Panny EX75 & QuickView (x1.3)

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  1. Kevosull

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    Hi all.

    I seem to have to press and hold the play button on my remote for quickview to begin (from hdd content). Is this right, or should a single push and release work?

    The play button is ok, btw, and works for normal playback with a normal press.

    Thanks in advance for your replies. :smashin:

    Kev
     
  2. happyhomer

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    I'd guess it's correct. Mine doesn't go in to quickview that way, and TBH I wouldn't want it to.
     
  3. Kevosull

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    By that, do you mean yours functions like mine?

    tks,

    Kev
     
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    It is correct.

    A single push/release is normal play.

    1.3X play is a Push and hold for a few seconds
     
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    Can't see this is the book, but as ever,

    Many thanks !

    :thumbsup:
     
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    I can't find any reference to it either... but it is a standard technique for achieving dual functions from a single button.
     

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