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Checking The Programme; Changing A Programme - Sanyo DC-MCR80M Instruction Manual

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When all programmed tracks have been played, the player stops
automatically.
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The programme contents are retained in memory.
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Any attempt to programme more than 32 tracks will result in the first
programmed track being displayed and discontinuation of the
programming.
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To cancel programmed play, press the n button twice.

Checking the programme

Each time the MEMORY button is pressed in the stop mode, the
programmed details sequentially appear on the display.
This unit can play back the CD-R/RW that has recorded music data or
MP3 files. Before playing back MP3 CD, please read the following.
MP3 CD information
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MP3 CD is the disc that standardized by ISO9660, its file name
must include 3-digits extension letters, ".mp3".
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The directory and file names of the MP3 CD must be corresponded
to the ISO standardized files.
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Single-session disc can be played back.
As for multi-session disc, only the first session can be played back.
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This unit can recognize up to 255 folders or 640 files per disc.
The CD with 256 folders or 641 files and over is not available to
this unit.
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This unit can recognize up to 8 directory trees per disc.
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MP3 CD may not be played in the recorded order.
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Music section in "CD Extra" can be played back, not Data section.
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"Mixed CD" cannot be played back.
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Music files recorded by "Packet Writing" cannot be played back.
There are three basic methods for writing to a CD: "Track-at-Once ",
"Disc-at-Once", and "Packet Writing".
Music files recorded by "Track-at-Once" or "Disc-at-Once" can be
played back on this unit. (Note: The unit cannot play back the music
files added with "Track-at-Once".)
Music files recorded by "Packet Writing" cannot be played back.
Limitations on display
Available letters for display are the following: capital alphabets of A
through Z, numbers of 0 through 9, and _ (underline).
MP3CD directory sample:
Playback order: song01 v song02 v ... song14
Folder number F01
MP3CD
F01
albumF01
song01.mp3
song02.mp3
song03.mp3
song04.mp3
song05.mp3
F02 albumF02
song06.mp3
song07.mp3
song08.mp3
song09.mp3
song10.mp3
F03 albumF03
song11.mp3
song12.mp3
MP3 CD OPERATION
There is no MP3 file.The unit skips it.
douc01.doc
photo01.jpg
F04 albumF04
song13.mp3
song14.mp3

Changing a programme

To add a new track to a programme:
1. In the stop mode, press the MEMORY button repeatedly until
"- - - -" on the track number part is displayed.
2. Select a track as explained above.
3. Press the MEMORY button.
To change a track:
1. In the stop mode, press the MEMORY button repeatedly until the
track number to be replaced is displayed.
2. Select a track as explained above.
3. Press the MEMORY button.
Note:
Programmed details cannot be partially deleted or inserted.
Note:
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Some MP3 CDs can not be played back depending on the record-
ing conditions.
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The CD-R/RW that has no music data or non-MP3 files can not be
played back.
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Do not make an empty folder. It may not work correctly.
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In this model, recommendable recording setting is 128 kbps of
fixing bit rate. If files are recorded in other bit rate (for example:
320 kbps) or in variable bit rate, track-jump may sometimes hap-
pen according to recording conditions.
MP3 CD Play (Remote control only)
1. Load the MP3 CD.
"READING" blinks, then the total number of folders and total num-
ber of files on the disc appear.
MP3
2. Press the FOLDER + or - button on the remote control to select
the desired folder.
3. Press the f or e button to select the desired file.
4. Press the i button to start play.
MP3
Note:
If there is no music data, "NO DISC" appears.
Display selection
The ID3-Tag is an information field for MP3. Music title, artist name and
album name can be stored into the tag. This unit shows these
information.
Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control during play.
Each time the button is pressed, the display changes in the following
sequence.
Folder name (Album name)/File name (Music name)
Music information: music title
Music information: artist name
Music information: album name
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If no music information is stored, "NO ID3" appears. Press the
DISPLAY button again, the file number and elapsed playing
time appear.
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