Touchscreen MP3 Video Player GB
1415312
8
GB
Touchscreen
MP3 Video Player
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Please read this instruction manual first before using
Table of Contents
THANK YOU
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Package Contents
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Features4
VIDEO MODE
Movie Browser Controls
Movie Playback Controls
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CONTROLS AT A GLANCE
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GETTING STARTED
Charging the Battery
Charging with a Computer
Turning the Player On/Off
Resetting the Player
Using the Touchscreen Controls
Installing a microSD Memory Card
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PHOTO MODE
Photo Browser Controls
Photo Viewer Controls
Quick Option Menu
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MAIN MENU
Main Menu Controls
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MUSIC MODE
Music Browser Controls
Now Playing Controls (Music Playback)
Quick Option Menu
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RADIO MODE
Radio Tuning Controls
Quick Option Menu
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TEXT MODE
Text Browser Controls
Text Reader Controls
Quick Option Menu
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EXPLORER MODE
Explorer Controls
Quick Option Menu
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SETTING MODE
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VIDEOCAM MODE
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CAMERA MODE
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CALENDAR MODE
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CLOCK MODE
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video converter
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INSTALLATION35
CONVERTING VIDEO
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SPECIFICATIONS37
TROUBLESHOOTING38-39
FCC40
WARRANTY41
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Thank You
Thank you for your purchase of the 8GB HeadrushTM Touchscreen MP3 Video Player.
This manual is designed to help you easily set up and begin using your new player right away.
Please read this manual carefully and retain it for future reference.
Features
• Integrated flash memory
• Intuitive touchscreen control
• 2.8” TFT Display
• Plays music, video, photos and text
• ID3 and LRC support for song and synchronized lyric
information display
• microSD card slot for easy memory capacity upgrades
(microSD card not included)
• Integrated FM Radio
• Integrated 0.3 mega pixel camera
• USB 2.0 Hi-speed for fast file transfers
Package Contents
Please make sure that the items shown below
are included in the package.
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MP3 Touchscreen Video Player
USB Cable
Instruction Manual
Earbuds
Protective Pouch
This package may contain plastic bags or other materials
that pose a hazard to children. Be sure to safely dispose
of all packing materials after opening.
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Controls at a Glance
Left View
1. Volume Up button <UP>
2 . Volume Down button <DOWN>
3. MicroSD Card slot Load a microSD memory card
here to upgrade the memory
capacity of the player.
Front View
4. Speaker
5. LCD touchscreen - Tap the
display with your finger to activate
the on-screen control.
6. Power/Enter button - Press
and hold the button to power the
player on or off. <ENTER>
7. LED indicator
8. Menu button <MENU>
Rear View
9. Camera lens
10. Reset button <RESET>
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Bottom View
11. USB Port/Charge - Connect to a computer
to transfer media files to the player.
12. 3.5 mm headphone jack
Getting Started
Charging the Battery
Your player has an integrated rechargeable battery. Upon initial use, the battery should be charged fully to ensure
optimal performance and battery life.
If the player has not been used in a while, the battery may need to be recharged overnight (about 8 hours).
• The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not disassemble, incinerate, or
heat the battery. Do not leave the battery in a place subject to direct sunlight, or in a car with its windows closed.
• Do not connect the player to a power source other than that which is indicated here or on the label as this may
result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Charging with a Computer
Your player can be charged through a USB computer connection. Use the supplied USB cable to connect the player to the
USB port of a computer. The computer must be powered on and not in sleep mode.
When the player is connected and charging, a USB symbol will be displayed on the player’s screen.
Turning the Player On/Off
• To turn the player on, press and hold the <ENTER> button until the screen turns on.
• To turn the player off, press and hold the <ENTER> button until the screen turns off.
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Resetting the Player
Reset the player if it should freeze and not respond or otherwise malfunction.
• Disconnect your player if it is connected to a computer.
• Use a paper clip to gently press the <RESET> button located on the rear of the player.
Using the Touchscreen Controls
Your video MP3 player comes equipped with an easy-to-use touchscreen which allows access to the player’s functions.
• Use your finger tip or the stylus to tap the area of the screen where a control icon is displayed.
• If you tap and hold an icon, it will register as a continuous button press.
To avoid damaging the screen, do not touch it with excessive force or with any object other than your finger or the stylus. For
best response, make sure your hands are clean before using the touchscreen controls.
Installing a microSD Memory Card (optional)
You can upgrade the memory capacity of your player by adding a microSD memory card.
This player supports memory cards up to 2GB in size.
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Main Menu
When you turn on the player, you will see the Main menu.
Music
Browse and play music
From the Main menu, you can access each of your MP3
player’s function modes.
Video
Browse and play movies
Photo
Browse and view pictures
Main Menu Controls
Each function mode is represented by an icon on the Main
Menu screen. To enter a mode, tap the icon with your finger.
Radio
Listen to FM radio broadcasts
Text
Browse and read text files
Explorer
Browse all files
Setting
Adjust the player’s options
VIDEOCAMs
Record video clips
Camera
Capture still images
Calendar
Launch the calendar program
Clock
Set the internal clock display
You may also use the player’s standard controls to access
each mode:
• Press the <UP> or <DOWN> button to move the
selection.
• Press <ENTER> to confirm.
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Music Mode
Browse for and play your music files.
For information about loading music onto your player, please refer to the section “Transferring Files to the Player”.
Music Browser Controls
When you choose MUSIC mode from the Main menu, you will see the Music Browser screen.
Function
Key Action
To browse through the folders
Press <UP> or <DOWN>
To select/view an item
Press <ENTER>, or tap the desired selection on the LCD screen.
To return to the previous screen
Tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
on screen or press <MENU>
You can also touch the < > icon to refresh the music library if you have loaded new music files onto the player, this
process may take several minutes. You will not be able to access the Music Browser screen until you refresh the music
library.
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Now Playing Controls
(Music Playback)
To start playing music, browse for a song and
then tap the song title to start playback, or
you can press <ENTER> to start playback.
Playback Status
Time Display
Equalizer Icon
Play Mode
Battery Level
Quick Option
Icon
Back Icon
Add to Favourite
List Option
When a song is playing, the Now Playing
screen appears (see illustration).
Album Cover
Previous Icon
Next Icon
Play/Pause Icon
File Name
Progress Bar
Total Time
Elapsed Time
Current Track / Total Tracks
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The following functions are performed from the Now Playing screen.
Function
To pause/resume playback
Key Action
Press <ENTER> or tap the Play/Pause Icon on screen
To play the next track
Tap
To forward-scan through the track
Hold
To play the previous track
Tap
on screen
on screen
on screen
on screen
To reverse-scan through the track
Hold
To adjust the volume level
Press <UP> or <DOWN> button.
To access the Quick Option menu
see section below for details)
Tap
on screen
To return to the Music Explorer screen
Tap
on screen or press <MENU> button
Tap the screen once to view the controls.
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Quick Option Menu
To access the quick option menu, tap < > on the Now Playing screen.
• To browse through the settings, press the <UP> or <DOWN> button.
• To select a setting, press the <ENTER> button or tap the desired selection on screen.
• To return to the previous screen, tap < > on screen or press the <MENU> button.
Repeat Mode
Change the repeat options to adjust the order in which tracks are played.
item
description
Normal
Play tracks in normal order and no repeat.
Single
Play the current track repeatedly.
Random
Play all tracks in random order.
All
Play all tracks repeatedly.
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Equalizer
Select a digital equalizer preset to optimize the way the player processes audio signals. The options are: Normal, Classic,
Pop, Rock, and Jazz.
Add to Favorite
Add the current song to the Favorite list.
You can also tap the
icon on the Now Playing screen to add the song to the Favorite list.
To play the favorite songs, select “My Favorites” from the Music Browser screen.
Lyric
Set the Lyric display ON or OFF.
Lyric display requires a “.LRC” lyric file which may be found on the internet or may be created with a Lyric file editor.
Lyric files can contain synchronized timing information as well as lyric information.
Lyric files must have the same name as its corresponding music file
(e.g., “SongTitle1.lrc” and “SongTitle1.mp3”) and must be placed in the same directory.
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Video Mode
Browse for and play your movie files.
Your player supports AVI files. Videos may need to be encoded with the included software for device playback.
Movie Browser Controls
When you choose Video mode from the Main menu, you will see the Movie Browser screen.
Use the Movie Browser to find all movie files loaded on your player.
Function
Key Action
To browse through the list of video files and folders Press <UP> or <DOWN> button.
To select/play an item
Press <ENTER> or tap the Play/Pause Icon on screen
To return to the previous screen
Tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
on screen or press <MENU>
Movie Playback Controls
When a video is playing, hold the player horizontally, the Now Playing screen appears:
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Tap the screen once to view the controls.
The following functions may be performed from the
Now Playing screen.
Video Playing Window
movie
Elapsed Time
File Name
Total Time
Function
Key Action
To play the next movie
Tap
on screen
To play the previous movie
Tap
on screen
To forward-scan quickly
through the current movie
Hold
on screen
To reverse-scan quickly
through the current movie
Hold
on screen
To pause/resume playback
Press <ENTER> or
Tap the II button.
To adjust the volume level
Press <UP> or <DOWN>
To return to the Movie
Browser screen
Press <MENU> or tap
on screen
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU> button
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Photo Mode
Browse for and play your photo files.
PHOTO Browser Controls
When you choose Photo mode from the Main menu, you will see the Photo
Browser screen. Your Photo will be displayed as thumbnail images.
Use the Photo Browser to find allphoto files loaded on your player.
1. Folder
2. Photo
3.Name of the selected folder or photo
Function
Key Action
To browse through the list of photo files and folders
Press <UP> or <DOWN> button.
To select/view an item
Press <ENTER> or tap the desired selection on the LCD screen
To return to the previous screen
Tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
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on screen or press <MENU>
Photo Viewer Controls
To view a photo, browse through the thumbnail photo and then press <ENTER> or tap on the selection directly.
The following functions may be performed from the Photo Viewer screen.
Function
Key Action
To view the next or previous photo
Press <UP> or <DOWN>, or tap To start or stop slideshow mode
Tap
To rotate the photo
Press <ENTER> or tap
To access the Quick Option menu
Tap
To return to the Photo Browser screen
Press <MENU> or tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
or
on screen
Tap the screen once to view the controls.
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on screen
on screen
or
on screen
Quick Option Menu
To access the quick option menu, tap < > on the Photo Viewing screen.
To browse through the settings, press the <UP> or <DOWN> button.
To select a setting, press the <ENTER> button or tap the desired selection on screen.
To return to the previous screen, tap < > on screen or press the <MENU> button.
Save as PowerOn picture
Save the current photo as a PowerOn picture that will display when you power on the player.
Save as PowerOff picture
Save the current photo as a PowerOff picture that will display when you power off the player.
Slide Setting
Enter this menu to turn slideshow mode on or off, or to adjust the amount of time between photos during slideshow
mode.
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Radio Mode
Listen to FM radio broadcasts.
You must have a pair of headphones connected to the headphone jack to receive FM broadcasts; your player will utilize
the headphone cord as an antenna.
Radio Tuning Controls
When you choose Radio from the Main menu, you will see the Radio Tuning
screen. You can search for stations, tune to stations manually, or tune to preset
stations. The following functions are performed from the Radio Tuning screen.
Function
Key Action
To tune to a higher station manually Tap
on screen
To tune to a lower station manually
Tap
on screen
To tune to the next preset station
Tap
on screen
To access the Quick Option menu
Tap
on screen
To adjust the volume level
Press <UP> or <DOWN>
To return to the Main menu
Tap
on screen or press <MENU>
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Quick Option Menu
To access the quick option menu, tap < > on the Radio screen.
• To browse through the settings, press the <UP> or <DOWN> button.
• To select a setting, press the <ENTER> button or tap the desired selection on screen.
• To return to the previous screen, tap < > on screen or press the <MENU> button.
Search Station
Scan for all stations in broadcast reception range.
The player will automatically seek and save all frequencies with a broadcast signal to the Preset Station list.
The auto scan feature will overwrite any previously stored preset stations.
Area Select
Set the FM frequency range area.
Save Station Info
Save the current station to the Preset Station list.
on
You can also tap
the Radio screen to add the current station to the Preset Station list.
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Read Station Info
Load the Preset Station list.
You can also tap
on the Radio screen toload the list.
Press <UP> or <DOWN> to browse through the stations.
Press <ENTER> or tap the desired selection to listen the station.
Delete Station Info
Delete station from the Preset Station list.
Delete All Stations Info
Delete all stations from the Preset Station list.
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Text Mode
Read .TXT files loaded on your player.
Text Browser Controls
When you choose Text from the Main menu, you will see the Text Browser Screen.
Use the Text Browser to find all text files loaded on your player.
Function
Key Action
To browse through the files and folders
Press <UP> or <DOWN>
To select/view an item
Press <ENTER>, or tap the desired selection on the LCD screen.
To return to the previous screen
Tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
on screen or press <MENU>
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Text Reader Controls
The following functions may be performed from the Text Display screen.
Function
Key Action
To view the next page
Tap
on screen
To read the previous page
Tap
on screen
To read the next line
Press <DOWN> on screen
To read the next line
Press <UP> on screen
To access the Quick Option menu
Tap
To return to the text Browser screen Tap
To return to the Main menu
on screen
on screen or press <MENU>
Hold <MENU>
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Quick Option Menu
To access the quick option menu, tap < > on the Text reading screen.
• To browse through the settings, press the <UP> or <DOWN> button.
• To select a setting, press the <ENTER> button or tap the desired selection on screen.
• To return to the previous screen, tap < > on screen or press the <MENU> button.
Auto Browse
Set the auto page scroll on or off.
• Press <ENTER> or tap the “Auto Browse” menu bar to toggle the setting.
Scroll Interval
Adjust the amount of time between pages during Auto Scroll mode.
• Press <UP> and <DOWN> or tap and to adjust the time in second.
• Press <ENTER> or tap to confirm the setting.
• Press <MENU> or tap<
> to exit the setting without saving.
Scroll Extent
Set the type of Auto Scroll to One Line or One Page.
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Explorer Mode
Enter Explorer mode to browse all folders and files loaded on your player.
To enter Explorer mode, select and confirm EXPLORER from the Main Menu.
Explorer Controls
When you choose EXPLORER mode from the Main menu, you will see the File Explorer screen.
Function
Key Action
To browse through the files and folders
Press <UP> or <DOWN>
To select/view an item
Press <ENTER>, or tap the desired selection on the LCD screen.
To access the Quick Option menu
Tap
To return to the previous screen
Tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
on screen
on screen or press <MENU>
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Files and folders will be displayed in a list. If a compatible file is selected, it will be played in its corresponding mode:
playback mode
File Type
Music
MP3, WMA
Video
AVI
Photo
JPG, BMP, GIF
Text
TXT
Quick Option Menu
To access the quick option menu, tap < > on the Radio screen.
• To browse through the settings, press the <UP> or <DOWN> button.
• To select a setting, press the <ENTER> button or tap the desired selection on screen.
• o return to the previous screen, tap < > on screen or press the <MENU> button.
Add audio to List
Add the current song to the Favorite list.
This additional setting is only available when you select a music file.
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Delete
Delete the selected file or folder
Delete all
Delete all files in the selected folder.
Copy
Copy the selected file to another location on the player. Once you have copied the desired file
• Tap on screen or press the <MENU> button to back to the previous screen.
• Press <UP> or <DOWN> to highlight a desired destination folder that you want to copy the file to.
• Tap to access the Quick Option menu.
• Select “Paste” and tap it to confirm.
File Information
Select to view the file storage information.
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Setting Mode
Enter the Setup mode to set your player’s system options.
To enter Setup mode, select setting in the Main menu.
Function
Key Action
To browse through the options
Press <UP> or <DOWN> button.
To select an item
Press <ENTER> or tap the desired selection on the LCD screen.
To cancel and return to the previous screen
Tap
To return to the Main menu
Hold <MENU>
on screen or press <MENU>
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The following options are available. Some of these options may be set from the Quick Option menus.
item
description
Language
Set the on-screen menu language.
Memory Information
View used and available memory info.
Version
View the player’s firmware version.
Factory Setup
Restore all of the player’s settings to their factory-default state.
Personal Setup Auto PowerOff Time
Set the duration of time (in minutes) that the player will remain on when it is idle.
The setting of “Close” will disable this power-saving feature.
Screen Savers Time
Adjust the duration of time (in seconds) that the backlight will remain on after a key
press. A setting of “Close” will keep the backlight on continuously.
Screen Calibrate
Follow the screen signal to calibrate the touch point of LCD.
Animation UI
Set the slide transition effect between the different menu displays.
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Videocam Mode
Record video clips from your player.
Video Recording Controls
When you choose DV from the Main menu, you will see the Video Recording screen.
• Press the <ENTER> button to start recording.
• Press the <ENTER> button again to stop and save the recording.
The video recording files will be saved to the folder “D:\VIDEO\RECORD” and named “AKXXXXXX.AVI” where XXXXXX
corresponds to the numerical sequence in which the recording was made (numbering starts from 000001).
• Press the <MENU> button to return the Main Menu without saving.
Change the video recording resolution
Tap
on the right side of screen to toggle the
resolution, the options include: 176 x 144, 352 x 288, 640 x 480.
A lower recording resolution will result in a smaller size video.
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Camera Mode
Capture still images from your player.
Image Capturing Controls
When you choose Camera from the Main menu, you will see the Image Capturing screen.
• Hold the player steady, then press the <ENTER> button to take a image.
The images were be saved to the directory: “D:\PHOTO\RECORD” and named “AKXXXXXX.JPG” where XXXXXX
corresponds to the numerical sequence in which the recording was made (numbering starts from 000001).
• Hold the player steady, then press the <ENTER> button to take a image.
Change the shooting resolution
Tap
on the right side of screen to toggle the
resolution, the options include: : 640 x 480, 1280 x 1024, 1600 x
1200. A lower shooting resolution will result in a smaller size image.
Time Capture
on the right side of screen to set the duration of time(in seconds) that the image will captured automatically after
Tap
the <ENTER> button is pressed. Tap
to disable this feature.
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Calendar Mode
View the Calendar.
Calendar Viewing Controls
When you choose Calendar from the Main menu, you will see the Calendar screen.
• Press the <UP> or <DOWN> button to navigate from day to day.
• Tap or icons that locate above the calendar list to navigate from month to month.
• Tap the
icon located on the top side of screen or press <MENU> to exit to the Main Menu.
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Clock Mode
To set the internal date and time.
Clock Setting Controls
When you choose Clock from the Main menu, you will see
the Clock display screen.
to access the clock setting screen.
1. Touch
• Tap or icons to adjust the corresponding field.
From up to down and left to right, the fields are: Hour, Minute, Date, Month, and Year.
• Press <ENTER> to
go back to the Clock
display screen and
save the setting.
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Video Converter
Use the video conversion software included on the Installation CD to create video files that are suitable for
playback on the player.
Your player supports XviD-encoded AVI files with the following specifications:
320 x 240 resolution at 25 frames per second (fps).
The video conversion software is included for your convenience and is compatible with Microsoft Windows operating systems
only. There are many other video conversion utilities available for download or purchase on the Internet.
Because the program is licensed free of charge, there is no warranty for the program, to the extent permitted by applicable
law. Except when otherwise stated in writing the copyright holders and/or other parties provide the program “as is” without
warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the program is with you. Should the
program prove defective, you assume the cost of all necessary servicing, repair or correction.
In no event unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing will any copyright holder, or any other party who may
modify and/or redistribute the program as permitted above, be liable to you for damages, including any general, special,
incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use the program (including but not limited to loss of
data or data being rendered inaccurate or losses sustained by you or third parties or a failure of the program to operate with any
other programs), even if such holder or other party has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
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Installation
1. Locate the setup file on the software CD:
MP4Tool-370E.exe in the MP4Tool V0.3.7 folder.
2. Double-click the file to start the installation process.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the
installation process.
Converting Video
To start the program, locate the “MP4Tool” program in your
Windows Start menu, the application window will appear on screen.
1. Click “File” on the Menu Bar to access the File menu list.
2. Click “Open source” to select a source video file to convert.
• The source file must be one of the following video types: AVI, RM, RMVB, MPG, MPEG, MP4 or WMV.
• DirectX 9.0, Media Player 9.0, and other codes must be installed to support all media types.
3. Click “Select target” to choose a name and location for the completed file after conversion.
4. Set the output video quality from the “Fast configuration” section.
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• You can also access the advanced settings by
clicking “Configurations” on the Menu Bar. Do not
change these settings if you are not familiar with
digital video conversions.
• Click the “Convert” button to begin converting.
The progress bar display the progress of the conversion
job. When the progress bar reaches “100%”, the
conversion job has been completed.
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Specifications
Design, specifications, and manual are subject to change without notice.
Display Type
2.8” TFT LCD @ 240 x 320
Memory
Integrated Flash Memory
Audio Format Support
MP3, WMA
Video Format Support
AVI: 320x240, 25fps
Photo Format Support
JPEG, BMP
Song Info Support
ID3, Windows Media
FM Frequency Range
87.5 - 108.0 MHz
PC Interface
USB 2.0
Plug and Play Support
Windows 7/Vista/XP and Macintosh OS X
Audio Output
3.5 mm stereo (headphone) and integrated speakers
Power
Rechargeable lithium battery or USB charge
Play Time
Music: 6 hours*
* Music play time is an estimated value based on playing an MP3 encoded at 128 kbps. Actual play time may vary depending on encoding method used and
other factors.
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Troubleshooting
If you have a problem with this device, please check the troubleshooting guide below.
The player does not turn on.
Ensure that the player is fully charged. Try charging the player overnight (8 hours).
Reset the player (use a paper clip to gently press the Reset button on the rear of the player) and try again.
The buttons do not work.
Reset the player (use a paper clip to gently press the Reset button on the rear of the player) and try again.
I cannot transfer files to the player.
Ensure that your computer is running a supported operating system.
If using a USB extension cable, ensure that it is securely attached to the player and the PC, or try using another USB cable.
Ensure that the player’s memory capacity is not full.
There is no sound during playback.
Check the volume level.
Ensure that the headphones are attached securely to the player.
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The sound quality of the music is poor.
Try playing the file on your computer. If the sound quality is still poor, try downloading the file again or re-encoding
the file yourself.
Ensure that the bit rate of the file is not too low. The higher the bit rate of the file, the better it will sound. The
minimum recommended bit rate is 128kbps for MP3s and 96kbps for WMAs.
Try lowering the volume of the player.
Ensure that the headphones are attached securely to the player.
The player will not play my music file.
Ensure that the file is in a compatible format.
The file may be copy-protected and you no longer have authorization to play this file. If you feel this is in error, please
contact the service from which you downloaded the file.
The LCD characters are corrupted or something is wrong with the display.
Ensure that the correct menu language has been set.
Reset the player (use a paper clip to gently press the Reset button on the rear of the player) and try again.
The player has malfunctioned.
Reset the player (use a paper clip to gently press the Reset button on the rear of the player) and try again.
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The FCC Wants You to Know
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional suggestions.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment. Where shielded interface cables have been provided with the product or specified additional
components or accessories elsewhere defined to be used with the installation of the product, they must be used in order to
ensure compliance with FCC regulation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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THE SOURCE WARRANTY
The Source warrants that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period
of one (1) year from the date of purchase. Within this period, simply take the product and your proof of
purchase to any The Source store or dealer and the product will be repaired without charge for parts and
labour. The Source reserves the right to charge for transportation. Any product which has been subject to
misuse or accidental damage is excluded from this warranty.
This warranty is only applicable to a product purchased through The Source company owned stores and
dealers and to a product that is presented for repair in a country where The Source offers the product for
sale. While this warranty does not confer any legal rights other than those set out above, you may have
additional statutory rights which will vary under the laws of the various countries, states, province and other
governmental entities in which The Source operates. This warranty is subject to all statutory rights you may
have in the country of purchase.
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