Jensen MP3 Player SMPV 2GBLB User Manual

DIGITAL MEDIA PLAYER  
USER MANUAL  
SMPV-2GBLB  
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BEFORE OPERATING THIS UNIT AND RETAIN THIS BOOKLET  
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WARNING  
Do not throw the product into fire to avoid danger of explosion.  
Do not immerse into water or get soaked since the battery charging function will be lost.  
Place the product far away from heat sources, and protect the product from direct  
sunlight.  
Do not charge the internal rechargeable battery longer than specified to prevent danger of  
fire. Overcharging rechargeable batteries may shorten their life span.  
Do not unplug the unit during file transfer. It may cause malfunction to your PC and the  
unit.  
Do not plug in the earbuds or audio cable during file transfer.  
Do not use the product where electric appliances are prohibited.  
Protect the product from violent impact and vibrations.  
No compensation responsibility for malfunctions caused by improper use.  
It is prohibited to conduct illegal audio recording.  
Downloading can be delayed if there are too many folders or files.  
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the unit that is not expressly described  
in this guide. Internal inspections, alternations and repairs should be conducted by  
qualified service personnel.  
Save the data in the memory of the product to other storage device before repair. No  
compensation responsibility if the data are lost during repair.  
BATTERY INFORMATION  
On first use of the product, we recommend you to fully charge your unit. Connect the unit with  
the provided USB cable to the USB port of your personal computer correctly. Once the unit  
connects with the PC, it starts charging. It takes about 3 hours to fully charge the battery. The  
battery indicator in the top right corner of the LCD screen will appear with all 4 segments lit.  
NOTE:  
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To prolong the life of a rechargeable battery, completely discharge it before fully charging it  
again.  
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Recharge the unit when below status shows:  
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low battery;  
unit turns off on its own;  
operation button not working normally.  
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INTRODUCTION  
Support MP3, WMA and WAV music formats  
View JPEG, GIF and BMP picture format  
Supports AMV video format (AMV video conversion software provided on the CD-Rom)  
USB mass storage device  
Voice can be recorded through a microphone and saved as a voice file in WAV or ACT  
format  
FM radio with 20 preset channels  
7 different EQ modes and different repeat modes  
Auto power-off function  
Electronic book function  
Win2000, Win ME, Win XP and Vista system compatible  
Built-in Li-ion battery that can be charged via the PC USB port  
USB 2.0 interface for file transfer  
Location of Control  
Function Definition  
1PLAY: Power On / Play / Stop / Rec (when POWER ON/OFF is set to “ON”)  
2MODE: Select / Enter  
3POWER ON/OFF: Main Power On/Off Slide Switch  
4NEXT: Next / Fast Forward ( )  
5PRE: Previous / Fast Reverse (  
)
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6REC: Record/ Repeat A to B replay mode  
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VOL+: Volume up/ Fast volume up  
8VOL-: Volume down/ Fast volume down  
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USB: USB Connector for PC file transfer  
Definition of Button Action  
Button action includes: Press, Tap and Press & Hold. Unless otherwise specified, “Press”  
takes priority of other button actions.  
Press: Normal Press (1-2 seconds) the button to invoke the function.  
Tap: Quickly press the button to activate the function.  
Press & Hold: Press & hold a button to speed up the function of that control, such as volume or  
LCD black screen time, Sleep Time adjust and Fast Forward/Reverse.  
LCD Display  
Please refer to below illustration for the icon in main menu.  
Music  
Voice  
Movie  
Record  
FM Mode  
Ebook  
View  
Picture  
Sys Set  
Operation Guide  
IMPORTANT: Before first use we recommend you charge this unit a minimum of 3  
hours by connecting it to the USB port on your computer.  
1. Power On/Off  
- Slide the POWER Switch to the ON position, the unit will turn on automatically.  
- Press & Hold the PLAY button to turn off when the unit is on.  
- Press & Hold the PLAY button to turn on the unit again.  
- Slide the POWER Switch to the OFF position to power off the unit completely.  
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2. Music mode  
2.1 Music Mode Interface  
2.2 Music Operation  
After turning the unit on, select the Music icon from the main menu using the  
buttons. Press the MODE button to enter.  
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1) Press the PLAY button to start playing the current track shown.  
2) While playing, press the PLAY button to pause and then press again to resume.  
3) To adjust the volume level, press the VOL button, and then press VOL+ or VOL- to  
adjust the volume up or down. This unit has a built-in speaker that is active when the  
earbuds are not plugged in.  
4) To skip to the previous or next track, press the  
buttons to search within the song track.  
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buttons. Press & Hold the  
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5) While playing, tap the MODE button and then Press & Hold the MODE button again to  
return it to the main menu.  
2.3 Lyrics display  
While a song is playing and if the lyrics file is present, you can view the lyrics by pressing &  
holding the MODE button. Press the MODE button again to exit lyrics mode.  
Note: This unit supports “XXXX.LRC” lyric files. It will run the lyrics on the display in sync  
with the music. Just make sure the lyric file and the song file have the same file name.  
For example:  
Song file name is: sky.mp3  
Lyric file name is: sky.lrc  
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2.4 Music Setting Mode  
In the music playing mode, tap the MODE button to enter music setting mode.  
2.4.1 Repeat Setting  
Press the  
enter. Press  
/
buttons to choose Repeat and then press the MODE button again to  
to select the repeat mode you prefer and press the MODE button again  
/
to confirm. The following repeat modes are available: Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat  
Folder, Repeat All, Random and Intro.  
Normal: All songs tracks will play one after the other until all the songs on the list finish  
playing;  
Repeat One: Select one song track to play repeatedly;  
Folder: Plays all song tracks inside a selected folder once;  
Repeat Folder: Plays all song tracks inside a selected folder repeatedly;  
Repeat All: Play all song tracks repeatedly;  
Random: Play all song tracks in random order;  
Intro: Play every song track for 10 seconds sequentially before skipping to the next.  
2.4.2 Equalizer (EQ) setting  
After choosing the Equalizer submenu, press the  
/
buttons to  
choose the EQ mode. There are 7 EQ modes available: Normal, Rock,  
Pop, Classical, Soft, Jazz and DBB. Press the MODE button to confirm.  
2.4.3 Tempo rate setting:  
After choosing the Tempo rate submenu, press the  
/
buttons to set the rate of  
playback. There are 17 levels from -8 to +8 in which -8 is the lowest, +8 is the highest and 0  
means original speed. Press the MODE button to confirm.  
2.4.4 Replay (A to B) setting  
Choose the “Replay” submenu, and “A” starts to blink on the  
screen. Press the  
button to select the start point “A”, then “B” will  
button to set the  
start to flash for end point selection. Press the  
replay end point B. “A-B” stops flashing and now it automatically  
starts to replay the passage between markers A and B.  
If you want to change the marker points for a new replay  
passage, just press , then “A” starts to flash and then repeat the above steps to complete.  
If you want to cancel the replay mode, press the MODE button once and the “A-B” icon  
will disappear.  
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2.4.5 Replay time setting  
Replay time means the number of times the replay passage will be played. Choose from  
1 to 10 by pressing the  
/
buttons and then press the MODE button to confirm.  
2.4.6 Replay gap setting:  
Replay gap is the pause time between successive replays. Choose from 1 to 10 seconds  
by pressing the  
/
buttons and then press the MODE button to confirm.  
2.4.7 Exit  
Choose EXIT to return to music mode.  
2.5 Music Pause Mode  
When the music playback is paused, tap the MODE button to enter  
the music folder/file mode. The following options are present.  
2.5.1 Local folder  
Press the  
/
buttons to choose and then press the MODE  
button to enter. Select the desired local folder using the  
and then press the MODE button to confirm.  
/
buttons  
2.5.2 Delete file  
After choosing the Delete file submenu, press the  
/
buttons to  
select the file you want to delete and then press the MODE button to  
confirm. Press the buttons to select “Yes” or “No”. If you choose  
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Yes” and press the MODE button to confirm, the selected file will be  
deleted. If you choose “No”, you will exit the delete file mode.  
2.5.3 Delete all  
After choosing the Delete all submenu, press the  
/
buttons to select “Yes”, and  
press the MODE button to confirm. If you choose “No”, you will exit the Delete all mode.  
2.5.4 Exit  
Choose EXIT to return to music pause mode.  
Note: No matter where you enter the MUSIC mode, you will always enter in stop mode and at  
the same stop point in the song as where you were before exiting.  
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3. Movie Mode  
Select the Movie icon from the main menu using the  
/
buttons. Press the MODE  
button to enter. Press the  
/
buttons to choose video you desire and then press PLAY to