Netac Tech C675 User Manual
Mp3 player (c675) user’s manual
MP3 Player (C675) User’s Manual
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1. Introduc tion
Thanks for purchasing Netac MP3 Player (C675). MP3 Player is a new type of portable
digital music player, perfectly combines digital music playing, recording, FM tuner, SD/
MMC Card and removable disk, etc.
1.1 Featu res
Support SD/MMC Card hot plug and play
Support MP3, WMA music files
Support A-B repeat, multiple sound/play modes
Powered by an AAA alkaline battery
Synchronously Lyric (LRC file) display
Built-in FM tuner
Support FM, VOICE and LINE-IN recording
Built-in flash memory
Effectively prevent misoperation with HOLD switch
Support memory function
Support English, Traditional & Simplified Chinese menu
Attractive blue-color backlight & LCD display
Built-in Mini USB port
No driver installation required (except on Windows 98/98SE)
1.2 Appearance and Buttons
2. Usage on the Computer
2.1 Connecting with the Computer
MP3 Player connects with the computer through USB cable. Connect standard port of
USB cable to the computer, Mini port to MP3 Player.
2.2 Utilities Installation
MP3 Player Utilities includes Windows 98/98SE driver and Firmware Download tools.
You can download the driver from http://www.netac.com for installation.
2.3 Data Transferring
Boot your computer, connect MP3 Player to the computer.
The LCD of MP3 Player would display “READY” to prompt the connection status
after been connecting.
Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP/Server 2003 : Double click “My Computer”, you
would find two new icons named “Removable Disk”, and the first icon represents
MP3 Player, the second icon represents SD/MMC Card. A new icon
appear at the taskbar on Windows Me/2000/XP/Server 2003, representing MP3
3. Basic Operations
: The battery is full.
: The battery is exhausted.
3.2 Keystroke Definition
Hold: The time of keystroke is about 2 seconds.
Press: The time of keystroke is less than 2 seconds.
3.3 Power On/Off
To power on MP3 Player, please hold Play/Pause button, MP3 Player would enter Music
To power off MP3 Player, please hold Play/Pause button till the LCD of MP3 Player
MP3 Player would power off automatically if there is no operation based upon preset
time (Please refer to “
5.4 Setting Menu -> Power Saving” for details).
This function is used to prevent the buttons from being operated accidentally. To lock all
buttons please lock the HOLD switch, and LCD prompts the lock status. To release the
lock function, please unlock the HOLD switch. If the HOLD switch was open when power
on, MP3 Player would power off automatically shortly after been displayed “Key Hold”,
please unlock the HOLD switch again to power it on.
3.5 Firmware Update
You can download the latest update tool from our website http://www.netac.com to
update MP3 Player. The update steps are as the following:
Please uninstall “
Netac C675 MP3 Player” in your computer first, then double click
the downloaded file “Setup.exe”, it would install new MP3 Player Utilities
Start -> Programs -> Netac C675 MP3 Player -> Firmware Download” to
update firmware for MP3 Player, click “Start”
button to begin update on the window
of “Firmware Download”
. It would prompt “Complete”
after updating, click “
button, and then unplug MP3 Player from the computer to finish.
You can also click the check box of “Format Data Area” in “Firmware Download”
window, click “
Yes” button in the pop-up window “Formatting the data area will erase
all files stored on the media, Continue?”
and then click “
Start” button to format MP3
Player. It would show “Complete” upon format finished, click “Close” button to
Firmware update can improve and optimize the performances of MP3 Player, but
MP3 Player can also work properly with original firmware.
MP3 Player can’t work properly due to misoperation! Please read this manual in
detail before operating firmware update, and ask for help from the computer engineer.
This firmware update program is only available for C675.
All data of the disk would be lose when formatting MP3 Player. Please backup data
4. SD/MMC Card
MP3 Player supports SD/MMC Card hot plug and play.
After the Card has been successfully inserted in MP3 Player, an icon
in the LCD.
You can also set to store LINE-IN/MIC/FM recorded files in SD/MMC Card. Please refer
“5.4 Setting Menu” for details.
Note: Under playing/pause status, if the SD/MMC Card is plugged into or exit MP3
Player, the track would be stop playing automatically.
5. Usage of MP3 Player
There are six menus in MP3 Player system: Music Menu, FM Radio, Voice Menu, Line In
Menu, Setting Menu, and About. Please press Previous/Next button to select menu, and
then press MENU button to enter. The contents of recording, please refer to “5.3
RECORD” for details.
5.1 Music Menu
Play / Pause / Stop
Press Play/Pause button to play the track.
Press Play/Pause button to pause the track.
Hold Play/Pause button to stop playing in playing/pause status.
Note: MP3 Player can play 16 levels folder and support 450 tracks/recorded files. All of
the MP3/WMA files would be played in Music Menu.
Rewind/Forward : Hold Previous/Next button to rewind or fast forward the track.
Selecting Track: Press Previous/Next button to select the track.
Volume: Press Volume +/- button to turn up/down the volume.
A-B repeat: Press REC button to set A (start) and B (end) spot while in playing
status, MP3 Player would play the track between A and B repeatedly. Press REC
button again to exit A-B repeat.
Note: MP3 Player can’t implement A-B repeat when the spare playing time is less than 3
Lyric showing: MP3 Player would automatically search the lyric file (LRC format,
you can make by yourself, download from Internet, etc.).
Copy the track and the lyric file (LRC format) into the same folder.
Make sure the name of the lyric file is the same as the name of the track,
otherwise the lyric can’
t be displayed.
Lyric would be shown synchronously on the LCD during playing.
5.2 FM Radio
MP3 Player can receive and record the FM channel under FM Radio menu.
Note: The earphone can be used as an antenna, please connect it with MP3 Player would
make better effect while searching channels.
Press MENU button to switch among “Radio”, “Scan”
Store” and “Exit”
under FM Radio
menu. The Operations are as the following:
(Radio): You can press Play/Pause button to stop/resume receiving FM program,
and switch channel by pressing Previous/Next
button if there is more than one
(Scan): MP3 Player can save maximum 30 channels.
Automatic Scanning: Press Play/Pause button to enter auto-scanning under Scan
status, MP3 Player would save the searched channel automatically.
Manual Scanning: Press Previous/Next
button to search channel ahead/backwards
by 0.1MHz manual in receiving status.
(Store): Press Play/Pause button to save channel, the LCD would display
(Exit): Press Play/Pause button to return to main menu.
Turn up/down the volume: Press Volume +/- button to turn up/down the volume in
receiving or recording status.
Before recording, you must set the parameters of recorded file, according to
different recorded modes (Please refer to “
Mac OS 10.2 or above (Mac OS 10.3.2 e.g.): You would find two new icons named
that would appear on the desktop of your computer, and the first icon
represents MP3 Player, the second icon represents SD/MMC Card.
Note: Under the system of Mac OS 10.2 or above, only one disk letter would
appear, if SD/MMC Card is not plugged into MP3 Player.
Then you can copy, delete, or edit data on MP3 Player or SD/MMC Card, just as
on a traditional hard disk.
The LCD of MP3 Player would display “WRITING”
(Writing data to MP3 Player or
SD/MMC Card) or “
READING” (Reading data from MP3 Player or SD/MMC Card)
when MP3 Player connects with the computer, please don’
t unplug MP3 Player
while data is transferring between MP3 Player or SD/MMC Card and the computer,
otherwise the transferring data may be lost.
Please refer to the following steps to unplug MP3 Player after data transferring:
Windows 98/98SE: The LCD of MP3 Player would display “READY”
data transferring, then you can disconnect MP3 Player from USB port of the
Windows Me/2000/XP/Server 2003 (Windows 2000 e.g.): Click the icon
the taskbar, click the prompt menu “Stop USB Mass Storage Device - Driver”,
and click “OK” button in the pop-up window “The ‘
USB Mass Storage Device’
device can now be safely removed from the system”, then you can disconnect
MP3 Player from the computer safely.
Mac OS 10.2 or above (Mac OS 10.3.2 e.g.): Select the icon representing MP3
Player, and click “File” to select “Exit NO NAME”
Exit” (if SD/MMC card is plugged
into the MP3 Player), then you can disconnect MP3 Player from the computer.
Tips: Drag MP3 Player icon into Trash, and then disconnect it from the computer.
Mini USB Port
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FM Recording: Press REC button to record in Radio status under FM Radio menu.
VOICE/MUSIC Recording: Press REC button to record in stop status under
Voice / Music menu.
LINE IN Recording: Under Line In menu, MP3 Player can record audio signal
from audio/video device via cable.
Connect 2.5mm port of Line In cable to MP3 Player, and 3.5mm port to audio
output socket of audio/video device.
Press REC button to start Line In recording while in stop status.
You can listen synchronously during recording.