Radio Shack 10 Disc CD Changer Owner`s manual

10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Features
Faxback Doc. # 57808
Your RadioShack 10 Disc CD Changer is a versatile, high-quality sound
system that lets you load and play up to ten of your favorite CD's in your
vehicle.
The CD changer plays CDs through your vehicle's existing sound system. If
your sound system does not have RCA input jacks, the Audio Adapter's/FM
modulator converts the CD changer's sound to an FM signal so you can hear
it by tuning your vehicle's stereo to an FM frequency. If your vehicle's
sound system has a pair of RCA input jacks, you can use an RCA cable to
connect your system to the CD changer's output signal through the supplied
Audio Adapter/Ground Isolator.
IMPORTANT: To connect the CD changer, your vehicle's sound system must
have an FM tuner and an antenna jack (for the connection to
the CD changer with the Audio Adapter/FM modulator), or an RCA
Input jack (to work with the Audio Adapter/ground isolator).
To be safe, we recommend you do not change your CD changer's
or sound system's settings in heavy traffic or during hazardous
driving conditions.
Your CD changer' has these features:
10-Disc CD Cartridge - lets you load and play up to ten CDs.
Controller with Infrared - lets you control many of the CD changer's
Wireless Remote Control
functions from anywhere in your Vehicle
that has direct line of sight with the
changer.
Eight-Times Oversampling with - improves the CD's sound by multiplying the
Digital Filtering
standard 44.1 kHz sample rate by Eight and
using a digital filter to reduce or
eliminate distortion.
1-Bit DAC - uses the latest in digital-to-analog
conversion circuitry to accurately
reproduce all sound levels with virtually
no distortion.
Horizontal/Vertical Mounting - lets you quickly and easily install the CD
changer's components in almost any vehicle
Repeat Play - automatically repeats the current track or
the disc.
Shuffle Play - randomly selects and plays tracks from any
loaded CD.
Intro Scan - scans and plays the first 10 seconds of
each track on a CD, so you can find a
specific track.
3-Beam Laser Tracking System - improves the quality of the CD changer's
sound.
Spring-Loaded, Oil-Dampened - helps keep the CD changer steady when you
Suspension System
drive over rough roads.
Track Search - lets you quickly locate the beginning of
any track while playing a CD.
Track Skip - lets you rapidly play a CD in either
direction to locate a desired section of
track.
This CD changer is made and tested to meet exacting safety standards.
WARNING: This system employs a laser light beam. Only a qualified service
person should remove the cover or attempt to service this device,
due to possible eye injury.
CDs that can be played on this CD player have this mark on them:
COMPACT
D I S C
DIGITAL AUDIO
10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Preparation
Faxback Doc. # 57809
A Look At Your Cd Player
The CD changer includes the following components:
CD Changer
CD Magazine
CD Changer Controller
Audio Adapter (FM Modulator and Ground Isolator)
CD Changer Cable
Infrared Remote Controller
Power Cable (Yellow)
Mounting Kit
Note:
If your CD changer is missing any of these components, contact the
RadioShack store where you purchased it.
Before You Begin
Before you install your LCD changer's components, read all the
instructions in this owner's manual. You should be able to answer all of
these questions about your vehicle's electrical and sound systems:
Does my vehicle's sound system have a power amplifier with a pair of RCA
input jacks? If not, can my vehicle's sound system tune FM broadcasts
and does it have an antenna jack?
Which terminal in my vehicle's fuse box is for accessories?
How do I connect a wire to the fuse box?
Which of the CD changer's wires is the power wire?
Does my vehicle have a 12-volt negative ground system?
Note:
Installation in your vehicle might require cutting or modifying
your vehicle.
IMPORTANT:
To avoid damage to your stereo, CD changer and your vehicle's
electrical system, you must follow the order of installation
shown in this manual, including instructions for making
connections and testing.
In addition to the supplied hardware kit, you need these items to install
your CD changer:
Cable ties or electrical tape.
Isopropyl alcohol.
Small-and medium-sized screwdrivers.
Choosing Mounting Locations
Choose locations for mounting the CD changer and its components where:
You can easily reach them.
Wires and cables will not interfere with the vehicle's pedals or other
moving parts.
No component is directly in front of heating vents.
All wires and cables will reach their connection points.
Before attempting to mount the CD changer and its components, confirm that
they will fit the selected mounting areas.
CAUTION:
Be careful to avoid obstructions behind all mounting surfaces.
For the CD Changer
You can mount the CD changer horizontally or vertically in your vehicle's
trunk, on the floorboard, or under a seat.
CAUTION:
Notes:
Do not mount the CD changer upside down.
The CD changer's mounting area must be at least 13 inches (33 cm)
deep.
When you choose a mounting area for the CD changer, make sure it
is close enough to the Audio Adapter's mounting area so you can
connect both components with the supplied 16-foot (5 meter) CD
changer cable.
Do not mount the CD changer anywhere in your vehicle that is
exposed to direct sunlight (such as the front or rear deck) or
extreme heat (such as the engine compartment). Direct sunlight
or extreme heat can damage CDs and the CD changer.
Mount the CD changer as level as possible. If you cannot mount
the CD changer exactly level, make sure it will not tilt more than
15 degrees from the horizontal or vertical mounting position.
Make sure there is enough room for you to insert and remove the
supplied CD magazine from the CD changer.
For the Audio Adapter
You can mount the supplied Audio Adapter (ground isolator and FM
modulator) under your vehicle's dashboard.
Notes:
The Audio Adapter's mounting area must be at least 5 inches (127
mm) wide and 1-1/16 inches (26.3 mm) high by 3-3/5 inches (91 mm)
deep.
When you choose a mounting area for the Audio Adapter, make sure
it is close enough to your vehicle's ground, power, and sound
system so you can connect them with the FM modulator and Ground
Isolator's wires and plugs (see "Connecting the Audio Adapter" in
Faxback Doc. # 57810).
For the CD Changer Controller
For ease of use, you can mount the supplied CD changer controller on the
dashboard using the supplied hook-and-loop fastening tape.
Note:
When you choose a mounting area for the controller, make sure it is
close enough to the Audio Adapter's mounting area so the
controller's cord will reach the Audio adapter. The controller's
cord is about 5 feet (152 cm) long.
Removing The Transport Screws
The transport screws help protect the CD changer from damage during
shipment.
Before you mount the CD changer, use a small screwdriver to remove the
three transport screws from the bottom of the CD changer.
Note:
If you do not remove the shipping screws from the CD changer, the
changer will not operate.
Save the shipping screws in case you might want to install the CD changer
in another vehicle. You can secure them to the back of the CD changer
with a piece of tape.
Installing The Remote Control's Batteries
Your infrared remote control requires 2 AAA batteries (not supplied) for
power. For the best performance and longest life, we recommend RadioShack
alkaline batteries.
CAUTIONS:
Use only fresh batteries of the required size and recommended
type.
Do not mix old and new batteries, different types of batteries
(standard, alkaline, or rechargeable) or rechargeable batteries
of different capacities.
Follow these steps to install batteries.
1.
Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow to
remove it.
2.
Place the batteries in the compartment as indicated by the polarity
symbols (+ and -) marked inside.
3.
Replace the cover.
When the remote control stops operating properly, replace the batteries.
WARNING:
Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly.
bury them.
Do not burn or
CAUTION:
If you do not plan to use the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries. Batteries can leak chemicals that can
destroy electronic parts.
10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Installation
Faxback Doc. # 57810
Before you mount the CD changer and its components, test it by temporarily
making all the required connections.
CAUTIONS:
For added safety and to protect your CD changer and sound
system, disconnect the cable from your vehicle battery's
negative (-) terminal before you begin.
You must make all other connections before you reconnect the
cable to your vehicle's battery. If you do not make the
connections in the order shown, the CD changer and sound system
might be damaged if any wire connections are made incorrectly.
Connecting the Audio Adapter
The supplied Audio Adapter includes all of the lead wires for connecting
to your vehicle's ground, power and sound system. There are two ways to
connect the Audio adapter to the CD changer and the vehicle's sound system
Using RCA Jacks
If your vehicle's sound system has a pair of RCA input jacks (either on
the stereo head unit or the power amplifier), you can connect the CD
changer to the sound system's output jacks.
1.
Use a screwdriver to slide ISOLATOR on the side of the Audio Adapter
to ON.
2.
Connect the Audio Adapter's RCA output jack to the sound system's RCA
input jack by using a cable of the proper length for your connection
with 2 RCA plugs at each end. Your local RadioShack store carries a
wide range of RCA cables.
Using a Vehicle's Antenna
If your vehicle's sound system does not have RCA input jacks, use the
Audio Adapter to convert the CD changer's sound to an FM signal, which you
can hear by tuning your vehicle's radio to the corresponding FM frequency.
1.
Disconnect your vehicle's antenna from your vehicle's sound system,
then connect the antenna to the Audio Adapter's large black antenna
connector.
2.
Connect the Audio Adapter's antenna plug to your sound system's
antenna jack.
3.
Connect the Audio Adapter's black ground wire to a chassis ground,
such as a metal screw attached to a metal part of the vehicle's frame.
Be sure that the screw is not insulated from the chassis by a plastic
part.
4.
Connect the Audio Adapter's red power wire (with inline fuse holder)
to a point in your vehicle's fuse block that has power only when you
turn the vehicle's key to either the accessory (ACC) or START position
This connection turns on the CD changer and its components when you
turn on the ignition or turn the key to ACC, and turns off the CD
changer and its components when you turn off the ignition. This
prevents your vehicle's battery from being drained if you leave the CD
changer on when you turn off the ignition.
5.
Connect the Audio Adapter's yellow memory back up wire (with in-line
fuse holder) to your vehicle battery's positive (+) terminal or to a
fuse that provides a continuous source of 12 volts.
This connection provides power for the CD changer and its components,
and continuous power for the CD changer's memory when the ignition is
turned off.
6.
Use a screwdriver to slide ISOLATOR on the side of the Audio Adapter
to OFF.
7.
Set 88.7/89.1 MHz on the side of the Audio Adapter to an active
frequency in your area, if available. This is the frequency you tune
on to your vehicle's sound system to hear the CD changer.
Note:
If there is no FM broadcast on either 88.7 or 89.1 MHz in your
area, you might hear static when the CD changer is not playing
a CD.
Connecting The CD Changer
1.
Disconnect the cable from your vehicle battery's negative (-) terminal
2.
Connect the CD changer to the Audio Adapter by inserting the plug on
one end of the CD changer cable into the 8-pin CD CHANGER jack on the
Audio Adapter. Then insert the plug on the cable's other end into the
DIN 8 PIN jack on the left side of the CD changer.
3.
Connect the black ground wire to a chassis ground, such as a metal
screw attached to a metal part of the vehicle's frame. Be sure that
the screw is not insulated from the chassis by a plastic part.
4.
Connect the yellow memory back up wire (with in-line fuse holder) to
your vehicle battery's positive (+) terminal or to a fuse that
provides a continuous source of 12 volts.
This connection provides power for the CD changer and its components, and
continuous power for the CD changer's memory when the ignition is turned
off.
CAUTIONS:
The CD changer cable's plugs fit only one way into the Audio
Adapter and CD changer. Do not force them. The recess mark on
the metal rim of the DIN plug should face down.
To disconnect the CD changer cable from the Audio Adapter and
CD changer, squeeze each plug, then gently pull it out.
Never pull on the CD changer cable.
Connecting The CD Changer Controller
To connect the CD changer controller to the Audio Adapter, insert the CD
changer controller cable's plug into the 6-pin CONT. jack on the Audio
Adapter.
CAUTIONS: The plug fits only one way into the Audio adapter. Do not force
it. The Oval recess mark on the metal rim of the DIN plug should
face down.
To disconnect the controller from the Audio Adapter, gently pull
it out.
Never pull on the controller's cable.
Testing The Connections
Make sure all connections are secure before continuing with the
installation. Then reconnect the cable to the vehicle battery's negative
(-) terminal.
Verify that you connected the CD changer correctly by turning on the
changer and playing a CD. Try to use the remote control by pointing the
front towards the wired CD changer controller and pressing PLAY/PAUSE or
POWER OFF.
If everything is connected correctly, make sure the connections are
correctly marked or identified. Then follow the instructions in "Mounting
the Components," below.
Mounting The Components
Before you mount the CD changer and its components, be sure it is
connected correctly. Then disconnect the cable from the vehicle battery's
negative (-) terminal.
Mounting the CD Changer
1.
Set SPRING ATTACHMENT H/V (horizontal/vertical) on both sides of the
CD changer for the mounting axis you chose.
SPRING ATTACHMENT H/V is preset to H. If you are mounting the CD
changer horizontally, go on to Step 2.
If you are mounting the CD changer vertically, use a screwdriver to
remove the screws on both sides of the CD changer from H and turn
SPRING ATTACHMENT H/V to V on both sides, then replace the screws into
V.
CAUTION:
If you do not set SPRING ATTACHMENT H/V on both sides of the
CD changer to the correct mounting axis, the CD changer
might skip during play.
2.
Use a medium-sized screwdriver to attach the supplied mounting
brackets to the sides of the CD changer.
3.
Using the supplied mounting studs as templates and the width between
the mounting brackets as a guide, mark the positions for the mounting
holes.
4.
Attach the mounting studs to the mounting surface using the supplied
screws.
5.
Attach the CD changer to the mounting studs using the supplied nuts.
Mounting the Audio Adapter
Use the supplied screws to attach the Audio Adapter under the vehicle's
dashboard.
Use cable ties (not supplied) to secure the Audio Adapter's wires under
the vehicle's dashboard.
Mounting the CD Changer Controller
The supplied hook-and-loop fastener lets you securely mount the CD changer
controller on the dashboard and easily remove it when you need it.
Select a mounting location, then follow these steps to secure the
controller.
1.
Clean both mounting surfaces with isopropyl alcohol and allow them to
completely dry.
2.
Peel the backing from one side of the hook-and-loop fastener and
attach it to the mounting location.
3.
Peel the backing from the other side of the hook-and-loop fastener and
press the controller onto the fastener.
Reconnecting the Vehicle's Battery
When you finish mounting the components, reconnect the cable to the
vehicle battery's negative (-) terminal.
10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Operation
Faxback Doc. # 57811
Loading And Unloading The CD Magazine
You can load as many as ten CDs in the supplied CD magazine.
1.
Hold the CD magazine so the clear CD window faces you and the highest
CD number (10) is at the top of the CD window.
2.
Slide all of the disc levers on the back edge of the CD magazine fully
in.
3.
Use a pencil to record the titles of the CDs you load in the CD
magazine on one of the supplied index labels, then peel off the
backing and affix the label to the side of CD magazine.
As you insert a CD into the CD magazine, the disc lever moves to the right
CAUTIONS:
Do not insert more than one CD into the same slot in the CD
magazine. This will damage the CD magazine, the CD changer,
and the CDs.
Do not insert anything other than 5-inch CDs into the CD
magazine.
To unload CDs from the CD magazine, hold down the disc lever for the CD
you want to unload. The CD pops out. Grasp the CD by its edges and remove
it.
Loading And Unloading The CD Changer
Follow these steps to load the CD magazine into the CD changer.
1.
Slide the CD changer's door all the way to the right until it locks
into place.
2.
Hold the CD magazine with the highest CD number (10) on top with the
arrow on the top of the CD magazine pointing toward the CD changer.
3.
Gently push the CD magazine into the CD changer until it clicks.
can see the index label through the opening.
You
CAUTION:
Do
The CD magazine fits into the CD changer only one way.
not force it.
4.
Slide the CD changer's door all the way to the left to close it.
To unload the CD magazine from the CD changer, slide the CD changer's door
open, then press EJECT to eject the magazine.
Note:
The CD changer must be connected to power to eject the magazine.
Playing CDs
CAUTIONS:
The CD changer has a wide dynamic range. If you turn up your
radio's volume too high during soft (low volume) sections of a
program, your speakers might be damaged when a sudden loud
passage occurs.
If the CD changer is jolted during play, the rotation speed
might suddenly change or the CD changer might make an unusual
noise. This is not a malfunction.
Notes:
To play CDs, you must load them into the CD magazine, then load
the magazine into the CD changer. The display continues to flash
if you did not load CDs into the magazine, or did not load the
magazine into the changer. The changer displays the number for
each CD loaded in the magazine (1-10). Then the changer selects
the CD you loaded into the lowest slot number.
If you connected the Audio Adapter's antenna plug to your sound
system's antenna jack, you must select the FM band on your sound
system's radio and tune to the same frequency as the 89.1/88.7 MHz
setting on the Audio Adapter. For easy operation, store this
setting as one of your sound system's preset stations.
To turn on the CD changer and play a CD, press >|| (Play/Pause) on either
the infrared remote control or the CD changer controller. The CD starts to
play from Track 1 of the CD in the lowest numbered slot. The display shows
DISC and the track number.
Note:
The CD changer controller has only >|| and OFF buttons.
other functions, use the infrared remote control.
To control
After the CD changer plays each track on the CD, it automatically selects
the next loaded CD (from lowest to highest) and plays all tracks on that
CD, starting with Track 1.
When the CD changer has played all tracks on all loaded CDs, it
automatically plays the lowest loaded CD, starting with track 1.
Play
continues until you stop the CD changer.
Press >|| while a CD is playing to temporarily stop play.
the display. Press >|| again to resume play.
Note:
|| appears on
When play is paused for 5 minutes, the CD changer automatically
turns off.
To stop play and turn off the CD changer, press OFF.
the CD changer resumes playing the last song played.
When you press >||,
Using Track Search
To move to the beginning of the next or previous track on the CD, press
|<< or >>|. Repeatedly press |<< or >>| to move to another track. The
display shows the current track number.
Using Track Skip
To search for a particular section of a track on the current CD, hold down
|<< or >>| during play. The CD changer rapidly plays the CD backward or
forward. Release |<< or >>| to resume normal play.
The display shows the rotating disk moving faster and |<< or >>| flashes.
Selecting a CD
To select a particular CD loaded in the CD magazine, repeatedly press +
DISC or - DISC until the display shows the CD number under DISC.
Intro Scan
You can set the CD changer to play the first 10 seconds of each track on
the current CD, to help you find the track you want to hear.
Press SCAN to begin the scan.
scanning.
The display shows SCN and the track number
To stop scanning and resume playback, press SCAN again.
from the display.
SCN disappears
Repeat Play
Press REPEAT.
RPT appears and the current track plays repeatedly.
Hold down REPEAT for three seconds or more.
DISC RPT appears and the
current disc plays repeatedly.
Press REPEAT again to end repeat play.
Shuffle Play
Press SHUFFLE. SHUFF appears, and the tracks on the current disc play in
random order. When all tracks on the current disc have played, they play
again in a different order.
Hold down SHUFFLE for three seconds or more. DISC SHUFFLE appears and all
the tracks on a randomly-selected disc are played in random order. When
all tracks on that disc have played, all the tracks on a different
randomly-selected disc play. This continues until all tracks on all discs
in the CD magazine have played. Then shuffle play stops.
Press SHUFFLE again to end shuffle play.
Switching Between The CD Player And The Radio
If you connected the Audio Adapter's antenna plug to your sound system's
antenna jack and you want to listen to the radio, turn off the CD changer,
then tune the radio to the station you want to hear.
Note:
If you do not stop or turn off the CD changer, the CD continues to
play while you listen to the radio.
To return to the CD, tune the radio to the same FM frequency as the
89.1/88.7 MHz setting on the FM modulator.
Resetting The Audio Adapter
If the CD changer displays an error code (Err 1-Err 10), locks up, or does
not work properly, press the hole on the bottom of the Audio Adapter
marked RESET with a pointed object, such as a straightened paper clip, for
1 or 2 seconds.
10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Troubleshooting
Faxback Doc. # 57812
If your CD changer is not working as it should, these suggestions, might
help you eliminate the problem. If the CD changer still does not operate
properly, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Suggestion
No power-display
does not light after
vehicle power is
turned on.
Power problem.
CD Changer/component's
not connected to sound
system/vehicle correctly.
Check the CD
changer's and sound
system's fuses and
replace them if
necessary (see
"Replacing a Fuse"
in Faxback Doc. #
57813). Check all
connections.
No sound.
Vehicle radio's volume
set to minimum.
Adjust the vehicle
radio's volume.
Vehicle radio not set
to the proper FM
frequency.
Set the vehicle's
radio to FM band
and tune to the
frequency set on
the FM modulator
(89.1 or 88.7 MHz.
CD changer/components
not connected to sound
system/vehicle correctly.
Check all
connections.
CD changer does not
work.
Transport screws not
Removed from the CD
changer.
Remove the
transport screws
from the CD
changer (see
"Removing the
Transport Screws"
in Faxback Doc. #
57809).
No CDs loaded in CD
magazine.
Load CDs in the
CD magazine.
Sound from CD skips.
Static sounds on
radio when CD stops
playing.
CD magazine not loaded
in the CD changer.
Load the CD
Magazine in the CD
changer.
CD loaded upside down
in the CD magazine.
Load the CD
correctly.
CD is dirty or defective.
Clean the CD (see
"CD Care Tips" in
Faxback Doc. #
57813).
Try another CD.
CD changer must be reset.
Reset the CD
changer (see
"Resetting the CD
Changer" in
Faxback Doc. #
57813).
CD is dirty or defective.
Clean the CD and
try it again or
try another CD
(see "CD Care
Tips" in Faxback
Doc. # 57813).
H/V set incorrectly.
Check H/V on both
Sides of CD
Changer and reset
if necessary (see
"Mounting the CD
Changer" in
Faxback Doc. #
57810).
FM modulator not set to a
frequency with an active
radio station.
Set 88.7/89.1 MHz
to a frequency
with an active
radio station (if
available).
Note: If there is
no active
broadcast on 88.7
or 89.1 MHz, you
cannot eliminate
these static
sounds.
CD magazine does not
eject from CD changer
when it is pressed.
CD changer requires
power to eject CD
Magazine.
Turn on your
Vehicle's ignition
And try again.
Check the CD
changer's and
sound system's
fuses and replace
them if necessary
(see "Replacing a
Fuse" in Faxback
Doc. # 57813).
10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Care and Maintenance
Faxback Doc. # 57813
Your 10 Disc CD Changer System is an example of superior design and
craftsmanship. The following suggestions will help you care for your CD
changer so you can enjoy it for years.
Keep the CD changer dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Liquids might contain minerals that can corrode the electronic circuits.
Use and store the CD changer only in normal temperature environments.
Temperature extremes can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and distort or melt plastic parts.
Keep the CD changer away from dust and dirt, which can cause premature
wear of parts.
Handle the CD changer gently and carefully. Dropping it can damage
circuit boards and cases and can cause the CD changer to work
improperly.
Use only fresh batteries of the required size and recommended type.
Batteries can leak chemicals that damage your remote control's
electronic parts.
Wipe the CD changer with a damp cloth occasionally to keep it looking
new. Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents to clean the CD changer.
Modifying or tampering with the CD changer's internal components can cause
a malfunction and might invalidate its warranty and void your FCC
authorization to operate it. If your CD changer is not performing as it
should, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
The FCC Wants You To Know
Your CD changer might cause TV or radio interference even when it is
operating properly. To determine whether your CD changer is causing the
interference, turn off your CD changer. If the interference goes away,
your CD changer is causing it. Try to eliminate the interference by:
Moving your CD changer away from the receiver.
Contacting your local RadioShack store for help.
If you cannot eliminate the interference, the FCC requires that you stop
using your CD changer.
CD Care Tips
Even though a CD is very durable, you should handle it with care.
recommend the following precautions.
We
Keep the CD in its protective case or sleeve when you are not playing
it.
Handle a CD by its edges to avoid fingerprints, which can prevent the CD
changer's laser beams from accurately reading the CD. Your local
RadioShack store sells a suitable CD cleaner kit.
Do not write on either side of the CD, particularly the non-label side.
(Signals are read from the non-label side.)
Keep the CD dry.
beam's focus.
A water drop can act as a lens and affect the laser
If you park your vehicle in the sun, temperatures inside the vehicle can
easily reach levels that could damage your CDs. To prevent heat damage,
avoid leaving your CDs in your vehicle.
If a CD skips when you play it, the CD might be scratched. Your local
RadioShack store sells a Scratch and Fix kit that might help remove the
scratch and stop the skip.
Resetting The CD Changer
If your CD changer or any component locks up or does not work properly, or
if the vehicle's battery loses power, follow these steps to reset the CD
changer.
1.
Turn on your vehicle's ignition.
2.
Slide the CD changer's door all the way to the right.
3.
With a pointed object, such as a straightened paper clip, press the
reset hole (to the left of /\EJECT inside the CD changer) for about
2 seconds.
Replacing A Fuse
If the CD changer or its components do not operate, you might need to
replace the fuse from one or more of the power wires with one of the
supplied fuses. Check all fuses.
The fuse for the yellow power wire on the CD changer must be 5.0 amps. On
the Audio Adapter, the red power wire's fuse should be 0.5 amps, while the
yellow continuous power wire's fuse must be 5 amps.
WARNING:
Before you begin, disconnect the cable from the vehicle
battery's negative (-) terminal.
1.
Unlatch the two latches on the fuse holder, so the holder springs open
2.
If a fuse is blown, replace it.
with the proper rating.
Use only standard 1-1/4 inch fuses
CAUTION: The supplied spare fuses have the proper ratings. Make sure
you replace a fuse only with another fuse of the same rating.
3.
Reassemble the fuse holder by squeezing it together.
4.
Reconnect the cable to the vehicle battery's negative (-) terminal.
10 Disc CD Changer
(120-2182)
Specifications
Faxback Doc. # 57814
CD Changer:
Frequency Response: 20 Hz: ...................................... +/- 3 dB
10 kHz: ..................................... +/- 3 dB
20 kHz: ..................................... +/- 3 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (1 kHz): ..................................... 60 dB
Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz): ........................................ 0.3%
Signal Format:
D-A Conversion: .................................... 2-Channel Sigma Delta
Sampling Type/Frequency: ....................... 8 x Oversampling 44.1 kHz
Pick-Up:
System: ..................................................... Sanyo M90281
Wavelength: ................................................... 785-815 nm
CD Used (Diameter): .................................... 5 Inches (127 mm)
Power Source: ................................... 14.4V DC Negative Ground
Power Consumption: ............................................ 3A Maximum
Unit Weight: ........................................ 6 lbs, 7 oz (2920 g)
Unit Dimensions (HWD):
3-1/2 x 11-7/16 x 7-5/8 Inches (90 x 290 x 194 mm)
Controller/FM Modulator:
Power Source: .............................. 14.4 Volts DC Negative Ground
Unit Weight (Controller): ................................... 4 oz (120 g)
(FM Modulator and
Ground Isolator): .................................. 14 oz (390 g)
Unit Dimensions (HWD):
(Controller):
1-13/16 x 3-9/16 x 13/16 Inches (47 x 91 x 2 mm)
(FM Modulator and
Ground Isolator): .... 1 x 4-1/8 x 3-9/16 Inches (26 x 105 x 90 mm)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary.
are subject to change and improvement without notice.
(BR EB 12/1/99)
LN-03/04
Specifications