B2. Playback - basics
1. Select the folder you want to play back from - by pressing the FOLDER/REPEAT
button until the letter for that folder is shown at the top of the display
(Note that you can play back from folders A-D or from the music folder)
2. Select the track that you want to play - by using SKIP/SEARCH to move through
3. Press PLAY to hear the track
4. Adjust the volume if necessary using the VOL (+ and -) buttons
5. Press STOP/MENU when finished (otherwise it plays the next track, if there is one)
B3. Playback – tricks & tips
The following apply during playback.
Note: elapsed time is shown at the bottom of the recorder's display during playback.
To pause a track: press STOP/MENU. Then press PLAY to continue
To return to the start of a track: press << side of SKIP/SEARCH at any point
To jump straight to the start of the next track: press >> of SKIP/SEARCH at any point
To search for a recording aurally; listen to 3-4 seconds of first track, press >>, listen to 3-
4 seconds of next track, press >> and repeat till you find the one you want!
To fast forward (in jumps) through a track: press and hold >> whilst watching the elapsed
time counter on the display; then release to listen
To rewind (in jumps): press and hold <<, watch the elapsed time counter, then release
To listen repeatedly to a 5 second segment: listen to the recording as normal, then, at
the appropriate point, press FOLDER/REPEAT and the last 5 seconds will be repeated
again and again. To carry on as normal, press FOLDER/REPEAT a second time.
To hear a recording a bit slower, or a bit faster: press PLAY again during playback (once
for slower, twice for faster, third time to get back to normal)
To see duration details before deciding which track to play: from 'doing nothing' press
STOP twice – the display should now show the track's number and its duration. Use >> to
look at each track in turn. To get back to normal, press STOP twice more, or press PLAY to
hear the track.
To see recording-date info before deciding which track to play: from 'doing nothing'
press STOP three times – the display should now show the track's number and the date it
was recorded (along with a flashing 'R'). To get back to normal, press STOP again, or
press PLAY to hear the track.
B4. Erasing an unwanted recording
1. Select the appropriate folder
2. Find the recording you want to erase.
Just to be sure, press PLAY, listen to the first couple of seconds, then press STOP
3. With that track number on display, briefly press ERASE
(If you made a mistake at this stage, just leave the buttons alone for a few seconds
and the recorder will abandon erasing this track and leave it untouched)
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