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A/B REPEAT BUTTON
The Nº39 may be set to repeat any contiguous segment of a disc:
: Press once to establish a beginning point (point
A-B
less playback loop. The display will flash the letter
that it is ready to accept your designated ending point (point
(Note that
A
must precede
done, the Nº39 will repeat the segment of the disc between
points
and
A
B
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MODE BUTTONS
Using these three buttons, either of two Nº39 functions can be controlled
from the remote control:
PROGRAM
TIMES
Either of these modes may be accessed by repeatedly pressing the
button, thereby toggling back and forth between the options.
Once a particular mode is chosen, pressing the
tons increments or decrements that particular function. For example,
mode +
would either: add a track to a playlist; or advance to the next time
indication.
Along with
mode +
the option settings. (See Special Functions.)
For detailed information on programming the Nº39, see Programming the
Nº39 later in this manual.
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NUMERIC KEYPAD
The numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 may be used to directly access in-
dividual track numbers of discs played by the Nº39. For example, to go di-
rectly to track 13, press
have to add a 0 before a single-digit track number:
take you directly to track number 7. (In fact, if the Nº39 is already in play ,
simply pressing the number button will be sufficient.)
The Nº39 displays a certain amount of intelligence with respect to direct
track access. If the first number entered identifies a particular track unam-
biguously (such as
2
mediately move to that track. If the first number entered could be the first
of two digits (such as
to determine whether you wish to enter a second number. If not, it will
then go to the single-digit track you selected.
Incidentally, if you press
mode in which the order of the current disc's playlist is
random play
scrambled, and then played. The first character of the display (that shows a
when playing a custom program) will show
P
Moreover, placing the Nº39 into
function is engaged will cause it to play the various tracks on the
repeat
disc randomly indefinitely (until you stop it). This can be a great way to
provide background music during a dinner party , for example.
B
on the disc.) Once this has been
until you press
or
stop
A-B
(for creating custom playlists)
(for selecting a time indication)
and
, the
button is also used to change
mode –
mode
followed by
, and then press
1
3
on a 12-track disc), the Nº39 is "smart" enough to im-
on a 12-track disc), the Nº39 will wait for a moment
1
followed by
, the Nº39 will enter a
0
play
random play
) for an end-
A
to indicate
B
B
).
again.
mode
and
but-
mode +
mode –
. Y ou do not
play
, followed by
, will
7
play
to indicate
R
random play
mode while the
disc
.

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