Very clear scan, I recommend it. Definitely a must have for any 3362 owner.
Alpine could have written a slightly more complete manual, though. It's already pretty huge, but the unit has so many functions, I feel some more explanation would have been better.
Yamaha's manual of their comparable YDSP-1 is a little better in my opinion.
The owners manual for the Pioneer VSX-D603S was exactly what I needed. I received it in a timely manor and it was priced fairly. I definately will use your servise again. Thank You
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â¢ Disc cannot be played back.
No MP3/WMA tracks are recorded on the disc. MP3/WMA tracks do not have the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> in their file names. MP3/WMA tracks are not recorded in the format compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2, Romeo, or Joliet.
Change the disc. Add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to their file names. Change the disc. (Record MP3/WMA tracks using a compliant application.) Skip to another track or change the disc. (Do not add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to non-MP3 or WMA tracks.) Do not use too many hierarchies and folders.
â¢ Noise is generated.
The track played back is not an MP3/WMA track (although it has the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma>). Readout time varies due to the complexity of the folder/ file configuration. Playback order is determined when the files are recorded.
â¢ A longer readout time is required (âCHECKâ keeps flashing on the display). â¢ Tracks cannot be played back as you have intended them to play.
â¢ Elapsed playing time is not This sometimes occurs correct. during play. This is caused by how the tracks are recorded on the disc. â¢ âNO FILESâ appears on the display. â¢ Correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name). The current disc does not contain any MP3/WMA tracks. This receiver can only display alphabets (capital: A â Z), numbers, and a limited number of symbols. Insert a disc that contains MP3/WMA tracks.