Enabling Devices 4090 User manual

Enabling Devices 4090 User manual
Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center #4090
Care & Maintenance:
1. Keep the Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center clean by wiping it with a slightly
damp cloth when needed. It can be wiped clean with any household
multi-purpose cleaner and disinfectant. We recommend Simple Green,
which is a non-toxic biodegradable all-purpose cleaner.
2. Keep the Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center out of direct sunlight and away
from any direct heat source.
3. Do not drop the Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center on a hard surface and do
not expose it to moisture or immerse it in water.
For Technical Support:
Call our Technical Service Department
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST)
[email protected]
50 Broadway
Hawthorne, NY 10532
Tel. 914.747.3070 / Fax 914.747.3480
Toll Free 800.832.8697
EasyEasy-touch buttons!
Enjoy your music with any Bluetooth enabled device – smartphone
including Android, iPad, tablet, laptop, iPod and MP3 Player. Our five easytouch switches allow you to control your songs: On/Off, Volume Up and
Down, Track Back and Forward, Play/Pause and Mode change. Has
premium quality audio with super bass and 3W speaker output as well as a
microphone for receiving phone calls. A headphone jack allows you to
listen quietly to your music (headphones not included). A built-in Micro SD
card slot also allows you to play audio saved on your SD card (not
included). Rechargeable battery lasts up to 5 hours and charges via USB
(cord included).
Please Note: Computer required to download music to Micro/SD card &
USB Drive.
1. The Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center has a built in rechargeable battery,
which is charged through your computer via the included USB cable or
using the included cable with any Tablet or Smartphone wall charger
for faster charging. You can use the Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center
during charging.
2. To charge your Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center, plug it into a USB port on
your computer while the computer is on or using the USB cable or a
better way to charge it is with a Table or Smartphone wall charger. The
LED light will glow red while charging with the power OFF or glow pink
with the power ON. When charging completes, the light will go OFF with
the power OFF or glow blue with the power ON.
Modes of Play:
The Bluetooth –MP3 Audio Center can playback music via Bluetooth,
MicroSD/TF card, USB Stick drive, USB/AUX via cable plugged into a
PC or powered external drive or audio ear phone jack via 1/8 inch to
1/8 inch stereo cable plugged into any audio device with an earphone
jack or line-out jack. Press the big Mode button to change modes. You
will hear an audio prompt for each mode.
Please Note: FM Mode does not function on this device.
Please Reference the original manufacture instructions for all of the
Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center functions and features and any
additional troubleshooting info.
Please Note: Some features or functions listed in the original
manufactures instructions may not work due to switch adaption.
3. To listen to music stored on a MicroSD/TF card or USB Drive, insert the
card or drive into the appropriately marked slot on the back of the MP3
Control Center (See Photos on back of guide). Turn on the MP3 Control
Center’s On/Off switch On. Press the big “Play” switch on the base.
Press it again to pause the music. Press the “Track Forward” or “Track
Backward” switches to skip between songs. To adjust volume, use the
“Vol +” or “Vol –“switches by pressing and holding them down to raise
or lower the volume level.
4. When you are finished using the MP3 Control Center make sure to
press the big button ON/OFF switch on the base and also turn the
small ON/OFF switch on the side of the MP3 Control Center’s speaker
to prevent the battery from draining down all the way. If not and the
battery drains out and left in this state could cause damage to the
Problem: Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center does not work.
Action #1:
#1: Make sure you have charged the Bluetooth/MP3 Audio Center.
Red LED ON: Charge, Red LED OFF: Full Power & Red LED Flashing: Low
Action #2:
#2: Make sure that there is nothing inhibiting the depression of the
button switches or holding any of the button switches down.
Action #3: Try reloading your music on the MicroSD/TF card, USB drive or
try a different MicroSD/TF card, USB Drive to rule this out as the issue.
Rev 5/5/1
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