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To cycle through the saved radio station frequencies, press the Play/Pause/M+ button on the remote or on the HM3817DTBLK. On the remote, this is the middle button in the third row (between the tune/skip/search - and tune/skip/search + buttons). On the music system, this is the third button to the right of the LCD display.
BMP accepts the following options:
Show summary of options.
Select BMP/XMMS session (Default: 0).
Skip backwards in playlist.
Start playing current playlist.
Pause current song.
Stop current song.
Pause if playing, play otherwise.
Skip forward in playlist.
Don't clear the playlist.
Show the main window.
-v,--version Print version number and exit. ford performance chip.
mode: for repeat
10+Album: to change song more than 10 like 11 19 Skip/Search: press one time will go to next song press and hold search the song Play/Pause: start playing song or make it stop Stop : stop the song you are playing Eq/Prog : setting menu Vol+- increase or decrease the sound
According to the manual, which can be found online here: http://www.radioshack.com/graphics/uc/rsk/Support/ProductManuals/55041503_PM_EN.pdf, once you start a song using the Play button, you can immediately press the Next button to skip to the next song. It appears that the next button is the right button on the control pad.
Here is the layout of the control pad, from what I can determine online:
Hello my name is Ben. I have had 2 of these cars and they both worked the same. Once you load the cartridge with your CDs and insert the cartridge into changer and close that little door on the changer the rest is automatic. On the dash you will see two buttons to the left of the radio display. One says TAPE AUX. That is the button that switches from radio to the CD changer. Push the TAPE AUX button and the CD changer will play whichever CD is selected. The PREV button if pressed during the first 8 seconds of a song will go to the previous song, if PREV is pressed after 8 seconds it will go to the beginning of the song. The PROG button will go to the next CD. The NEXT button will go to the next song on the CD you are playing. The REV and FWD allow you to quickly move within a song, either forward or backward. If you have any other questions, just ask, I have the owners manual readily available. I know it should be in the car, LOL
It is most likely an anti-skip feature built into the radio. Many radios have this option and they pause for a moment and build up a bit of the song into the internal memory(up to 60 seconds), and this internal memory helps keep your CD from skipping.
On the front panel: REV Button (DVD)
Press to view the DVD picture in fast reverse motion
or to reverse playback of an Audio CD.
Press to skip Chapters or Tracks.
FWD Button (DVD)
Press to fast forward the Disc. Press PAUSE, then
press this button to begin slow motion playback.
Press this button repeatedly to change the forward
speed of slow motion.
Press to skip Chapters or Tracks.
I hope this helps,.
If not, feel free to conact me.
ok... when your looking at it from the front (screen forward) on the right there are 4 buttons.. the top button is play/pause push that the turn on the mp3 player. underneath the play/pause button is the stop button this stops the song and when you hold the stop button down it turns off the mp3 player. the next buttons are the skip forward and skip backward buttons..
on the left side, the very top button the longer shaped one is the +/- volume button. underneath the +/- button is the equalizer button push this to changed the sound of the device.. and the last button i have yet to figure out.. i hope this helps you..