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  1. 1.    NW-A845 / A846 / A847 ©2009 Sony Corporation 4-164-613-03(1)
  2. 2.    7  Adobe Reader  Adobe Reader 
  3. 3. Adobe Reader 1 1
  4. 4. ...........................2 ................ 43 ...........................................................44 ..................................................7 ...............................................................45 ............................... 11 ................................... 47 ............................... 12 ...............................................49 .................... 15 .................... 51 ............ 18 ...51 ............................ 21 NTSC/PAL ......................................................52 .............................................21 ........................................... 53 .............................................21 ........ 54 ...................................55 ............................ 56 ................................................... 22 ...........................................................56 ............................ 24 ...........................................................57 ...............................................................57 ....................................................................59 VPT ................................................60 DSEE ..............................................61 .................... 25 ......................................................62  x- ...............................62 ................................................................ 27 ........................................63 CD .....................................27 ........................................29  SonicStage V ................................................. 31 ............................... 64 CD .....................................31 ..........................64 ........................................33 ...................................65  A-B ....................................65 ................................................. 35 DPC ...............................66 ...................... 67 ............................................. 37 ......................................................68  x- ...............................................................69 ................. 38 ................................... 71 ..........................38 ...................................................72 ..................................................................39 ........................ 73  ...............................73 ................. 41 .................................................74 NTSC/PAL ......................................................74 
  5. 5. ................................... 75 ...............................75 ............75 .... 76 ..................104 ..............105 ........................ 77 ...............................................................77 ..............................................105 ...........................................................80 ..........................................107 .............................................80 x- SonicStage V ............................109 ....110 ..........................111 ..........................112 ....................................... 81 1 ...................112 .............................................81 .......................113 ...............................82 ......114 ...................................82 ..........................115 ........................................85 ..............................................115 ...............................86 .................... 87 .....................87 ...87 ..................116 ...............................88 ..........................88 ...............................................118 .........119 ..................................................... 89 ...........................121 ...............................................122 .......................... 91 .................................................................122 ...........................................................92 .....................................123 ...............................................................93 ....................................... 95 .... 96 ............................ 97 .............................124 .................................................97 .................................................................124 AVLS ................................................125 ............................................................125 FM ..............................................126 FM FM .......... 98 .................................................................127 FM ........................................................99 .................................................................128 ........................................................129 .......................................100 ........................................................130 ................................101 ........................................................131 ............................101 ............................................................131 FM ...................................................132 ...............102 USB ...................................................133 FM ...............103 ........................................................103  / ................................................103
  6. 6. ..........................134 ..............................................................136 .....................................136 ................................137 ................................138 ......139 ..............................................................140 ..................141 ..............................................................142 .........................................143 ..........144 .....................................145 ............................................................145 .................................................................150 ..........................................................................151 ..............................................152 FM ..............................................................156 ..........................................................................157 ...................................................158 ............................................................158 ......................................................................159 .....................................160 .......................161 .....................................162 .................................................................166 .......................167 ..............169 ..................170 ..........171 .................................................194 .........................................................203
  7. 7.  BACK/HOME  12 5 *1  WM-PORT  15 18 USB WM-PORT  /   12 44 68 82 92 99 
  8. 8.  VOL / *1   OPTION/PWR OFF  RESET  54 76 89 96 102 114 RESET  143 *1  HOLD HOLD  HOLD HOLD 
  9. 9. M L S S SS SS S M L   
  10. 10. 10 EP-EX10 4
  11. 11. 11 HOLD OPTION/PWR OFF   HOLD  HOLD OPTION/PWR OFF POWER OFF    24 129  10  1  USB  USB 
  12. 12. 1 FM  116 FM FM  98  104  91  43  67  56 77 97 103 115 122 124  81 
  13. 13. 1 ..................116 ..............................122 / ...118 ..123 / ... 119 121 FM .................................. 98 ...........115 ..............................124 ...........................................104 AVLS ............125 ............................105 .........................125 .......................107 ...........126 ..............................127 ........................................ 91 ..............................128 .................. 129 130 ............................. 43 ....................131 ............. 131 132 ........................................ 67 USB .............133 .......................... 81 ....................... 44 ...................... 56 ...................... 57 ........................... 57 VPT ............ 60 DSEE ......... 61 .................. 62 .. 62 .... 63 ................................ 59 .................. 64 DPC .... 66 .... 51 NTSC/PAL ................. 52 ........................... 77 ...................... 80 ........ 80 ....... 73 NTSC/PAL ................. 74 ............. 74 ............. 97 FM ....................103 / .............103
  14. 14. 1      44 68 82 92   HOLD 8  118   51  22
  15. 15. 1 BACK/HOME BACK/HOME 5 5 ///  ///  
  16. 16. 1      BACK/HOME BACK/HOME  ///   ///  
  17. 17. 1  ///   ///  BACK/HOME BACK/HOME
  18. 18. 1 OPTION/PWR OFF OPTION/PWR OFF OPTION/PWR OFF 5 5 ///  /  / *1  *1 
  19. 19. 1  OPTION/PWR OFF OPTION/PWR OFF  ///   ///  
  20. 20. 0   54   76   89   96  FM  102   114
  21. 21. 1 SonicStage V CD SonicStage V SonicStage V WALKMAN Guide PDF x- *1 SonicStage V SonicStage V x- SonicStage V x- x- x- *1 x- 2009 10
  22. 22. USB 3 90%  131  199 AC AC-NWUM50A 
  23. 23.    126  30  5 35  500  1 4 1  USB USB USB   1  USB   USB   USB   USB
  24. 24.  129 x- SonicStage V BACK/HOME 5        / /     1 60  129 
  25. 25. CD  x- x- CD  27 CD x-   x-  21  SonicStage V SonicStage V CD  31 CD SonicStage V   SonicStage V  21 
  26. 26.  Windows  35 Windows [MUSIC]    194  USB USB USB   RESET  143
  27. 27.  x- CD x- CD x- CD  x-  CD x- CD  CD CD CD  CD 
  28. 28.    Windows x-  x- MP3 WMA*1 ATRAC AAC*1 x- *1 WMA/AAC  x- CD x-
  29. 29. x- x-  USB  USB USB  x-     
  30. 30. 0  USB x-   Windows x-  x-  x- x-  x- 1 x-  x- x-  x-  SonicStage V
  31. 31. 1  SonicStage V CD SonicStage V CD SonicStage V CD  SonicStage V  CD SonicStage V CD  CD CD CD  CD 
  32. 32.    Windows SonicStage V  SonicStage V MP3 WMA*1 ATRAC AAC*1 SonicStage V *1 WMA/AAC  SonicStage V CD SonicStage V
  33. 33. SonicStage V SonicStage V  USB  USB USB  SonicStage V     
  34. 34.  USB SonicStage V   Windows SonicStage V  SonicStage V  SonicStage V  SonicStage V
  35. 35.  Windows  USB USB  Windows [ ] [ ] [ ] [WALKMAN]-[MUSIC]  [MUSIC] 
  36. 36.  MUSIC  MUSIC  OMGAUDIO  MUSIC x- SonicStage V   MUSIC NWWM_REC NWWM_REC
  37. 37.  x- x-  38 x-   x-  21  Windows  41 Windows  SonicStage V SonicStage V   DVD Blu-ray Disc  YouTube PC WALKMAN
  38. 38.  x- x- x-  USB USB  x-  x- x-   [ ]  x- 
  39. 39. x- x-  USB  USB USB  x-     
  40. 40. 0  USB x-   Windows x-  x- x-  x-  x- x- x-
  41. 41. 1  Windows  USB USB  Windows [ ] [ ] [ ] -[WALKMAN] [VIDEO] [PICTURE] [DCIM] [PODCASTS]   VIDEO PICTURE DCIM PODCASTS 
  42. 42.  VIDEO PICTURE DCIM PODCASTS  VIDEO PICTURE DCIM PODCASTS  SonicStage V Windows  x- x- x-
  43. 43. BACK/HOME 5     47      44
  44. 44.  14  59 / / *1 *1  56  57  57 VPT  60 A-B  65  59 *1 VBR  /  *1   /  /  /  / / *2 BACK/HOME *1 *2  64 OPTION/PWR OFF  47  54
  45. 45. 50    63  /  / / / / 1 BACK/HOME 
  46. 46. OPTION/PWR OFF *1  47 *1  54 *1
  47. 47. 47 OPTION/PWR OFF 5  OPTION/PWR OFF     
  48. 48. *1  *2        *3  *4  *5  *1 *2 The *3 x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V *4 x- SonicStage V OMGAUDIO *5   50 abc 
  49. 49. /   64     /  / /   
  50. 50. 0   x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V   BACK/HOME
  51. 51. 1  / WMC-NWV10 / WMC-NWV10 / WMC-NWV10        AC AC-NWUM50A 
  52. 52.  USB USB     NTSC/PAL     NTSC/PAL  NTSC NTSC PAL PAL
  53. 53.  112 x- SonicStage V Windows x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V Windows Windows  MUSIC NWWM_REC
  54. 54. OPTION/PWR OFF  18 /  63 /  56  57 *1 A-B  64 DPC  66 *1  59  57 VPT VPT  60  55 *1
  55. 55.  OPTION/PWR OFF  *1 *2 *3 *1 *2 Secured *3 VBR
  56. 56. BACK/HOME 5      1   57 
  57. 57.           1  58 2  1 2  FM 
  58. 58. CLEAR BASS 5 1 2      1 2  / CLEAR BASS /    CLEAR BASS 4 5 7   BACK/HOME  FM
  59. 59. 59 x-       x-  SonicStage V   mora ®   64   82  30  126
  60. 60. 0 VPT VPT*1        VPT  VPT VPT *1 VPT : Virtual Phones Technology  FM VPT
  61. 61. 1 DSEE     DSEE  DSEE*1 DSEE *1 DSEE Digital Sound Enhancement Engine  FM DSEE  DSEE  DSEE
  62. 62.       FM        FM
  63. 63.        x- SonicStage V
  64. 64. 3 A-B    66   82 A-B      A-B   59  /  49 A-B A B
  65. 65. 3    A A-B A 3  A A-B  A-B  A A-B A  A-B  B A-B A B A B 1 A 1  B A-B A-B /  44 A-B A  B A-B  A-B 
  66. 66. DPC 0.5 2 DPC( )     82   59     DPC  0.5 0.5 0.75 0.75 0.9 0.9 1.1 1.1 1.25 1.25 1.5 1.5 1.75 1.75 2.0 2.0
  67. 67. BACK/HOME 5     71      68    ( 80 ) HOLD ( 134 )   80 
  68. 68.   JPEG  160 120  .jpg   720 480  194 / /  73 5  /  *1   /  / *2  / / *3   /  *4  / / / BACK/HOME *1 *2 / / 3 10 30 100 / 10 30 100 / / *3 / *4 5 
  69. 69. OPTION/PWR OFF  71 *1  72  76 *1 
  70. 70. 0  /  / / 1 BACK/HOME OPTION/PWR OFF *1  71 *1  76 *1
  71. 71. 71 OPTION/PWR OFF 5  OPTION/PWR OFF      VIDEO 
  72. 72. *1 *1  OPTION/PWR OFF  /  / / 15 30 1 2 5 /      BACK/HOME
  73. 73.   74  / WMC-NWV10 / WMC-NWV10 / WMC-NWV10      
  74. 74.     5  BACK/ HOME   16:9 4:3      16:9 16:9 4:3 4:3 NTSC/PAL     NTSC/PAL  NTSC NTSC PAL PAL
  75. 75.  OPTION/PWR OFF    OPTION/PWR OFF      BACK/HOME
  76. 76. OPTION/PWR OFF  18 /  80  73 NTSC/PAL  74  74  75 /  77  127 HOLD  80 /  75
  77. 77. BACK/HOME 5  73 74      
  78. 78. 78 / 16:9 4:3 4:3 16 9 4 3 4:3 16 9 4 3 16 9 4 3 
  79. 79. 79 / 16:9 4:3 4:3 16 9 4 3 4:3 16 9 4 3 16 9 4 3  /
  80. 80. 80 HOLD      HOLD HOLD      / / A Z Z A
  81. 81. 1 BACK/HOME 5 RSS RSS x- Windows x-
  82. 82.        A-B  65 DPC   59  /  *1   /  / *2 / BACK/HOME *1 *2  BACK/HOME 
  83. 83. / /  /  *1   /  *2*3 / *4  / / *5   /  *6  / / / BACK/HOME *1 *2 *3 *4 / / 3 10 30 100 / 10 30 100 / / *5 / *6 5 
  84. 84. OPTION/PWR OFF  89 *1 *2  72 *1 *2
  85. 85.  /  / / BACK/HOME 
  86. 86. OPTION/PWR OFF  89  /  / / OPTION/PWR OFF  89
  87. 87.  OPTION/PWR OFF    OPTION/PWR OFF   
  88. 88.  OPTION/PWR OFF     OPTION/ PWR OFF    OPTION/PWR OFF  
  89. 89. OPTION/PWR OFF  18 / A-B *1  64 DPC  66  57 VPT( ) VPT  60  77  127 HOLD  80  87 *1  59 
  90. 90. 0 /  87  88 /  88  88
  91. 91. 1 BACK/HOME 5       /   92    Windows [WALKMAN] DCIM PICTURE  37 
  92. 92. /  / /  / BACK/HOME OPTION/PWR OFF  96
  93. 93. +  /  / / + / 1 BACK/HOME 
  94. 94. OPTION/PWR OFF *1 *1  96 *1
  95. 95. Windows Windows x- x-
  96. 96. OPTION/ PWR OFF  18 /  97 /  127  128
  97. 97. BACK/HOME 5 *1 + 2      + *1 
  98. 98. FM FM FM FM FM FM FM FM FM *1 1 3 *1 2011 7 FM BACK/HOME 5    FM FM  / / FM  FM FM  99   100  101
  99. 99. FM FM FM FM / / / / *1 / /  / *2 *1  103 *2  100 OPTION/PWR OFF FM FM  102
  100. 100. 100 FM 30 FM  FM OPTION/PWR OFF       103 
  101. 101. 101 FM  100  FM  OPTION/PWR OFF     30   FM  OPTION/PWR OFF 
  102. 102. 10 FM FM FM OPTION/PWR OFF FM  18 /  101  101  100  103 / /  103
  103. 103. 10 FM FM FM FM BACK/HOME 5  100 /    FM    / FM /    FM  /  
  104. 104. 10 CD LINE OUT *1 CD LINE OUT *1 CD *1 LINE OUT   WMC-NWR1 BCR-NWU5   24
  105. 105. 10  49   x- SonicStage V  109  MUSIC NWWM_REC BACK/HOME 5   104       
  106. 106. 10  CD  2 *1 *2  VOL / *1 4.8 mV *2 5    OPTION/PWR OFF  115  1  2  107  1,000
  107. 107. 10 BACK/HOME 5   104      CD  VOL /   
  108. 108. 10    OPTION/PWR OFF  OPTION/PWR OFF  115  1,000
  109. 109. 10 x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V  x- SonicStage V  x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V  x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V    CD x- [ ] SonicStage V
  110. 110. 110   VOL /     yyyy-mm-dd - - *1 *1 -dd 2 -dd 3  NNN-hhmm 3 - 2  24  x- SonicStage V  109    115 1 1,000 4 GB  1 1  197 
  111. 111. 111 BACK/HOME 5    49        44
  112. 112. 11 BACK/HOME OPTION/PWR OFF 5   1      OPTION/PWR OFF        
  113. 113. 11     OPTION/PWR OFF          MUSIC NWWM_REC 
  114. 114. 11 OPTION/PWR OFF  18 /  112 /  113  113 /  112 /  107  115
  115. 115. 11 BACK/HOME 5      ATRAC 256kbps ATRAC 256 kbps ATRAC 128kbps ATRAC 128 kbps ATRAC 64kbps ATRAC 64 kbps   OPTION/PWR OFF
  116. 116. 11 1 2 3      
  117. 117. 11  /  118    /
  118. 118. 11 BACK/HOME 5  /    /     /   123
  119. 119. 11 BACK/HOME 5    /   WMC-NWR1 WM-PORT    / 
  120. 120. 10    121    121   LINE OUT
  121. 121. 11 BACK/HOME 5    /     /   WM-PORT  119  
  122. 122. 122 BACK/HOME 5       OK OA   / OPTION/PWR OFF  /
  123. 123. 123  116      /   31   / OPTION/PWR OFF  /  118 
  124. 124. 1 BACK/HOME 5     WM-PORT WM-PORT
  125. 125. 1 AVLS     AVLS      
  126. 126. 1      15 15 30 30 1 1 3 3 5 5 30 30     FM  USB  
  127. 127. 1 5      /  5 3  BACK/HOME    134  USB
  128. 128. 1           OPTION/PWR OFF 
  129. 129. 1       x- SonicStage V  130   12 24  130   1 60 
  130. 130. 10        / /     1 60  129 12 24       12 12 24 24
  131. 131. 11 90%       90        
  132. 132. 1   168  21 x- SonicStage V  Windows Windows         
  133. 133. 1 USB USB USB USB USB USB     USB USB USB  USB USB USB USB
  134. 134. 1 OPTION/PWR OFF 1  199 / *1  118 30 30  126 *2 3 3  127 *3  131 
  135. 135. 1 *4  57 VPT *4  60 DSEE *4  61 *4  62 *4  62 DPC *5  66 *6  51 *7  73 *1 25 *2 5 3 30 *3 10 *4 VPT DSEE 40 *5 x2.0 65 *6 40 *7 50  198 199
  136. 136. 1 CD x- SonicStage V MP3 WMA ATRAC MP3 MPEG-1 Audio Layer3 ISO MPEG CD 10 1 WMA Windows Media Audio Microsoft MP3 ATRAC ATRAC Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding ATRAC3 ATRAC3plus ATRAC Advanced Lossless ATRAC3 CD 10 1 ATRAC3plus 20 1 ATRAC Advanced Lossless ATRAC3 ATRAC3plus CD 30 80 %*1 *1 AAC Advanced Audio Coding AAC-LC ISO MPEG MP3 HE-AAC AAC-LC PCM 
  137. 137. 1 64 kbps bits per second  MPEG-4 AVC MPEG-4 MPEG-4 Moving Picture Experts Group phase 4 MPEG 1 AVC Advanced Video Coding MPEG 1 AVC 4 AVC Baseline Profile 1 ISO MPEG-4 AVC MPEG-4 Part 10 Advanced Video Coding MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 H.264/AVC WMV Windows Media Video MPEG-4 Microsoft
  138. 138. 1 JPEG JPEG JPEG Joint Photographic Experts Group 1/10 1/100    194
  139. 139. 1 ATRAC*1 x- SonicStage V ATRAC*1 x- SonicStage V  1 ATRAC*1  DPC  66 *1 ATRAC Advanced Lossless
  140. 140. 10 x- SonicStage V CD CD CDDB Gracenote CD DataBase  Gracenote   CD x- SonicStage V  x- SonicStage V 50 
  141. 141. 11 Windows Windows WALKMAN  Windows  USB USB USB   132  OMGAUDIO  MUSIC NWWM_REC VIDEO PICTURE DCIM PODCASTS
  142. 142. 1  144          124
  143. 143. 1 1  145 2 3 RESET RESET 4 x- SonicStage V 5  144 6 1 5 
  144. 144. 1 http://www.sony.co.jp/walkman-support/ WALKMAN Guide WALKMAN Guide * 2009 7    QA  x- SonicStage V    x- PDF
  145. 145. 1   8   7      22  RESET  143    73    35 41    194  MP4 VIDEO  MP4 MUSIC   Windows Windows 
  146. 146. 1   194     41  Windows   132  USB   132  MUSIC x- SonicStage V 1   57   x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V 1  x- SonicStage V 
  147. 147. 1    118    CD     194   /  118      116    123      122 
  148. 148. 1 VPT  VPT  HOLD HOLD  HOLD 8   2 3    22  RESET  143  USB      AVLS  AVLS  125   7    22   
  149. 149. 149   x- SonicStage V Windows  mora ®  1    x- SonicStage V Windows   VIDEO JPEG  Exif   USB  RESET  143 USB USB
  150. 150. 150   x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V    126    126    80   80   / 
  151. 151. 11  5      134      USB USB  USB  USB  5 35 5 35      AC  AC AC-NWUM50A  USB  USB USB  OS  OS  RESET USB   
  152. 152. 1  OS OS   202  Windows     Administrator  Administrator Administrator  x- SonicStage V  x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V x-   Alt Tab  OS  OS  30 x- SonicStage V  Windows OS  144 
  153. 153. 153 USB USB  USB USB  USB  USB  USB  USB USB  USB USB  30     USB USB USB  USB  133 USB USB  RESET USB 
  154. 154. 1  USB USB  USB     197 1 999     132        194   194    
  155. 155. 1       x- SonicStage V x- SonicStage V    USB USB  USB USB USB
  156. 156. 1 FM FM   /  98      /  /  103   FM   WM-PORT FM
  157. 157. 1      107     104    112   109  1  197   112   109  1 1  197        
  158. 158. 1        194  NTSC PAL  52 74    51 73  / WMC-NWV10  / WMC-NWV10 /  51 73  /     77    74  
  159. 159. 1    125     22  24 129 
  160. 160. 10      194   x- SonicStage V Windows    22    75 87  /  /  118   USB   USB USB
  161. 161. 11    x- X.X SonicStage V X.X *1 *1 Windows Vista  x- Sony Media Library Earth SonicStage V OpenMG Secure Module Sony Media Library Earth OpenMG Secure Module
  162. 162. 1               
  163. 163. 1          
  164. 164. 1    EL EL 
  165. 165. 1 EL    4:3     77
  166. 166. 1    
  167. 167. 1       OS OS    
  168. 168. 1      
  169. 169. 1
  170. 170. 10    1 6
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