Using the Radio to Control a USB Storage Device or iPod

The radio can control a USB storage device or an iPod using the radio buttons and knobs and display song information on the radio’s display.

SEEK: Press to go to the start of the track, if more than 10 seconds have played. Press and hold or press multiple times to continue moving backward through tracks. (Tune): Turn to select files.

SEEK: Press to go to the next track. Press and hold or press multiple times to continue moving forward through tracks. SEEK: Press to go to the start of the track, if more than 10 seconds have played. Press and hold or press multiple times to continue moving backward through tracks.

REV (Reverse): Press and hold to reverse playback quickly. SEEK: Press to go to the next track. Press and hold or press multiple times to continue moving forward through tracks.

Sound is heard at a reduced volume. Release  REV to resume playing. The elapsed time of the file displays. REV (Reverse): Press and hold to reverse playback quickly.

Sound is heard at a reduced volume. Release FWD (Fast Forward): Press and hold to advance playback quickly. Sound is heard at a reduced volume. Release  FWD to resume playing. The elapsed time of the file displays. REV to resume playing. The elapsed time of the file displays.

(Information): Press to display additional information about the selected track. FWD (Fast Forward): Press and hold to advance playback quickly. Sound is heard at a reduced volume. Release (Information): Press to display additional information about the selected track. FWD to resume playing. The elapsed time of the file displays.

Using Softkeys to Control a USB Storage Device or iPod (Information): Press to display additional information about the selected track.

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