Instruction Manual
Instruction Manual
Patent Pending
Portable Digital Jukebox / Media Player
Model J22RCS1PK
Model J22RCS1SB
Model J22RCS1YR
Never-Ending Learning Innovation
80 Little Falls Road, Fairfield, NJ 07004 • 1-800-631-0868 • www.HamiltonBuhl.com
Juke24™ Portable Digital Jukebox
Warnings and Precautions
Caution:
• TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, FULLY INSERT THE PLUG INTO THE OUTLET, ENSURING THE WIDE PRONG
IS IN THE CORRECT SLOT.
• Use of any controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those herein specified may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
• There is a danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Warning:
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
• Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
• Do not place the unit on top of any soft, porous, or sensitive surfaces to avoid damaging the surface. Use a
protective barrier between the unit and surface to protect the surface.
• Use of this unit near fluorescent lighting may cause interference regarding use of the remote. If the unit is
displaying erratic behavior move away from any fluorescent lighting, as it may be the cause.
• There is a danger of explosion if you attempt to charge standard alkaline batteries in the unit. Only use
rechargeable NiMH batteries.
• The remote control’s button cell battery contains mercury. Do not put in the trash, instead recycle or dispose of
as hazardous waste.
• Lithium batteries, like all rechargeable batteries are recyclable and should be recycled or disposed of in normal
household waste. Contact your local government for disposal or recycling practices in your area. They should
never be incinerated since they might explode.
• Shock hazard - Do Not Open.
• Mains plug is used as disconnect device and it should remain readily operable during intended use. In order
to disconnect the apparatus from the main completely, the mains plug should be disconnected form the mains
socket outlet completely.
• Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (ni-cad, ni-mh,
etc.) batteries.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
THIS UNIT MUST BE SERVICED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lighting 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 operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
This product utilizes a Class 1 laser to read Compact Discs. The laser Compact
Disc Player is equipped with safety switches to avoid exposure when the CD door
is open and the safety interlocks are defeated. Invisible laser radiation is present
when the CD Player’s lid is open and the system’s interlock has failed or been
defeated. It is very important that you avoid direct exposure to the laser beam at
all times. Please do not attempt to defeat or bypass the safety switches.
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Important Safety Instructions
1.
Please read, follow and keep these instructions and comply with all recommended cautions.
2.
Do not use this unit near water.
3.
Clean with a dry cloth only.
4.
Do not block ventilation openings.
5.
Do not place the unit near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
6.
Follow safety precautions and use a polarized or grounded-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one prong wider than the other. A grounded-type plug has two prongs and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prongs are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
7.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, or where they exit the unit.
8.
Only use attachments and accessories specified by the manufacturer.
9.
Unplug the unit during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
10. Refer all service needs to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required if the unit has been damaged in
any way, such as power cord (or plug damage), if liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the unit, if
exposed to rain or moisture, or if dropped and not working properly.
FCC Warnings
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
Additional Warnings
• The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on apparatus.
• Main plug is used as disconnect device and it should remain readily operable during intended use. In order to
disconnect the apparatus from the mains completely, the mains plug should be disconnected form the mains
socket outlet completely.
• Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
• Caution marking is located at the rear or back of the apparatus.
• The marking information is located at the rear or back of apparatus.
This symbol indicates that this product incorporates double insulation between
hazardous mains voltage and user accessible parts.
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Features and Controls:
1. Display
13. AUX-In
2. Power On / Off
14. Headphone
3. Record
15. Speaker
4. Play / Pause
16. Programmable Buttons 1-24
5. Stop
17. Lock On / Off
6. Skip / Search Previous Song
18. Volume
7. Skip / Search Next
19. CD Door Lens
8. Repeat Mode
20. Door Open
9. Source
21. DC IN Socket
10. Micro USB
22. CD Door
11. USB Playback
23. Battery Compartment Cover
12. 1/4” Mic Socket
In the Box:
• (1) Juke24™ Unit
• (1) 3.5mm AUX Cable
• (1) Microphone
• (1) Instruction Manual
• (1) Power Adapter
• (1) Quick Start Guide
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Power Connection
Connecting AC Power:
Connect the DC output of the AC / DC adapter to the DC IN socket at the back of the unit and insert the AC plug
into standard AC wall outlet.
Batteries Operation:
Before installing batteries (not included), ensure that the unit is disconnected from the Adapter. Remove the
battery compartment cover on the bottom of the unit by carefully pushing the two lugs down. The battery cover
can then be lifted away.
Insert six 1.5V “C” or “LR 14” new batteries using the correct polarity markings, and then replace the cover.
(The use of alkaline batteries is recommended).
Note: Be sure to remove the DC input jack when using batteries.
Main Operation
Turning Power On For the First Time:
Plug into DC input jack or insert batteries (never have both batteries and AC / DC adapter plugged in
simultaneously). Slide POWER switch to ON position to turn on the unit. The unit display will light up.
Lock On / Off:
After turning on the unit, slide the LOCK ON / OFF button to OFF position to unlock all the keys.
To lock all the front panel keys, slide the LOCK button to ON position. It is important to switch the unit lock
button off to allow full button functionality. (The Power Switch and the Volume Dial will work normally even when
the Lock button is activated)
Selecting Different Audio Input Sources (Juke24™ Playlist / CD / USB / AUX / PC):
After turning on the unit, press the SOURCE button to select your desired audio source.
Adjusting Sound Volume:
After turning on the unit, turn the VOLUME dial to set your desired sound level.
CD Operation
The unit is designed to play standard music CD or MP3 CD bearing the proper identification logos. If the disc
does not conform to the standard, it may not play back properly.
Caution:
Playback of CD-R / CD-RW may depend on recording conditions.
• Do not attach a seal or label to either side (the recordable side or the labeled side) of a CD-R / RW disc. It
may cause a playback malfunction.
• Do not load a blank CD-R / RW disc. It will take over one minute to read the disc. The disc may be damaged
if you try to open the CD door while reading the disc.
NOTE: CD-ROM, CD-I, CDV, VCD, DVD or computer CDs are not compatible.
Loading Disc:
1. Press the DOOR OPEN button to open the CD door and place a CD into the CD compartment with the printed
side facing toward you.
2. Gently close the CD door and select the CD source. The system will begin to read the disc. Once it is fully
loaded, the display will indicate the total number of tracks and playtime on the disc.
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CD Playback:
After loading the disc, press the
button once, the first track / file on the CD will be played back. (For reading
/ playing back MP3 disc, the “MP3” icon will be displayed.)
NOTE:
Do not touch the lens of the CD player. If touched, the lens may be damaged and the CD player will not operate
properly. If there is no disc in the unit, “NO DISC” or “ERR” will be indicated on the display. If the CD cannot be
read, “BAD CD or ERR” will be indicated on the display.
Play / Pause Control:
To temporarily pause playback, press the
button. At the same time, the current elapsed track number, time
and the
indicator will be shown on the display. Press the
button again to resume playback.
Stop Playback:
To stop playback, press the
will be displayed.
button. The disc will cease to play. The total number of tracks and the play time
Skip Track:
During playback, press the
or
button once to skip to the next or previous tracks.
Fast Forward and Backward Track Search:
During playback, press and hold the
or
forward or backward directions. When the
immediately.
button to search through the current track at high speed in
or
button is released, normal playback speed will resume
Sing-Along with CD:
During playback, plug the microphone into the MIC socket and turn on the microphone switch. This will enable
the sing-along function as the CD plays.
Repeat Playback Modes (Repeat 1 / Repeat All / Repeat Off):
• Repeat the Current Track:
During playback, press the REPEAT MODE button until the REP 1 icon is displayed to select the current track /
file to be repeated. The selected track / file will be repeated continuously.
• Repeat All Tracks:
During playback, press the REPEAT MODE button until the REP ALL icon is displayed. All tracks / files on the
CD will be repeated continuously.
• Return to Normal Playback:
Press the REPEAT MODE button until the REP OFF icon is displayed. Normal playback will resume.
USB Operation
This unit is designed to play MP3 files on USB flash-drive devices. If the files on the USB device do not conform to
the standard, they may not play back properly.
1. Insert the USB flash-drive into the USB socket on the side of the unit.
2. Press the SOURCE button until USB is shown on the display.
3. After reading the USB flash-drive, the display will indicate the total number of files on the flash-drive.
USB Playback:
After reading the USB flash-drive, press the
button to play the files. Once the
track / file will playback and the display will indicate the MP3 icon.
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Play / Pause Control:
To temporarily pause playback, press the
button. The display will indicate the current elapsed track number,
time, and the
icon. Press the
button again to resume playback.
Stop Playback:
To stop playback, press the
button. The flash-drive will cease to play and the display will indicate the total
number of tracks / files on the USB flash-drive.
Skip Track:
During playback, press the
or
button to skip to the next or previous track / file.
Fast Forward and Backward Search Track:
During playback, press and hold the
or
button to skip / search through the current track / file at high
speed in forward or backward directions. When the
or
button is released, normal playback speed will
resume immediately.
Repeat Playback Modes (Repeat 1 / Repeat All / Repeat Off):
• Repeat the Current Track:
During playback, press the REPEAT MODE button until REP 1 icon is displayed to select the current track / file
to be repeated. The selected track / file will be repeated continuously.
• Repeat All Tracks:
During playback, press the REPEAT MODE button unit the REP All icon is displayed. All tracks / files on the USB
flash-drive will be repeated continuously.
• Return to Normal Playback:
Press the REPEAT MODE button until the REP OFF icon is displayed. The normal playback will be resumed.
Juke24™ Playlist Operation
Press the SOURCE button to select until the Juke24™ PLAYLIST is shown on the display along with the total number of
files on the internal memory.
Audio Content Playback:
Press the
button once, and the first button (file) of the internal memory will play back. The
display during playback.
icon will
Play / Pause Control:
To temporarily pause playback, press the
will be shown on the display. Press the
button. The current elapsed track number, time, and the
button again to resume playback.
button
Stop Playback:
To stop playback, press the
number of recorded buttons).
button on the unit. Buttons with recorded content will be displayed (the total
Skip Track:
During playback, press the
or
button to skip to the next, or previous, recorded audio file.
Fast Forward and Backward Track Search:
During playback, press and hold the
backward directions. When the
or
or
button to search through the current file at high speed in forward or
button is released, normal playback speed will resume immediately.
One Touch Playback Using Programmable Numeric Button:
Directly press the desired numeric button to playback the recorded audio content.
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AUX-IN Operation
Setting Up (AUX-IN) Connection:
AUX-IN jack will allow you to connect an external music player or external sound source to the main unit.
1. Press the SOURCE button until AUX icon is displayed.
2. Plug a 3.5mm audio cable (not included) into your external music player and connect the other end (3.5mm jack)
into the AUX-IN jack on the side of the unit.
3. Make sure your external music player is turned on.
4. Play the music / audio content on your external player.
5. Adjust the VOL dial to control the sound level of music / audio content playback from the speakers on the unit.
Headphone Operation
Setting Up Headphone (not included) Connection:
1. Connect the headphone to the “Headphone” jack.
2. Put the headphone on with the indication “L” on your left ear and “R” on your right ear.
3. Adjust the Volume dial to desired listening sound level.
Recording Operation
This unit can record from CD, USB and AUX-IN source.
Recording from AUX-IN:
1. Press the SOURCE button to select source from AUX.
2. Press the
RECORD button once to select record mode. Upon pressing the Record button, the unit display
will prompt you “PLS PRESS 1-24 To RECORD”.
3. Press to select one of the numeric buttons (1-24) to recording to. Once the desired button is selected, the
display will read READY and the selected button will light up red and blink.
4. Begin playing your AUX-IN audio to record.
5. To stop recording, press
Stop button.
PLEASE ENSURE TO PRESS THE STOP BUTTON OTHERWISE THE UNIT WILL CONTINUE TO RECORD.
Recording from Microphone (MIC):
1. The audio signals from the microphone can be recorded from any of the source modes (As the MIC has a
talkover function over all sources). Therefore, you can have the unit in AUX and simply sing into the microphone.
2. Press the
Record button once to select the recording mode. Upon pressing the recording button, unit will
display will prompt “PLS PRESS 1-24 To RECORD”.
3. Press to select one of numeric buttons (1-24) to start recording. The display will read READY and the selected
numeric button will light up red and blink.
4. The mic will record to the selected numeric button internal memory.
5. To stop recording, press
Stop button.
Recording from CD / USB:
1. During CD / USB playback, press
Record button once to select the recording mode. Audio content playback
will be paused and the display will prompt. “PLS PRESS 1-24 TO RECORD”.
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2. Press to select one of the numeric buttons (1-24) to start recording. The selected numeric button will light up
red and blink. The sound will record to the selected numeric button internal memory. (After pressing the numeric
button, you can press
or
button to select desired track / file. If not pressed, the default is to record from the
pause point of the current track / file.)
3. Press the
button to stop recording.
NOTE:
After pressing
or
button to select desired track / file, the recording will start from the beginning of desired
track / file. If you select a numeric button with a recording, the new content will overwrite the previous recording.
Playback the Recorded Audio Content:
1. Press the SOURCE button until Juke24™ PLAYLIST is shown on the display.
2. After the unit reads the internal memory, press the desired numeric button to playback the recorded audio content.
3. The selected numeric button will be illuminated during playback.
Computer Operation Instructions
1. Press the SOURCE button until the PC icon is displayed.
2. Plug a micro USB data cable (not included) into your PC / MAC USB port and connect the micro USB end into the
micro USB socket on the left side of the unit.
3.Windows:
• Will detect Juke24™ as “Removable Disk” in “My Computer” folder and an AutoPlay pop-up window will appear
with multiple options.
• Double-click on “Open folder to view files” in AutoPlay window or “Removable Disk” in PC’s My Computer folder.
4.Mac:
• Will detect Juke24™ as “Removable Disk” in a Finder window.
• Double-click on “Removable Disk”.
5. Creating folders for each button to store MP3 files.
• Option 1:
Visit https://www.hamiltonbuhl.com/Juke24/Buttons
• Click on the link, which will download a Zip file to the “Downloads” folder on your computer.
• Click the downloaded file and a Juke24™ file will pop open in the Downloads folder.
• Drag / drop or copy / paste this Juke24™ folder to your Removable Disk.
• Option 2:
• After opening the Removable Disk folder as explained in point 3 or 4 above, add a New Folder and
name it: BUTTON01 (It is case and space sensitive! Make sure it is all uppercase with no
additional spaces).
Here are the exact names of the folders to create:
BUTTON01
BUTTON02
BUTTON03
BUTTON04
BUTTON05
BUTTON06
BUTTON07
BUTTON08
BUTTON09
BUTTON10
BUTTON11
BUTTON12
BUTTON13
BUTTON14
BUTTON15
BUTTON16
BUTTON17
BUTTON18
BUTTON19
BUTTON20
BUTTON21
BUTTON22
BUTTON23
BUTTON24
6. Now that your folders are created, drag and drop an MP3 audio file into any button folder. Once added, the unit
will play back the file from the designated button. Repeat the same operation as needed.
7. After finishing the above, properly eject the “Removable Disk” and pull out the data cable from both.
8. To delete or replace content in any of the buttons, go through steps 1-4 above, open up the button folder you
want, delete the file inside, then replace it with a new MP3 file.
9. To remove all content from the buttons, simply delete the MP3 files from each folder.
NOTE: Button folders hold only one MP3 file at a time. To add multiple tracks into each button folder,
save the tracks into a single MP3 file and load the single file.
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Specifications:
Adapter AC input..............................................................................AC100-240V @50 / 60Hz
Adapter DC output............................................................................DC 9V 1A
Batteries power................................................................................DC 9V (6x1.5V) “C” size UM-2 / LR14 batteries
Output power....................................................................................2 x 2 watts
Speaker............................................................................................76mm (3”) cone type
AUX-In.............................................................................................3.5mm jack
Headphone.......................................................................................3.5mm x 1
Dimensions......................................................................................11.14(L) x 6.3(D) x 11.14(H) inches
Weight..............................................................................................3.84 lbs
Operation Temperature.....................................................................+41°F - + 95°F
General CD optical pick-up lens........................................................3 beam semiconductor laser
Making Customizable Button Designs for Juke24™
with the Free iPhone App
From the iTunes store, search for and download the Juke24™ App.
1. Launch the app.
2. To begin making your own button designs, tap on the
“Tap to Next” button. This will bring you to a clean canvas
in the Design Studio.
3. Below the empty canvas are 4 icons (from left to right):
PRINTER — Use this icon once you are ready to print your button
design and slide them into the Juke24™ buttons. Simply click
on the icon and it will lead you through the process of finding a
printer that’s paired to your device. Follow print directions to have
your designs printed.
CAMERA — Clicking on this icon opens up the camera function of
your iPhone with all its capabilities.
After taking a photo, you can select the photo for use on your
design canvas.
T — Use this icon to add a text box and enter text. You can add
multiple text boxes. Drag the arrow in the lower right corner of
the text box to enlarge or reduce the text. Use your finger to
reposition the text box.
PAINT BUCKET — Use this icon to fill your design canvas with
any background color from the color palette.
Tap on “+Tap here for image” text or use the drop down menu in
the top left corner to access images and design elements from
categories provided. Images and design elements provided will
integrate nicely into any background color. You can add multiple
images and elements on to your design canvas.
Use the SAVE icon, in the upper right corner, to save your design –
they are saved in your phone like a photograph, and are available to
you anytime.
There is no right or wrong way to design your custom buttons. Follow
the instructions above and start creating!
Once you have printed the designs you want to add to the Juke24™
buttons, cut them out, slide them into the button you like, and your
Juke24™ will quickly become your custom jukebox!
PLEASE NOTE: The current Juke24™ App is compatible only with
iPhone (iOS 8.0 or later).
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Template for Hand-Drawn Cut-Outs
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Product Registration Instructions
Visit: www.HamiltonBuhl.com
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1. Click on Customer Care
2. Click on Product Registration Icon
3. Please fill out all fields marked with * to register
Warranty:
Warranty begins the date item ships from our warehouse. All products, except for metal carts,
have a one year warranty from original date of shipment, unless otherwise noted. Metal carts
have a limited lifetime warranty on all housing components; however, carts have a one year
warranty on any electrical / mechanical components.
Our Mission:
Since our founding in 1933, HamiltonBuhl continues to evolve as a leader in technology
products for education and industry. Our products are embraced by educators, corporate
trainers, presenters, government agencies, and hospitals for their daily presentation, from
the classroom to the boardroom, HamiltonBuhl has the presentation product for you.
Never-Ending Learning Innovation
80 Little Falls Road
Fairfield, NJ 07004
1-800-631-0868
www.HamiltonBuhl.com
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