Control Buttons

The knobs and buttons used to control the CD/DVD player are:

CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary): Press to switch between CD/DVD, auxiliary input, and USB devices.

: Press to or select tracks.: Press to select tracks.

TUNE/TONE: Turn and then press to select tracks.

MENU/SELECT: Turn and then press to select.

and restart CD or DVD playback. (Play/Pause): Press to pause and restart CD or DVD playback.

MP3 playback mode, press and REV (Fast Reverse): In CD or MP3 playback mode, press and hold to reverse playback quickly within a track. Sound is heard at a reduced volume. When released, normal playback resumes and the elapsed time of the track displays.

In DVDAudio playback mode, press once to change playback to a speed of 2X. Each successive press changes playback to a speed of 4X, 10X, or 21X. Press normal playback. to resume normal playback.

MP3 playback mode, press and FWD (Fast Forward): In CD or MP3 playback mode, press and hold to advance playback quickly within a track. Sound is heard at a reduced volume. When released, normal playback resumes and the elapsed time of the track displays.

In DVDAudio playback mode, press once to change playback to a speed of 2X. Each successive press changes playback to a speed of 4X, 10X, or 21X. Press normal playback. to resume normal playback.

Inserting a Disc(Eject): Press to eject the disc.

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