How to use the various screens of “Music player”

This topic explains the layout of the various screens of “Music player” with the playback screen (A) at the center. Flick the playback screen (A) to switch to other screens (upwards/downwards/to the left/to the right).

Flick the playback screen up, down, to the left, or to the right to switch to other screens. Up: library screen. Down: sound adjustment screen. Left: play queue screen. Right: Favorites/Bookmarks screen.

A Playback screen

You can confirm a variety of information for the currently selected track.

B Library screen

You can select tracks from the library screen. Tracks are classified into various categories (such as [All songs], [Album], [Artist], etc.).

C Play queue screen

You can check the list of tracks that the player will play with the current settings.

D Favorites/Bookmarks screen

You can listen to tracks that you have added to Favorites or Bookmarks beforehand.

The following operations can be performed from this screen.

  • Adding tracks to Bookmarks.
  • Removing tracks from Favorites or Bookmarks.
  • Changing the order of tracks in Favorites or Bookmarks.

E Sound adjustment screens

You can use the various sound adjustments.

You can save sound settings as presets. Up to 3 presets can be stored.

  • Equalizer
  • DSEE HX
  • DC Phase Linearizer
  • Dynamic Normalizer
  • Vinyl Processor

Mini player

The mini player appears at the bottom of each screen (except for the playback screen). Tap the mini player to display the playback screen.

  1. Current playback position

    The area indicates the playback position within the current track.

  2. Cover art/Track title/Artist name

    Tap the area to display the playback screen. Flick the area to the left or right to jump to the beginning of the previous track or next track.

  3. (Play)/ (Pause) button

    Tap the (Play) button to start playback.
    Tap the (Pause) button during playback to pause playback.

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