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CD-206/ 204/ 203/ DPF-R6010/ R4010/ R3010 (En)
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In the case of a CD-TEXT disc, the tracks to be heard can be
searched by title.
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Load a disc (CD-TEXT support) in the CD
player.
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Check that the unit is in the normal play
TRACK mode.
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Press the
ALL TEXT SEARCH
key.
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: Keys and controls used in the operations described on this page.
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Searching for tracks by title (TITLE SEARCH)
(CD-206/DPF-R6010 only)
Press the TITLE SEARCH key.
Select the name of the track (title) to be heard.
Start playback.
To stop the search, press the
TITLE SEARCH key again.
Track title
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When no CD-TEXT discs are loaded, the
”NO CD TEXT“
display will
appear for approx. 3 seconds.
The track number
skips forward.
The track number skips
backward.
If no keys are operated for more than a second, the track title is scrolled
on the display.
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What is displayed will differ depending on the item which has been
selected by
TEXT DISPLAY.
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The letters move toward the left.
Track NO. being played
Elapsed time of track being played
Display scrolling
Some track titles contain so much text information that the full
titles will not fit on the display.
In cases like this, the letters on the
display move from right to left so that the non-visible part of the
title is revealed.
This type of display movement is known as
“scrolling display.”
Display example
Scroll display
Blinks.
Hereafter the illustration of the common parts
on the front panel is of CD-206/ DPF-R6010.
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