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4 GB MP3 Player
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e instruction manual before using theproduct and
then save it for future r
eference. We r eserve theright for any errors in
text or images and any necessary changes made to technical data.
In theevent of technical problems or other queries, please contact our
Never expose theMP3 player to constant sunlight, heat sources,
moisture or rain.
Do not expose theMP3 player to hard knocks or blows.
Do not place theMP3 player in your pocket together with other
objects such as keys.
Protect your hearing. Listening on high volume for pr olonged
periods can lead to permanent hearing loss.
TheMP3 player is equipped with avolume limiter which prevents
thevolume from being raised above 85 dB. This is because
listening to continuous loud music for extended periods can cause
permanent hearing loss.
Thevolume limiter can, however , be temporarily disabled in order to
raise thevolume above 85 dB. Method:
urning theMP3 player on
Hold in [ ► ll ] until theLED indicator starts to ﬂash.
After amoment, theﬁrst music ﬁle will be played. TheLED indicator
ﬂashes slowly when theMP3 player is in play mode.
Otherwise, play is controlled using thecontr ols described in
Buttons and functions section above.
Hold in [ ► ll ] again to switch theMP3 player off.
Care, maintenance and storage
Wipe off theMP3 player with adry cloth.
If theMP3 player is not used for along time, thebattery should
be fully charged every 3rd month in or
der to maintain its capacity .
Store theMP3 player in acool, dust-fr ee place if it is not to be
used for along time.
r oubleshooting guide
does not start.
Thebattery might be ﬂat. Recharge thebattery .
T urn theplayer on by pressing [ ► ll ].
Files cannot be
Check theconnection between theplayer
Check that theﬁles that you wish to transfer
are compatible with theplayer
• Check thevolume.
Make sure that theheadphones ar e intact and
Is theMP3 player in play mode?
Is theﬁle undamaged and compatible with
Reset theplayer to factory default settings
by carefully pr
essing [ Reset ] on theback of
theplayer with asuitable, pointed object.
This product should be disposed of in accor
dance with local regulations.
If you are unsur
e how to proceed, contact your local council.
Do not wear headphones when driving avehicle of
any kind. Doing so could constitute atrafﬁc hazar
Protect your hearing. Listening on high volume for
prolonged periods can lead to permanent hearing loss.
Buttons and functions
3.5 mm headphone socket
[ + ] Increase thevolume
[ ► ll ] On/off, play/pause.
[ - ] Decrease thevolume
Mini USB port for charging and music ﬁle transfer
[ l ◄◄ ] Previous track, hold in for fast rewind
[ ►► l ] Next track, hold in for fast forward
[ Reset ] Reset theMP3 player to its factory default settings
Press [ + ] and raise thevolume until you hear
3 quick beeps (thebeeps will be repeated if
thebutton is held in too long once you have
come to thevolume limit). W
ait until thelast 3
beeps have stopped.
Press [ ► ll ] using two short pr esses.
Theplayer will emit two beeps to conﬁrm that
you can raise thevolume above 85 dB.
Press [ + ] to raise thevolume.
If after having completed the3 steps
above then lower thevolume below 85 dB or
switch theMP3 player off, thevolume limiter will
be re-enabled. All 3 steps of thelimiter disabling
e must be performed again in order to be
able to raise thevolume above 85 dB once more.
Charging thebuilt-in battery
Fully charge thebattery before using theMP3 player for theﬁrst time.
Thebattery should also be fully charged before using theMP3
player again after along period of disuse.
If theMP3 player is not used for along time, thebattery should be
fully charged every 3rd month in or
der to maintain its capacity .
Connect theMP3 player to acomputer (or other USB charger)
using thesupplied USB lead. TheLED indicator will show asteady
red to indicate that charging is in pr
Full charge is achieved after about 5 hours. TheLED indicator will
show asteady blue when thebattery is fully charged.
Connect theMP3 player to acomputer using thesupplied USB lead.
T ransfer ﬁles from thecomputer to theMP3 player in thenormal
way for your operating system.