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Before Use
Components ................................................................................................... 3
Features ......................................................................................................... 4
Keys and Controls ......................................................................................... 5
LCD Screen Display ....................................................................................... 6
Before first use .............................................................................................. 7
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Copyrights
To use DAB Radio
Tuning On/Off ................................................................................................ 8
Using Manual Mode ....................................................................................... 9
Using Preset Mode ....................................................................................... 11
DAB Record Function .................................................................................. 13
DAB Setting .................................................................................................. 14
DAB Menu Tree ........................................................................................... 17
To use MP3 Player
Play Music File ............................................................................................. 18
Music Library ............................................................................................... 19
A-B Repeat .................................................................................................. 20
Before Using USB mode ............................................................................. 25
Use USB mode ............................................................................................ 26
Music Menu Tree ......................................................................................... 27
Additional Information
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Update MP170 Series .................................................................................. 28
Precautions and safety ................................................................................ 29
About DAB ................................................................................................... 30
DAB Frequency Table ................................................................................. 31
DAB Information .......................................................................................... 32
Trouble Shooting .......................................................................................... 33
Product Specification ................................................................................... 34
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Components
Features
DAB Reception
Listening to your DAB radio is made easy with Auto Search,
Manual Search and Local/ Full Scan functions.
MP170
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Before Use
Before Use
MP3 and WMA
ATMT DAB
This player supports MP3 and WMA playback.
USB 2.0 High Speed
With USB 2.0 high speed PC, data speed transfer is 25 Mbps.
Earphone (Antenna)
CD - USB Driver
(Include Instruction Manual)
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USB Cable
Quick Guide Manual
Note
Design of accessories is subject to change without notice.
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Before Use
Keys and Controls
LCD Screen Display
1. Locating the MUSIC MODE Icons
1. File Number
2. Repeat
3. Play/ Pause
4. EQ
5. Battery Status
6. Playing Time
7. Folder Name
8. Artist/ File Name
9. Volume
10. File Info
(Format/ Bit Rate/ Data Rate)
MP170
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Before Use
2. Locating the DAB MODE Icons
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1. Earphone Jack
2. Power On/ Off/ Play/ Pause/ Cancel
3. Mode Change
4. Hold On/ Off
5. Previous/ REW
6. Up
7. Next/ FF
8. Confirm Menu/ Navi
9. Down
10. USB Connector
11. Save/ Delete Preset
12. DAB Record Start/ Stop
13. Strap Hole
1. Service label
2. Volume
3. Battery / EQ
4. Time
5. Preset Mode
6. Signal Strength
7. Preset Number
8. Frequency Info
9. Ensemble Label / DAB Record
Progressive Bar / Manual Tune
Frequency (Manual Tune Only)
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To Use DAB Radio
Before first use follow the steps detailed below
Turning on/ off the player
1. Connect the earphone jack to the earphone socket on
the player.
1. Turning on the player
: Press the
button to turn on the player.
2. Open the battery cover.
2. Turning off the player
: Press and hold the
3. Insert the battery. (1x AA : Recommend a alkaline battery)
Be sure to match the + and - ends of the battery with the
diagram inside the battery compartment.
4. Close the battery cover.
To open the battery cover
To close the battery cover
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Before Use
button to turn off the player.
3. To change volume, move control stick
down.
up or
4. Press and hold the MODE button for 3 seconds to select
either MP3 or DAB mode.
To adjust the volume, move the control stick UP or
DOWN. (UP : increase volume, DOWN : decrease volume)
Note
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The earphones cable also serves as an aerial. To get optimal signal
reception, avoid coiling the earphone cord. And using the original earphone
is highly recommended.
To avoid corrosion, remove the battery if the player is not to be used for a
long time.
Remove dead battery immediately to avoid damage from corrosion.
When corrosion occurs, wipe the battery compartment immediately with a
dry cloth and insert a new battery.
Note
If the player doesn’t power on, please try replacing the battery.
To operate the hold function, press the Hold Switch for 3 seconds.
Press again for 3 seconds to disable the Hold function.
If the player doesn’t power off, please check whether the HOLD button is
set to HOLD ON.
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Using Manual Mode
Note
Area factory default value is UK.
When using for the first time, the unit will start AUTO SCAN automatically.
Using Manual Mode
To save service to Preset list
1. Press the
button to save current service. ‘save
preset?’ screen will be displayed on LCD screen.
Manual Tune
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use DAB Radio
To Use DAB Radio
Preset Memory
Tune to stations
Current Service
With the first line highlighted :
1. Press and hold the
or
on the control stick to
select your desired service.
2. The player will highlight the line and step through the
available stations.
Press
button when required station appears. The player will
display present service information.
Note
Second line shows which service had been saved in selected preset number.
Fourth line shows the current services which user desired to save.
2. Press
or
button to change preset memory number.
At desired preset number, please press
button to save.
Note
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Up to 20 presets can be stored.
If the selected preset number is empty, the display will shows ‘Empty’.
To cancel anything, press Play button.
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To Use DAB Radio
Using Preset Mode
Using Preset Mode
To delete service from Preset list
Preset tune
If preset icon is not displayed, first press and hold
button to enter preset tuning mode.
Now pressing
or
will show saved preset list.
Note
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If there are no services in the preset list, the tune mode will be changed to
manual mode automatically. Please auto scan first.
The frequency of manual tune is not saved, last frequency of preset tune
mode will be tuned when user changes tune mode to preset.
1. Press
button to delete current service from
preset list.
‘Delete preset’ screen will be displayed on LCD screen.
2. Press
button to delete.
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use DAB Radio
3. After deleting, previous service will be tuned.
Note
Preset deleting is only activated in Preset mode.
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DAB Record Function
Temporary Record
1. Press
button to start recording.
2. Press
button until time is highlighted.
3. Press
or
to skip forward or backwards through
the recorded DAB radio.
4. Press
To Use DAB Radio
DAB Setting
SCAN
1. For easy and quick station scan, press and hold
button.
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use DAB Radio
2. Move cursor at desired menu – If local scanning be selected,
the scanning will be only scan in UK area, if full scanning be selected,
the scanning will be take some time but scan all band III area.
button to stop recording.
Note
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This is a temporary record function. As soon as you exit the menu the
recording will automatically be deleted.
The DAB Record function will not operate if the battery is low.
The function will stop if the amount of saved data exceeds the memory
capacity.
Note
In areas where the signal is weak, some stations may not be available.
When the player can’t find any service, please check local area has DAB
coverage.
To exit, press Play button.
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To Use DAB Radio
DAB Setting
DAB Setting
Announcement
Equalizer
DAB provides data services such as traffic, transport, news,
weather, sports, financial etc. User can select which data to receive.
User can adjust the sound according to preference.
1. Press and hold
button, move cursor at
announcement menu.
2. Press
button to enter. At desired data, press
button.
The icon will be change to a smile icon.
3. To deselect, press
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1. Press and hold the
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use DAB Radio
button to get into the menu mode.
2. Move the cursor to EQUALIZER icon. Press
enter.
3. Move the cursor to desired EQ and press
button to
button.
At custom EQ, there are 5 band frequency steps.
User can adjust equalizer. (- 12dB ~ + 12dB)
at smile icon.
Note
Announcement information availability will vary from region to region
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Note
To exit, press
button.
To Use MP3 Player
DAB Menu Tree
Play Music File
DAB SETTING
To Play Music File
1. While in DAB mode, press and hold the
DAB SETTING
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2. Press
SCAN
ANNOUNCEMENT
EQUALIZER
LOCAL SCANNING
TRAFFIC
NORMAL
FULL SCANNING
TRANSPORT
ROCK
SERVICE
JAZZ
NEWS
CLASSICAL
WEATHER
POP
……
CUSTOM
button.
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use DAB Radio
button to start/ pause music playback.
3. Skip to next/ previous music file, press
the control stick.
: Skip to the previous music file
: Skip to the next music file
or
using
4. To fast search, press and hold the
or
using
the control stick.
Release the control stick for normal playback.
: Fast- rewind
: Fast- forward
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To Use MP3 Player
Music Library
A-B Repeat
Using Music Library
A-B Repeat
The Music Library allows you to easily select your desired music
files.
1. Press
button to enter the MUSIC LIBRARY.
2. Select the music browse menu to select artist, albums,
tracks, favorites, new music, genres, years, play lists,
folders.
1. While playing your music file, press
to select the beginning (A) point.
button
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use MP3 Player
2. Press
button again to select the end (B) point.
The selected interval will play repeatedly.
3. To cancel A-B repeat, press
button.
3. Artist name and file name will be displayed on LCD
screen.
Note
To exit from the music library, press the
button.
Use the Control Stick to navigate through the Music Library as follows :
Move Up/ Down
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Next/ Previous library level
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To Use MP3 Player
Music Setting
Music Setting
Play Mode
Equalizer
Within play mode you have the option of the following settings :
normal, shuffle once, shuffle repeat, track once, repeat track, repeat
all and intro.
You can adjust the sound to your preference.
1. Press and hold
button to get in to the MENU mode.
2. Press
button to enter PLAY MODE, move cursor
to the desired play mode and press
button again.
1. Press and hold the
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use MP3 Player
button to enter MENU mode.
2. Move the cursor to EQUALIZER icon.
Press
button to enter.
3. Move the cursor to desired EQ and press
button.
In custom EQ, there are 5 band frequency steps which can be
adjusted.
Normal
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Play all files in the player, then stops
Shuffle Once
Randomly play all files in the player, then stops
Shuffle Repeat
Randomly play all files in the player repeatedly
Track Once
Play one file, then stops
Track Repeat
Play one file repeatedly
Repeat All
Intro
Play all files in the player repeatedly
Play introductions of all files
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Music Setting
You can configure your player’s settings to adjust any of the following :
Contrast, Idle Shutdown time, System Reset, Memory Format.
Basic Usage
1. Press and hold
button to enter the MENU mode.
2. Press
button to enter the set menu, use the OK
control stick to highlight the required icon and press
button again to select.
Change the value using the OK control stick by moving it up and
down, left or right.
3. To exit set menu, press
button.
Contrast
To Use MP3 Player
Music Setting
Idle Shutdown
This function will switch the player off after a set time between 1- 20
minutes. If the player is idle, the 00 setting disables this function.
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use MP3 Player
Information
User can check system information – model name, firmware version,
memory status.
Note
Some memory is reserved for firmware and system management.
The LCD contrast can be adjust from 0 to 100.
Factory Setting
Player can be reset to factory default values.
Format
The memory can only be formatted through the player, not a PC.
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Note
Care must be taken as formatting and factory reset can delete files or make
them unreadable.
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To Use MP3 Player
Before Using USB mode
Use USB Mode
1. USB driver is installed on your PC automatically when
user connects to PC by USB cable at first time.
You can easily download data files to the player using Windows
Explorer.
You can also use it as a Storage device to store data files.
2. If your PC does not recognize the player in MTP mode,
reset the player to MSC mode.
3. Connect to the player and PC by USB cable.
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use MP3 Player
1. Connect the Player to PC.
2. Right click on the start button.
3. Choose Explore to Open Windows Explorer on PC.
USB port
4. Select the data file to save. Drag and drop it into the
player.
USB Cable
USB port on the PC
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Additional Information
Music Menu Tree
Update MP170 Series
1. Download “Player.rom” file from authorized web site.
MUSIC SETTING
PLAY MODE
EQUALIZER
SETTING
USB MODE
NORMAL
NORMAL
CONTRAST
MSC
SHUFFLE ONCE
ROCK
IDLE SHUTDOWN
MTP
SHUFFLE REPEAT
JAZZ
INFORMATION
TRACK ONCE
CLASSICAL
FACTORY SETTING
REPEAT ALL
POP
FORMAT
REPEAT TRACK
CUSTOM
INTRO
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2. Connect the player to computer with USB cable and copy
the file to “ROOT” on the player.
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
To Use MP3 Player
3. Disconnect the player from PC.
“New Firmware upgrade?" is displayed on the LCD of the player.
4. Click
button to upgrade the player, firmware
upgrade will automatically begin.
* If you do not upgrade the player, “New Firmware upgrade?" will
displayed whenever power on.
Warning :
All files on the flash memory will be erased upon format is completed !
Please backup the important files before format proceeds.
Do not attempt to disconnect the MP3 player with your PC while Format
and/or Update is in-progress. Disconnecting could cause severe damage
to the player.
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Precautions and Safety
Please note: Because DAB digital radio is a developing technology, station
availability can change without notice. As new multiplexes and transmitters are
turned on, new stations will begin transmitting and new postcodes will be able to
receive DAB digital radio. Conversely, some DAB radio stations may disappear
without notice.
Batteries - Batteries are easily swallowed by young children. Do not allow young
children to play with the unit. Dispose of used batteries in an environmentally
friendly manner.
Temperature - Avoid extremes of temperature, either hot or cold, place your
product well away from heat sources such as radiators or gas/ electric fires.
Moisture - Do not allow your product to be exposed to rain, moisture or dust. If any
liquid is spilt into this product it can cause serious damage. If you spill any liquid
switch the unit off at the mains immediately. Contact your store immediately.
Headphones - Do not use headphones or earphones while cycling or driving. It is
dangerous and illegal in some areas. Also do not use at high volume. Hearing
experts advise against listening to continuous, loud and extended play. Reduce
volume while walking especially at pedestrian crossings.
USB Storage Device Data Protection
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Always insert the USB device in the correct direction. Failure to do so may result in
damage to the USB device and this product.
Do not remove the USB device whilst it is being accessed.
Electrical interference and electrostatic discharges may cause the USB device to
malfunction and suffer damage, resulting in data loss.
It is strongly recommended that any important data is backed up on a PC to protect
against corruption, data loss or device malfunction. Please note that our company
shall not accept any liability for damage or loss of stored data.
Additional Information
About DAB
What is Digital Radio?
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is the next generation of radio.
DAB was developed in Europe by a consortium of broadcasters and
manufacturers. DAB uses digital compression techniques to transform the source
material, i.e. music and speech into digital computer code before it is transmitted.
The computer code consists of electronic ‘ones and zeros’ called binary digits or
bits. The binary code is then multiplexed or grouped together and compared to the
older analogue system creates a superior signal with the following key benefits:
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Additional Information
Near CD quality sound
Because DAB is binary coded, the receiving equipment is only expecting to receive
a series of ones and zeros, so any other interference is ignored, resulting in very
high quality audio.
Interference free reception
Analogue systems suffer from an effect called ‘multipath distortion’. This is caused
because radio waves do not behave in an orderly fashion, but bounce and reflect
off buildings and mountains, etc. DAB sees this as an advantage and uses the
direct and reflected signals to actually reinforce the end result.
No need to re- tune
A single DAB frequency can be used to cover the whole of the UK, so solving
many of the problems experienced with the earlier analogue system.
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Additional Information
DAB Frequency Table
Band III Frequency Table
What is Service and Ensemble?
For more detailed information, please refer to the world DAB forum.
(www. worlddab.org > DAB worldwide > World wide Frequency)
Digital Radio is different from Analog Radio.
Services are bundled into groups, called an ENSEMBLE. Services
are favorite programmes, ensembles are service broadcaster.
Frequency Label
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DAB Information
Frequency
Label Frequency
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Additional Information
Label
174.928
5A
199.360
8C
220.352
11C
176.640
5B
201.072
8D
222.064
11D
178.352
5C
202.928
9A
223.936
12A
180.064
5D
204.640
9B
224.096
12N
181.648
6A
206.352
9C
225.648
12B
183.648
6B
208.064
9D
227.360
12C
185.360
6C
209.936
10A
229.072
12D
187.072
6D
210.096
10N
230.784
13A
188.928
7A
211.648
10B
232.496
13B
190.640
7B
213.360
10C
234.208
13C
192.352
7C
215.928
10D
235.776
13D
194.064
7D
216.928
11A
237.488
13E
195.936
8A
217.088
11N
239.200
13F
197.648
8B
218.640
11B
Digital One
ENSEMBLE
Classic FM
SERVICE
talk SPORT
CE Digital
PrimeTimeRadio
In service information, you can check artist, song title, present time,
program type, etc.
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Additional Information
Trouble Shooting
Fault
Product Specification
Solution
Category
Model Name
The Player does not
turn on
DAB signal cannot be
received
After saving files in the
ATMT, “No File”
appears in the screen
No Audio
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LCD dim
Replace battery.
Check polarity of battery.
Adjust position of earphone antenna.
Use the included earphone.
Check if you are out of available DAB
service area.
Try to tune other channels..
Check to see if MP3 or WMA files are
saved in the built- in memory
Earphone is not properly plugged in or
malfunctioning.
Volume is fully turned down, adjust
volume
Adjust the contrast of the LCD display
Frequency Range
Specification
MP170
DAB - Band III: 174 MHz ~ 240 MHz
Audio - 20 Hz ~ 20 KHz
Antenna
Earphone
Battery
AA Alkaline x 1 ( not included )
Audio Output Power
24mW + 24mW(L+R) @16
S/N Ratio
85dB
Memory Capacity
1 GB
File System
FAT16 / FAT32
File support type
MP2(MUSICAM) / MP3 / WMA
File support Bit Rate
DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
Additional Information
DAB - Up to 384kbps
Music - Full Bit Rate
DAB Record
Up to 1-hour @192Kbps, UEP3
Dimension
39 x 80 x 29mm
Weight
40g (without battery)
Operating Temperature -5°C ~ +35°C
* 1 MB = 1,000,000 Bytes / 1 GB = 1,000 MB = 1,000,000,000 Bytes
Not all memory available for storage. Memory is not expandable.
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