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Summary of Contents

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Key Features ... 3 System Requirements... 4 Package Content ... 5 Before Using ... 5 Connect to a PC and download audio files ... 5 Removing the player from the PC safely ... 5 Charge the battery... 6 Keys Description ... 7 Power On/Off ...

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     Do not subject the device to severe impact or drop it from high position.  Do not use the player in extreme hot or cold, dusty or damp field. Do not expose it to direct sunshine.  Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. ...

  • Page 4: Key Features

    MP3 & WMA Player   AVI Video player  JPEG image viewer  Folder Navigation  Voice Recorder  Stereo FM radio  FM Recording  Removable Storage Device  Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery Customized settings  Key Features...

  • Page 5: System Requirements

     Hardware: IBM PC & Compatible PC, Notebook with USB interface  Operating System: -Microsoft Windows SE or later version Intel Pentium II 200 MHz or above 128 MB RAM -Mac OSX V 10.0 or later version Power PC G5 800MHz or above 512 MB RAM -Linux OS Kernel V2.4.0 or later version Intel Pentium II 200MHz or above...

  • Page 6: Package Content, Before Using, Connect To A Pc And Download Audio Files

     Main Unit Stereo earphones   USB cable  User Manual  Application CD 4.1 Connect to a PC and download audio files This player is plug & play for WIN2000/XP/ME/Vista OS. But for Windows98/SE, you are required to install a driver before connection. To connect it with PC for transferring files, (1) Plug the larger end of the USB cable to the USB port of the PC, and plug the smaller end to the USB port of the player.

  • Page 7: Charge The Battery

    Drive (X)” . (3) When you are prompted to remove the device, pull out the player. For Win98, please make sure the data transfer is completed before unplugging the MP3 player. Charge the battery The device has a built-in lithium-icon rechargeable battery. It is charged via USB connection. You are required to charge it when you use it for the first time.

  • Page 8: Keys Description

    LCD Display Play/Pause: Turn on or turn off the device. Also play or pause audios. MENU: Hold for a while to enter the main menu. Briefly press to confirm the selection or enter the folder navigation mode. Previous: Play the previous track. Keys Description Next: Play the next track.

  • Page 9: Power On/off, Basic Operation

    To power on, (1) Slide the Power Switch to the right to turn on the power. (2) Press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE button until you see prompt on the display. To power off, (1) Press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE button until you see prompt on the display. (2) Slide the Power Switch to the left to turn off the power.

  • Page 10: Playing Music, Enter The Music Mode, Folder Navigation

    Fast Forward Press and hold the NEXT button. Rewind Press and hold the PREVIOUS button. A-B Repeat To repeat a specified section of a track, (1) During playing, press and hold the VOL+ button to select the start (2) Press and hold the VOL+ button again to select the stop point. (3) To stop A-B repeat, press the VOL+ button.

  • Page 11: Playing Videos

    (2) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select a folder or track, and press the MENU button to confirm selection, or press the PLAY/PAUSE button to return. (1) Press and hold the MENU button to display the main menu. (2) Use the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select the “ Video”menu, and press the MENU button to enter the video player mode.

  • Page 12: Viewing Photos, Reading E-book, Reading

    To view photos, (1) Press and hold the MENU button to display the main menu. (2) Select “ Photo”and press the MENU button to confirm. (3) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select a folder or image, and press the MENU to confirm.

  • Page 13: Using Bookmark

    the selected file. (4) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to page up or page down manually, or press the PLAY/PAUSE button to page up or down automatically (by setting the time interval between 1 and 5 in Settings/Auto Slide show/Text). (5) During reading, you can use the bookmark to mark the page for resuming reading later. For information about bookmark, see “...

  • Page 14: Browsing All Files, Voice Recording

    To browse all files stored in the player, (1) Press and hold the MENU button to display the main menu. (2) Select“Explorer” ,and press the MENU button to enter the browser mode. (3) Press PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select a file that you want to view, and press the MENU button to play or display it.

  • Page 15: Deleting Files, Fm Radio.

    To delete a file, (1) Select “ Explorer”on the main menu to enter the folder navigate mode. (2) Briefly press the VOL- button to display a dialogue box. (3) Use the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select “ YES” and press the MENU button to confirm.

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     Save stations To save the found stations, (1) Shortly press the MENU button to activate the submenus. (2) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select “ mem”and press the MENU button to confirm. (3) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select an empty location for the station, and press the PLAY/PAUSE button to continue.

  • Page 17: Customizing Settings

     Delete stations (1) Shortly press the MENU button to activate submenus. (2) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select “ Del”menu and press the MENU button to continue. (3) Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select the station that you want to delete, and press the PLAY/PAUSE button to continue.

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    Music Repeat mode Play mode Preset EQ User EQ set (User-defined equalizer setting) Once(Play current track once and then stop) Repeat One (Repeat current track) Folder(Play all audio files in the current folder and stop after playing) Folder Rep.(Repeat all audio files in the current folder) Normal(Play all audio files stored in the player and stop after playing all)...

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    FM Radio Stereo SW (Enable disable effect) FM region Record REC Quality REC Volume Auto Slide Show Text Browse (Set interval between the previous and the next page when the device is in auto page up/down mode.) Photo Browse (Set interval between the previous and the next slide in auto slide show mode.) Display Backlight...

  • Page 20: Troubleshooting

    Sleep Timer Off, 10 minutes, 15minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 120 minutes (Set continuous playing time before the player turned automatically.) Language Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, French, ( Select language German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, etc. which on-screen text is displayed) Problem...

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    audio file. player cannot connected to the PC. displayed time changing constantly. The PC has error when you plug and unplug the player. Total memory displayed on player accordance with the marked amount. Some of the MP3 files cannot be played properly. Bad audio file.

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    The video cannot be played. photo cannot displayed The TXT file cannot be read not support. file format supported. The video data is corrupted. file format supported. image resolution beyond limitation device. file format supported. unsupported MP3 files. Make sure the video is in AVI format.

  • Page 23: Converting Video To Avi Format

    Note: Before installing the AVI converter, make sure that the Windows OS is installed with DirectX9.0 or above. Before you download videos to the device, make sure they are AVI files and can be played by the device. If not, convert them using the included converting tool on the driver CD. The following steps show how to convert: 1) Install the AVI Converter (1) Place the included CD on the CD-ROM tray...

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    (4) Select an installation interface language. (5) Click “Next”to continue. Browse to a destination for the installation.

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    (6) Click “Install”to start installation. (7) Wait for the installation to be completed before you see the following window. Click “Finish” to finish installation.

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    2) Use the AVI converter (1) Select “Program files” → “AVI Converter”on the Start menu to see the following window. (2) Click button to display “Conversion Setting”window. (3) For the “Source File” field, specify the file that you want to convert by clicking the button on the right.

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    (4) Be sure to select the correct resolution – 128x128 to match your player’ s screen, otherwise the conversion may fail. (5) Set the conversion quality in the Quality field and display mode in the Aspect Ratio filed. (6) Click “Save”to save your setting. To convert another file, repeat the steps above. (7) Click “close”button to close the setting window.

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    (8) Click “Convert Now”to start converting. (9) Click “Finish”after the converting is finished.

  • Page 29: Technical Specifications

    Item Capacity Battery Type Battery Life LCD Display Earphone Power Video Format Audio Format Photo Format Image Resolution Bit Rate USB Port Operational Temperature Storage Temperature Operational Relative Humidity * Storage Relative Humidity * 19. Technical Specifications 128MB or above Rechargeable Lithium Battery 8 –10 hours 1.5-inch CSTN screen...

  • Page 30: Notice, Listening Cautions

     Make sure all keys are enabled before operation. If they are locked, hold down the MENU and VOL- button to unlock them.  Please charge the battery immediately when the display indicates low battery, or the device will be powered off automatically. ...

  • Page 31: Precautions

     Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing “ comfort level”adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds “ normal”can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. To establish a safe level: Start your volume control at a low setting.

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    7). When player is being formatted or transferring a file, do not interrupt the connection. Otherwise, data may be corrupt of lost. 8). When the player is used as a portable HD, please use only per instructions. Otherwise, permanent data loss could occur.

  • Page 33: Fcc Caution, Fcc Compliance

    FCC Caution: this equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

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    Nextar, Inc. Any unauthorized distribution of this manual is expressly forbidden. © 2008 Nextar (Hong Kong) Limited. Nextar is a trademark and service mark of Nextar (Hong Kong) Limited. All other brand names, trademarks and service marks are property of their owners.

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