Limitations on display
Available letters for display are the following: capital alphabets of A
through Z, numbers of 0 through 9, and _ (underline).
MP3CD directory sample:
Playback order: song01 v song02 v ... song14
Folder number F01
Some MP3 CDs can not be played back depending on the recording
The CD-R/RW that has no music data or non-MP3 files can not be
Do not make an empty folder. It may not work correctly.
In this model, recommend recording setting is 128 kbps of fixing bit
rate. If files are recorded in other bit rate (for example: 320 kbps) or
in variable bit rate, track-jump may sometimes happen according to
MP3 CD Play (Remote control only)
1. Load the MP3 CD.
"READING" blinks, then the total number of folders and total number
of files on the disc appear on the display.
2. Press the FOLDER + or - button on the remote control to select the
3. Press the f or e button to select the desired file.
4. Press the i button to start play.
If there is no music data, "NO DISC" appears.
The ID3-Tag is an information field for MP3. Music title, artist name and
album name can be stored into the tag. This unit shows these
Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control during play.
Each time the button is pressed, the display changes in the following
Folder name (Album name)/File name (Music name)
Music information: music title
Music information: artist name
Music information: album name
If no music information is stored, "NO ID3" appears. Press the
DISPLAY button again, the file number and elapsed playing time
There is no MP3 file.The unit skips it.
1. In stop mode, press the MEMORY button.
2. Press the FOLDER + or - button on the remote control to select de-
3. Press the f or e button to select desired file.
4. Press the MEMORY button.
5. Repeat 2 ~ 4 steps to programme additional tracks.
6. Press the i button to start programmed play.
7. Press the n button at any time to stop the prgoramme play.
To cancel programmed play, press the STOP n button twice.
LISTENING TO TAPES
1. Press the TAPE button to select "TAPE" function.
2. Press the STOP/EJECT button to open the cassette holder.
3. Load the cassette (Fig. 9).
After loading the cassette, push the cassette holder (PUSH TO
CLOSE section) back into position.
4. Press the PLAY button to begin playback.
5. Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop playback at any time. Press it
again to remove the cassette.
When the end of the tape has been reached, automatic stop will be
Use the normal tape (TYPE 1).
Endless tapes cannot be used.
Do not use C-100 (or longer) tapes. They may jam in the mechanism.
Press the PAUSE button to temporarily stop playback or recording. Press
it again to resume operation.
Fast forward and rewind
Press the F FWD or REW button. When the desired location has been
reached, press the STOP/EJECT button.
Automatic stop system
At the end of the tape while recording or playing back, the cassette
deck stops automatically and the buttons are released.
This system does not work in fast forward and rewind operation. Be
sure to press the STOP/EJECT button when the end of the tape has
Example (When using C-60 tape):
Press the STOP/EJECT button after approximately 2 minutes have
elapsed under fast for ward and rewind operation.