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Coby MP610-1G Instruction Manual

Mp3 & video player with fm radio.
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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    MP610-1G MP610-2G MP3 & Video Player with MP610-4G FM Radio Instruction Manual Please read this manual carefully before operation...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table oF ConTenTs ... 2 PaCkage ConTenTs ... 4 FeaTuRes ... 5 ConTRols aT a glanCe ... 6 Disabling the Controls (Hold) ...8 geTTIng sTaRTed ... 9 Charging the Battery ...9 Charging with a Computer ...9 Turning the Player On/Off ... 10 Resetting the Player ...
  • Page 3 Table of Contents exPloReR Mode ...25 Explorer Controls ...25 seTTIngs Mode ...26 TRansFeRRIng FIles To The PlayeR ...28 Transferring with Microsoft Windows ...29 Transferring with Macintosh OS X ...29 Disconnecting from a Computer ...30 Microsoft Windows ...30 Macintosh OS X... 31 VIdeo ConVeRsIon ...32 Installation ...33 Converting Video ...34...
  • Page 4: Package Contents

    Please make sure that the items shown below are included in the package. Should an item be missing, please contact the local retailer from which you purchased this product. COBY MP3 Player USB Cable Instruction Manual & Documentation Professional Stereo Earphones...
  • Page 5: Features

    Features Integrated flash memory  1.8” TFT LCD full-color display  Plays music, video, photos and text  ID3 and LRC support for song and synchro-  nized lyric information display Integrated FM radio  USB 2.0 Hi-speed for fast file transfers ...
  • Page 6: Controls At A Glance

    Controls at a glance Page  Coby Electronics Corporation...
  • Page 7 Controls at a glance Front View LCD Display Menu Button Control Buttons Enter Button Side View Power / Hold Switch Slide and hold the switch down for Power. Slide the switch up for Hold. Bottom View 3.5mm Headphone Jack USB/Charge Port Rear View Reset Button www.cobyusa.com...
  • Page 8: Disabling The Controls (hold)

    Controls at a glance disabling the Controls (hold) When the <POWER> switch is set to the “Hold” position, your player’s controls are disabled. To disable the controls, slide the <POWER> switch up until it clicks into the “Hold” position. To enable the controls, slide the <POWER> switch down to release it from the “Hold”...
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    getting started Charging the battery Your player has an integrated rechargeable battery. Upon initial use, the battery should be charged fully to ensure optimal performance and battery life. If the player has not been used in a while, the bat- tery may need to be recharged overnight (about 8 hours).
  • Page 10: Turning The Player On/off

    getting started Turning the Player on/off To turn the player on, slide the <POWER> switch down and hold it until the screen turns on. To turn the player off, slide the <POWER> switch down and hold it until the screen turns off. Resetting the Player Reset the player if it should freeze and not respond or otherwise malfunction.
  • Page 11: Main Menu

    Main Menu When you turn on the player, you will see the Main menu. The Main menu gives you access to the differ- ent function modes of your player. These modes are: Music: Browse and play music. Pictures: Browse and view pictures. Movies: Browse and play movies.
  • Page 12: Music Mode

    Music Mode Browse for and play your music files. If you have loaded new music files onto the player, the music library will need to be refreshed when you enter Music mode. This process may take several minutes. You will not be able to access the Music Browser screen until you refresh the music library.
  • Page 13 Music Mode If your music files contain ID3 song information tags, you will be able to view your tracks by Artist, Album, or Genre. To view all files (including those that do not contain ID3 information), select “All Songs” or use the “Browser”...
  • Page 14: Now Playing Controls (music Playback)

    Music Mode now Playing Controls (Music Playback) To start playing music, browse for a song and then press <ENTER> to start playback. When a song is playing, the Now Playing screen appears (see below). Play Mode Play Status File Name Artist Album Elapsed Time...
  • Page 15: Quick Option Menu

    Music Mode The following functions may be performed from the Now Playing screen. Function To play the next track To play the previous track To forward-scan quickly through the current track To reverse-scan quickly through the current track To pause/resume playback To access the Quick Option menu (see below for details) To adjust the volume level...
  • Page 16 Music Mode Equalizer Select a digital equalizer preset to optimize the way the player processes audio signals. The options are: Normal, Pop, Rock, Classic, Jazz, and Bass. Repeat Change the repeat options to adjust the order in which tracks are played. Item Normal Repeat One...
  • Page 17: Pictures Mode

    Pictures Mode Browse for and view your photo files (JPG). For more information about how to get pictures onto your player, please refer to the section “Transferring Files to the Player”. Picture browser Controls When you choose PICTURES mode from the Main menu, you will see the Picture Browser screen.
  • Page 18: Picture Viewer Controls

    Pictures Mode Function To return to the Main menu Picture Viewer Controls To view a picture, browse through the thumbnail pictures and then press <ENTER>. The following functions may be performed from the Picture Viewer screen. Function To view the next picture To view the previous picture To start or stop slideshow mode...
  • Page 19: Movies Mode

    Movies Mode Browse for and play your movie files. Your player supports MTV files encoded at 160 x 128 and 25 fps. Videos may need to be encoded with the included software for device playback. For more information about converting video, please refer to the section “Movie Conversion”.
  • Page 20: Movie Playback Controls

    Movies Mode Movie Playback Controls When a movie is playing, hold the player horizontally (land- scape). The orientation of the controls will change accordingly. Use the following controls during movie playback. (The name of the controls are still given as if you were holding the player vertically.) Function To play the next movie...
  • Page 21: Radio Mode

    Radio Mode Listen to FM radio broadcasts. You must have a pair of headphones connected to the headphone jack to receive FM broadcasts; your player will utilize the headphone cord as an antenna. Radio Tuning Controls When you choose RADIO from the Main menu, you will see the Radio Tuning screen.
  • Page 22 Radio Mode Function To scan to the next lowest sta- tion (normal mode only) To save the current station as a preset station (normal mode) To delete the current preset station (preset mode) To adjust the volume level To return to the Main menu Page  Key Action Hold <LEFT>...
  • Page 23: E-books Mode

    e-books Mode Read text files loaded on your player (TXT). For more information about how to get text files onto your player, please refer to the section “Transferring Files to the Player”. e-book browser Controls When you choose E-BOOKS from the Main menu, you will see the E-Book Browser Screen.
  • Page 24: E-book Reader Controls

    e-books Mode e-book Reader Controls When reading a text file, hold the player horizontally (landscape). The orientation of the controls will change accordingly. Use the following controls while reading text. (The name of the controls are still given as if you were holding the player vertically.) Function To read the next page...
  • Page 25: Explorer Mode

    explorer Mode Enter Explorer mode to view and delete folders and files loaded on your player. To enter Explorer mode, select and confirm EXPLORER from the Main Menu. explorer Controls When you choose EXPLORER mode from the Main menu, you will see the File Explorer screen. You can find and delete files or folders from the player.
  • Page 26: Settings Mode

    settings Mode Enter the Settings mode to set your player’s system options. To enter Settings mode, select SETTINGS in the Main menu. Function To browse through the options To select an item To cancel and return to the previous screen To return to the Main menu The following options are available.
  • Page 27 settings Mode Item Display Format Reset Sys Info Sort www.cobyusa.com Description Backlight Adjust the duration of time (in sec- onds) that the backlight will remain on after a key press. A setting of “On” will keep the backlight on con- tinuously.
  • Page 28: Transferring Files To The Player

    Transferring Files to the Player Connect the Coby player to a computer with the USB 2.0 cable provided to: Transfer files to and from your player  Perform basic file management functions.  Upon connection: Your computer will automatically recognize the ...
  • Page 29: Transferring With Microsoft Windows

    Transferring Files to the Player If you need further assistance with transferring files, please refer to your operating system’s instruction manual or on-screen help. If you are using media management software such as iTunes, Winamp, or Windows Media Player, please refer to their docu- mentation for support.
  • Page 30: Disconnecting From A Computer

    Transferring Files to the Player Press APPLE-V (paste) on the keyboard to trans- fer the files you selected in Step 1 to the player. disconnecting from a Computer To avoid data loss or file/firmware corruption, dis- connect the player as instructed below or as by your specific operating system.
  • Page 31: Macintosh Os X

    Transferring Files to the Player Macintosh OS X On the left side of the Finder Window, identify the appropriate Removable Disk icon. Click on the “Eject” ar- row on the right of the Removable Disk icon. Disconnect the USB cable from the player and your computer.
  • Page 32: Video Conversion

    Video Conversion Use the video conversion software utility included on the Installation CD to create video files that are suitable for playback on the player. Your player supports MTV files with the following specifications: 160 x 128 resolution at 25 frames per second ...
  • Page 33: Installation

    Video Conversion losses sustained by you or third parties or a failure of the program to operate with any other programs), even if such holder or other party has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Installation Minimum System Requirements OS Support Memory (RAM) Free HD Space...
  • Page 34: Converting Video

    Video Conversion Converting Video To start the software, double-click the file “VideoConvert.exe”. The application window shown below will appear. Seek Bar for preview and time selection Start and End time-point selection Select the video file to convert Select the destination folder of the converted video file Video preview window Conversion progress bar...
  • Page 35 Video Conversion To convert a video: Click the “Input Video” button [3] to select the source video file to convert. The source file must be one of the follow-  ing video types: AVI (*.avi), WMV (*.wmv, *.asf), MPEG-1 (*.mpg), QuickTime (*.mov, *.qt), MPEG-2 (*.vob), RealMedia (*.rm, *.rmvb), MPEG-4, or 3GP (*.3gp) DirectX 9.0, Media Player 9.0, and other...
  • Page 36: Firmware Upgrades

    Firmware upgrades From time to time, COBY may release firmware upgrades to improve the performance of the Player or to add additional features. Please check the COBY website periodically at www.cobyusa.com to see if new firmware has been released for your player.
  • Page 37: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you have a problem with this device, please read the troubleshooting guide below and check our website at www.cobyusa.com for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and firmware updates. If these re- sources do not resolve the problem, please contact Technical Support.
  • Page 38 Troubleshooting The buttons do not work. Ensure that the Hold switch is disengaged.  Reset the player (use a paper clip to gently  press the Reset button on the rear of the player) and try again. I cannot transfer files to the player. Ensure that your computer is running a sup- ...
  • Page 39 Troubleshooting Ensure that the bit rate of the file is not too low.  The higher the bit rate of the file, the better it will sound. The minimum recommended bitrate is 128kbps for MP3s and 96kbps for WMAs. Try lowering the volume of the player. ...
  • Page 40: Specifications

    * Music play time is an estimated value based on playing an MP3 en- coded at 128 kbps. Actual play time may vary depending on encoding method used and other factors. Page 0 1.8” Full-Color LCD @ 160x128 MP610-1G: 1GB Flash MP610-2G: 2GB Flash MP610-4G: 4GB Flash MP3, WMA, WAV MTV: 160x128, 25fps...
  • Page 41 notes www.cobyusa.com Page 1...
  • Page 42 notes Page  Coby Electronics Corporation...
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  • Page 44: Coby Electronics Corporation

    Coby electronics Corporation 1991 Marcus Avenue, Suite 301 Lake Success, NY 11042 www.cobyusa.com www.ecoby.com Coby is a registered trademark of Coby Electronics Corporation. Printed in China. 610AL...

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