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JVC XA-A50CL Instructions Manual

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  • Page 1 Cover...
  • Page 2 Safety and Cautions "SOME DO'S AND DON'TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT" This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
  • Page 3 NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case. This could result in a fatal electrical shock. NEVER guess or make changes with electrical equipment of any kind. It is better to be safe than sorry!
  • Page 4 - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION: Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void userfs authority to operate the equipment. Contact Address: JVC AMERICAS CORP.,...
  • Page 5 Cautions 1. For your safety TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. Never use the Digital Audio Player when driving a car, motorcycle, or bicycle. This could result in an accident.
  • Page 6 disconnect the USB cable when transferring the files. About ALKALINE BATTERIES (1) For safe use, DO NOT attempt to charge the alkaline batteries. reverse the polarities of the batteries. carry or store a battery together with objects such as metal pens, necklaces, coins or hairpins. This could short-circuit the positive and negative poles of the battery.
  • Page 7 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the JVC product. Before you begin operating this unit, please read this operating instructions carefully to be sure you get the best possible performance. If you have any questions, consult your JVC dealer. CAUTION: This unit is compatible with WMA-DRM. When you transfer the files other than the following files and...
  • Page 8 Accessories Check the supplied accessories after unpacking. CD-ROM USB 1.1 cable Cable clip...
  • Page 9: System Requirements

    Features What is Digital Audio Player XA-A50CL? XA-A50CL is an Ear-Clip headphone type Digital Audio Player, which creates a high quality sound reproduced by the 30 mm diameter Neodymium driver unit in an innovative design shell. You can store the music files-MP3 (up to about 30 files) or WMA / WMA-DRM (up to about 60 files)-in the built-in 128 MB memory, and enjoy playback continuously for 20 hours using a single AAA alkaline battery.
  • Page 10: Copyright Protection

    Copyright protection For copyright protection, Digital Audio Player has a limitation on importing files. Digital Audio Player is compatible with WMA-DRM. When you transfer the files other than the following files and folders into this unit, the filles (including non-copyright protect music files) and folders will be deleted on the next time you connect the unit to PC: WMA-DRM files, playlist files, MUSIC folder, VOICE folder License...
  • Page 11 About this instruction Configuration of this instruction This instruction is configured with the following 4 sections: Introduction Basic information about Digital Audio Player such as its outline and installation. Basic Operation Basic operations to play back the music files with Digital Audio Player. Advanced Operation: Advanced operations to play back and to change the settings.
  • Page 12: Parts Identification

    Parts Identification (Stop/Play/Power) button Operation indicator Lights: When setting up the unit Flashes 2 times every 5 seconds: During playback Flashes every 2 seconds: During pause (Skip) buttons (Volume) buttons button USB port cover Battery cover Ear hook Ear pad...
  • Page 13 About Voice Guidance Digital Audio Player has Voice Guidance system, which informs you the operational information of the Digital Audio Player. For example, when you press (next) button while listening to the music, you will hear "Next" through the Digital Audio Player to confirm the operation. You can change the voice of Voice Guidance system for your preference or other languages.
  • Page 14 Preparation Driver installation (For Windows 98SE user ONLY) When using Windows 98SE, install the USB driver for accessing the Digital Audio Player. 1. Connect the Digital Audio Player to your PC using the supplied USB cable. Check "CD-ROM" for the driver selection on the dialog. 2.
  • Page 15 Selecting the language for the Voice Guidance You can change the language of the guide voice by selecting the guide voice files stored in the supplied CD-ROM. The initial language is set to English. 1. Load the supplied CD-ROM on your PC. The language selection screen appears.
  • Page 16 Putting the battery 1. Slide open the battery cover. 2. Insert the alkaline battery, matching the + and - . Press in on - end first and down on + end. 3. Close the battery cover. About changing the battery The battery should be changed when the operation indicator fades or does not turn on.
  • Page 17: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Transferring the music files into the Digital Audio Player In this instruction, the file-transferring procedure is explained using the Windows Media Player. CAUTION: This Digital Audio Player is compatible with WMA-DRM. When you transfer the files other than the following files and folders into this unit, the filles (including non-copyright protect music files) and folders will be deleted on the next time you connect the unit to PC: WMA-DRM files, playlist files, MUSIC folder, VOICE folder...
  • Page 18 To connect to your PC 1. Open the USB port cover of the right headphone. 2. Connect the Digital Audio Player to your PC using the supplied USB cable. The operation indicator of the Digital Audio Player starts flashing. 3. Press to permit the access to the Digital Audio Player from the PC.
  • Page 19 When dragging-and-dropping the music files to the Digital Audio Player, use "Copy" command to select the files. When you do this operation using "Cut" command, the music files and folders are deleted on your To disconnect the Digital Audio Player from your PC, use "Safety Remove Hardware".
  • Page 20 Putting on the headphones 1. Open the Ear Hook outward slightly. 2. Put the Ear Hook on your ear and adjust the Ear Hook position to fit your ear. 3. Close the Ear Hook. NOTE: Stretching the ear hook on the headphone too wide from its original position may result in damage to the ear hook.
  • Page 21: Turning On The Power

    Turning on the power 1. Press and hold Player. The Operation indicator lights up and the Digital Audio Player is turned on, then the playback starts. When the playback position is memorized, playback starts from the memorized position. (See stop playback".) NOTE: The Digital Audio Player has a function to avoid to turn on the power by the unexpected touch of the...
  • Page 22: Adjusting Volume

    Adjusting volume 1. Press : Increases the volume with a high beep sound. : Decreases the volume with a low beep sound. When pressing and holding the button, the volume is changed continuously with a single beep sound. NOTES: When activating Voice Guidance system, the volume adjustment does not take effect to the guide voice. When one of the "Various effects and setting"...
  • Page 23: Basic Playback

    Basic playback To stop playback 1. Press The playback is stopped with the current position of the playback memorized, then the Digital Audio Player is turned off 10 seconds later. When pressing and holding of the current position. NOTES: Keep the volume level of the Digital Audio Player to a minimum before turning off. To skip to the desired track 1.
  • Page 24: Advanced Operation

    Advanced Operation Playing back with playlist You can make up to three playlists to customize the playback files you want to. Using a playlist, you can edit the playback files and their order. NOTE: When the music file listed in the playlist does not exist on the Digital Audio Player, the step is skipped. To make a playlist You can make a playlist file using WordPad application.
  • Page 25 To switch a playlist 1. During playback with a playlist, press and hold until the desired playlist is selected. To turn off the playback with a playlist, press and hold until "Playlist off" is heard.
  • Page 26 Various effects and setting You can add various effects to the music sound and changing the basic setting using the button. NOTE: There is a time limit in doing the following procedures. If you do not press any button about 10 seconds, the mode setting is canceled after setting the current item and playback resumes.
  • Page 27: Play Mode Setting

    1. Press repeatedly to select the desired item. Each time you press the button, the item changes as follows: Mode item Function (Guide voice) Play mode setting Changes the playback mode. Sound setting Selects the sound mode. Voice guide setting Activates/deactivates the voice guidance function.
  • Page 28 Setting item Function (Guide voice) Voice guide Activates the voice guidance function. Activates beep sound instead of the voice guidance. Voice guide The voice for the mode setting can be always heard though the voice guide is set to off. "Please change the battery."...
  • Page 29 The following setting is cleared: The memory of the playback position, Playlist selection, the order of the Random play...
  • Page 30: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Connection Symptom Cause Your PC may work incorrectly. Your PC needs the access permission from the Digital Audio Player. The PC cannot detect the Digital Audio Player. For Windows 98 users: The driver is not installed. A USB hub or a USB extension cable is used.
  • Page 31 Specification Memory type: 128 MB Flash memory Playable files: MP3, WMA, WMA-DRM (copyright-protected) Headphones driver 30 mm diameter Neodymium unit: Power supply: AAA alkaline battery (DC 1.5 V) x 1 approx. 20 hours (Playback of MP3 files created at 64 kbps/22 kHz with LED setting Battery life: set to off.) Cord length:...

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