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Compact hi-fi component system
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Important information
Precautions when writing data to media
Discs recorded in Packet Write mode or UDF (Universal Disc Format) cannot be played.
When writing data to a disc, always close the session or finalize the disc. The disc may not play properly if
you do not close the session or finalize the disc.
Depending on the specifications of the writing software used, the recorded folder names and file names
may not be displayed correctly.
Playback for multi-session discs or discs that contain large numbers of folders may take longer to begin
than for normal discs.
If you write audio files and music CD tracks (CD-DA format) to the same disc, the disc may not play
correctly.
Before writing audio files to a disc, check that the files play back correctly on the PC being used to write the
files.
After you finish writing, check that the written files are played back correctly.
Use the correct file extensions (mp3, wma, wav) in the names of audio files. Files without file extensions
will not play. Also, do not use audio file extensions (mp3, wma, wav) for files that are not audio files.
For more information on file extensions, see "Supported audio files." (P.15)
Playback sequence for folders and files (MP3/WMA/WAV)
When you play a disc containing recorded audio files, the track files on the disc are played sequentially
beginning with the files in the ROOT folder, as shown in the figure.
Sample folder configuration
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File playback sequence
Track 1
......... F0_1.mp3
Track 2
......... F0_2.mp3
Track 3
......... F0_3.mp3
Track 4
......... F2_1.mp3
Track 5
......... F2_2.mp3
Track 6
......... F3_1.mp3
Track 7
......... F4_1.mp3
Track 8
......... F4_2.mp3
Track 9
......... F6_1.mp3
Track 10 ......... F6_2.mp3
Track 11 ......... F7_1.mp3
Track 12 ......... F7_2.mp3
Track 13 ......... F7_3.mp3
A folder that does not contain any tracks cannot
be selected.
Audio files are played back in accordance with
the sequence where these files are recorded into
the disc. You can specify the playback sequence
by adding a number from "01" to "99" at the
beginning of each folder and file name before
you record the files onto the disc.

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