Mpman MPUB333 Instructions

Mpman MPUB333 Instructions
MPUB330
USB-Stick MP3 Player with LCD Display
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Please read this manual carefully before operation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................................................ 2
PACKAGE CONTENTS........................................................................... 3
FEATURES............................................................................................... 4
GETTING STARTED................................................................................. 5
Controls at a Glance.........................................................................................5
Connecting Headphones ................................................................................7
Connecting Power............................................................................................7
Loading a Battery..................................................................................7
USB Power.............................................................................................7
Using the Player Controls................................................................................8
Power On/Off.........................................................................................8
Hold Switch............................................................................................8
Reset Function.......................................................................................8
Navigating the Menu Interface..............................................................8
Main Menu........................................................................................................9
PLAY MUSIC........................................................................................ 10
Play Music Controls........................................................................................10
Repeat A-B Mode................................................................................11
SETTING............................................................................................... 12
FOLDER................................................................................................ 13
Folder Controls...............................................................................................13
USB CONNECTIONS........................................................................... 14
Minimum PC Requirements...........................................................................14
USB Driver Installation (Windows 98SE Only)..............................................14
Connecting to a Computer.............................................................................14
Transferring Files............................................................................................15
Disconnecting from a Computer....................................................................15
Microsoft Windows..............................................................................15
Macintosh OS......................................................................................16
MPMANAGER.......................................................................................17
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................... 18
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................. 20
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
Please make sure that the items listed below are included in the package.
Should an item be missing, please contact the local retailer from which you
purchased this product.
1. MPUB330
2. Stereo Earphones
3. 1 x “AAA” Battery
4. Instruction Booklet
5. Installation CD
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FEATURES
 Integrated Flash Memory
 High-Contrast LCD Display with Backlight
 Plays MP3 and WMA Digital Music Files
 ID3 and LRC support for song and synchronized lyric information display
 Mobile Data Storage Function
 USB 2.0 for Ultra-Fast File Transfers (up to 40x faster than USB 1.0)
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GETTING STARTED
Controls at a Glance
Top View
1. MENU button
2. Volume +
3. Volume 4. Previous/Reverse
5. Next/Forward
6. Play/Pause/Stop
Bottom View
7. HOLD Switch
8. USB Cap
9. Battery Compartment Cover
Front View
10. LCD Display
11. Neckstrap Hook
Right View
12. Headphone Out Jack
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GETTING STARTED
Play Mode Display
1. Current track / Total tracks
2. File Type
3. Song Title / File name
4. Equalizer Indicator
5. Bitrate
6. Play Mode Indicator
7. Volume Level
8. Battery Level Indicator
9. Elapsed Time
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GETTING STARTED
Connecting Headphones
Connect headphones/earphones to
the Headphone Out jack for private
listening.
 Lower the volume level before
connecting headphones, then
gradually increase the volume for
comfortable listening.
 Hearing experts advise against the constant use of personal stereos played
at high volume.
 Constant high-volume use can lead to hearing loss. If you experience
ringing in your ears or hearing loss, discontinue use immediately and
seek medical advice.
Connecting Power
The Player operates on 1 x “AAA” battery for music playback.
Loading a Battery
1. Remove the USB Cap.
2. Remove the Battery Cover.
3. Insert 1 x “AAA” battery, taking
care to match the “+” and “–”
polarities of the battery with the
markings inside the battery compartment.
4. Replace the Battery Cover.
USB Power
When the Player is connected to a computer’s powered USB port, it will draw
power over the USB connection.
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GETTING STARTED
Using the Player Controls
Power On/Off
 To turn your player on, press
. The LCD will light.
 To turn your player off, hold
darken.
for at least 3 seconds. The LCD will
Hold Switch
The Hold feature locks (disables) your player’s controls to prevent accidental
key presses when it is in your pocket or bag.
 To lock the player’s controls, slide the HOLD switch to the right in the
direction of the arrow. A Lock icon will be displayed on the screen.
HO L D
 To unlock the player’s controls, slide the HOLD switch to the left.
Reset Function
You may reset your player if it should freeze or otherwise behave abnormally.
1. Disconnect your player if it is connected to a computer.
2. Remove the battery from the player. Wait 10 seconds, and then replace
the battery.
3. Power on your player. Your player has now been reset.
Navigating the Menu Interface
It is easy to use the Player controls to select menu options, items, and files
on your player.
 To move the selection cursor (highlight), press the arrow keys. To move
quickly in any direction, press and hold the arrow keys.
—— To highlight the previous item to the left (or up), press
.
—— To highlight the next item to the right (or down), press
.
 To confirm and enter the current selection, press
 To return to the previous screen, press
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GETTING STARTED
Main Menu
The Main Menu gives you access to the different function modes of your
player.
 To enter the Main Menu, press and hold
press and hold
.
. To exit the Main Menu,
 To select a function mode in the Main Menu, press
the mode, and then press
to confirm.
or
to highlight
Play Music
Play your digital MP3 or WMA music files.
Setting
Set your player’s internal options.
Folder
Play, view, or delete files from your player.
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PLAY MUSIC
Enter PLAY MUSIC mode from the Main Menu to
play digital MP3 or WMA music files.
PLAY MUSIC mode will play all compatible audio files on your
player, regardless of directory.
Play Music Controls
Use the following controls during music playback.
Key
Function
Press
Start/Resume track playback.
During playback, press
to pause playback.
Press
Play the next track.
Hold
Fast-forward through the current track.
Press
Play the previous track.
Hold
Reverse through the current track.
Press
Decrease the volume level.
Press
Increase the volume level.
Press
Start Repeat A-B Mode.
Hold
Return to Main Menu.
For more information about how to get music onto your player,
please refer to the section “Getting Started > Connecting to a
Computer > Transferring Music to Your Player”.
For more information about digital MP3 and WMA music files,
please refer to the section “About MP3/WMA Music Files”.
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PLAY MUSIC
Repeat A-B Mode
Set a segment of a music track to repeat in a continuous loop. During playback:
 To set the starting point “A” of the loop, press
 To set the end point “B” of the loop, press
play from point “A” to point “B”.
 To resume normal playback, press
.
again. The loop will now
again.
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SETTING
Enter SETTING mode from the Main Menu to
change your player’s internal option settings.
The Setting Menu contains 9 options.
 To select an option, press
or
 To exit the Setting Menu, press
. To confirm and enter, press
.
Item
Description
Equalizer
Set a digital equalizer preset. The options are Normal,
Pop, Rock, Classical, Jazz, and Bass.
Repeat Mode
Set a Repeat Mode option. The options are Normal,
Repeat One, Repeat All, Shuffle Repeat, Dir Normal,
Dir All Repeat, Dir Shuffle Repeat.
Contrast
Set the contrast level of the display.
Backlight
Set the backlight option to change the duration of time
(in seconds) that the backlight will remain on after a
key press. A setting of “Always Off” will disable the
backlight completely. A setting of “Always On” will
keep the backlight on continuously.
Backlight Color
Set the color of the backlight. A setting of “Color 8”
will change the backlight color with each key press.
Power Set
Set the Power Set option to change the duration of
time (in minutes) that the player will remain on when
it is idle. A setting of “Disable” will turn this power
saving feature off.
Langauge
Set the Language that the menus appear in.
Version
View your player’s firmware information.
Info
View your player’s memory information.
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FOLDER
Enter FOLDER mode to view, play, or delete files on
your player.
You can also connect your player to a computer to
easily manage your file library.
Folder Controls
A directory tree will be displayed on-screen upon entering FOLDER mode
from the Main Menu.
Use the following controls in FOLDER mode.
Key
Function
Press
Select the next file or folder (down).
Press
Select the previous file or folder (up).
If a folder is selected, the folder’s contents will
be displayed.
If a file is selected, an option box will be displayed:
Press
 Select “Play Now” to play the selected file.
 Select “Delete?” to delete the selected file,
and then select “Yes” to confirm the deletion.
If the
icon is selected, the previous folder’s
contents will be displayed.
Press
Return to Main Menu.
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USB CONNECTIONS
Minimum PC Requirements
You can connect the Player to a computer with a USB port to transfer files
to your player or to manage the files on your player. The minimum requirements listed below will allow you to perform basic file management functions;
advanced features will require a faster PC and Windows configuration.
 MS Windows 98SE (Service Pack 1) or ME [USB-MSC];
MS Windows 2000 (Service Pack 3 or above) with Windows Media
Player 9 [USB-MSC];
MS Windows XP (Service Pack 1 or above) with Windows Media Player
10 or newer [USB-MTP]
 Pentium 166 MMX processor (or equivalent)
 96MB RAM
 50MB of available hard drive space
 Internet connection
 Video Display card
 Sound card
 USB 1.0 port (a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed port will enable file transfers up to 40
times faster).
New versions of Windows Media Player may be downloaded from the
Microsoft website at www.microsoft.com.
Connecting to a Computer
1. Make sure the player is turned off.
2. Remove the USB Cap and plug the player directly into your computer’s
USB port.
—— Your player will be detected as a “Removable Disk” when you
open “My Computer”.
—— You may choose to use a USB extension cable to connect to
a computer.
Transferring Files
The USB 2.0 High-Speed connection makes it easy to transfer music files (or
any other data files) quickly between the player and your computer. Simply
use the player as you would a floppy disk using basic operating system commands.
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USB CONNECTIONS
If you need further assistance
with transferring files, please
refer to your operating system’s
instruction manual or on-screen
help.
1. Connect the player to a
computer.
2. Double-click the “My Com-
puter” icon on your desktop and then double-click the player icon (Removable Disk).
3. Drag the files to transfers and dray-and-drop then onto the “Removable
Disk” icon that represents your player.
—— You may also transfer files from your player to a computer.
Don’t disconnect the player or otherwise interrupt the file transfer process. Doing so may corrupt your files and/or the player’s
firmware.
Please refer to the documentation that came with your computer or opening system for more information and support regarding music transfer and file management over a USB connection.
Disconnecting from a Computer
Disconnect your player as instructed below to prevent data loss or file/firmware corruption.
Microsoft WIndows
Disconnect your player as instructed below to prevent data loss or file/firmware corruption.
1. Double-click the green arrow in the
taskbar located on the lower-right side
of the computer screen (Safely Remove
Hardware).
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USB CONNECTIONS
2. Safely Remove Hardware:
Select “USB Mass Storage
Device” from the list that
appears and then click on
“Stop”.
Stop a Hardware Device:
Select “USB Mass Storage
Device” from the list that appears and then click on “OK”.
Select “USB Mass Storage
Device” from the list that appears and then click on “OK”.
3. When the “Safe to Remove
Hardware” window appears,
click the OK button and disconnect the USB cable from
the player and your computer.
Macintosh OS
1. On the left side of the Finder window,
identify the appropriate Removable Disk
icon.
2. Click on the “Eject” arrow on the right of
the Removable Disk icon.
3. Disconnect the USB cable from the computer and your player.
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MPMANAGER
For 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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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have a problem with this device, please read the troubleshooting guide
below.
The player does not turn on.
 Ensure that the battery retains a charge. Try replacing the battery with a
new one.
 Try resetting your player (remove and replace the battery).
 Ensure that the Hold switch is disengaged.
The buttons do not work.
 Ensure that the battery retains a charge. Try replacing the battery with a
new one.
 Ensure that the Hold switch is disengaged.
I cannot transfer files to the player.
 Ensure that your computer is running a supported operating system.
 If you are running Microsoft Windows 98 SE, ensure that the USB driver
has been properly installed.
 If using the supplied USB extension cable, ensure that it is securely attached to the player and the PC, or try using another USB cable.
 If you have connected the player through a USB hub, try connecting the
player directly to your computer.
 Ensure that the player’s memory capacity is not full.
 Ensure that the Hold switch is disengaged.
There is no sound during playback.
 Check the volume level.
 Ensure that the headphones are attached securely to the player.
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.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
 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.
 Ensure that the headphones are attached securely to the player.
The player will not play my music file.
 Ensure that the file is in a compatible format.
 The file may be copy-protected and you no longer have authorization to
play this file. If you feel this is in error, please contact the service from
which you downloaded the file.
The LCD characters are corrupted or something is wrong with the
display.
 Ensure that the correct menu language has been set.
 Try resetting your player (remove and replace the battery).
The player has malfunctioned.
 Try resetting your player (remove and replace the battery).
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SPECIFICATIONS
Display Type
128 x 32 Dot-Matrix LCD with Backlight
Memory
Integrated Flash Memory
Audio Format Support
MP3, WMA
DRM Support
--
Song Info Support
ID3, LRC
PC Interface
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Plug and Play Support
Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP or newer
Mac OS X
Audio Output
3.5mm Stereo (Headphone)
Menu Language Support
English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian,
Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese (Trad),
Chinese (Simp)
Power Supply
1 x “AAA” Battery
Unit Dimensions
3.58” x 1.10” x 0.82” (WHD)
Specifications and manual are subject to change without prior notice.
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NOTES
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