Select "Albums" .
A list of all albums by the selected artist stored
on the USB device is opened.
Select the desired album in the list.
The number of tracks on this album is then
shown in brackets on the "Track" button.
Select "Start playback".
The tracks on the selected album are played
one after the other.
The music search in USB mode only works if
the metadata for the tracks, the so-called ID3
tags, is available.
A database is created in the PCM for the
music search in USB mode. This can take a
The tracks from a music search are compiled
as the first entry in the track list in a playlist
named "Tracks from music search".
The tracks and playlists stored on the USB device are displayed in alphabetical order in the track list.
Keep pressing the button until the "USB" audio source is highlighted in the bottom line.
Select "Track list".
The menu is opened.
Select the desired track.
The track is played. - or -
Select the playlist and then the desired track.
The track is played.
Skipping to the previous/next track
If the current track has been playing for more than
10 seconds, pressing the button resumes
playback from the start of the current track.
If the current track has not yet been playing for 10
seconds, playback is resumed from the start of
the previous track.
If you wish to skip to the next track, briefly
press the button when a CD/DVD is playing.
If you wish to skip back to the start of the track, briefly press the button when a CD/DVD is playing.
Press the or the button for a few seconds
when a CD/DVD is playing.
Repeating a track
Activating this function repeats the current track.
Select "Repeat" in USB mode to activate ( ) or deactivate ( ) the function. - or -
Press the or button.
Switching the shuffle function on and off
If you have activated this function, the current
track is played to the end. Then all tracks are
played in random order.
Select "Shuffle" in USB mode to activate ( ) or deactivate ( ) the function.
The shuffle function is automatically switched off
as soon as a new music search is started.