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A Displays the player’s playing status.
B Displays the device mode (CD or USB)
(pages 10, 12).
C Displays the disc number (pages 10, 16).
D Lights up when using CD SYNC (page 13).
E Displays the file format of an MP3 disc or a
USB device (pages 10, 12).
F Lights up when transferring music from a
disc to a USB device (page 13).
G Displays track/file information such as
track number, time information, etc.
While playing an MP3 disc or USB device, also
displays the song title, artist name, and album title,
when available.
H Lights up when displaying the song title
( ), artist name ( ), or album title ( ).
I Lights up when a USB device is connected
(page 12).
J Displays the player’s playback mode (page
Notes on the disc number indications
• The red circle around a disc number indicates the disc
is ready to be played.
•When all the tracks on a disc have been played, the
semicircle around the disc number disappears.
•When a disc compartment is recognized as empty, the
disc number disappears.
Notes on the display information
•Characters that cannot be displayed appear as
• The following are not displayed:
total playing time for an MP3 disc/USB device
remaining playing time for a file
•The following are not displayed correctly:
elapsed playing time of an MP3 file encoded at a
VBR (variable bit rate)
folder and file names that do not follow either ISO
9660 Level 1, Level 2, or the Joliet extension
• The following are displayed:
remaining playing time for a track
ID3 tag information for MP3 files when ID3
version 1 or version 2 tags are used
(ID3 version 2 tag information has priority when
both ID3 version 1 and version 2 tags are used in a
single MP3 file)
up to 15 characters of an ID3 tag, WMA, or AAC
tag information using uppercase letters (A to Z),
numbers (0 to 9), and symbols ($ % ’ ” ( ) * + , – .
/ < = > @ [ \ ] _ ` { | } ! ? ^)