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Aigo MP5901 User manual
MP5 Player MP5901
User Manual
(Version 1.0)
aigo MP5901
Important Notice
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Copyrights/ Trademarks Information
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aigo logo is registered trademark of Beijing Huaqi Information &
Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
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Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows and the Windows logo are
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
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SRS WOW is the registered trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
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All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners and are hereby recognized as such.
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The information on this manual is prepared with the current player
specifications. aigo reserves the right to make design and
specification changes for product improvement without prior notice.
Actual contents may differ slightly from those pictured.
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Unauthorized duplication of any recordings downloaded from the
internet or made from audio CDs is a violation of copyright laws
and international treaties.
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Copyright© 2006 by Huaqi Information Technology (Singapore) Pte
Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Always Keep a Copy of Your Original Data
Before you deliver your product for warranty services please backup all
data, including all software programs. You will be responsible for
reinstalling all data. Data recovery is not included in the warranty
service and aigo is not responsible for data that may be lost or
damaged during transit or a repair.
Safety Instructions
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Do not expose to extreme temperatures.
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Do not allow any liquid form into the device.
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Do not apply or subject the player to excessive pressure.
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Do not expose to direct sunlight or heat sources.
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Do not try to disassemble and repair the device yourself.
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Do not expose device to chemicals such as benzene or thinner.
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Do not store device in dusty or damp area.
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aigo will claim no responsibility for any damage on data loss due
to breakdown, repair or other causes.
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Contents
Important Notice................................................................................ 1
Product Features ......................................................................... 5
Package Contents........................................................................ 6
Components Overview ................................................................ 7
Charging the battery.................................................................. 10
Get Started....................................................................................... 11
USB connection to PC................................................................11
Disconnecting the USB Disk from the computer..................... 12
Keypad Definition ...................................................................... 14
Power ON ................................................................................... 14
Power OFF.................................................................................. 15
Music .......................................................................................... 15
Video........................................................................................... 19
Photo .......................................................................................... 21
eBook ......................................................................................... 23
Stop Watch ................................................................................. 24
Radio .......................................................................................... 25
Record ........................................................................................ 27
Explorer ...................................................................................... 28
Setting ........................................................................................ 28
Technical Specifications................................................................. 30
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Before Using the Player
Product Features
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2.8'' LCD screen.
Expandable memory Micro SD Card.
Video playback - RM/RMVB, DAT, AVI (DivX, Xvid), MPG, MPEG
format.
Audio playback - MP3, WMA, APE and FLAC format.
Supports photo browsing in JPEG, BMP and GIF format.
Built-in MIC for high quality digital voice recording in WAV format.
Text viewer in TXT format.
Synchronous lyrics display in LRC format.
Mini USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible).
Built-in rechargeable li-polymer battery.
- Audio Playback (Maximum up 7 hours*).
- Video Playback (Maximum up 2.5 hours**).
Supports Windows 2000 (SP3) and Windows XP.
*Audio - Based on an MP3 song encoded at 128kbps; using bundled
earphone; volume set to 15; standard built-in EQ mode selected; Display
status is hide.
**Video - Based on a RMVB video data rate encoded at 400kbps; using
bundled earphone; volume set to 15; the brightness settings 3; resolution
settings 480x360;
Note: Actual battery life will vary with use.
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Package Contents
MP5 Player MP5901
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Components Overview
Top view
LCD
Front view
LCD
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Bottom view
Mini USB port
Earphone jack
Back and side view
Speaker
MIC
Reset hole
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Hold key
ON/OFF
Note: As for the button operation mentioned in the User's Manual, “Press &
hold” refers to press & hold the button for 3 seconds and release. “Press”
refers to press the button and release it immediately.
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Charging the battery
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Always charge up battery fully before initial use. (Approximately 8
hours).
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If the battery level is low, please charge it immediately. Otherwise
the player will shut down automatically or unable to power ON.
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The battery life varies depending on the music volume level
settings and backlight display etc.
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In order to protect the battery condition, we recommend that you
charge it every 4 months if you are not using it for a very long time.
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You may charge the player via AC Power Adaptor (Optional) or via
USB cable connection with the computer.
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Get Started
USB connection to PC
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Connect one end of the supplied mini USB cable to the player.
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Connect the other end of the mini USB cable to the computer.
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When the connection is successful, the player will display the
connection icon. You may now transfer any audio and video files
into the player via the computer. To transfer the files, simply copy
and paste the files on the computer to the player directory.
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Disconnecting the USB Disk from the computer
For Windows 2000 or Windows XP, please follow the “Safely Remove
Hardware” procedure on the computer. A “Safely Remove Hardware”
icon will be displayed in the computer’s system tray as shown in
diagram below.
- Move the mouse over the icon, the “Safely Remove Hardware”
prompt appears.
- Double click on “Safely Remove Hardware” icon and the “Safely
Remove Hardware” windows will be displayed. Select the device to be
disconnected and click on “Stop” button to end the connection between
the computer and the device.
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- Next, “The USB Mass Storage Device can now be safely removed
from the system” will be displayed.
- Finally, disconnect and safely unplug the device from the USB port on
your computer.
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Keypad Definition
- Press: Press & release.
- Press & hold: Press & hold for 3 seconds and release.
Power ON
- Press & hold ON/OFF button to turn ON player and enter main menu.
- In main menu, displayed 9 available menu modes respectively: Music,
Video, Photo, eBook, Radio, Stop Watch, Record, Explorer, and
Settings.
- Go into the function mode by touch the corresponding icon.
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Power OFF
- In main menu, press & hold ON/OFF button to turn OFF the player.
Music
1. Enter music mode
Touch the music icon to go into the music mode list. In the music list, it
includes “All Music”, “Artist”, “Album”, “Genre”, “My Favorite”, “Record”,
“Dir List” and “MediaLib Update”.
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All Music: Select and touch “All Music” option to go into music list, all
music files will be displayed.
This player supports browser by “Artist”, “Album”, “Genre”.
My Favorite: Touch the “Menu” option in the music list, the picture
shown as below, that the file selected can be added to “My Favorite”.
Record: Browse and play back voice recording files.
Dir List: Browse and play back music files sorted by dir list.
MediaLib Update: Select this option, the different files will be classified
to the corresponding mode. When new file(s) is copied into the player,
please remember to do MediaLib update in time.
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2. Music Interface
Menu
Back
EQ
Repeat
Volume down
Volume up
Last/Backward
Next/Fast forward
Play/Pause
Volume adjustment: Touch
or
icon to adjust the volume up or
down.
Play/Pause: Touch
icon to switch.
Backward/Fast forward: Long time touch
or
icon.
Last/Nest: Touch
or
icon.
Music setting menu: Touch
icon.
Back to the last interface: Touch
icon.
A-B repeat: Touch A-B icon to set point A and point B.
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Enter music setting menu, select the option by touching
and touch the selected option again to confirm.
or
icon,
Repeat Mode: Once, Repeat, All, All repeat and Intro.
Play Mode: In Oder and Shuffle.
MSEQ: 3D, Bass and LEQ.
EQ Sel: Normal, MSEQ, Rock, Pop, Classic, Bass, Jazz and User EQ.
User EQ Setup: Manual setup EQ.
Display: ID3, Lyric, Freq Chart and Closed.
Note: Lyrics file must be saved as the same name and same folder with the
song and the format must be in standard .LRC.
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Video
1. Enter video mode
Touch video icon from the main menu and go into the video play list
mode.
2. Video file selected
Select the video file by touching or icon, and touch the selected
file again to play.
3. Video interface
Play/Pause
Last/Backward
Next/Fast forward
Volume down
Volume up
Video menu
Back
Volume adjustment: Touch
or
icon to adjust the volume up or
down.
Play/Pause: Touch
icon to switch.
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Backward/Fast forward: Long time touch
Last/Nest: Touch
or
icon.
Video setting menu: Touch
icon.
Back to the last interface: Touch
icon.
or
icon.
This player supports continuously play, system will memorize the track
that video exit last time. The same video played next time; a hint will be
display as below:
Select “Yes” to continue to play from the track that memorize last time.
Select “No” to play form the beginning.
During the video play back, touch
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icon, the menu will come out:
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Select time play: Touch
or
icon to switch hours or minutes,
touch
or
icon to set the time, touch
icon, video will be
played back from the setting time.
LCD screen expend: Normal and Full screen.
Photo
1. Enter photo mode
Touch photo icon from the main menu and go into the photo list mode.
2. Photo file selected and play back
Select the photo file by touching or icon, and touch the selected
file again to play.
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3. Photo browsing interface
Back
Photo setting
Full screen
Last
Next
Last/Next photo: Touch
or
icon.
Back to the last interface: Touch
icon. Touch X icon to full screen
view.
Touch
icon during a photo is playing back; the menu list will come
out: Rotate Right, Rotate Left, Zoom In and Zoom Out.
After photo zoom in, the photo can be move by touching
icon. Note: GIF format does not support rotate, zoom in and zoom out.
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eBook
1. Enter ebook mode
Touch ebook icon from the main menu and go into ebook list mode.
2. ebook file selected
Select the ebook file by touching or icon, and touch the selected
file again to play.
3. Ebook browsing interface
Last page
Next page
Menu
Back
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Touch MENU icon, the ebook menu will come out: Page Jump, Save
Mark, Load Mark, Del Mark, Set Font, Set color, Browser Mode and
Flip Time.
Note: Auto Mode should be selected from browser mode; auto page jump
can be available.
Stop Watch
Touch stop watch icon from main menu, touch icon to start stop
watch, touch
icon again to stop, touch
icon to reset the stop
watch, touch
icon to exit stop watch mode.
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Radio
1. Enter radio mode
Touch radio icon from the main menu and go into radio interface.
2. Radio interface
FM recording
Setting menu
Back
Volume down
Volume up
Last channel
Next channel
Touch
icon under radio interface, the menu will come out:
Manual search: Touch
or
icon to adjust the frequency.
Auto search: Automatically adjust the frequency and save the channel.
Preset mode: Touch
or
icon to switch the channel saved
when this mode is selected.
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Save channel: Save the channel that adjusted by manual search
mode.
Delete channel: Delete the preset channel.
Stereo switch: On/OF stereo.
Region: China, Japan, USA, Europe and Campus Radio.
FM record: Select this option, the current radio channel will be
recorded, this function is also available by touching
icon from radio
interface. (Please refer the recording operation for more details.)
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Record
1. Enter record mode
Touch record icon from the main menu and go into record interface.
2. Record interface
Setting menu
Back
Recording time
Current quality
Pause record
Save record
Start record
Touch
icon to start recording, touch
icon to pause recording,
touch
icon to stop recording and the hint will come out, select
“Yes”, the recording file will be saved; or select “No” to ignore.
Touch
icon from record interface, the recording menu will come out:
Volume: 1-5 levels.
Quality: Low rate and high rate.
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Explorer
1. Enter the explorer mode
Touch explorer icon from the main menu, and go into explorer
interface.
2. Files operation
Select file by touching
or icon, and touch the selected file again to
play.
Touch MENU icon, the delete menu will come out, touch Delete File to
delete a file that selected, touch Exit to cancel delete and back to
explorer interface.
Setting
1. Enter the setting mode
Touch setting icon form the main menu, and go into setting interface.
2. Setting operation
• Display Setting:
1. Light Time: 5Sec, 10Sec, 15Sec, 20Sec, 30Sec and Always On
2. Brightness: One, Two, Three, Four and Five.
3. Light Mode: All Dark and Penumbra.
4. Display Status: Hide and Display.
• System Setting:
1. Upgrade
2. Restorable
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3. USB Mode: USB: Connect to computer as a removable disk.
MTP: This player supports Microsoft DRM 10
function, before using this function; make sure
Windows Media Player 10 is installed in
Windows XP.
DeskTop: Desk1, Desk2, Desk3, Desk4, Desk5, Desk6, Desk7
Desk8
Time Setting:
1. Time
2. Date
Language: Chinese and English.
System Information: Display the player’s details like manufacture,
product name, firmware version, hardware ID, local memory size
and card memory size.
AutoShut Time: 3Mins, 5Mins, 10Mins, 15Mins, 20Mins and No
automatic shutdown.
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Technical Specifications
Mode
Item
Video format
Video
LCD Display
Supported
Resolution
Audio Type
Audio Format
Bit Rate
Audio
Picture
Frequency Range
SNR
(Signal-to-Noise
Ratio)
Picture Format
Description
RM, RMVB, AVI(DIVX/XVID),
MPEG(MPEG1), MPG(MPEG1),
DAT(MPEG1)
Resolution≤640×480
Data Rate≤650Kbps
Frame Rate: 24fps
2.8 Inch LTPS LCD screen
640×480
MPEG1 layer3(80kbps~320kbps
32KHz-48KHz)
MP3(MPEG1.0 Layer3), WMA, APE, FLAC
MP3 64kbps~320kbps, WMA 64kbps~
320kbps, APE≤1500Kbps, FLAC≤
1500Kbps
20Hz~20KHz
≥75dB
JPG(Resolution≤4096×3072)
BMP(Resolution≤4096×3072)
GIF(Resolution≤1024×768)
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Mode
Text
Recording
Power
Supply
Item
Text Format
Recording Mode
Recording Format
Power Adapter
Battery
Charging Time
Video Playback
Playback
Hours
Audio Playback
Others
Storage Capacity
Interface
Expandable Card
Format
Dimension
Weight
System
Requirements
Description
TXT
Built-in MIC
WAV
USB DC5V 0.7A
Lithium battery 500mA
2.5 hours (Power adapter)
3 hours (USB charging)
2.5 hours.
(Based on Video format RMVB, resolution
≤480×360, Bit Rate≤400Kbps,
earphone output, volume level 15 and
brightness level 3.)
7 hours
(Based on Audio format MP3, Bit Rate at
128Kbps, Sample Rate at 44.1KHz, EQ Sel
is Normal, Light Time is 5sec, Light Mode
is all dark, earphone output and volume
level 15).
1GB / 2GB / 4GB / 8GB
Mini USB2.0
MicroSD Card
78×54×12 (mm)
Approximately 45g (Lithium battery)
Windows2000/XP
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