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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Part names Player
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Inserting and recharging the batteries
Inserting the batteries in the player

Avoiding miss-operations
It is possible to avoid miss-operations when the player is placed in a bag with the use of the hold function that prevents all keys, with the exception of special keys, from being operated.

Liquid crystal display
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D.A.S.C. display Illuminated when the sound skip guard function is on. B.BOOST display Illuminated when the bass tones have been boosted. RANDOM display Illuminated when random playback has been selected. Repeat display Illuminated when repeat playback has been selected. Battery display Illuminated when the batteries are being recharged. Information display area Displays track numbers, amount of time elapsed, titles and other disc information, and the status of the equipment.


Open the cover.

Player: Slide the OPEN/HOLD key to the HOLD position.

When on hold:

When the hold is cancelled:




Taking care over the positive (+) and negative (-) poles, insert the batteries.
Insert from the positive (+) side.


¶ All keys on the player, with the exception of the OPEN/HOLD switch and the volume knob, will stop operating. ¶ Slide the OPEN/HOLD switch to the central position to cancel the hold function and resume operations. ¶ The operation keys on the remote control will not be set in the hold mode when the OPEN/HOLD switch on the player is set in the HOLD position.

¶ When running the player on normal dry-cell batteries, use size AA alkaline batteries (LR6) available on the open market. ¶ As playback time will be greatly reduced when manganese batteries are used, ensure that size AA alkaline batteries are used. ¶ Make sure that both batteries are replaced when changing batteries. ¶ Do not use rechargeable batteries and size AA alkaline batteries together.

Remote controller (DPC-MP727): Slide the HOLD switch to the HOLD position.
When on hold: When the hold is cancelled:


Close the cover.
¶ All keys on the remote controller, with the exception of the volume knob, will stop operating. ¶ Slide the HOLD key to the off position to cancel the hold function and resume operations.



Using the external battery case
Using the battery case together with the rechargeable batteries or size AA alkaline batteries set in the player will provide extended periods of continual play.







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Using the AC adapter*
Do not use anything other than the AC adapter supplied. ¶ Note that the power will be switched off when the cable is plugged in or unplugged from the playerâs DC IN terminal.


Remove the cover on the battery case.

mark Illuminated if files that can be played back are contained within the selected folder when media on which MP3 and WMA files are stored has been inserted into the player (blinks during folder selection). mark Illuminated if other folders are contained within the selected folder when media on which MP3 and WMA files are stored has been inserted into the player (blinks during folder selection).

Sound skip guard function (D.A.S.C.)
Taking care over the positive (+) and negative (-) poles, insert the size AA alkaline batteries.
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Sound skipping caused by vibrations, etc., is prevented by recording the sound data into the memory and then playing it back from the memory. The D.A.S.C. function will always be activated with MP3 and WMA files (approximately 110 seconds when saved with a transmission bit rate of 128kbps and a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz).

Sound skip guard function mechanism
CD Vibrations

DC IN _ +

Remote controller (DPC-MP727)
(Except for U.S.A., Canada and Australia)
* Shape of AC adapter may differ depending on the sales area.

¶ It is not possible to recharge the batteries with the external battery case. ¶ As playback time will be greatly reduced when manganese batteries are used, ensure that size AA alkaline batteries are used. ¶ Make sure that both batteries are replaced when changing batteries.

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Close the cover. Attach the case to the player.
Electrode Align the guide pin and electrode with the holes on the player and press the battery case into position, and then turn the screw in the direction of the arrow to fix it in place.

Digital data recorded Digital memory Playback sound

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MODE key Used to switch between the playback mode, the display mode and other modes. 1, ¡ keys Used for fast forward and fast reverse, and to select folders. 4, ¢ keys Used to search the beginning of tracks, to set up the various modes, and to select folders. STOP/OFF key Used to stop, to switch off the power supply, and to recharge the batteries. PLAY/PAUSE key Used for playback, pausing, and to switch on the power supply. D.A.S.C. (Digital Anti-Shock Circuit) key Used to switch across to the sound skip guard function. Liquid crystal display DC IN (external power supply terminal) Used for connecting the AC adapter supplied. Used for connecting the car battery adapter when using a car battery for playback purposes. REMOTE PHONES/LINE OUT terminals Used for connecting the remote controller or headphones supplied. Used for connecting an amplifier or speakers built into amplifiers when used as a LINE OUT terminal. Used for connecting the car cassette adapter when using for playing back car audio units.

¶ There are cases where, depending on the degree of the vibrations, the memory data will be used up and the sound skip guard function will be temporarily disabled.

D.A.S.C. setup (Audio CDs (CD-DA) only)
Press the D.A.S.C. key.
The display will alternate between the following whenever the key is pressed. â40-SECâ: â10-SECâ: Records approximately 40 seconds of sound data. This is the highest sound skip guard mode level. Records approximately 10 seconds of sound data. This mode provides lower sound skip guard mode levels in comparison with the 40-SEC mode, but the quality of the sound is better. D.A.S.C.function is released : Cancels the sound skip guard function. (D.A.S.C. disappears) ¶ Sound being played back will be cut off when switching between modes. ¶ The D.A.S.C. setting will become 40-SEC when the top cover is opened.

Remote controller and headphone connections
¶ The headphones are connected to the PHONES terminal on the remote controller. The headphones can also be connected directly to the player when the remote controller is disconnected.


Guide pin

Remove the battery case from the player when it is not to be used for long periods of time. As the dry-cell batteries will recharge the rechargeable batteries, the dry-cell batteries will run out quickly. Also, ensure that the batteries are removed from the case.

Recharging the batteries
Refer to the âAccessoriesâ table. ¶ Ensure that only the rechargeable batteries supplied with the player (NB-150) or sold separately (NB-130) are used. Batteries other than special Kenwood batteries must not be used under any circumstances. ¶ Remove the external battery case.


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PHONES terminal Used to connect the headphones. VOLUME knob Used to adjust the volume. HOLD switch Used to switch the hold function between on and off.

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4 key (SKIP DOWN) Used for searching for the beginning of tracks, etc. STOP 7 key Used to stop the player and switch off the power. 3/¢ key (PLAY/SKIP UP) ¢ Used for playing and searching for the beginning of tracks, etc.

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Insert the rechargeable batteries in the player, and then connect the AC adapter. Switch the power off. Wait for five seconds, press the STOP key twice in succession, and then confirm that the symbol is illuminated.
Recharging Illuminated Recharging complete Extinguished

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VOLUME knob Used to adjust the volume. OPEN/HOLD switch Used when the top cover is to be opened and when switching the hold function between on and off.


The recharge timer will be switched off after approximately six hours. The power will be switched off once recharging is complete.


Disconnect the AC adapter from the player once recharging is complete.


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