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LG MF-JM52S4W Owner’s Manual
DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA
PLAYER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: JM52
MF-JM52S4K / MF-JM52S4W
MF-JM52S6K / MF-JM52S6W
Please read this manual
carefully
before
your MP3 player.
Retain it for future reference.
operating
Designs and specifications are subject to
change without notice for improvement.
Table of Contents
Contents......................................4
BeforeOperation...........................26-27
ConnectingEarphone........................26
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ConnectingExternalDevice:Line-In
Precaution...................................5-6
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Accessories...................................7
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PowerOn..................................27
PowerOff..................................27
NameofEachPart............................8-9
HoldFunction...............................27
Up/FrontPanel..............................8
AdjustVolume..............................27
Rear/DownPanel............................9
MenuMode................................28-29
DisplayWindow............................10-12
TheMenuScreen...........................28
MusicScreen...............................10
FMRadioScreen............................11
RecordScreen..............................12
UsingNavigation............................29
MusicOperation............................30-39
PlayingMusicfiles...........................30
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UsingTitleinformation(ID3Tag).
..31
Updatingmusicinformationfiles..
SettingPlaylist..............................32
PlayingPlaylist..............................32
DeleteOnePlaylist..........................33
DeleteAllPlaylist............................33
Settingplaylist:M3U...........................34-35
PlayingM3UPlaylist............................35
InstallingSoftware..........................13-21
InstallingExplorer.........................13-14
InstallingLyricsPalette.....................15-16
InstallingTranscoder.........................17
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InstallingBrainShowerRecovery.
Installingthedevicedriver..................19-21
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UsingtheRemovableStorage...................22
DownloadingFiles...........................22
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ToPauseFiles..............................36
Playingnext/previousfile......................36
DeleteFiles................................22
Fast-forward/Fast-reverse.....................36
LocalRepeatA-B............................37
ChangingtheEQ............................37
ChangingthePlaymode......................37
ConnectingDevices.........................23-25
UsingACPowerAdapter......................23
Charging...................................23
ConnectingUSBCable.......................24
DisconnectingUSBCable.....................25
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AbouttheRechargeableBattery.
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BookMarkFunction.......................38-39
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Table of Contents
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VideoOperation...............................40
PlayingVideoFiles..........................40
SettingOperation...........................50-60
SettingMode...............................50
ToPauseFiles..............................40
Sound..................................51-52
Playingnext/previousfile......................40
Display.................................53-54
PlayMode.................................55
RecSetup.................................56
Fast-forward/Fast-reverse.....................40
Timer.....................................57
PhotoOperation............................41-42
PlayingPhotoFiles..........................41
Playingnext/previousfile......................41
Alarm.....................................58
Etc. ....................................59-60
Zoom.....................................42
FirmwareOperation...........................61
UpgradingFirmware..........................61
ViewingSlideShow..........................42
E-bookOperation.............................43
PlayingTextFiles............................43
UsingPCProgram..........................62-73
UsingExplorer..............................62
Todownloadfiles.........................63-64
FMRadioOperation.........................44-46
ListeningtotheFMRadio.....................44
ChangingFrequencyMode....................44
SearchingFrequency.........................44
SavingFrequency...........................45
Touploadfiles..............................65
Todeletethefiles............................66
Tocheckversioninformation...................67
MP3Explorerupdate......................67-68
Toselectmenulanguage......................68
AutoScan.................................45
Transcoder..............................69-71
DeletingStoredFrequencies...................46
RecordingFMRadio.........................46
JM52Player................................72
RecoveryBrainShower.......................73
LyricsPalette...............................73
RecordingOperation........................47-49
RecordingVoice.............................47
RecordingLine-in............................48
PlayingtheRecordedfile......................49
Troubleshooting..............................74
Specifications................................75
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Contents
Removable
You
Storage
easily copy
Windows Explorer.
can
and
Device
paste files
to the
Mass
Storage
product uses mass storage that exceeds the capacity
existing MP3 players and allows you to use it as a
This
player using
of most
removable drive.
USB 2.0
Support
USB 2.0 transmits data with
a
speed
of
480Mbps
Color 1.8" TFT-LCD
that is 40
TFT-LCD
times faster than USB1.1.
can
Direct MP3
You
can
MP3 files without
FM
Recording
convert music from
a
CDs,
screen can
realize
Muti-Codec
cassettes and radio into
the built LCD
Magnificent
3D
Text and
and
View
and
sound-SRS, WOW
the
optimum image quality,
on
screen.
Image
Viewer
ebook, Lyrics, and stored images with the Text viewer
Image
viewer features.
3D and rich base sounds with
Experience
magnificent
industry-recognized SRS WOW technology.
the
Brain Shower?
Upgrading
It
can
Firmwares
become the continuous
and the various
setting
up
improvement
this product.
so
Player
product will play movie files (MPEG, WMV, AVI),
music files (MP3, OGG, WMA) and photo files (JPEG)
Reception
program is made easy with Auto Search
the
This
PC.
Listening to an FM
Frequency.
display
vivid, natural colors.
Brain Shower files
are
Brain Shower folder
of the function
the music files to clear your head.
b
concentration, refresh, power up, deep sleep
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Precaution
Never attempt
yourself.
to
disjoin
or
repair
the
product
Pay
attention to the USB cable direction
when
connecting the product to PC.
or the product may be damaged
The PC
if
you connect the USB cable in the wrong
Never
use
the
product
direction.
for other purposes
than those described in this
Never
guide.
damaged
use
Do not
use
or worn
USB cable.
the
Do not touch
Note that malfunctions may occur if you use
product in places where static electricity
product near water.
this product with wet
hands.
the
occurs
frequently.
Be
sure to
The files
Avoid to leave the
product
in hot
or
humid
using
place.
We
back up your data files.
the player may be deleted while
on
the
product.
responsible
are not
lost files that
are not
for any
saved
on
damaged
or
your PC.
Customer Service Center does not back up
Take
special attention when touching the
product box, owners manual and accessories
your data while servicing.
to avoid cuts.
If the
product
Avoid to
emits
an
unusual odor
use headphone or earphone while
driving a vehicle, motorcycle, riding a
bicycle, getting exercise or working in
dangerous areas.
Not only is it dangerous, but also illegal in
or
excessive
heat, or you notice anything else
that seems unusual, do not use the product
and contact
our
Customer Service Center.
some areas.
5
Precaution
On handling the LCD screen
Do not scratch the LCD or exert pressure
cause a
on
Showing consideration for others
Keep the volume at a moderate level.
it. This could
malfunction.
Using the player in low temperature conditions may
produce a residual image on the screen. This is not
malfunction. When the player returns to normal
temperature, the screen returns to normal.
a
On adjusting the volume
Do not turn up the volume while
very low level inputs or no audio
speakers
played.
image may appear on the screen if the same
displayed for a lengthy period of time.
The residual image disappears in a while.
If you are going to leave the player for a long time,
is
Road
turn off the power.
The
screen
becomes
a
headphones
while
driving,
any motorized vehicle. It may create
traffic hazard and is illegal in some areas. It can also be
malfunction.
or
operating
a
potentially dangerous to play your headset at high volume
walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You
while
On headphones
should exercise extreme caution
Preventing hearing damage
using headphones at high volume. Hearing experts
advise against continuous, loud, and extended play. If you
experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or
potentially
Avoid
discontinue
the monitor unit and
use
cycling,
during operation.
This is normal and does not indicate
may be
listening to a section with
signal. If you do, the
damaged when a peak-level section is
safety
Do not
warm
people
around you.
A residual
image
This will allow you to
hear outside sounds and still be considerate to the
or
discontinue
use
in
hazardous situations.
Do not install the monitor
display
where viewable
by
the
driver.
use.
Some states restrict the
vehicles. Where
installed
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or
use
operated
is
use
of monitors and televisions in
permitted,
so as to
the units should not be
be viewable
by
the driver.
Accessories
Earphone
USB cable
Installation CD
Because this
product
can
Owner's Manual
product operates in touch control, the
unintentionally operated when carrying
around if not locked.
Contents may be changed without notices.
Line In/Out
AC Adapter
Cable
7
Name of Each part
Up / Front Panel
1
Actual
player may vary slightly
from
images
shown.
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1
Power ON / OFF / HOLD Switch
2
Microphone (MIC)
3
Earphone socket
4
Menu
(M)
/
Return button
MEMORY/ PRESET
5
REW
6
Information
7
VOLUME
8.
Record
I
/ Left
arrow
:
Radio mode
button
Decrease
13
EQ /
12
4
11
5
10
9
u
/ Down
arrow
i
/
Right arrow button
frequency : Radio
Increase
11
9
13 LCD
7
8
mode
PLAY / PAUSE u / Power OFF
12 VOLUME
8
button
(REC) button
REPEAT A-B / Play mode
ENTER (ENT) / Navigation button
10 FF
6
frequency : Radio mode
(INF) button
Book-Mark / Playlist button
U
/
Up
arrow
button
Name of Each part
Rear / Down Panel
Actual
( Continued )
player may vary slightly
from
images
1
Battery Cover
2
USB Connector
LINE-IN Connector
DC-IN Connector
3
1
2
3
9
Recovery button
shown.
Display
Music Screen
1
Window
Actual
player may vary slightly
8
9
10
11
13
images
shown.
23456
7
16
15
14
from
1
Current Time
2
Volume indicator
3
Book Mark indicator
4
Alarm indicator
5
Hold indicator
6
Battery indicator
7
Music Title / ID3
8
9
12
Tag
Equalizer indicator
File Type indicator
10 Play Mode indicator
11 Total Time
12 PLAY B / PAUSE X indicator
13 Play Time
14
Repeat A-B indicator
15 Progress Bar
16 File Number / Total File Number
10
Display
Window
FM Radio Screen
1
Actual
( Continued )
player may vary slightly
from
images
shown.
1
Stereo / Mono indicator
2
Current Channel indicator
2
3
Radio Mode
3
4
(MEMORY / PRESET)
Frequency Number
5
Frequency Bar
4
5
11
Display
Window
Record Screen
Actual
( Continued )
player may vary slightly
1
1
2
Recording
Recording
4
5
6
12
shown.
Status
Time
3
Bit Rate indicator
4
File Name
5
Free
7
7
images
2
6
3
from
Space Bar
Remaining Recording Time
ADT(Auto Detect) indicator
Installing Software
Installing Explorer
Your MP3
Player
your computer.
OS
needs the minimal
system requirements for
Insert the software CD into drive D:\
The install will be runed
:Windows98SE/ ME/ 2000/XP
NT is not
supported
CPU
:
At least Pentium
Memory
HDD Space
:
At least 32MB
:
At least 100MB
Video Card
:
640
x
480
-
Select
133MHz
(CD ROM drive).
automatically
"Explorer".
Mode, At least High Color(16bit)
USB Port
CD-ROM
You
can
update the
available etc. from
Software for Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP
an
internet website
by
Select the
LG Electronics Inc.
language you
want and Click "OK"
Refer to the
following sample contact procedure;
http://www.lge.com b Service Site b Select Your COUNTRY
Product Support b Device Driver
b
Note
Windows ME, Windows 2000, and Windows XP
operating
systems support USB 2.0 storage without additional setup.
Windows Explorer may be employed to use the product as a
portable storage device without installing any other information.
In the Windows 98SE operating system however, the managing
software is required to use the product as a portable storage
Click the "Next" button in the installation window.
device.
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Installing Software (
Continued
)
Select the installation folder and click the "Next""
Click the "Finish" button when the installation
button.
complete
Installation is
screen
"MP3 Explorer"
desktop.
progressing.
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is
displayed.
icon is created
on
the Windows
Installing Software (
Installing Lyrics
Select
"Lyrics
Select the
Continued
Palette
Palette".
language you
)
Read about the license
agreement
and select "Yes"
want and Click "OK"
Select the installation folder and click the "Next"
button.
Click the "Next" button in the installation window.
Installation is
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progressing.
Installing Software (
Continued
Click the "Finish" button when the installation
complete
screen
Lyrics Palette
desktop.
is
displayed.
icon is created
on
the Windows
It should be installed the Window Media Format 9
updated
or a more
version.
16
)
Installing Software (
Installing
Continued
)
Transcoder
Select the
Select "Transcoder".
path
of program folder and then click the
"Next" button.
Click the "Next" button in the installation window.
Installation is
progressing.
Select the installation folder and click the "Next"
button.
Click the "Finish" button when the installation
complete
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screen
is
displayed.
Installing Software (
Installing
Brain Shower
Select "Brain Shower
Select the
Continued
Recovery
Recovery".
language you
)
Read about the license
agreement
and select "Yes"
want and Click "OK"
Select the installation folder and click the "Next""
button.
Click the "Next" button in the installation window.
Installation is
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progressing.
Installing Software (
Installing
Continued
)
the device driver
Device driver installation is
required
for the Windows
Check "Search the best driver for your device" and
Click the "Next" button.
98SE operating system.
Please disregard this section for Windows Me, Windows
2000, Windows XP.
Connect the product to
a
PC with the USB cable
included.
Click the
If the
new
product
is not
the
PC,
recognized by
opened.
an
"Specify
"Browse" button.
"Add
hardware wizard" window is
Click the "Next" button.
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a
location"
option
and click the
Installing Software (
Select the driver98 folder
on
Continued
the installation CD that
)
Click the "Finish" button to finish the installation.
includes the .inf file and click the "OK" button.
(CD:
JM52 Windows98SE USB Drivers
When the folder is
)
located, click the "Next" button.
following is displayed if you choose "Control
panel > System" on the windows background
window and select the Deice Manager.
The
Click the LGE JM52 using
the
20
right
mouse
button.
Installing Software (
You choose
"Settings"
on
the windows
Continued
background
window.
Check "Removable"
Click the "Yes" to restart your computer.
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)
Using
the Removable
Downloading
Connect
one
Storage
Files
end with the USB
Delete Files
port
on
Select the files to delete and press the Delete button
the back of
the
keyboard to delete the files.
(But the recycle bin must be emptied
delete the files.)
your PC and then plug the other end into the USB
connector of your
Open
Player.
Explorer on PC.
displayed in Window Explorer.
Windows
Local Disk is
Select the file you want to save, then
Press Shift+Delete to
drag
and
completely
to
completely
delete the files at
once.
drop
it to the removable disk.
The
player
can
recognize
limit but 6 sub folders in
the files/folders
a
on
the
folder to
operate JM52.
folder, the unit will
If you delete this
Don't
remove
the USB cable while
loading a files.
Copy files(Video, Music, Photo,
uploading
Text
file)
or
b
VIDEO Folder
Music file
b
MUSIC Folder
Photo file
b
PHOTO Folder
Text file
b
E-Book Folder
b
Config
System
file
with
not
system
operate properly.
Therefore do not delete this folder.
down-
If you delete the file and then start operating the unit, you
will see the message saying "Please update file" and then
from the PC to
the power will shutdown.
the removable disk.
Movie file
player
folder.
The CONFIG folder under JM52 root folder is the
To
recover
system file folder, copy the JM52.ROM file in the
provided CD to the unit.
Firmware folder within the
Folder
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Connecting
Using
Use
The
AC Power
Devices
Adapter
Charging
The
player will be charged automatically
adapter is connected to the player.
only the supplied AC power adapter for safety.
AC operating voltage of this player is 100~240V.
Charging
Playback
Connect the adapter to the USB connector of your
player
(Don't
and then to the Main Power socket.
connect the
adapter
while power
off)
Playtime is
charge.
time
:
time
:
Approx.About
Approx.About
measured under
2 hours
when the AC
(At full discharge)
(At full charge)
12 hours
playback
of MP3 128
Kbps
at
full
Confirm the
The
battery
is also
charged
battery charge
on
the unit's
display
window.
when the USB cable is
connected.
It is
re-chargeable during play, using
AC
adapter.
Full
If you connect a fully discharged unit to the PC using USB
cable, the PC will identify the unit in about 3 minutes.
Battery charge sign
USB connection (Charging)
Switch back and forth between
The
"Battery Charging"
and "USB
(Charge completed)
"Battery Complete"
and "USB
battery
connecting
USB connection
worn
out, charging
the USB cable and
screen
charge
over
Recharge
is
appeared
after
the 3 minute.
battery
(To turn off the power, press the BX button for couple of
seconds.)
play files while charging, the charging will take longer.
(Connected to AC adapter)
If you set the Settings > PowerSaving setting to "Off" and
charge the unit, the unit may not be fully charged.
Connected".
adapter connection (Charging)
Display "Battery Charging".
AC adapter connection (Charge completed)
Switch back and forth between "Battery Charging"
"Charging Complete".
is all
If you connect a fully discharged unit to charge, the
charge sign will show up in about 3 minutes.
Connected".
Switch back and forth between
Low
(Green)
If you
AC
and
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Connecting
Connecting USB
Connect
one
Devices
( Continued )
Cable
end with the USB
port
on
the back of
The
your PC and then plug the other end into the USB
connector of your
Driver installation is
operating. ( Consult
Player.
required
on
page
following
screen
is
displayed
in the
product
LCD.
for the Windows 98SE
19)
The icon is
displayed
in the PC
tray
if
successfully
connected.
The
tray icon may be hidden in
system settings.
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some
Windows XP
operating
Connecting
Disconnecting USB
Wait until you
get
safely unplug
the device before
Devices
Cable
message saying
a
( Continued )
About the
that you
can
disconnecting
Push the
battery
the USB
Rechargeable Battery
cover.
cable.
The safe
icon is in the
remove
system tray
next to
Battery
the clock.
TYPE NO: MB-PA106
Double Click
Click
on
the icon to
computer
There will be
a
can now
from the
the player from the
'Safely remove' message.
message indicating that it is
to disconnect the
You
eject
and select the
POWER
now
Insert the
player.
(Li-Polymer)
3.7V(630mAh)
DC
battery.
Close the battery
safe
:
cover.
CAUTION
go ahead and unplug the USB cable
Fully charge the battery before use.
Charge and store the battery at room temperature.
It may not charge properly in cold temperature
player.
environments
Do not
If the PC power is turned off or the USB cable is
disconnected while data is being transferred, an HDD
the
attempt
to disassemble the
battery.
Do not expose the battery to open flame.
These activities could cause the battery to
error
in
resulting
product maybe generated.
in serious
explode
injury.
Do not contact the connectors of the
battery to metal
objects, or electrical shock may occur.
the
the
only
supplied
battery.
The battery life is 6 months and you can pay to buy
Use
additional batteries.
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Before
Operation
Connecting
Connecting Earphone
Connect the remote control to the socket
the
on
the
top
Connect external
of
player.
External Device
:
Line-In
input devices.
Connect the LINE-OUT
or
earphone
socket of the
external device to the Line-In socket of the
product
with the Line In/Out cable.
Use the
setting.
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recording
feature to record with the desired
Before
Operation (
Continued
Power On
Hold Function
Push POWER switch in the
The initial
)
loading
>
time will be
This function locks the main unit to
direction.
required
about
operating
20 seconds.
prevent it from
accidentally press a button.
Push HOLD button to lock position, hold icon
appears in the LCD and all key operations
when you
will be disabled.
Power Off
Instant off:
Push POWER switch for 2 seconds in the
>
Adjust
direction.
Press and hold BX button.
Automatic off:
configured
You
can
U u
buttons.
adjust
the volume
The volume level
be
by pressing
adjusted by
steps. (MIN, 01~39,MAX)
The power will turn off automatically if
there is no user action in stop mode within
the
Volume
can
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Auto Off time.
The volume
changes by 1 level when you
briefly, and it changes
press the button
rapidly
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when you press and hold the button.
Menu Mode
The Menu Screen
The
menu
window appears for you select
one
of the 7
x
functions.
Music
This mode is for
During playback, press and hold the
MENU(M) button and then the functions
menu will be appeared.
x
This mode is for
x
playing MPEG,
WMV
viewing
x
with
displays
the folder
containing
You
can tune
listening
highlighted
as
your choice.
Recordings
This mode allows you to make
high quality
voice
recording.
Press the ENT button to
execute the
text files and
file.
to radio.
in the FM station
buttons.
x
a text
Radio
This mode is for
Uu
AVI files.
JPEG files.
allows you to read the content of
menu
or
E-book
This mode
Select the
WMA files.
or
Photo
This mode is for
x
playing MP3, OGG
Video
This mode allows you to receive audio
menu.
external audio
x
If you don't press any buttons within about 20
seconds in menu, it will return to the previous
Press the M button in Menu mode to exit the
Menu mode.
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signals
from
in MP3 format.
Settings
This mode
screen.
player
changes
the
configuration
to the device.
an
Menu Mode
( Continued )
Using Navigation
The
Navigation function allows you to navigate all the
files on the player.
Yon can play titles, view images or display text files
without switching modes.
During playback, press
and then the files
or
Press the
previous
I
or
i
buttons to return to the
forward folder to the next
folder.
the ENT button
folders will be
appeared.
Press the ENT button.
The selected file will
Use the
folder
U
or
u
played.
buttons to select the desired
file.
When
a folder is selected in the navigation
mode, press ENT button.
Press the M button in Navigation mode to exit
the Navigation mode.
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Music
Playing
The
Operation
Music files
playback standby
initialization
turned
screen
Using
screen
Title Information (ID3 Tag)
Choose the"Music"
follows the
when power is
menu on
the main
menu screen.
on.
Use the
U
u
buttons to select the desired
search method.
The file will
What is ID3
Tag
This is what is attached to
relevant to the
and
a
played.
file, such
an
as
Press the ENT button.
MP3 to carry information
the
title, artist, album, year, genre
The selected sub
comment field.
Artist
:
To search all the files
Album
:
To
Genre
:
To
Year
:
To
Song
Playlist
:
To
:
To
by singer.
search all the files by album.
search all the files by file genre.
search all the files by year.
search all the files by files.
display the list of currently selected
files.
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screen
is
opened.
Music
Updating
Updates
Operation (
Continued
)
music information files
the music information file for the current MP3
file. Use the function to create
or
Click the "ID3 DB
repair the database
or damaged.
Sorting"
in the
screen to
the Music Information File.
file if the information file is deleted
A music information file is
a
database
collection of ID3
for the ID3
Tag information. The
Tag navigation function.
Connect the product to
An icon is
displayed
a
file, which is
files
are
a
required
PC using the USB cable.
in the PC
tray
if connection is
successful.
Click
DB
scan
is
progressing.
'Safe Remove' the USB cable to disconnect
the
product
The data
Double-click the "MP3
Windows
desktop
Explorer" icon on the
Manager program.
to open the
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from the PC.
generation
time
can
differ
by
file size.
update
Music
Operation (
Continued
Setting Playlist
Move to the file you want in
)
Playing Playlist
Navigation
Select
"Playlist"
Select
"My Playlist"
in the
menu.
mode and press the INF button.
The selected file will be marked.
To cancel the
in the sub
menu.
playlist setting.
Navigation
Move the marked file in the
mode and the press the INF button
again.
Use the
Uu
buttons to select the desired
file.
Press the ENT button to
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play.
Music
Delete One
Select
Operation (
in the
Playlist
Select "All" in the sub
menu.
Select "Delete" in the sub
U u
)
Delete All
Playlist
"Playlist"
Use the
Continued
menu.
All
playlist
menu.
is deleted.
buttons to delete the desired
file.
M3U
Press the ENT button to delete.
The file is deleted.
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play
list
can
only
be deleted from the PC.
Music
Operation (
Setting Playlist
Use the
Winamp
Winamp
:
Continued
M3U
software to create the PLAYLIST.
is freeware software and available for
download from
)
Click the PL button in the Winamp window to open
http://www.winamp.com/player.
the PLAYLIST EDITOR window.
Double click the downloaded file to install.
completing the installation, click Start >
Program > Winamp > Winamp to start the Winamp
After
software.
Click the add button in the Playlist Editor window to
select files
or
folders to add.
When the selected files
click the
button
Connect
one
end with the USB
port
on
the back of
your PC and then plug the other end into the USB
connector of your
Player.
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are
added and
Manage Playlist then click
in the following pop menu.
displayed,
Playlist
the Save
Music
Operation (
Continued
)
Playing
M3U
Select
Input
the file
name
in the Save
the Save button to create
an
Playlist
"Playlist"
in the
menu.
Playlist dialog. Click
Select "M3U
*.m3u file.
Save m3u files to the removable disk
>
MUSIC
Playlist"
in the sub
menu.
>
PLAYLIST.
When
saving
the
file, it
Use the
must be done in the
MUSIC>PLAYLIST folder for the file to be identified
by
Uu
buttons to select the desired
file.
the
unit.
Press the ENT button to
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play.
Music
Operation (
Continued
To Pause Files
Press BX button
To
resume
Fast-forward/Fast-reverse
file
during
playback, press
skip the
Press
briefly
playing.
this button
Press and hold the
again.
playing for
playback.
file
Playing next/previous
To
next file
the
button
i
on
the main unit to
select the next file.
To
skip the previous file
Press
briefly
the
button
I
within 5 seconds of
To return the
on
playing
the main unit
time.
beginning
of the current
file
Press
briefly
the
I
after 5 seconds of
button
playing
)
on
the main unit
time.
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I i
fast-forward
buttons
or
during
fast-reverse
file
Music
Local
you
can
repeat
a
Operation (
Repeat
portion
Continued
A-B
)
Changing
of the current file.
While
the EQ
playing a music file, press
change the EQ mode.
the INF
button to
playing, press REC
File
button
once.
Ai appears in the LCD.
To select the local
Changing
repeat ending point
you want during file playing, press the
button
A
i
While
again.
repeat function, press
REC button.
A
i
B
disappears
in the LCD.
If you select local repeat ending point within 1
seconds, after setting the local repeat starting
point,
it is not
operated.
The Book Mark and Local
Repeat
playing
a
Play
music
the REC button to
B appears in the LCD.
To cancel local
the
A-B function
is not available in Video/FM mode.
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mode
file, press and hold
change
the
play
mode.
Music
Operation (
Continued
)
Book Mark Function
You
can set
Book Mark function
during file playing
marking point of
then you can search for the Book
track automatically.
Bookmark
Playback the stored Bookmark files
Press the INF button in
stop
state.
during playing
Press and hold the INF button
playing
and
the
during
the music.
The select
position
is marked.
Use the
Uu
buttons to select the
bookmarked files.
A maximum of 20 bookmarks
can
be saved.
Press the ENT button.
The selected file will
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played.
Music
Operation (
Continued
Delete the stored Bookmark files
Press the INF button in
stop
)
Press and hold the INF button.
Deletes all files bookmarked.
status.
v
Press the INF button.
The file is deleted.
v
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Video
Playing
Operation
Video Files
Choose the"Video"
To Pause Files
menu on
Press BX button
the main
To
menu screen.
resume
during file playing.
playback, press this button again.
Playing next/previous
To
skip the
Press
Use the
folder
or
U
u
i
file
next file
button
on
the main unit to select the
next file.
buttons to select the desired
files.
To
skip the previous file
Press
I
previous
button
on
the main unit to select the
file.
Fast-forward/Fast-reverse
Press and hold the
Press the ENT button.
The selected file will
playing
played.
Ii
for fast-forward
buttons
or
during
file
fast-reverse
move.
Files
having no conversion program in the
provided by our corporation are
transcoder
This
player can not
play caption file.
played.
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not
Photo
Playing
Operation
Playing next/previous
Photo Files
Choose the "Photo"
menu on
To
the main
skip the
Press
menu screen.
i
file
next file
button
on
the main unit to select the
next file.
To
skip the previous file
Press
I
previous
Use the
folder
U
or
u
button
on
the main unit to select the
file.
buttons to select the desired
files.
It doesn't
support a Photo function when for a
progressive JPEG file.
progressive JPEG?
progressive JPEG is JPEG image that is
displayed getting focused on gradually.
For the file types that are not supported by the
unit, convert them to *.jpg files with a graphic
What
Press the ENT button.
The selected file will
played.
tool in the PC and
use
them in the unit.
Press the BX button to return to file list.
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Photo
Operation (
Continued
)
Viewing Slide Show
Zoom
Press the
Uu
buttons to
picture. (Normal
9
~
enlarge
The slide show
the
plays
all
photo
files within the Photo
folder.
time)
Press and hold the INF button to
play
Slide Show.
U:Zoomup
u :
If you want to
Zoom down
stop Slide Show, press
the
INF button.
Press the ENT button.
Change
to
Move mode
Press the
point
U u I i
buttons to
You
move zoom
can
set slide time on the
Slide show
viewing may
files are too large.
You can view photo files
at zoom mode.
music.
Press the ENT
button in Move
mode to exit the
Move mode.
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"settings" menu.
image
be slow if the
while
listening
to
E-book
Playing
Operation
Text Files
Choose the "E-book"
menu on
the main
Use the
menu screen.
Use the
folder
U
or
u
or next
I
i
buttons to
move to
previous
page during reading text file.
buttons to select the desired
files.
The
screen can
display
19 characters
across
and 7 line.
You
Press the ENT button.
The selected file will
can
read text file while
listening
to music.
The Text File may break or can't be displayed
when it is not fit into the country code.
Press the BX button to return to file list.
played.
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FM Radio
Listening
Operation
to the FM radio
Choose the "Radio"
menu on
mode
Changing Frequency
Press the M button
during FM radio
receiving. (MEMORY n PRESET)
the main
menu screen.
The button
serves to
switch
over
between
MEMORY mode and PRESET mode.
MEMORY Mode
Input
the
:
frequency directly.
PRESET Mode
:
Select from the saved channel list.
Radio
screen
will
appeared.
Searching Frequency
Manual
Tuning
Press the
Auto
I
Tuning
:
button
i
repeatedly.
:
Press and hold the
I
i
button.
Automatically scan and turns
previous available station.
to the next
or
FM Tuner
reception may vary in different areas.
in the area of low sensitivity, radio
receiving may not be good.
If you
are
If you press the BX button
receiving,
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during
the sound is muted.
FM radio
FM Radio
Operation (
Continued
Auto Scan
Saving Frequency
Press the INF button while
)
listening
All available radio stations with sufficient
strength will be stored automatically.
to
FM radio.
signal
Press and hold the INF button while
listening
Select the desired channel
U
u
to FM radio.
using
buttons.
You
can see
Channels
the
are
frequency increasing.
automatically scanned and
and saved in order in Preset.
Press the ENT
In
button, and then the
area
with weak
signals,
some
channels may
not saved.
current broadcast is stored at PRESET.
Amaximum of 20 channels
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can
be saved.
FM Radio
Operation (
Continued
Deleting Stored Frequencies
)
Recording
FM Radio
Press the M button to enable PRESET
Press and hold the REC button while
mode.
receiving
Select the desired channel
I i
To
using
FM radio.
stop recording, press
the
REC button.
buttons.
The recorded files
are stored in the
RECORD folder in the following format:
FM001.MP3 or FM002.MP3...
Press and hold INF button.
The selected channel will be erased and
the next channel will be
displayed
If you want to pause
button.
If all channels
are
deleted, PRESET mode will
be disabled until another station is stored.
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recording, press
the BX
Recording Operation
Recording
Voice
Choose the"Recordings"
main
Select "Voice Records"
U
u
menu on
Press the REC button to start
the
recording.
menu screen.
by pressing
To
buttons.
stop recording, press
the
REC button.
The recorded files
are stored in the
RECORD folder in the following format:
V001.MP3 or V002.MP3...
If you want to pause
recording, press
the BX
button.
press the ENT button, and then Record
screen
will be
If the memory is
full, recording is stopped
automatically
appeared.
If the volume level is extremely high, the sound
quality may not the good.
Ahigher Bit Rate increases the quality but
reduces recording time.
Volume can not be controlled while recording.
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Recording Operation (
Recording
)
Line-in
Choose the"Recordings"
main
Continued
menu on
the
Connect
product
menu screen.
an
external audio
line-in
Press PLAY
on
output
to the
port.
your external
begin playback to be
(Please see page 26)
to
equipment
recorded.
Press the REC button to start
recording.
Select "Line In Records"
Uu
by pressing
buttons.
To
stop recording, press
the
REC button.
The recorded files
are stored in the
RECORD folder in the following format:
AU001.MP3 or AU002.MP3...
press the ENT button, and then Record
screen
will be
appeared.
If you want to pause
button.
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recording, press
the BX
Recording Operation (
Playing
Continued
)
the Recoded file
Press the M button in
standby
mode to
play
recording
the recorded file.
FM Record
Press the BX to
The selected file is
play.
appeared.
The Recoded files
are
stored in the current
folder.
Voice Record
Line-In Record
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Voice Record
:
RECORD / VOICE
Line-In Record
:
RECORD / LINE-IN
FM Record
:
RECORD / FM
Settings Operation
Settings
Choose
Mode
the"Settings"
menu on
the main
menu screen.
Press
U u
buttons to select the desired
menu.
Press ENT button to select the desired
Press the M button in
sbu
Settings
menu.
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Settings
mode to exit the
mode.
Press the
I
screen or
forward to the next
i
buttons to return to the
screen.
previous
Settings Operation (
Continued
)
Sound
EQ
x
You
x
can
Normal
Blues
,
,
select various EQ modes.
Pop Rock R&B/Soul HipHop Rap Electronic
Newage Jazz Folk Country Classical
Reggae Ballad Dance Live Techno
,
Full Bass
You
can
,
,
,
Latin Music
,
,
,
,
User1
adjust
,
,
,
,
,
,
SRS WOW
You
,
,
can
select various 3D sound effect.
ITEM
Description
Steps
On/Off
SRS On/Off
On/Off
SRS WOW
Enjoy
TruBass
Improve the bass sound
make spectacular.
,
,
,
user2
the sound to your
0~10
is
Use the
Ii
buttons to select the
Use the
U
buttons to
u
adjust
the 3D sound effect.
preference.
frequency
a
trademark of the SRS
to
0~10
Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license of the
SRS Labs, Inc.
band.
the level.
press the ENT button to confirm.
Use the
Uu
buttons to select the desired item.
Use the
U
buttons to
u
step.
press the ENT button to confirm.
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Settings Operation (
x
Continued
Fade In
x
)
Beep
activated, volume increases gradually at
playback mode to prevent sudden loudness.
Set the
ITEM
ITEM
Description
On
The set
When
On
Off
on
Description
Volume
gradually
playback starts.
Music is
played
increases when
beep sound
player.
for every time
beeps
a
button is
when the buttons
pressed.
Off
at the volume you set.
Use the Uu buttons to select On
press the ENT button to confirm.
the
or
The set does not
beep.
Use the Uu buttons to select On
press the ENT button to confirm.
Off.
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or
Off.
pressed
are
Settings Operation (
Continued
)
Display
x
ID3
Display
x
Tag
ID3
Tag
If "Off" is selected
only
file
name
ITEM
Description
On
Display
the ID3
Off
Display
the
is
Scroll
speed
X1/2,X1,X2,X3
displayed.
Use the
Tag
name
of music file.
or
Uu
for texts
on
the LCD.
buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
information.
Use the Uu buttons to select On
press the ENT button to confirm.
Speed
Set the scroll
music file information.
Off.
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Settings Operation (
Continued
x
Slide Show Time
x
Set the slide show time for
photo
)
Auto Screen Off
Set the time for which the LCD
backlight is turn
AlwaysOn,5Sec,10Sec,30Sec,60Sec
files in
the"Photo"mode.
5Sec,10Sec,20Sec,30Sec,1Min,2Min
x
x
Brightness
Set the LCD
brightness.
of MP3 file.
If "Off" is selected
0~9
Use the
Lyrics On/Off
Display lyric
U
u
buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
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only
file
ITEM
Description
On
Display lyric
Off
Display
name
is
displayed.
of MP3 file.
name
of the MP3 file.
on.
Settings Operation (
Play
x
Continued
)
Mode
Play Mode
Set the
repeat playback
mode.
ITEM
Description
Repeat One
Plays repeatedly
Folder
Plays
Repeat
Folder
Random
Repeat
Use the
U
u
buttons to the desired item.
All
Random
press the ENT button to confirm.
Repeat
lntro
the current selected folder.
Plays repeatedly
Plays
all files
Plays
all files.
in within folder.
randomly
in within folder.
Folder
All
Repeat
the current selected file.
Plays repeatedly
all files.
Plays
all files
Plays
the first 10 seconds of each file in
randomly
in random order.
All
hard disk.
Study
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Skip the set period
playback.
of time while
Settings Operation (
Rec
x
Continued
)
Setup
Radio
Set the FM
Bit Rate
:
recording quality.
x
96,128,192 Kbps
ADT
ADT is
a
(Auto Detect)
function for
when there is
no
separating
sound for
a set
and
saving MP3 files
during MP3
time
encoding.
Off,2Sec,3Sec,4Sec,5Sec
x
Voice
Set the Voice
Bit Rate
:
recording quality.
96,128,192 Kbps
Use the Uu buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
x
Line In
Set the Line In
Bit Rate
:
recording quality.
96,128,192 Kbps
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Settings Operation (
Continued
)
Timer
Set Time
x
x
Use the
I
i
buttons to
Use the
U
u
buttons to select the desired item.
move to
the next
Use the
turns power off at
stop
mode after fixed
time.
Off,30sec,1min,5min,10min
Use the
Uu
U
u
fixed time.
buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
Auto Power Off
x
Mode
stage.
press the ENT button to confirm.
Automatically
Sleep
Automatically turns power off after
Off,10min,30min,1hrs,2hrs
Sets the current time.
buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
57
Settings Operation (
Continued
)
Alarm
x
x
Setting
Always
,
once
Use the
I
Use the
Uu
i
,
Music
Off
buttons to
Wake-up Mode
Sets the alarm mode to activate the alarm function.
Sets the time to activate the alarm function.
move to
the next
,
Radio
,
Radio Rec
stage.
buttons to select the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
The
player automatically powers
on
after the time you set.
Use the
I
Use the
Uu
i
buttons to
move to
the next
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stage.
buttons to select the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
Settings Operation (
Continued
)
Etc.
x
x
Language
display language.
KOR,ENG,JAP,SPA,CHI(TRA),CHI(SIM),POR,
FRE,GER,RUS
x
Speed
speed
resume
x
function is not available in
scan.
Play Speed
Sets the
mode when the
speed of music files
speeds.
X1/3,X1/2,X1,X1.5,X2
Use the
The
of fast
X2,X4,X8
Resume
Playback will begin from the same
player is stoped or power off.
On,Off
Scan
Sets the
Sets the
Uu
to
play
buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
Photo, Line In,
Voice mode.
OGG file
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at variable
supports the 1X.
Settings Operation (
Continued
x
Sets the time that the LED
PowerSaving
Automatically
On,Off
LED Time
x
)
backlight stay
Off,RealTime,1Sec,2Sec,3Sec,5Sec
on.
x
Mode
turns hard off at
Uu
mode after fixed time.
Initialize
Sets all the function to their
Use the
stop
factory settings.
YES,NO
buttons to the desired item.
press the ENT button to confirm.
x
Calender
Sets the
display
calender.
x
Sys
You
Info
can
capacity.
Use the
I
i
buttons to select the desired item.
Use the
U
u
buttons to
move to
the next
stage.
press the ENT button to confirm.
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check the firmware version and memory
Firmware
Upgrading
You
upgrade
can
improve
Operation
Firmware
FIRMWARE to
add, change or
player, in which the
Operating System.
Disconnect the USB cable and turn device
the functions of the
Firmware
means
its
Visit the company website
there is
an
upgraded
Service Site
b
(www.lge.com)
country
b
starts
to check if
version available for the
Select your
on again.
"Upgrade" appears automatically and
upgrading.
The message
player.
SUPPORT
b
Download
Uncompress
firmware file from the download file.
Use the USB cable to connect the device to your PC.
Copy
and
paste
the firmware file
(JM52.ROM)
in
local disk JM52.
Do not disconnect the AC
adapter or turn the power off until
Upgrade is completed.
can
be
unsuccessful
if the battery is not
update
charged enough.
(Maintain at least 2 or more levels of battery power.)
the Firmware
Firmware
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Using
PC
Program
1
Using Explorer
MP3-Explorer is the software that interacts with the
Player and a PC. MP3 files or any data files can be
downloaded to the MP3 Player or vice versa.
Double-click the "MP3 Explorer JM52" 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.
Adds the file list window of MP3
3
to
a
down-
This will allow you to copy the selected file
:
the MP3
Player.
Delete
Deletes the selected item.
:
(The files PC
4
Player
file.
2 Upload
MP3
6
:
loading
The
12345
Add
Refresh
folder window
are
not
on
deleted.)
:
Refreshes the contents of the current page.
5 Cancel
7
Cancel the selected item.
:
6 Displays
types (All files, Audio files, Document
files, Image files).
7
14
the file
File list window of PC.
8 Transfer(F6)
13
1
12
2
:
Downloads the selected file
window of MP3
9 Displays
on
the PC onto the file list
Player.
the total and available space of the MP3
Player.
10
The file list window of MP3
11 PC
12
Moves to upper folder.
13
Moves to Root
14 Creates
Player.
11
10
9
8
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Player.
folder window.
a new
directory.
folder in the the file list window of MP3
Using
PC
Program (
Continued
)
To download files
Before
MP3
downing files to your MP3 Player
Player to PC using the USB cable.
Select
file(s)
Click the "Transfer(F6)" icon.
The MP3
loading.
to download.
Click the "Add"
"Ready
and connect the
or
"
"
icon.
to transfer" appears.
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Player displays
the process of file down-
Using
PC
Program (
Continued
)
The selected file has been downloaded.
Now you
can
removing
the USB cable.
listen to music with the MP3
Player
after
Do not
remove
the USB cable while
downloading
Even if the there is space in the MP3 player,
not download if the name is too long.
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files.
some
files may
Using
To
Select
file(s)
PC
Program (
Continued
)
upload files
to
The selected file has been
upload.
Click the "Upload"
or
"
"
icon.
MP3 and WMA files
are
not
available to
upload.
But, you
upload
files recorded using
can
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the MP3
MP3
player.
uploaded.
Using
PC
Program (
Continued
)
To delete the files
Select the
file(s)
to delete.
Click "OK".
Click the "Delete" icon.
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Using
PC
Program (
Continued
To check version information
You
can
check OS version and
Click "About Explorer"
b
Explorer
MP3
version information.
"About MP3
It
Explorer
means
Explorer update
updating
Click "View"
Explorer
JM52".
The
)
b
Click "Update".
Version will be shown
on
the
screen.
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necessary files used
"Explorer Update".
by Explorer
program.
Using
PC
Program (
Continued
)
To select
Click
"
OK".
Click "View"
Select the
68
b
menu
language
"Language".
menu
language by moving
the
mouse.
PC
Using
Program (
Continued
)
Transcoder
This program used to convert common motion image
formats such as MPEG, WMV and AVI to MPEG4 format.
File conversion
Double click
Click
"
Click
"
It
on
"
"JM52 Transcoder"
button to choose
"
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the desk
file.
button.
stops and is saved automatically
completion of transcoding.
v
on
input
at the
top.
Using
PC
Program (
Continued
Delete List
Sectioned file conversion
A
specified
section in
a
file
can
To cancel
be transcoded.
play
"
mouse
"
Shift seek bar to
a
registered file,
click
the file in the list
on
box and choose "Delete Select List"
Move file selection.
File
)
cancel all
desiring position.
Click
"
"
button to set
Click
"
"
button to set
Click
"
"
button to enter the section.
Click
"
"
button to cancel the section.
button. Click
beginning point.
ending point
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registered
on
using
the
right
"Delete All List" in the box to
files.
Using
PC
Program (
Continued
)
Set
options for video and audio, and choose a
directory where you want to store output files in.
b
b
View file information
You
by choosing "View File
by double clicking on one of
key-registered file list or by using the right mouse
can see
file information
information"
button.
(The
title information
clicking
on
dialog
box will
disappear
when
ESC.
The
You
optimal frame size for viewing on the unit is 160X128.
can change the file saving path in Setup > Path.
If you do not have the proper codec for file conversion, it can
unsuccessful. Therefore it is recommended that you download and install the free
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integrated
codec from the Internet.
Using
JM52
PC
Program (
Continued
)
Player
1
1
2
Progress bar
Open button
3
REW
4
Play button
I
button
5
Pause button
6
Stop button
7
FF
8.
Volume button
i
button
8
It
only plays
Transcoder.
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the file converted with the JM52
Using
Recovery
PC
Program (
Continued
)
Brain Shower
Lyrics
Palette
Use the USB cable to connect the device to your PC.
Choose Program b Brain Shower Recovery in the
"Start" menu to start firmware upgrade process.
Click the "Down Load" button to start.
The
Recovery will be transferred
please wait until it has finished.
to the
Lyrics Palette is a program for playing mtp files using
Digital Right Management (DRM) technology.
player.
the
This program also enables users to
with lyrics made by Lyrics Palette.
For music files without
Brain Shower files
are
lyrics
the music files to clear your
head.
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on
lyrics,
play
users can
music files
search for the
the web and insert them into the music files.
Run
Lyrics
Help
will appear.
Palette and press F1.
Troubleshooting
Solution
Problem
Power cannot be turned
LCD
screen
No sound
Check the charge of the battery. Connect the AC adapter to charge.
on
Check the brightness setting of the LCD
is too dark
or
poor sound quality
screen.
Check that if connectors of the remote controller and earphones are clean.
Check that the music files on this device are in the correct format and are not
corrupt.
Buttons will not function
Check whether the Hold function is activated.
Text in the LCD distorted
Check the correct language setting.
Remove and then
Heavy
noise in radio
reception.
See if earphones
reception.
If the earphones
earphones.
Files
are not
put
battery
if the
connected. The
are
are
the
product stops
earphones
and does not
as an antenna
operate.
for the radio
connected, try moving direction of the product and
See if the USB cable is correctly connected.
See if the AC adapter is correctly connected. If there is not enough battery
downloaded.
charge,
the download may not function
properly.
What's DRM?
DRM is
technology
unauthorized
use
and service to
of
digital
protect
contents. This
interests and
rights
product
the Marktek's DRM.
uses
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of the
parties
related with
copyright by preventing
Specifications
TYPE
HDD
4GB
Size
1"
File
PC
AUDIO
System
Operating System
,
6GB
GENERAL
Win98SE/ ME / 2000 / XP
USB 2.0
S/N Ratio
80dB
Channel
35dB(1KHz)
18mW+18mW
FILE TYPE
(SRS WOW)
87.5MHz~108MHz
S/N Ratio
38dB
Channel
25dB
Antenna
Earphone
VIDEO
LCD
TFT
PLAYBACK
VIDEO
Antenna
LCD(1.8")
44KHz /
128Bps
/ VOL15
About 5Hours
AUDIO
44KHz /
Lithium
Polymer Battery
Size
54.4[W]
Weight
97g
Temperature
0°C~+40°C
AUDIO
MP3/OGG/WMA
VIDEO
MPEG/WMV/AVI
IMAGE
260.000 Color
TIME
DC 5.0V, 2A
X
95.5[H]
X
(The file conversion
MPEG4)
Frequency Range
Separation
Adapter
Battery
630 mAh
20Hz~20KHz
Power
AC
FAT32
Frequency Range
Separation
POWER
SUPPLY
Interface
Output
FM RADIO
SPECIFICATION
ITEM
Capacity
128Bps
/ VOL15
About 12Hours
75
JPEG
16.6[D]
to the
P/NO
:
3834RL0016N
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