Question about RCA Lyra RD1072 MP3 Player
I have the RCA Lyra RD1072A, it has a 256 memory card.When I turn it on, it stays on the start up screen (it showes total tracks, the memory card, battery strength and volume) It does not play. In order to shut it off, I have to remove the battery.
1. How can I get it to work without having to remove all of the songs. Is there a reset button?
2. What does DSP stand for and what does it do?
3. What does the Mode do?
I used to own this mp3 and have had it for many years and it has froze up a few times but not like you describe it.
I can answer 2 and 3
2. I dont know what DSP stands for but it optimizes the sound for the genre you select. I personally liked the Rock DSP because it raises the bass.
3. Mode changes the playback mode dice is the shuffle and the circle thingy is if you have like 1 or 2 songs on it and don't want to keep pressing play after its done it automatically keeps playing until the battery dies. I personally don't use the circle mode because if you accidentally leave it on in that mode it drains the battery because it doesn't stop playing.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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