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Digital Audio Player

My SceneTM

USER MANUAL 

DMP128MS

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EQ/REC

M

enu


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Digital Audio Player

My SceneTM

USER MANUAL 

DMP128MS

2

EQ/REC

M

enu


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      Multi-Codec Player

e.g.: MP3, WMA and WAV Music formats

Drive Free U Disk

You  may  manage  your  files  directly  through  “Portable  Disk”  in  “My  Computer”  on  Windows  2000. 
Operating System or above without driver.

Twin output

One headphone jack at the top and one line-out jack at the bottom of the player, both outputs can be 
operated at the same time.

Record/ Replay

The player supports recording through built-in microphone and can save WAV and ACT formats. It also 
supports real digital A-B replay or comparison replay.

7 Preset EQ 

Normal, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, Jazz and DBB

Multi-play Mode

Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat Folder, Repeat All, Random, Intro.

Power Off

You can set the Sleep Timer or Off Time modes.

GUI (Graphic User Interface) Menu 

User-friendly animation menu with corresponding characters.

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3

• LCD display

Your digital audio player My Scene works with 1 x AAA battery. 
1. Open the battery compartment located at the bottom of the audio player. 
2. Insert 1 x AAA battery with the + sign facing upwards. 
3. Close back the battery compartment. 

Do not use rechargeable batteries. Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.  Different types 
of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed. Only batteries of the same or equivalent type 
as  recommended  are  to  be  used.  Batteries  are  to  be  inserted  with  the  correct  polarity.  Exhausted 
batteries are to be removed from the unit. The supply terminals are not to be short circuited. Do not 
throw batteries into a fire. Remove the batteries if you are not going to use the unit for a long period of 
time. 

WARNING:  If  the  unit  malfunctions  or  receives  an  electrostatic  shock,  remove  the  batteries  and/or 
perform the Reset procedure.

Indicates that battery is 1.5V and the power in battery will decrease with usage.

Indicates low battery power and new battery should be replaced.

 INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on the purchase of your Lexibook My Scene digital audio player. Please read the user 
manual thoroughly before operating the device. This digital audio player is a portable device, supporting 
multiple  music  formats  including  MP3,  WMA,  WAV,  etc.  It  is  strongly  recommended  that  you  read 
through the user guide before connecting the player with your PC.

 Features

key layout

 ILLUSTRATION

 Battery Installation 

 Basic Operation

The player has a 9-level battery monitoring system:

• Power On/Off 

1. Turn on automatically
• No battery power: Insert the battery. After six seconds, the player turns 
on automatically and enters the interface:

• when connecting the USB wire to PC, the player turn on automatically 
and will be entering USB mode:

2. Turn ON/Off
When the audio player is off, press and hold the Play button to turn the unit on. 
When the audio player is on, press and hold the Play button to turn the unit off. 


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      Multi-Codec Player

e.g.: MP3, WMA and WAV Music formats

Drive Free U Disk

You  may  manage  your  files  directly  through  “Portable  Disk”  in  “My  Computer”  on  Windows  2000. 
Operating System or above without driver.

Twin output

One headphone jack at the top and one line-out jack at the bottom of the player, both outputs can be 
operated at the same time.

Record/ Replay

The player supports recording through built-in microphone and can save WAV and ACT formats. It also 
supports real digital A-B replay or comparison replay.

7 Preset EQ 

Normal, Rock, Pop, Classic, Soft, Jazz and DBB

Multi-play Mode

Normal, Repeat One, Folder, Repeat Folder, Repeat All, Random, Intro.

Power Off

You can set the Sleep Timer or Off Time modes.

GUI (Graphic User Interface) Menu 

User-friendly animation menu with corresponding characters.

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3

• LCD display

Your digital audio player My Scene works with 1 x AAA battery. 
1. Open the battery compartment located at the bottom of the audio player. 
2. Insert 1 x AAA battery with the + sign facing upwards. 
3. Close back the battery compartment. 

Do not use rechargeable batteries. Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.  Different types 
of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed. Only batteries of the same or equivalent type 
as  recommended  are  to  be  used.  Batteries  are  to  be  inserted  with  the  correct  polarity.  Exhausted 
batteries are to be removed from the unit. The supply terminals are not to be short circuited. Do not 
throw batteries into a fire. Remove the batteries if you are not going to use the unit for a long period of 
time. 

WARNING:  If  the  unit  malfunctions  or  receives  an  electrostatic  shock,  remove  the  batteries  and/or 
perform the Reset procedure.

Indicates that battery is 1.5V and the power in battery will decrease with usage.

Indicates low battery power and new battery should be replaced.

 INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on the purchase of your Lexibook My Scene digital audio player. Please read the user 
manual thoroughly before operating the device. This digital audio player is a portable device, supporting 
multiple  music  formats  including  MP3,  WMA,  WAV,  etc.  It  is  strongly  recommended  that  you  read 
through the user guide before connecting the player with your PC.

 Features

key layout

 ILLUSTRATION

 Battery Installation 

 Basic Operation

The player has a 9-level battery monitoring system:

• Power On/Off 

1. Turn on automatically
• No battery power: Insert the battery. After six seconds, the player turns 
on automatically and enters the interface:

• when connecting the USB wire to PC, the player turn on automatically 
and will be entering USB mode:

2. Turn ON/Off
When the audio player is off, press and hold the Play button to turn the unit on. 
When the audio player is on, press and hold the Play button to turn the unit off. 


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• Browsing

- Browsing music files or menu options
- Press and hold       or       when playing music.

• Entering Different Modes

You may enter different modes from the main menu.
Main menu:

Record mode:

USB mode:

Music mode:

Voice mode:

System setting:

Note : press and hold the 

Menu

 button to return to the main menu while connecting the USB wire to PC, 

then you will enter in USB mode. 

• Volume Control

Scroll up to turn the 
volume up
Scroll down to turn the 
volume down 

• Entering Menu System

Press  the 

MENU

  button  to  enter  the  menu  system,  including  main  menu  (press  and  hold  the 

MENU

 

button at Stop state), submenu at Play mode (press to enter) and submenu at stop mode (press to enter).

Note:

 You may press the 

Play

 button to fast exit from any menu or option interfaces.

(e.g.: Volume 

Control Interface)

 Operating buttons

• Music mode  and Voice mode


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• Browsing

- Browsing music files or menu options
- Press and hold       or       when playing music.

• Entering Different Modes

You may enter different modes from the main menu.
Main menu:

Record mode:

USB mode:

Music mode:

Voice mode:

System setting:

Note : press and hold the 

Menu

 button to return to the main menu while connecting the USB wire to PC, 

then you will enter in USB mode. 

• Volume Control

Scroll up to turn the 
volume up
Scroll down to turn the 
volume down 

• Entering Menu System

Press  the 

MENU

  button  to  enter  the  menu  system,  including  main  menu  (press  and  hold  the 

MENU

 

button at Stop state), submenu at Play mode (press to enter) and submenu at stop mode (press to enter).

Note:

 You may press the 

Play

 button to fast exit from any menu or option interfaces.

(e.g.: Volume 

Control Interface)

 Operating buttons

• Music mode  and Voice mode


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 Play Music

• Record Mode

• Basic Operation

1. Plug the earphones in the jack. 
2. Press and hold the PLAY button to turn on the player and enter Music mode. Press PLAY button again 
to play music
3. Choose a track
Last: to choose previous track
Next: to choose next track
4. Volume control
Vol+ button: increase volume
Vol- button: decrease volume

• EQUALIZER Mode

1. When playing music

2. Press the Menu button to enter 
play-submenu

3. Push Next button to select “Equalizer” option:

4. Press Menu button to enter selection 
menu of EQ mode: 

5.Push the Next button to select 
equalizer, and press the Menu button 
to confirm.

•Equalizer options£∫
Natural
Rock
Pop
Classical
Soft
Jazz  
DBB

• Lyric Display (Karaoke Function)

This player supports “*.LRC” lyric files (user can download from http://www.51lrc.com), and lyrics can be 

displayed while playing music.

• How to use lyric files?

Save the lyric file with the same name as that of the corresponding music file.

For example:   Music file name: GiGi-Sky.mp3

 

Lyric file name:   GiGi-Sky.lrc

• How to know whether the lyrics exist? 

If the current song has matching lyric files, the icon        will change to        on the left top at music mode.

• How to display lyric?

1. Current song has matching lyric files,

2. Press and hold the Menu button to enter lyric 

interface:

4.Press the Menu button to return to the 

music play mode

5.Browse lyrics manually.

Press VOL +/VOL- to browse lyrics.

5. Record Voice

Make sure that the battery is NOT in the status of “low battery”.

The player can save up to 99 recording files under each directory. 

• Immediate Recording 

Press and hold the EQ/REC button to start immediate recording on any STOP status.

Press EQ/REC again to stop the recording.


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 Play Music

• Record Mode

• Basic Operation

1. Plug the earphones in the jack. 
2. Press and hold the PLAY button to turn on the player and enter Music mode. Press PLAY button again 
to play music
3. Choose a track
Last: to choose previous track
Next: to choose next track
4. Volume control
Vol+ button: increase volume
Vol- button: decrease volume

• EQUALIZER Mode

1. When playing music

2. Press the Menu button to enter 
play-submenu

3. Push Next button to select “Equalizer” option:

4. Press Menu button to enter selection 
menu of EQ mode: 

5.Push the Next button to select 
equalizer, and press the Menu button 
to confirm.

•Equalizer options£∫
Natural
Rock
Pop
Classical
Soft
Jazz  
DBB

• Lyric Display (Karaoke Function)

This player supports “*.LRC” lyric files (user can download from http://www.51lrc.com), and lyrics can be 

displayed while playing music.

• How to use lyric files?

Save the lyric file with the same name as that of the corresponding music file.

For example:   Music file name: GiGi-Sky.mp3

 

Lyric file name:   GiGi-Sky.lrc

• How to know whether the lyrics exist? 

If the current song has matching lyric files, the icon        will change to        on the left top at music mode.

• How to display lyric?

1. Current song has matching lyric files,

2. Press and hold the Menu button to enter lyric 

interface:

4.Press the Menu button to return to the 

music play mode

5.Browse lyrics manually.

Press VOL +/VOL- to browse lyrics.

5. Record Voice

Make sure that the battery is NOT in the status of “low battery”.

The player can save up to 99 recording files under each directory. 

• Immediate Recording 

Press and hold the EQ/REC button to start immediate recording on any STOP status.

Press EQ/REC again to stop the recording.


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 Play Recorded Files

• Start recording in Record Mode 

1. Enter the main menu.

2. Push NEXT switch to choose recording mode.

3. Press MENU button to enter Record mode

4. Press PLAY button to start recording.

5. Other operations are same as those of “Immediate Record” , only the 

Play

 button instead of 

REC

 

button should be pressed

Note:

 

• The recorded file is saved in the current folder set in “Recording Stop submenu/ /Local Folder”.
• If “Overflow” is displayed on the LCD, the player’s memory is full. Please delete other files to make 
some space available.
• If “out of” is displayed on the LCD, the current directory has already had 99 recording files. Please 
switch to another directory.
• Only Play and REC buttons function in the course of recording.

• Select Recording Type

1. On the status of Stop Record

2. Press MENU button to enter Record Submenu.

3. Right push Next button to choose REC 
Type option

5. Push NEXT button to select desired recording type

6. Press MENU to confirm the type selected

7. Press PLAY button to start recording

• REC type:

1. Enter the main menu : 

2. Rightward push the NEXT button to choose “Voice mode”

3. Press the MENU button to enter 

Voice mode interface.

4. Press the 

PLAY

 button to start playing.

5. Select recorded files:

Last: to select the previous recorded file

Next: to select the next recorded file

 System Setting

• Parameters Introduction


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 Play Recorded Files

• Start recording in Record Mode 

1. Enter the main menu.

2. Push NEXT switch to choose recording mode.

3. Press MENU button to enter Record mode

4. Press PLAY button to start recording.

5. Other operations are same as those of “Immediate Record” , only the 

Play

 button instead of 

REC

 

button should be pressed

Note:

 

• The recorded file is saved in the current folder set in “Recording Stop submenu/ /Local Folder”.
• If “Overflow” is displayed on the LCD, the player’s memory is full. Please delete other files to make 
some space available.
• If “out of” is displayed on the LCD, the current directory has already had 99 recording files. Please 
switch to another directory.
• Only Play and REC buttons function in the course of recording.

• Select Recording Type

1. On the status of Stop Record

2. Press MENU button to enter Record Submenu.

3. Right push Next button to choose REC 
Type option

5. Push NEXT button to select desired recording type

6. Press MENU to confirm the type selected

7. Press PLAY button to start recording

• REC type:

1. Enter the main menu : 

2. Rightward push the NEXT button to choose “Voice mode”

3. Press the MENU button to enter 

Voice mode interface.

4. Press the 

PLAY

 button to start playing.

5. Select recorded files:

Last: to select the previous recorded file

Next: to select the next recorded file

 System Setting

• Parameters Introduction


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• Instruction

“Record Time” 

1. System Setting Interface

“Back light” setting

1. System Setting interface, push Next key to select “Back light” icon

2. Press Menu button to enter “Back light” setting interface: 

3. Push Next/Last button to adjust time

4. Press Menu to confirm to exit.

Language

1. At System setting interface, push 

Next/Last

 button to select “Language” icon:

2. Press 

Menu

 button to enter “Language” setting interface:

  

3. Push 

Next/Last 

button to select desired language.

The icons correspond to :  

               Simple Chinese

               English

               Traditional Chinese

4. Press 

Menu

 to confirm to exit.

Power Off

Off Time mode refers that after a fixed period of time (unit: second) when no operation on keys at Stop 

mode, the player may turns off automatically to save power. If “0” is selected, power saving function is 

invalid. Sleep Timer refers that you may set a fixed period of time (unit: minute) for the player to turn 

off automatically when no keys operation no matter which mode it is at. This function is specially 

designed for listening to music before sleep. 

Note:

 Setting of Sleep Timer is valid only once and the set time will be cleared after power off. The 

time needs to be set again next time.

2. Press 

Menu

 to enter Record Time Interface

3. Press VOL+ to set time in sequence of “YY-MM-DD” (Press VOL- to set in opposite sequence)

Icon of year flickering:

1. Push Next / Last button to adjust numbers 

  Number of Year increasing: 

2.  Press Menu to confirm and exit the current interface.

Online Mode

Some operating systems (under Windows 2K SP4) can not support two driver letters in one USB disk. 

Thus, if “Private Space” function is on, choose which disk you are going to use, i.e., “single ordinary 

disk” or “single encrypted disk”, in order for correct display of selected disk after connecting to PC.

Replay Mode

Manual Replay means that at A-B Replay Mode the endpoint B can be set manually only.

Auto Replay means that at A-B Replay Mode the endpoint B can be set automatically. (Especially for 

English Reading files without music) 

Contrast 

Tuning the contrast of Display.

Background color 

You may change the color of the LCD background according to the code list below : 

Color 1: White

Color 2: Orange

Color 3: Green

Color 4: Cyan 

Color 5: Blue

Color 6: Purple

Color 7: Water blue

Color 8: seven color Loop

Memory Info

The number displayed represents total memory capacity and the percentage refers the capacity used.

Firmware Version

Displays Firmware version information

Firmware Upgrade

 It is specially designed for Firmware Upgrade.


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• Instruction

“Record Time” 

1. System Setting Interface

“Back light” setting

1. System Setting interface, push Next key to select “Back light” icon

2. Press Menu button to enter “Back light” setting interface: 

3. Push Next/Last button to adjust time

4. Press Menu to confirm to exit.

Language

1. At System setting interface, push 

Next/Last

 button to select “Language” icon:

2. Press 

Menu

 button to enter “Language” setting interface:

  

3. Push 

Next/Last 

button to select desired language.

The icons correspond to :  

               Simple Chinese

               English

               Traditional Chinese

4. Press 

Menu

 to confirm to exit.

Power Off

Off Time mode refers that after a fixed period of time (unit: second) when no operation on keys at Stop 

mode, the player may turns off automatically to save power. If “0” is selected, power saving function is 

invalid. Sleep Timer refers that you may set a fixed period of time (unit: minute) for the player to turn 

off automatically when no keys operation no matter which mode it is at. This function is specially 

designed for listening to music before sleep. 

Note:

 Setting of Sleep Timer is valid only once and the set time will be cleared after power off. The 

time needs to be set again next time.

2. Press 

Menu

 to enter Record Time Interface

3. Press VOL+ to set time in sequence of “YY-MM-DD” (Press VOL- to set in opposite sequence)

Icon of year flickering:

1. Push Next / Last button to adjust numbers 

  Number of Year increasing: 

2.  Press Menu to confirm and exit the current interface.

Online Mode

Some operating systems (under Windows 2K SP4) can not support two driver letters in one USB disk. 

Thus, if “Private Space” function is on, choose which disk you are going to use, i.e., “single ordinary 

disk” or “single encrypted disk”, in order for correct display of selected disk after connecting to PC.

Replay Mode

Manual Replay means that at A-B Replay Mode the endpoint B can be set manually only.

Auto Replay means that at A-B Replay Mode the endpoint B can be set automatically. (Especially for 

English Reading files without music) 

Contrast 

Tuning the contrast of Display.

Background color 

You may change the color of the LCD background according to the code list below : 

Color 1: White

Color 2: Orange

Color 3: Green

Color 4: Cyan 

Color 5: Blue

Color 6: Purple

Color 7: Water blue

Color 8: seven color Loop

Memory Info

The number displayed represents total memory capacity and the percentage refers the capacity used.

Firmware Version

Displays Firmware version information

Firmware Upgrade

 It is specially designed for Firmware Upgrade.


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The player supports standard USB disk function with operating system of Windows98 (driver needed), 

Windows 2K and above (driver free), Mac OS 10.3 and above, Linux Redhat 8.0 and above.

The player supports power supply through USB. At Standby Mode, press Menu to enter the main 

menu, then select to enter desired mode.

The player also supports Suspend Mode.

How to connect to PC? Turn on the player and plugs the USB cable to enter the following Mode 1. The 

player may display three modes after connecting to PC:

1. Standby State       

2. Downloading state

3. Uploading Mode

New Folder

The player can identify the 99 folders set up in the 

Movable U-disk.

Select Folders (At Stop Submenu)

Users can save files in different folders (folders should be set up on PC in advance), to manage and 

play files according to different types. The player supports identification of 99 subdirectories.

1. At Stop interface. (Current example is at 

Music Mode, and folders can be selected at both 

Record and Voice Mode as well.)

2. Press 

Menu

 to enter Stop Submenu.

3. Press 

Menu

 again to enter Select Folder 

interface.

4. Press 

Next

 or 

Last

 to select folders.

5. Press Menu to confirm the folders selected

Note: 

Independent folders can be set at corresponding modes as Music Mode, Record Mode and 

Voice Mode, i.e., three modes are not bound to correspond with the same folder.

 USB Disk

 Others setting

Delete File (At Stop Submenu)

Files and FM stations can be deleted at corresponding modes as Music Mode, Voice Mode and FM 

Mode.

1. At Stop Interface. No Stop 

Interface exists at FM Mode.

2. Press Menu to enter Stop Submenu.

3. Press Next/Last to select “Delete” 

or “Delete All”.

4. Press Menu to enter Delete Interface.

5. Push Next to switch between “NO” and 

“YES”.

6. Press Menu to confirm and deletion 

starts.

• “Delete All” means to delete all the relevant files at current mode in current folder. (For example, at 

Music Mode executing “Delete All”, all the music files in current files may be deleted, while recorded 

files without change.)

• The deleting interface is much simpler at FM Mode, only follow the 3rd step. It is the saved stations 

to be deleted.

Play Mode (Play Submenu)

When playing music and recorded files, 

different play modes can be selected. (such 

as Repeat, shuffle, etc.

The first option in Play Submenu is Play 

Mode. The player will play files according to 

the mode selected. 

Tempo Rate (Play Submenu)

When playing music (Only for MP3 formats) or recorded files, different tempo rate can be set (faster or 

slower) without changing the tone and sound.


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The player supports standard USB disk function with operating system of Windows98 (driver needed), 

Windows 2K and above (driver free), Mac OS 10.3 and above, Linux Redhat 8.0 and above.

The player supports power supply through USB. At Standby Mode, press Menu to enter the main 

menu, then select to enter desired mode.

The player also supports Suspend Mode.

How to connect to PC? Turn on the player and plugs the USB cable to enter the following Mode 1. The 

player may display three modes after connecting to PC:

1. Standby State       

2. Downloading state

3. Uploading Mode

New Folder

The player can identify the 99 folders set up in the 

Movable U-disk.

Select Folders (At Stop Submenu)

Users can save files in different folders (folders should be set up on PC in advance), to manage and 

play files according to different types. The player supports identification of 99 subdirectories.

1. At Stop interface. (Current example is at 

Music Mode, and folders can be selected at both 

Record and Voice Mode as well.)

2. Press 

Menu

 to enter Stop Submenu.

3. Press 

Menu

 again to enter Select Folder 

interface.

4. Press 

Next

 or 

Last

 to select folders.

5. Press Menu to confirm the folders selected

Note: 

Independent folders can be set at corresponding modes as Music Mode, Record Mode and 

Voice Mode, i.e., three modes are not bound to correspond with the same folder.

 USB Disk

 Others setting

Delete File (At Stop Submenu)

Files and FM stations can be deleted at corresponding modes as Music Mode, Voice Mode and FM 

Mode.

1. At Stop Interface. No Stop 

Interface exists at FM Mode.

2. Press Menu to enter Stop Submenu.

3. Press Next/Last to select “Delete” 

or “Delete All”.

4. Press Menu to enter Delete Interface.

5. Push Next to switch between “NO” and 

“YES”.

6. Press Menu to confirm and deletion 

starts.

• “Delete All” means to delete all the relevant files at current mode in current folder. (For example, at 

Music Mode executing “Delete All”, all the music files in current files may be deleted, while recorded 

files without change.)

• The deleting interface is much simpler at FM Mode, only follow the 3rd step. It is the saved stations 

to be deleted.

Play Mode (Play Submenu)

When playing music and recorded files, 

different play modes can be selected. (such 

as Repeat, shuffle, etc.

The first option in Play Submenu is Play 

Mode. The player will play files according to 

the mode selected. 

Tempo Rate (Play Submenu)

When playing music (Only for MP3 formats) or recorded files, different tempo rate can be set (faster or 

slower) without changing the tone and sound.


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6. Press Mode button to confirm desired 

tempo rate to exit the current interface.

1. When playing music files

2. Press 

Menu 

to enter Play Submenu

3. Push 

Next

 to select Tempo Rate

4. Press 

Menu

 to enter Tempo Rate

5. Push 

Next

 to quicken tempo rate and 

push 

Last

 to slow down tempo rate.

Note:

 Tempo Rate set is suitable to each music files till it is changed.

Replay Mode

• Press 

EQ /

 

REC

 button to enter.

Operation refers to the following contents.

• To enter play submenu.

1. At Music Mode or Voice Mode

2. Press 

Menu

 to enter Play Submenu. 

3. Push 

Next

 to select “Replay”.

4. Press 

Menu

 to enter Replay. “A” 

flickers in Replay Mode icon       

and start point is to be set. 

5. Push 

Next

 to set “A”. 

After “A” set, “B” flickers in icon       , and 

endpoint B needs to be set. 

6. Push Next to set “B”. 

Replay icon        is fixed and A-B segment replay begins. When replay times count up to times set in 

advance, the player will quit from Replay Mode. At Replay Mode, pushing Last can set “A” again to 

select another segment. (Setting of replay times refers to “Replay Times” in the next section. At Replay 

Mode, Press 

VOL+/VOL-

 may set Tempo Rate directly.

A-B Replay 

Follow Read (This function does not exist at Voice Mode) 

1. Replaying A-B segment, Push 

Next

 to enter Follow Read Mode. 

2. Replay icon       changes to Follow Read icon       , and record sound of users is recorded. The 

recording time is as long as A-B segment. 

3. After recording time, the icon changes to      , and original sound is played. Push Next button to 

enter Comparison.

At this mode, pushing Last button may return to A-B Replay Mode.

Comparison (This function does not exist at Voice Mode)

1. Enter this mode, Replay icon changes to       and the recorded sound of users is played.

2. After playing the recorded sound, the icon changes to       , and original sound is played

3. After playing the original sound, the recorded sound is played again. The whole procedure will not 

stop (without limitation by Replay Times) until press 

Menu

 to exit.

• At this mode pushing Last may return to Follow Read Mode.

• At the three modes above, pressing Menu may exit from Replay Mode directly.

Replay Times (Play Submenu)

Operating steps refer to Backlight setting.

Replay times mean that after A-B segment has been replayed up to fixed times, it will exit from Replay 

Mode.

Replay Gap (Play Submenu)

Operating steps refer to Backlight setting.

Replay gap means the break period between different playing times (unit: second).

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6. Press Mode button to confirm desired 

tempo rate to exit the current interface.

1. When playing music files

2. Press 

Menu 

to enter Play Submenu

3. Push 

Next

 to select Tempo Rate

4. Press 

Menu

 to enter Tempo Rate

5. Push 

Next

 to quicken tempo rate and 

push 

Last

 to slow down tempo rate.

Note:

 Tempo Rate set is suitable to each music files till it is changed.

Replay Mode

• Press 

EQ /

 

REC

 button to enter.

Operation refers to the following contents.

• To enter play submenu.

1. At Music Mode or Voice Mode

2. Press 

Menu

 to enter Play Submenu. 

3. Push 

Next

 to select “Replay”.

4. Press 

Menu

 to enter Replay. “A” 

flickers in Replay Mode icon       

and start point is to be set. 

5. Push 

Next

 to set “A”. 

After “A” set, “B” flickers in icon       , and 

endpoint B needs to be set. 

6. Push Next to set “B”. 

Replay icon        is fixed and A-B segment replay begins. When replay times count up to times set in 

advance, the player will quit from Replay Mode. At Replay Mode, pushing Last can set “A” again to 

select another segment. (Setting of replay times refers to “Replay Times” in the next section. At Replay 

Mode, Press 

VOL+/VOL-

 may set Tempo Rate directly.

A-B Replay 

Follow Read (This function does not exist at Voice Mode) 

1. Replaying A-B segment, Push 

Next

 to enter Follow Read Mode. 

2. Replay icon       changes to Follow Read icon       , and record sound of users is recorded. The 

recording time is as long as A-B segment. 

3. After recording time, the icon changes to      , and original sound is played. Push Next button to 

enter Comparison.

At this mode, pushing Last button may return to A-B Replay Mode.

Comparison (This function does not exist at Voice Mode)

1. Enter this mode, Replay icon changes to       and the recorded sound of users is played.

2. After playing the recorded sound, the icon changes to       , and original sound is played

3. After playing the original sound, the recorded sound is played again. The whole procedure will not 

stop (without limitation by Replay Times) until press 

Menu

 to exit.

• At this mode pushing Last may return to Follow Read Mode.

• At the three modes above, pressing Menu may exit from Replay Mode directly.

Replay Times (Play Submenu)

Operating steps refer to Backlight setting.

Replay times mean that after A-B segment has been replayed up to fixed times, it will exit from Replay 

Mode.

Replay Gap (Play Submenu)

Operating steps refer to Backlight setting.

Replay gap means the break period between different playing times (unit: second).

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Specification

FCC Notice

Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant 

to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful 

interference  in  a  residential  installation.  This  equipment  generates,  uses  and  can  radiate  radio 

frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful 

interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in 

a  particular  installation.  If  this  equipment  does  cause  harmful  interference  to  radio  or  television 

reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try 

to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

© 2005 LEXIBOOK®
IM code: DMP128MSIM0255

Web: http://www.lexibook.com

• The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.

• No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the express written

consent of the manufacturer.

Warning: the excessive use of this product at full power might damage hearing.

Environmental Protection
Unwanted electrical appliances can be recycled 
and should not be discarded along with regular 
household waste! Please actively support the 
conservation of resources and help protect the 
environment by returning this appliance to a 
collection centre (if available).

Note:

 It is recommended that all packaging be kept for future reference. Keep this

instruction manual in a safe place as it contains important information.

In our constant concern for improvement, the colours and details of the product may

differ slightly from those shown on the packaging.


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17

Specification

FCC Notice

Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant 

to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful 

interference  in  a  residential  installation.  This  equipment  generates,  uses  and  can  radiate  radio 

frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful 

interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in 

a  particular  installation.  If  this  equipment  does  cause  harmful  interference  to  radio  or  television 

reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try 

to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

© 2005 LEXIBOOK®
IM code: DMP128MSIM0255

Web: http://www.lexibook.com

• The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.

• No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the express written

consent of the manufacturer.

Warning: the excessive use of this product at full power might damage hearing.

Environmental Protection
Unwanted electrical appliances can be recycled 
and should not be discarded along with regular 
household waste! Please actively support the 
conservation of resources and help protect the 
environment by returning this appliance to a 
collection centre (if available).

Note:

 It is recommended that all packaging be kept for future reference. Keep this

instruction manual in a safe place as it contains important information.

In our constant concern for improvement, the colours and details of the product may

differ slightly from those shown on the packaging.