Clarion Co., Ltd.
2003/11(A•C)
All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2003: Clarion Co., Ltd.
Printed in Singapore / Imprimé en Singapore / Inpreso en Singapore /
/
PE-2652B
PE-2653K
288F0960
Thank you for purchasing the Clarion Product.
∗ Please read this owner’s manual in its entirety before operating this equipment.
∗ After reading this manual, be sure to keep it in a handy place (e.g., glove compartment).
∗ Check the contents of the enclosed warranty card (ADB340MP only) and keep it carefully with this
manual.
Contents
1. FEATURES ..................................................................................................................................... 2
2. PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................................................................. 3
Flip Down Panel .............................................................................................................................. 3
3” (8 cm) Compact Discs ................................................................................................................ 3
Handling Compact Discs ................................................................................................................. 4
Handling Cassette Tapes ................................................................................................................ 4
3. CONTROLS .................................................................................................................................... 5
4. NOMENCLATURE .......................................................................................................................... 6
Names of the Buttons and their Functions ..................................................................................... 6
Display Items ................................................................................................................................... 7
LCD Screen ..................................................................................................................................... 7
5. OPERATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 8
Basic Operations ............................................................................................................................. 8
Radio Operations .......................................................................................................................... 10
CD/MP3 Operations ...................................................................................................................... 12
Tape Operations ............................................................................................................................ 15
Operations Common to Each Mode ............................................................................................. 16
6. IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY ............................................................................................................ 19
7. ERROR DISPLAYS ....................................................................................................................... 20
8. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................ 20
1. FEATURES
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8-Times Oversampling Digital Filter and Dual 1-Bit D/A Converters
Zero-Bit DetectorTM Mute Circuit
Full Logec Tape Transport with True Function / Auto Reverse with Dual Azimuth Adjust
®
FM Reception System
Capability to Read CD TEXT Data
4 Pre-Programmed Graphic Equalizer Memories
2-Channel RCA Line Level Output
ADZ625
ADB340/341_001_002
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5. OPERATIONS
Handling Compact Discs
2. PRECAUTIONS
Use only compact discs bearing the
Basic Operations
Note: Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of
chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
CAUTION
Be sure to lower the volume before switching off the unit power or the ignition key. The
unit remembers its last volume setting. If you
switch the power off with the volume up, when
you switch the power back on, the sudden
loud volume may hurt your hearing and damage the unit.
The clock is displayed when the ignition key
is turned to the ACC (accessory) or IGN (ignition-on) position even when the unit power
is off. In some cars, the clock may momentarily disappear when the ignition key is
turned to the START position. The clock will
reappear after the engine has started and the
ignition key is released to the IGN (ignitionon) position.
Turning on/off the power
Notes:
• Be careful about using this unit for a long time without running the engine. If you drain the car’s battery too far, you may not be able to start the engine and this can reduce the service life of the
battery.
1. Press the [FNC] button.
2. The illumination and display on the unit light
up. The unit automatically remembers its last
operation mode and will automatically switch
to display that mode.
3. Press and hold the [FNC] button for 1 second
or longer to turn off the power for the unit.
Selecting a mode
1. Press the [FNC] button to change the mode
of operation.
2. Each time you press the [FNC] button, the
mode of operation changes in the following
order:
Radio mode ➜ CD mode ➜ Tape mode ➜
AUX mode ➜ Radio mode...
Turning the volume down quickly.
Press the [MUTE] button.
Each time the button is pressed the Mute turns
ON or OFF.
When it’s ON, the “MUTE” indicator blinks.
Switching the display
Press the [DISP] button to select the desired display.
Each time you press the [DISP] button, the display switches in the following order:
● In Tuner source
Frequency ➜ Clock ➜ Frequency...
● In CD source
Clock ➜ Track Number & Track Time ➜ Clock...
● In Tape source
Playback direction & Current status ➜ Current
status ➜ Clock ➜ Playback direction & Current
status...
∗ Once selected, the preferred display becomes
the display default. When a function adjustment
such as volume is made, the screen will momentarily switch to that function’s display, then
revert back to the preferred display several
seconds after the adjustment.
∗ When you have entered a title in a CD, it appears in the main display. If you have not entered a title, “NO-TITL” appears in the title display instead. For information on how to enter a
title, refer to the subsection “Entering titles”in
the “Operations Common to Each Mode”.
2. Driving on extremely bumpy roads which
cause severe vibration may cause the sound
to skip.
3. This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even
in the event that trouble arises, never open
the case, disassemble the unit, or lubricate
the rotating parts.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Flip Down Panel
CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS, OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN, MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE
ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONEEXCEPT
PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER
FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER’S
AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
When opening and closing the FLIP DOWN
PANEL, be careful not to catch your fingers.
They could be injured.
1. Always use this unit with the FLIP DOWN
PANEL closed.
2. Do not force operations or use this device
abnormally when opening or closing the FLIP
DOWN PANEL.
3. Do not use the FLIP DOWN PANEL as a tray
to place objects on when it is open.
4. When closing the FLIP DOWN PANEL, do not
press the [OPEN] button.
5. Strong impacts to the operating or display
section can cause damage or deformation.
6. If the FLIP DOWN PANEL does not open fully,
gently open it with your hand.
3” (8 cm) Compact Discs
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS
PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY AND
WILL VIOLATE FCC APPROVAL.
∗ The volume level is from 0 (minimum) to 35 (maximum).
3” (8 cm) disc can’t be played. Using an
adapter and inserting them into this unit can
cause damage, please do not insert by any
means.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED
OPERATION.
THIS PRODUCTION COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES 21 CFR
SUBCHAPTER J APPLICABLE AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
CLARION CO., LTD.
50 KAMITODA, TODA-SHI, SAITAMA-KEN, JAPAN
SERIAL No.
Do not play heart-shaped, octagonal, or other specially shaped compact discs.
Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may not be usable.
Handling
• Compared to ordinary music CDs, CD-R and CDRW discs are both easily affected by high temperature and humidity and some of CD-R and
CD-RW discs may not be played. Therefore, do
not leave them for a long time in the car.
• New discs may have some roughness around
the edges. If such discs
are used, the player may Ball-point pen
not work or the sound may Roughness
skip. Use a ball-point pen
or the like to remove any
roughness from the edge
of the disc.
• Never stick labels on the surface of the compact
disc or mark the surface with a pencil or pen.
• Never play a compact disc with any cellophane
tape or other glue on it or with peeling off marks.
If you try to play such a compact disc, you may
not be able to get it back out of the CD player or
it may damage the CD player.
• Do not use compact discs that have large
scratches, are misshapen, cracked, etc. Use of
such discs may cause misoperation or damage.
• To remove a compact disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case and lift the
disc out, holding it carefully by the edges.
• Do not use commercially available CD protection sheets or discs equipped with stabilizers, etc.
These may damage the disc or cause breakdown
of the internal mechanism.
Storage
• Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight
or any heat source.
• Do not expose compact discs to excess humidity or dust.
• Do not expose compact discs to direct heat
from heaters.
Cleaning
• To remove fingermarks and dust, use a soft
cloth and wipe in a straight line from the center
of the compact disc to the circumference.
• Do not use any solvents, such as commercially
available cleaners, anti-static spray or thinner
to clean compact discs.
• After using special compact disc cleaner, let
the compact disc dry off well before playing it.
Handling Cassette Tapes
Using any of the following types of cassette tapes
can cause malfunctions.
• Cassette tapes with low recording levels
• Cassette tapes in which the unrecorded section between songs is shorter than 4 seconds
• Cassette tapes with noise or the like recorded
between songs
• Cassette tapes on which there are long unrecorded sections in the middle of a song
• Slack in the tape can cause malfunctions. In
particular for prerecorded
cassette tapes and 90minute tapes, take up any
slack in the tape before
inserting it into the cassette player.
• Avoid using cassettes of 120 minutes or longer.
(Such cassettes have extremely thin tape, so
the tape can become stretched or cut.)
• Periodically play a cleaning cassette in the
player to clean the head.
• Keep magnets, screwdrivers, and other iron
and steel and magnetic items away from both
cassette tapes and the tape head in the player.
• Do not oil the cassette mechanism.
• Do not use any cassette tapes with peeling labels or deformed cases. Such cassette tapes
can cause breakdowns.
• When not using the player, always take the cassette out of the mechanism. Exposing a cassette to direct sunlight, extreme temperatures,
or high humidity can damage the cassette.
Be sure to unfold and read the next page.
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Cerciórese de desplegar y de leer la página siguiente.
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MADE IN INDONESIA
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ADB340MP/ADB341MP
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MANUFACTURED:
PE-2652B
ADB340MP/ADB341MP
or
Handling precautions
CAUTION
INFORMATION FOR USERS:
12V – GROUND
AM 530-1710kHz/FM 87.9- 107.9MHz
Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to increase the volume, or turning the [VOLUME]
knob counterclockwise to decrease the volume.
ADB340/341_003-008.Eng
This unit uses a flip-down structure that makes
possible large-size display.
MODEL
Adjusting the volume
8
Mute
1. When the inside of the car is very cold and
the player is used soon after switching on the
heater, moisture may form on the disc or the
optical parts of the player and proper playback may not be possible. If moisture forms
on the disc, wipe it off with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on the optical parts of the player,do
not use the player for about one hour. The
condensation will disappear naturally allowing normal operation.
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3. CONTROLS/LES COMMANDES/CONTROLES/
4. NOMENCLATURE
Note:
• Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
Names of the Buttons and their Functions
Source unit / Appareil pilote / Unidad fuente /
[RPT]
[TITLE]
[RDM]
[CD EJECT]
[CD SLOT]
[OPEN]
[OPEN]
[ISR] button
• Press to open the Flip down panel.
• Recalls ISR radio station in memory.
Press and hold for 1 seconds or longer: Stores
current station into ISR memory (radio mode
only).
[RPT] button
[SCN]
[FNC]
[BND]
[EQ]
[SPE/ANA]
[PRESET]
[VOLUME]
[A-M]
[MEMO]
• Plays repeatedly while in the CD/MP3 mode.
• In the tape mode, enables repeat play.
• When held depressed for one second or more,
enables blank-skip mode.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to perform folder repeat play while in the MP3 mode,
or BLS while in the tape mode.
[ISR]
[DISP]
[
[MUTE]
[
], [
]
]
[TAPE SLOT]
• Selects a station while in the radio mode or selects a track when listening to a CD. These buttons are used to make various settings.
• Performs random play while in the CD/MP3
mode.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to perform folder ramdom play while in the MP3
mode.
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Spectrum analyger display
: MP3 indication
: BLS (Blank skip) indication
: Manual indication
: Stereo indication
: Folder scan / Folder repeat /
Folder random indication
: Scan indication
: Repeat indication
: Random indication
• Switches the display indication (Main display,
sub display, clock display).
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to switch
the CD title.
: Mute indication
: MAGNA BASS EXTEND indication
Operation status indication
• The frequency, Title, play time, CT(clock),
etc. are displayed.
[MEMO] button
• Press to select EQ menu.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to set
EQ effects to ON/OFF.
[SPE/ANA] button
[BND] button
• Press to change the spectrum analyzer display.
• Switches the band, or seek tuning or manual
tuning while in the radio mode.
• Plays a first track while in the CD/MP3 mode.
• In tape mode, changes the side played (direction of tape travel).
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Display Items
[DISP] button
• Stores a station into memory or recall it directly
while in the radio mode.
• In EQ mode, use to select menu.
• In adjust modes, use to select items for adjustment.
• Selects a Folder while in the MP3 playback.
• Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer
to turn on or off the MAGNA BASS EXTEND.
• Use the button to switch to the audio mode
(bass/mid/treble, balance/fader adjustment)
• Ejecting a tape.
• Turns mute on and off.
[PRESET] knob
[A-M] button
[TAPE EJECT] button
[MUTE] button
• Ejecting a CD.
• Press and hold the button for more than 10 seconds to reset this unit.
• Adjust the volume by turning the knob clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Use the knob to perform various settings.
• Cassette tape insertion slot.
] buttons
• Use to change and store items in preset
memory.
[VOLUME] knob
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[CD EJECT] button
[EQ] button
[TAPE EJECT]
• Plays or pauses a CD/TAPE while in the CD/
MP3 or TAPE mode.
• After selecting various setting options, press
this button to confirm the settings.
[
[RDM] button
With the FLIP DOWN PANEL opened / Avec la CONSOLE RABATTABLE ouverte /
Con el PAÍNEL ABATÍBLE abierto. /
] button
• CD insertion slot.
• Use the button to input a title in the CD/MP3
mode.
• Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer
to enter the adjust mode.
[TAPE SLOT]
• Performs preset scan while in the radio mode.
When the button is pressed and held, auto store
is performed.
• Performs scan play for 10 seconds for each track
while in the CD/MP3 and tape mode.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to perform folder scan play while in the MP3 mode.
: EQ indication
[
[CD SLOT]
[TITLE] button
[SCN] button
Preset channel indication (1 to 6)
Function mode indication
• The names of modes being selected,
etc. are displayed.
LCD Screen
In extreme cold, the screen movement may slow down and the screen may darken, but this is normal.
The screen will recover when it returns to normal temperature.
[FNC] button
• Press the button to turn on the power.
Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer
to turn off the power.
• Switches the operation mode among the radio
mode, etc.
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3. CONTROLS/LES COMMANDES/CONTROLES/
4. NOMENCLATURE
Note:
• Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
Names of the Buttons and their Functions
Source unit / Appareil pilote / Unidad fuente /
[RPT]
[TITLE]
[RDM]
[CD EJECT]
[CD SLOT]
[OPEN]
[OPEN]
[ISR] button
• Press to open the Flip down panel.
• Recalls ISR radio station in memory.
Press and hold for 1 seconds or longer: Stores
current station into ISR memory (radio mode
only).
[RPT] button
[SCN]
[FNC]
[BND]
[EQ]
[SPE/ANA]
[PRESET]
[VOLUME]
[A-M]
[MEMO]
• Plays repeatedly while in the CD/MP3 mode.
• In the tape mode, enables repeat play.
• When held depressed for one second or more,
enables blank-skip mode.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to perform folder repeat play while in the MP3 mode,
or BLS while in the tape mode.
[ISR]
[DISP]
[
[MUTE]
[
], [
]
]
[TAPE SLOT]
• Selects a station while in the radio mode or selects a track when listening to a CD. These buttons are used to make various settings.
• Performs random play while in the CD/MP3
mode.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to perform folder ramdom play while in the MP3
mode.
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Page 4
Spectrum analyger display
: MP3 indication
: BLS (Blank skip) indication
: Manual indication
: Stereo indication
: Folder scan / Folder repeat /
Folder random indication
: Scan indication
: Repeat indication
: Random indication
• Switches the display indication (Main display,
sub display, clock display).
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to switch
the CD title.
: Mute indication
: MAGNA BASS EXTEND indication
Operation status indication
• The frequency, Title, play time, CT(clock),
etc. are displayed.
[MEMO] button
• Press to select EQ menu.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to set
EQ effects to ON/OFF.
[SPE/ANA] button
[BND] button
• Press to change the spectrum analyzer display.
• Switches the band, or seek tuning or manual
tuning while in the radio mode.
• Plays a first track while in the CD/MP3 mode.
• In tape mode, changes the side played (direction of tape travel).
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Display Items
[DISP] button
• Stores a station into memory or recall it directly
while in the radio mode.
• In EQ mode, use to select menu.
• In adjust modes, use to select items for adjustment.
• Selects a Folder while in the MP3 playback.
• Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer
to turn on or off the MAGNA BASS EXTEND.
• Use the button to switch to the audio mode
(bass/mid/treble, balance/fader adjustment)
• Ejecting a tape.
• Turns mute on and off.
[PRESET] knob
[A-M] button
[TAPE EJECT] button
[MUTE] button
• Ejecting a CD.
• Press and hold the button for more than 10 seconds to reset this unit.
• Adjust the volume by turning the knob clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Use the knob to perform various settings.
• Cassette tape insertion slot.
] buttons
• Use to change and store items in preset
memory.
[VOLUME] knob
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], [
[CD EJECT] button
[EQ] button
[TAPE EJECT]
• Plays or pauses a CD/TAPE while in the CD/
MP3 or TAPE mode.
• After selecting various setting options, press
this button to confirm the settings.
[
[RDM] button
With the FLIP DOWN PANEL opened / Avec la CONSOLE RABATTABLE ouverte /
Con el PAÍNEL ABATÍBLE abierto. /
] button
• CD insertion slot.
• Use the button to input a title in the CD/MP3
mode.
• Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer
to enter the adjust mode.
[TAPE SLOT]
• Performs preset scan while in the radio mode.
When the button is pressed and held, auto store
is performed.
• Performs scan play for 10 seconds for each track
while in the CD/MP3 and tape mode.
• Press and hold for 1 second or longer to perform folder scan play while in the MP3 mode.
: EQ indication
[
[CD SLOT]
[TITLE] button
[SCN] button
Preset channel indication (1 to 6)
Function mode indication
• The names of modes being selected,
etc. are displayed.
LCD Screen
In extreme cold, the screen movement may slow down and the screen may darken, but this is normal.
The screen will recover when it returns to normal temperature.
[FNC] button
• Press the button to turn on the power.
Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer
to turn off the power.
• Switches the operation mode among the radio
mode, etc.
ADB340MP/ADB341MP
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5. OPERATIONS
Handling Compact Discs
2. PRECAUTIONS
Use only compact discs bearing the
Basic Operations
Note: Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of
chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
CAUTION
Be sure to lower the volume before switching off the unit power or the ignition key. The
unit remembers its last volume setting. If you
switch the power off with the volume up, when
you switch the power back on, the sudden
loud volume may hurt your hearing and damage the unit.
The clock is displayed when the ignition key
is turned to the ACC (accessory) or IGN (ignition-on) position even when the unit power
is off. In some cars, the clock may momentarily disappear when the ignition key is
turned to the START position. The clock will
reappear after the engine has started and the
ignition key is released to the IGN (ignitionon) position.
Turning on/off the power
Notes:
• Be careful about using this unit for a long time without running the engine. If you drain the car’s battery too far, you may not be able to start the engine and this can reduce the service life of the
battery.
1. Press the [FNC] button.
2. The illumination and display on the unit light
up. The unit automatically remembers its last
operation mode and will automatically switch
to display that mode.
3. Press and hold the [FNC] button for 1 second
or longer to turn off the power for the unit.
Selecting a mode
1. Press the [FNC] button to change the mode
of operation.
2. Each time you press the [FNC] button, the
mode of operation changes in the following
order:
Radio mode ➜ CD mode ➜ Tape mode ➜
AUX mode ➜ Radio mode...
Turning the volume down quickly.
Press the [MUTE] button.
Each time the button is pressed the Mute turns
ON or OFF.
When it’s ON, the “MUTE” indicator blinks.
Switching the display
Press the [DISP] button to select the desired display.
Each time you press the [DISP] button, the display switches in the following order:
● In Tuner source
Frequency ➜ Clock ➜ Frequency...
● In CD source
Clock ➜ Track Number & Track Time ➜ Clock...
● In Tape source
Playback direction & Current status ➜ Current
status ➜ Clock ➜ Playback direction & Current
status...
∗ Once selected, the preferred display becomes
the display default. When a function adjustment
such as volume is made, the screen will momentarily switch to that function’s display, then
revert back to the preferred display several
seconds after the adjustment.
∗ When you have entered a title in a CD, it appears in the main display. If you have not entered a title, “NO-TITL” appears in the title display instead. For information on how to enter a
title, refer to the subsection “Entering titles”in
the “Operations Common to Each Mode”.
2. Driving on extremely bumpy roads which
cause severe vibration may cause the sound
to skip.
3. This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even
in the event that trouble arises, never open
the case, disassemble the unit, or lubricate
the rotating parts.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Flip Down Panel
CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS, OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN, MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE
ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONEEXCEPT
PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER
FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER’S
AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
When opening and closing the FLIP DOWN
PANEL, be careful not to catch your fingers.
They could be injured.
1. Always use this unit with the FLIP DOWN
PANEL closed.
2. Do not force operations or use this device
abnormally when opening or closing the FLIP
DOWN PANEL.
3. Do not use the FLIP DOWN PANEL as a tray
to place objects on when it is open.
4. When closing the FLIP DOWN PANEL, do not
press the [OPEN] button.
5. Strong impacts to the operating or display
section can cause damage or deformation.
6. If the FLIP DOWN PANEL does not open fully,
gently open it with your hand.
3” (8 cm) Compact Discs
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS
PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY AND
WILL VIOLATE FCC APPROVAL.
∗ The volume level is from 0 (minimum) to 35 (maximum).
3” (8 cm) disc can’t be played. Using an
adapter and inserting them into this unit can
cause damage, please do not insert by any
means.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED
OPERATION.
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SERIAL No.
Do not play heart-shaped, octagonal, or other specially shaped compact discs.
Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may not be usable.
Handling
• Compared to ordinary music CDs, CD-R and CDRW discs are both easily affected by high temperature and humidity and some of CD-R and
CD-RW discs may not be played. Therefore, do
not leave them for a long time in the car.
• New discs may have some roughness around
the edges. If such discs
are used, the player may Ball-point pen
not work or the sound may Roughness
skip. Use a ball-point pen
or the like to remove any
roughness from the edge
of the disc.
• Never stick labels on the surface of the compact
disc or mark the surface with a pencil or pen.
• Never play a compact disc with any cellophane
tape or other glue on it or with peeling off marks.
If you try to play such a compact disc, you may
not be able to get it back out of the CD player or
it may damage the CD player.
• Do not use compact discs that have large
scratches, are misshapen, cracked, etc. Use of
such discs may cause misoperation or damage.
• To remove a compact disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case and lift the
disc out, holding it carefully by the edges.
• Do not use commercially available CD protection sheets or discs equipped with stabilizers, etc.
These may damage the disc or cause breakdown
of the internal mechanism.
Storage
• Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight
or any heat source.
• Do not expose compact discs to excess humidity or dust.
• Do not expose compact discs to direct heat
from heaters.
Cleaning
• To remove fingermarks and dust, use a soft
cloth and wipe in a straight line from the center
of the compact disc to the circumference.
• Do not use any solvents, such as commercially
available cleaners, anti-static spray or thinner
to clean compact discs.
• After using special compact disc cleaner, let
the compact disc dry off well before playing it.
Handling Cassette Tapes
Using any of the following types of cassette tapes
can cause malfunctions.
• Cassette tapes with low recording levels
• Cassette tapes in which the unrecorded section between songs is shorter than 4 seconds
• Cassette tapes with noise or the like recorded
between songs
• Cassette tapes on which there are long unrecorded sections in the middle of a song
• Slack in the tape can cause malfunctions. In
particular for prerecorded
cassette tapes and 90minute tapes, take up any
slack in the tape before
inserting it into the cassette player.
• Avoid using cassettes of 120 minutes or longer.
(Such cassettes have extremely thin tape, so
the tape can become stretched or cut.)
• Periodically play a cleaning cassette in the
player to clean the head.
• Keep magnets, screwdrivers, and other iron
and steel and magnetic items away from both
cassette tapes and the tape head in the player.
• Do not oil the cassette mechanism.
• Do not use any cassette tapes with peeling labels or deformed cases. Such cassette tapes
can cause breakdowns.
• When not using the player, always take the cassette out of the mechanism. Exposing a cassette to direct sunlight, extreme temperatures,
or high humidity can damage the cassette.
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Handling precautions
CAUTION
INFORMATION FOR USERS:
12V – GROUND
AM 530-1710kHz/FM 87.9- 107.9MHz
Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to increase the volume, or turning the [VOLUME]
knob counterclockwise to decrease the volume.
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This unit uses a flip-down structure that makes
possible large-size display.
MODEL
Adjusting the volume
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Mute
1. When the inside of the car is very cold and
the player is used soon after switching on the
heater, moisture may form on the disc or the
optical parts of the player and proper playback may not be possible. If moisture forms
on the disc, wipe it off with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on the optical parts of the player,do
not use the player for about one hour. The
condensation will disappear naturally allowing normal operation.
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Basic Operations
Adjusting the bass
Adjusting the fader
This adjustment can be performed when the EQ
operation is set to “OFF”.
1. Press the [A-M] button and select “BASS”.
2. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to emphasize the bass, or turning the [VOLUME]
knob counterclockwise to attenuate the bass.
1. Press the [A-M] button and select “FAD”.
2. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to emphasize the sound from the front speakers, or
turning the [VOLUME] knob counterclockwise
to emphasize the sound from the rear speakers.
∗ The factory default setting is “0”. (Adjustment
range: −7 to +7)
∗ The factory default setting is “0”. (Adjustment
range: F9 to R9)
3. When the adjustment is complete, press the
[A-M] button several times until the function
mode is reached.
3. When the adjustment is complete, press
the[A-M] button several times until the function mode is reached.
Adjusting the middle
Adjusting MAGNA BASS EXTEND
This adjustment can be performed when the EQ
operation is set to “OFF”.
1. Press the [A-M] button and select “MID”.
2. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to emphasize the treble, or turning the [VOLUME]knob counterclockwise to attenuate the treble.
The MAGNA BASS EXTEND does not adjust the
low sound area like the normal sound adjustment
function, but emphasizes the deep bass sound
area to provide you with a dynamic sound.
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
3. When the adjustment is complete, press the
[A-M] button several times until the function
mode is reached.
1. Press and hold the [A-M] button for 1 second
or longer to turn on the MAGNA BASS EXTEND effect. “MB-EX” lights in the display.
2. Press and hold the [A-M] button for 1 second
or longer to turn off the MAGNA BASS EXTEND effect. “MB-EX” goes off in the display.
Adjusting the treble
Selecting the EQ menu
This adjustment can be performed when the EQ
operation is set to “OFF”.
1. Press the [A-M] button and select “TREB”.
2. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to emphasize the treble, or turning the [VOLUME]knob counterclockwise to attenuate the treble.
About the EQ function:
The Equalizer allows correction and modification
of the frequency response for selected frequency
ranges, thus allowing the creation of your own
unique sound.
1. Press the [EQ] button.
2. Turning the [PRESET] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to select the desired EQ
menu.
∗ The factory default setting is “0”. (Adjustment
range: −7 to +7)
∗ The factory default setting is “0”. (Adjustment
range: −7 to +7)
3. When the adjustment is complete, press the
[A-M] button several times until the function
mode is reached.
Adjusting the balance
1. Press the [A-M] button and select “BAL”.
2. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to emphasize the sound from the right speaker, or turning
the [VOLUME] knob counterclockwise to emphasize the sound from the left speaker.
∗ The factory default setting is “0”. (Adjustment
range: L9 to R9)
3. When the adjustment is complete, press
the[A-M] button several times until the function mode is reached.
∗ EQ menus cannot be memorized per CD and radio mode, etc.
● EQ menus
IMPACT
: Low and high frequencies emphasized.
B-BOOST : Low frequencies emphasized.
ACOUSTIC : Medium frequencies (vocals) emphasized.
FLAT
: Original sound.
3. Press the [EQ] button to return to the original
mode.
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Basic Operations
Radio Operations
Setting EQ effects to ON/OFF
FM reception
∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
For enhanced FM performance the
®
tuner includes signal actuated
stereo control and Multipath noise reduction circuits.
1. Press and hold the [EQ] button for 1 second
or longer to turn off the EQ effect. “
”
goes off in the display.
2. Press and hold the [EQ] button for 1 second
or longer to turn on the EQ effect. “
”
lights in the display.
Switching the spectrum analyzer
display patterns
You can select one out of 9 patterns or set it to
off.
∗ The factory default setting is “SND BEAT”.
1. Each time you press the [SPE/ANA] button,
the spectrum analyzer display pattern
changes in the following order:
SND BEAT ➜ SND WAVE ➜ SND RISE ➜
SND SNOW ➜ CROSS ➜ EXPAND ➜ HORIZON ➜ SHADOW ➜ S/A SCAN ➜ S/A OFF
➜ SND BEAT...
Note:
The spectrum analyzer display is unavailable during these operations below;
• Seek tuning and auto store in radio mode.
• Pause.
• When “NO DISC”, “NO CASS” or an error message appears in the display.
• When fast-forwarding, fast-backwarding or pausing the tape in tape mode.
Listening to the radio
1. Press the [FNC] button and select the radio
mode.
2. Press the [BND] button and select the radio
band. Each time the button is pressed, the
radio reception band changes in the following order:
FM1 ➜ FM2 ➜ FM3 ➜ AM ➜ FM1...
] or [
] button to tune in the
3. Press the [
desired station.
Tuning
There are 3 types of tuning mode available, seek
tuning, manual tuning and preset tuning.
Seek tuning
1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired
band (FM or AM).
∗ If “
” is lit in the display, press and hold
the [BND] button for 1 second or longer. “
”
in the display goes off and seek tuning is now
available.
2. Press the [
] or [
] button to automatically seek to the next station.
When the [
] button is pressed, the station is sought in the direction of higher frequencies; if the [
] button is pressed, the
station is sought in the direction of lower frequencies.
Manual tuning
There are 2 ways available: Quick tuning and step
tuning.
When you are in the step tuning mode, the frequency changes one step at a time. In quick tuning mode, you can quickly tune the desired frequency.
1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired
band (FM or AM).
∗ If “
” is not lit in the display, press and hold
the [BND] button for 1 second or longer. “
”
lights in the display and manual tuning is now
available.
2. Tune into a station.
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Radio Operations
● Quick tuning:
Press and hold the [
] or [
] button to
manually tune to the desired frequency.
● Step tuning:
Press the [
] or [
] button to manually tune
one step at a time to the desired frequency.
Storing a preset station
A total of 24 preset positions (6-FM1, 6-FM2, 6FM3, 6-AM) exists to store individual radio stations in memory.
Manual memory
1. Select the desired station with seek tuning,
manual tuning or preset tuning.
2. Press the [MEMO] button. “CH” blinks in the
display.
3. Turning the [PRESET] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to select the desired preset memory.
4. Press and hold the [MEMO] button for 1 seconds or longer to store that station into preset memory.
Auto store
Auto store selects up to 6 stations and automatically stores them into preset memory.
1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired
band (FM or AM).
2. Press and hold the [SCN] button for 2 seconds or longer. The stations with good reception are stored automatically to the preset
memory.
Preset scan
Preset scan receives the stations stored in preset memory in order. This function is useful when
searching for a desired station in memory.
1. Press the [SCN] button.
2. When a desired station is tuned in, press the
[SCN] button again to continue receiving that
station.
Note:
• Be careful not to press and hold the [SCN] button
for 2 seconds or longer, otherwise the auto store
function engages and the unit starts storing stations.
Instant station recall (ISR)
Instant station recall is a special radio preset that
instantly accesses a favorite radio station at a
touch of a button. The ISR function even operates with the unit in other modes.
● ISR memory
1. Select the station that you wish to store in ISR
memory.
2. Press and hold the [ISR] button for 1 seconds
or longer.
● Recalling a station with ISR
In any mode, press the [ISR] button to turn on
the radio function and tune the selected radio
station. “ISR” appears in the display. Press the
[ISR] button again to return to the previous mode.
Recalling a preset station
Turning the [PRESET] knob either clockwise or counterclockwise to recall the stored radio frequency automatically.
1. Press the [BND] button and select the desired
band (FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM).
2. Turning the [PRESET] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to recall the stored station.
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CD/MP3 Operations
What is MP3?
Multisession function
MP3 is an audio compression method and classified into audio layer 3 of MPEG standards.
This audio compression method has penetrated
into PC users and become a standard format.
This MP3 features the original audio data compression to about 10 percent of its initial size with
a high sound quality. This means that about 10
music CDs can be recorded on a CD-R disc or
CD-RW disc to allow a long listening time without having to change CDs.
Precautions when creating MP3 disc
● Usable sampling rates and bit rates:
1. MP3: Sampling rate 8k Hz-48 kHz,
Bit rate: 8 kbps-320 kbps / VBR
● File extensions
1. Always add a file extension “.MP3” to MP3
file by using single byte letters.
If you add a file extension other than specified or forget to add the file extension , the
file cannot be played.
2. Files without MP3 data will not play.
The indication “– –:– –” appears in the play
time display if you attempt to play files without MP3 data.
● Logical format (File system)
1. When writing MP3 file on a CD-R disc or CDRW disc, please select “ISO9660 level 1, 2 or
JOLIET or Romeo” as the writing software
format. Normal play may not be possible if
the disc is recorded on another format. This
equipment does not support packet writing.
2. The folder name and file name can be displayed as the title during MP3 play but the
title must be within 64 single byte alphabetical letters and numerals (including an extension). 32 characters when written in JOLIET
format.
3. Do not affix a name to a file inside a folder
having the same name.
● Folder structure
1. A disc with a folder having more than 8
hierarchical levels will be impossible.
● Number of files or folders
1. Up to 256 files (total number of folder and file)
can be played. The root folder is counted as
one folder.
2. Tracks are played in the order that they were
recorded onto a disc. (Tracks might not always be played in the order displayed on the
PC.)
3. Some noise may occur depending on the type
of encoder software used while recording.
When a disc contains both normal CD type tracks
and MP3 type tracks mixedly, you can select
which type of the recorded tracks to play.
● Default value is “CD”.
Each time you press and hold the [BND] button
for 1 second or longer, the mixed mode is
switched between CD type or MP3 type.
The following indication appears in the title display when switching the track type to be played.
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● Display when CD type track is selected:
● Display when MP3 type track is selected:
1. Types of recording that can be played are as
follows.
Setting
Set to CD
Disc
Mixed with CD and
Play CD
MP3 type tracks
CD type track
Play CD
only
MP3 type track
Play MP3
only
Set to MP3
Play MP3
Play CD
Play MP3
2. After making these settings, remove the disc
and then reinsert it.
3. When a mixed mode CD is loaded and CD is
set, the track to be played first is MP3 file data
and no sound is heard.
Loading a CD
Insert a CD into the center of the insertion slot
with the label side facing up. The CD plays automatically after loading.
Notes:
• Never insert foreign objects into the CD insertion
slot.
• When a CD is loaded in the unit, never try to insert another CD in this case.
• Discs not bearing the
or
mark and
CD-ROMs cannot be played by this unit.
• Some CDs recorded in CD-R mode may not be
usable.
• Even when recorded in CD-RW mode, some CDs
not be usable.
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CD/MP3 Operations
Ejecting a CD
Selecting a track
Press [CD EJECT] button to eject the CD. Take
it out from the ejected position.
● Track-up
1. Press the [
] button to move ahead to the
beginning of the next track.
2. Each time you press the [
] button, the
track advances ahead to the beginning of the
next track.
● Track-down
1. Press the [
] button to move back to the
beginning of the current track.
2. Press the [
] button twice to move to the
beginning of the previous track.
∗ If a 5" CD (12 cm) is left in the ejected position for
15 seconds, the CD is automatically reloaded
(Autoreload).
∗ The Radio mode is selected automatically 4 seconds after the [CD EJECT] button is pressed.
Notes:
• If you force a CD into before auto reloading, this
can damage the CD.
CAUTION
3” (8 cm) disc can’t be played. Using an
adapter and inserting them into this unit can
cause damage, please do not insert by any
means.
Listening to a CD already inserted
Press the [FNC] button to select the CD mode.
Play starts automatically. If no CD is loaded in
the unit, “NO DISC” appears in the display.
Fast-forward/fast-backward
● Fast-forward
Press and hold the [
longer.
● Fast-backward
Press and hold the [
longer.
] button for 1 second or
] button for 1 second or
Pausing play
Folder Select
1. Press the [
] button to pause play.
“PAUSE” appears in the display.
2. To resume CD play, press the [
] button
again.
This function allows you to select a folder containing MP3 files and start playing from the first
track in the folder.
1. Turning the [PRESET] knob clockwise or
counterclockwise to select a folder. The folder
name is displayed.
Displaying CD titles
This unit can display title data for CD-text/MP3
disc and user titles input with this unit.
1. Press the [DISP] button to display the title.
2. Each time you press and hold the [DISP] button for 1 second or longer, the title display
changes in the following order:
● CD-TEXT disc
User title (disc) ➜ Disc title (CD-text) ➜ Artist
name (CD-text) ➜ Track title (CD-text) ➜ User
title (disc)...
● MP3 disc
Folder ➜ File ➜ Album TAG ➜ Artist TAG ➜ Title
TAG ➜ Folder...
Notes:
• If the CD playing is not a CD-text CD or no user
title has been input, “NO TITL” appears in the display.
• If MP3 disc is not input TAG, “NO TAG” appears
in the display.
• For MP3, supports ID3 Tags V1 / 2
• Only ASCII characters can be displayed in Tags.
Up to 64 characters.
1
Root folder
2
3
4
5
∗ Folder without an MP3 file is not selectable.
2. To select a track, press the [
button.
] or [
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CD/MP3 Operations
Top function
The top function resets the CD player to the first
track of the disc. Press the [BND] button to play
the first track (track No. 1) on the disc.
The play status indications such “FOLDER”
and “RPT” disappear from the display and
normal play resumes from the track currently
being played.
Scan play
Random play
The scan play locates and plays the first 10 seconds of each track on a disc automatically. This
function continues on the disc until it is canceled.
1. Press the [SCN] button to start track scanning. “SCN” lights in the display.
2. To cancel the scan play, press the [SCN] button again. “SCN” goes off from the display and
the current track continues to play.
The random play selects and plays individual
tracks on a folder of the playing disc in no particular order. This function continues automatically until it is canceled.
1. Press the [RDM] button. “RDM” lights in the
display, an individual track is selected randomly and play begins.
2. To cancel the random play, press the [RDM]
button again. “RDM” goes off from the display and normal play resumes.
Folder Scan play
Folder Random play
This function allows you to locate and play the
first 10 seconds of the first track of all the folders
on an MP3 disc.
1. Press and hold the [SCN] button for 1 second
or longer to folder scan play.
The indications “FOLDER” and “SCN” light up
in the display, and then folder scan play starts.
2. To cancel folder scan play, press the [SCN]
button again.
The play status indications such as “FOLDER”
and “SCN” disappear from the display and the
current track is played.
This function allows you to play all the tracks of
all the folders recorded on an MP3 disc in a random order.
1. Press and hold the [RDM] button for 1 second or longer to perform folder random play.
The indications “FOLDER” and “RDM” light
up, and then folder random play starts.
2. To cancel folder random play, press the [RDM]
button again.
The play status indications such as “FOLDER”
and “RDM” disappear from the display and
normal play resumes from the track currently
being played.
∗ The scan play is useful when you want to select a
desired track.
Repeat play
The repeat play continuously plays the current
track. This function continues automatically until
it is canceled.
1. Press the [RPT] button. “RPT” lights in the
display and the current track is repeated.
2. To cancel the repeat play, press the [RPT]
button again. “RPT” goes off from the display
and normal play resumes.
Folder Repeat play
This function allows you to play a track currently
being played in the MP3 folder repeatedly.
1. Press and hold the [RPT] button for 1 second
or longer to perform folder repeat play.
The indications “FOLDER” and “RPT” light up,
and then folder repeat play starts.
2. To cancel folder repeat play, press the [RPT]
button again.
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Tape Operations
Loading a tape
Switching to the other side of the tape
1. Press the [OPEN] button to open the flip down
panel.
2. Load a tape into the cassette tape insertion
slot.
1. Press the [BND] button to change tape direction and playback.
Ejecting a tape
1. Press the [OPEN] button to open the flip down
panel.
2. Press the [TAPE EJECT] button to eject a
tape. Take it out from the ejected position.
∗ The radio mode is selected automatically few seconds after the [TAPE EJECT] button is pressed.
CAUTION
• Be sure to use this unit with the Flip down
panel closed.
• Do not put any object or use it like a tray
when the Flip down panel is open in a lying
position.
• Be careful not to pinch your finger or hands
when opening and closing the Flip down
panel.
Listening to a tape already inserted
Press the [FNC] button to select the tape mode.
Play starts automatically. If no tape is loaded in
the unit, “NO CASS” appears in the display.
● Listening to another source while using FF
or REW and APC (“monitor mode”)
Pressing the [FNC] button allows to set radio
mode or CD/MP3 mode while fast-forwarding the
tape, rewinding it, or searching for the begining
of a tune in it.
Note:
• Use the [FNC] button and select the tape function
to resume tape playback.
Pausing play
1. Press the [
] button to pause play.
“PAUSE” appears in the display.
2. To resume tape play, press the [
] button
again.
∗ The tape mechanism automatically reverses direction and engage playback at the end of the tape
(auto reverse).
Fast-forward/fast-backward
● Fast-forward
Press the [
] button.
● Fast-backward
Press the [
] button.
● Canceling FF/REW
Press the [
] button.
APC (Auto Program Control) function
The APC function allows the tape to skip forward
to the beginning of the next track or rewind to
the start of the current track.
● Skipping forward to the next track (“APCFF”)
During tape playback, press the [
] button
twice to fast-forward to the next track. The next
track stars playing.
● Skipping backward to the current track
(“APC-REW”)
During tape playback, press the [
] button
twice to rewind to the start of the current track.
The current track plays from the beginning.
● Canceling FF/REW APC to resume playback
Press the [
] button.
Intro tape scan play
The intro tape scan allows the first 10 seconds
of all the tracks on the tape to be played. This
function continues on the tape until it is canceled.
1. Press the [SCN] button to start Intro tape scan.
“SCN” lights in the display.
2. To cancel the intro tape scan, press the [SCN]
button again. “SCN” goes off from the display
and the current track continues to play.
∗ When the end of the tape is reached during
the intro tape scan, the tape mechanism automatically reverses direction and continues the
intro tape scan.
∗ If you select another mode during the intro tape
scan, the mechanism automatically makes the
intro tape scan stop when it finds the next
track(APC function).
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Tape Operations
Operations Common to Each Mode
Tape repeat play
Setting the clock
The tape repeat continuously plays the current
track. This function continues automatically until
it is canceled.
1. Press the [RPT] button. “RPT” lights in the
display and the current track is repeated.
2. To cancel the repeat play, press the [RPT]
button again. “RPT” goes off from the display
and normal play resumes.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
2. Press the [
] button.
3. Press the [
] or [
] button to select the
hour or the minute.
4. Turning the [VOLUME] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to set the correct time.
The clock is displayed in 12-hour format.
5. Press the [
] button to store the time into
memory.
6. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Note:
• You cannot set the clock when it is displayed with
only the ignition on. If you drain or remove the car’s
battery or take out this unit, the clock is reset. While
setting the clock, if another button or operation is
selected, the clock set mode is canceled.
Blank tape skip
The blank tape skip allows you to skip blank sections of tape that are over 12 seconds long.
1. Press and hold the [RPT] button for more than
1 seconds. The blank skip feature will be set
and “BLS” will light on the display. When there
is an unrecorded section of more than 12 seconds, “BLS” will light on the display and the
section will be skipped.
2. To cancel the blank skip feature, press and
hold the [RPT] button again for more than 1
second. “BLS” on the display will disappear.
Notes:
The APC, intro tape scan, tape repeat and blank
skip may not work properly with tapes of the following qualities:
• Tapes on which the recording level is too low.
• Tapes on which there is much noise between selections.
• Tapes on which there are long pauses in the middle
of selections.
• Tapes on which there are less than 4 seconds of
blank space between selections.
Setting the sensitivity of the spectrum analyzer
∗ The factory default setting is “MID”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
2. Press the [
] or [
] button to select “ANA
SENS”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to set the sensitivity of
the spectrum analyzer.
You can choose one of “LOW”, “MID” or
“HIGH” for the sensitivity of the spectrum analyzer.
4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Setting the speed of the spectrum
analyzer display
∗ The factory default setting is “LOW”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
2. Press the [
] or [
] button to select “ANA
SPD”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to set the speed of the
spectrum analyzer display.
You can choose one of “LOW”, “MID” or
“HIGH” for the speed of the spectrum analyzer display.
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4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Message display
When the unit is powered on or off, a message is
displayed. The user can turn this message display on or off.
∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
] or [
] button to select
2. Press the [
“MESSAGE”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to set
the message display to “ON”, or turning the
[VOLUME] knob counterclockwise to set the
message display to “OFF”.
4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Setting the method for title scroll
Set how to scroll in CD-TEXT or MP3 Title.
∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
2. Press the [
] or [
] button to select
“SCROLL”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise or
counterclockwise and select “ON” or “OFF”.
● ON:
To scroll automatically.
● OFF:
To scroll just 1 time when the title was changed
or the title key was pressed.
4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Turning the screen saver function
on or off
This unit is provided with the screen saver function which allows you to show various kinds of
patterns and characters in the Operation Status
indication area of the display. You can turn on
and off this function.
If the button operation is performed with the
screen saver function on, the operation display
corresponding to the button operation is shown
for about 30 seconds and the display returns to
the screen saver display.
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
] or [
] button and select
2. Press the [
“SCRNSVR ”.
3. Press the [
] button.
4. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to
“ON” or counterclockwise to “OFF”.
5. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Adjusting the display contrast
You can adjust the display contrast to match the
angle of installation of the unit.
∗ The factory default setting is “5”. (Adjustment level:
0 to 10)
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
2. Press the [
] or [
] button to select
“CONTRAST”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise or
counterclockwise to adjust the contrast.
4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Selecting AUX IN sensitivity
Make the following settings to select the sensitivity when sounds from external devices connected to this unit are difficult to hear even after
adjusting the volume.
∗ The factory default setting is “MID”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
2. Press the [
] or [
] button to select “AUX
SENS”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise or
counterclockwise as needed and select from
“HIGH”, “MID” or “LOW”.
4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
Setting the DEMO mode
The demonstration of each function is repeatedly
shown on the display screen. The demonstration starts about few seconds after power off.
∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
1. Press and hold the [TITLE] button for 1 second or longer to switch to the adjustment selection display.
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2. Press the [
] or [
] button to select
“DEMO”.
3. Turning the [VOLUME] knob clockwise to
“ON” or counterclockwise to “OFF”.
4. Press the [TITLE] button to return to the previous mode.
AUX function
This system has an external input jack so you
can listen to sounds and music from external
devices when connected to this unit.
Entering titles
Titles up to 10 characters long can be stored in
memory and displayed for CDs only. The numbers of titles that can be entered for 50 titles.
1. Press the [FNC] button to select the CD mode.
2. Select and play a CD.
3. Press the [DISP] button and display the title.
“ NO TITL” will be displayed.
4. Press the [TITLE] button. “TITL” appears in
the display and the cursor position flashes.
5. Press the [
] or [
] button to move the
cursor.
6. Press the [DISP] button to select a character.
Each time you press the [DISP] button, the
character changes in the following order:
Capital letters ➜ Small letters ➜ Numbers/
Symbols ➜ Capital letters...
7. Turning the [VOLUME] knob either clockwise
or counterclockwise to select the desired character. Pressing the [
] button moves the
cursor to the next character; pressing the
[
] button moves the cursor to the previous character.
8. Repeat steps 5 to 7 to enter up to 10 characters for the title.
9. Press and hold the [
] button for 1 seconds or longer to store the title into memory
and cancel title input mode.
Clearing titles
1. Play a CD that you want to clear the title for.
2. Press the [DISP] button and display the title.
3. Press the [TITLE] button. “TITL” appears in
the display and the display switches to the
title input display.
4. Press the [BND] button.
5. Press and hold the [
] button for 1 seconds or longer to clear the title and cancel
the title input mode.
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6. IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY
Problem
Cause
Measure
Fuse is blown.
Replace with a fuse of the same amperage. If
the fuse blows again, consult your store of
purchase.
Incorrect wiring.
Consult your store of purchase.
No sound output
when operating the
unit with amplifiers
or power antenna
attached.
Power antenna lead is
shorted to ground or
excessive current is
required for remote-on
the amplifiers or power
antenna.
1. Turn the unit off.
2. Remove all wires attached to the power
antenna lead. Check each wire for a
possible short to ground using an ohm
meter.
3. Turn the unit back on.
4. Reconnect each amplifier remote wire to the
power antenna lead one by one. If the
amplifiers turn off before all wires are
attached, use an external relay to provide
remote-on voltage (excessive current
required).
Nothing happens
when buttons are
pressed.
The microprocessor has
malfunctioned due to
noise, etc.
Press the CD eject button for more than 10
seconds to reset.
Compact disc
cannot be loaded.
Another compact disc is
already loaded.
Eject the compact disc before loading the new
one.
No sound heard
MP3 files are absent in a
disc.
Write MP3 files onto the disc properly.
Files are not recognized
as an MP3 file.
Use MP3 files encoded properly.
File system is not correct.
Use ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo
file system.
Sound is cut or
skipped.
Noise is generated
or noise is mixed
with sound.
MP3 files are not
encoded properly.
Use MP3 files encoded properly.
Sound skips or is
noisy.
Compact disc is dirty.
Clean the compact disc with a soft cloth.
Compact disc is heavily
scratched or warped.
Replace with a compact disc with no
scratches.
Sound is bad
directly after power
is turned on.
Water droplets may form
on the internal lens when
the car is parked in a
humid place.
Let dry for about 1 hour with the power on.
Wrong filename
File system is not correct.
Use ISO9660 level 1, 2 or JOLIET or Romeo
file system.
Sound quality is
poor.
Playback head is dirty.
Use a cleaning tape, etc., to clean the head.
General
Power does not turn
on.
(No sound is
produced.)
Tape
CD/MP3
Display is not
accurate.
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7. ERROR DISPLAYS
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.
Take the measures described below to eliminate the problem.
Tape
CD
Error Display
Cause
Measure
ERROR 2
A CD is caught inside the CD deck and is
not ejected.
This is a failure of CD deck’s mechanism
and consult your store of purchase.
ERROR 3
A CD cannot be played due to scratches,
etc.
Replace with a non-scratched,
non-warped-disc.
ERROR 6
A CD is loaded upside-down inside the CD
deck and does not play.
Eject the disc then reload it properly.
ERROR
Tape is caught and cannot be ejected.
This is a failure of Tape deck’s mechanism
and consult your store of purchase.
If an error display other than the ones described above appears, press the CD eject button for more
than 10 seconds to reset. If the problem persists, turn off the power and consult your store of purchase.
8. SPECIFICATIONS
FM Tuner
Audio
Frequency Range:
87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz (ADB340MP)
87.0 MHz to 108 MHz
(ADB341MP)
Usable Sensitivity: 11 dBf
50dB Quieting Sensitivity: 17 dBf
Alternate Channel Selectivity: 75 dB
Stereo Separation (1 kHz): 35 dB
Frequency Response (±3 dB): 30 Hz to 15 kHz
Maximum Power Output:
200 W (50 W × 4 ch) (JEITA)
Continuous Average Power Output:
17 W × 4, into 4 , 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 1%THD
Bass Control Action (100 Hz): ±10 dB
Middle Control Action (1 kHz): ±10 dB
Treble Control Action (10 kHz): ±10 dB
Line Output Level (CD 1kHz): 1.8 V
AM Tuner
General
Frequency Range:
530 kHz to 1710 kHz
531 kHz to 1629 kHz
Usable Sensitivity: 25 µV
(ADB340MP)
(ADB341MP)
CD Player
Frequency Response (±1 dB): 10 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio (1 kHz): 100 dB
Dynamic Range (1 kHz): 95 dB
Harmonic Distortion: 0. 01%
Tape Deck
Wow & Flutter (WRMS): 0.06 %
Channel Separation (1 kHz): 45 dB
Frequency Response (±3 dB)
120 µs (normal): 30 Hz to 18 kHz
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Power Supply Voltage:
14.4 V DC (10.8 to 15.6 V allowable),
negative ground
Current Consumption: Less than 15 A
Speaker Impedance:
4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω allowable)
Weight / Source unit: 4.6 lb. (2.1 kg)
Dimensions / Source unit:
7" (Width) × 3-15/16" (Height) × 7 -1/4" (Depth)
[178 (W) × 100 (H) × 183 (D) mm]
Notes:
• Specifications and design are subject to change
without notice for further improvement.
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