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Introduction

Thank you for your trust in us and for buying your new MP3 Clip Bluetooth. We hope you enjoy it.

MP3 player with Bluetooth technology. You will be able to synchronize any Bluetooth device and listen to your music wirelessly.

We recommend you to read this user manual to enjoy your device in a safe way and with maximum performance.

Care and maintenance

Do not expose your MP3 to impacts, dust, direct sunlight, moisture or high temperatures.

Do not use corrosive nor abrasive cleaning products.

Keep the device clean and free of dust using a soft and dry cloth.

Charge the battery when the display shows the low battery icon.

Do not disassemble the device. All repairs should be exclusively done by qualified staff of Energy Sistem Technology, S.A.

Main features

DISPLAY

  • Type: LCD
  • Size: 0.8"
  • Resolution: 128x64 píxels

MEMORY

  • Capacity: 8 GB
  • MicroSD: up to 64 GB

CONNECTIVITY

  • Bluetooth v2.1. A2DP protocol
  • Type: Class II. Range distance: 10 m
  • Operating frequency: 2.4 GHz.
  • Maximum output power: 0,67 dBm.
  • MicroSD cards slot
  • MicroUSB to charge the battery and connection to the PC

SUPPORTED FORMATS

  • Audio formats: MP3/ WMA/WAV/FLAC

EARPHONES

  • Type: in-ear
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm

BATTERY

  • Capacity: 140 mAh
  • Nominal voltage: 3,7 V DC
  • Battery life:

    Up to 10 hours in Music mode

    Up to 3 hours in Bluetooth mode

    Up to 4 hours in Radio mode

  • Charging system: microUSB
  • Charging time: 1,5 hours

RADIO

  • Band: FM
  • Frequency range: 87 MHz ~ 108 MHz
  • 20 preset stations

OTHER

  • 7 EQ modes
  • 7 repeat and playback modes (including random mode)
  • Playback speed selector
  • Intelligent directory browsing of your songs
  • Digital voice recorder with built-in microphone
  • Back clip to attach the player to your clothes
  • Updatable firmware
  • No drivers needed

    Product content

  • MP3 Clip Bluetooth.
  • Hi-Fi in-ear earphones.
  • USB cable to charge the battery and connect the device to the PC.
  • Quick guide

    General overview

    1. BACK
    2. VOLUME +
    3. NEXT
    4. PLAY / PAUSE
    5. MENU
    6. VOLUME - / LOCK
    7. MICROPHONE
    8. USB CONNECTION
    9. MICRO SD SLOT
    10. AUDIO OUTPUT
    11. RESET

Power on, power off and charging

Turn your MP3 Clip on and off by keeping the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button pressed for 3 seconds. If you want to lock the buttons while enjoying your music, keep the VOLUME - / LOCK (6) button pressed for 2 seconds. Press the VOLUME - / LOCK (6) button briefly to unlock the device and when the lock icon appears, press again the VOLUME - / LOCK (6) button for 2 seconds.

Connect the microUSB cable to the USB CONNECTION (8) to charge the battery, then connect the other end to a computer or any other device with USB charging port.

When connecting your MP3 to the PC or Tablet, you will be able to choose between the Charge and play option in order to use the device while charging it or the Charge and transfer option for file transferring.

Your MP3 has an integrated rechargeable Li-Ion battery. Charge the battery fully before first use in order to optimize battery life. Charge the battery by connecting the MP3 player to a computer via the USB connector.

The charging time varies between 2 to 3 hours, depending on whether the device is off or on. In order to maintain the battery in excellent condition, we recommend you to turn it off when charging it and not to charge it for more than 8 hours.

Access the SET -> Display Settings -> Backlight timer option to disable automatic display backlight after some seconds of inactivity and optimize your MP3 battery life. Press any button to activate again the display backlight.

In order to increase the battery lifespan, we recommend not to disable this power saving system.

Notice: We recommend you not to store or leave your device disused for a long period of time with the battery completely discharged.

Main menu




BLUETOOTH





MUSIC





RECORDINGS





FM RADIO





FOLDER VIEW





SET





Bluetooth connection

Access the Bluetooth menu and select the "Bluetooth Status" option from the submenu to enable the Bluetooth function.

To pair a Bluetooth device for the first time, select the "Bluetooth Search" option from the submenu. The device will perform a search and show a list of the devices found. This process may take a few minutes. Make sure your earphones or your Bluetooth speaker are also in synchronisation mode.

After you have successfully paired a device, it will be saved in the memory and you will be able to connect it again through the "Bluetooth Device List" option from the submenu.

In order to listen to your music via Bluetooth connection, select the "All songs" option from the submenu. This will open the list of all songs stored either in the device internal memory or in the microSD card external memory.

Notice: To perform a new device search, we have to select the Bluetooth Unpairing option on the Bluetooth Device List and repeat the operation by selecting the Bluetooth Search option from the submenu.

You can reactivate the device's connection on the Bluetooth Device List by selecting the Bluetooth Pairing option or delete the device from the list by selecting the Bluetooth Unpairing option.

In order to listen to your music via Bluetooth connection, select the All songs option from the submenu. This will open the list of all songs stored in your MP3 player, either in your MP3 internal memory or in the microSD external memory. You can select the file you prefer, just like you would do from your computer.

With the NEXT(3) and BACK(1) buttons you can select the next/ previous folder or file. With the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button you will be able to access the selected folder or file.

To go back to previous options in the folder navigation menu, press MENU (5) briefly.

Select the Music option from the submenu to access the music playback menu, then press PLAY / PAUSE (4) to open the menu.

Your MP3 allows you to enjoy codified audio in MP3 / FLAC / WMA / WAV format.

To start, pause or resume music playback, press the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button. Press briefly the NEXT (3) and BACK(1) buttons to change to the next/ previous track respectively.

You can access the playback settings submenu by keeping the MENU (5) button pressed while the music playback is on or paused:

"Repeat":
You can choose your favourite mode through this option: "Repeat 1" (it repeats the current track) and "Repeat all" (it plays all tracks continuously).

"Shuffle":
Songs are played in a random order. 'Shuffle' mode is disabled by default so you will have to enable it when using your MP3 for the first time.

"Equalizer":
This option will allow you to equalize the audio according to your preferences. Among the 7 predefined modes are: "Off" (no adjustments will be made in the equalization of played music), "Rock", "Funk", "Hip Hop", "Jazz", "Classical" or "Techno".

Music playback

Your MP3 allows you to enjoy codified audio in MP3 / FLAC / WMA / WAV formats thanks to its high-fidelity sound processor.

To access the music playback menu, select the 'Music' option in the main menu and then press PLAY / PAUSE (4).

Move through the options of the main menu using the NEXT (3) and BACK(1) buttons. Select the option you like and proceed to choose the preferred playback mode by pressing PLAY / PAUSE (4).
Press MENU (5) to return to the main menu.

You can access the playback settings by keeping the Menu (5) button pressed for 2 seconds. Move from one option to the next by using the NEXT (3) or Back (1) buttons and use the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button to select. To return to the playback mode, press Menu (5).

"All songs":
With this option you will see all songs stored in your MP3 memory, sorted alphabetically by file name.

"Albums", "Artists" and "Genres": You will see the list of your favourite music sorted by album/ artist/ genre respectively.

"Playlists": This option will enable you to access a customized list of songs. There are 3 editable lists available to add songs: Playlist on the go [1], Playlist on the go [2] and Playlist on the go [3].

To add songs to the list, you must access the music playback mode (and select 'All songs', songs sorted by album, artist or genre or browse the internal or card memory). Select the song you prefer and press the PLAY / PAUSE button (4) to add it to the playlist. At that moment, the song will be played automatically. You can access the playback settings submenu by pressing and holding the MENU (5) button for 2 seconds while the music playback is on or paused. Then, select the option Add to playlist to add the current song to one of the playlists available.

"Create Playlist": Use this option when you store or delete songs to create again playlists by album, artist or genre.

"Local folder":
This option allows you to browse the folders of your MP3 Clip internal memory or microSD external memory and select the music file you prefer, just like you would do it from your computer.

To start music playback, access the file you would like to be played by selecting any of the options mentioned above: 'All songs', 'album', 'artist', 'genre' or by browsing the internal or card memory.

To start, pause or resume music playback, press the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button.

Press briefly the NEXT (3) or BACK (1) buttons to change to the next/ previous track respectively. You can also rewind / fast-forward the song by pressing and holding the BACK (1) / NEXT (3) buttons respectively.

You can access the playback settings submenu by pressing and holding the MENU (5) button for 2 seconds while the music playback is on or paused:

"Play mode":

1) Play music from...:

You can select your preferences through this option by: "Artist", "Genre" or "Album". If you don't select this option, 'All songs' in the current list will be played by default.

2) Repeat:

You can choose your favourite mode through this option: "Repeat 1" (it repeats the current track) and "Repeat all" (it plays all tracks continuously).

3) "Shuffle":

Songs are played in a random order. 'Shuffle' mode is disabled by default so you will have to enable it when using your MP3 for the first time.

4) "Replay mode":
Replay from A to B: You can continuously repeat a segment of a song with this function. To do so, press shortly the NEXT (3) button to mark the start of the playback (point A) and press again the NEXT (3) button to mark the end (point B). To cancel this function, press briefly the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button.

"Sound settings":

1) Equalizer:

This option will allow you to equalize the audio according to your preferences. Choose among the 7 predefined modes available: "Off" (no adjustments will be made in the equalization of played music), "Rock", "Funk", "Hip Hop", "Jazz", "Classical" or "Techno".

2) Variable Speed Playback

This option allows you to increase or decrease playback speed. In case you don't want to edit the song speed, select the '+0' option in this submenu.

"Add to playlist": This option allows you to add one of the songs stored in your internal memory to a list. There are 3 editable lists available to add songs: Playlist on the go [1], Playlist on the go [2] and Playlist on the go [3]. Select this option to add the current song to one of the three playlists available.

"Remove from playlist": Select this option to remove the current song from the playlist.

Sleep timer: This option allows you to set the time for the MP3 player to sleep, whether it is in playback mode or not. Choose '0' minutes if you don't want to enable sleep timer on your MP3 Clip.

"Delete": This option allows you to delete the current song from the internal memory.

"Bookmarks": Select this option to establish bookmarks to stop the audio and resume it afterwards from the desired point by choosing the list of bookmarks. To add a bookmark from the list, select the bookmark and press PLAY / PAUSE (4).You can save up to 10 bookmarks. Press and hold the Menu (5) button to save the established bookmark.

Folder navigation

This function allows you to directly choose the folder and the music / video / image file you would like to play, previously sorted on your PC.

In order to see all files stored in the internal memory at the same time, choose the Folder view option from the main menu.

With the NEXT (3) or BACK(1) buttons you can select the next/ previous folder or file. With the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button you will be able to access the selected folder or file.

To go back to previous options in the folder navigation menu, press MENU (5) briefly.

Radio mode

Your MP3 Clip has an integrated FM Radio with some presets and direct recording option. To listen to the radio, select the FM Radio option in the main menu.

Move from one option to the next by using the NEXT (3) or BACK(1) buttons and use the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button to select. Press and hold the MENU (5) button to return to the main menu.

In order to create a first list of presets, you should use one of the available search options from the menu: manual or automatic.

Notice: Make sure your earphones are properly connected to the audio output. Otherwise, the FM search won't be performed correctly.

Presets: Through this option, you will access the list of presets previously saved in the MP3 memory. A list of up to 30 presets is available. When using your MP3 Clip for the first time, there won't be any preset saved.

Manual tune: You will access directly the frequencies browser. With the NEXT (3) or BACK(1) buttons you can browse the frequencies range. By pressing these buttons you will move one step forward or backward and by pressing and holding the button, you will start the auto search. Use the VOLUME + (9) and VOLUME - (6) buttons to turn the volume up or down respectively and press the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button to select the preset saved in the favourites list.

Auto tune: It scans the frequencies range and saves the first 30 stations found in the presets.

FM Recording: This option enables you to access the audio files you have recorded with the FM recording option (check information below). To listen to these files, access the corresponding folder (previously stored in the internal or external memory) from the main menu or, if you are in Folder mode, select the RECORDINGS folder by using the folder navigation function, then select the 'FMRECXXX' file you would like to play and press PLAY / PAUSE (4).
Exit the Recording mode by keeping the MENU (5) button pressed.

Once you have a list of saved stations, keep pressed the MENU (5) button while the FM dial window is open and access the radio settings submenu to see the different options available.

Start FM radio recording: You can record the FM radio broadcast on WAV audio files. Select this option with the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button to start recording. You can pause the recording by pressing briefly PLAY / PAUSE (4) and resume it afterwards by pressing again PLAY / PAUSE (4). To finish the recording, press the MENU (5) button.

Save to preset: This option allows you to save the current station in the next preset you choose in the stations menu. The current station will be saved in the internal memory of the device. If it is the first one you save, it will be stored as "01". Repeat this process to list up to 30 stations in the order you prefer.

Clear preset: This option allows you to remove the current preset from the preset stations list.

Auto tune: It scans the frequency range and stores the first 30 stations found in the presets.

Press the MENU (5) button to return to the MP3 player main menu. Once in the main menu, the FM radio reception will finish.

Voice recorder

Your MP3 Clip enables you to perform voice recording thanks to its built-in microphone. To access the voice recording mode, select the Recordings option from the main Menu with the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button.

Start voice recording: You will access directly the recording settings menu. Select this option to start recording. You can pause the recording by pressing briefly PLAY / PAUSE (4), then press again to resume the recording. To finish the recording and save it in the MP3 memory, press the MENU (5) button.

Recordings library: The audio files you have recorded will be stored in the MP3 Clip internal or external memory (depending on what you have selected previously in the 'Storage' option in the same settings menu). Use the folder navigation function to access the "RECXXX" file that you want to hear and press the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button.

In order to delete the recording file selected, keep pressed the MENU (5) button for 2 seconds.

To return to the previous menu, press MENU (5) briefly.

Storage: Choose your storage preference for your voice recordings: internal or external memory.

Record Format: Choose recording format: 'MP3' or 'WAV'.

Record Settings:

  1. Set Rec Bitrate: This option enables you to select the recording quality in different formats: 512 kbps, 768kbps, 1024 kbps or 1536 kbps.

  2. Track AVR mode: Automatic voice recording. This feature allows you to record only when you speak.

Options

You can configure many aspects of your MP3 Clip very easily.
To do so, access Set from the main menu. Move from one option to the next by using the NEXT (3) or BACK(1) buttons and use the PLAY / PAUSE (4) button to select:

Play mode:

1) Play music from...:

You can select your preferences through this option by: "Artist", "Genre" or "Album". If you don't select this option, 'All songs' in the current list will be played by default.

2) Repeat:

You can choose your favourite mode through this option: "Repeat 1" (it repeats the current track) and "Repeat all" (it plays all tracks continuously).

3) "Shuffle":

Songs are played in a random order. 'Shuffle' mode is disabled by default. So you will have to enable it when using your MP3 for the first time.

Sound settings: This option enables you to set the volume limit of your MP3 Clip audio output.
Sleep timer: This option allows you to set the time for the MP3 player to sleep, whether it is in playback mode or not. Choose '0' minutes if you don't want to enable sleep timer on your MP3 Clip.
Display settings: You will be able to adjust the time that it takes for the display to turn off automatically when no buttons are pressed. Choose the 'Always on' option for the display to be always on.

Language: You can switch the user interface language to Spanish, English, French, etc.

PC connection

In order to enjoy the best sound and your favourite music on your MP3, you have to copy the files from your PC to the internal memory first.

Connect the MP3 player to your computer USB port through the USB connector and it will be automatically detected by your computer without installing any driver.

Once it is detected, you will be able to read/write on the device memory, just as if it was a regular drive.

Once the data transfer is finished, disconnect the MP3 player from the computer.

IMPORTANT: To prevent data loss, always remove the USB device safely before disconnecting the MP3 player. In Windows XP, for instance, the safely remove hardware icon is on the start taskbar, near the clock.

Firmware reinstallation

Your MP3 has an operating system installed, commonly known as firmware, that sometimes needs to be reinstalled. If you find that the MP3 player is not responding, reboots randomly, or you have problems to access the memory content from your computer, try to press RESET (11) by using a pin or a needle. If the problem persists, it will be a sign that the firmware has been damaged and needs to be reinstalled.

In order to reinstall the firmware, access manually www.energysistem.com from a web browser. Select your model in the product section and download the proper firmware version from the download area. Unzip the file in your computer and follow the instructions included in PDF format.

Warranty

Energy Sistem Technolgy, SA is liable for any lack of conformity which exists at the time the goods were purchased during a period of 36 months.

Batteries are excluded from the 36-month warranty, having a warranty period of 24 months.

This warranty covers any defects in workmanship or materials. This warranty doesn't cover any failure of the product due to accidents, misuse or alteration made by an unauthorized person.

The special 36-months warranty is valid for the European Union. For other countries, please refer to your specific legislation or your local distributor.

Warranty procedure.

  1. Visit the Support section at http://support.energysistem.com and select your product to view the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), user manuals,
    drivers and updates available. The solution to your problem is very likely to have been already published there.
    You can check the availability of the user manual in your language at http://www.energysistem.com/es-es/support/manuals

  2. Alternatively, you may prefer to contact the distributor from which you purchased the product, presenting the purchase receipt or invoice. Important: This warranty doesn't cover any damage or loss to any data stored in the product memory, therefore Energy Sistem's Technical Service will not assume any loss of the above mentioned information so it is recommended to make a backup of your data and to remove any data or personal info from its internal memory before you send the product, or to send it only with the original factory default values.

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Trademarks. All companies, brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

© 2015 by Energy Sistem Technology, S.A. All rights reserved.

Declaration of conformity

Manufacturer name: Energy Sistem Technolgy, S.A.

Address: Pol. Ind. Finestrat, C/.Calpe, 1 - 03509, Finestrat, Alicante (Spain)

Tel: 902 388 388 F ax: 902 119 034 N IF: A53107488

We declare under our own exclusive responsibility that the product:

Energy Sistem™ MP3 Clip Series

Manufacturing country: China

referred to in this declaration is in compliance with the essential norms and standards

EN 60065

EN 62479:2010

EN 301 489-01 V2.2.0:2017

EN 301 489-17 V3.2.0:2017

EN 300 328 V2.1.1:2016

EN 303 345 V1.1.7:2017

in conformity with the essential norms and standards of the Directive 2014/53/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 16th 2014.