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Pioneer DEH-P4000UB USB Input File Listing

Is there a way when connecting some type of USB memory to the player to list the files by file name or artist or anything other than the order the player displays it as? If not, does anyone know exactly how this player orders your files in because I've been having a tough time finding specific songs not knowing how they're listed.

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Hi there,

The best option is to order them on your computer, rewrite the file names for example.

01 Song And Artist Name
02 Song And Artist Name
ETC

hope this helps

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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