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Friday, July 05, 2002
CyQve MP3 Deluxe

3. LCD Screen

CyQve MP3 Deluxe -  Page 3

The player comes with a dot-matrix LCD panel (3cm x 1.3cm) that can display up to 2x 12 characters. There is also an option to display other languages than English (default). A very positive point is the adoption of ID information (both IDE3 v1.0 and v2.0), the track number, the folder contents display, the elapsed time, the playback file (mp3, cda, mp2), the possible equalization mode, the shock proof protection and the A-B setting. The ID title of the track scrolls so you can see the track name and artist:

On the top of the drive we can find all the necessary buttons to operate the player. There are the four basic buttons (Play/Pause, Stop, Next/Fast Forward, Previous/Fast Rewind) that are known to most users. In addition, four other buttons are placed around the LCD screen with various functions:

- Mode button

The Mode button circles between:

  • Direct Play
  • Random Play
  • Introduction (10secs) Play
  • Program Play
  • Repeat Play (One/All/One & All)

The selection apears in the LCD screen.

- EQ

CyQve MP3 Deluxe comes with five equalizer presets:

  • Normal
  • Classic
  • Pop
  • Jazz
  • Rock

The current selection appears on the LCD screen.

- ESP

The CyQve MP3 Deluxe player includes 8MB SD-RAM buffer that protects playback from shocks. With CD-DA format there is protection up to 120secs, while with MP3 this reaches the 400sec. That would be enough even for hardcore joggers. By pressing the ESP button there are three available options:

  • No ESP
  • CD-DAE ESP
  • VCD ESP
  • MP3 ESP

- A-B

After pressing this button two times (A and B) the selected time period will be repeated periodically. The A-B selection blinks on the top of the LCD screen.

- MP3 Playback

When a disc with MP3 files is inserted, the CyQve MP3 Deluxe will read the disc contents and display the disc folders among with the total files:

In the next picture, we can see the folder number (03), the track number inside this folder, (10) and the playback time:

- CD-DA Playback

When an Audio disc is inserted, if you have enabled the anti-shock protection (ESP), you will see the total songs (5 in our case and the disc total time (21:26):

If we disable "ESP" the CDA will come up showing the inserted disc is an Audio disc

Lastly, during the playback process, we can see the track number and the elapsed time




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