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• Disc Menu presents the menu of available chapters, within
whatever title you are watching at the moment. (See explanation
of DVD menus in this section.)
• Title gives you a list of available “titles” on the disc you are
watching. (See explanation of DVD menus in this section.)
• Up/Down/Left/Right keys allow you to move within a
particular menu screen, changing the highlighted item up/down/
left/right as you like, from the comfort of your chair.
• The Enter key allows you to select the highlighted item, having
the same effect as if you had pressed the button on the LCD
4 Transport Controls
You will ﬁnd the transport controls used to control the day-to-day
playback of discs just below the navigation keys.
• (previous) will move backward through the chapters or tracks
(or the playlist, if you have created one), one step at a time. As
with most players, the single exception to this is the ﬁrst time
you press the
key, which will take you to the beginning of
the track currently playing. Pressing the
key again within
approximately one second will then take you to the previous
(play) will start the disc spinning (if necessary) and start
playing the music, as expected.
• (next) will move forward through the tracks (or the playlist, if
you have created one), one track at a time.
(pause) will stop the music but allow the disc to continue
spinning; when you press Play, the music will start almost
immediately, and it will pick up from where you left off.
(stop) applies to both the music and the spinning of the disc.
When you press Play, the disc will need to take a few moments
to get up to speed prior to playing, and it will play from the
beginning of the disc or the playlist (if one has been created for
• Repeat will cycle the disc player through its repeat modes.
(scan reverse) provides a “rewind” function, the nature of
which is dictated by your navigation preference
selection in the
menu system. (See The Menu System for more information.)
(scan forward) provides a “fast forward” function, the nature
of which is dictated by your navigation preference
the menu system. (See The Menu System for more information.)
(eject) will cause the inserted disc to spin down and then eject.