Instruction manual | COBY electronic MP-CD475 Portable Multimedia Player User Manual

Portable MP3/CD Player with
AM/FM Radio and USB Port
MP-CD475
Instruction Manual
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
For Customer Use:
Enter below the serial number that is located on the
bottom of the unit. Retain this information for future
reference.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK)
OF THE UNIT. REFER SERVICING ONLY TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Model No.
MP-CD475
Serial No.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operation and servicing instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING:
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this device to rain or moisture.
WARNING:
Handling the cords on this product will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, and
birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
CAUTION:
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot of outlet and fully insert.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
For recycling or disposal information about this product, please contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org.
This unit incorporates a safety interlock mechanism that switches the laser beam on and off. When the disc
holder is open, the laser beam stops automatically. Do not attempt to defeat the safety interlock.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
1.
Read these instructions carefully. Keep these instructions for future reference.
2. Heed all warnings and follow all instructions.
3.
Do not expose to water or moisture.
4.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
5.
Keep objects away from ventilation openings. Do not block ventilation openings at any time.
6.
Do not install near any apparatus that produces heat such as stoves, radiators, amplifiers,
etc.
7.
Do not force the power plug into a wall outlet. If the plug provided does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. (A polarized plug has two blades
where one is wider than the other; the wide blade is provided for your safety.)
8. Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. Protect the cord from being walked on, pinched
by objects, or torn and exposed to liquids (especially at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point at which they exit from the device).
9.
Use only with attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Use of attachments/
accessories not recommended by the product manufacturer may be hazardous.
10. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with
the device. If a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/device combination to avoid
injury from tip over.
11. Unplug the unit during lightning storms. Unplug the device and remove any batteries when the
device will be unused for long periods of time.
12. Do not use headphones/earphones at high volume.
13. Do not open or attempt to repair this device. Refer all repairs to authorized service personnel.
Positioning the Unit:
•
The ventilation openings should not be impeded by covering them with items such as newspapers, table cloths, curtains, etc. Do not stand the unit on a thick pile carpet or otherwise
install it in a place with inadequate air flow.
•
Do not use the unit in excessively hot, cold, dusty, damp, or humid locations.
•
Condensation may form inside the CD player if the unit is left anywhere warm and damp, or
if you move the unit from a cold location to a warm room. In this case, let the unit stand for 1
to 2 hours or gradually increase the room temperature so that the unit will be dry before use.
•
Place the unit on a flat, even surface.
•
Do not place the unit where it is subject to vibration.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
03
Front View
02
01
04
05
Top View
18
16
06
07
17
08
15
14
09
13
10
12
11
Rear View
19
22
Voltage Selector Switch
(110/220 V) (bottom)
21
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS (Cont.)
1.
Speaker
.
LCD Display
.
FM Stereo Indicator
4.
USB Socket
5.
Telescopic FM Antenna
.
Radio Band Switch (FM Stereo, FM, AM)
7.
Next/Fast Forward Button
.
Play/Pause Button
.
Previous/Fast Reverse Button
10. Stop Button
11. Open/Close CD Door
1. Repeat Mode Button (REPEAT)
1. Folder Down Button
14. Program Button
15. Folder Up Button
1. Function Switch (CD/MP3/USB, Off, Radio)
17. Headphone Jack
1. Handle
1. Volume Dial
0. AC Power Jack
1. Battery Compartment
. Tuning Dial
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
Carefully unpack the main unit from its carton (do not attempt to connect anything at this stage).
The carton should contain the following items:
1.
Instruction Manual
.
Main Unit with AC Plug
If any of these items are missing, please consult your local retailer. Please retain the original packaging for future transport of this unit.
CARE & MAINTENANCE
Handling CDs
Hold a CD by its edges. Avoid touching the recorded side of the disc. To remove a CD from its storage case, press down on the center retention mechanism of the case and lift the disc out.
Cleaning CDs
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe off any fingerprints and dust from the playing surface of the disc. Wipe
in a straight line radially from the center to the outside edge of the disc. Small dust particles and
light stains will not affect playback quality.
•
Never use chemicals such as record sprays, anti-static sprays, benzene, or thinners to
clean your CDs.
•
To reduce the risk of scratches, always put CDs back in their case after use.
•
Do not subject CDs to prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, high humidity, or high temperatures.
•
Do not place stickers or labels on either side of the CD.
Cleaning the CD Player Lens
A dirty lens can cause CD playback to skip. If the lens is very dirty, the CD may not work at all.
Unplug the power supply, open the CD door, and clean the lens as follows:
•
For Dust or Dry Particles - use a camera lens brush/blower to blow on the lens a few times.
Then, wipe the lens gently with the brush, and blow on the lens once more.
•
For Fingerprints - use a dry cotton swab to wipe the lens in a straight line radially from the
center to the outside edge.
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GENERAL OPERATION
Power Sources
AC Power
Before connecting the unit to an AC outlet, make sure that the operating voltage of the unit has
been properly set to match the voltage of your local power supply (110V or 220V). The voltage
switch can be found on the bottom of the unit.
When you have confirmed that the proper voltage has been set, use the supplied AC power cord
to connect the unit to an AC outlet.
DC Power (Battery Operation)
Remove the battery compartment cover on the rear of the unit and insert 8 “C” batteries. Make
sure that the polarity of the batteries (+/-) match the markings on the inside of the battery compartment. Replace the battery compartment cover.
Stereo Headphone Jack
Make sure to lower the volume on the unit prior to use with headphones to avoid damage to your
hearing or the headphones.
For private listening, connect a pair of headphones to the headphone jack on the unit. The speakers on the unit will be disconnected during headphone use.
Power On / Function Modes
Use the Function switch to change the operation mode of the unit. Set the switch to “CD/MP3/
USB” to play CDs, MP3/WMA-CDs, or USB devices; set the switch to “Radio” to listen to the
radio (Radio mode); and set the switch to “Off” to turn off the unit.
RADIO OPERATION
Set the Function switch to the RADIO position to listen to AM/FM radio broadcasts.
•
To listen to FM broadcasts, set the Band switch to the FM or FM ST position (FM ST = FM
Stereo). The FM Stereo indicator will light up when the tuner is receiving an FM Stereo
broadcast.
To listen to AM broadcasts, set the Band switch to the AM position.
•
Extend the telescopic rod antenna fully and adjust its position to obtain the best FM broadcast reception. The AM antenna is built into the unit; turn or move the entire unit to obtain
the best AM reception.
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Turn the tuning dial to change the radio station.
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MP3/CD/USB OPERATION
Set the Function switch to the CD/MP3/USB position to listen to MP3/WMA-CDs, regular
audio CDs, or MP3/WMA files from a USB device.
The player will enter MP3/CD mode by default. Press and hold
and hold
again to return to MP3/CD mode.
to switch to USB mode; press
MP3-CD and CD Operation
What is an MP3-CD?
MP3-CDs are CDs that contain MP3 music files. Approximately 200 files can fit on one 700MB
CD — in comparison, a regular audio CD can fit approximately 20 tracks. Each MP3 file on the
MP3-CD is recognized by the player as an audio track. The “Folder Up” and “Folder Down” make
it easier to find and play a MP3-CD track.
This player can also play WMA music files. WMA files may be played in the same manner as MP3
files, however, some WMA files may contain restrictions (DRM). This player will not play DRMprotected WMA files.
If you own a computer equipped with a CD-R/RW burner and the appropriate mastering software, you
may create your own MP3/WMA-CDs (see your burner or computer’s documentation for more information). When creating an MP3/WMA-CD, it is advisable to organize your music files in folders. The
player will recognize these folders as “Albums”.
Loading a CD
•
Press the OPEN/CLOSE CD Door button to
open the CD door.
•
Place the CD in the compartment with the label
side facing up.
•
Close the CD door. Once the door is closed,
the CD will spin briefly and the total number
of tracks on the CD will be shown on the LCD
Display.
Playing a CD
With a CD loaded, press
to start playback.
The LCD Display will show the track number being
played.
•
To pause playback, press
playback, press
again.
•
To select the next track, press
. To fast
forward through the current track, press and
hold
.
•
To select the previous track, press
. To
reverse through a track, press and hold
.
•
To stop playback, press
. To resume
.
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Notes
• Do not force the CD door open
or closed at any time.
• Keep the CD door closed when
the unit is not in use to prevent
dirt and dust from entering the
CD compartment.
• Do not put anything other than
a CD in the CD compartment as
other objects may damage the
play mechanism.
• Never insert more than one CD
at a time.
• If a CD is deeply scratched or
too dirty, it may not play (see the
Care & Maintenance section for
more information).
• Never remove a CD from the compartment while it is still spinning.
MP3/CD/USB OPERATION
•
For MP3/WMA CDs: If there are multiple folders on the CD, the player will recognize each of
folder as an album. Press “FOLDER UP” to select the next folder. The player will briefly display
the selected folder (Album) number. Press “FOLDER DOWN” to select the previous folder.
•
When a folder has been selected (the LCD Display will flash the ALBUM number), press
or
to select a track within the selected folder.
USB Operation
This player can play MP3 and WMA digital music files from a USB device (eg, USB thumbdrives,
Compact Flash and SD/MMC card readers, MP3 players, etc.) Please see the What is an MP3CD? section for details about MP3 and WMA files.
Connecting a USB Device
1.
Plug the USB device into the USB port located beneath the LCD Display.
.
Set the Function Switch to the CD/MP3/USB position.
3.
Press and hold
•
to place the player in USB mode. The LCD Display will show “USB”.
It may take some time for the player to recognize all the files and folders on the USB
device, particularly if there is an excessive number of files.
Playing MP3s and WMAs from the USB Device
With the USB device connected, press
number being played.
to start playback. The LCD Display will show the track
•
To pause playback, press
•
To select the next track, press
•
To select the previous track, press
•
If there are multiple folders on the USB device, the player will recognize each of folder as an
album. Press “FOLDER UP” to select the next folder. The player will briefly display the selected
folder (Album) number. Press “FOLDER DOWN” to select the previous folder.
•
•
. To resume playback, press
again.
.
.
When a folder has been selected (the LCD Display will flash the ALBUM number), press
or
to select a track within the selected folder.
To stop playback, press
.
Repeat Play Modes
You can set the unit to play a tracks repeatedly. Press REPEAT to cycle through the different
Repeat mode options. To cancel Repeat mode, press REPEAT until the LCD Display no longer
shows “REPEAT”.
•
Repeat One: Plays a single track repeatedly.
•
Repeat Folder (MP3-CD and USB mode only): Plays the tracks in a folder repeatedly.
•
Repeat All: Plays the entire CD repeatedly. If the unit is in Program mode, the unit will play
the entire Program list repeatedly (see the Program Mode section for details).
•
Random: Plays all tracks in a random order.
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MP3/CD/USB OPERATION
Program Mode
You can set the unit to play tracks on the CD or USB
device in a predetermined order. To create a programmed track list:
Notes
• The program list can store a
maximum of 20 tracks.
1.
Press to make sure that playback has
stopped.
.
Press PROG once. The LCD Display will show
“P01”.
• The program list will be lost if
STOP is pressed twice, the CD
door is opened, or the unit is
turned off.
.
Use the
,
, FOLDER UP, or FOLDER
DN buttons to select a track to program (the
LCD Display will show the track number)
and then press PROG to add the track to the
program list. The LCD will now show the next
Program track number (eg, “P02”).
4.
Repeat Step 3 until you have finished adding
tracks to the program list.
• If
is pressed before PROG
during track selection, the track
will not be added to the program
list. The player will start playing
the CD/USB device from the first
selected track instead.
5.
Press
twice.
to start Program mode playback. To cancel Program mode playback, press
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
AC: 110/220V 50/60Hz Dual Voltage
DC: 12V (8 x “C” Batteries) (not included)
Frequency Range
AM: 530 - 1710 kHz
FM: 88 - 108 MHz
Power Consumption
14W
Output Power
1.2W RMS x 2 channels
CD Player
Optical Pickup
3-beam, semi-conductor laser
Frequency Response
100Hz - 10 kHz
USB Port
Interface
USB 1.1
Disk Format
FAT
General
Headphones:
3.5mm stereo plug, 8 - 32 Ohms
Product Size:
10.1” x 4.6” x 7.9” (WHD)
COBY Electronics Technical Support
Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM–11:00 PM EST
Saturday to Sunday, 9:00 AM–11:00 PM EST
Email:
techsupport@cobyusa.com
Phone:800-681-2629 or 718-416-3197
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