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WOn't let me go above song number 255

When I plug in and use my memory stick in the usb port it will not let me go past song number 255 even though there are more songs then that on there.

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    Ryan Burge Dec 26, 2013

    There is only one folder on the memory stick and when you put it on random song you can see it scan up past song 255 but it always comes back between songs 1-255

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That is apparently the limitation of the device. You should make folders for each artist anyway and sort the songs accordingly.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

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Kenwoods are awesome. Read the manual, sometimes it gets confused with the Folder trees, if you have to many it goes crazy. It could also be the way the disk is burned, and how the songs are named. I beleive in display options too you can click how things are displayed i.e. folder, artist, song name, title, time. Read your manual.

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