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Assembling A Playlist; Programming By Omission; Saving A Playlist; Reviewing A Playlist - Madrigal Audio Mark Levinson 39 Operating Manual

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Assembling a Playlist

Programming by Omission

Saving a Playlist

Reviewing a Playlist

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To assemble a new playlist:
1. Load a CD, and wait for the display to show the number of tracks
and their total playing time.
2. Make sure that the Nº39 is in the programming mode by clicking
the
mode
button until you see
3. Using the
next
and
previous
the Remote Control), select the first track in your playlist.
4. Add the first selection to your playlist by pressing
display will acknowledge your command by showing a
ing the track number on the display to indicate that it has been
added to the playlist.
5. Assemble the rest of your playlist by repeating steps 2 and 3. Make
sure to press
mode +
If you want to play most of a CD, and just "omit" a few tracks, you may want to
use this shortcut:
1. Load a CD, and wait for the display to show the number of tracks
and their total playing time.
2. Make sure that the Nº39 is in the programming mode by clicking
the
button until you see
mode
3. Using the
next
and
previous
the Remote Control), select the first track you want to eliminate
from your program.
4. "Omit" the track by pressing
from the current playlist, indicated by the
to the track number.
5. Using
and
next
previous
fer to skip, pressing
ist. Once you are in the program mode, a
cate a track is in the playlist, and extinguish for any track omitted
from the playlist.
Once you have created the playlist you want for a particular disc, you may either
use it as a temporary playlist (using it only for that one occasion), or save it as
the default playlist for that disc. To save a playlist:
1. When you've finished adding selections, you can save the new
playlist by pressing and holding the
2. The Nº39 will confirm that your playlist is saved by displaying
briefly (or
if you changed an existing playlist).
REVISED
To review your playlist before playing it:
1. Load a CD for which you've already saved a playlist (the letter
will appear preceding the track number on the display); or load an
unprogrammed CD, then assemble and save a playlist.
2. Make sure that the Nº39 is in the programming mode by clicking
the
button until you see
mode
3. Without selecting any particular track (while the playlist's total
number of tracks and total playing time are displayed), press
. The display will show the first selection in your playlist. For ex-
+
ample, if track 3 is the first selection in your program, the display
would show
P03 > 1st
PROGRAM
in the display .
buttons (or the numbered buttons on
after each selection.
in the display .
PROGRAM
buttons (or the numbered buttons on
. This action deletes the track
mode –
PRG–
, move to any other tracks you would pre-
to eliminate each track from the playl-
mode –
P
will illuminate to indi-
button.
mode +
in the display .
PROGRAM
.
. The
mode +
preced-
P
in the display next
SAVED
P
mode

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