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Antenna system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FM reception
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Installation of accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Type A audio set
Type B audio set
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Type A audio set (if equipped)
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Radio operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compact disc player operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CD changer control (If optional in-dash CD
changer is connected) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Type B audio set (if equipped)
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Radio operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cassette player operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Built in CD changer operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Precautions to observe when handling
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Antenna system
Installation of accessories
Always consult your SUBARU dealer before installing a citizen band radio or other transmitting device
in your vehicle. Such devices may cause the electronic control system to malfunction if they are incorrectly installed or if they are not suited for the vehicle.
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Before listening to the radio, extend the antenna to
its full length for better reception and reproduction
quality.
J FM reception
Although FM is normally static free, reception can
be affected by the surrounding area, atmospheric
conditions, station strength and transmitter distance.
Buildings or other obstructions may cause momentary static, flutter or station interference. If reception
continues to be unsatisfactory, switch to a stronger
station.
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J Type B audio set
Audio set
Your SUBARU may be equipped with one of the following audio sets. See the pages indicated in this
section for operating details.
J Type A audio set
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D Radio operation: refer to page 5-14
D Cassette player operation: refer to page 5-19
D Built-in CD changer operation: refer to page 5-22
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D Radio operation: refer to page 5-4
D Compact disc player operation: refer to page 5-8
D CD changer control: refer to page 5-10
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Type A audio set (if equipped)
The radio will operate only when the ignition switch
is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
J Radio operation
(1) SCAN button
(2) Power switch, Volume control,
Bass/Middle/Treble control and
Fader/Balance control dial
(3) Tuning buttons
(4) FM/AM selection button
(5) Preset buttons
(6) Tone/Balance button
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B Power switch and volume/bass/treble/fader/
balance control (PWR/VOL)
The dial (2) is used for both power (ON/OFF) and
volume control. The radio is turned ON and OFF by
pushing the dial and the volume is controlled by
turning the dial.
n Tone and balance control
The “VOLUME” control knob normally function as
volume control. This knob become a control for
Treble, Bass, Fader or Balance when you select the
appropriate audio mode.
Choose desired volume level for each mode by turning the “VOLUME” control knob. The control function
returns to volume control mode after about 5
seconds.
To change control modes: Each brief press of the
“T/B” button changes control modes in the following
sequence starting from volume control mode. (When
the radio is first turned on, the control mode is in the
volume control.)
Balance
Treble
Bass
Volume
(BAL)
(TRE)
(BAS)
(VOL)
Fader
(FAD)
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Display
Control mode
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Turn counterclockwise
Turn clockwise
BAS
Bass control
For less bass
For more bass
TRE
Treble control
For less treble
For more treble
BAL
Balance control
To increase left speaker volume and decrease
right speaker volume
To increase right speaker volume and
decrease left speaker volume
FAD
Fader control
To increase rear speaker volume and decrease
front speaker volume
To increase front speaker volume and
decrease rear speaker volume
VOL
Volume control
For less volume
For more volume
B FM/AM selection button (FM/AM)
Push the “FM/AM” button (4) when the radio is off to
turn on the radio.
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Push the “FM/AM” button when the radio is on to
select FM1, FM2 or AM reception. Each time this
button is pressed, the band will change in the following order:
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FM1
FM2
AM
The display indicates which one is currently
selected.
B Stereo indicator
The stereo indicator “ST” will come on when an FM
stereo broadcast is received.
B Manual tuning (TUNE)
Push the tuning button (3) marked “∧” to increase
the tuning frequency and press the tuning button
marked “∨” to decrease it.
Each time the button is pressed, the frequency
changes 10 KHz in the AM waveband and 0.2 MHz
in the FM waveband.
Constant pressure on the button causes a continuous change in the frequency.
B Automatic tuning (SCAN)
Press the “SCAN” button (1) to change the radio to
the SCAN mode. In this mode, the radio scans
through the radio band until a station is found. The
radio will stop at the station for five seconds while
displaying the frequency, after which scanning will
continue until the entire band has been scanned
from the low end to the high end.
Press the “SCAN” button again to cancel the SCAN
mode and to stop on any displayed frequency.
When the “SCAN” button is pressed for automatic
tuning, stations are scanned in the direction of low
frequencies to high frequencies only.
Automatic tuning may not function properly if the station reception is weakened by distance from the station or proximity to tall buildings and hills.
B Selecting preset stations
Presetting a station with a preset button (5) allows
you to select that station in a single operation. Up to
six AM, FM1 and FM2 stations each may be preset.
B How to preset stations
1. Press the “FM/AM” selection button to select AM,
FM1 or FM2 reception.
2. Press the “SCAN” button (1) or tune the radio
manually until the desired station frequency is displayed.
3. Press one of the preset buttons (5) for at least 2
seconds to store the frequency. The frequency of
the station will flash once on the display at this time.
If the button is pressed for less than 2 seconds, the
preceding selection will remain in memory.
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NOTE
If the connection between the radio and battery
is broken for any reason such as vehicle maintenance or radio removal, all stations stored in the
preset buttons are cleared. If this occurs, it is
necessary to reset the preset buttons.
J Compact disc player operation
(7) Eject button
(8) Disc slot
(9) DISC button
(10) Repeat/Random button
(11) Track selection buttons
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B To play back a compact disc
B To select a song from its beginning
n When CD is not in the player
Hold a disc with a finger in the center hole while
gripping the edge of the disc, then insert it in to the
slot (with the label side up) and the player will automatically pull the disc into position.
A single CD (8 cm/3 inch CD) may also be used
without any adapter.
n Forward direction
Briefly press the “∧” button (11) to skip to the beginning of the next track. Each time the button is
pressed, the indicated track number will increase.
NOTE
D Make sure to always insert a disc with the label
side up. If a disc is inserted with the label side
down, it might be ejected or the player might
shut off.
D After the last song finishes, the player will
automatically return to track 1 (the first song on
the disc).
n When CD is in the player
Press the “DISC” button (9). The display will show
“CD” and the player will start playback.
NOTE
After the last song finishes, playback will automatically return to track 1 (the first song on the
disc).
n Backward direction
Briefly press the “∨” button (11) to skip to the beginning of the current track. Each time the button is
pressed, the indicated truck number will decrease.
B Fast forwarding and fast reverse
n Fast forwarding
Press the “∧” button (11) continuously for more than
1 second to fast forward the disc.
Release the button to stop fast forwarding.
n Fast reverse
Press the “∨” button (11) continuously for more than
1 second to fast reverse the disc.
Release the button to stop fast reverse.
B Repeat playback
Press the “RPT/RDM” button (10) and release it in
less than 2 seconds while a song is playing to play
the song repeatedly. The “RPT” indicator will come
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cel the repeat mode, press the button again. Then
the “RPT” indicator goes out, and normal playback
mode is restored.
B Random playback
Press the “RPT/RDM” button (10) and hold it in for
more than 2 seconds while a disc is being played
back to play all songs on the disc in a random order.
The “RDM” indicator will come on and all songs on
the disc will be played in a random order.
To cancel the random mode, press the button again.
Then the “RDM” indicator goes out, and normal
playback mode is restored.
B To eject a disc from the player
When a disc is being played back or when a disc is
in the player, press the eject button “ ” (7). The
disc will be ejected.
The disc may be removed even when the ignition
switch is in the “LOCK” position.
NOTE
Avoid driving the vehicle with a CD sticking out,
because vibration might make it fall out.
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J CD changer control (If optional indash CD changer is connected)
An optional CD changer can be connected to this
audio unit. See your SUBARU dealer for more
information.
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(12) Track selection buttons
(13) DISC button
(14) Repeat/Randam button
(15) Disc selection button
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B To start playback
When the “CD” button (13) is pressed, the CD
changer will start playback. The display shows the
current disc number, track number and the elapsed
time during playback.
NOTE
D If a disc is in the player, the “DISC” button is
used to change from CD player operation to
DISC changer operation. Each time the “DISC”
button is pressed, the operating mode will
change alternately.
D At the end of the disc, the player automatically
continues with the next disc.
D After playback on the last disc finishes, playback will automatically return to the first disc.
D If you have loaded fewer than 6 discs, any missing disc is automatically skipped.
B Selection of a desired disc
You can select a desired disc from among the discs
contained in the magazines only by pressing the
corresponding number one of the disc select buttons. If you are to listen to the 7th disc in the double
magazine (12 discs), for example, it is selected first
by selecting “M2” (“M2” means 2nd magazine) with
the “DISC” button and then pressing the “1” button
of the disc select buttons. All other discs in the mag5-12
azines can also be selected in a similar way.
NOTE
D No disc change takes place if the button corresponding to the magazine slot in which no disc
is loaded is pressed.
D If the direct disc button corresponding to the
disc now in playback is pressed again, the disc
will be replayed from its beginning.
B To select a song from its beginning
n Forward direction
Briefly press the “∧” button (12) to skip to the beginning of the next track. Each time the button is
pressed, the indicated track number will increase.
n Backward direction
Briefly press the “∨” button (12) to skip to the beginning of the current track. Each time the button is
pressed, the indicated track number will decrease.
B Fast forwarding and fast reverse
n Fast forwarding
Press the “∧” button (12) continuously for more than
1 second to fast forward the disc.
Release the button to stop fast forwarding.
If you continue fast forwarding to the end of the disc,
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the CD changer will automatically stop fast forwarding and start playback beginning with the first track
on the current disc.
To cancel the random mode, press the button again.
Then the “RDM” indicator goes out, and normal
playback mode is restored.
n Fast reverse
Press the “∨” button (12) continuously for more than
1 second to fast reverse the disc.
Release the button to stop fast reverse.
If you continue fast reverse to the beginning of the
disc, the CD changer will automatically stop fast
reverse and start playback beginning with the first
track on the current disc.
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B Repeat playback
Use this to play a certain track repeatedly. During
playback, press the “RPT/RDM” button (14) and release it in less than 2 seconds. The “RPT” indicator
will come on and the song will be played continuously. To cancel the repeat mode, press the button
again. Then the “RPT” indicator goes out, and normal playback mode is restored.
B Random playback
Use this to play the tracks on the disc in random order. During playback, press the “RPT/RDM” button
(14) and hold it in for more than 2 seconds. The
“RDM” indicator will come on and all songs on the
disc will be played in a random order.
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Type B audio set (if equipped)
The radio will operate only when the ignition switch
is in the “ACC” or “ON” position.
J Radio operation
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
FM button
AM button
SCAN button
Tuning knob
Preset buttons
Fader/Balance selection button
Power switch, Volume control,
Bass/Treble control and
Fader/Balance control dial
(8) Bass/Treble selection button
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B Power switch and volume/bass/treble/fader/
balance control (PWR/VOL)
The dial (7) is used for both power (ON/OFF) and
volume control. The radio is turned ON and OFF by
pushing the dial and the volume is controlled by
turning the dial.
Display
This dial is used for bass/treble controls when the
“BAS/TRE” button (8) is in the depressed position. It
is also used for fader/balance controls when the
“BAL/FAD” button (6) is in the depressed position.
Control mode
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HB5036BA
Turn counterclockwise
Turn clockwise
BAS
Bass control
For less bass
For more bass
TRE
Treble control
For less treble
For more treble
BAL
Balance control
To increase left speaker volume and
decrease right speaker volume
To increase right speaker volume and
decrease left speaker volume
FAd
Fader control
To increase rear speaker volume and
decrease front speaker volume
To increase front speaker volume and
decrease rear speaker volume
VOL
Volume control
For less volume
For more volume
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n Tone control
The volume control dial (7) normally function as volume control. The dial become a control for Bass or
Treble when you select the appropriate tone control
mode.
Choose desired level for each mode by turning the
volume control dial. The control function returns to
volume control mode after about 5 seconds.
To change control modes: Each brief press of the
“BAS/TRE” button (8) changes control modes in the
following sequence starting from bass control mode.
(When the radio is first turned on, the control mode
is in the volume control.)
Bass
(BAS)
Treble
(TRE)
Volume
(VOL)
n Fader and balance control
The volume control dial (7) normally function as volume control. The dial become the controls for Fader
or Balance when you select the appropriate fader
and balance control mode.
Choose desired setting for each mode by turning
the volume control dial. The control function returns
to volume control mode after about 5 seconds.
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To change control modes: Each brief press of the
“FAD/BAL” button (6) changes control modes in the
following sequence starting from fader control
mode. (When the radio is turned on, the control
mode is in the volume control.)
Balance
(BAL)
Fader
(FAd)
Volume
(VOL)
n Display illumination dimness cancellation
The brightness of the radio display dims when the
light switch is in the “p” or “w” positions. If this
makes the display difficult to read, press the volume
dial for more than two seconds to return the display
to original brightness.
B FM/AM selection button
Push the “FM” (1) or “AM” (2) button when the radio
is off to turn on the radio.
Push the “FM” or “AM” button when the radio is on
to select FM1, FM2 or AM reception.
B Stereo indicator
The stereo indicator “ST” will come on when an FM
stereo broadcast is received.
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B Manual tuning (TUNE)
n Seek tuning
Turn the tuning knob (4) and hold it for more than a
half second. Seek tuning will operate and stop automatically on the next station.
Continue this operation until you find the desired
station.
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Tuning to a higher frequency
Tuning to a lower frequency
Seeking the next higher station
Seeking the next lower station
n Manual tuning
Turn the tuning knob (4) clockwise and release it immediately to increase the tuning frequency and turn
the tuning knob counterclockwise and release it immediately to decrease the tuning frequency.
Each time the knob is turned, the frequency
changes 10 kHz in the AM waveband and 0.2 MHz
in the FM waveband.
B Automatic tuning (SCAN)
Press the “SCAN” button (3) to change the radio to
the SCAN mode. In this mode, the radio scans
through the radio band until a station is found. The
radio will stop at the station for five seconds while
displaying the frequency, after which scanning will
continue until the entire band has been scanned
from the low end to the high end.
Press the “SCAN” button again to cancel the SCAN
mode and to stop on any displayed frequency.
When the “SCAN” button is pressed for automatic
tuning, stations are scanned in the direction of low
frequencies to high frequencies only.
Automatic tuning may not function properly if the station reception is weakened by distance from the station or proximity to tall buildings and hills.
B Selecting preset stations
Presetting a station with a preset button (5) allows
you to select that station in a single operation. Up to
six AM, FM1 and FM2 stations each may be preset.
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B How to preset stations
1. Press the “FM/AM” selection button to select AM,
FM1 or FM2 reception.
2. Press the “SCAN” button (3) or tune the radio
manually until the desired station frequency is displayed.
3. Press one of the preset buttons (5) for at least
1.5 seconds to store the frequency. The frequency
of the station will flash once on the display at this
time. If the button is pressed for less than 1.5 seconds, the preceding selection will remain in
memory.
NOTE
If the connection between the radio and battery
is broken for any reason such as vehicle maintenance or radio removal, all stations stored in the
preset buttons are cleared. If this occurs, it is
necessary to reset the preset buttons.
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J Cassette player operation
(9) Cassette slot
(10) Eject button
(11) Repeat button
(12) TAPE (cassette player
selection) button
(13) TPS button
(14) Dolby B NR button
(15) Fast forward button
(16) Program switching button
(17) Rewind button
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NOTE
D Only use good quality cassettes (cassettes
longer than C-90 are not recommended).
D Put cassettes back in their boxes immediately
after use to protect them from dust and dirt and
to prevent the tape from unwinding.
D Never expose cassettes to heat, direct sunlight
or moisture.
D Clean the tape head (once or twice a month)
using a wet-type cleaning cassette.
B To play back a cassette tape
n When cassette tape is not in the player
When a cassette is partially inserted, it is automatically drawn in and starts tape playback.
n When cassette tape is in the player
When the “TAPE” button (12) is pressed, the display
will show “PLAY” and the player will start playback.
B Tape travel indicators
These indicate the direction the cassette tape is
moving.
" : indicates that the top side of the cassette is being played back.
A : indicates that the bottom side of the cassette is
being played back.
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B Program switching button (PROG)
When the program switching button “PROG” (16) is
pressed during playback, the tape travel indicators
will switch and the player will begin playing back the
opposite side of the tape. The same mechanism is
automatically activated when the end of the tape is
reached. This allows the opposite side of the tape to
play, providing continuous playback.
B Fast-forward button (FF)
To fast-forward the tape, press the “FF” button (15).
The display will show “FF”. To stop fast-forwarding,
press the “FF” or “TAPE” (12) button.
B Rewind button (REW)
To rewind the tape, press the “REW” button (17).
The display will indicate “REW”. To stop rewinding,
press the “REW” or “TAPE” (12) button.
B Eject button ( )
When “ ” button (10) is pressed, play back stops
and the cassette tape is ejected.
The ejection function also operates when the ignition
switch is in the “LOCK” position. Always make certain that you remove the cassette tape.
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B Tape program sensor button (TPS)
n Blank skip
When the “TPS” button (13) is pressed, the “TPS” indicator will come on and the player will automatically
skip any blank portion of 15 second or more and
play the next program, even if it is on the other side.
To cancel blank skip mode, press the “TPS” button
again.
n Blank search
Press “TPS” button (13) during playback to return to
the beginning of the current selection or to skip to
the beginning of the next selection. To use this function, press the “TPS” button to turn on the “TPS” indicator. If the fast-forward button “FF” (15) is then
pressed, the player advances the tape to the beginning of the next selection and starts playing it. If the
rewind button “REW” (17) is pressed instead, the
player rewinds the tape to the beginning of the current selection and starts replaying it. The “TPS”
function may not operate properly under the following conditions:
D When the recording level is low.
D When there are long pauses in the middle of a
selection.
D When the tape contains verbal material such as
conversations.
D When the blanks between selections are shorter
than five seconds.
D When there are no blanks between selections (live
concerts, etc.).
B Repeat button (RPT)
Push the “RPT” button (11) to repeat the piece of
music being listened to. To use this function, push
the “RPT” button while the piece you want to hear
again is being played. “RPT” will be indicated on the
display. When the selection ends, the cassette player automatically rewinds to the beginning of the
piece and the selection begins again. To cancel the
repeat function, push the “RPT” button again. Until
the repeat function is cancelled, the same piece of
music will be repeated indefinitely. The “RPT” function may not operate properly under the following
conditions:
D When the recording level is low.
D When there are long pauses in the middle of a
selection.
D When the tape contains verbal material such as
conversations.
D When the blanks between selections are shorter
than five seconds.
D When there are no blanks between selections (live
concerts, etc).
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B Dolby B NR button (
)
Press “
” button (14) when playing tapes re” incorded using the Dolby NR system*. The “
dicator will light up and high-frequency noise on the
tape will be reduced for clearer sound reproduction.
* Noise reduction system manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “Dolby” and the
double-D Symbol are trade marks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
n Auto metal sensor
The cassette player automatically adjusts for metal
or CrO2 tape.
J Built in CD changer operation
(18) LOAD button
(19) SCAN button
(20) Disc slot
(21) CD button
(22) Eject button
(23) Random button
(24) Fast forward/Fast reverse and
track UP/DOWN knob
(25) Repeat button
(26) Disc select button
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NOTE
Make sure to always insert a disc with the label
side up. If a disc is inserted with the label side
down, it might be ejected or the player might
shut off.
B How to insert a CD(s)
n Inserting a CD
1. Press “LOAD” button (18). If the magazine in the
player has an idle position where you can insert a
disc, the “DISC” indicator associated with the idle
position will blink.
If no indicator blinks, it means that there is no idle
position in the magazine.
2. As soon as the “DISC” indicator begins to blink,
the “IN” will appear on display for a period of 15 seconds. Insert a disc during the period. The disc will
be then automatically drawn in, and the player will
begin to play back the first number of the disc.
D To insert more discs in succession, repeat Steps 1
and 2. The magazine will be loaded with discs in the
ascending order of position number.
If you do not insert any disc in 15 seconds after you
have pressed the “LOAD” button, the player will begin to play back the first number of the last disc you
have inserted.
D The disc indicator steadily lights up if a disc is already inserted in the corresponding position of the
magazine.
D While the player is in the loading mode, if you
press any of the other mode buttons “FM” (2), “AM”
(1) and “TAPE” (12), the player will enter the standby mode. Press the “CD” button (21) to start playback.
n Inserting a disc in a desired position
1. Press the “LOAD” button. If the magazine in the
player has an idle position where you can insert a
disc, the “DISC” indicator associated with the idle
position will blink.
The positions in the magazine the indicator of which
steadily lights up are already loaded with discs.
2. Press the “DISC SELECT” button (26) at the position where you want to insert a disc. The associated
“DISC” indicator will blink, and the “IN” will be displayed.
3. If you insert a disc during the 15-second period
while the “IN” is on display, the disc will be automatically drawn in, and the player will start playback of
the disc, beginning with the first number.
D To insert more discs in succession, repeat Steps 1
and 2.
D While the player is in the loading mode, if you
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press any of the other mode buttons “FM” (2), “AM”
(1) and “TAPE” (12), the player will enter standby
mode. Press the “CD” button to start playback.
n Loading all the magazine (Full disc loading
mode)
1. If you continue to press the “LOAD” button for
more than 1.5 seconds, the player will produce
beep sound and will enter the full disc loading
mode.
2. A “DISC” indicator will blink, and the “IN” will be
on display for a period of 15 seconds. If a disc is
successfully loaded during this period, the “DISC”
indicator will stop blinking and will steadily light.
3. When the loading of a disc is complete, the next
“DISC” indicator will blink. Then repeat Step 2.
4. When the magazine is filled with discs by repeating Steps 2 and 3, the player will start playback of
the discs, beginning with the one inserted first.
If you fail to insert any disc during each 15-second
interval, the full disc loading mode will be canceled,
and the player will start playback of the disc inserted first.
B How to play back a CD or make a pause
n When there is no CD inserted:
Insert a CD by referring to “How to Insert a CD(s)”.
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When a CD is loaded, the player will start playback
of the CD, beginning with the first number.
n When there are CDs loaded:
Press a desired one of the “DISC SELECT” buttons
(26) the “DISC” indicator of which steadily lights up.
The player will then start playback of the selected
CD, beginning with the first number.
B Selecting a desired track (TRACK)
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n Skipping forward
Turn the “TRACK” knob (24) clockwise and release it
immediately to skip to the beginning of the next
track. Each time the knob is turned and released,
the indicated track number will increase.
n Skipping backward
Turn the “TRACK” knob (24) counterclockwise and
release it immediately to skip to the beginning of the
current track. If you continue to turn and release the
knob, the indicated truck number will decrease.
n Fast forwarding
Turn the “TRACK” knob (24) clockwise and hold it
continuously for more than 2 seconds to fast forward
the disc.
Release the knob to stop fast forwarding.
n Fast reversing
Turn the “TRACK” knob (24) counterclockwise and
hold it continuously for more than 2 seconds to fast
reverse the disc.
Release the knob to stop fast reverse.
B Repeat playback
Press the “RPT” button (25) while a song is playing
to play the song repeatedly. The “RPT” indicator will
come on and the song will be played continuously.
To cancel the repeat mode, press the button again.
Then the “RPT” indicator goes out, and normal playback mode is restored.
B Random playback
Press the “RDM” button (23) while a disc is being
played back to play all songs on the disc in a random order. The “RDM” indicator will come on and all
songs on the disc will be played in a random order.
To cancel the random mode, press the button again.
Then the “RDM” indicator goes out, and normal
playback mode is restored.
B Scan
When the “SCAN” button (19) is pressed while the
disc is being played back, you can hear the first 10
seconds of each track to search for the desired program. To continue listening to the program, press
the “SCAN” button again. After all tracks on the disc
have been scanned, normal playback mode is restored.
B How to unload CDs from the player
n Ejecting a CD from the player
Of the discs loaded, you can select and remove
only one disc.
1. Press the “DISC SELECT” button (26) of the disc
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whose “DISC” indicator is ON.
2. Press the “EJECT” button (22). Then the “DISC”
indicator associated with the disc you have selected
will blink, and the disc will be ejected.
To remove more discs in succession, repeat Steps 1
and 2.
n Ejecting all discs from the player (All disc
ejection mode)
1. If you continue to press the “EJECT” button (22),
the player will produce beep sound and will enter
the all disc ejection mode.
2. Remove the disc that has been ejected. The other discs loaded will then be ejected one after another. If you do not remove the disc that has been
ejected, the “All disc ejection mode” will be canceled.
NOTE
Avoid driving the vehicle with a CD sticking out,
because vibration might make it fall out.
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Precautions to observe when handling a compact disc (CD)
D To remove a disc from the case, press the center
of the case and hold both edges of the disc. If the
disc surface is touched directly, contamination
could cause poor tone quality. Do not touch the disc
surface.
D Use a clean disc whenever possible. If there are
deposits, wipe the disc surface from the center outward with a dry, soft cloth. Be sure not to use a hard
cloth, thinner, benzene, alcohol, etc.
D Never use a badly damaged, deformed or
cracked disc. Malfunctions or problems might result.
D A disc is vulnerable to heat. Never keep it either in
places exposed to direct sunlight, near heaters or in
vehicles parked in the sun or hot days.
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