Iriver – S11 – User Manual

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User GuideCONTENTS
Components 4
Locating the Controls 5
Installing iriver plus 3 6



Chapter 1
Getting Started
Music 19 
Chapter 3
Using the Mplayer
Charging the Battery 9
Turning on / off the Player 10
Playing Music Files 11
Connecting Products 12




Chapter 2
Basic Operations
Using iriver plus 3 25
Copyrights / Certification / Trademarks / Limited Liability 29
Safety Instructions 30
Troubleshooting 32




Chapter 4
Other InformationCONTENTS
Chapter 1
Getting Started
Components 4
Locating the Controls 5
Installing iriver plus 3 64
Chapter1 Getting Started
Components Components are subject to change without notice and may vary from images shown.
Mplayer Earphones
Quick Start Guide & Warranty Card Installation CD USB Cable5
Chapter1 Getting Started
Locating the Controls
Necklace Connection Loop
Earphones Jack
LED
USB Jack
POWER Button
RESET Button6
Chapter1 Getting Started
1. Insert the installation CD to your PC to display the installation process screen.
2. Click [Install] and complete the installation process following the on-screen instructions.
Note
Minimum requirements for using iriver plus 3
Intel® Pentium®ll 233MHz or higher processor speed Windows 2000/XP 64MB or above memory
30MB or above hard disk space 16bit enabled speaker and sound card
Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or later SVGA or high resolution monitor (1024×768 resolution or higher)
For more information on using iriver plus 3, refer to page 23~26.
Installing iriver plus 3
iriver plus 3 is an integrated software that efficiently manages music files.
iriver plus 3 gives you freedom to transfer music files from PC to the player .CONTENTS
Chapter 2
Basic Operations
Charging the Battery 9
Turning on / off the Player 10
Playing Music Files 11
Connecting Product s
Connecting earphones to the Mplayer 1 2
Connecting earphones while playing music 1 2
Connecting necklace 13
Disconnecting extension earphones from main line 1 3
Connecting the Mplayer to your PC 14
Copying file/folder (Using as a removable disk) 1 5
Disconnecting the Mplayer from your PC 1 69
1. Press the [ ] button on the product to turn it on.
Note
It is recommended to use provided USB cable only. Otherwise, the device may malfunction.
Check if the Mplayer is connected to a high-power USB 2.0 port. Some low-power USB ports built in some peripheral devices such as certain keyboards and USD hub without integrated power may not provide enough power to charge.
If the computer is in sleep mode, the Mplayer may not be charged in some computers.
The battery will be 80-percent charged in about 1.5 hour (with red LED), and fully charged within about 2.5 hours (with green LED).
You cannot play music while charging the product.
Chapter2 Basic Operations
Charging the Battery
2. Turn on your PC and connect the Mplayer to it using the USB cable.10
Chapter2 Basic Operations
1. Press the [ ] button to turn on the product. You will hear a beep with green LED.
2. Press the [ ] button again to turn off the product. You will hear a beep with red LED.
Note
If the Mplayer does not respond when pressing the [ ] button, check to see if the battery is properly charged.
If remaining battery power is not sufficient, the power will be automatically turned of f after 3 beeps.
Turning on / off the Player11
1. Press the [ ] button to play music file. You will hear a beep with green LED.
Chapter2 Basic Operations
Playing Music Files
Note
Music playback will be resumed when you turn the product off and on again while listening to music.
It only supports FAT16 format. (FAT32 format is not available.)12
Chapter2 Basic Operations
1. Connect the earphones to the jack of the product.
Note
To use the ‘automatic playback resuming’ function, you need to reconnect the earphones within 20 minutes after disconnection. After 20 minutes, the product will be automatically turned off.
Connecting Products
Connecting earphones to the Mplayer 1. If you disconnect the earphones while listening to music, music playback will be stopped and key input will be disabled. However, the [ ] button will be still enabled.
2. Reconnect the earphones to resume music playback.
Connecting earphones while playing music 13
1. Twist the detachable part of necklace to separate it into two pieces.
Chapter2 Basic Operations
Connecting Products
Connecting necklace 1. Twist the detachable part of earphones to separate it into two pieces.
Disconnecting extension earphones from main line 2. Hold the separated part of necklace and push it into the direction of arrow.14
Chapter2 Basic Operations
1. Press the [ ] button on the product to turn it on.
Connecting Products
Connecting the Mplayer to your PC 2. Turn on your PC and connect the Mplayer to it using the USB cable.15
Copying file/folder to the product
1. Select the file / folder in your PC and drag & drop it to the drive which appears as a product.
Chapter2 Basic Operations
Connecting Products
Copying file / folder (Using as a removable disk)
Deleting file/folder from the product
1. After selecting the file / folder, click it with the right mouse button and select [Delete].
2. Click [Yes] in the [Confirm File Delete / Confirm Folder Delete] popup window to delete the file / folder.
Note
Always properly connect the USB cable.
While transferring data using the USB cable, the red LED will be flashed. Do not turn off the product or disconnect the USB cable to protect your data from damage.16
Chapter2 Basic Operations
1. Click the icon on the taskbar to disconnect the
product using the “Safely Remove Hardware” menu.
Connecting Products
Disconnecting the Mplayer from your PC 2. Click the [Stop] button to confirm disconnection.
Note
The icon on the taskbar might be hidden in some operating systems such and Windows XP. Click “Show hidden icons” to display the hidden icon.
The “Safely Remove Hardware” may not be available while using some applications such as Windows Explorer or Windows Media Player. Close all applications first before performing the “Safely Remove Hardware”.
If the “Safely Remove Hardware” is not performed properly, try it again after a few minutes.CONTENTS
Chapter 3
Using the Mplayer
Music 19
Playing Music Files 19
Listening to Music 2 0
Selecting additional functions 2 119
1. Press the [ ] button to play music file. You will hear a beep with green LED.
Music
Playing Music Files
Chapter3 Using the Mplayer
Note
If there is a music file to play when you press the [ ] button, the previous track will be played. If not, you will hear beeps with 2-second interval.
If there is any error while playing music, the next track will be played after 2 beeps.20
Chapter3 Using the Mplayer
1. To control the volume while playing, turn the [ / ] button to left or right.
Music
Listening to Music 2. To play previous / next music while playing, turn the [ / ] button to left or right.
[Volume +] [Volume -] [Previous track] [Next track]
3. To use fast reverse / fast forward function, turn and hold the [ / ] button to left or right.21
Music
Selecting additional functions (Shuffle On / Off)
Chapter3 Using the Mplayer
1. Turn the [ / ] buttons shortly to left / right together to activate the function. You will hear a beep.
[Volume +] [Next track]
1. Turn the [ / ] buttons shortly to left / right together to activate the function. You will hear a beep.
[Volume -] [Previous track]22
Chapter3 Using the Mplayer
1. While playing music, turn the [ ] button shortly to left, then turn and hold it again to the same direction within 2 seconds to play the first track in the previous directory. You will hear a beep.
Music
Selecting additional functions (Moving to next / previous directory) [Previous track]
2. While playing music, turn the [ ] button shortly to right, then turn and hold it again to the same direction within 2 seconds to play the first track in the next directory. You will hear a beep.
[Next track]CONTENTS
Chapter 4
Other Information
Using iriver plus 3
Adding Media to Library 25
Ripping Songs from a CD 25
Transferring Media to the Mplaye r
Using iriver plus 3 26
Using Windows Explorer 26
Changing Contents Playback Order in the Mplayer 2 7
Initializing Disk 28
Upgrading Firmware 28


Copyrights / Certification / Trademarks / Limited Liability 29
Safety Instruction s
Product Safety 30
Others 31
Troubleshooting 32
Please check out! 3225
Using iriver plus 3
Chapter4 Other Information
Adding Media to Library 1. When you run iriver plus 3 for the first time, the Add Media Wizard will start.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions on the computer to add music files to the library.
Ripping Songs from a CD 1. Insert an audio CD into the CD drive and run iriver plus 3.
2. Click [CD Ripping] in bottom left of iriver plus 3. Choose tracks on the CD that you want to be ripped and click [Start Ripping].
3. After ripping song, select the [All Music] to check whether the ripped song is added to the library.26
Chapter4 Other Information
Using iriver plus 3
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable and run iriver plus 3.
2. Select the checkbox beside the file to transfer and click [ ].
3. The selected file starts to transfer and the progress status is displayed in the Status window on bottom left.
4. Now you can find the selected music in the folder.
Using iriver plus 3
Transferring Media to the Mplayer Using Windows Explorer
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable.
2. After selecting the file/folder in your PC, drag & drop it to the drive which appears as the product.27
Using iriver plus 3
Chapter4 Other Information
Changing Contents Playback Order in the Mplayer 1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable and run iriver plus 3.
2. Select the checkbox beside the file to transfer and click [ ].
3. Click the folder with right mouse button to change playback order.
4. Move the file using the Up / Down arrows and click [OK].
Note
The Mplayer supports various media formats as shown below.
The Mplayer recognizes a total of 400 folders (8 depths), and a total of 900 music files.
Type
Music
Extension Format
MP3, WMA, ASF 8 ~ 320kbps28
Chapter4 Other Information
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable and run iriver plus 3.
2. Select [Tools > Portable Device > Initialize Disk] and click [Start] when the message to confirm initialization appears.
3. The initialization process is completed and the product is disconnected from your PC.
Note
Do not disconnect the product from PC while downloading firmware upgrade file. After the download is completed, disconnect the cable to activate the firmware upgrade.
During firmware upgrade, the amber LED light will be turned on.
Do not operate the product in this process. It may case a malfunction.
If your are using the latest firmware version, the message to confirm latest version appears.
When connect the product to your PC, if there is latest firmware, the instruction message appears automatically.
Using iriver plus 3
Initializing Disk 1. After connecting the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable, run iriver plus 3. The PC should be connected to internet.
2. Select [Tools > Portable Device > Firmware Upgrade] and complete the upgrade process following the on-screen instructions.
Upgrading Firmware Note
You need to backup the necessary files before initialization as formatted files cannot be recovered.29
Copyrights / Certification / Trademarks / Limited Liability
Chapter4 Other Information
Copyrights 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
reproduces or distributes the contents created by this
product.
The companies, institutions, products, people and
events used in examples are for demonstration
purposes only. This manual does not imply, conclude, or
describe associations between the manufacturer and
any other companies, institutions, products, people, or
events.
Users are responsible for observing the copyrights and
intellectual properties.
© 1999~2007 iriver Limited. All rights reserved.
Certification
MIC
Class B Digital Device (Residential Communication Device). This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Trademarks Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Media Player are the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
Limited Liability Neither the manufacturer, importers nor dealers are responsible for any accidental damages including bodily injury or any damage resulting from misuse or unsuitable operation by you. The information on this manual is prepared with the current player 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.30
Chapter4 Other Information
Do not place objects inside the device other than CD’s.
It may cause malfunction.
Do not place heavy objects on the product.
It may cause damage and malfunction.
Do not dampen your player with rain (water), beverage, chemicals, cosmetics and so on.
It may cause damage and malfunction.
Keep away from harsh environments including
humid, dusty, and smoky areas.
It may cause malfunction.
Keep out of direct sunlight and extreme heat
and cold.
It may cause malfunction.
Safety Instructions
Product Safety Do not keep the product close to magnetic substance
such as magnet, TV, monitor and speaker.
It may cause malfunction.
Never dismantle, repair, or rebuild your player
without permission.
It may cause damage and malfunction.
Do not clean with chemical or detergent.
It may cause malfunction.
Do not drop or subject the device to impact.
It may cause damage and malfunction.
Do not disconnect the USB cable while transferring data.
It may cause malfunction.31
Do not use headphones / earphones while cycling, driving,
or operating any motorized vehicle.
It is dangerous and is illegal in some areas.
Reduce volume or stop using the player if you experience
a ringing in your ears.
It may cause injury.
Reduce volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crosswalks.
It may cause injury.
Do not listen to music via headphone/earphone with high
volume for a long time.
It may cause injury.
Do not use headphone / earphones at high volume.
It may cause damage or your injury.
Keep headphone-/earphone cords under control to avoid
getting caught on nearby objects.
It may cause damage or your injury.
Safety Instructions
Others Do not sleep with headphones / earphones in the ears.
Do not use headphones / earphones for excessive
periods of time.
It may cause damage or your injury.
Try to connect the product to the rear USB port in your PC.
In some individually assembled PCs, improper USB port may cause malfunction.
Chapter4 Other Information32
Chapter4 Other Information
The player will not power on!
– Check whether the battery is discharged.
No sound during playback!
– Check whether the volume is set to “0”.
– Check whether the plug or connection jack of earphones is dirty.
– Check whether the music file is corrupted.
File download is not available.
– Some older computer models may not support
USB connection.
– Check whether the USB cable is firmly connected.
The memory space is changed after formatting.
– The memory space can be changed depending on the operating system.
Troubleshooting
Please check out!

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