Jensen MP3 Player JMC 255 User Manual

JMC-255  
CD MP3 MICRO SYSTEM  
INSTRUCTION MANUAL  
Please read this Instruction Manual carefully before  
using the unit and retain it for future reference  
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13. Unplug this apparatus during lightening storms or when unused for a long periods of time.  
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus  
has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has  
been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to  
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.  
15. This appliance shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing water and that no object filled  
with liquids such as vases shall be placed on the apparatus.  
16. Do not overload wall outlet. Use only power source as indicated.  
17. Use replacement part as specified by the manufacturer.  
18. The product may be mounted to a wall only if recommended by the manufacturer.  
19. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to  
perform safety checks.  
20. Power Sources - This product should be operated only from the type of power source  
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,  
consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from  
battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instruction.  
21. Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings  
as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or  
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.  
22. Damage Requiring Service - Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to  
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:  
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,  
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product,  
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water,  
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust  
only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper  
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work  
by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation.  
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way, and  
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for  
service.  
CAUTION:  
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,  
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT.  
FULLY INSERT.  
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CAUTION  
Follow the advice below for safe operations.  
ON PROTECTION AGAINST LASER ENERGY EXPOSURE  
As the laser beam used in this compact disc player is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to  
disassemble the casing.  
Stop operation immediately if any liquid or solid object should fall into the cabinet.  
Do not touch the lens or poke at it. If you do, you may damage the lens and the player may not  
operate properly.  
Do not put anything in the safety slot. If you do, the laser diode will be ON when the CD door is  
still open.  
If the unit is not to be used for a long period of time, make sure that all power sources are  
disconnected from the unit. Remove all batteries from the battery compartment.  
This unit employs a laser. The use of controls or adjustment or performance of procedures  
other than those specified here may result in exposure to hazardous radiation.  
Should any trouble occur, remove the power source and refer servicing to qualified personnel.  
COMPLIANCE WITH FCC REGULATIONS  
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B Digital Device,  
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable  
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,  
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance  
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,  
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment  
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined  
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the  
interference by one or more of the following measures:  
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.  
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.  
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the  
receiver is connected.  
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio technician for help.  
WARNING:  
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for  
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.  
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS  
13. CD PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON "#  
1. CD DOOR  
2. FUNCTION SWITCH  
(AUX/CD/RADIO)  
3. BAND SWITCH (AM/FM/FM ST.)  
14. VOLUME CONTROL (UP/DOWN)  
15. STEREO HEADPHONE JACK  
16. FOLDER – CD/USB BUTTON  
17. CD SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON  
4. LCD DISPLAY  
5. POWER BUTTON (ON/OFF)  
6. BASS BOOST BUTTON  
7. STANDBY LED INDICATOR  
8. TUNING KNOB  
( BACKWARD/  
FORWARD)  
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18. SPEAKER LEFT  
19. SPEAKER RIGHT  
20. AUX IN JACK  
21. FM ANTENNA  
9. REMOTE SENSOR  
10. CD PROGRAM BUTTON  
11. CD MODE BUTTON  
12. CD STOP BUTTON !  
22. SPEAKER TERMINAL (L/R)  
23. AC POWER CORD  
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IMPORTANT NOTES  
Avoid installing the unit in locations described below:  
Places exposed to direct sunlight or close to heat radiating appliances such  
as electric heaters.  
Dusty places.  
Places subject to constant vibration.  
Humid or moist places.  
SPEAKER BOX CONNECTION  
1. Insert the speaker cables by pushing down on the Red and Black terminal  
levers located on the back of the main unit.  
2. Connect the left speaker wires to the Left Speaker Terminals. Connect the  
Red wire to L+ (positive) and the black wire to L- (negative).  
3. Connect the right speaker wires to the Right Speaker Terminals. Connect  
the Red wire to R+ (positive) and the black wire to R- (negative).  
POWER SOURCE  
This radio is designed to only operate on normal 120V AC ~ 60Hz power. Do  
not attempt to operate the radio on any other power source. You could cause  
damage to the radio and void your warranty.  
The remote control unit operates on 2 x “AAA” (UM-4) size batteries  
(Not included).  
Please be sure the outlet you plug this unit into is working and receives  
constant (unswitched) power.  
AC OPERATION  
1. Plug the AC POWER CORD into a 120V AC ~ 60Hz outlet. The STANDBY  
LED INDICATOR will light up.  
2. Press the POWER BUTTON to turn the unit On.  
The LCD DISPLAY will light and the STANDBY LED INDICATOR will go  
“Off”.  
Remarks:  
In case of malfunction due to electrostatic discharge (ESD), reset the unit by  
reconnecting the AC CORD again to resume to normal operation.  
INSERTING BATTERIES INTO THE REMOTE CONTROL  
1. Turn over the remote control, and remove the battery door.  
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2. Install 2 x “AAA” (UM-4) size batteries (not included) according to the  
polarity diagram inside the battery compartment.  
3. Close the battery door.  
4.  
IMPORTANT: Be sure that the batteries are installed correctly.  
Wrong polarity may damage the unit and void the warranty.  
Note: For best performance and longer operating time, we recommend the  
use of alkaline-type batteries.  
BATTERY CARE  
i. Do not mix old and new batteries.  
ii. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable  
(nickel-cadmium) batteries.  
iii. If the unit is not to be used for an extended period of time, remove the  
battery. Old or leaking battery can cause damage to the unit and may void  
the warranty.  
iv. Do not dispose of batteries in fire, batteries may explode or leak.  
BATTERY REPLACEMENT  
The operating distance of the Remote Control is greatly reduced and  
becomes intermittent when the batteries are weak. You need to replace both  
of the batteries when these conditions occur.  
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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL CORRECTLY  
Point the Remote Control at the REMOTE SENSOR located on the main unit.  
The button functions are the same as the corresponding controls on the main  
unit.  
Bright ambient light sources can cause interference when using the infrared  
REMOTE SENSOR.  
The recommended effective distance for remote operation is about 15 feet.  
24. POWER BUTTON  
a) With the main unit power ON, press the POWER  
BUTTON once, the unit will go into Standby Mode and  
the STANDBY LED INDICATOR on the main unit will  
light.  
b) Press the POWER BUTTON again and the main unit  
will turn on and resume normal play function.  
25. PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON  
Press to start play or pause the CD (CD MODE).  
26. STOP BUTTON  
Press to stop CD play.  
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27+28. FOLDER “ DOWN” / ” UP” (MP3 CD)  
a. Press once to show the Folder number.  
b. Press twice to change the Folder number downward or  
upward.  
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29+30. SKIP/SEARCH “ / ”  
Skip or Search Backward / Forward for the desired track or  
passage in CD mode.  
31. MUTE BUTTON  
Press to silence the sound output.  
32. MODE BUTTON  
Press in sequence for different play modes.  
Random Play Normal Play.  
Playing CD DISC :  
Playing MP3 DISC :  
Repeat 1  
Repeat 1  
Repeat All  
Repeat Folder  
Random  
Repeat All  
Play  
Normal Play.  
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33. VOLUME (Up  
or Down )  
Press to adjust the volume  
34. BATTERY DOOR  
Slide open the BATTERY DOOR, then insert two “AAA” size (UM-4) batteries  
according to the polarity diagram inside the battery compartment.  
35. INFRARED TRANSMITTER.  
NOTE:  
If the Remote Controller is not to be used for a long time, remove the batteries to  
prevent possible damage from the batteries.  
Do not mix different types of batteries or old batteries with new ones.  
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RADIO OPERATION  
1. Slide the FUNCTION SWITCH to the “RADIO” position.  
2. Slide the BAND SWITCH to your desired band (AM, FM or FM ST.).  
3. Turn the TUNING KNOB to your desired radio station. The radio  
frequency appears in the LCD DISPLAY.  
4. Adjust the sound level by pressing the VOLUME buttons (Up/Down).  
5. To turn off the radio, press the POWER BUTTON once. The LCD DISPLAY  
will go “off” and the STANDBY LED INDICATOR will light.  
FM STEREO RECEPTION  
With the BAND SWITCH in the “FM ST”  
position, the FM Stereo Indicator “  
” will  
light up when listening to a strong station that  
is broadcasting in “Stereo”.  
When the FM stereo reception is weak, slide the BAND SWITCH to FM  
position. The reception may be improved, but the sound is monaural (MONO).  
TIPS FOR BEST RECEPTION  
AM – The AM antenna is located inside the cabinet of the main unit. If AM  
reception is weak, change the position of cabinet until the internal  
antenna picks up the strongest signal,  
FM – During FM reception, always keep the FM Wire Antenna fully extended.  
If FM reception is weak try repositioning the FM Wire Antenna until  
you find the strongest signal.  
BASS BOOST  
To enhance the low frequency sound, press the BASS BOOST BUTTON “ON”  
(a “click” will be heard). To release the BASS BOOST, press this button once  
again (two “clicks” will be heard).  
AUXILIARY (AUX) OPERATION  
You can play other music sources (MP3 player or other digital audio player)  
through the speakers of this system by connecting the AUX IN Jack to your  
external player’s audio out jack or headphone jack.  
1. Plug one end of an audio cable (not included) into the AUX IN Jack and the  
other end of the cable to the headphone jack of your digital audio player.  
2. Set the FUNCTION SWITCH to the “AUX” position.  
3. Press the POWER BUTTON to turn on the system  
4. Play your digital audio player.  
5. Press the VOLUME CONTROL BUTTON until you reach a comfortable  
listening level.  
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CD OPERATION  
THIS PLAYER PLAYS NOT ONLY COMMERCIAL CD’S BUT ALSO CD-RW DISCS.  
Because of non-standardized format definition/production of CD-R/RW,  
playback quality & performance are not guaranteed.  
Manufacturer is not responsible for the playability of CD-R/RW due to  
recording conditions such as PC performance, writing software, media  
ability, etc.  
Do not attach a label or seal to either side of the CD-R/RW disc. It may  
cause a malfunction.  
Note: If skipping occurs during CD playing, try turning the volume down.  
Do not open the CD DOOR when CD is playing.  
1. Open the CD DOOR by pressing the CD DOOR at the “PUSH OPEN” mark  
located on the CD door.  
2. Insert a CD disc into the CD Compartment with the label facing up and  
close the CD DOOR.  
Note: Ensure the CD DOOR is closed properly and locked in place.  
3. Set the FUNCTION SWITCH to the “CD” position.  
4. Press the POWER BUTTON once. The  
Player will start reading the CD.  
The total number of tracks on the disc  
will be shown in the LCD DISPLAY after  
a few seconds.  
Note:  
i. If there is no disc inside, “  
shown in the LCD DISPLAY.  
” will be  
ii. If the CD DOOR is not closed, the LCD  
DISPLAY will show “  
”.  
Play/Pause Mode  
5. When the PLAY/PAUSE "# BUTTON  
is pressed during CD stop mode, the first  
track will be played. The Play Indicator “ ”  
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will be shown in the LCD DISPLAY. The LCD  
DISPLAY will show the specific number of  
track being played.  
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6. To pause the CD playback, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE "# BUTTON once.  
The Play Indicator “"” will blink continuously on the LCD DISPLAY.  
7. Though the sound stops, the disc will continue to spin. To resume  
playing, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE "# BUTTON once again. The music  
will start from the exact position where it was paused.  
Skip And Search Mode  
8. In play or pause mode, when the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD  
or  
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BACKWARD  
BUTTON is pressed once, the player will go to play the  
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next track or go back to the beginning of the current track.  
9. In play mode, when the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD or BACKWARD  
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BUTTON is pressed and held, the player will search the track with an  
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audible high-speed forward or backward playback.  
Repeat Play Mode  
10. Repeat 1 :  
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed  
once, the “Repeat” Indicator will be  
shown on the LCD DISPLAY. This single  
track of music will be played repeatedly.  
11. Repeat All:  
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed  
twice, the “Repeat All” Indicator will be  
shown on the LCD DISPLAY. The whole  
disc will be played continuously.  
12. To cancel the repeat function, press the MODE BUTTON repeatedly until  
the Repeat Indicator disappears from the LCD DISPLAY.  
Random Play Mode  
This feature allows the track on the disc to be played in a random order.  
13. In CD stop mode, press the MODE  
BUTTON three times, the “  
indicator will appear on the LCD DISPLAY.  
Press the PLAY/PAUSE "# BUTTON  
once to start the playback.  
14. To cancel the random play function, press the MODE BUTTON again,  
” Indicator will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.  
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15. To stop the CD, press the CD STOP BUTTON once no matter the CD is in  
Play or Pause mode. The LCD DISPLAY will show the total number of  
tracks of the disc again.  
16. To turn off the unit, press the POWER BUTTON once.  
PROGRAMMED PLAY  
1. In CD stop mode, press the PROGRAM BUTTON once. The program  
Indicator “PROGRAM” and the Program No.  
” will light up and blink continuously  
to prompt for input.  
Note: The Player will exit the Program mode  
if there is no input in 30 seconds.  
2. Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD % or BACKWARD $ BUTTON to  
select your desired musical track.  
3. Press the PROGRAM BUTTON to store the track in memory when your  
desired track number appears on the  
DISPLAY. The Program No. will change  
to “P 02” and blink to prompt for another  
input.  
4. Repeat above procedure until all desired tracks have been programmed.  
You can program up to 20 tracks in the program memory.  
Remarks:  
Whenever the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD  
or BACKWARD  
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BUTTON is pressed during programming the CD Track, the LCD Display  
will always show the last programmed track first to recall your memory.  
After complete programming, the LCD  
DISPLAY will show “  
flash continuously.  
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5. Press the CD PLAY/PAUSE  
BUTTON once to start the program  
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playback in your programmed sequence.  
The CD Play Indicator “"” will light up.  
The Player will stop playback automatically  
when all the programmed tracks has been  
played.  
6. To check the programs you have stored in memory, press the PROGRAM  
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BUTTON once in CD stop mode, Program No. “  
” will light up and  
blink then press the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD BUTTON to view the  
programmed track.  
7. Repeat the procedure in step 6 above to view the rest of the programmed  
tracks one by one.  
8. To cancel the programmed memory :  
i. Press the CD STOP  
BUTTON once in CD stop mode.,  
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OR  
ii. Open the CD DOOR in CD stop mode.  
The “PROGRAM” Indicator will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.  
PLAYING MP3 DISCS  
Note:  
i.  
If skipping occurs during MP3 Disc playing, try turning the volume down.  
ii. When MP3 disc is playing, do not open the CD DOOR.  
1. Open the CD DOOR by pressing the CD DOOR at the “PUSH OPEN”  
mark located on the CD door.  
2. Insert an MP3 Disc into the CD Compartment with the label or print side  
facing up and close the CD DOOR.  
Note: Ensure the CD DOOR is closed properly and locked in place.  
3. Set the FUNCTION SWITCH to “CD” position.  
4. Press the POWER BUTTON once.  
The Player will start reading the CD. The  
total number of tracks on the disc will be  
shown in the LCD DISPLAY after a while.  
Note:  
i. If there is no disc inside, “  
” will be shown on the LCD DISPLAY.  
ii. If the CD DOOR is not closed, the DISPLAY will show “  
”.  
Play/Pause Mode  
5. When the PLAY/PAUSE  
BUTTON is pressed during CD stop mode,  
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the first track will be played. The Play  
Indicator “ ” will light up. The “  
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Indicator will appear as well indicating that  
an MP3 Disc is being played. The LCD  
DISPLAY will show the specific track number being played.  
6. To select the specific musical tracks inside the MP3 Disc.  
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MP3 music can be stored into the CD Disc with or without folders  
according to your “MP3 burning method”.  
a. If the MP3 disc is created without dividing into folder, all track number  
will be shown directly on the LCD DISPLAY. The Album number e.g.  
will only appear briefly on the LCD DISPLAY after pressing the  
FOLDER UP "or DOWN &BUTTON.  
b. If the music is stored in different folders, then you must select the  
specific Album number first by pressing the FOLDER UP  
or DOWN  
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BUTTON ; afterwards press the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD  
or  
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BACKWARD  
BUTTON to select the specific Track number located  
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inside this Album.  
c.  
Example : To select Album # 4, track # 3.  
STEP – 1 : Press the FOLDER UP " or  
DOWN & BUTTON to select  
the Album # 4.  
STEP – 2 : Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH  
FORWARD  
or BACKWARD  
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Track # 3 inside this Album  
# 4.  
7. To pause the MP3 Disc playback, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE "#BUTTON  
once. The Play Indicator “ ” will blink continuously on the LCD DISPLAY.  
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8. Though the sound stops, the disc will continue to spin. To resume  
playing, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE "#BUTTON once again. The music  
will start from the exact position where it was paused.  
Repeat Mode  
9. Repeat 1 :  
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When the MODE BUTTON is pressed once, the “REPEAT” Indicator will  
light. This single track of music will be repeated.  
10. Repeat Folder :  
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed twice,  
the “REPEAT” and “ALBUM” indicators will  
be shown. This specific folder will be  
played repeatedly.  
11. Repeat All :  
When the REPEAT BUTTON is pressed  
three times, the “REPEAT ALL” Indicator  
will be shown. The whole disc can be  
played continuously.  
12. To cancel the Repeat Function  
Press the MODE BUTTON repeatedly until the Repeat Indicator  
disappears from the LCD DISPLAY.  
Skip And Search Mode  
13. During play or pause mode, when CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD  
or  
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BACKWARD  
BUTTON is pressed once, it will go to the next track or go  
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back to the beginning of the track.  
14. During play mode, when CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD % or BACKWARD  
BUTTON is pressed once and held, it will search the track with audible  
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high speed forward or backward playback.  
Random Play Mode  
This feature allows the tracks on the disc to be played in a random order.  
15. During the CD Stop mode, press the  
MODE BUTTON four times, the  
” Indicator will show on the  
LCD DISPLAY. Press the PLAY/PAUSE  
"#BUTTON once to start the playback.  
16. To cancel the Random Play function, press the MODE BUTTON again,  
” Indicator will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.  
17. To stop the MP3 disc, press the CD STOP BUTTON once whether the  
MP3 disc is in Play or Pause mode.  
18. To turn off the unit, press the POWER BUTTON once.  
MP3 PROGRAMMED PLAY  
1. In CD stop mode, press the PROGRAM BUTTON once. The “PROGRAM”  
Indicator and the number of Program to be memorized starts from the  
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first program “  
” will light up and blink continuously. Press the  
FOLDER UP " or DOWN & BUTTON and then press CD SKIP/SEARCH  
FORWARD % or BACKWARD $ BUTTON to select your desired music  
track. The LCD DISPLAY will show the track number of this specific  
Album to be programmed. Press the PROGRAM BUTTON to store this  
track in memory.  
2. Repeat above procedure until all desired tracks have been programmed.  
Remarks: Whenever the FOLDER UP  
or DOWN  
BUTTON is  
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pressed, it will always show the last programmed Album  
number first to recall your memory.  
A total of 20 tracks can be stored in memory. After completion of the  
programming of all the 20 tracks, the LCD DISPLAY will show  
” and blink continuously.  
3. To start the Programmed playback, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE "#  
BUTTON once and the CD Play Indicator “ ”, “PROGRAM”, “MP3”  
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Indicator and the track number of the specific Album will light up.  
4. To check the program you have stored after programming, press the  
PROGRAM Button once. “PROGRAM” and Program No. “  
up and blink.  
” will light  
5. Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD % BUTTON to view the  
programmed track of the Album and then press FOLDER UP "or DOWN  
& Button to view the Album number.  
Example : Album # 3, Track # 2.  
6. Repeat the procedure in steps 3 & 4 above to view the rest of the  
programmed track and Album one by one.  
7. To cancel the programmed memory :  
i. During CD stop mode, press the CD STOP ! BUTTON once.  
OR  
ii. Open the CD Door during CD stop mode.  
The “PROGRAM” Indicator will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.  
USB OPERATION  
1. Slide the FUNCTION SWITCH to “CD”.  
NOTE: Make sure no disc is located inside the CD compartment.  
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2. Insert the USB plug of an Auxiliary  
device (e.g.: Portable MP3 Player or  
Flash Drive) into the USB PORT located  
on the front of this unit, The LCD  
DISPLAY will show “no”.  
3. Press the CD/USB Button (#16) once, “USB” Indicator will be shown in the  
LCD DISPLAY. Afterwards, the total  
number of music on the player or drive  
will be shown as well.  
4. Press the CD PLAY/PAUSE  
"#  
BUTTON again to start playing the music.  
5. USB playback operates the same way as mentioned in above section  
“PLAYING MP3 DISC”, they share all the same function and operation  
methods as an MP3 Disc.  
6. To exit from the USB playback mode, press and hold the CD/USB Button  
again, the “USB” Indicator will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.  
IMPORTANT:  
Because there are so many different MP3 file types in the market  
today, this unit might not support all of the formats available due to  
the changing encoding methods.  
USING HEADPHONES (NOT INCLUDED)  
Inserting the plug of your headphones into the Headphone jack will enable  
you to listen in private. When using headphones, the speakers will be  
disconnected automatically.  
READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR  
HEADPHONES  
1. Avoid extended play at very high volume as it may impair your hearing.  
2. If you experience ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or shut off your  
unit.  
3. Keep the volume at a reasonable level even if your headset is an open-air  
type  
designed  
to  
allow  
you  
to  
hear  
outside  
sounds.  
Please note that excessively high volume may still block outside sounds.  
CARE AND MAINTENANCE  
Children should be supervised when using this appliance.  
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