MPMan TK185, TK195 Operating instrustions

MPMan TK185, TK195 Operating instrustions
TK185
Super-Slim MP3 and Video Player
with Touchpad Control
Instruction Manual
Please read this manual carefully before operation
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS........................................................................................8
PACKAGE CONTENTS..................................................................................... 10
FEATURES......................................................................................................... 11
POWERING YOUR PLAYER............................................................................. 12
Charging the Battery..................................................................................12
Turning Your Player On/Off........................................................................13
Locking/Unlocking Your Player’s Keys (Hold)............................................13
Resetting Your Player................................................................................13
LOCATION OF CONTROLS . .......................................................................... 14
DISPLAY OVERVIEW........................................................................................ 15
BASIC OPERATIONS........................................................................................ 16
Using the Touchpad Controls....................................................................16
Using the Controls to Navigate..................................................................16
Music Playback Controls...........................................................................17
Smart Menu Options..................................................................................17
PHOTO MODE................................................................................................. 19
Photo Controls...........................................................................................19
VIDEO MODE..................................................................................................20
Video Controls ........................................................................................ 20
FM RADIO MODE........................................................................................... 21
Normal (Manual Tuning).............................................................................21
Preset (Preset Tuning)...............................................................................21
Auto-Save Preset Stations.........................................................................21
Smart Menu Option (Preset Actions)........................................................ 22
Add Preset (Manual)........................................................................... 22
Del Preset........................................................................................... 22
E-BOOK MODE...............................................................................................23
DELETE MODE.................................................................................................24
Smart Menu Options................................................................................. 24
Delete Controls................................................................................... 24
SETTING MODE...............................................................................................25
USB CONNECTIONS.......................................................................................28
Connecting to a Computer........................................................................ 29
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Transferring Files...................................................................................... 29
Microsoft Windows............................................................................. 30
Macintosh OS X................................................................................. 30
Disconnecting from a Computer................................................................31
Microsoft Windows..............................................................................31
Macintosh OS X..................................................................................31
VIDEO CONVERSION.....................................................................................32
TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................................................36
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................39
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
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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.
1.
TK185
2. USB Cable
3. Instruction Manual
4. Professional Stereo Earphones
5. Installation CD
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FEATURES
•
Integrated Flash Memory
•
Touchpad control with LED backlight
•
1.8” TFT LCD Full-color display
•
Plays Music, Video, Photos and Text
•
ID3 and LRC Support for song and synchronized lyric information display
•
Integrated FM Radio
•
USB 2.0 high-speed transfers
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POWERING YOUR PLAYER
Charging the Battery
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Your player has an integrated rechargeable battery. Typical music playtime is up
to 8 hours (when playing an MP3 encoded at 128 kbps and the battery is fully
charged)
Upon initial use, the battery must first be charged fully (12 hours)
to ensure optimal performance and battery life.
To charge your player:
•
USB Charge: Your player can be
charged through a PC USB connection.
Plug one end of the USB cable
into the player’s USB port and
plug the other end into the USB
port of a powered-on computer.
USB Port
USB Port
Computer
•
When connected to a USB hub, the hub must be self-powered to
charge the player’s battery.
•
File transfers will extend the charging time.
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 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.
Do not handle the power plug with wet hands. Doing so may
cause electric shock.
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POWERING YOUR PLAYER
Turning Your Player On/Off
•
To turn the player on, press and hold the POWER button until you see the “MPMAN” screen.
•
To turn the player off, press and hold the POWER button until you see “Good Bye!”.
Locking/Unlocking Your Player’s Keys (Hold)
When engaged, the Key Lock feature disables your player’s
controls to prevent accidental key presses when it is in your
pocket or bag.
TOP VIEW
POWER Button
TOP VIEW
HOLD Switch
•
To lock the player, slide the HOLD switch to right. The
Lock icon will appear on-screen.
•
To unlock the player, slide the HOLD switch to the left from the Lock position.
Resetting Your Player
Reset your player if it should freeze and not respond or otherwise malfunction.
1.
Disconnect your player if it is connected to a computer.
2. Use a pin to gently press the Reset button located on the rear of the player.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
8
2
1
10
Top
11
Bottom
3
4
7
5
9
8
6
12
Front
1.
HOLD Switch
Back
10. USB Port
2. Power On/Off
11. Headphone Jack
3. MENU
12. Reset
4. UP / Volume up
5. Left / Previous
6. DOWN / Volume down
7.
Option
8. Play / Pause
9. Right / Previous
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DISPLAY OVERVIEW
Plays Status
Lock icon
Battery Level
Equalizer
Current track/
Total track
Song name
Play Mode
Time
Elapsed
Time
Remaining
Music Playing Mode
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Using the Touchpad Controls
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Your player comes equipped with a touch-sensitive control pad. To use the
controls, touch the arrow keys on the front of the player lightly just as you would
a button and the controls will light up. If you touch and hold a key, it will register
as a continuous button press.
Using the Controls to Navigate
To navigate through the different menu options and files on your player:
•
Touch the Arrow keys to move the selection in the direction of the arrow.
•
Moves the selection up.
•
Moves the selection down.
•
Select the next selection.
•
Select the previous selection.
•
Touch
to view the Smart Menu.
•
Touch and hold
to return to the Main Menu at any time.
Main Menu Overview
The Main Menu gives you access to the different function modes of your player.
To access the Main Menu at any time, touch and hold
.
•
Touch
or
to select a mode and then touch
Music
Photo
Movie
FM Radio
E-Book
Delete
Setup
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to confirm.
MUSIC MODE
Enter Music mode to play your MP3 or WMA audio files.
To enter MUSIC mode, select and confirm MUSIC from the Main Menu.
Upon entering Music mode, you will see a list of all available musics that located
on your player.
Music Playback Controls
Select a track and touch
to start playback.
While the track is playing:
•
Touch
to play the next track.
•
Touch
to play the previous track.
•
Touch and hold
to fast forward through the track.
•
Touch and hold
to reverse through the track.
•
Touch
to pause playback. Touch
•
Touch
or
again to resume playback
to adjust the volume level.
Smart Menu Options
The Smart Menu gives you quick access to your player’s option settings. To
access the Smart Menu, touch
.
The Smart Menu options are Repeat, Equalizer, Speed and Browser.
•
Touch
or
to select an option.
•
Touch
when you are finished to save.
•
Touch
to return to the Music mode without saving.
Repeat
Adjust the Repeat settings to change the order in which tracks are played. The
Repeat options are: No Repeat, One, All, Random All, DirNormal, DirRep and
DirRandom.
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MUSIC MODE
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No Repeat
Play tracks once in sequential order.
One
Play the current track repeatedly.
All
Play all tracks repeatedly.
Random All
Play all tracks in random order.
DirNormal
Repeat all tracks in the current folder.
DirRep
Repeat all tracks in all folder.
DirRandom
Play folders in random order.
Equalizer
The Equalizer option optimizes the way your player processes audio signals.
Select the option which best suits the music you are listening to. The options
are Normal, Pop, Rock, Classic, Jazz and Bass.
Speed
Use the Speed function to adjust playback tempo. The Play options are: 70%
(Slowest), 80%, 100% (Normal), 120% and 130% (Fastest).
Browser
This option allows you to browse your music library to select another track during
music playback.
•
Touch
to move the selection up;
•
Touch
to move the selection down;
•
Touch
to play a selection;
•
Touch
to return to the Music mode.
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PHOTO MODE
Enter Photo mode to display your JPEG photo files.
To enter Photo mode, select and confirm PHOTO in the Main menu.
Photo Controls
Upon entering Photo mode, you will see a list of all photos that located on your
player.
•
Touch
or
to move the selection up or down.
•
Touch
to confirm and display a selection.
•
While a photo is displayed:
•
Touch
to display the next photo in the list.
•
Touch
to display the previous photo in the list.
•
Touch
to return to the photo list.
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VIDEO MODE
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Enter Video mode to play your MTV video files.
To enter Video mode, select and confirm VIDEO in the Main menu.
This player supports playback of MTV files. Please see the
Video Conversion section for details on how to create video
files that are compatible with your player.
Video Controls
Upon entering Video mode, you will see a list of all videos that located on your
player.
•
Touch
or
to move the selection up or down.
•
Touch
to confirm or play a selection.
While a video is playing:
•
Touch
to pause playback and display the elapsed time, total time, current track and total tracks. Press
again to resume playback.
•
Touch
to play the next track.
•
Touch
to play the previous track.
•
Touch and hold
to fast forward through the track.
•
Touch and hold
to reverse through the track.
•
Touch
to decrease the volume level.
•
Touch
to increase the volume level.
•
To return to the video list, press
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.
FM RADIO MODE
Enter FM Radio Mode to listen the FM Radio broadcasts.
To enter FM Radio Mode, select and confirm FM Radio from the Main Menu.
Upon entering FM Radio mode, you can tune into stations manually (Normal) or
by using preset stations (Preset).
•
Touch
to toggle between these Normal and Preset tuning modes.
•
Touch
or
to decrease or increase volume level.
You must have a pair of headphones connected to the headphone jack to receive FM broadcasts; your player will utilize
the headphone cord as an antenna.
Normal (Manual Tuning)
The Normal mode allows you to manually scan and tune to all radio frequencies.
•
Touch
to increase the station frequency.
•
Touch
to decrease the station frequency.
Preset (Preset Tuning)
Preset mode allows you to tune to your preset stations.
•
Touch
to tune to the next preset station.
•
Touch
to tune to the previous preset station.
Auto-Save Preset Stations
Scan for all stations in broadcast reception range and automatically save them
as Preset stations. This will overwrite all previously saved Preset stations.
•
Set the tuning mode to Normal.
•
Touch and hold
Preset stations.
. The player will automatically scan and store available
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FM RADIO MODE
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Smart Menu Option (Preset Actions)
The Smart Menu gives you quick access to your player’s option settings. To
access the Smart Menu, touch
.
The Smart Menu options are: Del/Add Preset.
Add Preset (Manual)
Manually save the current station as a Preset station.
Make sure the player is in Normal tuning mode.
1.
Tune to the station you want to store and then touch
Smart Menu.
2. Touch
•
or
to select “Add Preset”, and touch
“Preset confirm
3. Touch
to access the
to confirm.
Save” will appear on screen.
to confirm and save.
Del Preset
Delete a Preset station.
Make sure the player is in Preset tuning mode.
1.
Tune to a Preset station that you want to delete and then touch
cess the Smart Menu.
2. Touch
•
or
to select “Del Preset”, and touch
“Preset confirm
3. Touch
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Delete” will appear on screen.
to confirm and delete.
to confirm.
to ac-
E-BOOK MODE
Enter E-BOOK mode to read TXT E-book files.
To enter E-BOOK mode, select and confirm E-BOOK from the Main Menu.
Upon entering E-BOOK mode, you will see a list of all text files that located on
your player.
•
Touch
or
to move the selection up or down.
•
Touch
to confirm and play a selection.
•
While a text file is displayed:
•
Touch
page.
to skip backward one page; touch
•
Touch
to start Auto Paging function, touch
Paging function.
•
Touch
to skip forward one
again to stop Auto
to return to the E-BOOK file list.
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DELETE MODE
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Enter Delete mode to manage (Delete) the files on your player.
To enter Delete mode, select and confirm DELETE from the Main Menu. Upon
entering Delete mode, you will see a “tree view” which will display all of the folders on your player.
•
Touch
or
to select a folder and press
•
Touch
to access the Smart Menu Options.
to view its contents.
If there are no files in a selected folder, the player will not
enter the folder.
Smart Menu Options
The Smart Menu gives you quick access to your player’s option settings. To
access the Smart Menu, touch
.
Access the Smart Menu to delete files from the browser list.
Delete Controls
Delete the file(s) from your player.
1. Highlight and select a file that you wish to delete.
2. Touch
3. Touch
•
.
or
to select “Yes” or “No” and touch
If you select “Yes” and touch
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to confirm.
, the file will be deleted.
SETTING MODE
Enter the Setting mode to set your player’s system options.
To enter Setting mode, select and confirm SETTING in the Main menu.
Upon entering Setting mode, you will have the following options: Power, Language, Display, and Sys Tools.
Touch
or
to select a setting and then press
return to a previous menu screen.
to confirm. Press
to
Power
This setting contains two options: Power Off and Sleep.
Power Off
Set the duration of time (in minutes) until the player turns off automatically. A
setting of “Off” will disable this power-saving feature.
•
Touch
or
to adjust the Power Off option.
•
Touch
when you are finished to save.
•
Touch
to return to the Setting menu without saving.
Sleep
Set the duration of time (in minutes) that your player will shut off after the preset
time is due. A setting of “off” will disable this power-saving feature.
•
Touch
or
to adjust the Sleep option.
•
Touch
when you are finished to save.
•
Touch
to return to the Setting menu without saving.
Language
Set the language that the menus appear in. The language options are: CHI
(Trad), CHI(Simp), English, German, Spanish, Portuguese and French.
•
Touch
or
to select a Language option.
•
Touch
when you are finished to save.
•
Touch
to return to the Setting menu without saving.
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SETTING MODE
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Display
Set the Brightness and Backlight.
Brightness
Set the Brightness (Contrast) level of the display.
•
Touch
or
to adjust the Brightness level.
•
Touch
when you are finished to save.
•
Touch
to return to the Display menu without saving.
Backlight
Set the duration of time until the LCD screen turns off when your player is idle.
The options are: 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s and On. A setting of “On” will
disable this power-saving feature.
•
Touch
or
to adjust the Screen option.
•
Touch
when you are finished to save.
•
Touch
to return to the Display menu without saving.
Sys Tools
There are 3 options in Sys Tools setting: Format, Reset and Sys Info.
Format
It may become necessary to format your player if data or files become corrupt.
You have two types to format your player: Quick and Complete. Quick formatting will take up less time than Complete formatting.
Formatting will destroy all the data on your player permanently!
Make sure to back up your data before formatting the player.
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SETTING MODE
•
Touch
or
to select a Format option and touch
•
Touch
or
to select “Yes” or “No” and touch
mat your player.
•
Touch
to confirm.
to confirm and for-
to return to the Sys Tools menu without formatting.
Reset
Return all of your player’s internal options to their factory-default settings.
•
Touch
or
to select “Yes” or “No” and then touch
•
Touch
to return to the Sys Tools menu without saving.
to confirm.
Sys Info
View the Firmware, date, and memory information of your player.
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USB CONNECTIONS
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Connect the player to a computer with the USB 2.0 cable provided to:
•
Transfer files to and from your player
•
Perform basic file management functions.
Connecting to a Computer
Connect the player to your computer
with the supplied USB cable. Upon
connection:
•
•
Your computer will be detected
as a “Removable Disk” when you
open “My Computer”.
USB Port
USB Port
Computer
It may take Windows several minutes to recognize and set up the device
the first time it is connected depending on your hardware configuration.
Transferring Files
The USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection makes it easy to transfer music, video, photo, and text files (or any other data) quickly between the player and your computer. Simply use the player as you would a floppy disk using basic operating
system commands.
If you need further assistance with transferring files, please refer to your operating system’s instruction manual or on-screen help. If you are using media management software such as iTunes, Winamp, or Windows Media Player, please
refer to their documentation for support.
Do not disconnect or otherwise interrupt the player during
transmission - this could damage or corrupt the player’s firmware or your files. If the player is accidentally disconnected
and is not working properly, reset your player (see the Powering Your Player section for details).
Microsoft Windows
1.
Double-click the “My Computer” icon on your desktop and then doubleclick the player’s icon (Removable Disk).
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USB CONNECTIONS
2. Drag the files to transfers and drag-and-drop then onto the “Removable
Disk” icon that represents your player.
•
You may also transfer files from your player to computer.
Macintosh OS X
1.
Open a finder window. Located the files you would like to transfer from
your computer. Select the files/folders with the mouse and press APPLEC (copy) on the keyboard.
2. Click on the Removable Disk icon located on the left side of the finder
window. The computer will display all files and folders currently stored in
the player.
3. Press APPLE-V (paste) on the keyboard to transfer the files you selected
in Step 1 to the player.
Disconnecting from a Computer
Disconnect your player as instructed below to detect data loss or file/firmware
corruption.
Microsoft Windows
1.
Double-click the green arrow in the taskbar
located on the lower-right side of the computer
screen (Safely Remove Hardware).
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”.
3. When the “Safe to Remove
Hardware” window appears, click
the OK button and disconnect the
USB cable from the player and
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USB CONNECTIONS
your computer.
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Macintosh OS X
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 player and your computer.
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VIDEO CONVERSION
For movie 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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TROUBLESHOOTING
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If you have a problem with this player, please read the troubleshooting guide
below.
The player does not turn on.
•
The battery level may be too low. Try charging the player or operate the
player on AC power.
•
Ensure that the Lock switch is disengaged.
•
Reset the player (use a pin to press the Reset button on the rear of the
player) and try again.
The player does not turn charge when connected to a computer (USB
charge).
•
Reset the player (use a pin to press the Reset button on the rear of the
player) and try again.
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.
•
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.
•
Ensure that the headphones are attached securely to the player.
The buttons do not work.
•
Ensure that battery is charged or that the player is operating on AC power.
•
Ensure that the Lock switch is disengaged.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The player will not play my music file.
•
Ensure that the file is in a compatible format (MP3, WMA).
•
The file may be copy-protected. Use Windows Media Player to transfer the
file.
•
The file may be copy-protected. Ensure that the license has not expired.
The LCD characters are corrupted.
•
Ensure that the correct language has been selected. Try transferring some
songs and restart the player to automatically rebuild the Music Library.
The player will not play my video file.
•
Ensure that the video file will play on your computer using Windows Media
Player 10. If the file works on the computer, use the same computer to convert the video.
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.
•
Ensure that the supplied USB cable 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 there are less than 2500 items loaded on the player.
I transferred files to my player but they are missing from the Music
Library
•
Ensure that the file in a supported format (MP3, MTV, JPG, WMA).
•
Ensure that there are less than 2500 items loaded on the player.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The player has malfunctioned.
•
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Reset the player (use a pin to gentlyl press the Reset button on the rear of
the player) and try again.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Display Type
1.8” Full-Color TFT
Display Resolution
160 x 128
Memory
TK185 FM 1GB: 1GB Flash
TK185 FM 2GB: 2GB Flash
TK185 FM 4GB: 4GB Flash
Audio Format Support
MP3, WMA
Video Format Support
MTV: 160 x 128, 15fps
Photo Format Support
JPEG
Song Info Support
ID3, Windows Media
PC Interface
USB 2.0 High-Speed
Plug and Play Support
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Macintosh OS X
Audio Output
3.5mm Stereo (Headphone)
Power Supply
Integrated Rechargeable Lithium-Poly Battery
USB Charge
Unit Dimensions
1.6” x 3.7” x 0.35” (WHD)
Weight
2.1 oz
Specifications and manual are subject to change without notice.
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