Question about RCA M4204 MP3 Player

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Lost instruction i cant find my box with the instruction telling how to start the opals adding progam. the usb is blugged in but i can't find it in my run browser and is not popping up on its own.

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  • jonesjr114 Oct 28, 2008

    i plug it my lap top and it worked for me when i first got and now iget nothing

  • tina 911 Dec 11, 2008

    i need a program for my rca mp3 player but i dont want to do it cause i dont want to mass up

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    motorola

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    i lost my box with the instructions

  • lilspark84 Jan 06, 2009

    Someone deleted my easyrip and now I dont know how to get easy rip back

  • Aaron Gonzalez Jan 13, 2009

    was working and now wont power on even when plugged in.

  • lamar230990 Jan 25, 2009

    It keep sayin it need to be in msc mode.

    I dont no what that means either, can some body tell me what that mean

  • xriotgirlx Jan 26, 2009

    when i plug in the opel nothing pops up and i cant add music to it

  • jonahpip2003 Jan 29, 2009

    deleted easyrip from pc

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    no puedo meterle videos a mi rca m404 mp3 payer

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Ok lamar230990 to turn your mp3 player to msc mode disconnect it from the computer and turn it on. once it is on go to settings and scroll down to protocol and click on it with the play/pause button. this should turn it to msc mode then connect back in to the computer and go to this site to download the software www.rcaaudiovideo.com

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I have a user manual for the RCA Opal M4204. I will copy it here in 3 parts, then you can copy and paste it for your records.

user manual

M4202
M4204
M4208
MC4202
MC4204
MC4208
It is important to read this instruction book prior to using your new product for the first time.

Contents Contents
Safety information
FCC information ...............................................................................3
Manufacturer/Responsible party ............................................... 3
Product registration ........................................................................3
For your records ...............................................................................3
Important battery information ...................................................4
Electrostatic disturbance ...............................................................4
Headset safety ..................................................................................4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ..........................................5

End user license agreement
End user license agreement .........................................................6

Before you begin
Copyright warning ...........................................................................8
Back up your data ............................................................................ 8
Unpacking your player ...................................................................8
Computer system requirements ................................................. 8
Secure music transfer requirements .........................................8
Getting the latest software, firmware and information .....8
Frequently asked questions ......................................................... 8
Connecting to the computer .......................................................9
Charging the player .........................................................................9

Managing files on your RCA Player
Using RCA EasyRip ...........................................................................10
Using Windows Explorer ................................................................12
Deleting files from the player ......................................................12
Disconnecting the player from the PC .....................................12

General controls
Turning the player on and off ...................................................... 13
Locking the player controls ..........................................................13
Resetting the player ........................................................................ 13

Using the menus
Menu types .........................................................................................14
Menu navigation .............................................................................. 14
The Home menu ...............................................................................15

Music
Playing music files ............................................................................ 16
Music playback .................................................................................. 16
Music playback display ..................................................................16

Pictures
Playing picture files ......................................................................... 17
Picture viewing .................................................................................17

Videos
Playing video files ............................................................................ 18
Video viewing ....................................................................................18

Radio
Playing FM radio ...............................................................................19
Storing and recalling preset stations ........................................19
Recording FM radio ......................................................................... 20
Improving FM radio sound ...........................................................20
Playing back FM radio recordings ..............................................21
Copying recordings to your PC ...................................................21

Audiobooks
Playing audiobooks .........................................................................22
Audiobooks playback controls ....................................................22
Skipping through audiobook sections ....................................22

Favorites
Creating a "Favorites" playlist ...................................................... 23
Removing files from "Favorites" playlist ..................................23

Voice Memo
Recording voice memo ..................................................................24
Playing back voice memo .............................................................24
Copying recordings to your PC ...................................................24

Settings
Changing the player’s settings ....................................................25
Shuffle .................................................................................................25
Equalizer .............................................................................................. 25
Customize menu ..............................................................................25
Slideshow ............................................................................................25
Brightness ..........................................................................................25
Screensaver ........................................................................................25
Power save .........................................................................................25
RecDur (Record duration) .............................................................25
FreqStep (Frequency Step) ...........................................................25
Language ...........................................................................................25
Protocal ................................................................................................25
System info .........................................................................................25
Restore defaults ................................................................................ 25

Additional information
Tips and troubleshooting ..............................................................26
Check for updates ............................................................................ 27
Technical specification ................................................................... 27
Specifications ..................................................................................... 27

Limited warranty
For US ...................................................................................................28
What your warranty covers:.......................................................... 28
For Canada ..........................................................................................29

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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    Safety information Safety information
    FCC information

    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 which
    may cause undesired operation.

    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:


    Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

    Increase the separation between the equipment
    and receiver.

    Connect the equipment into an outlet on
    a circuit different from that to which the
    receiver is connected.

    Consult the dealer or an experienced
    radio / TV technician for help.
    In accordance with FCC requirements, changes or
    modifications not expressly approved by
    manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
    operate this product.

    This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
    ICES-003.
    Cet appareil numérique de la class B est conforme à la
    norme du NMB-003 du Canada.
    Manufacturer/Responsible party

    Audiovox Electronics Corp,
    150 Marcus Blvd, Hauppauge, NY 11788
    1-800-878-5779

    THE LIGHTNING FLASH
    AND ARROWHEAD
    WITHIN THE TRIANGLE
    IS A WARNING SIGN
    ALERTING YOU OF
    "DANGEROUS
    VOLTAGE" INSIDE THE
    PRODUCT.
    CAUTION
    THE EXCLAMATION
    POINT WITHIN THE
    TRIANGLE IS A
    WARNING SIGN
    ALERTING YOU OF
    IMPORTANT
    INSTRUCTIONS
    ACCOMPANYING
    THE PRODUCT.
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN
    CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
    DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
    BACK). NO
    USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
    INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
    QUALIFIED SERVICE
    PERSONNEL.
    SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM / BACK OF PRODUCT

    WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR

    ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
    THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

    Product registration

    Please fill out the product registration card and
    return it immediately. Returning this card allows us
    to contact you if needed. You can go to www.
    rcaaudiovideo.com for online registration as well.

    For your records

    Keep your sales receipt for proof of purchase to
    obtain warranty parts and service.
    In the event that service should be required, you
    may need both the model number and the serial
    number. In the space below, record the date and
    place of purchase, and the serial number:
    Model No.
    Date of Purchase
    Place of Purchase
    Serial No.

    RCA
    M4202
    RCA
    M4204
    RCA
    M4208
    RCA
    MC4202
    RCA
    MC4204
    RCA
    MC4208

    Safety information

    Important battery information

    Warning: Your product contains a battery and
    charging system which is designed to work in
    temperatures that do not exceed 50°C (122°F).
    Leaving this product in a closed automobile or the
    trunk of an automobile where temperatures may
    exceed 50°C may result in permanent battery
    damage, fire, or explosion. Please remove your
    product from the automobile when you exit, do not
    place your product in the trunk of your automobile,
    and do not leave your product in any location where
    temperatures may exceed 50°C.

    Important Battery Precautions


    Any battery may present a risk of fire, explosion,
    or chemical burn if abused. Do not try to charge
    a battery that is not intended to be recharged,
    do not incinerate, and do not puncture.

    Non-rechargeable batteries, such as alkaline
    batteries, may leak if left in your product for a
    long period of time. Remove the batteries from
    the product if you are not going to use it for a
    month or more.

    If your product uses more than one battery, do
    not mix types and make sure they are inserted
    correctly. Mixing types or inserting incorrectly
    may cause them to leak.

    Discard any leaky or deformed battery
    immediately. They may cause skin burns or other
    personal injury.

    Please help to protect the environment by
    recycling or disposing of batteries according to
    federal, state, and local regulations.
    To minimize the risk of fire, explosion, or
    chemical burn, observe the following
    precautions:


    Do not use an unauthorized battery. Use only the
    rechargeable battery that came with your
    product or that is listed in the user’s guide.

    Do not use unauthorized chargers or power
    adapters. Use only chargers that came with your
    product or that is listed in the user’s guide.

    Do not attempt to open the rechargeable
    battery or battery pack. There are no user
    serviceable parts inside.

    Do not leave in a hot automobile or in
    temperatures exceeding 50°C (122°F).
    Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
    replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent
    type.

    Electrostatic disturbance

    This unit may temporarily cease to function if
    subjected to electrostatic disturbance. To resume
    normal operation, you may reset the player by
    pressing and holding


    /MENU for more than 10
    seconds.
    Precautions for the player


    Do not use the unit immediately after
    transportation from a cold place to a warm place;
    condensation problems may result.

    Avoid shock to the unit.

    Do not store the unit near fire, places with high
    temperature or in direct sunlight. Exposure to
    direct sunlight or extreme heat (such as inside a
    parked car) may cause damage or malfunction.

    Do not expose to rain or moisture.

    Do not operate or store unit in places with
    frequent static electricity or electrical noise (e.g.
    speaker, TV set).

    Clean the unit with a soft cloth or a damp
    chamois leather. Never use solvents.

    The unit must only be opened by qualified
    personnel.
    Headset safety

    To use a headset safely, please keep the following in
    mind:


    Do not play your headset at a high volume.
    Hearing experts advise against continuous
    extended play.

    If you experience ringing in your ears, turn down
    the volume or stop using the headset.

    Do not use a headset while driving a motorized
    vehicle or riding a bike. It may cause a traffic
    hazard and is illegal in many areas.

    Even if your headset is an open-air type designed
    to let you hear outside sounds, don’t turn up the
    volume so high that can’t hear sounds around
    you.

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    Safety information


    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

    PLEASE READ AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

    Some of the following information may not apply to
    your particular product; however, as with any
    electronic product, precautions should be observed
    during handling and use.


    Read these instructions.

    Keep these instructions.

    Heed all warnings.

    Follow all instructions.

    Do not use this apparatus near water.

    Clean only with dry cloth.

    Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
    accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

    Do not install near any heat sources such as
    radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
    apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
    heat.

    Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
    polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
    plug has two blades with one wider than the
    other. A grounding type plug has two blades
    and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
    the third prong is provided for your safety. If the
    provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
    consult an electrician for replacement of the
    obsolete outlet.

    Protect the power cord from being walked on or
    pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
    receptacles, and the point where they exit from
    the apparatus.

    Only use attachments/accessories specified by
    the manufacturer.

    Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
    table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
    the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
    when moving the cart/apparatus combination
    to avoid injury from tip-over.
    ]
    Portable Cart Warning


    Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
    or when unused for long periods of time.

    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
    Servicing is required when the apparatus has
    been damaged in any way, such as power-
    supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
    spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
    the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
    moisture, does not operate normally, or has
    been dropped.

    ADDITIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION

    Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
    splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such
    as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

    Always leave sufficient space around the
    product for ventilation. Do not place product in
    or on a bed, rug, in a bookcase or cabinet that
    may prevent air flow through vent openings.

    Do not place lighted candles, cigarettes, cigars,
    etc. on the product.

    Connect power cord only to AC power source as
    marked on the product.

    Care should be taken so that objects do not fall
    into the product.

    Do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. This
    product does not contain customer serviceable
    components.

    IF YOUR PRODUCT OPERATES ON BATTERIES,
    adhere to the following precautions:
    A.
    Any battery may leak electrolyte if mixed with a
    different battery type, if inserted incorrectly, or if
    all batteries are not replaced at the same time.
    B.
    Any battery may leak electrolyte or explode if
    disposed of in fire or an attempt is made to
    charge a battery not intended to be recharged.
    C.
    Discard leaky batteries immediately. Leaking
    batteries can cause skin burns or other personal
    injury. When discarding batteries, be sure to
    dispose of them in the proper manner,
    according to your state/provincial and local
    regulations.

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    End user license agreement End user license agreement
    End user license agreement

    IMPORTANT: READ CAREFULLY BEFORE DOWNLOADING OR
    INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE!

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    AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND AUDIOVOX CORPORATION
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    BELOW (COLLECTIVELY “AUDIOVOX”), FOR THE RCA BRANDED
    PORTABLE DIGITAL AUDIO/VIDEO DEVICE APPLICATION/DRIVER
    SOFTWARE PROGRAM WHICH MAY INCLUDE ASSOCIATED
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    the Program in a manner that complies with all applicable
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    concerning copyright and other intellectual property rights.

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    (c)
    The Program may contain pre-release code that does not
    perform at the level of a final code release. In such case, the
    Program may not operate properly. Updated versions of the
    Program may be downloaded from www.rcaaudiovideo.
    com/downloads
    (d)
    AUDIOVOX is not obligated to provide support services for
    the Program.
    (e)
    The Program is provided with “RESTRICTED RIGHTS”. Use,
    duplication, or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject
    to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of DFARS
    252.227-7013, or FAR 52.227-19, or in FAR 52.227-14 Alt. III,
    as applicable.
    3. TERM AND TERMINATION
    (a)
    Your license is effective on the date you accept this EULA
    and remains in effect until this EULA is terminated by either
    party.
    (b)
    You may terminate this EULA and the associated license,
    without any notice or delay, by destroying or permanently
    erasing the Program and all copies thereof.
    (c)
    If you fail to comply with any of the terms of this EULA, in
    whole or part, your license will automatically terminate
    without notice from AUDIOVOX.
    (d)
    Upon termination of this EULA and your associated license,
    you shall cease all use of the Program and destroy or
    permanently erase the Program and all full or partial copies
    thereof.
    4. WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
    THE PROGRAM IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF
    ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
    LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
    FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE OR NONINFRINGEMENT.
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    SUPPLIERS, OR ITS DEALERS) ASSUME THE ENTIRE COST FOR ALL
    NECESSARY REPAIR OR CORRECTION.
    This exclusion of warranty may not be allowed under some
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    to you, and you may have other rights depending on the law
    that applies to you.
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    limited to copyrights, in and to the Program and any copies
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    by applicable copyright or other intellectual property laws and
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    Licensors.

    End user license agreement


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    APPROPRIATE PROGRAM TO ACHIEVE YOUR INTENDED
    RESULTS, AND FOR THE INSTALLATION, USE, AND RESULTS
    OBTAINED.
    7. WINDOWS MEDIA
    The software embedded within your A/V Device (the “Device
    Firmware”) contains software licensed from Microsoft that
    enables you to play Windows Media Audio (WMA) files (“WMA
    Software”). The WMA Software is licensed to you for use with
    your A/V Device under the following conditions. By installing
    and using this version of the Device Firmware, you are agreeing
    to these conditions. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE END USER
    CONDITIONS OF THIS SECTION 7, DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS
    VERSION OF THE DEVICE FIRMWARE.
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    intellectual property laws. This protection also extends to
    documentation for the WMA Software, whether in written or
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    You may use this version of the Device Firmware containing the
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    You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the
    WMA Software, except and only to the extent that such activity
    is expressly permitted by applicable law.
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    part of a sale or transfer of your A/V Device, on the condition
    that the recipient agrees to the conditions set forth herein. If
    the version of the Device Firmware that you are transferring is an
    upgrade, you must also transfer all prior versions of the Device
    Firmware that you have which include the WMA Software.
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    TO YOU FOR THE WMA SOFTWARE, AND MICROSOFT MAKES NO
    REPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE OPERABILITY OF THE WMA
    SOFTWARE.


    The WMA Software is of U.S. origin. Any export of this version of
    the Device Firmware must comply with all applicable
    international and national laws, including the U.S. Export
    Administration Regulations, that apply to the WMA Software
    incorporated in the Device Firmware.
    Content owners use Windows Media digital rights management
    technology (“WMDRM”) to protect their intellectual property,
    including copyrights. This device uses WMDRM software to
    access WMDRM-protected content. If the WMDRM software fails


    to protect the content, content owners may ask Microsoft to
    revoke the software’s ability to use WMDRM to play or copy
    protected content. Revocation does not affect unprotected
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    HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR YOUR USE OF THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE.
    9. GOVERNING LAW
    If you acquired this A/V Device in the United States, this EULA
    shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of
    the State of Indiana, U.S.A. without regard to its conflict of laws
    principles. If you acquired this A/V Device outside the United
    States or the European Union, then local law may apply.
    10. GENERAL TERMS
    This EULA can only be modified by a written agreement signed
    by you and AUDIOVOX, and changes from the terms and
    conditions of this EULA made in any other manner will be of no
    effect. If any portion of this EULA shall be held invalid, illegal, or
    unenforceable, the validity, legality, and enforceability of the
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    impaired thereby. This EULA is the complete and exclusive
    statement of the agreement between you and AUDIOVOX,
    which supersedes all proposals or prior agreements, oral or
    written, and all other communications between you and
    AUDIOVOX, relating to the subject matter of this hereof.
    AUDIOVOX’S Licensors shall be considered third party
    beneficiaries of this Agreement and shall have the right to
    enforce the terms herein.
    “AUDIOVOX SUBSIDIARY” shall mean any person, corporation, or
    other organization, domestic or foreign, including but not
    limited to subsidiaries, that is directly or indirectly controlled by
    Audiovox Corporation including, but not limited to, Audiovox
    Consumer Electronics, Inc. and Audiovox Electronics
    Corporation. For purposes of this definition only, the term
    “control” means the possession of the power to direct or cause
    the direction of the management and policies of an entity,
    whether by ownership of voting stock or partnership interest, by
    contract, or otherwise, including direct or indirect ownership of
    at least fifty percent (50%) of the voting interest in the entity in

    question.


    Before you begin Before you begin
    Dear RCA Customer,

    Thank you for purchasing the Player. This product
    will play mp3 and Windows Media™ audio (WMA)
    content as well as content purchased from most
    online music download services.

    RCA EasyRip™ Media Software, installed
    automatically when you connected this player to
    your PC, lets you import music files from CDs and
    other sources, organize your music library, and
    transfer unprotected MP3 and WMA files to and
    from this player.

    To transfer DRM-protected files to this player, you
    must use the application provided by the online
    music store.

    Copyright warning

    This player is for your personal use only.
    Unauthorized recording or duplication of
    copyrighted material may infringe upon the rights
    of third parties and may be contrary to copyright
    laws.

    Back up your data

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    As with any portable player, you must back up the
    drive regularly. The manufacturer is not responsible
    for lost data.

    Unpacking your player

    All of the items listed below should have been
    packed in the box with your player.


    RCA player (contains music management
    software installer and user manual)

    Quick Start Guide

    USB cable

    Earphones

    Carrying case
    Computer system requirements


    Pentium III 500MHz or higher recommended

    Windows® XP (service pack 1 or higher) or
    Windows Vista™

    Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher with Internet
    access

    Windows Media Player 10 or higher

    250MB or more free hard disk space for the
    software

    128MB RAM (256MB recommended)

    CD-ROM drive capable of digital audio
    extraction

    USB port (2.0 recommended)

    Sound card
    Secure music transfer requirements

    The default setting of this player is in MSC (Mass
    Storage Class) mode when connected to your PC.
    To enable function of transferring subscription
    music content to the player, select MTP (Media
    Transfer Protocol) mode under Protocol in the
    player's Settings menu (refer to page 25).

    Getting the latest software, firmware
    and information

    Go to www.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads for the
    latest firmware, RCA EasyRip Media Software and
    user manual for your player. Follow the instructions
    there to download and install files.

    Frequently asked questions

    For answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ), go
    to www.rcaaudiovideo.com/faq.

    Windows, Windows Media, and Windows Vista are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other
    countries.


    Before you begin


    Connecting to the computer


    Connect the player to your computer with the
    USB cable provided. The player will turn on
    automatically.

    The player will be connected in MSC (Mass
    Storage Class) mode. It will appear as a drive
    letter on your computer and behave as a
    detachable drive for file transfer in one or both
    directions.

    The RCA EasyRip™ Media Software installer
    (stored in the player*) will launch automatically.
    Click NEXT to begin the installation and follow
    the instructions to install the software on your
    PC.

    The software installer can be deleted from the
    player after installation to free up more storage
    spaces.
    USB port of your
    Player computer


    USB cable

    To enable function of launching RCA
    EasyRip installer stored in the player, the
    player must be in MSC mode which can
    be selected under Protocol in the
    Settings menu. The default setting of this player
    is already in MSC mode. Refer to page 25 for
    more information.
    • It might take several seconds for the
    player to be detected. Click Refresh
    in My Computer or Windows Explorer
    to make sure the player has been
    detected.
    • The player is capable of transferring files at
    USB 2.0. If USB 2.0 port is available on your
    computer, use it to connect to your player.
    The player is still backward compatible with
    the older USB 1.1 ports. However, you will
    not be able to take full advantage of the
    potential speed increase.
    • IMPORTANT: Don’t disconnect the USB cable
    to the PC or the player during the software
    installation.
    • If the installer does not auto-launch, locate
    and right-click the associated drive letter (i.e.
    OPAL) to show the option menu and select
    the “Install RCA EasyRip™” option.
    Charging the player

    The player charges automatically every time you
    connect it to your computer. To fully charge the
    player, make sure your computer is on and the
    device is connected for at least 3 hours. Refer to the

    battery level icon


    on the display to check the
    battery level. Recharge the player when the icon is
    empty.
    * The latest software can be downloaded from www.rcaaudiovideo.com.

    Managing files on your RCA Player Managing files on your RCA Player
    Before you begin using your RCA player, you’ll want
    to copy your media files to the player. You can use
    any of the following methods to transfer content:


    RCA EasyRip

    Drag and drop files in Windows Explorer

    Software provided by online music stores
    To transfer DRM-protected content, use the software
    provided by the online music store.

    The following sections explain how to copy
    unprotected files to the player. For instructions on
    transferring protected files, please refer to the
    documentation for the software you use to transfer
    the files.

    Using RCA EasyRip

    The RCA EasyRip software was installed
    automatically the first time you connected this
    player to your PC.

    EasyRip lets you:


    Import music from CDs

    Organize your music library on your PC

    Create playlists

    Copy files from your library to the player

    Copy files from the player to your library

    Delete files from the player
    For instructions on organizing your library and
    creating playlists, please refer to the EasyRip help.

    To start EasyRip (using either method below):


    Click on the RCA system tray icon and select RCA
    EasyRip from the menu.

    Double-click the EasyRip icon on your PC’s
    desktop. The EasyRip dock appears at the side of
    your screen.
    Minimize the dock
    Select preferences
    Close the dock

    Scroll up or down to
    show more widgets if
    available Software widgets

    Check for update (internet
    access required)


    To import music from a CD to the player:

    1. Click CD Ripper on the EasyRip dock. The CD
    Ripper window appears.
    2.
    Load the CD into your PC.

    CD Ripper then gets the track names from the
    Internet. (If it cannot get the names, you can
    name the tracks yourself; see the EasyRip help
    for instructions.)

    To import only selected tracks, click the
    checkbox next to the desired track.
    3. Click Add Selected to Device to start importing
    music.
    To load your media content into the EasyRip
    library:

    1. Click PC Library on the EasyRip dock.
    2. Click Import Media.
    3.
    Select the folder (with media files) you wish to
    load and click OK.

    Managing files on your RCA Player


    To copy your music/video/picture library to the
    player:

    1. Click Player Loader on the EasyRip dock. The
    Player Loader window appears.
    2.
    Select the file type from the drop-down menu
    next to Load with: and then click Load Player.
    EasyRip then copies as many files as can fit onto
    the player.
    To copy selected files or playlists to the player:


    In the Player Laoder window, click Select
    Individual Files. The window expands to list the
    music on your PC.

    To copy selected files, choose Music/Video/
    Photo from the Your PC Library list, then check
    the files you wish to load and click Load Player
    with Selected Files.

    To copy selected playlists, open the Load with
    drop-down menu and then choose the desired
    playlist and click Load Player.
    To copy files from the player to your music
    library:

    1. Open Player Library.
    2.
    Select desired files.
    3. Click Add Selected to Library.
    To delete selected files from the player:
    1. Open Player Library.
    2.
    Select unwanted files.
    3. Click Remove Selected from Player.
    To delete all files in the player:
    1. Open Player Loader.
    2. click Delete All Media Files.
    • Video files must be transferred via
    RCA EasyRip which converts fi les
    automatically to optimal format for
    playback on this player.
    • Help – For detailed explanation on the
    above or other software widgets on the
    RCA EasyRip, click the Help widget.

    Managing files on your RCA Player


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    Using Windows Explorer

    To copy files in Windows XP with Windows Media
    Player 10 installed:

    1.
    Open the player in Windows Explorer.
    2.
    Drag and drop music files onto the Media folder.
    OPAL
    OPAL
    To copy files in Windows Vista or Window XP with
    Windows Media Player 11 installed:

    1. Open the player in Windows Explorer
    2. Open Internal Storage.
    3. Drag and drop music files.
    • Drag-and-drop picture files onto the
    root level or a specific folder of the
    player for viewing.
    • Video files must be converted and transferred
    via RCA EasyRip for playback. (Refer to Using
    RCA EasyRIp)
    Do not disconnect the USB
    connection during file download.
    Doing so may corrupt system files or
    the files being downloaded.
    Deleting files from the player

    For any files you have transferred to the player, you
    may delete them while you have connected the
    player with your computer.

    1.
    Open the player in Windows Explorer and then
    navigate to the folder containing the files.
    2.
    Select the files you want to remove and then
    press the Delete key on the keyboard of your PC.

    It is best to remove subscription files from the
    player by using Windows Media Player.
    Disconnecting the player from the PC

    If Windows sees the player as an MTP device:


    Unplug the player from the PC when no file
    transfer is in progress.
    If Windows sees the player as a removable disk:

    1.
    In the Windows system tray, click the Safely
    Remove Hardware icon
    and then select the
    player from the list of devices.
    2. When the Safe to remove hardware message
    appears, unplug the player from the PC.

    General controls General controls
    Display

    Scroll up/increase
    volume

    Play/pause

    Skip back/reverse/
    menu back


    Power on/off, Menu

    Skip forward/fast
    forward/menu advance

    Scroll down/decrease
    volume

    MIC
    Microphone
    Lock/unlock


    Earphones JackUSB jack
    Turning the player on and off

    To turn the player on, press and hold


    /MENU. Press
    and hold


    /MENU again to turn the player off.
    Locking the player controls

    To lock the player controls to prevent them from
    being activated accidentally, slide LOCK


    to the
    right. To unlock, slide LOCK
    to the left. When the
    controls are locked, the lock icon
    appears on the
    display.
    Resetting the player

    If the player stops operating properly, you can reset
    it by pressing and holding


    /MENU for more than
    10 seconds.

    Using the menus Using the menus
    Menu types

    The player has two types of menu:

    Player menu

    The player menu appears when you turn on the
    player or if you press


    /MENU while listening to the
    player. It lets you:

    Browse for and play music, audiobook, video and
    picture files

    Listen to the radio

    Record and play back voice memos

    Change the player’s settings – language, display
    brightness, etc.

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    Menu titles

    Music
    Pictures
    Videos
    Settings
    Now Playing
    Titles
    Albums
    Genres
    Years
    Artists
    Menu items

    Option menu

    The option menu appears if you press


    while
    listening to the player. It provides different options
    depending on what you are listening to when you
    press
    .

    Now Playing
    001/090 mp3 320k
    All My Friends
    Counting Crows
    ThisDesertLife
    00:05:30 00:06:15
    "Now playing"
    screen
    Press


    Option menu
    Pause
    001/090 mp3 320k
    00:05:30 00:06:15
    Repeat Off
    Delete
    Add to Favorites
    Resume
    Menu navigation

    When a menu is displayed:


    Press + and – to scroll up and down the list of
    menu items. (The Home menu shows one item
    at a time; other menus show five at a time.)

    Press
    to go to the next menu level. Press
    to
    return to the previous menu level.
    Press +

    Titles
    Albums
    Genres
    Years
    Artists
    Press


    Press


    Artist3
    Artist2
    Artist4
    Artist5
    Artist1
    Press –

    If the highlighted item is playable (for example,
    an audio file), press
    to start playback.
    Song5
    Song3
    Song4
    Song 1
    Song2
    Press


    001/090 mp3 320k
    All My Friends
    Counting Crows
    ThisDesertLife
    00:05:30 00:06:15

    If the highlighted item indicates the current
    setting (for example, the repeat mode setting),
    press
    to change the setting.
    001/090 mp3 320k
    00:05:30 00:06:15
    Resume
    Delete
    Repeat Off
    Add to Favor tes
    Press


    001/090 mp3 320k
    00:05:30 00:06:15
    Resume
    Delete
    Repeat All
    Add to Favor tes

    Using the menus

    The Home menu

    The top-level or “Home” menu is always displayed when you press


    Now Playing

    Available only during playback.
    Press


    to return to the currently
    playing file.
    Music

    Press


    to play all the music files on
    the player. Press
    to enter the Music
    menu and choose an artist, album,
    genre, year, or individual title.
    Pictures

    Press


    to play a slideshow of all the
    image files on the player.
    Videos

    Press


    to play all the videos on the
    player.
    Radio

    Press


    to listen to the radio. Press
    to enter the Radio menu and choose
    to either listen to the radio or play
    recordings of previous radio shows.
    Audiobooks

    Press


    to play all the audiobooks on
    the player. Press
    to enter the
    Audiobook menu and choose a
    particular audiobook.
    /MENU. The menu options are:

    Favorites

    As you listen to music, you can add
    individual titles to a “favorites” playlist.
    Press


    to play the entire playlist. Press
    to enter the Favorites menu and
    choose a particular title or edit the
    playlist.
    Voice memo

    Press


    to enter the Voice memo
    menu and choose to either start
    recording or play recordings of
    previous voice memo.
    Settings

    Press


    to enter the Settings menu,
    which lets you:

    Choose the shuffle playback mode

    Choose an equalizer setting

    Customize the music menu

    Set the slideshow image duration

    Change the screen brightness

    Change the screensaver setting

    Turn on/off the automatic
    shutdown feature

    Choose a record duration setting

    Switch between US and European
    radio frequency steps

    Change the language of the
    player’s menus

    Switch between MTP and MSC
    modes

    Display the firmware version, space
    used, and space available

    Reset the player’s settings to the
    factory defaults

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    Music Music
    Playing music files

    The player sorts your music files by artist, album,
    track name (title), genre and year.

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu, then
    press + or – to select Music.
    Music
    Pictures
    Videos
    Settings
    Now Playing

    To play all the files on the player, press
    .


    To start playback at a particular artist, album,
    title, genre or year, press
    to enter the Music
    menu. Use + or – and
    or
    to navigate
    through the menus and select the desired item,
    then press
    .

    The item that you can select for
    playback is not limited to a single file,
    you may select an artist, an album and
    then press to start playback of all files within
    your selected item.
    Music playback



    Skips to the previous file*, press and
    hold to scan backwards within a file


    Skips to the next file, press and hold to
    scan forward within a file


    Starts/ pauses playback and shows/
    hides the Option menu

    + or – Increases or decreases the volume
    during playback

    * Press
    within the beginning 4 seconds of the
    current music file to skip to previous file. Otherwise,
    you will return to the beginning of the current file.
    Option menu (music playback)

    Press


    to show or hide the Option menu during
    playback. Press + or – to highlight an option and
    then press
    to confirm the selection or change the
    setting.
    The following options are available:


    Resume – to resume playback

    Repeat – press
    repeatedly to select repeat
    current
    1
    or all files
    (corresponding icon
    shows on the display)

    Add to Favorites – to add the current file in the
    Favorites playlist (read page 23). If the file is
    already in the playlist, this option changes to
    Clear from Favorites to remove the current file
    from the playlist

    Delete File – to remove current file from the
    player
    Music playback display


    8


    Now Playing
    001/090 mp3 320k
    All My Friends
    Counting Crows
    ThisDesertLife
    00:05:30 00:06:15
    9


    1


    2


    3


    4


    7


    5


    6


    1.
    Current file number/total number of files
    2. Song name
    3. Artist name
    4. Album name
    5.
    Elapsed playback time
    6.
    File total time
    7.
    Playback progress bar
    8. File bitrate
    9.
    File type
    The information provided in the playback screen
    depends upon the ID3 tags that have been set up
    for the music file.


    Pictures Pictures
    Playing picture files

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu, then
    press + or – to select Pictures.
    Pictures
    Videos
    Radio
    Music
    Now Playing
    Home

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    2.
    To view all the pictures in file name order, press
    .
    Picture viewing


    Refer to page 10-12 for transferring
    picture files to the player.
    Option menu (picture viewing)
    Press to show or hide the Option menu during
    playback. Press + or – to highlight an option and
    then press to confirm the selection or change the
    setting.
    The following options are available:
    • Resume – to resume playback
    • Slideshow – to select the viewing time for each
    picture during a slideshow. Press repeatedly
    to select among off, 3, 5, 10 and 15 seconds
    • Delete File – to remove current file from the
    player
    Goes back, skips backward


    Advances, skips forward


    Starts/pauses slideshow if it is
    activated, also shows/hides the Option
    menu


    Videos Videos
    Playing video files

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu, then
    press + or – to select Videos.
    VideosRadioAudiobooksPicturesMusic
    2. To view all the videos in file name order, press
    .

    Video viewing


    Goes back, skips backward*. Press and
    hold to scan backwards within a file

    Option menu (video playback)

    Press


    to show or hide the Option menu during
    playback. Press + or – to highlight an option and
    then press
    to confirm the selection or change the
    setting.
    The following options are available:


    Resume – to resume playback

    Repeat – press
    repeatedly to select repeat
    current
    1
    or all files
    (corresponding icon
    shows on the display)

    Delete File – to remove current file from the
    player
    Video files must be converted to optimal
    format for playback on this player. The
    RCA EasyRip Media Software can
    convert the video files automatically while
    transferring to the player. Refer to page 10-11 for
    details.
    Advances, skips forward. Press and hold
    to scan forward within a file


    Starts/pauses playback and shows/
    hides the option menu

    + or – Increases or decreases the volume
    during playback

    * Press
    within the beginning 4 seconds of the
    current file to skip to previous file. Otherwise, you
    will return to the beginning of the current file.

    Radio Radio
    The radio uses the earphones as an
    antenna. For better reception, extend
    the earphone cable as far as possible.
    Playing FM radio

    To turn the radio on:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the player menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Radio and press
    to enter
    the radio menu.
    Radio
    Audiobooks
    Favor tes
    Videos
    Pictures
    3. While Listen is highlighted, press
    to start
    listening. The frequency screen appears.
    PlayPlayPlayPlayybackbackbackback
    Listen
    To tune the radio:


    Press and hold
    or
    to start scanning through
    the frequency range. The player stops scanning
    when it detects the next station.

    Press
    or
    to step through the frequency
    range.
    To turn the radio off:


    Either turn the player off or press
    /MENU and
    choose a different option.
    Storing and recalling preset stations

    You can store up to 20 preset stations in the player.

    To store the currently playing station as a preset:

    1. Press
    to display the Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to highlight Save to Preset and then
    press
    .


    If all 20 preset station numbers are occupied, the
    option changes to Replace Preset.
    Back
    Mode Stereo
    Start Recording
    Save to Preset
    3.
    The first available preset number is displayed.
    Press + or – to select a different preset number if
    desired.

    If you choose a preset number that already
    contains an FM station, you will replace the
    existing station with the new station.
    4. Press
    to highlight Yes and then press
    .

    Yes No
    Save to Preset01?
    To listen to a preset station:

    1. When the radio is playing, press
    to display the
    Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to highlight Tuning and press
    to
    switch from Manual to Preset.
    Save to Preset
    Start Recording
    Tuning Manual
    Mode Stereo
    3. Press + or – to highlight Back and press
    to
    return to the frequency screen.


    Radio

    4. Press
    or
    to choose the desired station
    preset number. The preset number shows at the
    top left of the screen.
    Listen
    Stereo P01
    FM103.00 MHz
    88 10896 10393
    Preset number

    Improving FM radio sound

    If stereo reception is noisy, you can often reduce the
    noise by switching to mono.

    To switch between stereo and mono:

    1. While the radio is playing, press
    to display the
    Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to highlight Mode and then press
    to switch between Stereo and Mono.
    Back
    Mode Stereo
    Start Recording
    Save to Preset
    3. Press + or – to highlight Back and press
    to
    return to the frequency screen.

    Recording FM radio

    You can record the radio and play back recordings
    as well as copy the recordings (WAV files) to your
    PC.

    To record the currently playing radio station:

    1. Press
    to display the Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to highlight Start Recording and
    then press
    to start recording.
    Back
    Mode Stereo
    Start Recording
    Save to Preset

    Press
    to pause or resume recording.
    3. Press
    /MENU to stop recording.

    The player names each recording FMRecXXX.wav
    where XXX is a unique number.
    To record for a specific duration:

    Refer to RecDur on page 25.

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    Radio
    Playing back FM radio recordings

    To play back a recording:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the player menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Radio and press
    to enter
    the radio menu.
    3. Press + or – to highlight Playback and press
    to see the list of recordings.
    Li tListListListListenenenen
    Playback
    4. Press + or – to select a recording and press
    to
    start playback.
    Option menu (recording playback)

    Press


    to show or hide the Option menu during
    playback. Press + or – to highlight an option and
    then press
    to confirm the selection or change the
    setting.
    The following options are available:


    Resume – to resume playback

    Repeat – press
    repeatedly to select repeat
    current
    1
    or all files
    (corresponding icon
    shows on the display)

    Delete File – to remove current file from the
    player
    Copying recordings to your PC

    Recordings are stored as WAV files in the “FMRecord”
    folder on the player.

    To copy recordings to the PC:

    1.
    Plug the player into the PC.
    2.
    Open the player’s Record folder.
    3.
    Select the files you want to copy and drag and
    drop them onto a folder on the PC.

    Almost all audio applications can play WAV files.

    Audiobooks Audiobooks
    Playing audiobooks

    Audiobook playback is similar to music playback.

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu, then
    press + or – to select Audiobooks.
    Audiobooks
    Favor tes
    Voice Memo
    Radio
    Videos
    Home

    To play all the audiobooks in file name order,
    press
    .


    To play back a particular audiobook, press
    to
    enter the Audiobooks menu. Use + or – to select
    the desired item, then press
    .

    Audiobooks playback controls


    Skips to previous file/section, press and
    hold to scan backward within a file


    Skips to the next file or section, press
    and hold to scan forward within a file


    Starts/pauses playback and shows/
    hides the option menu

    + or – Increases or decreases the volume
    during playback

    Option menu (Audiobook playback)

    Press


    to show or hide the Option menu during
    playback. Press + or – to highlight an option and
    then press
    to confirm the selection or change
    the setting.
    The following options are available:


    Resume – to resume playback

    Skip – to select section-by-section or file-by-file
    skipping (read below section for details)

    Delete File – to remove current file from the
    player
    Skipping through audiobook sections

    If the currently playing audiobook contains sections,
    you can choose to skip forward and back between
    sections when you press


    or
    , instead of
    skipping between files.
    To choose section-by-section skipping:

    1. Press
    to pause playback and display the
    Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Skip, then press
    to
    switch to Section.
    Resume
    Delete File
    Skip Section
    3. Press + to select Resume and press
    to resume
    playback.

    Section-by-section skipping is indicated by Sect
    on the display.
    Now Playing
    Sect 2/5 aa 8k
    Title

    The player returns to file-by-file skipping
    automatically when you play another file or turn
    the player off.

    Favorites Favorites
    Creating a "Favorites" playlist

    You can create a playlist of your favorite music by
    adding new files to the playlist as you listen to them.
    This function is not available for other media
    formats such as videos, pictures, audiobooks and
    recordings.

    To add the currently playing music file in the
    playlist:

    1. Press
    to pause playback and display the
    Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to highlight Add to Favorites and
    then press
    .

    Repeat Off
    Resume
    Delete File
    Add to Favorites

    Added Successfully shows on the display.

    Repeat the above steps for adding more music
    files.

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    To listen to the Favorites playlist:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Favorites.
    Favorites
    Voice Memo
    Settings
    Audiobooks
    Radio
    Home

    To play the entire playlist, press
    .


    To play back a particular file, press
    to enter the
    Favorites menu and then press
    to list the files.
    Press + or – to select the desired file and press
    .

    Removing files from "Favorites"
    playlist

    To remove a music file from the playlist:

    1. While the music file is playing, press
    to pause
    playback and display the Option menu.
    2. Press + or – to highlight Clear from Favorites
    and press
    .

    Repeat Off
    Resume
    Delete File
    Clear from Favorites
    3. Press
    to highlight Yes and then press
    to
    remove the file from the playlist.
    To remove all music files from the playlist:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Favorites and press
    to
    enter the Favorites menu.
    3. Press + or – to highlight Clear Favorites and
    press
    .

    Favorites
    Play Music
    Clear Favorites
    4. Press
    to highlight Yes and then press
    to
    remove all files from the playlist.

    No
    Clear Favorites?
    Yes

    Voice Memo Voice Memo
    Recording voice memo

    You can record voice and play back recordings as
    well as copy the recordings (WAV files) to your PC.

    To record voice:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Voice Memo.
    Voice Memo
    Settings
    Now Playing
    Home
    Audiobooks
    Favorites
    3. Press
    to highlight Start Recording and press
    to start recording.
    Start Recording
    Playback

    Press
    to pause or resume recording.

    The microphone is located at the back of the
    player.
    4. Press
    /MENU to stop recording.

    The player names each recording VRecXXX.wav
    where XXX is a unique number.
    To record for a specific duration:

    Refer to RecDur on page 25.

    Playing back voice memo

    To play back a recording:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the player menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Voice Memo and press
    to enter the voice memo menu.
    3. Press + or – to highlight Playback and press
    to see the list of recordings.
    ding
    Start Recording
    Playback
    4. Press + or – to select a recording and press
    to
    start playback.
    Option menu (recording playback)

    Press


    to show or hide the Option menu during
    playback. Press + or – to highlight an option and
    then press
    to confirm the selection or change the
    setting.
    The following options are available:


    Resume – to resume playback

    Repeat – press
    repeatedly to select repeat
    current
    1
    or all files
    (corresponding icon
    shows on the display)

    Delete File – to remove current file from the
    player
    Copying recordings to your PC

    Recordings are stored as WAV files in the “VRecord”
    folder on the player.

    To copy recordings to the PC:

    1. Plug the player into the PC.
    2. Open the player’s Record folder.
    3.
    Select the files you want to copy and drag and
    drop them onto a folder on the PC.

    Almost all audio applications can play WAV files.

    Settings Settings
    Changing the player’s settings

    To change the player settings:

    1. Press
    /MENU to display the Home menu.
    2. Press + or – to select Settings and press
    to
    enter the settings menu.
    Settings
    Now Playing
    Music
    Voice Memo
    Home
    Favor tes
    3. Press + or – to select a setting and then press
    to change it.
    Shuffle Off
    Settings
    Equalizer Jazz
    Customize Menu
    Slideshow 3s
    Brightness 1
    Shuffle

    • Press
    repeatedly to select shuffle on or off.
    Music files (mp3/wma/wav) will be played
    randomly when shuffle is activated.
    • The shuffle icon (
    ) shows on display when
    shuffle is on.
    Equalizer

    • Press
    repeatedly to choose an equalizer setting
    (Flat, Bass, Graphic, Pop, Rock and Jazz).
    Setting Graphic mode:

    • Press
    repeatedly until Graphic appears and
    then press
    . In graphic mode, you can
    customize the five band equalizer. Press
    or
    to select a band and then press + or – to adjust
    the band level. When finished, press
    /MENU to
    exit Graphic mode.
    Customize menu

    To select what you wish to display in the submenu
    of the Music menu: Artists, Album, Titles, Genres,
    and Years.

    Slideshow

    To select the slideshow image duration. Press
    repeatedly to select among: off, 3, 5, 10 and 15
    seconds.


    Brightness

    To adjust the display light brightness.

    Screensaver

    To set the duration (10s, 20s, 30s and 1m) before
    the screensaver activates.

    Power save

    To set the time interval (Off, 1m, 2m, 5m and 10m)
    before the player turns off if no key is pressed.

    RecDur (Record duration)

    To change the duration (Max, 5 minutes, 30
    minutes, 1 hour) for radio and voice memo
    recording.

    FreqStep (Frequency Step)

    To changes the way that the player scans through
    the radio frequencies. Switch to EU if you bring the
    player to Europe; switch back to US when you
    return to North America.

    Language

    To change the language of the player menus.

    Protocol

    To switch between MSC (Mass Storage Class) and
    MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) modes when
    connected to your PC. To enable function of
    transferring subscription music content, select MTP
    mode.

    System info

    To show the amount of free space available and the
    firmware version.

    Restore defaults

    To reset all menus to factory defaults.


    Additional information Additional information
    Tips and troubleshooting

    Cannot delete files on the player.

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    For any files you have transferred to the player,
    you may delete them while you have connected
    the player with your computer. Highlight the
    unwanted file in the player’s file directory on
    your computer and press the delete key on your
    computer to delete the file. Subscribed files are
    best to be removed through Windows Media®
    Player.

    For deleting files from the player, refer to Option
    menu from page 16-24 for details.
    Player repeats same tracks or all tracks.


    Repeat play is turned on. Press the PLAY button
    to show the option menu and change the play
    mode.
    Audio distorted at high volume.


    Change the Equalizer mode to Flat.

    Turn down the volume.
    The audio tracks on my player keep skipping or
    popping.


    You’ll need to re-record the audio track – make
    sure you close all other applications on your PC
    when you record.

    Try recording with Error Correction setting
    turned on.
    Player turns itself off.


    Your player turns itself off if you leave it in pause
    mode or navigation mode for the duration
    specified in PowerSave setting.
    The player cannot be turned on.


    Battery is empty.

    Ensure the keys lock is not activated.

    Reset the player by pressing and holding
    /
    MENU for more than 10 seconds.

    If the player still cannot be turned on after
    resetting, perform a firmware upgrade to restore
    it.

    Please go to www.rcaaudiovideo.com for more
    details.
    Player does not respond to key presses.


    If your player stops responding to key presses,
    you can reset it by pressing and holding
    /
    MENU for more than 10 seconds. Most of your
    settings will be preserved; only the settings that
    you have changed after your last power off will
    be lost.

    This player may temporarily cease to function if
    subjected to electrostatic disturbance.
    To resume normal operation, it may be
    necessary to cycle the power off and back on or
    you can reset it by pressing and holding
    /
    MENU for more than 10 seconds.
    Player cannot play WMA songs.


    Secure music download files must be transferred
    to your player through the Windows Media
    Player or the application recommended by your
    online music download service (Note: Services
    and applications must be Windows Media
    audio-compliant and support Digital Rights
    Management.) (Apple iTunes music content is
    not supported).
    The player takes a long time to read files in a
    folder.


    File reading may take longer if too many files are
    put in a single folder. Re-organize your files into
    a number of folders.
    Song information is not showing correctly.


    Song information may not match your current
    player’s language setting. Change the language
    setting.
    Cannot view picture files.


    The player only supports .jpg extension file, and
    do not support other formats like .bmp, .tiff,
    .jpeg.
    Cannot play video files.


    All video contents must be converted by RCA
    EasyRip software which comes with the player.
    Other format of video file will not be supported.
    Cannot play audible files.


    Make sure the file format is correct. The player
    supports Format 4 Audible file.
    The player reports that it is full.


    You have filled the capacity of the internal
    memory of the player.

    You have exceeded the maximum number of
    items that this player supports. Your player can
    only support up to 2000 media files within eight
    hierarchy of folder in maximum.

    Additional information

    Cannot playback tracks on the player.


    Make sure audio tracks are encoded in the mp3
    or Windows Media formats at supported
    bitrates.

    Bitrates support by the player:
    mp3 – 32 to 320 kbps
    wma – 48 to 192 kbps

    WMA files may be DRM protected and you don’t
    have the proper rights (license) to play the files.

    Check the website and/or application help
    system of the music download service provider
    from where the content was purchased from for
    license acquisition details. For more information
    on how license acquisition works, go to www.
    microsoft.com/windowsmedia/drm.
    Cannot playback songs downloaded from my
    paid Music Server Provider subscription service.


    The internal clock in your portable player may
    not be up to date. Downloading a new
    subscription song from your Music Server
    Provider should update your player's clock and
    allow it to playback all your songs again.

    The license for your subscription songs may
    have expired. Synchronize your device with your
    PC again to obtain an update to your license. If
    the problem persists, please contact your Music
    Service Provider for additional support.
    Cannot transfer subscription music content to
    the player.


    To enable function of transferring subscription
    music content, select MTP mode under Protocol
    in the Settings menu. Refer to page 25 for more
    information.
    What is MTP mode?


    MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) mode is essential
    if you want to transfer DRM10 content to your
    player. In MTP mode your player will no longer
    show up as a drive letter. So programs that were
    designed to work with a player that shows up as
    a drive letter will not be able to work directly
    with the player.
    Cannot launch RCA EasyRip installer stored in
    the player to install EasyRip on my PC.


    To enable function of launching RCA EasyRip
    installer stored in the player, select MSC mode
    under Protocol in the Settings menu. Refer to
    page 25 for more information.
    Check for updates

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    Visit http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com for the latest
    news and firmware upgrades for our digital media
    player.

    Technical specification

    Product: Digital Audio Player
    Brand: RCA
    Model: M4202, M4204, M4208, MC4202, MC4204,
    MC4208
    Electrical Consumption: 3.7V Lithium battery (builtin)


    Specifications

    Hardware


    Dimensions: 93.5 mm H, 42.4 mm W, 9.5 mm D

    Unit Weight: 36 g, 1.3oz

    Stereo Headphones jack

    USB Connection Jack

    Battery Operated: Rechargeable lithium battery.
    USB Drive


    External USB Drive: When connected to a
    computer via USB, the player is capable of
    storing any file type allowing the user a fast,
    convenient method of storing, retrieving, and
    transferring files. This includes word processing
    files, presentations, spreadsheets and any other
    computer files.

    Capacity: M4202/MC4202 - 2GB, M4204/MC4204
    - 4GB, M4208/MC4208 - 8GB

    Connection: USB 2.0, Hi-speed capable
    Software


    Includes the player applications and media
    management software.

    Limited warranty Limited warranty
    For US

    What your warranty covers:


    Defects in materials or workmanship.
    For how long after your purchase:


    One year from date of purchase.

    The warranty period for rental units begins with
    the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment
    to the rental firm, whichever comes first.
    What we will do:


    Provide you with a new, or at our option, a
    refurbished unit. The exchange unit is under
    warranty for the remainder of the original
    product’s warranty period.

    Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or
    receipted invoice which is evidence that the
    product is within the warranty period must be
    presented to obtain warranty service. For rental
    firms, proof of first rental is also required.
    How to make a warranty claim:


    Properly pack your unit. Include any cables, etc.,
    which were originally provided with the
    product. We recommend using the original
    carton and packing materials.

    Include evidence of purchase date such as the
    bill of sale. Also print your name and address
    and a description of the defect. Send via
    standard UPS or its equivalent to:
    Thomson Inc., Product Exchange Center, 11721
    B Alameda Avenue
    Socorro, Texas 79927


    Insure your shipment for loss or damage.
    Thomson accepts no liability in case of damage
    or loss en route to Thomson.

    Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange
    Center for service not covered by the warranty.

    A new or refurbished unit will be shipped to you
    freight prepaid.
    What your warranty does not cover:


    Customer instruction. (Your Owner’s Manual
    provides information regarding operating
    Instructions and user controls. For additional
    information, ask your dealer.)

    Installation and set-up service adjustments.

    Batteries.

    Damage from misuse or neglect.

    Products which have been modified or
    incorporated into other products.

    Products purchased or serviced outside the USA.

    Acts of nature, such as but not limited to
    lightning damage.
    Product Registration:


    Please complete and mail the Product
    registration Card packed with your unit. It will
    make it easier to contact you should it ever be
    necessary. The return of the card is not required
    for warranty coverage.
    Limitation of Warranty:


    THE WARRANTY STATED ABOVE IS THE ONLY
    WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT. ALL
    OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
    (INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
    MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY
    DISCLAIMED. NO VERBAL OR WRITTEN
    INFORMATION GIVEN BY THOMSON INC., ITS
    AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES SHALL CREATE A
    GUARANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE
    SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY.

    REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER
    THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF
    THE CONSUMER. THOMSON INC. SHALL NOT BE
    LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
    DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS
    PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
    ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS
    PRODUCT. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
    AND LIMITED WARRANTY ARE GOVERNED BY
    THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. EXCEPT
    TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE
    LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
    MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS
    LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD
    SET FORTH ABOVE.
    How state law relates to this warranty:

  • iixtreme
    iixtreme Nov 30, 2008

    Visit http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com for the latest
    news and firmware upgrades for our digital media
    player.

    Technical specification

    Product: Digital Audio Player
    Brand: RCA
    Model: M4202, M4204, M4208, MC4202, MC4204,
    MC4208
    Electrical Consumption: 3.7V Lithium battery (builtin)


    Specifications

    Hardware


    Dimensions: 93.5 mm H, 42.4 mm W, 9.5 mm D

    Unit Weight: 36 g, 1.3oz

    Stereo Headphones jack

    USB Connection Jack

    Battery Operated: Rechargeable lithium battery.
    USB Drive


    External USB Drive: When connected to a
    computer via USB, the player is capable of
    storing any file type allowing the user a fast,
    convenient method of storing, retrieving, and
    transferring files. This includes word processing
    files, presentations, spreadsheets and any other
    computer files.

    Capacity: M4202/MC4202 - 2GB, M4204/MC4204
    - 4GB, M4208/MC4208 - 8GB

    Connection: USB 2.0, Hi-speed capable
    Software


    Includes the player applications and media
    management software.

    Limited warranty Limited warranty
    For US

    What your warranty covers:


    Defects in materials or workmanship.
    For how long after your purchase:


    One year from date of purchase.

    The warranty period for rental units begins with
    the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment
    to the rental firm, whichever comes first.
    What we will do:


    Provide you with a new, or at our option, a
    refurbished unit. The exchange unit is under
    warranty for the remainder of the original
    product’s warranty period.

    Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or
    receipted invoice which is evidence that the
    product is within the warranty period must be
    presented to obtain warranty service. For rental
    firms, proof of first rental is also required.
    How to make a warranty claim:


    Properly pack your unit. Include any cables, etc.,
    which were originally provided with the
    product. We recommend using the original
    carton and packing materials.

    Include evidence of purchase date such as the
    bill of sale. Also print your name and address
    and a description of the defect. Send via
    standard UPS or its equivalent to:
    Thomson Inc., Product Exchange Center, 11721
    B Alameda Avenue
    Socorro, Texas 79927


    Insure your shipment for loss or damage.
    Thomson accepts no liability in case of damage
    or loss en route to Thomson.

    Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange
    Center for service not covered by the warranty.

    A new or refurbished unit will be shipped to you
    freight prepaid.
    What your warranty does not cover:


    Customer instruction. (Your Owner’s Manual
    provides information regarding operating
    Instructions and user controls. For additional
    information, ask your dealer.)

    Installation and set-up service adjustments.

    Batteries.

    Damage from misuse or neglect.

    Products which have been modified or
    incorporated into other products.

    Products purchased or serviced outside the USA.

    Acts of nature, such as but not limited to
    lightning damage.
    Product Registration:


    Please complete and mail the Product
    registration Card packed with your unit. It will
    make it easier to contact you should it ever be
    necessary. The return of the card is not required
    for warranty coverage.
    Limitation of Warranty:


    THE WARRANTY STATED ABOVE IS THE ONLY
    WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT. ALL
    OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
    (INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
    MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY
    DISCLAIMED. NO VERBAL OR WRITTEN
    INFORMATION GIVEN BY THOMSON INC., ITS
    AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES SHALL CREATE A
    GUARANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE
    SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY.

    REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER
    THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF
    THE CONSUMER. THOMSON INC. SHALL NOT BE
    LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
    DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS
    PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
    ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS
    PRODUCT. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
    AND LIMITED WARRANTY ARE GOVERNED BY
    THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. EXCEPT
    TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE
    LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
    MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS
    LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD
    SET FORTH ABOVE.
    How state law relates to this warranty:

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    Some states do not allow the exclusion nor
    limitation of incidental or consequential
    damages, or limitations on how long an implied
    warranty lasts, so the above limitations or
    exclusions may not apply to you.

    This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
    you also may have other rights that vary from
    state to state.
    If you purchased your product outside the USA:


    This warranty does not apply. Contact your
    dealer for warranty information.

    Limited warranty

    For Canada

    Thomson multimedia Ltd. warrants to the purchaser
    or gift recipient that if any manufacturing defect
    becomes apparent in this product within 1 year
    from the original date of purchase, it will be
    replaced free of charge, including return
    transportation.
    This warranty does not include damage to the
    product resulting from accidents, misuse or leaking
    batteries.

    Should your product not perform properly during
    the warranty period, either:

    1.
    Return it to the selling dealer with proof of
    purchase for replacement,
    OR

    2.
    Call 1-800-522-0338 (English) or 1-800-522-0445
    (French) for instructions concerning where to
    mail the product.
    The provisions of this written warranty are in
    addition to and not a modification of or subtraction
    from the statutory warranties and other rights and
    remedies contained in any applicable legislation,
    and to the extent that any such provisions purport
    to disclaim, exclude or limit any such statutory
    warranties and other rights and remedies, such
    provisions shall be deemed to be amended to the
    extent necessary to comply therewith.


    Illustrations contained within this publication are for representation only and subject to change.

    The descriptions and characteristics given in this document are given as a general indication and not as a
    guarantee. In order to provide the highest quality product possible, we reserve the right to make any
    improvement or modification without prior notice. The English version serves as the final reference on all
    products and operational details should any discrepancies arise in other languages.


    Audiovox Electronics Corp,
    150 Marcus Blvd, Hauppauge, NY 11788
    1-800-878-5779
    © 2008
    Trademark(s) ® Registered
    Marca(s) ® Registrada(s)
    Marque(s) ® Deposée(s)
    www.rcaaudiovideo.com

    v3.0

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Ok guys first of all i will never buy a opal again ive had all of these problems too, but i went to www.rcaaudiovideo.com and redownloaded everything and mine has worked great every since so good luck i hope this helps. Just make sure you are downloading the correct firm wear for you rca opal

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How do i convert video for rca opal m4204-a

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Go into FILE at the top left hand corner, open it up then when it is open click OPEN then you should get your items that you need.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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SOURCE: lost instruction

Hi,, 
try this link
http://www.retrevo.com/support/RCA-M4001-MP3-Players-manual/id/2775dj696/t/2/
 (or)
http://portablemedia.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/rca/m4001_1_gb.html

Please rate my suggestion..

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From reading the user guide i can see the situation you are in.

It uses a 3.5mm headphone jack to transfer the music files right?

I am not 100% sure on this but the recently outdated ipod shuffle looks as if it uses the same connection.

Here is a link to buy one £1.95 aint bad for replacing a lost cable. especially such a unique one.

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Here's a link and a suggestion - not only may the firmware upgrade improve functionality and restore missing files, it will also delete all your songs so you can start over from scratch:
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Firmware: Opal M4004, M4008, M4018, MC4004, MC4008 and MC4018 Firmware If you are experiencing difficulties with your Opal device check the hold button located on the right hand side of your player, if should be in a down position. If you believe your firmware may be corrupted, use this file to restore the original (OEM) firmware.
Firmware v1.2.8.0 Enhancements:
  • Enhanced voice recording performance
  • Enhanced battery charging capabilities
Firmware v1.2.4 Enhancements:
  • Improved charging compatibility with Windows™ 2000
  • Improved user experience when shutting down
  • Improved the functionality of the “Menu” button
  • Added device screensaver (visible when connected via USB)

Jun 16, 2008 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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Where do I find USB port


im thinking in walmart or online

Mar 26, 2008 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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LOST USB CORD FOR BLUE OPAL MP# M4002


you can buy online from the internet or from an electronic store.

Mar 03, 2008 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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Adding music


The songs are probably not in the right format

Dec 12, 2007 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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RCA Opal M4002 MP3


The same thing happened to me.(I have a different model but I'm sure you can solve it the same) Go to the website and download the frimware thing and it will completly clean your MP3 of data you added. At least it did for me.

Oct 07, 2007 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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Lost usb to opal


Ah, this is the biggest fault with the RCA Opal: the dedicated USB cord. My suggestion: buy another one, take the USB cord out and return it to the store saying you opened it and you didn't get a USB....and that you'll buy another one at another store. i know it's sneaky, but that's the only way.

Sep 15, 2007 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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