Tru Serenity MP3 Music On Hold Player User guide

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1 x Tru Serenity 1 x 9v mains power adapter 1 x 3.5mm audio lead 1 x 3.5mm to RCA adapter 4 x Velcro pads 1 x SC Card containing 8 License free tracks o 4 x License free tracks with no comfort message o 4 x License free tracks with comfort message Layout LED
Volume Control SD Card Slot
Power 1 Line Output (600Ω) Audio Out (8Ω) Putting Music onto the Player Out of the box the Tru Serenity comes with 8 license free tracks, 4 of them have reassurance messages played intermittently. By default the tracks with the reassurance messages are turned on. To add/remove music to the player, remove the SD card from the side of the Tru Serenity and put it into a card reader that is either external or built into a laptop/PC. Open the SD card using My Computer (Windows) this will show all 8 tracks, 4 of them will be in MP3 format and 4 in MPX format. The ones that are in MPX format are turned off, to turn them on simply rename the file from “05 BRIGHT LIGHT.mpx” to “05 BRIGHT LIGHT.mp3”. To add music to the SD card just copy and paste mp3 files into the SD card. When finished remove the SD Card from the laptop/PC and put back into the Tru Serenity. NOTE: The player will play all music that is turned on (in mp3 format) and will play in order. If you have licensed music on a CD and would like to put it onto the Tru Serenity, then it can be done by inserting the CD into the laptop/PC and copying the music files to the SD Card. NOTE: Files from a CD may not be in MP3 format and may need converting. 2 Installation & Connectivity The Tru Serenity can be fixed to a wall or any flat surface using the Velcro pads which are provided in the box. To start the Tru Serenity plug the 9v mains in to the power connector, when switched on at the mains the LED will light up red, if the SD card is inserted into the Tru Serenity then the LED is flash red. When the LED is flashing red this is an indication that music is playing. To connect the Tru Serenity to the Telephone system, plug the 3.5mm jack into the Audio Out jack and then the other end either into a 3.5mm Jack, or use the adapter to convert to an RCA jack. If the connection is different the end of the 3.5mm audio cable can be cut off to reveal blue and orange wires which can then be soldered. 3