Repeating

Type C audio
Type A and B audio

To repeat a track/file, briefly press the RPT/RDM button while the track/file is playing.
Type C audio

To repeat a track/file, briefly press the RPT/RDM button while the track/file is playing.

Each time you briefly press the button, the mode changes in the following sequences.

Type A and C audio:

*: Type C audio only

*: Type C audio only

Type B audio:

NOTE

NOTE
The RPT indication refers to the repeat playback of a single track. It repeats the track that is playing.

The F-RPT indication refers to the repeat playback of a folder. It repeats the all of the tracks in the folder. It is possible to select the function when the MP3/WMA/AAC format track is playing.

The D-RPT indication refers to the repeat playback of a disc. It repeats the tracks on the CD. It is only possible to select this function for type B audio.

To cancel the track/file repeat-play mode, briefly press the RPT/RDM button and select CANCEL. The RPT indication will turn off, and the normal playback mode will be resumed.

NOTE
The repeat-play mode will be cancelled if you perform any of the following steps.

Press the  Press the disc select button (type B audio) button
Press the disc select button (type B audio)
Press the SCAN button
Press the LOAD button when
there is free space in the CD magazine (type B audio)

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