MPG-2042C_MANUAL_

Overview

Refined exterior design

Unique hand fit

Multi file format support

This player supports MP3, WMA, WAV etc. file format.

Driver free USB memory

Manage your files in the USB memory without specifying software, no need for drivers in WIN2000 or later versions of Windows

Recorder / Repeat

Voice can be recorded and saved in WAV format

Play modes

Normal, Repeat one, Folder, Repeat folder, Repeat All, random, intro

Turning timer off

The player provides Sleep and battery saving mode, more convenience for you!

Complete dynamic menu

Visualized dynamical menus with text instructions make the controls easy to use

Declarations

Thank you for choosing our product. Please read this manual carefully.

Functions and performance may change with product improvements without prior notice.

Warning

Read Safety Instructions Before Making Volume Changes.

Safe use depends on exposure time and volume levels.

Exposure should be limited to 40 hours/week when the volume is at 80 dB(A). At 89 dB(A) exposure should not exceed 5 hours/week.

Contents

Overview .............................................................................................................................................................

1

Declarations .......................................................................................................................................................

1

Warning ..............................................................................................................................................................

1

Know Your Player ..............................................................................................................................................

4

Key Function Definition ....................................................................................................................................

4

Display .........................................................................................................................................................

5

Battery Level ................................................................................................................................................

5

Battery Recharge ........................................................................................................................................

5

Main menu ..........................................................................................................................................................

6

Access to Menu ............................................................................................................................................

6

Menu List ....................................................................................................................................................

6

Music ...............................................................................................................................................................

8

Simple actions .........................................................................................................................................

8

Equalizer Mode ........................................................................................................................................

8

Synchronous Lyric Display ......................................................................................................................

8

Movie ...............................................................................................................................................................

9

Recording ........................................................................................................................................................

9

Recording in “Record mode” ...................................................................................................................

9

Select Recording Type ...........................................................................................................................

10

Voice ..............................................................................................................................................................

10

Photo .............................................................................................................................................................

10

Setup ..............................................................................................................................................................

11

○ “System Time” Setting .............................................................................................................................

11

○ “LCD” Set ...............................................................................................................................................

12

○ Language Setting ...................................................................................................................................

12

E-book ...........................................................................................................................................................

12

Game .............................................................................................................................................................

12

Tetris ..........................................................................................................................................................

13

Boxman .....................................................................................................................................................

13

Using as a USB Disk .......................................................................................................................................

13

Upgrade Your Player .......................................................................................................................................

14

Other Settings ..................................................................................................................................................

16

Choose Another Folder (Stop submenu) ...................................................................................................

16

Delete File (Stop submenu) .......................................................................................................................

16

Play Mode (Play submenu) ........................................................................................................................

17

○ REPEAT .................................................................................................................................................

17

○ SHUFFLE ................................................................................................................................................

17

○ INTRO .....................................................................................................................................................

18

EQ Mode ...................................................................................................................................................

18

About Secret Space ..................................................................................................................................

18

Convert Video Files into AMV Format ...........................................................................................................

20

Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................................................

23

Technical Specifications .................................................................................................................................

24

Know Your Player

Key Function Definition

1

: Confirm/Power On/Off, Play, Pause

2

M

: Enter main menu or exit from current menu

3

: Previous, fast rewind, volume down

4

: Next, fast forward & volume up

5

VOL

: Volume selection

6

USB

: USB socket

7

On/Off

: Power switch on /off

8

Earphone socket

Display

Repeat mode

Playback time

File name

File format

Playback status

Sound level

Battery charge remaining

Track number

Song information

Lyrics

Play progress

Battery Level

Battery is full on 3.7 V. As time goes on, the power indication displayed will decrease.

Indicator shows a blank when battery is almost flat. The battery needs recharging.

Battery Recharge

Please switch the player on before charging the battery.

This player cannot be charged in case of power off.

You also can connect the unit to a PC to recharge it.

Please switch power off when not using the player.

Main menu

Access to Menu

Press

M

key to enter the menu.

Menu List

Music mode

Movie mode

Record mode

Voice mode

Picture mode

System setup mode

Text mode

Game mode

USB mode

Music

Simple actions

1.

2.

3.

4.

Put earphone into earphone jack;

Select Music in main menu, and press to enter, short press again to play music.

Select music:

: Previous music;

: Next music.

Volume adjust:

Short press VOL key, and press

Short press VOL key, and press

to decrease volume

to increase volume

Equalizer Mode

When playing music, press

M

key to enter the play submenu;

Details of each equalizer (EQ):

Select the EQ models you want to set, and press to confirm.

Synchronous Lyric Display

The player supports lyric files with *.LRC suffix, and displays synchronously.

How to use lyric files .

Please make sure the lyric file has the same name as the music file

For example:

Music file: My heart will go on.mp3

Lyric file: My heart will go on.lrc

How to know if the lyrics are available

When the lyrics are available, during playback, press and keep the M key pressed to enter the lyrics interface.

Movie

Before playing a movie, please convert the format into AMV. You can find the convert tool in the assorted CD.

Under the main menu, select

Movie

, press to enter, and short press to play the movie.

Select a movie:

: Previous movie;

: Next movie.

Recording

Please make sure the battery has enough capacity before making a recording.

Each folder can save up to 99 voice recording files.

Recording in “Record mode”

Enter the main menu, select

Record

and enter

Short press the key to start recording, press again to stop recording.

Long press the M key to save the current recording.

Voice will be recorded in Voice folder.

If “Memory full” is displayed, this means that there is no more space left to save new recorded files ; please delete files to release memory.

If “Folder full” is shown, this means there are 99 recorded files in this folder. Please choose another one.

The player only responses to the and

M

keys when recordings are being processed.

Select Recording Type

1. When in the interface of ‘Recording stop’

2. Press the

M

key to enter the record submenu

3. Select ‘REC type’ submenu, and then short press to enter,

32K BPS

64K BPS

128K BPS

256K BPS

WAV file

WAV file

WAV file

WAV file

4.

Select the appropriate type and press the

M

key to select it

5. Press to start recording.

Voice

Under main menu, select

Voice

, and short press to enter the voice play interface, then press again to play.

Photo

This player supports JPEG and BMP format photos

Under the main menu, select

Photo

and press to enter.

Press or to select the photo you want to readview, then press to view it.

Setup

Under the main menu select

Setup

, and press to enter

“System Time” Setting

Press to enter the ‘system time’ interface:

Short press the

VOL

to set the year

Press / to adjust the data

Short press the

VOL

switch to set the month

After adjust, press to exit.

“LCD” Set

You can adjust the back screen time for automatic display turn off through the submenu.

Language Setting

Select the language you want to use by pressing / key, and press to confirm.

E-book

Under main menu, select

E-book

, and press to enter

Press / to select the document you want to read, then press the M key to enter the submenu.

Game

Under main menu, select

Game

, and press the

M key

to enter the game

Tetris

“ ” Move left

“ ” Move right

“ ” Pause / begin

M

” change shape, long press to exit

VOL

”: Speed up

Boxman

“ ” Move left

“ ” Move right

M

” Move up

VOL

” Move down

“ ”Exit

Using as a USB Disk

The player is also a standard USB disk. Supported by Windows 2000 or above (no need for drivers),

Red hat Linux 8.0 or above.

The player supports USB power supply. To enter when in “waiting mode”, press

Menu to

return to the main menu and choose the operation you need while the player is connected to a PC.

This player supports Suspend mode.

When connected to a PC, the player works in the three modes below:

Connect PC Download data

Upload data

Upgrade Your Player

You can use Pc software to maintain or upgrade the player’s firmware.

1.

2.

Connect the player to a PC.

Run the

MP3 Player Update Tool

file’ to choose the file upgrade.

(supplied with installation CD), then click ‘Select new firmware

3.

Select a new firmware file.

4.

Click ‘Start Upgrade’, the upgrade process will start.

5.

After successfully upgrading the display will look like this:

A firmware upgrade is to improve the player’s performance; you can still use it normally without completing the upgrade process

The player may not work correctly if the upgrade process is not done properly! Please read this manual carefully before completing the upgrade process.

The upgrade software will not work for other players and vice versa.

Other Settings

Choose Another Folder (Stop submenu)

You can classify files into several different folders to make them more manageable (folders should be created on a PC). The player can identify 9 folders in the root directory.

1. When stopped 2. Press the

M

key to enter the Stop submenu

3. Press the

M

key to enter the folder choosing the interface

4. Press / to select a folder

5. Press the M key to enter the selected folder

Please note:

You can set folders independently in Music / Record / Voice modes

Delete File (Stop submenu)

You delete corresponding files/channels in each Music/Voice modes.

1. When Stopped.

2. Press the

M

key to enter the Stop submenu

3. Press / to choose ‘Delete ’ or ‘Delete all’ 4. Press / to select YES, select “ NO” to cancel

5. Press the

M

key to confirm delete

‘Delete all’ will delete all files in the current folder of current mode.

I.e. Choosing ‘Delete all’ in Music mode will delete all music files; recorded files will not be affected..

Please safely remove the player and unplug the USB cable after deleting files on the PC, otherwise some files will not be removed.

Play Mode (Play submenu)

You can choose different play modes (i.e. repeat, shuffle) when playing music or recorded files

REPEAT

(Normal)

(Repeat One)

(Folder)

(Repeat Folder)

(Repeat All)

SHUFFLE

(Random)

Playing music files in sequence until the end of the folder

Repeat playing single music files

Play all music files in folder

Repeat all music files in folder

Repeat all music files

Play music files in folder randomly

INTRO

(Intro) Play the first 10 seconds of each music files in sequence

EQ Mode

Natural

Rock

Pop

Classical

Soft

Jazz

DBB

About Secret Space

NOTE: MP3 Player Disk Tool is not compatible with Windows Vista.

Some MP3 users may worry about divulging secrets. They do not want others to find private information, so this data has to be removed before loaning their MP£ player to others.

This problem can be solved by the ‘Secret Space’ technique!

Provided software can divide the whole USB disk into two parts, encrypting one of them. Private files can be moved into the encrypted part, where they can be protected by a password.

To active ‘Secret Space’:

1.

2.

Connect your player to a PC

Run the Media Player Disk Manager which can be found in CD-ROM provided .

3.

Click ‘Partition and Encrypt’ card .

Allocate an appropriate space and set the username and password, then click Start.

4.

After a restart you will find two disks (only one disk can be seen on Windows 2K SP4 or prior), click on the encrypted disk (the second one) as follows:

5.

Run the executable file ‘RdiskDecrypt.exe’ and input username and password. If all are correct, the disk will be opened, and files can be copied onto it.

6.

You must enter a username and password each time to access the encrypted disk.

Warning:

Divide one disk into parts will remove all data and so does combine process.

Warning:

Please remember the username and password. If it is forgotten, you can only combine the disk and all encrypted data will be lost.

Convert Video Files into AMV Format

The video formats below can be converted into AMV format video files by using the Program tools provided on the associated CD driver:

AVI format (.avi)

Windows Media format (.asf, .wmv & .wma)

MPEG 1 format (.mpg, mpeg &.dat)

Realplayer format (.rm)

Quicktime format (.mov)

MPEG 2 format (.vob)

NOTE: to convert some formats it is necessary to have the related codec installed (for example quicktime © for “.mov” files or DivX Codec© for some “.avi” files)

Installation: Put the associated CD driver into your computer CD disk driver .

Open the file clip name

AMV transfer tool, select the program called “Setup.exe” and double click on it to run the installation program.

After the installation is finished, find the program named Media Player Utilities 4.25 on your computer and select the AMV&AVI Video Converter to start the conversion.

1. Run the “AMV&AVI Video Converter”, click to choose the folder where to save the AMV files, and then click to select the position where the original files are.

2. Select the unprocessed AMV/AVI files, then click , the icon will be highlighted into and a dialog box will show. Choose the setting of the AMV/AVI file you want to obtain, and then click OK to confirm. (Note: Only pixels in “160 * 120” can be supported for this player at AMV format, please refer below)

3. Click to start converting.

4. After the conversion, the AMV files will be played automatically.

Troubleshooting

No Power

No Sound

Strange characters on display

Cannot Download Music

Check if battery has power

Make sure you have switched the player on

Make sure the volume is not in the 0 position and the earphones are properly connected

Please make sure the earphones are clean

Damaged MP3 files may have noise and cannot be played

Make sure you have chosen the correct language

Check the USB cable, and make sure the player is properly connected to the PC

Check if the driver has been installed correctly

Check if there is still space in the memory

Technical Specifications

Screen

Connecting to PC

Memory

Power Supply

Voice Recorder

MP3

WMA

Supported Music Formats

Supported Video Format

Operate Temperature

Multi Languages Display

Supported Systems

Matrix (128 x 160), 65536 colours

High Speed USB2.0 Full Speed

2GB Flash

Maximum 7 hours in music play mode or 3 hours for video.

Sample rate

Format

8KHz

WAV (32K bps)

Time 35 hours (512M Flash)

Max. Output

MP3 Bit rate

WMA Bit rate

Freq. Response

SNR

MP3, WMA, WAV

(L) 10mW + (R) 10mW (32Ohm)

8K bps – 320K bps

5K bps – 384K bps

20Hz to 20KHz

85dB

AMV

-5 to 40 degree

Chinese, English, German, Italian, Swedish etc.

Windows 2000/XP/Vista

Electric and electronic equipment and included batteries contain materials, components and substances that can be hazardous to your health and the environment if the waste material (discarded electric and electronic equipment and batteries) is not handled correctly.

Electric and electronic equipment and batteries are marked with the crossed out trash can symbol. This symbol signifies that electric and electronic equipment and batteries should not be disposed of with other household waste, but should be disposed of separately.

As the end user it is important that you submit your used batteries to the appropriate and designated facility. In this manner you make sure that the batteries are recycled in accordance with legislature and will not harm the environment.

All cities have established collection points, where electric and electronic equipment and batteries can either be submitted free of charge at recycling stations and other collection sites, or can be collected from households. Additional information is available at the technical department of your city.

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