Sytech SY7494R REPRODUCTOR MP4, RADIO FM, MICRO-SD, 4 GB, ROJO Owner Manual

Sytech SY7494R REPRODUCTOR MP4, RADIO FM, MICRO-SD, 4 GB, ROJO Owner Manual
WELCOME
Thank you for purchasing the MP4 player SY-7494. In order to fully
benefit from this product, please follow the instructions in this user
manual very carefully. Store this user manual in a safe place for future
reference. We are sure your new MP4 player will satisfy your needs.
WARNINGS
• Do not place naked flames, such as lighted candles on or near the
product.
• Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases on or near the
product.
• Do not use or store this product in a place where it is subject to
direct sunlight, heat, excessive dust or vibration.
• Do not use this product with wet hands.
• Do not clean this product with water or other liquids.
• Do not block or cover the slots and holes in the product.
• Do not push foreign objects into the slots or holes in the product.
• Do not attempt to open this product yourself. There are no user
serviceable parts inside.
• Do not allow children access to plastic bags.
SAFETY WARNINGS
• Before using this product, read and follow all warnings and
instructions.
• This product is not intended for use by young children. Young
children should be properly supervised.
• This product is intended for household use only and not for
commercial or industrial use.
• Do not expose to dripping or splashing.
• Ventilation should not be impeded by covering ventilation openings
with items such as newspapers, table cloths, curtains and the like.
• Make sure the unit is adjusted to a stable position. Damage caused
by using this product in an unstable position or by failure to follow
any other warning or precaution contained within this user manual
will not be covered by warranty.
We, suggests retaining the packaging in case for future transport of the
product.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product
please note that: All batteries and accumulators need to be removed
from this product (Removal of Waste Batteries and Accumulators).
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to loud sounds from personal
music players may lead to temporary or permanent hearing loss.
WARNING: When participating in the traffic listening to a
personal music player can make the listener less aware of
potential dangers such as approaching cars.
NOTE: The unit contains preloaded AMV converter software. Before
reformatting the unit or deleting any files, please make sure you back up
the AMV converter tool in order to be able to convert your video files.
Videos need to be converted to the correct size and format in order for it
to be compatible with the MP4 player.
1. Controls Location
1
3
8
4
9
2
11
5
12
6
10
7
Item
Description
Item Description
1
TFT Display
7
2
Clip
8
3
4
5
(Volume Up)
(Volume Down)
Memory Card Slot
9
10
11
6
Earphone Output Jack 12
Mic Hole / Reset Switch
Hole
(Previous /
Fast-Backward)
(Next / Fast-Forward)
USB Mini Connector
(Play / Pause / Standby
ON - OFF)
M (Menu / Enter / Select)
2. Battery Information
This player has an internal, non-user-replaceable battery. For best
results, the first time you use the player, let it charge for about 2 hours
or until the battery status icon in the “Connect” screen shows that the
battery is fully charged (see picture below).
Battery is fully charged
Note: The player continues to use the battery power after it has been
turned off. If the unit has not been used for a long period of time, the
battery might need to be charged before using it again. It is
recommended to recharge the player at least 2 – 3 times every 3 months
in order to maintain the battery life and performance.
a. Charging the Battery:
You can charge the player battery in two ways:
Connect the player to your computer. Or,
Use the USB power charger. (not included)
b. Connection and Charging:
Once you have connected the player to the computer / power charger,
then you will see the following screen on your player (see picture below)
“Connect” Screen
The battery icon will begin to indicate the charging process. Each bar
will move up to indicate the charge level (see the picture below).
Battery icon indicating charging process
Important: The battery does not charge when your computer is in sleep
mode. The USB port on most keyboards does not provide enough power
to charge the player. Connect the player to a USB 2.0 port on your
computer only to prevent the charge problem.
3. Connecting and Disconnecting the Player
You can connect the player with your computer to transfer media files
and recorded voice memos when necessary, and also to charge the
battery.
a. To Connect the Player
To connect the USB player to your computer, plug the connector of
USB Cable into a USB port on your computer, and connect the other
end to the player, then the “Connect” screen will appear on the player
display.
Now the player is ready for media files transfer with your computer.
The battery is being charged at the same time.
You can transfer the media files by using the computer mouse using
drag and place, or copy and paste between the player and your
computer. Disconnect the player from the computer when you’re
done transfer. (See below section on how to disconnect the player).
b. To Disconnect the Player
It’s important not to disconnect the player while it’s syncing or
transferring files. Eject the player before disconnecting it.
To eject the player, press and hold the M button for about 2 seconds,
the “Connect” screen will switch to “Main Menu” screen and it is now
safe to disconnect the player from your computer. Unplug the USB
cable from the player. Or,
If you’re using a Windows PC, you can also eject the player using My
Computer or by clicking the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the
Windows system tray, select the corresponding name of USB Device
and choose “Stop” > choose “Confirm” > and “Confirm” the pop up
window which appears on your computer screen.
If you’re using a Mac, you can also eject player by dragging the player
icon on the desktop to the Trash.
Disconnect the USB cable from the player and computer by simply
removing it.
If you accidentally disconnect the player without ejecting it,
reconnect it to your computer and sync again. However, some media
file may be lost in this process.
4. Using the player
Turning the player ON / OFF and use of the Main Menu.
Press and hold the
button for 3 – 4 seconds to turn ON the player,
then you will see the following main menu:
Music / Movie / Record / Voice / FM / Photo / Setup / eBook, will
appear on LCD after the Loading and Opening screen have been
displayed.
To turn OFF the player, press and hold the
button for 3 – 4
seconds.
“Main Menu” screens
(Music)
(Movie)
(Record)
(Voice)
(FM)
(Photo)
( Setup)
( eBook )
5. Using the Setup Menu
You might need to set the date & time or change some default
settings to suit your needs in the setup sub menu before you start to use
the player.
To go into the setup menu, from the main menu, choose “Setup” by
using the
/
buttons and then press the M button.
You can go back to a previous menu by pressing the
button while
in the setup menu. Or, press and hold the M button to return to the
main menu.
Setup Menu
(Menu Page 1)
(Menu Page 2)
a. To Setup the “System time” (Date & Time):
Choose “System time” by using the
/
buttons and then press
the M button, the date & time setting screen will appear.
Press the “+” button, the year will be highlighted. To set the current
year use the the
/
buttons. Repeat the adjusting methods by
using “+” and
/
buttons once again to set the Month, Date,
Hour, Minute and seconds.
Finally, you need to press the M button to confirm the adjustments
and return back to the Setup menu, If you do not do this, the date &
Time settings will not be memorized and you will need to adjust them
again.
b. To change the “LCD set”
You can set the backlight to illuminate the screen for a certain
amount of time or change the backlight to always ON whenever you turn
ON the player.
To change the LCD backlight, choose the “LCD set” > choose “Dark
mode”, a level bar with number appears. Then choose between “0
(always on) / 5 / 10 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40 / 45 / 50
/
(seconds)”. Set the desired time by using the M and the
buttons. Choose “0” to prevent the LCD backlight from turning off.
(Note: choosing this option decreases the battery performance)
c. To Change the “Language”
This player contains different OSD languages.
To set the language, choose the “Language” option and then choose
which language by using the M and
/
buttons.
d. To Set the “Power Off” time
The Power Off setting can extend the time between battery charges
by turning OFF the player when you are not using the controls or when
there is no operation. The player also includes the sleep function.
To set the power off time, choose “Power off”, then choose “Off
time”, a levels bar with numbers will appear, then choose between
“0 - 200 seconds” as you want by using the M and
/
buttons.
To set the sleep time, choose “Power off”, then choose “Sleep time”,
a level bar with number will appear, choose between “0 / 10 / 20
/30 / 40 / 50 / 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 / 100 / 110 / 120 minutes”
as you want by using the M and
/
buttons.
e. To Change back to “Online mode” (Applicable depending on the
Model)
You might need to change the online mode when connecting it with a
computer system. In the sense that some operating systems (under
Windows 2K SP4) cannot support two drivers in one USB disk. The
multiple driver is selected by default on the unit. However, you can
change it when necessary.
To change the type of disk, choose “Online mode” and then choose
between “Multiply driver / Normal only / Card only” by using
the M and
/
buttons.
f. To View the “Memory info”
You can view information about the memory status of player, such as
the amount of remaining memory, space available and the percentage of
memory which has been used.
To view the status, choose “Memory info” by using the M and
/
buttons. An information screen, remaining memory space
available and percentage of memory used, will appear on screen.
To return to the setup menu or main menu press the
button or
press and hold the M button
g. To “Format Device”
You might need to format device the device memory once in a while.
In some circumstances, the device memory may be corrupted, or you
may need to format the memory card if it’s used for the first time with
this device. However, you can format the device or memory card by the
following methods but note that all the data from the player will be lost
if this operation is carried out.
Choose “Format Device” then choose “Format Disk / Format Card”
/
buttons, and then choose OK to
by using the M and
process or choose Cancel to exit and back to setup menu.
h. To View the “Firmware Version”
You might need to view the details about firmware information inside
the Player.
Choose “Firmware version” by using the M and
/
buttons.
An information screen will appear on the display.
To return to the setup menu or the main menu, press the
button or
press and hold the M button.
i. To “Firmware Upgrade” (System Utility Tools required)
You might need to upgrade the firmware in order to keep the player
up to date and always at its best performance. Please follow the
instruction posted by the dealer (if any) or follow the instruction from the
System Utility Tools if provided. It is not recommended to do this if
the player is working properly.
j. To “Exit”
Select Exit to go back to the main menu. Or, press and hold the M
button to go back to the main menu.
6. Using the Music Menu
You can use the music player to playback music files; WMA and MP3
formats are supported by the player. To open the music player in the
Main Menu:
From the main menu, choose “Music” by using the
/
and M
buttons, a “Music Now Playing” screen appears.
“Music Now Playing” Screen
a. To Playback Music
In the “Music Now Playing” screen, press the
button to start
playback.
Press
button to pause the playing music. Press it again to play.
b. Play Previous or Next track
Press the
button to play the next track.
Press the
button to play the previous track.
c. Use Fast-Forward or Fast-Backward
Press and hold
to fast-forward
Press and hold
to fast-backward (rewind)
d. Adjust the volume level
While the music is being played, press the
button to increase the
volume level. Upon pressing, a volume control bar will appear on
screen.
While the music is being played, press the
button to decrease the
volume level. Upon pressing, a volume control bar will appear on
screen.
e. Use of Lyric Display
This player supports “*.LRC” lyric files and lyrics can be displayed in
a synchronous manner while playing music and if the music file has lyrics
included. To find out whether or not the music file contains lyrics, the
color dot beside the Lyric Message icon will be in to green color
instead of red
in the “Music Now Playing” screen.
To playback music with lyrics press and hold the M button to enter the
lyric display mode and the lyrics will display and move up accordingly
with the music being played.
Press the M button to cancel the lyrics display and go back to the
“Music Now Playing” screen.
7. Use the Music Submenu in Music Stop Mode
You might need to select folders for music play and delete music files.
To do this:
a. Local Folder
In the “Music Now Playing” screen, press the
button to stop the
playing music if unit is in playback mode, then press the M button to
open the Music Submenu.
In the Music Submenu screen, choose “Local folder” and a list menu
appears. Then select the folder and / or choose a music file by using
the
/
and M button.
The screen will go back to the “music now playing” screen once a
button to play.
music file is selected. Press the
b. Delete a file
In the Music Submenu screen, choose “Delete file” and a list menu
appears. Then choose which music file you want to delete by using
the
/
and M buttons.
Once a file is selected, press the M button and choose Yes to confirm
or No to cancel the deletion of the file.
c. Delete All
In the Music Submenu screen, choose “Delete all” then select “Yes /
No” by using the
/
buttons.
Once “YES” or “NO” appears on screen, press the M button to
confirm.
All music files will be deleted once YES is selected and confirmed. A
“Deleting” screen appears when the deleting process is in progress.
Once this has been completed an “Empty disk!” message will be
shown on screen for a few seconds.
d. Exit
Select Exit to return to the “music now playing” screen.
8. Using the Music Submenu in Music Playing Mode
To change settings:
a. To Set Repeat
In music playing mode, press the M button, and a Music Submenu
appears. Then choose the “Repeat” option. Choose between
“Normal / Repeat one / Folder / Repeat folder / Repeat all /
Random / Intro” as you desire by using the
/
and M
buttons.
b. To Change Equalizer
In music playing mode, press the M button, and a Music Submenu
appears. Then choose “Equalizer”, and select amongst “Natural /
Rock / Pop / Classic / Soft / Jazz / DBB”.
c. To set Replay Mode
Set Repeat A-B:
In the Music Submenu, press the M button, and a list menu appears,
then choose the “Replay mode” option. Choose “Replay”, a letter “A”
will be flashing in the “Music Now Playing” screen, and then press the
button to select the starting point (“A”).
Then a letter “B” will be flashing once “A” is selected, use the
button again to select the ending point (“B”) which you want by using
the
button. The selected time of the track between A – B will now
be repeating.
However, the repeating time and the replay gap time depends on the
set values of the Replay Time and Replay Gap which are mentioned in
the below sections.
To create another A – B distance of track to repeat, press the
button again and follow the above steps. A new A – B replay gap will
be created and repeated.
To cancel the replay gap A – B function, press the M button. Or press
the
button to pause.
Set Replay Times:
In music playing mode, press the M button, a Music Sub-menu
appears. Then select “Replay times” and choose between “1 / 2 / 3
/ 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10” as desired by using the
/
and M
buttons. The Player will replay those music files the selected amount
of times.
Replay Gap:
In music playing mode, press the M button, a Music Sub-menu
appears. Then select “Replay Gap” and then choose between “1 / 2
/ 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 second(s)” as desired by using the
/
and M buttons. The replay gap time in between music to music or
in repeat A- B will replay and stop according the selected number of
time.
d. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the “music now playing” screen.
9. Using the Movie Menu
a. To Play a Movie
From the Main Menu, choose “Movie” by using the
/
and M
buttons, a “Movie Now Playing” screen appears.
In the “Movie Now Playing” screen, press the
key to start
playback.
Press the
button to pause and to go back to the “Movie Now
Playing” screen. Press it again, the video will continue.
b. To Play Previous or Next Video
Press the
button to play the next movie file.
Press the
button to play the previous movie file.
c. Use Fast-Forward or Fast-Backward (rewind)
Press and hold the
button to fast-forward.
Press and hold the
button to fast-backward (rewind)
d. Adjust the Volume Level
button to increase the volume
In movie playing mode, press the
level.
In movie playing mode, press the
button to decrease the volume
level.
10.
Using the Movie Submenu
You might need to select folders, delete movie files and set repeats
for movie play. You can make changes during playback in the “Movie Now
playing” screen. To do this:
In “Movie Now Playing” screen, press the M button to enter the movie
submenu.
a. Local Folder
In the movie submenu screen, choose “Local Folder”, a file list menu
appears. Then select folder and / or choose a desired movie file to
play by using the
/
and M buttons.
Once a movie file has been selected the display will return to the
“Movie now playing” screen. Then press the
button to start
playback.
b. Delete Files
In the movie submenu screen, choose “Delete file” a file list menu
appear, and then choose which movie file that you want to delete by
using the
/
buttons.
Once file is selected, press the M button and choose “Yes” to confirm
or “No” to cancel.
c. Delete All
In the Movie Submenu screen, choose “Delete all” then select “Yes /
No” by using the
/
buttons.
Once “YES” or “NO” appears on screen, press the M button to
confirm.
All movie files will be deleted once YES is selected and confirmed. A
“Deleting” screen appears when the deleting process is in progress.
Once this has been completed an “Empty disk!” message will be
shown on screen for a few seconds.
d. Repeat
In the movie submenu, select “Repeat” and then choose between
“Normal / Repeat one / Folder / Repeat folder / Repeat all /
Random / Intro” as desired by using the
/
and M buttons.
e. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the “Movie now playing” screen.
11. Convert Video files into AMV
This tool can be used to transform those video files into AMV files on
the computer before you upload them to you player.
To install this video converting tool to you computer, click “Utilities >
video conversion software” in the provided CD. (or stored in your
Player)
Select “Setup” to start the install program, the software will
automatically install itself into your computer.
After the installation is done, open the AMV Video converter on the
PC
Noted: This program is used to convert video files into AMV format.
Currently only AMV format is supported.
Run “AMV Video Converter”, click
to choose the folder where to
save the AMV files once they have been converted. Then click
to
select the folder where the original files are. The original file will show
in the file window (preview) once selected.
To change the conversion settings, press on the icon
when it is
highlighted into
. Another dialogue box opens up where you can
change the settings of the conversion.
Click
to start converting.
After conversion, the AMV files will play automatically for preview.
The converted AMV file is ready to transfer, you can simply copy and
place those converted AMV files into the media player.
Note: Only pixels in 160x120 can be supported.
12. Using the Record Menu
You can use the player as a Voice Recorder and recording voice
memos using the built-in microphone.
a. To Start Recording Voice Memo
From main menu, select the “Record” option by using the
/
and M buttons, a “Now Recording” screen appears.
“Now Recording” Screen
b. To Start / Pause Recording
Press the
button to start the recording and the recording will
commence
Press the
button to pause the recording and recording time will
stop and begin to flash on screen. Press it again and the recording
and time will resume
c. To Save and Stop Recording Files
Press and hold the M button, to save the recorded file into the
memory.
13.
Using the Record Submenu (in Stop Mode)
You might need to change the folder locations where you want to
store the record file and / or change record quality to better compression
values.
In the “Now Recording” screen in stop mode, press the M button, and
a Record Sub-menu appears.
a. Local folder
In the record submenu, select “Local folder” and then choose the
folder name which you want to save the record file by using the
/
and M buttons.
Once the folder name has been selected, press and hold the M button,
then the folder location is changed and the screen will go back to
“Now Recording” screen. Now you can see the folder name is changed
b.
c.
in the Record Folder icon in the “Now Recording” screen.
Record Type
In record submenu, choose “Record type”, then choose “32K BPS /
64K BPS / 128K BPS / 256K BPS” values as you desired by using
/
and M buttons.
Exit
Select Exit to go back to the “now recording” screen.
14. Use Voice Menu
Enter into this item to hear your recordings and manage the files.
From the main menu, select “Voice” menu by using the
/
and
M buttons, a “Voice Now Playing” screen will appear.
“Voice Now Playing” Screen
a. To Play and Pause Recorded Voice Memos
In the “Voice Now Playing” screen, press the
button to start to
play the recorded file.
Press the
button to pause the playing file.
b. To Play the Previous or Next File
Press the
button to play the next file.
Press the
button to play the previous file.
c. To Fast-Forward or Fast-Backward (rewind)
Press and hold the
button to fast-forward
Press and hold the
button to fast-backward (rewind)
d. Adjusting the volume level
e. Adjust the Volume Level
In playback mode, press the
button to increase the volume level.
In playback mode, press the
button to decrease the volume level.
15.
Use Voice Submenu in Stop Mode
You might need to change some settings as desired for playing Voice
files, you can make changes during playback mode at Voice Now Playing
screen
a. Local Folder
In the “Voice Now Playing” screen, press the
button to pause /
stop the current playing file. During playback mode if you press the M
button, the voice player submenu opens up.
In the Voice submenu screen, select “Local folder” and a list menu
appears. Then select a folder and / or choose a voice file by using the
/
and M buttons.
The screen will go back to the “music now playing” screen once a
music file has been selected. Then press the
button to start
playback.
b. Delete a File
In the voice submenu screen, select “Delete file” and a list menu
appears. Then choose which voice file you want to delete by using the
/
and M buttons.
Once a file is selected, press the M button and choose Yes to confirm
or No to cancel.
c. Delete All
In the voice sub-menu screen, select “Delete all” and then choose
/
buttons.
“Yes / No” by using the
Once “YES” or “NO” appear on screen, press the M button to confirm.
All music files will be deleted once YES is selected and confirmed, a
“Deleting” screen appears for a while which indicates that the
deleting process is in progress. Once it has been completed, the
screen will show a “Empty disk!” message will appear.
d. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the “music now playing” screen.
16.
Use Voice Sub-menu in Playing Mode
To change settings:
a. Repeat
In the voice playing mode, press the M button, and a Music
Sub-menu appears. Then select “Repeat” and then choose “Normal
/ Repeat one / Folder / Repeat folder / Repeat all / Random /
Intro” as desired by using the
/
and M buttons.
b. Replay Mode
Set Repeat A-B:
In the Voice Submenu, press the M button, and a list menu appears,
then choose the “Replay mode” option. Choose “Replay”, a letter
“A” will be flashing in the “Voice Now Playing” screen, and then press
the
button to select the starting point (“A”).
Then a letter “B” will be flashing once “A” is selected, use the
button again to select the ending point (“B”) which you want by using
the
button. The selected time of the track between A – B will now
be repeating.
However, the repeating time and the replay gap time depends on the
set values of the Replay Time and Replay Gap which are mentioned in
the below sections.
To create another A – B distance of track to repeat, press the
button again and follow the above steps. A new A – B replay gap will
be created and repeated.
To cancel the replay gap A – B function, press the M button. Or press
the
button to pause.
Set Replay Times:
In voice playing mode, press the M button, a Music Sub-menu
appears. Then select “Replay times” and choose between “1 / 2 / 3
/ 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10” as desired by using the
/
and M
buttons. The Player will replay those music files the selected amount
of times.
Replay Gap:
In voice playing mode, press the M button, a Music Sub-menu
appears. Then select “Replay Gap” and then choose between “1 / 2
/
/ 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 second(s)” as desired by using the
and M buttons. The replay gap time in between music to music or
in repeat A- B will replay and stop according the selected number of
time.
c. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the “music now playing” screen.
Note: Press and hold the M button will go back to Main Menu directly.
17. Use FM (Radio) Menu
This player uses the wire of any earphone set as an antenna for FM
radio. Plug in the earphone set into the earphone output jack in order to
be able to listen to FM radio.
From the main menu, select “FM” and by using the
/
and M
buttons, a “Radio Tune” screen appears.
“Radio Tune” Screen
a. Adjusting the Volume Level
While the music is being played, press the
button to increase the
volume level. Upon pressing, a volume control bar will appear on
screen.
While the music is being played, press the
button to decrease the
volume level. Upon pressing, a volume control bar will appear on
screen.
b. Manually search FM radio stations
/
buttons for searching down / up to receive the
Press the
next station. Each press will step down / up by 0.1MHz. Press the
/
buttons quickly until you have tuned to the desired radio
frequency. (To save the manually tuned station, please refer to item
18-a mentioned below)
18.
Use of the FM Radio Menu
In the radio tune screen, press the M button to call up the FM Radio
menu, a list screen showing “Save / Record / Delete / Delete All
/ Auto Search / Exit” appears. (for 8 – 10 seconds)
Press the
/
buttons to choose one of them and then press the
M button to enter.
a. Save (save the manually tuned station)
In the FM Radio menu, choose the “Save” option to store the tuned
radio station into player’s memory. The tuned radio station will be
stored in the last empty location in the channel list. The stored
channel number, example CH01, will show on right side at the bottom
of the Radio Tune screen.
Note: In default internal channel list there are total 20 preset stations,
CH01 – CH20, which can be used to store the searched radio stations.
b. Record
In the FM Radio menu, select “Record” to enter into the FM record
function when in radio mode, the screen will switch to the “Now
Recording” screen.
Press the
button to start the FM recording. Press the
button
again to pause the FM recording.
Press and hold the M button to stop the FM recording and the
recorded audio will save into memory. The “Saving” dialog box
appears for a few seconds. The file is saved and the screen will switch
back to the Radio Tuning automatically.
Note: The volume control function will be disabled during the FM
recording. The record settings and file playback methods are same as
record function please refer to above mentioned items for more detail.
c. Delete
In the FM radio menu, select “Delete” to delete the unwanted
stations. The current receiving frequency will be deleted immediately
once “Delete” has been chosen by using the M button. The channel
number will switch to the first station CH01 in the channel list.
button to find the next unwanted station to delete if you
Press the
want.
d. Delete All
In the FM radio menu, select “Delete All” to delete all the stations in
the channel list. All stored stations will be deleted immediately once
the “Delete All” has been chosen by using the M button. No radio
station and channel number will show in radio tune screen once this
has been done.
e. Auto Search
In the FM radio menu, select the “Auto Search” option to enter into
the auto search and auto preset mode. The radio will search stations
in the range of frequency “87MHz – 108MHz” depending on the
region “Normal ” band and which one has been set.
All found radio stations will be stored in the channel list on the
player’s memory. The radio searching will stop and show the first
received radio station.
f. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the radio tune screen.
19. Using the Photo Browser
You can use the player as a picture / photo viewer:
To browse pictures / photo files, in the main menu select “Photo” by
using the
/
and M buttons. A list menu appears with various
options.
Choose a file by using the
/
buttons, and then press the
button to play.
Press the
button to stop and to go back to the list menu to select
another file.
To change to the previous / next photo, press the
/
buttons
accordingly.
Press and hold the M button to go back to the main menu.
20.
Using the Photo Submenu
You might need to change some settings for the photo browser. To
change settings:
a. Local Folder
In the list menu, press the M button to open up the photo submenu.
In the photo submenu, select “Local folder” and a list menu appears.
/
and M
Then choose a folder and file to browse by using the
buttons.
Once a photo file is selected, press the
button to play it.
b. Playback Set
In the photo submenu, select “Playback set” and then choose
“Manual play”. However, you still need to use the
/
buttons to
browse the next / previous photos when viewing photos.
Choose “Auto play”, and a settings menu appears. Then choose
between “2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 seconds)” as you
desire by using the
/
and M buttons. The slide show function
is activated with intervals of how many ever seconds you selected
between each picture.
c. Delete a file
In the photo submenu, choose “Delete file” and a list menu appears.
Then choose which photo file you want to delete by using the
/
buttons.
Once a file is selected, press the M button and choose Yes to confirm
or No to cancel.
d. Delete All
In the photo submenu, select “Delete all” and then select “Yes / No”
by using the
/
buttons.
Once “YES” or “NO” appears on the screen, press the M button to
confirm.
All photo files will be deleted once YES is selected and confirmed, a
“Deleting” screen appears for a while which indicates that the
deleting process is in progress. Once it has been completed, the
screen will show a “Empty disk!” message will appear.
e. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the photo browser menu.
21. Using the eBook Menu
You can use the player as a text reader with supported file format
(.TXT).
a. To open an eBook
/
and M
From the main menu, Select “eBook” by using the
buttons. A list menu appears on screen with various options.
Choose a file which you want to read by using the
/
button,
and then press the
button to play.
Press the
button to change to the next page,
Press the
button to go back to the previous page,
To go back to the list menu screen, press the
button.
To go back to the main menu, press and hold the M button
22.
Use the eBook Submenu
You might need to change some settings for eBook reading. To
change settings:
a. Local Folder
In the eBook list menu screen, press the M button to open up the
eBook Submenu.
In the eBook Submenu, choose “Local folder” and a list menu
appears. Then choose the folder and file by using the
/
buttons.
Once a file has been selected, press the M button and then the
button to begin reading.
b. Playback Set
In the eBook Submenu, choose “Playback set” and then choose
“Manual play”. You need to use the
/
button to change to the
c.
d.
e.
next / previous page for reading when Manual Play is selected.
Choose “Auto play”, and a menu of settings appears. Then choose
between “1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 second(s)” as you
desired by using the
/
and M buttons. The Page Flip function
is activated and each page will flip over after the selected time.
Delete file
In the eBook Submenu, choose “Delete file” and a list menu appears.
Then choose which eBook file you want to delete by using the
/
buttons.
Once a file is selected, press the M button and choose Yes to confirm
or No to cancel.
Delete All
In eBook Submenu, choose “Delete all” then select “Yes / No” by
using the
/
button.
Once “YES” or “NO” appear press the M button to confirm.
All e-book files will be deleted once YES is selected and confirmed, a
“Deleting” screen appears for a while which indicates that the
deleting process is in progress. Once it has been completed, the
screen will show a “Empty disk!” message will appear.
Exit
Select Exit to go back to the eBook menu.
23.
Us eBook Submenu in Playing Mode
You might need to add, select and delete some bookmark when you
reading, to do this:
a. Bookmark Select
In eBook playing mode, choose “Bookmark select” by using
/
and M button.
Choose a stored bookmark which you want to open and then press
the M button to play.
b. Bookmark Delete
In the eBook playing mode, choose the “Bookmark delete” option
and a list menu appears. Then choose which saved bookmark you
want to delete by using the
/
buttons.
Once a bookmark is selected, press the M button to confirm. The
bookmark is deleted and the screen will go back to the current
reading content.
c. Bookmark Add
In the eBook playback mode, select the reading page you want to
bookmark. Press the M button to open up the Book submenu.
Choose “Bookmark Add” by using the
/
buttons and then
press the M button. The page is saved into the bookmarks and the
screen will go back to the current reading content automatically.
d. Exit
Select Exit to go back to the eBook menu.
24. Use of the Memory Card Slot
This player allows you to play those supported media files from your
memory card (T-Flash). Also it will increase the memory capacity of the
player if you use this option.
a. To Play From the Memory Card:
Turn Off the player. Now insert your Micro SD memory card into the
memory card slot on side of player.
Turn On the player and now the Micro SD memory card, T-Flash, is
ready to use.
The “Card folder” item will be appear when you enter into the music,
movie, photo, Record, Voice and eBook submenus.
Go into the card folder and choose your desired folder(s) and file(s) to
play.
To take out the Micro SD memory card, turn off the player and
carefully remove it.
25. To Reset Player
In some circumstances the device may freeze and need to be reset.
This player has been designed with an built-in mini tact switch which is
located at the bottom in the Mic hole.
To do a reset, Use a 0.8 mm stick or similar object (like tooth pick),
and carefully insert the stick into the hole. Use the dull side into the
Mic hole until you press the button.
The device has now been reset; all the settings are back to the
factory default settings. The device status LED will light up and will
go into play mode automatically.
Do not reset the device if it is working properly.
26. Trouble Shooting
Unit cannot turn ON
Characters in LCD are
corrupted
Transfer of music files fails.
27.
Specification
Dimensions
Weight
LCD
PC connection
Earphone
Impedance
Internal Memory
Battery
Audio
Music Format
Movie Format
Recorder Coding
Picture Format
eBook Format
Operating
Temperature
Operating System
* Check if the battery is charged.
* Check whether the right language has
been selected.
* Check whether the USB cable is
damaged and/or is connected properly.
* Check whether driver is installed
correctly.
* Check whether the player’s memory is
full.
53.5 mm (H) x 43 mm (W) x 18 mm (D)
28g
1.8 Inches, Resolution (RGB)128 x 160
USB 2.0 (high speed)
32 Ohm
See carton
Lithium 3.7V, 170mAh
Max. Play Time: > 8 - 10 Hours (MP3 music with
power saving mode)
Max. Output Power L = 275mV(rms) at 32
of Earphone
Ohm
R = 275mV(rms) at 32
Ohm
Frequency
20Hz to 20,000Hz
Responses
SNR
> 60dB
MP3 / WMA
32Kbps – 320kbps
AMV
WAV
32 / 64 / 128 / 256kbps
JPEG / BMP / GIF
TXT
0 to 40℃
Window 2000/XP/Vista/Win7, Mac 9.2 or above
28.
Disclaimer
Updates to Firmware and/or hardware components are made
regularly. Therefore some of the instructions, specifications and pictures
in this documentation may differ slightly from your particular situation.
All items described in this guide for illustration purposes only and may
not apply to particular situation. No legal right or entitlements may be
obtained from the description made in this manual
29.
Recycling
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of
this product, please note that: Waste electrical products
should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local
Authority or Retailer for recycling advice. (Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment Directive)
30.
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer Name: Satyatrade S. L.
Address: Pol. Ind. La Raya. C/ Guadalquivir, 2.
Camarma de Esteruelas, 28816 Madrid
Tel: 902 430 967
Fax: 91 8864285
NIF: B83254763
Manufacturing country: China
Sytech® SY-7494
Description: MP4 player
CE Standards: Directive 2004/108/EC
RoHS standard:2011/65/EC Restriction of Hazardous Substance
Signed: Ajeet Nebhwani Utamchandani
Sole Administrator
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