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Deleting A Track From A Playlist; Adding A Track To A Playlist; Overriding A Playlist - Madrigal Audio Mark Levinson 39 Operating Manual

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Y ou may delete any selection from a playlist. To delete a selection:
Deleting a Track
from a Playlist
Y ou also may add a selection to a previously saved playlist. To do so:
Adding a Track
to a Playlist

Overriding a Playlist

When you load a CD, the Nº39 reads its unique identification code. If you as-
semble a playlist for a particular CD and save it into the Nº39's memory , the Nº39
"remembers" that CD's playlist.
Even if you have previously saved a playlist for a CD, the Nº39 allows you to tem-
porarily override it (and have access to all tracks on the CD), without erasing it
from memory . Y ou can even create a temporary playlist as an alternative to your
normal, permanent playlist.
To temporarily override a previously saved playlist,
Note: If you try to review a nonexistent playlist, the display will
show
NO PGM
.
4. To view the next selection, press
5. After you view the last selection, one more press of
cause the display to show
on to show the first track in the playlist.
1. Load a CD for which you've already saved a program (the letter
will appear preceding the track number on the display).
2. Make sure that the Nº39 is in the programming mode by clicking
the
mode
button until you see
3. Press
. The display will show the first selection in your
mode +
program.
4. Press
until the selection you want to delete appears on the
mode +
display.
5. Press
; the display will remove the
mode –
to indicate that it has been removed from the playlist.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each selection you want to erase from
your program.
7. If you would like to make this change permanent, press and hold
when you finish erasing selections from your program; the
mode +
display will show
REVISED
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
mode
button until you see
3. Using the
and
next
previous
mote Control), select the track you want to add to your playlist.
4. Add the selection to your playlist by pressing
selection will be added to the end of your existing playlist.
5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each selection you want to add to your
program. Make sure to press
6. If you would like to make this change permanent, press and hold
mode +
when you finish erasing selections from your program; the
display will show
REVISED
mode +
again, and so on.
momentarily, and then move
END PGM
PROGRAM
in the display .
from the displayed track
P
.
PROGRAM
in the display .
(or the numbered buttons on the Re-
mode +
after each selection.
mode +
.
will
mode +
P
P
. Your new
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