Visual Land V-CLIP PRO 903 Specifications

V-CLIP PRO MANUAL
903 Series
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table Of Contents
Battery Level and Charging
Powering On/Off The Player
How to Upload Music
Playing Music
Play Modes
Voice Record
Playing Recorded Files
FM Radio
Built-In Speaker
System Settings
USB Disk
Troubleshooting
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The V-Clip Pro is a digital audio player of a new
generation. It supports various file formats such as
MP3, WMA, and WAV. With great sound and tone
quality, and a sleek appearance the V-CLIP PRO is
great for everyone. Product design and specifications may change without prior notice. Please read
this manual carefully before using your player. We
hope that you enjoy your mp3 player.
BATTERY LEVEL AND CHARGING
The built in lithium battery can be charged when it is
connected to your computer’s USB port (as long as
your computer and your player are powered on.) You
may also charge the player with a USB wall charger
(sold separately). The player employs a multi-level
battery-monitoring icon. If all the bars are present
then the player is fully charged. As the bars vanish
the player is using up its power. When all the bars
are gone, the player should be recharged.
POWERING ON AND OFF THE PLAYER
To turn your player on you must slide the on/off
switch to the “ON” position. To turn off the player,
slide the on/off switch to the “OFF” position. If you
do not plan on using the player for an extended
amount of time you should also remember to switch
off the player to prolong the battery life.
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HOW TO UPLOAD MUSIC
In order to upload music you must first make sure
that your player is switched on and connected to
your computers USB port. (Note: If your computer
is running a pre Windows 98 operating system then
you will need to install the drivers from our website.)
You should then be able to find the MP3 player listed
as one of your drives. (You can generally find the
device by going to the start menu, clicking on “My
Computer” and then looking for a removable disk
drive.) After you have found your device you can
open it by double clicking the icon. Now you can
simply drag your Audio file into the device’s open
window. You can also create subfolders in order to
better organize your music.
PLAYING MUSIC
Music can be played in two different ways using
the V-CLIP PRO. The first way is through the ROOT
directory (the first window open through windows)
and the second way is through subfolders (folders
placed within the ROOT Directory). The easiest way
to play the music is by placing the music within the
ROOT directory and playing it from there, although
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not place folders within folders because the player
will not recognize any music placed more than one
folder deep.
To play music you want to start in the main menu of
your player.
1. Select the music icon by using the navigational
buttons until the word “Music” appears then hit
the menu button.
2. Select the song that you would like to listen to
by using the navigational buttons.
3. Hit the play button and enjoy.
If you would like to move between folders that you
have placed in the ROOT Directory then
1. Make sure that you are in the music function.
2. Make sure that your V-CLIP PRO is not playing
music.
3. Do a short press on the Menu button.
4. Select local folder, you will then be given a list
of all the folders that you have placed in the
player’s ROOT Directory. Once you have found
the folder that you would like you can hit the
Menu button to select that folder.
5. You can now move between songs with the
navigational buttons. Once you have found the
song that you are looking for hit play to listen to
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the song of your choice.
NOTE: Long press on the menu button to get into the
main menu.
PLAY MODES
When playing music and recorded files different
modes can be selected (Repeat, shuffle, etc.). The
first option in the play submenu is Play Mode. The
player will play files according to the mode selected.
VOICE RECORD
The V-CLIP PRO has a great recording option. You
can use the “Record” feature, which will allow you to
record directly from the built in microphone.
To record sounds you want to start of in the main
menu of your player:
1. Select the record icon by using the navigational
buttons until the word “Record” appears then
hit the menu button.
2. Once you are in the record menu just do a short
press on the play button to start recording.
3. To pause recording do a short press on the play
button.
4. To stop recording do a long press on the play
button.
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Choose the recording quality:
1. Short press on the menu button to enter the
rec. submenu
2. Select “REC Type” then do a short press on the
menu button.
3. Select the record style that you would like, then
do a short press on the menu button.
NOTES:
• Please ensure that the player has enough battery power to remain on during the duration of
the recording session or else information might
be lost.
• The recorded sound is recorded and saved
in the directory that was selected before the
recording was started. You can select this
folder by hitting the menu button while in the
record menu while the player is not recording.
While in the <Stop Menu> select “local folder”
then choose the folder that you would like the
recorded files to be saved in.
• If the screen displays “Space Full” then the
memory is full and you must delete some files in
order to make room for the new-recorded files.
• Only the play button and menu botton retain any
functionality in record mode.
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PLAYING RECORDED FILES
1. Enter the main menu
2. Use the select button in order to find “Voice”
mode then do a short press on the menu button
to select this option.
3. Once you are inside the Voice mode you can hit
“play” to listen to the recorded files.
4. You can use the skip buttons in order to move
between files.
5. The subfolder system is used the same why as it
is in the Music mode.
FM RADIO
1. From the main menu Select FM Mode then do a
short press on the menu button.
2. You can move between stations by using a short
press on the skip buttons.
3. To do an auto search you can do a long press
on the skip buttons. If you would like to stop the
search do a short press on the skip buttons.
4. To save a radio station hit menu while the radio
is playing. Then select “save” in the FM Sub
Menu, the station should now be saved.
5. To listen to the saved station simply do a short
press on the play button while listening to the
radio. If there are more than one saved radio
stations you can do more short presses on the
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play button and the player should move through
the saved stations in sequence.
NOTE: You can also record from the FM radio. To
do this, do a short press on the menu button while
listening to the FM Radio. While in the FM submenu
select either “Long REC” or “Fine REC” depending
on the quality of recording you need by doing a short
press on the menu button. You will then be taken to
record mode, but you will be able to continue listening to the FM Radio.
BUILT-IN SPEAKER
By default the built-in speaker is activated. To deactivate the built-in speaker the headphones must be
plugged into the player.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
To get to the system settings, go to the main menu
and select system settings. Within system setting
you will find most of the options related to the everyday use of your V-CLIP PRO. There are many different tools within system settings that can alter the
functionality of the player. It is not recommended to
change the system settings unless you are confident
with MP3 player.
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Record time: set the time and date when
recorded file are saved
Backlight: set LCD usage mode to save power
Language: select the language to be displayed
Power Off: set a fixed time that the player may
turn power off automatically
Display Mode: set to Automatic or Manual
Contrast: adjust background color
Online Mode: this is an option specially designed for “Private Space” function
Memory info: shows memory capacity and
percentage that has been used
Firmware Version: shows firmware version
Firmware Upgrading: not available
Exit: exit from current interface
USB DISK
This player support standard USB disk function with
the operating systems Windows98, Windows2000,
Mac OS 10.3 and above, and Linux Redhat 8.0
and above. The player also supports power supply
through the USB port. You can use the player while
it is plugged into an active USB port by pressing the
menu button to exit stand by mode.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No sound is heard from headphone.
Check whether Volume is set to “0” and connect the
headphone plugs firmly.
Check whether the headphone plug is dirty.
Corrupted MP3 may make a static noise and the
sound may cut off. Make sure that the music files
are not corrupted.
FM Reception is poor.
Adjust the position of the headphone and player.
Turn off the power of other electric devices near the
player.
The headphones may be used as the antenna.
FCC Part 15: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation of this product 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.
FCC Warning: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible to compliance with the FCC Rules could void
the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
DISCLAIMER
1. Without the company’s written permission, any form of reproduction, transmission, distribution and storage of any of the
contents of this manual is prohibited.
2. In the course of the preparation of this manual the contents are
accurate and complete, but we do not guarantee this manual is
without any errors or omissions.
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The company is not responsible for errors or omissions.
We reserve the right to make changes to this manual without
prior notice.
In any case, we are not responsible for any losses or damages
caused by this manual.
NOTES
This manual is intended to inform users of the proper use of player
to ensure that the player’s in good condition, please read carefully
and follow.
• Do not severely impact (by dropping, hitting, etc.) the player.
• Do not clean player with benzene, thinner and other chemicals.
• Please do not put the player close to a strong magnetic field or
electric field.
• Please avoid direct light or heating appliances.
• Do not attempt to repair or modify the player.
• Do not attempt to replace the battery.
• Do not listen to the player using headphones at a high volume,
so as to avoid adverse effects on hearing.
• Please dispose of packaging waste, batteries, old electronic
products according to its classification.
If you have a problem with your player please visit
our website and view our support pages.
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