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* Dimensions: 4.11 x 2.72 x 1.04 cm; * Weight: 15.6 g .; * Memory: 1 GB; * Operating frequencies: from 20 Hz to 20 KHz; * Supported formats: MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store, M4A, M4B, M4P), Audible (formats 2, 3 and 4), WAV and AIFF; * Battery life: up to 12 hours; * Full charge time: about 4 hours.
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The built-in mount lets you wear iPod shuffle on clothing. Fasten it on a sleeve, sport shorts or jacket. No matter where you wear your iPod shuffle, it will always be a bright part of your style.
Control Panel: The central button is for playback and pause. Buttons around the center - to return to the previous song, go to the next or adjust the volume. Despite the lack of a key lock switch for all (hold) keys, you can lock (or vice versa, unlock) the control block by pressing and holding the central key for three seconds. After that, any keystroke of the control unit will be ignored, and the indicator will light up yellow. Stirring switch- Change for the better. Mix the music by sliding the mixing switch. Put it back in place and listen to your playlists, workout music, and albums in the order in which you synced them to iTunes.
Battery charge indicator
* Green color- sufficient charge level (30-100%). * Orange color- low charge level (10-30%). * Red color- very low charge level (less than 10%). * The indicator is not lit - the battery is completely discharged * Flashing green, then twice orange for 10 seconds - ERROR. You need to restore iPod shuffle. When the player is in the dock, then the orange color of the indicator means charging, green - that the player is fully charged, and blinking orange - that the player cannot be switched off now, it is either synchronized or not removed from the system (in disk use mode). While playing musicWhen you press any key, a green signal means playback, volume control, track change, or "rewind." Orange - lock the keyboard, reaching the volume limit. Alternately green and orange - the lack of compositions in the player. If the battery is nearly discharged, the shuffle signals as a constantly flashing red light.
iPod shuffle uses a mini-jack mini-sync connector for syncing, the player doesn't have any others. It is possible to use the player as a flash drive for transferring files, but it is unlikely that this opportunity will be of interest to a large number of users - 1 GB is not particularly suitable for these purposes. * When the player is in the dock, the orange color of the indicator means charging, green means that the player is fully charged,and flashing orange - that the player can not be turned off now, it is either synchronized or not unmounted (in disk use mode).[/ color]
Hello. Please tell me how to solve the problem. IвЂ™m listening to books from the iPad and, as evil, he began to trim the last 3-6 seconds of tracks. It is wildly annoying and sometimes the meaning is lost. Is it somehow being treated? thank
Hello. But can you tell me whether itвЂ™s possible to turn off auto-repeat in the playlist, or even do auto-pause after each track? Roughly speaking, so that he shuts up after a lost track, and not lose the next one? On phones, this moment was decided by creating a playlist for one song, but this beast doesnвЂ™t know how? We want to use it as a device for backing tracks, and we really need an autopause. The Internet is silent on this subject.
Who synchronizes music with what? I have 2 laptops, and sometimes I add from them, but here aytyuns grinds everything. What are the analogues? I used iMazing, but now I do not want it, it says it is formatted in a MacOS player. What else can you do?