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Iriver IGP-100 - Instruction Manual Mp3 Player, size: 2.9 MB
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|casual moron||7:36am on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|Light sizeLarge DisplaySoftware not necessary Real Reliability issuesbad supportControls difficult|
|ba0645||11:53am on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010|
|great features, sound, storage capacity, and price Horribly unreliable. Hard drive keeps breaking. We return it to iriver.|
|Cabo||4:06pm on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010|
|Why buy it when you can get it for free... great sound quality, can clip it right to my belt.|
|paulwitney||12:00pm on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|Looks awesome, have an older iriver right now and its great. 200 fer 1.5 gigs, that a horrible price im sorry.|
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PORTABLE STORAGE DEVICE & MULTI - CODEC JUKE BOX Model iGP-100
Model iMP-350 Model iGP-100
Thank you for your purchase. Please read this manual carefully before using your new player.
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. NOTE : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
Portable Storage Device iGP can be used as a storage device (1.5 GB media). USB 2.0 is supported iGP supports USB 2.0 with maximum transfer speed of 480 Mbit/Sec as well as USB 1.1. Multi-Codec Player Supports MP3, WMA, ASF, and OGG formats as a Multi-Codec player. The iGP also supports 44.1 KHz, 32~500Kbps based OGG files. Firmware Upgrade Provides the latest updated features via firmware upgrade. Graphic LCD supporting Multiple Languages iGP-100 comes with a graphic LCD which can support multiple languages, including: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, other alphabet-oriented fonts, Korean, Japanese (Katakana, Hiragana, Kanji), Chinese (Traditional, Simplified) and others. A total of 38 languages are supported. FM Tuner Auto scanning and station memory functions make it easy for you to enjoy listening to the FM Radio. Supports 6 Equalizer Patterns. Normal, Rock, Jazz, Classic, Ultra Bass, User EQ This player supports 3D Surround Sound developed by SRS Lab. The player can recognize up to 200 folders and 999 files. Graphic User Interface Menu Support
URL : http://www.iRiverAmerica.com Provides information on our company, products, and customer support information. Download the latest Software and Firmware Upgrades Register your iRiver product online so that our Customer Service is enabled to provide support as efficiently as possible. Contents described in this manual may be changed with out notice.
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1. Locating the Controls Front View, Side View.. 5 Side View... 6 LCD Window... 7 2. Getting started Using AC POWER ADAPTER.. Installing the iGP Device Driver.. Connecting the iGP to the Host PC.. Using as a Portable Storage Device.. Disconnecting the iGP from the Host PC. Listening to Music... Basic Operation... 3. Useful Features Playback Mode... Navigation... Operating the FM Tuner.. Playback Mode... EQ/SRS... Menu... Using WINAMP Playlist... Firmware Upgrade.. 4. Additional Information References.. Precautions... Trouble Shooting... Accessories... Product Specifications.. Regulatory Information.. 12 13~14 15~18 19~23 24~31 32~39 40
Charging Indicator Drive activity light
Volume + / A-B / MODE
NAVI/MENU / Power ON (Play / Pause) (Stop)/ Power OFF EQ
TRACK NUMBER PLAYBACK MODE HOLD FOLDER NAME ARTIST NAME TITLE NAME EARPHONES
Volume + / -
PROGRESSIVE BAR LEVEL METER
USB Connection DC IN 5.0 V Port
Using AC POWER ADAPTER
Use only the AC Power Adapter supplied with the player. The AC operating voltage of this player is 100~240V, 50~60Hz. Connect the adapter to the 5.0V DC jack on the player and into an AC outlet.
TO INSTALL THE DEVICE DRIVER
Windows Me, Windows 2000, and Windows XP will recognize the iGP as a USB drive automatically and you can use the player with out installing the driver. For Windows 98 SE users, the driver must be installed for the computer to recognize the player. First, insert the installation CD, then connect the iGP to your PC and power on the player. Then follow the instructions below."
Win auto Win reco func
Connect the player to your PC, Windows will display the "Add New Hardware Wizard. Click Next.
Choose "Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)." Click Next.
Place a checkmark next to "Specify a location" and click Browse.
Choose "iGP100 Driver folder on the installation CD and Click OK.
The player will charge automatically when the AC adapter is connected to the player. When fully charged, charge indicator light turns off. Charging : Approx. 2 hours (At full discharge) Discharging (Playback time) : Approx. 12 hours (At full charge) Playtime is measured under playback of MP3 128Kbps at full charge.
Once the path has been located, Click Next.
Click Finish The installation of the Device Driver is complete.
TO CONNECT THE IGP TO THE HOST PC
Click to turn on the player.
TO USE AS A PORTABLE STORAGE DEVICE
If the player is not connected to the host PC, connect it to the host PC. (Refer to page 10) The player will show up as a new drive in Windows Explorer.
Connect the USB cable to the player and the host PC.
Type A Type A Type B
Click and Drag files from the PC to the iGP player.
USB port on the PC
USB port on the player
Windows XP and Windows 2000 will display a "Device Attached" icon.
To delete files or folders from the iGP, select the files (folders) to be deleted and press "Delete" on the keyboard. Click Yes when asked to confirm the delete.
Windows may ask to install a driver for the iGP. Please follow the provided driver installation guide on the previous page.
Once installed, open Windows Explorer and an additional drive should be listed called iGP-100.
The iGP operates just like an additional hard drive in Windows Explorer. Files can be copied, deleted, etc. Note When the iGP is attached to a computer for an extended period of time, be sure to plug in the AC adapter. Low batteries can prevent the proper functioning of the iGP.
TO DISCONNECT THE PLAYER FROM THE HOST PC
Click the 'Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the System Tray.
Connect the headphones as shown below.
Switch the HOLD button to "off".
Click Stop iRiver iGP-100-Driver(X) or Safely Remove CORNICE Inc. Storage-Drive(X:). (Where X is the drive letter assigned to the iGP)
Press the PLAY/STOP button to turn on the player. Press it again to play.
To select music : To select previous track : To select next track
Click OK after confirming the Safe To Remove Hardware massage.
Disconnect the USB cable between the iGP and host PC.
To adjust the volume : To increase volume : To decrease volume
NOTE - When "Hold" is ON, the buttons on the player will not function. - When the player is stopped, it will shut off according the "Stop Power Off" setting in the Menu. (Refer to page 29.)
Caution Do not disconnect the player while the drive is in use. Wait for any file copying to complete before disconnecting the iGP from your computer."
To turn off the player
To play / pause
To fast forward
To stop To fast reverse To play next track
To activate Navigation To activate Menu
To play previous track To play next folder
1. Operating light is illuminated when the iGP-100 is turned on. 2. Charging light is illuminated during charging. 3. To increase volume.
To play previous folder To turn off the player To change EQ
4. A-B repeat / MODE : 5. To decrease volume.
6. To select the previous track. 7. To select NAVI/MENU function or search files. 8. To select the next track. 9. Reset button : To initialize the iGP-100.
File Format displayed as below MP3 ASF
10. HOLD: Enable or disable HOLD function. Buttons do not work when HOLD is enabled. 11. To start or pause playback 12. To stop playback or turn off. 13. To change EQ Mode
Select interval to play repeatedly. To adjust the volume Press + on volume button to increase volume and press on button to decrease volume. Press A-B button once to select the beginning <A> Point.
File playback FM receiving
Selecting FM Mode when listening FM Stereo Mono
Press A-B button again to select the ending <B> Point.
(Refer to page 19)
Press NAVI/MENU button and find the desired track by pressing NAVI/MENU button. or ,
A-B interval will be repeated.
Navigation mode is useful for quickly searching your files by using file name.
OPERATING THE FM TUNER
While playing an Audio File, Press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE button.
Press the NAVI/MENU button to display the list of audio tracks. The current track will also be displayed.
The FM function picture displays on the LCD. Push the
button to select FM frequency.
Push the NAVI/MENU switch toward or folder to play.
to select a track
Press the STEREO/PLAY/PAUSE button to select Stereo/Mono.
To change frequency, push the or switch to the left or the right.
Press the NAVI/MENU button to play the selected track or display the contents of a folder.
or Auto Scan function: To select a station to store, press the NAVI/MENU button to exit Preset mode and find a station by using or.
Once you select a folder, choose the song you wish to listen to and press the NAVI/MENU button. Press and hold the NAVI/MENU switch or press the STOP button to go the upper folder or the previous menu.
or PRESET Mode : To select a station saved in memory, press the NAVI/MENU button or switch. to enter Preset mode. Select a stored station by using the
MEMORY FUNCTION (Save stations manually)
After cancelling the PRESET mode, select a station by pushing the or switch to the left or the right.
MEMORY DELETE FUNCTION (Delete saved channels)
Select the channel to be deleted at preset mode. Press and hold the MEMORY button.
Push or and select the desired station to save the station to.
again Save complete
Select CH02 NOTE will exit the memory function without saving.
- The next channel will appear when channel deletion is completed. Push the MEMORY button if you want to delete the next channel also.
Up to 20 stations can be stored.
AUTO MEMORY FUNCTION (Save stations automatically)
Automatically select station and save them in sequential order. Press the NAVI/MENU button to exit the Preset mode.
FM Tuner reception may vary in different areas. While in Preset mode, Auto Scan and Auto Memory functions are not available. When the player does not have any preset channels, EMPTY will be blinking at preset mode.
Press and hold the A-B/MODE button.
Note : - The stations are automatically saved from CH01 to Ch20. - The Auto Memory Function may not function well in weak transmission areas. 20 21
The iGP has various playback modes. Please refer to the function controls (see page 30 for details) for user-defined configurations. When the A-B/MODE button is pushed, the playback mode changes and an icon indicating the mode is displayed.
EQ / SRS
You can change the EQ to match your music style. - Normal / Rock / Jazz / Classic / Ultra Bass / User EQ - SRS / TruBass / WOW Preset / WOW User
Whenever the EQ button is pressed, EQ changes as the following order : (Normal Rock Jazz Classic Ubass User EQ SRS TruBass WOW Preset WOW User)
You can set the EQ function by using Function Menu. Refer to page 30~31. EQ
Play a single track repeatedly. Press or next track. Play all tracks in the folder and stop. Play all tracks in the folder repeatedly. Play all tracks in the player repeatedly. - EQ (SRS Off) : When SRS is deactivated, the normal EQ settings will be used. (Normal, Rock, Jazz, Classic, UBass, User EQ) or to play the previous
Randomly play all tracks in the player and stop. Play a single track repeatedly. Press random track. or to switch to a new or to
1) SRS Selection - SRS( ) : SRS is activated. - TruBass : TruBass is activated. - WOW Preset : The built in WOW settings will be used. - WOW User : User defined settings for WOW will be used, according to the SRS, TruBass, and Focus. These are set in the SRS Settings menu. 2) SRS Settings (The defaults is 5, 7, High, 60Hz) - SRS( ) : SRS range can be set from 1 to 10. - TruBass : TruBass range can be set from 1 to 10. - Focus : The fineness of the sound can be selected. (Low, High) - Boost : Set the Bass boost frequency. (40, 60, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 400Hz) SRS( ) is the trade mark of SRS Labs. Inc. What is SRS( )?.. SRS-WOW is simulated 3D surround sound developed by SRS Lab and is composed by SRS, TruBass, Focus, and WOW.
Randomly play all tracks in the folder and stop. Press switch to a new random folder. Randomly play all tracks in the folder repeatedly. Randomly play all tracks in the player repeatedly.
INTRO: Play beginning 10 seconds of each track in sequential order. INTRO HIGHLIGHT: Plays 10 seconds from 1 minute into each track in sequential order. You can set this function in the MENU function.
Function Control is subject to change with different firmware versions. Users can configure their own settings.
General Beep Volume Resume Fade In Language Tuner Region Load Default Firmware Upgrade Display Back Light (Battery) Back Light (Adapter) LCD Contrast(Main) Tag Information Time Timer Sleep Timer Stop Power Off
Scroll between Menu Press and hold the NAVI/MENU button to display the main menus. Push the , to scroll between main menus, press the NAVI/MENU button to select sub menu.
From Main Menu to Sub Menu , to select a sub menu, Use the push the NAVI/MENU button to display the contents of that sub menu.
Sound Sound Balance EQ Bass Boost Treble Boost SRS ( ) SRS Settings
Control Scan Speed Scroll Type Fast Skip
Mode Repeat Shuffle Intro
Change Settings Use the , to change the settings. Push NAVI/MENU to save the setting.
Exit Sub Menu Press and hold the NAVI/MENU button to display the menu system. It is composed of 6 main menus with sub-menus.
MAIN MENU SUB MENU Window for SUB MENU SETTING
Press and hold the NAVI/MENU switch or press the STOP( ) button to display the initial setting menu.
Exit Main Menu Press and hold the NAVI/MENU switch or press the STOP( ) button at the initial setting menu to exit Function Control Mode.
When you select a sub menu, you can set your preference to be displayed.
BEEP VOLUME Set beep volume level to 0 / 1 / 2 / 3 step.
LOAD DEFAULT VALUE Initialize all settings to original factory setting.
FIRMWARE UPGRADE You can upgrade the players Firmware. Refer to page 34 for details. RESUME When ON, player resumes to previous place in song after STOP or Power OFF.
FADE IN When activated, volume increases gradually at playback mode to prevent sudden loudness. BACK LIGHT (Battery) You can adjust the time that the Backlight stays on while the player is operated using the battery built in the player. (Time range can be made from 1~60 sec.) LANGUAGE (Supports 38 languages) Song title and ID3 tag information is dependent on the version of the PC operating system that was used to create it. (For example, if a MP3 files is created in a Korean version of Windows, the language setting should be Korean for proper title display) TUNER REGION You can set the FM frequency and step according to your area. After selecting a new tuner region, all preset stations will be deleted from memory. BACK LIGHT (Adapter) You can adjust the time that the Backlight stays on while the player is operated using AC adapter. (Time range can be made from 1~59 sec.) If 60 sec is selected, backlight is always on. LCD CONTRAST Adjust LCD contrast of the player.
TAG INFORMATION ON : Displays track with ID3 tag information and you can change the configuration of Tag information. OFF : Displays track with file name. The change will take affect when the next track is played.
TIMER (Set Auto Power Off)
SLEEP POWER OFF Automatically power off after fixed time (Time range can be set from 1 to 99 minutes).
When the power is off, the sleep power off setting goes back to 0.
TIME Normal : display elapsed time. Remain : display remaining time. NOTE : In case of VBR MP3 file, the time may display inaccurately.
STOP POWER OFF Automatically turns power off at stop mode. (Time range can be made from 1~60 minutes.)
SCAN SPEED The fast scan speed can range from OFF / 1x / 2x / 4x.
SCROLL TYPE Adjust scroll speed by 1x / 2x / 4x / Vertical / Horizontal. Vertical : The scroll goes up and down Horizontal : The scroll goes from the left to the right. FAST SKIP OFF : Disables the skip feature. 10: Plays the previous 10th or the next 10th song. Directory: Jump to the Previous/Next directory.
and button can be used for this setting.
MODE (PLAYBACK MODE)
REPEAT MODE / SHUFFLE MODE You can select a file or directory to listen to repeatedly.
BASS BOOST Bass Boost level is from 0 to 24dB by 2 step. The value set on the BASS BOOST is applied to USER EQ.
You can play the selected mode simultaneously by setting REPEAT MODE / SHUFFLE MODE respectively. (Refer to page 22 for details about each mode)
TREBLE BOOST Treble Boost level is from 0 to 6dB by 2 step. The value set on the TREBLE BOOST is applied to USER EQ.
INTRO MODE INTRO MODE plays the beginning 10 seconds of each track. INTRO HIGHLIGHT plays 10 seconds from 1 minute into each track in sequential order.
SRS You can enjoy EQ or 4 mode surround sound. EQ (SRS OFF) SRS TruBass WOW (Preset) WOW (User)
Balance your sound to the right or left or keep it in the center according to your preference. When Sound Balance bar is moved to L (Left, 20),the sound outputs at the left earphone. When the bar is moved to R (Right, 20) the sound outputs at the right earphone. The default value is 0 the sound outputs the same level at both earphones.
SRS Settings You can enjoy various surround sound by setting the sound levels. Push the NAVI/MENU switch to select SRSs item to set and push the VOLUME to change its value. SRS : 1~10 TruBass : 1~10 Focus : Low, High Boost : 40Hz/ 60Hz/ 100Hz/ 150Hz/ 200Hz/ 250Hz/ 300Hz/ 400Hz
EQ You can select 6 EQ. EQ is selected as follows :
Normal Rock User EQ Jazz Classic Ultra Bass
To adjust the USER EQ, set the BASS BOOST and TREBLE BOOST. When you set the BASS BOOST or TREBLE BOOST, the EQ is automatically set to USER EQ.
HOW TO USE WINAMP PLAYLIST
Make a PLAYLIST (.M3U) using WINAMP. Note : WINAMP software is not included with the player. Winamp execution picture 1. Launch WINAMP and add songs to make a list. Press NAVI/MENU button or the tracks in the order of the playlist. button to play
PL icon indicates PLAY LIST.
2. Click "LIST OPTS" located on the right bottom and click "SAVE LIST"
A total of 40 playlists can be recognized.
Click the SAVE LIST button. 3. Name the file name (ex: iriver.m3u) and click "SAVE" to save the list.
RESERVATION FUNCTION Press NAVI/MENU button during playback to select the next song to be played, then press A-B/MODE button to queue that song. Press NAVI/MENU button during playback,
Save to the player with the
.M3U and the files added to the playlist.
Press A-B/MODE button at stop mode and LCD displays a list of M3U playlist files on the player. You can find the playlist you want to play by using the button and the or button.
After selecting the song to play next,
Upgrade your firmware at www.iriveramerica.com.
What is FIRMWARE?
It is the operating system that works in the iGP series. iRiver provides you with the latest and best features through Firmware Upgrade. Visit www.iriveramerica.com to upgrade your Firmware.
Supported file types will have the extension MP3, OGG, WMA and ASF. Tracks with damaged or corrupted parts are skipped or forwarded to next track. Folders and files are sorted in alphabetical order. Track information is displayed as either filename or ID3 TAG information. Physical shock can cause bad sectors on the media inside the iGP. This can be recovered using Windows Scandisk.
How to UPGRADE?
1. Download the latest firmware upgrade file from www.iriveramerica.com 2. Extract the file and save it to the ROOT of the iGP series. 3. Connect the AC adapter to the iGP series. (Caution: Only upgrade the firmware on the iGP series with the AC adapter connected.) 4. Select the Firmware Upgrade option in the General section of the MENU. 5. Click the NAVI/MENU button after selecting YES on the Alert window. 6. The LCD will display "Firmware Upgrading." while the firmware file is loaded.
7. Do not turn the player off or disconnect the player from the PC until the Firmware Upgrading is done. When the power goes off automatically, the upgrade is done. After turning the player on, confirm the Firmware Upgraded operating.
Avoid dropping or impacting the player. The player is designed to operate while walking or running, but dropping or excessively impacting the player may cause damage. Avoid contacting the player with water. Damage to the internal parts of the player may occur if the player comes into contact with water. If your player gets wet, dry the outside with a soft cloth as soon as possible. Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain, mechanical shock, unleveled surface, or in a car with its windows closed. Keep the player away from a material with strong magnetic forces. This can cause malfunction in the Hard Drive. If the iGP is disconnected suddenly during file transfer, it may case data loss and an error "Total of 0000 Folder(s)" may display on the iGP. If this happens, attach the iGP to your PC and run the Windows Scan Disk utility.
Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult your iRiver dealer or contact support at iRiverAmerica.com.
Check whether the battery is discharged. Check the operation after connecting AC Adapter. Check whether VOLUME is set to 0. Connect the remote control / earphone plug firmly. Check whether the plug is dirty (clean the plug with a dry and soft cloth). Corrupted Audio file may have a noise or sound cut off. Check out Menu General Language and confirm whether the right language has been selected.(Refer to page 26) Adjust the position of the player and earphones. Turn off the power of other electronic devices near the player. The headphone cord functions as the antenna, they must be plugged in for best reception. Check the connection between your computer and the player to ensure that the cable is secure. Check the condition of the battery. Check the operation after connecting AC Adapter.
No sound is heard from the player or distortion is heard during playback.
Characters in LCD are corrupted.
Poor FM Reception.
ON HEADPHONES AND EARPHONES
Road Safety Do not use headphones/earphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in some areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headset at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones/earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against listening to continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Consideration for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sound and to be considerate of the people around you.
Failed download of a file to the player
Headphones and foam covers
User Manual/ Warranty card
20Hz~20KHz 20mW(L) +20mW(R) at 16 Headphone output 11.6mW(L) +11.6mW(R) at 32 Audio Max. Volume S/N ratio 90dB(L), 90dB(R) (MP3) Frequency Characteristics 2dB No. of Channels STEREO(L+R) FM Frequency range 87.5MHz~108MHz 20mW(L) +20mW(R) at 16 Max. Headphone Output Audio Volume (FM TUNER) S/N ratio 50dB Antenna Headphone/Earphone-Cord Antenna MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3, Ogg Vorbis, File TYPE WMA , ASF 32Kbps ~ 320Kbps File Support Bit Rate (Ogg : 32Kbps~ 500Kbps, 44.1KHz) Tag ID3 VI , ID3 V2 2.0, ID3 V2 3.0 Power Supply AC Adapter DC 5V , 2A Dimension Approx. 80(W) x 77.5(D) x 24(H) mm General Weight Approx. 100 g Operational Temperature 0 ~ 40 Max. MP3 Approx. 12 hours Playtime
Accessories subject to change without notice and may vary from image shown.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
The device manufactured and found to comply with limits for a Class B computing device according to the specifications in FCC rules Part 15. 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 may 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 the 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 away the device from the radio or TV If necessary, consult your dealer or an experienced radio or television technician. You may find this booklet helpful:"How to Identify 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 individual devices FCC ID and registration numbers.
For customers in Europe
The CE mark on the player is valid only for products marketed in the European Union.
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