What You Can Do With the
The player can store three types of information
Files" for each disc. Once you have stored
Files for a disc, the player automatically
what you have stored whenever
you select the disc.
Note that Custom
Files will be erased
if you do not use
the player for about one month.
You can store this information:
When you use
Disc Memo (pago 18)
Label discs using up to 13
Delete Bank (page 21)
tracks and store
only the tracks you want
File (page 21)
Group dims up to eight groups
locate them easily
Where are Custom Files stored?
Files are stored not on the disc, but in the
you cannot use Custom
Files when you play the disc on other players.
If you replace discs you have filed in the
The Custom File information
you have stored remains,
since each Custom
slot. Erase all Custom
Files (Disc Memo, Delete Bank
and Group File) of the old disc, and then file the new
in the Custom
Erasing all Custom Files of all discs
Turn off the player. While holding
down CLEAR, press
I/(_) to turn on the player. "ALL ERASE" appears
and all Custom
Files will be erased.
Labeling Discs (Disc Memo)
You can label discs using up to 13 characters
the player display
the Disc Memo each time you select
the disc. The Disc Memo can be anything
you like, such
as a title, musician's
or date of
select a CD TEXTdisc
The disc title is stored as the Disc Memo automatically.
If the disc title has more than 13 characters, the first 13
characters of the disc title are stored (_e page 10).
When you replace a disc with a CD TEXT disc, the disc
title of the CD TEXT disc is also stored automatically.
Note that you cannot change the Disc Memo of the
CD TEXT disc.
You can label discswhile the front cover is open
Labeling discs on the player
Turn the JOG dial until the disc number
you want to assign a Disc Memo appears
When you label a disc with the front cover closed,
the disc number
of the disc at the playing position
When you label a disc with the front cover open,
the disc number
at the loading position
"DISC MEMO" flashes.
Push the JOG dial.
The flashing cursor (4) appears.