Disc Music Menu

Press the SELECT knob to access the Disc music menu.

Turn the SELECT knob to scroll, then press it to select any of the following category buttons on the MP3 music menu to display the corresponding category screen:

• Folders/Playlists

Select to view the folders stored on the disc. Select a folder to view the list of all the songs in that folder. There might be a delay before the list displays.

Select the song from the list and it begins to play.

• Track List (All Songs)

Select to view a list of all songs on the disc. There might be a delay before the list displays.

Select a song from the list and it begins to play. Songs are displayed based on the CD burning application folder and file structure used.

• Artists

Select to view the list of artists that have been stored on the disc. Select an artist name to view a list of all songs by the artist. There might be a delay before the list displays. Select the desired song from the list and it begins to play.

• Albums

Select to view the albums on the disc. Select the album to view a list of all songs on the album.

There might be a delay before the list displays. Select a song from the list and it begins to play.

• Genres

Select to view the genres on the disc. Select a genre to view a list of all songs of that genre. There might be a delay before the list displays. Select a song from the list and it begins to play.

• Song Titles

Select to display a list of all songs on the disc. There might be a delay before the list displays. Select a song from the list and it begins to play. Songs are displayed in alphabetical order based on the Song Title ID3 tag, if available.

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