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On fornt of the player you have the buttons for opreation.You can use these buttons to operate your DVD player with out remote.
I have attached a image for your BD-P1600 player so your reference
1.DISC TRAY :Opens to accept a disc. 2.DISPLAY :Displays the playing status, time, etc. 3.Remote Control Sensor :Detects signals from the remote control. 4.OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON :Opens and closes the disc tray. 5.SEARCH/SKIP BUTTONS :Goes to the next title/chapter/track or goes back to the previous title/chapter/track. 6.STOP BUTTON :Stops disc playback. 7.PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON: Plays a disc or pauses playback. 8.POWER BUTTON :Turns the Blu-ray Disc Player on and off. 9.USB HOST:A USB memory flash stick can be connected here and used as storage when connected to BD-LIVE. It can also be used for firmware upgrades and MP3/JPEG playback.
This player has essentially the same guts as my Pioneer PDR-509, so this is what it means...
'Repair' means the player lost power in mid-recording without commiting the track memory to a table of contents. It would likely take up to 40 minutes for the player to reconstruct it from the disk.
There is NO reason the player need be turned off (if that's where it took you) for a track pause.
Just press Pause, flip the LP over and hit Play or Pause again when you wish to continue recording.
Perhaps you don't know how to Finalize the disc either. It's not that intuitive. Press Finalize, after a while it will display a time, like 4:07. That means how long it will take to do the operation. Now press Pause and it will count down to 0:00 and be done. Then you can play it on any other CD player.
it's very easy. attach to PC and drag and drop albums in folders to the player (probably shows as drive 'E' or 'G'.
safely remove from PC and then insert headphone. press the pause/play button on the back to play.( a blue light will show-make sure to charge it up well on the PC!!)
press the track forward or track back to change tracks. hold these to higher and lower volume.
will turn off automatically on pause after a while( blue light will go out)
If there is a "PROGRAM" button, then you just turn on "program", rotate the knob to what track you want and then hit ENTER. Then when you hit 'play' it will only play back that track. You'll have to repeat this for every track or manually hit the PAUSE button between tracks if you program more than one.
Hold down the Display/Menu function button (one of those three buttons on the left of the unit) for about 3-4 seconds until the display reads "t set". When this appears, push the track forward button once (>>|) so the display reads "beep"; now press the play pause button (>||) once. The display will now say "on", push the track forward button (>>|) once to make it read "off"; now push the stop play button. You're done. Enjoy the silence.