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DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
XA-F57A/P/R/S/W
XA-F107A/B/H/P/R/S
INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for purchasing this JVC product.
Please read these instructions carefully before starting operation to be
sure to obtain optimum performance and a longer service life from the unit.
LVT1542-004A [J,E,EV]

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  • Page 1: Digital Audio Player

    DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER XA-F57A/P/R/S/W XA-F107A/B/H/P/R/S INSTRUCTIONS Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Please read these instructions carefully before starting operation to be sure to obtain optimum performance and a longer service life from the unit. LVT1542-004A [J,E,EV]...

  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Clean only with dry cloth. 7) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

  • Page 3: For Canada

    (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CAUTION: Changes or modification not approved by JVC could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. For Canada: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

  • Page 4

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Player • No altering or remodeling This can cause malfunctioning. • No dropping or strong impacts This may damage the player. • Locations to be avoided Avoid using the player in the following locations since they can cause malfunctioning.

  • Page 5

    Do not leave the player exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time This may deform or discolor the player and may also cause malfunctioning. CAUTION: Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the apparatus.

  • Page 6

    (Business users) If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit our web page www.jvc-europe.com to obtain information about the take-back of the product. [Other Countries outside the European Union] If you wish to dispose of this product, please do so in...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ... 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ... 7 GETTING STARTED... 8 INSTALLING USB DRIVER (FOR WINDOWS 98SE ONLY) ... 8 CHARGING THE BUILT-IN BATTERY ... 9 CONNECTING TO PC... 10 PARTS OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER ... 12 HOW TO USE THE NECK STRAP HEADPHONES ...

  • Page 8: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED INSTALLING USB DRIVER (FOR WINDOWS 98SE ONLY) Follow these instructions to load software that enables a computer to recognize the Digital Audio Player. Make sure that no programs, such as games or anti-virus software, are running on the PC. If programs are open, close and exit from the programs before proceeding.

  • Page 9: Charging The Built-in Battery

    • The player cannot be operated while it is being charged. Notes on the built-in battery: • To replace the battery, consult your dealer or JVC Service Center. • To dispose of the player, follow the procedure described in "DISPOSING OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER" on page 38 and remove the built-in battery.

  • Page 10: Connecting To Pc

    GETTING STARTED CONNECTING TO PC You can transfer MP3 and WMA format music files from the PC to your Digital Audio Player through USB port. USB2.0 (480Mbps speed is not supported.) For Windows 98SE user: Before connecting your player to the computer for the first time, you need to install the USB driver from the supplied CD-ROM into your computer.

  • Page 11: Disconnecting From Pc

    Transferring music files from PC to Digital Audio Player Open the player’s folder (removable disk or device) from My Computer or Explorer. Copy and paste or drag and drop the music files from the PC to the player’s folder. During copying files, "WRITING" appears on the player's display.

  • Page 12: Parts Of The Digital Audio Player

    GETTING STARTED PARTS OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER 1 Display 2 4 (Reverse) button 3 3 8 (Play/Pause) button 4 ¢ (Forward) button 5 LINE IN jack 6 USB connector 7 Headphone jack 1 2 3 4 8 Hole for strap 9 Hold switch 0 Reset switch - 7 (Stop) button...

  • Page 13: How To Use The Neck Strap Headphones

    HOW TO USE THE NECK STRAP HEADPHONES A neck strap with a pair of built in headphones, called "Neck Strap Headphones", has been included for listening to your digital audio player. By wearing the player around your neck using the Neck Strap Headphones, you can enjoy listening to music anywhere you go without having to worry about the cables.

  • Page 14

    GETTING STARTED Once you are wearing the Neck Strap Headphones around your neck, bring each earphone from the behind your neck and place in the each ear respectively. You can also adjust the position of the silver slider according to your preference.

  • Page 15: Turning Power On/off

    GETTING STARTED TURNING POWER ON/OFF To turn power ON Press and hold 3 8 button till "Welcome!" appears. After a while, the following screen appears. DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER To turn power OFF Press and hold 7 (Stop) button.

  • Page 16: Display Overview

    GETTING STARTED DISPLAY OVERVIEW MUSIC mode ∗ This is not displayed when NORMAL mode is selected. ∗∗ If both the top and the bottom lines of the file information are long, the top line is scrolled first, and then the bottom line is scrolled. 1 Play indicator 2 Volume level 3 Play mode indicator...

  • Page 17: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS USING THE MAIN MENU There are number of modes you can operate using MAIN MENU. MAIN MENU MUSIC Types of modes MUSIC mode Select to play music. (See page 18.) NAVIGATE mode Select to easily search for the desired music. (See page 19.) LINE IN mode Select to record music (MP3...

  • Page 18: Playing Music

    BASIC OPERATIONS PLAYING MUSIC You can play the music files. Before playing music, adjust the volume level with the volume +/- buttons. To play music After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select MUSIC mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 19: Navigate

    NAVIGATE Use to display the hierarchical tree structure of music folders and files ). From this tree structure, you can easily locate a desired music file and play it back. To locate a music file After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select NAVIGATE mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 20

    BASIC OPERATIONS Music file playing order in Music mode: From the hierarchical tree structure, you can easily understand the playing order of music files when you normally play them in Music mode. You will see that the music files are played back in the order from the higher hierarchy to the lower one.

  • Page 21: Recording Music From External Audio Equipment In Line-in Mode

    RECORDING MUSIC FROM EXTERNAL AUDIO EQUIPMENT IN LINE-IN MODE You can record the music played back on external audio equipment. Make sure that the audio cable is connected between the LINE IN terminal of this audio player and the external audio equipment. To record music from external audio equipment After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢...

  • Page 22

    BASIC OPERATIONS NOTES • The "LINE" folder is automatically generated, the recorded music files are stored in it as MP3 files. The "LINE" folder can be displayed using NAVIGATE mode. (See page 19.) • If "Low Battery" appears when you press and hold REC button, you need to charge the battery.

  • Page 23: Deleting Files

    DELETING FILES (DELETE submenu) To delete files After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select DELETE mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢ / 4 button to select "MUSIC FILES". Press 3 8 button.

  • Page 24: Advanced Features

    ADVANCED FEATURES SET MENU ITEMS In SET mode, you can set the following SET MENU items: EQ SET (Equalization Set), PLAYMODE, SLEEP TIMER, A.POWER OFF (Auto Power OFF), BACKLIGHT, CONTRAST, RECORD SET and LANGUAGE. To set each item, see the relevant later page. EQUALIZER You can select from one of 6 different preset sound modes or one customized sound mode.

  • Page 25

    To select sound mode After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢ / 4 button to select "EQ SET". Press 3 8 button.

  • Page 26: Playmode

    ADVANCED FEATURES PLAYMODE You can select various play modes. Types of playback modes Mode Display NORMAL REPEAT ONE REPEAT ALL RPT FOLDER RANDOM RANDOM RPT RND FOLDER INTRO Explanation Normal play Repeats one track. Repeats all tracks. Repeats all tracks of a folder which has a track being played back, or repeats all tracks of a folder which has a track selected in NAVIGATE mode.

  • Page 27

    To select play mode After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢ / 4 button to select "PLAYMODE". Press 3 8 button.

  • Page 28: Sleep Timer

    ADVANCED FEATURES SLEEP TIMER Use the sleep timer to turn off the player after a certain period of time during playback. You can set the period of time to 15, 30, 45, 60 minutes, or OFF (default). The sleep timer works temporarily. Once it has worked, it is canceled.

  • Page 29: Auto Power Off

    AUTO POWER OFF Use the auto power off to turn off the player after a certain period of time when no operation is made. You can set the period of time to 2, 5, or 10 minutes, or OFF (default). To set auto power off After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢...

  • Page 30: Backlight

    ADVANCED FEATURES BACKLIGHT Use to adjust the backlighting extension time (0 to Max) after finishing the last operation. (Default: 5 seconds) When "Max" is set, the backlighting remains on for approx. two hours. To set back light After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 31: Contrast

    CONTRAST Use to adjust the contrast of the display. To set contrast After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢...

  • Page 32: Record Set

    ADVANCED FEATURES RECORD SET For external equipment input (LINE), set bit rate, A.TRK, etc. during recording. Source LINE Encode (MP3 Stereo) Bit Rate 96kbps, 128kbps, 160kbps A. TRK ON, OFF To set recording After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 33: Bit Rate

    To exit SET mode: Press MENU button (or select "EXIT" and press 3 8 button) in the SET MENU. Bit Rate: Indicates information content of the compressed data per second. As the bit rate is higher, the audio quality becomes higher, but the data amount increases.

  • Page 34: Language

    ADVANCED FEATURES LANGUAGE Use to set the language to specify the character code for file names and ID3 tags (default: English). For the file names and ID3 tags, you can select one of 27 languages. As for the menu, you can select one of three languages: English, Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese.

  • Page 35: About

    ABOUT Use to display firmware version and status of the player. To display: After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select ABOUT mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. To exit ABOUT mode: Upgrading firmware version: To upgrade the firmware of your player, please visit our website.

  • Page 36: Resetting The Unit

    ADVANCED FEATURES RESETTING THE UNIT Use to reset all the settings you have made to default. To reset the unit After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select RESET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 37: Locking Buttons (hold)

    LOCKING BUTTONS (HOLD) Slide the HOLD switch to the right to lock all controls. When the hold function is activated, the " " appears in the upper right of the display. To unlock: Slide the HOLD switch to the left. NOTE •...

  • Page 38: Disposing Of The Digital Audio Player

    ADVANCED FEATURES DISPOSING OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER Remove the built-in battery before disposing of the XA-F series player. DO NOT disassemble the player except when you dispose of it (doing so may cause a failure or breakage). Do not remove the built-in battery before making sure it has been completely used up.

  • Page 39

    Remove a screw on the side of the LINE IN jack with a screwdriver. Remove the top half of the casing by lifting it up. Remove the three screws shown in the illustration below. Hold the part shown in the illustration below and turn the circuit board over. ADVANCED FEATURES...

  • Page 40

    NOTES • To replace the battery, consult your dealer or JVC Service Center. • Do not reuse the battery once it has been removed. • The battery is designated recyclable. Please follow your local...

  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    • Battery charging time is insufficient. Keep charging until " • The built-in battery may have reached the end of its life. Consult the JVC Service Center and replace it with a new one if necessary. • Press the reset switch by inserting a thin...

  • Page 42: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Model Name Type Built-in memory size Display Music playback format Bit rate Maximum number of tracks∗2 Frequency response Output terminal Input terminal Power supply Continuous playback time Dimensions (Approx.) Mass (Approx.) ∗1 WMA-DRM: A WMA file with reproduction restriction for copyright protection of digital data.

  • Page 43: Accessories

    SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORIES Neck Strap Headphones USB cable CD-ROM (USB Driver for Windows 98SE) Audio cable...

  • Page 44

    0206KMMCREBET © 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

  • Page 45

    DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER XA-F57A/P/R/W XA-F107A/B/P/S Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Please read these instructions carefully before starting operation to be sure to obtain optimum performance and a longer service life from the unit. INSTRUCTIONS LVT1542-002A [US]...

  • Page 46

    To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. CAUTION: Changes or modification not approved by JVC could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Player •...

  • Page 47

    Listening precautions • Do not play your Headphones at a high volume. • Hearing experts advise against continuous extended play. • If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. • Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.

  • Page 48

    TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...2 TABLE OF CONTENTS...4 GETTING STARTED ...6 INSTALLING USB DRIVER (FOR WINDOWS 98SE ONLY)...6 CHARGING THE BUILT-IN BATTERY ...7 CONNECTING TO PC ...8 PARTS OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER...10 HOW TO USE THE NECK STRAP HEADPHONES ...11 TURNING POWER ON/OFF ...13 DISPLAY OVERVIEW ...14 BASIC OPERATIONS ...15...

  • Page 49: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS TROUBLESHOOTING ... 45 SPECIFICATIONS... 46 ACCESSORIES ... 47...

  • Page 50: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED INSTALLING USB DRIVER (FOR WINDOWS 98SE ONLY) Follow these instructions to load software that enables a computer to recognize the Digital Audio Player. Make sure that no programs, such as games or anti-virus software, are running on the PC. If programs are open, close and exit from the programs before proceeding.

  • Page 51: Charging The Built-in Battery

    • The player cannot be operated while it is being charged. Notes on the built-in battery: • To replace the battery, consult your dealer or JVC Service Center. • To dispose of the player, follow the procedure described in "DISPOSING OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER" on page 42 and remove the built-in battery.

  • Page 52: Connecting To Pc

    GETTING STARTED CONNECTING TO PC You can transfer MP3 and WMA format music files from the PC to your Digital Audio Player through USB port. USB2.0 (480Mbps speed is not supported.) For Windows 98SE user: Before connecting your player to the computer for the first time, you need to install the USB driver from the supplied CD-ROM into your computer.

  • Page 53

    Transferring music files from PC to Digital Audio Player Open the player’s folder (removable disk or device) from My Computer or Explorer. Copy and paste or drag and drop the music files from the PC to the player’s folder. During copying files, "WRITING" appears on the player's display.

  • Page 54: Parts Of The Digital Audio Player

    GETTING STARTED PARTS OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER 1 Display 2 4 (Reverse) button 3 3 8 (Play/Pause) button 4 ¢ (Forward) button 5 LINE IN jack 6 USB connector 7 Headphone jack 8 MIC 1 2 3 4 9 Hole for strap 0 Hold switch - Reset switch = 7 (Stop) button...

  • Page 55: How To Use The Neck Strap Headphones

    HOW TO USE THE NECK STRAP HEADPHONES A neck strap with a pair of built in headphones, called "Neck Strap Headphones", has been included for listening to your digital audio player. By wearing the player around your neck using the Neck Strap Headphones, you can enjoy listening to music anywhere you go without having to worry about the cables.

  • Page 56

    GETTING STARTED Once you are wearing the Neck Strap Headphones around your neck, bring each earphone from the behind your neck and place in the each ear respectively. You can also adjust the position of the silver slider according to your preference.

  • Page 57: Turning Power On/off

    TURNING POWER ON/OFF To turn power ON Press and hold 3 8 button till "Welcome!" appears. After a while, the following screen appears. DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER To turn power OFF Press and hold 7 (Stop) button. NOTES • When the player is turned on, it resumes the mode it was in when it was last turned off.

  • Page 58: Display Overview

    GETTING STARTED DISPLAY OVERVIEW MUSIC mode/ VOICE mode FM mode ∗ This is not displayed when NORMAL mode is selected. ∗∗ If both the top and the bottom lines of the file information are long, the top line is scrolled first, and then the bottom line is scrolled. 1 Play indicator 2 Volume level 3 Play mode indicator...

  • Page 59: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS USING THE MAIN MENU There are number of modes you can operate using MAIN MENU. MAIN MENU MUSIC Types of modes MUSIC mode Select to play music. (See page 16.) VOICE mode Select to record and play messages and recorded FM broadcast.

  • Page 60: Playing Music

    BASIC OPERATIONS PLAYING MUSIC You can play the music files. Before playing music, adjust the volume level with the volume +/- buttons. To play music After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select MUSIC mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 61: Recording Voice Messages

    RECORDING VOICE MESSAGES You can store your voice as voice files by talking into built-in microphone. To record voice messages After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select VOICE mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 62: Playing Messages

    BASIC OPERATIONS PLAYING MESSAGES You can play the recorded messages (voice files and recorded FM broadcasts). (Voice message) To play messages After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select VOICE mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 63: Listening To Fm Broadcasts

    LISTENING TO FM BROADCASTS You can listen to a preset (registered) FM station after presetting FM stations. The following two operation modes are available: Scan mode: Used to tune in to a station. A.Scan, M.Scan and S.Scan modes are available for tuning and then presetting. Radio mode: Used to listen to a preset (registered) FM station.

  • Page 64

    BASIC OPERATIONS After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select FM mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. ("Radio" appears.) Press 7 button to enter scan mode. ("Scan" appears.) To manually scan: Press ¢...

  • Page 65: Recording Fm Broadcasts

    RECORDING FM BROADCASTS To record FM broadcasts After turning on the player, tune to the desired FM station for recording, referring to "LISTENING TO FM BROADCASTS" on page 19. Press and hold REC button until "Recording" appears. To pause: Press 3 8 button. To stop: Press 7 button.

  • Page 66: Navigate

    BASIC OPERATIONS NAVIGATE Use to display the hierarchical tree structure of music folders and files ). From this tree structure, you can easily locate a desired music file and play it back. To locate a music file After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select NAVIGATE mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 67

    Music file playing order in Music mode: From the hierarchical tree structure, you can easily understand the playing order of music files when you normally play them in Music mode. You will see that the music files are played back in the order from the higher hierarchy to the lower one.

  • Page 68: Recording Music From External Audio Equipment In Line-in Mode

    BASIC OPERATIONS RECORDING MUSIC FROM EXTERNAL AUDIO EQUIPMENT IN LINE-IN MODE You can record the music played back on external audio equipment. Make sure that the audio cable is connected between the LINE IN terminal of this audio player and the external audio equipment. To record music from external audio equipment After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢...

  • Page 69

    NOTES • The "LINE" folder is automatically generated, the recorded music files are stored in it as MP3 files. The "LINE" folder can be displayed using NAVIGATE mode. (See page 22.) • If "Low Battery" appears when you press and hold REC button, it is recommended to replace the battery with a new one.

  • Page 70: Deleting Files

    BASIC OPERATIONS DELETING FILES (DELETE submenu) To delete files After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select DELETE mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢ / 4 button to select types of files you want to delete from the DELETE menu.

  • Page 71: Advanced Features

    ADVANCED FEATURES SET MENU ITEMS In SET mode, you can set the following SET MENU items: EQ SET (Equalization Set), PLAYMODE, SLEEP TIMER, A.POWER OFF (Auto Power OFF), BACKLIGHT, CONTRAST, RECORD SET and LANGUAGE. To set each item, see the relevant later page.

  • Page 72: Equalizer

    ADVANCED FEATURES EQUALIZER You can select from one of 6 different preset sound modes or one customized sound mode. High Types of sound modes NORMAL No sound effect applies. CLASSICAL Good for classical music JAZZ Good for jazz music ROCK Boosts low and high frequency.

  • Page 73

    To select sound mode After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢ / 4 button to select "EQ SET". Press 3 8 button.

  • Page 74: Playmode

    ADVANCED FEATURES PLAYMODE You can select various play modes. However, for voice file playback, only NORMAL, REPEAT ONE and REPEAT ALL are selectable. Types of playback modes Mode Display NORMAL REPEAT ONE REPEAT ALL RPT FOLDER RANDOM RANDOM RPT RND FOLDER INTRO Explanation Normal play...

  • Page 75

    To select play mode After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢ / 4 button to select "PLAYMODE". Press 3 8 button.

  • Page 76: Sleep Timer

    ADVANCED FEATURES SLEEP TIMER Use the sleep timer to turn off the player after a certain period of time during playback. You can set the period of time to 15, 30, 45, 60 minutes, or OFF (default). The sleep timer works temporarily. Once it has worked, it is canceled.

  • Page 77: Auto Power Off

    AUTO POWER OFF Use the auto power off to turn off the player after a certain period of time when no operation is made. You can set the period of time to 2, 5, or 10 minutes, or OFF (default). To set auto power off After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢...

  • Page 78: Backlight

    ADVANCED FEATURES BACKLIGHT Use to adjust the backlighting extension time (0 to Max) after finishing the last operation. (Default: 5 seconds) When "Max" is set, the backlighting remains on for approx. two hours. To set back light After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 79: Contrast

    CONTRAST Use to adjust the contrast of the display. To set contrast After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. Press ¢...

  • Page 80: Record Set

    ADVANCED FEATURES RECORD SET For external equipment input (LINE), set bit rate, A.TRK, etc. during recording. Source LINE Encode (MP3 Stereo) Bit Rate 96kbps, 128kbps, 160kbps A. TRK ON, OFF To set recording After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select SET mode from Main menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 81

    To exit SET mode: Press MENU button (or select "EXIT" and press 3 8 button) in the SET MENU. Bit Rate: Indicates information content of the compressed data per second. As the bit rate is higher, the audio quality becomes higher, but the data amount increases.

  • Page 82: Language

    ADVANCED FEATURES LANGUAGE Use to set the language for the menu, file names and ID3 tags (default: English). For the file names and ID3 tags, you can select one of 27 languages. As for the menu, you can select one of three languages: English, Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese.

  • Page 83: About

    ABOUT Use to display firmware version and status of the player. To display: After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select ABOUT mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode. To exit ABOUT mode: Upgrading firmware version: To upgrade the firmware of your player, please visit our website.

  • Page 84: Resetting The Unit

    ADVANCED FEATURES RESETTING THE UNIT Use to reset all the settings you have made to default. To reset the unit After turning on the player, press MENU button and ¢ / 4 button to select RESET mode from Main Menu, and then press 3 8 button to enter that mode.

  • Page 85: Locking Buttons (hold)

    LOCKING BUTTONS (HOLD) Slide the HOLD switch to the right to lock all controls. When the hold function is activated, the " " appears in the upper right of the display. To unlock: Slide the HOLD switch to the left. NOTE •...

  • Page 86: Disposing Of The Digital Audio Player

    ADVANCED FEATURES DISPOSING OF THE DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER Remove the built-in battery before disposing of the XA-F series player. DO NOT disassemble the player except when you dispose of it (doing so may cause a failure or breakage). Do not remove the built-in battery before making sure it has been completely used up.

  • Page 87

    Remove a screw on the side of the LINE IN jack with a screwdriver. Remove the top half of the casing by lifting it up. Remove the three screws shown in the illustration below. Hold the part shown in the illustration below and turn the circuit board over. ADVANCED FEATURES...

  • Page 88

    NOTES • To replace the battery, consult your dealer or JVC Service Center. • Do not reuse the battery once it has been removed. • The battery is designated recyclable. Please follow your local...

  • Page 89

    " " appears. • The built-in battery may have reached the end of its life. Consult the JVC Service Center and replace it with a new one if necessary. • Press the reset switch by inserting a thin...

  • Page 90

    SPECIFICATIONS Model Name Type Built-in memory size Display FM radio Voice recording Music playback format Bit rate Maximum number of tracks∗2 Frequency response Output terminal Input terminal Power supply Continuous playback time Dimensions (Approx.) Mass (Approx.) ∗1 WMA-DRM: A WMA file with reproduction restriction for copyright protection of digital data.

  • Page 91

    SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORIES Neck Strap Headphones USB cable CD-ROM (USB Driver for Windows 98SE) Audio cable...

  • Page 92

    0206KMMCREBET © 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

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