P159 1.1inch 2G MP3 Player

P159 1.1inch 2G MP3 Player

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Just exercise your options with the slim and stylish Digital MP3 Player! This 2GB MP3 Player is the most recent in an evolution of music formats that have helped consumers enjoy their tunes. Featuring built-in stereo speakers, you can unplug your headphones and listen to your music out loud with this Portable MP3 Player. In addition to superior sound quality, you can even record lectures, meetings and radio broadcasts via the voice. The Digital MP3 Player is along with a few more handy items. The Portable MP3 Player lets you fit up to 2GB of music right in your pocket. Simply wear this Digital MP3 Player and take it to the gym, walking, jogging, or just relaxing yourself at home. This Best Media Player is perfect gift for anyone! Digital MP3 Player is easy to switch between them and find the one you want without looking. This Digital MP3 Player combines the features you expect with easy-to-use controls refined by years of experience! Specifications: The Portable MP3 Player lets you fit up to 2GB of music right in your pocket USB 2.0 high speed connection Multiple language pack Simply wear this Digital MP3 Player and take it to the gym, walking, jogging, or just relaxing yourself at home 1.1in screen 128 x 64 8GB build-in flash max supported E-Book function, Support TXT Format. FM Radio is optional Take your entertainment with the 2GB MP3 Player You can even listen to your favorite FM programming via the built-in FM tuner Huge capacity memory gives you plenty of storage for music, videos, photos, and text You can sync your playlists and always find the perfect mix for your activity or mood Portable MP3 Player is easy to switch between them and find the one you want without looking This Digital MP3 Player combines the features you expect with easy-to-use controls refined by years of experience Audio format: MP3,WMA,WAV Playback: About 20 hours by earphone, 5 hours by speaker with max volume Size: 56 x 35 x 15mm/2.18 x 1.36 x 0.58in Details: Take your entertainment with the Digital MP3 Player, the Digital MP3 Player allows you to listen to the MP3 music saved on your USB flash drive in your car, truck or boat MP3 Player is easy to switch between them and find the one you want without looking You can sync your playlists and always find the perfect mix for your activity or mood Simply wear this Digital MP3 Player and take it to the gym, walking, jogging, or just relaxing yourself at home How to Use an MP3 Digital Player: In order to upload files that can be used on an MP3 player, a person must first connect the MP3 player to a computer using a USB cord After the player is connected, it can take 10-15 seconds for the computer to recognize it. A new icon will appear on the desktop (on a Mac) or in the "My Computer" menu (on a PC) when the computer locates the new hardware Find the folder in your computer where your MP3 files are saved. You can find MP3 files at places like MP3Point.com. When you reach this folder, select "Ctrl+A" to select all or some of the files. Then select "Ctrl+C" on the keyboard to copy the files Find the icon that appeared in Step 2 and open it up by double clicking on it. When the window opens, press "Ctrl+V" on your keyboard. This will move the selected MP3 files onto your MP3 player Safely remove the player by right clicking on the MP3 player icon, and then clicking on "Remove Device" when the menu opens Check to see if the files have been downloaded to the player. If they have, select the one you want and press "Play." How to Choose a MP3 Player: Consider the amount of storage available. At the lower end of the market a 512mb to 1Gb player will generally hold up to 200 songs Think about portability; if you have an active lifestyle then you will need a player that is small and compact. If you intend to use your player whilst jogging or whilst training in the Gym then a flash based system will be a better choice as they contain no moving parts and therefore won't skip Decide on the type of interface you want. Will the interface be easy to access and use on the move or will it require 100% of your attention to choose your songs? This is one area that is often overlooked and is one of the major areas of dissatisfaction among users Examine how the device is powered. Many MP3 players come with built in rechargeable batteries, whilst these are very convenient and can last for a long time, if you are not able to recharge them or don't have access to a computer with a USB port you then you will need to wait to charge the player up Consider any accessories you may want. Most MP3 players come with headphones but usually they are not very good quality. Investing in a new pair may improve sound quality MP3 Players Maintenance: Avoid using MP3 player in high-intensity magnetic field, high field, high temperature and moist situation Do not wet the USB port, or it will be oxidized Avoid shock, over shock will destroy the interior disks Do not keep the batteries in the MP3 player for long time (if it is powered by outer power source); the weeping of batteries will damage the player To avoid the performance of Li-Po battery decreasing, please keep full charge if without using it over 30days How to Troubleshoot an MP3 Digital Player: To load an MP3 file onto the player, you must have a way to connect the player either wirelessly or with a wire to the computer where the file resides. After the two are connected, right-click on the file and select "Copy." Then right-click on the folder for the MP3 player and select "Paste." You also may drag the files into the player icon. Use the "Sync" application in a program such as iTunes or Windows Media Player to move the file to the MP3 player If the audio or video quality is less than stellar, the problem might not be the player. Check the MP3 file by playing it on the computer. If the quality is still poor, the file may be corrupted or may have downloaded incorrectly. If you're using headphones, try listening without headphones to see if the audio improves, to see if the headphones are the problem If the computer does not recognize the MP3 player, check to see if there are any updates to the computer. If you are running Windows XP, check the Microsoft website to update to XP Service Pack If the battery is not lasting long enough, adjust the settings on the MP3 player to increase battery life. Set the screen to turn off when not in use, try to fast forward and reverse less frequently, and use lower-powered headphones If there are problems downloading files, make sure the computer and player are connected properly on both ends. Also, check the memory on the player to make sure it isn't full Instruction of Converting MP3 to MP3 in Windows Media Player: Download Windows Media Player to your system if you don't already have it installed. Windows Media Player can be downloaded for free at the Microsoft website (see Resources). Microsoft offers versions of Media Player in more than two dozen languages Launch Windows Media Player on your computer. Go to "Start>All Programs" and click on "Windows Media Player" in the list Open the MP3 file you want to convert in Windows Media Player. Go to the "File" menu, click "Open" and browse for the MP3 in the "Open" window that comes up. Double-click the MP3 file and it automatically begins playing in Media Player Return to the "File" menu and choose "Save As." When the "Save As" window opens, click into the box next to "File name" so that the cursor appears at the end of the file extension. Delete the "4" from the end of the extension and replace it with "3." Scroll down the "Folders" pane in the "Save As" window and choose the folder on the hard drive where you want to save the MP3. Press the "Save" button. A copy of the MP3 file saves into the folder you selected as an MP3 file Package Included: 1 x MP3 Player 1 x USB Cable * 1 x Earphone

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