Q: How do I select a USB file?

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How do I select a USB file?

When playing music from a USB device through the sound system, there are two ways to select a file:

  1. Rotate the TURN-Scroll knob to the desired file.
  2. Use the up and down arrows on the Seek Track button to scroll to the desired file.
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