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Q: How do I select the play mode when using a USB device?

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How do I select the play mode when using a USB device?

When you are playing music through the audio system with a USB device, you can select the play mode very easily. To do so, press the Setup button, then rotate the selector knob to choose your desired mode. Press the selector knob to select the mode. The available modes are Normal Play, Repeat One Track, Repeat One Folder, Random in Folder, and Random All.

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