Aiwa AW PZP3 Owners Manual

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Display 21GB Checking the total playing time and titles (CD/MP3) Press DISPLAY in stop mode. Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: x When a CD/MP3 is in Normal Play mode TOC display 1) or total album number of the disc 2) or total track number of the current album3) t Volume label 4) t Album name 4) t Clock display 1)TOC = Table of Contents; displays total number of tracks on the disc, and total playing time of the disc 2)For discs with MP3 audio tracks in Normal play or SHUF mode 3)For discs with MP3 audio tracks in ALBM or ALBM SHUF mode 4)For discs with MP3 audio tracks, album titles or volume label may not be displayed depending on the play mode. x When a CD/MP3 is in Program Play mode The last track number of the program and the total playing time t Total track number of the program t Volume label* t Clock display * For discs with MP3 audio tracks Checking the station name (TUNER) Press DISPLAY while listening to the radio. Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: Station name 1) t Preset number 2) and frequency t Clock display 1)European model only2)Preset number is displayed only if you preset radio stations (page 13). Notes  The total playing time is not displayed for a disc with MP3 audio tracks.  ID3 tag applies to version 1 and version 2.  If the MP3 audio track you play back has an ID3 tag, the ID3 tag information is displayed as a track title.  In the following cases, elapsed playing time and remaining time of the track may not be displayed accurately. – when an MP3 audio track of VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is played. – when fast forward or fast reverse is performed.

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Optional Personal Computer (except for AWP-ZP1) 25GB For Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional/Home Edition To install the USB driver 1Connect the system to the computer with the supplied USB cable (see page 22). 2Start up the computer. 3Press ?/1 to turn on the system. 4Press PC (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to PC. The computer automatically detects the system and begins the device (OS standard driver) installation. Installation finishes automatically. Notes  The OS CD-ROM may be required depending on your computer. In this case, follow the instructions and set the CD-ROM in the drive.  Do not disconnect or connect the USB cable during detection. Tip To not install the driver, follow the instructions appearing on the monitor. To verify the status of the installed devices Be sure to check the status of the installed devices after you have installed their drivers. 1Open the [Control Panel]. In the Start menu, point to [Settings] and click [Control Panel]. (For Windows XP) In the Start menu, click [Control Panel], and then click [Switch to Classic View] on the left panel of the window. 2Double-click the [System] icon. The “System Properties” dialog box appears. 3Click the [Hardware] tab. 4Click the [Device Manager] button. Make sure that “devices by type” is selected in the “View” menu. 5Make sure that the following items are listed in the “Device Manager” dialog box.  “USB Audio Device” under “Sound, video and game controllers”  “USB Composite Device” under “Universal Serial Bus controllers” The illustration above shows an example Windows XP Professional screen. Notes  Other items in the “Device Manager” list may differ depending on your computer environment.  If the devices are not recognized, disconnect and reconnect the USB cable, and try to automatically install the drive drivers again. If the devices still are not recognized, reboot the computer. continued

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28GB To enhance your system, you can connect optional components. Refer to the operating instructions provided with each component. AWP-ZP5 is used for illustration purpose. A MD jacks Use audio cords (not supplied) to connect an optional analog component (MD deck or VCR, etc.) to these jacks. You can then listen to the sound from the component. B USB port (except for AWP-ZP1) Use the supplied USB cable to connect a personal computer (see “Optional Personal Computer (except for AWP-ZP1)” on page 22). C USB hub ports (AWP-ZP5 only) Connect an optional USB component (USB memory key, etc.) to these USB hub ports (see “Connecting an optional USB component” on page 27). Optional Components Hooking up optional components A personal computer From the audio output jacks of an optional analog componentOptional analog component Optional USB component

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