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Description of ONKYO DXC380 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Playing CDs

/ /

Stopping playback temporarily

Press the PAUSE button. The PAUSE indicator will light up. To resume playback, press the PLAY button, or press the PAUSE button again. The CD changer starts playing again from exactly the point at which it stopped.

Stopping playback

Press the STOP button. • When you open the loading drawer, the disc that was playing will be in the front disc tray.

Search play
Hold down the / button to fast forward the current track during playback. Hold down the / button to fast reverse the current track during playback. Release the / or / button when you reach the point on the track you want to play back. You can also use the remote controller to search by using the and buttons instead of the / and / buttons. • The unit starts fast forwarding at 10-times speed, and after four seconds at 60-times speed. • During the fast forward operation, you will hear a cueing sound at low volume. • When the end of the disc is reached, the unit will play back the next disc. • If you locate the top of the disc, the unit will cancel the fast forward operation and start playing back from the top of the disc (Track 1).






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Checking the elapsed or remaining time


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Press the DISPLAY button during playback. The display changes each time you press the DISPLAY button. SINGLE ELAPSED: Indicates how long the current track has been playing. SINGLE REMAIN: Indicates how much time is left for the current track. For beyond the 20th track, the unit displays “--: --”. TOTAL REMAIN: Indicates how much time is left for the entire disc to play. During memory play, this display indi-



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cates the playing time remaining for the entire sequence of tracks programmed into memory. The display returns to SINGLE ELAPSED time display.


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