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Pic 'N Roll
Digital Music Player
MP313X
User's Manual
http://www.truly.net
http://www.picnroll.com

Summary of Contents

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    Pic ’N Roll Digital Music Player MP313X User’s Manual http://www.truly.net http://www.picnroll.com...

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    Do not try to modify any part of this unit. Only use the battery, charger and accessories that are recommended by the manufacturer. Otherwise, it is dangerous and will violate the warranty terms. Pic ’N Roll MP313X...

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    Dispose of this unit and its accessories according to your local environmental regulations. If you have any problems when using this unit, please contact your local dealer or our customer service center. Declarations Truly Electronics Mfg. Ltd. assumes no responsibility for any damaged or loss data caused by accidental deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs or battery replacement.

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    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable operation. FCC Notice:...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction a) Product Features b) Package Contents c) System Requirements d) Connecting to your computer e) Specifications Controls a) Controls/Jacks b) LCD Display c) Power Operations a) Playing Music (1) How to set EQ modes, repeat modes and synchronized lyric display? (2) How to use loop repeating? b) Recording (1) Start Recording...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents c) FM Radio (1) Searching and storing a station (2) Search settings (3) FM recording (4) Delete a station d) Games (1) Slide pictures (2) Push box (3) Calculator (4) How to use options menu while you are playing a game? e) E-book (1) How to use bookmark list? (2) How to set auto flipping, auto flipping...

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    Contents Installing, using and uninstalling TRULY MP313X softwares Appendix Trouble shooting...

  • Page 8: Introduction, A) Product Features

    • Stores up to 250 songs (128KBps) Lyric Display • Edit and input lyric with the included software to display during song playback on your MP313X. FM Radio • 30 Preset Channels / Direct Recording of FM boardcasting SD Card Slot •...

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    • This unit can be used as a removable disk drive without the need to install a driver. (Windows 98 & Mac users will require to install the driver. Please refer to the supplied MP313X Installation Rechargeable Battery • Built-in rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 9 hours of music playback per charge.

  • Page 10: B) Package Contents, C) System Requirements

    b) Package Contents Please check the accessories in the package. Contact your local dealer for any missing accessories. Earphone Charger USB Cable Line In Cable Holder Armband Installation CD Quick Start Manual c) System Requirements Microsoft Windows 98/2000/XP/ME USB port CPU Pentium 200MHz CD-ROM Up to 60MB of available hard-disk space...

  • Page 11: D) Connecting To Your Computer

    USB jack on the unit, and the large connector to a USB port on your computer. WINDOWS 98 USERS: To avoid installation problem, complete installing the driver from the included CD-ROM before connecting the MP313X to the PC. ATTENTION!

  • Page 12: E) Specifications

    Recording length Display Battery Battery recharge time Playing time Maximum output FM frequency range Size MP313X 1GB Built-in Flash memory USB2.0 Full Speed > 600KBps MP3 (8Kbps~384Kbps) WMA (32Kbps~192Kbps) support up to 44.1KHZ approximately (1GB, Medium Quality) STN color LCD, 65536 colors,...

  • Page 13: Controls, A) Controls/jacks

    2. Locations of Controls 2. Locations of Controls a) Controls / jacks (13) (14) (15) (12) (16) (11) (10) (17)

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    (1) Shoulder Strap Hoop Play and Pause track. (2) Microphone Built-in microphone for voice recording. (3) EQ Mode / Play Mode / Bookmarks When in play mode, press to change the EQ mode. When in E-book mode, press to place a bookmark. (4) REC (loop repeating) When in play mode, press to start loop repeating;...

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    (6) Power ( When the unit is off, press and hold to turn on this unit. When the unit is on, press and hold to turn off this unit. When in a submenu, press to go back to the higher-level menu. (7) Previous / Rewind ( Press to go to the previous track.

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    When in a menu, press to select and enter. (12) LCD Display Display the current status of MP313X, for example, the title and total time of the music being played. (Note: The text of a menu will scroll when the length of the text exceeds the width of the display).

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    (15) USB jack / recharge jack When used as a USB jack, connect this unit to your computer using the supplied USB cable. When used as a recharge jack, connect this unit to a charger using the supplied USB cable. (16) RESET When the player is not functioning properly or down, press to restart the player.

  • Page 18: B) Lcd Display

    b) LCD Display Music icon Volume Progress bar of playing EQ mode Current frequency no. Radio icon Progress bar of searching Frequency Setting Current page number Playing Lock Paly mode or loop repeating Total No. of frequencies FM recording FM level SD card Battery status No.

  • Page 19: C) Power

    c) Power There are two ways to recharge the battery: (a) connect this unit to the USB port of your computer using the supplied USB cable, press and hold REC button. (b) connect this unit to the charger using the supplied USB cable, as shown in the figure: LED Indicator light USB Cable...

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    It takes approximately 3 hours to fully recharge a battery. To achieve better battery performance, we recommend charging the unit for an extra hour. If the battery is fully recharged avoid keeping this unit connected to the charger for a long tome.

  • Page 21: Operations

    When Auto Sleep is enabled, if the unit is in standby and there is no operation after the set time, MP313X will automatically turn off to save battery. The Auto Sleep is disabled when the unit is in working modes (playing music or game, browsing photo or texts, receiving radio or recording) or is connected to your computer.

  • Page 22: A) Playing Music

    a) Playing Music In the main menu, as shown in figure 1, press ] or [+/–] to select “Play music” icon, press ] to select and enter the directory or music list, as shown in figure 2, press [+/–] to select a directory or a track and press [ lyric will be displayed when available, as shown in figure 3.

  • Page 23: And Synchronized Lyric Display

    Fig. 4 Fig. 6 Fig. 8 How to set EQ modes, repeat modes and synchronized lyric display? In play mode, press [MENU] to enter the music options menu. Press [+/–] to select EQ Adjust / Repeat Mode / EQ Mode (figure 4). Fig.

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    EQ adjust : Press [+/–] to select “EQ adjust”, press [ enter the EQ adjust submenu (figure 5), press ] or [+/–] to set the value of each frequency. Repeat mode : Press [+/–] to select “repeat mode”, press [ enter the Repeat mode submenu (figure 6), press [+/–] to select Repeat One/ Repeat All / Normal / Random.

  • Page 25: How To Use Loop Repeating

    Synchronized lyric display : when playing a song (MP3/WMA format), the LRC file, which has the same file name and in a same folder as the song being played, will be displayed. characters simultaneously displayed at a time (figure 3). How to use loop repeating Segment [A-B] Repeat: when in playing mode, press [REC] to set the start point A, “...

  • Page 26: B) Recording, Start Recording

    b) Recording This unit support FM recording, voice recording (built-in microphone), and direct recording (Line In). The recording time varies with the selected sound quality and the size of the available memory. In the main menu, press [ “Recording” (Figure 9). Press [ enter recording submenu (figure 10).

  • Page 27: Quick Recording

    Fig. 11 Fig. 13 Quick recording When not in play mode or recording mode, press and hold [REC] to enter the recording submenu. The operations are the same as those in “start recording”. Press [ESC / a confirmation dialogue is shown. The recorded file is automatically saved in the “Voice”...

  • Page 28: Source Selection, Settings

    Sources Selection MIC : built-in microphone. LINE IN : external audio signal input via LINE IN jack. Note : when “MIC” is selected as the recording source, a “Voice” directory will be automatically created. When “LINE IN” is selected as the recording source, an “Audio”...

  • Page 29: Direct Recording Setting

    2) Press [+/–] to select “Quality” and press [ enter the submenu. Press [+/–] to select the recording quality you want: low, normal and high. Press [ the recording setup submenu. Direct recording setting Connect one connector of the supplied LINE IN cable into the LINE IN jack on the unit, and the other connector to a LINE OUT jack of an audio equipment.

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    Fig. 16 c) FM Radio Note: When searching for a station, the earphone serves as an antenna. Therefore, please make sure that the earphone is connected to the unit. Otherwise, the unit will not be able to find any station. In the main menu, press [ “FM Radio”...

  • Page 31: Searching And Storing A Station

    ] to store. Press and hold [ enter automatic search mode and press [ save a station. TRULY MP313X can store up to 30 stations. If there are more than 30 stations, an error message will display (figure19). You will...

  • Page 32: Search Settings

    Fig. 19 Fig. 20 Fig. 21 Search setting Frequency level: Press [+/–] to select “Frequency Level” and press ] to enter the “Frequency Level” submenu. Press [+/–] to select a frequency level (Low level, Mid level or High level) and press [ ] to confirm.

  • Page 33: Fm Recording

    Search step: Press [+/–] to select “Step Setting” and press [ to enter the “Step Setting” submenu. Press [+/–] to select search step (0.010MHz, 0.050MHz or 0.100MHz) and press [ Band Setting: Press [+/–] to select “Band Setting” and press ] to enter the “Band Setting”...

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    Deleting a station In the station list, press [+/–] to select the station you want to delete, press [EQ] button and a “deleting a station” dialogue will pop up (figure21). Press [ ] to delete. If you want to cancel the operation, press [ESC / ]. Fig.

  • Page 35: D) Games

    d) Games In the main menu, press [ ] or [+/–] to select “Games” (figure 22). Press [ ] to enter the “Games” submenu (figure23). Press [+/–] to select [Slide Picture] / [Push Box] / [Calculator] and press ] to enter the selected game. Press [ESC / ] to quit.

  • Page 36: Slide Pictures

    Slide Picture Operations: Press [ ] to start the game. You are allowed to move one step at a time. You can press [EQ] to browse the original picture. Press [ESC / resume the game. Press [ up, down, left, and right to select the piece you want to move.

  • Page 37: Push Box, Calculator, How To Use Options Menu While You Are Playing A Game

    Push Box (figure 27) Operations: Help the worker to push all boxes to the green dot areas. The worker is able to push one box at a time. The worker can enter the green dot areas when necessary. Calculator (figure 28) Operations: Press [ ] to enter the calculator interface.

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    (b) Level: In the options menu, press [+/–] to select “Level” and press [ submenu. Press [+/–] to select the level and press [ (c) Reset: In the options menu, press [+/–] to select “Reset” and press [ (d) Play Music: In the options menu, press [+/–] to select “Play Music”...

  • Page 39: E) E-book

    e) E-Books In the main menu, press [ “E-Book” (figure29). Press [ “E-Book” submenu (figure30) and press [ enter the directory and file list (figure30). Press [+/–] to select the directory or file you want to read and press [ ] to go to the previous or next page.

  • Page 40: How To Use Bookmark List

    Fig. 33 Fig. 34 Fig. 35 How to use bookmark list In the E-book mode, press [EQ] to place a bookmark. A “ ” will be displayed (figure31). A file can have at most one bookmark and up to 4 bookmarks are allowed in the same directory. In the e-book options menu, press [+/–] to select “bookmark list”...

  • Page 41: How To Set Auto Flipping, Auto Flipping Speed And Locate Page

    How to set Auto Flipping, Auto Flipping Speed and Locate Page In the e-book options menu (figure32), press [+/–] to select “Auto Page On” and press [ to enable or disable auto flipping. Fig. 36 In the e-book options menu (figure32), press [+/–] to select “Auto Flipping Speed”...

  • Page 42: How To Enjoy Radio Or Music When You Are Reading An E-book

    How to enjoy radio or music when you are reading an E-book? FM Radio: When in the E-book mode, press [MENU] to enter the options menu. Press [+/–] to select “Enable FM radio” and press [ the station list. Press [+/–] to select the station you want to listen.

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    f) Browsing pictures In the main menu, press [ “Photo Browser” (figure38). Press [ directory and photo list (figure39). Press [+/–] to select a directory or a file and press to confirm and enter the photo browser mode (figure40). Press [+/–] to change pictures.

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    Fig. 38 Fig. 40 Fig. 42 Fig. 44 Fig. 39 Fig. 41 Fig. 43...

  • Page 45: G) System Setup

    g) System Setup In the main menu, pres [ “System Setup” (figure 42). Press [ “System Setup” submenu (figure43, 44). There are seven options: Language, Backlight Timer, Adjust Contrast, System Reset, Power Off Time, Auto Sleep, and Version Info. Language Press [+/–] to select “Language”, press [ enter the submenu.

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    System Reset Press [+/–] to select “System Reset”, press [ to enter the submenu. A “system reset” confirmation dialogue will pop up and press ] to confirm. The unit will be reset. If you want to cancel the operation, press [ESC / System Reset The unit will automatically turn off at the time you set.

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    Auto Sleep Press [+/–] to select “Auto Sleep” press [ set the time. Press [ between hour, minute and second and press [+/–] to adjust the values. Press [ in standby mode, if there is no operation after the time period you set, the system will automatically turn off.

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    Fig. 45 Fig. 47 Memory management: Display the total size of the memory and the size of the available memory at the moment. File information: Press [ ] to browse all directories and files in the root directory. Select a file and press [ to see the folder information.

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    Quick format: A “Quick Format” confirmation dialogue will pop up (figure47). Press [ would like to cancel the operation, press [ESC / ]. (Note: ALL DATA WILL BE ERASED AFTER FORMATTING) Low level format: (same operation as that of quick format) What is the difference between quick format and low level format? The main difference between the two types...

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    Disk select: Press [+/–] to select “Disk Select” and press [ to enter the submenu. Press [+/–] to select the disks, which include local disk and SD card. Press to finish setting and go back to the System Setup submenu. When an SD card is inserted, you can choose either of the two disks as the active disk.

  • Page 51: Removable Drive

    4. Removable Drive When Auto Sleep is enabled, if the unit is in standby and there is no operation after the set time, MP313X will automatically turn off to save battery. The Auto Sleep is disabled when the unit is in working modes...

  • Page 52: Truly Mp313x Softwares

    6. Installing, using and uninstalling 6. Installing, using and uninstalling TRULY MP313X softwares TRULY MP313X softwares Note: the following operations are performed in a Win2000 system. The screenshot may be different when these operations are performed in other operating system.

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    You can find some useful information on how to use this unit by clicking “Read MP313X User Manual”. This manual is in PDF format. If you can not read PDF files, please click “Install Adobe Acrobat Reader” and follow the instructions.

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    Driver for MP313X Win98 Note: in Win98, this unit may not be recognized by operating hardware” dialogue will pop up. Click “next” search for the latest version of driver for this hardware(recommended) select the path: C: \Windows \Inf \other Click “next”...

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    Format Right click on disk J and select “format” (figure 49). Choose “FAT” (Do NOT select FAT32 or NTFS) in the “File System” drop down menu and click “Start” to start formatting. c) Using T-Music Music Manager LRC lyric editor Please see the help files for LRC lyric editor for details.

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    U disk detector If T-Music can not find the player, use U Disk Detector to help the system identifying the Removable Drive. Using Image2Lgo This software will convert files in JPG, BMP, and GIF to Truly’s LGO format that can be best displayed by this player.

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  • Page 58: Appendix, Trouble Shooting

    7. Appendix 7. Appendix Trouble shooting Why can some WMA format songs on the digital player not be played? There are many different music formats for songs on the Internet and many of them are in WMA format. Some of these WMA format songs are subject to DRM (license) copyright protection, which may cause unauthorized copies of some songs to become unplayable.

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    If you have WMA format songs with the corresponding license protection, you still cannot just copy the songs from your PC to the digital player. You need to open Windows Media Player first. From its menu select “document”, “open” and open all the WMA songs you want to copy (if all of them can be played, you can transfer them to your player).

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    Having problems transferring files? Please make sure that the USB cable is properly connected to the player and the PC. Please check that there is enough memory available to accommodate the files that you wish to transfer. Lost data? Some data loss can be caused by an unstable power supply during the transfer process.

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    Therefore some files are smaller than the available memory but still cannot be transferred to the player. Why my SD card in MP313X cannot be recognized as a Removable Drive under Windows 2000? Try downloading Service Pack 4 (SP4) for Windows 2000 and install it to solve this problem.

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    Why I can only download a limited quantity of files into my player while there is plenty of space on it? The number of files you can store in the ROOT directory of a local disk largely depends on the length of file names.

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    Technical Support Please visit our website at www.picnroll.com for the latest product information & downloads. If you are unable to find the solution in the FAQs, please contact us at techsupport@trulyusa.com, or call us at 1-866-pic-n-roll “Pic ’N Roll” is a registered trademark in the US Patent &...

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