Olympus MP3 Player DM 1 User Manual

VOICE&MUSIC  
DM-1  
INSTRUCTIONS  
Thank you for purchasing the Olympus  
Digital Voice Recorder DM-1.  
Please read these instructions for information about using  
the product correctly and safely.  
Keep the instructions handy for future reference.  
To ensure successful recordings, we recommend that  
you test the record function and volume before use.  
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Batteries  
AC Adapter  
Warning  
Warning  
• Batteries should never be exposed to  
flame, heated, short-circuited or  
disassembled.  
• Do not attempt to recharge alkaline,  
lithium or any other non-rechargeable  
batteries.  
• Never use any battery with a torn or  
cracked outer cover.  
• Keep batteries out of the reach of  
children.  
• Do not attempt to disassemble, repair or  
modify the AC adapter in any way.  
• Keep foreign objects including water,  
metal, or flammable substances from  
getting inside the product.  
• Do not moisten the AC adapter or touch  
it with a wet hand.  
• Do not use the AC adapter in the vicinity  
of flammable gas (including gasoline,  
benzine and lacquer thinner).  
• If you notice anything unusual when  
using this product such as abnormal  
noise, heat, smoke, or a burning odor:  
1remove the batteries immediately while  
being careful not to burn yourself, and;  
2call your dealer or local Olympus  
representative for servicing.  
In case  
• ... the internal parts of the AC adapter are  
exposed because it has been dropped or  
otherwise damaged:  
• ... the AC adapter is dropped in water, or  
if water, metal flammable substances or  
other foreign objects get inside it:  
• ... you notice anything unusual when  
using the AC adapter such as abnormal  
noise, heat, smoke, or a burning odor:  
1do not touch any of the exposed parts;  
2immediately disconnect the power supply  
plug from the power outlet, and;  
3call your dealer or local Olympus  
representative for servicing. Continued  
use of the AC adapter under these  
circumstances could result in electric  
shock, fire or injury.  
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Main Features  
G The DM-1 provides digital voice recording function and also functions as a digital music player  
function (P.11).  
G The DM-1 includes the Olympus Voice & Music DM-1 Utility Software, in which the DSS Player  
software and MusicMatch Jukebox are bundled together.  
G Connect the included USB cable to your computer for faster transmission speed.  
G
Use the DM-1 as a SmartMedia Reader/Writer for fast exchange of other types of data.  
G The large LCD screen with backlight can be easily read in daylight or in the dark.  
G Recorded files may be moved from one  
folder to another.  
G Has a built-in Variable Control Voice  
Actuator (VCVA) function (P.24-25).  
Main features of the Digital Voice Recorder  
G The DM-1 supports two recording modes.  
You can select SP (Standard Playback) mode or  
LP(Long Playback) mode (P.26). The included  
64MB SmartMedia card can store approximately  
10 hours and 20 minutes* of audio data recorded  
in SP mode, or approximately 22 hours and 10  
minutes* of continuous LP mode recording. If you  
buy a 128MB SmartMedia card, you can store  
up to approximately 44 hours and 40 minutes*  
G
You can insert or delete index marks (P.27).  
• If you insert index marks during recording or  
playback, you will later be able to quickly find  
the recording you want to hear.  
Main features of the Digital Music Player  
of continuous recording on it.  
G Can play back music files in MP3 or WMA  
format.  
* This is the recording time possible for  
continuous recording of one file. File names and  
file-location information take up some storage  
space, so the actual total recording time that  
can be stored will slightly decrease as the  
number of files increases, becoming noticeable  
if a large number of short recordings are made.  
(Use the indicated remaining time and recorded  
time only as references.)  
You can play back music files in MP3 or WMA  
format that you downloaded through the Internet  
or from audio CDs using the included MusicMatch  
Jukebox.  
• With one 64MB SmartMedia card, you can store  
approximately 50 minutes to 2 hours of music  
data. (The total storage time will vary depending  
on the bit rate of each music file.)  
G Can record and play audio files in DSS  
G Uses a multidecoder system (P.60).  
(Digital Speech Standard) format.  
• An audio signal converted to digital with high-quality  
data compression can be stored in DSS format.  
G The three folders can hold 199 files each,  
for a maximum of 597 recordings (P.21).  
G You may assign folder names.  
• A folder name may consist of up to eight  
characters.  
G Has built-in WOW (P.50-51).  
• WOW,  
a
product of sound-compositing  
technology developed by SRS Labs, Inc., is  
installed. WOW produces surround sound with  
rich bass and sharp, clear sound contours.  
G You can change the playback equalizer  
settings (P.48).  
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Table of Contents  
Getting Started  
Operating Environment ............................. 6  
SmartMedia ............................................... 7  
Identification of Parts ................................ 8  
Inserting Batteries ................................... 10  
Using the AC Adapter .............................. 11  
Switching Between the Voice Recorder  
and Music Player .............................. 11  
Inserting and Ejecting SmartMedia cards ... 12  
Setting Time/Date ................................... 14  
Installing Software................................... 16  
When Using the DM-1 a s a Voice Record er  
Recording ................................................ 21  
Microphone Sensitivity ............................ 23  
Using the Variable Control  
Voice Actuator (VCVA) ...................... 24  
Recording Modes .................................... 26  
Index Marks ............................................ 27  
Playing .................................................... 28  
Erasing .................................................... 30  
Locking Files ........................................... 32  
Menu List (VOICE MODE) ...................... 33  
Managing Files on Your PC  
Using DSS Player ................................... 34  
Connecting to Your PC ............................ 36  
Running DSS Player ............................... 38  
Import Voice Files to Your PC ................. 40  
Usin g th e DM-1 a s a Mu sic Pla y e r  
Using the DM-1 as a Music Player .......... 42  
Using MusicMatch Jukebox .................... 42  
Transferring Music Files to the DM-1 ...... 44  
Music Playback ....................................... 46  
Locking Music Files................................. 49  
Increasing the WOW effect ..................... 50  
Menu List (MUSIC MODE)...................... 52  
Features Common to the Voice Recorder and Music Player  
Alarm Playback Function ........................ 53  
Formatting SmartMedia .......................... 55  
Backlight ................................................. 56  
Hold......................................................... 57  
Reset....................................................... 57  
Other Information  
Alarm Message List ................................ 58  
Troubleshooting ...................................... 59  
Multidecoder System .............................. 60  
Accessories (optional)............................. 61  
Specifications .......................................... 62  
Technical Assistance and Support .......... 63  
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Operating Environment  
PC Requirements  
PC: IBM PC/AT compatible PC  
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98/ 98SE/ Me /2000 Professional  
Hardware Requirements:  
Minimum:  
CPU: Intel Pentium class 200MHz processor or better  
RAM: 32MB or more  
Hard drive space: 70MB or more (plus space for sound data files)  
Drive: 4x CD-ROM drive  
Sound card : Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 or 100% compatible sound card  
Audio I/O terminals: earphone output or speaker  
Display: SVGA or higher color video display card (minimum resolution 800x600)  
USB port: One free port  
Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 or later  
Internet connection  
Recommended:  
CPU: Intel Pentium II class 300MHz MMX or better  
RAM: 64 MB or more  
Hard drive space: 70 MB or more  
Drive: 12x CD-ROM drive  
Sound card : Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 or 100% compatible sound card  
Audio I/O terminals: earphone output or speakers  
CD-Writer (for creating audio CDs)  
Display: 16-bit color video card  
USB port: One free port  
High-speed Internet connection and Web browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later)  
Windows Media player 7 or later  
Notes  
• USB ports are not available on PCs running Windows 95 or that have been upgraded from Windows 95 to any  
other OS. An optional PC Card adapter or floppy disk adapter is needed to download audio files to such PCs.  
• Certain functions, such as remote and direct recording, do not work on PCs that don't have USB ports.  
• While installing MusicMatch Jukebox, avoid running other applications which are writing to the hard drive  
simultaneously with installation. Certain configurations, which cause the operating system to become unstable,  
such as low memory or multiple open windows, will also affect recording quality.  
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SmartMedia  
What is SmartMedia?  
Memory Sizes of SmartMedia Cards  
and Approximate Recording Times  
SmartMedia is a type of removable IC memory  
card. With more memory than a floppy disk,  
SmartMedia cards facilitate data exchange  
with personal computers, and can be used to  
store data.  
When using as a voice recorder *  
Memory Size  
4MB  
SP Mode  
30 min.  
LP Mode  
1 hr. 10 min.  
2 hr. 35 min.  
5 hr. 20 min.  
8MB  
1 hr. 10 min.  
2 hr. 30 min.  
SmartMedia that can be used with  
the DM-1  
16MB  
If the included 64MB SmartMedia card is not  
enough, please purchase another SmartMedia  
card.  
The following types of SmartMedia cards can  
be used with the DM-1.  
Voltage: 3.3 V or 3V  
Memory Size: 4MB*, 8MB*, 16MB, 32MB,  
64MB, 128MB  
32MB  
5 hr. 05 min. 11 hr. 00 min.  
10 hr. 20 min. 22 hr. 10 min.  
20 hr. 50 min. 44 hr. 40 min.  
64MB  
128MB  
* Recording time is calculated using a single speech  
file recorded continuously. If speech files are  
recorded intermittently, recording time may be  
shorter than indicated.  
When using the DM-1 as a digital music player,  
for copyright protection, a SmartMedia card  
without an ID function cannot be used.  
* Many of the 4MB and 8MB SmartMedia cards  
available in stores do not have the ID function.  
When using as a music player **  
Memory Size  
16MB  
Possible recording time  
12 to 30 minutes  
Notes  
32MB  
25 to 60 minutes  
• Commercial 5 V SmartMedia cards cannot be used.  
• When using the DM-1 as a digital voice recorder, a  
SmartMedia card without an ID function can be  
used, since this does not involve copyrighted  
recordings.  
64MB  
50 minutes to 2 hours  
128MB  
1 hour and 40 minutes to 4 hours  
(when the bit rate is between 160 kbps and 64 kbps)  
Never use SmartMedia cards with products that  
are not compliant with the SSFDC Forum*  
(including certain models of MP3 players).  
* The SSFDC Forum is a voluntary organization  
committed to promoting SmartMedia as a de facto  
standard in the industry. The DM-1 adheres to a  
format recommended by the SSFDC Forum.  
**The possible recording time varies depending on  
the bit rate of the music files. For example, a file  
with a higher bit rate produces better sound quality;  
however, the total possible recording time with such  
files will be shorter.  
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SmartMedia  
Identification of Parts  
Write-protect SmartMedia  
$ % ^ &  
1
A write-protect seal (supplied with SmartMedia  
card) can be attached to a SmartMedia card  
to guard against accidental recording, erasing,  
and formatting.  
#
2
3
4
@
!
Write-protect  
area  
5
6
7
0
9
8
Attach the write-protect seal to the write-protect  
area to prevent valuable data from being  
erased accidentally.  
Remove the write-protect seal before  
recording or erasing.  
1 Built-in microphone*  
2 FOLDER button*, REPEAT button**  
3 PLAY button  
Notes  
4 FF (Fast Forward) /+ button  
5 REW (Rewind) /button  
6 INDEX button*/EQ (Equalizer) button**  
7 ERASE button  
8 Built-in speaker  
9 MENU button  
• Attach the write-protect seal to the write-protect  
area carefully, without letting the seal stick out, lift,  
or peel.  
• Do not use commercial seals.  
• Write-protect seals cannot be reused.  
• A dirty write-protect seal may disable the write-  
protect feature. Wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.  
• A SmartMedia card with a write-protect seal  
attached to it may not be write-protected when  
using the card with other products.  
0 STOP button  
! REC (Record) button*  
@ Display (LCD panel)  
# Record/Play indicator lamp  
* applicable for Voice recorder  
** applicable for Music player  
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Display (LCD Panel)  
1
6
2
7
8
(
*
3
4
e
9
0
)
-
5
=
q
!
w
$ VOLUME control  
% Microphone jack*  
^ SmartMedia slot  
& Earphone jack  
1 Alarm indicator  
2 Battery indicator  
3 WOW indicator**  
4 Folder*  
* SmartMedia ejection switch  
( POWER/LOCK switch  
) MODE switch  
- MICSENS (Microphone sensitivity)  
switch*  
5 Recording Date/Time indicator*  
6 Record mode indicator*  
7 VCVA(Variable Control Voice  
Actuator) indicator*  
8 Repeat, Random play indicator**  
9 Current file  
= HOLD switch  
q Power jack  
w PC (USB) terminal  
e Battery cover  
0 Erase lock indicator  
! Data, Alarm indicator  
* applicable for Voice recorder  
** applicable for Music player  
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Inserting Batteries  
Set the PO W ER/ LO CK switch to O FF.  
1
1
POWER  
/LOCK  
OFF  
ON  
Lightly press down on the arrow and slide the  
battery cover open.  
2
Insert two AAA alkaline batteries, observing  
the correct polarity.  
2
3
4
Close the battery cover completely.  
3
Replacing batteries  
The battery indicator on the display changes as the batteries  
lose power.  
BATTERY  
LOW”  
When  
soon as possible.  
When the batteries are too weak, the recorder shuts down  
and BATTERY LOWappears on the display. AAA alkaline  
batteries are recommended.  
appears on the display, replace the batteries as  
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Notes  
Be sure to set the POWER/LOCK switch to OFF position when replacing batteries. Unloading the  
batteries while the recorder is recording, erasing or otherwise accessing an audio or a music file may  
corrupt the file.  
Be sure to replace both batteries at the same time.  
Never mix old and new batteries, or batteries of different types and/or brands.  
If it takes longer than 3 minutes to replace dead batteries, the internal rechargeable backup battery will  
be exhausted, so you may have to reset the time when you load fresh batteries (P.14-15).  
Remove the batteries if you are not going to use the recorder for an extended period of time.  
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Using the AC Adapter Switching Between  
the Voice Recorder  
Plug the optionalAC adapter (Olympus Model  
A321 orA322) into household power outlet and  
connect the power plug to the recorders power  
connector (DC 3 V) as shown in the illustration.  
Always stop recording before connection.  
Otherwise it may not be possible to play back  
the voice data being recorded.  
and Music Player  
The DM-1 has a voice recorder and a music  
player.  
REC  
Q
/E  
X
E
D
IN  
P
O
T
S
C
E
R
ERASE  
MENU  
Q
/E  
X
E
D
IN  
STOP  
Using the MO DE switch, choose between  
the VO ICE or MUSIC positions.  
Always stop recording before connection  
or disconnection.  
When the AC adapter is not in use,  
disconnect the power supply plug from  
the power outlet.  
VOICE : For recording or playing back voice  
recordings.  
MUSIC: For listening to music files.  
Use only the correct power supply voltage  
as indicated on the adapter.  
Mea ning of icons in this m a nua l  
Do not use the AC adapter when  
connecting the recorder to the USB port.  
Set the MODE switch to VOICE before  
operating the DM-1.  
Set the MODE switch to MUSIC before  
operating the DM-1.  
Convenient features that can be used  
with both the Voice Recorder and  
Music Player.  
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Inserting and Ejecting SmartMedia cards  
Inserting SmartMedia cards  
Insert the SmartMedia card into the slot as shown below.  
Insert the SmartMedia in the correct direction.  
Push the SmartMedia card fully into position.  
1
2
contact  
area  
Set the PO W ER/ LO CK switch to O N .  
The display appears.  
1
SmartMedia inserted fully  
into the slot  
When you set the POWER/LOCK  
switch to the ON position, PLEASE  
WAITflashes on the display for  
REC  
several seconds.  
STOP  
IN  
D
E
X
/E  
Q
MENU  
E
R
A
S
E
SmartMedia not inserted  
fully into the slot  
Bottom side  
of SmartMedia  
projecting from  
the slot  
When you set the POWER/LOCK  
switch to the ON position, INSERT  
CARDflashesonthedisplayforseveral  
seconds. Pressing any button with no  
SmartMedia card inserted causes  
INSERT CARDto appear again.  
Push the SmartMedia card fully into  
position.  
2
POW  
/LOCK  
ER  
OFF  
ON  
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Notes  
If an unformatted SmartMedia card is inserted, FORMAT YES?will display automatically. Format the  
SmartMedia card (P.55).  
Never use any SmartMedia card other than one that has been formatted on this unit or on a CAMEDIA  
series Olympus digital camera (P.55).  
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Ejecting SmartMedia cards  
Attention  
SmartMedia cards are precision devices. Never  
force the cards when inserting them, or subject  
them to sharp blows.  
Avoid handling and storing SmartMedia cards  
in a hot, damp environment.  
Do not touch the contact area (gold electrodes)  
of the SmartMedia card with bare hands.  
If a SmartMedia card gets dirty, wipe it with a soft,  
dry cloth.  
SmartMedia cards may be vulnerable to  
electrostatic data corruption. When carrying a  
SmartMedia card, put it in its case.  
Remember to back up data from SmartMedia cards  
to a PC or other storage medium from time to time  
(P.40-41).  
1
P
/L  
O
O
W
C
E
K
R
OFF  
ON  
2
Corrupted, lost, or erased data cannot be  
restored.  
Set the PO W ER/ LO CK switch to  
OFF.  
1
2
The display disappears.  
Raise the SmartMedia ejection  
switch.  
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Note  
The SmartMedia ejection switch will not work if the  
POWER/LOCK switch is set to ON.  
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Setting Time/Date  
If you have set the time and date, information as to when an audio or a music file is recorded is  
stored automatically with that file. The time and date should be set to ease file management tasks.  
The time and date setting is also needed to perform the alarm playback function (P.53-54).  
The hour indicator will flash automatically when you load batteries before using the  
recorder for the first time, or after the recorder hasn't been used for a long time. Proceed  
from step 4.  
Time/DateScreen  
Changing the Time/Date  
Set the PO W ER/ LO CK switch to  
4,5  
O N .  
1
Press the MEN U button.  
The menu opens (P.33,52).  
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2
3
7
8
9
Press the FF/ + or  
REW / – button to  
choose the Time/Date  
setup screen.  
FOLDER  
button  
(switching the data  
displayed)  
Press the PLAY button.  
Time/Date screen appears. The hour  
indicator flashes, indicating the start of  
the Time/Date setup process.  
While you are setting the hour and  
minute, each time the FOLDER button is  
pressed, the time indicator will alternate  
between 12-hour and 24-hour time.  
Example: 5:45 P.M.  
PLAY button  
(accepts a choice  
and moves on to  
the next item)  
4
REC  
FF/+ or  
REW/button  
(alters a choice)  
STOP  
button  
S
TO  
P
U
INDEX/EQ  
ERASE  
M
E
N
MENU  
button  
PM 5:45 ←→ 17:45  
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Set the hour.  
Set the date.  
1 Press the FF/+ button or REW/–  
button to set the hour.  
2 Press the PLAY button to accept the  
hour.  
1 Press the FF/+ button or REW/–  
button to set the date.  
2 Press the PLAY button to accept  
the date.  
5
6
7
9
Set the minute.  
Press the STO P button to end.  
This completes the Time/Date setup  
procedure.  
1 Press the FF/+ button or REW/–  
button to set the minute.  
2 Press the PLAY button to accept the  
minute.  
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Set the year.  
1 Press the FF/+ button or REW/–  
button to set the year.  
2 Press the PLAY button to accept the  
year.  
Note  
If you press the STOP button during the setup  
operation, the clock will use the items that were set  
to that point.  
While you are setting the date, each  
time the FOLDER button is pressed,  
the order of the year, month, and day  
will change.  
Example: June 20, 2001  
01Y 6M 20D  
6M 20D 01Y  
20D 6M 01Y  
Set the month.  
1 Press the FF/+ button or REW/–  
8
button to set the month.  
2 Press the PLAY button to accept the  
month.  
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Installing Software  
Before you connect the USB cable to the DM-1 and your PC, you must first install the software. In  
order to listen to music files, you must have MusicMatch Jukebox installed.  
Be sure to confirm the following before installation:  
Exit all running applications.  
Eject the floppy disk if you are using one.  
You will need to input the licence number, so have the license number ID card handy.  
If you are running Windows 2000 on a network, you need to log on as an administrator.  
Insert Olympus Voice & Music DM-1  
Utility Software into the CD-ROM  
drive.  
The installation program will start  
automatically. Once the program starts,  
jump to step 4. If it does not, follow the  
procedures in steps 2 and 3.  
Confirm the licensing agreement.  
You must accept the terms of the License  
agreement to install the Olympus Voice &  
Music DM-1 Utility. If you accept them,  
click on <Yes>.  
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6
7
Select the installation destination  
directory.  
If you wish to select the installation  
destination for the Olympus Voice &  
Music DM-1 Utility Software, click on  
<Browse> to find the desired installation  
destination. If you do not want to change  
it, simply click on <Next>.  
Click on the [Start] button and  
select [Run].  
2
3
Enter D:/Setup.exein the [Open]  
field and click on <OK>.  
This is assuming the CD-ROM is in drive  
D.  
Installation Procedure screen.  
To install software of your choice select  
<Custom>. To install both DSS Player and  
MusicMatch Jukebox, select <Standard>  
then click on <Next>.  
The installation Language  
Selection dialog box opens.  
Click on the desired language to select it.  
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4
5
Click on <Next> when the  
Olympus Voice & Music DM-1  
Utility Software opening screen  
appears.  
If you selected <Standard>, skip to step 10.  
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Select the software to install.  
Check the check box for the necessary  
software, then click on <Next>.  
Click on <Next> when Olympus  
DSS Player 2000 for DM-1 Setup  
appears.  
If you selected <Custom> and unchecked  
DSS Player, skip to step 18.  
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12  
13  
14  
Note  
If the DSS Player and MusicMatch Jukebox  
software are already installed, the check boxes  
will be checked. If you uncheck the boxes, the  
Confirm your acceptance of the  
terms of the Licensing Agreement.  
You must accept the terms of the  
Licensing Agreement to install DSS  
Player. If you accept them, click on <Yes>.  
software may be deleted.  
Confirm the start of file copying.  
Confirm all Current Settings. To accept  
them, click <Next>.  
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11  
Select where to install DSS  
Player.  
This lets you specify the folder in which to  
install DSS Player. Click on <Browse> to  
find the desired installation folder. To  
accept the default folder, click on <Next>.  
If not currently installed on your  
PC, install Acrobat Reader.  
When the Acrobat Reader installation  
dialog box opens, select Install Adobe  
Acrobat Reader and click on <Next>.  
Note  
Note  
Installing Acrobat Reader allows you to view  
If the installation folder does not exist, a  
confirmation dialog box opens to get your  
permission to create a folder for this  
detailed operating instructions for DSS Player.  
purpose. Click on <Yes>.  
Select a program menu folder.  
You may change the program menu  
folder to another one, such as [Start  
Up]. To accept the default folder, click  
on <Next>.  
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16  
Authorizing the start of file  
copying.  
Confirm all Current Settings. To  
accept them, click on <Next>.  
Note  
To change the program menu folder or  
installation folder, click on <Back>.  
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Installing Software  
Copy files.  
Wait until DSS Player is installed on  
your PC, then click on <Finish>.  
User registration information.  
A MusicMatch USA user registration  
form will appear on the screen.  
If you have an e-mail address, we  
recommend that you register online.  
If not, uncheck the Recommended  
options, type in your name and age,  
[email protected]for the section asking for an e-  
mail address, and the country you live  
in. Then click on <Next>.  
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18  
21  
Install MusicMatch Jukebox.  
If you selected <Custom> and  
unchecked the music utility check box,  
skip to step 31.  
Click on <Next> when the  
Welcome screen appears.  
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Confirm acceptance of the terms  
of the Licensing Agreement.  
You must accept the terms of the  
Licensing Agreement to install  
MusicMatch Jukebox. If you accept  
them, click on <Yes>.  
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Select the Personal Music  
Recommendations.  
If you plan to use the Personal Music  
Recommendation, click on <Yes  
[recommended]>, if not, select <No>,  
then click on <Next>.  
Refer to the Personal Music  
Recommendation screen for the  
features and contents.  
Set the Install Option.  
If you would like to set up a special  
environment to meet your needs, check  
<Custom>. If you don't want to make any  
changes, check <Express  
[recommended]>. Then click on <Next>.  
If you checked <Express  
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[recommended]>, skip to step 29.  
Select where to install  
MusicMatch Jukebox.  
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Click on <Browse> if you want to  
change the MusicMatch Jukebox  
installation folder. To accept the default  
folder, click on <Next>.  
Select the folder in which to  
save music files.  
Click on <Browse> if you want to  
change where to save your music files.  
To accept the default folder, click on  
<Next>.  
Note  
If the installation folder does not exist, a  
confirmation dialog box opens to get your  
permission to create a folder for this  
purpose. Click on <Yes>.  
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Installing Software  
Select a program menu folder.  
Set up Acrobat Reader.  
You may change the program menu  
When the Acrobat Reader Setup dialog  
box opens, click on <Next>.  
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folder to another one, such as [Start  
Up]. To accept the default folder, click  
on <Next>.  
Select where to install Acrobat  
Reader.  
Specify the folder in which to install  
Acrobat Reader. To accept the default  
folder, click on <Next>.  
MusicMatch Jukebox Shortcuts.  
It is possible to create shortcuts in  
three locations. Check the boxes for  
any shortcuts you want to create, then  
click on <Next>.  
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Setup Status.  
Wait until Acrobat Reader is installed  
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File type Registration.  
Check the appropriate boxes to  
on your PC.  
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Exit Acrobat Reader setup.  
When the Exit Setup dialog box opens,  
click on <OK>.  
associate music files with MusicMatch  
Jukebox, then click on <Next>.  
Association means to run the  
application that corresponds to the  
filename extension.  
Install Shield Wizard complete.  
You may be requested to restart your  
PC when setup is complete. If so,  
make sure that Yes, I want to restart  
my PC now.is selected before clicking  
on <Finish>. Then, when the message  
to do so appears, shut your PC off and  
restart it.  
Copy files.  
Wait until MusicMatch Jukebox is  
installed on your PC.  
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Completing setup.  
Uncheck Run MusicMatch Jukebox  
now, then click on <Finish>.  
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Recording  
The recorder provides three folders, A, B, and C, and each message recorded in a folder is  
saved as a Digital Speech Standard (DSS) file. These three folders can be selectively used to  
distinguish the kind of recording; for example, folder A might be used to store private information,  
while folder B might be dedicated to holding business information. Up to 199 messages can be  
recorded per folder.  
Microphone  
Press the FO LDER button to  
choose a folder.  
The folder name is displayed for  
approximately 2 seconds.  
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c
a Current file  
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number  
b Folder name  
c Total number of  
recorded files in  
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REC  
the folder  
STO  
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DEX/EQ  
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Press the REC button to start  
recording.  
The record/play indicator lamp glows red.  
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Aim the microphone at the sound source.  
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Current recording  
time  
Press the STO P button to stop  
recording.  
e Remaining  
recording time  
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