MMP8585

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

FCC Declaration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

EIA Guidelines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Location of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Downloading and Transferring Files . . . . . . . 8

Installing MP3 Player Utilities 5.10 . . . . . . . 12

Using MP3 Player Utilities 5.10

(Video Converter) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

General Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

• Turning the Power On/Off. . . . . . . . . . . . 16

• MENU/Lock Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

• Headphones Jack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

• Volume Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Operation–Music Playback Mode . . . . . . 18

• To Listen to MP3s/WMAs . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

• To Delete Songs from the Play Queue. . 20

• High-Speed Music Search . . . . . . . . . . . 21

• Forward/Reverse Skip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

• Music Contextual Menu–Equalizer. . . . . 22

• Music Contextual Menu–Play Mode. . . . 23

• Music Contextual Menu–Color Theme . . 24

Operation–Video Playback Mode. . . . . . . 25

• To Watch Videos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

• High-Speed Video Search . . . . . . . . . . . 26

• Forward/Reverse Skip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Operation–Photo Playback Mode . . . . . . 27

• To View Photos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

• Thumbnail View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

• Slide Show View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Settings Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Formatting the Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Resetting the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Updating the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

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PRECAUTIONS

COPYRIGHT:

• Distributing copies of MP3, WMA with DRM or WAV tracks without permission is a violation of international copyright laws.

SAFETY:

• Vibration experienced during walking or exercising will not affect the player. However, dropping the player or dropping a heavy object on the player may result in damage or sound distortion.

• Avoid spilling any liquid onto or into the player.

• Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources; in a location subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, sand, moisture, rain or mechanical shock; on an unlevel surface; or in a car with the windows closed during periods of excessive heat.

ROAD SAFETY:

• Do not use headphones while driving, cycling or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and it is illegal in some areas. It can be potentially dangerous to play your headset at a high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.

FCC WARNING:

• This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

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FCC DECLARATION

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Warning: 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.

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.

Shield cable must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with class B FCC limits.

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Dear Customer:

Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you’ve just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now it’s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers. This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries

Association’s Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing.

Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing “comfort level” adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts.

To establish a safe level:

• Start your volume control at a low setting.

• Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion.

Once you have established a comfortable sound level:

• Set the dial and leave it there.

Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future.

After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.

We Want You Listening For A Lifetime

Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment.

Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is included for your protection.

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Decibel

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Example

Quiet library, soft whispers

Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic

Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office

Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine

Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant

Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock at two feet

THE FOLLOWING NOISES CAN BE DANGEROUS UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE:

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Subway, motorcycle, truck traffic, lawn mower

Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic drill

Rock band concert in front of speakers, thunderclap

Gunshot blast, jet engine

Rocket launching pad

Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation.

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LOCATION OF CONTROLS

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1. Headphone Jack

(HEADPHONES PART NO.

261-32000-E010*)

2. Display

3. Navigation π Button

4. Navigation √/Skip/Search o

Button

5. Navigation † Button

6. USB Jack

(USB CABLE PART NO.

337-01000-E050*)

7. Reset Button

(Inside the Recess Hole)

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8. Volume + Button

9. Volume - Button

10. MENU/Lock Button

11. Power On/Off Button

12. Enter/Play/Pause ®p Button

13. Navigation ®/Skip/Search n

Button

SOFTWARE DISC PART NO. PA-E558*

*Consumer Replaceable Part

(See page 45 to order.)

CHARGING THE BATTERY

This unit has a built-in Lithium Polymer rechargeable battery. When the bars in the battery indicator (in the display) become low (see Figure 1) and especially when the bars turn red, recharge the battery as follows.

Figure 1

1. Connect the USB cable to the USB jack on the bottom of this unit and to the USB port on your computer (as shown); “OK to Remove” will appear on the screen. When charging, the battery indicator will cycle from the current battery level to full. Once the battery is fully charged, the indicator will stop cycling.

Computer

USB Cable

USB Jack

NOTES:

• When you disconnect this unit from your computer, this unit will turn on and update the playlist automatically. It will take several seconds to several minutes to update the player's library depending on the number of files that you have transferred to the player.

• It takes approx. 6 hours to charge the battery from empty to full. When fully charged, the unit can playback for approx. 12 hours in Music Playback mode. (Actual playback times may vary.)

• For data transfer, please use the USB cable (included) to connect the unit to your computer.

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DOWNLOADING AND TRANSFERRING FILES

SUPPORTED OPERATING SYSTEMS

This unit is compatible with Windows XP (SP2) with Windows Media Player 10, or above.

Please refer to the following pages to learn how to: transfer video, music and photo files, convert music on an audio CD into MP3 or WMA format using Windows Media

Player 10, transfer MP3/WMA files and WMA files with DRM 9 or 10 using Windows

Media Player 10.

NOTE: Visit www.Microsoft.com to download the corresponding Windows Media

Player for your computer.

MEDIA FILES SUPPORTED FORMATS

AUDIO FORMATS: MP3, MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3 with a bit rate up to 320 kbps

(max.), WMA files with DRM 9 or 10 with a bit rate up to 320 kbps.

VIDEO FORMATS: AVI support (decoder: xvid, size: 128 x 128 resolution, Frame

Per Second: 30fps max, Bit Rate: 768 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-48kHz,

Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz, Stereo CBR); WMV support (decoder complexity: simple profile, size 128 x 128 resolution, Frame Per Second: 30fps max, Bit Rate:

384 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz,

Stereo CBR).

PHOTO FORMATS: Baseline JPEGs.

IMPORTANT! Make sure the video resolution is 128 x 128; otherwise, the video file will not be able to be played.

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DOWNLOADING AND TRANSFERRING FILES (CONT.)

For Windows XP, you can also utilize Windows Media

Player 10 software to convert music on an audio CD into

MP3 or WMA format as follows:

1. Open the Windows Media Player 10 Browser, then click on the “Rip” icon on the top tool bar. Insert a music CD into the CD-Rom drive of your computer.

2. Click on the “Tools” menu option at the top menu bar, then click on “Options”; the Option setting menu will appear. Click on Rip Music and set the

Rip Music to the desired location on your computer.

Then, set the desired format for the newly ripped music (MP3 format or Windows Media Audio format). Adjust the audio quality as desired. When finished, click “OK” to confirm the settings.

3. Click on the “Rip Music” icon to start ripping the music to your computer.

4. When the music tracks are ripped, you can transfer them to your player using Windows Media Player 10 as described on the next page.

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DOWNLOADING AND TRANSFERRING FILES (CONT.)

TRANSFERRING MP3/WMA/VIDEO/PHOTO FILES AND

WMA FILES WITH DRM 9 OR DRM 10 USING WINDOWS

MEDIA PLAYER 10 (FOR WINDOWS XP ONLY)

To transfer MP3/WMA/VIDEO/PHOTO/WMA files with DRM 9 or 10 to the player, follow the procedure described below using WMP (Windows Media Player) 10. Before beginning the procedure, please connect the unit to the computer as previously described.

1. Open the “Windows Media Player Browser 10” and click on “Sync”.

2. Click on the “Sync List” pull-down menu to locate the music files you wish to download. Then make sure to tick the box next to the files.

3. Select the Portable Device (“Media Player”) that you want to copy to from the right side drop-down menu. Click “Start

Sync” to start transferring music files to the player.

4. After finished transferring all the desired files to your unit,

OK to Remove” will appear on the screen. Then you can remove the player from the computer.

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DOWNLOADING AND TRANSFERRING FILES (CONT.)

CREATING A PLAYLIST

Follow the steps below to create a playlist in the Music menu:

1. Connect your player to the USB port on your computer as shown on page 7.

2. Press and hold the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button for three seconds.

3. On your computer, double-click My Computer. This unit will appear as a removable drive name "Removable Disk"; double-click "Removable Disk".

4. Navigate to the music files that you want to copy. Then, "drag and drop" them to the

"PLAYLIST" directory in the "Removable Disk" drive.

5. When the files are finished loading into the player, go back to the "Removable Disk" drive and right-click on it. Left-click "Eject" and it will be safe to remove the player from the computer.

NOTE: The music files inside the "Playlist" in the Music menu will not be found in the

Songs category.

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INSTALLING MP3 PLAYER UTILITIES 5.10

Procedure to Install MP3 Player Utilities 5.10:

1. Insert the installation CD-Rom into the CD

Drive, then the installation screen will appear.

If the installation screen doesn't automatically appear, double-click My Computer then double-click on the CD drive, then double-click on “Setup.exe”.

2. The “Welcome” screen will appear. Click

“Next”.

3. The “Installation Folder” screen will appear. It is recommended to keep the folder as is. At this screen, you can also choose to install

MP3 Player Utilities 5.10 for yourself, or for anyone who uses that computer. Then click

“Next”.

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INSTALLING MP3 PLAYER UTILITIES 5.10

4. The “MP3 Player Utilities 5.10 Information” screen will appear. Read the information and click “Next”.

5. The “Confirm Installation” screen will appear.

Click “Next”.

6. After the program is done installing, the

“Installation Complete” screen will appear.

Click “Close” to end installation. See the next page for how to use MP3 Player Utilities 5.10.

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USING MP3 PLAYER UTILITIES 5.10 (Video Converter)

Click to select location of output file

Setting Icon

“Select” column next to the “File name” of any files that you would like to convert.

Help Icon

Begin Icon

You can use the previously installed MP3 Player Utilities 5.10 (Video Converter) to convert your video files to AVI files supported by the player.

1. Open the previously installed MP3 Player Utilities 5.10 program (located on your computer under start > All Programs > MP3 Player Utilities 5.10 > Video Converter).

2. Click the green arrow to the right of “Input File” to add files for conversion. In the “Open” window, select the source file you want to convert and click the “Open” button. The file will be added to the window of files to convert. Repeat this procedure if you want to add other files for conversion.

3. Click the red arrow to the right of “Output File”. In the “Browse for Folder” window, select the location of output file, and click the “OK” button.

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USING MP3 PLAYER UTILITIES 5.10 (Video Converter)

4. In the window of files to convert, place a checkmark in the “Select” column next to the

“File name” of any files that you would like to convert. Then, click on the “Setting” icon

(see illustration on the previous page for icon location).

5. Set up the conversion settings, as desired. There are many items in the settings (such as selecting between Full Screen or Same Ratio), most of them do not need to be changed; keep the default settings. However, make sure to select “AVI” under “Video

Type”. Then, click the “OK” button.

6. Click the “Begin” icon (see illustration on the previous page for icon location) to begin the conversion.

7. When “Success” appears in the “Status” column next to the “File name”, the file has been converted.

8. Now you can convert additional files according to the above procedures, if desired.

NOTE: Click on the “Help” icon (see illustration on the previous page for icon location) for additional information on using this program.

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TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF

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GENERAL OPERATION

MENU/Lock BUTTON

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To turn the unit on, press and hold the Power

On/Off button; the Memorex screen will appear for a few moments followed by the

Main menu. To turn the unit off, press and hold the Power On/Off button until “Shutting

Down” appears in the display.

NOTE: The Memorex screen will take several seconds to several minutes to update the player’s library depending on the number of songs that you have transferred to the player.

For the Lock Feature: With the unit on, press and hold the MENU/Lock button until LOCKED appears in the display; no buttons will function.

This is useful when you do not want the track changed by accidentally pressing a button. Press and hold the MENU/Lock button until

UNLOCKED appears in the display to cancel the

Lock function.

To Navigate the Menus: At any time, press the

MENU/Lock button to go back to the previous screen/Main menu.

NOTE: While you are in the Main menu, you can press the Navigation √/Skip/Search o button to enter the Now Playing screen. You can also press the Navigation ®/Skip/Search n button or

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button to advance to the next level in the menus based on your selection.

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GENERAL OPERATION (CONTINUED)

HEADPHONES JACK

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VOLUME BUTTONS

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Plug the headphones (included) into the

Headphones jack on the top of the unit.

To control the volume, simply press the

Volume +/- button during playback.

NOTE: While changing the volume, the volume “pop up” indicator will be overlaid across the bottom of the existing screen and will disappear from the screen after three seconds if neither Volume button is pressed.

You can close the volume pop-up by pressing the Enter/Play/Pause ®p or MENU/

Lock button.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE

TO LISTEN TO MP3s/WMAs

This unit supports the following audio formats: MP3, MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3 with a bit rate of 32-

320 kbps, WMA files or WMA with DRM 9 or 10 with a bit rate of 48-192 kbps.

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Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Music using the Navigation button 1, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Use the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons to browse through the music categories:

Play Queue, Songs, Artists, Albums, Playlist or Genre. Then press the Enter/Play/Pause

®p button 3 to select that category. A list will appear separating the files into the selected search criteria; see the following page for more details.

NOTE:

• For the Playlist option, please see page 11 for how to create a playlist.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

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To browse through your music, see more details below:

Play Queue: “Play All”, “Clear All”, “Clear Track” and the song's name will appear in the display. Select Play All or the desired song using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to start playback. The unit will play that song and the songs following it.

Songs: The song’s name will appear in the display. Select Play All or the desired song using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to start playback.

Artists: All Artists will be shown in the display. Select Play All or the desired Artist using the Navigation 1 and/or

2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3. All the Artist’s albums will appear; select Play All or the desired album using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3. Then, select Play All or the desired song using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause

®p button 3 to start playback.

Albums/Genre: All the albums/genres will appear. Select Play All or the desired album/genre using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3. (In the Genre menu, you must then select the desired album.) Then, select Play All or the desired song using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to start playback.

Playlist (if created): The Playlist will be shown in the display. Select the Playlist by pressing the Enter/Play/Pause

®p button 3. All the songs will appear; select Play All or the desired song using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to start playback.

NOTES:

• See pages 8-11 for information on uploading MP3/WMA files to this unit.

• While you are browsing your music, you can press the Navigation √/Skip/Search o or MENU/

Lock button to return to the previous menu. You can also press the Navigation ®/Skip/Search n button to advance to the next level in the menus based on your selection.

• You can pause playback at anytime by pressing the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button; the Pause icon will appear on screen and the song will remain paused until the button is pressed again.

• To set the Play Mode (Shuffle, Repeat All, Repeat One) setting refer to page 31.

• While in Music Playback mode, you can press the Navigation button to toggle the Album Art between Default and Full Screen format.

AUTO RESUME: Each time you exit the Music Playback mode or turn the unit off, when the unit is turned back on or you enter the Music Playback mode again, this unit will resume at the beginning of the last track which was playing before turning the power off or changing mode.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

TO DELETE SONGS FROM THE PLAY QUEUE

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Enter the Play Queue submenu as described on page 18.

To clear all tracks in the queue, use the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 button to select Clear All and then press the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3.

To clear one track at a time from the queue, use the Navigation 1 and/or 2 button to select Clear Track and then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3. Then, use the Navigation 1 and/or 2 button to select the song to clear and then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3. Repeat this step to delete additional songs.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

HIGH-SPEED MUSIC SEARCH

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During playback, press and hold the

Navigation ®/Skip/Search n button 1 or √/o

2 button to move the player forward or backward within a file to locate a specific musical passage. The player will move forward or backward at high speed as long as the button is held. When you release the button, normal playback will resume.

FORWARD/REVERSE SKIP

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During playback, press the Navigation

/Skip/Search o button to move the player back to the beginning of the currently playing file.

Press the Navigation √/Skip/Search o button repeatedly to move the player back to lowernumbered files.

During playback, press the Navigation ®/

Skip/Search n button to advance the player to the beginning of the next file. Press the Navigation

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/Skip/Search n button repeatedly to advance the player to higher-numbered files.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

MUSIC CONTEXTUAL MENU–EQUALIZER

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While in Music Playback mode (Now

Playing screen), press the Navigation button to open the Music Contextual menu.

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Scroll to the “Equalizer” option using the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons.

Select a desired “Equalizer” setting (None,

Extra Bass, Rock, Jazz, Classical or Pop) using the Navigation ®/Skip/Search n 1 or

/o 2 button, followed by the Enter/

Play/Pause ®p button 3 to confirm.

NOTE: Setting an option in the Music Contextual menu, pressing the MENU/Lock button or waiting three seconds without any activity will close the Music Contextual menu.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

MUSIC CONTEXTUAL MENU–PLAY MODE

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While in Music Playback mode (Now

Playing screen), press the Navigation button to open the Music Contextual menu.

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Select a desired “Play Mode” setting

(Normal, Shuffle [to randomly play all of the songs], Repeat All [to repeat all songs continuously] or Repeat One [to repeat the selected song continuously]) using the

Navigation ®/Skip/Search n 1 or √/o 2 button, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause

®p button 3 to confirm.

Scroll to “Play Mode” using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons.

NOTES:

• Setting an option in the Music Contextual menu, pressing the MENU/Lock button or waiting three seconds without any activity will close the Music

Contextual menu.

• The “Play Mode” setting will also set the mode for

Video playback.

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OPERATION–MUSIC PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

MUSIC CONTEXTUAL MENU–COLOR THEME

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While in Music Playback mode (Now

Playing screen), press the Navigation button to open the Music Contextual menu.

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Scroll to “Color Theme” using the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons.

Select a desired “Color Theme” setting

(Blue, Cyan, Green, Gold, Purple, Red or

Black) using the Navigation ®/Skip/Search n 1 or √/o 2 button.

NOTE: Setting an option in the Music Contextual menu, pressing the MENU/Lock button or waiting three seconds without any activity will close the Music Contextual menu.

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OPERATION–VIDEO PLAYBACK MODE

TO WATCH VIDEOS

This unit supports the following video formats: AVI support (decoder: xvid, size: 128 x 128 resolution, Frame Per

Second: 30fps max, Bit Rate: 768 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz, Stereo

CBR); WMV support (decoder complexity: simple profile, size 128 x 128 resolution, Frame Per Second: 30fps max,

Bit Rate: 384 kbps max , Frequency Range: 8-48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz, Stereo CBR).

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Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Video using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Use the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons to browse through the videos. Then press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to begin playback.

NOTES:

IMPORTANT! Make sure the video resolution is 128 x 128.

• See pages 8 and 10 for information on uploading video files to this unit.

• You can pause playback at anytime by pressing the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button; the video will remain paused until the button is pressed again.

• This unit will play the selected video, then all the following videos. When they finish, the unit will go back to the Video menu.

• While in Video playback mode, press the Navigation button and the display will show the time line for a few seconds.

• To exit Video playback mode, press the MENU/Lock button.

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OPERATION–VIDEO PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

HIGH-SPEED VIDEO SEARCH

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During playback, press and hold the

Navigation ®/Skip/Search n 1 or √/o 2 button to move the player forward or backward within a video to locate a specific scene. The player will move forward or backward at high speed as long as the button is held. When you release the button, normal playback will resume.

FORWARD/REVERSE SKIP

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During playback, press the Navigation √/

Skip/Search o button to move the player back to the beginning of the currently playing file. Press the

Navigation √/Skip/Search o button repeatedly to move the player back to lower-numbered files.

During playback, press the Navigation

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/Skip/Search n button to advance the player to the beginning of the next file. Press the Navigation

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/Skip/Search n button repeatedly to advance the player to higher-numbered files.

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OPERATION–PHOTO PLAYBACK MODE

TO VIEW PHOTOS–

This unit supports baseline JPEGs.

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Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Photo using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

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Use the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons to select between Slide show, Thumbnails or to select a particular photo. If you have selected a particular photo, press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to view it. (For Slide show and

Thumbnails, please see the next page.)

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During photo playback, press the Navigation

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/Skip/Search n 1 or √/o 2 button to skip to the next or previous photo.

At any time, press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the previous screen/main menu.

NOTES:

• You can also toggle between slide show auto and manual mode by pressing the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button.

• See pages 8 and 10 for information on uploading photo files to this unit.

• You can listen to music while viewing the photos, if desired.

• While in Photo Playback mode, you can press the Navigation button to toggle between Default and Full

Screen format.

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OPERATION–PHOTO PLAYBACK MODE (CONTINUED)

THUMBNAIL VIEW

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If you scrolled to Thumbnails in Step 2 on the previous page, press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 1; a thumbnail view of the photos will appear in the display. Use the Navigation , ,

®

/Skip/Search n or √/o 2 buttons to browse the photos.

Press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button to view the desired photo.

SLIDE SHOW VIEW

1

If you scrolled to Slide show in Step 2 on the previous page, press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button; the unit will enter Slideshow mode to play all supported photos repeatedly.

NOTE:

• To exit Slideshow mode, press the MENU/

Lock button.

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SETTINGS MENU

SETTING THE COLOR THEME

1

2

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button to select “Color Theme”.

3

4

1

2

3

Select a desired “Color Theme” setting

(Blue, Cyan, Green, Gold, Purple, Red or

Black) using the Navigation 1 and/or

2 buttons, followed by the Enter/Play/

Pause ®p button 3 to confirm.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE EQUALIZER

1 2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Equalizer” using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3

4

1

2

3

Select a desired “Equalizer” setting (None,

Extra Bass, Rock, Jazz, Classical or Pop) using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause

®p button 3 to confirm.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE PLAY MODE

1

2

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page

16

. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

3

1

2

3

Scroll to “Play Mode” using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

4

1

2

3

Select a desired “Play Mode” setting (Normal, Shuffle

[to randomly play all of the songs], Repeat All [to repeat all songs continuously] or Repeat One [to repeat the selected song continuously]) using the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to confirm.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

NOTE: The “Play Mode” setting will also set the mode for Video playback.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE BRIGHTNESS

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Brightness” using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3

4

2

3

1

Select a desired “Brightness” setting (10-

100%) using the Navigation ®/Skip/Search n 1 or √/o 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to confirm.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE POWER SAVINGS

1 2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Power Savings” using the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3 4

1

2

3

Select a desired “Power Savings” setting

(Off; 1, 2, 5 or 10 minutes) using the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to confirm. NOTE: This sets the amount of time the unit will stay on before turning off due to inactivity.

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Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE BACKLIGHT TIMER

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Backlight Timer” using the

Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3

1

2

3

4

Select a desired “Backlight Timer” setting

(5, 10 or 30 seconds; or Always On) using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to confirm. NOTE: This setting will turn the display off after the selected amount of time. This feature is disabled during Video or Picture Slide Show playback. If you select “Always On”, the display will always stay on.

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Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE TIME

1 2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Time Set” using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3 4

2

1

Set the current hour using the Navigation

and/or 1 buttons. Then, press the

Navigation ®/Skip/Search n button 1 to navigate to the minute. Set the current minute using the Navigation and/or 1 buttons. Then, press the Enter/Play/Pause

®p button 2 to confirm the time.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

NOTE: The time on this unit is in 12 hour format with no AM/PM denotation.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

SETTING THE LANGUAGE

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Language” using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3 4

1

2

3

Select a desired “Language” setting

(English or Spanish) using the Navigation

1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to confirm.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

TO VIEW THE SYSTEM INFO (“ABOUT”)

1 2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “About” using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3

The “About” screen will display the device information such as the Firmware version, Int.

(Internal) Total Memory, Int. (Internal) Used

Memory and Int. (Internal) Free Memory.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the previous screen; press the MENU/Lock button again to return to the main menu.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

TO RESTORE THE DEFAULT SETTINGS

1 2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Default” using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3 4

2

1

Press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 1 to reset all of the unit’s settings to the factory default settings. OR

Press the MENU/Lock button 2 to cancel and NOT reset to the factory default settings.

Press the MENU/Lock button to go back to the main menu.

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SETTINGS MENU (CONTINUED)

TO FORMAT THE PLAYER

WARNING! Do not format this player unless it stops working and you are instructed to do so by technical support personnel.

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

Turn the unit on and access the main menu as described on page 16. Select Setting using the Navigation button 1, followed by the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 2.

Scroll to “Format” using the Navigation 1 and/or 2 buttons, followed by the

Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 3 to select it.

3

2

1

Press the Enter/Play/Pause ®p button 1 to format the device and erase all content. OR

Press the MENU/Lock button 2 to cancel and NOT format the device.

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NOTES:

• If you format the unit, the unit will restart automatically.

• To format the unit using your computer, please see page 42.

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

If you experience a problem with this unit, check the chart below before calling for service.

SYMPTOM

Unit will not turn on.

No sound.

CAUSE SOLUTION

Battery is low/empty.

Recharge battery as described on page 7.

See page 16 for how to turn Power is not turned on.

Headphones are not inserted.

Volume is set too low.

The media files are corrupted.

No files are in the player.

on the power.

Insert headphones.

Raise the volume using the

Volume + button.

Download uncorrupted files.

Upload files to the unit as described on pages 8-11.

The computer is not The player is recognizing the player.

Make sure player is not securely connected. securely connected.

Computer is not compatible.

Supported OS: Windows XP

(SP2) with WMP10 or above.

WMA files with DRM Incorrect downloading See page 10 to download can’t playback.

methods.

WMA files with DRM.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED)

SYMPTOM

No buttons work.

CAUSE

The Lock feature is

SOLUTION

Deactivate Lock feature as activated.

described on page 16.

Unit needs to be reset Reset unit and/or or firmware needs to be update firmware, see updated.

page 43.

Unit acting erratically. Unit needs to be reset Reset unit and/or or firmware needs to be update firmware, see updated.

page 43.

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FORMATTING THE PLAYER

Formatting the Player

WARNING! Do not format this player unless it stops working and you are

instructed to do so by technical support personnel.

1. Use the USB cable to connect the player and the computer.

2. Double click on My Computer, then right click “Media Player” and left click on

"Format".

3. For “Media Player”, at the "Format" window, click OK to confirm and the player will start to format (see figure to the right). When finished, click "OK" to close the Format window.

Format Window for “Media Player”

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RESETTING THE UNIT

If the unit acts erratically, reset the unit by inserting a thin object (such as a paper clip) into the recessed Reset button. For the Reset button, see page 6 for the button's location.

FOR FIRMWARE UPGRADE

Please visit our Web site at www.memorexelectronics.com to check if there is new firmware available.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Before upgrading the firmware, please backup all of your media files on your computer. After upgrading, format the unit to complete the upgrade procedure.

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Audio

File Support

General

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency Range

Headphones Output

S/N Ratio

20Hz–20KHz

5mW, 32ohm (Max Vol)

90dB (MP3)

MP3

WMA

AVI

WMV

MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3 with a Bit Rate of 32-320 kbps

Windows Media Audio

(WMA file with DRM 9 or DRM 10) with a Bit Rate of 48-192 kbps decoder: xvid, size: 128 x 128 resolution,

Frame Per Second: 30fps max, Bit

Rate: 768 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-

48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz, Stereo

CBR) decoder complexity: simple profile, size 128 x

128 resolution, Frame Per Second: 30fps max,

Bit Rate: 384 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-

48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz,

Stereo CBR) baseline JPEGs Picture

Dimension

Weight

USB

Built-in Memory

Built-in Battery

Max. Playtime

Supported OS

Operating Temperature

1.8 (W) x 3.2 (H) x 0.6 (D) inches

1.7 ounces

USB 2.0

4GB

Li-Polymer Rechargeable battery

600mAh approx. 12 hrs in Music Playback mode

Windows XP (SP2) with WMP 10 or above

23° F to 104° F (-5° C to 40° C)

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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FOR FIRMWARE UPGRADE, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT

WWW.MEMOREXELECTRONICS.COM

TO CHECK IF THERE IS NEW FIRMWARE AVAILABLE.

FOR ADDITIONAL SET-UP OR OPERATING ASSISTANCE,

PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT

WWW.MEMOREXELECTRONICS.COM

OR CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE AT 1-800-919-3647.

PLEASE KEEP ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL FOR AT LEAST 90

DAYS IN CASE YOU NEED TO RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO YOUR

PLACE OF PURCHASE OR TO MEMOREX.

FOR CONSUMER REPLACEABLE PART(S), SEE PART

NUMBER(S) ON PAGE 6 AND THEN CONTACT FOX

INTERNATIONAL AT 1-800-321-6993.

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