Q1. I lost my Instruction Book where can
I find a new one?
A1. Check www.gpx.com/store/pg/27-Product-Support.aspx
. Go to the page that features this model and click on the Downloads tab.
Q1. I have the unit playing but I do not hear any sound. What
do I do?
A1. Make sure that the speaker wires are connected properly
by checking that only the silver tip, not the outer jacket, is inserted into
the connector on the back of the unit.
Q2. Can I use the tape player to record music from other
A2. Yes, first make sure that the unit is set to the desired
function (where you hear the music you want to record). With a tape inserted
press the PLAY and REC. buttons at the same time. Press STOP to stop recording.
Q4. Why is the track
number on the display of my GPX player blinking two dashes (--) instead of
playing a CD?
A4. First, make sure the CD label
side is facing toward you. The CD may
also be scratched or dirty. Use a CD repair kit available at your local
electronics supplier or use a soft linen cloth or a store-purchased cloth meant
for disc cleaning. Another possibility for this error may be that your GPX
player cannot recognize the type of files on your recordable CD. Make sure that
the files on your CD-R are in the .wav (uncompressed) format rather than the MP3
or .wma (compressed) format.
Q5. How do I program tracks from my CD player?
1. Press the Program button, the Program indicator and track
number will begin to blink.
2. Use either Skip or Search buttons to select the desired track.
3. Press the Program button to place the desired track into memory.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each additional tracks.
5. When finished added all desired tracks press Play/Pause to start playing the
Q6. How do I receive better reception from my AM/FM tuner?
A6. The black wire on the back of your system is your FM
antenna. Make sure your FM antenna is firmly in place. Unwind the antenna and while in the Radio
mode, adjust the position of your antenna to provide optimal reception. This
may take some trial and error by moving it back and forth to find which
position provides better reception.