Coredy CR-B5 Digital Voice Recorder Help Guide

Help Guide
Coredy CD-B5 Digital Voice Recorder
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Prepearing the Recorder ……………………………………………………………………....... 1
1. Parts and Controls ………………………………………………………………………….... 1
2. Display windows ………………………………………………………………………...….... 2
3. Power ………………………………………………………………………………….....…..... 5
Method 1. Recharging the battery using a Computer ……………….................…..... 5
Method 2. Recharging the battery using a USB AC adapter (not supplied) ….…...... 7
Method 3. Inserting a battery ………………......………………......…………….…...... 8
4.Turning the power on ………………......………………......………………......................... 9
5. Preventing Unintentional Operations (HOLD) ……………….......................................... 10
6. Memory card ………………......………………......………………......……………............. 11
7. Setting the Display Language ………………......………………......………………........... 12
8. Setting the Clock ………………......………………......………………......……….............. 13
9. Selecting a Folder /a File using Folder view menu ………………......……………........... 15
Recording Files ……………………………………………………………………..................... 16
1. Basic Recording ………………......………………............................................................ 16
Monitoring recording .................................................................................................. 17
2. Selecting a recording mode ............................................................................................ 18
3.Selecting the save position .............................................................................................. 19
4. Changing the Recording Record Folder ......................................................................... 19
5. Adjusting the recording volume according to distance--The AGC function .................... 20
6. Recording from other equipment .................................................................................... 21
7. Setting auto record ......................................................................................................... 22
8. Tips for better recording ................................................................................................. 23
Playing Files …………………………………………………………………….......................... 24
1. Basic Playback ............................................................................................................... 24
2. Selecting music/ record file to play back ........................................................................ 26
3. Adjusting the playback speed ......................................................................................... 27
4. Adjusting the playback Equalizer ................................................................................... 27
5. Changing the Playback Mode ........................................................................................ 28
6. Playing back a specified section repeatedly : A-B repeat .............................................. 29
7. Bookmark ....................................................................................................................... 31
8. Listening with better sound quality ................................................................................. 32
Erasing Files …………………………………………………………………….......................... 33
1. Erasing one File .............................................................................................................. 33
2. Erasing All Files in a Folder ............................................................................................ 34
Editing Files ……………………………………………………………………........................... 35
1. Cutting an audio : File cutting function ........................................................................... 35
2. Dividing an audio : File cut apart function …………………………...............……........... 36
3. Inserting new recording into an audio : File Insert function ……...............………........... 37
4. Adding new recording at the end of the audio : File connect function .....………........... 38
Playing the FM Radio ……………………………………………………………………............ 39
1. Tuning radio stations manually: Manual tune ……………………...............………........ 39
2. Tuning in an FM radio station automatically: Automatic scanning .............………........ 40
3. Presetting radio stations automatically: Auto tune ………………...............………........ 41
4. Registering radio stations …………………………...............………............………........ 42
5. Recording radio broadcasts ………………………...............………............………........ 44
Using Accessory Tools ……………………………………………………………………........ 45
1. Setting the Alarm ………………………...............………............……….....………......... 45
2. Setting Password for the recorder ……...............………............……….....……............ 47
3. Using the Stopwatch ……...............………............……….....………….....……............. 48
System Settings ……………………………………………………………………................... 49
1. Turning the Operation Beep sound on/ off- Key Tones ….....………….....……............. 49
2. Sleeping Timer: Automatically Power Off funciton ……….....………….....……............. 50
3. Back light Timer ………………………...............………............……….....………........... 51
4. Screen saver ………………………...............………............……….....………............... 51
5. Format Device ……………………...............………............……….....………................. 52
6. Factory Settings ……………………...............………............……….....……….............. 53
7. Information ……………………...............………............……….....………...................... 54
Utilizing Your Computer ……………………………………………………………………..... 55
1. Connecting the recorder to your computer …............……….....………........................ 55
Disconnecting the recorder from your computer ......……….....………................. 57
2. Copying Files from the Recorder to your computer ..……….....………......................... 58
3. Copying Music Files from Your Computer to the Recorder and Playing them Back … 59
Troubleshooting & Support …………………….........…………………………………........ 61
Additional Information ……………………………………………………………………........ 64
System requirements …………...............………............……….....………........................ 64
Main functions …………...............………............……….....………................................... 64
Recording quality specification …………...............………............………......................... 66
Storage Capacity …………...............………............……….....………............................... 66
Maximum recording time (8G Internal storage) ..……….....………................................... 67
Battery Life …………...............………............……….....………........................................ 67
Design and specifications ...………............……….....………............................................ 68
Precautions ..………............……….....………................................................................... 69
Warning ..………............……….....………......................................................................... 72
Preparing the Recorder
1. Parts and Controls
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Save button
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Confirm/Play button
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Volume up button
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Volume down button
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Rewind /Previous file button 16
Fast forward/ Next file button 17
M Menu button
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Escape button
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A-B A-B Repeat button
AGC Automatic Gain Control button
Erase button
Headphone jack
LINE IN Audio Line-in jack
Power-Hold switch
Reset button
Build-in stereo microphone
USB Jack
Build-in Speaker
Memory Card slot
2. Display windows
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Display of Home Menu page
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Battery indicator Displays the remaining battery power.
2)
Recordings You can display the the record setting page. To
start recording, press Rec button.
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Music You can select music files imported from a computer
and play them back.
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FM radio You can display the FM radio page, playing the FM
radio or to record FM radio broadcasts.
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Tools You can select and use tools like: Auto record, Alarm,
Stop Watch and Password.
6)
Folder view You can select a file or a folder of the recorder, to
playback.
7)
Set You can display the Settings menu and change various
settings on the recorder.
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The below and other windows in this section display indications, numbers, or
items for explanatory purposes. The actual windows may differ from those
displayed Here.
Display during recording
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Recording indicator: Appears while recorder is recording.
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Pause indicator: Appears while recording is pause.
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AGC
AGC indicator: Appears while Automatic Gain Control
function has turned on.
4) Save position indicator: Displays the folder where you will save
the recording.
5) Recording file name: Displays the name of current recording file.
6) Recording Format: Displays the recording format and bit rate
you are using.
7) File number: Displays total file numbers in the selected folder.
8) Recording counting time indicator.
9) Remaining recording time indicator.
Display during playback
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2) File Information indicator: Artist/ Albumn detail.
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3) Total file number indicator.
4) Audio playback time indicator.
A-B : appears when A-B repeat function is on.
: appears when repeat all playback mode is selected.
(1) : appears when repeat 1 playback mode is selected.
(I) : appears when View play mode is selected.
7) Playback status indicator
: appears when recorder is playing back audio file.
: appears when playback is pause.
Display when Hold status is ON
: Appears when the recorder is in the
HOLD status to prevent unintentional
operations.
To release the HOLD status, slide the
towards the center.
Power-Hold switch
Display during playing FM radio
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1) Radio channel indicator.
2) FM radio Frequency range reception indicator.
3) Unregistered channel indicator: appears when the channel is
unregistered.
4) Preset No. indicator: appears when the channel is registered in
the preset list.
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5) Audio time length indicator.
6) Playback mode indicator.
3. Power
Method 1. Recharging the battery using a Computer
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To USB port of
your computer
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1) In the stop mode, open the cover of the USB slot.
2) Connect the recorder to your computer via the USB cable
(Supplied).
Inset the micro USB end to the recorder, and the USB end to the USB port
of a running computer.
While the battery is charging,
“Charging” and the battery
animation is displayed.
When the battery is fully charged,
“Charged” appears.
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When you charge the recorder for the first time, or when you have not used the
recorder for a long time, charge the rechargeable battery until “Charged”
appears on the display. It takes about 5 hours to fully charge an exhausted
battery via a running computer.
Note
When you connect the recorder to a computer which is not running, the battery
will not be charged. Even if the computer is on, and the computer is in a mode
of reduced operation (standby or sleep), you cannot charge the battery.
Follow the procedures below; otherwise, when the recorder contains data files,
the files may be damaged or become unplayable.
1) Make sure that the operation indicator does not light.
2) Perform the following operation on your computer.
* On the Windows system tray at the bottom right of the desktop, left-click
the following icon
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Then, left-click “Eject xxx FlashDisk” (Windows 7, Windows 8), or “Safely
remove USB Mass Storage Device” (Windows XP, Windows Vista). The
icon and menu displayed can be different on different operating systems.
The icon may not be always displayed on the system tray depending on
your computer settings.
3) Disconnect the recorder from the USB port of the computer, and
unplug the USB cable from the recorder.
Hint
For details on disconnecting the recorder form your computer, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with your computer.
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Disconnecting the recorder from your running computer
Method 2. Recharging the battery using a USB AC adapter
(not supplied)
USB AC adapter
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* This is an approximation for the
time it takes to charge from no
remaining battery power to full
battery
power
at
room
temperature. It varies depending
on the remaining power and the
condition of the battery. It also
takes more time if the
temperature of the battery is low.
1) Connect an USB AC adapter (not supplied) to an AC outlet.
2) In the stop mode, open the cover of the USB slot.
3) Connect the recorder to the USB AC adapter via the USB Cable
(Supplied).
Inset the micro USB end to the recorder, and the USB end to the USB AC
adapter.
While the battery is charging, the battery indicator
is displayed in an
animation.
Note
Do not charge the recorder using the USB AC adapter during recording. Doing
so may damage the data.
Disconnecting the recorder from the USB AC adapter.
1) If you are using the recorder, stop recording/ playing back and turn
off the recorder first. (Refer to page 9 for detail)
2) Disconnect the recorder from the USB AC adapter, and then
disconnect the USB AC adapter from the AC outlet.
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You can charge the rechargeable battery of the recoder using a USB AC
adapter (not supplied).
It takes about 3 hours to fully charge an exhausted battery via the AC adapter.
(adapter output:5V-500mA). *
Method 3. Inserting a battery.
If you are using the recorder, stop recording/ playing back and turn off the
recorder first. (Refer to page 9 for detail)
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Slide and lift the battery compartment lid, and then insert an LR03
(size AAA) alkaline battery (not supplied) with correct polarity, and
close the lid.
When to replace the battery
The battery indicator on the display shows the battery condition.
Battery remain indication: “
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Replace the current battery with a new alkaline battery. The recorder
will stop operation.
4.Turning the power on
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Slide and hold the
Power-Hold switch in the direction of
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The “Welcome” animation appears, the Home Menu page displays.
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Turning the power off
Slide and hold the
Power-Hold switch in the direction of
“
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The “bye” animation appears, and the recorder is turned off.
Hint
When the recorder is in the stop mode, and you leave the recorder without
attempting an operation for approximately 1 minute, the auto power off function
will take effect.
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5. Preventing Unintentional Operations
(HOLD)
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You can disable all the button operations in order to prevent unintentional
operations (HOLD status) when you carry the recorder, etc.
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To disable the button operations (HOLD status)
Slide the
Power-Hold switch in the direction of “
disable the buttons while the power is on.
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” will appear for approximately 1 second, indicating that all the button
operations are disabled.
To enable the button operations
Slide the
Power-Hold switch towards the center.
Note
When the HOLD status is activated during recording, all the button operations
are disabled. To stop recording, cancel the HOLD status first.
6. Memory card
Inserting a memory card
1) In the stop mode, open the
cover of the memory card slot.
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2) Insert a memory card securely
into the end of the slot until it
clicks into place, as described
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Insert a TF (micro SD) card with the
terminal side facing toward you.
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3) Close the cover of the memory card slot.
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In addition to the built-in memory, you can record files on a memory card.
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You can select the language to be used for messages, menu, etc.
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Language”, and then
press
button.
2) Press
or
and then press
3) Press
button to select the language you want to use,
button.
button to exit.
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8. Setting the Clock
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Setting the Date
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Date and Time” - “Date
settings” - “Set day format” / “Set date”, and then press
button.
2) In Set Date format page
Press
or
button to select the date format that you want to
use, and then press
button.
3) In Set Date page
Press
or
button to set the year (the last two digits of the
year), and press
button to move to Month/ Date section.
Repeat this procedure to set Month and Date in sequence. And
then press
button.
4) Press
button to exit.
Set the Time
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Date and Time” - “Time
settings” - “Set time format” / “Set time”, and then press
button.
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2) In Set Time format page
Press
or
button to select the time format that you want to
use, and then press
button.
4) Press
button to exit.
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3) In Set Time page
Press
or
button to set the hour, and press
button to
move to Minute section. Repeat this procedure to set Minute. And
then press
button.
9. Selecting a Folder /a File using Folder
view menu
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You can select a folder and a file for playing, erasing or editing as
follows:
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Folder view” - “Local folder” /
“Card folder” and then press
button.
2) Press
press
or
button to select the desired folder , and then
button.
3) Press
or
and then press
button to select the file you want to play or edit,
button to start playing the file.
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The following are the basic recording
procedures using the specified
recording mode.
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Noise may be recorded if an object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubs
or scratches the recorder during recording.
Hint
Before you start recording, we recommend you make a trial recording first, or
monitor the recording.
1) Slide and hold the
Power-Hold switch in the direction of
“
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the center to release the recorder from the HOLD status.
The Home Menu page appears.
2) Select the desired save position and foler. (Refer to Page 19. )
3) Select the desired recording mode . (Refer to Page 18)
4) Place the recorder so that the built-in microphones face the
direction of the source to be recorded.
5) Press REC button in the stop mode.
The operation indicator flashes in blue.
You do not need to press and hold the REC button while recording.
The new file will be automatically recorded as the last file in the selected
folder.
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1. Basic Recording
Monitoring recording
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If you connect the supplied stereo headphones to the (headphone)
jack, you can monitor the recording.
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If the Key tone is On, the Monitor recording function would be disabled. (Refer
to page 50 of help guide to turn off the Key tone)
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Stopping the recording
Press
Save button to stop recording.
The Folder file list appears and the recorder stops at the new recording file.
Other Operations
To
Do this
pause recording
Press
button.
During recording pause, the operation
indicator will change from flashing to
staying on/off and
icon appears in the
display window.
release pause and
resume recording
Press
button again.
Recording resumes from that point and
the operation indicator will flashing again.
(To stop recording after pausing
recording, press
Save button)
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Selecting a recording format
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Recordings” - “Record
Format” , and then press
button.
2) Press
or
then press
3) Press
button to select “MP3 Rec” or “WAV Rec” , and
button.
button to exit.
Selecting a recording bit rate
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Recordings” - “Record
settings” - “set rec bit rate”, and then press
button.
Format
2) Press
or
button to select
your desired Bit rate, and then
press
button.
Bit rate
32 kbps
MP3
64 kbps
128 kbps
192 kbps
WAV
512 kbps
768 kbps
1024 kbps
1536 kbps
3) Press
button to exit.
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3.Selecting the save position
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You can select the save position between the build-in memory “flash” and the
extension memory card “Card” after a TF card is inserted into the recorder.
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Recordings” - “Save Position” ,
and then press
button.
2) Press
press
or
button to select ”Flash” or “Card”, and then
button.
3) Press
button to exit.
Note
When no TF card is currently inserted into the recorder, the built-in memory
“Flash” is automatically selected.
4. Changing the Recording Record Folder
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Recordings” - “Record
settings” - “Record folder”, and then press
button.
2) Press
or
button to select “A”, “B” or “C” folder that you want
to save the new recordings, and then press
button.
3) Press
button to exit.
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5. Adjusting the recording volume
according to distance-The AGC function
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1) In stop Mode, press the AGC button.
2) Press
press
or
button to adjust the AGC rate (0~7), and then
button.
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When the recorder is too closed to or distance from the lecturer, recording
sound is strong or weak, the AGC (Automatic Gain Control) would effectively
reduces the volume if the signal is strong and raises it when it is weak.
6. Recording from other equipment
You can make music files without using the computer by recording
sound/ music from other equipment such as a radio cassette
recorder, a tape recorder, etc. connected to the recorder.
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Hint
If the input level is not strong
enough,
connect
the
headphone jack (mini jack,
stereo) of other equipment to
the LINE IN jack of the
recorder and adjust the volume
level on the piece of equipment
connected to the recorder.
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Recordings” - “Record
Settings” - “Record from” , and then press
button.
2) Press
button.*
or
button to select “Line In” and then press
The Build in microphone of the recorder will be automatically shut off.
Connect other equipment to the recorder.
Connect the audio output connector (stereo mini-jack) of other equipment to
the LINE IN jack of the recorder using the Audio Line In cable (Supplied).
4) Press REC Button to start recording.
The built-in microphones are automatically cut off and the sound from the
connected piece of equipment is recorded.
5) Start playback on the piece of equipment connected to the
recorder.
6) Press
Save Button to stop recording.
* If you want to use the build in microphone to record, please select
“Microphone” in step 2 and press
button.
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radio cassette recorder, a
tape recorder, etc.
7. Setting auto record
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You can set a time schedule for the recorder to automatically turn on, record
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Turning the Auto Record ON
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Tools” - “Auto Record”“Record on/off” , and then press
button.
2) Press
or
button to select “On” and then press
button.
Hint:
Select “Off” in step 2 and press
button to turn Auto Record off.
Setting the Start time and End time.
1) Select “Tools” - “Auto Record”- “Start Time”/ “End time” , and
then press
button.
2) Press
press
press
button to move between the hour and Minute section,
or
button repeatedly to set the start time. And then
Button. Repeat the procedure to set the End time.
Setting the Record cycle
1) Select “Tools” - “Auto Record”- “Auto record cycle” , and then
press
button.
2) Press
or
and then press
3) Press
button to select “Work day”, “Daily” or “Once”
button.
button to exit.
8. Tips for better recording
There are ways of making better recordings.
By placing the recorder on a handkerchief, etc., you can record with clear,
low-noise sound, without vibration noise from the desk.
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Recording your voice
By placing the recorder close to one side of your mouth, you can
prevent breathing on the built-in microphones, and record with clear
sound.
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Recording a lecture at a classroom
Place the recorder so that the built-in microphones face the lecturer.
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1) Slide and hold the
Power-Hold switch in the direction of
“
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the center to release the recorder from the HOLD status.
The Home Menu page appears.
2) Select the audio file you want to play back, and then press
button. (Refer to page 26 to select an audio.)
Playback starts
3) Press
or
button to adjust the volume.
Stop playing back
Press
button.
Other operations
Do this
stop at the current position
(Playback Pause function)
Press button. To resume playback
from that point, press button again.
go back to the beginning of
the current file
Press
go back to previous files
Press
button repeatedly.
(During the stop mode, keep the
button pressed to go back the files
continuously.)
skip to the next file
Press
skip to the succeeding files
Press
button repeatedly. (During
the stop mode, keep
the button pressed to skip the files
continuously.)
button once.
button once.
Searching forward/ backward during playback
*To search forward (Fast Forward):
Press and hold
button during playback and release it at the
point you wish to resume playback.
* To search backward (Fast Reward):
Press and hold
button during playback and release it at the
point you wish to resume playback.
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2. Selecting music/ record file to play back
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Selecting Music file
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Music”, and then press
button.
2) Press
or
button to select a filtering option “All songs”/
“Artists”/ “Albums”/ “Genres”, and then press
button.
3) Press
or
then press
button to select the music you want to play, and
button to start playing the audio.
Selecting Record file
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Recordings” -“Recording
library”,and then press
button.
2) Press
press
or
button the record folder “A”/ “B”/ “C”, and then
button.
3) Press
or
button to select the record audioyou want to
play, and then press
button to start playing the audio.
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1) During Playback, press Menu button, select “Sound settings” “Variable Speed” and then press
button.
2) Press
or
button.
3) Press
button to adjust the playback speed, and press
button to exit.
4. Adjusting the playback Equalizer
1) During Playback, press Menu button, select “Sound settings” “Equalizer” and then press
button.
2) Press
button.
3) Press
or
button to your desired Equalizer*, and press
button to exit.
* There are 7 kinds of Equalizer: ”Rock”, “Funk”, “Hip hop”, “Jazz”, “Classical”,
“Techno”, “Custom”.
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Turning Shuffle Playing on/ off.
1) During Playback, press Menu button, select “Play mode” “Shuffle” and then press
button.
2) Press
3) Press
or
button to select “On” or “Off”, and press
button.
button to exit.
Playing Back a file/ all files repeatedly.*
* Repeat mode would only take effect when the shuffle playing mode
is off.
1) During Playback, press Menu button, select “Play mode” “Repeat” and then press
button.
2) In Repeat setting page, press
or
button to select your desire
repeat playback mode: “Repeat 1”, ”Repeat all”, ”View Playing” or
“Repeat off”, and press
button.
3) Press
button to exit.
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1) During Playing back, press A-B button to activate the A-B repeat
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2) Press A-B button again to specify the starting point A.
“A-B” is displayed and “B” flashes
3) Press A-B button to specify the finishing point B.
“A-B” is displayed and the specified section played repeatedly.
4) Press A-B button to resume normal playback.
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Changing A-B Repeat times
1) Press Menu button, select “Play mode” - “Repeat Settings” “Replay Times” and then press
button.
3) Press
button to exit.
Changing A-B Repeat Interval
1) Press Menu button, select “Play mode” - “Repeat Settings” “Replay Interval” and then press
button.
2) Press
or
button to adjust your desire replay interval (1 to
10 seconds), and press
button.
3) Press
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2) Press
or
button to adjust your desire replay times (1 to 10
times), and press
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Adding a bookmark
1) During playing back, press
you want to add a bookmark.
button to stop at the point where
2) Press Menu button, select “Bookmarks” - “Add bookmark” and
press
button.
3) Press
press
or
button to select a free bookmark number and
button.
The bookmark would be saved, and it will go back to the playback window.
4) Press
button, to resume playing back.
Note:
You can add maxmum 10 bookmarks for each audio.
Locating a Bookmark
1) During playback an audio*, press Menu button, select
“Bookmarks” -“Go to bookmark” and press
button.
2) Press
or
and press
button to select a bookmark you want to load,
button.
3) The recorder will begin playing back from the bookmark point.
* The file should have already added bookmarks.
1) During playing back an audio*, press Menu button, Select
“Bookmarks” -“Delete bookmark” and press
button.
2) Press
or
delete, and press
button to select the bookmark you want to
button.
3) The bookmark will be deleted.
* The file should have already added bookmarks.
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Once a file has been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
1) During Playback or Stop Mode.
2) In Playback mode, press
or
button to select the file you
want to erase in playback mode.
In Stop mode, refer to Page 15 of help guide to select the file you
want to delete.
3) Press and Hold
Erase button till the Erase page appear.
4) Press
or
button to select “Delete”, and press
5) Press
or
button to select “Yes”, and press
button.
button.
“xxx Deleted” animation appears and the selected file has been erased.
To Cancel erasing
Select “No” in Step 5 and press
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Once a file has been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Folder view” - “Local folder” /
“Card folder” and then press
button.
2) Press
or
button to select your desired folder, and press
button to enter.
3) Press and Hold
4) Press
button.
5) Press
Erase button till the Erase page appear.
button to select “Delete All”, and press
or
or
button to select “Yes”, and press
button.
“Deleted All Deleted” animation appears and the files in the selected folder
has been erased.
To Cancel erasing
Select “No” in Step 5 and press
button.
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You can erase a part of an adudio by cutting it off. This function is only available
for WAV format audios.
1) During playback your desired file, press
the position where you want to cut it off.
button to stop a file at
2) Press Menu button.
3) Press
button.
or
button to select “File cutting” and press
“success” animation appears, the part of the audio after the stopped point
has been erased. And the stopped point has become the End of the audio.
File 1
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File 2
A File is cutted.
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You can divide current playing back audio at the pause position, so that the
audio is divided into two files. New audio name are added to the divided audio.
By dividing an audio, you can easily find the point from which you want to play
back when you make a long recording such as at a lecture. You can divide an
audio until the total number of files in the folder reaches the maximum number
allowed. This function is only available for the WAV format audios.
1) During playback your desired file, press
button to stop an
audio at the position where you want to divde it.
2) Press Menu button.
3) Press
button.
or
button to select “File cut apart” and press
“success” animation appears, and the divided audio will be suffixed with a
sequential number, stored as the last audio in the folder that currently
selected.
File 1
File 2
Last File
A File is divided.
File 1
File 2
File 3
Last File File 2-0
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audio. By inserting new recording, you can add new recoredings in the existed
audio. This function is only available for the WAV format audios.
1) During playback your desired audio, press
button to stop a file
at the position where you want to insert new recording section.
2) Press Menu button.
3) Press
button.
button to select “File insert” and press
or
Recording screen displays, and the operation indicator flashes.
4) The recorder will record.
5) Press
Save button to stop recording. The operation indicator
turns off, and the new recording would have inserted into the file
successfully.
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File 2
File 3
A File is inserted.
File 1
Inseted part
File 2
4. Adding new recording at the end of the
audio: File connect function
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1) During playback your desired audio, press Menu button.
2) Press
button.
or
button to select “File connect” and press
Recording screen appears, and the operation indicator flashes.
3) The recorder will record.
4) Press
Save button to stop recording. The operation indicator
turns off, and the new recording would have added to the file
successfully.
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File 2
File 3
A File is cutted.
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1) Plug in your headphones to the headphone jack of the recorder.
2) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Manual tune”, and
then press
button.
The recorder enters the FM radio mode.
3) Press
or
4) Press
or
5) Press
button to turn the FM radio off.
button repeatedly to tune in a station.
button to adjust the volume.
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The headphone cord of the supplied stereo headphones works as an FM
antenna when you listen to the FM radio. Therefore, connect the stereo
headphones to the
(headphones) jack and stretch the cord as long as
possible.
2. Tuning in an FM radio station
automatically: Automatic scanning
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1) Plug in your headphones to the headphone jack of the recorder.
2) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Manual tune”, and
then press
button.
The recorder enters the FM radio mode.
3) Press and hold
or
to change on the display.
button until the frequency digits begin
The recorder automatically scans the radio frequencies and stops when it
finds a clear station.
4) Press
or
5) Press
button to turn the FM radio off.
button to adjust the volume.
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You can automatically tunning and register radio stations in the preset
list. You could register up to 30 FM radio stations in the preset list.
1) Plug in your headphones to the headphone jack of the recorder.
2) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Auto tune”, and
then press
button.
“Do you want to auto-tune the presets?” appears on the display.
3) Press
or
button to select “Yes” and press
button.
The recorder automatically scans for available radio stations and
those stations will be registered in memory from the lower frequencies
to the higher ones.
Note:
If there are radio stations already registered, they would be
overwritten when you use the auto tune function.
Hint:
To cancel automatic presetting, select “NO” in step 2, and then press
button.
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1) Plug in your headphones to the headphone jack of the recorder.
2) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Manual tune”, and
then press
button.
The recorder enters the FM radio mode.
3) Press
or
button repeatedly to tune in the station you
want to store in a preset list.
When the station you want to tune
in is not a preset station, “--” is
displayed. In this case, you can
register it with a free preset
number.
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4) Press Menu button, select “Save to preset”, and press
button.
5) Press
press
or
button to select a free preset number, and then
button.
The station will be stored in memory on your desired preset number.
Tuning in a preset radio station
1) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Presets”, and then
press
button.
or
button to select your desired preset radio
2) Press
station, and then press
button.
Your desired radio station will play.
button to turn the FM radio off.
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Deleting a preset FM radio station
1) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Presets”, and then
press
button.
2) Press Menu button, select “Clear Preset” and press
button.
3) Press
or
button to select the preset radio station you
want to delete, and press
button.
“Clear preset xx” appears.
4) Press
or
button to select “Yes”, and press
button.
“Preset xx cleared!” animation appears. The radio station is deleted.
Hint:
To cancel delete the radio station, select “NO” in step 4, and press
button.
Deleting all Preset FM radio station
1) In the Home Menu page, select “FM radio”- “Presets”, and then
press
button.
2) Press Menu button, select “Clear all Presets” , and press
button.
“Clear all presets” animation appears.
3) Press
or
button to select “Yes”, and press
button.
“Presets cleared!” appears. All presets are deleted.
Hint:
To cancel delete the radio station, select “NO” in step 3 , and press
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1) Tune in the station you want to record.
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Press Menu button, select “Start FM radio recording”, and
press
button.
Recording window appears, and operation indicator flashes. The recorder
begin to record the broadcasting radio.
3) Press
button to pause, and press
continue recording.
button again to
4) Press
Save button to stop recording.
FM radio page appears. The operation indicator turn off.
Hint:
the file is stored as the last file in the folder that is currently selected.
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Turning the Alarm on
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Tools” - “Alarm” - “Alarm on/
off”, and press
button.
2) Press
button.
or
Hint:
button to select “Alarm on”, and press
To turn Alarm off, select “ Alarm off” and press
button on step 2.
Setting Alarm music
1) Select “Tools” - “Alarm” - “Alarm music” - “Music in flash” , and
press
button.
2) Select your desired file in specific folder, and press
button.
Setting Alarm cycle
1) Select “Tools” - “Alarm” - “Alarm music” - “Alarm cycle”, and
press
button.
2) Press
or
button to select your desired Alarm cycle: “Once”,
“Daily” or “Work day”, and press
button.
Setting Alarm time
1) Select “Tools” - “Alarm” -“Alarm time”, and press
button.
Setting Alarm volume
1) Select “Tools” - “Alarm” - “Alarm music” - “Alarm volume”, and
press
button.
2) Press
or
And then press
button to adjust your desired alarm volume.
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2) Press
or
button to set the hour. Press
button to
move to the minute section, Repeat the procedure to set the
minute. And then press
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* The password would only take effect with the Password function switched on.
* Please carefully keep your recorder’s password. If you forget your password,
please contact the manufactory for solution.
Setting the password
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Tools” - “Password set” “Password set”, and press
button.
2) Press
,
and press
and
button.
button to set your desired password*,
* If you have set a password before, you have to enter your exist password
first, before setting a new one.
Switch on the password function
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Tools” - “Password set” “Password switch”, and press
button.
2) Press
button.
Hint:
or
button to select “Password on”, and press
If you want to turn off the password function, select “Password off” in step 2,
and press
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1) In the Home Menu page, select “Tools” - “Stopwatch”, and press
button.
2) Press
or
button to select the free stop watch number
you want to use, and press
button to start counting.
3) Press
button to pause counting, and press
to resume.
4) Press Menu button to clear all the stopwatch data.
5) Press
button to exit.
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System Settings
1. Turning the Operation Beep sound on/
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1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Sound settings” - “Key
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button.
2) Press
or
3) Press
button to exit.
Hint:
button to select “On”, and press
If you want to turn off the Key tone, select “Off”, and press
button.
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1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Sleep timer” - “Set sleep
timer”/ “Off”, and press
button.
2) In “Set sleep timer” page, press
or
desire sleep time, and press
button.
button to adjust your
“Sleep timer set” and “Time left: [xx] minutes” animations appears.
3) Press
button to exit.
Hint:
If you want to turn the sleep timer off, select “Off” in step 1, and press
button. Then press
button to exit.
Note:
The Sleep Timer settings could only take effect while the the recorder is still
power on at the setted time. Once the recorder is off before the setted time, this
setting will be “off ” again.
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1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Display setting” - “Back
light timer”, and press
button.
2) Press
press
3) Press
or
button to select your desire Back light timer, and
button.
button to exit.
4. Screen saver
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Display setting” “Screen Saver”, and press
button.
2) Press
press
or
button to select “Digital clock” or “None”, and
button.
3) Press
button to exit.
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Note:
Once the device has been format, all the data would be deleted, you cannot
retrieve it.
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Format device”, and
press
button.
“All data will be deleted. Continue?” appears.
2) Press
or
button to select “Yes”, and press
button.
“Complete” animation appears.
3) Press
Hint:
button to exit.
If you want to cancel format the device, select “No” in step 2, and press
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1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Factory setting”, and
press
button.
“Restore factory settings?” appears.
2) Press
or
button to select “Yes”, and press
button.
“Complete” animation appears.
3) Press
Hint:
button to exit.
If you want to cancel restoring the device to factory setting, select “No” in step
2, and press
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1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Information” - “Disk
space”, and press
button.
2) You could check out the information of “Free space”, “Total
Space” and “song number”.
3) Press
button to exit.
Recorder Model and Software Information
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Set” - “Information” -“Player
information”, and press
button.
2) You could check out the “Player model” and “Software version”.
3) Press
button to exit.
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1. Connecting the recorder to your computer
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your computer
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To exchange audio files between the recorder and your computer, connect the
recorder to your computer.
1) Connect the Micro USB port of the recorder with the USB port of
your running computer with the supplied USB connecting cable
inserted into the ports securely until each plug stops to the end.
2) Make sure the recorder has been recognized properly.
*On the Windows screen; open “My Computer” or “Computer,” and make
sure that “flash disk” has been recognized.
*On the Macintosh screen; make sure that an “Untitled” drive is displayed
on the Finder.
The recorder is recognized by the
computer as soon as the connection is
made. While the recorder is connected to
the computer, “MSC” animation is
displayed in the display window of the
recorder.
Charging...
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Built-in memory
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Folders for files recorded
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C *1
Music
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Music
Folders or files transferred
from your computer
Help Guide *3
* 1 The A / B/ C folders are used to contain the files recorded in the
recorder. Do not transfer files from your computer to those folders.
* 2 The music files transferred separately or by folder from your
computer to the MUSIC folder are recognized and displayed as files
in the (Music) folder of the recorder.
* 3 The Help Guide of the recorder are stored directly under the “Flash
Disk” folder.
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The folders and files on the recorder are displayed on the computer
screen as shown.
On a Windows screen using Explorer, and on a Macintosh screen
using Finder, folders and files can be displayed by opening “Flash
Disk.”
You transfer music files to the recorder, drag and drop them onto the
MUSIC folder.
Disconnecting the recorder from your computer
Follow the procedures below; otherwise, data may be damaged.
2) Perform the following operation on your computer. *
On the Windows taskbar at the bottom right of the desktop, left-click the
following icon:
Left-click “Eject Flash Disk” (Windows 7), or “Safely remove USB Mass
Storage Device” (Windows XP, Windows Vista).
The icon and menu displayed can be different on different operating
systems. The icon may not be always displayed on the system tray
depending on your computer settings.
On a Macintosh screen, click the “Flash disk” ejection icon on the Finder.
3) Disconnect the USB connecting cable from the recorder and the
USB port of the computer.
* For details on disconnecting the recorder from your computer, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with your computer.
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1) Make sure that the operation indicator of the recorder does not
light.
2. Copying Files from the Recorder to your
computer
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You can copy files and folders from the recorder to your computer to
store them.
1) Connect the recorder to your computer.
2) Copy files or folders you want to transfer to your computer.
Drag and drop the files or folders you want to copy from“Flash disk” to the
local disk on your computer.
Removable Disk
Local Disk
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③
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MUSIC
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① Click and Hold
② Drag
③ And the drop
3) Close these windows and disconnect the recorder from your
computer.
3. Copying Music Files from Your Computer
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You can copy music files * from your computer to the recorder by
dragging and dropping them, and you can play them back using the
recorder.
* For the file formats that can be played back using the recorder, see
“Specifications”.
Copying a music file from your computer to the recorder
(drag and drop)
1) Connect the recorder to your computer.
2) Copy music files or the folder in which the music files are stored to
the MUSIC folder of the recorder.
On a Windows screen using Explorer, or on a Macintosh screen using
Finder, drag and drop the music files onto the MUSIC folder of the“Flash
disk.”
3) Disconnect the recorder from your computer.
Note:
Make sure to drag the music files from your computer and drop them onto the
MUSIC folder of the recorder. If you drop files onto other folders or destinations
on the recorder, the recorder may not be able to recognize the transferred files
or other problems may occur.
Hints
* The music files transferred from your computer are recognized and displayed
as files in the (Music) folder on the recorder.
1) In the Home Menu page, select “Music” - “All songs”, and press
button.
2) Press
or
button to pick your desire music, and press
button to start playback.
3) Press
Note
button pause playback.
A music file copied from your computer can be played back with the recorder.
Dividing a files may not be performed.
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Troubleshooting & Support
Q1
Make sure you have change the “Record from” settings from
“LINE IN” to “Microphone”. Please refer to page 22 of Help
Guide to change this setting.
Q2
Why couldn’t I edit the file?
The recorder only support editing the WAV format file. Please
make sure the file you want to edit is WAV format.
Q3
Why couldn’t recorder operate, even if I press any button?
1) Make sure your recorder is power on.
2) Turn off the Hold status, by side the Power-Hold switch
towards the center.
Q4
The Recorder is powered off automatically.
In stop mode, the recorder would automatically turn off in 1
minute without attempting an operation for approximately 1
minute. Please turn on the recorder again.
Q5
The computer could not read the Recorder after connected.
Please try to connect the Recorder with other USB ports of your
computer, and see if it could be recognized by your computer.
If not, please try with another Micro USB to USB cable or try that
on other computers.
Q6
I could not find a audio file to playback.
Make sure you have select the right folder in the right memory
(“Flash” or “Card”). Refer to page 15 of the help guide to find
your desired file.
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Why the recorder couldn’t record any voice, even when the
Operation indicator is on?
Q7
The recording is static, scratching and have unusual
noises.
Q8
Unable to record now.
The memory of the recorder is full, please try to erase those
unwanted files or plug a flash memory card in the recorder.
Q9
When recording from other equipment, the input level is too
strong or not strong enough.
Connect the headphone jack of other equipment to the
(microphone) jack of the recorder and adjust the volume level on
the piece of equipment connected to the recorder.
If you use an audio connecting cable with high resistance, the
input level becomes low during recording. Use an audio
connecting cable without resistance.
Q10
The recorder could not play some music files.
This Recorder could only play music files in MP3, WMA, FLAC,
APE, WAV or OGG format. Please be sure the music files you
tried to play are in any of those 5 supported formats.
Q11
There is no sound from the Recorder’s speaker while
playing.
1) Please make sure there is no earphone plug in the earphone
jack of the Recorder.
2) Press Volume up button to raise the volume.
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During recording, please try to keep away from those noisy
environment, and not to rub, scratch or cover the microphone.
Please refer to Tips for better recording on Page 21 the help
guide for more detail
And when playback, please keep the recorder away from AC
power source, which might interfere the speaker.
Q12
No sound from the earphones while playing or soundless.
1) Please make sure your earphones could work.
3) Press Volume up button to raise the volume.
Q13
Sound comes from the speaker even when the headphones
are plugged in.
If you plug in the headphones not securely during playback, the
sound may come from the speaker.
Unplug the headphones, and then insert them securely.
Q14
A rustling noise is recorded.
A rustling noise may be recorded if the recorder is rubbed by
your hand or clothing while you are recording.
If possible, please do not touch the recorder until you finish
recording.
Q15
The Playback speed is too slow (fast).
The Playback speed may be set too slow (fast). The play back
speed could be adjust, please refer to Page 27 of help Guide.
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2) Check if your earphones are securely have plug in the recorder.
Additional Information
System requirements
Computer system requirement
Windows XP, VISTA, Windows 7,
Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.5 or
above.
Main functions
Recording format
MP3, WAV
WAV format
(1536kbps 48KHz)
(1024kbps 32KHz)
(768kbps 24KHz)
(512kbps 16KHz)
MP3 format
(192kbps 32KHz)
(128kbps 32KHz)
(64kbps 16KHz)
(32kbps 8KHz)
Bit rate
Recording
Playback
Monitor Recording
Support (Key tone need to turn off)
Recording source
Build-in Microphone, Line line jack
AGC Recording
Support
Schedule Record
Support
Support audio format
MP3,WMA, OGG, WAV, APE, FLAC
Audio stream rate
MP3
8Kbps~320Kbps
WMA
32Kbps~320Kbps
OGG
32Kbps~320Kbps
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To use your computer with the recorder, your computer must meet the
operating system requirements and port environment described
below.
Audio stream rate
700Kbps~1536Kbps
FLAC
700Kbps~1536Kbps
WAV
32Kbps~1536Kbps
Repeat
Repeat 1, all repeat, view
playing,Shuffle
Bookmark
Max. 10 bookmarks /audio
Sound setting
Equalizer, playback speed
A-B Repeat
Repeat
interval
SNR
File Editting
FM radio
Other Tools
and functions
times,
≥80db
File cutting
Only support WAV format audio
File cutting apart
Only support WAV format audio
Inserting File
Only support WAV format audio
Connecting File
Only support WAV format audio
FM radio Frequency
range reception
87.5MHz-108.0MHz
Recording Radio
Broadcasting
Support
Hold function
Support
Stop watch
Support
Alarm
Support
Password Protection
Support
Repeat
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Playback settings
APE
Recording quality specification
Stereo
Sampling Compressing
rate
bit rate
WAV
Stereo
Sampling
rate
Compressing
bit rate
Hi-Fi
Yes
32KHz
192kbps
Hi-Fi
Yes
48KHz
1536kbps
High quality
Yes
32KHz
128kbps
High quality
Yes
32KHz
1024kbps
Standard
Yes
16KHz
64kbps
Standard
Yes
24KHz
768kbps
Long Time
recording
Yes
8KHz
32kbps
Long Time
recording
Yes
16KHz
512kbps
Storage Capacity
Storage
Storage model
Internal Storage
Extension Storage
Capacity
8G
TF card
Support 1GB, 2GB,
4GB, 8GB, 16GB or
32GB
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MP3
Format
Maximum recording time (8G Internal storage)
Recording Mode: MP3
192kbps
128kbps
64kbps
32kbps
Time
97 Hours
145 Hours
290 Hours
580 Hours
Recording Mode: WAV
Bit rate
1536kbps
1024kbps
768kbps
512kbps
Time
12 Hours
14 Hours
24 Hours
36 Hours
Battery Life
Double Power
Source Design
Battery
Lithium
polymer
battery 360mAh 3.7V
One LR03 (size
AAA) alkaline battery
Charging time
Recording time
3
hours(adapter
output:5V-500mA
Max. 28 hours (512kbps,
Back lights off)
Max.
14.5
hours
(512kbps, Back lights off)
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Bit rate
Design and specifications
Support USB connect and update using
specific updating software
Disk Format
FAT32
Display size
30*36MM
Display specification
128*128 TFT LCD
System
support
English, Simple Chinese, Traditioal Chinese
System
Display window
Language
Screen saver
Microphone
Speaker
Digital clock
Omni-directional condenser microphone
Build in Speaker power 8Ω1W
USB port
mini5PIN USB2.0
Transferring speed
Input/ Output
Line-in
3.5mm jack
Headphone jack
Extension
storage
Operating
Temperature
Dimensions
(w*h*d)
Weight
High-Speed USB compatible
3.5mm jack, stereo
TF card, Max.32GB
-10 °C ~ 45°C (22-113℉)
120*37*17mm
68g
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System Update
Precautions
On power
On safety
Do not operate the unit while driving, cycling or operating any
motorized vehicle.
On handling
* Do not leave the unit in a location near heat sources, or in a place
subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock.
* Should any solid object or liquid fall into the unit, remove the battery
and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before operating it
any further.
* Be careful not to allow water to splash on the unit. The unit is not
water- proof. In particular, be careful in the following situations.
--- When you have the unit in your pocket and go to the bathroom, etc.
When you bend down, the unit may drop into the water and may get
wet.
--- When you use the unit in an environment where the unit is exposed
to rain, snow, or humidity.
--- In circumstances where you get sweaty. If you touch the unit with
wet hands or if you put the unit in the pocket of sweaty clothes, the unit
may get wet.
* You may feel pain in your ears if you use the headphones when the
ambient air is very dry. This is not because of a malfunction of the
headphones, but because of static electricity accumulated in your
body. You can reduce static electricity by wearing non-synthetic clothes
that prevent the emergence of static electricity.
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Charge the unit only on 3.7V DC with the built-in rechargeable
lithium-ion battery or use one LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery.
On noise
On maintenance
To clean the exterior, use a soft cloth slightly moistened in water. Then
use a soft dry cloth to wipe the exterior. Do not use alcohol, benzine or
thinner.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please
contact us.
Backup recommendations
To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by accidental operation or
malfunction of the recorder, we recommend that you save a backup
copy of your recorded files to a computer, etc.
On using a memory card
* When formatting (initializing) a memory card, make sure to use the
recorder to format it. Operations of the memory cards formatted with
Windows or other devices are not guaranteed.
* If you format a memory card containing recorded data, the recorded
data will be deleted. Be careful not to delete important data.
* Do not leave a memory card within the reach of small children. They
might accidentally swallow it.
* Do not insert or remove a memory card during recording/ playback/
formatting. Doing so may cause a malfunction of the recorder.
* Do not remove a memory card while the “searching” animation
appears in the display window or the operation indicator is flashing.
Doing so may damage the data.
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* Noise may be heard when the unit is placed near an AC power
source, a fluorescent lamp or a mobile phone during recording or
playback.
* Noise may be recorded when an object, such as your finger, etc., rubs
or scratches the unit during recording.
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* We do not guarantee the operations of all types of compatible
memory cards with the recorder.
* The recorder does not support parallel data transfer.
* You cannot use a ROM (read-only-memory) type or write-protected
memory card.
* Data may be corrupted in the following cases:
--- When a memory card is removed or the recorder is turned off
during a read or write operation.
--- When a memory card is used in locations subject to static
electricity or electrical noise.
* We assume no responsibility for any loss or damage of recorded
data.
* We recommend that you save a backup copy of the important data.
* Do not touch the terminal of a memory card with your hand or a
metal object.
* Do not strike, bend or drop a memory card.
* Do not disassemble or modify a memory card.
* Do not expose a memory card to water.
* Do not use a memory card under the following conditions:
--- Locations beyond the required operating conditions, including
locations, such as the hot interior of a car parked in the sun and/or in
the summer, the outdoors exposed to direct sunlight, or a place near
a heater.
--- Humid locations or locations with corrosive substances present.
* When using a memory card, make sure to check the correct
insertion direction into the memory card slot.
Warning
Do not expose the batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) to
* The recorded music is limited to private use only. Use of the music
beyond this limit requires permission of the copyright holders.
* Coredy is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or
damaged data due to problems of the recorder or computer.
* Depending on the types of the text and characters, the text shown
on the recorder may not be displayed properly on device. This is
due to:
--The capacity of the connected recorder.
-- The recorder is not functioning normally.
-- Content information is written in the language or the character
that is not supported by the recorder.
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excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like for a long time.
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