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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ......................................1 Important Safety Precautions ................................2 Main Features ......................................4 Overview ........................................5 Connecting to the Computer ................................. 6 System requirements ................................... 6 Connecting player to computer ................................6 Copy Files from computer ..................................6 Disconnecting from the computer .................................
  • Page 3 Lyric Displaying ....................................12 Viewing Photos ....................................13 Viewing a Photo ....................................13 Watching a Movie ....................................14 Playing a movie ....................................14 Listening to Voice ....................................15 Playing voice ......................................15 FM radio ......................................... 16 Listening to FM radio ..................................
  • Page 4 Converting Media files into the AMV format ............................26 Troubleshooting ....................................31 Specifications ....................................... 32...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing this MP3 Player. This manual contains important safety information and operation instructions, so please read all these instructions carefully before using the player and keep it for future reference. This manual will help you use all of the exciting features to make your player more enjoyable. We have done our best to produce a complete and accurate manual;...
  • Page 6: Important Safety Precautions

    Important Safety Precautions Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your player. This will reduce the risk of product damage and personal injury. Do not disassemble, repair or modify the player by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. Do not dispose of the player in fire. Do not touch the player with bare hands if the built-in battery is leaking.
  • Page 7 Maximum output voltage 150mV Precautions in using the headphone Do not use the headphone while driving an automobile or riding a bicycle. It is not only dangerous, but also against the law. To avoid an accident, do not turn up the volume of the headphones too high while walking. It’s not recommended that you use the headphones at a high volume for an extended time as this may cause hearing damage.
  • Page 8: Main Features

    Main Features 1.44” CSTN color display 128*128 Built-in rechargeable lithium battery Using the player even if the player is connected to the computer Playback of MP3, WMA, WAV music files Multiple equalizers (EQ) and 3D sound effects Display titles, artists and albums of music files (ID3 tag) Lyrics synchronization while music is playing Supports JPEG and BMP photo formats Supports AMV video format(converter included)
  • Page 9: Overview

    Overview Earphone jack Mini USB connection [ ] Power on/off; Open music/movie/FM Radio/Voice menu; Starts/Pause playback A-B/REC RESET hole Display screen [ ] Next track/option. Fast forward search. [ M ] Open the main menu; Confirm the selection; [ ] Increases the volume/ UP 10.
  • Page 10: Connecting To The Computer

    Connect the mini plug of the USB cable to the mini USB port on the player, and push the other end into a free USB port on your computer. When MP3 player is connected to your computer, a “EMATIC MP3” will be created in “My computer”. Copy Files from computer Open the Windows Explorer or My computer.
  • Page 11: Disconnecting From The Computer

    Disconnecting from the computer After finishing transferring, please disconnect the player from the computer as follows: Left click the” ” icon at the taskbar. Click the pop-up, mini-window with message of “Stop the USB Mass Storage Device –Driver (X)”. When you are prompted to remove the device, you can unplug the player safely. Charging the battery The battery of the player will charge automatically when the player is connected to the computer.
  • Page 12: Basic Operation

    The battery could be over discharged if the player is not used for a long time (over three months). To avoid over discharge, fully charge the player every three months and always keep the voltage of the battery above 50%. If the player is not used for a long time, keep it under the temperature of 23 5 and the moisture of 65 20% RH to maintain the performance of the battery...
  • Page 13: Hold Function

    Hold function The hold function can help you lock all buttons to avoid accidental player operation. To lock all buttons of MP3 player, slide the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow. All buttons are disabled. To deactivate the lock function, slide back the HOLD switch. Entering the main menu [ M ] In standby or playing mode, press and hold the...
  • Page 14: Listening To Music

    Listening to Music Playing music Make sure that the battery is sufficient and the headphone is connected correctly. 1. Access Main menu by holding[ M ] While playing music, you can: Pause/Resume Playing: Press[ ] button to pause playing. To resume playing, press[ ]button again.
  • Page 15: Display

    Display Mode/File name/ID3 tag Music repeat mode Progress bar Battery status Track No./Total Tracks Volume level EQ mode Lyrics Time Elapsed Bubbly--Colbie Caillat Total time Using Music Function Menu While music is playing, press the [ M ] button, the music function menu appears for you to set the music Repeat, Equalizer, SRS WOW.
  • Page 16: Lyric Displaying

    d) Repeat Folder: Play all the files in the current folder repeatedly. e) Repeat all: Play all the music files repeatedly. f) Random: Play all the files in random once. g) Intro: Play brief intro of files. Equalizer: set the music playing equalizer. Use [V+] or [V-] button to select among: Normal, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, Jazz, DBB.
  • Page 17: Viewing Photos

    Viewing Photos Viewing a Photo [ M ] Press and hold to access the main menu. [ M ] . The photo list appears on the screen. Use [ ] or [ ] to select PHOTO and press Use [ ] or [ ] to select a folder or photo and press to open the folder or view the...
  • Page 18: Watching A Movie

    Watching a Movie Playing a movie Make sure the battery is sufficiently charged and the headphone is connected correctly. Press and hold [ M ] to access the main menu. Use [V+] or [V-] to select MOVIE and press [ M ].The movie list appears on the screen.
  • Page 19: Listening To Voice

    Listening to Voice Playing voice Make sure that the battery is sufficiently charged and the headphone is connected correctly. 1. Access Main menu by holding[ M ] While voice playing, you can: Pause/Resume Playing: Press[ ] button to pause playing. To resume playing, press[ ]button again.
  • Page 20: Fm Radio

    FM radio Listening to FM radio Important: Always connect your headphone to the headphone jack, because the headphone cable serves as antenna for the internal radio. 1. Access Main menu by 2. Select “FM RADIO” with holding [ M ]. ] /[ ] then [ M ].
  • Page 21: Display

    Display Current frequency Mono and Stereo CH 0 1 Frequency number FM band Volume level Battery status Using FM radio function menu While listening to FM radio, press [ ] button to enter FM radio function menu. [ M ] Press [V+] or [V-] button to select among Save, Record Delete Delete all Auto Search Japan band...
  • Page 22 Note: The recorded files are saved in the FM folder of the MP3 player as WAV files (format: REC000001.WAV, REC000002.WAV) and can be listened to in the Voice mode. FM recording is automatically stopped when the memory of the player is full or the battery power is no longer sufficient.
  • Page 23: Mic.recording

    Mic.Recording Recording a Voice 1. Access Main menu by holding [ M ] While recording stop mode: Press the [M] button, the record function menu appears for you to set the record Local folder and REC type. While recording a voice: You can press [A-B/REC] ] button to save the recording and return to voice recording interface.
  • Page 24: E-Book Reading

    E-book Reading This player only supports E-Book in TXT format. Other formats must be saved as TXT format before transfer. [ M ] Press and hold to access the main menu. [ M ] Use [ ] or [ ] to select E-BOOK and press .
  • Page 25: Save And Load A Bookmark

    Save and Load a bookmark This function helps you to save the page you have read and recall it to continue reading next time. While reading an E-Book, press [ M ] button to enter Bookmark List. Bookmark select: Press [ ] or [ ] button to select “Bookmark select”.
  • Page 26: Changing Player Settings

    Changing Player Settings The system settings let you customize and configure your MP3 player. In standby or playing mode, press and hold [ M ] to access the main menu. ] to select Settings and press [ M ]. The setup menu Use [ ] or [ appears on the screen.
  • Page 27: Changing Player Setups

    Setup items Setup Items Description Clock Set Calendar and time LCD set Set the dark mode. The available options of backlight off time include:5 Seconds,10 Seconds,15 Seconds,20 Seconds,etc Language Set up the display language. Power off Set the off time and sleep time. Off time available options include: 10 Seconds,20 Seconds,30 Seconds,40 Seconds,50 Seconds,etc Sleep time available options include: 10 Minutes,20 Minutes,30 Minutes,40 Minutes,50 Minutes,etc Clock...
  • Page 28: Language

    Language Press [ ] or [ ] to select “Language” in Settings menu, and then press [ M ] to confirm. Press [ V+] or [V-] to adjust the language, and then press [ M ]to confirm and exit. Power off Press [ ] or [ ] to select “power off”...
  • Page 29 About 1. Access Main menu by 2. Select “About” with [ ] /[ ] then [ M ]. holding [ M ]. Check System version, Total memory, Free memory. 01.00.00.09 7957 7957MB...
  • Page 30: Converting Media Files Into The Amv Format

    Converting Media files into the AMV format This player supports transforming media files into the AMV format which can be played on the Media Player Other formats (AVI, WMV, MEPG1, Quick Time, MPEG2, RealMedia, SWF) must be converted to AMV format. The AMV Convert Tool is supplied on the CD to enable you to convert the other formats to AMV format.
  • Page 31 After running this tool, click "input file" button and select a movie file that needs to be converted.
  • Page 32 After running the tool, click "input file" button right side of the column to choose the file you want to convert. After clicking the button it will open the path window automatically. Click "files of type" button to choose the file type. Clicks "open"...
  • Page 33 After adding the files, the file path will show in the "input file" column. The status column displays the related information of these added files such as check box, the file name and path, status and file length etc: NOTE: Here, we use WMV file as an example, for reference onl The default file path of this conversion tool is C:\.Before converting, Click the "output file"...
  • Page 34 Note: If you want to convert Real player, QuickTime or MPEG2 files, please first install the corresponding decoder. When you convert Real player, QuickTime or MPEG2 (DVD) format files, and your Windows Media player cannot play this file, then you need to install corresponding compatible decoder for Windows Media player, until the Media Player will play this file, otherwise the conversion software will not function.
  • Page 35: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you have problems operating your player, please check the points below before sending it to service center. Cannot power on The battery may be exhausted. Please recharge the battery. Files cannot be downloaded Check if the driver is installed correctly in the computer. Check the connection between the player and PC.
  • Page 36: Specifications

    Specifications Audio Format MP3/WMA/WAV Photo Format JPEG/BMP/GIF Video Format Frequency response 20Hz~20KHz MP3 bit Rate 8Kbps–320Kbps Storage condition Humidity<90%,-20~60°C WMA bit rate 5K~384Kbps Working condition Humidity <80%,0~45°C Normal, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft,Jazz,DBB.

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