LG MF-FE501WF/WS/S/B/P/N Owner's Manual

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DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: MF-FE501WF/WS/S/B/P/N
Please read this manual carefully before
operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs and specifications are subject to
change without notice for improvement.
MF-FE502WF/WS/S/B/P/N
MF-FE505WF/WS/S/B/P/N
MF-FE509WF/WS/S/B/P/N

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  • Page 1 DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER OWNER’S MANUAL MODEL: MF-FE501WF/WS/S/B/P/N MF-FE502WF/WS/S/B/P/N MF-FE505WF/WS/S/B/P/N MF-FE509WF/WS/S/B/P/N Please read this manual carefully before operating your set. Retain it for future reference. Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Feature ....3-4 Hold Function/ Adjust Volume . . .43 To play files/ To pause files ..44 Precautions ....5-6 To skip the files/ To search the files .45 Player features and controls .7-11 Using navigation .
  • Page 3: Feature

    Feature Removable Storage Device You can easily copy and paste files to the player using Windows Explorer USB 2.0 Support USB 2.0 transmits data with a speed of 480Mbps that is 40 times faster than USB1.1. Direct MP3 Recording You can convert music from CDs, cassettes and radio into MP3 files without a PC.
  • Page 4 Feature Upgrading Firmware It can become the continuous improvement of the function and the various setting up this product. MP3, WMA, OGG Playback • MP3 is MPEG1 Layer3 audio format. MP3 is a well known, high quality digital audio format. MP3 files can be compressed up to 12 times the original wave file size.
  • Page 5: Precautions

    Precautions Never attempt to disjoin or repair the product yourself. Never use the product for other purposes than those described in this guide. Note that malfunctions may occur if you use the product in places where static electricity occurs frequently. Avoid to leave the product in hot or humid place.
  • Page 6 Precautions Pay attention to the USB cable direction when connecting the product to PC. The PC or the product may be damaged if you connect the USB cable in the wrong direction. Never use damaged or worn USB cable. Do not use the product near water. Do not touch this product with wet hands.
  • Page 7: Player Features And Controls

    Player features and controls Accessories Earphone USB cable Necklace AC Adapter Auxiliary Input/ Output Cable Installation CD * Contents may be changed without notices.
  • Page 8: Front/ Left/ Right Parts

    Player features and controls Front/ Left/ Right parts USB Connector MENU (M) button Earphone connector ) : 3.5mm [VOLUME (-/+), SKIP/SEARCH (b b /B B )]...
  • Page 9: Up/ Down Parts

    Player features and controls Up/ Down parts HOLD POWER B-MARK B-MARK RECORD (REC) button BOOK MARK (B-MARK) button [HOLD, LOCAL REPEAT (A-B)] PLAY/PAUSE (B B / / X) button (Power on/off) Necklace connector MIC/RST MICROPHONE(MIC)/RESET(RST) Necklace connector...
  • Page 10: Lcd (Music Mode)

    Player features and controls LCD (Music mode) Current track/ Total track • Current track/ File playing time • Book mark indicator • Local repeat indicator • Repeat play indicator HOLD indicator Battery indicator FLAT KBPS 003/000:07 KBPS Mr. KIM of UPSYS.MP3 File information FLAT KBPS...
  • Page 11: Lcd (Fm Radio Mode)

    FLAT Player features and controls KBPS KBPS FLAT LCD (FM radio mode) KBPS Preset number KBPS MONO indicator • STEREO indicator • Antenna indicator HOLD indicator Battery indicator FLAT KBPS KBPS CH-02 99.3 MUTE indicator Volume indicator FM Radio Frequency Preset mode indicator •...
  • Page 12: Installing Software

    : 640 x 480 Mode, At least High Color (16bit) • USB Port • CD-ROM Driver You can update the MP3 Explorer software for Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP available etc. from an internet website by LG Electronics Inc. Refer to the following sample contact procedure; http://www.lge.com SUPPORT...
  • Page 13: Installing Mp3 Explorer

    Installing Software Installing MP3 Explorer Insert the software CD into drive D:\ (CD ROM drive) and click “MF-FE500 Explorer”. Select the language you want and Click “OK”. Continue installation as directed in the dialog boxes.
  • Page 14 Installing Software Click the "Finish" button when the installation complete screen is displayed. The “MP3 Explorer MF-FE500” icon is created on the Window desktop.
  • Page 15: Installing Mediasync Player

    Installing Software Installing MediaSync Player Insert the software CD into drive D:\ (CD ROM drive) and click “MediaSync Player”. Select the language you want and Click “OK”. Continue installation as directed in the dialog boxes.
  • Page 16 Installing Software The “mediaSync” and “mediaSync Player Deluxe” icons are created on the Window desktop. Click the "Finish" button when the installation complete screen is displayed. You must reboot your computer to complete the installation.
  • Page 17: Connections

    Connections Connecting the USB Cable To complete setup, you should connect the supplied USB cable to a PC from your MP3 Player. Connect one end with the USB port on the back of your PC and then plug the other end into the USB connector of your MP3 Player.
  • Page 18: Battery Charging

    Connections Battery charging The player will be charged automatically when the USB cable is connected to the player. Playtime is measured under playback of MP3 128Kbps, volume 20 and equalizer FLAT at full charge. Charging time : Approx. 2 hours (At full discharge) •...
  • Page 19: Disconnecting The Usb Cable

    Connections Disconnecting the USB Cable Wait until you get a message saying that you can safely unplug the device before disconnecting the USB cable. The safe remove icon is in the system tray next to the clock. Click on the icon to eject the payer from the computer.
  • Page 20: Connections

    Connections Click “OK”. Click “OK”. There will be a message indicating that it is now safe to disconnect the player. Click “Close”. You can now go ahead and unplug the USB cable from the player.
  • Page 21: Using The Removable Storage

    Using the removable storage Downloading files Connect one end with the USB port on the back of your PC and then plug the other end into the USB connector of your MP3 Player. Open Windows Explorer on PC. Removable Disc is displayed in Window Explorer. Select the file you want to save, then drag and drop it to the removable disk.
  • Page 22: Using Mp3 Explorer

    Using MP3 Explorer Using MP3 Explorer The MP3-Explorer is the software that interacts with the MP3 Player and a PC. MP3 files or any data files can be downloaded to the MP3 Player or vice versa. Double-click the “MP3 Explorer MF-FE500” icon on the Windows desktop to open the MP3-Explorer program.
  • Page 23 Using MP3 Explorer “Add” - Adds the file list window of MP3 Player to a downloading file. “Upload” - This will allow you to copy the selected file on the MP3 Player. “Delete” - Deletes the selected item. (The files PC folder window are not deleted.) “Format”...
  • Page 24: To Download Files

    Using MP3 Explorer To download files Before downing files to your MP3 Player and connect the MP3 Player to PC using the USB cable. Select file(s) to download.
  • Page 25 Using MP3 Explorer Click the “Add” or “ ” icon. “Ready to transfer” appears. Ready to transfer...
  • Page 26 Using MP3 Explorer Click the “Transfer(F6)” icon. The MP3 Player displays the process of file downloading.
  • Page 27 Using MP3 Explorer The selected file has been downloaded. Now you can listen to music with the MP3 Player after removing the USB cable. otes • Do not remove the USB cable while downloading files. • Even if the there is space in the MP3 player, some files may not download if the name is too long.
  • Page 28: To Upload Files

    Using MP3 Explorer To upload files Select file(s) to upload. Click the “Upload” or “ ” icon.
  • Page 29 Using MP3 Explorer The selected file has been uploaded. MP3 and WMA files are not available to upload. But, you can upload the MP3 files recorded using MP3 player.
  • Page 30: To Delete The Files On Mp3 Explorer

    Using MP3 Explorer To delete the files on MP3 Explorer Select the file(s) to delete. Click the “Delete” icon.
  • Page 31 Using MP3 Explorer Click “OK”.
  • Page 32 Using MP3 Explorer The selected file has been deleted.
  • Page 33: To Format Memory

    Using MP3 Explorer To format memory This function deletes all files existing on the file list window of MP3 Player. Click “Format” icon. Click “Start” icon.
  • Page 34 Using MP3 Explorer Click “OK” icon. The MP3 Player displays the process of file formatting. Click “OK” icon.
  • Page 35 Using MP3 Explorer Click “Close” icon. All file is deleted. otes • Before formatting the internal memory, connect the USB cable to MP3 Player and PC. • Don’t remove the USB cable while formatting or downloading a files.
  • Page 36: Firmware Upgrade (Os Update)

    Using MP3 Explorer Firmware upgrade (OS update) This function shows how to upgrade to the new version. Click “Edit” “OS update”.
  • Page 37 Using MP3 Explorer Click “Start”. otes • If you check “Format Data Area” option, all the data stored in the flash memory is deleted. • Firmware upgrade can only be possible when “Format Data Area” is checked.
  • Page 38 Using MP3 Explorer Click “Close”. The MP3 Player is upgraded to the new version.
  • Page 39: To Check Version Information

    Using MP3 Explorer To check version information You can check OS version and Explorer version information. Click “About Explorer” “About MP3 Explorer MF- FE500”. The Explorer Version will be shown on the screen.
  • Page 40: Mp3 Explorer Update

    Using MP3 Explorer MP3 Explorer update It means updating necessary files used by Explorer program. Click “View” “Explorer Update”. Click “Update”.
  • Page 41 Using MP3 Explorer Click “ OK”. Cancel...
  • Page 42: To Select Mp3 Explorer Menu Language

    Using MP3 Explorer To select MP3 Explorer menu language Click “View” “Language”. Select the menu language by moving the mouse.
  • Page 43: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Power On/Off To turn on, press the B B / / X X • button. HOLD B-MARK POWER To turn off, press the B B / / X X • B-MARK button for more than 2 seconds. B B / / X Using the earphone Connect the earphone to earphone connector.
  • Page 44: To Play Files/ To Pause Files

    Basic Operation To play files HOLD B-MARK POWER B-MARK B B / / X Press B B / / X X button to turn on. Press the M button to the left (b) or right (B) to select a file you want.
  • Page 45: To Skip The Files/ To Search The Files

    Basic Operation To skip the files To skip the next file Press the M button to the right (B) to select the next file. To skip the previous file Press the M button to the left (b) within 5 seconds of playing time.
  • Page 46: Using Navigation

    Basic Operation Using navigation This function searches and plays a file you want on pause or playback mode. HOLD B-MARK POWER B-MARK B B / / X Press the M button to play a file. ROOT The navigation is appeared in the VOICE upsys.mp3 LCD.
  • Page 47: Reset Function/ Book Mark Function

    Basic Operation Reset function This function is used to solve the problem as following symptom. When the LCD does not display. • When the MP3 player does not operate normally. • MIC/RST Use a pencil or ballpoint pen. Book Mark Function If you set Book Mark function during file playing, you can search the setting point of the track automatically.
  • Page 48: Local Repeat Function

    Basic Operation Local Repeat Function You can set local repeat by pressing B-MARK button. If you select local repeat ending point within 3 seconds, after setting the local repeat starting point, it may not be operated. HOLD B-MARK POWER B-MARK B-MARK To select the local repeat starting point you want during file playing, press the B-MARK button briefly once.
  • Page 49: Menu Operation

    Menu Operation To select the menu You can choose the12 fixed menu mode. (FM RADIO or MUSIC, EQUALIZER, REPEAT, CONTRAST, BACKLIGHT, SCROLL, LYRICS, ID3 TAG, LANGUAGE, RECORD, INFORMATION, EXIT) - See pages 50 to 55. Press the M button for about 2 seconds. The menu appears.
  • Page 50: To Select The Music Or Fm Radio Mode

    Menu Operation To select the MUSIC or FM RADIO mode Press the M button for about 2 seconds. The MUSIC mode menu appears. Press the M button. The MUSIC mode is selected. Press the M button for about 2 seconds on the music mode. The FM RADIO mode menu appears.
  • Page 51: Equalizer Function

    Menu Operation EQUALIZER Function You can choose between 8 fixed sound mode. (See page 49.) • “FLAT” : Standard and natural sound. • “X-LIVE” : Powerful realism with strong sound quality. • “POP” : Optimized for R&B, soul and country music. •...
  • Page 52: Repeat Function

    Menu Operation REPEAT Function You can choose between 7 fixed repeat mode. (See page 49.) MODE DESCRIPTION Plays repeatedly the current Repeat Single selected file. Plays files within folder. Folder Plays files repeatedly within folder. Repeat Folder Plays files randomly within folder. Random Repeat Folder Plays all file.
  • Page 53: Backlight Function

    Menu Operation BACKLIGHT Function • Whenever any button is pressed, the LCD becomes bright. • This function can set time of brightness displayed in the LCD. (See page 49.) (10SEC, 30SEC, 1MIN, 3MIN) • If you don’t set it, select the “OFF”. SCROLL Function This function adjusts the speed of th file information which passed by the LCD.
  • Page 54: Lyrics Function

    Menu Operation LYRICS Function If there is a lyrics information of MP3 file, it will be shown in the LCD. (See page 49.) • If there is no a lyrics information of MP3 file, the file name will only be shown in the LCD.
  • Page 55: To Select The Menu Language

    Menu Operation To select the menu language You can select the menu language. (See page 49.) To check memory and version information You can check the memory and version information. (See page 49.) EXIT To move to previous menu, select the “EXIT” menu. (See page 49.)
  • Page 56: Select The Record Setting

    Menu Operation Select the record setting When you record on the MP3 player, select the record setting. (See page 49.) otes • A higher Bit Rate increases the quality but reduces recording time. • Saved within each folder in case of VOICE, LINE and FM recording.
  • Page 57: Radio Operation

    Radio Operation Listening to the radio frequency Press the M button for about 2 seconds during pause or playing a file of music mode. The FM RADIO menu will be shown in the LCD. Press the M button. Press the M button to the left (b) or right (B) to select the radio frequency.
  • Page 58: Preset Mode Or Frequency Mode

    Radio Operation Preset mode or frequency mode If you press the B-MARK button repeatedly during FM radio receiving, you can select the preset mode or frequency mode. • Preset mode ( CH-02 - Selects the frequency channel. 99.3 - Press the M button to the left (b) or right (B).
  • Page 59: Presetting The Radio Frequency

    Radio Operation Presetting the radio frequency Auto memory All available radio stations with sufficient signal strength will be stored automatically. - Press the REC button for about 2 seconds during FM radio receiving. Preset memory Select the frequency you want and then press the B-MARK button for about 2 seconds on the frequency mode.
  • Page 60: Recording

    Recording Voice recording Select the “RECORD” “INPUT” “MIC” . Select the BITRATE you want. The recording setting is completed. Press the REC button twice briefly during pause of music mode. Recording time 00 : 00 : 07 Recording /VOICE/V001.MP3 indicator Available recording 02 : 24 : 53 KBPS...
  • Page 61: Auxiliary Input Recording

    Recording Auxiliary input recording Select the “RECORD” “INPUT” “LINE-IN” . Select the BITRATE you want. The recording setting is completed. Connect the auxiliary Input/Output cable to the USB Connector and the auxiliary output jack on the auxiliary main unit. USB Connector Auxiliary Output Jack: 3.5mm Press REC button twice briefly on pause mode and start playing the auxiliary main unit.
  • Page 62: Fm Radio Recording

    Recording To pause the recording, press REC button. ( To continue the recording, press REC button again. To stop the recording, press button. B B / / X X The auxiliary Input recording is completed. The recorded files are stored E001.MP3, E002.MP3, E003.MP3..in order within LINE folder.
  • Page 63: Using Pc Software

    Using PC Software MediaSync MediaSync Player Deluxe ("MediaSync") is a program for playing mtp files using the Digital Right Management (DRM) technology. This program also enables users to play music files with lyrics made by MediaSync. For music files without lyrics, users can search for the lyrics on the web and insert them into the music files.
  • Page 64 Using PC Software MediaSync Player Deluxe MediaSync is a synchronization program that plays digital audio and video files. With this program, you can enter synchronization information as lyrics and text data and then edit them. When playing MP3 files created by MediaSync, you can see the contents being played through the LCD screen.
  • Page 65: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting 1. The MP3 Player does not work or nothing is displayed in the LCD. - Check the capacity of the memory. 2. The buttons are not working. - Check if the Hold Switch is on. 3. The files can not be downloaded. - Check the connection between the USB port of your PC and the USB cable.
  • Page 66: Specifications

    Specifications General section Memory Capacity MF-FE501WF/WS/B/P/N : 128 MB MF-FE502WF/WS/B/P/N : 256 MB MF-FE505WF/WS/B/P/N : 512 MB MF-FE509WF/WS/B/P/N : 1 GB Dimensions (WxHxD) 50x25x18mm Weight Dynamic Range 55/90dB (No Filter/22kHZ LPF) Channel Separation 40/40dB (1kHz/10kHz) Output Power 9mW+9mW (1kHZ,0dB/16Ω) Equalizer FLAT/X-LIVE/POP/CLASSIC/JAZZ/ ROCK/USEREQ/TRUBASS/WOW Supported File...
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