Ndikudabwa WB011124 KJV Kuyankhula Audio Bible Player
- Numerical keypad
- Akafuna batani
- Previous Button/Rewind
- Next Button/Fast Forward
- Sewerani/Imitsani/Batani Lamphamvu
- Cholumikizira cha voliyumu
- Jala lakumutu
- Khadi la Memory
- Doko lonyamula la Micro USB
- Chipinda chamagetsi
- Chapter code guide
- Micro USB kupita ku Chingwe cha USB
POWER ON/OFF YOUR WONDER BIBLE® AUDIO PLAYER
- Press and hold the Power On/Off button to turn your device ON. The display will turn on and the play will immediately begin playing where it left off.
- Press and hold the Power On/Off button to turn your device OFF.
SELECTING A PASSAGE ON YOUR WONDER BIBLE® AUDIO PLAYER
- Use the chapter code guide to select which chapter of the Bible you wish to listen to.
Zindikirani: The chapter code guide is located at the end of this instruction manual, and on the back of your Wonder Bible® Audio Player.
- Input the six-digit code WITHOUT the dashes onto the numerical keypad. For example, type “102001” to listen to chapter code 1-02-001.
- Dinani batani la play/pumitsani.
Zindikirani: you do not need to change modes in order to input a chapter code.
- To skip to the next chapter, press the next button. To go back to the previous chapter, press the previous button.
- To fast-forward within a chapter, press and HOLD the next button.
- To rewind within a chapter, press and HOLD the previous button.
- Turn the volume wheel downward to increase the volume.
- Turn the volume wheel upward to decrease the volume.
SWITCHING FROM OLD TESTAMENT TO NEW TESTAMENT
Press the mode button to change from Old Testament to New Testament and back again.
CHARGING YOUR WONDER BIBLE® AUDIO PLAYER
Connect the charging cable to the Micro USB charging port and connect the plug to a USB Power Supply. Such as a USB Wall Adapter, a computer/laptop USB port, or a USB car adapter. The player takes several hours to recharge fully. We recommend to charge the Wonder Bible® Audio Player before using it for the first time.
The Battery level is shown on the upper-right corner of your display when the player is on. Use this battery indicator to determine when to charge your player.
When the Wonder Bible® Audio Player is charging, the battery indicator will flash, and a zero will move across the screen. Once the Wonder Bible® Audio Player is fully charged, the Full Battery indicator will stay on, and the screen will fill with four zeros.
REPLACING THE WONDER BIBLE® AUDIO PLAYER BATTERY
The Wonder Bible® Audio Player uses a 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery. In the event that the battery dies, you may replace it by opening the battery compartment, removing the old battery and following the polarization markings (plus and minus signs) marked on the inside of the player. Do NOT replace the battery with an alkaline battery or any other battery that is not an 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Recycle or otherwise properly discard the old battery.
If your Wonder Bible® audio player screen is displaying the word “Idle”, that means the Memory Card is not connected properly.
Make sure the Memory Card is fully inserted into the Wonder Bible® Audio Player. You may need a pen cap or paper clip to help push the Memory Card in all the way. Make sure the Memory Card is inserted the correct way, like in the below image.
NKHANI YA FCC
Chenjezo: Zosintha kapena zosintha m'gawoli zomwe sizikuvomerezedwa ndi chipani chomwe chimayang'anira kutsata zitha kupha mphamvu za wogwiritsa ntchito zida.
Chida ichi chimatsatira gawo la 15 la Malamulo a FCC. Kugwiritsa ntchito kutengera izi: (1) Chipangizochi sichingayambitse mavuto, ndipo (2) chipangizochi chikuyenera kuvomereza zosokoneza zilizonse zomwe zingapezeke, kuphatikiza kusokonezedwa komwe kungayambitse ntchito yosafunikira.
ZINDIKIRANI: Chida ichi chidayesedwa ndipo chapezeka kuti chikutsatira malire a chipangizo chamagetsi cha Class B, kutengera Gawo 15 la Malamulo a FCC. Malirewa adapangidwa kuti aziteteza moyenera kusokonezedwa ndi malo okhala. Chidachi chimapanga, chimagwiritsa ntchito ndipo chimatha kutulutsa mphamvu zamagetsi ndipo, ngati sichinaikidwe ndikugwiritsidwa ntchito mogwirizana ndi malangizo, zitha kusokoneza kuyankhulana kwawailesi.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
mwayikidwe kena. Ngati chipangizochi chikuyambitsa vuto pakulandila wailesi kapena wailesi yakanema, zomwe zingadziwike mwa kuzimitsa zida zonse, wogwiritsa ntchito amalimbikitsidwa kuti ayesere kusokoneza mwa njira imodzi kapena zingapo izi:
- KUKHALA KWAMBIRI KAPENA GWIRITSANI NTCHITO YOLANDIRA.
- Wonjezerani KUSINTHA PAKATI PA Zipangizo NDI WOLANDIRA.
- LUMIKIZANI CHIDA KU CHOGWIRITSA NTCHITO CHOSIYANA NDI CHIMENE WOLANDIRA AMALUMIKIZANA.
- FUNSANI WOGULITSA NTCHITO KAPENA RADIO WOCHITIKA / Katswiri WA TV kuti ATHANDIRE.
The chapter code guide is located at the end of this instruction manual, and on the back of your Wonder Bible® Audio Player.
Press and hold the volume knob for 3 seconds. The voice prompt will be turned off.
Press and hold the volume knob for 3 seconds. The sound effects will be turned off.
Turn the volume knob to increase or decrease the volume. The default volume is set to level 8. You can adjust this by pressing and holding the volume knob for 3 seconds, then turning it to increase or decrease the volume.
89 hours of programming are available. This implies that the entire Bible may be listened to in less than 100 hours.
What began as a personal initiative with no goal of becoming worldwide has miraculously grown to become one of the biggest success stories on the internet, receiving over 1.5 million listens per month.
You could be pleasantly pleased with what you learn by hearing the Bible’s words rather than reading them off the page. Changes in voice can break up lengthy conversations, spoken inflections can clarify ambiguous parts, and phrases that have never completely connected can suddenly do so.
An average 10-hour audiobook should take a voice actor roughly 20 hours to record in the studio.
This Bible lasts for almost 86 hours. There are 10 roughly 8-hour sessions.
The two methods of reading literature are similar to one another in terms of understanding. Recent audiobooks vs reading research from 2021 indicated that the general difference between reading and listening in terms of comprehension was minor, despite the fact that the information is processed differently by our brains.
Offline audio Bible for Android is incredibly popular today due to the advancement of digital technology and the diversity of reading habits. If you have an Android smartphone, you can easily download some apps with Audio Bible offline content and listen to Audio Bible offline as you choose.
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