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Random Playback, MP3 Playback 29
POWER REPEAT A-B OPEN/ CLOSE
You may play the Tracks of an Audio CD in Random order instead of the order in which they are recorded (1,2,3...). To set up Random Playback, follow these steps.
DISPLAY SKIP PAUSE
1 4 2 5 8 0
While playback is stopped, press MODE twice so the RANDOM screen appears.
While the RANDOM screen appears, press Play B. The Tracks will play in random order. After each Track plays once, playback will stop.
When you put a CD-RW with MP3 files in the DVD Player, the MP3 menu will appear on the TV screen. While playback is stopped, press o or p to
select the Album or Track you want to play. If you choose a Track, press Play B or OK. The G
tracks will play in the order in which they were recorded, i.e. 1, 2, 3, starting with the Track you selected. G If you select an Album and press OK, the Track selection screen will appear. Press K or L to select the Track you want to play, then press Play B or OK. G Choose FIRST PLAY to start play from the first Track listed. G Press the TITLE button to go back to the first item on the first MP3 screen.
1 4 7
2 5 8 0
3 6 9 +10
TITLE SEARCH MODE SUBTITLE ANGLE
To stop playback, press Stop C .
â¢ Folders are known as Albums; files are known as Tracks. â¢ A â+â will appear at the start of the Album name. â¢ If all the Tracks can not appear on the screen at the same time, p indicates more Tracks on the next screen; K indicates previous screens. The current screen number and the total number of screens will appear on the screen. â¢ The player will recognize a total of 255 Albums and Tracks.