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User Manual




              MP3 PLAYER / USB-Disk / Voice Recorder




                                                 ...
Trademark
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh is a registered
trademark of Apple Compute...
Health and Safety Precautions
  • This device is an electronic device. It needs careful handling and use.
  • Do not drop ...
Foreword
Please read this manual carefully before using the player to ensure a trouble-free
experience. This product is a ...
PC system requirements
 • PC with USB port
 • 500MHz processor or faster
 • 64MB RAM, 128MB or higher recommended
 • Windo...
Location of Control:




1. Headphone jack:
  Plug the earphone into the jack and listen to your player.
2. USB connector:...
4. A-B/ REC
  Repeat between Section A and B during music mode.
  Press to start or stop voice recording.
5. Backward
  Pr...
Before you can use the player, you need to install the battery into the unit. The unit operates
on 1 AAA battery. Please u...
protected music files will not play back in this device. You need to transfer music files without
DRM protection into the ...
When your MD217 is connected to your computer, it starts working as a removable hard disk
(external drive) on your compute...
Downloading music to your MD217
The player can be used as a mobile data storage device. No special software is required to...
the player from your computer.

a.    Double-click on the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon (green arrow) on the system tray o...
MD217 Function & Keys Instructions
a. Power On/ Play / Pause / Stop/ Power Off
Press shortly
>Power on the player
>Start /...
>Fast reverse to previous available options within MENU or sub-menu


d / e. Volume+ / Volume -
Volume+
Press shortly
>Inc...
g. A-B A-B
Press shortly
>Loop Function – Playback any selected segment of current track


*Only works when player is in s...
The Recorded files will be named and saved automatically to a Voice folder at root directory
as MIC00001.WAV, MIC00002.WAV...
Indications
1. Battery Power Indicator
2. Play Mode
3. A-B looping function
4. ID3 tag
5. Current / Total Track Number
6. ...
Menu settings

While your player is in playback or status (idle), you may press “Mode” at anytime to enter
MENU, it allows...
Power Set      Disable. The player no shut off, while no power.
                        2 min.      The player shuts off t...
playback voice files is exactly the same as playback music files. As shown below:




Menu-3 Setting
Choose Settings from ...
>>MENU-3-3 Contrast


This setting controls the brightness of LCD display. Press   or   to adjust the level of
brightness ...
>>MENU-3-5 Power Set


This setting controls the duration time of back light. Available options are:
Disable – 2 min -- 10...
>>MENU-3 -8 Exit

Press “Mode” once to exit sub- menu(s) and return to MENU-3 Settings.




MENU-4 Information
Choose Info...
>>MENU-5-2-1 Yes
Deleting current file and return to file list when press “Mode”.




>>MENU-5-2-2 No
Press “Mode” once to...
TROUBLESHOOTING

No power              Check battery
                     Check your power switch
No music is heard in 1. ...
Lasonic One (1) Year Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty and Return Policy

Lasonic’s warranty obligations are limited to th...
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, REMEDIES AND CONDITIONS, WHETHER ORAL OR
WRITTEN, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. LASONIC SPECIFIC...
Limited Warranty is governed by the laws of the country in which the product purchase took
place.

Obtaining Warranty Serv...
FCC/CE Statement

This product is in conformity with the EMC directive.

For Europe                  For USA


This device...
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  1. 1. User Manual MP3 PLAYER / USB-Disk / Voice Recorder 1
  2. 2. Trademark Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. All other brands or product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Disclaimer Lasonic shall not be liable for any errors contained herein or for incidental consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. This document contains proprietary information, which is protected by copyright laws. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or digitally stored on or transferred through any medium without prior written permission by Lasonic. We reserve the rights to make changes from time to time in the contents hereof without further obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes. We also reserve the right to change the specification without notice and may therefore not coincide with the contents of this document. Lasonic assumes no responsibilities with regard to the performance or use of third party products. 2
  3. 3. Health and Safety Precautions • This device is an electronic device. It needs careful handling and use. • Do not drop the device. You might damage the device. • Observe the local law regarding using earphones while driving a motor vehicle. Some locale allows only one ear to be covered by an earphone. • Do not operate the control while driving a motor vehicle, you might be distracted and cause an accident. • Follow the instructions regarding the use of electronic equipment while on a commercial airplane. If you have question, please ask the flight crew. • Do not turn up the volume on the device too loud. You might damage your hearing from extended period of excessive volume. • Do not expose the device to direct sunlight. Keep away from extreme heat or cold environment. • Keep the device free from dust and other contaminant. • Keep liquid and moisture away from the device. Cleaning agent could damage the surface of your device. • Clean the exterior by wiping with soft dry cloth, do not use any cleaning liquid on it. Do not uses lens cleaner; they might cause damage to your device. • Remove the battery when unused for a long period of time. • Do not attempt to service the product yourself. Removing the cover can expose you to high voltage and other dangerous conditions. You will also break the seal and void the warranty. Request qualified service personnel to perform servicing. • Please dispose of the device or the battery properly. Do not put in the trash with your regular household waste. Contact the local authority on how to recycle them. 3
  4. 4. Foreword Please read this manual carefully before using the player to ensure a trouble-free experience. This product is a flash based digital music player capable of playing MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, WMV, ASF, and WAV music file formats. Features • Compact size • USB connection to computer for music download • Also operates as a USB flash drive for data storage • Plays virtually all music file formats such as: MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, WMV, ASF, and WAV • Driver-free installation for Windows 2000 or higher. Windows 98 requires installation of driver from CD. • Digital voice recording • 6 mode Equalizer: Normal, Pop, Classical, Jazz, Bass and Rock • Extensive Music repeat modes: Normal, Repeat one, Repeat all, Shuffle Repeat, Dir Normal, Dir Repeat one, Dir Repeat all, and Dir Shuffle Repeat Technical Specifications Specifications • USB interface • USB Mass Storage Class, Bulk-only Transport standard • Flash memory based for music storage • Operates on 1 AAA battery • MP3, WMA, and WAV • Stores 500 Songs per 1GB Note: 1GB = 1 billion bytes; actual formatted capacity less. Song capacity is based on 4 minutes per song and 64-Kbps wma encoding; actual capacity varies by content. 4
  5. 5. PC system requirements • PC with USB port • 500MHz processor or faster • 64MB RAM, 128MB or higher recommended • Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, or later • CD/DVD-ROM drive for driver installation in Windows 98SE only Macintosh system requirements • Macintosh computer with USB port • G4, G5, or Intel processor with 500MHz processor or faster • 64MB RAM, 128MB or higher recommended • Mac OS 9.2.2 or OS X 10.2.8 or higher Environmental requirements • Operating Temperature: 32°~95° F (0°~35°C) • Operating Humidity: 10%~70% noncondensing • Storage Temperature: -4°~113° F (-20°C~45°C) • Storage Humidity: 20%~90% noncondensing Package contents • Digital music player • Earphone • Manual • Windows 98 Driver CD • AAA battery 5
  6. 6. Location of Control: 1. Headphone jack: Plug the earphone into the jack and listen to your player. 2. USB connector: You can upload/ download files via this port when connected to your computer. 3. MENU Press to enter menu or sub-menus to configure difference settings of the player. Press to confirm the selected menu option 6
  7. 7. 4. A-B/ REC Repeat between Section A and B during music mode. Press to start or stop voice recording. 5. Backward Press to skip to previous track. Press and hold to fast reverse within the current track. 6. Forward: Press to skip to next track. Press and hold to fast forward within the current track. 7. Vol+ Press to increase the volume level. 8. Vol- Press to decrease the volume level. 9. Power On/ Play/ Pause/ Stop/ Power Off Press the button to power on the player. Playback or pause player of music or voice file. Press and hold to power off the player. 10. Hold 11. LCD 12. Microphone Buttons used for “Mode” and “Play / Pause button” can each be controlled in 3 different ways: 1. Press - press the button then release it immediately. 2. Long press - press and hold the button for about 2 seconds then release it. 3. Press & Hold - press and keep holding the button. Installing Battery 7
  8. 8. Before you can use the player, you need to install the battery into the unit. The unit operates on 1 AAA battery. Please use high quality Alkaline or Ultra Alkaline for longer music playing time. 1. Look at the bottom of the player. Place your thumb on the battery cover and slide out. Lift out the cover. 2. Insert an AAA battery into the player in the direction shown inside the battery compartment. 3. Place the battery cover on top of the battery and slide it back to close. Note: If the battery is left inside this unit after they become drained they may leak and cause damage to the battery compartment terminals - please remove exhausted batteries promptly. Installing Earphones Be sure the device is powered off before inserting the earphone. Insert the earphone plug into the jack on the side of the player. Connecting to Computer Note: Before plugging into the USB port in the computer, be sure to remove the cap. Put back the cap after you done to help protect the USB connector. To connect the device to your computer, plug in the device into the USB socket on your computer. The player will power on automatically. When “Ready” appears on the LCD of the player, the connection with the computer has completed successfully. Overview Before plugging in the device, make sure your computer system have a USB port available. You need to download MP3 or WMA music files into the player before you can play back music. This player only supports unprotected music files. It does not play back music file with DRM copy protection. Most online music selling site supports DRM music files only. Those 8
  9. 9. protected music files will not play back in this device. You need to transfer music files without DRM protection into the player. You can do this by encoding music file from your music CD without selecting the copy protection option. You can use Windows Media Player that comes with Windows to rip music into wma/mp3 format. Caution: It is illegal to distribute or share MP3 and WMA songs. You are only allowed to rip music CD that you own and the resulting MP3 and WMA files are for personal use only. Windows ME, 2000, XP, and Vista Setup 1. Start up the computer and boot into Windows. 2. Normally your machine will be ready to install new hardware. However, if you are using Windows 2000 or XP and are unable to install new hardware, you might not have Administrator privilege. Check with your computer manufacturer or your computer administrator to receive advice on how to install new hardware device. 3. Plug in the device into the USB port on your computer. Windows will start searching for driver. 4. If Windows ask you to reboot, click on yes to reboot. Windows 98SE Setup For Windows 98 user, please install the driver from the bundled CD and restart your computer to take effect. Mac Setup 1. Start up the computer and boot into Mac OS. 2. Plug in the device into the USB port on your computer. 3. The drive icon will show up on the desktop. 4. Now you can transfer your music files to the device. 5. Before removing the device, you have to drag its icon to the trash to unmount it. 9
  10. 10. When your MD217 is connected to your computer, it starts working as a removable hard disk (external drive) on your computer. You can transfer, copy, paste, and delete the data (audio files, voice recording files, etc.), which stored on your player into your computer very conveniently. It can also be used for storage of non-music files. ! Attention: The removable drive (MD217) can be found under “My computer” or “Windows Explorer”. Also, open the “Device Manager” of your Windows and you will see the player is recognized as “USB mass Storage Device”’ which becomes one of the disk drives in your computer observe the diagrams for illustration. 10
  11. 11. Downloading music to your MD217 The player can be used as a mobile data storage device. No special software is required to upload, download and manage the music and data files. All you need is using the copy, paste, delete and other commands of your operation system and it is very easy and efficient by just clicking on the mouse. To download music to the player, connect the player with PC first, then: Step 1. Select the track you want to download to the player by clicking on the icon (If you want to choose more than one music, press and hold the Ctrl or Shift key of the computer keyboard when you clicking) Step 2. Right-click on the files, a menu appears. Click Copy Step 3. Under My Computer or Windows Explorer, double-click Removable Disk to open the drive. The Removable Disk window appears Step 4. Right-click on the Removable Disk windows and click Paste in the menu Step 5. Start copying the files. The LCD of the player displays The above message and diagram represent the USB connection in-between the player and your PC is currently busy in transferring data. Please do not disconnect your player until you see “Ready” comes up on the LCD again, or else it may cause severe damage to the player, and the data being transferred will be lost too. For users of Windows Me / 2000 / XP, please follow the instruction below prior disconnecting 11
  12. 12. the player from your computer. a. Double-click on the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon (green arrow) on the system tray of your Windows (see diagrams below for illustration). b. Click stop in the “Remove Hardware Device” dialog window. c. You will be asked about which device to stop. Click OK to continue. d. The “Safely Remove Hardware” window appears to confirm that it safe to remove the player. Click OK to continue. e. Now you can disconnect the player from the computer. 12
  13. 13. MD217 Function & Keys Instructions a. Power On/ Play / Pause / Stop/ Power Off Press shortly >Power on the player >Start / Resume playback, when the player is in status of pause or stop >Pause playback, when the player is in status of play Press and hold >Stop playback, when the player is in status of play. >Power off the play b / c. forward / backward Forward Press shortly >Skip to next track during playback of music or voice file >Search forward for next track when the player is in status of stop >Move forward to next available options within MENU or sub-menu Press and hold >Fast forward within the current track during playback of music or voice file >Search forward within the current track when player is in status of stop >Fast forward to next available options within MENU or sub-menu Backward Press shortly >Skip to previous track during playback of music or voice file >Search backward for previous track when the player is in status of stop >Move backward to previous available options within MENU or sub-menu Press and hold >Fast reverse within the current track during playback of music or voice file >Search backward within the current track when player is in status of stop 13
  14. 14. >Fast reverse to previous available options within MENU or sub-menu d / e. Volume+ / Volume - Volume+ Press shortly >Increase the volume by one level up Press and hold >Increase the volume continuously to the loudest level Volume – Press shortly >Decrease the volume with one level down Press and hold >Decrease the volume continuously to the mute level f. MODE Press shortly >Enter main-menu >Confirm your selected setting / option under menu or sub-menu >When using voice recording mode, this will save your recording 14
  15. 15. g. A-B A-B Press shortly >Loop Function – Playback any selected segment of current track *Only works when player is in status of playback for MP3 / WMA or voice recording file. 1, Press MODE to set the start point (A- appears and flashes) 2, Press MODE again to set the end point (A-B appears) 3. Press MODE again to cancel the loop function >Recording *Works when player is in voice mode Voice recording in voice mode This feature offers high quality, one-touch voice recording. You can use the player to record lectures, interviews or meetings. Under voice mode, press MODE to start recording. During recording, a “ “ will be shown on the LCD. 15
  16. 16. The Recorded files will be named and saved automatically to a Voice folder at root directory as MIC00001.WAV, MIC00002.WAV, MIC00003.WAV, etc. in to the player memory, according to the sequence of voice recording taking place. h. Key Lock (Hold) Hold You may lock the buttons on the player to prevent buttons being pressed during playback. As shown below: i. ID3 Tag Display MD-217 is able to display the name of the current track, artist, album, etc. during playback. In case if the MP3 tag information is too much and exceeds the specifying display area of the LCD, the rest of the information will be display in dynamic scrolling, from right to left across the LCD. k. Power off Press and hold for 3 seconds, the player will power off. Overall view of LCD 16
  17. 17. Indications 1. Battery Power Indicator 2. Play Mode 3. A-B looping function 4. ID3 tag 5. Current / Total Track Number 6. Mode Indicator (Music / Voice) 7. EQ Mode 8. Volume 9. Time Elapsed 10. Hold 11. Repeat Mode 17
  18. 18. Menu settings While your player is in playback or status (idle), you may press “Mode” at anytime to enter MENU, it allows you to change different settings of the player according to your own preferences. Inside MENU, you may press / to move to the next or previous MENU setting. Press “Mode” again to enter sub-menu (if any). Again, you may press / to move to the next or previous available options inside sub- menu(s). Press “Mode” to confirm with your selected options inside MENU or sub-menu(s). Remark Play Music Go to Play Music Voice Go to Play Voice Setting EQ Normal Normal effect Pop Pop music effect Rock Rock music effect Classic Classic music effect Jazz Jazz music effect Bass Bass music effect Play Mode Normal No repeat Repeat One. Play current music repeatedly Repeat All Play all music file repeatedly Shuffle Repeat Random play music repeatedly Dir Normal. Play music file in directory. Dir All Repeat. Play all music files repeatedly in directory. Dir Shuffle Repeat. Randomised play music repeatedly in directory. Contrast Adjust the contrast value of the screen. Backlight Setting backlight time 18
  19. 19. Power Set Disable. The player no shut off, while no power. 2 min. The player shuts off time (How long the player is idle) 10 min. The player shuts off time (How long the player is idle) 30 min. The player shuts off time (How long the player is idle) Record Set: 32Kbps. The player recording coding 44Kbps. The player recording coding 64Kbps. The player recording coding 88Kbps. The player recording coding Language Setting language: English. France, German. Spanish. Italian. Portugal. Exit Exit to Menu Screen About Display capacity and free space Folder Enter listed files Play now Play selective file Delete? deleting? Yes deleting No cancel, return to file list. Exit Go to play music/Voice Menu-1 Play Music Choose Music from menu will return to music mode (playback of MP3 / WMA). As shown below: Menu-2 Voice Choose Voice from menu to enter voice play and recording voice mode. You may browse your voice files, playback voice files, or start voice recording. Please note that the way to 19
  20. 20. playback voice files is exactly the same as playback music files. As shown below: Menu-3 Setting Choose Settings from menu to enter and configure different settings for the player. Press “Mode” again to enter sub-menu. >>MENU-3-1 EQ There are 6 audio output effects available: Normal – Pop –Rock– Classic – Jazz – Bass >>MENU-3-2 Play mode There are 7 play modes available: Normal – Repeat one –Repeat All –Shuffle Repeat–Dir Normal–Dir All Repeat–Dir Shuffle Repeat 20
  21. 21. >>MENU-3-3 Contrast This setting controls the brightness of LCD display. Press or to adjust the level of brightness as you desired. >>MENU-3-4 Backlight There are 4 play modes available: Always off – 5 – 10 – Always on 21
  22. 22. >>MENU-3-5 Power Set This setting controls the duration time of back light. Available options are: Disable – 2 min -- 10 min – 30min >>MENU-3 -6 Record Set There are 4 coding modes available: 32Kbps-44Kbps-64Kbps-88Kbps >>MENU-3 -7 Language Select language: 22
  23. 23. >>MENU-3 -8 Exit Press “Mode” once to exit sub- menu(s) and return to MENU-3 Settings. MENU-4 Information Choose Information from menu to view the capacity and free space of your MP3 player. MENU-5 Folder Choose Folder from menu to enter music file list mode. Press Mode key enter sub-menu. Press or key selects your music file. >>MENU-5-1 Play now Music file start play when press “Mode” key, Player return to file list, Player return to play music file interface when press Play key twice. >>MENU-5-2 Delete? Choose Delete from menu to enter deleting mode. Press Mode key enter sub-menu. 23
  24. 24. >>MENU-5-2-1 Yes Deleting current file and return to file list when press “Mode”. >>MENU-5-2-2 No Press “Mode” once to exit return to file list. MENU-6 Exit Choose Exit from menu to exit MENU and return to music mode (playback of MP3 / WMA). 24
  25. 25. TROUBLESHOOTING No power Check battery Check your power switch No music is heard in 1. Check the Volume level the earphones 2. Check the connection (earphone to the earphone jack) 3. Check if the music file can be played by the MP3 player. Can‘t download music 1. Check if the USB cable properly connected to your computer 2. Check if you have installed the driver (under Windows 98) 3. Check if you have enough disk space to download the music file 25
  26. 26. Lasonic One (1) Year Limited Warranty Limited Warranty and Return Policy Lasonic’s warranty obligations are limited to the terms set forth below: Lasonic warrants this Lasonic-branded hardware product against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of retail purchase by the original end-user purchaser. If Lasonic determined that a hardware defect has occurred and the end-user has notified us and shipped back the product to us within the Warranty Period, at its option, Lasonic will either (1) repair the hardware defect at no charge, using new or refurbished replacement parts, or (2) exchange the product with a new or refurbished product or a functionally equivalent product. A replacement product or part, assumes the remaining warranty of the original product. Exclusions and Limitations This Limited Warranty covers only hardware products manufactured by or for Lasonic that can be identified by the "Lasonic” name. Lasonic does not warrant that the operation of the product will be uninterrupted or error-free. Lasonic is not responsible for damage as a result of the failure to follow instructions in this manual. This warranty does not apply: (1) to normal wear and tear; (2) to damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, flood, fire, earthquake or other external causes; (3) to damage caused by use with non-Lasonic products; (4) to damage caused by service by any person without Lasonic’s authorization; (5) to damage caused by using the product outside it’s intended usage as listed in this manual; (6) to a product that has been modified without Lasonic’s written authorization; (7) if any Lasonic serial number has been removed or defaced; or (8) to consumable parts, such as batteries, unless damage has occurred due to a defect in materials or workmanship. THIS WARRANTY AND REMEDIES SET FORTH ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU 26
  27. 27. OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, REMEDIES AND CONDITIONS, WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. LASONIC SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL STATUTORY OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTIES AGAINST ANY HIDDEN DEFECTS. EXCEPT AS STATED IN THIS WARRANTY, LASONIC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY OR CONDITION, OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF USE, REVENUE, ACTUAL OR ANTICIPATED PROFITS, BUSINESS, OPPORTUNITY, GOODWILL, REPUTATION, OR DATA. LASONIC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY COSTS OF RECOVERING, PROGRAMMING OR REPRODUCING ANY PROGRAM OR DATA STORED IN OR USED WITH LASONIC PRODUCT OR ANY FAILURE TO MAINTAIN THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF DATA STORED ON THE PRODUCT. LASONIC DISCLAIMS ANY REPRESENTATION THAT IT WILL BE ABLE TO REPAIR ANY PRODUCT UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR MAKE A PRODUCT EXCHANGE WITHOUT RISK TO OR LOSS OF THE PROGRAMS OR DATA. No Lasonic reseller, agent, or employee is authorized to make any modification, extension, or addition to this warranty. Consumer Protection Laws FOR CONSUMERS WHO ARE COVERED BY CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS OR REGULATIONS IN THEIR COUNTRY OF PURCHASE, THE BENEFITS PROVIDED BY THIS WARRANTY ARE IN ADDITION TO ALL RIGHTS AND REMEDIES COVERD BY SUCH CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS AND REGULATIONS. Some countries, states and provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary by country, state or province. This 27
  28. 28. Limited Warranty is governed by the laws of the country in which the product purchase took place. Obtaining Warranty Service Please consult the troubleshooting steps in this manual first before requesting warranty service. If you still have problem you cannot resolve, contact us at support@lasonic.com or (323) 222-9889 9am – 4pm Pacific Standard Time. You must contact Lasonic to get an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number first before you can ship the product back to us for repair. The product must be packed in a well protected packaging and ship back to us with shipping fee prepaid. It is recommended that you ship using a service that provide package tracking service. We will not be responsible for any lost or damaged product that is shipped to us for repair. 28
  29. 29. FCC/CE Statement This product is in conformity with the EMC directive. For Europe For USA 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. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement 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: o Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. o Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. o Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. o Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Warning: To meet FCC requirements, if your product comes with power adapter and cord or cables, you must use them in order to prevent interference. It is essential that only the supplied power cord and cables are used. You are cautioned that changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment. 29
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