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Mp3/wma player + digital voice recorder fm tuner + usb flash drive
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Kanguru Audio Flash
USB2.0
User's Manual
MP3/WMA Player + Digital Voice Recorder
FM Tuner + USB Flash Drive
Copyright 2004, All Rights Reserved.
This manual applies to 1.1 or later versions of the Kanguru Audio Flash.

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  • Page 1 Kanguru Audio Flash USB2.0 User’s Manual MP3/WMA Player + Digital Voice Recorder FM Tuner + USB Flash Drive Copyright 2004, All Rights Reserved. This manual applies to 1.1 or later versions of the Kanguru Audio Flash.
  • Page 2 Corporation. All other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. Kanguru Solutions will not be held responsible for any illegal use of this product nor any losses incurred while using this product. The user is responsible for the copyright laws, and is fully responsible for any illegal actions taken.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME... 5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ... 6 PACKAGE CONTENTS ... 7 QUICK START ... 8 OPERATIONAL NOTES ... 9 PLAYER CONTROLS ... 10 FRONT VIEW ... 10 BUTTONS ... 11 LCD ... 12 TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF... 13 PLAYING MP3 MUSIC ...
  • Page 4 SETTINGS: AUTO OFF ... 21 SETTINGS: REC SAMPLE... 22 DELETING FILES ... 24 REPEAT A-B MODE ... 25 INFORMATION ... 26 LOADING & MANAGING AUDIO FILES... 27 CONNECTING TO YOUR PC ... 27 DISCLAIMER ... 29 WARRANTY... 30 TECH SUPPORT ... 30...
  • Page 5: Welcome

    Word, PowerPoint, or any other file you need while on the go. The Kanguru Audio Flash will play all files with an MP3 or WMA extension! Plug this mini MP3 player directly into any USB port for quick, easy...
  • Page 6: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications - Supports USB specification version 2.0 - Transferring rate up to 12Mbit per second at “Full Speed”. - Supports Windows 2000, ME, XP, Mac OS 9.2 or above and Linux 2.4.0 or above without device driver. - Supports Windows 98/98SE with device driver. - Key lock / write protect switch.
  • Page 7: Package Contents

    Package Contents Installing CD USB line Earphone Manual AAA battery Line-in line...
  • Page 8: Quick Start

    Quick Start Please note, the following instructions are intended to give you a brief overview, allowing you to use the player right away. For detailed instructions please refer to the rest of this manual. 1. Remove the back cover and insert the included AAA battery.
  • Page 9: Operational Notes

    2. The MP3 player should be kept in areas free from extreme temperature changes, moisture, and dust. 3. The MP3 player cannot be turned on if the HOLD switch is in the ON position. 4. Please change the battery when indicator appears and “Low Battery”...
  • Page 10: Player Controls

    Player Controls Front View FF/Mode/Rew A-B Repeat USB port Play/pause/power...
  • Page 11: Buttons

    Menu Button VOL + VOL - Play/Pause/Power Hold Hold Repeat A-B/Rec Equalizer...
  • Page 12: Lcd

    Loop mode Repeating sign EQ effect Playing mode Volume Cantante Track Playing time Singer File name Repeat modes: Repeat, Repeat All, Random, Preview and Normal. Equalizer modes: Jazz, Classic, Rock, Pop and Normal. Locked status Battery...
  • Page 13: Turning The Power On/Off

    Turning the power on/off To turn on the MP3 player, press and hold the PLAY button for 2 seconds. “Power On” will be displayed on the LCD screen. To turn off the MP3 player, press and hold the PLAY button for 3 seconds. “Continue Holding to Power...
  • Page 14: Playing Mp3 Music

    The 001-006 means there are 6 songs loaded on this particular MP3 player, currently on song #1. 2. When you press Play/Stop button again, the current track will be played as shown above. The top left corner is the playback time indicator.
  • Page 15: Volume Control

    Volume Control The volume steps (see illustration) will increase or decrease when the VOL+/VOL- button is pressed correspondingly. There are 32 volume steps and the volume level ranges from 0 to 31.
  • Page 16: Menu Mode

    1. To enter the Menu mode, press down on the Menu button. The LCD will display the following: Music Voice FM Tuner Setting Delete File Information Record Return 2. To select an option, use the Menu button to scroll to the desired option. Then press down on the Menu button to enter that selection.
  • Page 17: Voice Recording Function

    Voice Recording Function There are two ways you can enter the Voice Recording function. 1. Press down on the Menu button to enter the Menu Mode, and scroll to the Record function. Press down on the mode button to begin recording. 2.
  • Page 18: Fm Tuner

    FM Tuner 1. Press down on the Menu button to enter the Menu Mode, and scroll to the FM Tuner function. Press down on the mode button to enter the FR Tuner function. 2. You are now in the FM preset mode. This mode has 20 fixed channels for your selection.
  • Page 19: Settings: Eq (Equalizer)

    Settings: EQ (Equalizer) There are 5 Equalizer modes to select from: Jazz, Classic, Rock, Pop, and Normal. 1. Enter the Mode Menu and select the Settings option. 2. Select the EQ (Equalizer) option by pushing the mode button. 3. Scroll to the desired EQ setting (Jazz, Classic, Rock, Pop, or Normal) and press down on the Mode button to select that setting.
  • Page 20: Settings: Repeat

    Settings: Repeat You can adjust the way files are played on your MP3 player to one of 5 modes: Normal: Plays the MP3s in order and stops after the last file has been played. This is the default playback setting.
  • Page 21: Settings: Auto Off

    Settings: Auto OFF You can set your Kanguru Audio Flash to automatically turn off after a certain period of time. 1. Enter the Mode Menu and enter the Settings option. 2. Select the Auto Off option. 3. Scroll to the desired shut down time and press down on the Menu button.
  • Page 22: Settings: Rec Sample

    Settings: Rec Sample You adjust the sampling rate of your voice recordings to improve the playback quality. Please note that recording at higher sample rates increases the file size of the recording. To change the sample rate, please do the following: 1.
  • Page 23 adjust, you can press up or down to move to Encoder and Quality. 5. The Encoder has two selections: MP3 and WAV. This means that if you select MP3 under the Microphone function, then everything you record on the voice recorder will be saved in the MP3 format. 6.
  • Page 24: Deleting Files

    You can delete files from your MP3 player in 3 different ways: Directly from the player. Use the MP3 management software. Use Windows Explorer. To delete files directly from the player, please follow these steps: 1. Enter the Mode Menu and select the Delete option.
  • Page 25: Repeat A-B Mode

    Repeat A-B Mode The MP3 player has a built in feature that allows you to repeat a certain part of an audio track. This can be a useful tool for things such as language learning or memorization. Please follow these steps to repeat a portion of a file: 1.
  • Page 26: Information

    Information You could examine the memory usage of the MP3 player without being connected to the PC. 1. Enter the Mode Menu and select the Memory Info option. The internal memory info will be displayed on the LCD screen showing the total capacity as well as the amount of free memory.
  • Page 27: Loading & Managing Audio Files

    Loading & Managing Audio Files Connecting to your PC To load audio files or data onto your MP3 player you must connect the drive to a PC. If you are on Windows 98/98SE you will need to load drivers before connecting the drive. To install the Win98 drivers you must run the MP3 management software (setup.exe) from the Drivers CD included...
  • Page 28 4. You can now transfer audio files to this drive manually, but we recommend using the MP3 Management Software included with your drive.
  • Page 29: Disclaimer

    Disclaimer All the information in this document is subject to change without prior notice. The manufacturer does not make any representations or any warranties (implied or otherwise) regarding the accuracy and completeness of this document and shall in no event be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damage, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential, or other damages.
  • Page 30: Warranty

    90 days labor. Tech Support If you experience any problems installing your Kanguru Audio Flash MP3 player or have any technical questions regarding any of our products, please call our tech support department. Our tech support is free and available Monday thru Friday,...

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