Audiovox CE150MP Operating instructions

90 DAY LIMITED WARRANTY
Applies to Audiovox Family Radio and General Mobile Service Products.
AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of
this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and
conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 90 days from the date
of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or
reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair
labor. To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to
be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification of
defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the warranty center at the address shown below.
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MP3 PERSONAL COMPACT DISC PLAYER
WITH 45- SECOND ELECTRONIC SKIP PROTECTION
(ESP) CD AUDIO AND 120 SECOND (ESP) MP3
MODEL # CE150MP
BEFORE OPERATING THIS PRODUCT PLEASE
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY
AUDIOVOX CORPORATION, 150 MARCUS BLVD., HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK 11788
1-800-290-6650
128-5385A
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
128-6119
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS…………………………….…………………………………………..P.1
LOCATION OF CONTROLS……………………….………………………...……………………………..P.2
CONTROLS………………………………………………………………………………….……………….P.3
POWER SUPPLY / LINE OUT……………………………………………………………………………P.4-P.5
HEADPHONES…………………………………………………………………...………………………….P.5
MAINTENANCE…………………………………………………………………………………..………….P.6
CD PLAY……………………………………………………………………………………………………P.7-P.8
FEATURES………………………………………………………………..………………………………P.9-P.10
MP3-CD PLAYBACK………………………………….………………………………………………..P.11-P.14
TROUBLESHOOTING…………………………………………….…………………………………P.15-P.16
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WARNINGS
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “ dangerous
voltage ” within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance ( servicing ) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
This product utilizes a Class 1 laser to read Compact Discs. This laser Compact Disc
Player is equipped with safety switches to avoid exposure when the CD door is open
and the safety interlocks are defeated. Invisible laser radiation is present when the CD
Player’s lid is open and the system’s interlock has failed or been defeated. It is very
important that you avoid direct exposure to the laser beam at all times. Please do not
attempt to defeat or bypass the safety switches.
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Any use of the controls or an adjustment to the procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation.
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK ). THERE
ARE NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. PLEASE REFER ANY SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONEL.
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PRECAUTIONS
Do not open the CD compartment while the CD is rotating.
Always keep the CD compartment closed when not in use.
Keep all foreign objects out of the CD compartment.
If TV or radio interference occurs during operation, move the unit to a different location within the
room or building.
Place the unit on a stable surface. A vibration or shock to the unit can cause the CD mechanism to
mistrack or skip. If operating the unit under circumstances, which may subject the unit to these
conditions, utilize the digital Anti-shock.
Playing some CD’s at high volume can cause vibration leading to mistracking. In this case, lower the
volume or relocate the speakers further away from the unit.
Avoid installing the unit in the locations described below:
• Where it will be in direct contact with water.
• Where it will be in direct contact with a magnet.
• Places exposed to direct sunlight or close to heat radiating appliances such as electric heaters.
• On top of stereo equipment that radiates too much heat.
• Places lacking ventilation or dusty places.
• Places subject to constant vibration.
• Humid or moist places.
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The player complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15 and with 21 CFR 1040.10.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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CONTROLS
POWER SUPPLY
Key Normal Mode
No.
Key Operation
1.
Install Battery
Battery
compartment
2. Display
Window
3. SKIP+/SEARCH
4.
STOP
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PLAY/ PAUSE
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7.
DC INPUT JACK
RESUME
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FILE/DIR.
DISPLAY
FILE SEARCH
LINE OUT JACK
12. PHONE JACK
13. VOLUME
14. DBBS SWITCH
15. OPEN SWITCH
16. SKIP-/ SEARCH
17. PLAYMODE
18. PROGRAM
19. ESP
Search Mode
Batteries (not included)
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With this unit you can use:
Alkaline batteries (type LR6, UM3 or AA)
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Inserting batteries
Open the battery compartment and insert 2 alkaline batteries.
Follow the polarity as indicated in the battery compartment.
LCD Function Display
CD Audio: skips or fast search tracks forward
MP3: skips or fast search tracks forward
Stops CD play, erases a program and switches
the set off
Switches the unit on, starts and interrupts CD
play
Jack for 4.5V external power supply
CD Audio: stores and continues playback from
the last track played
MP3: stores and continues playback from the
last track played
MP-3 Select
MP-3 Display Select
MP-3 File Search
3.5mm line out jack to connect the unit to an
audio input of an additional appliance
3.5mm headphone and remote control jack
Adjusts the volume
DYNAMIC BASS BOOST switches the bass
enhancement on/off
Opens the CD lid
CD Audio: skips or fast search tracks
backward
MP3: skips or fast search tracks
backward
Selects the different playing possibilities:
RANDOM, INTRO, REPEAT ALL and
REPEAT 1
Enter program mode
ELECTRONIC SKIP PORTECTION ensures
continuous playback regardless of vibrations
and shocks
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2, D, E, F
Notes: - Old and new or different types of batteries
Should not be used in combination.
- Remove batteries if they are empty or if the
unit will not be used for a long time.
1, A, B, C
8, W, X, Y, Z
Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of
properly.
9, “Space”
0, “clear”
“Enter”
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Indication of empty batteries
A flashing “LOW BATTERY” indication appears
on the display when the battery need to be changed.
Replace the batteries or connect the power adapter.
Notes: The average playing time of batteries under normal condition.
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5, M, N, O
Battery type
CD Normal
CD Alkaline
MP3 Normal
MP3 Alkaline
ESP on
3 hours
6 hours
4 hours
10 hours
ESP off
4 hours
7 hours
N/A
N/A
6, P, Q, R, S
7, T, U, V
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
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POWER SUPPLY/LINE OUT
CD player and CD handling
Power adapter (supplied or optionally available)
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Only use the 4.5V/600mA direct current, positive
pole to center pin power adapter. Any other
adapter may damage the unit.
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Make sure the local voltage corresponds to the
adapter’s voltage.
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Connect the power adapter to the 4.5V DC jack of the player and to the wall outlet.
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Note: Always disconnect the adapter when you are not using it.
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Line out
You can connect the CD player to an additional
appliance. E.g. amplifier, radio cassette recorder,
etc., with a LINE IN jack.
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Turn down the volume on the additional
appliance.
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TO LIN E O U T
TO C D / A U X IN P U T
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Connect an audio signal cable (not supplied,) to the LINE OUT jack of the CD player
and the CD IN, AUX IN or LINE IN jack of the additional appliance.
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To adjust the sound and volume, use the controls on the connected appliance.
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Do not touch the lens of the player.
Do not expose the unit, batteries or CDs to humidity,
rain, sand or excessive heat (caused by heating
equipment or direct sunlight).
You can clean the CD player with a soft, slightly
dampened lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning
agents as they may have a corrosive effect.
To clean the CD, wipe it in a straight line from the
center toward the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. A
cleaning agent may damage the disc! Never write on
a CD or attach a sticker to it.
The lens may cloud over when the unit is moved
suddenly from cold to warm surroundings. Playing a
CD is not possible then. Leave the CD player in a
warm environment until the moisture evaporates.
Active mobile phones in the vicinity of the CD player may cause
malfunctions.
Avoid dropping the unit as this may cause damage.
HEADPHONES
Connecting the headphones
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Connect the supplied headphones into the PHONE (GREEN) socket.
Use your head when using headphones
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Hearing safety: Do not play your headset at a high volume. Hearing experts
advise against continuous extended play. If you experience a ringing in your
ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use.
Traffic safety: Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create a
traffic hazard and it’s illegal in may areas. You should use extreme caution or
temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Even if your
headset is an open-air type designed to let you hear outside sounds, don’t turn
up the volume so high that you can’t hear what’s around you.
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CD PLAY
CD PLAY
Playback information
Playing a CD
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This CD player can play all kinds of Audio Discs and MP3 CD-ROM such as CD
Recordables and CD Rewritables. Do not try to play a Cdi, CDV or computer CD or DVD.
If a CD Rewritable (CD Recordable) is not recorded properly. “Disc Error” is
displayed.
For CD Audio, uses FINALIZE on your CD recorder to complete the recording.
Playback will stop if you open the CD lid.
While the CD is read, “ESP” flashes.
If there is no activity for 10 seconds, the unit will clear the display, and if there is no
activity after another 50 seconds, the unit will switch off automatically to save energy.
Any settings like program resume and playing modes will be then lost.
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Push the OPEN slider and the lid opens.
The “ Door Open” indicator will appear in LCD.
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Insert an audio CD, printed side up, by pressing gently
on the CD center so that it fits onto the hub. Close the
lid by pressing it down on the left side.
Volume and sound adjustment
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Press PLAY/PAUSE button for approximately 1 second
to switch the set on and start playback.
The current track number and the elapsed playing
time are displayed. It will take approx. 5 seconds for
a CD to begin playback.
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You can interrupt playback by pressing
PLAY/PAUSE button.
The time where playback was interrupted is
flashing.
Continue playback by pressing PLAY/PAUSE
button again.
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Press STOP button to stop playback.
The total number of tracks and the total playing time
of the CD are displayed.
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Press STOP button again to switch off the unit.
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To remove the CD, hold it by its edge and press
the hub gently while lifting the CD.
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Adjust the volume by using VOLUME control.
DBBS – Dynamic bass boost System
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Switch the DBBS slider to ON position to activate the
DBB sound.
Note: The DBB sound option is only activated in the Headphone mode.
FEATURES
Selecting a track and searching
Selecting a track during playback
z Briefly press SKIP+ / SEARCH or SKIP- / SEARCH button once or several times to skip
to the current, previous or subsequent track.
Playback continues with the selected track and its number is displayed.
Selecting a track when playback is stopped
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Press SKIP+ / SEARCH or SKIP- / SEARCH button once or several times. The
selected track number is displayed.
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When the unit is turned on, the “ESP” function is
automatically turned on, and shown on display “ESP”.
If ESP function is not required, please press ESP
button to turn it off.
Searching for a passage during playback
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Press and hold the SKIP+ / SEARCH or SKIP- / SEARCH button to find a particular
passage in a backward or forward direction.
Search is started and playback continues at a low volume. After 2 seconds the search
speeds up.
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Note:
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Press PLAY / PAUSE button to start CD play. The playback starts with the selected
track.
Release the button when you reach the desired passage.
Normal playback continues from this very position.
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During SCAN, searching is not possible.
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FEATURES
FEATURES
Programming track numbers
Selecting different playing options – MODE
You can select up to 24 tracks and store them in the memory in a desired sequence. You can
store any track more than once.
It is possible to play tracks in random order, to repeat a track or the CD and to play the first
few seconds of each track.
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While playback is stopped, press PROGRAM to store
the track.
PROGRAM “ P “ lights up, the track number
programmed and the total number of stored tracks are
displayed.
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Select a track by directly entering track number.
(Example press “1” and “3” to program track 13).
* Press ENTER button once after each track number
desired.
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Select and store all desired tracks in this way.
* Press one more ENTER button to select the
programming.
Press PLAY button to start playback of your selected
tracks.
You can review the program by pressing SKIP button
when playback is stopped. The display shows all stored
tracks in sequence.
Note :
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If you press PROGRAM and there is no track selected, after 10 sec. It will go
back to Normal position.
Press play MODE during playback as often as necessary until the display shows either:
REPEAT 1 : The current track is played
repeatedly. “REP 1” is displayed.
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REPEAT ALL: The entire CD is played
repeatedly. “REP A” is displayed.
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REPEAT “D”: The current directory file is
played repeatedly. “REP D” is display.
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“Intro”: The first 10 seconds of each of the
remaining tracks are played in sequence.
“ INT ” is displayed.
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RANDOM: All tracks of the CD are played in
random order until all of them have been played
once. “ RND “ is displayed.
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Repeat Directory all songs within a directory are played repeatedly in order
(MP3 only).
Erasing the program
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Press play in selected mode to begin.
If necessary, press STOP button to stop playback.
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To return to normal playback, press play MODE until
the mode feature display indication disappears.
Note:
The program will also be erased if you
interrupt the power supply,
open the CD lid, or
the unit is switched off automatically.
ESP
The ELECTRONIC SKIP PROTECTION protects against loss of sound caused by vibrations
and shocks.
Continuous playback is ensured. However, it does not protect the unit against any damage
caused by dropping!
Note:
When playing MP3 tracks, the display will read “Welcome MP3”, and the ESP
feature will not appear but will automatically be activated, regardless of the ESP
switch setting.
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MP3-CD PLAYBACK
MP3-CD PLAYBACK
To play MP3-CDs
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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Use mp3 as the extension to save audio files onto CD-R(W) or CD ROM, e.g. mp3. Do
not use any other extensions e.g. doc, txt, pdf, etc., when making audio files into MP3.
Do not use the .mp3 extension for text or other non-audio data files. This may result in
serious malfunction of the unit and harmful noise interference.
Single session means only one session created in the CD-ROM.
File Directory: this is the unit’s display abbreviation for “album or folder”. On a PC
display, an album is shown as Folder in Window Explorer.
Do not attempt to combine CD audio and MP3 tracks within a CD-ROM, as the unit
will only be able to playback your CD audio tracks from mixed CD formats.
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Place a MP3 CD-ROM with the label side up.
Push the CD center lightly to set it in position.
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Press “PLAY / PAUSE” button to start playback
“welcome MP3”, number of directory’s and the display shown – number of tracks.
Please note to read an MP3 CD it will take 10 to 30 seconds, depending on how many
files and songs it needs to read.
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Press STOP button to stop playback.
Playback stops and the display shows the total number of tracks and total number of
directory’s.
Selecting and searching a track/album
The following table shows the different functions available for the controls when playing CD
Audio or MP3 CDs.
z Single file is the unit’s display for a MP3 CD with only a root directory. This has no
additional albums (folders).
z With albums means a MP3 CD with more than one album (folders), and is shown by
directory and a number on the unit’s display, e.g. AL 09.
Function
Select track
Music search
Fast track select
Fast album select
CD audio
MP3
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Select track
To select the next or previous track.
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during playback.
Playback is interrupted and starts from the beginning of the selected track.
Music search
To fast search only within a CD Audio track or MP3 track.
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SKIP- / SEARCH button. Release button at the desired passage.
Fast track select
In the stop position, you can select tracks from your directory. The display will show the total
number of tracks, and directory’s.
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Press the FILE / DIR. button once, the track number will begin flashing.
Press the ENTER button.
Press track number button / E.g. Track 160; press “1”, “6”, “0”.
Press the ENTER button to start playback.
Fast album select
In the stop position, you can select an album if your root directory holds more than one
directory.
The display will show the total number of tracks, and the total number of albums.
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Press the FILE / DIR. button two times, the directory number is flashing.
Press the ENTER button
Press Album no. (e.g. Album 12, press “1” and “2” then press enter).
The track will automatically play.
MP3
(with multiple
Files)
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MP3-CD PLAYBACK
MP3-CD PLAYBACK
Album (selecting songs name “Funny”) **Max. enter 6 letter** 67 songs
Single session
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The following chart is an example of a Windows Explorer display for a single session MP3
CD ROM with albums. Check the added Notes to help you understand the MP3 CD unit
display, and the playback sequence of albums and tracks on single session MP3 CDs.
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Press the FILE SEARCH button one time and “(file name)” will appear?
Press the F button then press the enter button, and press U button
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Press the ENTER button two times and song will automatically playback.
Or press only letter “F” then ENTER button two times and press PLAY button.
(Flashes mean more than two of “F” letter songs exists.)
(E) CD-RO M drive
For Album file search mode please note the following:
A L 01
B lu r01 .m p3
B lu r02 .m p3
B lu r03 .m p3
B lu r04 .m p3
Note: Any mp3 files, i.e. title containing symbols (examples: *, /, (, ), = etc.) are not
recognized and they cannot be used for search purposes.
Files names containing spaces (example John Harper.mp3) can be searched by
inputting in the space. However, if the file is actually Johnharper.mp3 do not use
any spaces when inputting for search.
(Tip): in case of spaces, inputting with three letters or less will avoid the space
issue.
A L 02
Sp ice05.m p3
Sp ice06.m p3
A L 03
2m en07.m p3
2m en08.m p3
Sk ipp ed
B lu r.jp g
Ly ric.doc
A L 04
G irl09.mp 3
G irl10.mp 3
A L 05
B oyz11.m p3
B oyz12 .m p3
Sk ipp ed
A L 06
Dir search (must be more than 2 file)
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A bba01.w av
A bba02.w av
B read13.m p3
Press the FILE SEARCH button two times and “(Dir. Name)” will appear.
Press the MP3 file name exp. CD02 and Press C then enter D …… enter two
times and song will automatically playback.
Notes:
A L 07
M arx 14.m p3
Tw ain1 5.m p3
Arrow pathway show the sequence of MP3 album and track playback.
Programming track numbers
AL01-AL07
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Note:
Press the STOP button then press the PROGRAM Button (will show display “P”)
select the file no. and enter. Then select the track no. and press the ENTER
button. Will change to Prog. 2 (total 24 track prog.) Press the ENTER button 2
times then press the PLAY button and song will automatically playback.
Press the STOP button to return to TOC.
Press the PROGRAM button again and press the PLAY button, and it will playback
the previously Prog. memory.
To check the Prog. no. Press the SKIP button, and the display will show the Prog.
no.
If you make an error while searching or programming hold the CLEAR button
for 2 seconds to return to main “welcome MP3” display.
This CD ROM example has a total number of 7 MP3 albums (folders).
Blur01.mp3-Twain15.mp3 This CD ROM example has a total number of 15 tracks, where ‘01’
is the first track and ‘15’ is the last track.
Skipped Denotes an album which contains non-audio files only, e.g. jpg, wav., doc. These
cannot be detected nor played on the MP3-CD player, and are hence ‘skipped’. Where an
album contains mixed format files, the non-MP3 files will be skipped.
MP3 Properties
Standard
MPEG rate
Sampling Frequency
MPEG 1
MP3 playback
32 ~ 128Kbps
44.1KHz
Layer 3
ISO9660 format compatible
Software Properties section of your computer will have this confirmation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROBLESHOOTING
WARNING
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the unit yourself, as this will
invalidate the warranty.
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed, before taking the unit of repair.
If you are unable to solve a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service
center.
Check point
Treatment
Batteries
Are the batteries inserted Insert batteries in correctly.
correctly?
Are the batteries dead?
Replace batteries.
Power adapter
Loose connection?
Connect the adapter securely
Is the power adapter
Connect the power adapter properly.
connected properly?
In-car use
Cigarette lighter is not
Switch on ignition or insert batteries.
powered when ignition is
off?
Is the cigarette lighter
Switch on ignition or insert batteries.
power on?
Is the disc cover closed
Close the disc cover tightly.
Playback is
impossible or stops properly?
during playback CD
Is there condensation on
Wait until the lens has cleared.
the lens?
Is the CD inserted
Place the CD with the label side up.
properly?
Is the CD scratched or
Use another CD.
damaged?
If using an MP3 CD burned from a computer, there could have been
a transfer error in the process. This is an error between modem and
computer or computer and CD. This is not an error with the
Discman.
Symptom
Playback does not
start from not start
from first track
No sound or poor
sound quality
Symptom
Power cannot be
turned on
Note:
Check point
Is the RESUME or PROGRAM
function activated?
Treatment
Switch off the RESUME function or
clear the PROGRAM.
Are connection plugs inserted
properly?
Is the volume set too low?
Is the headphone plug dirty?
Is the unit located near strong
magnetic fields?
In-car use
Adapter cassette is inserted
incorrectly?
Is the adapter cassette inserted
properly?
Is the temperature inside car too
high/low?
Is the cigarette lighter socket
dirty?
Is the playback direction of car
cassette player’s auto-reverse
feature?
Check all connections.
Insert the adapter cassette
correctly.
Insert the adapter cassette
correctly.
Let the unit adjust to the
temperature.
Clean the cigarette light socket.
Change the auto reverse direction.
The typeplate is located on the bottom of the unit.
Note:
If you find an error and the disc is not reading properly simply power-off the unit
completely, wait 5 seconds, and re-power, turn on, the unit.
Features and Specification subject to change without notice
If you make an error while programming or searching hold the “clear” button for 2
seconds to return to main “welcome MP3” Display.
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Adjust the volume.
Clean the headphone plug.
Move the unit away from strong
magnetized fields.
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