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The CD player consists of very simple yet complex components. The CD spins inside the player while a laser reads the information. That is simple but it all works because of complex components. How to use the CD player is a very simple process. Obviously the CD player needs to have the output plugged into something that can play the audio through speakers so that you can hear it. Also it is a good idea to have a CD ready to play and power to the player or else this is just pointless. When the CD player is ready to go push the power button to turn on the player. Then push the CD eject button for tray one. The reason that tray one is mentioned is because the CD player has three individual trays and one is just the first one. Also, when there are CD’s in the player, but someone else besides yourself put it in, you can see that they are in there without having to eject each tray by looking at the display. If there is a CD in one of the trays the tray number on the display has a red ring around it in
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Indiana State University .

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