Playing mp3 music files and
displaying JPEG files
This unit is able to play mp3 files and view JPEG image
Please read the following for detailed procedures.
1 Open the tray by pressing the OPEN•CLOSE button.
2 Place the disc with the printed side facing up.
3 If the AutoPlay option in the Play Mode menu is
enabled, the disc's contents are displayed, otherwise
press PLAY to display them.
4 Select a folder using the
remote control, then press OK to display the list of files
or press PLAY to start playing all the files contained in
5 Select a file using the
mode, then press PLAY to start playback.
6 To display the Info menu, press INFO when playback is
7 When the player has played all the mp3 or JPEG files,
the disc's contents appear.
8 Press STOP to stop playback at any time.
• mp3 file: use the
playmode in the SMART NAVI menu, then use the
buttons to choose your desired folder/file/playmode.
• mp3 playmode: there are 6 playmodes totally such as
Normal, Disc Repeat, Folder, Folder Repeat, Track
repeat and Shuffle on.
• JPEG file: During the slide show you can use ZOOM to
magnify the picture and then press
The time taken for the contents of the disc to be displayed
varies according to the size and number of JPEG
files on the disc. If nothing is displayed after a few
minutes, it is likely that certain files are too large. Try
reducing the files' resolution and write another disc.
Displaying JPEG files or playing mp3 files:
Before inserting a disc, check that it is compatible with the
buttons on the
buttons in stop
buttons to select folder/file/
• Use .mp3 as the extension when converting audio files
into mp3 for saving onto CD-R(W) or CD-ROM, e.g.
Rocky08.mp3. Do not use any other extension e.g. .doc,
• Do not use the .mp3 extension for other text or non-
audio data files as this may result in serious malfunc-
tion and harmful noise interference.
Most commonly available CD creation software can
make files compatible for the system but do not forget
to finalize your disc after creation. This set cannot read
• In order to get audio CD quality, you need to record
your mp3 CD at 128 kbps. You can record up to 256
kbps. Beyond 256 kbps, the unit might not read the CD.
• Do not combine CD Audio and mp3 tracks onto a CD-
R(W) or CD-ROM. The player will only playback CD
audio tracks from mixed CD formats.