6. REMOTE CONTROL
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Receiver for remote control unit
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Operating range: 30° in all directions
Remote control unit
Handling Cassette Tapes
1. FEATURES
Using any of the following types of cassette
tapes can cause malfunctions.
• Cassette tapes with low recording levels
• Cassette tapes in which the unrecorded section between tracks is shorter than 4 seconds
• Cassette tapes with noise or the like recorded
between tracks
• Cassette tapes on which there are long unrecorded sections in the middle of a track
Rotary Encoder Volume Control with Illuminated Search Key
Touch-n-Go Flip Down Detachable Face
Capability to Read CD TEXT Data from Clarion Compatible CD Changer
Z-Enhancer with 3 Adjustment Modes
CeNET with Balanced Audio Line Transmission and Dynamic Noise Canceling
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FM Reception System
Full Logic Tape Transport with True Function / Auto Reverse with Dual Azimuth Adjust
Dolby ® B Noise Reduction
4-Channel RCA Line Level Output with Fader Control
160W (40W×4) Maximum Power Output
Handling precautions
• Slack in the tape can cause malfunctions. In
particular for prerecorded cassette tapes and
90-minute tapes, take up any slack in the tape
before inserting it into the cassette player.
Signal transmitter
• Avoid using cassettes of 120 minutes or
longer. (Such cassettes have extremely thin
tape, so the tape can become stretched or
cut.)
• Periodically play a cleaning cassette in the
player to clean the head.
• Keep magnet items like magnets, and iron and
steel items like screwdrivers away from both
cassette tapes and the tape head in the player.
• Do not oil the cassette mechanism.
• Do not use any cassette tapes with peeling
labels or deformed cases. Such cassette tapes
can cause breakdowns.
• When not using the player, always take the
cassette out of the mechanism. Exposing a
cassette to direct sunlight, extreme temperatures or high humidity can damage the cassette.
2. PRECAUTIONS
This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even in the event that trouble arises, never open the case,
disassemble the unit, or lubricate the rotating parts.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Inserting the Batteries
1. Turn the remote control unit over, then slide
the rear cover in the direction of the arrow.
2. Insert the AA (UM-3/1.5V) batteries that
came with the remote control unit facing in
the directions shown in the figure, then close
the rear cover.
Flip Down Panel
CAUTION
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID
THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
INFORMATION FOR USERS:.
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS
PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY
AND WILL VIOLATE FCC APPROVAL.
AA (UM-3/1.5V)
Batteries
The RAX650Dz uses a flip-down structure that makes possible large-size displays.
CAUTION
When opening and closing the FLIP DOWN
PANEL, be careful not to catch your fingers.
They could be injured.
1. Always use the RAX650Dz with the FLIP
DOWN PANEL closed.
2. Do not force operations or use this device
abnormally when opening or closing the FLIP
DOWN PANEL.
3. Do not use the FLIP DOWN PANEL as a tray
to place objects on when it is open.
4. When closing the FLIP DOWN PANEL, do not
press the OPEN button 1.
5. Strong impacts to the operating or display
section can cause damage or deformation.
6. If the FLIP DOWN PANEL does not open fully,
gently open it with your hand.
Notes:
Using batteries improperly can cause them to explode. Take note of the following points:
• When replacing batteries, replace both batteries
with new ones.
• Do not short-circuit, disassemble or heat batteries.
• Do not dispose of batteries into fire or water.
• Dispose of spent batteries properly.
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Rear cover
Rear side
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3. CONTROLS / LES COMMANDES / CONTROLES
Source unit / Appareil pilote / Unidad fuente
4. NOMENCLATURE
5. DCP
Note:
• Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
Names of Buttons
1 OPEN button
8 Z-EHCR (z-enhancer) button
2 ENT (enter) button
9 Preset buttons (1 to 6)
The control panel can be detached to prevent theft. When detaching the control panel, store it in the
DCP (DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL) case to prevent scratches.
We recommend taking the DCP with you when leaving the car.
Removing the DCP
Attaching the DCP
1. Hold down POWER button 3 for 1 second or
longer to turn off the power.
1. Insert the right side of the DCP into the source
unit.
2. Insert the left side of the DCP into the source
unit.
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Play/pause button
3 POWER button
FNC (function) button
4 TITLE button
ADJ (adjust) button
5 SCN (scan) button
PS/AS (preset scan/auto store) button
With the FLIP DOWN PANEL opened / Ouverture du PANNEAU RABATTABLE /
Apertura del PANEL ABATIBLE
6 RPT (repeat) button
BLS (blank skip) button
7 DOLBY NR button
RDM (random) button
Direct buttons (1 to 6) (7 to 12)
0 DISP (display) button
2.
! ISR (instant station recall) button
@ BND (band) button
PROG (program) button
# A-M (audio mode) button
LD (loudness) button
$ SEARCH button
% Rotary knob
¥ Cassette tape insertion slot
2. Deeply push in OPEN button 1 to unlock the
FLIP DOWN PANEL.
∗ If the FLIP DOWN PANEL does not open fully,
gently open it with your hand.
CAUTION
& Eject button
Display Items
1 Cassette tape in indication
! Long title indication
2 Dolby B NR indication
@ Operation status indication
3 LD (loudness) indication
4 A-M (audio mode) indication
5 Function mode indication
∗ The names of modes being selected, etc. are
displayed.
Display / Afficheur / Visualizador
∗ The frequency, play time, clock, etc. are displayed.
3. Pull the DCP toward you and remove it.
DCP
# RDM (random) indication
$ RPT (repeat) indication
% SCN (scan) indication
6 MANU (manual) indication
¥ BLS (blank skip) indication
7 ST (stereo) indication
& BAND indication
8 Z-EHCR (z-enhancer) indication
* CD/MD changer mode indication
9 DISC indication
( TRACK indication
1.
• The DCP can easily be damaged by shocks.
After removing it, be careful not to drop it
or subject it to strong shocks.
• If the FLIP DOWN PANEL is kept open, the
DCP may drop due to vibration of the car.
This results in damage to the DCP. So close
the FLIP DOWN PANEL or remove the DCP
to store into the case.
• The connector connecting the source unit
and the DCP is an extremely important part.
Be careful not to damage it by pressing on
it with fingernails, screwdrivers, etc.
Note:
• If the DCP is dirty, wipe off the dirt with a soft, dry
cloth only.
4. Close the HOLD FLAP.
0 Preset channel indication (1 to 6)
Disc number indication (1 to 12)
∗ The disc numbers corresponding to the discs
in the CD or MD changer light.
HOLD FLAP
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CAUTION
Be sure to close the HOLD FLAP for safety
when removing the DCP.
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