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Here are a few programming examples:
Chapters 25 and 12 of Title # 2 on disc #3 (two steps):
Disc number Title number Memory 1 Memory 2
s Other Memory Functions
Leaving the MEMORY display page To leave the MEMORY display page, press the RETURN or MEMORY button. Correcting an entry of a previously programmed step:
a) Use the / buttons to move the cursor to the corresponding memory number. b) Select the entry (D, T or C) you wish to change with the buttons. c) Enter the correct value using the numeric buttons.
All chapters of Title #1 on disc #1:
Disc number Title number Memory 3
Erasing a step a) Stop playback. b) If the Memory sequence is not currently displayed, press the MEMORY button to select it. c) Select the step you wish to erase with the / buttons. d) Press the CLEAR button to erase the selected step. Erasing the entire Memory sequence To erase all steps, either switch the DVD Changer off and back on again, or open and close the disc tray.
Chapter 2 of Title #4 on disc #1:
MEMORY 13 23 31 41
DT 02 02 01 04 C D 25 8 â 12 9 â â â 10 â 02 11 â T ââ ââ ââ ââ C ââ ââ ââ ââ
15 â 16 â 17 â 18 â
DT ââ ââ ââ ââ
C ââ ââ ââ ââ
22 â 23 â 24 â 25 â
T ââ ââ ââ ââ
C ââ ââ ââ ââ
Programming the next step during playback If you press the MEMORY button during playback, a menu page is displayed where you can program a new step. Programming several new steps during playback a) Press the MEMORY button followed by the DISPLAY button. The Memory menu appears on the TV screen. b) Continue with step 3 on page 22.
5 â â â â â 12 â â â â â 19 â â â â â 26 â â â â â 6 â â â â â 13 â â â â â 20 â â â â â 27 â â â â â 7 â â â â â 14 â â â â â 21 â â â â â 28 â â â â â
âCopyâ the settings of the previous memory: Doing so allows you to use the settings of the previous memory as a starting point and only change one entry. Example: if memory 1 refers to disc 3/Title 2/Chapter 25, while memory 2 needs to refer to disc 1/Title 2/Chapter 12, you can âcopyâ memory 1 to memory 2 and modify the âCâ (chapter) entry: â¢ Program the memory to be copied (example: memory 1), and press the ENTER button. The DVD Changer advances to memory 2. â¢ Use the numeric buttons to enter the chapter number 12 on the black cursor on the âCâ entry, then press the ENTER button, âDâ and âTâ on the memory 1 are copied to memory 2.
Getting Started Connections Basic Playback Advanced Playback Function Setup Others
â¢ Some discs do not allow Memory playback. â¢ The Repeat function (see page 21) is also available during playback of your Memory sequence. Press the REPEAT button to activate it for the current step of your Memory sequence. â¢ You can only program Title (or Track) and Chapter numbers that exist on the selected disc. â¢ For audio CDs, the âTâ entry allows you to select the track, while the âCâ entry is not used. â¢ The Memory function is also available during playback.