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Q: How do I scan the USB folders?

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How do I scan the USB folders?

You can scan through the folders on your USB device to find the folder you would like to play. To do so, simply press and hold the Scan button until it beeps. The sound system will then play the first 10 seconds of the first track in the next folder. After the 10 seconds has eclipsed, the system will move to the first track in the following folder, and so on. When you find the folder you would like to play, simply press the Scan button again.

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