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• Time cycles through the four time display modes:
time elapsed on track
time elapsed on disc
time remaining on track
time remaining on disc
• Prog (for Program) allows you to quickly and easily create a
programmed sequence of tracks (or chapters) to be played on the
current disc. Pressing Prog will take you directly to the program
page of the menu system, regardless of where you might be.
Once on the program page, you can change the highlighted track
using the Up and Down buttons, and can use the Enter button
to toggle whether it is included in the current program. Pressing
Prog a second time returns you to wherever you had been. (Note
that the program function is not available during play or pause,
only when the disc player is in
• Vol (for Volume) buttons raise and lower the output level,
assuming you are using the analog outputs in their variable
output mode. If you set the analog outputs to their ﬁxed,
line-level setting, or if you are using the digital output to your
preampliﬁer/processor, these buttons will have no effect.
• Mute will engage the mute function as you have deﬁned it
(either Classic, Speciﬁc, or Dampening; see The Menu System
3 Navigation Keys
The central section of the remote control contains the navigation keys.
This array of keys is similar to what you may have seen on remote controls
for disc players, and is used for navigation of the menu system.
• Setup serves two functions: it calls up the menu system when
you need it in order to adjust something to your preference;
once within the menu system, pressing Setup returns you to the
previous level of the menu system. If you press Setup
the top level of the menu system, it will take you back out of the
menu system to the normal display.
• Home restores the normal display of chapter/track, time, and
transport controls to the LCD touchscreen. This provides a quick
way to get back to normal operation, regardless of how deep you
might be in the menu system.
a note about DVD menus: The DVD standard supports two levels of menus:
1) a menu of available “titles” on the disc (e.g., the main movie,
plus extra “bonus” materials like documentaries, etc.);
2) each “title” then has a subordinate menu of chapters within the