Hyundai H- F1382 User Manual

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H- F1382

DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER

 

Instruction manual

 

 

Dear customer!

Thank you for purchasing our product. For safety, it is strongly recommended to read this

manual carefully before connecting, operating and/or adjusting the product and keep the

manual for reference in the future.

 

Table of contents

 

Table of contents................................................................................................................................

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Important safeguards .........................................................................................................................

3

Names of controls & indicators ........................................................................................................

4

Accessories ........................................................................................................................................

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LCD display.......................................................................................................................................

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Getting playback started ...................................................................................................................

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Getting voice recording started ......................................................................................................

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Adjusting menu mode .....................................................................................................................

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Operating the FM radio...................................................................................................................

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Operating with computer ................................................................................................................

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Software utilities..............................................................................................................................

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Electronic Features ..........................................................................................................................

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FM Radio Specification ..................................................................................................................

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Troubleshooting guide ....................................................................................................................

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Regulatory information ...................................................................................................................

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Important safeguards

WARNING: To prevent fire or shock hazard,

Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

Keep the unit away from direct sunlight, storing magnetic fields, excessive dust, humidity and electronic / electrical equipment which generate electronic noise.

Use of control, adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in a fire or hazardous radiation exposure.

Do not drop your player or leave it under heavy objects.

To avoid accident of electric shock, please do not attempt to detach the cover of the player. Customer should contact a qualified technician regarding any repair job.

Do not remove / replace battery during operation.

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Names of controls & indicators

Portable MP3 Player

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NAMES OF DIFFERENT UNITS & CONTROLS

Music Mode:

NO

Name

Description

1

PLAY/PAUSE/

Start Playback / Pause / Power On

 

STOP

 

2

NEXT

Skip forward to next track

3

PREV

Skip backward to previous track

4

VOLUME +

Increase the volume level

5

VOLUME -

Decrease the volume level

6

STOP

Stop Playback / Power Off

7

EQ/REC

Start/ Stop Voice Recording/ EQ Setting

8

MENU

Enter Music / Voice /FM Radio / Setting / Erase / About / Exit Mode

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HOLD

Hold function

A

LCD

Display ID3 Tag & Function Status

B

Mobile Connect

Connect player to mobile phone

 

Jack

 

C

USB Jack

Connect player to computer

D

Earphone Jack

Connect to Earphone/ Hands Free

E

Strap Hole

 

F

Battery Door

 

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Radio Mode:

No

Name

Description

1

 

PLAY/PAUSE/

Fine adjust Channel

 

 

STOP

 

2

 

NEXT

Increase the FM frequency

3

 

PREV

Decrease the FM frequency

4.

 

VOLUME +

Increase the volume level

5.

 

VOLUME -

Decrease the volume level

6.

 

MENU

Enter FM Setting Mode / Quit to music mode

Erase Mode:

 

No

 

Name

 

Description

1.

 

PLAY/PAUSE

 

Delete the selected track/ file

2

 

STOP

 

Stop playback/ Power Off

3.

 

NEXT

 

Skip forward to next mode / track / file

4.

 

PREV

 

Skip backward to previous mode / track / file

5.

 

VOLUME +

 

Toggle between yes or no mode

6.

 

VOLUME -

 

Toggle between yes or no mode

7.

 

MENU

 

Enter the selected mode / quit to the music mode

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Accessories

1. Installation CD

2. Wire hands free Stereo earphone

3.User manual

4.USB cable

5. AAA alkaline battery

6. Mobile connection cable for Nokia model (option)

Remark: Accessories and items are subject to change

LCD display

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A.Current music / voice format

B.Player status PLAY , PAUSE II , STOP .

3.Play mode setting - Repeat the current song, repeat all songs, random, random all.

D.Volume level.

E.Hold.

F.Battery status.

G.Equalizer: NORMAL , , ROCK , JAZZ , CLASS .

H.Track number

I.Total number of tracks

J.Song title

K.Play time

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Getting playback started

1. Power ON / OFF

POWER ON

Press Play / Pause to turn on the power; the Mini K Music Player will be displayed on the LCD.

POWER OFF

Press and hold Play / Pause over 5 seconds to power off until the graphic disappear.

Caution: Don t remove the battery while the player is Power On, it will damage the firmware & the Player.

2. Playing Start

When the power is on, the TOC (Table of Content) will be shown on LCD.

3. Playback the Track

Press Play / Pause allows you to toggle between play & pause mode.

Press Play / Pause for 3 seconds to stop playback while playing track.

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4. Fast Tracking

While the track is being played, press and hold PREV or NEXT for fast-forward or backward the track.

5. Skip / Return Tracking

Press Next to skip forward to the next track.

Press Prev to skip backward to the previous track.

6. Digital Volume Control

To adjust the volume, press volume + to increase the volume or press volume - to decrease the volume from 0 (mute) to 30 (Max Level).

7. Hold Function

Slide the Hold key upwards. The icon Locked will be shown on the display.

The player will lock in the previous stage.

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8. Low Battery Indicator

Indicates high battery level.

Indicates medium battery level.

Indicates low battery level.

Indicates that the battery level is empty and the player needs to replace a new battery.

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Getting voice recording started

1. Voice Recording

Press MENU and select Record icon with PREV or NEXT

Press MENU for confirming the selection, the player will change to Record Mode

The player will record the voice automatically after entering the Record Mode

Press MENU for stop recording the voice, and it will quit the Record Mode at the same time

Press MENU for 3 seconds to return to the music mode

2. Voice File Playback

Press MENU and select VOICE icon with PREV or NEXT , then pressMENU for entering the Voice Mode

Press PREV or NEXT to skip backward or forward

Press PLAY/PAUSE to playback or pause the recorded file

Press and hold STOP button for stopping the playback

Press MENU , it will back to the Voice mode

Hold MENU for 3 seconds and return to the music mode

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Adjusting menu mode

1. Entry MENU Mode

Press MENU to enter MENU mode.

Press NEXT and PREV to select the required mode.

Press MENU to confirm the selected mode.

2. Setting

Select Setting icon with PREV or NEXT and press MENU for enter the selected mode.

1. EQUALIZER SETTING (EQ)

Select the EQ icon in setting list and press MENU to enter.

5 types of EQ settings will be shown on LCD.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

2. PLAY MODE SETTING

Select Play Mode icon in setting list and press MENU to enter.

5 types of play modes will be shown on LCD.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

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3. CONTRAST SETTING

Select Contrast in setting list and press MENU to enter.

Press NEXT and PREV to adjust the contrast level.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

4. POWER SAVING

Select Power Saving in setting list.

Press NEXT and PREV to select the power saving time.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

The power saving time measures the idle time of the player and the player will be automatically power off when time is up.

5. VOICE RECORD SETTING

Select Record settings in setting list.

Adjust the voice recording frequency from 8000Hz to 48000Hz by pressing NEXT orPREV .

Press MENU to confirm voice recording frequency.

Higher sampling rate, the recording voice gets higher quality. 8000Hz is standard quality and 48000Hz is best quality.

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6. BACKLIGHT SETTING

Select Backlight Setting in setting list.

Press NEXT or PREV to setting the backlight time.

4 types of backlight time will be shown on the LCD.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

7.BACKLIGHT COLOR SETTING

Select Backlight Color in setting list.

Press NEXT or PREV to select the backlight color.

7 backlight color will be shown on the LCD.

For Random Color selection, the player will change the backlight color when any button is pressed.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

You can press backlight color button for turning on the backlight.

8. EXIT

Select Exit in setting list

Press MENU to quit from the Setting Mode

Press and hold MENU for 3 seconds to return the music mode

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3. Record

Select Record icon with PREV or NEXT button.

Press MENU to enter the Record mode and start Recording.

Press MENU to stop.

Press and hold MENU return to the music mode.

4. Erase File(s)

Select Erase icon with PREV and NEXT button.

Press MENU to enter.

Select Music or voice by pressing NEXT or PREV .

Press MENU to enter the selected mode.

Enter Music to delete music files, enter Voice to delete voice files.

After entering the Erase mode, the procedures are listed in the following:

Press NEXT or PREV to select file (s) for delete.

Press VOLUME or to toggle Yes or No icon.

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Press Play / Pause to confirm & delete.

Press and hold MENU to go back to the music mode.

Warning: The erased file(s) cannot be recovered in any condition.

5. Music Mode

Select MUSIC icon with PREV or NEXT button.

Press MENU to enter the selected mode.

Press PREV or NEXT for selecting the track.

Press PLAY / PAUSE for playback or pausing the track.

Press PLAY / PAUSE for stopping.

Press and hold PLAY / PAUSE for power off.

6. About Mode

Select About icon and press MENU to enter. The player information will be displayed on the LCD.

Press MENU to exit .

Press and hold MENU for return to the music mode.

7.Exit Mode

Select Exit icon by pressing PREV or NEXT . Press MENU for returning the Music Mode.

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Operating the FM radio

While playing in Music Mode, press MENU and select the FM Radio with NEXT orPREV .

Press MENU to enter the Radio Mode.

1. FM Tuning

Auto Scanning the whole FM band.

Press MENU and select Auto Scan with NEXT or PREV .

Press MENU to enter the selection.

Auto scanning will be started.

Each FM station detected will be stored in the 20 preset memory (previous preset channel will overwrite by new FM station detected).

Fine adjust FM Band

Press Play / Pause to remove the Preset icon.

Press NEXT to increase FM frequency and PREV to decrease FM frequency.

How to save desired FM band in Memory Channel

Select the Channel first.

Press Play / Pause to remove Preset icon.

Adjust FM frequency by passing NEXT and PREV .

Press NEXT to increase FM frequency for selecting the channel and PREV to decrease FM frequency for selecting the channel.

Press MENU and select Memory Ch with NEXT or PREV .

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Press MENU to enter the Memory Ch .

Adjust the channel position by press NEXT and PREV .

Save the Frequency into the memory channel by press MENU to confirm.

2. FM Recording

In FM Radio Mode, press MENU to select FM Recording with NEXT or PREV .

Press MENU to enter the FM Record Mode and the start recording.

Press the MENU button again to stop recording.

The recorded file is saved in the Player memory

To play a FM recorded file, press and hold MENU back to Music Mode.

Press NEXT or PREV to select the saved FM files in .wav format in the Music track.

Press Play/Pause to play the selected FM file.

3. FM Recording Setting

Select Record settings in setting list.

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

Adjust the voice recording frequency from 8000Hz to 48000Hz by pressing NEXT orPREV . Press MENU to confirm voice recording frequency.

Higher sampling rate, the recording voice gets higher quality. 8000Hz is standard quality and 48000Hz is best quality.

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4. FM Hold

Select FM Hold icon in setting list

Press MENU to confirm the selection.

5. Exit

Select Exit in setting list

Press MENU for quit from the Setting Mode and return to the FM radio mode

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Operating with mobile phone

1. Connection methods and steps

Switch on the player and the mobile phone

Ring tone will hear and Mobile icon will show on the display if there is an incoming call.

The player status will change to Pause Mode automatically

Switch the earphone to answer the call

Switch the earphone again to end the conversation or until Mobile signal disappear

The player will back to the previous mode automatically

Remarks: During the phone conversation only one side of the hands free earphone is activated.

2. Conversation recording

The user can record the phone conversation. Press MENU to enter Menu Mode .

Select Record icon with PREV or Next button.

Press MENU to enter the Record mode and start recording.

Press MENU to stop

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Operating with computer

When connecting the player to your computer, Removable Driver, (H:) is shown on My Computer . It represents the flash memory of the player. Then, you can upload, download and manage the file(s) in the player by computer.

Firmware Download and Format are enclosed with the bundle CD ROM: Installation CD. Please refer to Software Utilities for the operation instruction of Firmware Download and

Format.

1. System Requirements

Windows ME / 2000 / XP; Mac OS 9 or above

CD-ROM Drive 4x or above

Pentium MMX 200 or above

Minimum 30MB hard disk space

USB (Universal Serial Bus) port

Note: To install software under Windows 2000 / XP, you must login as an administrator

2. Software Installation

1.Insert the Installation CD into your CD-ROM driver.

2.To start the installation manually: On desktop, click Start then Run , enter D:\Setup.exe (D is the name of CD-ROM drive) and click OK to start.

3.Following the icon instruction, click Next to continue installation.

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4. Read the following license agreement carefully. If you agree, select Yes to continue. Otherwise, select No to exit.

5. Select Next to continue, the installation is C:\Program Files \Sigma Tel \MSCN, a directory will be created.

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6. Click Next to continue.

7. Click Finish to continue.

3. Computer Connection

Switch on the computer.

Switch off the player.

Connect the player and the computer via USB cable

Press Play / Pause to power on the player.

Ready will be appeared on the LCD display when the connection is established.

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Caution: MP3 player must be POWER OFF when connecting to computer. After finishing the USB cable connection, MP3 player can be POWER ON safely.

4. Disconnect from the computer

When there is no data transmission, you can unplug the player from the computer.

Caution: Do not unplug the player when Read or Write icon is showing on the LCD display.

Safety remove the player from Window s desktop by following the Windows Safety Remove Hardware instructions before physically disconnecting the cable.

1.By double click the hardware removal icon, the box of Safely Remove Hardware appear.

2.Click Stop for continue.

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3. Click OK to confirm

4. You can remove the player from Window s desktop after the dialogue appear.

Note: The circuitry of the player and the computer could be seriously damaged if the USB cable is unplugged not following the instruction under Windows ME / 2000 / XP.

5. Driver Installation

After connecting the player to computer via USB port, the computer detects new hardware as aRemovable Drive, (H:) is shown on My Computer , which represents the flash memory of the player.

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6. File Transferring

From My Computer , select the mp3 files for copying.

High-light the file.

Right Click the mouse and select Copy .

Open the Removable Drive (H:) from My Computer .

Right Click the mouse and select Paste on the Removable Drive (H:) for transferring the files into the player.

Note: All the voice recording files are located at VOICE directory.

7. Software Un-installation

On Windows Desktop, click Start and then Programs . From Program, select Sigma Tel MSCN Audio Player then click Uninstall . The software Sigma Tel MSCN Audio Player will be removed automatically.

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Software utilities

From the CD ROM, Installation CD. There is a software utility bundling with the player:

MSCN Firmware Download.

Warning: Some memory space in Flash Memory is reserved for Firmware Upgrade Features. Therefore, usable memory space will be less than 128MB/256MB, where applicable.

MSCN Firmware Download

It is utility for updating firmware of the player. It can also be downloaded if your player stops responding or not functioning.

CAUTION: Please note that ALL DATA in the flash memory may be lost after downloading the firmware. Please back up your data before running the software utilities.

1. Connect and download the Firmware to the player

Switch On the computer.

Switch Off the player.

Connect the player to the computer via the USB cable.

Press Play / Pause to Power On the player.

To enter Firmware Download, click on Start and select Program on Windows Desktop. From Program , select Digital Music Player , then click on Firmware Download .

Warning: The player MUST NOT be disconnected from the computer when the player is under accessing. The circuitry and firmware of the player may be damaged seriously.

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∙ A MSCN Firmware Download box is shown

Press Show Details to see the Current and Upgraded Firmware Version On Download Options, there are two selections:

Click the checkbox for format the MP3 Player Flash Memory. ALL DATA WILL BE ERASED.

Unclick the checkbox for download the Firmware only. MP3 Player Flash Memory will not be formatted.

If click the checkbox, the Question Box is shown.

Click Yes for confirm and No for cancelled

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Click Start to process the firmware upgrade.

Wait until the status bar is full

Click on Close button when download is finished

Download is completed.

Warning: All data will be erased after click the checkbox. Please back up the data before downloading the firmware.

2. Emergency Mode:

When the player does not function properly, you are required to recover the player by installing the software for Player Recovery Device

Switch On the computer

Switch Off the player

Connect the player to the computer via the USB cable

Press and hold PLAY/PAUSE/STOP button more than 5 seconds and enter Firmware

Download at the same time (To enter Firmware Download, click Start and selectProgram on Windows Desktop. From Program , select Digital Music Player , then click on Firmware Download .)

∙ Your computer will take time to search the hardware (player) for 15 seconds.

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∙ After click Firmware Download , the following box will appear

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Click Next to continue and waiting for the installation

Press and hold PLAY/PAUSE/STOP button until the computer find the new hardware wizard.

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Click Back for returning the previous step of click Cancel for stopping the installation

∙ After installation, click Finish to close the box

After installing the software for Player Recovery Device, you are required to upgrade the Firmware. The procedure is same as the Firmware Download (please refer to page).

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Electronic Features

Files Support

WMA & MP3 (Music) / ADPCM (Voice)

Digital Volume Control

30 Levels

Audio Frequency

20-20KHz

Head Phone Output Power

5mW + 5mW (22 OHM)

Signal to Noise Ratio

>80dB

Total Harmonic Distortion

<0.1%

Audio Output

One 3.6 mm Jack

Internal Memory Capacity

32MB / 64MB / 128MB / 256MB

Battery Type

One AAA size battery (Alkaline)

Battery Life Time

Max. 12 hours

PC interface

USB Cable

FM Radio Specification

 

 

 

Frequency Range

87.5-108 MHz

S/N Ratio

40-60 dB

Sensitivity at 30dB S/N

25-31 dB

Stereo Separation

30-40 dB

Audio output Distortion

< 1-2 %

 

 

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Troubleshooting guide

The player does not work

Check the capacity of the battery. One 1.5V AAA size

 

battery is required.

 

Check the polarity ( and ) of the battery.

 

Note: You may use any 1.5V AAA size battery, but

 

alkaline battery tends to last longer.

 

You can also use a rechargeable AAA size 1.2V Ni-Cid or

 

Ni-MH battery.

The buttons are not

Check the HOLD function setting. When the HOLD

functioning

function is on. All buttons are locked.

 

Try reinstalling the battery to reinitialize the player.

Unable to download data

Ensure the USB cable is properly connected to your PC and

 

the player.

 

Check that the USB driver is installed

 

Ensure that there is enough memory to store music or data

 

file(s)

Lost data

Occasionally some parts of a data stream may be damaged

 

owing to instability of power while downloading files. In

 

such a case, format to initialize the memory in the player by

 

the utility MP3 Player.

 

 

How many minutes of MP3

It depends on the memory size of the player. A player with

files can this player hold

64MB of memory can hold approximately 60 minutes the

 

near CD sound quality MP3 files.

Player is not recognized by

Check if the USB cable is connected properly, and if the

the PC

player is on.

 

Check that the USB driver is installed.

Player is not responding and

Refer to MSCN Firmware Download in Software Utilities

not functioning

 

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Regulatory information

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, Pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1.This device may not cause harmful interference, and

2.This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

3.If your device needs repairs, you must arrange for the manufacturer to make them if you

are to keep the device's FCC registration valid.

This equipment, like other electronic equipment, generates and uses radio frequency energy. If not installed and used according to the instructions in this manual, this equipment cause interference with your radio and television reception.

If you think this equipment is causing interference with your radio or television reception, try turning the equipment off and on, If the interference problems stop when the equipment is switched Off, then equipment is probably causing the interference. You may be able to correct the problem by doing one or more of the following:

Adjust the position of the radio or TV antenna

Move the device away from the radio or TV

If necessary, consult your dealer or an experiences radio or television technician.

You may find this booklet helpful: "How to Identity and Resolve Radio and TV interference Problems"(Stock No. 004-000-00345-4), Prepared by the FCC and available from the U.S. Government Printing office, Washington, DC 20402. See.

For the customers in Europe

The CE mark on the Audio Player is valid only for the products marketed in the European Union.

Note: All specifications and design are subject to change without further notice or obligation.

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