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EM101VID
EM104VID
EM108VIDB
Designed in the United States
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  • Page 1 EM101VID EM104VID EM108VIDB Designed in the United States...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ... 1 Important Safety Precautions ... 2 Features ... 3 Location of Controls... 4 Connecting with Computer ... 5 System requirements ... 5 Installing the driver for windows 98 SE ... 5 Connecting player to computer ... 6 Loading files to the player ... 7 Disconnecting the USB cable ...
  • Page 3 Skipping tracks... 13 Searching backward or forward within a track ... 13 A-B function ... 13 Using the music menu ... 14 Displaying lyric synchronously ... 17 Viewing Picture ... 18 Watching Video ... 19 Pausing playback ... 19 Skipping video files ... 19 Searching backward or forward ...
  • Page 4 Settings ... 27 Navigating the settings menu ... 27 Setting language ... 28 Setting play mode ... 28 Setting record quality ... 29 Setting contrast ... 29 Setting time off ... 30 Reset settings ... 30 Deleting Files ... 31 About ...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Congratulations on purchasing the MP3 Player. Before using the player, read this manual thoroughly and keep it for future reference. This manual will help you use all of the exiting features to make your player view more enjoyable. This manual contains important safety information and correct operation instructions. Read the manual carefully before you use the player in order to avoid any confusion.
  • Page 6: Important Safety Precautions

    Important Safety Precautions Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your player. This will reduce the risk of product damage and personal injury. Do not disassemble, repair or modify the player by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.  Do not dispose of the player in fire to avoid explosion because the player has built-in battery.
  • Page 7: Features

    Features  1.44 inch 65K color CSTN with 128*128 resolution  Built-in rechargeable Li-polymer battery  USB 2.0 high speed transmission  Supports playback of MP3, WMA, WAV and DRM(Digital Rights Management)-protected WMA music files Supports multiple equalizer (EQ) and 3D sound effects ...
  • Page 8: Location Of Controls

    Location of Controls Earphone jack USB cable connection port Display screen Hold switch  ] Previous, Fast Rewind Microphone [−] Volume down [M] Enter main menu, Play/Pause, Confirm [] Volume up RESET hole  ] Next, Fast Forward [ ] Power on/off; Stop; Open FM sub-menu; Return to previous menu.
  • Page 9: Connecting With Computer

    Connecting with Computer System requirements Your computer system must meet the following specifications:  Pentium 200MHz or above Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista  120MB of available hard disk space  USB port supported  CD-ROM drive  Installing the driver for windows 98 SE If your computer is running Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista, no driver is required to install.
  • Page 10: Connecting Player To Computer

    Plug the other end (the smaller end) of the USB cable to the player. For Windows 98 SE/ME /2000 When the MP3 player is connected to your computer, a “Removable Disk” will be created in the “My computer”. This is called the USB ...
  • Page 11: Loading Files To The Player

    Select the “Sync” tab in the window. In the “Sync” window, select “Audio Player”, then drag and drop the DRM-protected WMA files into the “Sync List”. Click on “Start Sync”. You DRM-protected tracks will be synchronized with your MP3 player. Note: The synchronization procedures can also be used to transfer and manage the files without DRM-protected function.
  • Page 12: Disconnecting The Usb Cable

    Disconnecting the USB cable MSC MODE After completing the file transfer, please disconnect the USB cable as the following way: Double click the green arrow “Safety Remove Hardware” in the taskbar on the bottom right of the window. Select “USB Device” and click “Stop”. When the “Stop a Hardware device”...
  • Page 13: Charging The Battery

    Charging the battery The battery of the player is charging automatically when the player is connected to the computer. Make sure the computer is turned on. The battery of the player is 80-percent charged in about two hours and fully charged in about four hours. If you charge the player while loading files to the player, it might take longer.
  • Page 14: Basic Operation

    Selecting main menu or mode The MP3 player has different modes. Press and hold the [M] button for approx. 1 second to open the main menu. Use the [ an item and press the [M] button to confirm your selection. All available options are listed as the below table.
  • Page 15 Music Music playback Photo Photo playback Movie Video playback Voice Voice playback FM Radio FM radio playback and FM recording Mic. Record Voice recording E-Book Text view Settings Language Play Mode Record Settings Contrast Timer Off Reset Delete Delete files and folders About Software version, total and free memory of the player English | German | Italian | Spanish | French | Dutch | Portuguese...
  • Page 16: Listening To Music

    Make sure that the battery is enough and the earphone is connected correctly. Press and hold the [ ] button to turn on the player. The DISPLAY lights up. The MP3 player enters Main menu with Music option selected by default.
  • Page 17: Pausing Playback

    Pausing playback While a song is playing, press the [M] button to pause the playback. To resume the playback, press the [M] button once again. Skipping tracks Press the [  ] button to skip to the previous track.  Press the [ ...
  • Page 18: Using The Music Menu

    Using the music menu The music menu allows you to manage all factors of listening, such as repeating tracks, selecting equalizers, and so on. Note: After finishing the music setting, press the [ ] button to exit the music setting menu. To set play mode The play mode setting enables you to select a play mode to enjoy the music in desired order.
  • Page 19 To set equalizer The equalizer setting enables you to select an equalizer from the six preset equalizer settings to suit the type of audio output or customize your personal equalizer effect. Press the [ ] button while listening to music. The music menu appears on the screen. Use the [ ...
  • Page 20 To set 3D effect Press the [ ] button while listening to music. The music menu appears on the screen. Use the [  ] or [  ] button to select 3D, and press the [M] button. The 3D menu appears on the screen. Use the [ ...
  • Page 21: Displaying Lyric Synchronously

    To navigate music files Press the [ ] button while listening to music. The music menu appears on the screen Use the [ ] or [ ] button to select File, and press the [M] button. The music file list appears on the ...
  • Page 22: Viewing Picture

    Viewing Picture This player supports the playback of pictures in formats of JPEG and BMP. Press and hold the [M] button to enter the main menu. Use the [  ] or [  ] button to select Photo and press the [M] button. The picture menu appears on the screen.
  • Page 23: Watching Video

    Watching Video This player supports the playback of converted videos in MTV format. Press and hold the [M] button to enter the main menu. Use the [  ] or [  ] button to select Movie and press the [M] button. The first video will appear on the screen in STOP mode.
  • Page 24: Setting Video Repeat Mode

    Setting video repeat mode You to select a mode to enjoy the movie in desired order. Press the [ ] button to stop the playback. Press the [ ] button again to open the video menu, and select Repeat and press the [M] button. Use the [ ...
  • Page 25: Listening To The Fm Radio

    Select the FM Radio using the [  The MP3 player automatically searches for all radio stations with the strongest reception and save them in the 20 memory locations if you use the FM Radio function for the first time or restore all default settings.
  • Page 26: Manually Searching A Frequency

    Manually searching a frequency Press the [  ] or [  ] button to search for the frequency you want. Automatically searching a frequency Push and hold [  ] or [  ] button to automatically search for radio stations with strong signal forward or backward. Selecting FM region Before starting automatic or manual searching, you can select desired FM region.
  • Page 27: Automatic Searching And Storing The Frequencies

    Connecting with Computer System requirements Your computer system must meet the following specifications:  Pentium 200MHz or above Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista  120MB of available hard disk space  USB port supported  CD-ROM drive  Installing the driver for windows 98 SE If your computer is running Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista, no driver is required to install.
  • Page 28: Recording Voice

    To save recording and return to main menu, press the [ ] button. The player will go to the Voice playback interface. The recorded files are saved in the MICIN.DIR folder of the MP3 player as WAV files (format: MIC0000X.WAV) and can be listened to in the Voice mode.
  • Page 29: Listening To Recordings

    Listening to Recordings All recordings can be played in the voice mode. Press and hold the [M] button to enter the main menu. Use the [  ] or [  ] button to select the Voice and press the [M] button. The screen displays the voice mode and will be in stop mode.
  • Page 30: Reading E-Book

    Reading E-book This player only supports the playback of files in TXT format. Other formats must be saved as TXT format before transfer. Press and hold the [M] button to enter the main menu. Use the [  ] or [ ...
  • Page 31: Settings

    , storage, reset, etc. Navigating the settings menu This section describes how to access and change various features through the MP3 player settings menu. Press and hold the [M] button to open the main menu. Select the Settings using the [ ...
  • Page 32: Setting Language

    Setting language  To select a desired menu language. Setting play mode To select the repeat mode for the music, voice and movie playback.  Normal: Play all saved files in order once. Repeat One: Play the current or selected file repeatedly. Repeat All: Play all the files in order repeatedly.
  • Page 33: Setting Record Quality

    Setting record quality  To set the microphone recording quality. Note: The higher frequency means the higher quality, however, the recordable time will be shorten. Setting contrast To adjust the contrast of screen display. ...
  • Page 34: Setting Time Off

    Setting time off  Stop Off: To set the shutdown time. The player will turn off automatically if the player is non-usage for the set time.  Sleep Off: To set the sleep time. The player will turn off automatically after the set time. Backlight Off: To set the LCD off time.
  • Page 35: Deleting Files

    Deleting Files In the Delete mode, you can delete the files and folders stored on your player without a computer. Press and hold the [M] button to enter the main menu. Use the [  ] or [  ] button to select Delete and press the [M] button. The file list appears on the screen. Press the [ ...
  • Page 36: Converting Video To Mtv Format

    Converting Video to MTV Format This player supports the playback of videos in MTV format. Other formats (AVI, WMV, MEPG1, Quick Time, MPEG2, RealMedia, MPEG4, 3GP) must be converted to MTV format. The “MTVVideo Converter” is supplied on the CD to enable you to convert the other formats to MTV format. Insert the provided CD to the CD-ROM driver of your computer.
  • Page 37 Click Input Video, and then select the input source from the Open dialog box. Note: If your video files (e.g. MP4 file) cannot be found in the Open dialog box, select All Files (*.*) in the File of type box. Click Output Video to select an output directory.
  • Page 38: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you have problems in operating your player, please check the points below before sending it to service center. Cannot power on The battery may be exhausted. Please recharge the battery.  Files cannot be downloaded  Check if the driver is installed correctly in the computer. ...
  • Page 39: Specifications

    Specifications Audio Format MP3/WMA Photo Format JPEG/BMP Video Format MP3 bit Rate 8Kbps–320Kbps WMA bit Rate 5Kbps–320Kbps S/N rate ≥80dB Distortion <0.2% Power out 2*1mW(16 ohm load) Battery 350mAh, up to 9 hours playback for music and 4 hours for video Normal//Rock/Pop/Classic/Jazz/Ultra bass/Custom EQ Size 74*40*11.5mm...

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