Audiovox XMp3i User guide

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User Guide
Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Safety and Care Information . . . . . . . . . . 7
Important Battery Information . . . . . . . 10
What’s in the Box? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
XMp3i Buttons and Connectors . . . . . . . 13
Home Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Remote Control Functions . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Installing and Charging the Battery . . . 16
MicroSD™ Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Home Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Step 1: Connect the Home Dock . . . . . . . 20
Step 2: Install the Indoor/Outdoor
Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Category Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replay Live XM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Favorite Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TuneSelect and GameSelect . . . . . . . . . .
Info Extras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bookmarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Blocking Explicit Channels . . . . . . . . . . .
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My Music Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The My Music Library Main Display
Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to My Music Library . . . . . . . .
Playlists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Auto Recordings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Using Your XMp3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
The Four XMp3i Menu Options . . . . . . . .
Docked and Portable Use of Your
XMp3i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Control Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Live XM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
The Live XM Main Display . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Tuning a Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edit Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Info Extras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Channel Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auto Recordings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vehicle Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line Out Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Antenna Aiming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Restore Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Memory Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Using your XMp3i with a PC . . . . 101
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
My Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Record XM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Bookmarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
napster.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
My Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
audible.com/xm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Updating the XMp3i Firmware . . . . . . . . 111
Disconnecting the XMp3i from a PC . . . 112
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . 119
Patent Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Environmental Information . . . . . . . . . . 121
Owner’s Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Indoor/Outdoor Antenna
Template . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
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Introduction
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Introduction
Features
Congratulations on your purchase of the XMp3i™!
The XMp3i has these exciting features to enhance your overall experience:
• Live or recorded XM content at your fingertips. Spin the Control Wheel to
quickly tune to your favorite XM channels.
• Have to step away for a few minutes? Pause and replay up to 30 minutes of
XM programming.
• Record songs while you listen, or schedule recordings of your favorite
shows.
• Set XMp3i to record up to five of your favorite XM channels automatically
so you’ll always have something to listen to.
• TuneSelect and GameSelect find your favorite artists or sports events on
any XM channel.
• Upload MP3 files, WMA tracks, and Audible.com books from your PC.
Manage your collection and playlists with the XM2go Music Manager
software.
• Store MP3 or WMA files on a removable microSD memory card (sold
separately).
Please read the entire User Guide before using your XMp3i!
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Safety and Care Information
IMPORTANT! Always read and understand all the instructions to avoid
injury to yourself and/or damage to your device. SIRIUS XM Radio Inc.
disclaims all responsibility for damage from data loss due to breakdown,
repair, or other causes.
• Do not expose to extreme temperatures, outside the recommended
temperature range of 32° to 95°F (0° to 35°C).
• Do not expose to moisture. Do not use device near or in water. Do not
touch the device with wet hands.
• Do not let any foreign matter spill into device.
• Do not store in dusty areas.
• Do not expose to chemicals such as benzene and thinners. Do not use
liquid or aerosol cleaners. Clean with a soft damp cloth only.
• Do not expose to direct sunlight for a prolonged period of time, and do
not expose to fire, flame, or other heat sources.
• Do not try to disassemble and/or repair device yourself.
• Do not drop your device or subject it to severe impact.
• Do not place heavy objects on device.
• Do not subject device to excessive pressure.
• If the LCD screen is damaged, do not touch the liquid crystal fluid.
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Warning!
• Opening the case may result in electric shock.
• If the liquid crystal fluid comes in contact with your skin, wipe the skin area
with a cloth and then wash the skin thoroughly with soap and running water.
If the liquid crystal fluid comes into contact with your eyes, flush the eyes
with clean water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical care. If the liquid
crystal fluid is ingested, flush your mouth thoroughly with water. Drink large
quantities of water, and induce vomiting. Seek medical care.
• Use only the provided Home Power Adapter.
• Insert the Home Power Adapter all the way into the electrical outlet. Be
careful not to overload the outlet with too many electrical devices, and
keep metallic objects away from the power plugs.
• When using this product, stay aware of your surroundings when enjoying your
XMp3i. If you’re a pedestrian, keep your eyes and ears open. If you’re driving,
keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Not doing so could
result in personal injury, death, and/or damage to your device, accessories, and/
or to your vehicle or other property.
• Radio functions should not be performed while driving. Park your vehicle in
a safe location before using the Radio.
• WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California
to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Your device should be placed in your vehicle where it will not interfere with the
function of safety features, e.g., deployment of airbags. Failure to correctly place
device may result in injury to you or others, if the unit becomes detached during an
accident and/or obstructs the deployment of an airbag.
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Protect Your Ears and Yourself
• Always follow traffic safety directions. Do not use earbuds or
headphones while operating a bicycle, automobile, or motorcycle. Not
only is it dangerous, it may be illegal.
• Make sure the earbud or headphone cable does not get in the way
of your arms or other surrounding objects while you’re walking or
exercising.
• Maintain a moderate volume when walking or exercising. Always be
aware of what is happening around you.
• Using earbuds or headphones for a long time and/or at high volume
can cause serious damage to your hearing. If you hear ringing in your
ears, STOP listening immediately.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time, your hearing “comfort level” adapts to
higher and higher volumes. What sounds “normal” may be dangerously loud.
TO ESTABLISH A SAFE LEVEL: Start the volume control at a low setting.
Slowly increase the volume until you can hear comfortably, without
distortion, and still be aware of your surroundings.
ONCE YOU ESTABLISH A COMFORTABLE SOUND LEVEL: Leave the
volume at that level; do not increase it over time. SIRIUS | XM and the
Consumer Electronics Association recommend that you avoid prolonged
exposure to excessive noise. Sustained sound levels above 85 decibels can
be dangerous without hearing protection. (For reference, a garbage disposal
or loud shouting at 3 feet are about 80 decibels; a food blender or gas lawn
blower at 3 feet are around 90 decibels.) SIRIUS | XM disclaims all liability
for hearing loss, bodily injury, or property damage as a result of use or
misuse of this product.
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Introduction
Important Battery Information
Your XMp3i’s battery should be charged before you use it. The amount of charge
is indicated by the battery level meter in your XMp3i’s display. When you’re
. When the battery is exhausted you will see
charging the battery you will see
a red battery icon.
When you use your XMp3i for the first time, charge the battery until the battery
icon turns green. Then use your XMp3i until the battery is exhausted. This
charge/discharge cycle calibrates the battery level meter so that it accurately
reports the state of the battery.
Important Battery Safety Information
• Exposure to extreme temperatures can seriously degrade your battery’s
performance and useable life and may result in permanent damage.
• Do Not leave your XMP3i battery in an unattended vehicle (even the glove
box) because temperatures in parked vehicles can become extreme and
extreme heat will degrade your battery’s performance the most.
• Use and store your XMp3i and battery within the recommended
temperature range of 32° to 95°F (0° to 35°C).
• Do not place or store your radio and battery in direct sunlight, or near a
heat source.
• Do not use your battery if it swells, leaks, or malfunctions.
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• Do not use your battery if it is dropped or damaged.
• Charge your XMp3i battery only with Sirius XM approved charger.
• Risk of Explosion if battery is replaced with an non XM approved
battery.
• To Prevent Injury Do Not Drop, Disassemble, Crush, Puncture, or
Dispose of in Fire or Water or Allow Metal to Touch Battery Terminals.
• Your XMp3i’s rechargeable battery should be disposed of properly
and should be recycled. Contact your local recycler for details.
• Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.
ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate (Applicable to California, U.S.A.)
• Replacement batteries can be ordered online at www.xmradio.com/
accessories or by calling 800-XM RADIO (800-967-2346)
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Introduction
What’s in the Box?
XMp3i Radio
Home Dock
Remote Control
Earbuds
Stereo Audio Cable
Indoor/Outdoor Antenna
USB Cable
Battery
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Home Power Adapter
XMp3i Buttons and Connectors
Headphone Jack and
microSD Card Slot
Power/Lock Switch
Slide down to turn
XMp3i on or off, slide
up to lock buttons.
Volume/Mute
Menu
Go to Live XM, My Music
Library, Auto Recordings,
or Settings.
Keypad
Enter a channel
number to tune to the
channel.
Back
Return to previous screen.
Press and hold to return to
the previous channel.
Options
Displays options
available for the
displayed screen.
30-Minute Replay
Pause and replay live
XM or navigate your
recorded content.
Select Button
Press to confirm
highlighted selections.
Universal
Connector
USB Jack
Control Wheel
Rotate to highlight
selections.
Record
Record a song or a
channel. Also schedule a
recording and set channel
to auto record.
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Introduction
Home Dock
Color-Coded Connections
The color-coded Home Dock makes it simple to connect. Just match the colors
on the cable ends to the colors on the dock to see what goes where.
ANT
Rear/Side View
ANT (Silver)
Connection for
the Indoor/Outdoor
Antenna.
AUDIO
AUDIO (Green)
Connection for home
stereo system or
powered speakers.
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POWER (Red)
Connection for
the Home Power
Adapter.
Remote Control Functions
Power Button
Turn Radio on/off.
Replay Buttons
Pause and replay live XM
programming and navigate
your recordings.
Select Button
Press to confirm
highlighted selections;
press and hold to access
FM channel presets.
Menu
Go to the main menu.
Arrow Buttons
Tune channels and
navigate lists.
Record
Press to record songs,
channels or schedule a
recording.
Options
Displays available options
for current display.
Mute
Silences the audio.
Number Keys
Enter a channel number
to tune directly to the
channel.
+ and —
Change channels or
control volume for audio
system (sold separately).
Jump
Switches between current
channel and previously
tuned channel.
Back
Return to previous
screen.
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Installing and Charging the Battery
The battery is shipped partially charged. Charge the battery for at least 3 hours
before using your XMp3i for the first time, or if you have not used it for several
months.
Insert the battery into the XMp3i as shown.
1. Open battery compartment.
3. Carefully replace the battery
door, sliding in place.
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2. Insert the battery into the XMp3i.
4. Charge the battery for
at least 3 hours.
MicroSD™ Memory Card
You can add removable microSD memory to store more of your personal
MP3 and WMA music files. The microSD memory card is sold separately, and
may be purchased at most electronics retailers.
NOTE! You cannot store any recorded XM content on your microSD card.
Installing and Removing the microSD Memory Card
Turn your XMp3i off before inserting or removing the microSD memory card.
To insert the memory card, press it down until it clicks into place. To remove
it, press down and release and it will eject. Do not remove the card if you see
in red on the display.
this icon
WARNING! Do not remove
microSD memory card during
scanning.
Be sure you insert
the microSD card
correctly.
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Home Installation
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Home Dock Installation
There are two steps to installing your Home Dock. First, connecting the Home
Dock to the AC Power Adapter, the Indoor Outdoor Antenna, and to your stereo or
powered speakers, and second, placing and aiming the Indoor/Outdoor Antenna.
Step 1: Connect the Home Dock
When installing the Home Dock in your home, choose a location in close proximity
to your home stereo system or powered speakers, and also where the cable from
the Indoor/Outdoor Antenna can reach the Home Dock. The location should be
easily accessible and provide good visibility of the display, but should not be
located where it will be in direct sunlight, which will affect the visibility of the
display screen.
You will also need to decide whether you will be connecting your Home Dock to
your home stereo system using the provided Stereo Audio Cable, or directly to
powered speakers.
Connect the Indoor/Outdoor Antenna
Once you have selected a location,
connect the antenna to the silver
ANT connector at the right side of the
Home Dock. (After completing a few
additional steps, we will work on the
location of the antenna.)
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Connect the Home Power Adapter
Connect the Home Power Adapter to the red POWER connector at the left
side of the Home Dock, and plug it into a wall outlet.
Connect the Home Dock to a Home Stereo System or Powered
Speakers
The Home Dock can be connected to your home stereo system, or to a pair
of powered speakers. If you are connecting to a home stereo system, see the
following section. If you are connecting to a pair of powered speakers, refer
to “To Connect the Home Dock to Your Powered Speakers” on page 23.
To Connect the Home Dock to Your Home Stereo System
The Home Dock can be connected to your home stereo system through the
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AUX In or LINE In connection of your home stereo system, using the provided
Stereo Audio Cable.
1
Take the provided Stereo Audio Cable and connect the single 1/8” (3.5
mm) connector to the green AUDIO connector at the rear of the Home
Dock.
2 Connect the white left and red right Stereo Audio Cable connectors
(“L” and “R” are also on each respective tip) to any available input
other than PHONO on your home stereo system. (If your stereo’s
inputs are marked red and black, simply connect the white plug to the
black input.)
L
R
3 Turn the home stereo system On, and make sure you select the correct
input on your stereo system for the AUX In or LINE In connection, or
whatever input you have selected.
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To Connect the Home Dock to Your Powered Speakers
The Home Dock can be connected directly to a pair of speakers. The speakers
will need to be powered for amplification.
1
Connect the 1/8” (3.5 mm) connector from the powered speakers
to the green AUDIO connector at the rear of the Home Dock.
2 Plug the AC Power Adapter for the speakers into an
AC outlet.
3 Turn the speakers On.
Dock Your XMp3i
Place the XMp3i into the Home Dock as shown, and turn it On
by sliding the Power/Lock switch down.
IMPORTANT! Allow the XMp3i to charge the battery for a
minimum of three hours before removing from the Home Dock.
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Step 2: Install the Indoor/Outdoor Antenna
Proper installation of the Indoor/Outdoor Antenna is necessary to insure good
and consistent signal reception. To begin, try experimenting with the antenna to
get a feel for the reception in your location. Move
the antenna around the room or from room to room.
Aim it from different windows. In major metropolitan
areas, you might find that you get great reception in
several locations without worrying too much about
aim and placement.
Access the Antenna Aiming screen of your XMp3i
to see a visual indication of signal strength. Press
menu, turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings.
Press Select. Turn the Control Wheel to highlight
Antenna Aiming. Press Select. If you’re receiving a
good Satellite and Terrestrial signal strength, you’re
done. If not, try some of the
suggestions which follow.
Other Indoor/Outdoor Antenna
Installation Suggestions
If you find you are getting a
signal, but it’s inconsistent,
try moving the Indoor/Outdoor
Antenna closer to a window,
ideally one that is facing due
south.
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Not sure which way is south? Think about where the sun rises (in the east) and
sets (in the west). Then stand so that east is to your left and you’ll be facing
south. Is there a window in the direction you’re facing? Move the antenna closer
to the window.
TIP! Still not sure which way is south or where to place your Indoor/Outdoor
Antenna? Look up your location on an online mapping website that offers
satellite views of street addresses where you can easily see which way is
south, and what window may offer an unobstructed view of the sky.
Another easy method is to start at any window, then work from window to
window in a simple pattern to find the window gives the best signal strength.
Note that the antenna must also have an unobstructed view, with no trees
or buildings blocking its aim. If the antenna is aimed through a window, be
aware that blinds, screens, or any other non-glass elements such as thermal
insulation can sometimes cause reception issues. If this is the case, you may
want to use another window or place the
antenna outside of the window.
If you find a window that gives you good
signal strength, you can place the antenna
on the windowsill. The antenna may need
to be placed on something to raise it above
the level of the window frame.
If you don’t have a window where you
receive a consistent signal, or placing
the antenna in a window is not a practical
solution for you, BETTER reception can be
achieved by placing the antenna outside
SOUTH
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on a window ledge, porch, table, or patio. The location you choose should provide
the antenna with a clear view of the
southern sky.
If none of the previous solutions work
for you, then the BEST reception can
be achieved by mounting the antenna
outdoors, with a clear view of the
southern sky.
SOFFIT
Note that you will want to consider any SOUTH
potential hazards when you choose
the mounting location, and possibly
consider professional installation.
SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. is not liable for
any damages.
To mount the antenna, you will
need four screws (not included)
with a 1/4” head (e.g., an M3
screw), and that are suitable
for the material onto which
you are affixing the antenna,
(e.g., wood, metal, etc.). The
screws should be spaced
1-3/8” apart horizontally and
1-1/8” vertically. Refer to the
template “Indoor/Outdoor
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OUTDOORS
SOUTH
Antenna Template” on page 126.
Once you have found a suitable location
for the antenna, route the antenna cable
to the Home Dock. Be sure you avoid any
obstructions that could crimp, kink, or
twist the cable. Use protective grommets
wherever rough openings are encountered.
If the antenna is installed outdoors, route
the cable from the antenna location to the
interior of the home, working the cable
through the basement, under a window
sill, etc., and make adjustments to take up
cable slack as necessary.
1-3/8 in
1-1/8 in
TIP! If your Indoor/Outdoor Antenna’s cable isn’t long enough, visit xmradio.
com/accessories, or your favorite retailer, and consider a 50 ft. Indoor/
Outdoor Antenna Extension Cable or a Wireless Home Signal Repeater.
If the signal is good for either Satellite or Terrestrial (or both), and you are
hearing the audio from the Radio, the installation is complete.
If the signal reception is low, or intermittent, try another location for the
antenna. Verify that the antenna is pointed south, and that the antenna’s view
of the sky is not blocked by a tree, a building, a bridge, or anything else. Adjust
until you are receiving a good signal.
The Indoor/Outdoor Antenna’s reception can also be tweaked by opening or
closing the antenna clamshell, and turning the antenna. While observing the
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signal strength, make small adjustments to the angle of tilt of the clamshell until
the highest possible signal strength is achieved. If you have not wall-mounted
the antenna, turn the antenna slightly to the right or left and observe if the
signal strength increases. For each tweak, allow a few seconds in each position to
determine if the signal strength increases.
SOUTH
If the signal reception is good, but there is no audio, verify your audio connection.
• If you are connected to a home stereo system, be sure the system is set to
the auxiliary input source, and you have connected the Stereo Audio Cable
to the auxiliary input connectors.
• If you are connected to powered speakers, be sure the speakers are
plugged into an outlet, and are turned On.
The Line Out level of your Radio can also be increased. Refer to “Line Out Level”
on page 93.
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Activation
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Activation
Before you can enjoy Commercial-Free Music, plus Sports, News, Talk &
Entertainment, you need to activate your XMp3i.
1
Make sure your XMp3i is properly installed, turned on, and receiving the
XM signal so that you can hear the audio on channel 1.
2 Make a note of your XM Radio ID. You can find it on channel 0, on a label
on the bottom of the gift box, and on the label on the back of your XMp3i.
NOTE! The XM Radio ID does not use the letters I, O, S, or F.
3 Activate your service:
•Online: Go to www.xmradio.com and click on “ACTIVATE RADIO” in the
top right corner
OR
•By phone: Call 1-800-XM-RADIO (1-800-967-2346)
4 When your service is activated, your XMp3i will receive all channels to
which you have subscribed. At this time, you use the Control Wheel or
Remote Control to tune other channels. Activation usually takes 10 to
15 minutes, but may take up to an hour. We recommend that your XMp3i
remain on until activated.
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Using Your XMp3i
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Using Your XMp3i
The Four XMp3i Menu Options
The XMp3i has four menu options which can be selected after pressing the menu
button. These menu options are summarized here, and are explained in detail in
the four following chapters of this User Guide.
Live XM: Listen to Live XM, browse channels or categories of channels
such as Pop, Rock, Country, etc., and set up scheduled recordings.
My Music Library: Access (or Browse) and playback your XM recordings,
downloaded MP3 and WMA music files, and downloaded audio books.
Auto Recordings: Listen to content from your favorite XM channels that
your XMp3i has automatically saved for you.
Settings: Make adjustments to the XMp3i’s behavior, such as display
brightness, audio equalizer settings, and channel access. Select Info
Extras to display scrolling stock ticker or sports scores.
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Docked and Portable Use of Your XMp3i
Your XMp3i comes with everything you need to listen to your XM
programming and personal music collection at home or on the go.
At Home/Office
Place your XMp3i in the Home Dock to listen to live XM through your home
stereo or powered speakers. Use the Remote Control to tune channels, play
tracks from your music library or record new content from across the room.
The Home Dock will also charge your Radio’s battery so its always ready to
go.
The Home Dock is also the best place to record your favorite XM
programming. As long as your docked Radio is powered and receiving a good
signal, you can record programming from up
to 5 channels at once. Even when your Radio
is powered off, it will wake up for scheduled
recordings and store them in My Music
Library.
Portable
Use the XMp3i as a portable Radio to listen
to Live XM, recorded XM programming, or
your downloaded MP3 and WMA music files
wherever you go.
To listen to Live XM, your XMp3i needs to have
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a clear view of the sky to receive the satellite signal. Trees, buildings and even
your own body can block this signal causing audio interruption. If you lose the
satellite signal, XMp3i will prompt you to listen to content from My Music Library
or Auto Recordings.
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Navigation Buttons
Power/Lock Switch
Sliding the Power/Lock switch down turns the XMp3i On or Off.
Sliding the Power/Lock switch up locks the buttons on the XMp3i to
prevent the accidental pressing of a button. Slide back to the center
position to unlock the buttons.
Volume +/—
+
Pressing + or — on the volume button increases or decreases
the audio volume, when you are listening to the XMp3i with the
Earbuds.
Control Wheel
The Control Wheel on the XMp3i is multifunctional. Turn
it clockwise or counter-clockwise to browse and highlight
channels and list items.
The Control Wheel can also be pressed at the north, south,
east, or west positions to select Play/Pause , Record rec , Fast-Forward
, or Rewind respectively.
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Using Your XMp3i
Select Button
Pressing the Select button selects a highlighted item in a list and confirms
settings. Pressing and holding accesses the FM channel presets when docked in
the XMp3i Vehicle Dock (sold separately).
Back Button
back
Pressing back returns you to the previous display screen. Repeatedly pressing
back will return you to the channel or recording to which you are listening.
Pressing and holding back returns to the previous channel to which you were
listening.
Menu Button
menu
The menu button lets you access the four XMp3i modes, Live XM, My Music Library,
Auto Recordings, and Settings.
Keypad Button
keypad
The keypad button displays an on-screen keypad allowing you to directly tune any
XM channel by entering the channel number.
Options Button
options
The options button shows a list of available options in the context of the currently
displayed screen. If no options are available, nothing is displayed.
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Display Icons
The following is a list of the icons that are displayed by the XMp3i.
Icon
Explanation
Live XM mode
My Music Library mode
Auto Recordings mode
Settings mode
Battery Charging
Battery Charged (green)
Battery Low (red)
Lock - buttons locked. To unlock, slide the Power/Lock switch down
to the middle position
Mute – to unmute, press both volume up and volume down buttons at
the same time
Repeat
Shuffle
MP3 or WMA song loaded onto the microSD card
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Icon
Explanation
(Green) microSD card is in the device
Song included on a playlist
MP3 or WMA file loaded onto the microSD card that has been added
to a playlist
TuneSelect set to alert on artist’s name
TuneSelect set to alert on song title
No alert is set for the TuneSelect or
Channel is skipped in channel list
XM signal strength
(Red) MicroSD card is being read. Do not remove the microSD card
until this icon turns green
GameSelect set to alert or
Channel is added to channel list
Scheduled recording via “Schedule Recording”
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Using the Control Wheel
The Control Wheel on the XMp3i is multifunctional. Use your finger to
spin the wheel clockwise or counter-clockwise to browse and highlight XM
channels and menu lists.
Select highlighted items by pressing the Select button in the center of the
Control Wheel.
The Control Wheel can also be pressed at the north, south, east, or west
positions to select Play/Pause , Record rec , Fast-Forward , or Rewind
respectively.
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Live XM
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Live XM
Introduction
Live XM is where you listen to Satellite Radio, browse channels and tune to your
favorite XM programs.
To listen to Live XM with your XMp3i from any screen:
1
Press menu. The Live XM icon is highlighted.
2 Press Select.
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The Live XM Main Display
When listening to a channel, information about the channel and XMp3i are
displayed.
Indicates whether you
are listening to Live XM
or Replay content
Battery Level
Satellite Signal Strength
Channel Name
Song Title
or Program Topic
or Game Time/Game Details
Indicates that the
Power/Lock switch is
set in the lock position
Clock
Channel Number
Artist or Program Name
or Sports Teams/Score
Other icons may be displayed on the screen depending upon what you are
doing. Refer to “Display Icons” on page 37 for an explanation of the various
icons.
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Live XM
Tuning a Channel
Tune a channel to listen to Live XM programming. You can tune by browsing
channels and selecting, or by directly entering the channel number.
Browsing Channels
To select a channel to listen to:
1
Turn the Control Wheel to display the list of channels.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the channel to which you’d like to
listen and press Select.
If the last channel tuned was selected from a category list, when you turn the
Control Wheel only channels from the last category list are displayed. If you
want to view all channels, scroll to the end of the channel list and select >View
All Channels.
Direct Channel Number Entry
If you know the number of the channel you want to
listen to:
1
Press the keypad button.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a digit
and press Select. Repeat for each digit in
the channel number.
3 When complete, either wait 2 seconds
for the channel to be tuned, or turn the
Control Wheel to highlight enter and press Select.
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Category Lists
Channels are grouped into categories such as Pop, Rock, Comedy, Talk/
News, etc., to make it easier to find channels of similar genre.
To display a list of categories
1
Press menu. The Live XM icon is highlighted. Press Select.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight All Categories. Press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a category and press Select.
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Live XM
Replay Live XM
You don’t need to miss any XM programming with the XMp3i. If you’re
temporarily interrupted while listening to a channel, just pause the channel to
enter Replay. When you’re ready to listen again, set the channel to play. A paused
channel will save up to the last 30 minutes of the programming for replay. If you
tune to a different channel, the replay memory is cleared.
To play, pause, rewind, or fast-forward in Replay
• Play/Pause : Press to pause Live XM and
enter Replay. A time-line will be displayed
near the bottom of the screen which shows
your position in the replay content. Tick
marks in the time-line indicate replay content
changes such as the start of a new song.
• Rewind and Fast-Forward : Pressing and
holding moves in 5 second increments through
the replay content to the previous or next
content change. Pressing and releasing jumps
to the previous or next content change.
You can view a list all the content saved in the replay content by turning the
Control Wheel while in Replay. Replay content can be selected from the list.
To Exit Replay
1
Either tune to a different channel, or turn the Control Wheel.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight >Go to Live XM and press Select.
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Favorite Channels
Saving favorites is an easy way to quickly browse and tune only those
XM channels you listen to frequently. You can save up to 99 channels as
favorites.
To save a favorite channel
1
While listening to any channel press options.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Add to Favorites and press
Select.
Remove a favorite channel using the same procedure, and select Remove
Favorite.
To tune a favorite channel
1
Press menu. The Live XM icon is highlighted. Press Select.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Favorite Channels and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a favorite channel from the
list and press Select to tune to the channel.
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Live XM
TuneSelect and GameSelect
TuneSelect and GameSelect alerts you whenever your favorite artists, songs or
sports teams are playing on any XM channel.
When a match is found for an entry in your TuneSelect or GameSelect list, you’ll
be prompted with audio and a displayed alert. Press Select to immediately tune
the channel on which the song or game is playing.
To save a TuneSelect or GameSelect
While you are listening to a song or sports game:
1
Press options.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight
TuneSelect Song to select the song, or
TuneSelect Artist to select the artist,
or GameSelect for a sports game. Press
Select.
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Info Extras
Game scores for up to 60 teams or up to 30 stock quotes can be displayed
at the bottom of the display screen. The game scores or stock quotes will
scroll in a ticker fashion if there are too many to display at once.
To turn Info Extras On or Off
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Change Display and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Show Info Extras and press
Select.
5 Press Select to sequence through the choices: None to turn off
the display of Info Extras, or Stocks to display stock quotes, or
Scores to display game scores.
Stocks
To add stock quotes to be displayed
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Info Extras and press Select.
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Live XM
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Stocks and press Select.
5 If this is the first time you are adding a stock, the Add Stocks screen
will be displayed, otherwise press Select to select Add Stocks.
6 Turn the Control Wheel until the first letter of the stock symbol is
displayed and press Select. Repeat for each additional letter of the
stock symbol. If there is no fourth letter in the stock symbol, leave it
blank and press Select.
To remove stock quotes
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Info Extras and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Stocks and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Erase Stocks and press Select.
6 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the stock symbol you wish to delete
and press Select.
You can also remove all stocks from your list by selecting Erase All Stocks in step
5.
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Game Scores
To add sports teams for game score updates
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Info Extras and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Sports and press Select.
5 From the list of sports categories displayed, turn the Control Wheel
to highlight the category of your team and press Select
6 From the list of team names displayed, turn the Control Wheel to
highlight a team for game scores and press Select. A check mark
will appear next to the team name to indicate that the team is
selected.
You can continue to add teams until you are finished. Press back to return to
the sports category list to select another sport.
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Live XM
Recording
The XMp3i allows you record XM programming in different ways. While listening
to any channel, press Record (rec ) to see the options available.
• Record Song: Record the song to which you
are currently listening. You can save up to 10
hours of individual songs.
• Record Channel: Record the channel to which
you are listening for up to 6 hours or until you
tell it to stop.
• Schedule Recording: Schedule a recording to
start and end at a specific time in the future.
• Set to Auto Record: Select the channel to
which you are listening for Auto Recordings.
Refer to “Auto Recordings” on page 72 for more
information about automatic recordings.
The XMp3i can record from five separate channels simultaneously, so you can set
multiple scheduled recordings to occur at the same date and time on different
channels.
To complete a Song recording, however, your Radio must remain on the channel
until the song ends.
For recordings to happen and finish, the XMp3i must be receiving the XM signal
and be in Live XM mode. Additionally, for Scheduled Recordings and Auto
Recordings, the XMp3i must be docked in a Home Dock or Vehicle Dock which is
connected to a power source.
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To record a song
1
Press and hold Record rec until rec is shown in red at the top of
the display screen.
To stop recording a song while it’s recording:
1
Press Record rec .
2 Stop Rec Song will be highlighted. Press Select.
To record a channel
The channel to which you are listening can be
recorded in a block of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 hours.
1
Press Record rec .
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight
Record Channel and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight
and select the desired length of time, 1
Hour, 2 Hours, etc., and press Select.
To stop recording a channel while it’s recording:
1
Tune to the channel being recorded.
2 Press Record rec .
3 Stop Rec Channel will be highlighted. Press Select.
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Live XM
To schedule a recording
A scheduled recording lets you capture programs that you either can’t listen to
when they are broadcast, or may want to listen to again. XMp3i makes it easy to
set up a schedule recording.
Scheduled recordings can also be created, edited, and deleted using the XM2go
Music Manager software. Refer to “Using your XMp3i with a PC” on page 102 for
more information.
To set a scheduled recording
While listening to a program, you can set up a schedule to record the
program one time or on a recurring basis:
1
Press Record rec .
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Schedule Recording and press
Select.
3 If you have already scheduled other recordings, New Session will be
highlighted. Press Select.
4 Enter When the recording should take place. Turn the Control Wheel
and highlight your choice and press Select:
•Today: Record today only, at the time specified
•Everyday: Record every day, at the time specified
•Date: Record only on the date specified, at the time specified
•Weekly: Record every week, on the specified day of the week, at the
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time specified
5 Set the Start Time hour by turning
the Control Wheel. Press Select.
6 Set the Start Time minutes by
turning the Control Wheel. Press
Select.
7 Set the End Time hour by turning the
Control Wheel. Press Select.
8 Set the End Time minutes by turning
the Control Wheel. Press Select.
9 Set the Channel by turning the
Control Wheel. Press Select.
10 Press Select to schedule the recording.
To edit or cancel a scheduled recording:
1
Press Record rec .
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Schedule Recording and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the recording from the list
and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight to select Edit Session or Cancel
Session.
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Live XM
Bookmarks
Bookmarks remember artist and title information of songs. You can view and
manage bookmarks when using the XM2go Music Manager software, and use the
information to easily purchase bookmarked songs. Songs may be purchased from
compatible online music services.
To bookmark a song that is currently playing, press options
Bookmark.
Refer to “Using your XMp3i with a PC” on page 102 for more information about the
XM2go Music Manager software.
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Blocking Explicit Channels
A channel logo that contains “xL” means that you may hear frequent explicit
content and language. If you do not want these channels to appear in the
channel lists, you can block them.
Blocked channels can still be selected by entering the channel number using
the keypad button.
To select whether to block (omit) or display xL channels:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Channel Access and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight xL Channels and press Select
to toggle between On and Off:
-- On to display explicit channels in channel lists
-- Off to block (omit) explicit channels in channel lists
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My Music Library
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My Music Library
Introduction
My Music Library is where you listen to and manage XM recordings and music
stored on your XMp3i.
• Recorded XM: Songs and scheduled recordings which you have recorded
from Live XM.
• MP3s and WMAs: Stored MP3 and WMA files you’ve downloaded to XMp3i
memory or loaded onto a microSD card from your PC
• My Books: Audio books that you have downloaded to your XMp3i from
your PC.
Within My Music Library, you can browse the recorded and downloaded content by
song, artist, channel, category, or album, and more.
My Music Library gives you options to shuffle songs,
create playlists, and manage your recordings.
To listen to anything in My Music Library, simply
highlight the name and press Select. Remember, if
you leave the Live XM mode and enter the My Music
Library mode, any recordings currently taking place
will be cancelled, and scheduled recordings will not
occur.
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The My Music Library Main Display Screens
When listening to recorded or downloaded content, information about the
song and XMp3i are displayed.
When you are listening to a recorded song (Recorded XM):
Battery Level
Indicates you
are listening to
My Music Library
Clock
Channel Name
Song Title
or Program Topic
or Game Time/Game Details
Current listening position
Time elasped since
beginning of playback
Channel Number
Artist or Program Name
or Sports Teams/Score
Timeline
Length of content
being played
Other icons may be displayed on the screen depending upon what you are
doing. Refer to “Display Icons” on page 37 for an explanation of the various
icons.
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My Music Library
When you are listening to a downloaded content (MP3s & WMAs or My Books):
Battery Level
Song Title or
Book Name
Current listening position
Time elasped since
beginning of playback
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Indicates you
are listening to
My Music Library
Clock
Artist Name or
Book Author
Timeline
Length of content
being played
Listening to My Music Library
Recorded XM
To listen to Recorded XM:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Recorded XM and press Select.
You’ll be presented with several options for viewing and selecting
the Recorded XM content:
•All Songs: View all the XM recordings by song name or title.
•Artists: View all the Recorded XM
by artist name.
•Auto Recordings: View Auto
Recordings that the XMp3i has
automatically saved for you.
•Categories: View Recorded XM by
category (genre).
•Channel Names: View Recorded XM
by the channel from which it was
recorded.
•Date & Time: View Recorded XM by
the date and time of the recording.
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My Music Library
•Playlists: View Recorded XM by the playlist in which it appears.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight your choice and press Select.
MP3s & WMAs
To listen to your downloaded MP3 and WMA files:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight MP3s & WMAs and press Select.
You’ll be presented with several options for viewing and selecting the
content:
•All Songs: View all the MP3s and WMAs by song title.
•Albums: View all the MP3s and WMAs by album.
•Artists: View all the MP3s and WMAs by artist name.
•Genres: View all the MP3s and WMAs by genre
•Playlists: View MP3s and WMAs by the playlist in which they
appears.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight your choice and press Select.
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My Books
To listen to your downloaded MP3 and WMA files:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Books and press Select.
You’ll be presented with several options for viewing and selecting
the content:
•View all My Books by book title.
•View all My Books by author.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight your choice and press Select.
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My Music Library
Playlists
A playlist is a collection of songs (or other content) which you create. The playlist
can then be selected to play all the songs contained in the playlist. You can make
multiple playlists, and songs can be in more than one playlist. An existing playlist
can also be added to another playlist.
Separate playlists are created for downloaded MP3 and WMA content, content
from a microSD card, and content recorded from XM programming. Content from
Auto Recordings, or timed recordings, cannot be added to playlists.
To create a new playlist
1
Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a song (or other content) from the
list of songs and press options.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Add to Playlist and press Select.
Playlist name
Shift toggles between
uppercase and lowercase
Select Enter when you’ve
entered the playlist name
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My New Playlist
Back erases the last entered
letter in the playlist name
Exit cancels the new
playlist creation
3 If you already have created a playlist, and are adding another
playlist, select New Playlist.
4 If you haven’t yet created a playlist, you’ll be prompted to create
a playlist title.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to select the first character of the playlist
name and press Select.
6 Continue for each additional character of the playlist name until
complete. Select Shift to toggle between upper and lowercase
letters, Back to erase a character, or Space to enter a blank
space.
To add content to a playlist
1
Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a song (or other content) from
the list of songs and press options.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Add to Playlist and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the playlist you want the song
to appear in and press Select.
TIP! You can add a song to a playlist while you’re listening to the song.
Add to Playlist.
Press options
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My Music Library
To delete content from a playlist
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight either Recorded XM or MP3s &
WMAs and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Playlists and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a playlist and press Select.
6 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the content you want to delete
from the playlist and press options.
7 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Remove from Playlist and press
Select.
To delete a playlist
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight either Recorded XM or MP3s &
WMAs and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Playlists and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a playlist and press options.
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6 Delete will be highlighted. Press Select.
7 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Yes and press Select.
To rename a playlist
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight either Recorded XM or MP3s
& WMAs and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Playlists and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a playlist and press options.
6 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Rename Playlist and press
Select.
7 Turn the Control Wheel to select the first character of the new
playlist name and press Select.
8 Continue for each additional character of the playlist name until
complete. Select Shift to toggle between upper and lowercase
letters, Back to erase a character, or Space to enter a blank
space.
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My Music Library
To add a playlist to another playlist
Adding one playlist to another playlist will cause all the content contained in the
first playlist to be added to the second playlist.
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight either Recorded XM or MP3s &
WMAs and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Playlists and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a playlist and press options.
6 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Add to Playlist and press Select.
7 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight a second playlist and press Select.
All content from the first playlist will be added to the second playlist.
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Auto Recordings
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Auto Recordings
Introduction
Auto Recordings is where you find content that your XMp3i records automatically
for you. The XMp3i records auto recordings from channels you have specifically
selected, or have listened to for at least 30 minutes. XMp3i may record up to 6
hours from as many as 5 different channels, for a total of up to 30 hours of auto
recordings.
Your XMp3i manages the auto recordings, deleting content that you have listened
to, and replacing it with fresh content so you always have something new to listen
to. While you cannot delete the content, you can designate which channels are
eligible for Auto Recording.
To preserve memory, the default setting for Auto Recordings is Off.
To enable Auto Recordings with your XMp3i:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight
Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Auto
Recordings and press Select so Auto
Recordings shows On.
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To select specific channels for auto recording:
1
While listening to the channel you wish to select for auto
recordings, press options.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Set to Auto Record and
press Select.
3 You will receive a confirmation that the channel has been set to
auto record.
To remove a specific channel from auto recording:
1
While listening to the channel you wish to remove from auto
recordings, press options.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Remove Auto Rec. and press
Select.
3 You will receive a confirmation that the channel has been
removed from auto recording.
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Auto Recordings
To listen to Auto Recordings with your XMp3i:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight My Music Library and press
Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Auto Recordings and press Select.
4 You’ll be shown one or more auto recording sessions. Select the
auto recording you want to listen to by turning the Control Wheel to
highlight the channel and pressing Select.
5 A list of all the songs (or other content) from the channel will be
displayed. Select a song/content from the list you want to listen to by
turning the Control Wheel to highlight the song/content and pressing
Select.
My New Playlist
Channel recorded
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Length of time
of recording
While listening to an auto recording you may press Play/Pause ,
Rewind , and Fast-Forward to move forward and backward through the
recorded songs or segments.
NOTE! You can not manually delete any auto recordings. However, auto
recordings will be deleted automatically when space is needed for new
recordings.
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Settings
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Settings
Introduction
Settings is where you manage the XMp3i configuration options such as display
brightness, editing alerts, setting your time zone, etc.
To manage your XMp3i’s configuration:
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
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EQ Settings
The equalization profile of the XMp3i (EQ) is adjustable for the type
of music you are listening to, and for your listening pleasure. Possible
selections are:
Max Boost
Pop
Rock
Talk
Vocal
Bass Boost
Classical
Flat
Jazz
To adjust the EQ setting:
3 Press menu.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight EQ Settings and press
Select.
6 Each press of Select will sequence to the next possible EQ
setting. Your XMp3i immediately changes to the new EQ profile
so you can hear how it sounds.
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Settings
Change Display
In Change Display, you can change the brightness of the display screen, set the
duration of the display backlight, and turn Info Extras on or off.
To change the display brightness
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Change Display and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Brightness and press Select.
5 Each press of Select will sequence through the choices, Low, Medium,
or High. The dimmer the brightness is set, the longer the battery will
last before requiring recharging.
To change the duration of the display backlight
The display backlight can be set to be Always On, or on for 1 minute, 30 seconds,
or 15 seconds. The less time the backlight is on, the longer the battery will last
before requiring recharging.
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Change Display and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Backlight and press Select.
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5 Each press of Select will sequence through the choices, Always
On, or on for 1 minute, 30 seconds, or 15 seconds. The less
time the backlight is on, the longer the battery will last before
requiring recharging.
To turn Info Extras on or off
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Change Display and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Info Extras and press Select.
5 Each press of Select will sequence through the choices, None, or
set to display either Stocks or Sports.
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Settings
Edit Alerts
In Edit Alerts, you can mange your TuneSelect, GameSelect, and Program alerts.
You can also turn alerts On or Off.
To configure TuneSelect and GameSelect
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Edit Alerts and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the desired alert and press Select:
•TuneSelect to configure alerts for songs and artists
•GameSelect to configure alerts for sports games
5 The list of alerts is displayed. The icon next each item indicates what
kind of an alert is set for each entry. Turn the Control Wheel to highlight
an item in the list and press Select.
6 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight your choice from the list and press
Select:
•Alert On Artist or Alert On Song. These choices allow you to change
an artist alert to a song alert and vice versa.
•Do Not Alert. This choice keeps the alert in the TuneSelect list, but
turns the alert off.
•Delete. This choice deletes the alert from the TuneSelect list.
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To learn how to add TuneSelect or GameSelect alerts, refer to “TuneSelect
and GameSelect” on page 48.
To turn all alerts On or Off
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Edit Alerts and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight All Alerts and press Select.
5 Each press of Select will toggle On or Off.
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Settings
Info Extras
In Info Extras, you can add stocks to be displayed, and remove a stock from your
list of stocks. You also can add and remove sports teams.
To manage stocks
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Info Extras and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Stocks and press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight your choice and press Select:
•Add to add a stock to your list of stocks
•Erase Stocks to delete a stock from your list of stocks
•Erase All Stocks to delete your entire list of stocks
To learn how to add or delete stocks, refer to “Info Extras” on page 49.
To manage sports teams
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Info Extras and press Select.
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4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Sports and press Select.
5 You can then select or remove sports teams for Info Alerts.
To learn how to add or remove sports teams, refer to “Info Extras” on page
49.
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Settings
Channel Access
In Channel Access, there are three options to configure:
• Direct Tune: When you highlight a channel name in a list, select whether to
have the channel tuned as soon as you highlight the channel, or whether
you need to press Select to tune the channel.
• Channel Skip/Add: Select channels to be skipped (omitted) from lists of
channels, or add skipped channels back to the channel list.
• xL Channels: Select whether to block (omit) or display channels in the
channel list which contain explicit content or language.
To configure Direct Tune
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Channel Access and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Direct Tune and press Select.
5 Each press of Select will toggle the choices, Off (to tune a channel from
the channel list by pressing Select), or On (to have the channel tuned
when it is highlighted in the channel list).
To skip or add channels
You can designate channels to be skipped if you don’t want them appear in any
channel lists. You can add back the skipped channels if you change your mind.
Skipped channels can still be selected by entering the channel number using the
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keypad button.
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Channel Access and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Channel Skip/Add and press
Select.
5 A list of channels will be displayed. Turn the Control Wheel to
highlight the channel to be skipped or added and press Select.
Select will toggle between skipping the channel ( )or adding
the channel ( ).
To configure xL Channels
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Channel Access and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight xL Channels and press
Select.
5 Each press of Select will toggle the choices, Off (to display
explicit channels in channel lists), or On (to block (omit) explicit
channels in channel lists).
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Settings
Auto Recordings
Auto Recordings are content that your XMp3i can record automatically for
you. When the feature is turned on, the XMp3i learns your listening habits and
automatically records XM programming from the five channels you listen to most
frequently, or records from specific channels that you designate.
To turn Auto Recordings On or Off
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Auto Recordings and press Select.
4 Each press of Select will toggle between Off and On.
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Vehicle Settings
NOTE! The Vehicle Settings menu item only appears if the XMp3i is in a
Vehicle Dock. The settings apply only when the XMp3i is in a Vehicle Dock.
In Vehicle Settings, there are three options:
• FM Channels: Set and select FM channel presets. When using the
PowerConnect™ Vehicle Dock, this option is enabled if there is no
connection to the AUDIO connector on the Vehicle Dock.
• Automatic Power: When Automatic Power is set to On, the XMp3i
will turn on when power to the vehicle dock is detected. Some vehicle
power sockets are switched on when the vehicle ignition is turned on,
while others remain powered on at all times. This feature does not
work with a power adapter socket which is always powered on.
• Power Off: Some vehicle power sockets are powered on at all times,
which means you could turn the vehicle off and the XMp3i will remain
on. Using the Power Off feature, you can set the XMp3i to turn off
automatically after a specified period of time. Should you forget to
turn the XMp3i off before exiting the vehicle, it will turn itself off
automatically.
To set and select an FM channel preset
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Vehicle Settings and press
Select.
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Settings
4 FM Channels will be highlighted. Press Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight the storage location (FM 1 to
FM 5) you want to set and press Select. You can choose among the
following options:
•If the chosen storage location is empty (denoted by “---“), or if the
storage location contains the FM preset currently being used
), then the FM channel tuning screen is displayed.
(denoted by a
•If the chosen storage location has an FM preset that is not currently
being used, and you want to edit it, Edit Channel is highlighted. Press
Select. The FM channel tuning screen is displayed.
•If the chosen storage location has an FM preset that is not currently
being used, and you want to start using it, turn the Control Wheel to
highlight Start Using and press Select. Skip to step 8.
6 Turn the Control Wheel to tune the desired FM channel and press
Select to select the FM channel.
7 If you are editing the storage location that has the “current” FM
preset, skip to step 8. Otherwise, Start Using will be highlighted. Press
Select.
NOTE! You can also preset an FM channel in a storage location without having to
start using it right away. Just press menu and exit the screen.
8 The chosen FM channel will be confirmed on the display screen and the
XMp3i will tune to that FM channel.
9 Set your vehicle’s FM radio to same FM channel.
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IMPORTANT! You’ll first need to find a suitable FM channel that is unused
or available in your area.
To quickly select an FM channel from the preset list:
1
Press and hold Select. You will be prompted to set your vehicle
radio to the displayed FM channel.
2 If you want to select a different FM channel preset, Press and
hold Select again. Repeat until the desired FM channel preset is
selected.
To turn Automatic Power On or Off
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Vehicle Settings and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Automatic Power and press
Select.
5 Each press of Select will toggle between Off and On.
To configure Power Off
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
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Settings
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Vehicle Settings and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Power Off and press Select.
5 Each press of Select sequences through the choices, Off, 60 Minutes,
90 Minutes, 120 Minutes, and 180 Minutes.
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Line Out Level
NOTE! The Line Out Level setting option only appears when the XMp3i is
docked, and an audio cable is connected.
Line Out Level is used to adjust the volume level of the XMp3i’s vehicle or
home dock to match the volume of other audio sources you may use, such
as a CD player, other FM stations, a TV, or an MP3 player.
Do not use the Line Out Level as a volume control. Use the volume control
on the device that the XMp3i is connected to instead.
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Line Out Level and press
Select.
4 Use the Control Wheel to increase or decrease the level and
press Select to confirm the new setting.
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Settings
Antenna Aiming
Your XMp3i can display the received strength of the satellite and terrestrial
signals being received. This is useful if you are troubleshooting signal reception
problems.
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Antenna Aiming and press Select.
4 The Antenna Aiming screen will remain displayed until you dismiss it
by pressing back.
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Set Time
In Set Time there are three options:
• Time Zone: Select the time zone you are in for an accurate clock.
• Daylight Savings: Select whether Daylight Savings Time is observed
in your location.
• Hour Mode: Select whether the clock is displayed in 12-hour or 24hour mode.
To select your Time Zone
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Set Time and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Time Zone and press Select.
5 Each press of Select sequences through the choices: Atlantic,
Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska, and Newfoundland.
To select whether Daylight Savings Time is observed
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Set Time and press Select.
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Settings
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Daylight Savings and press Select.
5 Each press of Select will toggle between Off and On.
To select a 12 or 24 Hour Mode for the clock display
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Set Time and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Hour Mode and press Select.
5 Each press of Select will toggle between 12 hour display mode and 24
hour display mode.
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Restore Defaults
In Restore Defaults, there are two options:
• Restore Settings: This erases all personal settings on your XMp3i and
restores the factory defaults, but does not delete your recorded or
downloaded content. Personal settings include TuneSelects, Favorite
Channels, Scheduled Recordings, and Info Extras.
• Restore and Erase: This option erases all personal settings, XM
recordings, and stored content. Use this with caution as you will not
be able to retrieve stored content once it has been erased.
To Restore Settings
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Restore Defaults and press
Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Restore Settings and press
Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Yes and press Select.
To Restore and Erase
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
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Settings
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Restore Defaults and press Select.
4 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Restore and Erase and press
Select.
5 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Yes and press Select.
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Memory Usage
Memory usage displays how much of the memory in your XMp3i is currently
being used:
• XM Singles: This is the songs you have recorded from XL Live.
• Other Content: These are channel recordings from Live XM,
scheduled recordings from Live XM, and MP3, WMA, and audio book
files you have downloaded to your XMp3i using the XM2go Music
Manager software.
• SD Card: This is the MP3 and WMA files stored on the microSD card
in your XMp3i.
To display the Memory Usage
1
Press menu.
2 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Settings and press Select.
3 Turn the Control Wheel to highlight Memory Usage and press
Select.
The Memory Usage screen will remain displayed until you dismiss it by
pressing back.
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Using your XMp3i with a PC
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Using your XMp3i with a PC
Introduction
The XM2go Music Manager runs on Microsoft® Windows®-based personal
computers and allows you to:
• Manage your music: create and customize playlists of XM recordings or
your personal MP3 or WMA files on your XMp3i.
• Schedule recordings on your XMp3i.
• View XM’s Online Program Guide: discover new music and programs by
seeing what’s available on all XM channels for the next week.
• Rip CDs to MP3 or WMA files so you can download them to your XMp3i.
• View your XMp3i bookmarks and purchase songs from compatible online
music services including Napster®.
• Listen to and purchase audio books from Audible.com®.
• Manage up to 5 compatible XM Radios.
System Requirements
PCs running Microsoft Windows XP® must meet the following requirements:
• Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher
• CPU: 400 MHz or higher
• Hard drive: at least 100 MB free disk space
• RAM: at least 256 MB
• High-speed Internet connection
• Windows Media Player 11 (loaded at time of installation if not present)
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PCs running Microsoft Windows Vista® must meet the following
requirements:
• CPU: 800 MHz or higher for Vista Home; 1 GHz or higher for other
Vista editions
• Hard drive: at least 100 MB free disk space
• RAM: at least 512 MB for Vista Home; at least 1 GB for other Vista
editions
• High-speed Internet connection
• Windows Media Player 11 (loaded at time of installation if not present)
Setup and Installation
Download the XM2go Music Manager software and installation instructions
from:
http://www.xmradio.com/xm2gomusicmanager
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Using your XMp3i with a PC
My Music
The XM2go Music Manager helps you organize recorded XM content, your MP3
and WMA files, and audio book files on your XMp3i.
• View your XM recordings, including the artist name, song title, the channel
it was recorded from, and song length.
• View your personal music (MP3 and WMA file) collection, including the
artist name, song title, album, and song length.
• View, create, and modify playlists, and add songs to playlists.
• View XM’s Online Programming Guide to see what’s playing on XM.
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Record XM
Schedule Recordings of XM content on your XMp3i, using the XM2go Music
Manager.
• Save time by recording up to five channels at the same time.
• View all scheduled recordings, including the duration of the recording.
• View XM’s Online Programming Guide to see what’s playing on XM.
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Using your XMp3i with a PC
Bookmarks
Bookmarks are an easy way to flag your favorite songs for later reference while
listening to your XMp3i.
• View songs you have bookmarked on your XMp3i and link to
Napster.com to purchase them.
• Add your music library to the XMp3i with a standard or high capacity
microSD card. We recommend storing your MP3 files on a microSD card
since you can only record XM content to the XMp3i. Recorded content
cannot be transferred to a microSD card.
• View XM’s Online Programming Guide to see what’s playing on XM.
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napster.com
Napster enables you to purchase and own songs you heard and bookmarked
on your XMp3i.
• Connect to Napster directly from the XM2go media manager.
• Easy access to a library of millions of songs.
• Add your music library to your XMp3i with a standard or high capacity
microSD card.
NOTE! We recommend storing your MP3 files on a microSD card since you
can only record XM content to the XMp3i. Recorded content cannot be
transferred to a microSD card.
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Using your XMp3i with a PC
My Books
View the authors, titles, and length of audio books saved on your XMp3i.
• Link to http://www.audible.com/xm to see available audio books.
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audible.com/xm
Audible.com is your source for the internet’s largest selection of premium
digital audio.
• Link to http://www.audible.com/xm to see available audio books.
• Choose from over 40,000 downloadable audio books, including the
latest best sellers and timeless classics.
• Download audio books to your XMp3i (or other compatible devices)
and listen at the gym, on your commute, anywhere, anytime.
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Using your XMp3i with a PC
Info
View Information about your XMp3i such as model and Radio ID.
• Personalize the name of your XMp3i.
• View the amount of XM content storage used/available, and personal
music storage used/available on your XMp3i.
• View the amount of personal music storage/used on your microSD card.
• View XM’s Online Programming Guide to see what’s playing on XM.
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Updating the XMp3i Firmware
Occasionally we make improvements to the XMp3i’s software to add
features or improve performance. To be sure your XMp3i is taking advantage
of the latest software it is recommend you attempt to update your XMp3i at
least once a year.
Updating the software can be done two ways:
1
Visiting http://xmradio.com/XMp3update and following the
directions there.
2 Using the XM2go Music Manger Software. Click on the HELP
option, and then click Check for Updates.
Remember that:
• Your XMp3i must be docked and with the Power Adapter plugged in,
and must be connected to your PC.
• You should not attempt updating the firmware if your XMp3i is not
connected to an external power source.
• Your PC must be connected to the Internet.
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Disconnecting the XMp3i from a PC
To disconnect your XMp3i from your PC, you must follow these steps:
3 Click on “Eject” on the lower left-hand corner of the XM2go Music
Manager screen.
4 XM2go Music Manager will sync with your XMp3i, and then inform you
that you can disconnect your XMp3i.
5 Unplug the USB cable from either the PC or your XMp3i.
NOTE! Do not use Windows’ “Safely Remove Hardware” button as it does not
properly sync the XM2go Music Manager with your XMp3i.
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
XMp3i has been designed and built to be trouble-free but if you experience a
problem, try this:
• Check that all connections are firm and secure.
• Make sure you have installed the XMp3i as described in this User Guide.
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If you see this on the screen:
Try this:
No signal
Make sure the XM antenna is not obstructed.
Check Antenna
Make sure that the antenna cable is firmly and
securely plugged into the Home Dock. Make sure
the cable is not bent or broken.
Turn XMp3i off, then on, to reset this message.
Off Air
The channel you’ve selected is not currently
broadcasting. Tune to another XM channel.
---
No program information, such as artist name,
song title, or channel exists.
Loading
Your XMp3i is acquiring audio or program
information from the XM signal. This message
usually goes away in a few seconds.
You may also see this message if the channel
you’re tuning to is blocked. Try another channel.
Updating
XM is updating your XMp3i with the latest
encryption code. Wait until the update is done.
You may be trying to tune to a channel that is
blocked or unavailable. Tune to another channel.
Channel Unavailable
Tune to another channel. The one you’re trying to
access is not available.
If you see this on the screen:
Try this:
All Recording Features Not
Available
Activate your XM subscription to be able to
record XM programming on your XMp3i.
This Channel Not Available for
Recording
Do nothing. Recording is restricted by the content
owners.
This Program Not Available for
Recording
Do nothing. Recording is restricted by the content
owners.
Connect to XM Antenna Within 30
Days to Avoid Interruption in
Listening to XM Recordings
You must receive a live XM signal for at least
8 hours a month to authenticate your XM
subscription.
Please Connect to XM Antenna to
Confirm Valid Subscription
Select “Live XM” and make sure you get a strong
signal.
Activation Required for Playback
Activate your XM subscription.
SD Card Error
Check to see whether the microSD card is too
full; if so, delete files so that at least 32 MB of
memory is available.
Check whether the microSD has been formatted
correctly; if not, reformat the microSD card using
your PC.
If this happens:
Try this:
XMp3i shuts off unexpectedly.
If you’re in a vehicle, check whether the Power
Off feature is set, and set it to “Off”, if desired.
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Troubleshooting
If this happens:
Try this:
There is no power or the XMp3i
shuts off quickly.
Check the battery level, it may be low. Charge the
battery for 8 hours.
You do not receive all the XM
channels you subscribed to.
Check that you have not skipped any channels.
If you still do not receive all channels, your XMp3i
may not be properly activated. Contact XM Listener
Care.
No audio or poor audio.
Check all cables and secure connection between
connectors on your XMp3i and your stereo system or
powered speakers for a firm and secure connections.
No song title or artist name is
displayed.
The information may not be available or updates may
be in progress.
Buttons do not respond.
Check whether the Power/Lock switch is in the “lock”
position. If so, slide it to the center position to unlock
the buttons.
The buttons still refuse to
respond, the display does not
change, or the backlight does not
turn off as expected.
To reset your XMp3i, slide and hold the Power/Lock
switch down for 3 seconds. If this doesn’t work
remove and re-insert the battery.
XM Instant Traffic and Weather
channels sound different from
other channels.
Do nothing. These channels use a different audio
technology than the other XM channels.
Battery level meter does not
match the expected charge or
playback time.
Fully charge the battery, then use your XMp3i until
the battery is exhausted. This calibrates the battery
level meter.
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If this happens:
Try this:
Your XMp3i cannot see any files
on the microSD card.
Check that the microSD card is unlocked.
Your XMp3i still cannot see any
files on the microSD card.
Check whether the microSD card is too full. There
must be at least 32 MB of free space available on
the microSD card for XMp3i to use it successfully.
Your XMp3i does not save any
Auto Recordings.
You need to turn the Auto Recordings feature on.
Refer to “Auto Recordings” on page 88.
Your XMp3i does not
communicate with your PC.
Check power and USB connections between your
XMp3i and your PC. Be sure to use the supplied
USB cable. Remove your XMp3i from the Home
Dock, then re-insert.
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Product Specifications
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Product Specifications
XMp3i Radio
Power Requirements
Temperature Range
Audio Output
Dimensions Weight:
Storage Capacity
Audio Connector
Power Connector
5.2 V DC, 1.6 A (max)
32°F to 95°F (0°C to 35°C)
2 x 12mW @ 32 Ohm
2 in (width) x 3.6 in (height) x 0.6 in (depth)
51 mm (width) x 92 mm (height) x 15 mm (depth)
3.1 oz (88 g) with battery
2.4 oz (69 g) without battery
2 GB internal
microSD™ removable (up to 16 GB)
3.5 mm female
4.8 mm female
Battery
Type
Capacity
3.7 V Lithium Ion rechargable
920 mAh
3.6 hr live / 16.5 hr playback / 30 day standby
Music File Formats
Home Dock
Dimensions Weight
Audio Connector
Antenna Connector
Power Connector
Remote Control
Dimensions:
Weight:
Battery:
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MP3 and WMA. Fixed Bitrates: 32, 48, 96, 128,
160, 192, 256, 320 kbps. Variable Bitrates: 64-128,
128-256, 160-320 kbps.
2.7 in (W) X 1.4 in (H) X 2.1 in (D)
69.6 mm (W) X 35.1 mm (H) X 53.2 mm (D)
2.5 oz (71 g)
1/8 in (3.5 mm) female
SMB male
3.0 mm female
1.5 in (width) x 4.7 in (height) x 0.60 in (depth)
40 mm (width) x 119 mm (height) x 15.4 mm (depth)
2.4 oz (69 g)
CR2032, 3 V
Patent and Environmental Information
Patent Information
It is prohibited to, and you agree that you will not, copy, decompile,
disassemble, reverse engineer, hack, manipulate, or otherwise access and/
or make available any technology incorporated in this product. Furthermore,
the AMBEª voice compression software included in this product is protected
by intellectual property rights including patent rights, copyrights, and trade
secrets of Digital Voice Systems, Inc. The software is licensed solely for use
within this product. The music, talk, news, entertainment, data, and other
content on the Services are protected by copyright and other intellectual
property laws and all ownership rights remain with the respective content
and data service providers. You are prohibited from any export of the
content and/or data (or derivative thereof ) except in compliance with
applicable export laws, rules and regulations. The user of this or any other
software contained in a SIRIUS | XM Radio is explicitly prohibited from
attempting to copy, decompile, reverse engineer, hack, manipulate or
disassemble the object code, or in any other way convert the object code
into human-readable form.
Environmental Information
Follow local guidelines for waste disposal when discarding packaging and
electronic appliances.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/
hazardouswaste/perchlorate (Applicable to California, U.S.A.)
Your Radio is packaged with cardboard, polyethylene, etc., and does not
contain any unnecessary materials.
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FCC Statement
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by SIRIUS XM
Radio Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate this device.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the installation instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna of the affected receiver.
• Increase the separation between the SIRIUS | XM equipment and the affected
receiver.
• Connect the SIRIUS | XM equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the affected receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING! The FCC and FAA have not certified this Satellite Radio Receiver for use in any
aircraft (neither portable nor permanent installation). Therefore, SIRIUS XM Radio Inc.
cannot support this type of application or installation.
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Copyrights and Trademarks
©2009 SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. “SIRIUS”, “XM” and all related marks and logos are
trademarks of SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries. “BBC” and “Radio One”
are trademarks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and are used under license.
BBC logo © BBC 1996. Radio 1 logo © BBC 2001. Cosmopolitanª is a registered
trademark of Hearst Communications, Inc. Elvis Radio logo © EPE Reg. U.S. Pat & TM
off. IndyCar (and Design) are registered trademarks of Brickyard Trademarks, Inc.,
used with permission. Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with
permission of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc. Visit the official website at MLB.
com. Games subject to availability and change and may not include all spring training
games. All rights reserved. NASCARª is a registered trademark of the National
Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. The NBA identifications are the intellectual
property of NBA Properties, Inc. and the respective NBA member teams. © 2009
NBA Properties, Inc. © 2009 NFL Properties LLC. All NFL-related trademarks are
trademarks of the National Football League. NHL and the NHL Shield are registered
trademarks of the National Hockey League. © NHL 2009. All NHL logos and marks
and NHL team logos and marks depicted herein are the property of the NHL and
the respective teams and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent
of NHL Enterprises, L.P. The Home Ice® channel is a registered trademark of XM
Satellite Radio Inc. The Swinger Golfer logo is a registered trademark of PGA TOUR,
Inc. Visit xmradio.com/xmlineup for updates. All programming/channel lineup/XM
service subject to change or preemption. All other marks and logos are the property
of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Hardware, subscription and activation
fee required. Other fees and taxes may apply. Month-to-month subscriptions must
be activated via telephone. Hardware and subscription sold separately. Subscription
governed by XM Customer Agreement, which can be found at xmradio.com/
serviceterms. Prices and programming are subject to change. XM Radio U.S. service
only available in the 48 contiguous United States and the District of Columbia.
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Owners Record
Owner’s Record
The Radio model number is located below and the XM Radio ID is located on the label
on the back of the XMp3i.
Record the XM Radio ID in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers
whenever you call your dealer regarding this product.
Radio Model Number: XMp3i
XM Radio ID:___________________________
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Indoor/Outdoor Antenna Template
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1-1/8”
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