Question about Car Audio & Video
Just bought an iwave mp3 player, put in a working battery, downloaded anmp3 file, and noticed when I plugged it into my computer (Toshiba, running windows 2000) that it had a couple of songs in there already. But I can't get them to play through the earphones, even though I believe I'm following the little manual's instructions. Says it has 1gig capacity, cost 19.95 at Marshall's department store. The instruction manual mentions that one should "Set the HOLD switch to the release position before operating. But I don't find anything called a hold switch on the actual gismo. It has three buttons on the side, with symbols looking like a fast forward, back, and play or stop (may be "hold"?) I notice that the material I wanted to put on the player is in there, because I can play it from there through Microsoft media player on the computer. I am not extremely skillful with this stuff (over 60 years old). Oh, on the last page there is something that says "Questions? Visit www.iwaveaudio.com, but when I go there it asks me for my password, which I do not have. Any advice? I purchased the Universal Car Holder by iwaveaudio, and even thhough it came with insrtuctions I still can't put this thing together. How do you put the spring on and where do they go also the round ball I can put it on but what about the clip attachment. I need full visual aide it's not spelled out put this here it has a very bad picture of what it looks like from the from dud.........help
Can solve your holder problem - the little holder with the ball is what pivots your holder and it will fit down in the threaded piece with firm pressure - first put on the little collar so that you can screw the hanger piece on the the holder - we puzzled with this for about half hour before figuring out.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
I have the same exact mp3 (except i got mine for $15.00), the button you need to hold is the play button, that turns it on. But you could just put it in a usb slot for your computer and it automatically turns on. The manual has a section telling you what all the buttons do also. I hope this helps....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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