limited Liability
Neither the Manufacturer, importers nor dealers is responsible for any accidental damage including
bodily injury or any damage resulting from misuse or unsuitable operation by you.
The information on this manual is prepared with the current product specifications.
The manufacturer, iriver Limited, is adding new features to the product and may persistently
apply new technologies hereafter.
All standards may be changed at any time without notice.
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Note …Getting started
Features
16 Gray Organic EL Display Supporting Multiple Languages
N10 series comes with 16 gray OELD which can support multiple languages (40 languages).
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Necklace with Integrated Earphones I
Direct Charging via USB I
6 Preset EQ : Normal, Rock, Jazz, Classic, U Bass, Metal I
Xtreme EQ and Xtreme 3D
Customize your own EQ with Xtreme EQ and enhance bass and surround sound with Xtreme 3D.
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Voice Recording
Voice record level is automatically controlled by AGC function.
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Firmware Upgrade
Provides the latest updated features via firmware upgrade.
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Supports 100 folders total and up to 260 files at one time I
Simple navigation makes it easy to find any song I
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Main unit I
Getting started
Accessories Accessories subject to change without notice and may vary from image shown.
Earphone Covers I Mini USB Adapter /
USB Cable
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Installation CD I User Manual/Warranty Card/
Quick Start Guide
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Type B
Necklace, cap
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Necklace style earphone
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Hold connection part of necklace and push it
into the direction of arrow.
Hold the end of strap and pull it out to the
direction of arrow to separate the connection
part.
Put the separated end into the neck strap hole
on the player. The connected part will be
released.
Assemble the earphone in the opposite order
after putting the strap in the connection hole of
the player.Getting started
Locating the Controls Actual player may differ slightly from images below.
Front View
Type A Type B
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OEL Screen
USB Connection
Port
OEL Screen
USB Connection
Port
Eject button
Cap
Getting started
Locating the Controls Actual player may differ slightly from images below.
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Rear View I
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Earphone jack
Neck strap
Eject button
Cap
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Getting started
Locating the Controls The images below can be different from the product.
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PLAY / STOP / TURN
ON / TURN OFF
button
Long : MENU button
Short : A-B Repeat
Volume – / Move to
the Down button
Volume + / Move to
the Up button
Next Track/
Move to the Left button
Previous Track/
Move to the Right button
Getting started
LCD Display
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MUSIC mode I
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1 Clock
2 Progress Bar
3 Playback Mode / Status
4 Folder Name
5 Music Title
6 Battery Indicatorr
7 Play Time
8 Volume Level
9 EQ / File Format / Bit Rate /
Sample RateGetting started
LCD Display
IRM (iriver Rights Management)
iriver Rights Management is a digital music format.
Please visit our web site for details about this music format.
File format I
ASF WMA MP3 IRM
Getting started
LCD Display
RECORD mode
[Before Recording]
[After Recording]
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1 Recording Status
2 Recording Icon
3 Status Bar
4 Number of Files
5 Recording Time
6 Remaining Time
7 Recording Status Bar
8 Recording Folder Name
9 Recording File Name
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PC Software Installation 14
Connecting to the PC 17
Installation of “New Hardware” 18
Safely Removing the Player from the PC 19
Operate the Software 20
Learning the Basic Function 22
Toolbar Menu 22
File Managing Tools 23
File Menu 23
View Menu 24
Tools 24
Windows 25
Help 25
Downloading from the PC 26
Basic Operation 27
Navigation 27
MP3 28
Voice Recording 29
Menu Setting 31
Deleting File or Folder 32
Chapter
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Basic Functions
PC Software Installation Install the software before connecting the player to PC.
On inserting software installation CD into CD-ROM drive located in PC,
the following screen will appear.
– IIf the installation program does not automatically run in a few
seconds, click My Computer icon to browse the CD-ROM drive
and run SETUP.EXE manually.
– The software installation CD contains :
Device Driver
Manager Program for PC
Manager Program for Mac
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System Requirements (Windows)
Pentium 133Mhz or higher CD-ROM drive
USB port 10MB of free hard disk space or higher
Windows 98 SE/ME/2000/XP
Basic Operation
PC Software Installation Install the software before connecting the player to PC.
– The software enables you to save MP3 and other format files into your player.
– For Microsoft Windows 2000, login as Administrator to install the software.
– For Microsoft Windows 2000 user, login as Administrator to install the software.15
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Basic Operation
PC Software Installation Install software before connecting the player to PC.
Insert the installation CD into the CD-ROM
drive. Installation starts automatically. 1
Select a language for iriver Music Manager and
Click “Next” after selecting the language to install. 2
Basic Operation
PC Software Installation
Click “Next” to install iriver Music Manager.
3
Select a folder to install iriver Music Manager
and click [OK].
Select the folder to install. Click “Next”
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Basic Operation
PC Software Installation
Basic Operation
PC Software Installation
Click “Next” to continue the installation.
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Click “Install” to proceed.
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Click “Finish” when installation is complete.
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Basic Operation
Connecting to the PC
Push the “PUSH OPEN” on the back of your player to disconnect its cap as shown below.
Connect the USB port and PC with USB cable. 1
Basic Operation
Connecting to the PC
“USB CONNECTED” will appear on the LCD screen of the player.
2
Connect the USB cable to the PC after playback stops to avoid errors.18
Basic Operation
Installation of “New Hardware”
After connecting the player to your PC, “Found New Hardware” screen is displayed.
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Information screen is displayed on the PC.
New hardware is installed successfully and ready to use. 2
l New hardware installation process starts after installing iriver Music Manager program.
Basic Operation
Installation of “New Hardware”19
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Right-click the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the taskbar.
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Basic Operation
Safely Removing the Player from the PC
Basic Operation
Safely Removing the Player from the PC
If abnormally removed from PC, the player may be damaged or cause serious malfunction.
Select the device to remove and click “Stop”.
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Click the”OK” after confirming the
hardware to remove. 3
Click the “Close” after confirming the Safely Remove
Hardware message. (Windows XP) 4
Basic Operation
Safely Removing the Player from the PC
Basic Operation
Operate the Software
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Double click the iriver Music Manager icon. iriver Music Manager version installed is
displayed. 221
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Basic Operation
Operate the Software
Initial iriver Music Manager window.
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The right side of iriver Music Manager will
display the contents of the your player.
If nothing is displayed in the right screen,
please be sure that the player is properly
connected to the USB cable and to the PC.
It may be necessary to disconnect the player
from the cable and reconnect it to activate the
right side of iriver Music Manager.
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Basic Operation – Screen Details
Learning the Basic Function
Basic Operation – Screen Details
Toolbar Menu
1 Wizard
2 Image Viewer
3 Firmware Upgrade
4 File Managing Tools
5 Detail information on
selected music
6 Play the selected music with
Windows OS preferred player
7 Play selected music file.
(Uses system default player).
8 Remaining capacity of the player
9Turner Setting
10 Format Player
11 iriver Home Page Link
File Transfer Wizard
To transfer files from PC to the player.
File Conversion Wizard
To convert recorded REC files to a format
your PC can use.
Audio CD Extracting Wizard
To extract the file with OGG format from Audio CD.
Firmware Upgrade
To upgrade Firmware.
N10 does not support Audio CD Extracting Wizard, Image Viewer, and Tuner Setting functions.
N10 does not support Audio CD Extracting Wizard,
Image Viewer, and Tuner Setting functions.23
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Basic Operation – Screen Details
File Managing Tools
Search
Searches for file(s) or folder(s) within
current window.
Move to Parent Folder
Moves currently selected folder to
parent folder.
Refresh
Refreshes information on file(s) or
folder(s) within current window.
View
To change how to display the selected folder.
New Folder
Makes a new folder.
Properties
Displays detail information on currently
selected file or folder.
Basic Operation – Screen Details
File Menu
New Folder
To make a new folder on the PC or the player.
Delete
To delete the selected folder or files on the PC or the player.
Rename
To rename the selected file or folder on the PC.
Properties
To display detailed information about the folder or file selected.
Exit
To exit the iriver Music Manager.24
Basic Operation – Screen Details
View Menu


Basic Operation – Screen Details
Tools
File Transfer Wizard
To transfer files from PC to the player.
File Conversion Wizard
To convert recorded REC files to a format your PC can use.
Upgrade Firmware
To upgrade firmware.
N10 does not support CD Extraction Wizard, Image Viewer, and Turner Setting functions.25
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Basic Operation – Screen Details
Windows
Align Horizontally
To display the PC and player`s windows horizontally.
Align Vertically
To display the PC and player`s windows vertically.
Basic Operation – Screen Details
Help
About iriver Music Manager
To confirm the version of Manager.
iriver Music Manager Help
Opens iriver Manager Help.
Firmware Information
To see the information about your player.
iriver Homepage
To connect the iriver homepage.26
Basic Operation
Downloading from the PC
Select the folders or files on the PC to transfer to the player.
Drag and drop to move folders or files to the desired location on the player. 1
Basic Operation
Downloading from the PC
Once the music files appear on the right side of iriver Music Manager,
they are on your MP3 player. 2
l Files with over 127 characters in the file name
will not be transferred.
l Files with total path and filename over 512
characters will not be transferred.
l The ROOT folder is limited to 1024 files and
folders total. Subfolders do not have a limit to
the number of files.Press the / switch to select a mode.
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Basic Operation
Basic Operation
Menu
Press and hold the MENU button.
Press and hold I
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Press the MENU button to confirm.
– MP3 function is selected.
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Basic Operation
Navigation Navigation function allows you to search music.
Navigation
Press and hold the MENU button.
Press and hold
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Push the / switch to select [Navi]
and press the MENU button.
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Select folder and file.
Press the <+ / - , / > button to
move to the folder and file.
+ : To move up. – : To move down.
: To move to the upper folder. : To move to the lower folder.
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Basic Operation
Navigation
Playing selected file(s)
To select the track, press the
PLAY/STOP or button.
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Basic Operation
MP3
Press and hold the MENU button.
Press and hold
1
Push the / switch to select [MP3]. 2
Press the MENU or PLAY/STOP button to
play music.
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Press and hold
Basic Operation
MP3
Selecting previous/next song
Press the / button while playing song.
: To select the previous song.
: To select the next song.
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Rewind/Fast-Forward
Press and hold the / button
while playing song.
: Rewinds the playing song.
: Fast-forwards the playing song.
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Adjusting the volume.
Press the + / – button to control volume.
+ : Increases volume
– : Decreases volume
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Basic Operation
Voice Recording
Press and hold the MENU button.
Press and hold
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Push the / switch to select [Voice]. 2
Pres the MENU or PLAY/STOP button to
enter the RECORD mode.
(The recorder will be in standby mode.)
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Basic Operation
Voice Recording
To stop recording
Press the MENU button.
– After stopping a recording, starting again will
create a new voice file.
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Listening to recorded file
Press the button after
stopping recording to play the recorded file.
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Voice Recording
Recording voice
Press the MENU button again to begin
recording.
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To pause voice recording
Press the PLAY/STOP button to pause
recording.
– Time indicator will blink to show that
recording is paused.
Press the PLAY/STOP button
again to resume recording.
– Pausing the recording will not create a new file,
recording will be added to the current recording.
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l The recorded file is saved as VOICE000.REC in the VOICE folder.
l If “00:00:00” is displayed, the player`s memory is full.
To record, delete files and/or folders on the player to make some space available.
(To delete: Refer to page 32, Deleting File or Folder)
l The player cannot record when the memory is full or the battery is low.
l Keep the player far away enough from the source to avoid distortion in the recording.
l Recorded REC files can be converted to MP3 files using iriver Music Manager.
(Refer to page 70)
For more information on Menu Setting, refer to page 40 ~ 42.
Basic Operation
Menu Setting
Press and hold the MENU button.
Press and hold
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Push the / switch to select [Setup]. 2
Pres the MENU or PLAY/STOP button to
enter the SETUP.
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Basic Operation
Deleting File or Folder
Select the folder and file to delete using the
+ / – or / button.
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Select [YES] using the / button
and press the PLAY/STOP button to finish
Delete process.
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Press the MENU button.
– “FILE DELETE ARE YOU SURE ?” or
“FOLDER DELETE ARE YOU SURE ?”
is displayed.
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l You cannot delete a file which is currently playing.
l Only empty folders can be deleted, delete all files in a folder before deleting that folder.
Press and hold
Basic Operation
Deleting File or Folder
Press the PLAY/STOP button to stop
music playback.
– You cannot delete the file or folder which
is currently playing.
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Press and hold the MENU button to
display function control.
Then, highlight [Navi] and press the MENU
button again to display the NAVIGATION
SCREEN.
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Play Mode 34
A-B Repeat 36
EQ 36
Chapter
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Changing Play mode
Press and hold the MENU button to
display function control.
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Press / to select [Setup] then
press the MENU button.
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Convenient Function
Play Mode
Convenient Function
Play Mode
Play Mode is set under [Setup] – [Mode]. Press the / button to
select [Mode] and press
the MENU button.
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Press the + / – button to
select the desired play mode.
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Once the play mode has been
highlighted press the MENU
button to finish setting this mode.
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Convenient Function
Play Mode
REPEAT I
: Plays the tracks saved in memory in order and stop after playing the last track.
: Play a single track repeatedly.
: Play all tracks in the folder and stop.
: Play all tracks in the folder repeatedly.
: Play all tracks in the player repeatedly.
OFF
Convenient Function
Play Mode
SHUFFLE I
: Randomly play all tracks in the folder.
: Randomly play all tracks in the folder and stop.
: Randomly play all tracks in the player and stop.
: Randomly play all tracks in the player repeatedly.36
Convenient Function
A-B Repeat Repeat a selected interval.
Selecting point A
Press the MENU button once to select the
beginning point.
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Selecting point B
Press the MENU button again to select the
ending point.
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Setting EQ function
Press and hold the MENU button to
display function control.
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Press / to select [Setup] then
press the MENU button.
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Convenient Function
EQ
The EQ is set in the [Setup] – [Sound] menu.
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Convenient Function
EQ
Press the / button
to select [Sound] and press the
MENU button to enter the
Sound menu.
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Press / to select
[EQ Select] and press the
Menu button.
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l You can select among ROCK, JAZZ, CLASSIC, U BASS, METAL, XTRMEQ,
XTRM3D, NORMAL.
Convenient Function
EQ
Select
Once the EQ mode has been
highlighted press the MENU
button to finish setting this mode.
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l You can select among ROCK, JAZZ, CLASSIC, U BASS, METAL, XTRMEQ,
XTRM3D, NORMAL. (see page 52 ~ 53).
Press the + / – button to
select the desired EQ mode.
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Configuration 40
Selecting Setup Menu 41
Entering Submenu 41
Function Details 42
Exiting Menu 42
Menu-General 43
Menu-Display 44
Menu-Timer 46
Menu-Function 47
Menu-Mode 50
Menu-Sound 52
Chapter
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Menu
Configuration
GENERAL
RESUME
LANGUAGE
LOAD DEFAULT
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BACKLIGHT
LCD CONTRAST
SCREEN SAVER
SCROLL SPEED
TAG INFORMATION
PLAY TIME INFO
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SLEEP POWER OFF
STOP POWER OFF
SET TIME
SET ALARM
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FAST SKIP
FF/RW SCAN SPEED
VOICE RECORDING
MODE
VOICE AUTO DETECT
PLAYBACK SPEED
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PLAY MODE
INTRO
STUDY
NAME
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EQ SELECT
Xtreme EQ
Xtreme 3D
DBE SETTING
3D EQ SETTING
SOUND BALANCE
EQ LIMIT
BEEP VOLUME
SOUND FADE IN
ISwitching Menu
Press / to cycle
through the six main menus.
Press MENU or PLAY/STOP to
enter any of them main menus.
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Menu
Entering Submenu
Menu
Selecting Setup Menu
Displaying MENU SETTING screen
Press and hold the MENU button, and
Press / to select [Setup] and
press the MENU button.
Press or to select [Setup] and
press the MENU button.
Press and hold I
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Displaying submenu
Select the desired menu and press the
MENU button to view its sub-menu.
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Switching submenu
Press + / – to move up and down the
sub-menu.
+ : Moves to previous submenu
– : Moves to next submenu
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Exiting Menu
Exiting submenu
Once the desired setting is chosen,
press the PLAY/STOP button to exit back to the
previous menu and save the current setting.
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Exiting main menu
Press the PLAY/STOP button again to
exit the current sub-menu.
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Menu
Function Details
Display function details
Select the desired function from the
sub-menu and press MENU button to
display that functions details.
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Changing setting
Press the + / – button to cycle through
all the setting options.
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Menu
Menu-General
RESUME
ON : Playback resumes from the previous location in a song
when the player is stopped or powered off.
OFF : Playback begins from the first track after the player is
stopped or powered off.
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Menu-General
LANGUAGE
Supports 40 languages.
Song title and ID3 tag information is dependent on the version
sof the PC operating system that was used to create it.
– For example, if an MP3 file is created in a English version of Windows,
the language setting should be English for the proper title display.)
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LOAD DEFAULT
Initialize menus to the original factory settings.
Press the
button and select [Load Default] menu.
Press the < > button and select [YES].
Press the button and select [YES] to initialize all
settings.
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MENU-Display
Back-Light
You can adjust the time that the Backlight stays on.
Sec : The backlight stays on from 3 to 30 seconds.
Min : The backlight stays on from 1 to 30 minutes.
Always: The backlight will remain on while player is powered on.
Press the
button to set Sec/Min/Always.
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MENU-Display
LCD CONTRAST
Adjust LCD contrast by setting 0 ~ 40.
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SCREEN SAVER
A graphic will display on the LCD screen of the player after a
set amount of time during music playback.
Activation time can be set from 0 (off) to 180 minutes.
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Menu
MENU-Display
SCROLL SPEED
Adjust scroll speed by 1x/2x/4x/VERTICAL/HORIZONTAL.
– VERTICAL : The scroll goes up and down.
– HORIZONTAL : The scroll goes from left to the right.
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TAG INFORMATION
On : Display track with ID3 tag information.
Off : Display track with file name.
– File name will be displayed by default for songs with no
ID3 information
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Menu
MENU-Display
PLAY TIME INFO
Normal : display elapsed time.
Remaining : display remaining time.
Time display may not be accurate for files encoded in
Variable Bit Rate formats.
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MENU-Timer
SLEEP POWER OFF
Automatically turns the power off after a fixed time. (Time range
can be set from 0 to 180 minutes by one minute increments.)
Use the < / > switch to adjust time.
Set BEEP ON/ OFF by pressing the
button.
BEEP ON : A beep sound will play 1 minute before power off.
BEEP OFF : No beep sound is played.
– Once powered off, the sleep timer will reset to 0.
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MENU-Timer
STOP POWER OFF
The player will power off after a specific time of inactivity
(not playing music, recording, etc.).
1 – 60 minutes in 1 minute increments.
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Set Time
Set the current date and time for the player.
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Menu
MENU-Timer
SET ALARM
The Alarm setting will power on the player at a specific time
and play though the headphones.
Press < / > to select each item then +/- to adjust each.
DAY : Alarm rings at the set time of the set day repeatedly.
ALL : Alarm rings at the set time everyday.
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Menu
MENU-Control
FAST SKIP SKIP
OFF : Skip doesn’t activate.
10 : Skip 10 tracks at time.
DIRECTORY : Skip to previous or next folder.
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MENU-Control
FAST SKIP SCAN SPEED
You can set fast scan speed into 1X / 2X / 4X / 6X,
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Menu
MENU-Control
VOICE RECORDING MODE
You can adjust recording quality when recording voice.
AGC ON : When recording voice, the recording level is
automatically controlled and recordings from long
distances are enhanced.
AGC OFF : AGC(Automatic Gain Control) not activated.
QUALITY : Controls voice recording quality as quality.
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Menu
MENU-Control
VOICE AUTO DETECT
The voice recording mode will automatically pause during
silence. This is useful for recording over a long period of
time to save memory.
OFF : Voice Auto Detection is disabled.
DETECTION LEVEL : Set the relative level of sound needed to
activate the recorder. (Level 1- Level 10).
Record pause time : Set the number of seconds of silence to
(second slider) record before pausing. (1-10 sec)
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Menu
MENU-Control
PLAYBACK SPEED
You can set the playback speed for currently
playing track to “slow” or “fast” from -9 to +9 speed level.
-9 : Very slow
0 : Normal
+9 : Very fast
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MENU-Mode
Menu
MENU-Mode
REPEAT/SHUFFLE
Set the desired REPEAT/SHUFFLE play mode.
Use +/- to select the mode and press MENU button to
save your selection.
(Refer to page 35 for a description of each mode.)
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INTRO
OFF : Disables INTRO.
ON : Plays the beginning 10 seconds of each track.
HIGHLIGHT : Plays 10 seconds from 1 minute into each track in
sequential order.
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STUDY
While playing, short slide of the < / > lever will skip the
current track set time ahead or back.
OFF : Study Mode is disabled.
The range is 1~60 seconds.
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Menu
MENU-Mode
NAME
You can input your name or custom text. The saved text is displayed when playback stops.
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Select Character
irive
Press and hold
1
Select character
3
Move cursor
2
Delete character
4
Change Character Set
5
Save and Exit
6
Press and holdMenu
MENU-Sound
1. Select the frequency.
3. Save the setting and exit.
Menu
MENU-Sound
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2. Adjust the level.
EQ SELECT
Select EQ type.
Use the / or + / – button to select EQ type and
press the “MENU” button to set it.
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Xtreme EQ
You can adjust the sound to your preference.
There are 5 band frequency steps, set from -15dB to +15dB
by 3dB step.
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Menu
MENU-Sound
Xtreme 3D
You can adjust the level of 3D sound (minimum, Natural, and
Maximum). You can extend 3D sound by selecting Bass Boost
or 3D EQ. You can also adjust the level of 3D sound with the
/ (or +,- ) lever.
Select DBE or 3D EQ with the
button.
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DBE SETTING
You can select the Bass Center Band level from Band 1 to 4.
You can also set the Bass Boost gain from 0 dB to 15dB by
3dB step.
DBE (Dynamic Bass Enhancement) enhances Low & Middle
frequencies and only operates when using Xtreme 3D.
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Menu
MENU-Sound
3D EQ SETTING
You can adjust the sound to your preference.
There are 5 band frequency steps, set from -15dB to +15dB by
3dB step.
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SOUND BALANCE
Balance your sound to the right or left or keep it in the center
according to your preference. When Sound Balance bar is
moved to L (Left, 20), the sound outputs at the left earphone.
When the lever is moved to R (Right, 20) the sound outputs at
the right earphone.
The default value is 0 and the sound outputs the same level at
both earphones.
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MENU-Sound
EQ LIMIT
ON : Limit the control of equalizer frequency to prevent
distortion of sound.
OFF : You can enjoy the original sound though distortion of
sound may occur.
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BEEP VOLUME
Set beep volume “ON/OFF” or level.
Set to “0” for OFF.
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Menu
MENU-Sound
SOUND FADE IN
When activated, volume increases gradually at playback mode
to prevent the sudden loudness.
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Managing File/Folder 56
Views 66
Wizard 68
Performance Maintenance 74
Additional Features 76
Using Help 77
iriver Manager for Mac OS 80
Chapter
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Using iriver Music Manager – Managing File/Folder
Making a New Folder on the PC
Click the “New Folder” icon or select
“File-New folder” in the file menu to make
a new folder.
1
A new folder is created.
Type the name in the new folder and press
“Enter”.
2
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Making a New Folder on the Player
Click the “New Folder” icon or select
“File-New folder” in the file menu to make
a new folder.
1
A new folder is created.
Type the name in the new folder and press
“Enter”.
Only 8 levels of subfolders are allowed,
beginning with the Root () folder.
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Deleting Folders or Files from the PC
Select the files or folders to delete.
1
Select File – Delete in the file menu to delete
files. 2
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Deleting Folders or Files from the PC
Click “Yes” on the alert display to delete.
3
Files are deleted.
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Deleting Folders or Files from the Player
Select File – Delete in the file menu to delete
files. 2
Select the files or folders to delete.
1
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Deleting Folders or Files from the Player
Click “OK” on the alert display to delete.
3
Files are deleted.
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Renaming Folder or File on the PC
Select file or folder to rename.
1
After selecting File – Rename, type the new
name and press “Enter”. 2
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Renaming Folder or File on the Player
Select file or folder to rename.
1
After selecting File – Rename, type the new
name and press “Enter”. 2
You cannot change the extension of a file.60
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To view the Properties of a File (PC)
Select a file or folder to view.
1
Select “File” – “Properties” in the file menu
to view the properties of the file. 2
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To view PC Properties
The properties of the selected file are displayed.

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To view the Properties of a File (Player)
Select a file or folder to view.
1
Select “File” – “Properties” in the file menu
to view the properties of the file. 2
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To view the Properties of a File (Player)
The properties of the selected file are displayed.

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Searching for Music Files
Click “Search” icon on the PC window.
1
Select the drive or folder to search.
2
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Searching for Music Files
Click “Search” after typing the searching
condition. 3
The search results are displayed.
Click “Close” button to finish. 4
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Uploading to the PC
Select the folders or files on the player to transfer to the PC.
Click and drag to move folders or files to the desired location on the PC.
Upload is in processing.
1
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Uploading to the PC
Upload is completed.
2
I Music files (MP3, WMA, ASF) cannot be
uploaded from the player to the PC in accordance
with current copyright guidelines.
I You can upload pictures, recorded files,
or any data files to your PC.
I MP3, WMA or ASF files may not be transferred to
your PC from the player.64
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Changing the Position of Folders or Files on the Player
Drag and drop to move a folder or file to the desired location.
1
I You may only move one file or folder at a time.
I You cannot move files or folders to another folder.
I Click [Name] in player window to sort files by name.
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Moving to the Upper Folder (PC and Player)
Click the move to “upper folder” icon in the menu bar of the iriver Music Manager.
1
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Refresh (PC and Player)
Click the “Refresh” icon to display the contents of the PC or the player.
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Using iriver Music Manager – Views
Windows
Select “Align Horizontally” in the Windows menu to display the PC and player s windows
horizontally. 1
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Windows
Select “Align Vertically” in the Windows menu to display the PC and player windows Vertically.
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Windows
To make the PC side of iriver Manager active, click Window – PC
3
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Windows
To make the player side of iriver Manager active, click Window – N10(: model name)
v3.15(Connected)(: firmware version) 468
Using iriver Music Manager – Wizard
File Transfer Wizard The file transfer wizard can help guide you through the process of copying songs to your player.
Click “ Tools-File Transfer Wizard ” on the menu or “ File Transfer Wizard ” icon on the Toolbar
menu files or folders. 1
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File Transfer Wizard
File Transfer Wizard window is displayed on the PC. Click “ Add Folder ” or “ Add File ” after
selecting folder or file to transfer. 269
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File Transfer Wizard
Click “ Next ” after selecting files or folders.
3
Click “ Next ” after selecting the folder to be
transferred to the player or creating a folder
on the player.
4
Selecting the location to save
Creating a new folder
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File Transfer Wizard
File transferring is in processing.
Click “Finish” after completing file transferring. 570
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File Conversion Wizard
Click “ Tools-File Conversion Wizard ”
on the menu or “ File Conversion Wizard ”
icon on the Toolbar menu files to convert
REC files to MP3 format.
1
File Conversion Wizard window is
displayed. Click “ Select File ” to select
the file to convert.
2
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File Conversion Wizard
Click “Open” and “Next” after selecting files.
3
To cancel the file conversion, click “Delete” after
selecting files to cancel. 4
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File Conversion Wizard
Click “ Next ” after confirming the
selected files. 5
Click “ Change ” to change the location to
save after converting. 6
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File Conversion Wizard
Click “ OK ” after selecting the location
to save after converting. 7
Click “ Rename ” after selecting the file
to be renamed. 872
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File Conversion Wizard
Click “ Next ” after typing new file name.
9
Click “ OK ” to confirm it.
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File Conversion Wizard
Click “Next” after selecting whether
deleting or not the original file. 11
File converting is in processing.
Click “Finish” after completing file conversion. 1273
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Firmware Upgrade (Manual)
Visit www.iriver.com to download the latest
firmware for your player. Unzip the downloaded
firmware file and double click the EXE file.
A file called N10.HEX will be created in the same
folder as the EXE file.
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Firmware Upgrade (Manual)
Click “Tools-Firmware Upgrade” or
“Firmware Upgrade” Icon on the Toolbox. 2
Click “Upgrade”.
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Firmware Upgrade (Manual)
Locate and select the “N10.HEX” then click
“Open”. 4
The window below is displayed as the
firmware upgrade is in processing.
Click [OK] after the player turns off.
5
I Do not disconnect the player from the PC or remove the battery from the player during
the firmware upgrade process.
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Format Format will erase all the files and folders in your player`s memory.
Click the “format” icon on the Toolbox
to format. 1
The alert below is displayed. Click “OK” to initialize.
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Format
Formatting is in processing. Formatting is completed. Click “OK”.
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Using iriver Music Manager – Additional Features
Modifing ID3 tags
Click “Modify ID3 tags” icon after selecting a
MP3 file . 1
Click [Save].
Modifing of ID3 tags is completed. 2
Type tag
information.
You can only modify the tag information
of MP3 files and only files that are on
your PC.
Using iriver Music Manager – Additional Features
Playing Music Files on the PC
Click “Musik Play” icon after selecting a file to
play. 1
When you play a file, your default media player
will open and begin playing the selected song. 277
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Using iriver Music Manager – Using Help
iriver Music Manager Help
Click “Help – About iriver Music Manager ”.
1
The version information of iriver Music Manager
is displayed. Click “OK” to exit. 2
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iriver Music Manager Help
Click “Help – iriver Music Manager Help”
in the menu. 1
Help screen about how to use “iriver Music Manager”
program is displayed. Click head heading to read
the details of the iriver Manager functions.
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Printing iriver Music Manager Help
Click “Print” icon to print iriver Music
Manager Help. Click “OK” after selecting the
range to print.
1
Click “Print” after selecting the printer.
Printing is started. 2
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Viewing Firmware Information
Select “Help-Firmware Information”
in the menu. 1
Information about Firmware is displayed.
Click “OK” to exit. 279
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Connecting to iriver Website.
Click the Icon to connect to iriver Website.
1
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Mac Software Installation (Mac OS 9.2)
Copy the “MAC OS – OS 9 – iriver MUSIC
MANAGER FOR MAC OS-9.BIN” file on the
installation CD-ROM in the MAC-OS folder
to your desktop.
1
Double click the “iriver MUSIC MANAGER
FOR OS 9.BIN” file to extract the VISE
installation file for iriver Music Manager.
2
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Mac Software Installation (Mac OS 9.2)
System Requirements (Mac)
Mac OS 9.2.2 or later Mac OS X 10.2 or later CarbonLib 1.6 or later
CarbonLib Update Method
OS X : Apple Menu – System Preferences – System – Software Update
OS 9 : Control Panels – Software Update81
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Mac Software Installation (Mac OS 9.2)
Double click the VISE icon to begin the
installation. 3
Click “Install” after selecting the
folder to install. 4
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Mac Software Installation (Mac OS X )
Double click the “MAC OS – OS X – iriver
Music Manager for OS X.dmg” in the
MAC-OS folder on the installation CD-ROM.”
The “.dmg” file will mount a temporary
“drive” icon called “iriver Music Manager”.
1
Open the iriver Music Manager “drive” and move the
iriver Music Manger icon to your Dock or Desktop.
Installation of iriver Music Manager for OS X is
completed.
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Adding new folder
Click New Folder icon in iriver Music Manager.
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Refreshing Player
Click “Refresh” icon to display the
contents of the player.
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Connecting to a Mac
Connect player to your Mac, and then run iriver Music Manager icon on Desktop.
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Deleting file or folder
After selecting the files or folders to delete,
click “Delete” icon to delete.
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Formatting Playe
Format will erase all files in your player memory.
Click the “Format” icon to format.
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Downloading from the Mac
After selecting the files or folders to download, drag and drop them to the iriver Music Manager screen.
The selected songs will automatically download to the player.
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Drag &
Drop
I Files with a name over 127 English characters (double byte: 63 characters) will not transfer.
I Files over 511 English characters (including path name and file names) will not transfer.
I The ROOT folder is limited to 1024 files and folders total.
Subfolders do not have a limit to the number of files.84
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Uploading to the Mac
After selecting the files or folders to upload,
drag and drop them to the folder to upload on the Mac.
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Drag &
Drop
l Music Files (MP3, WMA, ASF) can not be uploaded from the player to the
Mac in accordance with current copyright guidelines.
l REC files will be automatically converted to WAV format when uploaded to your computer.
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Firmware Upgrade
Download the latest Firmware from our website.
Click “File – Firmware Update” on the menu. 1
Click “Open” after selecting file to update.
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Firmware Upgrade
While update is completed, the player is automatically turned off.
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Precautions 88
Troubleshooting 91
Specifications 92
Chapter
7Additional Information – Safety and Warning
Precautions Be sure to read for your safety.
Additional Information – Safety and Warning
Precautions Be sure to read for your safety.
Do not place objects inside
the device.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Keep away from harsh
environments including humid,
dusty, and smoky areas.
Do not place heavy objects
on the device.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use. Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Avoid contact with water and
other liquids and dry
immediately with a soft cloth
should contact occur.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Do not use chemicals and
detergents since they deteriorate
and peel off product`s skin.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Do not use water or chemicals
to clean the player.
Clean the surface with a soft
cloth.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
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Additional Information – Safety and Warning
Precautions Be sure to read for your safety.
Additional Information – Safety and Warning
Precautions Be sure to read for your safety.
Do not use excessive force
on the buttons or attempt to
disassemble the device.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Do not drop or subject the
device to impact.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Keep out of direct sunlight and
extreme heat and cold.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Keep the player away from
strong magnets.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
Do not disassemble or
modify.
Damage to your player may
result from improper use.
89Included earphones include
soft covers for your comfort.
They may be used with or with
out covers at your preference.
Keep headphones /
earphones cords under control
at all times.
Additional Information – Safety and Warning
Precautions Be sure to read for your safety.
Reduce volume while walking,
especially at pedestrian
crosswalk.
Do not use headphone /
earphones at high volume.
Hearing experts advise against
listening to continuous, loud
and extended play.
Reduce volume or stop using
the player if you experience
ringing in your ears.
Hearing experts advise against
listening to continuous, loud
and extended play.
Do not use at high volume for
continuous listening.
Hearing experts advise against
listening to continuous, loud
and extended play.
It may cause your injured.
Additional Information – Safety and Warning
Precautions Be sure to read for your safety.
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Cords may get caught on a
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Trouble Solution
No Power. Check if battery is charged.
No sound or distortion
during playback.
Check if volume is set to “0”.
Check whether the plug is dirty. Clean the plug with a dry and soft
cloth.
Corrupted music files may make a static noise and the sound may cut
off. Listen to your files on the PC to see if they are corrupted.
Abnormal characters
in Screen.
Go to [Menu Setting] – [General Setting] – [Language] and check
if language is correctly selected. (refer to page 43)
Trouble Solution
Failed download of
MP3 file
Check if battery is charged.
Check if USB cable between PC and your player is correctly connected.
Player will not
charge.
Battery may be fully changed. A fully charged battery will not
accept additional charging.
Check if USB cable is correctly connected.
Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Additional Information
TroubleshootingAdditional Information
Specifications
Category Item Specifications
20 Hz ~ 20 KHz
(L)18 mW + (R)18 mW (16Ohm) max. Volume
90 dB(MP3)
MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3, WMA, ASF
8 Kbps ~ 320 Kbps
ID3 VI, ID3 V2 2.0, ID3 V2 3.0, ID 3 V2 4.0
16 Gray Organic EL Display
40 Languages
Approx. 11 hours (128 kbps, MP3, Volume 20, EQ Normal, LCD off)
Approx. 7 hours (192 kbps, MP3, Volume 20, EQ Xtreme 3D, After 30 min LCD off)
27.2(W) x 49.8(D) x 13.3(H) mm (Body)
27.2(W) x 62.5(D) x 13.3(H) mm (type A – cap inclusion)
22g (Body with Battery)
28.5g (Body with Battery, type B – cap inclusion )
Lithium Polymer battery
-5 °C ~ 40 °C
Audio
File Type
Tag Info
Display
Language
Voice Recording
Max. Playtime
Playtime (Normal Use)
Dimensions
Weight
Battery
Operational Temperature
Frequency Range
Headphone Output
S/N Ratio
File Type
Bit Rate
Approx. 9:00 hrs
(32kbps, 128 MB)
Approx. 18:00 hrs
(32kbps, 256 MB)
Approx. 36:00 hrs
(32kbps, 512 MB)
Note …
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