Cambridge SoundWorks 740 User's Manual

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SoundWorks Radio CD 740
User Manual
W A R N IN G
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT USE THIS PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION
CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED
TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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R ead these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
H eed allw arnings.
Follow allinstructions.
D o notuse this apparatus near w ater.
C lean only w ith dry cloth.
D o not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance w ith the m anufacturer’s
instructions.
D o not installnear any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including am plifiers) that produce heat.
D o not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.A polarized
plug has tw o blades w ith one w ider than the other.A grounding plug-type plug has tw o
blades and a third grounding prong.The w ide blade or the third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacem entofthe obsolete outlet.
Protectthe pow ercord from being w alked on orpinched,particularly atplugs,convenience
receptacles,and the pointw here they exitfrom the apparatus.
O nly use attachm ents/accessories specified by the m anufacturer.
U nplug this apparatus during lightning storm s or w hen unused for long periods oftim e.
R eferallservicing to qualified service personnel.Servicing is required w hen the apparatus
has been dam aged in any w ay,such as w hen the pow er-supply cord orplug is dam aged,
liquid has been spilled orobjects have fallen into the apparatus,the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or m oisture,does notoperate norm ally,or has been dropped.
The appliance shall not be exposed to drippng or splashing w ater and that no object
filled w ith liquid such as vases shallbe placed on the apparatus.
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ADDENDA: The following entries supplement or correct information in the User Manual,
or describe features added after the User Manual was completed.
DISC PLAY FEATURES
During Audio CD Play
Disc Position
Press STOP
1 time ....................... Resume from Same Location
2 times ............................ Start at beginning of Disc
During CD-ROM Play
Disc Position
Press STOP
1 time ....................... Resume from Same Location
2 times ......................... Start at beginning of Folder
3 times ............................ Start at beginning of Disc
CD Play and the POWER button: Pressing the
POWER button during disc play causes the Radio
CD to enter STANDBY track resume mode. Pressing
the POWER button again resumes play at exactly the
same location on the disc (audio CD or CD-ROM).
Preset 5 “FOLDER” feature: The SoundWorks
Radio CD 740 recognizes folders at the Top Level of
a CD-ROM. Pressing Preset 5 “FOLDER” during CDROM play will show the first 16 letters of the name of
the folder containing the active MP3 track. TOP
LEVEL is displayed if the file is not inside a folder.
CD-ROM PREPARATION
Maximum number of individual MP3 files supported on a CD-ROM
295 files. If the total number of MP3 files on the
CD-ROM exceeds 295, the folder name display,
folder play sequence and MP3 file play sequence will
be unpredictable.
Maximum folders supported on a CD-ROM
29 folders.
Sequence of MP3 file play on a CD-ROM
The SoundWorks Radio CD 740 recognizes the
first 8 characters of an MP3 filename to determine
play sequence. Be sure to number your MP3 filenames from the beginning of the filename. Most CDROM burning programs support automatic numbering at the start of filenames when burning CD-ROMs.
Multi-session CD-ROM: The SoundWorks Radio
CD 740 will recognize just the first session of a CDROM. Burn complete CD-ROMs for use with the
SoundWorks Radio CD 740.
RADIO PRESET FEATURES
When an FM frequency is stored on a PRESET, the
current Stereo/Wide/Mono and RDS Text setting is
also stored. When the PRESET is tapped, the stored
settings will override the JOG menu setting. Storing a
weak FM stereo station in MONO will insure cleaner
reproduction under varying reception conditions. You
can also elect to store FM stations with RDS text you
do not wish to see in STATIC or NO TEXT mode.
ALARM ADJUSTMENT FEATURES
To wake to a specific audio CD track: Insert an
audio CD into the radio and press Alarm 1 or Alarm 2
for two seconds to enter an Alarm Adjustment
session. During the Alarm Adjustment session, first
press the CD Play/Pause button to select Wake to
CD. Then use the Track/Tune buttons on the Radio
CD faceplate to select which track you would like to
play. During alarm activation, the radio will start CD
play from your selected track and continue playing
the CD tracks in sequence.
To wake to a specific MP3 file on a CD-ROM: The
SoundWorks Radio CD 740 also lets you select an
MP3 file (or track) on a CD-ROM for wakeup using
the Track/Tune button. During an Alarm Activation
session, a specific MP3 file for wakeup is selected
from the faceplate Track/Tune buttons. A simplified
scheme for track selection a CD-ROM is supported.
All MP3 files on a disc are represented by a number
that corresponds to the play sequence of the disc’s
MP3 files in Play All mode. Tracks at the top level of
the disc are numbered first followed by the tracks in
the first folder, then the second folder and so on.
Cambridge SoundWorks,Inc 2003 R03
INTRODUCTION
The people at Cambridge SoundWorks hope you enjoy
your new high-performance SoundWorks Radio CD
740. Your new radio has great FM stereo sound and
plays useful AM band stations. It stores 16 FM station
presets along with 8 AM station presets. An integral,
slot-load disc player plays audio CDs and MP3 files on
CD-ROM. The large 32-character display and full-function remote makes radio operation easy from across
the room.
The SoundWorks Radio CD 740 displays three types of
supplementary text:
• Radio Data Service (RDS) FM station text
• CD-text
• “ID3” text stored in most MP3 files.
An automatic dimmer function reduces display brightness in dark rooms while maintaining good legibility in
bright light. An internal long-life power cell maintains
the current time accurately many years. By inserting a
9V battery (not supplied), a user ensures that an activated wakeup function will work even during a power
outage.
Front and rear inputs allow easy connection of audio
program sources (like portable MP3 and cassette
players). A Record Output lets you send the current
audio program signal to other devices.
A convenient JOG button lets you select from a variety
of secondary adjustments (Bass and Treble, Snooze
time and Text display modes, among others).
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GETTING STARTED
Remove the SoundWorks Radio CD (See A) from its
A.
protective polybag and place it in your preferred
SNOOZE/MUTE
location. The Radio CD’s Tone alarm sound and bass
CD IN
output will be reduced if the Radio is placed on a
STEREO
compliant, soft surface.
WIDE MONO
1
ALARM
TRACK/TUNE
2
SEEK
CD
CD INFO
PRESET
S
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
– FOLDER
CD MODE
JOG
POWER
AUX
AM
FM 1/2
+
REPEAT
Connect the AM antenna (See B): To prepare the
antenna (1), fold the base (2) and snap it into place (3).
B.
Position the AM antenna (4) in any out-of-the way
1.
site, preferably at least 8 inches apart from the Radio
2.
CD. Insert the AM Antenna’s miniplug into the Radio
CD’s rear panel minijack marked
AM ANTENNA (5).
Rotate the AM antenna to achieve the best signal for
individual AM stations.
Connect the power cord by inserting
the SoundWorks Radio CD’s AC plug
into a convenient outlet.
4.
3.
The AC cord is also the Radio CD’s primary FM antenna. It will function better if at least 50% or more of it’s
length follows a straight line (See C). Check to make
5.
sure the FM antenna switch on the rear panel of the
FM ANTENNA
MIXING
INPUT
RECORD
OUTPUT
Radio enclosure is in the INT (internal) position
AUX
AM
ANTENNA
INPUT
EXT
INT
INPUT
INPUT
75 OHMS
(factory default).
If desired, the external FM antenna can be connected
and used instead of the internal antenna (See D).
C.
Connect the external antenna to the “F”-type connecter of the rear panel. Set the FM antenna switch to
EXT (external) .
SNOOZE/MUTE
CD IN
STEREO
WIDE MONO
1
ALARM
TUNE
TRACK/
2
CD
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
3
PRESET
CD MODE
D.
FM ANTENNA
MIXING
INPUT
AUX
AM
ANTENNA
RECORD
OUTPUT
INPUT
INPUT
INPUT
EXT
INT
75 OHMS
4
7
– FOLDER
REPEAT
SEEK
4
S
8
+
JOG
FM 1/2
AM
AUX
POWER
GETTING STARTED
Setting the Clock
E.
You can adjust the current time whether the radio is
CD IN
in Standby or On. Just press the time adjust buttons
(next to the
CURRENT TIME
7:43 AM
symbol) on the right hand side of the
CD INFO
display (See E).
1
2
5
6
3
CD MODE
REPEAT
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
Note: The current time can only be adjusted from the
Radio CD faceplate. The Remote Control can adjust
the wake up time setting, but not the current time.
Tone Alarm Backup Battery
F.
For 48 hours of alarm function backup during an AC
power failure, obtain and install a 9 volt battery in the
radio compartment. Release the battery cover, attach
the battery and restore the cover.
If either alarm is set to activate (music or tone wakeup) and the power fails, the battery sounds the tone
alarm at the appropriate time. Press Power on the
radio to silence the alarm. Remove the battery if the
unit is unplugged for more than 24 hours. Replace the
G.
battery after 30 minutes of emergency tone alarm
CD IN
operation (See F).
STEREO WIDE MONO
Standby and On
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
Pushing the POWER button chooses Standby or On
1
2
5
6
3
CD MODE
REPEAT
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
operation (See G)
AUX
POWER
TRACK / TUNE
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
The faceplate Power button can also be used to
SEEK
JOG
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
engage SLEEP delay operation (See page 8).
AUX
1
2
3
4
CD TIME
2
1
PRESETS
Selecting The Radio Bands
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
8
7
FOLDER
SLEEP
POWER
+
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
1) Pressing the FM 1/2 button selects the FM radio
band and one of two banks of FM station presets.
You can store eight FM stations in the PRESET
H.
bank FM1 and eight different FM stations in
PRESET bank FM2 (See H).
CD IN
FM2 P1
88 . 1
2) If you switch from another mode to FM, the Radio
will return to the last PRESET bank used (from
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
Standby, AM, CD or from an AUX input). Pressing
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
TRACK / TUNE
the FM 1/2 button during FM operation selects the
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
other preset bank.
JOG
SEEK
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
AUX
1
2
3
4
CD TIME
1
3) Pressing the AM button selects the AM radio band.
2
PRESETS
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
POWER
The AM band has one PRESET bank.
8
7
FOLDER
SLEEP
+
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
5
AUX
POWER
GETTING STARTED
I.
Tuning Stations
• Autotune Method 1: Press the SEEK button
CD IN
(remote or radio face) to automatically find the next
FM2 P1
88 . 1
station of higher frequency (See I).
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
• Autotune Method 2: Press and hold either
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
7
8
FOLDER
button seeks down, the
JOG
POWER
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
button seeks up).
SEEK
JOG
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
(See J)
AUX
1
2
3
4
CD TIME
2
1
PRESETS
• Manual Tune: To find a specific frequency, tap
the appropriate TRACK/TUNE button (
AUX
TRACK / TUNE
TRACK/TUNE button to seek the next station
(the
VOLUME
or
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
8
7
+
FOLDER
SNOOZE
MUTE
SLEEP
POWER
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
).
Storing Stations in PRESET banks
Press the FM 1/2 button to choose the desired PRE-
J.
SET bank (FM1 or FM2) or choose the AM radio band.
Tune to the desired station. Press and hold the desired
CD IN
PRESET button until a short tone is heard. The station
FM2 P1
88 . 1
is stored (See K).
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
TRACK / TUNE
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
SEEK
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
AUX
1
2
3
4
CD TIME
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
PRESETS
8
7
+
FOLDER
SNOOZE
MUTE
SLEEP
POWER
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
K.
CD IN
FM2 P1
88 . 1
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
TRACK / TUNE
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
SEEK
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
AUX
1
2
3
4
CD TIME
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
PRESETS
POWER
8
7
FOLDER
SLEEP
+
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
6
AUX
POWER
SELECTING CD PLAY
Important: Use only standard 12cm (4 3/4") compact discs.
Smaller discs will not work in the slot load mechanism.
CD Insertion
L.
1) Insert a CD disc into the slot to automatically select
CD play. The CD IN light indicates if there is a disc
inside the Radio CD (See L).
CD IN
STEREO WIDE MONO
SNOOZE/MUTE
2) If there is a CD disc inside the Radio CD, tapping
the CD button will start disc play (See M).
CD IN
Light
CD IN
STEREO
WIDE MONO
1
ALARM
Choosing Selections
E
TRACK/TUN
2
CD
CD INFO
1
• Track selection: Tap the appropriate TRACK/TUNE
button ( or ) (See N).
PRESETS
8
7
6
5
CD MODE
SEEK
4
3
2
AUX
AM
FM 1/2
JOG
R +
– FOLDE
REPEAT
• CD-ROM folder selection: To move from the current
folder (directory), tap either 7 or 8 . See page 10-20
for an explanation of folder (directory) navigation.
CD Play/Pause
M.
• Forward scan and reverse scan: Press and hold a
TRACK/TUNE button ( or ).
CD IN
FM2 P1
88 . 1
Disc Stop
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
Press the Stop button once (inline image of stop button
only) to stop disc play with "resume from same locationt" feature. Press the stop button twice to stop disc
play and return to the start of the disc.
1
2
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
2
1
Disc Eject
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
6
5
POWER
Press the disc eject button (See O).
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
CD INFO
The CD INFO button (preset 1) displays disc playing
time readouts, as follows:
TRACK/TUNE
N.
CD IN
Audio CD – Track time elapsed • Track time remaining •
CD time elapsed • CD time remaining
FM2 P1
88 . 1
CD-ROM – File time elapsed
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
CD MODE
JOG
AUX
POWER
TRACK / TUNE
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
The CD MODE button (preset 5) selects the following
other disc play modes:
JOG
SEEK
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
AUX
1
2
3
4
CD TIME
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
PRESETS
Audio CD – Random Play • Play 1 track
POWER
8
7
FOLDER
SLEEP
+
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
CD-ROM – Random Play • Play Folder • Random Play
Folder • Play 1 file
Disk Eject
O.
REPEAT
The REPEAT button (preset 6) will repeat the current
play mode until the disc is ejected or the POWER
button is pressed. The Repeat mode is maintained until
the disc is ejected or the POWER button is pressed.
CD IN
FM2 P1
88 . 1
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
POWER
CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCE
P.
Listening To External Sound sources
FM ANTENNA
If you have an external audio source you always want
MIXING
INPUT
AUX
RECORD
OUTPUT
INPUT
AM
ANTENNA
INPUT
EXT
INT
INPUT
75 OHMS
to keep connected to the SoundWorks Radio CD, like
a desktop cassette player, connect it to the AUX input
on the rear panel (See P). Press the AUX button on the
front panel or remote control to select this input
(See Q).
If you have an external audio program source you
Q.
occasionally want to connect to the Radio CD, like a
FM2 P1
88 . 1
portable MP3 player, connect it to the AUX-F input on
the front panel (See Q). This input overrides the rear
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
AUX input. The AUX button on the front panel or
CD INFO
remote control selects this input (See R).
1
2
Mixing Input/Record Output
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
You may want to mix the sound from an audio program
HEADPHONES
source (computer audio output, for instance) with the
AUX-F
other Radio CD audio sources (FM, AM, Disc, Aux).
Connect the audio source to the MIXING INPUT on the
rear panel (See S). The program source will be mixed
with the currently selected Radio CD program source.
The audio source connected to the Mixing Input must
have a level control if you wish to adjust the balance
R.
between the Radio CD program source and the Mixing
CD IN
Input audio source.
FM2 P1
88 . 1
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1
2
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
5
POWER
6
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
S.
FM ANTENNA
MIXING
INPUT
AUX
RECORD
OUTPUT
INPUT
AM
ANTENNA
INPUT
EXT
INT
INPUT
75 OHMS
8
AUX
POWER
CONVENIENCE FEATURES
T.
Mute
To mute the SoundWorks Radio CD: Press the
SNOOZE/MUTE bar or the SNOOZE/MUTE button on
the Remote Control (See T). Mute is cancelled if
SNOOZE/MUTE
the POWER button is pressed, if a disc is inserted or
CD IN
the Volume is adjusted.
STEREO
Sleep Delay
WIDE MONO
1
ALARM
TRACK/TUNE
2
To make the Radio CD automatically turn off after a
4
3
2
1
PRESETS
6
5
8
7
– FOLDER
CD MODE
specific period of time:
SEEK
CD
CD INFO
JOG
AUX
AM
FM 1/2
POWER
+
REPEAT
TUNE
+
• Press the SLEEP button on the Remote Control until
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
the desired amount of play time is reached (See U).
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
2
1
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
6
5
OR
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
• With the Radio CD in Standby, rapidly tap the POWER
button until the desired amount of play time is
reached (See V).
Sleep delay is available for 15, 30, 45, 60, 90 and
120 minute lengths. Sleep delay is cancelled if the
U.
POWER button is pressed or if a disc is inserted.
TUNE
+
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
Insert a disc before choosing the Sleep function if
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
1
2
5
6
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
you wish to use the Sleep function during disc play.
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
V.
CD IN
SLEEP DELAY
45 M I N
CD INFO
1
2
3
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1
2
5
6
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
9
7
8
AUX
POWER
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE - SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD FACEPLATE
NORMAL OPERATION: PRESS TO MUTE SOUND.
DURING WAKEUP: PRESS TO TO ACTIVATE SNOOZE FEATURE.
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
FRONT AND TOP PANEL
FUNCTIONS
INDICATES DISC INSIDE
EJECTS DISC
INDICATES ALARM STATUS
INDICATES AUDIO MODE
STEREO WIDE MONO
= MUSIC WAKEUP
= TONE WAKEUP
SETS CURRENT TIME
IN NORMAL OPERATION
SETS WAKEUP TIME IN ALARM
ADJUSTMENT MODE
TAP TO ACTIVATE ALARM
PRESS AND HOLD TO ADJUST ALARM
TAP TO START DISC PLAY, TAP
AGAIN TO PAUSE DISC PLAYBACK.
DURING DISC PLAY, TAP THIS BUTTON FOR:
RADIO: TAP TO AUTOMATICALLY SEEK
THE NEXT STATION UP THE BAND.
DISC: TAP TO STOP PLAY.
AUDIO CD: TRACK TIME ELAPSED, TRACK TIME REMAINING
TOTAL TIME ELAPSED, TOTAL TIME REMAINING
CD-ROM: TRACK TIME ELAPSED
RADIO: TAP TO MANUAL TUNE, PRESS AND
HOLD TO SEEK NEXT STATION.
DISC: TAP TO ADVANCE OR GO BACK ONE AUDIO
SELECTION, PRESS AND HOLD TO SCAN
FORWARD OR BACKWARD THROUGH AN AUDIO.
RADIO STATION PRESET BUTTONS:
PRESS AND HOLD TO STORE CURRENT STATION
DURING DISC PLAY, TAP THIS BUTTON FOR:
SELECTS RADIO "ON" OR "OFF"
(ALARMS ACTIVE IN "OFF" MODE)
PRESS REPEATEDLY FOR SLEEP DELAY
FUNCTION (15 MIN TO 120 MIN)
AUDIO CD: RANDOM PLAY, PLAY ONE TRACK
CD-ROM: RANDOM PLAY OF DISC, PLAY ONE FOLDER
RANDOM PLAY OF ONE FOLDER , PLAY ONE TRACK
DURING DISC PLAY, TAP THIS BUTTON FOR
REPEAT PLAY OF CURRENT CD MODE
SELECTS AUX INPUT
HEADPHONES
TAP THESE BUTTONS TO MOVE BETWEEN
DIFFERENT DIRECTORIES ON A CD-ROM DISC
AUX-F
SELECTS AM BAND
(ONE PRESET BANK)
SELECTS FM BAND
PRESS AGAIN TO SWITCH BETWEEN PRESET BANK 1 OR 2
INSERT HEADPHONES WITH 3.5mm STEREO MINIPLUG HERE FOR PRIVATE LISTENING
INSERT AUDIO PLAYER WITH 3.5mm STEREO MINIPLUG HERE. PRESS AUX TO HEAR IT:
THIS INPUT OVERIDES AUX-R IN BACK.
PRESS REPEATEDLY TO VIEW MANY RADIO SETTINGS.
USE VOLUME TO ADJUST SETTINGS.
BASS_ +4 TO -4
SNOOZE TIME- 5 MIN TO 22 MIN
TREBLE_ +4 TO -4
RDS TEXT- SCROLLING, FIXED, OFF
STEREO, WIDE, MONO
DISC TEXT- SCROLLING, FIXED, OFF
LOUDNESS- ON, OFF
TIME DISPLAY- 12 hr AM/PM OR 24 hr
DISPLAY LANGUAGE- ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH,
ITALIAN OR GERMAN
ADJUSTS VOLUME DURING NORMAL OPERATION: ADJUSTS SETTINGS IN JOG BUTTON OPERATION.
AM ANTENNA
INPUT MINIJACK
MIXING
INPUT
AUX
AM
ANTENNA
EXTERNAL FM ANTENNA
"F" TYPE INPUT
INT
RECORD
OUTPUT
10
INPUT
EXT
3.5mm STEREO MINIJACK FIXED LEVEL AUDIO
OUTPUT ALSO FUNCTIONS AS A MIXING INPUT
REAR 3.5mm STEREO
MINIJACK AUXILIARY INPUT
FM ANTENNA
INPUT
75 OHMS
INTERNAL / EXTERNAL
FM ANTENNA SELECTOR
11
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE - REMOTE CONTROL
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD 740
REMOTE CONTROL
FM: TAP TO MANUAL TUNE, PRESS
AND HOLD TO SEEK NEXT STATION.
ALARM SET: ADJUST WAKEUP TIME.
RADIO AND ALARM FUNCTIONS
TRACK / TUNE
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
ADJUSTS VOLUME DURING NORMAL OPERATION
ADJUSTS SETTINGS IN JOG BUTTON OPERATION
PRESS REPEATEDLY TO VIEW MANY RADIO SETTINGS.
USE VOLUME TO ADJUST SETTINGS.
BASS_ +4 TO -4
TREBLE_ +4 TO -4
STEREO, WIDE, MONO
LOUDNESS— ON, OFF
SNOOZE TIME_ 5 MIN. TO 25 MIN.
_
RDS TEXT DISPLAY SCROLLING, FIXED, OFF
DISC TEXT DISPLAY_ SCROLLING, FIXED, OFF
TIME DISPLAY_ 12 hr AM/PM OR 24 hr
DISPLAY LANGUAGE_ ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH
RADIO STATION PRESET
BUTTONS:
PRESS AND HOLD TO STORE
CURRENT STATION
TAP TO START DISC PLAY
VOLUME
SEEK
JOG
CD
STOP
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
AUX
1
2
SELECTS AM BAND (ONE PRESET BANK)
SELECTS AUX INPUT
SELECTS FM BAND
PRESS AGAIN TO SWITCH BETWEEN
PRESET BANK 1 OR 2
TAP TO ACTIVATE ALARM
PRESS AND HOLD TO ADJUST ALARM
FOLDER
CD TIME
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
POWER
SELECTS RADIO "ON" OR "OFF"
ALARMS OPERATE IN "OFF" MODE
TAP TO AUTOMATICALLY SEEK THE
NEXT STATION UP THE BAND.
7
8
FOLDER
SLEEP
+
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
12
PRESS REPEATEDLY TO CHOOSE
SLEEP TIME (15 MIN TO 120 MIN)
NORMAL OPERATION: PRESS TO
MUTE SOUND.
DURING WAKEUP: PRESS TO TO
ACTIVATE SNOOZE FEATURE.
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD 740
REMOTE CONTROL
TAP TO ADVANCE OR GO BACK ONE
AUDIO SELECTION
PRESS AND HOLD TO SCAN FORWARD OR
BACKWARD THROUGH AN AUDIO SELECTION
DISC PLAY FUNCTIONS
TRACK / TUNE
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
TAP TO START DISC PLAY
TAP AGAIN TO PAUSE DISC PLAY
VOLUME
SEEK
JOG
TAP THIS BUTTON FOR:
AUDIO CD: TRACK TIME ELAPSED
TRACK TIME REMAINING
TOTAL TIME ELAPSED
TOTAL TIME REMAINING
CD-ROM: TRACK TIME ELAPSED
FM1/2
AM
AUX
1
2
ALARMS
FOLDER
CD TIME
2
3
5
CD MODE
6
4
7
REPEAT
8
FOLDER
+
TAP THESE BUTTONS TO MOVE BETWEEN
DIFFERENT FOLDERS ON A CD-ROM
POWER
TAP THIS BUTTON FOR REPEATED
PLAY OF CURRENT DISC MODE
TAP THIS BUTTON TO VIEW FOLDER NAME
PRESETS
TAP THIS BUTTON FOR:
AUDIO CD: RANDOM PLAY
PLAY ONE TRACK
CD-ROM: RANDOM PLAY OF DISC
PLAY ONE FOLDER
RANDOM PLAY OF ONE FOLDER
PLAY ONE TRACK
STOP
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1
DURING DISC PLAY:
TAP TO STOP PLAY WITH RESUME
FEATURE
CD
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO CD
13
JOG FUNCTIONS
JOG button operation:
W
Press the JOG button on the radio or on the remote
control to select the first JOG (See W). Press the JOG
CD IN
button again to select additional JOG functions.
Use the VOLUME knob or the
VOLUME
STEREO WIDE MONO
9 : 43AM
buttons on the remote
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
control to adjust settings of JOG functions. JOG
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
TUNE
operation is cancelled five seconds after the last JOG
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
or VOLUME adjustment. Pressing any other Radio CD
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
function also cancels JOG operation.
1
2
5
6
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
JOG functions
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
Bass: Bass output can be adjusted in four steps up
or down.
Treble: Treble output can be adjusted in four steps up
or down.
Stereo/Wide/Mono: Adjustment cycles through
BASS Adjustment display
TREBLE Adjustment display
ADJUST BASS
+1
ADJUST TREBLE
+1
STEREO WIDE MONO
STEREO WIDE MONO
STEREO, WIDE and MONO modes. MONO operation
is cancelled when standby is entered.
Loudness: With LOUDNESS engaged, the Radio CD
will boost the bass output at low VOLUME settings.
Snooze Time: Adjustable from 5 minutes to
STEREO/WIDE/MONO
Adjustment display
LOUDNESS
Adjustment display
ADJUST
MONO
ADJUST LOUDNESS
STEREO WIDE MONO
STEREO WIDE MONO
55 minutes
RDS Text Display: For FM station RDS text, choose
between “scrolling text” display, “static text” display
and no text display.
Disc Text Display: For audio CDs that have CD text or
SNOOZE Adjustment display
RDS TEXT
Adjustment display
ADJUST SNOOZE
9 MIN
RDS TEXT
SCROLL I NG TEXT
STEREO WIDE MONO
STEREO WIDE MONO
MP3 files, choose between “scrolling text” display,
“static text” display and no text display.
DISC TEXT
Adjustment display
Time Display Mode: Choose 12 hour AM/PM time (US
standard) or 24 hour time (International standard)
DISC TEXT
SCROLL I NG TEXT
Display Language: Choose English, Spanish, French,
Time Adjustment display
STEREO WIDE MONO
Italian or German.
Language Adjustment display
ADJUST LANGUAGE
Eng l i s h
14
STEREO WIDE MONO
ADJUST 1 2/24 hr
1 2 hr + AM or PM
STEREO WIDE MONO
WAKEUP FUNCTIONS
Adjusting The Wakeup Settings
1. Entering WAKEUP Adjustment
During Wakeup Settings adjustment, you select Wakeup
CD IN
time and the Music Wakeup Source and Volume. The
WAKEUP T I ME
7 : 57 AM
choice of Tone or Music Wakeup is selected later as the
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
Alarm is activated.
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
Note: Store any radio station you wish to use as a
AUX
POWER
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
Wakeup station in a PRESET location.
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1) Press and hold either the Alarm 1 or the Alarm 2 but-
2
1
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
6
5
ton until a short tone is heard (about 1.5 seconds).
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
The Radio CD enters Wakeup Adjustment mode.
Wakeup Adjustment persists for about 15 seconds if
no button is pressed. You always have five seconds
2. MUSIC WAKEUP Adjustment, First screen
between adjustments.
CD IN
2) At any point during the Wakeup Adjustment session,
FM WAKEUP
7 : 57 AM
you can choose your preferred Music Wakeup by
selecting FM1, FM2, AM or CD. After choosing a
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
3
CD MODE
REPEAT
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
radio preset bank (FM1, FM2, or AM), choose the
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
TUNE
desired station by pressing its PRESET button on the
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
remote control of the radio faceplate.
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
You can only choose CD wakeup if there is a CD
1
2
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
5
stored in the Radio CD. If the CD is removed after
POWER
6
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
CD wakeup is selected, the Wakeup Setting will
default to Tone Wakeup.
The AUX inputs are not available for Wakeup.
3) At any time during the Wakeup Adjustment session,
3. WAKEUP Volume adjustment
you can determine the Music Wakeup volume by
CD IN
adjusting the VOLUME on either the remote control
ALARM VOLUME
20
or the radio faceplate.
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
3
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
CD MODE
REPEAT
7
8
FOLDER
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1
2
5
6
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
15
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
WAKEUP FUNCTIONS
Adjusting The Wakeup Settings
4. WAKEUP Time adjustment
4) At any point in the Wakeup Adjustment session, you
CD IN
can determine the wakeup time by using the Time
FM WAKEUP
7 : 57 AM
adjustment on the front panel or the TRACK/TUNE
CD INFO
adjustment on the remote control.
1
2
5
6
3
CD MODE
REPEAT
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
POWER
TUNE
5) End the Wakeup Adjustment session by pressing
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
the same Alarm button again, or just wait about ten
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
seconds. The Wakeup Adjustment session will auto-
1
2
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
5
matically end. Either way, the Radio CD will store
6
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
your new settings.
5. WAKEUP Setting Stored display
CD IN
ALARM 1
SETT I NGS STORED
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1
2
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
5
POWER
6
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
16
AUX
POWER
WAKEUP FUNCTIONS
1a.
Activating Wakeup
CD IN
While in Standby or normal operation, tap either Alarm
ALARM 1
MUS I C WAKEUP
button to cycle between
CD INFO
1
2
5
6
3
CD MODE
REPEAT
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
Music Wakeup
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
Tone Wakeup
AUX
POWER
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
No Wakeup
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
A Music Wakeup indicator ( ) or a Tone Wakeup
2
1
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
6
5
indicator ( ) lights to show activation.
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
Music Wakeup only functions if the Radio remains in
1b.
Standby mode.
CD IN
Tone Wakeup operates whenever it is activated. You can
ALARM 1
TONE WAKEUP
use Tone Wakeup as a reminder function during the day
CD INFO
while using the Radio normally.
1
2
5
6
3
CD MODE
REPEAT
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
Silencing a Wakeup
JOG
AUX
POWER
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
To cancel an operating Wakeup alarm for the day, but
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
2
1
keep it activated, tap the Power button on the front
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
6
5
panel or the remote control. The Wakeup settings will
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
remain active and operate the next day.
1c.
To silence an alarm and deactivate it (cancel it from
CD IN
functioning the next day), press the appropriate Alarm
ALARM 1
OFF
button on the radio face or the remote control.
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD INFO
Snooze Function
1
2
5
6
CD MODE
REPEAT
3
CD
SEEK
FM 1/2
AM
TRACK /TUNE
4
PRESETS
Tapping the SNOOZE/MUTE bar on the radio, or the
7
8
FOLDER
VOLUME
JOG
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
SNOOZE MUTE button (2) on the remote will silence
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
a Wakeup alarm for a pre-determined period of time
2
1
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
6
5
(5 to 22 minutes).
POWER
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
Adjust the SNOOZE delay period by using the JOG
Snooze Function
function.
2.
TUNE
+
WAKEUP
TIME
ADJUST
VOLUME
JOG
AUX
AUX
F
FM1/2
AM
ALARMS
TAP TO SET
PRESS & HOLD TO ADJUST
1
2
SEEK
1
2
3
4
PRESETS
5
POWER
6
7
8
SLEEP
SNOOZE
MUTE
SOUNDWORKS RADIO
17
AUX
POWER
RADIO AND DISC TEXT DISPLAYS
RADIO DATA SERVICE display
RADIO DATA SERVICE (RDS)
Some FM radio stations broadcast Radio Data Service
RDS descriptive text
(RDS) text along with their programs. Station
RDS station
identification text
Rocket Man...Elt
WBOS 8:57 AM
STEREO WIDE MONO
Identification Text is displayed in the first 8 characters
of the lower line. This text generally does not change.
Descriptive Text is displayed on the top line. This text
CD-Text display
may describe the station’s format or it may show the
song title and artist.
CD descriptive text
CD-Text
CD > I N THE MOOD GL
TRACK 3
3m 03s
STEREO WIDE MONO
Audio CDs now include descriptive text stored along
with their audio programs. The Radio CD will decode
and display this text.
MP3 ID3 Text display
MP3 File ID3 Text Information
MP3 file ID3 text
MP3 files downloaded from the Internet may contain
ID3 text information. ID3 text information can be added
to MP3 files as the file is created from an uncompressed audio source. The Radio CD will display this
text when present in MP3 files. If there is no ID3 text
information, the Radio CD will display the file name.
Choosing Text Displays
The JOG menu has separate RDS text and DISC text
headings that let you choose between scrolling text
display, static text display or no text display.
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SYMPH 4 BRAHMS
MP3
1 1 : 09 AM
STEREO WIDE MONO
CD-ROM PLAY
The Radio CD recognizes MP3 compressed audio files
stored on a CD-ROM disc. You can create (or “burn”)
your own CD-ROM compilation discs containing much
more music than would fit on an audio CD. The Radio
CD will also recognize folders at the top level of a CDROM and display their folder names. Use folders on a
CD-ROM as a convenient way to select between different groups of music.
The Radio CD recognizes a maximum of 99 tracks in
any folder, or at the top level of a disc. The Radio CD
will not recognize subfolders. The Radio CD will treat
MP3 files inside subfolders as being inside the top
level folder.
Sequence of Play on a CD-ROM
a) The Radio CD will first recognize any MP3 files
stored on the top level of the CD-ROM. It will play
those files "file name" sequence. The Radio CD will
ignore any files that do not end in “.mp3”.
b) After the Radio CD has played all MP3 files on the
top level of the CD-ROM, it will then play the contents of any folders present on the CD-ROM in
“file name” sequence.
CD-ROM
Top Level of the CD-ROM
mp3 Title a
1
Folder a
mp3 Title b
Folder b
More Folders
2
PLAY SEQUENCE
3
mp3 Title a
4
mp3 Title b
5
mp3 Title c
Tracks and Folers played
in alphabetical order.
6
7
8
19
mp3 Title a
9
mp3 Title a
mp3 Title b
10
mp3 Title b
mp3 Title c
11
mp3 Title c
CD-ROM PLAY
c) If there are no “.mp3” audio files in the top level of the
CD-ROM, the Radio CD will automatically play the
contents of the first folder on the CD-ROM (according
to the “folder name” sequence).
Press Preset 4 during MP3 file play to briefly display
the name of the active folder.
d) Once all the contents of the first folder are played, the
Radio CD will play the contents of any remaining folders at the top level of the disc.
e) The FOLDER + and FOLDER - buttons skip to the
next or previous directory in sequence according to
the folder names.
f) The diagram on page 19 is an example of the automatic play sequence the Radio CD follows when
playing the contents of a CD-ROM.
Tips For Preparing An MP3 CD-ROM
1) Start the title of each track or folder with a number to
designate its sequence. Many CD-ROM recording
programs support the automatic addition of sequence
numbers to the start of each MP3 file name.
2) The Radio CD treats numbers as text when determining track and folder sequence. Use a leading zero on
single digit numbers (01, 02, 03..,) if the total of your
tracks or folders is ten or greater.
3) The Radio CD supports a maximum of 99 tracks at
the top level of a CD or within any folder at the top
level of the CD-ROM.
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CD-ROM PLAY
Arranging MP3 Files and Folders on a CD-ROM
a) Place only folders at the top level of your CD-ROM (no
MP3 files). This lets you cycle through the folders using
the FOLDER + and FOLDER - buttons in a similar manner
to choosing discs in a multiple CD player.
b) RIP (compress) your favorite tracks from an audio CD
into a folder on your computer hard drive. Make sure the
track titles start with numbers according to your desired
track sequence.
c) Repeat the procedure for other groups of compressed
audio files you wish to store on the same CD-ROM,
saving the files in separate folders on your hard drive.
d) Use folder titles with a number at the start, in a sequence
of your choice.
e) “Burn” all the folders onto a CD-ROM at once.
Once completed, you could have a CD-ROM with much
more music than a conventional Audio CD. You can navigate
through each folder simply by pressing the FOLDER + and
FOLDER - buttons.
CD-ROM
Top Level of the CD-ROM
01 Folder Name
02 Folder Name
03 Folder Name
04 Folder Name
mp3 01 Title
mp3 01 Title
mp3 01 Title
mp3 01 Title
mp3 02 Title
mp3 02 Title
mp3 02 Title
mp3 02 Title
mp3 03 Title
mp3 03 Title
mp3 03 Title
mp3 03 Title
mp3 Up to 99 files
mp3 Up to 99 files
mp3 Up to 99 files
mp3 Up to 99 files
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More Folers
SPECIFICATIONS
Internal audio sources:
FM stereo tuner with display of Radio Data Service text
from supporting FM stations.
AM tuner.
CD Transport With:
Audio CD play supporting display of CD-text
Decode and playback of MP3 files from CD-ROM disc.
MP3 data rates supported: 30-300 kbps and variable
data rates
Inputs:
One rear panel AUX IN 3.5 mm stereo minijack
One rear panel MIXING INPUT (combined with REC
OUT) 3.5 mm stereo minijack
One rear panel AM Antenna 3.5 mm stereo minijack
Antenna stereo mini plug wiring configuration
sleeve – no connection, tip and ring-wire loop antenna
One rear panel FM Antenna “F”-type jack, 75 ohms
One front panel AUX-F 3.5 mm stereo minijack
Outputs:
One rear panel REC OUT stereo minijack
One front panel Headphone 3.5 mm stereo minijack
Rear Panel Controls:
FM antenna INT/EXT switch
Dimensions:
English
Metric
Height: 4 15/16 inches
125 mm
Width:
356 mm
14 inches
Depth: 9 7/8 inches
248 mm
Depth (with knob and AC cord):
10 3/8 inches
Weight: 12 lbs
258 mm
5.5 kg
P81-2010 Rev A