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Setting the Desired Playback Order
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PLAY ENTER RETURN
Title : 2 Chapter : 25
Title : 2 Chapter : 12
Title : 1 Chapter : 1
MEMORY CLEAR Numeric buttons DISPLAY
Your DPC-6.1 comes with a special 28-step memory that allows you to program the order in which the Titles and Chapters/tracks are to be played back. Such âsequencesâ can include material from several discs.
Programming Memory Sequences
The DPC-6.1âs Memory function allows you to program the order in which the material on one or several discs should be played back.
s Programming the D, T and C entries
Here are a few hints that explain the programming system and help you save time:
If you only want to select the next track for playback, using the Next Selection function is a lot faster. See page 24.
For Video and audio CDs, you can only program the disc (âDâ) and Track numbers. Track numbers are assigned to the âTâ entry. The âCâ entry only applies to DVD videos.
1 2 3
Insert the disc(s) you need for programming the desired sequence.
Only specify what you does need to change: Disc number: if a subsequent entry refers to the previously selected disc number, you do not need to enter it again for the new step. (Do not change the âââ setting for âDâ.) Title number (DVD videos only): if a subsequent step refers to another Chapter of the previously selected Title, only entering the Chapter number is enough. (Do not change the âââ setting for the âDâ and âTâ entries.) Chapter number (DVD videos only): if you want the DPC6.1 to play back all Chapters of the selected Title, leave the âCâ entry blank.
Switch on your TV set.
Stop playback if it is still running, and press the MEMORY button.
MEMORY 1â 2â 3â 4â
DT ââ ââ ââ ââ C D â ââ 8 ââ 9 â â â 10 â â â 11 â T ââ ââ ââ ââ C ââ ââ ââ ââ DT ââ ââ ââ ââ C ââ ââ ââ ââ D â T ââ ââ ââ ââ C ââ ââ ââ ââ
15 â 16 â 17 â 18 â
22 23 â 24 â 25 â
The letters on this menu page have the following meaning: D: Disc number, T: Title (or Track) number, C: Chapter number.
Use the numeric buttons on the remote controller to enter the numbers you wish to include in your Memory sequence. Use the / buttons to move the cursor to the âDâ, âTâ, or âCâ column, depending on whether you want to enter a disc, Title (or Track), or Chapter number. Confirm your selection by pressing the ENTER. The DPC-6.1 now jumps to the next Memory step.
Program the remaining steps.
Press the PLAY button to start playback of your memory sequence.
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