Center - Sytech
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing the MP4 Player SY-789. In order to fully benefit from
this product, please read the safety and operations instructions carefully. Store
the user manual in a safe place for future reference.
ImportantThe SY-789 includes a pedometer function. This function works independently
from the BT wireless function. Note that the BT wireless function will not work
when the pedometer is active and vice versa.
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Cautions
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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
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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.
• No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the
product.
• 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, suggest 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: When participating in the traffic listening to a
personal music player can make the listener less aware of
potential dangers such as approaching cars.
WARNING: To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at
high volume levels for long periods.
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1. Get to know the controls on Player
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item
Description
1.
TFT LCD Display
2.
M Button (Menu)
3.
Center (
) Button (On / Off, Play / Pause)
4.
Button (Previous / Fast-Rewind)
5.
Button (Next / Fast-Forward)
6.
Button (Previous Menu / Exit)
7.
Earphone Output Jack (3.5mm Stereo)
8.
Micro SD Memory Card Slot
9.
Micro USB Port (PC Connection / Charge)
10.
Microphone Position (mono, inside USB port)
11.
Button (Volume Down)
12.
Button (Volume Up)
2. About Player Battery
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Player has an internal, non–user-replaceable battery. For best results, the
first time you use player, let it charge for about 2 ~ 3 hours or until the battery
status icon in the connection screen shows that the battery is in full.
Player may continue use battery power after it’s been turned off. For
maintain the battery life and performance, if unit isn’t used for a while, the
battery need to be recharged, recharging the battery at least once per month.
a. Charging the Battery:
You can charge the player battery in two ways:
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Connect player to your computer. Or,
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Use the USB power charger. (not included)
b. Connection and Charging:
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Once you have connected player with computer / power charger, then you
will see the “Choose connection” screen appear to choose. It will switch to
“Charge & Transfer” mode automatically if no action in 4 ~ 5 seconds.
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Choose “Charge & Transfer” to upload or download the media files with
your computer and charging the Player’s battery.
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Choose “Charge & Play” to operates the Player’s function and the battery
charging in background.
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The level bars are running in battery icon at the connection screen. The
battery is in charging.
“Choose connection”
“Charge & Transfer” “Charge & Play”
or
In Charging
Important:
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- The battery does not charge when your computer is in sleep/off mode.
- The USB port on most keyboards does not provide enough power to charge
the player.
- Connect the player to a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port on your computer only to
prevent charge problem.
3. Connecting and Disconnecting
a. To Connecting Player:
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To connect player to your computer, plug the connector of USB Cable into a
USB port on your computer, and connect the other end to player;
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Then the player is ready for media files transfer with your computer and the
battery is charging when “Charge & Transfer” mode is selected. And the
connection screen is appearing for view.
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Now you can transfer the media files by using the computer mouse use drag
and place, or copy and paste, in between the player and your computer.
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.
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To eject the player, press the M button once, the connection screen will
switch to “Main Menu” screen. And now it’s safe to disconnect the player
with your computer. Unplug the USB cable from the player. Or,
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If you’re using a Windows PC, eject player by “Computer / My Computer”
menu or by clicking the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the Windows
system tray, select the correspondence name of player to eject.
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If you’re using a Mac, you can also eject player by dragging the player icon
on the desktop to the Trash.
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Now is safe to unplug the USB cable.
• If you accidentally disconnect player without ejecting it, reconnect it to your
computer and sync again. However, some media file may loss.
4. Getting Start the Player
Turn ON / OFF and use of Main Menu:
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To turn ON the player, press and hold the Center (
) button for 3 seconds,
then you will see any one of the following shown Main Menu screen, “Music
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/ Video / Recording / Voice / FM / Photo / Settings / E-Book / Bluetooth /
Pedometer”, will appear on LCD after the Loading and Opening screen
have displayed.
• To turn OFF the player, press and hold the Center (
) button for 3
seconds.
“Main Menu”
Music
Video
Recording
Voice
FM
Photo
Settings
E-Book
Wireless BT
Pedometer
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5. Use Settings Menu
You might need to set date & time or change some default setting as you desire
in the setup menu before you start using the player.
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To go into settings menu, from main menu, choose “Settings” by using
and Center (
) buttons, a “Settings” menu appears to use;
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For back to previous menu or main menu, press or pressing
during in setup menu and submenu.
/
button
“Settings” Menu
a. Sleep timer:
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In Setup menu, choose “Sleep timer”, by using
/
and Center (
buttons then choose “Off” to switch it off. ( factory default is “Off”)
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In Setup menu, choose “Set sleep timer” to switch On the sleep timer, a
levels bar with numbers appear to use, then choose “1 ~ 99” (Minutes) as
you want by using the
/
and Center (
) buttons.
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The Player will turn off automatically at the set time.
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b. Display settings:
You can set the backlight to illuminate the screen for a certain amount of
time as you desired, or make the backlight to “always On” when every time you
turn ON the player.
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In Setup menu, choose “Display settings” > choose “Backlight timer”, a
list appear to use, then chose “10 / 20 / 30 seconds / Always On” as you
desired by using
/
and Center (
) buttons. Choose “Always On” to
prevent the LCD backlight from turning to off. (choosing this option decrease
battery performance)
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Choose “Screen saver”, > choose “Digital clock” or “Screen off”, to turn
On and Off the screen saver function. Chosen “Digital clock” to display the
date and time when screen saver if in enabled.
c. Date & Time:
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In the Setup menu, choose “Date and time” by using
(
) buttons, a list appears to use.
/
and Center
Set Time
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Choose “Time settings” to set clock, then choose “Set time format” or
“Set time” as you want;
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Choose “Set time format” then choose “12 Hours / 24 Hours” show
format as you desired.
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Choose “ Set time”, a clock interface will appear to set;
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The “Hour / Minute” set item is highlighted, press M button to switch in
between Hour and Time which you want to set. And adjusting hour and
minute to current time by pressing the
/
button.
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Finally, you need to press the Center (
) button to confirm the adjustment
and the screen will back to previous menu.
Set Date
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Choose “Date settings” to date, then choose “Set date format” or “Set
date” as you want;
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Choose “Set date format” then choose “YYYY MM DD / MM DD YYYY”
which format as you desired.
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Choose “ Set date”, a date interface will appear to set;
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The “MM / DD / YY” set item is highlighted, press M button to switch in
between day, month and year which you want to set. And adjusting them to
current date by pressing the
/
button.
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) button to confirm the adjustment
Finally, you need to press the Center (
and the screen will back to previous menu.
d. Language:
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This player can use difference OSD languages.
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To set the language, choose “Language”, and then choose which language
as you desire by using
/
and Center (
) buttons.
e. Information:
You can view the player information and disk memory status, such as
firmware version, remaining memory space available and the number of support
media files available in player.
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In Setup menu, choose “Information” by using
buttons, a list appears to use.
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Choose “Player information” or “Disk space” which you want to view.
/
and Center (
)
f. Factory Settings:
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In Setup menu, choose “Factory settings”, a dialog “Restore factory
settings?” will pop up to confirm;
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Choose “Yes” to confirm. Or, “No” to abort.
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Press
button to exit Setup menu.
6. Use Wireless-BT Menu
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From main menu, choose “Wireless BT” menu by using
/
and Center
(
) buttons, a Bluetooth list menu “Search Device / Device’s List / All
Music / BT Now Playing” will appear to choose after Bluetooth entering
screen have displayed;
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Before pairing, please make sure your Bluetooth Receiver Device supports
Bluetooth A2DP profile.
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Keep the device in 1 meter of your Bluetooth receiver device.
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Switch On your Bluetooth receiver device and enable it to searching / pairing
mode.
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a. Search Device
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Choose “Search Device” to enter into the Bluetooth searching mode by
using
/
and Center (
) buttons on player, the device searching
mode is starting, for approximate 10 ~ 20 seconds, a device(s) name list will
appear to choose for pairing.
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Choose the device’s name which you want to pair then choose
“Pair/Connect” by using
/
and Center (
) buttons, wait for few
seconds both device should be paired and the first song in music list will
playing automatically from you Bluetooth receiver device. And,
• The screen is switch to “BT Now Playing” interface and a Bluetooth icon
“ “is displaying at the information bar, the Bluetooth is in transmitting.
“BT Now Playing”
Bluetooth Transmission is On
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To search for new Bluetooth Device;
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Before you search for a new device, please disconnect the current paired
device. For better results, turn the paired Bluetooth receiver to power off.
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Choose “Search Device” the device searching mode will start again for
new device(s) name list to choose again;
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Choose new found and wanted Bluetooth receiver device for pairing.
b. Device’s List
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Choose “Device’s List” to enter into the paired device list, you can
disconnect or un-pair it, also can re-connect those devices if it’s in operating
range.
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In device’s list, choose the device’s name and choose you desired function
“Disconnect” or “Connect / Unpair” as you want. However, make sure
that you have disconnected the linking device before connect the new
wanted device.
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Reconnect a pair Bluetooth device;
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Automatically connecting: every time when turn “On” the Bluetooth
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transmission function, it will automatically reconnect to the last connected
device if the receiver device is still in reconnect mode. However, some
Bluetooth receiver device may need to turn it “Off and On” again for
reconnecting. If not;
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Manual connecting: some Bluetooth receiver device may need to reconnect
manually; turn it power Off and On again for reconnecting. Or;
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Choose “Device’s List” again by using
/
and Center (
) buttons,
then choose the known device and choose “Connect” for reconnecting.
c. All Music
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Choose “All Music” to enter into the music list, you can directly select the
desired music for playback and transmitting by using
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and Center
(
) buttons.
d. BT Now Playing
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Choose “BT Now Playing” to return to the playing interface.
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In “BT Now Playing” interface, you can select; Previous / Next song file, Play
/ Pause the song and adjust the Volume Up/Down by using
/ , Center
(
) and
/
buttons respectively.
To Recall the Bluetooth’s Submenu / Exit Bluetooth Function
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Press
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Pressing
button until a “Exit BT Transmission?” dialog appear for
confirm. Choose “Yes” to exit by using
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and Center (
) buttons,
the Bluetooth function will turn Off and return to main menu screen. Choose
“No” to abort.
button, to recall the Bluetooth’s submenu. Or,
Bluetooth Function Limitation:
1. When you turn the player into Bluetooth audio transmitting mode, the player
earphone output sound will turned to Off automatically;
2. Only music format files with MP3, WMA and WAV can be transmitting by the
player’s Bluetooth function in music playing interface mode.
3. Fast-Forward and Fast Backward is not allowed to use in Bluetooth mode.
7. Use Music Menu
You can use this music player to playback with almost full format of music
file of audio coding. To open the music player in Main Menu:
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From main menu, choose “Music” by using
buttons, a list menu appears to use;
/
and Center (
)
a. All Songs
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Choose “All song / Artists / Albums / Genres / Update Playlist” as you
desired;
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Choose “All song” to enter all songs list menu to select a song where start
the play. (Depend on current location of Local Folder and Card Folder last
chosen. And default is Local folder if Micro SD card is not inserted)
b. Artist
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Choose “Artists” to enter folder(s) list menu grouping by Artist name, then
choose who name of Artist folder > choose a song file in list where start the
play.
c. Albums
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Choose “Albums” to enter folder(s) list menu grouping by Album name,
then choose who name of Album folder > choose a song file in list where
start the play.
d. Genres
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Choose “Genres” to enter folder(s) list menu grouping by Genres name,
then choose who name of Genres folder > choose a song file in list where
start the play.
e. Update playlist
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Choose “Update playlist” to update the playlist when you found it show
incorrect; actually, it is normal due to some media files could be manual
deleted in player’s memory by user in some case. However, update the
playlist when necessary.
f. Local Folder
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Choose “Local Folder” to use player’s internal memory as current location,
you will see all supported song files will list out in playlist when item
selected.
g. Card Folder
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Choose “Card Folder” to use Micro SD Card memory as current location,
you will see all supported song files will list out in playlist when item selected.
However, a “Create list or not” will appear to confirm when every time the
Micro SD Card is plug in and used. Choose “Yes” to process, a playlist will
be generated for use. Choose “No” to abort.
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Remark: The “Local Folder” and “Card Folder” items are will be existed only
in music menu when Micro SD card has plugged into the player.
In Music “Now playing” interface, press M button, a music submenu “Play
mode/Equalizer/Delete” appears.
“Music Menu”
“Music Now Playing Interface”
“Music Submenu Menu”
h. To Play Music
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In All songs / Artists / Albums / Genres list menu, choose a song file to
star the play using by using
/
and Center (
) buttons. Then the
music now playing interface will appears to view and use;
i. Play / Pause Song
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In music now playing interface;
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Press Center ( ) button to pause the playing music. Press it again to
resume.
j. Next / Fast-forward and Previous / Fast-backward Song file
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Press
button to play next music.
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Press
button to play previous music.
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Press and hold
button to use fast-forward
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Press and hold
button to use fast-backward.
k. Adjust volume level
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Press or pressing
/
button to adjust volume levels to up / down and a
volume control screen is appear for viewing.
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Wait for 6 seconds or press
screen.
button to return to music now playing
For hearing protection; a display warning pop-up on TFT screen, when first
time to increase the volume level and reach to the default setting level which
may exceed 85dB. Press M button to accept the warning and enter into the
volume control for increase the level and until to maximum level.
l. Use Lyric Display
This player supports “*.LRC” lyric files and lyrics can synchronous
displayed while playing music if you music file has lyric file included together.
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Make sure the music file name and the “*.LRC” file name must be same and
upload into player together. The embedded lyric song file will not display
lyric.
• When the playing music included with lyrics file, then the lyrics display mode
will switched on automatically and the lyrics will display at the music now
playing interface.
8. Use Movie Menu
• From Main Menu, choose “Movie” by using
buttons, a files list appears to choose;
/
and Center (
)
• Choose the desired movie file to start the play and the screen switch to
movie now playing screen. The movie is playing automatically.
a. Play /Pause Movie
• In movie now playing screen, press Center (
) button to pause.
• Press it again to resume.
• Press
button to go back files list screen for choose another movie file to
play if you want it.
b. Play Previous or Next Movie file
• Press
button to play next movie file.
• Press
button to play previous movie file.
c. Fast-Forward or Fast-Backward
• Press and hold
button to play fast-forward.
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• Press and hold
button to play fast-backward.
d. Adjust Volume Level
• In movie now playing screen,
• Press or pressing
to increase the volume level.
• Press or pressing
button to decrease the volume level.
• Then, press Center (
) button to back to movie now playing.
For hearing protection; a display warning pop-up on display screen, when first
time to increase the volume level and reach to the default setting level which
may exceed 85dB. Press M button to accept the warning and enter into the
volume control for increase the level and until to maximum level.
9. Use Movie Submenu
You might need to change the play mode or delete some unwanted movie
files. To do this:
In movie now playing screen, press M button, a movie submenu “Repeat /
Delete video / Update Playlist” is appear to choose;
a. Repeat:
Choose “Repeat” > choose “Repeat off / Repeat 1 / Repeat all” as you
desired play mode by using
/
and Center (
) buttons.
b. Delete Video:
• Choose “Delete Video” by using
/
and Center (
) buttons;
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A “video name…” delete? dialog is appear to confirm, choose “Yes” to
confirm delete the current song file in memory;
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A “deleting” dialog is appears for few seconds and the current song file is
deleted. And the next movie’s file is selected to play automatically.
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Choose “No” to abort.
c. Update playlist:
• Choose “Update playlist” to update the playlist when you found it show
incorrect; actually, it is normal due to some media files could be manual
deleted in player’s memory by user in some case. However, update the
playlist when necessary.
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Convert Video files into AMV/AVI
If your video file is different or you found format error, convert it to the correct
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format through the included “AMV&AVI Video converter” as follows. This tool
can be used to transform those video files into AMV/AVI files on the computer
before upload them to your player. (Recommended use AMV)
Important: For Video Converter, please make sure you have installed Microsoft
DirectX 9.0 or above. When to convert Real Media, QuickTime, MPEG format
video files, please install related DirectShow filter at first. Otherwise, AVI
Converter cannot work normally.
For Media Manager in Windows XP and Windows 2003, please make sure you
have installed Microsoft Media Player 10.0 or above, and Microsoft .NET
framework 3.0.
• To install this video convert tool to your computer, open a folder named
“UTILITIES > Video Conversion Software” which stored in your player’s
internal memory or stored in a provided CD. (Download it onto your
computer for copy and installation)
• Select “Setup” to start the install program, the software will automatically
install to your computer.
• After installation is done, open folder “Media Player Utilities 4.39” > click
program “AMV&AVI Video converter” in All Program bar on your window
PC. The program interface as shown below:
Noted: This program is used to convert video files into AMV/AVI format,
currently AMV/AVI format are supported by this player.
• Then click
to choose the folder where to save the AMV/AVI files, and
then click
to select the folder where the original files are. The original file
will show in the file window once selected.
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• Move the mouse arrow and left click mouse on the unconverted source files
to select with highlight in the file window, then the
icon will be highlighted
into
icon. Now click this
icon and a dialog box will be shown.
• Now click this
icon and a dialog box will be shown.
• Make sure Video type is “AMV/AVI”, Screen width and height is “160x120 /
320x240” selected. Video convert and Image quality should be “Normal”
and “High” as defaulted. Click “OK” to confirm the setting.
• Now click
to start converting.
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• After conversion, the converted files will play automatically for preview if
AMV format has selected.
• And now, the converted AMV/AVI file is ready to transfer, you can simply
copy and place those converted files to the media player.
Note: Only pixels in “160x120 / 320x240 (max.)” can be supported by this
player.
11. Use Recording Menu
You can use the player as a Voice Recorder and recording voice memos
using the built-in microphone. Besides, look for the recorded file(s) and
playback them in same menu. To do this:
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From main menu, choose “Recording” by using
buttons, a list menu appear to choose;
/
and Center (
)
a. Start Voice Recording:
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From list menu, choose “Start Voice Recording”, a “Now Recording”
screen appear to view and it is in recording;
“Now Recording” Screen
b. Storage:
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From list menu, choose “Storage” > Choose “Internal Memory / External
/
and
Memory” where to store the record file as you desired by using
Center (
) buttons.
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The list will switch back to recording menu once storage location selected.
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Note:
1. This “Storage” item will be existed only when Micro SD card has plugged
into the player, it skips if no card plugged.
2. The storage defaulted folder will be located as name “RECORD” in
“Internal Memory” of player or “External Memory” of Micro SD Card.
c. Record Format:
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From list menu, choose “Record Format” > Choose “MP3 format / WAV
format” as you desired for recording.
d. Record Settings:
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From list menu, choose “Record Settings” > Choose “Set REC bitrate”, a
list menu appear to choose;
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Then choose “32kbps/ 64kbps / 128kbps / 192kbps” if MP3 record format
is chosen. Or,
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Choose “512kbps / 768kbps / 1024kbps / 1536kbps” if WAV record format
is chosen.
Remark: higher number of kbps will higher the recording quality but will use
more memory capacity in recording file.
e. To playback the recorded file
• Use the “Voice” menu to playback the recorded file in Voice recording or FM
recording function;
• Please read the “Item 12, Use Voice Menu” use methods for playback you
desired Voice/FM recorded file.
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Use Voice Menu
From main menu, choose “Voice” menu > choose “Local folder” or “Card
folder” > choose a desired “Voice Recorded File (REC00x.*)” or “FM
Recorded file (FMREC00x.*)” which want to playback by using
/
and
Center (
) buttons;
• The screen switch to Voice Now Playing screen and the selected file will play
automatically.
“Voice Now Playing” Screen
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a. Play and Pause Recorded file
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In Voice Now Playing screen, press Center (
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Press it again to resume.
) button to pause.
b. Play Previous or Next File
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Press
button to play next file.
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Press
button to play previous file.
c. Play Fast-Forward or Fast-Backward
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Press and hold
button to use fast-forward
•
Press and hold
button to use fast-backward.
d. Adjust volume level
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Press or pressing
to increase the volume level.
•
Press or pressing
button to decrease the volume level.
•
Then, press Center (
) button to back to movie now playing.
For hearing protection; a display warning pop-up on display screen, when first
time to increase the volume level and reach to the default setting level which
may exceed 85dB. Press M button to accept the warning and enter into the
volume control for increase the level and until to maximum level.
e. Delete File
• In file list screen or Voice Now Playing screen, press M button a “Delete ?”
dialog box appear to confirm. Choose Yes to confirm or No to abort.
• The selected file or current playback file will be deleted once Yes is selected
and confirmed.
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Use FM Radio
This player is using the wire of earphone set as antenna for FM radio, plug in
the earphone set into the earphone output jack before searching for FM
stations.
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From main menu, choose “FM” by using
a “Radio Tune” screen appears to use;
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/
and Center (
) button,
“Radio Tune” Screen
a. Adjust Volume Level
•
Press or pressing
/
button to increase the volume level.
•
Press or pressing
/
button to decrease the volume level.
•
The volume control screen will disappear in 6 ~ 8 seconds. Or, press
button to return to music now playing screen.
For hearing protection; a display warning pop-up on display screen, when first
time to increase the volume level and reach to the default setting level which
may exceed 85dB. Press M button to accept the warning and enter into the
volume control for increase the level and until to maximum level.
b. Manual Search Stations
• In Radio Tune screen;
• Press
/
button for searching frequency down or up to receive next
station, each press will step down or up the frequency by 0.1MHz.
• Press
/
station. Or;
button quickly until to your desired radio frequency of radio
• Press and hold
/
button for 2 ~ 3 seconds to enter into manual
searching mode. This mode allows keeping searching down / up and be stop
until next station received.
• To save the receiving radio station, please refer to item 14-c (Save to preset)
mentioned below.
c. Change Stored Radio Stations From Channel List
• Once you have tuned and stored the radio station into channel list by Manual
tune / Auto tune function; and then you can recall them by press or pressing
Center (
) button.
• The channel number will change and cycle up from low numbers when each
) button, the stored radio stations will
time you press or pressing Center (
change for listen accordingly.
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14.
Use FM Radio Submenu
• In radio tune screen, press M button to call up the FM Radio submenu, a list
screen “Start FM recording / Presets / Save to preset / Clear preset /
Auto tune / FM REC Library” is appears to use.
• Press
/
button to choose one of them and then press Center (
button to entering.
)
a. Start FM recording
• In FM Radio submenu, choose “Start FM recording” to enter the FM
recording function under in the radio mode, the screen will switch to Now
Recording screen and starting the FM recording automatically.
• Press Center (
) button to pause the FM recording, press it again to
resume if you want.
• To save and stop the FM recording file, press
recording?” dialog pop up to confirm;
button, a “Save
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Choose “Yes” to confirm, the recorded file will save into defaulted folder and
back to the list menu for next action.
•
Choose “No” to abort.
b. Presets
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Before you can use the “Presets” submenu function, first you have already
save the desired radio stations by using the “Manual Search” and “Save to
preset” or “Auto tune” function.
•
If not, the preset submenu will show “FM --/--” in all location from 01 ~ 30,
which mean no radio station were preset.
•
You can select the desired preset radio station frequency if the radio station
were saved in list;
•
However, the preset channel list like below will show for example:
01 FM 89.50
02 FM 92.10
03 FM 94.40
04 FM 96.90
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05 FM 98.90
06 FM 101.80
07 FM --/-08 FM --/-• Then choose one of them, example 01, as you desired radio station for listen
by using
/
and Center (
) buttons.
c. Save to preset
• In FM Radio submenu, choose “Save to preset” by using
/
and
Center (
) buttons to store the tuned radio station or current listening
station into player’s memory, the preset channels list appear to use;
• Then choose which preset channel number, location 01 ~ 30, you want to
save by using
/
and Center (
) buttons, a “Save xx.xx FM to
preset xx” dialog pop up to confirm.
• Choose “Yes” to confirm, the station will be stored at wanted location in
preset channels list accordingly.
• Choose “No” to abort.
Preset Channel Number
Station’s Frequency
Note: In preset channels list, there have total 30 numbers of preset channel,
“01 – 30”, what can be used to store the wanted radio stations.
d. Clear preset
• In FM Radio submenu, choose “Clear preset” by using
/
and Center
(
) buttons to erase the unwanted radio station(s) or current listening
station from preset channels list;
• Then choose a number of preset location, 01 ~ 30, which want to erase from
appearing preset channels list by
/
and Center (
) buttons, a
“Clear preset xx?” dialog pop up to confirm.
• Choose “Yes” to confirm. Or choose “No” to abort.
e. Auto tune
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• In FM radio submenu, choose “Auto tune” by using
/
and Center
(
) buttons to enter to auto tune and auto preset mode, a dialog window
pop up to confirm;
• Choose “Yes” to start the searching function and the radio will automatically
searching stations in the range of frequency “87.5MHz - 108MHz”
depending on region which set.
• However, all found radio stations will be stored at the preset channels list in
player’s memory and the radio searching function will stop and show the first
received radio station for listening.
• From appearing preset list, selects one of the channel numbers to listen the
desired radio station. Or, press
button to return to radio tune screen.
f. To Playback the FM recorded file
• Use the “Voice” menu to playback the recorded file in Voice recording or FM
recording function;
• Please read the “Item 12, Use Voice Menu” use methods for playback you
desired Voice/FM recorded file.
15. Use Photo Menu
You can use the player as photo / picture viewer, to browse files:
• From main menu choose “Photo” by using
a list menu appear to use;
/
and Center (
) buttons,
a. Play file
• In list menu, choose a file to start the play.
• Press
button to go back to list menu for other file selection.
b. Change previous / next file
•
Press
button to next file.
•
Press
button to previous file.
c. Slideshow play
• Press Center (
) button to enter into slideshow mode, those photo /
picture files will play file by file according to slideshow settings in submenu.
• Press Center (
) button to cancel the slideshow mode.
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• Pressing
16.
button to back to main menu.
Use Photos Submenu
You might need to change some settings for picture browse. To change
setting:
• In file list menu or photos playing mode, press M button to call up the photos
submenu, a list “Slideshow settings / Delete picture / Update Playlist”
appear to choose;
a. Slideshow settings:
Time per slide
•
Choose “Slideshow settings” > Choose “Time per slide”, a levels bar
with number appear to use, then choose “02 ~ 30 (seconds)” as you want
/
and Center (
) buttons.
by using
Repeat
•
Choose “Repeat” > choose “Off / On” as you desired. The repeat all files
function will activate if “On” is chosen.
b. Delete picture:
• Choose “Delete picture”, a “file name.* delete?” dialog appear to confirm,
choose “Yes” to confirm delete the selected file or current playing file in
memory;
•
A “deleting” dialog is appears for few seconds and the current playing file is
deleted. If in file playing, the next file is selected to play automatically.
•
Choose “No” to abort.
c. Update Playlist:
• Choose “Update Playlist” to update the playlist when you found it show
incorrect; actually, it is normal due to some media files could be manual
deleted in player’s memory by user in some case. However, update the
playlist when necessary.
17. Use E-Book Menu
You can use the player as a text reader with supported file format (.TXT). To
do this:
• From main menu, choose “E-Book” by using
buttons, a file(s) list menu appears to choose;
a. Play E-Book file
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/
and Center (
)
• Choose a file which you want to start the read and the screen switch to text
viewer screen.
• Press
button to go back to list menu for other file selection.
b. Change previous / next page in eBook file
•
In E-Book play mode;
•
Press
button to next page.
•
Press
button to previous page.
c. Auto page flip
• Press Center (
) button to enter into auto page flip function, the reading
page will flip according to desired time set of play settings in submenu.
• Press Center (
• Pressing
18.
) button to cancel the auto page flip function.
button to back to main menu.
Use E-Book Submenu
You might need to change some settings for Text read. To change setting:
• In file list menu or E-Book playing mode, press M button to call up the eBook
submenu, a list “Play settings / Delete eBook / Bookmark Select / Delete
bookmark / Add bookmark / Page select” appear to choose;
a. Play settings:
•
Choose “Play settings”, a levels bar with number appear to use, then
choose “02 ~ 30” (seconds) as you want by using
/
and Center (
)
buttons.
•
The eBook reading page will auto flip according the selected time gap here
when you activated the auto page flip function.
b. Delete eBook:
• Choose “Delete”, a “file name.* delete?” dialog appear to confirm, choose
“Yes” to confirm delete the selected file or current reading file in memory;
•
A “deleting” dialog is appears for few seconds and the current playing file is
deleted. If in file playing, the next file is selected to play automatically.
•
Choose “No” to abort.
c. Bookmark Select:
• Choose “Bookmark select” by using
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/
and Center (
) buttons, a
bookmarked list appear to choose;
• Choose a stored bookmark which you want to call and then press Center
(
) button to read. (add bookmark(s) before you use it)
d. Delete Bookmark:
• Choose “Delete Bookmark”, a bookmarked list appear to choose;
• Choose a bookmark file which you to delete, then a “Whether to delete?”
dialog is appears to confirm;
• Choose “Yes” to confirm. Or, choose “No” to abort.
e. Add Bookmark:
• In eBook reading mode, choose “Add Bookmark”, a “Whether to add?”
dialog is appear to confirm;
• Choose “Yes” to confirm and the current reading page will bookmark into list
and stored in memory for use when the bookmark select function.
• Choose “No” to abort.
f. Page Select: (goto page)
• Choose “Page Select”, a list menu appear to choose;
• Choose your desired number of page where go to by using
/
and
Center (
) buttons, the page will direct to desired page from current
reading page.
• However, system defaulted range of number can be selected is limited,
which mean you may not go into the exactly number of page.
Remark: For example; P_1 = page 1 : p_5x10 = page 50 : P_68x10 = page 680,
please refer to the appeared list in Page Select function.
19.
Use Pedometer
• From main menu choose “Pedometer” by using
buttons. A pedometer start menu appear to use;
“Pedometer” Start Menu
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/
and Center (
)
a. Start
Before you start to use the pedometer function, you need to input your
personal information for calibrates the player’s pedometer sensor to personalize
it.
1. Start pedometer counts
• Once personal info setup is completed, then choose “Start” to enter the
pedometer counts function and the pedometer counts interface appearing to
view;
Pedometer Counts Interface
• The time start from “00:00:00” and the pedometer sensor starting to counts
your movement at same time. Now you can start walking or running as
preferred in settings.
• Those wanted information; such as: Steps, distance, calorie burned and
Speed, are showing on pedometer counts display screen for view.
2. Exit pedometer counts & save record
•
Press and hold the
•
The screen switch back to main menu and the record is saved into player’s
memory at the same time.
•
To recall the save record please use “Results Tracker” listed below. (item
19.c)
button to exit and save pedometer counts record;
b. Personal Info:
• From pedometer start menu, choose “Personal Info” > choose “Mode /
Stride / Weight / Height” by using
/
and Center (
) buttons;
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1. Mode:
• Choose “Mode” > choose “Running / Walking” as you desired pedometer
count.
2. Stride:
• Choose “Stride” > choose “20cm ~ 200cm” which values to match for your
body height.
Example for Stride length measurement
• Walk / Run 10 steps with your normal stride as illustrated below.
• Measure the distance from START to END in centimeter (cm). Then
calculate your stride length by dividing the total distance by 10. Example:
• Total distance = 800 cm
• 800 cm ÷ 10 steps = 80 cm
3. Weight:
• Choose “Weight” > choose “15kg ~ 300kg” which values to match for your
body weight.
4. Height:
• Choose “Height” > choose “80cm ~ 250cm” which values to match for
your body weight.
c. Results Tracker:
• Choose “Results Tracker” to view the personal counts record, example
record 1, by using
/
and Center (
) buttons.
• Then press
/
• Press or pressing
button to change record down or up from 1 - 3.
button to back to previous or main menu.
• Press M button to exit from personal counts record display and back to main
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menu.
Personal Counts Record
Note: The player is allowed storing maximum 3 personal counts record “Record
1 / Record 2 / Record 3”. Moreover, the new records will overwrite the old
Record.
d. Attaching the player for pedometer function
Place the unit in your pocket
• Do not place the unit in the back pocket of your pants,
to prevent sitting on it.
• Close the zipper / button of your pocket (if available)
to prevent the unit from dropping.
Place the unit in your bag
• Place the unit in a secure section or partition of your
bag.
• Make sure the unit is placed horizontal or vertical in a
pocket in the bag.
Hanging the unit from your neck
• Attach a secure lanyard or string to the unit. (not
provided)
• Place the lanyard around your neck and hang the unit
as illustrated.
NOTE: Make sure the lanyard / string is correctly sized
to easily remove the unit from around your neck. If used
hanging around neck, the lanyard / string can cause
strangulation. Do not place the unit with lanyard / string
around a child’s neck.
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e. The unit may not count steps correctly in the following conditions:
The unit is not positioned correctly
• When the front of the main unit is placed in the angle
of less than 60° or horizontal to the ground.
NOTE: The unit can count steps even if it is slanted or
placed upside-down, or if the main unit is perpendicular
to the ground.
The unit moves loosely
• When the unit is loose or flat in your pocket or bag
(not in a horizontal or vertical position).
• When the unit swings from your belt, the top of your
pants or a bag.
Up and down movement
• Standing up and/or sitting down movement.
• Playing sports other than walking.
• Ascending or descending movement at stairs or in a
steep slope.
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Walking at an inconsistent stride
• When you shuffle or wear sandals.
• Starting and stopping or other forms of inconsistent
walking.
• Walking extremely slowly.
Vibrations from a moving vehicle
• Such as riding a bicycle, automobile, train or bus.
e. Use Memory Card Slot
This player allows you to play those support media files from your Micro SD
memory card (T-Flash). Also it will increase the mobile hard disk memory
capacity of the player if you use this option.
• 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.
• When Micro SD Card has been inserted, then two items “Local Folder” and
“Card Folder” will be existed for choose.
• Go into the card folder and choose you desired folder(s) and file(s) to play.
• To take out the Micro SD memory card, please turn Off the player before you
do.
f. Reset the Device
•
In some circumstances, the device may encounter dead halt during use.
•
In case the player is in hanging, press and hold the Center (
about 8 seconds, the player should be reset and restarted.
Important: Do not reset the device if it is proper working.
g. Trouble Shooting
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) button for
Unit cannot turn ON
•
No sound is heard •
from headphone.
Check battery is it charged with enough energy.
Check whether Volume is set “0” and connect the
headphone plugs firmly.
•
Check whether the headphone plug is dirty.
•
Corrupted MP3 may make a static noise and the
sound may cut off. Make sure that the music files
are not corrupted.
Characters in LCD •
are corrupted
Check whether the right language has been
selected.
Download of media •
files fails.
Check whether USB cable is damaged and is
connected properly.
•
Check whether driver is installed correctly.
•
Check whether the player’s memory is in full.
Bluetooth can’t pair •
and connect to a
•
Bluetooth
receiver
device
•
Make sure Bluetooth receiver supports A2DP.
Make sure Bluetooth receiver is placed within
connection distance in 5 – 10 meters.
Make sure Bluetooth receiver has already entered
into pairing mode.
h. Specification
Dimension
Weight
LCD
PC connection
Earphone Impedance
Internal Memory
Memory Card Slot
83mm (H) x 40mm (W) x 9.2mm (D)
28g (approximate)
1.8 inches, Resolution (RGB) 128 x 160
USB 2.0 (High Speed)
32 Ohm
See carton or giftbox
Micro SD Card
(support up to 16GB and possible for 32GB)
Battery
Lithium 3.7V, 170mAh
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Playing Time:
8 ~ 10 hours for music at power saving mode
2 ~ 3 hours for movie
2.5 ~ 3.5 Hours for Bluetooth Transmission at
power saving mode
Power Source
Bluetooth
DC Input: 5V 500mA
Specification
Frequency
RF Transmit Power
Audio Transmission
V2.1 + EDR
2.402 ~ 2.480GHz
Class II
MP3, WMA, WAV format
Audio only
Connection Distance
In 10 meters (open area)
Earphone Output
2mW x 2 at 32 Ohm
Frequency
Responses
100Hz to 20000Hz
SNR
MP3,
> 70dB
32Kbps - 320kbps
WMA
32Kbps – 384kbps
Movie
APE, FLAC, WAV
AMV/AVI
160x120 / 320x240 (max.)
Recorder Coding
MP3, WAV
Audio
Music Format
FM Radio
Tuning Range
87.5 MHz ~ 108 MHz
Step
100kHz
Preset Station
30 channels (max.)
Sensor
Display
2 Axis Accelerometer
Steps Record, Distance,
Average Speed, Calories
Burned and Time used
Pedometer
(by calculation)
Picture Format
JPEG / BMP / GIF
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Text Format
Operating Temperature
TXT
0 to 40
Operating System
Window 2000/XP/Vista/Win7, Mac 9.2 or Higher
i. Disclaimer
Updates to Firmware and/or hardware components are made regularly.
Therefore some of the instruction, 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.
j. WEEE Directive
This symbol indicates that the relevant electrical product or
battery should not be disposed of as general household waste in
Europe. To ensure the correct waste treatment of the product and
battery, please dispose them in accordance to any applicable
local laws of requirement for disposal of electrical equipment or
batteries. In so doing, you will help to conserve natural resources
and improve standards of environmental protection in treatment
and disposal of electrical waste (Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Directive).
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
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Manufacturing country: China
Description: MP4 Player
Sytech® SY-789 complies with the following directives:
CE standard: Directive 1999/5/EC
ROHS standard: Directive 2011/65/EU Restriction of Hazardous Substance
Signed: Ajeet Nebhwani Utamchandani
Sole Administrator
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