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Subject: Re: Text description of iAudio player layout

Re: Text description of iAudio player layout

From: dennis <>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 08:49:08 -0500

whare can this player be found?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Culhane" <>
To: "'Rockbox'" <>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 4:19 AM
Subject: Text description of iAudio player layout

> Hi,
> I've pasted in a text description of the iAudio x5 layout, which can be
> used
> in the manual for those of us with less than perfect sight!
> Let me know if anything is inaccurate or otherwise wide of the mark.
> See below for content:
> Cheers,
> Tim
> Text description of the iAudio x5
> Place the player on a flat surface in front of you with the thicker part
> of
> the machine facing away.
> 1. The top surface
> Roughly 1 third of the upper most surface of the player is taken up by the
> screen. This is found at the end furthest from you.
> Directly below the bottom right corner of the screen is the five way joyce
> stick.
> This can move up, down, right, left and can also be pressed.
> When the joyce stick is pressed this selects a file or menu option.
> 2. The right edge
> Moving from top to bottom or from furthest to nearests the following
> controls are found:
> The microphone jack: used with an external microphone.
> The power switch: This is a rocker type switch. Use your nail to lift the
> switch and then release it and it will return to its original position.
> record botton: Used to start recording and for activating the main menu.
> play/pause/stop button: self explanatory
> 3. The left edge
> Moving from top to bottom or from furthest to nearests the following
> controls are found:
> the headphone jack
> The OTG USB slot: This is accessed by removing a small piece of metal
> attached to a short string from the slot. You may need to use your nail
> to
> remove the piece of metal.
> 4. The bottom edge
> There is a small connector found on the bottom edge, into which you put
> the
> mini dock. When you first receive the player this connector may be
> protected by a small strip of rubber which can easily be removed.
> 5. The mini dock
> The mini dock is a rectangular piece of plastic which is attached to the
> bottom of the player and which provides extra connections to the player.
> Moving from left to right along the bottom of the mini dock the following
> is
> found:
> AC power adaptor jack: used for recharging the player
> USB slot: used for attaching a USB cable
> line in/line out jacks: used for attaching line in/line out cables.
Received on 2006-07-25

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