RCA M5002 User's Manual

RCA M5002 User's Manual
RCA
M5001/M5002
User’s Manual
REV 1.1
FCC Information
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV
FCC Information
technician for help.
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,
Also, the Federal Communications Commission has
and (2) This device must accept any interference
prepared a helpful booklet, "How To Identify and
received including interference which may cause
Resolve Radio TV Interference Problems." This
undesired operation.
booklet is available from the U.S. Government
This equipment has been tested and found to comply Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Please
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant specify stock number 004-000-00345-4 when
ordering copies.
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
Canadian ICES-003.
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
Cet appareil numérique de la class B est conforme
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
à la norme du NMB-003 du Canada.
interference to radio communications. However,
Have a Blast- Just Not in Your Eardrums. Make
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
sure you turn down the volume on the unit before
in a particular installation.
you put on headphones. Increase the volume to the
desired level only after headphones are in place.
In accordance with FCC requirements, changes or
modifications not expressly approved by Thomson
Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate this
product. If this equipment does cause harmful
CAUTION
interference to radio or television reception, which
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
can be determined by turning the equipment off and
THE
LIGHTNING
FLASH AND ARROWHEAD WITHIN THE
TRIANGLE
IS
A
WARNING
SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
"DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE"
INSIDE
THE PRODUCT.
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.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO
NOT
REMOVE
COVER(OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS
IN-SIDE.
REFER
SERVICING
TO
QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THE EXCLAMATION
POINT
WITHIN
THETRIANGLE
IS
AWARNING
SIGNALERTING YOU
OF
IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS
ACCOMPANYING
THE PRODUCT.
SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM / BACK OF PRODUCT
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
The descriptions and characteristics given in this document are given as a general indication and not as a
guarantee. In order to provide the highest quality product possible, we reserve the right to make any
improvement or modification without prior notice. The English version serves as the final reference on all
products and operational details should any discrepancies arise in other languages.
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Safety Information
RCA
M5001
RCA
M5002
Equipment tested for
compliance as a
complete unit
Equipment tested for
compliance as a
complete unit
Product Registration
Electrical Consumption
Please fill out the product registration card and
return it immediately. Returning this card allows
us to contact you if needed.
Lithium ion polymer rechargeale battery
Note: Do not separately recharge, disassemble,
incinerate, or expose to high temperature. Examples
of high temperatures that may damage your product
include leaving it in a locked car in summer, or
putting it on top of heat generating electronical
devices (Such as power amplifiers and computer
monitors.)
For Your Records
Keep your sales receipt for proof of purchase to
obtain warranty parts and service. In the event that
service should be required, you may need both the
model number and the serial number. In the space
below, record the date and place of purchase, and
the serial number: Date of Purchase Place of
Purchase Serial No.
IMPORTER
Comercializadora Thomson de México, S.A. de C.V.
Álvaro Obregón No. 151. Piso 13.
Col. Roma. Delegación Cuauhtémoc
C.P. 06700. México, D.F.
Telefono: 52-55-11-020360
RFC: CTM-980723-KS5
Service Information
This product should be serviced only by those
specially trained in appropriate servicing techniques.
For instructions on how to obtain service, refer to
the warranty included in this Guide.
Technical Specification Product:
Digital Audio Player
Brand: RCA
Model: M5001/M5002
This unit may temporarily cease to function if subjected to electrostatic disturbance. To resume normal
operation, it may be necessary to cycle the power off and back on
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End User License Agreement
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Table of Contents
FCC Information ...................................................i
View Photo ...................................................... 17
Slideshow ........................................................ 18
Safety Information ............................................... ii
Rotate Photo.................................................... 18
End User License Agreement............................. iii
Puzzle .............................................................. 19
How to Use This Manual ......................................1
Video ...................................................................20
Safety Instructions ................................................2
Play Video ....................................................... 20
Chapter 1. Introduction........................................3
Unpack ..................................................................4
Notes....................................................................21
Read *.txt File ................................................. 21
FM Radio.............................................................22
Chapter 2. Getting Started ...................................5
Listen to FM Ratio .......................................... 22
Overview ...............................................................5
Customize Channels/ Auto-Scan .................... 23
LCD Display .........................................................6
Browser ...............................................................24
Main Menu.........................................................6
Browse Contents ............................................. 24
Normal Playback Mode .....................................7
Setting..................................................................25
Battery Recharge ...................................................8
Lyric On/ Off................................................... 25
Battery Status .....................................................8
SRS.................................................................. 26
Lock Switch ..........................................................9
Set EQ ............................................................. 27
Utility CD..............................................................9
Set Repeat Mode ............................................. 27
Chapter 3. Connect and Disconnect..................10
Record Settings ............................................... 28
Slide Settings................................................... 29
Connect to Computer ..........................................10
Radio Region................................................... 30
Chapter 4. Basic Usage .......................................11
Power Off ........................................................ 30
Power On............................................................. 11
Backlight Off................................................... 31
Power Off ............................................................ 11
Brightness........................................................ 31
Select and Enter a Function ................................ 11
Music...................................................................12
Music Playback................................................12
Add Songs to Playlist.......................................13
Add Artist/ Album/ Line In/ Radio/ Voice to
Playlist..............................................................13
Remove a Song from Playlist ..........................14
Delete a Song from Device..............................14
Language ......................................................... 32
Date and Time ................................................. 33
Master Reset.................................................... 34
Info .................................................................. 34
Record .................................................................35
Line-In Recording ........................................... 35
Microphone Recording ................................... 36
Radio Recording ............................................. 36
Lyric Function On/ Off ....................................15
Language Learning Function ..............................37
SRS WOW .......................................................15
Synchronize Songs ..............................................38
Set EQ ..............................................................16
More Information............................................... 40
Set Repeat Mode ..............................................16
Photo....................................................................17
U.S. Warranty..................................................... 41
How to Use This Manual
This User’s Manual provides instructions and illustrations on how to install and
operate your M5001/M5002. We assume that your operating system is at least
Windows ME / 2000 / XP, and you are capable to follow the step-by-step instructions
to install the utility of M5001/M5002. For users who are not able to manage the OS
properly, it is suggested to learn more about Microsoft Windows by referring to your
Microsoft Windows manual before installing the provided utility.
Chapter 1, Introduction, tells you the main features of M5001/M5002 and lists the
accessories should be found in the package.
Chapter 2, Getting Started, introduces the function keys on M5001/M5002, and
shows the LCD Display status in different mode.
Chapter 3, Utility Installation, describes how to install M5001/M5002 and the
specially designed utility for your new M5001/M5002.
Chapter 4, Basic Usage, describes how to use each function of M5001/M5002. It is
recommended to read this chapter carefully before using M5001/M5002.
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Safety Instructions
1.
Always read the safety instructions carefully.
2.
Keep this User’s Manual for future reference.
3.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
4.
Never pour any liquid into the opening that could damage or cause electrical
shock.
5.
If any of the following situations arise, get the equipment checked by a service
personnel:
• Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
• The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
• The equipment has not worked well or you can not get it work according to
User’s Manual.
• The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
6.
Do not change the default folders in the M5001/M5002, or the device might
function abnormally.
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Chapter 1. Introduction
Congratulations on becoming a new user of M5001/M5002. The new M5001/M5002
will improve the convenience of listening music, viewing photos/ videos, and sharing
data. We are proud to tell our users that M5001/M5002 is thoroughly tested and
certified by our reputation for unsurpassed dependability and customer satisfaction.
M5001/M5002 is a high performance portable multimedia player that enables users to
play MP3/ WMA/ WMA with DRM audio, M-JPEG video, JPEG graphic, listen to
FM radio broadcast (optional), record voice/ Line-in/ FM program (optional), and to
store personal data. Here are the major features:
„ Digital Audio Player – supports MP3, WMA and WMA with DRM audio.
„ Video Player – supports .MOV video files encoded with M-JPEG up to a
resolution of 128x160 and 12 frames per second (fps).
„ Photo Browser – supports JPEG graphics and provides slideshow function.
„ FM Radio – with the optional FM module, M5001/M5002 supports FM Radio
function.
„ TXT File Reader – supports TXT and LRC Unicode files.
„ Voice Recorder – provides synchronous voice recording function.
„ Record Voice/ FM Radio – provides synchronous recording function from FM or
directly from a CD player. Recorded files will be stored in MP3 or WAV format.
„ A-B Section Repeat – enables users to repeat particular section during normal
playback. With this function, users can pay attention on the repeated playback to
learn language.
„ EQ and SRS effect – you are able to select SRS effect or one of EQ modes to
enjoy your music listening.
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„ USB Storage Device – allows users to store data needed in M5001/M5002. (The
capacity depends on the model you bought.)
„ Hold Switch – M5001/M5002 has a Hold Switch, which locates on the side for
preventing any accidental operation while recording or playing. Once the Hold
Switch is switched to lock position, all function keys on are disabled instantly.
Unpack
Please check if you have all the accessories included when you open the packing box.
If any of the items are damaged or missing, please contact directly the vendor where
you purchased M5001/M5002.
z
Earphone
z
USB Cable (A male to mini B male)
z
Line-In Cable
z
Utility CD (User’s Manual included)
z
Quick Starting Guide
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Chapter 2. Getting Started
Overview
1. Display Screen
Read status and information at this window.
2. MIC
Internal Microphone.
3. Exit/
Press it to exit to higher level menu.
Submenu
Hold it for two seconds to display available options.
Options will vary depending on what menu is displayed.
Some menus will not display options.
4. Play/Pause
Press it to play selected track. While playing press it to
pause and press again to resume playback.
Power
When it is off, press it once to power on; when it is on,
press it for 2 seconds to power off.
5. Record
Press this button to start/ stop recording (not available in
playback mode).
Repeat A->B
6. Lock
Press it to activate A-B repeat function during playback.
Switch to Lock position to prevent any mis-touch. Switch
back to unlock.
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7. Up
Volume Up
8. Down
Volume Down
9. Left
Previous/Rewind
Press it to select among items.
During playback, press it to increase volume level.
Press it to select among items.
During playback, press it to decrease volume level.
Press it to select among options.
During playback, press it to go the previous track, or
press and hold to rewind within a track.
10. Right
Next/Forward
Press it to select among options.
During playback, press it to go to the next track, or press
and hold to fast-forward within a track.
11. OK/ Enter
Press it to confirm item selection.
12. USB Connecter
Connect one end of the supplied USB extension cable
here to read data on PC, or to be USB Host.
13. Strap Hole
Tie the Strap here.
14. Earphone Jack
Plug the supplied earphone here.
Line-In Jack
Insert line-in cable for Line-in recording.
LCD Display
Main Menu
1.
Function Icon
Shows icon of the function.
2.
Function Name
Shows name of the function.
3.
Scroll
Press up/ down key to select other function.
4.
Function Icon
Shows icons of the other functions.
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5.
Clock
Shows the time (adjustment required).
6.
Battery Status
Shows the status of the battery capacity.
Normal Playback Mode
A. Function
Displays current function.
B. Play/Pause
Displays music or recording files playback status.
C. Track Name
Displays name of selected track.
D. Album Name
Displays album name of the track (info edited required).
E. Artist Name
Displays name of the singer or the player (info edited
required).
F.
Equalizer
Shows the equalizer bar of current playback.
G. Playback Time Bar Shows the playback progress.
H. Track Timer
Displays the on-going timer of the current playback file.
I.
Display the current track number and the total number of
Track Number
tracks.
J.
Clock
K. Repeat/
A-B
L. EQ/SRS
Displays current time (adjustment required).
Indicates the Repeat Mode selected.
Shows when A to B Section Repeat function is enabled.
Indicates SRS status or EQ mode settings that include
Normal, Classical, POP, Rock, and Jazz.
M. Battery
Indicates the Battery Status.
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Battery Recharge
M5001/M5002 comes with a Lithium ion polymer rechargeable battery. To charge the
Li-ion battery, follow the instructions below:
1. On the bottom side of M5001/M5002, you could see a USB (B type, female)
port.
2. Do not turn on M5001/M5002. Plug mini USB (B type, male) end of supplied
USB cable to M5001/M5002, and USB (A type, male) end to your computer.
3. While recharging is on going, you would see
battery is full of power, you would see
icon on the display. When the
icon. The built-in battery can be
80-percent charged in about three hours, and fully charged in about five hours.
4. To stop recharging, refer to next chapter to safely disconnect the USB cable.
Note: The built-in battery can only be charged by USB cable. Charge the player for
8 hours before first time operation.
Battery Status
Low
Full
M5001/M5002 comes with a Li-ion rechargeable battery. Refer to the figure above to
know the battery status. Charge the battery when necessary.
Note: Before using for the first time, it is recommended to charge exact eight hours
for a full battery charge.
Note: Do not separately recharge, disassemble, incinerate, or expose to high
temperature. Examples of high temperatures that may damage your product
include leaving it in a locked car in summer, or putting it on top of heat
generating electronical devices (Such as power amplifiers and computer
monitors.)
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Lock Switch
M5001/M5002 has a Lock Switch to avoid accidental operation. Slide it to lock
position while power is on, and all function keys are disabled. Slide it to unlock to
continue. If the switch is at lock position, M5001/M5002 can not be turned on.
Unlock it to continue.
Utility CD
M5001/M5002 package includes a Utility CD. Insert the supplied CD into your
CD-ROM, and the CD will auto run. On computer screen, you will see the display
shown as below. Follow the instruction to install required tool and software.
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Chapter 3. Connect and Disconnect
Connect to Computer
Note: If the Windows Media Player on your computer is below version 10, upgrade
it via Internet beforehand, to help system recognize M5001/M5002 in MTP
mode.
Note: Power up the device to establish USB connection if the unit is in battery
charging mode. Make sure the lock key is in Unlock position.
1.
On the bottom side of M5001/M5002, you could see a USB (B type, female) port.
2.
Plug mini USB (B type, male) end of supplied USB cable to M5001/M5002, and
plug USB (A type, male) end to your computer. Then turn on M5001/M5002.
3.
Once M5001/M5002 is connected to computer, it should be detected by operating
system. And you can manage files within or copy files from the computer.
4.
You would see below figures during connection. The left one means
M5001/M5002 is connected to computer, and the right one means
M5001/M5002 is under reading and writing processes.
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Chapter 4. Basic Usage
This chapter introduces the basic usages of M5001/M5002. Please read carefully to
know how to operate your device. Note that the figures below are for reference only.
Power On
Before operation, you have to turn on the device first. Follow the steps below to turn
on M5001/M5002.
1.
Press Play/ Pause button
2.
The screen will display the Start Logo.
3.
Then you will see the Main Menu on the screen, the
once.
device is ready to function.
Note: if M5001/5002 can not be turned on, please check the
Lock switch and battery capacity.
Power Off
Once the device is turned on, you can turn it off in any mode. Follow the steps below
to turn off your M5001/M5002.
button for about 2 seconds.
1.
In any modes, press
2.
The screen will display the Power Off Logo.
3.
Then the screen will be all dark, the device is turned off.
Note: if M5001/M5002 does not response for several minutes,
press
for about 5 seconds to force shut down.
Select and Enter a Function
M5001/M5002 supports multi-function, follow steps below to operate.
1.
On Main Menu, press
or
button to select a function.
The function icon shows at left side.
2.
Stop at the function needed, and press OK key to enter the
function.
3.
Then you see the submenu of selected function.
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Music
Music Playback
M5001/M5002 supports MP3, WAV, WMA and WMA format with DRM audio.
Follow the steps below to enjoy music.
1.
To play music/ voice, select and enter the Music option on
Main Menu.
2.
Then press
or
button to select how you want to sort
the music files.
- Select All List to play all music files stored.
- Select Artist to select all songs of an artist.
- Select Album to select an album to play.
- Select Record to play files recorded by the device.
- Select Playlist to play songs by playlist edited.
3.
Select a music file or select a Playlist, and press OK key
to play.
4.
While playing, press
/
button continuously to
rewind / fast-forward the track; press
beginning of the track; press
once to go to
once to go to the next
track.
5.
Press
key to increase volume level, or press
key to
decrease. Volume bar will show at the bottom of display.
Note: refer to Synchronize Songs section to synchronize
music to make sure all MP3 info is imported correctly.
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Add Songs to Playlist
In M5001/M5002, you can edit personal playlist to include your favorite songs.
Follow the steps below.
1.
In playback mode or on Music file list, press
button
for 2 seconds to call submenu.
2.
Select the Add to PL item and press OK key to activate.
3.
Press
or
button to select a Playlist number where
you want to add the song to.
4.
Press OK key to save, and you will see “Saving” message.
5.
Repeat steps 1-4 to add more songs to the playlist if
needed.
Add Artist/ Album/ Line In/ Radio/ Voice to Playlist
You can also add Artist, Album, Line In, and Radio, Voice of Record to playlist.
1.
Select Artist on Music file list and press OK key to Enter
2.
Select an artist and press
button for 2 seconds to call
submenu.
3.
Select the Add to PL item and press OK key to activate.
4.
Press
or
button to select a Playlist number by your
need.
5.
Press OK key to save, and you will see “Saving” message.
6.
Repeat steps 1-4 to add more artists to playlist if needed.
7.
By the same way, you can add album, line-in, radio, and
voice to playlist.
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Remove a Song from Playlist
1.
Select and enter the Music item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Playlist you want edit.
3.
Use
or
button to select a song to delete, and press
button for 2 seconds to call submenu.
4.
Select Delete in the submenu and press OK key to delete
selected song from playlist.
Note: the song still remains in the device, only be removed
from playlist.
Delete a Song from Device
1.
Select and enter the Music item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the folder where the song locates.
3.
Use
or
key to select a song to delete, and press
button for 2 seconds to call submenu.
4.
Select Delete in the submenu and press OK key to
activate.
5.
A confirm box will show up, select Yes or No by
or
button, then press OK key to confirm.
6.
You will see delete percentage on the screen. And after
the percentage goes to 100%, “Delete Finish!” message
also shows.
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Lyric Function On/ Off
M5001/M5002 supports lyric display. If you stored songs with lyric files, you can
turn on the lyric to read by the steps below.
1.
In playback mode, call submenu.
2.
Select the Lyric On item and press OK key to confirm,
you can read the lyric as the track is playing. (if lyric
function is already on, you will see Lyric Off)
3.
To turn off the function, choose Lyric Off option.
SRS WOW
M5001/M5002 supports SRS WOW effect. WOW is a special combination of SRS
audio technologies that creates a thrilling experience with deep rich bass from sound
source.
Note that when SRS is enabled, the EQ settings will be disabled at the same time.
1.
In playback mode, call submenu.
2.
Select and enter the SRS option.
Note: The
mark is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. WOW
technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
3.
Select On to enable the SRS (WOW) effect. Select Off to
disable the SRS (WOW) effect.
4.
Also you can select other sound effects Field Brightness,
TruBass, or WOW Volume, and adjust the values.
- Brightness: indicates the SRS effect brightness.
- TruBass: TruBass is a patented SRS technology that
enhances bass performance and delivers the perception of
deep rich bass.
- WOW Volume: indicates the WOW effect volume.
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Set EQ
M5001/M5002 provides various EQ modes, such as POP, Rock, Jazz, and Classical.
You can choose as following steps to increase the enjoyment of listening to music and
to meet your personal needs.
1.
In playback mode, call submenu.
2.
Select and enter EQ item.
3.
Use Up or Down key to select Normal, POP, Rock, Jazz
or Classical, then press OK key to confirm.
Note: Once EQ is enabled, the SRS(WOW) settings will be
disabled at the same time.
Set Repeat Mode
1.
In playback mode, call submenu.
2.
Select the Repeat item.
3.
Select one option below in Repeat mode submenu.
a.
Normal: Play selected tracks in sequence.
b.
Repeat One: Repeat the current track.
c.
Repeat All: Repeat all selected tracks.
d.
Shuffle: Play all selected tracks in random order, for
one time.
e.
Shuffle REP: Plays and repeats all selected tracks in
random order.
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Photo
M5001/M5002 supports JPEG graphics (up to 8 mega pixels) and provides slideshow
function.
View Photo
1.
To view photos stored on M5001/M5002, select Photo
option on Main Menu and press OK key to enter the photo
function.
2.
Select and press OK key on a file to view, then thumbnails
of stored first 12 photos will show on display. (Select and
enter a folder where the photo belongs first if necessary.)
3.
Use Up or Down key to select a thumbnail, then press OK
key to view the photo in full screen.
4.
After one photo is selected to view in full screen, you can
view it on the display. You can see there are left and right
arrows at the bottom of the photo. Press left key to view
the previous photo, or press right arrow to view the next
one.
Note: If you want to delete photos in the file list, please refer
to “Music - Delete a Song from Device” section.
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Slideshow
You can have the JPEG files slideshow on M5001/M5002.
1.
While viewing one photo, press
slideshow. There will be a
button to start
icon at the bottom right
corner of the display.
2.
To stop slideshow, press
be a
button again. And there will
icon at the bottom right corner of the display.
Note: You can set how long each image to be displayed, refer
to Setting - Slide Interval.
Note: You can also set to have photos slideshow after
performing rotation when necessary. Simply press OK
key will do.
Rotate Photo
You can rotate photos to suit the display for viewing clearly when necessary.
1.
To rotate one photo, call submenu while viewing it. Select
90cw or 90ccw option and press OK key to rotate the
photo 90 degrees by clockwise or by counter-clockwise.
The photo will rotate and show on the display.
2.
Select 90cw or 90ccw again to rotate again or to restore
the photo.
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Puzzle
You can play puzzle with the stored photo.
1.
While viewing one photo, call submenu. Select Puzzle
option and press OK key. The photo will be cut in pieces,
one piece will be cut down as a black box, and the others
will be moved and placed in wrong order.
2.
Use direction keys to move the pieces near the black box
and have the photo restored. Ex: press up key to bring the
piece below the box upwards; press right key to move the
piece at the left of the box to right. (Quit by press
button once. Hold
3.
button can rewind the steps.)
You have at most 500 steps to move. After all pieces are
replaced in order, the black box will also appear. And you
will see “Finish!” message on the display. Or, if you can
not restore the photo in 500 steps, you will see “Game
Over!” on the display.
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Video
Play Video
M5001/M5002 supports .MOV video files encoded with M-JPEG up to a resolution
of 128x160 and 12 frames per second (fps).
1.
To play video files stored on M5001/M5002, select
Video option on Main Menu and press OK key to enter
the video function.
2.
Select a video file on the file list and press OK key to play
the selected file. (Select and enter a folder where the
video locates first if necessary.)
3.
Press
button to pause or resume the video playback.
Note: Video will be played broadwise to fit the screen and to
have better view.
Note: If you want to delete video in the file list, please refer
to “Music - Delete a Song from Device” section.
Note: If your video file is not .mov (M-JPEG) format, you
have to transfer it into playable format on computer.
You can find video converter program such as Quick
Time Pro on the Internet.
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Notes
Read *.txt File
M5001/M5002 supports reading .txt and .lrc Unicode files.
1.
To read text files stored on M5001/M5002, select Notes
option on Main Menu and press OK key to enter the
Notes function.
2.
Select a text file on the file list and press OK key to read
it. (Select and enter a folder where the video belongs first
if necessary.)
3.
Press
or
key to read the complete text.
Note: If you want to delete text files on the file list, please
refer to “Music - Delete a Song from Device” section.
Note: The Unicode text files can be read on M5001/M5002
correctly. Open the text files on computer, select “Save
as…” and choose Code to be Unicode, then press Save
button. And then you can copy the file to and read
from M5001/M5002.
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FM Radio
Listen to FM Ratio
M5001/M5002 supports FM radio function.Follow steps below to enjoy FM radio.
1.
To listen to the FM radio broadcast by M5001/M5002,
select the Radio option on Main Menu and press OK key
to enter. (Also, the earphones have to be plugged, they
are the antenna of M5001/M5002)
2.
In the very first time performing FM function, you will
see “Searching…” message on the display. The system
will search for stations available and set as default
channels.
3.
Then you can press Play key to switch between the
channel option and frequency. When channel option is
highlighted with left and right arrows, press left or right
arrow to select a channel preset.
4.
When radio frequency bar is highlighted with left and
right arrows, press the left or right key to adjust the
frequency you want. You can hold the keys to adjust
faster.
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Customize Channels/ Auto-Scan
You can also set channels at your preference. And if you go to different region, you
can perform Auto Preset to scan available stations.
1.
Adjust the frequency to the station you need, call
submenu, and select Save CH option.
2.
Press up or down key to select a channel number from 1
to 15, and press OK key to confirm saving the frequency
to the station selected.
3.
To automatically scan and save radio stations again, call
submenu, and select Auto Preset option. You will see
“Searching…” message on display. After the message
disappears, new stations will be saved to the device. And
you can select and listen to one of them.
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Browser
M5001/M5002 provides an easy access to file management. The file browser can
open and arrange files stored on the device.
Browse Contents
In Browser, you can open video, music, photo, note files which are readable by each
function page.
1.
Select Browser option on Main Menu and press OK key
to enter.
2.
Select the file you want to browse and press OK key to
open selected file. (Select and enter a folder where the file
locates first if necessary.)
3.
Then you can watch the video, view the photo, listen to
the music, or read the note depends on which sort of file it
is. And you can also operate the function, such as rewind
the video, pause the music, puzzle the photo, and etc.
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Setting
Enter Setting Menu, you can adjust all the options and allow M5001/M5002 to meet
your needs.
1.
Select Setting option on Main Menu and press OK key to
enter.
Lyric On/ Off
M5001/M5002 supports lyric display. If you store songs with lyric files, you can turn
on the lyric to read lyric by the steps below.
1.
Select Setting option on Main Menu and press OK key to
enter.
2.
Select Lyric on the sub menu and press OK key to enter.
3.
Select On and press OK key to confirm, then you will
read lyric on the display while playing a music with lyric.
4.
To turn off the function, choose Off option.
Note: Before you can see the lyric, you have to add it to each
MP3. You can download it, write it yourself, use
peculiar programs, or plug-ins of Winamp to edit it.
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SRS
M5001/M5002 supports SRS effect. WOW is a special combination of SRS audio
technologies that creates a thrilling experience with deep rich bass from sound source.
Note that when SRS is enabled, the EQ settings will be disabled at the same time.
1.
Select Setting option on Main Menu and press OK key to
enter.
2.
Select SRS on the sub menu and press OK key to enter.
3.
Select On and press OK key to confirm.
4.
To turn off the effect, choose Off option.
5.
Also you can select the other sound effects Field
Brightness, TruBass, or WOW Volume, and adjust the
values. Select and enter those three options, you can see a
status bar, adjust the value by left and right key, then
press OK key to confirm.
-
Brightness: indicates the SRS effect brightness.
-
TruBass: TruBass is a patented SRS technology that
enhances bass performance and delivers the perception
of deep rich bass.
-
WOW Volume: indicates the WOW effect volume.
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Set EQ
M5001/M5002 provides POP, Rock, Jazz, and Classical EQ modes. Note: Once EQ
is enabled, SRS settings will be disabled at the same time.
1.
Select Setting option on Main Menu and press OK key to
enter.
2.
Select and enter EQ item.
3.
Use
or
key to select Normal, POP, Rock, Jazz or
Classical, then press OK key to confirm.
Set Repeat Mode
1.
Select Setting option on Main Menu and press OK key to
enter.
2.
Select the Repeat item.
3.
Select one option below in Repeat mode submenu, then
press OK key to confirm.
a.
Normal: Play selected tracks in sequence.
b.
Repeat One: Repeat the current track.
c.
Repeat All: Repeat all selected tracks.
d.
Shuffle: Play all selected tracks in random order, for
one time.
e.
Shuffle REP: Plays and repeat all selected tracks in
random order.
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Record Settings
1.
Select Setting option on Main Menu and press OK key to
enter.
2.
Select and enter Record option.
3.
Select and enter the Quality item.
4.
Select one of the options by your needs.
5.
You can set the record file type to be MP3 or WAV by
selecting the options in File Type, then press OK key to
confirm.
Note: WAV files usually have the quality close to original,
while MP3 files usually cost less capacity.
6.
And you can set the record source to be Mic or Line-in by
selecting the options in Source.
-
Select Mic to record voice by the built-in microphone
-
Select Line-in, you can record audio from external
device connected to the Line-in (Earphones) Jack.
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Slide Settings
You can set how long each image is displayed.
1.
Select and enter Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select and enter Slide Interval item.
3.
Select one from the options to meet your needs.
4.
Press
button once to go back to upper level. Select
and enter Slide Repeat item.
5.
Select On or Off and press OK key to set if repeat the
slideshow.
6.
Press
button once to go back to upper level. Select
and enter Transitions item. Select an option, then press
OK key to confirm.
-
Off: shows no transition effect.
-
Random: shows Push Alpha Blend/ Horizontal /
Vertical effect by haphazard.
-
Push Alpha Blend: change to another photo by fade in
and fade out effect.
-
Horizontal: change to another photo by horizontal
curtain effect.
-
Vertical: change to another photo by vertical curtain
effect.
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Radio Region
Due to the Radio in Japan is different from the other regions in the world, set Radio
Region to Japan first to enable listening to FM radio if you were in Japan,.
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Radio Region item.
3.
Select Japan if you were in Japan. Or, select World, then
press OK key to confirm.
Power Off
You can set the timer under Power Off setting to turn off M5001/M5002 automatically. After the selected period, M5001/M5002 will stop playing and be off.
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Power Off item.
3.
Select one from the options to meet your needs, then
press OK key to confirm.
Note: if M5001/M5002 idles for 5 minutes, it will also shut
down automatically.
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Backlight Off
Backlight timer program can save the power. After having been idle for selected
period, the device will cease backlight. Press any button to have backlight on.
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Backlight Off item.
3.
Select one from the options to meet your needs, then
press OK key to confirm.
Brightness
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Brightness item.
3.
Adjust the brightness setting, then press OK key to
confirm.
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Language
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Language item.
3.
Select a language you want to use, then press OK key to
confirm.
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Date and Time
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Date/Time item.
3.
To adjust how you want the time to be displayed, select
the Time Format item, and then select 12 hour or 24 hour
format.
4.
Select Set Time or Set date to change the time or date
settings.
5.
The current set time or date is displayed.
6.
Set time or date, then press OK key to confirm.
Note: the date will be applied to the file name of FM/
Line-In/ Mic recording.
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Master Reset
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Master Reset item.
3.
Select the Yes item, then press OK key to confirm.
Info
1.
Select the Setting item in Main Menu.
2.
Select the Info item.
3.
You can read device information on the screen.
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Record
Line-In Recording
M5001/M5002 has a build-in encoder. With this encoder, you can record external
audio via Line-In Jack. First of all, plug one end of Line-In cable to the Audio-out
jack of a Walkman, Computer, Radio, TV, or other Audio Equipments, and plug the
other end to the Line-In jack of M5001/M5002.
Note: During Music Playback, you have to pause the song
that is currently playing to start Recording.
1.
Select to encode audio to MP3 or WAV format by Setting
-> Record -> File Type.
2.
Press A-B[•] button to start recording and play music
from the audio source.
3.
On the display, a recording file should be generated and
placed under [RECORD] folder of. File name sequence
starts from LineIn-yearmonthday-001, ex:
LineIn-20060514-001, and so forth. (File extension
depends on the format you selected.)
4.
Press A-B[•] button again to stop recording, there will be
a message telling you the file name and you will see the
file list in the RECORD folder.
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Microphone Recording
M5001/M5002 has a built in Microphone, which can also works as a synchronizing
recorder. In other words, you can use it to record your voice in either an interview or a
speech. To proceed Microphone Recording, follow the steps below.
Note: During Music Playback, you have to pause the song
that is currently playing to start Recording.
1.
Press A-B[•] button to start recording.
2.
On the display, a recording file should be generated and
placed under [RECORD] folder. File named from
Voice-yearmonthday-001, ex: Voice-20060514-001, and
so forth. (File extension depends on the format you
selected.)
3.
Press A-B[•] button again to stop recording. It will be
encoded to a MP3 format file and save in the RECORD
folder in the M5001/M5002 automatically, and you will
see the status jump to the file list in the RECORD folder.
Radio Recording
1.
Select a radio broadcast channel that you want to record.
2.
Press A-B[•] button to start recording.
3.
On the Display, a recording file should be generated and
placed under the folder of [RECORD]. The file name
sequence starts from Radio-yearmonthday-001, ex:
Radio-20060514-001, and so forth. (File extension
depends on the format you selected.)
4.
Press A-B[•] button again to stop recording, and you will
see the status return to the previous status.
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Language Learning Function
M5001/M5002 enables users to listen to a particular section repeatedly during music
or voice playback. With this function, users will be able to pay attention to the
repeated section and to achieve the result of language learning.
1.
Press A-B[•] button to set the starting point when
playback. The A- icon will appear on the middle bottom
of the screen.
2. Press A-B[•] button again to set the terminal point. The
A-B icon will appear on the screen. You will hear the
repeating playback that you had set previously over and
over again.
3.
Press A-B[•] button again back to the normal playback.
Meanwhile the A-B icon will disappear on the screen.
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Synchronize Songs
Once the Windows Media Player Plug-in of M5001/M5002 has been installed (from
the supplied CD), refer to steps below to synchronize:
Note: If the version of Windows Media Player on your computer is below 10,
upgrade it via Internet beforehand.
1. Execute Windows Media Player 10 to manage your music files and edit playlist.
If the music files have no information, you can also edit them to allow the player
can sort files via information before playback.
2. Connect M5001/M5002 to your computer.
3. In the Library feature, click Sync List in Playlist pane. Select wanted files and
drag them to Sync List column.
4. Click Sync tag and select Portable Digital Player.
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5. Click the Start Sync button in the List pane, and you can see the process.
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More Information
Troubleshooting Tips
Cannot playback tracks on the player.
z Make sure audio tracks are encoded in the mp3
or Windows Media formats at supported
bitrates. Bitrates support by the player: mp3 –
32 to 320 kbps wma – 48 to 192 kbps
z WMA files may be DRM protected and you
don’t have the proper rights (license) to play the
files.
z Check the website and/or application help
system of the music download service provider
from where the content was purchased from for
license acquisition details. For more
information on how license acquisition works,
go to www .microsoft.com/windowsmedia/drm.
The player does not turn on when the PLAY
button is pressed?
z Try to reset the device by press and hold Power
button for 10 seconds.
z Battery may be empty.
Skipping tracks or bad sound quality?
z Repeat, random or program function may be
activated.
z There may be strong magnetic fields (e.g. too
close to TV) near the unit.
z Low Battery level.
z Check the source of where the track came from.
Play that same song on the computer to verify
the song was encoded properly.
Cannot play video file on the player.
z Make sure the video file can be support by the
player. The player supports .MOV video files
encoded with M-JPEG up to a resolution of
128x160 and 12 frames per second (fps).
z If the file is not supported, convert it by a video
converting tool on computer.
Cannot perform playback?
z LOCK function may be activated.
z There may be no mp3/WMA tracks in the
internal memory.
USB display does not appear when connected to
computer?
z Check connection between your unit and the
computer.
z Power up the device to establish USB
connection if the unit is in battery charging
mode. Make sure the lock key is in Unlock
position.
Cannot browse photo on the player.
z Make sure the photo file can be support by the
player.
z If the file is not supported, re-save or convert it
by a photo browsing tool on computer.
† Note:
For better result, were commend a
constant encoded bitrate from 32 to
320kbps for mp3 and 48kbps to 192kbps
for Windows Media Audio. Nevertheless,
your unit may play tracks encoded in
variable bit rate (VBR).
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U.S. Warranty
What your warranty covers:
z Defects in materials or workmanship.
For how long after your purchase:
z One year from date of purchase.
The warranty period for rental units begins with the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment to the
rental firm, whichever comes first.
What we will do:
z Provide you with a new, or at our option, a refurbished unit. The exchange unit is under warranty for
the remainder of the original product’s warranty period.
z Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice which is evidence that the product is
within the warranty period must be presented to obtain warranty service. For rental firms, proof of
first rental is also required. How to make a warranty claim:
z Properly pack your unit. Include any cables, etc., which were originally provided with the product.
We recommend using the original carton and packing materials.
z Include evidence of purchase date such as the bill of sale. Also print your name and address and a
description of the defect. Send via standard UPS or its equivalent to:
Thomson Inc.
Product Exchange Center
11721 B Alameda Avenue
Socorro, Texas 79927
z Insure your shipment for loss or damage. Thomson accepts no liability in case of damage or loss en
route to Thomson.
z Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange Center for service not covered by the warranty.
z A new or refurbished unit will be shipped to you freight prepaid.
What your warranty does not cover:
z Customer instruction. (Your Owner’s Manual provides information regarding operating Instructions and
user controls. For additional information, ask your dealer.)
z Installation and set-up service adjustments.
z Batteries.
z Damage from misuse or neglect.
z Products which have been modified or incorporated into other products.
z Products purchased or serviced outside the USA.
z Acts of nature, such as but not limited to lightning damage.
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U.S. Warranty
Product Registration:
• Please complete and mail the Product registration Card packed with your unit. It will make it easierto
contact you should it ever be necessary. The return of the card is not required for warranty coverage.
Limitation of Warranty:
• THE WARRANTY STATED ABOVE IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT.
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY
DISCLAIMED. NO VERBAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION GIVEN BY INC., ITS AGENTS OR
EMPLOYEES SHALL CREATE A GUARANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS
WARRANTY.
• REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER. THOMSON INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR ARISING
OUT OF ANY BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. THIS
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITED WARRANTY ARE GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF
THE STATE OF INDIANA. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON
THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
How state law relates to this warranty:
• Some states do not allow the exclusion nor limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to
you.
• This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you also may have other rights that vary from state to
state.
If you purchased your product outside the USA:
• This warranty does not apply. Contact your dealer for warranty information.
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