Program play – Marantz SA-14 User Manual
Programming (To play the desired tracks in a
(Example: To program track No. 6 first, then track No. 14.)
button in stop mode. The PROGRAM indicator
* If the operations in step and following are not performed within 30
seconds in this mode, the unit will automatically return to the stop
Specify the first track to be programmed using the numeric buttons.
(Display example: The first programmed track is track number 6.)
Then program another track by repeating the procedure in step 2
above. Up to 20 tracks can be programmed in this way.
(Display example: The second programmed track is track No. 14.)
After having programmed all the desired tracks, press the
The PROGRAM indicator status changes from flashing to continu-
ously lit, indicating that the program is completed.
* When performing steps w to r, the program will be automatically
entered unless the next operation is performed within 10 seconds.
button, The programmed tracks will be played
in the programmed order.
Light up continously
• How many tracks is it possible to program?
Up to 20 tracks can be included in the program. With delete
programming, up to 20 tracks can be omitted from the program.
• How do you play programmed tracks repeatedly?
button once. The REP indicator lights up
and the program playback will be repeated.
• How do you play programmed tracks in a random order?
To check the program contents
button while the unit has stopped operating.
The programmed tracks (track numbers) will appear one after the other
in the sequence in which they were programmed.
To add programs
button in the stop mode. The PROGRAM indicator will
flash, indicating that programs can now be added.
To delete programmed tracks
If the program has already been entered, press the
to establish the program input mode.
Then press the
button to delete the tracks in sequence
starting with the one programmed last.
To release the program play mode
button while play is stopped. All the programmed
tracks will now be cleared, and the normal play mode will be restored.