2 Please read this user s manual carefully before use. CONGRATULATIONS! Thank you for your purchase of this Hip Street product and we hope you enjoy using it. Please visit our website at Please ensure that you fully read and understand the information within this user manual prior to using your product. It is advised that you keep this user manual in a safe place for future reference. We sincerely hope that this high quality product offers you endless hours of entertainment. Important safety precautions Always follow these basic safety precautions when using the unit. This will reduce the risk of product damage and personal injury. Do not disassemble, repair or modify the unit by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. Do not dispose of the unit in extreme heat to avoid explosion. Keep the unit away from direct sunlight or heat source. Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture to avoid any malfunction. Do not use the unit in a rather dry environment to avoid static. Never apply heavy impact on the unit like dropping it or placing it on a magnet. Clean only with a dry cloth. Make sure the unit is turned off before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleanser. FCC WARNING: 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. IC Warning: This device complies with Canadian ICES-003 (B)
3 1. Basic controls and interface of the player Item Description Item Description 1 Microphone (mono) 7 Button 2 Power On/Off, Hold (Key Lock) 8 Memory Card Slot (Micro-SD Card) 3 USB Port (PC Connection / Charge) 9 TFT Display (Touch Function) 4 M Button (Exit, Back to desktop menu) 10 Reset 5 Earphone Output Jack (3.5mm Stereo) 11 Mini Speaker (mono) 6 Button 2. Internal Battery The player has an internal battery. When using the unit for the first time, charge it for 6 hours or until the battery icon shows the battery is full.
4 Note: The player continues to use battery power after it s been turned off, if unit isn t used for a long period of time, the battery may need to be re-charged. 3. Connection and Charging Once you have connected player with the computer / AC charger (not included), then you will see the Opening > Connect or Charging screen. In the connected screen, the battery is charging in the background. In the charging screen, the battery levels are rising which shows the battery is being charged. The battery icon will show Full when the charging is completed. Disconnect the unit when it is done. Connect Screen Charging Screen Battery Is Full Important: The battery cannot be charged when your computer is in sleep mode/off. Make sure the PC is ON and does not go into Sleep/Hibernation during charging. 4. Connecting and disconnecting the player Connect the player to your computer to upload media files to your player; or to download recorded voice memos to your computer. Connecting the player Plug the USB cable to the Player s mini USB port and the other end of the cable into a free USB port on your computer, then the computer will detect and install the drivers automatically. Once the installation is complete the player will be displayed in My Computer / Computer or for MAC users on the desktop. Now the player is ready for music files to be transferred to/from your computer. Transfer the media files by using the computer mouse to drag and drop, or copy and paste, in between the player and your computer. Follow the disconnecting procedure below when you re done.
5 Disconnecting the player Do not disconnect the player while it s uploading or downloading files with your computer. For a Windows system PC, release the unit by clicking the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the Windows system tray. MAC system PC, disconnect the player by dragging the player icon on the desktop to the Trash. Now it is safe to unplug the USB cable. Note: If you do not Safely remove hardware before disconnecting, data can be lost! 5. File Storage Player will create some default folders, in the internal flash memory when you use it. However, for best results, this is recommended you to put files of different types to store under different directories. For example, music files should be stored under MUSIC directory. Recorded files stored under RECORD directory. Picture files under PICTURES directory. Video files under VIDEO directory. Text files under TXT directory. 6. Getting Started This player is equipped with a touch screen so you can choose the items or functions by tapping the related icons or files. Turning the player ON/OFF Slide the power switch to ON/OFF position When the unit is turning to ON, first comes the opening screen and then the desktop menu will appear, then a generating database message is displayed at same time. Now the player is ready to be used. Turn OFF the player when you re not using it for a longer battery life. Desktop Menu Every time you turn on the player, you will see the opening screen followed by the desktop menu which contains applications of your player. Tap one of the application icons to open it.
6 Desktop Menu Player Applications: Icon caption Music Video Photo Radio Text Record Explorer Settings Description Listen to your songs. Create playlists. Arrange audio by Artists / Albums / Genre play lists from your music library. View your favorite Videos / Movie files. View your favorite photos or watch them in slideshow mode. Listen to the radio. Set your region, search stations by auto / manual search function, preset / delete stations and FM recording. Read your favorite book. Add tags, Select favorite page to view. NOTE: This function only supports.txt files. Record voice memos with the built-in microphone. Playback on player or save them to your computer. Browse all types of supported media files and select your favorite media file to play. Manage and delete media files directly from the player. Adjust the player s settings; Set time, language, display time and brightness, Set power off mode, etc.
7 General Icons / Button Functions In The Operation Interface Button / Icon Description Return to upper directory Browse particular application file Return to desktop menu Delete file or file folder Return to previous operation interface Start Button Exit application and back to desktop menu Button Volume up Button Volume down 7. Music Mode Tap the Music icon; you will now enter the music mode interface as below. Play / Pause / Stop Music file To play music, tap / icon and the icon will change to, the music is now playing. To pause the music, tap icon and it will change to, the music is now paused. The icon will change into after the song playing is finished as per your default setting. Next / Previous and Fast-Forward / Rewind Tap icon to play next file. Tap icon to play previous file. Tap and hold icon to fast-forward. Tap and hold icon to rewind. Or, drag the progress bar to adjust the progress.
8 Change Volume Drag the volume bar to adjust the volume levels. Change Play Mode Tap / icon to switch to the in-order play / shuffle play respectively. Change EQ Mode Tap / / / / / / icon to switch the EQ mode. Repeat Mode Tap / / / / icon to switch the repeat mode. Note: Icon(s) = Repeat File Once, = Repeat File, = Repeat All, = Repeat All Once, = Intro (10 seconds) Choose Songs in All Music / ID3 List / Play List / Tag List In Music mode: Tap the icon, a submenu is appears to choose. Tap All Music to enter the play list containing all audio files. Then choose a desired file to play. Tap ID3 List > Artist to enter the play list sorted by artist. Tap on the artists name to display a playlist containing all songs from this artist. Then choose your desired file to play. Tap ID3 List > Album to enter the play list sorted by the album name. Tap on the album name to display a playlist containing all songs from this album. Then choose your desired file to play. Tap ID3 List > Genre to enter the play list sorted by the genre name. Tap on the genre name to display a playlist containing all songs from this album. Then choose your desired file to play. Tap Play List then choose My Music List 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 to enter to your desired play list which you have created and then choose a file to start the play. Those songs in the playlist will play one by one. Tap Tag List, your tagged music / voice file list appears, and then choose your desired file to play. Note: All Music and ID3 List functions work only for music file(s) which have been stored at the (Main Dir) internal memory. Note: Card Dir will not show folder and file when the Micro SD card is not installed to player.
9 Add Playlists This player allows you to group music together into a playlist. Tap the icon, a sub-menu appears. Tap Add List and then choose My Music List 1 / 2 / 3 /4 /5 where you like them to be grouped. The music is stored into your desired list number. Add Tag Lists This player also allows you to add tags in the current song / voice recording, if you want to mark the track time, into the tag list. Then you can playback and recall the marked track time of the song / voice file(s) next time you choose the song(s) by using the play list function which is mentioned above. Tap the icon, a sub-menu is appears. Tap Add Tag, a marked pop up window appears for 1 2 seconds. The name of the file playing with track time is marked and saved into tag list. And now you can add another tag in the same song. View File Information Tap the icon, an information screen appears, all the information of file will be displayed if it is available. Tap the icon to go back to music mode. Lyric / Artist / Album info Display This player can display the lyrics of the music file playing if included in the music file is the lyrics information. If not, the Artist and Album information will be displayed. 8. Video Mode Play Video Tap the Video icon to enter video mode. Tap Main Dir / Card Dir, when the Micro-SD Card is in used. A list appears to select from. Choose a file to start the playing. Choose a folder name which contains a Video file and choose your desired file to play. If you choose a folder name which does not supported Video files, then the list will be show blank. Choose another folder. Tap a video file to start the playing.
10 Video Mode Interface Video Tools Menu Tap anywhere on the touch screen, the video tools menu will be displayed for 3 seconds. Use Play / Pause In video tools menu: To pause, tap the icon and it will change to, the video is now paused. To play the video again, tap the icon it will change to, the video now continues to play. Next / Previous and Fast-Forward / Rewind In the video tools menu: Tap the icon to play the next file. Tap the icon to play the previous file. Tap and hold the icon to fast-forward. Tap and hold the icon to rewind. Or, drag the progress bar to adjust the progress. Volume Tap anywhere on the touch screen, the video tools menu will be displayed for 3 seconds. Move the volume bar to adjust the volume levels. In the video tools menu: Tap the icon, and then move the volume bar to adjust the volume levels.
11 Change Folders Tap the icon, a sub-menu will appear. Tap Main Dir / Card Dir, a list will appear. Choose a folder name which contains a video file and choose your desired file to play. If you choose a folder name which does not support a video file, then the list will be show blank. Choose another folder. Note: Card Dir will not show folders and files if the Micro SD card is not inserted. Add Tag List Tap the icon, a marked pop up window appears for 1 2 seconds. The playing file name with track time is marked and saved into tag list. You can add several tags in the same song. Play Tag List Tap the icon, a sub-menu is appears. Tap Tag List, the tagged video file(s) list appears, and then choose your desired file to play. 9. Photo Mode Tap the Photo icon to enter the photo browse mode. Tap Main Dir / Card Dir which will appear when the Micro SD Card inserted. A list screen appears to use. Choose a file to start the playing. Or, Choose a folder name which contains a compatible Photo file and choose your desired file to play. If you choose a folder name which does not support a photo file, then the list will show blank. Choose another folder. Tap a file to start the playing. Tap the icon to change the icon view to list view. Icon View File List View
12 To view the Photo Tools Menu Tap anywhere on the screen, the photo tools menu will be displayed for 3 seconds. Tap icon to go back to the file list screen. Next / Previous photo file In the photo tools menu: Tap anywhere on screen to call up the photo tools menu. Tap the icon to play the next file; Tap the icon to play the previous file. Using Slideshow and Setting Slideshow Time In the photo tools menu: Tap anywhere on the screen to call up the photo tools menu, tap the icon to enter the slideshow function and the icon will change to. To set the slideshow time, tap the icon, a list screen appears and then choose 1s / 2s / 3s / 4s / 5s that you want to use. Move Up / Down List Page Tap the / icon to move the list page down / up. Or, drag the progress bar to adjust the page down / up. 10. Radio Tap the Radio icon, the Radio will then appear. Radio Screen
13 Set Radio Region: To change radio region, tap icon, and then tap CHN / JPN / ERU / USA. Note: CHN = China, JPN = Japan, ERU = Europe, USA = USA Tuning: You can tune in to radio stations by using Auto Search or Manual Search. Auto Search and Save Station: Tap the icon to enter to auto search and auto preset mode. The radio will search stations in the frequency range of 76 92MHz / MHz, all found radio stations will be stored into Channel List. The radio search will then stop and keep the first received radio station. Manual Search and Save Station: Tap the icon to enter to manual search mode. To tune your desired radio frequency, tapping or to change the frequency Down or Up manually. (0.1MHz by down or up) Once the desired radio frequency has been selected, tap the icon to save the channel. A save channel dialog box appears to confirm. Tap Ok to save the channel. Tap Cancel to abort. Tapping or to change the frequency and save another desired station. Note: A total of 20 stations, CH01 CH20, can be preset in the channel list for use. Using the Channel List Tap the icon to show all saved radio frequency channels by Auto Search and Manual Search. To select your desired radio station, tap the / icon to move the list page down / up. Or, drag the progress bar to adjust the page down / up. Once selected, tap the desired channel to enter the radio station. The selected radio frequency is shown.
14 To change to another station, tap the icon again or tap or to change the station(s) down and up according to the channel list. To Delete a Saved Station: Select the station that you want to delete by selecting it or by or and then tapping on. A delete station dialog box appears to confirm. Choose Ok to confirm the delete or choose Cancel to abort. Or, Tap the icon to enter the channel list, and then select the channel station you want to delete, tap the icon and choose Ok to confirm. Change Volume Slide the volume bar to adjust the volume levels. To mute the radio, tap the icon and it will change to, the sound is muted. To un-mute, tap the icon and icon will change to, the sound on. Note: Turn Off the FM stereo function when radio station signal strength is in weak and the background noise issues appear. FM Recording Select the desired station, tap the icon to enter to record mode. Start Recording and Pause Recording To start recording, tap and it will change to. To pause the recording, tap to pause the recording and the icon will change to. To Save Recorded Voice File Tap the icon to save the current recording of the voice file into memory, a Saving File dialogues box appears for few seconds. The file is saved.
15 To Review and Playback Voice Files Tap the icon, a files list appears; all the recorded voice file(s) are shown. Tap a desired voice file to play it. Change Recording Settings (Quality and Volume) To change the recording quality, tap the icon, a submenu list appears, and then tap Qual:, then choose High / Medi / Low. To change the recording volume, tap Volume:, then choose +1 / +2 / Text Mode Tap Text, and then tap Main Dir / Card Dir. When the Micro SD Card is used, a list appears. Choose a file to play. Or, Choose a folder name which contains a Text file and choose your desired file to play. If you choose a folder name which does not support text files, then the list will be show blank. Choose another folder. Tap a desired file to start text browsing. File List Text Browsing Next / Previous Page In the Text browsing mode. Tap the icon to show the next page. Tap the icon to show the previous page.
16 Change Folders Tap the icon, a sub-menu will appear. Tap Main Dir / Card Dir. Choose a folder name which contains a Text file and choose your desired file. If you choose a folder name which has no supported Text files, then the list will be show blank. Choose another folder, and then choose a file you want to play. Tap the icon to go back to music mode. Note: Card Dir will not show folders and files when the Micro SD card is not inserted. Skip to Page Tap the icon to show the Skip to dialogue box, and then select the skip percentage (0% 100%) by using the / icons. Tap the outside area of the Skip to box to confirm and exit. Then the page jumps to your desired percentage of the ebook. Auto Page and Set Auto Page Time Tap the icon to enter to auto page function and the icon will change to the icon. Tap the icon to go back to the manual page mode. To set the slide show time, tap the icon, then choose 10s / 15s / 20s / 25s / 30s Save Tag / Pick Tag Tap the icon to show the tag settings box.
17 Tag Setting Box To save tags, tap any of the empty boxes in Save tags, to save the current page into the tag list, and then you will see the page is tagged then exist the list of save tags. To pick tags, tap any one item and then you will see the tagged page appear. Tap the icon to exit from the tag settings box. Or, tap the outside area of the Save tag and Pick tag box to confirm and exit from the tag settings box. Note: The saved tags can be overwritten by a new save tag when all empty items are used. 12. Recording Mode Tap the Recorder icon to enter to voice recorder mode.
18 Recording To start recording, tap the icon and it will change to. To pause the recording, tap the icon and the icon will change to. Save Recorded Voice Files Tap the icon to save the current recording voice file into memory; the Saving File dialogue box appears for few seconds. The file is now saved. Review and Playback Voice Files Tap the icon; all the recorded voice file(s) are shown. Tap a desired voice file to play it. Recording Settings (Quality and Volume) To change the record quality, tap the icon, and then tap Qual:, then choose High / Medi / Low. To change the recording volume, tap Volume:, then choose +1 / +2 / Explorer Menu The Explorer function is a file manager; This shows all types of files and folders inside the player. Also, you can easily manage all types of files to play or delete them. To use explorer function, from desktop menu, tap Explorer, and then tap Main Dir / Card Dir Choose folder(s) and file(s) by tapping the / icon to move the list up / down. Note: Only Main Dir will be displayed if the Micro SD card is not in inserted. Play Media Files Tap any type of media file and it will go directly to the necessary mode to open and play the selected file. Delete Media Files / Folders Choose a media file or folder which you want to delete, then tap the icon, a
19 dialogue box appear and then tap Yes / No to confirm. Note: The folder and all its corresponding files will be deleted once confirmed. 14. Settings Tap Settings to enter to settings interface. Settings Interface Player Information Tap the Player Information icon to view relevant read-only product information, such as version, memory and file information. Note: Tap the icon to go back to the settings interface. Language To set the language, tap the Language icon and then choose your desired language. Display Tap the Display icon to enter the display setup menu. Tap the and icons to choose 0s / 5s / 10s / 15s / 30s / 1m / 5mi / 15m / 30m (Display backlight time) Note: s = second and m = minute
20 Tap the to icon to choose the backlight brightness levels. Calibrate In some circumstances, you might need to calibrate the touch screen. To calibrate the touch panel, tap the Calibrate icon, a calibration marker appears on the top left corner of the screen, and then touch the center of the to start the calibration. Follow to touch the markers which appear in different locations until calibration is complete. Power Off Time Tap the Power Off icon, choose OFF, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes and 120 minutes as desired by tapping the and icons. Default Settings Tap the Default Settings icon, the player will prompt a WARNING about whether to restore system default setting or not. Tap Yes to restore factory default settings. Tap No to abandon this restoration. Lock / Unlock This player is allows you to lock the touch screen and all key functions to avoid button operation when not desired. To lock the screen, slide the power switch to the HOLD position. All key functions and touch operations are disabled. To unlock the screen, slide the power switch back to the original position. All key functions and touch operation will be enabled again. Reset If the player encounters a dead halt during use, press the RESET button at the back of the unit by using a suitable object / tool such as a paper clip to restart the player. 15. Micro SD Card This player allows you to play supported media files from a micro SD memory card. Inserting / Removing the Micro SD card To safely insert / remove the micro SD memory card into/from the card slot. Please turn Off the unit, then insert the memory card in the correct orientation that is shown at the back of the unit.
21 View / Play the files on the micro SD Card From the start screen, tap the Video / Photo / Text / Explorer icon, then tap Main DIR / Card Dir and choose your desire folder(s) and media files to play. Note: Main DIR is the internal memory of the player. Card DIR is the Micro SD Card that you have inserted into the player. Specifications Display PC Connection Internal Memory External Memory 2.4 inches TFT, Resolution 320x240(RGB) USB 2.0 (High Speed) 8GB Rechargeable Battery Lithium: 3.7V Micro SD Memory Card; (up to 8GB) Music playing time: > 6 hours (power save mode, 65% Volume) Video playing time: > 2 hours Voice Recording Format WAV 32kbps / 64kbps / 192kbps Music Format Video Format Photo Format ebook Format MP3, WMA APE, FLAC, OGG AVI(Xvid), WMV, FLV, 3GP, RM/RMVB JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIF, PNG TXT 32kbps - 320kbps QVGA resolution 320x240, 30fps Audio Frequency response 20Hz 20,000Hz SNR Operation Temperature 0-40 Languages Operation Systems Multi Language > 60dB Windows 2000 / XP / Vista, Mac OS 9.2 or above Contact Us Need assistance? Please call us! If you encounter any difficulties with this product, please visit our website at and review our support section or call us. Our representatives are ready to help you with any questions about your product. We can guide you through connections, first-time use, or any of the features. Just give us a call or send us an . Customer & Technical Support: Monday through Friday: 8:30am 5:00pm
22 We want you to start enjoying your product right away! Battery Statement Product and Battery Disposal This product contains a built-in lithium battery and should not be disposed of in normal household waste. The battery in this device is not intended to be removed by the individual or end user. For disposal and recycling, please contact your local waste management authorities. The recycling and processing of electronic waste will make a significant contribution towards helping protect the environment. Warning: To reduce the risk of fire and burns; do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of in fire or water.
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