•Do not stick labels on the CD surface or write on the
recorded surface with pencils or pens.
•Do not use CDs that are very scratched, flawed,
distorted, etc. Using discs like these will result in
malfunctions or damage to the player.
•The use of original CD media is required for the best
quality audio production. Correct operation is not
guaranteed when CD-R/RW media are used that were
not correctly burned and/or with a maximum capacity
above 650 Mb.
•Do not use commercially available protective sheets
for CDs or discs, with stabilizers, etc. as they could get
stuck in the internal mechanism and damage the disc.
•If a copy-protected CD is used, it may take a few
seconds before the system starts to play it. The CD
player cannot be guaranteed to play all protected
discs. The fact that the CD is protected from being
copied is often shown in very small letters or is
difficult to read on the actual CD cover where it may
be, for example, “COPY CONTROL,” “COPY PRO-
TECTED,” “THIS CD CANNOT BE PLAYED ON A
•The CD player is capable of reading most compression
systems currently in use, following the development of
these systems, the reading of all compression formats
is not guaranteed.
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