COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM
MX-D302T
Consists of CA-D302T and SP-D302.
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
DISC
CONTINUE
DISC
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
3
POWER
6
SLEEP
– SELECT +
8
7
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
SET
10
10
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
CD
DISC
A
B
DECK
REC PAUSE
VOLUME
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
RM-SE40TU
REMOTE CONTROL
SP-D302
CA-D302T
INSTRUCTIONS
SP-D302
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
GVT0002-001A
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Warnings, Cautions and Others
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Caution –– POWER switch!
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely.
The POWER switch in any position does not disconnect the
mains line. The power can be remote controlled.
CAUTION:
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.
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 FOR LASER PRODUCTS
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. DANGER: Invisible laser radiation when
open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid
direct exposure to beam.
3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover.
There are no user serviceable parts inside
the unit; leave all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
CAUTION
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.:
1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet.
2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or
moisture.
For Canada/pour le Canada
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT
ATTENTION: POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES,
INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA
BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQUAU FOND
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Thank you for purchasing the JVC Compact Component System.
We hope it will be a valued addition to your home, giving you years of enjoyment.
Be sure to read this instruction manual carefully before operating your new stereo system.
Here you will find all the information you need to set up and use the system.
For questions that are not be answered in the manual, please contact your dealer.
Features
Here are some of the things that make your System powerful and easy to use.
o The controls and operations have been redesigned to make them very easy to use, so you can spend
your time listening to music.
• With the One Touch Operation feature of JVC’s COMPU PLAY you can turn on the System and
start the radio, the Cassette Deck, or the CD Player with a single touch.
o To get such great sound from such a compact package the System has:
• Programmed sound mode includes live surround effects D. CLUB, HALL, and STADIUM. It
also includes S.E.A (Sound Effect Amplifier) effects ROCK, CLASSIC, and POP.
o CD changer function can operate 3 discs.
• Discs can be changed during play using the TRIPLE TRAY.
• Continuous, random or program play of 3 discs.
Includes a timer for recording broadcasts while you are out, and an easy-to-use Sleep timer.
Easy operation
Great sound
Triple Tray
How This Manual Is Organized
In this manual we have incorporated some special features:
• Basic information that is the same for many different functions is grouped in one place, and not
repeated in each procedure. For instance, in the section on playing a CD, we do not repeat the
information about setting the volume and the sound conditions, which are discussed in the Common
Operations section.
• Name of buttons and controls are written in all capital letters like this: SOUND MODE.
The manual has a table of contents to help you quickly look up what you want to know.
We’ve enjoyed making this manual for you, and hope you will use it to enjoy the sound and many
features built into your System.
IMPORTANT CAUTIONS
1. Installation of the Unit
•
•
•
Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold. (Between 5°C and 35°C or
41°F and 95°F.)
Leave sufficient distance between the Unit and a TV.
Do not use the Unit in a place subject to vibrations.
2. Power cord
•
•
•
Do not handle the power cord with wet hands!
Some power (9 watts) is always consumed as long as the power cord is connected to the wall
outlet.
When unplugging the Unit from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the power cord.
3. Malfunctions, etc.
•
•
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. If anything goes wrong, unplug the power cord and
consult your dealer.
Do not insert any metallic object into the Unit.
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Table of Contents
Features ...................................................................... 1
How This Manual Is Organized ................................. 1
IMPORTANT CAUTIONS ....................................... 1
Getting Started ................................................ 3
Accessories ................................................................ 3
How to Put Batteries in the Remote Control ............. 3
Using the Remote Control ......................................... 3
Connecting the FM Antenna ...................................... 4
Using the Supplied Wire Antenna ............................. 4
Using an FM 75-Ohm Antenna Cable (not supplied) ... 4
Connecting the AM Antenna ..................................... 4
Connecting the Speakers ........................................... 5
Connecting Auxiliary Equipment .............................. 5
COMPU PLAY .......................................................... 6
Common Operations ....................................... 7
Turning the Power On and Off .................................. 7
Turning the System On ......................................... 7
Turning the System Off ........................................ 7
Adjusting the Volume ................................................ 8
Reinforcing the Bass Sound ...................................... 8
Sound Modes ............................................................. 8
Listening to Auxiliary Equipment ............................. 9
Using the Tuner ............................................. 10
One Touch Radio ................................................ 10
Tuning In a Station .................................................. 10
Switching between Frequency Bands ................. 10
Three Ways to Select a Station ........................... 11
Presetting Stations ................................................... 11
Changing the FM Reception Mode ......................... 11
Using the Cassette Deck
(Listening to a Tape) ................................. 18
One Touch Play .................................................. 18
Regular Play ............................................................ 18
Fast Left And Fast Right .................................... 19
Music Scan .............................................................. 19
Finding the Beginning of the Current Selection .... 19
Finding the Beginning of the Next Selection ..... 19
Reverse Mode .......................................................... 19
Using the Cassette Deck (Recording) ......... 20
Things to Know before You Start Recording ..... 20
Standard Recording ................................................. 21
Recording AM Station to Tape .......................... 22
CD Direct Recording ............................................... 22
Tape to Tape Recording (Dubbing) ......................... 22
How to Use the DUBBING Button .................... 22
Using the Timer ............................................. 23
Setting the Clock ..................................................... 23
Setting the Timer ..................................................... 24
Setting the Sleep Timer ........................................... 25
Care And Maintenance.................................. 26
Troubleshooting ............................................ 27
Specifications .................................. Back Page
Using the CD Player ...................................... 12
The Quickest Way to Start a CD Is with the
One Touch Operation ..................................... 13
Loading Discs .......................................................... 13
Basics of Using the CD Player — Normal Play ...... 14
Playing a Disc ..................................................... 14
Selecting a Disc, Track Or Passage
Within a Track ................................................ 14
Locating a Track With the Remote Control
Directly ........................................................... 14
Changing Discs While Playing ........................... 14
Continuous Play ....................................................... 15
Programming the Playing Order of the Tracks ........ 15
Random Play ........................................................... 16
Repeating a Selection or the Discs .......................... 17
Tray Lock Function ................................................. 17
Locking the Trays ............................................... 17
Unlocking the Trays ........................................... 17
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Getting Started
Accessories
Check that you have all of the following items, which are supplied with the System.
AM Loop Antenna (1)
Remote Control (1)
Batteries (2)
FM Wire Antenna (1)
If any of these items is missing, contact your dealer immediately.
How to Put Batteries in the Remote
Control
Match the polarity (+ and –) on the batteries with the + and – markings in the battery compartment.
R6P (SUM-3)/AA (15F)
CAUTION: Handle batteries properly.
To avoid battery leakage or explosion:
• Remove batteries when the Remote Control will not be used for a long time.
• When you need to replace the batteries, replace both batteries at the same time with new ones.
• Do not use an old battery with a new one.
• Do not use different types of batteries together.
Using the Remote Control
The Remote Control makes it easy to use many of the functions of the System from a distance of up to 7m
(23 feet) away.
You need to point the Remote Control at the remote sensor on the System’s front panel.
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
DISC
CONTINUE
DISC
Remote sensor
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CAUTION: Make all connections before plugging the Unit into an AC power outlet.
Connecting the FM Antenna
Using the Supplied Wire Antenna
Extend the supplied FM Wire Antenna
horizontally.
FM Wire Antenna
Using an FM 75-Ohm Antenna Cable (not supplied)
If reception is poor, connect the outside antenna.
Outside FM Antenna Wire
2
1
3
Before attaching a 75-ohm coaxial lead (the kind with a round wire going to an outside antenna),
disconnect the supplied FM Wire Antenna.
CAUTION: To avoid noise, keep antennas away from metallic parts of the System,
connecting cord and the AC power cord.
Connecting the AM Antenna
AM Antenna Wire (not supplied)
If reception is poor, connect the outside antenna.
Note: Even when connecting
an outside AM antenna,
keep the indoor AM loop
connected.
AM Loop Antenna
1
2
3
Turn the loop until you
have the best reception.
Snap the tabs on the loop
into the slots of the base to
attach the AM Loop.
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CAUTION: Make all connections before plugging the Unit into an AC power outlet.
Connecting the Speakers
For each speaker, connect one end of the speaker wire to the speaker terminals on the back of the System.
1. Open each of the terminals and insert the speaker wires firmly, then close the terminals.
2. Connect the red (+) and black (–) terminals of the right side speaker to the red (+) and black (–)
terminals marked RIGHT on the System.
Connect the red (+) and black (–) terminals of the left side speaker to the red (+) and black (–)
terminals marked LEFT on the System.
Laying Out the Unit
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
DISC
CONTINUE
DISC
Right Speaker
1 cm (7/16”)
1 cm (7/16”)
Leave a space of at least 1 cm on
both sides of the Unit and at least
10 cm at the back, for ventilation.
Left Speaker
IMPORTANT: Use speakers with the correct impedance only.
The correct impedance is indicated on the back panel.
CAUTION: If a TV is installed near speakers, the TV may display
irregular colors. In this case, set the speakers away from the TV.
Connecting Auxiliary Equipment
VCR or other equipment
To listen to this source, press the AUX
button.
AUX
RIGHT
LEFT
Now you can plug the AC power cord into the wall outlet, and your System is
at your command!
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COMPU PLAY
COMPU PLAY is JVC’s feature that lets you control the most frequently used functions of the System
with a single touch.
One Touch Operation starts playing a CD, turns on the radio, plays a tape, etc. with a single press of the
play button for that function. What One Touch Operation does for you is to turn the power on, then start
the function you have specified. If the Unit is not ready, such as no CD or tape in place, the Unit still
powers on so you can insert a CD or tape.
How One Touch Operation works in each case is explained in the section dealing with that function.
The COMPU PLAY buttons are:
On the Unit
CD £/8 button
CD Player DISC 1 to DISC 3 buttons
CD Player Open/Close (0) buttons
FM/AM button
TAPE ™ £ button
AUX button
On the Remote Control
FM/AM button
AUX button
CD control £/8 button
CD control DISC 1 to DISC 3 buttons
CD control Open/Close (0) buttons
Deck control ™, £ buttons
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Common Operations
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
DISC
CONTINUE
DISC
STANDBY indicator
POWER
PHONES
SOUND MODE
ACTIVE BASS EX.
VOLUME
AUX
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
3
POWER
6
SLEEP
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
– SELECT +
8
7
POWER
Display
Source, Sound Mode Volume level etc.
SET
10
10
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
CD
DISC
ACTIVE
BASS EX.
A
kHz
MHz
B
DECK
REC PAUSE
VOLUME
SOUND
MODE
AUX
A.BASS EX
VOLUME –, +
CONT. RANDOM
ALL PRGM CLOCK
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
S.MODE
REC SLEEP MONO ST
RM-SE40TU
REMOTE CONTROL
ACTIVE BASS EX. indicator
SOUND MODE indicator
When the System is being used, the display shows other items as well.
However, we have only shown the items described in this section.
Turning the Power On and Off
Turning the System On ——————————————————
Press the POWER button.
POWER
or
The display comes on and the STANDBY indicator goes out.
The System comes on ready to continue in the mode it was in when the power was last turned off.
o If the last thing you were doing was listening to a tape in Deck B, you are now ready to listen to a
tape again in Deck B, or you can change to another source.
o If you were listening to the Tuner last, the Tuner comes on playing the station it was last set to.
Turning the System Off ——————————————————
Press the POWER button again.
The STANDBY indicator lights up and the display is blank, except for the clock display.
o Some power (9 watts) is always consumed even though power is turned off (called Standby Mode).
o To switch off the Unit completely, unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet. When you unplug
the AC power cord, the clock will be reset to AM12:00 immediately, and preset Tuner stations will be
erased in a few days.
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Adjusting the Volume
Turn the VOLUME control clockwise to increase the volume or anticlockwise to decrease it.
Turning the VOLUME control quickly also adjusts the volume level quickly.
When using the Remote Control, press the VOLUME + button to increase the volume or press the
VOLUME – button to decrease it.
You can adjust the volume level between 0 and 50.
or
VOLUME
CAUTION: The Volume cannot be adjusted while the Unit is in STANDBY
mode. DO NOT turn on the Unit and/or start playing any source without
setting the VOLUME control to 0; otherwise, the sudden blast of sound
can damage your hearing, speakers and/or headphones.
For private listening
Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound comes out of the speakers.
Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on headphones.
Reinforcing the Bass Sound
The richness and fullness of the bass sound is maintained regardless of how low you set the volume.
You can use this effect only for playback.
or
ACTIVE
BASS EX.
To get the effect, press the ACTIVE BASS EX. (Active Bass Extension) button.
The frame around the A. BASS EX indicator lights up.
A.BASS EX
To cancel the effect, press the button again.
The frame around the A. BASS EX indicator goes off.
A.BASS EX
Sound Modes
The System has some preset sound effects that give you control of the way your music sounds, so you can
tailor it for your room and for the quality of the source. We can give you some idea of how each one
affects the music, but the only way to really tell is to try them yourself.
o The preset sound modes include modes using surround effects and modes using S.E.A. effects.
o Sound Mode effects cannot be recorded.
Surround effect modes
D. CLUB (Dance Club)
HALL
STADIUM
Increases resonance and bass.
Adds depth and brilliance to the sound, like in a concert hall.
Adds clarity and spreads the sound, like in an outdoor stadium.
S.E.A. effect modes
ROCK
CLASSIC
POP
or
SOUND
MODE
Boosts low and high frequencies.
Set for wide and dynamic sound stereo systems.
Good for vocal music.
To get an effect, press the SOUND MODE button repeatedly until the Sound Mode you want appears
on the display. The frame around the S.MODE indicator lights up.
S.MODE
Each time you press the SOUND MODE button, the display changes
as follows:
= D. CLUB = HALL = STADIUM = ROCK = CLASSIC = POP = FLAT = (back to the
beginning)
To cancel an effect, press the SOUND MODE button until “FLAT” appears
on the display. The frame around the S. MODE indicator goes out.
To recall the previous Sound Mode, press the SOUND MODE button again.
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S.MODE
Listening to Auxiliary Equipment
By playing the sound from auxiliary equipment through the System, you can gain control over how the
music or program sounds. Once the connected equipment is playing through the System, you can apply
the sound effects.
o
First make sure that the optional equipment is properly connected to the System. (See page 5).
1. Set the VOLUME control to 0.
2. Press the AUX button.
When System is in Standby mode, the Unit is automatically turned on and “AUX” appears on the
display. The AUX button on the Unit lights up.
or
AUX
3. Start playing the equipment.
4. Adjust the VOLUME control to the desired listening level.
5. Select a Sound Mode, if you wish.
To Cancel the Setting
Change the source by starting any one of the System’s built-in sound sources, such as the Tuner or CD
Player.
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Using the Tuner
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
DISC
CONTINUE
DISC
MULTI CONTROL
FM/AM
When TUNER is selected as
the source, the button lights up.
Number keys
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
3
POWER
6
SLEEP
– SELECT +
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
8
7
SET
10
10
Display
FM MODE
Band display, Frequency display, Preset channel
CD
DISC
A
FM/AM
B
DECK
REC PAUSE
kHz
MHz
VOLUME
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
RM-SE40TU
REMOTE CONTROL
A.BASS EX
CONT. RANDOM
ALL PRGM CLOCK
S.MODE
REC SLEEP MONO ST
When the System is being used, the display shows other items as well.
However, we have only shown the items described in this section.
You can listen to both FM and AM stations. Stations can be tuned in manually, automatically, or from
preset memory storage.
o Before listening to the radio:
• Check that both the FM and AM antennas are firmly connected. (See page 4).
One Touch Radio ——————————————————————
Just press the FM/AM button to turn on the Unit and start playing the most recent station tuned in.
o You can switch from any other sound source to the radio by pressing the FM/AM button.
Tuning In a Station
Press the FM/AM button to turn on the radio.
The Frequency of the previously selected channel appears on the display.
or
FM/AM
Switching between Frequency Bands ———————————
Press the FM/AM button.
Each time you press the button, the band alternates between FM and AM.
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Three Ways to Select a Station ——————————————
o
o
o
Press the TUNING DOWN or TUNING UP on the MULTI CONTROL repeatedly to move from
frequency to frequency until you find the one you want. (Manual Tuning).
OR
Press and hold the TUNING DOWN or TUNING UP on the MULTI CONTROL for a few seconds,
the frequency starts changing on the display. When a station is tuned in, the frequency stops changing.
(Auto Tuning).
OR
Possible only after presetting stations.
Press once and release the P. DOWN or P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL to go to the next preset
station.
You can also use the Remote Control to tune in preset channels:
1. Press the FM/AM button so that you can receive the most recent station tuned in.
2. Select the station by entering the preset number in the number keys of the Remote Control.
• Example: for channel 5, press 5. For channel 15, press +10 then 5. For channel 20, press +10,
then 10. For channel 30, press +10 twice then 10.
•
After you have selected the preset number and the number is displayed, the broadcast frequency
of the selected channel is displayed.
Presetting Stations
You can preset up to 30 FM stations and up to 15 AM stations for the preset numbers.
Note: In some cases, test frequencies have been already memorized for the tuner since the factory
examined the tuner preset function before shipment. This is not a malfunction. You can preset the stations
you want into memory by following the presetting method.
1
FM/AM
or
1. Select a band by pressing the FM/AM button.
2. Press the TUNING DOWN or TUNING UP on the MULTI CONTROL to
tune into a station.
2
3. Press and hold the number keys on the Remote Control for a few
seconds to set the preset number.
For preset numbers 1 to 10:
Press the number key for the preset number you want to set.
For preset numbers 11 to 20:
Press the 1 to 10 buttons after pressing the +10 button.
For preset numbers 21 to 30:
Press the 1 to 10 buttons after pressing the +10 button twice.
3
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
The preset number appears in the display after you have pressed the number keys. If you press and
hold the button, the preset number display blinks. Release the button after the number starts to blink.
This completes the preset setting.
3
6
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 for each station you want to store in memory
with a preset number.
– SELECT +
7
8
9
SET
10
10
CAUTION: If the Unit is unplugged or if a power failure occurs, the preset
stations will be erased in a few days. If this happens, preset the station
again.
Changing the FM Reception Mode
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or noisy, press the FM MODE button on the Remote
Control so that the MONO indicator lights up in the display. Reception improves, but there is no stereo
effect.
FM MODE
To restore the stereo effect, press the FM MODE button on the Remote Control so that the MONO
indicator goes off. In this stereo mode, the ST indicator lights up and you can hear stereo effects, when a
program is broadcast in stereo.
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Using the CD Player
Number keys
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
3
POWER
6
SLEEP
REPEAT
RANDOM
CONTINUE
Disc Trays
0
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
DISC buttons
DISC
– SELECT +
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
8
7
CONTINUE
DISC
SET
10
10
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
CD
DISC
A
B
MULTI
CONTROL
CD Player
control buttons
CD £/8
When CD is selected as
the source, the button
lights up.
DECK
REC PAUSE
VOLUME
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
RM-SE40TU
REMOTE CONTROL
7 STOP
Display
Disc indicator
Track number, Playing time, step number
Disc indicators
kHz
MHz
A.BASS EX
CONT. RANDOM
ALL PRGM CLOCK
S.MODE
REC SLEEP MONO ST
Disc marker
Repeat indicator
Play mode indicator
A disc marker lights up for the disc
number you have selected. The disc
indicator blinks while a CD is being
played.
The disc indcator goes off when CD
Player has detected that there is no
disc in the disc tray.
When the System is being used, the display shows other items as well.
However, we have only shown the items described in this section.
The System’s CD Player has an Automatic Changer with 3 disc trays. You can use Continuous, Random,
Program or Repeat Play for the discs in DISC 1, DISC 2 and DISC 3. Repeat Play can repeat all the tracks
on all the CD’s or one track on one CD. There is also the Tray Lock function, which safely keeps discs in
the trays.
Here are the basic things you need to know to play a CD and locate the different selections on it. Each
selection is called a track, so when we are talking about locating a track, we are also talking about how
you find a certain song or performance.
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The Quickest Way to Start a CD Is with the One Touch
Operation —————————————————————————
o
Press the CD £ /8 button (or the £/8 button on the Remote Control).
For Normal Play (Play mode indicator is not lit):
• If there is a CD in the disc tray for the selected disc number, the power is automatically turned on
and the CD is played from the first track.
• If there is no CD in the disc tray for the selected disc number, the power is automatically turned
on and “NO DISC” appears on the display. The CD Player is in stop mode.
For Continuous Play or Random Play in Display mode
(CONT. or RANDOM indicators are lit):
• If there is a CD in the disc tray for the selected disc number, the power is automatically turned on
and the CD is played continuously from the first track or the tracks are played in random order.
• If there is no CD in the disc tray for the selected disc number, the power is automatically turned
on and other tray containing a CD is selected and is played continuously from the first track or the
tracks are played in random order.
• If there are no CDs in CD player, the power is automatically turned on and “NO DISC” appears
on the display in Normal Play mode. The CD Player is in stop mode.
Press a DISC button (1 to 3).
• If there is a CD in the disc tray for the selected disc number, the power is automatically turned on
and playback starts from the selected CD.
• If there are no CDs in CD Player, the power is automatically turned on and “NO DISC” appears
on the display in Normal Play mode. The CD Player is set to stop mode.
Press the 0 button.
• The power turns on, and the tray opens automatically.
Loading Discs
1. Press the 0 button on the left of the Disc button you want to insert
the disc into.
The disc tray slides out automatically.
2. Place a CD, with its label side up, onto the tray.
ATTENTION: To avoid malfunctions when you play a CD, set the CD in the right place at
the center of the tray.
or
CD
Tray
CORRECT
INCORRECT
3. Press the 0 button to close the tray.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to insert other discs into other trays.
•
o
To continue putting discs into other trays, even if a tray is open, by pressing the 0 button of
another disc tray, the open tray will close automatically, and the new disc tray will slide out.
To put an 8 cm CD into a tray, insert it so that it is aligned with the groove in the tray’s centre.
If a tray is open when the System switches to Standby mode, the tray is closed automatically.
If the CD cannot be read correctly (due to scratches etc.), “00 00000” appears on the display.
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Basics of Using the CD Player —
Normal Play
or
£/8
Playing a Disc ———————————————————————
1. Prepare the discs.
2. Press the CD £/8 or DISC button (1-3) of the disc you want to play.
When using the Remote Control, press the £/8 button or the DISC button (1 to 3).
The first track of the selected disc will begin playing.
The CD Player automatically stops when the playback finishes the last track of the CD.
• If these buttons are pressed while the tray is open, the tray is automatically closed and playback
starts.
DISC
or
DISC
DISC
or
7/CLEAR
To stop play the disc, press the 7 STOP button (or the 7/CLEAR button on the Remote Control).
To stop play and remove the disc, press the 0 button for the disc being played.
To pause, press the CD £/8 button (or the £/8 button on the Remote Control). The playing time
display will blink.
To cancel pause, press the CD £/8 button again (or press the £/8 button on the Remote Control).
Play continues from the point where it was paused.
Selecting a Disc, Track Or Passage Within a Track
———
1. Press the DISC button (1-3) for the disc tray containing the track
you want to listen to.
•
Example: for the third disc, press 3.
2. Press the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL
to select the track.
When using the Remote Control, press the 4 or ¢ button.
The selected track starts playing.
Each time you briefly press and release the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP, the track changes
by one.
• Press and release the ¢/¡ P. UP to go ahead one track at a time.
• Press and release the 4/1 P. DOWN to go back one track at a time.
Holding down the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP button, during playback, will fast forward/
backwards the CD so you can quickly find a particular passage in the selection you are listening to.
or
Locating a Track With the Remote Control Directly ———
DISC
Using the number keys on the Remote Control allows you to go directly to the beginning of any track.
DISC
1. Press the DISC button (1-3) for the disc tray containing the track
you want to listen to.
DISC
•
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
2. Enter the number of the track you want to listen to with the number keys.
3
The selected track starts playing.
• Example: for track 5, press 5. For track 15, press +10 then 5. For track 20, press +10, then 10. For
track 32, press +10 three times, then 2.
6
– SELECT +
7
8
Example: for the third disc, press 3.
9
SET
10
10
Changing Discs While Playing ———————————————
You can replace a CD in a tray not being used, while another CD is playing.
1. Press the 0 button of the tray not being used.
The tray opens.
2. Replace the disc in the tray.
3. Press the 0 button to close the tray.
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Continuous Play
This function plays the discs in the Unit continuously.
1. Prepare the discs.
CONTINUE
2. Select Continuous mode.
On the Unit
Press the CONTINUE button.
The playback automatically starts from the selected CD.
• The CONT. indicator lights up.
You can press the CONTINUE button while a CD is playing to switch to Continuous mode.
On the Remote Control
1. Press the PLAY MODE button while
the CD Player is stopped, to select
“CONTINUE”.
• The CONT. indicator lights up.
Each time you press the button, CD play mode
changes as follows:
PLAY MODE
A.BASS EX
S.MODE
CONT.
= PROGRAM = RANDOM = CONTINUE = No play mode display = (back to the
beginning)
DISC
DISC
or
£/8
2. Press the DISC button (1 to 3) or £/8 button.
Playback starts from the selected CD.
DISC
Playing order of the CDs
The selected CDs are played continuously in the following order.
= DISC 1 = DISC 2 = DISC 3 = (back to the beginning)
To cancel Continuous play, press the CONTINUE button again. The “CONT.” indicator on the
display goes out and Normal Play is resumed. When using the Remote Control, press the PLAY MODE
button while the CD Player is stopped to select a different Play mode. The “CONT.” indicator goes out
and the next Play mode is selected.
Programming the Playing Order of the
Tracks
You can change the order in which the discs and tracks play, and select only the discs and tracks you want
from among those loaded in the CD Player.
o You can program up to 20 steps in any desired order from among the discs in the CD player.
o You can only make a program when the CD Player is stopped.
Use the Remote Control.
PLAY MODE
1. Press the PLAY MODE button to
select “PROGRAM”.
A.BASS EX
Each time you press the button, CD play mode
changes as follows:
S.MODE
PRGM
= PROGRAM = RANDOM = CONTINUE =No play mode display = (back to the beginning)
•
•
DISC
The PRGM indicator lights up.
If a program is already in progress, the last step of the program is displayed.
2. Select a disc with the DISC
buttons (1 to 3).
The display changes to the Program Entry display.
DISC
Track number
Disc number
Step number
DISC
A.BASS EX
S.MODE
PRGM
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1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
3
4
5
3. Press the number keys (1 to 10 and
+10) to select the track to program.
6
•
– SELECT +
7
8
9
Example: for track 5, press 5. For track 15,
press +10 then 5. For track 20, press +10 then 10.
A.BASS EX
S.MODE
PRGM
SET
10
10
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to select the other tracks for the program.
5. Press the £/8 button.
The Unit plays the tracks in the order you have programmed them.
o
o
o
If you try to program a disc tray that is empty, or a track number that does not exist on a disc (for
example, selecting track 14 on a disc that only has 12 tracks), the selected disc or track are skipped
when the program is played.
You can skip to a particular program step by pressing the MULTI CONTROL (4/1 P. DOWN or
¢/¡ P. UP) or the 4 or ¢ button on the Remote Control during program play.
To play the programmed tracks over and over, press the REPEAT button . The Repeat mode indicators
light up in sequence with each press of the REPEAT button.
To stop playing, press the 7 STOP button (or the 7/CLEAR button on the Remote Control) once.
To delete all the tracks in a program, press the 7 STOP button on the Unit or the 7/CLEAR button
on the Remote Control while the CD Player is stopped. The program is deleted and the PRGM indicator
goes out and Normal Play is resumed.
To cancel program play, press the PLAY MODE button on the Remote Control while the CD Player
is stopped to select a different Play mode. The PRGM indicator goes out and the next Play mode is
selected.
Note: If you press the CONTINUE or RANDOM button on the Unit while a program is playing, the
play mode changes to that mode.
Random Play
The tracks will play in no special order when you use this mode.
On the Unit
RANDOM
Press the RANDOM button.
The playback automatically starts from the selected CD.
• “RANDOM” on the Play mode indicator lights up.
You can press the RANDOM button while a CD is playing to switch to Random play mode.
On the Remote Control
1. Press the PLAY MODE button while
the CD Player is stopped, to select
RANDOM
“RANDOM”.
• The RANDOM indicator lights up.
Each time you press the button, CD play mode changes as follows:
PLAY MODE
A.BASS EX
S.MODE
= PROGRAM = RANDOM = CONTINUE = No play mode display = (back to the
beginning)
2. Press the £/8 button.
Playback starts from the selected CD.
£/8
Note: Random Play cannot be activated with the DISC button (1 to 3) and the number keys.
To skip to the next track, press the ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL (or the ¢ button on
the Remote Control) during playback. Each time you press the button, the next track is jumped to. Press
the 4/1 P. DOWN on the MULTI CONTROL (or the 4 button on the Remote Control) to jump to
the start of the track being played.
Press the REPEAT button before or during random play to instruct the System to continue with a
different random track selection after the last selection is played.
To cancel random play, press the RANDOM button again. The RANDOM indicator goes out and
Normal Play is resumed. When using the Remote Control, press the PLAY MODE button while the CD
Player is stopped to select a different Play mode. The RANDOM indicator goes off and the next Play
mode is selected.
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Repeating a Selection or the Discs
You can have all the discs, the program or the individual selection currently playing repeat as many times
as you like.
REPEAT
Press the REPEAT button.
Each time you press the button, the Repeat Modes changes as follows.
=
=
ALL = No indication = (back to the beginning)
: Repeats one track on a CD.
ALL: For Normal Play, repeats all the tracks on the current CD.
For Continuous Play or Random Play, repeats all the tracks on all the CDs in the CD
Player.
For Program Play, repeats all the tracks in the program.
To exit Repeat Mode, press the REPEAT button until the Repeat mode indicator on the display goes
off.
Tray Lock Function
In order to safely keep the discs in the CD Player, the three trays can be electronically locked in a single
operation.
When the electronic lock is on, the trays cannot be opened even if the 0 button is pressed.
This function can only be accessed by using the buttons on the Unit itself.
Locking the Trays —————————————————————
1. Put the System’s power into STANDBY mode.
2. While pressing the 7 STOP button, press the 0 button for DISC 1’s
tray on the Unit.
“LOCK ON” appears on the display to let you know that the trays have been locked.
When the CD Player trays are locked, pressing the 0 buttons displays the message “LOCK ON” on
the display and the trays do not open. Also, the 0 button cannot be used to automatically turn on the
power.
Unlocking the Trays ————————————————————
1. Put the System’s power into STANDBY mode.
2. While pressing the 7 STOP button, press the 0 button for DISC 1’s
tray on the Unit.
When the unlock operation is done, “LOCK OFF” appears on the display to show that the lock has
been taken off.
The trays can now be opened by pressing the 0 buttons.
The 0 button can also be used to automatically turn on the power.
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Using the Cassette Deck
(Listening to a Tape)
REPEAT
DISC
RANDOM
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
3
POWER
6
SLEEP
CONTINUE
DISC
– SELECT +
8
7
DISC
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
SET
10
10
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
CD
DISC
A
MULTI CONTROL
TAPE ™ £
When TAPE is selected
as the source, the button
lights up.
B
Cassette Deck
control buttons
DECK
REC PAUSE
VOLUME
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
RM-SED40TEU
REMOTE CONTROL
7 STOP
REVERSE MODE
DECK A/B
0 Eject (Deck A)
0 Eject (Deck B)
Display
kHz
MHz
A.BASS EX
CONT. RANDOM
ALL PRGM CLOCK
S.MODE
REC SLEEP MONO ST
: Tape Direction indicator
: DECK A, B indicator
Tape Direction Indicator on the Display
The Tape Direction indicator tells you which direction the selected
tape deck will use for playback.
During playback, the direction indicator blinks slowly.
During fast left or fast right, the indicator blinks quickly.
During Music Scan mode, the direction indicator alternates between
blinking slowly and quickly repeatedly.
When the System is being used, the display shows other items as well.
However, we have only shown the items described in this section.
: Reverse Mode indicator
The Cassette Deck allows you to play, record and dub audio tapes.
o With Automatic Tape Detection, you can listen to Type I or II tapes without changing any settings.
The use of tapes longer than 120 minutes is not recommended, since characteristic deterioration may
occur and these tapes easily jam in the pinch-rollers and the capstans.
One Touch Play ——————————————————————
By pressing the TAPE ™ £ button (or the ™ or £ button on the Remote Control), the Unit will turn
on, “TAPE” appears on the display, and if a tape is in the deck, it will start to play. If no tape is loaded, the
Unit will turn on and wait for you to insert a tape, or select another function.
Regular Play
When the power is already on, you can use this basic procedure:
1. Press the 0 button for the deck you want to use.
2. When the cassette holder opens, put a cassette in, with the exposed part of the tape down, toward the base of the System.
•
If the cassette holder does not open, turn the power off, then back on and press the 0 button again.
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3. Close the holder gently.
When both Deck A and Deck B contain a tape, the last deck to have a tape inserted is selected.
To change the selected deck, press the DECK A/B button. When using the Remote Control, press the
A or B button.
4. Press the TAPE ™ £ button (or ™ or £ button on the Remote
Control).
On the Unit: The tape play starts toward the direction currently selected.
On the Remote Control: The tape play starts toward the same direction as the button is pressed for.
• The Cassette Deck automatically stops when one side of a tape has finished playing.
To stop playing, press the 7 STOP button on the Unit (or the 7 button on the Remote Control).
To remove the tape, stop the tape, and press the 0 button.
To change deck while playing a tape, press the TAPE ™ £ button after pressing the DECK A/B
button on the Unit or press the ™ or £ button after pressing the A or B button on the Remote Control.
Fast Left And Fast Right——————————————————
o
o
While the tape is stopped, press the 4/1 P. DOWN on the MULTI CONTROL (or 1 button on
the Remote Control) and the tape will wind rapidly to the left side of the cassette without playing.
While the tape is stopped, press the ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL (or ¡ button on the
Remote Control) and the tape will wind rapidly to the right side of the cassette without playing.
Note: Deck A and Deck B cannot be used for playback at the same time.
Music Scan
To find the beginning of a music track during play, use the Music Scan function. Music Scan searches for
blank portions that usually separate selections, then plays the next selection.
Finding the Beginning of the Current Selection
—————
Press the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL (or
the 1 or ¡ button on the Remote Control) during play.
o
Make sure that you press the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL (or the
1 or ¡ button on the Remote Control) in the opposite direction to that in which the tape is
playing. Searching stops at the beginning of the current selection, and the current selection starts
automatically.
Finding the Beginning of the Next Selection ———————
Press the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL (or
the 1 or ¡ button on the Remote Control) during play.
o
Make sure that you press the 4/1 P. DOWN or ¢/¡ P. UP on the MULTI CONTROL (or the
1 or ¡ button on the Remote Control) in the same direction as that in which the tape is playing.
Searching stops at the beginning of the next selection, and the next selection starts automatically.
Music Scan works by detecting a 4-second long blank at the beginning of each selection,
so it will not work well if your tape has:
• No blank at the beginning of a selection .
• Noise (often caused by much use or poor quality dubbing) which fills the blank with noise.
• Long, very soft passages or pauses in a selection. The scan will detect these as 4-second long
blanks. If this happens, just scan again until you reach the selection you want.
Reverse Mode
You can play both sides of a cassette, or play both the tapes in the two Cassette Decks continuously.
Press the REVERSE MODE button to switch to Reverse Mode.
Each time you press the button, the Reverse Mode changes as follows:
=
=
(auto reverse mode) =
(auto reverse mode) = (back to the beginning)
: The Cassette Deck automatically stops after playing one side of the tape.
: The Cassette Deck automatically stops after playing reverse (2) side of the tape being played (or
set to play).
: After playing both sides of the tape being played (or set to play), the Unit always checks to see if
a tape is in the other deck. If there is, it automatically starts playing that tape. This Continuous
Play function works regardless of which deck starts first. The tapes are played continuously until
the 7 STOP button on the Unit (or the 7 button on the Remote Control) is pressed.
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Using the Cassette Deck
(Recording)
REPEAT
2
1
DISC
POWER
3
RANDOM
DISC
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
CONTINUE
6
SLEEP
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
– SELECT +
8
7
DISC
SET
10
10
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
CD
DISC
A
B
DECK
REC PAUSE
REC PAUSE
VOLUME
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
RM-SE40TU
REMOTE CONTROL
CD REC START
REC START/STOP
DUBBING
Display
kHz
MHz
A.BASS EX
CONT. RANDOM
ALL PRGM CLOCK
S.MODE
REC SLEEP MONO ST
REC indicator
When the System is being used, the display shows other items as well.
However, we have only shown the items described in this section.
Things to Know before You Start Recording ———————
o
o
o
o
o
o
It should be noted that it may be unlawful to re-record pre-recorded tapes, records, or
discs without the consent of the owner of copyright in the sound or video recording,
broadcast or cable programme and in any literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic
embodied therein.
When you want to record onto both sides of a tape, you can set the auto reverse mode on to do so.
However, recording automatically stops after recording in the 2 direction in the auto reverse mode.
Therefore, make sure that the tape direction is 3 when recording with the auto reverse mode on.
The recording level, which is the volume at which the new tape is being made, is automatically set
correctly, so it is not affected by the VOLUME control on the System. Thus, during recording you can
adjust the sound you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level.
Two small tabs on the back of the cassette tape, one for side A and one for side B, can be removed to
prevent accidental erasure or re-recording. To record on a cassette with the tabs removed, you must
cover the holes with adhesive tape first.
However, when a Type II tape is used, only cover part of the hole as shown, since the other part of the
hole is used to detect the tape type.
When recording, you can hear Sound Mode effects through the speakers or headphones. However, the
sound is recorded without Sound Mode effects.
Type I and Type II tapes can be used for recording.
Note: At the start and end of cassette tapes, there is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto. Depending on the recording source, the first part of the recording may be missing because of the leader. When
recording CDs or radio broadcasts, to get the beginning of the recording on the tape, first wind on the
leader before beginning recording.
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CAUTION: If recordings you have made have excessive noise or static, the
Unit may be too close to a TV which was on during the recording. Either
turn off the TV or increase the distance between the TV and the System.
Standard Recording
This is the basic method for recording any source. The System also has special ways for recording CD to
tape, and tape to tape, which save you time and effort, as well as give you some special effects. However,
when you need to add a selection to a tape you have made, or are combining selections from several
sources on one tape, use the method described below; just substitute the source you want into this
procedure, such as a CD or the Tuner. You can also record from auxiliary source with this procedure.
Using the Unit
1. Insert a blank or erasable tape into Deck B.
2. Press the REVERSE MODE button if you want to record on both
sides of the tape.
Press the button until the “
” or “
” indicator is lit.
• When using the auto reverse mode, insert the tape so that it will be recorded in the forward (3)
direction.
3. Check the recording direction for the tape.
Check that the Tape Direction indicator is the same as that for the tape in the tape deck. If the
directions are different, press the 7 STOP button after pressing the TAPE ™ £ button to set the
tape direction.
• When using the auto reverse mode to record both sides of a tape, check that the Tape Direction
indicator is in the forward (3) direction. If the direction indicator is not in the forward (3)
direction, press the TAPE ™ £ button then press the 7 STOP button.
4. Prepare the source, for example, by tuning in a radio station, loading CDs, or turning on connected equipment.
5. Press the REC START/STOP button.
The REC indicator lights up and the System begins recording.
Using the Remote Control
1. Insert a blank or erasable tape into Deck B.
2. Press the REVERSE MODE button on the Unit if you want to record
on both sides of the tape.
Press the button until the “
” or “
” indicator is lit.
• When using the auto reverse mode, insert the tape so that it will be recorded in the forward (3)
direction.
3. Prepare the source, for example, by tuning in a radio station, loading CDs, or turning on connected equipment.
REC PAUSE
4. Press the REC PAUSE ¶ button.
The REC indicator blinks.
5. Press the ™ or £ button.
Recording starts in the direction of the button pressed.
The REC indicator stops blinking and remains lit.
• When using the auto reverse mode to record both sides of a tape, press the £ button.
Notes for using Reverse Mode for recording
When recording in Reverse Mode, the System automatically stops when it reaches the end of the reverse
(2) direction. To record on both sides of a tape, make sure that the recording direction for the tape
inserted into Deck B is forward (3), and that the Tape Direction indicator is also forward (3), before you
start recording.
To Pause at Any Time During the Recording Process
Press the REC PAUSE ¶ button on the Remote Control. Then press either the ™ or £ button on the
Remote Control or REC START/STOP button on the Unit to restart recording.
To Stop at Any Time During the Recording Process
Press the REC START/STOP button on the Unit again, or press the 7 button on the Remote Control.
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Recording AM Station to Tape ———————————————
When recording an AM broadcast, beats may be produced which are not heard when listening to the
broadcast. In this case, press the CONTINUE button on the CD Player to eliminate the beats.
1. Set to AM station and start recording.
CONTINUE
2. Press the CONTINUE button repeatedly until the beats are eliminated.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows:
= CUT 2 = CUT 3 = CUT 1 = (back to the beginning)
CD Direct Recording
Everything on the CD goes onto the tape in the order it is on the CD, or according to the order you have
set in a program.
1. Press the CD £/8 button, then the 7 STOP button.
2. Prepare CDs. (See page 13.)
Check that source is the CD Player and be not playing a CD.
3. Insert a cassette in Deck B to record on.
•
When you want to record on both sides of a tape, press the REVERSE MODE button to turn on
the auto reverse mode. Check that the recording direction for the tape and the Tape Direction
indicator are correct. (See page 21 “Notes for using Reverse Mode for recording”.)
4. Press the CD REC START button.
The REC indicator lights up and the System begins recording.
If you make a recording with the auto reverse mode on, the Unit will record the last song at the end of
the first side at the beginning of the next side.
To stop at any time during the recording process, press the 7 STOP button.
Note: When making Sleep Timer settings while doing CD Direct recording, set the time so that there is
enough leeway to finish the recording before the power goes off. If the time is set to about the length of
the CD, the power may go off before recording finishes.
For CD Direct Recording using more than one disc, use a blank tape, If you use a prerecorded tape,
prerecorded material may not be erased between newly-recorded tracks.
Tape to Tape Recording (Dubbing)
Recording from one tape to another is called dubbing.
You can dub tapes simply, with just a single button.
o When dubbing tapes, make sure that the playback direction of Deck A and Deck B are the same.
o When you record both sides of a tape, press the REVERSE MODE button to turn on the auto reverse
mode.
o It is preferable that the type of tape (Type I or Type II) you record from be the same as the type you
record onto.
How to Use the DUBBING Button —————————————
1. Press the TAPE ™ £ button, then the 7 STOP button.
2. Insert the source cassette you want to copy from into Deck A for
playback.
Insert the cassette so that it will be played in the forward (3) direction.
3. Insert the blank or erasable cassette you want to copy onto into
Deck B for recording.
Insert the cassette so that it will be recorded in the forward (3) direction.
4. Press the DUBBING button.
Deck A and Deck B will start simultaneously.
DUBBING
To stop dubbing, press the 7 STOP button.
o
When dubbing with the DUBBING button, you can hear Sound Mode effects through the speakers or
headphones. However, the sound is dubbed without Sound Mode effects.
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Using the Timer
2 TIMER
1 CLOCK
4 – SELECT 5 +
1
2
CLOCK
TIMER
4
5
3
POWER
6
SLEEP
– SELECT +
9
SHIFT
FM MODE
FM/AM
DISC
PLAY MODE
AUX
DISC
7/CLEAR
£/8
8
7
8 SET
SHIFT
SET
10
10
Clock, timer-on time etc.
CD
DISC
A
Display
kHz
MHz
B
DECK
REC PAUSE
A.BASS EX
VOLUME
CONT. RANDOM
ALL PRGM CLOCK
SOUND ACTIVE
MODE BASS EX.
S.MODE
REC SLEEP MONO ST
RM-SE40TU
REMOTE CONTROL
Timer indicator
When the System is being used, the display shows other items as well.
However, we have only shown the items described in this section.
The timers let you control listening and recording functions automatically.
Use the Remote Control to set the clock and timers.
Setting the Clock
The timers depend on the clock: the clock must be right for the timers to work as you expect.
You can set the clock whether the Unit is on or off.
Note that the clock must be set, otherwise the timers cannot be set.
SHIFT
1. Press the SHIFT button.
1
2. Press the 1 CLOCK button.
The CLOCK indicator on the display lights up and the clock time blinks.
CLOCK
4
5
3. Press the SELECT 5 + or 4 – button to set the time.
Pressing the 5 + button increases the time and pressing 4 – decreases the time. Pressing the button
continuously advances or decreases the time in 10 minute intervals.
– SELECT +
8
4. Press the 8 SET button.
SET
The clock stops blinking, and the clock timer starts from 0 seconds.
CAUTION: If there is a power failure, the clock loses its setting. The
display shows “AM12:00”, and the clock must be reset.
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Setting the Timer
o
You can set the Timer whether the Unit is on or off.
Procedure For Setting the Timer
SHIFT
1. Press the SHIFT button.
2. Press the 2 TIMER button.
2
The Timer indicator on the display lights up and the blinking “TIMER ON” changes to the On-Time
setting display.
TIMER
\
4
3. Set the time you want the Unit to
come on.
5
Press the SELECT 5 + or 4 – button to set
the On-Time.
– SELECT +
8
4. Press the 8 SET button.
“TIMER OFF” blinks on the display, and the display changes to the Off-Time setting display.
SET
\
4
5. Set the time you want the Unit to
turn off.
5
Press the SELECT 5 + or 4 – button to set
the Off-Time.
– SELECT +
8
6. Press the 8 SET button.
The name of the source blinks in the display.
SET
4
7. Press the SELECT 5 + or 4 – button
to select the source.
5
Each time you press the button, the source changes
as follows:
– SELECT +
Ô TUNER Ô TUNER REC Ô CD Ô TAPE Ô
TUNER:
TUNER REC:
CD:
TAPE:
•
Selects the last station you were listening to.
Records the last station you were listening to.
Plays the last CD you were listening to.
Plays the last tape you were listening to.
In the source “TUNER”, “CD”, or “TAPE”, the timer acts as a Daily timer. Once the Daily timer
has been set, it will be activated at the same time every day until the setting is turned off.
In the source “TUNER REC”, the timer acts as a Once timer. After the Once timer has been
performed, the details of the setting remain stored but the Timer status is set to off.
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8. Press the 8 SET button.
The volume level blinks on the display.
SET
4
5
9. Press the SELECT 5 + or 4 – button
to set the volume level.
– SELECT +
8
10. Press the 8 SET button.
SET
The display returns to the display before you set the timer.
Before Turning the Unit Off
•
•
Check that the selected source is ready.
If you will be recording a source while you are out, set the volume to 0.
To turn the Timer off, press the 2 TIMER button after pressing the SHIFT button. The Timer indicator
on the display goes out.
Setting the Sleep Timer
Use the Sleep Timer to turn the Unit off after a certain number of minutes when it is playing. By setting
this timer, you can fall asleep to music and know your Unit will turn off by itself rather than play all
night.
o You can only set the Sleep Timer when the Unit is on and a source is playing.
To set the Sleep Timer, follow this procedure:
SLEEP
1. With the System on and a source
playing, press the SLEEP button
on the Remote Control.
A.BASS EX
S.MODE
SLEEP
2. Set the length of time you want the source to play before shutting
off.
•
Each time you press this button,the number of minutes shown on the display changes as follows:
= 10 = 20 = 30 = 60 = 90 = 120 = Canceled = (back to the beginning)
When the number of minutes you want are shown on the display, just wait 5 seconds until the number of
minutes stops blinking and remains lit.
The Unit is now set to turn off after the number of minutes you set.
To Change the Sleep Timer Setting
Press the SLEEP button until the number of minutes you want appears on the display.
To Cancel the Sleep Timer Setting
Press the SLEEP button until the SLEEP indicator goes off on the display.
Turning off the Unit also cancels the Sleep Timer.
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Care And Maintenance
Compact Discs
Cassette Tapes
Handle your compact discs, cassette tapes, and
Cassette Deck carefully, and they will last a
long time.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remove the CD from the case by holding
it at the edges while pressing the centre
hole lightly.
Do not touch the shiny surface of the CD,
or bend the CD.
Put the CD back in its case after use to
prevent warping.
Be careful not to scratch the surface of the
CD when placing it back in the case.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight,
temperature extremes, and moisture.
If the tape is loose in its cassette, take
up the slack by inserting a pencil in
one of the reels and rotating.
If the tape is loose, it may get
stretched, cut, or caught in the cassette.
•
Do not touch the tape surface.
•
Do not store the tape:
- In dusty places
- In direct sunlight or heat
- In moist areas
- On a TV or speaker
- Near a magnet
A dirty CD may not play correctly. If a CD
does become dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth
in a straight line from centre to edge.
CAUTION: Do not use any solvent (for example, conventional record cleaner, spray
thinner, benzine, etc.) to clean a CD.
Cassette Deck
•
If the heads, capstans, and pinch-rollers of the Cassette Deck
become dirty, the following will occur:
- Loss of sound quality
- Discontinuous sound
- Fading
- Incomplete erasure
- Difficulty recording
•
Clean the heads, capstans, and pinch-rollers using a cotton
swab moistened with alcohol.
Moisture Condensation
Moisture may condense on the lens inside
the Unit in the following cases:
• After starting the heating in the room.
• In a damp room.
• If the Unit is brought directly from a
cold to a warm place.
Should this occur, the Unit may malfunction. In this case, leave the Unit turned on
for a few hours until the moisture evaporates, unplug the AC power cord, and then
plug it in again.
Pinch-rollers
Capstans
General Notes
In general, you will have the best performance by keeping your
tapes, CDs, and the mechanism clean.
• Store tapes and CDs in their cases, and keep them in cabinets
or on shelves.
• Keep the Cassette Deck’s tape doors and the CD trays closed
when not in use.
Heads
•
If the heads become magnetized, the Unit will produce noise
or lose high frequencies.
•
To demagnetize the heads, turn off the Unit, and use a head
demagnetizer (available at electronics and record shops).
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Troubleshooting
•
•
If you are having a problem with your System, check this list for a possible solution before calling for service.
If you cannot solve the problem from the hints given here, or the Unit has been physically damaged, call a qualified person, such as your
dealer, for service.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
No sound is heard.
Connections are incorrect, or loose.
Check all connections and make corrections. (See pages 4 - 5.)
Unable to record.
Cassette record protect tabs are removed.
Cover holes on back edge of cassette with
tape.
Poor radio reception
•
•
•
•
•
The antenna is disconnected.
The AM Loop Antenna is too close to
the Unit.
The FM Wire Antenna is not properly
extended and positioned.
•
Reconnect the antenna securely.
Change the position and direction of the
AM Loop Antenna.
Extend FM Wire Antenna to the best
reception position.
The CD skips.
The CD is dirty or scratched.
Clean or replace the CD.
Unable to operate the Remote Control.
•
•
Remove the obstruction.
•
Replace the batteries.
•
The path between the Remote Control
and the sensor on the Unit is blocked.
The batteries have lost their charge.
The CD tray cannot be opened.
The main AC power cord is not plugged in.
Plug in the AC power plug.
The CD does not play.
The CD is upside down.
Put the CD in with the label side up.
Operations are disabled.
The built-in microprocessor has malfunctioned due to external electrical interference.
Unplug the Unit then plug it back in.
The cassette door cannot be opened.
During tape playing, the power cord was
unplugged.
Plug in the power cord, press the POWER
button, and then press the 0 button.
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QUALITY
SERVICE
HOW TO LOCATE YOUR JVC SERVICE CENTER
TOLL FREE : 1-800-537-5722
Dear customer:
In order to receive the most satisfaction from your purchase, read the instruction booklet before operating the unit. In the event that
repair is necessary, or for the address nearest your location, please refer to the factory service center list below or within the Continental
United States, Call 1-800-537—5722 for your authorized servicer. Remember to retain you Bill of Sale for Warranty Service.
—JVC
JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING
COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF US JVC CORP.
FACTORY SERVICE CENTER LOCATIONS
107 Little Falls Road
Fairfield, NJ 07004-2105
(201) 808-9279
1500 Lakes Parkway
Lawrenceville, GA 30243-5357
(770) 339-2522
705 Enterprise Street
Aurora, IL 60504-8149
(630) 851-7855
5665 Corporate Avenue
Cypress, CA 90630-0024
(714) 229-8011
2969 Mapunapuna Place
Honolulu, HI 96819-2040
(808) 833-5828
10700 Hammerly, Suite 110
Houston, TX77043
(713) 935-9331
230 Eliot Street
Ashland, MA 0172-2377
(508) 881-5923
14505 Commerce Way
Miami Lakes, FL 33016-1512
(305) 362-6252
890 Dubuque Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080-1804
(415) 871-2666
Sophisticated electronic products may require occasional service. Just as quality is a keyword in the engineering and production of
the wide array of JVC products, service is the key to maintaining the high level of performance for which JVC is world famous. The
JVC service and engineering organization stands behind our products.
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF US JVC CORP.
107 Little Falls Road
Fairfield, NJ 07004-2105
If you ship the product • • •
Pack your JVC unit in the original carton or one of equivalent
size and strength. Enclose, with the unit, a letter stating the
problem or symptom that exists and also a copy of the receipt
or bill of sale you received when you purchased your JVC unit.
Print your home return address on the outside and the inside
of the carton. Send to the appropriate JVC Factory Service
Center as listed above.
Don’t service it yourself.
CAUTION
To prevent electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. No user
serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
ACCESSORIES
To purchase accessories for your JVC product, you may contact your local JVC Dealer.
Or from the 48 Continental United States call toll free : 800-882-2345
(0694)
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LIMITED WARRANTY
AUDIO-1
JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA warrants this product and all parts thereof, except as set forth below ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER AT RETAIL to be FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP from the date of original retail
purchase for the period as shown below. (“The Warranty Period.”)
PARTS
LABOR
1YR
1YR
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE FIFTY(50) UNITED STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND IN
COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO.
WHAT WE WILL DO:
If this product is found to be defective, JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Such
repair and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers.
Parts used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of the Warranty Period. All products and parts thereof may be
brought to a JVC authorized service center on a carry-in basis except for Television sets having a screen size 25 inches and
above which are covered on an in-home basis.
WHAT YOU MUST DO FOR WARRANTY SERVICE:
Return your product to a JVC authorized service center with a copy of your bill of sale. For your nearest JVC authorized
service center, please call toll free: (800)537-5722.
If service is not available locally, box the product carefully, preferably in the original carton, and ship, insured, with a copy of
your bill of sale plus and letter of explanation of the problem to the nearest JVC Factory Service Center, the name and location
of which will be given to you by the toll-free number.
If you have any questions concerning your JVC Product, please contact our Customer Relations Department.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
This limited warranty provided by JVC does not cover:
1. Products which have been subject to abuse, accident, alteration, modification, tampering, negligence, misuse, faulty
installation, lack of reasonable care, or if repaired or serviced by anyone other than a service facility authorized by JVC to
render such service, or if affixed to any attachment not provided with the products, or if the model or serial number has
been altered, tampered with, defaced or removed;
2. Initial installation and installation and removal for repair;
3. Operational adjustments covered in the Owner’s Manual, normal maintenance, video and audio head cleaning;
4. Damage that occurs in shipment, due to act of God, and cosmetic damage;
5. Signal reception problems and failures due to line power surge;
6. Video Pick-up Tubes/CCD Image Sensor, Cartridge, Stylus(Needle) are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase;
7. Accessories;
8. Batteries (except the Rechargeable Batteries are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase);
There are no express warranties except as listed above.
THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MARCHANTABILITY, IS
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN.
JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER
DAMAGES, WHETHER DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO
TAPES, RECORDS OR DISCS) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH
OF THIS WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE.
Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied
warranty last, so these limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF US JVC CORP.
41 Slater Drive
Elmwood Park, New Jersey 07407
REFURBISHED PRODUCTS CARRY A SEPARATE WARRANTY, THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY. FOR DETAILS OF
REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY, PLEASE REFER TO THE REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION
PACKAGED WITH EACH REFURBISHED PRODUCT.
For customer use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which is located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.:
Serial No.:
Purchase date:
Name of dealer:
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Specifications
Amplifier Section
Output Power 55 watts per channel, min. RMS at 6 ohms at 1 kHz,
with no more than 3% total harmonic distortion.
Input Sensitivity/Impedance (1 kHz)
AUX 300 mV/50 kohms
Speaker terminals 6 - 16 ohms
Cassette Deck Section
Frequency Response
Type II (CrO2) : 50 - 14,000 Hz
Type I (NORMAL) : 50 - 14,000 Hz
Wow And Flutter 0.15% (WRMS)
CD Automatic Changer Section
CD Capacity
Dynamic Range
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
Wow And Flutter
3 discs
85 dB
90 dB
Unmeasurable
Tuner Section
FM Tuner
Tuning Range 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
AM Tuner
Tuning Range 530 - 1,710 kHz
Dimensions 265 × 315 × 340 mm (W/H/D)
(10-7/16 × 12-7/16 × 13-7/16 inches)
Mass 7.2 kg (15.9 lbs)
Speaker Specifications
SP-D302
Type
Speaker
Tweeter
Woofer
Power Handling Capacity
Impedance
Frequency Range
Sound Pressure Level
2-way, 2-speaker bass-reflex type
5 cm (2 inches) cone × 1
12 cm (4-3/4 inches) cone × 1
60 W
6 ohms
50 Hz - 20,000 Hz
90 dB/w • m
Dimensions 215 × 315 × 230 mm (W/H/D)
(8-1/2 × 12-7/16 × 9-1/16 inches)
Mass 3.3 kg (7.3 lbs)
Accessories
AM Loop Antenna (1)
Remote Control (1)
Batteries R6P (SUM-3)/AA (15F) (2)
FM Wire Antenna (1)
Power Specifications
Power Requirements AC 120 V , 60 Hz
Power Consumption 95 watts
9 watts (in standby mode)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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