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SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. 

SERVICE DIVISION 

400 Valley Road, Suite 201 
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856 
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864) 
www.samsungusa.com 



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ELECTRONICS 



AH68-01263Q 



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Portable MP3-CD Player 

MP3-CD, WMA-CD, CD-DA Playback 

MCD-HM200 



Instruction Manual 




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A Main Features 



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You can easily customize the 
settings to your liking. 

^ Random function! 

The Random function allows you to 
play tracks in random order. 



^ Last Memory function 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 

The Last Memory function allows you 
to listen to a song from the start of the 
track that you listened to. 




NAVIGATION function 



(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 

You can easily scan and select a file 

on an MP3(WMA)-CD. 




ESP function 



The ESP function ensures high 
resistance to shock or vibration so 
that the sound signal remains 
undisturbed. 

^ Album function 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 

The Album function allows easy 
browsing and searching of your 
favorite tunes by album name, song 
title and artist. 



What is MP3? 




MP3 means MPEG1 Layer 3, the global standard for audio signal compression technology. 
It uses digital compression technology to compress original sound data by up to 12 times 
without sound quality degradation. 



What is WM A 




WMA (Windows Media Audio) is a file format, created by Microsoft, that offers a higher 
compression rate and just as good sound quality as MP3. 
Typical MP3 files are about one-tenth the size of the original, whereas WMA files are 
about half the size of standard MP3. 



Contents 



Safety Warning 3 

Buttons and Controls 5 

Preparation before using your unit 9 

• How to Connect 9 

• Using standard batteries (not supplied) 10 

CD Playback 11 

MP3(WMA)-CD Playback 12 

Skip/Search function 13 

Menu function 14 

Last Memory function 15 

Default function 16 

ID 3 Tag function 17 

Scroll function 18 

Display Bar function 19 

EQ function 20 

Repeat/Random function 21 

ESP/Album function 22 

Navigation function 24 

Program function 26 

• To confirm the program 27 

• To change the program 27 

• To cancel the program mode 27 

Features 28 

Maintaining and looking after your unit 29 

Troubleshooting Guide 30 

Specifications 31 



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A Safety Warning 



Take care not to allow dust 
or other contaminants to 
come into contact with your 
player. 




Do not put anything other 
than a CD (CD-R or CD-RW) 
inside your player. 

• Such actions will damage 
your player. 




Do not apply heavy 
pressure to the player. 




Do not use broken or 
scratched MP3 CDs. 




Do not leave your player 
in direct sunlight or 
near a heat source. 




Do not use your player on 
uneven or unstable surfaces. 

• Your player may not 
operate properly. 




Unplug the power cord 
when not using the 
player for long periods of 
time, 




Do not touch the lens 
with your finger or 
scratch it. 

• Your player may not 
operate properly. 



Do not touch the AC 
Adaptor with wet hands 
when it is plugged in. 




Do not place your player 
in a dusty or humid loca- 
tion. 



Avoid places of low 
temperature (below 41 °F) 
or high temperature 
(above 95 °F). 




Do not attempt to take 
apart, repair or modify 
your player. 

• Such actions will damage 
your player. 



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Road safety 

• Do not use the headphones while riding a bicycle, driving any kind of motor 
vehicle or motorcycle. 

This is very dangerous and is illegal in certain regions. 

It is dangerous to listen to headphones at high volume while crossing roads. 

In order to protect your hearing 

• Do not wear the headphones with the volume set too high. 

Doctors state that listening to music at high volume for prolonged periods is 
harmful to hearing. 

• If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or stop listening. 



Ambient operating conditions 

• Ambient temperature : 5°C~35°C (41 °F~95°F) 

• Humidity : 10-75% 



Environmental information 



• Your unit consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled by a 
specialized company. Please observe local regulations regarding the 
disposal of packing materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment. 



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A Buttons and Controls 



Main Unit 



1- 




5 



(AH59-01152B) 

Over-the-Ear 
Headphones 



1 . Skip/Search button 

2. Stop (■) button 

3. Power Input Jack 

4. ESP/Album button 

5. EQ/Menu button 

6. Random button 

7. Open switch 



8. +10 button 

9. Play/Pause ( HI ) button 

10. Repeat button 

11. Headphones Connection jack 

12. PROG./NAVI. button 

13. Volume button 



Bottom of the Main Unit 



HOLD switch 



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J Buttons and Controls 



Display 



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1 „ Playback or Repeat Mode indicator 

2. Program Indicator 

3. Track Number indicator 

m • Last Memory Indicator 
4 " (forMP3orWMACDs) 
• esp Indicator 
(for standard Audio CDs) 

5. Eq Mode Indicator 

6. Remaining Battery Power indicator 

7. Play time indicator 



g • L/R Channel Level Indicator 
• Anti-Shock Time Buffer Level Indicator 



Sampling Frequency Indicator 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 



10. Bit rate indicator 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 



11. 

12. 
13. 



Title indicator 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 

Album Name indicator 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 

Album Number indicator 

(MP3(WMA)-CD Only) 



14. Menu icon 



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k Preparation before 
using your unit 



How to Connect 




• Push the ear hangers in the direction of the arrow. 

• Place the ear hangers over your ears as shown in the 
picture and then push the caps close to your ears. 

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Using an AC adaptor (not supplied) 

• If not using batteries, an AC adaptor must be connected to the 

AC outlet and power input. 
^ AC adaptor : DC 4.5V, 500mA 



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Using standard batteries (not supplied) 




Carefully check the correct 
orientation of the positive and 
negative terminals of the batteries. 

• Use two AA/LR6 type 1 .5 V batteries 
Use two AA/LR6 alkaline batteries. 
Manganese batteries have a shorter 
battery life. 

Battery Life (Using alkaline batteries) 

• The battery life-time is based on continuous use. 

• MP3-CD : 16 hours 30 minutes max. 

• CD (When ESP is Off) : 14 hours 45 minutes max. 
CD (When ESP is On) : 9 hours 50 minutes max. 




Time for • Replace the batteries if the remaining battery power indicator " j A\ " flashes. 
Battery • Even though the remaining battery power indicator " ( A\ " may be flashing, 

Replacement if the batteries have already expired, the LCD will not be lit. 



^Warning 



' Do not mix old and new batteries. 

1 Remove the batteries if they will not be used for a long time. 

' Standard batteries cannot be recharged. 



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CD Playback 



1 



Slide the Open button to 
open the door. 
Insert a CD. 

• Push the door to close it. 




2 



Press the Play/Pause 
(►II) button. 

• Once the CD is 
recognized, playback 
commences. 




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3 



To stop playback, press 
the Stop (■) button. 

• Press the Stop (■) 
button again to switch 
off the unit. 

• The power will automatically switch 
off after 1 5 seconds, even if you do 
not press the Stop (■) button. 




To temporarily pause playback 

Press the Play/Pause (Ml) button. 

• Playback will be temporarily suspended. 

• Press the Play/Pause (HI) button again to resume 
playback. 




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A MP3(WMA)-CD Playback 



1 



Slide the Open button to 
open the door, and insert 
an MP3(WMA)-CD. 

• Push the door to close it. 




2 



Press the Play/Pause 
(HI) button. 

• The inserted MP3(WMA)-CD 
will be scanned for about 
30-90 seconds. Playback will 
then commence. 

^ Your CD Player will take a 
few moments to scan through 
all the tracks and the sessions 
recorded on a MP3(WMA)-CD. 



Track Number indicator 
Album 



Playtime 
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Album Name indicator 

Title indicator 



Sampling Frequency 
Indicator 



Bit rate indicator 



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1 



To stop playback, press the 
Stop (■) button. 

• Press the Stop (■) button 
again to switch off the unit. 



NO t6 * lf a music file is corrupted and a particular section cannot be read, only 
that section will be skipped. But if the file continues to be unreadable, 
the player will skip to the next file. 

• Files that do not conform to specifications (refer to P. 31) will be skipped. 

• When the Open switch is slid to open the door, playback will stop. 

• The quality of MP3(WMA)-CD playback may vary depending on the condition of the 
disc containing the music files or the condition of the recorder with which the disc 
was created. 

• If different types of files or unnecessary folders are on the same disc, you will have 
problems with playback. 



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Skip/Search function 



Skip 



Press and release the \« or ►►! button 
during playback of a CD. 

• Press the ►►! button to play the next track. 
Press the \« button to go back to the beginning 
of the current track. (Briefly press the \« button 
twice to repeat the previous track). 

• Press the ►►! button while the unit is in "Stop" 
(no playback) mode. Track 2 will be played back. 
Press the \« button to play back the previous song. 




Search 



Press and hold the \« or ►►! button 
during playback of a CD. 

• Press and hold the \« or ►►! button. 

The CD will playback in fast forward or fast reverse mode. 

• Release the button to return to normal playback mode. 




HOLD function 

• Buttons pressed during CD playback will not function. 
(On the display, the "Hold" indicator will flash.) 

• Use the HOLD function when carrying your CD Player 
around with you. Use of this function will allow you to 
conserve battery life as it prevents the CD Player from 
being turned on unintentionally if a button is pressed. 



Bottom of the Main Unit 




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Menu function 



You can customize the settings to your liking. 



Menu Structure 



Menu 

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SYSTEM 

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1 

DISPLAY 

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mp3 ID 3 Tag 
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mp3 Scroll 
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MP3 functions available 
only when playing an 
MP3(WMA)-CD 

ALL functions available 
when playing an 
MP3(WMA)-CD or 
Audio CD 



1 



Press and hold the EQ/Menu 
button on the main unit. 

• A group of menu icons will appear. 



EQ 
Menu 




| SYSTEM | 













2 



Use the \« , ►►! buttons 
to select the desired menu, 
and then press the 
Play/Pause (Ml) button. 

• A list of functions will appear. 




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Use the \« , ►►! buttons 
to select the desired 
function, and then press the 
Play/Pause (Ml) button. 




H DISPLAY 

HlD3 Tag 
-• Scroll 
-•Display Bar 



4 Press the EQ/Menu button to 
move to a higher level menu. 
• If no button is pressed for 20 
seconds, you will be exited to 
the main unit display. 

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Last Memory function 



Last Memory function 



< This function is only available during 
playback of an MP3(WMA)-CD. 



■ When MP3(WMA)-CD playback is selected again after your CD player has been 
stopped or turned off, the unit plays back from the start of the track that you last 
listened to. If the CD cover is opened, the unit resets to Track 1 . 



1 



Select SYSTEM in the MENU 
screen, and then use the 
\« , ►►! buttons to select 
Last Memory. 




H SYSTEM 

HLast Memory 
-• Default 



2 



Use the \« , ►►! buttons to 
select Last Memory ON or 
OFF, and then press the 
Play/Pause (Ml) button. 




H Last Memory 



♦ ON 

O OFF 



3 



Press the EQ/Menu 
button twice to exit to the 
main unit display. 



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Menu 




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Default function 

This function initializes all settings to their default values. 



1 



Select SYSTEM in the MENU 
screen, and then use the 
\« , ►►! buttons to select 
Default. 




H SYSTEM 



►Last Memory 
3Def ault 



2 



Use the \« , ►►! buttons 
to select Default YES or NO, 
and then press the 
Play/Pause (Ml) button. 



H Default? 



♦ YES 

O NO 



Default Settings 



Last Memory 


: On 


ID3Tag 


: On 


Scroll 


: x2 


Display Bar 


: H-Level Meter 



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A ID3 Tag function 



ID3 Tag function 



* This function is only available during 
playback of an MP3(WMA)-CD. 



• This function displays the tag information from all of the songs on an MP3/WMA-CD. 
What is ID 3 Tag ? 

• This is what is attached to an MP3 audio file to carry information relevant to the file, 
such as the title, artist, album, year, genre and a comment field. 



1 



Select DISPLAY in the MENU 
screen, and then use the 
\« , ►►! buttons to 
select ID 3 Tag. 




H DISPLAY 

HlD3 Tag 
-• Scroll 
-•Display Bar 



2 



Use the \« , ►►! buttons 
to select ID 3 Tag ON or OFF, 
and then press the 
Play/Pause (Ml) button. 




• ID 3 Tag ON : Tag information of the song file is displayed. 

• ID3 Tag OFF : Only the name of the song file is displayed. 



Not 



Not© ' Tag information is displayed for those files containing them. 
Otherwise, the file name is displayed. 



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Scroll function 

This function is used to adjust the scroll speed of the song title. 



< This function is only available during 
playback of an MP3(WMA)-CD. 



1 



Select DISPLAY in the MENU 
screen, and then use the 
\« , ►►! buttons to 
select Scroll. 




H DISPLAY 

-•ID3 Tag 
Hscroll 
-• Display 



2 



Use the \« , ►►! buttons to 
select the desired scroll speed. 




H Scroll 




O xl 


O x4 


♦ x2 


O x6 


O x3 


O x8 



• X1 : Scrolls at half speed. 


• X4: Scrolls twice as fast as normal. 


• X2: Scrolls at normal speed. 


• X6: Scrolls three times faster than normal. 


• X3: Scrolls one-and-half times faster than normal. 


• X8: Scrolls four times faster than normal. 



If the scroll speed is high, an afterimage may appear on the display. 
If this occurs, normal speed is recommended. 



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Display Bar function 



Display Bar function 



1 



Select DISPLAY in the MENU 
screen, and then use the 
\« , ►►! buttons to 
select Display Bar. 




H DISPLAY 

'•ID3 Tag 

Scroll 
HDisplay Bar 



2 



Use the \« , ►►! buttons to 
select the desired function, 
and then press the 
Play/Pause (Ml) button. 




□ Display Bar 

♦ H - Level Meter 
O L - Level Meter 
OAnti - S Meter 



• H-Level Meter :The level meter indicator is used to indicate the audio level 

of L-channel and R-channel. 

When H-Level Meter is selected, the movement of the 

meter becomes twice as large as when L-Level Meter is 

selected. 

• L-Level Meter :The level meter indicator is used to indicate the audio level 

of L-channel and R-channel. 

• Anti-S Meter :The level meter indicator is used to indicate Anti-Shock 

Time/Buffer Level. 



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EQ function 



Briefly press the EQ button to activate the Repeat function or hold it 
down for longer to activate the Menu function. 



EQ function 



What is EQ? 

Press EQ button to select various 
sound modes such as Rock, Jazz, 
S.Bass, Classic, Power Sound. 
Select the sound mode appropriate 
for the music you are playing. 

What is S.Bass (Super Bass Sound)? 

This feature enables you to dynamically 
reproduce low-pitched sounds such as 
kick drums and bass to 
provide a sense of presence and 
realism. 

Press the EQ/Menu button. 

• You can select from 6 different settings: 
Flat, Rock, Jazz, S.Bass (Super Bass), 
Classic, and P.Sound (Power Sound). 



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Repeat/Random function 



Repeat function 



Press the Repeat button on the main unit. 

• Each time the button is pressed, 

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are selected, 
(album mode only works for MP3(WMA)-CD 
disks which contain albums.) 



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allows you to repeat all tracks in the current 
album. 


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allows you to replay the entire CD once it 
has finished playing. 


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All the tracks in the CD will be played back 
once. 



Random function 



Press the Random button on the 
main unit. 

• All tracks will be played back in 
random order. 

• To cancel this function, press and 
hold the button again, or press the 
Stop (■) button. 




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ESP prevents the music being interrupted by vibration and shock. 
Press the ESP/Album button. 

• CD Playback: Press the ESP button 
to turn this function on and off. 
(During playback of an MP3-CD, 
ESP will always be active whether or not the ESP/Album button is pressed.) 

• The player buffers up to 120 seconds of MP3, 240 seconds of WMA and 40 seconds of 
audio CD data; hence even if the data flow is interrupted, data is read from memory so 
that the sound signal remains undisturbed. 

• While listening to music, the Anti-S.T (Anti-Shock Time) Buffer Level is automatically 
saved. 



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Press the +10 button. 



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• Press the +10 button briefly while 
playing back a CD. 
Playback will skip ahead to Track 10, 20, 30 etc.. 

Example : If you want to select track 43 during playback of track 15, press the 
+10 button three times, then press the ►►! button three times. 

1 MP3(WMA)-CD playback : Press and hold the ESP/Album button longer to select 
"Off Album". 



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ESP/Album function 

(continued) 



Album Function 



• This function is only available during playback of 
an MP(WMA)-CD. 

Albums are sections of tracks representing one artist. 
This function makes it easier to skip between them. 



Main 
Unit 



Press the ESP/Album button. 

(Press ESP/Album button on the remote control) 

• It moves to the next album. 
Example) Pressing the ESP/Album 

button during playback of the 
first album will take you to 
the start of the first track of 
the second album. 

• This product is equipped with a graphic LCD display that supports 
English, Japanese (without Chinese characters), and Korean characters 

• Tag information is displayed for those files containing them. 
Otherwise, the file name is displayed. 

• Languages other than English will be marked with an asterisk " * ". 



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Press and hold the ESP/Album 
button. 

• Each time the button is pressed, 
the selection toggles between 
"On Album" and "Off Album". 

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• If "Off Album" is selected, the album playlist 
changes to the title playlist. 



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will be skipped. But if the file continues to be unreadable, the player will skip to the 
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Navigation function 

You can easily select and play the song you want from the album. 



In the stop mode 



■ This function is only available during 
playback of an MP3(WMA)-CD. 



1 



Press the PR0G./NAVI. button. 

• Albums in the root folder will be 
displayed. 



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Press the Play/Pause (Ml) 
button. 

• Albums or songs in the selected 
album will be displayed. 

• Repeat the steps 2-3 above to 
select the song you want. 




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• If no button is pressed for 20 
seconds, the display switches 
to the stop mode. 



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To move to a higher album 

• In the currently selected album, press the Stop (■) button to move to the album that 
is one level higher in hierarchy. 

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Navigation function 

(continued) 



During Playback 



* This function is only available during 
playback of an MP3(WMA)-CD. 



1 



Press the PROG./NAVI. button. 

• A list of all the songs in the 
album will be displayed. 



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Using \A< or ►►! button, 
select the desired track. 

• If no button is pressed for 20 
seconds, the display switches 
to the playback mode. 



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Press the Play/Pause (Ml) 
button. 

• The selected song will be 
played back. 



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function, press the 
PROG./NAVI. button again. 

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Program function 

You can store up to 30 tracks of your favorite tunes. 



Example) When storing track number 4 to program number 1 . 



1 



In the stop mode, press the 
PROG./NAVI. button. 

• When playing an MP3(WMA)-CD, 
press and hold the NAVI/PROG 
button in the stop mode. 




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Press the PROG./NAVI. button. 

• Track number 4 is stored under 
program number 1 and you will 
be taken to program number 2. 

• Continue to program the desired 
tracks. 



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To stop program playback 

Press the Stop (■) button. 

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disk will be shown on the display. 26 
Press the Play/Pause (HI) button to resume program playback. 



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Program function 

(continued) 



To confirm the program 



- In the stop mode, press the 
PROG./NAVI. button. 

■ Each time the button is pressed, track 
numbers will be shown on the display 
according to their program sequence. 



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• To change the programmed tracks during program 
confirmation, use \« or ►►! to select the track to 
change. 

• Press the PROG./NAVI. button to add new tracks. 



To cancel the program mode 



• Press the Stop (■) button twice. 

• The Program mode will also be canceled if the 
lid opens during programming. 




^ Warning 



• During programming, if no action is performed for about 15 seconds, 
the player will automatically turn itself off to conserve battery power 
consumption. 



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Features 



Playback sequence of albums and tracks 



• Albums with .jpg, .wav or .doc are not audio files and therefore will be skipped. 



Root 
(Album 1) 



Album 
2 



Album 
5 



Album 
9 



- 1 . mp3 

- 2. mp3 

- 3. mp3 

- 4. mp3 



Album 
3 



- 5.mp3 

- 6.mp3 



Album 
6 



Album 
7 



- 13.wma 

- 14.mp3 

-18.mp3 
-19.mp3 
-20.mp3 
-21.mp3 
-22.mp3 



Music 
(skipped) 



Document 
(skipped) 



a. hwp 
— b. gul 



Album 
4 



- 7.mp3 

-c.doc(skipped) 
-15.mp3 



-8.mp3 

- 9.mp3 

- 10.mp3 

- 11.mp3 

- 12.mp3 



Album 



■ 17.mp3 



■ 16.mp3 



(skipped) 



Picture — d. jpg 



- e. jpg 



- f. wav 

- g. mid 

- h. rm 

- i. ra 



^ The player can recognize up to about 700 files. 



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Maintaining and looking 
after your unit 



Looking after your CDs 

Wash the disc with a neutral detergent diluted in water, and 
then wipe gently with a soft dry cloth from the center of the 
disc to the outside. 




Handling your CDs 

Carefully pick up the disc by its edge without 
touching the disc's surface. 




Do not attach stickers to the 
signal surface (the side with 
shiny, rainbow colors). 

Do not write on the labeled (printed) side with a 
ballpoint pen or a pencil. 




Do not clean this player with 
record spray or anti-static. 
Do not use volatile chemicals 
such as benzene or thinners. 




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A Troubleshooting Guide 



Problem 



Check 



Unit has no power. 



• Did you insert the battery with the correct 
polarity? 

• Are the batteries drained? 

• Is the AC adaptor connected correctly? 

• Is the door open? 



Playback does not 
function. 



• Is the disc inserted correctly? 

• Is the disc damaged or deformed? 

• Has the unit been locked with the HOLD switch? 

• Has the unit been moved from a cold place to a 
hot place? 

Abrupt change of temperature may cause 
condensation to form on the lens. Keep your CD 
Player in a warm place until the condensation on 
the lens has disappeared. 



Headphones don't work. 



• Is the volume control on the unit at the minimum 
setting? 



A sound or track is 
skipped. 



• Was the unit jolted or knocked? 

• Is there dust, fingerprints or scratches on the 
disc? 



Some of the MP3 files on a 
CD are not recognized. 



• Check if the unreadable files have .mp3 as their 
extension on your PC. 



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J Specifications 



Item 


Description 


Frequency range 


20Hz - 20KHz 


Headphone output 


310mV(RMS), 3mW/CH, 32Q 


Signal/noise ratio 


90dB (1kHz) 


Total harmonic distortion 


0.08% (1kHz, OdB) 


Format Support 


CD-DA (8Cm/12Cm) 


CD-ROM Mode 1, Mode 2 Fom 1 


CD-R/RW Readability 


ISO 9660, Joliet 


Romeo, Multi-session 


File Support 


MPEG 1 Layer 3, WMA 


Bit Rate 


8kbps - 320kbps (MP3) 


32kbps - 320kbps (WMA) 


Tag Support 


ID3VI, ID3 V2 2.0 


Dimensions 


5.51 (W)X 1.12(H) X 5.57(D) 


Weight 


0.526 lb. (without batteries) 



(Based on the jack output of the main unit) 



File Compatibility 




• Only files in MP3 Format (Mpegl .Layer3), with an .mp3 as the file extension, and 
WMA files with .WMA extension can be played back. 

How many MP3 files can a CD-R or CD-RW disc record? 

• The maximum capacity of one CD-R or CD-RW disc is 700MB. 

Normally one MP3 file has a capacity of 4MB, therefore approximately 170 files can be 
recorded on a single disc. 

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A Memo 




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MCD-HM200 (GB) -SEA 2/7/03 5:27 PM Page 33 



SAMSUNG MP3-CD PLAYER 



LIMITED WARRANTY TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER 



This SAMSUNG brand product as supplied and distributed by Samsung Electronics America, Inc. (SAMSUNG) 
and delivered new, in the original carton to the original consumer purchaser, is warranted by SAMSUNG against 
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for a limited warranty period of: 



One (1) Year Rarts and Labor* 

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