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Introduction to your MP3/MP4 Digital Player Automatic Shutdown 5

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Setting the Language Setting the Clock 5

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Available Memory Charging the MP3/MP4 Digital Player Connecting the MP3/MP4 Digital Player to your Computer Formatting the MP3/MP4 Digital Player 7

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Using the Music Function

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Controls Getting Music onto your computer Loading Music from a CD Loading Music off the Internet Creating Playlists Getting Music onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player Selecting Your Music Selecting the Mode Repeat Equalizer

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MP3/MP4 Digital Player User’s Manual

Replay 13

Replay Times

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Replay Gap

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Displaying Lyrics for Songs 13

Using the Movie Function

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Controls

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File Format 14

Using the Record Function

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Controls

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Options

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Using the Voice Function 18

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Deleting Files

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Using the FM (Radio) Function 19

Controls

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Options

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Using the E-book Function

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Controls

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Getting Text Files onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player

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Options

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Using the Photo Browse Function

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Controls

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Getting Pictures onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player 22

Using the Game Function 23

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Function 22 Controls 22 Getting Pictures onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player 22 Using the Game Function

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Caution Note:

Please read the complete instruction manual before use. Disregarding any of the recommendations for use and care of your MP3/MP4 Digital Player specified in this manual may result in your warranty becoming void.

Please Note:

1. Turn the player off when not in use to preserve the life of the battery.

2. This player is not suitable for use in very damp, dry, hot or cold environments.

3. Do not drop the player as this can cause damage to internal components and will void your warranty.

4. The battery will need charging. Please charge the player when the battery indicator displays as empty, or if the player automatically turns off when you turn it on.

5. Do not disconnect the player from the computer while downloading or transferring files as this may damage the hardware.

6. When using the player as a portable storage device, take care to save documents properly. We will not take any responsibility for files lost due to incorrect operation.

Thank you for buying an MP3/MP4 Digital Player. Read this manual to learn about the functions and features of your digital player, and how to use them.

Components:

The MP3/MP4 Digital Player comes with the following:

1 MP3/MP4 Digital Player

1 Set of Headphones

1 USB connector cable

1 Power supply

1 Software Disc

1 User Manual

Functions:

128 X128 pixels screen, 65 000 color, whole color, high-speed CSTN.

Supports multiple music formats including: MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, WMV, ASF, WAV, MTV, AMV, and OGG.

Record/Replay function

Video Mode – view AMV format movie files

.JPEG picture browsing – store your favourite photos

Games – 3 different games to choose from

FM Radio receiver – listen on the go

E-book and .TXT text reading function

Power saving and sleep modes

Firmware upgrade options –get more functions by downloading the latest software from the internet.

Supports multiple languages including: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Thai, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Czech, Polish, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, and Slovakian.

Introduction to your MP3/MP4 Digital Player

The MP3/MP4 Digital Player is easy to use. Read this section to learn about it’s controls and how to use them.

section to learn about it’s controls and how to use them. To turn your MP3/MP4 Digital

To turn your MP3/MP4 Digital Player on, slide the On/Off Switch to the right, to turn it off, slide the switch to the left.

When you turn the MP3/MP4 Digital Player on, an animated welcome screen will appear briefly; this will then change to the Main Menu.

Main Menu items are: Music, Movie, Record, Voice, FM, Photo Browse, E-Book, Games, and Settings. Use the Next/Fast Forward Button to scroll through these options.

To select any menu option (on the Main Menu or sub menus) press the Menu Button. Use the Next/Fast Forward Button to scroll through options. To return to the main menu from any screen, hold down the Menu button for 3 seconds.

Automatic Shutdown

After 30 seconds of inactivity, the MP3/MP4 Digital Player will shut down to preserve battery life. Hold down the Play/Pause button for 3 seconds to power it back up.

Setting the Language

The MP3/MP4 Digital Player supports multiple languages. To change the language, select the Settings option in the Main Menu, select languages, and then choose the language you prefer.

Setting the Clock

You may want to set the date and time in your MP3/MP4 Digital Player. The date and time are available to view in the Settings Function of the Main Menu. To set the date and time, in the Settings Menu, select ‘Clock’. Use the Volume button to highlight what you want to change, and the Next/Fast Forward and Previous/Rewind Buttons to change the numbers up or down. Press Menu to return to the Settings Menu.

Available Memory

At any time you can view the amount of available memory by going to the Settings Menu, and selecting the ‘memory’ option.

Charging the MP3/MP4 Digital Player

The MP3/MP4 Digital Player runs off a battery and will need charging. On most screens a battery life indicator will be in the top right corner. When this indicates low or no battery, or if you cannot turn your player on, the player requires charging.

cannot turn your player on, the player requires charging. To charge your player, either connect the

To charge your player, either connect the power supply between the player and a power source, or connect the player to a computer using the included USB connector cable.

IMPORTANT: The On/Off Switch must be in the ‘On’ position for the battery to charge.

Connecting the MP3/MP4 Digital Player to your Computer

You will need to connect the MP3/MP4 Digital Player to your computer to download or transfer music, photos, and files.

Plug the included USB connector cable into a high-power USB port on your computer, and then connect the other end to the MP3/MP4 Digital Player.

Formatting the MP3/MP4 Digital Player

Before using your MP3/MP4 Digital Player it is highly recommended that you format the player. This effectively resets the player, removing any stored files and preparing it for receiving new files.

To format the player, insert the mini CD that came with the player into your CD drive. This will open a new window with a file called ‘DRIVER’, open the file and select the install icon titled ‘Msi.english’ (or your preferred language), this will open the Install Wizard. Follow the prompts on screen to install the software.

Connect your MP3/MP4 Digital Player to your computer using the supplied USB connector cable. Go to wherever you installed the software on your computer (if you are unsure where it has installed, you will most likely find it under ‘All Programs’ in the Start menu). Open the folder called MP3 Player Utilities 4.00, and open the application MP3 Player Disk Tool. It will open the following box:

MP3 Player Disk Tool. It will open the following box: In the drop down box beside

In the drop down box beside ‘Drive’ select your player. Then click on the ‘Start’ button. This will open a warning box saying ‘All data of the disk will lose. Do you want to reformat?’ This is explaining that when it reformats the player, it is resetting entirely and will wipe the memory – as long as you have any important files stored on you computer you will be easily able to reload them onto the player. If you are happy with this or setting up your player for the first time, click yes and the player will be reformatted and ready for use again.

If you have any trouble with your player, please reformat it and check to see if that solves the problem. If the problem continues phone our support line.

Using the Music Function

With your MP3/MP4 Digital Player you can always have your favourite music with you. Read this section to learn how to download and listen to music on your MP3/MP4 Digital Player.

The Music function supports both MP3 and WMA music files, and can also display song lyrics. When you enter the Music section, you will see the following screen

enter the Music section, you will see the following screen Controls Press the Play/Pause Button to

Controls

Press the Play/Pause Button to start the music Press the Play/Pause Button again if you wish to pause the music Hold down the Play/Pause Button for 3-5 seconds to stop the music To select the next song hit the Next/Fast Forward Button To select the previous song hit the Previous/Rewind Button.

Getting Music onto your computer

To listen to music on your MP3/MP4 Digital Player, you need to load the music onto the player from your computer.

Windows Media Player is a simple to use and compatible medium for transferring files between your computer and MP3/MP4 Digital Player. The latest version of Windows Media Player is best. You can download this from:

www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/

Loading Music from a CD

To load music from a CD into your Windows Media Player music library simply enter the CD into your computer. The following box should open

the CD into your computer. The following box should open Select the ‘Rip music from CD

Select the ‘Rip music from CD using Windows Media Player’ option.

This will automatically open Windows Media Player and produce a list of the songs on the CD (as below).

Player and produce a list of the songs on the CD (as below). If you do

If you do not want any of the songs on the CD added to your library, deselect the ticked box to the left of the song title by clicking on the tick. Click the ‘Start Rip’ button on the bottom right of the screen to begin copying the songs to your library.

Loading Music off the Internet

To download songs from the internet, click on the ‘Media Guide’ or ‘Online Stores’ button at the top right of the Windows Media Player screen. This will open a screen with several online music stores to choose from. You can use any of these stores to browse, purchase and download music. When you purchase music form these stores, the songs will be added to your Windows Media Player library.

Creating Playlists

Once the files are finished copying from the CD or downloading from the internet, you will find them in the ‘Library’ section of Windows Media Player. In this section you can listen to your music and organise it into various ‘Playlists’.

To create a playlist, select the Create Playlist option in the top left corner. This will allow you to name the playlist and will open a playlist panel on the right side of the screen. You can then select and drag songs from your library into the playlist panel. When you have dragged all the songs you wish to have in the playlist, click ‘Save Playlist’ at the bottom of the playlist panel.

Your playlists will be listed at the top left of the screen in your library.

Getting Music onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player

The first time you connect the player to the computer you will need to set up the ‘Sync’ function in Windows Media Player. This will allow you to sync, or copy, digital media files from your Windows Media Player library to your MP3/MP4 Digital Player.

Windows Media Player will determine whether your player should be synced manually or automatically. If it does not automatically attempt to sync the player, click on the ‘Sync’ menu in Windows Media Player, and click ‘Set up Device’.

If Windows Media Player selects to sync automatically, it will sync your entire library to the MP3/MP4 Digital Player. After that, your player will sync every time you connect it to your computer (unless the library exceeds the space on the player).

If you want to control which playlists sync automatically (instead of syncing your entire library), you can select certain playlists to sync by going to the Sync menu and selecting ‘Set-up Sync’.

If Windows Media Player has selected to sync your player manually, you will need to select the files and playlists you want on your player and sync manually, by clicking the Sync button.

If you have any trouble with Windows Media Player, it has a very thorough, simple to follow, help menu.

Selecting Your Music

To choose what song or playlist you want to listen to, when you open the Music section, hit the Menu Button, this will take you to a sub- menu, press Menu again to select ‘Local Folder’ on the sub-menu, this will take you to another sub-menu; you will find your playlists in the ‘Music’ folder in this sub-menu.

To scroll through options in the menus or sub-menus, use the Next/Fast Forward Button. To select a menu or sub-menu item, press the Menu Button. Once you have selected a playlist or song it will take you back to the main menu screen – from here you can play, pause, stop or select the next or previous song in the playlist using the controls listed on page 4.

Selecting the Mode

Once a song or playlist is playing, you can hit the Menu Button to get a new menu of various functions for playing your music. These functions are explained below.

Repeat

The repeat function offers you several choices for listening to your songs and playlists.

1. Normal – After the current song finishes, the next song will be played in the order they are listed in your library.

2. Repeat One – This will continue to repeat the current song.

3. Folder – This will play all of the songs in the specified folder (playlist).

4. Repeat Folder – This will repeat playing all of the songs in the specified folder (playlist).

5. Repeat All – This will repeat playing all songs in the player

6. Random – This will randomly shuffle and play all songs in the specified folder (playlist).

7. Intro – This will consecutively play the first 10 seconds of each song in the specified folder.

Equalizer

Selecting the genre of music you are player in the equalizer function will help the MP3/MP4 Digital Player to play your music to optimum quality and clarity. You can select from the following genres:

1. Natural

2. Rock

3. Pop

4. Classic

5. Soft

6. Jazz

7. DBB

Tempo Rate You can use this function to increase or decrease the speed of the music. -8 is the slowest speed, 0 normal. Note that only MP3 music files support this function.

Replay

This function allows you to repeat part of a song. To repeat part of a song, select the Replay function on the menu. In the circle at the bottom left of the screen (where the file size of the song playing is normally displayed) you will see ‘A-B’. The ‘A’ will be flashing, to select where you want the song to start repeating press the Next/Fast Forward Button; this will cause the ‘B’ to start flashing, to select where you want the song to stop repeating press the Next/Fast Forward Button. The section of song you selected will automatically continue to replay. To return to playing the song as normal hit the Menu Button.

Replay Times

This function allows you to set the number of times a selected section on song will continue to replay (under replay mode as above).

Replay Gap

This function allows you to set the number of seconds between the replays of the selected section of song (under replay mode as above)

Displaying Lyrics for Songs

If you have an LRC. (lyrics) file for the song playing, hold the Menu Button down for 3-5 seconds and the screen will divide into three panels. Song lyrics will display in this screen. The last few seconds of the song will play in the top of the screen, the current seconds will play in the middle panel, and the next few seconds of the song will display in the lower panel. If there are no lyrics for the song this will return you to the main menu. To return to the main music screen (without lyrics) press the Menu Button.

Using the Movie Function

Your MP3/MP4 Digital Player allows you to watch movies, TV shows, music videos – any AMV format file. Read this section to learn how to play movies and watch movies on your player.

When you enter the Movie Function from the Main Menu you will see the following screen:

from the Main Menu you will see the following screen: Controls The controls for the movie

Controls

The controls for the movie function are exactly the same as the for music function:

Press the Play/Pause Button to start the movie. Press the Play/Pause Button again if you wish to pause the movie. Hold down the Play/Pause Button for 3-5 seconds to stop the movie. To fast forward the movie hit the Next/Fast Forward Button To rewind the movie hit the Previous/Rewind Button.

File Format

Your MP4/MP4 Digital Player will only play movie files in an AMV format. Many movies and music videos you download form the internet may not be in this format. However, the MP3/MP4 digital player comes with an AMV Convert Tool. This tool is on the Mini CD underneath the packaging at the bottom of your box. Insert the CD into your computer and install the software.

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The AMV Convert Tool will look like this:

the software. 14 The AMV Convert Tool will look like this: To convert a non-AMV file,

To convert a non-AMV file, click the folder next to the ‘Input File’ box, then browse and select your file. Click the image by the ‘Output File’ box and browse and select the folder you would like to converted folder to save to. You can select to save straight to your MP3/MP4 Digital Player, but we recommend you also save the file to your computer so if you delete it off your player you still have a copy.

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so if you delete it off your player you still have a copy. Click the button

button to begin converting and saving the file/s.

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Using the Record Function

You can make voice and music recordings using the Record Function on your MP3/MP4 Digital Player. Audio recordings can be done in two file formats – WAV and ACT.

When you enter the record function from the Main Menu you will see the following screen:

from the Main Menu you will see the following screen: Controls To begin recording, press the

Controls

To begin recording, press the Play/Pause Button. To stop recording, press the Play Pause Button again. If you wish to continue recording from where you stopped, you can continue doing this.

Once you have finished recording, hold down the Menu Button for 3-5 seconds to save the recording.

The audio files your record will be saved into the ‘Local Folder’ in the Voice Function of the main menu. See the next chapter on Using the Voice Function for details on how to use this.

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Options

Recording options can be found by pressing the Menu Button when in the Record function, and selecting the ‘REC Type’ menu option. There are four different recording options to choose from:

Fine REC – WAV at 32Kbps, best for recording audio with quality Long REC – ACT at 8Kbps, best for recording audio for a long time Fine VOR – WAV at 32Kbps, best for recording voice with quality Long VOR – ACT at 8Kbps, best for recording voice for a long time

If the player will not record it may be because you have used all the disc space. Delete some of the files to get more memory space then try again.

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Using the Voice Function

You can listen to your voice and other audio recordings using the Voice Function of your MP3/MP4 Digital Player. The Voice Function supports both WAV and ACT files.

When you enter the Voice Function from the main menu you will see the following screen:

from the main menu you will see the following screen: Controls Press the Play/Pause button to

Controls

Press the Play/Pause button to play or pause the recording Press the Next/Fast Forward or Previous/Rewind Buttons to select the previous or next recording.

To select from a list of your recordings, press the menu button, this will take you to a sub-menu, select the Local Folder. This will take you to a list of all your recordings, select the recording you wish to play and press the Menu Button.

Deleting Files

You can delete recorded files to make room for new ones. To delete an audio file, from the main Voice Function screen, press the Menu Button; this will take you to a sub menu. Select ‘Delete’ on this menu; this will bring up a list of recorded files, to delete a file, select it and press menu, another screen will ask you to confirm if you want to delete the file, to delete it, select yes by pressing the Menu Button.

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Using the FM (Radio) Function

Unlike many other MP3 players, your MP3/MP4 Digital Player has a radio receiver in it, allowing you to listen to FM radio stations as well as your own music. You can listen to local stations between 87.5FM and 108FM.

When you enter the FM Function you will see the following screen.

you enter the FM Function you will see the following screen. Controls Hold down the Next/Fast

Controls

Hold down the Next/Fast Forward Button to scan forward for stations Hold down the Previous/Rewind Button to scan back for stations

To save a station, once you have selected it, go to the FM sub-menu by pressing the Menu Button, and select the ‘Save‘ option by pressing the Menu Button. If you have more than one saved station (you can save over 10 stations), you can press the Play/Pause Button to skip to the next saved station.

Options

You can delete saved stations by selecting ‘delete’ on the FM sub- menu. This will remove the current station as a saved station.

You can also record radio. To record, select ‘Record’ on the FM sub- menu, this will take you to the record screen where you will hear the radio playing in the background. You can record and save as per the instructions in the Record Function chapter.

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Using the E-book Function

This function allows you to store and read any text files in a .TXT format – this means that text in the E-book function will not contain any images or formatting. Read this section to learn how to use this function.

When you enter the E-book Function you will see the following screen:

enter the E-book Function you will see the following screen: Controls Press the Menu Button to

Controls

Press the Menu Button to go to the E-book sub-menu. In the sub- menu, your text files are stored in the ‘Local Folder’. Go to the Local Folder and select the text file you require. Scroll through pages using the Next/Fast Forward Button (or Previous/Rewind Button to go back). When you are at the end of the document the player will automatically return to the sub-menu. Press the Play/Pause Button at any time to return to the sub-menu.

Getting Text Files onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player

To save a text file to your MP3/MP4 digital player it must be saved as a .TXT file, often referred to as a ‘text only’ or ‘plain text’ file. Open the file on your computer that you wish to save to your MP3/MP4 Digital Player. Plug the player into your computer using the included USB connector cable.

On the ‘File’ menu at the top left of the screen, select ‘Save As’, this will open a box that will look something like this:

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this will open a box that will look something like this: 20 Click the arrow beside

Click the arrow beside the white ‘Save in’ box at the top (the one that says ‘Symtech’ in the above image), this will cause a drop down menu to open. Click on the ‘Removable Disc’ option (this is your MP3/MP4 Digital Player).

In the ‘File Name’ box at the bottom of the Save As box, type a name for your document. The name of the document in the example above is ‘user manual’.

Click on the arrow beside the white ‘Save as type’ box, at the bottom of the save as box, this will cause another drop down menu to open. Scroll through the options until you find the ‘Plain Text’ or ‘Text Only’ file, then click on it.

Once you have completed these three steps click the ‘Save’ button. Depending on what word processing program you are using, another box may open to make sure you realise that the document will have no images or formatting when it is on your MP3/MP4 Digital Player. Simply click the ‘OK’ button to continue saving the file onto your player.

Options

The E-book sub-menu offers a ‘Play Set’ option. This option allows you to select between either manually scrolling through pages using the Next/Fast Forward Button (for this, select ‘Manual Play’), or having the Mp3/MP4 Digital Player automatically change slides for you (for this, select ‘Auto Play’).

You can also delete saved text files by selecting ‘delete’ on the E-book sub-menu. This will remove the selected text from the player.

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Using the Photo Browse Function

The photo browse function allows you to take your pictures with you where ever you go. Your MP3/MP4 Digital Player will store any .jpg images.

When you enter the Photo Browse Function you will see the following screen:

Photo Browse Function you will see the following screen: Controls Press the Menu Button to go

Controls

Press the Menu Button to go to the Photo Browse sub-menu. To select a photo on the sub-menu, press play To scroll through pictures, use the Next/Fast Forward and Previous/Rewind Buttons.

Getting Pictures onto your MP3/MP4 Digital Player

To save an image onto to your MP3/MP4 digital player it must be saved as a .JPG file. Open the image on your computer that you wish to save to your MP3/MP4 Digital Player. Plug the player into your computer using the included USB connector cable.

On the ‘File’ menu at the top left of the screen, select ‘Save As’, this will open a box that will look like the one pictured in the Using the E- book Function chapter.

Click the arrow beside the white ‘Save in’ box at the top (the one that says ‘Symtech’ in the above image), this will cause a drop down menu to open. Click on the ‘Removable Disc’ option.

Click on the arrow beside the white ‘Save as type’ box, at the bottom of the save as box, this will cause another drop down menu to open. Scroll through the options until you find the ‘.JPEG’ (or ‘.JPG’ or ‘JPE’), then click on it. Click the ‘Save’ button to save the image onto your player.

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Using the Game Function

Your MP3/MP4 Digital Player comes with games to keep your entertained; however, these games vary between players (depending on the size of the memory). Most games come with instructions already on the player, follow these to play.

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