Out of 32 Ratings

Owner's of the Jensen MP3 Player SMP-2GBL gave it a score of 3.2 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    3.19 out of 5
  • Durability

    3.19 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    3.59 out of 5
  • Performance

    3.68 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    2.55 out of 5
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> Confirm your selected function / setting / option under MENU or submenu;
> Save your new recording while in voice recording mode.
A-B / REC Button
Looped Playback Function (A-B) While unit is playing back a music or voice file, tap once to define the start
point A. Tap again to define end point B. The unit will start playing only the selected section automatically.
Tap A-B Button again to cancel the looped playback function.
Hold to:
Recording (REC)
Voice recording
This feature offers high quality/one-touch voice recording for lectures, interviews or meetings.
In MUSIC play or stop mode, press the REC button to go directly into REC mode. The unit will start recording
During recording, a flashing “ (dot) will appear on the lower left corner of the LCD screen.
To stop recording, press the Mode Key once. The recorded file will be named and saved automatically to the
non-erasable VOICE.DIR system folder located in the root directory. The saved files will be named
MIC0001.WAV, MIC0002.WAV, MIC0003.WAV and so on. When a recorded file is saved successfully, the unit will
automatically enter the VOICE playback mode.
Key Lock (Hold) Switch
You may lock all the control buttons on the unit to prevent accidental change to the intended function during
operation by sliding the Hold switch down as indicated by the arrow mark. A key lock icon will appear if you
attempt to press any button. To unlock, slide the Hold switch in the opposite direction of the arrow mark
ID3 Tag Display
This unit is able to display the title, artist, album, etc. of the current track during playback.
In case if the ID3 tag information is too long to be displayed all at once on the LCD screen, the hidden information
will scroll from right to left across the LCD.
Unit does not turn on
- Check battery power, replace with a fresh battery if necessary.
- Check if the HOLD switch is engaged.
No music is heard in the
- Check the Volume level.
- Check the earbud connection.
- Verify if the music file format is supported by this unit.
Cannot download music
into your unit
- Check USB connection between this unit and your computer
- Check if your unit is already full. Delete some files to make space if
Product becomes frozen
after an electrostatic
- Remove the battery and allow the unit to reset itself for 5 minutes. Avoid
operating the unit in an extremely dry household environment again.