You can program up to 32 tracks for playback in any desired
order. This function only operates with audio CDs (not DVDs).
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : The disc must be recognized by the receiver, so play the
disc for a little while after loading, then program it.
3. Repeatedly press
necessary). The CD number appears to the far right of the
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : To program the CD player to play CDs from
multiple trays, you must have a CD in every tray you
program the player to use.
4. Use the number keypad to enter the desired track number,
to program the first desired track. &(ý¶ý¶
5. Repeat Steps 3–4 to program more tracks.
To exit Program mode and play a CD normally, press
twice, then press
programming later, press
To check the programmed order, press
to view the programmed order.
To clear the programming, press
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e s s s s : : : :
• If you try to select more than 32 tracks,
cannot program any more tracks.
• If you press
programming, the programming stops and F# F# F# F#ç?D
J J J J to start program playback.
Modifying the Program and Adding a Track
' twice. You cannot modify the
programming in Resume Mode.
2. Repeatedly press
To clear the track, press
To change the track to another track, use the number keypad
to enter the desired track number, then press
To change the track to a track on another disc, press
, enter the number of the desired track, then press
To add a track, repeatedly press
the last programmed track. Press
number of the desired track, then press
to select the desired CD (if
F#E<< appears. To return to the
' twice, then press
' . Repeatedly
' , then press
twice successively while
to select the target track
until you reach
again. Enter the
3. To start program playback again, press
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : The programmed contents are lost if you turn off the
receiver or change the function to JKD;H
I I I I m m m m p p p p o o o o r r r r t t t t a a a a n n n n t t t t : : : : Random play only works with CDs for which 9: 9: 9: 9:
appears on the display next to the rotating disc icon.
1. Begin playing the desired CD.
Using GUI Menu Icons
GUI (Graphic User Interface) menu icons show the current
track number and elapsed time of a CD. The elapsed time icon
only allows you to view the indicated information. The current
track icon allows you to change the track.
I I I I m m m m p p p p o o o o r r r r t t t t a a a a n n n n t t t t : : : : You must turn on your television to view the GUI
during playback. Icons of the current track number
and the elapsed time appear.
The first icon is the current track icon. You can
jump to the desired track number by pressing
the number keys and
The second icon is the elapsed time icon. It shows
the elapsed time. You cannot change it. It is
only for viewing.
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : You cannot use the GUI icons while the CD player is in
CONTROLLING A SATELLITE RECEIVER
OR CABLE BOX
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : Make sure you made the correct connections (see
"Connecting a Satellite Receiver or Cable Box" on Page 8).
To use a satellite receiver that has analog audio output, press
To use a satellite receiver that has digital audio output, press
twice, or rotate
N N N N o o o o t t t t e e e e : : : : You cannot use I7J#EFJ
output. If you rotate
digital audio output, EFJ
J J J J .
' twice to stop the CD.
H7D:EC appears next to the disc numbers.
J J J J . The receiver randomly selects tracks.
on the receiver. I7J
on the receiver until I7J#EFJ
I7J#EFJ if you do not have digital audio
I7J#EFJ and you do not have