Mpman MP70 HD Manual

Mpman MP70 HD Manual
For Model No.
MP70HD
Portable HD Video Player
Instruction Manual
Please read carefully before use
ÂÂ Table of Contents
English
Thank You...................................................................................................................................... 3
Getting to Know Your Player.................................................................................................. 5
Getting Started.......................................................................................................................... 11
Playing Media Files................................................................................................................... 14
Listening to FM Radio.............................................................................................................. 23
Connecting to a Computer................................................................................................... 24
Connecting to a TV................................................................................................................... 2
Specifications............................................................................................................................28
MPMANAGER................................................................................................................................ 29
Troubleshooting & Support....................................................................................................30
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Table Of Contents
Congratulations on your purchase of the Video & MP3 player. This guide is provided to help you get started
quickly with your player; please read it carefully and save it for future reference.
Package Contents
Please make sure that the items shown below are included in the package. Should an item be missing,
please contact the local retailer from which you purchased this product.
 Portable HD Video Player
 Remote control
 AV cable
 USB cable
 Carrying pouch
 Professional stereo earphones
 Power adapter
This package may contain plastic bags or other materials that pose a hazard to children. Be sure to
safely dispose of all packing materials after opening.
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Thank You
English
ÂÂ Thank You
Features
 Experience video, music, photos, and text on a
high-resolution LCD screen
English
** Standard video: AVI/MPEG-4 (1080i) at the
default volume.
Standard audio: MP3 (128 kbps, 44.1 kHz at the
default volume.
 Advanced processor supports a wide range of
popular media formats
 Connect and enjoy 1080p HD video at home on
your TV*
 Expandable memory with optional microSD
card
 Rechargeable lithium-polymer battery provides
3 hours of video playback **
 FM radio and calendar app included
 Integrated stereo speakers and 3.5 mm headphone jack
 USB 2.0 Hi-speed for fast file transfers
*
1080p output requires an HDMI cable and a
1080p-capable display.
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Thank You
Name
1 Power/Play
button
Icon Action
Description
[POWER] Press & Turn the player on or off.
hold
[PLAY] Press Start, pause, or resume media
playback.
2 Escape button [ESC]
Press Return to the previous screen.
Press & Return to the Home screen.
hold
3 Previous/Re- [PREV] Press Skip to the previous track.
Browse up a menu list.
verse button
Press & Scan in reverse quickly through the
current track.
hold
4 Next/Forward [NEXT] Press Skip to the next track.
Browse down a menu list.
button
Press & Scan forward quickly through the
current track.
hold
5 Menu/OK
[MENU] Press Display an option menu, if available.
Select an item from a menu list.
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3
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Getting To Know Your Player
English
ÂÂ Getting to Know Your Player
English
6
Name
Volume Up
button
7
Volume Down
button
8
Video Output
connector
9
Headphone
Output connector
10 microSD card
slot
11 HDMI output
connector
12 USB connector
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Icon Action
Description
[VOL +] Press Increase the volume level.
Press & Quickly increase the volume level.
hold
[VOL –] Press Decrease the volume level.
Press & Quickly decrease the volume level.
hold
Connect to a TV or other display. This connection carries video
only; a separate connection is necessary for audio.
An included 3.5mm video output cable is required to make this
connection.
Connect a pair of headphones or earphones for private listening. The speaker output will be disabled automatically when
this connection is made.
Load a microSD memory card.
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Connect to a TV or other display. This connection carries video
and audio.
Connect to a computer to transfer files or to charge the player.
Getting To Know Your Player
15 Stereo speakers
Description
High-resolution display.
To use the remote control, point it
at the sensor.
The stereo speaker output is
automatically disabled when a pair
of headphones or earphones is connected to the player.
English
Name
13 LCD screen
14 Remote sensor
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Getting To Know Your Player
Remote Control at a Glance
English
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
[HDMI
OUT]
[PLAY]
[VOL +]
[VOL –]
[MENU]
[UP]
[LEFT]
8
[RIGHT]
9
[DOWN]
1
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Action
Description
Press Turn HDMI output on or off.
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Start, pause, or resume media playback.
Increase the volume level.
Decrease the volume level.
Display an option menu, if available.
Browse menu items.
Next: Skip to the previous track.
Escape: Return to the previous screen
when browsing a menu.
Press & Reverse: Scan in reverse quickly through
the current track.
hold
Press Next: Skip to the next track.
OK: Select an item from an option menu.
Press & Forward: Scan forward quickly through
the current track.
hold
Press Browse menu items.
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Getting To Know Your Player
Installing a Battery in the Remote Control
Point the remote at the remote sensor of the photo
frame at a distance of no more than 10ft and at an
angle no greater than 45 degrees.
The remote control requires one “CR2025” battery.
To load a battery in the remote:
Do not spill water on the remote control.
1. Slide the compartment out in the direction of
the arrow.
Do not use the remote control for other
equipment at the same time.
2. Place the battery in the compartment with the
positive side (+) facing up.
3. Push the compartment in to close.
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Getting To Know Your Player
English
Using the Remote Control
Inserting a Memory Card
This unit accepts microSD or microSDHC memory cards.
Insert a memory card into the microSD card slot to:
English
 Increase the memory capacity of your player
 Play media files stored on the memory card
(e.g., music, video, or photo files).
To insert a memory card:
1. Align the memory card with the card slot. The
metal contacts of the memory card should face
up towards the LCD screen.
To release and remove a memory card:
1. Push the card further into the slot until you hear
a click. The card will spring out of the slot.
2. Grasp the card by its edge to remove it.
To avoid damage and data corruption, do
not remove a memory card while data is being being written to or read from the card.
For example, do not remove a card while
playing a music file stored on the card.
2. Slide the card into the spring-loaded slot. Push
the card in until it clicks into place.
Do not attempt to insert objects other than a
microSD or microSDHC memory card into
the card slot. A compatible memory card
should fit easily into the card slot; if you encounter resistance, check the alignment of
the card. Do not attempt to force the card in.
Avoid touching the gold contacts of the
memory card.
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Getting To Know Your Player
Charging the Player
The computer must be powered on and not
in sleep mode in order to charge the battery.
The player comes with a built-in rechargeable
lithium-polymer battery.
The player will not charge if it is connected to
a low-power USB port. Low-power ports may
be found on a peripheral device that is connected to the computer (e.g., a keyboard).
Charge the battery fully before using it for the first
time. If the player has not been used in a while, the
battery may need to be recharged overnight (about
8 hours).
If the player is connected to the computer
through a USB hub, the hub must be selfpowered to charge the battery.
To charge the battery:
1. Plug the small end of the included USB cable
into the player’s USB connector.
2. Plug the large end of the USB cable into a computer’s USB 2.0 Hi-speed port. The LCD screen will
turn on and display the message USB connecting.
TIP
You can press and hold [ESCAPE] after the
player is connected to cancel the data connection and switch to USB power mode. This
will allow you to use the player normally
while drawing power from the computer.
a. The computer must be turned on, and;
b. The USB port must be a high-power port.
High-power ports can usually be found on
the main computer unit.
3. Disconnect the player when it is fully charged.
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Getting Started
English
ÂÂ Getting Started
English
The battery used in this device may present
a fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not
disassemble, incinerate, or heat the battery.
Do not leave the battery in a place subject to
direct sunlight, or in a car with its windows
closed. Do not connect the player to a power source other than that which is indicated
here or on the label as this may result in the
risk of fire or electric shock.
Home Screen at a Glance
When you turn the player on, you will see the Home
screen.
Remaining
10
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Explorer
2
3
8
7
6 5
Movies
4
Music
Photo
eBook
Jun/2011
Turning the Player On/Off
FM
Calendar
Saturday
To turn the player on, press and hold the <POWER>
button until the screen turns on.
To turn the player off, press and hold the <POWER>
button until the screen turns off.
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Settings
1
2
3
4
If the player stops responding or otherwise
behaves abnormally, press and hold [POWER] for several seconds to turn it off. Wait a
few seconds, then turn the player on again.
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Getting Started
2. Date
3. Power indicator
4. Function modes
The time can be adjusted in Calendar
mode.
The date can be adjusted in Calendar
mode.
Shows the battery level, or the charge
status if the player is connected to a
power source.
Press [PREV] or[NEXT] to browse the
function mode list.
Press [MENU] to launch the selected
function mode.
Find and play all files on the player.
Find and play movie files on the
player.
Find and play music files on the
player.
Find and display photo files on the
player.
Find and display text files on the
player.
Listen to FM radio.
About the Function Modes
Select a function mode from the Home screen to
launch it.
 Press [PREV] or[NEXT] to browse the function
mode list.
 Press [MENU] to launch the selected function
mode
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Display a calendar.
Adjust the player’s options.
This guide will briefly describe the Movie,
Music, Photo, and FM modes.
For a description of all of the player’s function modes, please refer to the instruction
manual.
Getting Started
English
1. Clock
ÂÂ Playing Media Files
English
Your player supports playback of movie, music,
photo and text files stored on the player’s internal
memory or on a microSD card.
Browsing video
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10:15
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Local disk
SD card
To learn how to transfer files onto your player, please refer to the section Connecting to
a Computer.
Movie Mode
Select “Movie” from the Home screen to find and
play movie files.
The player will launch a file browser. Only movie
files will be displayed.
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 Select “Local Disk” to browse files stored on the
player’s internal memory.
 If a memory card has been installed, select “SD
card” to browse files stored on the card.
Playing Media Files
To browse files:
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will be given a choice to “Play from breakpoint”. Select YES to play the movie from
where you stopped last.)
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test.rmvb
winnower.rmvb
abc.avi
abc(2).avi
 Press [ESC] to return to the previous screen.
When your movie file has started playing:
Movie
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 Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to browse through the
list.
 Press [MENU] to select an item.
00:01:13
winnower.rmvb
00:04:11
—— Select a folder to view its contents.
—— (If the selected folder does not contain any
movie files or folders, you will not be able to
open it.)
—— Select a movie file to play the file.
(If you have played the movie before, you
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 Press [NEXT] to skip to the next file; press [PREV]
to skip to the previous file.
 Press and hold [PREV] or [NEXT] to quickly scan
through the file. Some files may not allow scanning.
Playing Media Files
English
Browsing video
 Press [PLAY] to pause playback; press [PLAY]
again to resume playback.
English
 Press [ESC] to stop playback and return to the
file browser.
 Press [MENU] to access the movie options
menu.
Option
Description
Adjust the screen brightness.
Change the video display format.
Change the repeat mode.
—— Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to browse the options list; press [MENU] to select an option.
Adjust the stereo balance.
—— Press [ESC] to exit the menu and return to
your video.
Adjust the subtitle font size. The file
must support subtitle tracks.
Option
Description
Stop playback and return to the file
browser.
Change the subtitle font color. The file
must support subtitle tracks.
Adjust the video sharpness.
Change the audio track. The file must
support alternate audio tracks.
View detailed file information.
Change the subtitle track. The file must
support subtitle tracks.
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Playing Media Files
Select “Music” from the Home screen to find and
play music files.
The player will launch a file browser. Only music
files will be displayed.
Browsing music
medialib
Last Played
Local disk
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 Select “medialib” to find music stored on the
player’s internal memory by category (e.g.,
Artist, Album, Genre, Star, Year, or All music).
Browsing music
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All music
Album
Genre
Star
Year
Artist
SD card
—— Your music files must be encoded with
category information (sometimes known as
ID3 or metadata).
—— Music files stored on a memory card will not
be found.
 Select “Playing” to go to the music player
screen. (This option is only available if a song is
currently playing).
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Playing Media Files
English
Music Mode
 Select “Last Played” to play the last song that
was played. (This option is only available if you
have previously played a song.)
English
 Select “Local Disk” to browse music files stored
on the player’s internal memory.
 Press [MENU] to select an item.
—— Select a folder to view its contents.
(If the selected folder does not contain any
music files or folders, you will not be able to
open it.)
—— Select a music file to play the file.
 If a memory card has been installed, select “SD
card” to browse music files stored on the card.
 Press [ESC] to return to the previous screen.
To browse files:
When your music file has started playing:
Browsing music
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Music
test.mp3
T11_1KHZ_Sine_wave.mp3
T12_1KHZ_Sine_wave.mp3
T13_1KHZ_Sine_wave.mp3
T14_1KHZ_Sine_wave.mp3
August Day Song.mp3
Bebel Gene
00:04:56
 Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to browse through the
list.
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00:05:56
 Press [NEXT] to skip to the next file; press [PREV]
to skip to the previous file.
Playing Media Files
 Press [PLAY] to pause playback; press [PLAY]
again to resume playback.
 Press [ESC] to return to the file browser. (Music
will continue to play.)
 Press [MENU] to access the music options menu.
—— Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to browse the options list; press [MENU] to select an option.
Option
Description
Change the visualizer mode. (Lyric
mode requires a file that supports
lyrics. If a lyric track is not found, the
player will default to spectrum mode.)
Adjust the screen brightness.
Rate the current track (from 1 to 5
stars).
Adjust the lyric font appearance.
—— Press [ESC] to exit the menu and return to
the music player screen.
Option
Description
Stop playback and return to the file
browser.
Change the repeat mode.
Change the equalizer preset.
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Playing Media Files
English
 Press and hold [PREV] or [NEXT] to quickly scan
through the file.
To browse files:
Photo Mode
Select “Photo” from the Home screen to find and
display photo files.
English
The player will launch a file browser. Only photo
files will be displayed.
Browsing photo
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flower1.jpg
flower2.jpg
flower3.jpg
flower3.jpg
flower3.jpg
Browsing photo
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10:15
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sport.gif
Local disk
SD card
 Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to browse through the
list.
 Press [MENU] to select an item.
 Select “Local Disk” to browse photo files stored
on the player’s internal memory.
 If a memory card has been installed, select “SD
card” to browse photo files stored on the card.
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—— Select a folder to view its contents.
(If the selected folder does not contain any
photo files or folders, you will not be able to
open it.)
—— Select a photo file to display the file.
 Press [ESC] to return to the previous screen.
Playing Media Files
 Press [PLAY] to turn start or stop slideshow
mode. (Controls are limited to [PLAY] and [ESC]
while a slideshow is playing.)
 Press [ESC] to return to the file browser.
 Press [MENU] to access the photo options menu.
Option
Description
View detailed file information.
View photo thumbnails.
Select a music file to play while viewing
your photos.
Change the slideshow transition effect.
—— Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to browse the options list; press [MENU] to select an option.
Change the slideshow timer.
—— Press [ESC] to exit the menu and return to
the music player screen.
Change the repeat mode.
Option
Description
Stop playback and return to the file
browser.
Adjust the screen brightness.
Use the current photo as the player’s
background wallpaper.
Start slideshow mode.
View transform options (zoom, rotate).
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Playing Media Files
English
When your photo file is displayed:
 Press [NEXT] to skip to the next file; press [PREV]
to skip to the previous file.
ÂÂ Listening to FM Radio
English
Select “FM” from the Home screen to listen to FM
radio broadcasts.
FM
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To get started listening to the radio quickly:
1. Select “FM” from the Home screen. The FM
radio will launch.
2. Press [Menu] to access the FM options menu.
87.0MHz
108.0MHz
3. Press [Next] once, and then press [Menu] to
select “Channel” mode. Wait a few seconds as
the player searches for available stations and
saves them automatically as preset stations.
4. Press [ESC] to exit the FM options menu.
Stereo
Channel mode
87.5MHz
In order to receive FM stations, a pair of
headphones or earphones must be connected to the player’s headphone jack.
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5. Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to tune to a preset station.
The player will always search for and save
stations automatically before entering
“Channel” mode.
Listening To Fm Radio
For precise tuning, change the tuning method to
“Manual” mode.
English
1. Press [Menu] to access the FM options menu.
2. Press [MENU] to select “Manual” mode.
3. Press [ESC] to exit the FM options menu.
4. Press [PREV] or [NEXT] to tune to a station.
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Listening To Fm Radio
ÂÂ Connecting to a Computer
English
Connect the player to a computer to transfer files to
the player.
The player’s battery will be charged when it is
connected to a computer.
The computer must be powered on and not
in sleep mode in order to charge the battery.
The player will not charge if it is connected
to a low-power USB port.
If the player is connected to the computer
through a USB hub, the hub must be selfpowered to charge the battery.
—— When the player is connected and charging,
the notice “USB connecting” will be displayed its screen.
—— The computer will automatically detect the
player. It may take a few minutes for the
computer to configure the drivers for the
player.
3. The player’s internal storage will be recognized
by the computer as a Removable Storage drive.
Use the computer’s basic operating system
commands to transfer files between your player
and the computer, or to manage files directly on
the player.
Using the included USB cable:
1. Connect the smaller end of the cable to the
USB connector located on the right side of the
player.
2. Connect the larger end of the cable to a USB 2.0
Hi-speed port on a computer.
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Connecting To A Computer
English
If your computer is running the Windows
operating system, it might display an “Autoplay” screen when connected. Click “Open
device to view files using Windows Explorer”
to start managing files on your player.
You can press and hold [ESC] after the player
is connected to cancel the data connection
and switch to USB power mode. This will allow you to use the player while drawing power from the computer.
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Connecting To A Computer
ÂÂ Connecting to a TV
English
Connect the player to a TV to enjoy your player in
the comfort of your living room. Use an HDMI cable
to connect the player to a TV.
For component and composite video connections, additional cables are required.
2. Select Output to show the Output settings.
—— Check HDMI_1080P if your TV is capable of
displaying 1080p video.
—— Check HDMI_720P if your TV is capable of
displaying 720p or 1080i video.
Before connecting your player to the TV, you will
have to adjust a few display settings on the player.
To connect the player to the TV:
1. Plug the small end of the HDMI cable into the
mini HDMI connector of the player.
 Make sure that the player is set to output over
HDMI.
2. Plug the large end of the HDMI cable into the
HDMI port on the TV.
 For optimal visual performance, make sure
that the video output resolution of the player
matches the capabilities of the TV.
3. Turn on the TV, and set its display mode to the
HDMI port that the player is connected to.
To adjust the display settings:
1. From the Home screen, select Settings to show
the settings menu.
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The player’s display will be output to the TV screen.
If you need help setting the display mode of
the TV, please refer to the documentation
provided by the TV manufacturer.
Connecting To A Tv
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English
When you are done, simply disconnect the HDMI
cable and output will return to the player’s LCD
screen. Alternately, you may set the Output option
to LCD in the settings menu.
Connecting To A Tv
ÂÂ Specifications
Design, specifications, and manual are subject to change without notice.
English
Memory
Internal flash memory
microSD card slot (max.
16GB supported)
Display
7.0” TFT LCD (800 x 480)
Play Modes
Video
Music
Photo
Text
Video Output
Mini HDMI, type C (1080p
max)
3.5mm video
Audio Output
3.5 mm headphone
Stereo speakers
Tuner
FM radio
PC Interface
USB 2.0 Hi-speed
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File System
Support
FAT32
NTFS
OS Support
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows XP
Macintosh OS X
Power
Rechargeable Li-poly battery
Specifications
For Video and music synchronisation and conversion, please use MPMANAGER software supplied in the
CD ROM.
This software can be used also for UPDATE of your player
MPMANAGER manual is included in your CDROM.
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Mpmanager
English
ÂÂ Mpmanager
ÂÂ Troubleshooting & Support
If you have a problem with this device, please check the troubleshooting instructions below.
English
The player does not turn on.
 Ensure that the player is fully charged. Try charging the player overnight (8 hours).
 Reset the player. Press and hold [POWER] for several seconds to turn it off. Wait a few seconds, then
turn the player on again.
The buttons do not work.
 Reset the player. Press and hold [POWER] for several seconds to turn it off. Wait a few seconds, then
turn the player on again.
I cannot transfer files to the player.
 Ensure that your computer is running a supported operating system.
 If using a USB extension cable, ensure that it is securely attached to the player and the PC, or try using
another USB cable.
 Ensure that the player’s memory capacity is not full.
There is no sound during playback.
 Check the volume level.
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Troubleshooting & Support
The sound quality of the music is poor.
 Try playing the file on your computer. If the
sound quality is still poor, try downloading the
file again or re-encoding the file yourself.
 Ensure that the bit rate of the file is not too low.
The higher the bit rate of the file, the better it
will sound. The minimum recommended bitrate
is 128kbps for MP3s and 96kbps for WMAs.
 Try lowering the volume of the player.
The LCD characters are corrupted or
something is wrong with the display.
 Ensure that the correct menu language has
been set.
 Reset the player. Press and hold [POWER] for
several seconds to turn it off. Wait a few seconds, then turn the player on again.
The player has malfunctioned.
 Reset the player. Press and hold [POWER] for
several seconds to turn it off. Wait a few seconds, then turn the player on again.
 Ensure that the headphones are attached
securely to the player.
The player will not play my music file.
 Ensure that the file is in a compatible format.
 The file may be copy-protected and you no
longer have authorization to play this file. If you
feel this is in error, please contact the service
from which you downloaded the file.
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Troubleshooting & Support
English
 Ensure that the headphones are attached
securely to the player.
For more information please check our website
www.mpmaneurope.com
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