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Playback from the first track
D.A.S.C. PGM SHUF B.BOOST 1 2 C
8 8 8 8 88
1 Connect headphones.
5 Close the top cover.
The letter written on the hand in each illustration accompanying the text indicates the position of the pressed key on the unit.
Skip (4, Â¢) keys
Press either key to skip tracks.
P.MODE/SEARCH (Play mode/Search) key
Press when using the program playback function or press together with one of the Skip keys to initiate the fast forward or fast reverse operation.
â€¢ Accepts the supplied headphones, or other optional headphones with a mini plug. â€¢ The REMOTE terminal can be used only when the unit has headphones with remote controller. (Seeâ€śAccessoriesâ€ť.) â€¢ Press down on the central front portion of the lid until it clicks.
Press for using various playback features.
D Play/pause (38) key
Press to play a disc, pause playback or switch power ON.
Stop/off (7) key
Press to stop the disc, turn power OFF or recharge the unit. Use to open the top lid.
2 Make sure the HOLD switch has been released.
G D.A.S.C. (Digital Anti Shock Circuit) key
H E L LO
â€¢ Release the HOLD switch when performing an operation. Track number Elapsed time of the track
Press to switch the Digital Anti-Shock Circuit which prevents sound from skipping.
H B.BOOST (Bass Boost) key
â€¢ The power comes ON and playback begins.
0 1 0 05
Press to activate low-frequency compensation. This does not operate with connection at the LINE OUT terminal.
Turn to adjust the listening level. This does not operate with connection at the LINE OUT terminal.
Open the top cover.
K REMOTE/PHONES (Remote/headphones) jack
Use to turn the hold function on/off.
7 Adjust the volume.
To decrease volume To increase volume
L DC IN (External DC power input jack) jack M LINE OUT jack
4 Place a disc.
â€¢ When listening through headphones with remote controller, set the volume of the main unit to around 40 and adjust with the volume control of the remote controller.
M Optical Output jack (OPT.OUT) (For CHINA and Duty Free Shop in JAPAN)
How to connect the DPC-781 to a digital recording component through the OPT. OUT jack. 1 Connect the DPC-781 to the household AC power supply through the provided AC adaptor and play the DPC-781. 2 Set the D.A.S.C.to OFF. 3 Put the DPC-781 to pause mode. 4 Set the digital recording component ready for recording. 5 Start recording on the digital recording component. 6 Restart playback of the DPC-781.
Place with labeled side up.
â€¢ Secure the disc by pushing a position near the center hole until it clicks.
To pause playback temporarily
To stop playback
To turn power OFF
After stopping playback, press the 7 key again.
0 1 0 05
1 0 4 8 23
â€¢ The total number of tracks and the total playing time of them will be displayed.
If no operation key has been pressed for 3 minutes while the unit is in the stop mode, the power is turned OFF automatically to prevent battery power consumption.
â€¢ When the 38key is pressed during playback, it pauses temporarily. Pressing the key again resumes playback.
Auto power-Off function