Searching a track by listening to
track passages — ZAPPIN™
While playing back short track passages in a CD
or USB device in sequence, you can search for a
track you want to listen to.
ZAPPIN mode is suitable for searching for a
track in shuffle or shuffle repeat mode.
Press (ZAP) during playback.
Playback starts from a passage of the next
The passage is played for the set time, then a
click sounds and the next passage starts.
The part of each track to
playback in ZAPPIN mode.
Press the select button or (ZAP) when
a track you want to listen is played
The track that you select returns to normal
play mode from the beginning.
To search a track by ZAPPIN mode again,
repeat steps 1 and 2.
• You can select the playback time from about 6
seconds/9 seconds/30 seconds (page 32).You
cannot select the passage of the track to playback.
• Press (SEEK) –/+ or (3)/(4) (ALBUM –/+) in
ZAPPIN mode to skip a track or album.
(BACK) also confirms a track to
Storing and receiving stations
When tuning in stations while driving, use Best
Tuning Memory (BTM) to prevent an accident.
Storing automatically — BTM
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly until
To change the band, press (MODE)
repeatedly. You can select from FM1, FM2,
FM3, AM1, or AM2.
Press and hold the select button.
The setup display appears.
Rotate the control dial until "BTM"
appears, then press the select button.
The unit stores stations in order of frequency
on the number buttons.
A beep sounds when the setting is stored.
While receiving the station that you
want to store, press and hold a
number button ((1) to (6)) until
If you try to store another station on the same number
button, the previously stored station will be replaced.
Receiving the stored stations
Select the band, then press a number
button ((1) to (6)).
Select the band, then press (SEEK) +/–
to search for the station.
Scanning stops when the unit receives a
station. Repeat this procedure until the
desired station is received.
If you know the frequency of the station you want to
listen to, press and hold (SEEK) +/– to locate the
approximate frequency, then press (SEEK) +/–
repeatedly to fine adjust to the desired frequency