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Contents 1 Introduction 1 Features 2

Product specifications

3

Safety notice

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What’s in the box

5 Product description 7 Remote control 8 Getting started 13 Setup 20 Transferring your media files 25 Playing a slideshow 33 Playing a slideshow with music 34 Playing video files 37 Playing music files 39 File mode 43 Clock and Calendar 44 Contact us 44 Frequently asked questions


Introduction Congratulations on the purchase of your 15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim. This user guide will help you with the setup and playback of your photo, music and video collection.

Features •

15 inch TFT digital display with a 1024 x 768 resolution and 4:3 aspect ratio

2GB internal memory, copy files from your computer, memory card or USB

memory stick directly to the internal memory

Play photos, videos and music from the internal memory, memory card

or USB memory stick

Play a photo slideshow with transitions and background music

Built-in clock and calendar with slideshow function

Wall mountable with an integrated Kensington Slot

Includes a mini remote control - select a different photo, pause a

slideshow, zoom, rotate and other functions available

Built-in schedule function to turn the Digital Photo Frame on and off at designated times

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Product specifications Screen size

15 inch

Screen type

TFT digital display

Resolution

1024 x 768

Aspect ratio

4:3

Brightness 200cd/m² Contrast

500:1

Viewing angle

60° (left/right/vertical), 40° (horizontal)

USB

USB 2.0 Host, Mini USB

Audio output

3.5 mm stereo plug

Speaker

Stereo (2 Watts)

Picture format

BMP, JPEG (maximum resolution 8000 x 8000)

Picture capacity

Maximum 1000 picture files

Video format

MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, M-JPEG, Xvid, AVI (maximum

resolution 1024 x 768)

Audio format

MP3, WMA

Memory cards

MMC, MS, SD, SDHC (maximum 16GB)

Language

English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

Working temperature

0°C ~ 40°C, Humidity 10 - 85%

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Safety notice Do not place your Kaiser Baas 15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim in places that are exposed to oil, water or dust. Keep your Kaiser Baas 15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim away from heat sources such as heaters. Do not try and disassemble or remodel the Kaiser Baas 15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim. Doing so my cause the unit to malfunction and may void the warranty. Do not touch the power cable with wet hands or use defective power cables as it may cause electric shocks or fire. Do not drop the Kaiser Baas 15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim as it may cause serious damage and may void the warranty. Place all magnetised devices such as speakers away from the Kaiser Baas 15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim as it may erase or cause damage to the on-board memory.

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What’s in the box

15” Digital Photo Frame Ultra-Slim POWER

BGM

MENU

USB cable

Power adaptor

MUTE

RETURN

OK SETUP

PLAY/PAUSE POWER

VOL-

VOL+

BGM

MENU

ZOOM

MUTE

RETURN

OK

ROTATE SETUP

VOL-

PLAY/PAUSE

VOL+

ZOOM

ROTATE

User guide

Bracket

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Warranty card

Remote control


Product description Right side

USB input

Memory card slot DC input

Headphone / speaker output

Mini USB

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Rear

Ok / play / pause Power button

SD/MMC/MS CARD

Up / previous photo / previous music track / previous video

USB

Down / next photo / next music track / next video

MINI USB

Right / volume +

MENU

Left / volume –

Menu

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Remote control

POWER

1

BGM

4

3 RETURN

5

7

8

OK

9

PLAY/PAUSE

11

10 VOL-

14 11

16 10

11 17

Press this button to play a slideshow with music

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MUTE

Press to mute the audio

4

MENU

5

UP POWER

6

MENU

7

ZOOM

Directional button, press to display a previous RETURN photo or play a previous music track Confirm selection

RETURN

Directional button, press to display the next

photo or play the next music track

SETUP

OK playing a slideshow or video file

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VOL-

LEFT

MENU

RIGHT

18 12

SETUP

Press to go to the previous screen or to MUTE stop playing a slideshow, music track or video file

OK

15 12 ROTATE

RETURN

8

10

Press to access the main menu Directional button, press to display a previous BGM or play a previous MUTE music track photo

BGM

9

12 VOL+

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Turn the device on or off

BGM

POWER 6

SETUP

POWER

2

MUTE

2 MENU

1

DOWN SETUP OK

Press to access the on-screen menu when Directional button, press to display the next PLAY/PAUSE photo or play the next music track

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PLAY/PAUSE PLAY/PAUSE Play or pause a slideshow, music track or video file

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VOL-

VOL-

Press to decrease the volume

14 11

VOL+

Press to increase the volume

15 12

ZOOM

Press to magnify a photo or video

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Press to displayROTATE a previous photo, play a previous music track or play a previous video file

11 17

18 12

ROTATE

VOL+

VOL+

ZOOM

ZOOM

ROTATE Press to display the next photo, play the

next music track or play the next video file Press to rotate the photo by 90째, 180째 and 270째

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Getting started To prevent scratches on the display during transport, there is a protective plastic sheet covering the screen. Please remove this before use –

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Connect the power adaptor to the DC input located on the right hand side of the frame -

SD/MMC/MS CARD USB MINI USB

MENU

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Connect the other end into the mains power point –

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Insert the bracket into the rear of the frame and screw in securely -

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Remove the plastic tab from the remote control before use -

POWER

BGM

MENU

MUTE

RETURN

OK SETUP

VOL-

PLAY/PAUSE

VOL+

ZOOM

ROTATE

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Setup To turn on the frame, press the power button on the remote control or the power button located on the back of the frame -

POWER

BGM

MENU

MUTE

RETURN

VOL-

PLAY/PAUSE

VOL+

SD/MMC/MS CARD

OK SETUP

ZOOM

USB

ROTATE

MINI USB

MENU

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You will see the ‘Kaiser Baas’ logo and a slide show will start playing.

There are a number of picture files on the on-board memory for demonstration purposes.

The files can be deleted if they are no longer required. (see page 39 for instructions).

Press the ‘MENU’ button to exit the slide show. You will now see the following screen -

Press the directional button

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to select ‘Setup’ and press ‘OK’ to confirm.


There are a number of options that you can change Language

Change the on-screen language

Slideshow Time

Change the time that each picture is displayed

Slideshow Mode

Change the type of transitions that you want displayed

between each picture

Music Repeat Mode

Change the repeat mode when playing music tracks

Movie Repeat Mode

Change the repeat mode when playing video files

Slideshow Option

Change the slideshow display from random to sequence

Time

Change the date and time

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Display Mode

This will change how a photo or video is displayed –

Wide mode

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Normal mode

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Alarm

A daily or once only alarm can be enabled

Brightness

Change the brightness level

Contrast

Change the contrast level

Saturation

Change the saturation level

Auto Power On

Enable the frame to be turned on at a particular time

Auto Power Off

Enable the frame to be turned off at a particular time

AutoPlay

Choose what to display first when the frame is turned on

Default

Return to factory default settings

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Press the

or

button to select a different feature to change.

To change settings press the

or

button to scroll through the options available.

Press the ‘OK’ button to confirm the change. If you don’t press the ‘OK’ button, your changes will not be saved. When changing the time do the following – Select Time, press the

button to select the year and press the

change the year, press the

or

arrow buttons to

button to select the month and press the

to change the month, press the

or

button to select the date and press the

arrow buttons or

arrow

buttons to change the date, press the button to select the hour (the time is in 24 hour format) and press the

or

minutes and press the

arrow buttons to change the hour, press the or

button to select the

arrow buttons to change the minutes.

Press the ‘OK’ button to confirm the changes. Repeat the above steps for alarm and auto on / off. Press the ‘RETURN’ button to exit setup.

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Transferring your media files The 15� Digital Photo Frame has 2GB of on-board memory. To play your photo, music and video files from the on-board memory, you need to connect the frame to your computer to copy over your files. Connect the USB cable into the Mini USB input on the left hand side of the frame -

SD/MMC/MS CARD USB MENU

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Connect the other end of the cable into a spare USB port on the computer –

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You will see the following message on the frame -

The computer will detect the frame as a removable device.

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Windows Click ‘Start’ > ‘Computer’, you will see a ‘Removable Disk’ icon with 1.83GB free. Double click this to access the on-board memory. It is recommended to create folders as it will be easier to organise your files. Click ‘New folder’ and create a ‘Photos’ folder for your picture files, a ‘Music’ folder for your music files and a ‘Videos’ folder for your video files. You can also create sub-folders within those folders, for example, ‘Photos’ > ‘Birthdays’. Copy your selected media files into the relevant folders. When you have finished, disconnect the USB cable from the frame. Press the ‘POWER’ button on the remote control to turn the frame off and then on again to initialise the files.

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Mac On the desktop you will see this icon –

Double click this to access the on-board memory. It is recommended to create folders as it will be easier to organise your files. Click ‘File’ > ‘New Folder’ and create a ‘Photos’ folder for your picture files, a ‘Music’ folder for your music files and a ‘Videos’ folder for your video files. You can also create sub-folders within those folders, for example, ‘Photos’ > ‘Birthdays’. Copy your selected media files into the relevant folders. When you have finished, disconnect the USB cable from the frame. Press the ‘Power’ button on the remote control to turn the frame off and then on again to initialise the files.

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Playing a slideshow To play a slideshow, press the

or

button to select the location of your files then press ‘OK’.

For the on-board memory select ‘NAND’ –

For memory card select ‘SD/MMC’ –

For USB memory stick select ‘USB’ –

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Us the

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or

button to select ‘Photo’ then press the ‘OK’ button.


You will now see thumbnail images of your photo files –

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The file name of the selected file will scroll across at the bottom left of the screen and the creation date and time will be displayed at the bottom right.

img1/13.jpg

2012/-6/-2 10:51:56

Any album art included with your music files will also be displayed with your photo files. If you

don’t want the album art to be displayed, go to ‘File’ and delete those files (see page 39 for

instructions).

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Press the

button to select a photo and press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to play a slideshow –

or

POWERPOWER

BGM

BGM

MENU MENU

MUTE MUTE

RETURN RETURN

OK OK SETUP SETUP

VOL-

PLAY/PAUSE PLAY/PAUSE

VOL+

ZOOM

VOL-

VOL+ If you have pressed the ‘OK’ZOOM button, this will display a single photo only.

Press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to start playing a slideshow.

Press the

or

ROTATE buttons ROTATE to select a different photo to display.

Press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to pause a slideshow and press again to continue playing.

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Press the ‘SETUP’ button to display the control menu 6.JPG

Press the ‘ZOOM’ button to zoom into the photo –

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Subsequent pressing of the ‘ZOOM’ button will increase the zoom from x2 to x16. Press the ‘ROTATE’ button to rotate the photo. You can rotate the photo 90°, 180° and 270°. The rotate function is for previewing only. It does not permanently change the orientation of the photo file. Press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to continue playing a slideshow. Press the ‘SETUP’ button again to close the control menu. Press the ‘MENU’ button to go to the main menu.

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On-screen display: Previous photo

Rotate 270°

90º 90º 180º 180º 270º 270º Next photo

90º

Pause a slideshow

180º 90º

270º 180º

Zoom

90º

Play a slideshow

180º 90º 270º 180º

Rotate 90°

90º

180º 90º 270º 180º 180º

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270º Stop a slideshow

Rotate 180°

90º

270º

270º

270º


MENUMENU

RETURN RETURN

Playing a slideshow with music OKOK

To play a slideshow with music, press the ‘BGM’ button on the remote control when playing a slideshow or at the thumbnailPLAY/PAUSE selection screen. PLAY/PAUSE SETUPSETUP You will see a

logo on-screen.

VOLVOL+ ZOOMZOOM Press VOLthe ‘VOL+’ andVOL+ ‘VOL-’ buttons to increase or decrease the volume and the ‘MUTE’ button to

mute the audio. Press the

and

ROTATE buttons to change music tracks. ROTATE

When you press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button, the slideshow will pause and the music will continue playing. On-screen display:

Volume level

X X Mute Due to the extra processing power required to play a slideshow with music, the transitions

between each photo may not animate smoothly.

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Playing video files To play video files, press the

or

button to select the location of your files then press ‘OK’.

For the on-board memory select ‘NAND’ –

For memory card select ‘SD/MMC’ –

For USB memory stick select ‘USB’ –

Press the ‘OK’ button to continue –

Press the

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or

button to select ‘Movie’ then press the ‘OK’ button.


You will see your video files listed and the first file selected will start playing in the preview screen –

The audio will not be heard when previewing video files.

Press the

or

button to select a file and press the ‘OK’ button to play.

Press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to pause the video and press again to continue playing.

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You can also fast forward or rewind the video. Press the ‘SETUP’ button to display the control menu 00.00:17

Rewind

Forward

X

X

4

There are four levels of rewind and forward –

X

4

Press the

or

button to select rewind or forward, then press the ‘OK’ button. Subsequent

pressing of the ‘OK’ button will increase the speed from x1 to x4. Press the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to continue playing. Press ‘SETUP’ again to close the control menu. Press the ‘VOL+’ and ‘VOL-’ buttons to increase or decrease the volume and the ‘MUTE’ button to mute the audio. Press the ‘MENU’ button to go to the main menu.

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Playing music files To play music files, press the

or

button to select the location of your files then press ‘OK’.

For the on-board memory select ‘NAND’ –

For memory card select ‘SD/MMC’ –

For USB memory stick select ‘USB’ –

Press the ‘OK’ button to continue –

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Press the

button to select ‘Music’ then press the ‘OK’ button.

or

Your music files will be listed in alphabetical order.

Press the

and

buttons to select a music track and the ‘PLAY/PAUSE’ button to play and

pause a music track. Press the ‘MENU’ button to go to the main menu.

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File mode File mode allows you to delete files and to copy files to and from the on-board memory, memory card and USB memory stick. To access file mode, press the

Press the

or

or

button to select ‘File’ then press the ‘OK’ button –

button to select the folder that you want to access then press

the ‘OK’ button. You will see the files located in the folder in alphabetical or numerical order. To select files that you want to delete or copy press the You will see a

button.

icon next to the file name.

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Repeat this process to select all the files that you want to delete. To de-select a file press the

button again and the

icon will be removed.

When the files have been selected press the ‘SETUP’ button. You will now see ‘COPY’ and ‘DELETE’ –

Press the

or

button to select the relevant option and then press the ‘OK’ button.

You will see the following -

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Select the tick icon to confirm and the cross icon to cancel. Select the relevant option then press the ‘OK’ button. When you select the ‘COPY’ option you will see an additional screen –

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Press the

or

arrow button to select the relevant destination where the files are going

to be copied to then press the

button. Select a folder to save to then press the ‘OK’ button to

confirm. The files will now copy over to the destination that you have selected.

It may take some time to copy over large files. You will see a counter reach 100% when each

file has been copied over.

Press the ‘MENU’ button to go back to the main menu.

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Clock and Calendar To access the clock and calendar, press the

Press the

and

or

button then press the ‘OK’ button –

buttons to change the month and the

and

buttons to change

the year. When the alarm is enabled, you will see the alarm time displayed -

17:00

A photoslide will play when the clock and calendar is displayed. Press the ‘MENU’ button to go back to the main menu.

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Contact us: Need further assistance? Please contact our friendly helpdesk staff:

www.kaiserbaas.com/support helpdesk@kaiserbaas.com

Frequently asked questions Q. I have pressed the power button but there is no power. A.

Please check that you have connected the power adaptor and the mains power is turned on.

Q. The remote control is not functioning. A.

Check that the plastic tab has been removed and the battery has been inserted correctly. It is

recommended to replace the battery every 12 months.

Q. I have inserted my memory card / USB memory stick but it is not reading it. A.

Check that the memory card has been formatted as FAT or FAT32. The NTFS file system is not

compatible. The mamximum memory card and USB memory stick capacity is 16GB.

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Q. I cannot play a video file. A.

Make sure the file format of the video is compatible with the frame. The compatible formats

are MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, M-JPEG, Xvid and AVI with a maximum resolution of 1024 x

768.

Q. The display is too bright or too dark. A.

At the main menu go to ‘Setup’ and adjust the brightness and contrast levels.

Q. The colour of the photos being displayed look washed out. A.

At the menu menu go to ‘Setup’ and adjust the saturation level.

Q. The music is playing but there is no audio coming from the speakers. A.

Press the ‘VOL+’ button to increase the volume. If you have headphones attached,

disconnect them.

Q.

How can I play my photos in random order?

A.

At the main menu go to ‘Setup’ and for ‘Slideshow Option’ select ‘Random’.

Q.

There is a part missing from the box, what can I do?

A.

Please contact our friendly helpdesk staff and a replacement part will be sent to you.

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