The Sound Of Music


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Earjam Internet Music Player 2.0 Beta (build 912)

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Thank you for downloading Earjam Internet Music Player 2.0 Beta (build 912).

Please, visit our web site for up-to-date information and updates.

If you have any support questions or would like to report a bug, send e-mail to

or use our on-line bug report form at:


The installation includes the following 3rd party redistributable packages:

1) Media Player 6.4 Redistributable files (for WMA support)

2) Windows Media Audio redistributable files (for WMA and DRM support)

3) RioPort Rio MDM runtime installer (for Rio 300/500 support)


The standard version of EarjamIMP is limited to 20 MP3 encodins, has no sound effects and is limited to 100 entries in the Music Jukebox.

The Deluxe version of EarjamIMP includes the following additional features:

- Unlimited high quality MP3 encoding at rates up to 320 kbps

- Improve MP3 and WMA sound quality with the Hot Highs, Big Bass and Spread controls

- Personalize the music to your listening taste using Graphic Equalizer and Manual Trim

- Experience the most from each musical style with special Presets designed for the major genres

- Accepts an unlimited number of Music Jukebox entries.

Clicking on [Buy Deluxe] will open a secure web page where you can fill in your information and complete the transaction. An Order ID will be sent to you by e-mail.

Once you have received the Order ID, click on the [License] button to license the application.


1) Installing MS Media Player 7 Beta and Earjam IMP on the same computer might prevent the IMP from playing streaming MP3 files. This is true even if the IMP has grabbed the .M3U file extensions.

2) Autoinsert Notification during Burning to CD

Having the CD Autoinsert notification enabled can cause problems during burning to CDs. We recommend that you disable the autoinsert notification for all of your CD drives. This is done in the following way:

- Right click on the My Computer icon and select Properties from the pull-down menu;

- Select the Device Manager tab;

- Open the CD-ROM list entry and select the CD-ROM device (you should do this for each CD-ROM device in the list);

- With the device selected click on the Properties button;

- Select the Settings tab from the properties dialog that will open;

- Uncheck the auto insert notification check box;

- Press OK and reboot the computer for the change to take effect.


1. Where is the help file?

2. I burned songs on a CD-RW disc. It plays on my PC, but does not play on my stereo. What I am doing wrong?

3. I burned several songs to CD, It plays on my PC, but only the first track would play on my stereo.

4. The Earjam IMP does not recognize my CD burner.

5. How do I Rip CD tracks?

6. How can I remove the Earjam IMP and/or the IMP Music Jukebox?

7. The player keeps trying to make a Dial-up Connection, how do I stop it?

8. Do you play video files?

9. I tried to convert MP3 to WMA file, but the result was another MP3 file.

1. Help is accessible by pressing the F1 key, or through the drop-down contextual menu. Click with the right mouse button to view the contextual menu.

2. Many home and car stereo CD players can not read CD-RW (re-writeable) discs or low quality CD-R (write once disks). We urge you to use ordinary CD-R (write once) blank discs for compatibility with consumer CD players.

3. There are three possible reasons for this:

(a) You are using CD-RW disks. CD-RW (re-writeable) disks can not be played on most home and car stereos. Use conventional CD-R (write once) blank disks instead.

(b) You are recording multiple sessions on the same disk. Most of the older home and car stereo systems do not support multi-session disks. If you have such system, burn your CDs only once and do not add more tracks later.

(c) You are using lower-quality blank CDs which are not reliable for Audio recordings. Unfortunately not all CD-R blank discs are alike. In many cases low quality discs can not be played on consumer (home, car or portable) CD players, or even on the PC CD drive. As you might expect, the least expensive discs often present the most problems. We suggest you spend a few dollars more and buy mid-priced or high-end CD-R blank disks for best results. As a general rule of thumb gold discs work better than silver. If you burn to rewritable media (CD-RW) do not forget to erase the disc before burning. Bear in mind that CD-RW discs can not be played in most home or car stereos.

4. For list of supported devices go to

5. CD ripping is called Burn to Hard Disk. (a) Insert your CD in your PC’s CD drive. (b) You’ll see the disc contents in the Earjam IMP’s Playlist display. (c) Delete any tracks you DON’T want to rip from the Playlist. (d) Then press the Burn (flames) button and double click on Burn to Hard Disk. (e) You can see more on this topic in our help in chapter Burning/Converting/Ripping/Uploading

6. In beta 406 and later you can remove from the Start menu: Start-*Programs-*Earjam-*Uninstall Earjam IMP. All versions can be removed by the Add/Remove Programs Control Panel (Start-*Settings-*Control Panel-*Add/remove Programs). Select Earjam Internet Music Player and click the Add/Remove button. If you want to remove the Jukebox (a.k.a. IMP Music Database) but keep the IMP, simply de-install as described above then do a Custom install instead of the Typical. In the Custom installation screen you will want to de-select (un-check) the Jukebox option.

7. If you un-check the “Use CDDB” checkbox (in Options-*CDDB) and do not use the EarZone (browser, “www” button) the Earjam IMP will stop trying to connect to the Internet.

8. We haven’t really “announced” this feature but we do play AVI, MPEG, and some MOV files as of beta 422.

9. In the Burn to Hard Disk dialog, click on the Advanced button and un-check (de-select) Copy Compressed Files.


The system requirements for the Earjam IMP are:

- Windows 95/98, Windows NT or Windows 2000,

- 64 MB RAM,

- 20 MB disk space,

- sound card,

- Internet Explorer 4.01 SP2 or above installed


The following is an overview of the drives that are supported by the Earjam IMP software.

If your drive was manufactured after January 1998, it is probably supported and fully functional with the IMP. Drives manufactured prior to 1998 may or may not be supported. We strongly advise that you download the free Earjam IMP software to test the compatibility of your drive. As part of our commitment to providing our customers with the highest quality, is continually adding new devices to the list of supported hardware.

If you are not sure which drive you have, you can check your system:

* Double click on the My Computer icon

* Open the Control Panel folder

* Open the System folder

* Select the Hardware tab

* Click on the Device Manager button

* Double click on DVD/CDROM drives to list all the optical drives hooked up to your system.

Advanced users and OEMs can download a word document for more detailed information on drive support.

CD-R/CD-RW Drives

The following table lists drives which the Earjam IMP supports. Note that drives manufactured before 1998 may or may not be supported. Drives that have been specifically tested by are listed separately.

Model Read/Write/ReWrite speed

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Selected CD-R/CD-RW drives Varies by drive

manufactured before 1998

All CD-R/CD-RW drive Varies by drive

manufactured after

January 1998

JVC XR-W201x 4/2

JVC XR-W202x 6/2

JVC XR-W204x 8/2/2

Matsu*censored*a/Panasonic CW-7501 4/4

Philips 2000 4/2

Philips 2600 6/2

Ricoh 1420C 4/2

Ricoh MP620x 6/2/2

Sony CDU920 2/2

Sony CDU924 4/2

Sony CDU926 6/2

Sony CDU928 8/2

Sony CDU948 8/4

TEAC CD-R50S 4/4

TEAC CD-R55S 12/4

Yamaha CDR100 4/4

Yamaha CDR102 4/2

CD-ROM and DVD-ROM Drives

The following table lists read-only drives which the Earjam IMP supports.

Model(in alphabetical order) Interface

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Selected ATAPI compliant IDE


Matsu*censored*a/Panasonic family SCSI

NEC family SCSI

Pioneer family SCSI

Plextor family SCSI

Sony family SCSI

Teac family SCSI

Toshiba family SCSI


Please, send your feedback by e-mail to or through the on-line bug report form at

Comments, questions and suggestions regarding earjam IMP can be directed by e-mail to


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