Random playback

To playback a track/index/file(s) at random, press the RPT/RDM button for 0.5 second or longer while the track/index/file is playing.

To playback a track/index/file(s) at random, press the RPT/RDM button for 0.5 second or longer while the track/index/file is playing.

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

When connecting USB storage device:

When connecting iPod:

When connecting iPod:

NOTE

NOTE
The FOLDER RDM indication refers to the random playback in the folders. It randomly repeats all of the tracks in the folder.

The ALL RDM indication refers to the random playback in the entire USB storage device. It randomly repeats all of the tracks in the USB storage device.

The ALBUM RDM indication refers to the shuffle playback in the album. It randomly repeats all of the indexes in the album.

The SONG RDM indication refers to the shuffle playback in the entire iPod. It randomly repeats all of the indexes in the iPod.

When an iPod is connected, the files are played back at random by the shuffle function of the iPod. Therefore, iPod operation may be different depending on the model of the connected iPod.

When an audiobook or a podcast is playing, the mode does not change even if you press the RPT/RDM button for 0.5 second or longer.

To cancel the random playback mode, press the RPT/RDM button for more than 0.5 second and select CANCEL. The RDM indication will turn off, and the normal playback mode will resume.

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