That's also the point....when artists made albums and the stuff between the hits was also great! Or the songs on an album work together to tell a story.My biggest problem with LPs, CDs, Cassettes, 8 tracks and all other similar media is that you have to listen to the tracks in order, including any you don't like. Some only have a couple of songs I like mixed in with several I hate. I ripped all my CDs to digital and copied all of my albums and tapes to digital. I eliminated the tracks I don't want and use the rest in playlists that range into the thousands of tracks arranged by preference and randomized during playback.
Yea, my cd players were programmable, but it's a bit of a hassle. It was usually easier just to push buttons when the time came.
Was one of the buttons the skip to the next track button, or were you in the same boat as Mr lost?What are all those buttons anyway?! Pretty much every remote I've ever used had a 100 buttons, and I used 4 of them. Probably missed out on some amazing features cause I didn't feel like reading the manual :^D
Was one of the buttons the skip to the next track button, or were you in the same boat as Mr lost?
The play button was always bigger than the skip forward or the skip back button, and skip forward was to the right, and skip back was to the left. I'm pretty sure it's still the same, but I'll check the remote on my PS5 if you want.Oh they were there alright although it was tough to tell because they were the exact same shape, size and color as every other button on the dang thing for EXTRA convenience!
I remember our CD player with changer plays audio from memory buffer, so it could change track/media and transition to the next track without missing a beat.err, most cd players have a random function... There were cd changers that take 400 CDs and it can even link at least two units together. Obviously track and cd change takes longer than flash media.