JVC EX-S1M User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf

JVC EX-S1M User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf
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COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM
EX-S1B
—Consists of CA-EXS1B and SP-EXS1B
EX-S1M
—Consists of CA-EXS1M and SP-EXS1M
EX-S1S
—Consists of CA-EXS1S and SP-EXS1S
• This manual explains the operations assuming
that you will use the remote control. Some
buttons on the main unit are the same as those
on the remote control. You can use either button
in this case.
• Some diagrams in this manual are simplified or
exaggerated for the purpose of explanation.
• Depending on the disc/file, you may not obtain
the explained result even after following the
operation in this manual.
• You can operate some functions differently from
the explanation given in this manual.
• “iPod” in this manual represents an iPod, iPhone
and iPod touch. Whereas “iPhone” or “iPod touch”
in this manual means an iPhone or iPod touch
respectively.
• When this manual explains MP3 or WMA, “file”,
“track” and “tune” are used with the same
meaning.
Auto power save function
Thank you for purchasing a JVC product.
INSTRUCTIONS
[C]
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When no operation is performed in certain
situations for 30 minutes, this function
automatically turns off this system. Initially, the
function is activated. For details of the function,
refer to page 4.
Specifications
Connections
Main unit (CA-EXS1B/CA-EXS1M/
CA-EXS1S)
General
• Power source: AC 120 V
, 60 Hz
• Power consumption (in operation): 24 W
• Power consumption (on standby): 0.50 W or less
• Dimensions (W x H x D) [including projecting
parts]: 214 mm x 136 mm x 263 mm
• Mass: 2.3 kg
Amplifier
• Output power: 20 W + 20 W at 4 Ω
(1 kHz, THD 10 %)
USB
• Compatible with USB 2.0 Full-Speed
• Compatible device: USB mass storage class device
• Compatible file system: FAT16, FAT32
500 mA
• Output power: DC 5 V
Speaker (SP-EXS1B/SP-EXS1M/
SP-EXS1S)
Connecting basic parts
CAUTION — Proper Ventilation / PRÉCAUTIONS — Ventilation appropriée
Front view / Vue frontale
You can playback a video or still picture
from an iPod to a TV compatible with
composite connection.
AM EXT
AM LOOP
Connecting the antennas
FM 75C
COAXIAL
R
OUTPUT
When you position the antenna near a
window, good radio reception may be
obtained.
ANTENNA
L
INPUT
Main unit (top view)
Composite video cable
(not supplied)
To an AC outlet
Supplied accessories
•
•
•
•
•
Selecting the video output
Connecting the speakers
Remote control x 1
Batteries x 2
FM antenna x 1
AM loop antenna x 1
Speaker cable x 2
■ When the main unit is turned off, and an iPod is not connected
Press [MEMORY].
Black
iPod
500 mA
• Output power: DC 5 V
• Video output: Composite
Speaker cable
(supplied)
With no
black line
With a
black line
R
• Each time you press [MEMORY], the setting toggles between “V.OUT ON” and “V.OUT OFF”.
• Select “V.OUT ON” to view an image in an iPod on the TV screen.
• Select “V.OUT OFF” to view an image in an iPod on the screen of the iPod.
White
AM loop antenna (supplied)
Turn the AM loop
antenna to find the
best position for
radio reception.
Speaker cable
(supplied)
With no
black line
With a
black line
Tuner
• FM frequency: 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz
• AM frequency: 530 kHz – 1 710 kHz
L
Main unit
(rear view)
FM antenna (supplied)
Stretch out the FM antenna to
the best position for radio
reception.
Inserting the batteries into the remote control
Right speaker
(rear view)
To avoid risk of electric shock and fire and to protect from damage, locate the apparatus as follows:
Top/Front/Back/Sides:
No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below.
Bottom:
Place on the level surface. Maintain adequate air path for ventilation by placing on
a stand with a height of 10 cm or more.
In addition, maintain the best possible air circulation.
Afin d’éviter tout risque de choc électrique et d’incendie et de protéger contre tout dommage, placez
l’appareil comme suit :
Haut/avant/arrière/côtés : Aucun obstacle ne doit se trouver dans les zones indiquées par les dimensions ci-dessous.
Bas :
Posez sur une surface plane. Laissez un passage d’air approprié pour la
ventilation en plaçant un support d’une hauteur d’au moins 10 cm.
En outre, assurez la meilleure circulation d’air possible.
Connecting optional devices
Connecting a TV
Type: 1-way bass-reflex type
Speaker driver: 8.0 cm wood cone
Impedance: 4 C
Power handling capacity: 20 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) [including projecting
parts]: 155 mm x 122 mm x 236 mm
• Mass (1 speaker): 2.0 kg
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•
•
•
•
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
EN
©2010 Victor Company of Japan, Limited
Before disconnecting the power cable, be sure to press F to turn off the power.
Do not connect the power cable until all other connections have been made.
Left speaker
(rear view)
Headphones OUT INPUT
Setting up the AM loop antenna
Stereo mini plug cable
(not supplied)
OUTPUT
CAUTION
• DO NOT connect more than one speaker to each
terminal.
• DO NOT allow the conductor of the speaker
cables to come in contact with the metallic parts of
the system.
• The supplied speakers are not magnetically
shielded. If placing the speakers near a TV, leave
sufficient distance between the speaker and the TV
so that color irregularity does not occur on the TV.
R03 (UM-4)/AAA (24F) type
dry-cell batteries (supplied)
• If the range or effectiveness of the remote control decreases, replace both batteries.
Side view / Vue latérale
Front
Avant
Stereo mini plug of headphones
(not supplied)
Portable digital audio player
or other audio device
NOTE
• Keep the AM loop antenna cable wrapped
around the AM loop antenna frame,
otherwise the effectiveness and sensitivity
of the AM loop antenna may be reduced.
• When FM reception is poor, instead of
using the supplied FM antenna, connect
an outdoor FM antenna with a coaxial
converter compatible with 75 Ω.
Buttons/lamp on the top of the main unit
The buttons with the same marks are also on the remote control. For the main functions of the buttons,
refer to page 5.
STANDBY
Speaker
Main unit
Speaker
Haut-parleur Unité principale Haut-parleur
Main unit
Unité principale
LVT2169-002B
• After you disconnect the power cable, the [STANDBY] lamp may remain on for approximately 15 seconds.
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Reference
Notes on operation
Suitable locations for this system
Do not place the system in the following locations:
• In a location subject to high humidity or
considerable dust
• On an uneven or unstable surface
• Near a heat source
• Near a computer, fluorescent light or other
electric appliance
• In a small room with insufficient ventilation
• In a location exposed to direct sunlight
• In a location exposed to excessive cold
• In a location exposed to strong vibration
• Near a TV, other amplifier, or tuner
• Near a magnetic source
CAUTION
• The operating temperature range of this system
is from 5°C to 35°C. Use in temperatures outside
this range may cause a malfunction or damage
the system.
Condensation
Under the following conditions, you may not be
able to operate this system properly due to
condensation formed on the lens of this system:
• When you have just started a heater to warm your
room
• When you have placed the system in an area with
high humidity
• When you have moved the system from a cold
place to a warm place
When condensation forms, leave the system turned
on, wait approximately 1 or 2 hours, and then
operate the system.
Cleaning this system
If the operation panel becomes dirty, dust it with a
soft dry cloth. If the operation panel is very dirty,
wipe it with a cloth dampened with a small amount
of a neutral detergent, and then wipe it with a soft
dry cloth.
CAUTION
• Do not wipe the operation panel with thinners,
benzenes or other chemical agents. Do not spray
insecticides onto the operation panel. These may
discolor and damage the surface.
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EX-S1
NOTE
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Notes on discs/files/iPod devices
Notes on handling
Playable disc/file types
■ Important cautions
Installation of the system
• Select a place that is level, dry and neither too
hot nor too cold, and between 5°C and 35°C.
• Leave sufficient distance between the system
and the TV.
• Do not use the system in a place subject to
vibration.
Power cable
• Do not handle the power cable with wet hands!
• A small amount of power is always consumed
while the power cable is connected to the wall
outlet.
• When unplugging the power cable from the wall
outlet, always pull on the plug, not the power
cable.
To prevent malfunctions of the system
• There are no user-serviceable parts inside. If
anything goes wrong, unplug the power cable and
consult your dealer.
• Do not insert any metallic object into the system.
Playable discs
CD *1, CD-R *2, CD-RW *2
Playable files
MP3 *3, WMA *3
*1 A CD is playable when the “COMPACT disc”
logo is printed on its package.
*2 A CD-R/CD-RW recorded in the audio CD
(CD-DA) format is playable.
*3 An MP3 or WMA file recorded with a sampling
frequency of 44.1 kHz and transmission rate of
128 kbps is recommended.
Playing back discs/files other than aforementioned
may generate noise or loud sound to damage the
speakers.
Some discs may not be played back because of
their characteristics, recording conditions, or
damage or stains on them. For a similar reason,
some file names may not be displayed properly.
Troubleshooting
• This system recognizes up to 255 groups and
9999 tracks on a USB device. Also, this system
recognizes up to 255 tracks in a group. (For MP3
or WMA files)
• JVC bears no responsibility for any loss of data
on the USB device while using this system.
Reference
page
The auto power save
function is activated.
Cancel the auto power save
function.
4
1
Press [BASS/TREBLE] repeatedly to
select “BASS” or “TREBLE”.
No sound is produced.
Improper connection.
Connect all cables properly.
2
2
Press [VOL +] or [VOL –] on the remote
control repeatedly to adjust the sound
quality.
Disconnect the headphone plug.
2
5
The remote control does not
work.
The batteries are running
low.
Replace the batteries.
1
A radio broadcast has
interference from noise or
cannot be received.
The antenna is not
connected correctly.
Connect the antenna
correctly.
2, 6
A disc cannot be played
back.
The disc is upside down.
Place the disc on the disc
tray with the printed surface
facing up.
iPod nano (5th Generation)
The disc cannot be ejected.
Disc ejection is locked.
Unlock the disc ejection.
8
iPod nano (4th Generation)
The main unit does not
recognize a USB device.
The USB device is not
connected correctly.
Disconnect the USB device,
and then firmly push it all the
way in.
―
An iPod cannot be
connected.
The dock adaptor is not
compatible with the iPod.
Properly connect a dock
adaptor compatible with the
iPod properly.
7, 8
• Do not use a non-standard shape disc.
• Do not use a disc with tape, stickers, or paste on
it.
Playable iPod types
Made for (Compatible iPod)
iPod nano (6th Generation)
Audio
Video
*1
iPod nano (3rd Generation)
―
■ Safety precautions
Avoid moisture, water and dust
Do not place the system in moist or dusty places.
A disc recorded in the “packet write” format (UDF
format) is not playable.
iPod touch (3rd Generation)
Avoid high temperatures
Do not expose the system to direct sunlight and do
not place it near heating equipment.
Tag information (version 1/2) on an MP3 or WMA
file can be displayed.
iPod touch
When you are away
When away on travel or for other reasons for an
extended period of time, disconnect the power
cable plug from the wall outlet.
DRM (Digital Rights Management) files cannot be
played back.
iPod classic
■ Notes on files recorded on a connected
USB device
iPod video (5th Generation)
iPod mini (2nd Generation)
―
• Deactivate the security function of the USB
device.
• Do not use a USB hub.
• Disconnect the USB device after stopping
playback or turning off this system.
• Always set the volume to the minimum on this
system when connecting or disconnecting a USB
device.
• This system recognizes up to 255 groups and 511
tracks on a disc. Also, the system recognizes up
to 512 total groups and files on a disc. (For MP3
or WMA files)
iPod mini
―
iPod touch (4th Generation)
The main unit does not
recognize an iPod.
iPod touch (2nd Generation)
iPod (4th Generation)
iPod photo (4th Generation)
Improper connection.
An iPod cannot be controlled
from the main unit.
―
The main unit does not
charge the iPod.
“CHARGE OFF” is selected
or the main unit is turned off.
Properly connect an iPod,
dock adaptor and the
connector on the main unit.
Select “CHARGE ON” and
keep the main unit turned on.
iPhone 3GS
iPhone 3G
iPhone
*1 Only for still picture
*2 Viewable only on the screen of the iPod
• If iPod cannot be played back properly, update
iPod software to the latest version. For details,
refer to the Apple web site <http://www.apple.
com>.
• Adjustable sound quality is from –5 to +5.
Setting the clock
1
Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to display the clock.
―
8
*1, *2
iPhone 4
Adjusting the bass/treble
The main unit turns off
suddenly.
Restore the sound.
iPod nano
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Possible solution
The sound is muted.
―
If water gets inside the system
Turn the system off and disconnect the power
cable plug from the wall outlet, then call the store
where you made your purchase. Using the system
in this condition may cause fire or electrical shock.
Possible cause
Headphones are connected.
iPod nano (2nd Generation)
Care of the cabinet
When cleaning the system, use a soft cloth and
follow the relevant instructions on the use of
chemically-coated cloths. Do not use benzene,
thinner or other organic solvents including
disinfectants. These may cause deformation or
discoloring.
Problem
Handling discs
This system may not recognize some USB devices.
This system cannot play back a file whose data
volume is more than 2 gigabytes and a file whose
data transfer rate is more than 2 Mbps.
Do not block the vents
Blocking the vents may damage the system.
Settings
License and trademark
• Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and/or other countries.
• “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect
wireless performance.
• iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
12
2
Use 2, 3 or the number buttons and
[ENTER] to select the hour, the minute
and the day of the week.
• The clock starts from 0 seconds in the minute
you set.
NOTE
• While setting the clock, you can return to the
previous step by pressing [CANCEL] or you can
stop the setting by pressing [CLOCK/TIMER].
• To adjust the clock, press [CLOCK/TIMER]
repeatedly to display the clock. The remaining
step is the same as step 2.
• To display the clock, press [DISP] repeatedly.
• The clock gains or loses approximately 1 minute
per month.
• If the power cable is disconnected from the AC
outlet, the clock setting is lost.
Changing the brightness of the display
window
Press [DIMMER] repeatedly.
• Each time you press [DIMMER], the brightness
changes to “DIMMER 1”, “DIMMER 2” or
“DIMMER OFF”.
Auto power save function
The main unit automatically turns off when one of
the following situations continues for 30 minutes:
• When “CD” or “USB” is selected, and a disc/file is
stopped
• When “FM” or “AM” is selected, and the “TUNED”
indicator is off
• When “iPod” or “AUDIO IN” is selected, and
nothing is connected
• When the volume is set to 0
The initial setting of this function is “APS SET”
(activated).
Activating/canceling the auto power
save function
Press [APS].
• Each time you press [APS], the function is
activated or cancelled. (The display toggles
between “APS SET” and “APS CANCEL”.)
Performance of the auto power save
function
• When one of the above situations occurs, the
“A.P.S.” indicator starts flashing.
• 30 seconds before the main unit turns off, “APS
STANDBY” starts flashing.
• When no operation is carried out for 30 minutes,
the main unit automatically turns off.
Playing back sources from external devices
Playing back sources from external
devices
1
Press [TUNER/AUDIO IN] repeatedly to
select “AUDIO IN”.
• The device connected to the [AUDIO IN]
terminal is selected as the source.
2
Start playback on the connected device.
NOTE
• Before connecting or disconnecting an external
device, set the volume of this system to the
minimum.
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Selecting the signal gain
You can select the gain of the signal from the
[AUDIO IN] terminal.
■ When “AUDIO IN” is selected as the source
Press [MEMORY] repeatedly.
• Each time you press [MEMORY], the signal gain
setting changes in 3 levels.
Remote control operation
Indicators in the display window
Main function
Opens and closes the disc tray.
Operates the auto power save function.
Changes the brightness of the display window.
Changes the FM broadcast sound in monaural or stereo
reception.
Reduces noise during AM reception.
Stores the radio station in the memory.
Selects the signal gain from a connected external device.
Selects a track/folder number, radio station or another
numerical value in various settings.
Basic usage
To select 5, press [5].
To select 15, press [ 10] → [1] → [5].
To select 150, [ 10] → [ 10] → [1] → [5] → [0].
Displays the menu of an iPod.
Selects various settings including the radio frequency setting
and the preset radio frequency setting.
Sets the selected setting.
Stops playback.
Displays clock when the main unit is turned off.
Changes the display on the main unit.
Holding down [DISP] sets the back light time of an iPod to
approximately 30 seconds.
Skips to the beginning of a track.
Selects a folder or album.
Turns on/off the main unit.
Operates the sleep timer setting. Each time you press [SLEEP],
the time indicated in the display window changes. You can set
the time to 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150 or 180 minutes. When
the time you select elapses, the main unit automatically turns
off.
Operates the clock or playback timer setting.
Selects program playback or random playback.
Selects repeat playback.
Starts or pauses playback of a CD.
Starts or pauses playback of an iPod.
Holding down [iPod 6] puts an iPod on the sleep mode.
Starts or pauses playback of a USB device.
Selects a radio broadcast or a connected external device as the
source.
Cancels various settings.
Turns on/off the sound temporarily.
Adjusts the volume.
Adjusts the bass or treble.
Fast reverses or fast forwards during playback.
Reference
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7
4
4
6
6
6
4
6, 7, 8
8
4, 6, 8
4, 6, 8
7
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7, 8
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7, 8
7, 8
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Listening to radio broadcasts
Setting the playback timer
Selecting a radio station
1
AUTO
TUNED
ST.
USB
iPod
PGM
1
FOLDER
TR ACK
TOTAL
A.P.S.
TONE
MUTE
2
Lights up when the sleep timer is activated.
Lights up when the playback timer is activated. (Refer to page 6.)
Lights up when a FM signal type is automatically selected. (Refer to page 6.)
Lights up when the repeat playback function is activated for the current folder.
(Refer to page 8.)
Lights up when the program or random playback function is activated. (Refer to
page 8.)
Lights up when the repeat playback function is activated. (Refer to page 8.)
Indicates the number of the selected folder, track or the total playback time.
(Refer to page 7.)
Lights up when a radio broadcast is received. (Refer to page 6.)
Lights up when the auto power save mode is activated. (Refer to page 4.)
Lights up when the bass or treble is adjusted. (Refer to page 4.)
Lights up when an FM stereo broadcast is received with sufficient signal
intensity. (Refer to page 6.)
Lights up when a USB device is selected as the source. (Refer to page 7.)
Lights up when an iPod is selected as the source. (Refer to page 8.)
Lights up when a disc is selected as the source. (Refer to page 7.)
Lights up when a sound or image is played back or paused. (Refer to pages 7
and 8.)
Lights up when a sound is temporarily turned off.
Main display
Lights up when an FM or AM broadcast is received. (Refer to page 6.)
4, 6
8
8
7
7, 8
8
7
4, 6
Press [TUNER/AUDIO IN] repeatedly to
select “FM” or “AM”.
AUTO
TUNED
ST.
kHz
MHz
Tuning in to a preset radio station
7 5
MHz
Presetting radio stations in the main unit allows you
to easily tune in to a radio station.
1
2
NOTE
• If an FM stereo broadcast is difficult to hear,
press [TUNER MODE] to turn off the “AUTO”
indicator in the display window. Doing so switches
the built-in receiver to monaural reception. The
monaural reception may dissipate noise and
enable you to hear the broadcast more clearly. To
return to stereo reception, press [TUNER MODE]
again to turn on the “AUTO” indicator.
• If a beeping sound disturbs your AM broadcast,
press [TUNER MODE] repeatedly. An item from
“AM B.CUT1” to “AM B.CUT4” appears in the
display window for a short time. Select each item
one by one to find the best reception.
• If you are listening to a radio broadcast with the
“TUNED” indicator off, cancel the auto power
save function. (Refer to page 4.)
• When you connect an iPhone to the main unit,
noise may disturb your AM broadcast. At this
time, disconnect the iPhone and position it
enough distance from the main unit.
• If a TV is connected or located close to this
system and noise from TV signals interferes with
a radio broadcast, change the position of the
antenna or turn off the TV.
Select a radio station you want to store.
• Refer to “Selecting a radio station” shown on
the left.
• You can also preset selected “AUTO”
(automatic) reception or monaural reception
for an FM broadcast.
• The preset number flashes in the display
window.
• After you press [MEMORY], making no
operation for several seconds returns to the
normal display.
3
Use [PRESET 9], [PRESET (] or the
number buttons to select the preset
number you want to assign.
4
Press [ENTER].
Tuning in to a preset radio station
■ When an FM radio broadcast is selected as
the source
Playing back a disc/file in the desired
order (Program playback)
Track number and elapsed playback time
Clock
Printed surface
File type, folder number and track number
Clock
2
Press [USB
6].
Playing back a disc
1
Playing back an iPod
1
2
Connect the
iPod.
Press [iPod
6].
2
3
Press 0 to
open the disc
tray.
Place a disc on
the disc tray.
Press [CD
6].
* During playback, the text automatically scrolls in
the display window.
The number of alphanumeric characters that can
be displayed is limited.
If the information cannot be displayed,
“UNKNOWN” appears.
Stopping playback
Press 7.
Pausing playback
• With the disc tray open, point the remote control
directly at the front of the display window.
• When you use a USB device to play back an MP3
file with embedded album art, depending on the
file, no sound may be produced.
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■ When a disc/file is played back
Press [FOLDER SKIP
SKIP
] repeatedly.
] or [FOLDER
Skipping to the beginning of a track
■ When a disc/file is played back
Press 4 or ¢ repeatedly.
You can program a maximum of 99 tracks from a
USB device or 50 tracks from a disc. The same
track can be programmed more than once.
■ When a disc/file is stopped
1
2
Selecting a track using the number
buttons
Order of playback for files on a USB
device
Folders are played back in order of time that the
folders have been created. In a folder, files are
played back in order of time that the files have
been recorded.
NOTE
• The order of playback may differ depending on
the recoding method.
• If you change a folder name or file name, the
order of playback may change.
3
Press [CD 6] or [USB 6].
Press 2 or 3 to select the desired
source, and then press [ENTER].
• If you have selected “FM” or “AM” in this step,
press 2 or 3 or the number buttons to select
the preset number of the radio station, and
then press [ENTER].
• You can erase the programmed tracks one by
one by pressing [CANCEL] repeatedly. Each time
you press [CANCEL], the most recently
programmed track is erased.
• You can erase the whole program by holding
down [CANCEL].
• To cancel program playback, press [PLAY
MODE] repeatedly until the “PGM” indicator turns
off.
• When you turn off the main unit, the setting of this
function is canceled.
Playing back a disc/file in a random
order (Random playback)
1
Press [PLAY MODE] repeatedly until the
indicator lights up.
2
Press [CD 6] or [USB 6].
Fast reverse/fast forward search
■ When a disc/file is played back
Hold down 1 or ¡.
Indicator
1
No display
NOTE
• To cancel random playback, press [PLAY MODE]
indicator turns off.
repeatedly until the
• When you turn off the main unit, the setting of this
function is canceled.
Main
display
REPEAT
1*
REPEAT
FOLD
REPEAT
ALL*
REPEAT
OFF
Repeat mode
operation
One tune repeat
playback
Repeats the current
folder.
Repeats all tunes.
Cancels repeat.
* The indicated mode can be used during program
or random playback. When one tune repeat
playback works during program or random
playback, “REPEAT STEP” appears.
NOTE
• When you turn off the main unit, the setting of this
function is canceled.
Locking disc ejection
You can lock the disc tray to prevent the disc from
being ejected.
■ When the main unit is turned off
Press 0 on the main unit while pressing 7
on the main unit.
• “LOCKED” appears in the display window.
• Pressing 0 while pressing 7 again cancels the
disc ejection lock and displays “UNLOCKED”.
iPod
NOTE
NOTE
• To remove the dock adaptor, lift the slot with your
fingertip, and then pull out the dock adaptor. Be
careful not to injure your fingertip or damage the
terminal on the main unit.
• Depending on the type of the iPod, you can
operate the menu only on the screen of the iPod.
• Use the iPhone or iPod touch when performing the
following operations (not available on the iPod):
- When pressing the home button
- When selecting an application icon on the
home screen
- When dragging the slider
• Sound may be distorted when audio sources with
high recording levels are played back. If sound is
distorted, it is recommended that you deactivate
the equalizer on the iPod. For details on operating
an iPod, refer to the operation manual of the iPod.
• Each time you press [REPEAT], the repeat mode
changes.
NOTE
■ When a disc/file is stopped
• To return to normal playback, press [CD 6] or
[USB 6] again.
■ When a disc/file is played back
Press [REPEAT].
Press the number buttons to program
tracks.
Press [CD 6] or [USB 6].
* To ensure a proper connection to an iPod, make
sure to use a dock adaptor.
If a protective case (not supplied) is attached to
the iPod, remove the case first before connecting
the iPod.
• While setting the playback timer, you can return
to the previous step by pressing [CANCEL] or you
can stop the setting by pressing [CLOCK/
TIMER].
• To cancel the playback timer, press [CLOCK/
TIMER]. “ON ? ENTER” and “OFF ? CANCEL”
flashes in the display window. At this time, press
[CANCEL]. To activate the playback timer again,
press [CLOCK/TIMER], [ENTER], and then F.
• When the power cable is disconnected from the
AC outlet, the clock and playback timer settings
are lost.
Basic operations of iPod playback
Playing back a disc/file repeatedly
(Repeat playback)
• For a CD, select a track number.
• For an MP3 or WMA file, select a folder
number, and then a track number.
■ When a disc/file is played back
Use the number buttons to select the track
number.
Press [PLAY MODE] repeatedly until the
“PGM” indicator lights up.
■ When a disc/file is played back
• To restore the normal speed, release the button.
NOTE
Selecting a folder
Folder name, file name, title name, artist name or
album name*
Connect the
USB device.
• You can select “SUN”, “MON”, “TUE”, “WED”,
“THU”, “FRI”, “SAT”, “MON→FRI”, “MON→
SAT” or “EVERY”.
• When you select “MON→FRI”, the playback
timer works Monday to Friday. (Only for
“WEEKLY”)
• When you select “MON→SAT”, the playback
timer works Monday to Saturday. (Only for
“WEEKLY”)
• When you select “EVERY”, the playback
timer works every day. (Only for “WEEKLY”)
NOTE
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Checking the current status in the
display window
Track number and elapsed playback time
1
5
Press 2 or 3 to select the desired day
of the week, and then press [ENTER].
• The indicator turns off, and the [STANDBY]
lamp lights up in orange.
Press the number buttons, [PRESET 9] or
[PRESET (] to select the preset number of
the radio station.
Convenient functions of disc/file playback
MP3/WMA file
Playing back a file
4
NOTE
• You can store up to 30 FM radio stations.
• When you store a radio station to a preset
number to which another radio station has
previously been stored, the newly set radio
station replaces the previously stored radio
station.
Press 2 or 3 to select “WEEKLY” or
“ONCE”, and then press [ENTER].
• When you select “ONCE”, the playback timer
works once.
• When you select “WEEKLY”, the playback
timer works weekly or every day.
• “MEMORY” appears in the display window
and the selected radio station is stored.
Basic operations of disc/file playback
• Each time you press [DISP], the display changes.
CD
Dock adaptor
(supplied with the iPod or
sold separately)*
3
Set the starting time (ON) and ending
time (OFF) with 2, 3 or the number
buttons and [ENTER].
7
Press 2, 3 or the number buttons to
adjust the playback volume, and then
press [ENTER].
Press F to turn off the main unit.
4, 6, 8
―
4
4
7, 8
Press [DISP] repeatedly during playback.
iPod*
2
6
Press [CLOCK/TIMER] twice.
12
Press [MEMORY].
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Do not lose the removed
cover.
1
Presetting radio stations
Press [TUNING 9] or [TUNING (] on the
remote control (or ¢ or 4 on the main
unit) repeatedly to select a radio station.
• Holding down the button changes frequencies
sequentially.
Set the clock beforehand. (Refer to page 4.)
• Do not connect or disconnect the iPod when the
main unit is on.
• Before connecting an iPod to the main unit, turn
down the volume on the main unit. Adjust the
volume after starting playback.
• Do not carry the main unit with an iPod
connected. You may drop them and damage the
connector part.
• Do not touch or hit the terminal on the main unit.
Doing so may damage the terminal.
• You cannot copy tracks from this system to an iPod.
Operating an iPod using the remote
control
• To start or pause playback, press [iPod 6].
• To select an album, press [FOLDER SKIP
] or
[FOLDER SKIP
].
• To select a playlist, press 2 or 3.
• To select a track, press 4 or ¢.
• To fast-forward playback, press ¡. (Holding
down ¢ also works the same way.)
• To fast-reverse playback, press 1. (Holding
down 4 also works the same way.)
• To play back the iPod in a shuffled order, press
[PLAY MODE] repeatedly.
• To play back the iPod repeatedly, press
[REPEAT] repeatedly.
• To put the iPod in sleep mode, hold down [iPod
6].
NOTE
• Depending on the type of the iPod, the iPod may
operate differently.
Operating the menu of an iPod
• To display the menu, press [MENU].
• To select an item, press 5 or /.
• To determine the selected item, press [ENTER].
Charging the battery of the connected iPod
Hold down 7 on the main unit.
• Each time you hold down 7 on the main unit, the
setting toggles between “CHARGE ON” and
“CHARGE OFF”.
- “CHARGE ON”: The iPod is charged when the
main unit is turned on.
- “CHARGE OFF”: The iPod is not charged.
Checking the current status in the
display window
Press [DISP] repeatedly during playback.
• Each time you press [DISP], the display changes.
Track number and elapsed playback time
Track number and remaining playback time
Track number and total number of tracks
Clock
Title name, artist name, album name, or other
information*
* During playback, the text automatically scrolls in
the display window.
The number of alphanumeric characters that can
be displayed is limited.
If the information cannot be displayed,
“UNKNOWN” appears.
NOTE
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• When an iPod (4th generation), iPod photo or
iPod mini is connected to this system, you cannot
change the display. “iPod” is displayed.
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