LG | MF-FE250ES | LG MF-FE250ES Owner’s Manual

Internet Encoding MP3
Player
OWNER’S MANUAL
MODEL: MF-FE250TB/TN/TS
MF-FE250EB/EN/ES
Please read this manual carefully before
operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs and specifications are subject to
change without notice for improvement.
Contents
Important Safety Instructions . .3
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . .43-44
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
To play files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
To pause files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
To stop files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
To skip the files . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
To play rewind search or fast
forward search the files . . . . . . . .44
To select the Function mode . . . .44
Speed Function . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Battery Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Player features and controls . .5-9
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Front/Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Side/Top/Bottom Panel . . . . . . . . .7
LCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
To install Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Advanced Operation . . . . . .45-54
Book Mark Function . . . . . . . . . .45
Local Repeat Function . . . . . . . .45
EQUALIZER Function . . . . . . . . .46
REPEAT Function . . . . . . . . . . . .47
To delete files on MP3 Player . . .48
To select input level . . . . . . . . . .49
To select bit rate of file . . . . . . . .50
To check memory and version
information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
BACK LIGHT Function . . . . . . . .51
POWER SAVING Function . . . . .52
RETURN Function . . . . . . . . . . .52
Voice Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Auxiliary Input Recording . . . . . .54
System Requirements . . . . . . .10
Operation Circumstances . . . . . .10
What is “MP3 Player”? . . . .11-12
What is “WMA”? . . . . . . . . . . .12
How to use your MP3 Player . .13
Installing Software . . . . . . .14-15
To install Automatically . . . . . . . .14
To install Manually . . . . . . . . . . .15
Connecting Data In/Out Cable .16
Using MP3 Explorer . . . . . .17-35
Using MP3 Explorer . . . . . . . .17-18
To format memory . . . . . . . . .19-22
To download files . . . . . . . . . .23-26
To upload files . . . . . . . . . . . .27-30
To delete the files on MP3
Explorer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-33
To check the version information .34
To set the fonts . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Radio Operation . . . . . . . . .55-58
Listening to the radio frequency .55
Auto memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Presetting the radio frequency .56-57
Erasing a preset radio frequency .57
Radio recording . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Before calling service
personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60-61
To upgrade firmware . . . . . .36-40
Before Operation . . . . . . . .41-42
To install Firmware Repair
program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
To use firmware upgrade
program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Power on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..41
To use Earphone . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Hold Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
To adjust Volume . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
2
Important Safety Instructions
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
this appliance to rain or moisture.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The graphical symbols marked on the bottom or back of the
set mean the following:
The lightning flash with arrowhead within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk
to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
To avoid electrical shock; do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel.Shock hazard-do not open.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
3
Precautions
• If you plan not to use the main unit for a long time, remove the battery
to avoid any damage caused by battery leakage and corrosion.
• Avoid listening to the main unit while driving or operating any
motorized vehicle.
• Do not use the main unit in places which are extremely hot, cold
dusty or humid.
• Unlock the HOLD switch before operating.
• Do not drop it while using this product.
Battery Life
Battery
Alkaline battery (1EA)
MP3/WMA Playback
About 10 hours
Conditions of time to use (EIAJ standard conditions)
• Output : 5mW + 5mW (play of the CD consecutively recorded
at 1kHZ)
• Sum of time measured by continuously repeating stop for 16
hours after consecutive play for 4 hours a day.
• The above contents are measured by using the battery
provided with this product, and play time to use may vary
depending on operation condition.
Charge the rechargeable battery or replace the battery with a new
one in the following situations.
The “
” indicator blinks.
“Low Battery” appears about 1 second in the LCD and then disappears.
The operation buttons do not work.
For preventing the electrostatic discharge during use, refer to below
conditions.
• If it is possible, please avoid operating this device under dry condition.
• When this device stops during normal operation, please replace
the battery.
4
Player features and controls
Accessories
Installation CD
Carrying case
Data In/Out cable
Battery (AAA size)
Necklace
5
Earphone
Auxiliary Input/
Output Cable
Player features and controls
Front/ Rear Panel
Necklace connector
LCD
• FUNCTION (F) button
(MUSIC, VOICE, FM radio)
• SPEED button
• PLAY ( ) button
• PAUSE/STOP (
) button
• POWER ON/OFF button
F
MP3/FM
SKIP/SEARCH (
OPEN
Battery Cover
6
/
/
) button
Player features and controls
Side Panel
Volume (+/-) button
+
VOLUME
MENU
B.MARK
. .REC
HOLD
Hold Switch (
Record (••REC) button
HOLD )
Book Mark (B.MARK) button
MENU button
Top/ Bottom Panel
MIC
+
Microphone
(MIC)
INPUT
+
MIC
MIC
Auxiliary
Input Jack:
3.5mm
Earphone Jack
USB Connector
( ) : 3.5mm
7
Player features and controls
LCD
Play indicator
Battery indicator
HOLD indicator
Repeat play indicator
AB
INT
AB
File type ( M :MP3,
W :WMA)
+
•
•
•
INT
: Book mark indicator
: Local repeat indicator
: Repeat the first 10 seconds
A B of each track
Current track/ Total track
INT
+
Playing time
M
+
+
003/035 01: 44
NAM
HUN 1
AB
Vol
M
+
A
AB
B
<A B>
INT
INT
+
INT
V
F
File information
A BINT
X-LIVE192
kbps 03: 42
+
A BINT
+
Total playing time of each track
Bit-rate
Equalizer (X-LIVE, JAZZ, ROCK, FLAT)
• M : Music mode
• V : Voice mode
• F : FM radio mode
Volume level
INT
+
8
Player features and controls
To install Battery
1
Open the battery cover.
2
Insert the battery.
Make sure to match the + and - on the batteries to the marks
inside the battery compartment.
3 Close the battery cover.
Notes
• Improper use of batteries may cause battery leakage and corrosion.
• If battery leakage occurs, wipe the battery liquid from the battery
compartment, then insert new battery.
9
System Requirements
Your MP3 Player needs the minimal system requirements
for your computer.
Operation Circumstances
• OS : Windows 98/ 98SE/ ME/ 2000/ XP
You can update the MP3 Explorer software for Windows 98/
98SE/ME/2000/XP available etc. from an internet website by
LG Electronics Inc. Refer to the following sample contact
procedure;
http://www.lge.com
Support
Select Your COUNTRY
Product Support
Device Driver
• CPU : At least Pentium - 133MHz
• Memory : At least 32MB (32MB above is recommended.)
• HDD Space : At least 100MB
• Video Card : 640 x 480 Mode,
At least High Color(16bit)
• USB Port
• CD-ROM Driver
Note
What is USB?
• USB : Universal Serial Bus.
• USB stands for Universal Serial Bus.
• It is a new interface based on the new concept between PC
and peripherals.
• The maximum bandwidth is12 Mbps and a maximum of 127
USB devices can be connected to a single PC.
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What is “MP3 Player”?
MP3 Player is a palm size audio device that uses no moving
parts for playback and lets you enjoy high quality sound that
uses MPEG1 Layer 3 compression method for quality internet
audio.
MP3 Player is a portable digital audio Player that plays MP3
files without requiring the use of tapes or CDs.
MP3 is a well known, high quality digital audio format. MP3 files
can be compressed up to 12 times the original wave file size.
You can get thousands of MP3 files without leaving your home
or waiting in long lines in record stores. Just download the files
legally from anywhere in the world through your internet connection. You may have to pay for the downloaded MP3 files to
the MP3 provider. The files can then be transferred to your player and listened to on your home stereo, in your car, on the
beach, or any where you wish to go! Also, you can make your
own CD quality MP3 files from CD or WAV making use of the
MP3 encoder software.
MP3 Player takes advantage of MP3’s small data size
and CD quality sound.
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What is “MP3 Player”?
1
2
3
4
New generation Digital Audio Player that does not require
tapes or CDs.
Pure sound guaranteed while handling, exercising and
jogging.
Multimedia communication audio player through PC, network
and Internet.
Data storage device when transferring large data from PC to
PC.
Enjoy CD quality sound while listening to MP3 files any where.
5
6 You can get thousands of songs at a fraction of CD prices
7
8
from various MP3 Internet providers via the innovative Try &
Buy program without leaving home! You can buy only one
song at a time, no more buying a CD for the one or two
songs you want.
You can select your own favorite songs, and change the
order of songs whenever you like.
MP3 Player has no moving parts and will not skip since it
does not require physical movement such as rotating Tapes
or CDs.
What is “WMA”?
• WMA (Windows Media Audio code) is the highest quality in
terms of a sound and music. WMA provides all type of the
best sounds from 8kHz to 48 kHz.
• WMA files can be compressed up to 30% the original MP3 file
size and can sound as good as an MP3 file.
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How to use your MP3 Player
You’ll need to have MP3 files stored on your computer, a data
In/Out cable and your MP3 Player.
Using the MP3 Explorer software, select the MP3 files you wish
to transfer from your PC to the MP3 Player.
You can transfer songs from your PC to your MP3 Player via
your USB port with a data In/Out Cable. Also, you can transfer
data from your MP3 Player to your PC!
A benefit of using MP3 Player for storage of data, windows documents, etc. is that when transferring large data from PC to PC,
you can carry an equivalent of more than 40 floppy disks! A
floppy diskette can carry only 1.44MB of data, but you can carry
up to 248 Mega Bytes of data using your MP3 Player.
MP3 or
WMA file
MP3 or
WMA file
Internet
F
MP3/FM
/
MP3 Player
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Installing Software
The MP3-Explorer is the communication software that allows
your computer to share information with your MP3 Player. In
order for your MP3 Player to work properly, The MP3 Explorer
software must be installed correctly under Windows.
To install Automatically
1
2
Insert the software CD into
drive D:\ (CD ROM drive).
Press the “MP3 Explorer Plus”
icon.
3 Select the language you want
and then continue installation
as directed in the dialog
boxes.
The install will be runed automatically.
4
After the install is finished,
press the “EXIT” icon.
“LGE MF-FE250 Explorer” icon
appears in the Windows desktop.
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Click
Click
Installing Software
To Install Manually
If automatic installing is not run, try manual installing as per the
following description.
Insert the software CD into drive D:\ (CD ROM drive).
Search for the ‘autorun.exe’ file in CD ROM and double-click
the file. Continue installing as per the direction of dialog boxes.
The installation of MP3-Explorer software is completed and the
“LGE MF-FE250 Explorer ” icon is created on the Windows
desktop.
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Connecting Data In/Out Cable
To connect your MP3 Player to a PC
To complete setup, you should connect the supplied Data
In/Out cable to a PC from your MP3 Player.
MP3 Player
Data In/Out
cable
MIC
INPUT
+
+
DATA
In/Out terminal
USB PORT
Compare the two ends of the cable.
Connect one end with the USB port on the back of your PC and
then plug the other end into the Data In/Out terminal of your
MP3 Player.
USB CONNECTED ! !
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Using MP3 Explorer
Using MP3 Explorer
The MP3-Explorer is the software that interacts with the MP3
Player and a PC. MP3 files or any data files can be downloaded
to the MP3 Player or vice versa.
Double-click the “LGE MF-FE250 Explorer” icon on the
Windows desktop to open the MP3-Explorer program.
The following figure describes the MP3-Explorer program.
The various features are explained below.
Note
Before The MP3-Explorer don’t operate, connect the Data In/Out
cable to MP3 Player and PC.
1
3
2
4
5
8
7
6
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Using MP3 Explorer
Using MP3 Explorer
1 PC folder window.
2 Displays the file types (MP3,WMA or WAV file).
3 File list window of PC.
4 Shortening icons.
5
6
7
8
Connects to communicate between your MP3 Player
and a PC.
Deletes the selected item.
Deletes all files existing on the file list window of MP3
Player.
Downloads the selected file on the PC onto the file list
window of MP3 Player.
This will allow you to copy the selected file on the MP3 Player.
The file list window of MP3 Player.
Music, Voice and Data folder.
(Each folder is available to download up to 200 files.)
This folder is available to download such music file
/
as MP3 or WMA file, but a data file is not downloaded. The voice recording of the MP3 Player is
available to download, but Such music file as MP3
or WMA file is not available to upload.
This folder is available to download a data file, but
such music file as MP3 or WMA file is not downloaded.
The downloaded all file is available to upload.
Displays the file types (MP3,WMA or WAV file).
Displays the memory information of the MP3 Player.
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Using MP3 Explorer
To format memory
This function deletes all files existing on the file list window of
MP3 Player.
1
Click “Function”
“Memory initialization” icon.
You can also delete all files by pressing the right button
on the mouse.
1
1
Note
If you delete only the files within music, voice or data folder,
select the “Function”
“Folder initialization”.
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Using MP3 Explorer
2
Click “OK”.
2
20
Using MP3 Explorer
3
The MP3 Player displays the process of file formatting.
3
21
Using MP3 Explorer
4 Click “OK”.
5 All files is deleted.
5
4
Notes
• Before formatting the internal memory, connect the Data
In/Out cable to MP3 Player and PC.
• Don’t remove the Data In/Out cable while formatting or downloading a files.
22
Using MP3 Explorer
To download files
Before downing files to your MP3 Player and connect the MP3
Player to PC using the Data In/Out cable.
1
2
Select file(s) to download.
Click “File”
“
“File download via mp3 player” or
” icon.
2
1
2
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Using MP3 Explorer
3 Click “OK”.
3
24
Using MP3 Explorer
4
The MP3 Player displays the process of file downloading.
4
25
Using MP3 Explorer
5
The selected file has been downloaded.
Now you can listen to music with the MP3 Player after
removing the USB cable.
5
Notes
• Do not remove the Data In/Out cable while downloading files.
• Even if the capacity of the MP3 Player is enough, the MP3
Player will not be downloaded. Because the file name is long.
- Delete the unnecessary file.
26
Using MP3 Explorer
To upload files
1
2
Select file(s) to upload.
Click “File”
“File upload to pc” or “
” icon.
You can also upload by pressing the right button on the
mouse.
2
2
1
27
Using MP3 Explorer
3 Click “OK”.
3
28
Using MP3 Explorer
4
The MP3 Player displays the process of file uploading.
4
29
Using MP3 Explorer
5 The selected file has been uploaded.
5
Note
MP3 and WMA files are not available to upload.
(The recorded file is available to upload.)
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Using MP3 Explorer
To delete the files on MP3 Explorer
1
2
Select the file(s) to delete.
Click “File”
“File erase” or “
”.
You can also delete the file by pressing the right button on
the mouse.
2
2
1
31
Using MP3 Explorer
3 Click “OK”.
3
32
Using MP3 Explorer
4
The selected file has been deleted.
4
33
Using MP3 Explorer
To check the version information
You can check Software version and Firmware version.
1 Click “Version information” “FE250 Explorer information” icon.
2 The version screen will be shown as below.
3 Click “OK”.
1
2
3
34
Using MP3 Explorer
To set the fonts
You can set the font types.
1 Click “Font” “Font type” icon.
2 Set the font type.
3 Click “OK”.
1
2
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3
To upgrade firmware
This function shows how to upgrade to the new version.
At first, download a ***.hex file from an internet website by LG
Electronics Inc. Refer to the following sample contact procedure;
http://www.lge.com
Support
Select Your COUNTRY
Product Support
Device Driver
MP3 Player
1
2
Click “Function”
“Firmware upgrade”.
Click “OK”.
1
2
36
To upgrade firmware
3 Double-click the downloaded ***.hex file.
3
37
To upgrade firmware
4
Click “OK”.
4
38
To upgrade firmware
5 The MP3 Player displays the process of upgrade.
5
39
To upgrade firmware
6 Click “ OK”. Turn off power after disconnecting Data
In/Out cable and then reconnect Data In/Out cable.
6
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Before Operation
Power on/off
• To turn on, press the POWER ON/OFF button for more
than 1 second.
• To turn off, press the POWER ON/OFF button for more
than 1.5 seconds on the pause (or stop) mode.
POWER ON/OFF button
F
MP3/FM
/
To use Earphone
Connect the earphone connector to the earphone jack.
+
MIC
MIC
Earphone Jack
( ) : 3.5mm
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Before Operation
Hold Function
• This function locks the main unit to prevent it from operating
when you accidentally press a button.
• Unlock it before operating.
• If you set the Hold Switch (
HOLD ) on the main unit to lock
position, “ ” appears about 3 seconds in the LCD.
• If you press a button in lock position, the “KEY HOLD !!!”
blinks about 2 seconds in the LCD.
HOLD
UNLOCK
MENU
B.MARK
. .REC
HOLD
HOLD
LOCK
To adjust Volume
• You can adjust the volume by pressing volume (+/-) buttons.
• The volume level can be adjusted by 30 steps.
+
VOLUME
Volume (+) Volume (-)
For your reference
According to volume level, the icon change as below.
Icon
Volume
Level
Vol
MIN
Vol
1-6
Vol
7-12
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Vol
Vol
Vol
13-18
19-24
25-29
MAX
Basic Operation
• PLAY ( ) button
• PAUSE/STOP (
) button
• POWER ON/OFF button
F
MP3/FM
SKIP/SEARCH (
/
/
) button
To play files
1
2
Press POWER ON/OFF button to turn on.
Press SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button to select a file you
want.
Press PLAY ( ) button button to play a file.
3
To pause files
Press PAUSE/STOP (
) button during file playing.
To stop files
Press PAUSE/STOP (
) button for more than 2 seconds on
the main unit during file playing.
Note
• In case of playing a WMA file with 32kbps (or more), it is
available to play it.
• Playing a file with a low bit rate (64kbps or less) may cause to
delay a button operation discontinued.
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Basic Operation
To skip the files
To skip the next file
Press SKIP/SEARCH (
the next file.
) button on the main unit to select
To skip the previous file
Press SKIP/SEARCH (
seconds of playing time.
) button on the main unit within 5
To return the beginning of the current file
Press SKIP/SEARCH (
onds of playing time.
) button on the main unit after 5 sec-
To play rewind search or fast forward search the files
Press SKIP/SEARCH (
/
seconds during file playing.
) button for more than 2
To select the Function mode
M
Press the FUNCTION (F) button repeatedly more than 1 second.
AB
A B or FM radio mode.
AB
- You can choose
the music, voice
INTmode is not chosen
INT during playing a
INT
- The function
file in the
music or voice mode.
+
+
+
M
Vol
M
M
BLUE MOUNTAIN
NAM HUN 1
RECM001.MP3
: Music mode
Vol
V
V
RECV004.MP3
RECF001.MP3
RECV005.MP3
: Voice mode
Vol
F
F
RADIO MODE
FM 87.5MHz ST
SEARCH MODE <H >
: FM radio mode
Speed Function
Press the SPEED button repeatedly and briefly.
- You can choose the playing speed of a file (-30%, -15% or
+15% of normal playing speed).
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Advanced Operation
Book Mark Function
If you set Book Mark function during file playing, you can search
the setting point of the track automatically.
1 Select the setting point you want during file playing, press and
hold the Book Mark (B.MARK) button for about 2 seconds.
“ ” appears in the LCD.
2 Press Book Mark (B.MARK) button briefly once during
other file playing.
Automatically, the player searches and plays from the setting point.
3 To cancel Book Mark function, press the Book Mark
(B.MARK) button for about 2 seconds.
“ ” disappears in the LCD.
Local Repeat Function
You can set local repeat by pressing Book Mark (B.MARK) button.
If you select local repeat ending point within 3 seconds, after
setting the local repeat starting point, it is not operated.
1 To select the local repeat starting point you want during file
playing, press Book Mark (B.MARK) button briefly once.
“ <A B> ” blinks in the LCD.
INT
2 To
select the local repeat ending point you want during
file playing, press the button again.
“ <A B> ” appears in the LCD.
3 ToINTcancel local repeat function, press the Book Mark
(B.MARK) button.
“ <A B> ” disappears in the LCD.
+
+
INT
Note
The Book Mark and Local Repeat Function is not available to the
FM radio mode.
+
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Advanced Operation
EQUALIZER Function
You can choose between 4 fixed sound mode.
1
Press MENU button, press SKIP/SEARCH (
button and then select “EQUALIZER” menu.
Vol
M
2
/
)
1. EAQUALIZER
2. REPEAT
3. ERASE
Press MENU button again.
Vol
M
1. X-LIVE
2. JAZZ
3. ROCK
3 Select the function you want to operate by pressing
SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press MENU
button again.
- “X-LIVE” indicator : Powerful realism with strong sound quality.
- “JAZZ” indicator : Sweet sound with soft feeling.
- “ROCK” indicator : Tender sound with powerful feeling.
- “FLAT” indicator : Standard and natural sound.
Notes
• If you don’t press any buttons within about 5 seconds in the
menu, it will return to the previous screen.
• The Equalizer Function is not available to the FM radio mode.
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Advanced Operation
REPEAT Function
You can choose between 5 fixed repeat mode.
MODE
LCD
INTRO
INT
DESCRIPTION
Plays the first 10 seconds only for each
track of the files. RND
+
INT
REPEAT ONE
+
Plays repeatedly the current selected
RND
file.
INT
REPEAT
ALL
+
RND repeatedly all file.
Plays
INT
RANDOM
+
1
Plays randomly.
RND
NORMAL
Plays one time in oder.
RETURN
Moves to previous menu.
Press MENU button, press SKIP/SEARCH (
button and then select “REPEAT” menu.
Press MENU button again.
/
)
2
3 Select the function you want to operate by pressing
SKIP/SEARCH (
button again.
/
) button and then press MENU
Note
• The REPEAT Function is not available to the FM radio mode.
• After all file is played one time in oder in the INTRO mode, the
unit is stopped automatically.
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Advanced Operation
To delete files on MP3 Player
1 Press MENU button.
2 Select “ERASE” menu by pressing SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press MENU button.
1. EAQUALIZE
2. REPEAT
3. ERASE
Vol
M
3 Select “ERASE FILE” menu by pressing SKIP/SEARCH
(
/
Vol
) button and then press MENU button again.
1. ERASE FILE
2. RETURN
M
4
Select a file you want to delete by pressing SKIP/
SEARCH (
/
) button.
Vol
M
CALENDER
BEAUTIFUL LIFE
MY LOVE IS ...
5 Press MENU button.
The selected file is deleted.
Vol
M
ERASE
[YES] : MENU KEY
[NO] : OTHER KEY
Note
The file is not deleted in the FM radio or MP3 file playback mode.
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Advanced Operation
To select input level
When you record on the MP3 Player, select recording input level.
1 Press MENU button.
2
Select “INPUT LEVEL” menu by pressing SKIP/SEARCH
(
/
) button and then press MENU button.
Vol
M
4. INPUT LEVEL
5. REC. BITRATE
6. MEMORY INFO
3 Select input level by pressing SKIP/SEARCH (
button and then press MENU button again.
Vol
M
1. LOW LEVEL
2. HIGH LEVEL
3. RETURN
Note
This function is not available to the FM radio mode.
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/
)
4. REC. INPUT
5. REC. GAIN
6. REC. BITRATE
8kbps 16kbps
Advanced Operation
32kbps 64kbps 128kbps
To select bit rate of file
When you record on the MP3 Player, select a bit rate of file.
8kbps 16kbps 32kbps 64kbps 128kbps
4. INPUT LEVEL
5. REC. BITRATE
6. MEMORY INFO
Vol
M
Quality of the
sound (Low)
Quality of the
sound (High)
Note
This function is also available to the FM radio mode.
To check memory and version information
• You can check memory and version information in the
“MEMORY INFO” menu.
• It appears about 2 seconds.
Vol
M
Vol
M
4. INPUT LEVEL
5. REC. BITRATE
6. MEMORY INFO
TOTAL MEM : 129.9M
FREE MEM : 125.3M
F/W VER. : 0.99
Total memory of the main unit.
Remaining memory of the main unit.
Firmware version
Note
This function is also available to the FM radio mode.
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Advanced Operation
BACK LIGHT Function
Whenever any button is pressed, the LCD becomes bright.
This function can set time of brightness displayed in the LCD.
You can change the color (red, blue or pink) of the LCD.
1
Set the color (red, blue or pink) of the LCD by using
SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and MENU button.
Vol
M
2
7. BL COLOR
8. BL TIME
9. POWER SAVE
Vol
M
1. RED COLOR
2. BLUE COLOR
3. PINK COLOR
Select “BL TIME” menu by pressing SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press MENU button.
7. BL COLOR
Vol
M
8. BL TIME
9. POWER SAVE
3 Set backlight time by pressing SKIP/SEARCH (
button and then press MENU button again.
Vol
BACKLIGHT: 00 SEC
MAX: 20 seconds
M
Note
This function is also available to the FM radio mode.
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/
)
Advanced Operation
POWER SAVING Function
• If you don’t press any buttons on the pause or stop mode, the
power will be turned off temporally.
• This function can set the conservation of electricity time to
save battery.
1 Press MENU button.
2
Select “POWER SAVE” menu by pressing SKIP/SEARCH
(
/
) button and then press MENU button.
7. BL COLOR
8. BL TIME
9.POWER SAVE
Vol
M
3 Select POWER SAVE time by pressing SKIP/SEARCH
(
/
Vol
) button and then press MENU button again.
PWR SAVE : 01Min
MAX: 10 minutes
M
Note
This function is not available to the FM radio mode.
RETURN Function
•To move to previous menu, select the “RETURN” menu.
• If you don’t press any buttons within about 5 seconds in the
menu, it will return to the previous screen.
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AB
INT
+
Advanced Operation
Voice Recording
1
Select the voice mode ( V ) pressing Function (F) button
for more than 1 second on pause/stop mode.
2
3
Set the “input level” and “bit rate of file”.
(Reference 49-50 page.)
Recording setting is completed.
Press Record (••REC) button briefly twice on pause/stop
mode.
Vol
V
4
RECV002. MP3
RECORD :
03:03
80:05
REMAIN :
Recording time
Available recording time
Start the voice recording to the Microphone (MIC) on the
main unit.
5 To stop the voice recording, press PAUSE/STOP (
)
button.
The voice recording is completed.
Notes
• The recorded files are stored RECV001.MP3, RECV002.MP3,
RECV003.MP3.... in order.
• If the “FULL!!!” appears in the LCD, delete the files to save
voice recording available hour.
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AB
INT
+
Advanced Operation
Auxiliary Input Recording
1
Select the music mode ( M ) pressing Function (F) button
for more than 1 second on pause/stop mode.
2
3
Set the “input level” and “bit rate of file”.
(Reference 49-50 page.)
Auxiliary Input recording setting is completed.
Connect the auxiliary Input/Output cable to the auxiliary
input jack and the auxiliary output jack on the auxiliary
main unit.
MIC
INPUT
Auxiliary Input Jack:
3.5mm
7
8
Auxiliary
Output Jack:
3.5mm
Press Record (••REC) button briefly twice on stop mode
and start playing the auxiliary main unit.
The auxiliary Input recording is started.
To stop the auxiliary Input recording, press PAUSE/STOP
(
) button.
Notes
• The recorded files are stored RECM001.MP3, RECM002.MP3,
RECM003.MP3.... in order.
• If the “FULL!!!” appears in the LCD, delete the files to save
voice recording available hour.
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AB
INT
+
Radio Operation
Listening to the radio frequency
1
Press the Function (F) button for more than 1 second in
the pause or stop mode of the voice mode ( V ).
The FM radio is selected.
2
Select “SEARCH MODE” by pressing the Function (F) button.
STEREO : ST
MONO : No indicator
Vol
F
RADIO MODE
FM 87.5MHz
SEARCH MODE
ST
<H >
SEARCH MODE
SCAN LEVEL indicator
- When you search the FM radio frequency, select the level you want.
Vol
F
7. BL TIME
8. SCAN LEVEL
0. RETURN
Vol
F
1. LOW LEVEL
2. MIDDLE LEVEL
3. HIGH LEVEL
3 Select the radio frequency by pressing SKIP/SEARCH
(
/
) button.
• Manual Tuning
/
) button briefly and repeatedly.
- Press SKIP/SEARCH (
• Automatic Tuning
- Press SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button for more than 1 second.
(Scanning stops when the unit tunes in a station.)
Notes
• If you listen to FM radio, insert the earphone into earphone
jack. The earphone plays the part of the antenna.
• If you press the PLAY ( ) button
RADIO MODE
FM 87.5MHz
during FM radio receiving,
Mute
SEARCH MODE <H >
the sound is muted.
indicator
Vol
F
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Radio Operation
You can preset 20 stations on the radio.
Auto memory
All available radio stations with sufficient signal strength will be
stored automatically.
- Select “AUTO SCAN” menu by using MENU button and
SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press MENU
button again.
Presetting the radio frequency
1
Select the radio frequency you want to preset by pressing SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button on the SEARCH
MODE of FM radio. (EX: When you preset the FM 107.7MHz)
Vol
F
2
RADIO MODE
FM 107.7MHz
SEARCH MODE
ST
<H >
Select “PRESET SAVE” menu by using MENU button and
SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press MENU
button again.
Vol
F
1. AUTO SCAN
2. PRESET SAVE
3. REC. BITRATE
Vol
F
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CH[17] None Freq.
[YES] : MENU KEY
[NO] : FUN. KEY
Radio Operation
3 Select MENU button again.
A preset number (17) will be stored.
Vol
F
4
RADIO MODE 17/20
FM 107.7MHz ST
PRESET MODE <H >
Repeat steps 1 to 3 to store other frequency.
To recall preset numbers
Press SKIP/SEARCH (
/
of FM radio.
) button on the PRESET MODE
Erasing a preset radio frequency
When you want to delete the stored radio frequency, press
Book Mark (B.MARK) button for more than 1 second on the
PRESET MODE of FM radio.
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Radio Operation
Radio recording
1
2
Select “REC.MEMORY” menu by using MENU button and
SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press MENU
button again.
Select a folder you want to record by using MENU button
and SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) button and then press
MENU button again.
Vol
F
1. MUSIC FOLDER
2. VOICE FOLDER
3. RETURN
Music mode folder
Voice mode folder
3 Press the Record (••REC) button twice briefly during FM
receiving.
The radio recording is started.
• To stop the voice recording, press PAUSE/STOP (
button.
The radio recording is completed.
)
Notes
• The recorded files are stored RECF001.MP3, RECF002.MP3,
RECF003.MP3.... in order.
• If the “FULL!!!” appears in the LCD, delete the files to save
voice recording available hour.
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Troubleshooting
1. The MP3 Player does not work or nothing is displayed on
the LCD.
- Check the capacity of the memory.
- Check the polarity (+ and -) of the battery.
2. The buttons are not working.
- Check if the Hold Switch is on.
- There is no battery or the battery is fully consumed.
3. The files can not be downloaded.
- Check the connection between the USB port of your PC
and the USB cable.
- Format the MP3 Player.
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Before calling service personnel
What might appear to be a malfunction in your unit, may just be
the result of slight misoperation. In the case of a malfunction,
install the Firmware Repair Program and then use it.
To install Firmware Repair program
1
2
Insert the software CD into drive D:\ (CD ROM drive).
Search for the “Repair Program”
“Setup.exe” file in CD
ROM and double-click the file.
Continue installing as per the direction of dialog boxes.
3 When the below screen is displayed, click the “Finish”.
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Before calling service personnel
To use Firmware Repair program
1
2
Remove the battery, Press and hold the PLAY ( ) button
with the lock position (HOLD) and then connect the Data
In/Out cable with the USB port of PC and the Data In/Out
terminal of your MP3 Player.
The LCD becomes bright.
Click the “Start”
“Programs”
“LGE MF-FE250
Explorer”
“Repair Program”
“MF-FE250 Repair”.
3 Click the “Repair-EU/ASIA”.
4
The MP3 Player displays the process of Firmware Repair
program.
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Specifications
MF-FE250TB/TN/TS: 128 MB
Memory Capacity
MF-FE250EB/EN/ES: 256 MB
Battery
AAA type (1EA)
Dimensions (WxHxD)
83x33x23mm
Weight
40g (without battery)
Operating Voltage
1.5V DC
Dynamic Range
55dB
Earphone Output Power 5mW+5mW (1kHZ,0dB/16Ω)
S/N Ratio
55/80dB (No Filter/JIS-A Filter)
Channel Separation
35/40dB (1kHz/10kHz)
Power Source
Alkaline AAA size battery 1EA
Equalize
X-LIVE/JAZZ/ROCK/FLAT
FM radio
Frequency Range
S/N Ratio
Channel Separation
Antenna
87.50-108.00 MHz
40 dB
20/25 dB (10KHz/1KHz)
Earphone Antenna
Recording
Available hour
MF-FE250TB/TN/TS : About 2 hour
(128Kbps), About 4 hour (64Kbps)
MF-FE250EB/EN/ES : About 4 hour
(128Kbps), About 8 hour (64Kbps)
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