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Names and Functions of Parts
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51. Calendar display (1 to ;, )
The tracks following the currently playing track are lighted. If more
than 21 following tracks are set, the indicator will light. An under-
line appears underneath track numbers for which cue points or loops
have been set.
52. Track number/folder number display (TRACK/FLD)
When playing an audio CD, the [TRACK] indicator lights, and the
two-digit track number appears (01 to 99).
When playing MP3, [TRACK] lights and the track number is displayed
(01 to 999). During folder search, the [FLD] indicator lights, and a
two-digit folder number is displayed (00 to 99).
53. MEMORY display
If the currently selected track includes cue memory or loop memory,
the [MEMORY] indicator lights and the MEMORY display indicates
the relative starting position of the cue or loop. Two dots are used to
display 1 point, and even if multiple starting positions are included
within a single point, only one point is displayed.
54. Dot matrix display (100x7 dots)
The dot matrix is used to display TEXT, WAVE, guides and other in-
formation. Text up to 48 characters can be displayed (text longer
than 16 characters is scrolled). ☞ P. 17
When WAVE display is used, the entire track is scaled so as to fit
into the width of the display (100 dots width), with playback level
shown across the display.
55. ALL track number display
When playing an audio CD, this display shows the total number of
tracks on the disc. During MP3 playback, the number of tracks in-
side the folder is shown.
56. Auto cue indicator (A.CUE)
Lights when auto cue is ON.
57. REMAIN indicator
This indicator lights to indicate that track’s remaining time is being
58. Time (minutes) display (M)
59. Time (seconds) display (S)
60. Frame display (F)
Seventy-five frames equal one second.
61. Master tempo indicator (MT)
Lights when the master tempo function is ON.
62. TEMPO display
Displays change in playing speed (tempo) caused by movement of
the tempo adjust slider.
63. CUE point indicator
When a point is recorded in the CUE button or LOOP IN button for
the currently selected track, the [CUE] indicator lights and the point’s
relative starting position is shown in the display (2 lighted dots).
64. Playing address display
To provided a quick grasp of the current track’s elapsed time and
remaining playing time, the entire track is shown as a bar graph scaled
over the entire width of the display.
¶ During elapsed time display, the bar graph’s indicator segments
turn on from left to right.
¶ During remaining time display, the bar graph indicator segments
turn off from left to right.
¶ When a track has less than 30 seconds of remaining play time,
the graph flashes slowly; when less than 15 seconds remain, the
flashing becomes quicker.
Jog dial display
71. Operation display
This display shows the relative playing position, with one revolution
equivalent to 135 frames. During playback, the display rotates, and it
stops during pause mode.
72. Cue point position indicator
Indicates position of cue points.
73. Audio memory status indicator
This indicator flashes during audio memory write, and lights when
writing has been sufficiently completed. When the indicator is flash-
ing, it may not be possible to record real time cue points, or hot cue
points. The indicator also flashes when memory insufficiency oc-
curs due to scratch operation.
74. Jog touch detection indicator
In VINYL mode, this indicator lights to indicate that the jog dial sur-
face has been touched.
75. VINYL mode indicator
Lights during VINYL mode.
65. BPM display (0 to 360 BPM)
This display shows the Beats-Per-Minute (BPM) of the currently play-
ing track (detection range 70 to 180 BPM). The automatic BPM coun-
ter may be unable to compute the correct BPM for some tracks.
66. Tempo control range display (±6, ±10, ±16, WIDE)
Displays the variable range of the tempo adjust slider as selected
with the tempo control range selector button.