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[. . . ] (When reatt achi ng the frame , point the side wi th a groove dow nwards and attach it. Leve r Insert the leve rs sup plied with the uni t into the grooves at both sides of the uni t and show n in figure unti l they click. Pulling the levers makes possible to remove the unit fro m the dashboard. RE AR Rc h LI NE OUT RE AR Lc h LI NE OUT RED BLUE YELLOW BLACK GREY GREY/BLACK VIOLET VIOLET/BLACK WHITE WHITE/BLACK GREEN GREEN/BLACK Fastening the unit to the factory radio mounting bracket: 2 3 2 1. [. . . ] INTRO (Preview all Tracks) When this button is pressed, "INT ON" indication is displayed and the first several seconds of each track of the disc is played. FAT 12/ FAT 16/ FAT 32 is possible - FAT 12/16 (dir: 200 support, file:500 support), - FAT 32 (dir: 200 support, file:500 support). REPEAT When RPT button is pressed, "RPT ON" indication is displayed and playback of the selected track will be continually repeated until the track repeat mode is cancelled by pressing RPT button again. RANDOM When RDM button is pressed, "RDM ON" indication is displayed and each track of the disc is played in random instead of normal order. Note: Because of the great variety of products with SD and MMC card slots and their sometimes quite manufacturer-specific functions the producer can neither guarantee that all devices will be recognized nor that all operating options that are possible in theory will actually work. tRACK DOWN/UP SELECT (In case of MP3/WMA files) -10/5 button: 10 Track down +10/6 button: 10 Track up Selection of MP3/WMA files 1. Searching Time •Press AMS one time, then searching time is activated. €¢Turn VOL knob to right or left, select the time you want. €¢Press VOL knob, then the select time of the song will play 11 12 RCD 120BT(/B) • MANUAL CD/SD/MMC/USB OPERATIONS RCD 120BT(/B) • MANUAL 2. Searching Track •Press AMS twice, then searching track is activated. €¢Turn VOL knob to right or left, select the track you want. Searching File Name: •Press AMS 3 times, then file search is activated. •Press VOL knob , then the first directory is displayed. €¢Turn VOL knob to right or left, you can select the directory you want. €¢Press VOL knob again, then the directory is fixed and the first file name is displayed. €¢Turn VOL knob to right or left, you can select the file you want. Searching Character: •Press AMS 4 times, then character search mode is activated. €¢Turn VOL knob to right or left, you can select the letter you want. €¢The song which has same character you selected is displayed. €¢Turn VOL knob to right or left, you can select the song you want. long press SEL key , select AF and TA ON , AF flashing on display TA appears on display. Turn on car unit, put your mobile near the unit, activate your mobile bluetooth function. [. . . ] Notes on creating your own CD-R or CD-RW containing MP3 files: To enjoy high quality sound, we recommend converting to MP3 files with a sampling frequency of 44. For ISO 9660 - compliant format, the maximum allowable depth of nested folders is 8, including the root directory (folder). â· When CD-R disc is used, playback is possible only for discs, which have been finalized. â· Make sure that when MP3 CD-R or CD-RW is burned that it is formatted as a data disc and NOT as an audio disc. [. . . ]

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