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TRACK AND ALBUM INFORMATION (FOR MP3/WMA CDS)
During playback, toggle DISPLAY to view information about your tracks/albums. â¢ Press DISPLAY once or more to see the following: â Album : the album's folder name, â â Artist : the artist's name (if ID3 tag available) Title : the track title (if ID3 tag available), track type and elapsed playing time. â File name : the track's file name. â The selected information is shown, along with the current album/track number and elapsed time.
SELECTING A TRACK AND SEARCHING
Selecting and searching on all discs Selecting a track during playback â¢ Briefly press â or Â§ once or several times to skip to the beginning of the current, previous or subsequent track. â Playback starts with the selected track. Searching for a passage during playback
1 Press and hold â or Â§ to find a particular passage in
a backward or forward direction. âSearching starts while playback continues at low volume. After 2 seconds the search speeds up. 2 Release the button when you reach the desired passage. âPlayback continues from this position. Selecting albums and tracks on MP3/WMA CDs Selecting an album during playback â¢Briefly press - or + once or several times to skip to the first track of the current, previous or subsequent album. â The first track of the selected album plays. Selecting a track during playback 1 Keep - or + pressed to skip quickly to previous or subsequent MP tracks. â Skipping starts and speeds up after 5 seconds. 2 Release the button at desired track. â Playback continues with the selected track.
â For audio CDs, (Audio-Track) will be shown when you press DISPLAY.
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â The ID3 tag is part of a MP3 file. It contains various track information, such as the track's title or the artist's name. Try to get complete ID3 tag information with your encoder software when burning a MP3/WMA-CD.
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Helpful Hints: â When a program is playing, use of the - or + keys are void.
You can store up to 50 tracks to play in a program. When playing a MP3/WMACD, you can select the 50 tracks from different albums. A single track may be stored more than once in the program. 1 Stop playback. âThe total numbers of albums/tracks are displayed (for MP3/WMA CDs only). The total number of tracks and the total playing time are displayed (for an audio CD).
PROGRAMMING TRACKS, RESUME
â Twice, during playback. âprogram cleared is displayed and prog disappears.
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To clear the program â¢ Press 9 : â Once, if in the stop position
2 Select a track by pressing â / Â§ or - / + (- or +
for MP3/WMA CDs only). 3 Press PROG to store the track. âAdded to Program appears briefly. prog appears. The track number programmed, as well as P plus the total number of stored tracks, are displayed. 4 Select and store all desired tracks in this way.
â The program will also be cleared if the power supply is interrupted, or if the player lid is opened, or if the set switches off automatically. Resume You can store the last position played. When restarting, playback will continue from where you have stopped (RESUME). Use the OFF-RESUME-HOLD slider for these functions.
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5 Press 2; to start playback of your selected tracks.
âprog is displayed and playback starts. To review the program 1 Press 9 to stop the playback. 2 Press and hold PROG for more than 2 seconds. âThe display lists all the stored tracks in sequence.
RESUME - continuing from where you have stopped
1 Switch the slider to RESUME during playback to
activate RESUME. â 3 appears at resume.
â select track appears if you press PROG and there is no track selected. â program full appears if you try to store more than 50 tracks.
â playback continues from where you have stopped. â¢ To deactivate RESUME, switch the slider to OFF. â 3 disappears from resume.
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2 Press STOP 9 whenever you want to stop playback. 3 Press 2; whenever you want to resume playback.
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