Jensen SMPV SMPV-2GBUB User's Manual

Jensen SMPV SMPV-2GBUB User's Manual
DIGITAL MEDIA PLAYER
USER MANUAL
SMPV-2GBUB
PLEASE READ THIS OPERATING MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE OPERATING THIS UNIT
AND RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
DEAR JENSEN® 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.
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Once you have established a comfortable sound level:
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Set the dial and leave it there.
Taking a minute doing 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.
Customer's Record:
The serial number of this product is found on the unit. You should note the
serial number of this unit in the space provided as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft of loss.
Model Number: SMPV-2GBUB
Serial Number:
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NOTE
z Do not throw the product into fire to avoid danger of explosion.
z Do not immerse into water or get soaked since the battery charging function
will be lost.
z Please fully charge the battery before using this device.
z When charging the battery the Power Switch should be in the ON position.
z Do not charge rechargeable batteries longer than 4 hours.
z Do not take the batteries apart.
z Overcharging & over-discharging the rechargeable batteries may shorten
their life span.
z Recharge battery when you experience the following:
- Low battery
- System automatically turns off
- Operation keys do not work
z When the "copying Files" window appears on your PC please don’t unplug
the USB cable from the computer.
z Do not unplug the USB cable during file downloading as it may cause
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malfunction to your PC and Player.
z Do not plug in an earphone or audio cable during file downloading.
z Downloading can be delayed if there are too many folders or files.
z The order of music files displayed on the Windows Explorer is not the order
of actual music playback.
z When the Player is connected to the PC, it will start charging.
z Do not attempt to open the Player in any way as this will void your guarantee.
z Please make sure that the version of the Direct X in the computer is Direct X
9.0 or above when converting the format of the video file. For the update of
DirectX, please visit www.microsoft.com and read the concerned information
carefully.
z Please make sure the version of the media player is media player 10.0.
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FEATURES
z Supports MP3, WMA, WAV format music
z View JPEG formatted pictures
z Supports AMV video format. (conversion program included).
z Built in MIC
z Energy Saver mode, auto off function
z Various EQ, repeat modes
z Support multi-languages
z Plug and Play for Win2000, Win XP & Vista, Mac OS 9.xx and above
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COMPLIANCE WITH FCC
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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:
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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
-
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
the receiver is connected.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
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LCD DISPLAY
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Downloading Music, Movie & image to Your SMPV-2GBUB Player
Connecting to your Personal Computer:
1. Connect the unit to your computer USB port using the provided USB cable.
2. The unit will turn itself on automatically.
3. “CONNECT” will appear on the LCD screen indicating the connection with
the computer was established successfully.
For Windows XP/Vista users, once the unit is connected to your computer, it
appears as a removable disk in “My Computer”. You can now move, copy, paste
and delete files (music or voice recording files, etc.) between your computer and
the Players internal memory.
To download music files to the Player:
1. Select the track(s) you want to transfer from your computer.
2. Right-click on the file(s), a menu pops up and click “Copy”.
3. Under My Computer or Windows Explorer, double-click the Removable Disk
to open the drive. The Removable Disk window appears.
4. Right-click on the Removable Disk window and click “Paste” in the menu.
Removing the Player from the computer:
Note: Please follow these steps carefully to avoid data loss or unit
damage.
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1. Click on the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon (green arrow) in the lower right
corner of system tray of your Windows desktop to bring up the list of USB
Mass Storage Device attached to your computer.
2. From the device list, choose the Drive designator that corresponds to the
Player, for example Drive (H :).
3. Click on the chosen device to unload it from your computer system.
4. Wait for the “Safe To Remove Hardware” system message window that will
pop up telling you that the Player can now be safely removed from the
system.
5. Disconnect the Player from the USB port of your computer.
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Buttons used for “MENU” and “PLAY / PAUSE” functions can be
controlled in 3 different ways:
1. Tap - press the button briefly then release it immediately.
2. Press - press and hold the button for about 2 seconds then release it.
3. Press and Hold- press and keep holding the button while in operation.
1. Turning unit on/off
IMPORTANT: Before first use, we recommend you fully charge the Player by
connecting it to your computer’s USB port for about 3 hours.
1. To turn the Player on, slide the POWER Switch to the ON position.
2. Press and hold the PLAY Button to turn on the Player when the Power
Switch is in the ON position.
3. Press and hold the PLAY Button to turn off the Player and then slide the
Power switch to the OFF position.
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2. Listening To Music
1. After turning on the Player, the Player will enter Music Mode.
2. Tap the MODE Button once to initialize the music play function and then tap
the PLAY Button to start playback. The
playback screen is displayed.
3. Tap VOL+/VOL- key to increase/decrease
the volume.
4. Tap the PLAY Button to pause and again to
resume PLAY.
5. Tap
/
to skip to the next or previous
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song, press and hold the
/
to fast forward or fast rewind.
6. Tap and hold the PLAY Button to switch off the Player.
7. To power off the Player, slide the POWER Switch to the OFF position.
2.1 Listen to your music
2.1.1 Setting Repeat
There are 7 play modes available: Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat Folder,
Repeat All, Random and Intro.
During music playback, tap the MODE Button to enter music setting mode. In
the music setting mode, select Repeat and then tap the MODE Button to enter.
And then tap
/
to select the mode you prefer and tap the MODE Button to
confirm.
2.1.2 Equalizer(EQ) setting:
Under music setting mode, select Equalizer and tap the MODE Button to enter.
Tap
/
to choose your desired EQ. There are 7 preset EQ available:
Natural, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, Jazz and DBB (Bass Boost).
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2.1.3 Setting Tempo rate:
There are 16 levels from -8 to +8. -8 is the lowest, +8 is the fastest and 0
means normal speed.
Under music setting mode, select the tempo sub-menu by tapping the MODE
Button. Tapping
/
to select the rate of playing.
Exit
Exit from the play mode setting.
2.2 Managing Your Music Files
2.2.1 Local folder:
1. When music playback is paused, tap the MODE button once to enter the
MUSIC menu.
2. Tap the MODE button again to enter the Local folder submenu.
3. Tap
/
to choose the folder and tap MODE Button to confirm.
2.2.2 Delete file:
1. After selecting the Delete sub-menu, tap
/
to select the file you want to
delete and then tap MODE Button to confirm.
2. Tap
/
to select “Yes” or “No”, If you select “Yes” then tap the MODE
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Button to confirm. The selected file will be deleted. If “No” is selected, you will
exit the file delete mode.
2.2.3 Delete all:
After choosing the Delete all submenu, tap
/
to select “Yes” and tap the
MODE Button to confirm to delete all files. If you choose “No”, you will exit the
delete mode.
2.4.4 Exit: exit from the menu
2.5 Lyric display
This unit supports "*. LRC" lyric file. For the lyric to be displayed, the lyric file
and the song file should have the same file name. For example the song file
name is sky.mp3 and the Lyric file name is sky.lrc
If lyric are available, the Lyric Indicator located next to Lyric Icon will turn on
green. Press and hold the MODE Button until the lyric are shown in the Display.
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3. Video Playback
Note:
i. The video file format that can be played in the Player is AMV, and the
formats that can be converted directly into AMV are MPG, ASF, AVI, WMV etc.
by using the AMV converter provided on the included CD.
ii. Install the AMV conversion program onto your computer. Once installed, click
to enter the HELP mode, please read the content before using the
program to convert files.
iii. Please make sure that the video converted can be played on your computer,
if not, it will not be able be played by SMPV-2GBUB. For information on
using the AMV converter, please refer to the separate “AMV Converter User
Quick Start Guide”.
3.1 Playback mode
From the main menu, select Movie and tap the
MODE Button to confirm.
3.1.1 In the Video Control Screen, tap
skip to the next or previous movie.
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/
to
3.1.2 Tap the PLAY Button to play the movie.
3.1.3) Press and hold the MODE Button to return to the main menu.
3.2 Pause mode
When in movie playback mode, tap the PLAY Button to pause.
3.2.1 In the pause mode, tap the PLAY Button again to continue playing.
3.2.2 Tap VOL+/VOL- key to increase/decrease the volume.
3.2.3 Tap and hold the MODE Button to return to the main menu.
3.2.4 Tap and hold the PLAY Button to turn off the Player.
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3.3 Deleting movie files
Delete 1:
3.3.1 In the movie pause mode, tap the MODE Button to enter the Movie
submenu.
3.3.2 Tap the
/
to select Delete and tap MODE Button to confirm. All the
movies will be shown in the Display.
3.3.3 Tap the
/
to select the movie to delete and tap MODE Button to
confirm.
3.3.4 Tap
/
to select “Yes” or “No”. If you choose “Yes” and tap the MODE
Button to confirm and the selected file will be deleted.
Delete all:
After choosing the Delete All submenu, tap the
/
Buttons to select “Yes”,
and tap the MODE Button to confirm to delete all files. If you choose “No”, you
will exit the Delete all mode.
3.4 Exit:
Choose Exit to return to Movie mode.
3.5 Repeat mode
Repeat
There are 7 play modes available: Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat Folder,
Repeat All, Random and Intro.
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In video pause mode
3.5.1 Tap the MODE Button to enter Movie submenu.
3.5.2 Select Repeat and then tap the MODE Button to enter.
3.5.3 Tap
/
to select the mode you prefer and tap the MODE Button to
confirm.
Exit
Choose exit to return to the Video control screen.
4. Recording from the built-in MIC
The Player is equipped with a built-in microphone. For MIC recording select the
Record option from the main menu and tap the MODE button to enter the record
mode.
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Before recording, tap the MODE Button to enter the Record submenu to preset
the record quality.
Local folder: Users can choose the Root or Record folder here.
REC type: To choose the record type in this menu.
The record options are Fine REC, Long REC, Fine VOR, Long VOR.
Fine REC: Shortest record time, but the record quality is the best. (WAV format)
Long REC: Longer record time, but the record quality is lower. (ACT format)
Fine VOR: Records in WAV format with Sound control. The recording process
will pause if there is no sound and start recording again when the sound returns.
Long VOR: Records in ACT format with Sound control. The recording process
will pause if there is no sound and start recording again when the sound returns.
Exit: Return to the record standby interface.
4.1
Start Recording
In record standby condition,
4.1.1 Tap the “PLAY” key, recording will start.
4.1.2 Tap the “PLAY” key to pause recording, the record time will flicker.
4.1.3 Tap and hold the PLAY Button to save the current recorded file.
4.1.4 Tap the PLAY Button to start a new recording
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Low battery
When recording, if the battery power is low, the System will save the current
recorded file, stop recording and show LOW BATTERY. Please charge the
battery if this condition occurs.
About Display Errors
1. Record file is full
When the recording file reaches 99 units or the flash space is full, “the record
file is full” will appear. You must delete some MP3 songs or other recording
files to free more space in order to continue recording.
2. Disk space is full
When the disk has no more space to save the record files, you will no longer be
able to record. You must delete some MP3 songs or other record files to free
more space and continue recording.
3. Disk error
When “Disk error” appears, it is time to format the Player. Simply plug your
Player into your PC and enter my computer. From here right click the Player
(you must make sure it is your Player before formatting) then left click on format
and again on quick format and then click start.
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5. LINE IN Recording
5.1
Connect your iPod or other audio source and the Line In jack on SMPV2GBUB with a patch cable (not included)
5.2
From the main menu, select Record and tap the MODE Button to enter
the record control mode.
5.3
Before recording, tap the MODE Button to enter the Record submenu to
choose the record quality. There are 2 options: 32K BPS or 64K BPS.
5.4
Tap
/
to select the desired record quality and tap the MODE Button
to confirm.
5.5
Tap the PLAY button to start Line In recording.
5.6
Tap the “PLAY” key to pause recording, the record time will flicker.
5.7
Tap and hold the PLAY Button to save the current recorded file.
5.8
Tap the PLAY Button to start a new recording.
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Exit:
Return to the record standby interface.
6. Playing Recordings
The Line In and MIC recordings can be played in the Voice mode.
From the main menu, select Voice.
6.1 Settings
Repeat Mode Setting
6.1.1 There are 7 play modes available: Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat
Folder, Repeat All, Random and Intro.
During the voice playback, tap the
MODE Button to enter the Voice play
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setting mode and select Repeat. Tap the MODE Button to enter. And then tap
/
to select the mode you prefer and tap the MODE Button to confirm.
6.1.2 Tempo rate setting:
There are 16 levels from -8 to +8. -8 is the slowest, +8 is the fastest and 0
means normal speed.
In the Voice submenu, select tempo by tapping the MODE Button. Tap
select the rate of playing and tap the MODE Button to confirm.
6.1.3 Exit
Exit from the Voice submenu and return to the Voice play screen.
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/
to
6.2
Playing Records
6.2.1 Tap the MODE Button to enter the Voice play screen.
6.2.2 Tap
/
to select your desired recorded file and tap the Play Button to
play
6.2.3 Tap VOL +/ VOL- to adjust the volume.
6.2.4 To stop tap the Play Button once.
6.2.5 To turn the Player off tap and hold the Play Button.
6.3
Managing recording files:
6.3.1 During playback stop mode tap the MODE to enter the Voice submenu.
6.3.2 Select Local Folder, tap
/
to select Root or RECORD you want, tap
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the MODE Button to confirm.
Deleting file:
In voice playback stop mode, tap MODE Button to enter the submenu, select
Delete and tap MODE Button to confirm. Tap
/
to select the file you want
to delete and then tap the MODE Button to confirm. Tap
/
to select Yes or
No, and then tap MODE Button to execute.
Delete all:
The procedure is the same as Delete, but all the files in the folder will be deleted.
Exit: Exit from this menu
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6.4 Error display
6.4.1 No record file
This error message will be displayed when the file is no longer available on the
Player.
6.4.2 Illegal file
When the record file is damaged or the file is not a record file, the Player can’t
play the file
7. Photo Browse
This function supports all JPEG format pictures
7.1. Playing Pictures
7.1.1 From the main menu, tap
/
buttons to choose the “Photo” option.
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7.1.2 Tap the MODE Button to enter the picture list.
7.1.3 Tap the
/
button to choose your desired picture and tap PLAY Button
/
button to browse pictures in sequence(only suitable for
to display
7.1.4 Tap the
“Manual play”).
7.2 Setting Play Mode
7.2.1 In the picture list, tap the MODE Button to enter Photo submenu,
7.2.2 Tap the
7.2.3 Tap the
/
button to select “play set”.
/
button to choose “Manual play” or “auto play” options,
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and tap the MODE Button to confirm.
7.2.4 If Auto play is selected, tap the
/
key set the “auto play” speed from 2
to 10 seconds. Tap the MODE Button to confirm.
7.3 Deleting Files
7.3.1 From the picture list, tap the MODE Button to enter the submenu.
7.3.2 Tap the
/
to choose “Delete”
7.3.3 Tap the MODE Button to enter this option.
7.3.4 Tap
/
to choose the photo you want to delete and tap the MODE
Button to confirm.
7.3.5 Tap
/
to choose ”Yes” or “No”, and then tap the MODE Button to
execute.
7.3.6 If Delete all is chosen and yes is confirmed all the files will be deleted.
7.4 Exit
Choose to exit and return to the picture list.
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8. System Setting
Choose Setup from the main menu and tap the MODE button to enter the
Setup submenu.
There are 7 options: Record time, LCD set, Language, Power off, Online Mode,
Memory info., Firmware version.
Tap
/
to select the setting option and then tap the MODE Button to confirm.
Press and holding the MODE Button will take you back to the Setup menu.
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8.1
Setting Record time
8.1.1 After entering the Setup menu, tap the MODE Button to enter Setup
submenu and select Record time and tap MODE Button to enter.
8.1.2 Tap the “VOL+/VOL-” key to select the item you want to change.
8.1.3 Tap
/
key to modify the item you selected.
8.1.4 Tap the MODE Button to confirm the setting and exit from the system time
submenu.
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8.2 LCD setup
Black mode: this sets a fixed period of time ranging from 6 ~ 30 seconds, so if
no buttons are pressed for the chosen time, the screen of the Player will turn
black automatically. If “0” is selected, the LCD will stay on and not go off.
8.3 Language setting
Users can choose one of the 25 languages in this mode.
In the Setup submenu tap MODE Button to enter the Language list. Tap
/
to choose the language and tap the MODE Button to confirm the selection and
return to the Setup submenu.
8.4 Power off setting
There are two choices: Off time and Sleep time.
Off time: means that if no buttons are pressed during the chosen period of time,
the system will go into sleep mode automatically. You can choose from 10 - 60
seconds. Tap the
/
buttons to set the desired power off time then tap the
MODE Button to confirm. If “0” is selected, the unit will remain on.
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Sleep time: means that if no buttons are pressed during the chosen time, the
system will go into sleep mode automatically. Choose from 10-120 minutes. If
“0” is selected, the unit will remain on.
Note: Sleep mode is only valid one time after it has been set. The system will
delete the setting automatically after it works. If you want to use sleep mode
again you will need to repeat the steps above.
8.5 Online mode
Users can check the amount of free memory space left on the Player using “My
computer”.
Multi driver: you can see the Normal section and Encrypted section on “My
computer".
Normal only: only the Normal section will be shown on “My computer”
Encrypted only: only the Encrypted section shown on “My computer”
1. Connect the Player to your computer’s USB port. The Player will turn on
automatically. Click on “My computer”.
2. When you choose a mode, “My computer” will show the disk(s) accordingly.
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8.6 Memory info
Choose this to check the useable memory information in the following format:
Usable memory in MB <percentage of memory used>
8.7 Firmware version
Choose this to show the current software version of the unit.
8.8 Exit
Exit back to the main menu.
9. E-book Mode
This function supports all TXT files (ANSI files only).
1. Enter the main menu by tapping the
/
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button to choose“E-Book”
2. Tap the MODE button to enter the E-book menu.
3. Tap
/
to select the desired text file to read.
4. Tap PLAY button to enter text interface
5. Tap
/
to turn the pages in sequence
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6. While reading, tap the MODE Button to enter the Bookmark setting mode.
9.1 Adding Bookmarks.
9.1.1 Tap
/
to choose “Bookmark Add” and LCD will return to the text
interface automatically.
9.1.2 Tap
/
to turn to the passage where you want to add the bookmark.
9.1.3 Tap the Mode Button to confirm and the LCD will return to Bookmark
setting mode.
9.1.4 Repeat 9.1.2 and 9.1.3 to add more bookmarks.
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9.2Deleting Bookmarks
9.2.1 In bookmark setting mode select “Bookmark Delete”, the bookmark list
Will appear on the screen.
9.2.2 Tap
/
to highlight the bookmark which you want to delete.
9.2.3 Tap the MODE button to execute. The LCD will return to the passage.
9.3
Setting Play Mode
9.3.1 From the E-book list, tap the MODE Button to enter the text play list.
9.3.2 Tap
/
to choose “play set” option:
9.3.3 Tap the MODE Button to enter this option, or tap PLAY Button to exit.
9.3.4 Tap
/
to choose “Manual play” or “auto play” options. Tap MODE
Button to confirm.
9.3.5 Tap
/
to adjust “auto play” speed between 1 ~ 10 seconds. Tap the
MODE button to confirm.
9.4
Deleting File
9.4.1 From the E-book list, tap the MODE Button to the text play list.
9.4.2 Tap
/
to choose “Delete”. The text list will appear.
9.4.3 Tap
/
to highlight the text you to delete and tap MODE Button to
confirm.
9.4.4 Tap
/
to choose Yes or No, and tap the MODE Button to confirm.
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9.5
Delete All
9.5.1 From the E-book list, tap the MODE Button to enter text play list.
9.5.2 Tap
/
to choose “Delete All” and the MODE Button to enter this
/
to choose Yes or No, if yes is selected all the E-book files will
option.
9.5.3 Tap
be deleted.
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Technical specifications
Music format
MP3 WMA. WAV
Video format
AMV
Picture format
JPG
Storage capacity
2GB
Display
1.8” TFT color display , 128 x 160 matrix
SNR
85dB
Record mode
MIC internal record
Output frequency range
20 Hz -22 kHz
Battery specification
3.7V rechargeable lithium battery
PC slot
USB2.0
System requirement
Win2000/XP/Vista or Mac OS 9 and up
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
If you experience difficulties in the use of this media Player, please check the
following or call 1-800-777-5331 for Customer Service.
Problems
Unit does not turn on
Possible Solutions
Make sure the Power Switch is set to ON.
The battery power may be low. Please
No display when I turn on
connect the Player to your computer USB port
the unit.
for recharging. Charge for about 10 minutes
and retry.
Make sure the volume is not set to zero and
No sound coming from
the earbuds or speaker
check out the connection between the
earbuds and the unit.
MP3 files may be corrupted. Please download
from your computer again.
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Record Time always
reverts to default setting
Try not to set POWER On/Off switch to “Off”.
Set unit to sleep mode by tapping PLAY
button instead.
Strange Characters
Check out for correct display language you
Displayed on the Screen
have chosen.
Make sure the USB connection to your
Unable to Download
Music
computer is good and the connecting cable is
not broken.
Make sure memory space of your Player is
not full.
My computer goes wrong
Be sure not to disconnect the Player during a
when I disconnect the
file transfer from the computer.
Player
Can’t see the files which
have been stored in the
Player
The file type may be wrong. Check that for
songs the type is either of MP3, WAV or
WMA. For Videos it must be AMV and for
photos it must be in JPEG.
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SERVICE
Please refer to the instructions on the enclosed warranty card for returning your
unit for service.
Distributed by
Spectra Merchandising International, Inc.
4230 North Normandy Avenue,
Chicago IL 60534 U.S.A.
Please have model number ready, for Customer Service, call 1-800-777-5331
Printed in China
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