Multi Music System 10496 Instructions for Use

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Power Details:
Rated voltage (adaptor) 100 – 240V; 50/60Hz, 0.65Amps
Adaptor output: DC 12V 1Amp
Power consumption 18W
Audio output: 4Wx2
Frequency details: AM: 522 - 1620KHz
FM: 87.5 - 108MHz
Accessories:
AC/DC Adaptor, 45 RPM Adaptor
Please read this instruction manual thoroughly before starting and ensure you are familiar with the
operation of your new Multi Music System.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS:
WHEN USING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED:

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE.

TO PROTECT AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT IMMERSE CORD, PLUG OR APPLIANCE IN WATER OR
ANY OTHER LIQUID.

UNPLUG FROM OUTLET WHEN NOT IN USE AND BEFORE CLEANING.

DO NOT OPERATE ANY APPLIANCE WITH A DAMAGED CORD OR PLUG OR AFTER THE APPLIANCE
MALFUNCTIONS, OR HAS BEEN DAMAGED IN ANY MANNER. WE RECOMMEND THAT THE POWER
CORD IS NOT KINKED OR STORED IN A TWISTED MANNER, AND THAT YOU REGULARLY CHECK ITS
CONDITION.

THE USE OF ANY ACCESSORY ATTACHMENTS NOT RECOMMENDED BY COOPERS OF STORTFORD MAY
CAUSE INJURIES AND INVALIDATE ANY WARRANTY YOU MAY HAVE.

DO NOT USE OUTDOORS.

DO NOT LET CORD HANG OVER THE EDGE OF A TABLE OR COUNTER, OR TOUCH HOT SURFACES.

DO NOT PLACE ON OR NEAR HEAT SOURCES.

USE ON A LEVEL, STABLE SURFACE.

DO NOT COVER THE ITEM IN ANY WAY WHEN IN USE AS THIS MAY CAUSE OVERHEATING.

DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE FOR ANY OTHER USE THAN THE INTENDED USE IT IS DESIGNED FOR.

ENSURE THERE IS SUFFICIENT DISTANCE BETWEEN THIS APPLIANCE AND OTHER ITEMS OR SUFFICIENT
DISTANCE BETWEEN THE APPLIANCE AND THE CONFINES OF THE AREA IN WHICH IT IS SITUATED. WE
RECOMMEND A MINIMUM CLEARANCE AROUND ALL FACES OF AT LEAST 10CM.

BEFORE USE, CHECK THOROUGHLY FOR ANY DEFECTS AND DO NOT USE IF DEFECTS ARE FOUND. TAKE
CARE NOT TO DROP THE APPLIANCE AS HEAVY IMPACTS MAY CAUSE INTERNAL DAMAGE.
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CONTENTS
LOCATION OF CONTROL ......................................................................................................................... 5
CONNECTION .......................................................................................................................................... 6
SETTING THE CLOCK ................................................................................................................................ 6
SETTING ALARM .................................................................................................................................. 7
SNOOZE FUNCTION ............................................................................................................................. 7
TIMER FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................ 8
LISTENING TO RADIO .............................................................................................................................. 8
RADIO TUNING .................................................................................................................................... 8
MANUAL PRESET RADIO STATIONS .................................................................................................... 8
AUTO PRESET RADIO STATIONS .......................................................................................................... 8
FM & FM-STEREO RECEPTION ............................................................................................................ 9
HINTS FOR BETTER RECEPTION ........................................................................................................... 9
FM & FM-STEREO RADIO ENCODING.................................................................................................. 9
PHONO & ENCODING ............................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
PHONO ENCODING ............................................................................................................................... 10
CASSETTE TAPE & ENCODING ............................................................................................................... 10
CASSETTE TAPE ENCODING ................................................................................................................... 11
AUX IN JACK & ENCODING .................................................................................................................... 11
PLAYBACK OF MP3/WMA SONG VIA USB STORAGE MEDIA OR MEMORY CARD ................................ 12
CONNECTING .................................................................................................................................... 12
TRACKS PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................. 13
COPYING OF MP3/WMA FILE ............................................................................................................ 14
I) COPY 1 TRACK ................................................................................................................................ 14
II) COPY 1 FOLDER ............................................................................................................................. 14
III) COPY ALL TRACK .......................................................................................................................... 14
FILE DELETE FROM USB / SD CARD ....................................................................................................... 14
I) DELETE 1 TRACK ............................................................................................................................. 15
II) DELETE 1 FOLDER .......................................................................................................................... 15
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II) DELETE ALL TRACK ........................................................................................................................ 15
REMOVING OF USB / MEMORY CARD .............................................................................................. 15
COMPACT DISC (CD) PLAYBACK & ENCODING ...................................................................................... 15
TRACKS PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................. 16
COPYING OF CD ................................................................................................................................. 16
I) COPY 1 TRACK ................................................................................................................................ 16
II) COPY 1 FOLDER (FOR MP3/WMA DISC ONLY) .............................................................................. 17
III) COPY ALL TRACK .......................................................................................................................... 17
SPLIT TRACK FUNCTION FOR USB/SD RECORDING FOR TURNTABLE/AUX IN ...................................... 17
1)
MANUAL SPLIT OPERATION PROCEDURE: ............................................................................... 17
Note for auto split: ............................................................................................................................ 17
BLUETOOTH CONNECTION ................................................................................................................... 18
EARPHONE JACK & LINE OUT SOCKET .................................................................................................. 18
REMOTE CONTROL ................................................................................................................................ 18
BATTERY INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................... 18
TO CHANGE BATTERY:....................................................................................................................... 18
BUTTONS DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................... 19
.......................................................................................................................................................... 19
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LOCATION OF CONTROL
Figure 1
1) DUST COVER
2) SKIP DOWN
BUTTON
3) STOP / BAND BUTTON
4) PLAY/PAUSE
BUTTON
5) MODE / CLOCK
6) REC / DEL
7) SLEEP / TIMER
8) FUNCTION
9) CD DOOR
10) CD DOOR BUTTON
11) EARPHONE JACK
12) USB SOCKET
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13) SKIP UP
BUTTON
14) ALBUM / PRESET DOWN
15) STANDBY INDICATOR (15)
16) ALBUM / PRESET UP
17) LCD DISPLAY
18) POWER / VOLUME KNOB
19) REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER
20) AUX IN JACK
21) SD/MMC CARD SLOT
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Figure 2
22) CABINET
23) 45 RPM ADAPTOR
24) LIFT LEVER (FOR RECORD PLAY / PAUSE)
25) AUTO STOP ON/OFF BUTTON
26) 33/45/78 RPM SPEED SELECTOR
27) TONE ARM
Figure 3
28) LINE-OUT SOCKET
29) SPEAKER BOX CONNECTION RCA JACK
30) FM ANTENNA
31) DC ADAPTOR SLOT
32) CASSETTE PLAYER
CONNECTION (Fig. 1 and 3)
1.
Connect external power adaptor to DC adaptor slot.
2.
Connect external speaker box with the speaker box connection RCA jack of the unit back panel. (see Fig 3)
3.
Push the POWER KNOB to switch on the unit, the STANDBY INDICATOR will be off. If the backlight on the
LCD display lights up, it means the power supply is normal, now your system is ready for use. (see Fig 1)
SETTING THE CLOCK (Fig. 1)
1.
When the STANDBY INDICATOR lights up, unit is in the standby mode.
2.
During standby mode, select between 12h or 24h mode: press and hold MODE button for 3-5 seconds,
12h / 24h will be flashing. Press SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select 12h / 24h mode. Press MODE
button again to confirm.
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Setting hour: Press SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select the correct hour, then press MODE button
again to confirm.
4.
Setting minute: After step 3 is completed, press SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select the correct minute,
then press MODE button again to confirm.
SETTING ALARM (Fig. 1)
1.
During standby mode, hold the TIMER button for 3-5 seconds. Setting alarm sequence is “ALARM ON TIME
> ALARM OFF TIME > ALARM MODE > ALARM VOLUME”.
2.
Setting alarm on time: “ON” is lighting on the display
a)
Setting hour: Press the SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN (2) button to select the correct hour, then
press the TIMER button again to confirm.
b)
Setting minute: Press the SKIP UPor SKIP DOWN button to select the correct minute, then
press the TIMER button again to confirm.
3.
Setting alarm off time: “OFF” is lighting on the display:
a)
Setting hour: Press the SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select the correct hour, then press
the TIMER button again to confirm.
b)
Setting minute: Press the SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select the correct minute, then
press the TIMER button again to confirm.
4.
5.
Setting alarm mode: “TUNE” is lighting up on the display:
a)
Press the SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select the alarm mode.
b)
Sequence is TUNE > CD > USB > SD, press the TIMER button again to confirm.
Setting alarm volume: “V - ” is lighting up on the display:
a)
Press the SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button to select the alarm volume, press the TIMER button
again to confirm.
6.
Setting alarm is completed, the display will show the setting again for user’s checking
7.
“CLOCK” icon is flashing when alarm is activated. “CLOCK” icon lights up when alarm setting is stored but
not yet activated.
8.
Cancel alarm: during standby mode, when “CLOCK” icon is on, press the TIMER button, “CLOCK” icon will
be off.
SNOOZE FUNCTION (Fig. 1)
Press the “SNOOZE” button on the remote control when alarm is activated, alarm will be silent for 9 minutes.
After 9 minutes snooze interval, alarm will be activated again. Snooze can be used repeatedly within the 1hour alarm active interval.
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TIMER FUNCTION (automatic switch to standby) (Fig. 1)
1.
Push the POWER KNOB till the STANDBY INDICATOR light is off. Unit is turning from standby mode to
operation mode.
2.
When the unit is turned on, press the SLEEP button repeatedly to choose the sleep time minutes from
90>80>70…..>10 off.
3.
Sleep time setting is stored when the “SLEEP” icon lights up on the display.
4.
When the sleep time minutes are over, unit will be switched to standby mode automatically.
LISTENING TO RADIO
RADIO TUNING (Fig. 1)
1. Press the FUNCTION button to select “TUNE” mode.
2. Select the desired band by pressing the BAND button (AM or FM).
3. Tune to the selected station by pressing the SKIP UP or SKIP DOWN button for 1-2 seconds, and then
release.
4. The unit will start seeking automatically and stop when a radio station is found.
MANUAL PRESET RADIO STATIONS (Fig. 1)
1.
When the desired radio station is found, press MODE button, program number will be flashing.
2.
Press the PRESET UP or PRESET DOWN button to choose the program number for storing the desired radio
station.
3.
Press the MODE button again to confirm, program number will stop flashing.
4.
Repeat steps 2 & 3 until all desired radio stations have been found and stored.
5.
Press the PRESET UP or PRESET DOWN button to choose the preset radio stations.
6.
The number of stations that can be found and stored is dependent on the reception in different areas and
countries (FM: max 30 stations, AM: max 20 Stations)
AUTO PRESET RADIO STATIONS (Fig. 1)
1.
During radio mode, press the PLAY/PAUSE button, the unit will automatically scan the radio frequency.
When the clear signal is found, it will automatically store the radio station, starting from program number
1.
2.
The number of stations that can be found and stored is dependent on the reception in different areas and
countries. See Manual Preset Radio Stations point 6 above.
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FM & FM-STEREO RECEPTION (Fig. 1)
 Press the “FM ST.” Button on the remote control to select FM mono or FM stereo mode. When stereo
signal is weak it is preferable to listen to the program in mono.
 “ST” icon lights up on the display to show FM stereo mode is receiving.
HINTS FOR BETTER RECEPTION (Fig. 3)
1.
AM: There is a built-in AM antenna. If AM reception is weak, slightly rotating or re-positioning of the unit
will usually improve the AM reception.
2.
FM: The receiver has a built-in FM wire antenna hanging at the rear cabinet. This wire should be totally
unravelled and extended for best reception.
AM & FM-STEREO RADIO ENCODING (Fig. 1)
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “TUNE” mode and select the desired band by pressing the BAND
button (AM or FM).
2.
Insert memory device (USB drive, SD or MMC card)
3.
Press the “REC” button, it will take 3-5 seconds to read memory device. Then USB icon will be flashing.
4.
Press the SKIP UP
button or SKIP DOWN
button to select desired mode (USB or SD) for encoding.
Then press the “REC” button again to confirm. The system is starting the encoding mode after a few
seconds.
5.
If only USB drive, SD or MMC card is inserted, step 4 can be skipped.
6.
The USB or SD icon will be flashing on the display during encoding.
7.
To finish encoding, press the STOP
button and display will show “END” and return to “TUNER” mode.
REMARKS:
-
The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual playing time of FM or FM-ST radio
-
The recording format is preset at – MP3 bit rate : 128 kbps
-
During FM & FM-STEREO radio encoding, radio frequency is fixed and cannot be tuned
RECORD PLAYER (Fig. 2)
-
Remove the stylus protector.
-
Make sure the tone arm is detached from the tone arm rest before operating and re-secured again
afterwards.
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “PHON” on display.
2.
Set the SPEED SELECTOR (26) to the proper position depending on the record to be played.
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3.
Place the record on the turn table; use the 45 rpm adaptor if required.
4.
Push the LIFT LEVER upward to raise the tone arm from the arm rest, and then slowly move it to the
record side. The turn table will start to rotate.
5.
Push down the LIFT LEVER to drop the tone arm and touch the record gently. Phono playing starts now.
6.
Push the LIFT LEVER upward to raise the tone arm from the arm rest, the turntable will still be rotating but
phono playing will stop. To continue playing push down the LIFT LEVER.
7.
Adjust the volume to the desired level.
8.
At the end of the record, the turntable will automatically stop rotating. Push the LIFT LEVER upward to
raise the tone arm and manually move it to the arm rest, and then put down the LIFT LEVER.
9.
To stop manually, lift the tone arm from the record and return it to the arm rest.
REMARK: If the record stops before the last track finishes, select the AUTO-STOP switch to “OFF“ position,
then it will run to the end of the record but will not stop automatically (turn off the unit by power button or
switch back the AUTO-STOP switch to “ ON “ position to stop the turntable rotate). Then put back the tone
arm to the arm rest.
PHONO ENCODING (Fig. 1)
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “PHON” on display and then insert memory device (USB drive, SD or
MMC card).
2.
Press the “REC” button, it will take 3-5 seconds to read the memory device. The USB icon will be flashing.
3.
Press the SKIP UP
button or SKIP DOWN
button to select desired mode (USB or SD) for
encoding. Then press the “REC” button again to confirm. The system starts encoding mode after a few
seconds.
4.
If only USB drive or SD/MMC card is inserted, step 3 can be skipped.
5.
The USB or SD icon will flash on the display during encoding.
6.
To finish encoding, press the STOP
button and display will show “END” and return to phono mode.
REMARKS:
-
The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual playing time of the record player.
-
The recording format is preset at – MP3 bit rate : 128 kbps
CASSETTE TAPE & ENCODING (Fig. 1 and 3)
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “TAPE” on display.
2.
After inserting the cassette tape, the system will start playing automatically.
3.
Adjust the volume to the desired level.
4.
Press the “TAPE FAST FORWARD / EJECT” button” at cassette player half way during playing, the tape will
be advanced forward rapidly.
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Slightly press the “TAPE FAST FORWARD / EJECT BUTTON” again to resume normal playing, the button
will return to the raised position.
6.
Press the “TAPE FAST FORWARD / EJECT” BUTTON” completely, the playing will be stopped and the
cassette tape will be ejected.
REMARK : When inserting the tape make sure it is inserted as shown in the
diagram. To avoid damaging the tape, it is highly recommended to remove the
tape after listening.
CASSETTE TAPE ENCODING (Fig. 1)
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “TAPE” on display and then insert
memory device (USB drive, SD or MMC card)
2.
Press the “REC” button, it will take 3-5 seconds to read memory device. Then USB icon will be flashing.
3.
Press the SKIP UP
button or SKIP DOWN
button to select desired mode (USB or SD) for
encoding. Then press the “REC” button again to confirm, the system starts the encoding mode after few
seconds.
4.
If only USB drive or SD/MMC card is inserted, step 3 can be skipped.
5.
The USB or SD icon will flash on the display during encoding.
6.
To finish encoding, press the STOP
button and the display will show “END” and return to cassette
mode.
REMARKS:
-
The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual playing time of the cassette tape.
-
The recording format is preset at – MP3 bit rate : 128 kbps.
AUX IN JACK & ENCODING (Fig. 1)
Press the FUNCTION button to select “AUX” on display, then connect the external audio device (such as CD
player) through the “AUX IN JACK”. The audio signal from the external audio device can be played through the
system.
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AUX IN ENCODING (Fig. 1)
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to select “AUX” on display, then insert memory device (USB drive, SD or MMC
card)
2.
Press the “REC” button, it will take 3-5 seconds to read memory device. Then USB icon will be flashing.
3.
Press the SKIP UP
or SKIP DOWN
button to select desired mode (USB or SD) for encoding. Then
press the “REC” button again to confirm - the system starts the encoding mode after few seconds.
4.
If only USB drive or SD/MMC card is inserted, step 3 can be skipped.
5.
The USB or SD icon will flash on the display during encoding.
6.
To finish encoding, press the STOP
button and display will show “END” and return to “AUX” mode.
REMARKS:
-
The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual playing time of the external audio device.
-
The recording format is preset at – MP3 bit rate : 128 kbps
PLAYBACK OF MP3/WMA SONG VIA USB STORAGE MEDIA OR MEMORY CARD (Fig. 1)
CONNECTING
The system is able to decode and playback all MP3 / WMA files which are stored in the memory media via the
USB connecting port or SD/MMC memory card.
1. Plug in the USB plug with the face up and make sure it pushes in fully or insert the memory card in the
direction of the arrow as shown on the label on the underside of the memory card slot cover. Insert
straight without bending.
2. Warning: connecting the USB upside down or backwards could damage the audio system or the storage
media (USB thumb drive / SD/MMC card). Check the direction is correct before connecting.
3. Press the FUNCTION button to select “USB” or “CARD” on display, then insert the memory device (USB
drive, SD or MMC card).
4. The system will start reading the storage media automatically after function selection, and the display will
show the total number of MP3/WMA files (e.g. 016).
5. Then the system will start audio playback from desired device (USB or SD/MMC) automatically.
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 PLAY / PAUSE BUTTON
-
Press the “PLAY/PAUSE”
button once to stop playing, press it again to continue.
 STOP BUTTON
-
Press the STOP
button to stop audio playback, the display will show the total number of MP3/WMA
files. Press “SKIP UP”
 SKIP UP
-
/ SKIP DOWN
BUTTON
button once to play the next file. Press and hold
button continuously to fast forward.
During MP3/WMA playback, press the “SKIP DOWN”
and hold the “SKIP DOWN”

button to select file forward or backward.
During MP3/WMA playback, press the “SKIP UP”
the “SKIP UP”
-
or “SKIP DOWN”
button once to play the previous file. Press
button continuously to speed up selecting previous files.
FOLDER SEARCHING
Press the ALBUM DOWN or ALBUM UP button to search folder backward or forward.

REPEAT FUNCTION
During audio playback, press the “MODE” (5) button once, a single track will be played repeatedly. Press
the MODE (5) button again, it will repeatedly play all tracks in the whole USB drive, SD or MMC card.
REMARKS:
-
If connecting the system to MP3 player via the USB socket, due to variances in MP3 encoding format,
some MP3 players may not be able to play via the USB socket. This is not a malfunction of the system.
-
USB and SD device producers come in different formats therefore, not all USB and SD devices from every
brand are supported.
-
SD card can be supported up to 8GB
TRACKS PROGRAMMING (Fig. 1)
Tracks in USB/SD can be programmed for MP3/WMA file and played in any order. Be sure the system is in stop
mode before programming:
1.
Set at “USB” or “CARD” function, then press the STOP button.
2.
Press the MODE (5) button, “MEM” will be flashing on LCD display. Display will also indicate program no.
and digits for track no. to be programmed.
3.
Select a desired track by pressing the “SKIP UP”
or “SKIP DOWN”
button. If folder selection is
required, press the ALBUM DOWN or ALBUM UP button to search the folders backward or forward.
4.
Press the MODE (5) button to confirm and store the track into memory.
5.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter additional tracks into the memory as required.
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When all the desired tracks have been programmed, press the “PLAY/PAUSE”
button to play the
tracks in specified order.
7.
Press the STOP
button to stop playing programmed tracks, press stop
button again to cancel
programming.
COPYING OF MP3/WMA FILE (Fig. 1)
The system allows you to copy a file from USB to SD, or SD to USB by single track, 1 folder or all tracks.
I) COPY 1 TRACK
1.
Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, set in the “USB” or “CARD” mode.
2.
Press “REC” button during the playback of the copying track, then “ONE” will flash on the display. Press
“REC” button again to confirm.
3.
The USB or SD icon will flash on the display. Copying is in progress now.
4.
After completing the copy, unit will stop playback automatically.
5.
Display will show “END” and back to USB or SD mode.
II) COPY 1 FOLDER
1. Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, set in “USB” or “CARD” mode.
2. Press the” ALBUM DOWN” or “ALBUM UP” button to search desired folder for copying.
3. Press “REC” button, then “ONE” will flash on the display. Press the SKIP UP
/ SKIP DOWN
button
to select “DIR” on the display. Press the REC button again to confirm.
4. USB or SD icon will flash on the display. Copying is in progress now.
5. When the USB or SD icon stops flashing, it means that the folder copying is completed.
III) COPY ALL TRACK
1. Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, set in the “USB” or “CARD” mode.
2. Press the “REC” button, then “ONE” will flash on the display. Press the SKIP UP
/ SKIP DOWN
button to select “ALL” on the display. Press the “REC” button again to confirm.
4. USB or SD icon will flash on the display. Copying is in progress now.
5. When the USB or SD icon stops flashing, it means that all track copying is completed.
Note:
If the REC button is pressed during playback in +USB or SD mode, the file will copy from USB to SD or SD to
USB.
FILE DELETE FROM USB / SD CARD (Fig 1)
The system is able to erase the file stored on the USB drive or SD card as follows:-
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I) DELETE 1 TRACK
1.
Press and hold the “DEL” button for 3-5 seconds during the playback of the desired track, then “ONE”
will be flashing on the display. Press the DEL button again to confirm.
2.
“DEL” will be shown on the display.
3.
“DEL” will disappear from the display, meaning the track is deleted.
II) DELETE 1 FOLDER
1.
Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, set in “USB” or “CARD” mode and set at stop mode after
unit reading.
2.
Press the “ALBUM DOWN” or “ALBUM UP” to search for the folder to be deleted.
3.
Press and hold the “DEL” button for 3-5 seconds, “DEL” will show on the display. Press the SKIP UP
SKIP DOWN
4.
/
button to select “DIR” on the display. Press the “DEL” button again to confirm.
“DEL” will be shown on the display. After “DEL” disappears it means the desired folder is deleted.
II) DELETE ALL TRACK
1.
Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, set in the “USB” or “CARD” mode and set at stop mode
after unit reading.
2.
Press and hold the “DEL” button for 3-5 seconds, then “ONE” will flash on the display. Press the skip up
/ skip down
button to select “ALL” on the display. Press the DEL button again to confirm.
3.
USB or SD icon will be flashing on the display. Deleting is now in progress.
4.
When the USB or SD icon stops flashing, it means that all track copying is completed.
NOTE: All the files on the USB storage media or SD card will be deleted completely after confirming via the
“DEL” button.
REMOVING OF USB / MEMORY CARD
To remove the USB / memory card, turn off the power or switch the function mode to either CD, AUX or Tuner
first. For USB port – un-plug it by pulling out the USB socket directly; for memory card, press the memory card
inward and then release, the card is partially ejected and you can manually remove it.
COMPACT DISC (CD) PLAYBACK & ENCODING (Fig. 1)
1.
Press the FUNCTION button to “CD” mode.
2.
Press the CD DOOR button, CD door will be opened, put the CD into the tray and press the CD DOOR
button again, CD door will be closed.
3.
The system will start reading the CD:
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 PLAY / PAUSE BUTTON
-
Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button once to stop playing, press it again to continue.
 STOP BUTTON
-
Press the STOP
the SKIP UP
 SKIP UP
-
or SKIP DOWN
/ SKIP DOWN
BUTTON
button once to play the next track. Press and hold the SKIP
button continuously to fast forward.
During CD playback, press the SKIP DOWN
the SKIP DOWN

button to select tracks.
During CD playback, press the SKIP UP
UP
-
button to stop audio playback, then display will show the total number of tracks. Press
button once to play the previous track. Press and hold
button continuously to speed up selecting previous tracks.
FOLDER SEARCHING
Press the ALBUM DOWN or ALBUM UP button to search folder backward or forward.

REPEAT FUNCTION
During audio playback, press the MODE (5) button once, single track will be played repeatedly. Press the
MODE (5) button again, it will repeatedly play all tracks on the whole CD.
TRACKS PROGRAMMING
Up to 99 MP3 tracks & 20 CD audio format tracks can be programmed and played in any order. Be sure the
system is in stop mode before programming:
1.
Press the FUNCTON button to “CD” in stop mode
2.
Press the MODE (5) button, “MEM” will be flashing on LCD display. Moreover, it will indicate program no.
and digits for track no. to be programmed.
3.
Select a desired track by pressing the SKIP UP
or SKIP DOWN
button. For MP3/WMA disc,
press the ALBUM DOWN or ALBUM UP button to search the folder backward or forward.
4.
Press the MODE (5) button to store the track into memory.
5.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter additional tracks into the memory if necessary.
6.
When all the desired tracks have been programmed, press the “PLAY/PAUSE”
button to play the
tracks in assigned order.
7.
Press the STOP
button to stop playing the programmed tracks, press the STOP
button again to
cancel programming.
COPYING OF CD
The system allows you to copy tracks from CD to USB or SD by track, folder or all files.
I) COPY 1 TRACK
1. Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, press the FUNCTION button to “CD” mode.
2. Press the REC button during the playback of the track to be copied from the CD, then “ONE” will flash on the
display. Press the REC button again to confirm.
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3. The USB or SD icon will flash on the display. Copying is now in progress.
4. After copying is completed, unit will stop playback automatically.
5. Display will show “END” and back to CD mode.
II) COPY 1 FOLDER (FOR MP3/WMA DISC ONLY)
1.
Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, set in CD and stop mode.
2.
Press the ALBUM DOWN or ALBUM UP to search folder for copying.
3.
Press the REC button, then “ONE” will be flashing on the display. Press the SKIP UP
/ skip down
button to select “DIR” on the display. Press the REC button again to confirm.
4.
USB or SD icon will flash on the display. Copying is now in progress.
5.
When the USB or SD icon stops flashing, it means that folder copying is completed.
III) COPY ALL TRACK
1.
Insert the USB storage media or SD/MMC card, press the FUNCTION button to “CD” mode.
2.
Press the REC button, then “ONE” will flash on the display. Press the SKIP UP
/ SKIP DOWN
button to select “ALL” on the display. Press the REC button again to confirm.
3.
USB or SD icon will flash on the display. Copying is now in progress.
4.
When the USB or SD icon stops flashing, it means that all track copying is completed.
SPLIT TRACK FUNCTION FOR USB/SD RECORDING FOR TURNTABLE/AUX IN (Fig. 1)
1)
MANUAL SPLIT OPERATION PROCEDURE:
During USB/SD recording, the USB/SD icon will flash on the display. To select a new track, press the MODE (5)
button on the unit or remote control, the display will show “TS”. The unit will stop recording momentarily and
resume again. A new file will have been created on the USB/SD device representing a new track.
2)
AUTO SPLIT OPERATION PROCEDURE:
Before USB/SD recording, press the FUNCTION button to select audio source, then press the MODE (5) button
on the unit or remote control. The display will show “T-ON” which means the auto split function has been
activated. Then start USB/SD recording, the unit can automatically detect the silent part between each track,
and create a new file to move on to start recording the next track.
To deactivate the function: Press the MODE (5) button on the unit or remote control before USB/SD recording.
The display will show “T-OF”, which means auto split has been deactivated.
Note for auto split:
Several seconds at the beginning of the next track may not be recorded, as the unit may take a few seconds to
create a new file on the USB/SD; it can also be the case that some music producers intentionally add silent
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sections within a track. As a result, this will very likely make the unit consider this silent part as the break
between tracks and create a new track on the recording.
During USB/SD recording from turntable, when the unit has detected any silent part, the turntable player will
stop momentarily. The turntable player will resume operation once the USB/SD device has begun creating a
new file to be recorded.
BLUETOOTH CONNECTION (Fig. 1)
1.
Press and hold the FUNCTION button till LCD shows “BT”, then the unit is ready for connection with your
Bluetooth device (such as mobile phone).
2.
Switch on the Bluetooth function of your Bluetooth device, and select “10496” Bluetooth equipment for
connection.
3.
After your Bluetooth device is connected to the unit via Bluetooth, start to playback your device.
EARPHONE JACK & LINE OUT SOCKET (Fig. 1)
-
This system can be connected to a headphone with a 3.5mm earphone jack.
-
This system can be connected with an external device (e.g. Amplifier and speaker) by line-out socket at rear
cabinet.
POWER SAVING FEATURE:
To save energy, if there is no audio signal from CD / Cassette / Turntable / AUX IN / USB / SD for a period of
over 10 minutes, the unit will automatically switch to Standby Mode.
REMOTE CONTROL:
BATTERY INSTALLATION
If there is a protection tab in the battery compartment, please remove it to put the battery in service.
TO CHANGE BATTERY:
1.
Open the battery cover.
2.
Insert a battery, 1 pc CR2025, make sure to match "+" and "-" of the battery to the marks inside the
battery compartment.
3.
Point the remote control at the remote sensor; operate in the range of 5 meters and 60° from the front of
the remote sensor. Make sure there is no obstruction between them.
4.
Replace only with the same or equivalent battery.
5.
If the remote control is not used for a long time, remove the batteries to prevent battery leakage.
6.
Do not drop the remote control. Keep in a dry environment.
7.
Please use a new battery to replace old one if the remote control does not work.
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BUTTONS DESCRIPTION:
STANDBY: Toggle between standby mode and operation
mode.
PRESET/ALBUM DN: Perform same function as “ALBUM
DOWN / PRESET DOWN” button on the unit.
PRESET/ALBUM UP: Perform same function as “ALBUM UP /
PRESET UP” button on the unit.
TIMER / SLEEP: Perform same function as “SLEEP / TIMER”
button on the unit.
MUTE: To mute audio playback.
OP/CL & SNOOZE: Open and close the CD door; snooze
function for alarm.
REC/DEL: Perform same function as “REC/DEL” button on
the unit.
FM ST.: Select between stereo and mono FM radio
FUNCT: Perform same function as “FUNCTION” button on
the unit.
MODE/CLOCK: Perform same function as “MODE/CLOCK”
button on the unit.
(PLAY/PAUSE): Perform same function as “
PLAY/PAUSE” button on the unit.
(STOP)/BAND: Perform same function as “
(STOP)/BAND” button on the unit.
(SKIP DOWN): Perform same function as “
(SKIP
DOWN)” button on the unit. Additionally it can be used for
radio frequency searching during tuner mode.
(SKIP UP): Perform same function as “
(SKIP UP)”
button on the unit. Additionally it can be used for radio
frequency searching during tuner mode.
VOLUME +/-: Control volume level.
WARNING!
•
KEEP THE APPLIANCE AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
•
BEFORE CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE, CHECK IF THE VOLTAGE INDICATED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE
APPLIANCE IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MAINS VOLTAGE IN YOUR HOME.
•
THIS APPLIANCE CAN BE USED BY CHILDREN AGED FROM 8 YEARS AND ABOVE AND PERSONS WITH
REDUCED PHYSICAL, SENSORY OR MENTAL CAPABILITIES OR LACK OF EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE
IF THEY HAVE BEEN GIVEN SUPERVISION OR INSTRUCTION CONCERNING USE OF THE APPLIANCE IN A
SAFE WAY AND UNDERSTAND THE HAZARDS INVOLVED. CHILDREN SHALL NOT PLAY WITH THE
APPLIANCE. CLEANING AND USER MAINTENANCE SHALL NOT BE MADE BY CHILDREN WITHOUT
SUPERVISION.
•
CHILDREN OF LESS THAN 3 YEARS SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY UNLESS CONTINUOUSLY SUPERVISED.
•
DO NOT PLACE THIS ITEM IMMEDIATELY BELOW A SOCKET-OUTLET.
•
KEEP ITEM AT LEAST 1M AWAY FROM COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL SUCH AS FURNITURE, CUSHIONS,
BEDDING, PAPER, CLOTHES, CURTAINS ETC.
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CARE AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

Do NOT use abrasive cleaners or sharp utensils to clean this appliance.

Wipe surfaces with a soft dry cloth.

Store the unit in a cool, dry place.
DISPOSAL
•
Dispose of all packaging, paper, cartons and plastic, plastic bags in
accordance with your local recycling regulations.
•
At the end of the product’s lifespan please dispose of it at an authorised
household WEEE waste recycling centre.
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