Hmm... guest that post is worthless.
Okay, first of, go to http://www.rca.com/manuals.. perhaps it SHOULD come up as guest states, however it does not.
Now go here:
Those are all of the downloads for that unit.
And for the manual:
look at the bottom. Digital Audio Players
then expand to MP3. A full list of models. Hoewver the RD2212 is not listed.
Good news though, I posted to get the SOLVED! vote so here goes..
(This was HARD to find)
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Hello, your post shows that you need an owners manual for an 208 RCA TV, I suppose t's a type O and that you mean a 2008 RCA TV. You can download on PDF file almost any owners manual from the RCA website(rca.com) just click under support and provide the correct model number.
Did you try formatting it recently?
If yes, download the latest firmware and update it.
If no, give some more details. Does it have a HOLD/LOCK switch on the sides somewhere.
Pls check and let me know.
I wasn't able to find a owner's manual, but I might be able to answer the 3 questions you posted anyways ^^
If it says it's a 128MB mp3 player, then the answer to "How much memory is built into it?" would be "128MB", right..? If songs average about 5MB each, that's enough for about 25 songs?
DSP stands for Digital Signal Processing.. it should be able to change the sound of the song a little bit (like boosting/lowering the bass or treble, or making it sound better on different kinds of speakers). Try hitting it and see if the song sounds slightly different.
As for turning it off.. try the same way you turned it on? There should be a power button.. or maybe try holding down the stop or pause button for a few seconds, see what that does.