- •Table of Contents
- •Your Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player
- •Package Contents
- •System Requirements
- •Touring the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player
- •(1) LCD display
- •(2) Earphone jack
- •For connecting your earphone to Joybee 110.
- •(3) Necklet hole
- •For strapping the necklet.
- •(3) Scroll up/Next track/Fast forward () Button
- •(6) Menu/Function (MENU) Button
- •(7)/(8) Volume up (+VOL)/Volume down (-VOL) Button
- •(15) USB port
- •The LCD Display
- •Getting the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player Ready
- •Connecting Earphone
- •Charging the Battery
- •Installing Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player Software
- •Installing the USB Driver
- •Installing in Windows ME/Windows 2000/Windows XP
- •Installing in Windows 98
- •Using the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player
- •Turning the Player On and Off
- •Playing Music
- •Section Repeat
- •Play Repeat, EQ (Equalizer), Play Speed
- •Using the Record Function
- •Recording using the built-in microphone
- •System Setups
- •Recording setups
- •Setting date and time
- •Format flash memory
- •Setting Joybee 110 Auto-Off time
- •Setting display backlight duration
- •Setting display contrast
- •Setting language
- •SW Upgrade
- •Buttons Lock
- •Using the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player as a USB Flash Drive
- •Using QMusic
- •The Main Screen
- •Adding songs to the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player using QMusic
- •Adding CD music to the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player
- •Notes, FAQ and Troubleshooting Tips
- •FAQ and Troubleshooting Tips
- •Why can’t I play certain songs in WMA format using my Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player?
- •How many minutes of MP3 music can be stored in the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player?
- •How long is the maximum recording time?
- •When should I recharge the battery?
- •Why do different songs have different sound volumes?
- •Why is the memory capacity shown in the player smaller than that in the specifications chart?
- •How can I get the updated firmware and fonts data?
Digital Audio Player
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1.This player is a highly precise electronic product. Please do not disassemble it.
2.Do not format the memory of the player in FAT32/NTFS file format.
3.Do not attempt to alter any part of the player.
4.Do not subject the player to severe impact.
5.Keep the player away from water or direct sunlight.
6.Use damp cloth to clean the player. Do not use any chemical solution.
7.Use only chargers and accessories for use with this particular player model. The use of any other types will invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the player, and may be dangerous.
8.Keep proper volume while listening or it may cause eternal harm to listening capacity.
9.Dispose of unused player and its accessories according to local environmental regulations.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents i
Your Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player 1
Package Contents 1
System Requirements 1
Touring the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player 2
The LCD Display 4
Getting the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player Ready 5
Connecting Earphone 5
Charging the Battery 5
Installing Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player Software 6 Installing the USB Driver 7
Installing in Windows ME/Windows 2000/Windows XP 7 Installing in Windows 98 7
Using the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player 8
Turning the Player On and Off 8
Playing Music 8
Section Repeat 8
Play Repeat, EQ (Equalizer), Play Speed 8
Using the Record Function 9
System Setups 9
Recording setups 10
Setting date and time 10
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Format flash memory 10
Setting Joybee 110
Setting language 10 SW Upgrade 10
Buttons Lock 10
Using the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player as a USB Flash Drive 11
Using QMusic 12
The Main Screen 12
Adding songs to the Joybee 110 Digital Audio Player using QMusic 14
Notes, FAQ and Troubleshooting Tips 21
FAQ and Troubleshooting Tips 22
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