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Digital Blue Disney MIX-MAX Media PlayerDigital Blue Disney Mix Max High School Musical personal Media Player

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Everything you need to play music, movies, TV shows, music videos and digital photos on the go! 2.2" TFT Color Display. 512 MB memory, SD/MMC card slot expands memory up to 2 GB. Full featured MP3 player supports MP3, WMA audio files, WMV/MP4 video.

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Brand: Digital Blue
Part Number: 667
UPC: 247893456730

 

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atr 4:57am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010 
Excellent! I bought two of these media players for Christmas presents. Great Buy!! I got this for my seven year daughter for a Christmas gift and I am so happy with this purchase!

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Table of Contents Getting Started...1 Installing Software....1 Charging the Player... 2 Player Components... 2 Attaching the Wrist Strap... 6 Using the Software... 6 Importing Music to Mix Central... 6 Transferring Files to the Player... 9 Using the Player...10 Listening to Music... 11 Making Mix-It Playlists.. 11. Viewing Pictures...12 Viewing Videos....12 Changing the Settings...13 Using SD/MMC Cards...14 Additional Help...15

Getting Started

Congratulations on purchasing a Disney Mix Max Media player! The Mix Max enables you to listen to music, view pictures, and watch videos anywhere!

Installing Software

Use the included Mix Central software to organize your music and photos. With Mix Central, you can sync your music, photos, and videos to your Mix Max, assign ratings to songs, and access the Disney Mix Central Online Store (with your parents permission!). Note: In order to use Mix Central, your computer must be running Windows XP or Vista, and you must have Windows Media Player 11 installed. To install Mix Central: 1. Insert the software CD into your computers CD drive. If the installation does not start automatically, double click on the My Computer icon on your Desktop, and then double click on the CD Drive. When the installation screen appears, click Install. 2. Follow the prompts to finish installing the software. 3. After installation, double click on the Mix Central icon on your desktop. Youre ready to go! If you need help while using Mix Central, access the Help File in the software by clicking on Options on the main screen and then choosing Software help. Note: To have the Mix-It Plug-In analyze songs, you may need to change the setting of the Plug-In. To do this, click the Mix-It icon on the desktop in the Start menu. Select tools on the Mix-It screen. Under the tools menu, check the box next to Use Extended Analysis. Then, from the drop down menu next to Processor Load, choose Maximum.

Charging the Player

You need to charge the player the first time you use it and also when the battery is low. Note: The battery lasts approximately 14 hours playing music and 3 hours playing video. Playback varies with use. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of recharges. To do this: 1. Remove the USB cover found on the bottom of the device. 2. Connect the player to the PC using the supplied USB cable. 3. The player will begin charging. The battery indicator will flash between empty and the current charge. Once the battery is fully charged, the indicator will stop flashing. If this is the first time the player is connected, wait until Windows detects the player and follow the Windows prompts. Note: To charge your Mix Max away from the computer, a USB AC Adapter is available at www.disneyshopping.com or at your local retailer.

Player Components

Front of Player

Display Screen

Navigation

Strap Holder

Display Screen - Use the Display Screen to view the menu and see what media is playing. Strap Holder - Attach the wrist strap to the strap holder.
Up/Skip button Mix It Button Right/Forward button Play/Pause button Down/Skip button
Menu/Back button Left/Backward button
Mix-It button - Use the Mix-It button to instantly create Mix-It playlists or random playlists. Up/Skip button - Press to select the previous song. Play/Pause button - Push to play media, push during play to pause. Left/Backward button - Make selections or rewind songs. Down/Skip button - Press to select the next song. Right/Forward button - Choose different selections or to skip through songs. Menu/Back button - Use the Menu button to go back to the previous menu.

Side of Player

SD/MMC Memory Card Slot - Use the memory card to store more images, songs, and
video on the player. You can also listen to Mix Clips (sold separately) and watch Max Clips (also, sold separately) by inserting them here.

Bottom of Player

USB Port (under cover)
Headphone Jack Headphone Jack - Attaches the earbuds to the player. USB Cable - Use the provided USB cable to connect the player to the PC. USB Input (under cover) - Connects the player to the computer.

Top of Player

Power button

Hold button

Volume Down/ Mute button

Volume Up

Hold button - Locks the buttons (only functional when the player is on). Power button - Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn the player on and off. Volume Down/Mute button - Press to lower the volume, press and hold to mute the player. Volume Up button - Increases the volume level.

Player Display Screen

Now Playing Icon

Music Icon

Video Icon

Pictures Icon

Settings Icon

Battery Status Icon

Mix-It Icon

Lock Symbol

Now Playing Icon - Select this icon to see which media is currently playing. Pictures Icon - Select this icon to access pictures. Music Icon - Select this icon to access songs. Settings Icon - Select this icon to change settings on the player. Lock Symbol - Indicates that the buttons are locked. Mix-It Icon - Shows when you are using the Mix-It function. Videos Icon - Select this icon to access videos. Battery Status Icon - Shows how much battery life the player has left.

Full= =Empty

Attaching the Wrist Strap
Your new Mix Max comes with a wrist strap so you can easily carry your media everywhere. Insert the loop through the Strap Holder of the camera. Insert the strap through the loop and pull until snug.

Using the Software

Disney Mix Central is a fun and easy way to keep track of your music collection.
Importing Music to Mix Central
You have several options to move your music to Mix Central. You can: -Rip CDs -Import music already stored on your computer -Buy music from Disneys online store

Ripping CDs

To rip a CD to Mix Central: 1. Insert your CD into your computers CD drive. 2. The CD icon in the Media Management Tray will turn gold, and the track list will show in the tray.
3. Click on Copy to PC. 4. As each track is copied, a green status bar will show until it is finished. After the track is burned, its status will change to Complete. 5. When you are finished copying the CD to Mix Central, eject the CD from the CD drive.

Importing Music From Your Computer
To import music from your computer: 1. Click on Options. 2. Choose Import Files From My Computer. 3. Navigate to the folder with the music you want to import, and click Open. 4. Mix Central will begin to import your music.
Buying From the Disney Mix Central Online Store
You can purchase lots of cool Disney music from MixCentral.com. Before you do, be sure to ask a parent if its okay! To buy from the store: 1. Click on the Shopping Bag icon at the top right of the Main Navigation Tray 2. Search Mix Central for music you like. 3. Purchase the music. Mix Central will download your music to your collection so you can begin listening right away. Note: You must stay logged into the Mix Central Online Store in order to complete your download/purchase. If you navigate away from the Mix Central Online Store, your download will not complete.
Listening to Music Using Mix Central
To listen to your music, find the song you want to hear and click on it. A mini-menu will pop up. You can click on Play Song to hear the song, or you can simply choose the song to play and click on the play/pause button at the top left of the screen. Once the song has finished, the player will play the next song until you click the play/pause button again.

Making Playlists

Once you have loaded all your favorite music into Mix Central, you can make playlists. To get started, click on the playlists icon in the Media Management Tray. Mix Central will make some playlists for you, such as Recently Added, Top Rated, and Most Played. Other types of playlists include:
Mood Mix Use the slider to indicate what energy level of music you would like to hear.

makes a playlist.

More Like This Finds songs that are like the song you are currently listening to, and
Blue music is more mellow while Red music is upbeat and energetic.
New Playlists You can make a new playlist at any time by clicking on a song and choosing Add to Playlist from the mini menu. A New Playlist will appear in the Media Management tray. You can add other songs to the playlist using the mini menu or by clicking and dragging.
Changing Album Art and Metadata
If an imported album does not have album art or metadata, you can easily change the information. 1. Click on the small i under the placeholder album art. 2. A new window will open. 3. Click in any field to change the text, or click on Browse to select new art. 4. When you are finished, click Update. Note: When you customize the album art, you will be unable to select the default album art again. You can change the album art to another image on your computer at any time.
Transferring Songs or Photos to your Mix Max Player

Use Mix Central to transfer songs and photos to your Mix Max Player. When you connect your Mix Max to your computer, Mix Central will automatically detect your player. The Media Management Tray will switch to Device view, and the tray will animate, filling with the items currently on your player. Once the player is connected, you can change the media on it. There are a few different ways to keep your Mix Max up-to-date with your favorite media: AutoSync When you use your Mix Max Player with Disney Mix Central, the software will ask you if you would like to transfer your favorites to the player. If you choose yes, your Mix Max will be updated with your favorite music, images and video (as indicated by your ratings) and the newest music youve added to Mix Central. If after AutoSync you see there are files you still want to add to your player, you can manually drag-and-drop music, photos, or videos to your Mix Max. If you want to change your Auto Sync options, just click on the Options menu and choose AutoSync. Add or Delete Media On Your Own If you dont want to use the AutoSync option, you can add media to your device on your own. Simply select the media of your choice, and then drag and drop it to your Mix Max Player while the player is connected. Note: Mix Central is only compatible with Windows XP and Vista. If you are running Windows 2000, ME, or other versions, you must use your Mix Max Player with Windows Media Player.

Using the Player

Turn the player on or off - Press and hold Disable the player controls - Press the

. button.

Choose a menu item - Use the arrow buttons to highlight and select different options. Go back to the previous menu - Press the Play a song - Select a song and press Pause a song - Press
while a song is playing. to lower the volume. to scan backward.
Resume a paused song - Press Change the volume - Use

to raise and

Play all the songs on the list - Select a playlist and press Skip to any part of a song - Press and hold Skip to the next song - Press Start a song over - Press

. once. twice.

to scan forward and
Play the previous song - Press
Mute the Player - Press and hold the Volume down (

) button for 2 seconds.

Listening to Music
You can listen to music on the player using the following method: Press and hold to turn on the player. After the player powers up, the Main Menu will appear. Select the Music Icon and press In the music folder, select a song or playlist to begin playing music. Make sure the headphones are connected to the player and press

to begin listening.

Making Mix-It Playlists
If you are listening to a song and would like to listen to more music similar to it, you will want to use the Mix-It feature on the player. The Mix-It feature makes playlists based on the current song playing. Pressing the Mix-It button will instantly mix the songs on the player. There are two different types of mixes; mixes that use the Mix-It Plug-In and Random mixes.

Note: You must have at least 25 Mix-It tagged songs on the Mix Max Player to create Mix-It
playlists. Mix-It while a song that is tagged with the Mix-It symbol is playing. - Press in start up mode to scan through your songs. Press or - Press and hold to cancel. to start a playlist or press while a Mix-It song is paused. - Press while a song tagged with the Mix-It symbol is playing. - In Browse mode, press Random Mix while a song that isnt tagged with the Mix-It icon is playing. - Press, or press and hold, in start up mode. - Press during a song that isnt tagged with a Mix-It icon is paused. - Press

Viewing Pictures

View pictures on the player using the following method: 1. Use the arrow buttons to navigate to the Pictures icon. Confirm the selection by pressing 2. If you transferred pictures directly to the player, they will appear in a list in the pictures section. If you transferred the pictures in a folder, the folder will appear in the section with a next to it. 3. All pictures inside a folder will be displayed in the thumbnail view. 4. When viewing pictures as thumbnails you can select an individual picture or choose play all to begin a slideshow.

Viewing Videos

You can view two types of videos on the player; videos you have transferred to the player from the PC and Max Clips, which are sold separately. To Watch Videos from the PC: and to navigate to the Videos icon. Confirm the selection by pressing. 1. Use 2. If you transferred videos directly to the player, they will appear in a list in the Videos section. If you transferred the videos in a folder, the folder will appear in the section with a next to it. To watch videos from an SD/MMC card or Max Clip: Insert an SD Card into the player and video should begin automatically. If it does not begin, next to it. select the Videos Icon. Then, select the movie name with

Changing the Settings

You can change a number of settings and preferences on the player. Follow these basic steps to change settings and preferences: and to navigate to the Settings icon. Confirm the selection by pressing 1. Use and to scroll through settings options. 2. Use to activate a setting option. 3. Press and to modify the option. 4. Use to confirm the new setting. 5. Press The following settings and preferences can be changed:.
Brightness - You can change the brightness of the screen on the player. You may want to do this to make the screen easier to read. You can set the brightness from 1-10. The default setting is 7. To change the brightness of a video, press pause and use the volume buttons. Backlight - When you press a button on the player, the backlight turns on so that you can
see the screen better. You can set the backlight to stay on for 5,10, 15 or 30 seconds. You can also set the backlight to always stay on.

Powersave - To save power, you can have the player automatically power off when not in
use. It can be set to shut off after 5, 10, or 15 minutes. The player can also be set to stay on until you turn it off manually.
Equalizer - You can change the audio settings to enhance the sound of different genres of
music. You can set the equalizer to Rock, Jazz, Classical, or Pop. By default, it is set to off.
Audio Repeat - You can set audio repeat to All or One Song. By default it is set to off.
Slideshow - In photo mode, you can view the images as a slideshow. The interval between
picture changes during the slideshow can be set to 5, 10 or 15 seconds.
Time Format - The time format can be either the default 12 hour or 24 hour. Time - Use
and to highlight hours or minutes then and to change the time.
Connection Mode - You can choose either MSC or Auto (MTP) to upload files to your Mix
Max Player. Mac users will need to use MSC Mode. PC users should use Auto (the Mix Max will default to this setting). Note: - If you use MSC mode to upload songs, you must adjust the setting on your player to MSC mode for songs to play.
About Mix Max - You can access the player hardware information that can be helpful for the
product support team for troubleshooting the player, if necessary.

Using SD/MMC Cards

The player can store music, pictures, and videos in onboard memory or to an SD/MMC card. You can also play Mix Clips and Max Clips (sold separately). An SD/MMC card increases the storage capacity. To insert a card: 1. Locate the SD card slot on the right side of the player. 2. Insert the SD card with the label facing up. 3. Push the card firmly, but gently into the player until it clicks into place.

Need Additional Help?

For additional product support visit our website at www.digiblue.com and select Customer Service. If you are still having problems with the product, contact customer support at 888-800-0502.

COPYRIGHT:

Distributing MP3 and WMA files without permission is a violation of international copyright laws.

SAFETY:

Vibration experienced during walking or exercising will not affect the player. However, dropping the player or dropping a heavy object on the player may result in damage or sound distortion. Avoid spilling any liquid onto or into the player. Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources; in a location subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, sand, moisture, rain or mechanical shock; on an unlevel surface; or in a car with the windows closed during periods of excessive heat.

ROAD SAFETY:

Do not use headphones while driving, cycling or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and it is illegal in some areas. It can be potentially dangerous to play your headset at a high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.

PRECAUTIONS:

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

FCC DECLARATION:

This device complies with 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. Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
Disney Elements Disney 2007. All rights reserved. All brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners. TM and 2007 Digital Blue, Inc. All rights reserved.

Dear Customer:

Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit youve just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now its time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers. This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing comfort level adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds normal can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts.
To Establish a Safe Listening Level:
Start your volume control at a low setting. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable sound level: Set the dial and leave it there. Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future. After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.
We Want you Listening for a Lifetime
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is included for your protection.

Decibel Level Examples

30 Quiet library, soft whispers 40 Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic 50 Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office 60 Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine 70 Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant 80 Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock at two feet 90 Subway, motorcycle, truck traffic, lawn mower 100 Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic drill 120 Rock band concert in front of speakers, thunderclap 140 Gunshot blast, jet engine 180 Rocket launching pad Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation.

The Following Noises can be Dangerous Under Constant Exposure:
Disney elements Disney 2008. All rights reserved. All brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners. TM and 2008 Digital Blue, Inc. All rights reserved.

 

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