quick start guide - LASER Corporation

QUICK START GUIDE
MP3-L60
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Connections and Use
What’s in the Box
Basic Operation
Navigating the main menu
Music mode
Voice Record
Voice MODE (voice record Playback)
FM Radio
System Setting
Trouble Shooting / Q & A
Specifications
Warranty against Defects
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MP3-L60
PRODUCT CONNECTIONS AND USE
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USB Plug
Power Switch
LCD Display
Control Buttons
M – Menu
- Play / Pause
 - Previous / Decrease Volume
 - Next / Increase Volume
VOL - Volume
Dual Headphone Sockets
Micro SD Card Slot
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The power switch must be turned ON for charging.
Switch the power switch OFF when not in use.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
1 x MP3-L60 Player, 1 x Ear buds, 1 x User manual
BASIC OPERATION
Power On
Press and hold the
Power Off
Press and hold the
PLAY/PAUSE
PLAY/PAUSE
VOL
button until the “LASER” screen appears.
button until the “BYE” screen appears.
Press the
Volume Down
PC Connection
Press the
button, followed by the
button
Simply remove the USB cap and insert into any charging USB port. The
device can then be used as a removable flash drive to drag and drop
compatible music files
VOL
button, followed by the
PREVIOUS/NEXT
Volume Up
button
PREVIOUS/NEXT
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NAVIGATING THE MAIN MENU
Enter the main menu by PRESSING and HOLDING the
MENU
button then using the
PREVIOUS/NEXT
buttons to navigate. The subsequent modes are:
Music Mode, Record Mode, Voice Mode, Radio Mode and Settings Mode.
PLAY/PAUSE
Note: You may have to use the
entering back to the MAIN MENU.
button to stop playback eg from Radio, before
The following buttons are used to navigate menu MODES:
M Button (Press and hold)
To enter MAIN MENU
M Button (Press from main menu) To select a mode from the main menu or select an option
Once a mode has been selected, press the menu button to view options
M Button (Press from a mode)
for that mode.
Advance through radio stations, files, music, settings options and
Next / Previous button
volume
- Play and pause music playback
Play/Pause
- Press and hold to turn On or Off.
- Press to move backwards through menu options
Press to display the volume screen
Volume
(Then use the previous and next buttons to adjust volume)
MUSIC MODE
Select MUSIC MODE from the main menu. Use the
press the
PLAY/PAUSE
buttons to select a track then
button.
While the music is paused, you can press the
These are:
Local Folder
Delete file
Delete All
Exit
PREVIOUS/NEXT
MENU
button to access sub-menu options.
Indicate the folder used for playback
Delete the present playing song
Delete All songs
Return to previous screen
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While the music is playing, you can press the
These are:
Repeat
MENU
MP3-L60
button to access sub-menu options.
Choose how you would like to repeat the song
Choose Natural, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, or Jazz sound
settings
Choose to replay your song
Choose to replay specific segments of your song
Choose to replay song sections
Return to previous screen
Equalizer
Replay
Replay times
Replay gap
Exit
VOICE RECORD
Toggle to RECORD MODE from the main menu and press the
choice.
PLAY/PAUSE
Press the
Press and hold the
button to confirm your
button to start recording.
PLAY/PAUSE
Press the
MENU
button again to stop recording.
MENU
button to save the file and exit the screen.
Note: If “Memory full” is displayed please create more memory space be deleting unused files.
VOICE MODE (VOICE RECORD PLAYBACK)
Toggle to VOICE MODE from the main menu and press the
choice.
Use the
playback.
PREVIOUS/NEXT
Press and hold the
Press the
recordings.
MENU
MENU
buttons to select a voice file then press the
PREVIOUS/NEXT
button to confirm your
PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin
buttons to either fast forward or rewind through a file.
button to access the sub menu options where you can view or delete voice
FM RADIO
Toggle to RADIO MODE from the main menu and press the
choice.
MENU
button to confirm your
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Press the
PREVIOUS/NEXT
Press the
MENU
MP3-L60
buttons to manually tune in a radio station.
button to access the sub-menu options:
Save
Record
Delete
Delete all
Auto search
Normal band
Exit
Save your favorite radio station
Record live broadcast radio
Delete a previously saved station
Delete all previously saved radio stations
Search the radio station automatically
FM radio station
Return to the previous screen
SYSTEM SETTING
Toggle to SETTINGS MODE from the main menu and press the
choice.
MENU
PREVIOUS/NEXT
button to confirm your
MENU
Use the
buttons to toggle between the options and the
button to enter
or confirm your choice. The following options are: Ssystem Time, Backlight, Language, Power
Off, Contrast, Memory Info, Firmware Version, Firmware Upgrade (per instruction from the
LASER support team only) and Exit.
TROUBLE SHOOTING / Q & A
Unable to locate or
play files
Check that the file is in a MP3 format.
Check to see if the files are stored in a different directory.
Check the volume level
I can not hear music
from the earbuds
Check the earbuds connection plug is clean and not damaged
Check if your music file is compatible (ie. MP3).
Unable to transfer
files.
My computer doesn’t
not recognize my MP3
player
Check if you have enough space on your MP3-L60 to store your (new)
files.
Check to make sure that the USB cable is connected correctly to the PC
and to the MP3-L60.
Check that the USB cable is properly connected to your computer.
Try plugging the USB cable into a different USB Port, preferably the
one on the back of your computer instead of a USB hub
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MP3-L60
SPECIFICATIONS
Size
Weight
System Support
Memory Card
Power
Format
85.5 x 27.5 x 11.5mm
28g
Windows XP and above
Micro SD Card (Up to 32GB FAT32 Format)
Lithium-Ion Polymer
MP3
For further product information and instruction please visit our product web page at
www.laserco.com.au or email support@laserco.com.au
Please note: As continual improvements are made to this product, slight operational
differences may occur. For the most up-to-date user manual, please visit our web site
WARRANTY AGAINST DEFECTS
Laser Corporation Pty Ltd (“Laser”) warrants your new product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for 12 months, from the date of purchase, provided that the product is used in accordance with
accompanying recommendations or instructions where provided. The benefit of this warranty is in addition to your
rights under the Australian Consumer Law and to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in
relation to the goods or services to which the warranty relates. Through a network of retailers and resellers, Laser
will provide you with your choice of a refund, repair or exchange (where possible) for this product if it becomes
defective within the warranty period. This warranty will no longer apply where the defect is a result of alteration,
accident, misuse, abuse, normal wear and tear, neglect or improper storage.
Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase
How to make a product warranty claim:
Step 1: Find your receipt which proves the date of purchase. Where the date of purchase cannot be verified, your
place of purchase or Laser will make an assessment based on the date of manufacture, the condition of the Laser
Product and the type of defect. Step 2a): Contact your place of purchase. They will assess the nature of the fault
and refund or replace the product as per their store refund or warranty policy. Step 2b): If your place of purchase
cannot be contacted, then you can contact Laser . Customer Service with details of your defective Laser Product:
Phone: (02) 9870 3388; or Email: service@laserco.com.au or online www.laserco.com.au/warranty (click on
“Consumers (End Users)”). Our business address is at 1/6-8 Byfield Street, North Ryde, NSW 2113
Step 3: Laser . will issue you with a Return Authorisation (RA) number within 48 hours. When requested, send us
the defective Product and a copy of your receipt. Laser will cover the cost of the return delivery.
Step 4: Wait for us to contact you. Once we have received your defective Laser Product for inspection, we will
inform you of our assessment of your claim within 7 days. When we contact you, we will firstly let you know
whether you have a valid claim under this Warranty, and if so, we will inform you whether your defective Laser
Product will be replaced or repaired, together with the number of days you can expect to wait to receive your
replaced or repaired Laser Product.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to
a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or
damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality
and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
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