PLCDCS 200
OWNER’S MANUAL
Mobile Audio System
• PLL Synthesizer Stereo Radio
• Digital Compact Disc Player
• Cassette Player
• Automatically Memory Storing
• Preset Equalization
• Auxiliary Input Function
• Remote Control
• Undetachable Panel
CONTENTS
Installation .....................................................................................................3
Wiring Connection ........................................................................................4
4 x 50W System......................................................................................................4
Operation .......................................................................................................5
General Operation ..................................................................................................6
Radio Operation......................................................................................................7
Cassette Operation.................................................................................................7
CDP Operation........................................................................................................8
Remote Control.......................................................................................................8
Specifications................................................................................................9
Trouble Shooting .........................................................................................10
Maintenance................................................................................................11
Caution.........................................................................................................12
Ignition and Interference Noise .................................................................12
2
INSTALLATION
Method A
SUB PANEL
FLANGE NUT
QUICKIE BOLT
REAR BUSHING
FACTORY
BRACKET
MOUNTING
SCREW
QUICKIE BOLT
DASH PANEL
Method B
SUB PANEL
QUICKIE BOLT
FLANGE NUT
MOUNTING
SCREW
2#BRACKET
DASH PANEL
MOUNTING
SCREW
2#BRACKET
2#BRACKET
3#BRACKET
1#BRACKET
STANDARD MOUNTING CONFIGURATION
2#BRACKET
2#BRACKET
“JA” MOUNTING CONFIGURATION
3
“JZ” MOUNTING CONFIGURATION
WIRING CONNECTION
For 4 x 50W System
MAIN UNIT
ANTENNA SOCKET
IGNITION
SWITCH (B+)
RED
FUSE
(BLACK)
Rch RED
TV AUDIO IN
MEMORY
BACK-UP
GROUND (B–)
YELLOW
Lch WHITE
(GREY)
BLACK
RCA CABLE
Rch RED
Lch WHITE
POWER
ANTENNA
FRONT Lch
SPEAKER
REAR Lch
SPEAKER
BLUE
WHITE
GREY
WHITE/BLACK
GREY/BLACK
GREEN
VIOLET
GREEN/BLACK
VIOLET/BLACK
4
FRONT Rch
SPEAKER
REAR Rch
SPEAKER
OPERATION
12
16
9
13
10
17 19
4
28
27
20
8
3 15 7
21 18 22
23 11 14
5
24
26
5
1
25
6
2
OPERATION
• SELECT MODE
Press the MODE button (6) to choose
desired listening mode. (e.g. radio,
CDP, CDC, tape, TV or AUX mode)
GENERAL OPERATION
Note: In this product design, there has
different sound accompanying with every
button pressed and the sound is
designed differently according to the
customers.
• MUTE
Press the MUTE button (2) to silence
the receiver. Press it again to release
the mode.
• ON/OFF
Switch on the unit by pressing POWER
button (9). When system is on, press
POWER button (9) again to turn off the
unit.
• LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
Exhibit current frequency and activated
functions on the display (27).
• EQUALIZATION
Press EQ button (12) to select SOUND
EFFECT as shown in below sequence:
• OPEN THE FRONT PANEL
Press OPEN button (7) to fold down
the front panel.
NORMAL
• SOUND ADJUSTMENT
Press PUSH SELECT button (10) to
select audio mode shown in the below
sequence.
VOLUME
BASS
TREBLE
CLAS
POP
JAZZ
Press EQ button (12) over 1 second,
graphic display type will display on the
LCD and then press
TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (16) or
TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (17) to
select graphic display type as follows:
BALANCE FADER
(For Fader Version Only)
By rotating the knob (10) clockwise or
counter-clockwise, it is possible to
adjust the desired sound quality.
If adjustment has not been done in
BAS/TRE/BAL/FAD mode, it is
returned to the volume select mode
(initial) 5 seconds later.
Note: Only in fader version, fader is
effective.
DNCO1
DNCO2
DNCO3
DNCO4
DNCO5
• REMOTE SENSOR
Point the remote control handset to
the remote sensor IR (23).
Press the function keys on the handset
to control the system.
• AUXILIARY INPUT
The unit can be connected to a
portable audio player through the AUX
IN jack (11).
• LOUDNESS
Press the LOUD button (3) to loudness
function and display will show
“LOUD”. Press it again to release this
function.
• RESET
RESET button (28) must be activated
with either a ball point pen or thin metal
object. The RESET button (28) is to
be activated for the following reasons:
- Initial installation of the unit when all
wiring is completed.
- All the function buttons do not
operate.
- Error symbol on the display.
• DISPLAY
Press the DSP button (15) can switch
between frequency or play time display
and clock display.
To set clock, hold down DSP button
(15) until the clock is shown on display
then press TUNE/TRACK/SKIP
button (17) to change hours or
TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (16) to
change minutes.
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OPERATION
memorized, the seconds Auto Store
search continued by Distant state.
At the end of Auto Store operation,
mode is change to Preset Scan.
RADIO OPERATION
• BAND SELECTION
At radio mode, press BAND button
(13) to select the desired band.
The reception band will change in the
following order:
FM1
FM2
FM3
AM1
- Preset Scan
Press AS/PS button (14) shortly in
radio mode, Preset Scan is started.
This operation starts from next
preset number and finished at the
same preset number of which last
channel memory stored.
Frequency of preset memory is
displayed with blinking for 5
seconds. Press AS/PS button (14)
again to release this function.
AM2
• STATION SELECTION
- Manual Tune Up/Down
Repeatedly press the
TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (16)
or TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (17)
for manual tuning frequency
downward or upward.
- Seek Tune Up/Down
Press and hold the
TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (16)
or TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button (17)
for several seconds for auto tuning
frequency downward or upward.
• STATION STORING
Press and release any one of the
preset buttons (18) (1 - 6) shortly,
(1 - 6) preset memory is called (Preset
Call). Press the button for several
secnds, current frequency is stored
into preset memory and preset number
(1 - 6) is displayed (Preset Store).
• LOCAL/DISTANT
Press LOC button (1) shortly to select
between local and distant stations.
Local setting for reception of strong
station, and a distant setting for
reception of weaker stations. In local
mode, “LOC” will display.
CASSETTE OPERATION
• PROGRAM BUTTON
These two buttons (25) perform the
dual functions of changing the
direction of tape playback and fast
forward/rewind of the tape.
- Change Tape Playback Direction
Press both buttons together to play
the other side of a tape.
- Fast Forward/Rewind
Press the button with the double
arrows pointing the same direction
as the direction indicator in the LCD
to fast forward; press other button in
the opposite direction to fast rewind.
• MONO/STEREO
At FM radio mode, press MO/ST
button (8) to set the reception between
mono mode and stereo mode. In stereo
mode, when stereo broadcasting
station is received, the “
” indicator
will appear upon the display.
• AUTOMATIC MEMORY STORING &
PRESET SCAN
- Automatic Memory Storing
Press AS/PS button (14) over 1
second in radio mode, Auto Store is
started. Stations are searched
automatically from next frequency
and detected station is stored into
the preset memory. In case of LOC
state, the first Auto Store is done by
LOC state and if 6 CH is not fully
• EJECT
Push the eject button (24) down to
eject the cassette tape.
• CASSETTE COMPARTMENT
Insert a cassette tape into the cassette
compartment (26). The cassette
mechanism will load it in play mode.
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OPERATION
CDP OPERATION
REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET
• SELECT TRACKS
Press TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button
(16) or TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button
(17) to move to the previous track or the
following track. Track number shows on
display.
Hold TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button
(16) or TUNE/TRACK/SKIP button
(17) to fast reverse or fast forward. CD
play starts from when you release the
button.
1
7
4
3
8
9
6
5
13
2
12
10
11
14
15
• PAUSE PLAYING
Press PAU button (19) to pause CD
player. Press it again to resume play.
• REPEAT THE SAME TRACK
Press RPT button (21) to continuously
repeat the same track. Press it again to
stop repeat.
FUNCTION KEYS & CONTROL
1. PWR
2. MUT
3. SEL
4. VOL
5. VOL
6. BND
7. MOD
8. TUNE/SEEK
9. TUNE/SEEK
10.EQ
11.PRESET
12.PAU
13.SCN
14.RPT
15.RND
• PREVIEW ALL TRACKS
Press SCN button (20) to play first
several seconds of each track on the
current disc.
Press it again to stop intro and listen
to track.
• PLAY ALL TRACKS
Press RND button (22) to play all
tracks on CD in random order. Press
it again to cancel the function.
• EJECT
When the front panel is folded down,
press eject button (4) to stop CD playing
and eject the disc from the disc slot (5).
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Power Button
Mute Button
Select Button
Volume Up Button
Volume Down Button
Band Select Button
Mode Button
Tune/Seek Down Button
Tune/Seek Up Button
Preset Equalization Button
Preset Buttons
Pause Button
Scanning Button
Repeat Button
Random Button
SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements
Chassis Dimensions
Loading Impedance
Maximum Output Power
Current Drain
:
:
:
:
:
DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
200 mm (W) x 138 mm (D) x 75 mm (H)
4 - 8 Ω per channel
4 x 50 Watts
10 Ampere (max.)
CD PLAYER
Signal to Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
Frequency Response
: More than 55 dB
: More than 50 dB
: 20 Hz - 20 KHz
CASSETTE PLAYER
Tape Speed
Fast Forward Time
Frequency Response
Channel Separation
Crosstalk
Wow and Flutter
:
:
:
:
:
:
4.76 cm/sec
180 seconds (C-60 type)
50 to 8,000 Hz
> 35 dB
> 40 dB
≤ 0.35% WRMS
Frequency Coverage
I.F.
Sensitivity (S/N = 30 dB)
Image Rejection
Stereo Separation
:
:
:
:
:
FM
87.5 to 107.9 MHz
10.7 MHz
3 µV
> 45 dB
> 30 dB
Frequency Coverage
I.F.
Sensitivity (S/N = 20 dB)
AM
: 530 to 1710 KHz
: 10.71 MHz
: 32 dBu
RADIO
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before going through the check list, check wiring connection. If any of the problems
persist after check list has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Symptom
No power.
Disc cannot
be loaded or
ejected.
Cassette tape
cannot be
loaded or
ejected.
No sound.
Sound skips
or sound
quality is poor.
The operation
keys do not
work.
Cause
Solution
The car ignition switch is
not on.
If the power supply is properly
connected to the car accessory
circuits, but the engine is not moving,
switch the ignition key to “ACC”.
The fuse is blown.
Replace the fuse.
Presence of CD disc inside Remove the disc in the player, then
the player.
put a new one.
Inserting the disc in
reverse direction.
Insert the compact disc with the
label facing upward.
Compact disc is extremely
dirty or defective disc.
Clean the disc or try to play a new
one.
Temperature inside the car
is too high.
Cool off or until the ambient
temperature return to normal.
Condensation.
Leave the player off for an hour or
so, then try again.
Presence of a cassette
tape in the player.
Remove the cassette tape in the
player, then put in the new one.
The temperature in the car
is too high.
Cool off the inside of the car, then try
again.
Condensation.
Leave the cassette player off for an
hour or so, then try again.
Volume is in minimum.
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly connected.
Check wiring connection.
The installation angle is
more than 30 degrees.
Adjust the installation angle to less
than 30 degrees.
The disc is extremely dirty
or defective disc.
Clean the compact disc, then try to
play a new one.
The cassette is defective.
Try another cassette.
The built-in microcomputer Press the RESET button.
is not operating properly
Front panel is not properly fixed into
due to noise.
its place.
The radio does The antenna cable is not
not work. The connected.
radio station
automatic
The signals are too weak.
selection does
not work.
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Insert the antenna cable firmly.
Select a station manually.
MAINTENANCE
3. Clean the tape head with the cotton
swab.
For System
The following suggestions help you care
for the product so that you can enjoy it
for years.
1. Keep the product dry. If it does get
wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Liquids might contain minerals that
can corrode the electronic circuits.
4. Clean the capstans and the pinch
rollers with the cotton swab.
2. Keep the product away from dust and
dirt, which can cause premature wear
of parts.
5. Allow the tape head, capstans and
pinch rollers to dry before operating.
3. Handle the product gently and
carefully. Dropping it can damage
circuit boards and cases, and can
cause the product to work improperly.
6. Do not touch the tape with your
fingers; if it becomes lose, wind it
back by twisting a six-sided pencil in
the cassette reel.
4. Wipe the product with a dampened
cloth occasionally to keep it looking
new. Do not use harsh chemicals,
cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents to clean the product.
5. Use and store the product only in
normal temperature environments.
High temperature can shorten the life
of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and distort or melt plastic
parts.
For Tape Player
Periodic cleaning of the tape head and
capstan shaft will ensure good
reproduction of music and trouble-free
operation. Cleaning of the tape head
should be done every 20 to 30 hours of
operation or when the high tones have
become less clear.
1. Use a cassette cleaning cartridge if
available. If one is not available, use
a cotton swab soaked in isopropyl
(rubbing) alcohol.
2. While holding the tape door open,
locate tape head to the right of the
opening and in the centre of the unit.
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CAUTION
1. This unit is designed to operate on
12-volts DC, negative ground
electrical system only. Do not attempt
to install this unit in a vehicle having a
positive ground system.
2. You should not touch the
high-polished playback head with any
metallic or magnetic tools.
3. Your unit has built-in filtering to
eliminate most of the noise that might
come through the power source.
However, with some vehicles,
particularly older models, some
clicking or other unwanted noise
might be present.
IGNITION AND INTERFERENCE NOISE
Ignition
Interference
The most common source of noise in
reception is the ignition system. This is
normally due to the fact that radio is
placed relatively close to the ignition
system (engine). This type of noise can
be easily detected because it will vary in
intensity of pitch with the speed of the
engine.
Radio reception in a moving environment
(automobile) is very different from
reception in a stationary (home). It is
very important to understand the
difference.
Usually, the ignition noise can be
suppressed considerably by using a
radio suppression type high voltage
ignition wire and suppressor resistor in
the ignition system. (Most vehicles
employ this wire and resistor but it may
be necessary to check them for correct
operation.) Another method of
suppression is the use of additional noise
suppressors. These can be obtained
from most CB/Amateur radio or
electronic supply shops.
AM reception will deteriorate when
passing through a tunnel or when
passing under high voltage lines. Also,
noise can be picked up from passing
automobiles. Although AM is subject to
environmental noise, it has the ability to
be received at great distance.
This is due to the fact that broadcasting
signals follow the curvature of the earth
and are reflected back by the upper
atmosphere.
FM reception is just the opposite of AM.
It is not subject to environmental noise
and it does not have the ability to be
received at great distances (usually 30
miles). Also, the FM signal can be
blocked by tall buildings, mountains, or
hills.
To reduce the possibility of these
problems, ALWAYS FINE TUNE a station,
and if possible, set the antenna height to
30 inches.
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