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What You Can Do With the
Custom Files
The
player
can store 2 types
of information
called
"Custom
Files" for each
disc. Once
you have
stored
Custom
Files for a disc,
the player
automatically
recalls
what
you
have stored
whenever
you
select
the
disc.
Note
that Custom
Files will
be erased
if you don't
use
the player
for about
I
month.
You can store this information:
When you use
You can
Music
Clip
(page
16)
Group
the tracks on each disc
into up to 4 groups
Delete
Bank
(page
17)
Delete
unwanted
tracks and
store
only
the
tracks
you want
Erasing Custom Files
If the memory
for Custom
Files becomes
full,
the
player
displays
"FULL"
when
you press
FILE
to store
the information
and you
cannot
store any more
disc
information.
If necessary,
erase any unwanted
Custom
Files as follows:
To
erase
all CustomFilesof one disc
If the disc you want
to
clear is
stored
in
the Music
Clip,
remove all
the
tracks of
the
disc from
.the
dip
following
the
procedure in
"Remove
tracks from a dip" on page 17.
If
the
disc you want to clear is
stored in the
Delete Bank,
erase all the Delete Bank following
the
procedure in
"Erasing
the
Delete Bank" on
page
18.
To erase all Custom Files
of
all discs
While
holding down ERASE and 1on
the player,
press
POWER
to
turn off
and
on
the player.
"ALL
ErS" appears
in the
display
and all the Custom
Files will be
erased.
The Custom
File indication
lights
up
when
you
store
the corresponding
information.
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CLIPA B C DJ
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Delete Bank
Where
are Custom
Files stored?
Custom
Files
are stored
not on
the
disc but in
the
player's
memory.
This means
you
cannot
use
Custom
Files when
you
play
the
disc on other
players.
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How many
discs can you file?
You
can
file
up to
172
discs
in
the
Custom
File.
Grouping Tracks (Music
Clip)
You can group
the
track on each discinto
up to 4
groups
called
"clips."
Once
you
store a track
into
a clip,
you
can use
the
Music Clip
every
time
you
play
the
disc. You can also play only
the
tracks stored
in a
selected
clip.
You can
store
one track
into
four clips,
or all
tracks
on
a disc
into one clip.
Note
that
tracks
numbered
over 32 cannot be stored
into
a dip.
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MUSIC CUP buttons
Storing tracks into clips
1
Play
the
track
you want
to store into a clip.
2
Press
one
of
the.MUSIC
CLIPbuttons
(A, B,
C or
D).
"C-FI'LS"
appearsand
the
selected
1_$I_'CI2P
button
flashes for a while.
3
Repeat Steps
I
and 2 to store other tracks
into
clips.
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Sample