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Exactly as advertized. High quality digital copy of the Nak 610 user manual. Easy download and access. Highly recommended.
The manual was exactly what I wanted and I found it nowhere else. Thanks!
Having purchased a 1994 Kenwood music system from a Charity shop in 2013 (it was a high end product in its day), I found myself not quite knowing where to plug in what, and how to do this, that and the next thing. I needed a Manual, and after failure with another online 'Manual provider' I found Owner Manuals dot com. Well, I wasn't sure, but it was only $5, and if things didn't work out, I wouldn't have lost much...
But things DID work out. After paying my childrens inheritance money, $4.99, I was sent a Manual for my Kenwood System very quickly. Alas, it was in German, and being Scottish, I could not read it or get my system in order from it...a rapid email to them brought the English Manual in short order, and my retro-system was and IS up and running in it's regulation settings.
I am very grateful to http://www.owner-manuals.com for their quick service and for even having such an obsolete Manual in the first place! If you need a Manual for ANYTHING, try here first. I wouldn't be surprised if I bought a 1928 Marconi radio, and got the user Manual for THAT here too!
I was so happy that the owner's manual was available. It is well written and helped me to use the radio/CD player/recorder without problems. Thanks for making it available.
Excellant!!! Very quick and easy....Best $4.99 I have spent in a very long time..
I highly recommend this.
Â¶ Â¶ Program allows you to store your favorite tracks for a particular disc in the player memory. A Program can contain 20 tracks.
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The restriction of playing MP3
This unit can play up to 200 files per disc. A disc having more than 200 files cannot be played. The unit may not play MP3 files in the order that you recorded them on the disc. With a multi-session disc, the player plays only the last session. It may take over 30 seconds to read the MP3 files, depending on the contents of the disc.
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The limitation of indications
Storing a Program
1 Load a disc and stop playback. 2 Press FTS. 3 4
â The program menu appears on the screen Enter the track number using the numerical keys (0-9). Press 2 to move to the next slot, then repeat step 3 to enter other tracks. â The number of tracks and the playing time of the program will be shown on the screen. Press PLAY or OK to exit the screen. Playback will begin immediately. â Erasing a track from a Program
Up to 8 characters are displayed for the name of a track. Characters other than uppercase letters (âAâ to âZâ), numericals (â0â to â9â) and underscore (â_â) may not be displayed, or may be displayed in different characters. The elapsed playing time on the display may not be correct when playing MP3 files.
Tips on recording MP3
To enjoy high quality sound, convert to MP3 files with a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz and a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps. To play MP3 files in the order that you recorded them Writing software that is capable of recording MP3 files in numerical and alphabetical order is required. Include a two or three digit number at the beginning of each file name. (e.g. â01,â â02,â ... or â001,â â002,â ...) Itâs recommended that you use only the root folder (do not create a child folder under the root folder).
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1 Press FTS to display the program menu. 2 Use 1 2 3 4 to select the track number you wish to 3
erase. Press CLEAR. â The track number will be erased from the track list. â Erasing the complete Program
Extension: An extension is the last three characters that divide a file name by a period. The extension shows the attribution of the file or the software in which the file was created. Session: A session is one section on a disc between the beginning of data and the end of written data. A multi-session disc has more than two sessions.
1 Use 1 2 3 4 to select Clear All, then press OK.
â The complete Program for the disc will be erased.
Playing MP3 Recordings
The DVD Player can play MP3 format recordings on CDROM, CD-R or CD-RW discs. Before playing MP3 recordings, read the following notes.
Notes on MP3 recordings
â Â¶ Â¶ Â¶ About MP3 An MP3 file is audio data compressed by using MPEG1, the audio layer-3 file-coding scheme. We call files that have the â.mp3â file extension âMP3 files.â The player can not read an MP3 file that has a file extension other than â.mp3.â Noises may be heard if you play a non-MP3 file that has the â.mp3â extension.