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Q: How do I select a CD track?

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How do I select a CD track?

A: It’s very easy to choose which CD track you...

It’s very easy to choose which CD track you would like to listen to. Simply press the up arrow on the Seek Track button to skip forward a track, or press the down arrow to skip back a track. On certain sounds systems, you can also rotate the Scroll knob to the track of your choice.

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