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  • Plays MP3 and WMA audio
  • 2GB Virtual hard drive - USB mass storage
  • Retractable USB port
  • LCD display with white backlight
  • File compatibility: MP3, WMA
  • Integrated flash memory
  • Preset EQ settings
  • ID3 tag compatible
  • Stereo headphone jack
  • DC power: requires 1 AAA battery, not included
  • Includes: 1 set of stereo earbuds

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How do I transfer music files into my player?

                 

If you are using Windows XP or Vista with Windows Media Player 11, you will need to follow these instructions.

Note:  You will be able to download purchased/subscribed songs to the unit.

   1. Start Windows Media Player 11 and then connect your unit to your computer.  If you have not set up synchronization between your computer and this device, the Device Setup Wizard starts.

   2. In Device Setup - Configure Sync, write a name for your mp3 player.

   3. Click Finish.  The window closes and the Sync feature in the Player is displayed.

   4. Select the Library option.  On the right pane select Sync List.

   5. From the left pane you can select the Play List or Library and you will see the content songs in the center pane.

   6. Select the songs form the center pane, drag-n-add them to the Sync List.

   7. Click the Start Sync button on the Sync List pane.

   8. Repeat steps 4-7 for any other items that you want to copy to your unit.

 

If you are using Windows XP with Windows Media Player 10, you will need to follow these instructions.

Note:  You will be able to download purchased/subscribed songs to the unit.

   1. Start Windows Media Player 10 and then connect your unit to your computer.  If you have not set up synchronization between your computer and this device, the Device Setup Wizard starts.

   2. In the Device Setup Wizard, select Manual.

   3. Click Finish.  The wizard closes and the Sync feature in the Player is displayed.

   4. Select the Library option.  On the right pane select Sync List.

   5. From the left pane you can select the Play List or Library and you will see the content songs in the center pane.

   6. Select the songs form the center pane, drag-n-add them to the Sync List.

   7. Click the Start Sync button on the Sync List pane.

   8. Repeat steps 4-7 for any other items that you want to copy to your unit.

 

 

Why am I not able to listen to my music files?

 

Make sure that when you rip a music CD that your music is not copy protected. The RIP function in your Windows Media Player will allow you to convert the music CDs you have purchased into either an MP3 or a WMA format.

To adjust the copy protection setting on your ripped music files,

1. Open the Tools tab at the top of your Windows Media Player.
2. Select Options and then select the Rip Music tab.
3. Under this menu, you will be able to choose the type of music file as well as the quality with which you would like to save the music.
4. Make sure the box next to Copy protect music is left unchecked.
5. Your GPX player has the ability to play music files in both the MP3 and WMA format. Make sure to use MTP when transferring copy-protected WMA files.

 

 

Why am I not able to transfer music files into my player?

 

Make sure the hold switch is not turned to the locked position. If so, adjust the hold switch to the left, the opposite direction the arrow indicates. The hold switch is located on your player.  Also, check to see that the files you are attempting to transfer are in either the MP3 or WMA format.

 

 

Why is my player skipping tracks or reading an error?

 

• You may be receiving an error message if you are playing a copy protected music file. This may occur when you are loading a music file into your mp3 player that has either been corrupted or it was incompatible to play on your device.
• Certain mp3 players can sometimes only play downloaded music from certain downloading services.
• Part of the agreement with some downloadable music services can be that even the music that you have purchased can only be used by a certain number of computers.
• Another limitation could be the number of times a music file can be transferred to certain authorized devices.
• Check with your music download provider about possibly updating or restoring music licenses for purchased MP3s or WMAs.
• Another source of error might be come from the version of Windows Media Player you are using. If you are using version 9 or an earlier version, you will not be able to transfer purchased songs or songs that are being sampled as part of a subscription.
• To remedy this, upgrade to Windows Media Player 10.

 

 

Why is the use of Windows Media Player recommended?

 

• We recommend the use of Windows Media Player because it acts as a filter for what your MP3 player will have the licensing rights to play.
• If you open the window of your MP3 player and open another window that contains your music files, you can transfer music files by dragging the icon that represents a particular music file into the window for your MP3 player.
• However, this method will only copy these files without differentiating between playable and unplayable music files.
• Windows Media Player will display a synchronization error if the correct licensing is not in place.
• Contact your music download provider if there is a conflict between what files should and shouldn't be playable.

 

 

What if I have MP3s or WMAs stored in my computer, but they do not appear in the Windows Media Player library?

 

If you are using Windows Media Player 9 or 10, use the following instructions.
1. In the File menu, find Add to Library.
2. Within Add to Library, select Add Folder.
3. Select the folder containing the music files you would like to add to the WMP library.
4. Press OK and the music files located in that particular folder will be added to the WMP library and sync list.

If you are using Windows Media Player 11, use the following instructions.
1. Move your cursor to the Library tab at the top of the page.
2. Left-click on the Library tab until a menu appears.
3. From this menu, select Add to Library.
4. A prompt will appear on your screen. Make sure that on the Select the folders to monitor screen my folders and those of others that I can access is selected.
5. Under the Select the folders to monitor screen, select Advanced Options.
6. Within Advanced Options, select Add.
7. Select the folder where your music kept and select OK. The music files located in that particular folder will be added to WMP’s library.

 

 

How can I change the EQ presets on my mp3 player?

 

Hold the M button until your mp3 player cycles through the different EQ settings.

 

 

There is not enough physical space to plug in my mp3 player directly to my computer’s USB port, what can I do?

 

You can purchase an USB extension cord to provide the space to connect your mp3 to your computer.

 

 

Moments after pausing a song my mp3 player turns off, how do I turn it back on?

 

Slide the power switch to the Off position and then slide it back to the On position.

 

 

 

 

 

Can I use DRM files from a subscription service with this mp3 player?

 

No, DRM 10 can not load subscription service songs onto this player.

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