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Ematic em200vid: user guide
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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ... 1 Important Safety Precautions... 2 Features ... 3 Location of Controls ... 4 Connecting with the Computer ... 5 System requirements ... 5 Installing the drive for windows 98 SE ... 5 Connecting player to computer ... 6 Loading files to the player ...
  • Page 3 Skipping tracks ... 14 Searching backward or forward within a track ... 14 A-B function ... 14 Using the music menu ... 15 Displaying lyric synchronously ... 18 Listening to the FM Radio ... 19 Display ... 20 Changing search mode... 20 Automatic searching and storing the frequencies ...
  • Page 4 Using the picture menu ... 30 Reading E-book... 31 Moving to previous/next page ... 31 Managing the Files ... 32 Browsing all files ... 32 Deleting a file ... 32 Settings ... 33 Navigating the settings menu... 33 Setting USB mode ... 34 Setting time...
  • 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 many 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 unexpected accident.
  • 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. Do not touch the player with bare hands if the built-in battery is leaking.
  • Page 7: Features

    It’s not recommended that you use the earphones at a high volume for an extended time as this may cause hearing damage. Features 2.0 inch TFT color LCD (262K color, 176×220 pixel) Built-in rechargeable Li-polymer battery Dual earphone jacks USB 2.0 high speed transmission Features microSD™...
  • Page 8: Location Of Controls

    Location of Controls ] Power On/Off FUNC microSD card slot Screen display [ ] Up /Volume up [ ] Right [ ] Down / Volume down [ ] Left [ ] Play/Pause Reset hole Microphone Dual earphone jacks USB cable connection port...
  • Page 9: Connecting With The Computer

    Connecting with the Computer System requirements You computer system must meet the following specifications: Pentium 200MHz or above Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP 120MB of available hard disk space USB port supported CD-ROM drive Installing the drive for windows 98 SE If your computer is running Windows ME/2000/XP, no driver is required to install. If your computer is running Windows 98 SE, you must install the drive provided on the CD before connecting the player to your computer.
  • 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 standard mode, also the Media Storage Class mode (MSC mode).
  • 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: Using Microsd™ (Tf) Card Slot To Add Memory

    Using microSD™ (TF) Card Slot to Add Memory The MP3 player includes a microSD card slot that enables you add up to 4GB of additional memory to your player. Located the microSD card slot on the right side of your player. Remove the rubber cover to open the slot.
  • Page 15: Basic Operation

    Selecting main menu or mode The MP3 player has different modes. Touch and hold [ ] for approx. 1 second to open the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select an item and touch [ ] to confirm your selection. All available options are listed as the below table.
  • Page 16 E-book view E-Book File browse and deleting File USB mode Setup Time Power Language Display Record Sys tools Storage Hold Time MTP | MSC Adjust Time zone Auto off: 15 minutes | 30 minutes | 45 minutes | 60 minutes | 90 minutes | Close Always on: Yes | No English | German | Italian | Spanish | French | Dutch | Portuguese | Hungarian Brightness: High | Medium | Low...
  • Page 17: 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 options selected by default.
  • Page 18: Pausing Playback

    Pausing playback While a song is playing, touch [ ] to pause the playback. To resume the playback, touch [ ] once again. Skipping tracks Touch [ ] to skip to the previous track. Touch [ ] to skip to the next track. Searching backward or forward within a track Touch and hold [ ] to search backward within a track.
  • Page 19: 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: To exit the menu, press the [ FUNC] button or touch [ To set play mode The play mode setting enables you to select a play mode to enjoy the music in desired order.
  • Page 20 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 [FUNC] button while listening to music. The music menu appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select Equalizer, and touch [ ].
  • Page 21 To set 3D effect Press the [FUNC] button while listening to music. The music menu appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select 3D, and touch [ ]. The 3D menu appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select On or Off. Touch [ ] to confirm and exit. To set play rate Press the [FUNC] button while listening to music.
  • Page 22: Displaying Lyric Synchronously

    To navigate music files Press the [FUNC] button while listening to music. The music menu appears on the screen Use [ ] or [ ] to select File, and touch [ ]. The music file list appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select a folder or file and touch [ ] to open the folder or play the selected file.
  • Page 23: Listening To The Fm Radio

    Select the FM using [ ] or [ ] and touch [ ] to enter the FM mode. 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. The unit will start to play the first channel automatically after finishing the search.
  • Page 24: Display

    Display Clock time Key locked indicator Volume indicator Remaining battery power indicator FM frequency scope Changing search mode Press the [FUNC] button to open the FM Radio sub-menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select Change Mode and touch [ ]. Use [ ] or [ ] to select Scan or Preset, then touch [ ] to confirm.
  • Page 25: Automatic Searching And Storing The Frequencies

    Press the [FUNC] button to open the FM Radio sub-menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select the Auto Scan and touch [ ] to start the search. The MP3 player automatically searches for all radio stations with the strongest reception and save them in the 20 memory locations (CH01-CH20). The unit will switch to Preset mode and start to play the first channel automatically after finishing the search.
  • Page 26: Selecting Fm Region

    Selecting FM region When you travel overseas, change the FM region to search the local radio station. Press the [FUNC] button to open the FM Radio sub-menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select FM Region and touch [ ]. Use [ ] or [ ] to select a FM region from USA (87.5-108.0), EUR (87.5-108.0) and JPN(76.0-90.0), then touch [ ] to confirm.
  • Page 27: Voice Recording And Playing

    To complete recording or exit the recording mode, press the [FUNC] button. The player will go to the Voice playback interface. The recorded voice files are saved in the VOICE folder of the MP3 player as WAV files (format: MIC00001.WAV, MIC00002.WAV).
  • Page 28: Listening To The Recordings

    Listening to the recordings All recordings can be played in the voice mode. Touch and hold [ ] to open the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select the VOICE mode and touch [ ]. The screen displays the voice mode and will be in stop mode.
  • Page 29: Setting The Recording Quality

    Setting the recording quality Before starting the recording, you can set the recording quality. Touch and hold [ ] to open the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select SETUP mode and touch [ ]. The SETUP menu appears. Use [ ] or [ ] to select Record and touch [ ].
  • Page 30: Watching Video

    Watching Video This player supports the playback of videos in MTV format. Touch and hold [ ] to enter the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select VIDEO and touch [ ]. The video list appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select a folder or video and touch [ ] to open the folder or play the selected video.
  • Page 31: Using The Video Menu

    Release the button when you have move to the desired position. The file will be played back from the searched point. Using the video menu The video menu allows you to manage all factors of watching, such as repeating tracks and setting video OSD color. Note: Once you press the [FUNC] button to enter the video menu, the playback will be stopped.
  • Page 32 Folder Repeat: Play all the files in the current folder repeatedly. Folder Random: Play all the files in the current folder in random. To set video OSD color Press the [FUNC] button while watching video. The video menu appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select Video OSD color and touch [ ].
  • Page 33: Viewing Picture

    Viewing Picture This player supports the playback of pictures in formats of JPG and BMP. Touch and hold [ ] to enter the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select PHOTO and touch [ ]. The picture list appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select a folder or picture and touch [ ] to open the folder or view the selected picture.
  • Page 34: Using The Picture Menu

    Using the picture menu The picture menu allows you select a manner to view the pictures, such as slide show, manual scan. To watch a slide show Press the [FUNC] button while viewing the pictures. The picture menu appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select Slide Show, and touch [ ].
  • Page 35: 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. Touch and hold [ ] to enter the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select EBOOK and touch [ ]. The E-book list appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select a folder or file and touch [ ] to open the folder or view the selected file.
  • Page 36: Managing The Files

    Managing the Files In the File mode, you can browse all files stored in the player and delete the selected file. Browsing all files Touch and hold [ ] to enter the main menu. Use [ ] or [ ] to select FILE and touch [ ]. The file list appears on the screen. Touch [ ] or [ ] to navigate between files or folders.
  • Page 37: Settings

    Navigating the settings menu This section describes how to access and change various features through the MP3 player settings menu. Touch and hold [ ] to open the main menu.
  • Page 38: Setting Usb Mode

    Setting USB mode MSC mode: Media Storage Class mode, which is used to transfer files between the player and your computer using Windows Explorer. MTP mode: Media Transport Protocol mode, which is supported by Windows Media Player 10 or above, and used to synchronize DRM-protected files by Windows Media Player 10 or above.
  • Page 39: Setting Power

    Setting power Auto off: To set the auto off time. The available options include: 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes and Close. Always on Yes: The player will be always on while playing. However, it will turn off automatically in any other mode if no button is pressed for the set time.
  • Page 40: Setting Display

    Setting display Brightness: To select the brightness of display from High, Medium and Low. Backlight: To set the LCD off time. The backlight will be off after the set time if no button is pressed. Note: The backlight will never turn off when viewing picture, reading E-book or watching a video. System tools Delete: To delete a file in the file list.
  • Page 41: Storage

    Storage Internal: To select the player as the play source. SD Card: To select the micro SD card as the play source. Note: Please ensure the microSD card is inserted into the card slot when selecting the SD/MMC card. Hold time To specify the key locked time.
  • Page 42: Converting Video To Mtv Or Avi Format

    Converting Video to MTV or AVI Format This player supports the playback of videos in MTV and AVI format. Other formats (e.g. *.mpg, *.rm, *.rmvb, *.wmv) must be converted to MTV or AVI format. The “MTVVideo Converter” is supplied on the CD to enable you to convert the other formats to MTV or AVI format. Insert the provided CD to the CD-ROM driver of your computer.
  • Page 43: 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. Check the connection between the player and PC.
  • Page 44: Specifications

    Specifications Audio Format MP3/WMA Photo Format JPEG/BMP Video Format MTV/AVI MP3 bit Rate 32Kbps ~ 320Kbps WMA bit rate 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps S/N rate ≥85dB Dynamic range ≥80dB Distortion <0.05% Power out 2*5mW(32 ohm load) Battery 530mAh, up to 12 hours playback for music and 4 hours for video Normal//Rock/Pop/Classic/Jazz/Custom EQ/3D Getting Started 2000 songs...