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Yamaha YST-C10 Owner's manual
 “the YST-C30 and YST-C10.
(* YST-C10 only) e...
Connections ...........—_ e... ...eeme——
Names and Functions of Parts .....
Remote Control............... e.
Volume and Tone Adjustments .....
Listening to Radio Broadcast ........
[X] 41 4
Attaching and Removing Speakers
5
6
10
15
17
17
— Cassette Tapes ............
Cassette Tape Play ..................... 22
Recording ...................eeeemena ia 24
Tape Editing (dubbing)..................... 25
Using the Timer..........n............... 26
Troubleshooting ................——.—.—.. 28
Specifications cesse 30
Please record the serial nu
mber of your unit in the space below. -
Model: YST-C30/YST-C10 —
Serial No.:
The serial number is located on the rear of the unit. |
Retain this Owner's Manual in a safe place for future reference.
[RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
D8 NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert you to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons,
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
you to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accom-
panying the appliance.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
1 Read Instructions—All the safety and operat-
ing instructions shoud be read before the appli-
ance is operated.
2 Retain Instructions—The safety and operat-
ing instructions should be retained for future
reference.
3 Heed Warnings—All warnings on the appli-
ance and in the operating instructions should
be adhered to.
4 Follow Instructions—AII operating and other
instructions should be followed.
5 Water and Moisture—The appliance should
not be used near water—for example, near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in
a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
6 Carts and Stands—The appliance should be
used only with a cart or stand that is recommend-
ed by the manufacturer.
6A An appliance and cart
combination should be
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may
cause the appliance and
cart combination to over-
turn.
7 Wall or Ceiling—The appliance should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommend:-
ed by the manufacturer.
8 Ventilation—The appliance should be situated
so that its location or position does not interfere
with its proper ventilation. For example, the
appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa,
rag, or similar surface, that may. block the venti-
lation opening; or cabinet that may impede the
flow of air through the ventilation openings.
9 Heat—The appliance should be situated away
from heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or
appliances that produce heat. a
10. Power Sources—The appliance should be
connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the appliance.
11 Power-Cord Protection—Power: supply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched by items placed upon
or against them, paying particular attention to
cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the appliance.
12 Cleaning—The appliance should e cleaned
only as recommended by the manufacturer.
13 Lightning and Non-use Periods—For protec-
tion from power surges during a lighting strom,
or when the appliance is left unused for long
periods of time, the unit should be unplugged
form the wall outlet and desconnected from the
antenna or cable system.
14 Object and Liquid Entry—Care should be
taken so that objects do not fall into and liquids
are not spilled into the inside of the appliance.
15 Damage Requiring Service—The appliance
should be serviced by qualified service personnel
when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled
into the appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain, or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in per-
formance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the cabi-
net damaged.
16 Servicing—The user should not attempt to
service the appliance beyond those means des-
cribed in the operating instructions. All other
servicing should be referred to qualified service
personnel.
17 Power Lines—An outdoor antenna should
be located away from power lines.
18 Grounding or Polarization—The precautions
that should be taken so that the grounding or
polarization of an appliance is not defeated.
19 Outdoor Antenna Grounding—lf an outside
antenna or cable system is connected to the
appliance, be sure the antenna or cable system
is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built-up static charges.
No. 70-1984, provides information with respect
to proper grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size of grounding elec-
trodes, and requirements for the grounding
electrode.
Section 810 of the National Code, ANSI/NEPA
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING ACCORDING TO NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
INSTRUCTIONS (CONTAINED IN ARTICLE 810— RADIO AND TELEVISIÓN EQUIPMENT”)
—
Use No. 10 AWG (5.3mm?) copper, No.8
AWG (8.4mm?) aluminium, Na. 17 AWG
(a):
—
ces GROUND CLAMP SA [1.0mm?) copper-clad steel or bronze
dt TS y wire. or larger, as a ground wire.
Со Sg :
ue POWER LINES LZ) Dan. OFF INSULATIONS (b} (Dd): Secure antenna lead-in and ground wire
: má to house with stand-off insulators spaced
| from 4—86 feet (1.22— 1.83 rn) apart.
te]
SERVICE GROUND WIRE Ta) % a tc): Mount antenna discharge unit as closely
ENTRANCE ° i as possible to where lead-in enters
ANTENNA (d): Use jumper wire not smaller than No.
SERVICE ENTRANCE LEAD-IN WIRE 6 AWG (13:3mm?) copper, or the equiva-
EQUIPMENT - GROUND CLAMPS Ä lent when a separate antenna-grounding
GROUND € a | electrode is used. See NEC Section 810-21
ANTENNA Е
т DISCHARGE UNIT {c)
: ) GROUN
POWER SERVICE BONDING E WIRE (a, a To EXTERNAL ANTENNA
GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM JUMPER (d) us TERMINALS OF PRODUCT
(e.g. Interior metal water pipe) ? GROUND CLAMPS
OPTIONAL ANTENNA GROUNDING ELECTRODE
DRIVEN 8 FEET (2.44 m) INTO THE EARTH IF
REQUIRED BY LOCAL CODES SEE NEC SECTION
810-21 if)
SB1682
20 Speaker Connection—To reduce the risk of
shock or fire and prevent short circuits, strictly
follow the instructions for connecting speakers
described in this manual.
CAUTION: READ THIS B
1 To ensure the finest performance of this unit, please
read this manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for
future reference.
2 This unit is equipped with the newly developed
Active Servo Processing Speaker System. It is .not
designed for use with conventional speakers. Therefore,
do not attempt to connect other speakers than the
provided speakers, that is, YST-SC30 or YST-SC10.
3 Choose the installation location of this unit care-
fully. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight or close to a
source of heat. Also avoid locations subject to vibra-
tion and excessive dust, heat, cold or moisuture. Keep
it away from sources of hum such as transformers
and electric motors.
4 Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may over-
heat, possibly causing damage.
5 Never open the cabinet. If a foreign object drops
into the set, contact your dealer.
6 Do not place CD or other objects on top of this unit.
7 Do not use force on switches, knobs or cords.
When moving the set, first turn the unit off. Then gently -
disconnect the power plug. Never pull the cord itself.
8 Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical
solvents; this might damage the finish. use a clean,
dry cloth.
9 Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section
(See page 28.) on common operating errors before
concluding that this unit is faulty.
10 To prevent lightning damage, pull out the power
cord and remove the antenna cable during an electri-
cal storm.
vision reception.
11 The CD player in this unit generates and uses radio
frequency energy and if not installed and used proper-
ly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions, may cause interference to radio and tele-
the limits for a Class B computing
device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart
J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to pro-
vide reasonable protetion against such interference
in a residential installation.
‘However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this unit does
cause interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
‘the interference by one or more of the following
- measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna.
Relocate this unit with respect to the radio or
TV receiver. |
Move this unit away from the radio or TV
receiver .
Connect this unit to a different AC outlet so
that this unit and the radio or TV receiver are
on different electrical circuits.
If necessary, the user, should consult the dealer or
an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions. The user may find the followig booklet
prepared by the Federal Communications Commission
helpful:
ference problems.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No.
004- 000-00345-4.
It has been type tested and found
“How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Inter-
12 Never allow metallic items (e.g. screwdrivers, tools,
etc.) to come near the cassette deck's record/play-
back head assembly in this unit. Doing so may not
only scratch or damage the head's mirror-smooth
finish, it may change the magnetic charateristics of
the heads, causing a deterioration in reproduction
performance quality.
| 13 Although the cassette deck's record/playback heads
used in this unit are high quality heads with outstand-
ing reproduction characteristics, they can become
dirty through the use of old tapes or from dust ac-
; cumulation over time. This can have a serious effect
On reproduction quality. Clean the heads regularly with
, one of commonly available head cleaners or with
~ cleaning solutions.
- 14 Voltage Selector (Regular models only):
The voltage selector on the rear panel of this unit
must be set for your local mains voltage BEFORE
plugged in the AC mains supply.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel
only.
DANGER
Invisible laser radiation when open and
interlock failed or defeated.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
of procedures other than those specified herein
This compact disc
player is classified as
cLAgS 1 LaseRPRODUCT FI a CLASS 1 LASER
product.
The CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT label is
located on the rear
exterior.
Laser component in this product is capable of
emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class
1. | |
MAJOR DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
THE YST-C30 AND YST-C10
This instruction manual covers the operation of both
the YST-C30 and YST-C10 systems.
Items marked with a % refer to YST-C30 functions.
Items marked with a ww refer to YST-C10 functions.
All illustrations show the YST-C30.
7% YST-C10
x YST-C30
ACCESSORIES
Check to make sure that the following items are
included with your system:
(Included with the +* YST-C30/> YST-C10)
* +“ Remote control (VH34720)................... 1 pc.
* * AAA batteries (UM-4) ................. 2 pcs.
* Y AM Loop antenna .................e..eeeeneeeeees 1 pc.
* » FM Wire antenna (Regular, German
‘and Italian models only)... 1 pc.
xXx + Rod Antenna (USA. Canadian, Australian,
U.K. and European-except German and
Italian models oniy)...................enree. 1 pc.
x % Antenna holder (-ditto-) RE 1 pc.
* Yr Screws (-ditto- °) tear terete errr eea eran. 3 pcs.
ж % Connection wire (-ditto-).............. eee 1 pc.
* + Converter plug (U.K. and European
models Onlv)........…….……..…rireeemneennnnens 1 pc.
* % Speaker cables (with connectors). irreroes 2 pcs.
(Included with the + YST-C10 only)
ух Speaker attachment fittings 2 pcs.
Y SCrews .............. RE 4 pes.
SPEAKER PLACEMENT FOR YST-C30:;
By altering the speaker placement; you can tailor
the soundstage to match your individual listening
preferences. |
Two types of speaker placement are possible to
let you enjoy the unique characteristics of this
speaker system (YAMAHA YST-SC30) to the full.
(1) For the most expansive sound possible,
place the speakers so that the tweeters
are positioned near the outer edges (as in
the above illustration.) |
(2) For precisely focused sonic imaging,
place the speakers so that the woofers are
positioned near the outer edges.
ATTACHING AND REMOVING SPEAKERS (+: YST-C10 only)
E Speaker attachment
1. Attach the speaker attachment fittings to the speak-
ers using the screws provided as shown in the diagram.
o
“o
2. Align the speaker attachment fittings with the notches
in the sides of the unit as shown. First align the top
portion of the speaker attachment fitting with the notch
in the side of the unit, then the lower portion.
3. Slide the speakers downward until they snap
into place.
E Speaker removal |
Hold down the button on the side of the unit and
raise the speaker to disengage it.
Note: Take care not to bump or drop speakers.
@ Fold-out legs
Fold out the legs under the front panel if you wish
to tilt the unit slightly upwards.
Front panel a
CONNECTIONS
B ANTENNA CONNECTIONS
1. Connecting the AM loop antenna: | | 2. Connecting an outdoor AM antenna:
If good reception of radio broadcasts cannot be obtained with the included
| U.S.A., Canadian, Australian and Regular models | | antennas, use an outdoor antenna.
| | a Regarding setup and attachement of an outdoor antenna, inquire with your
Attach the included AM loop antenna to the rear panel. Use a Phillips- dealer.
head screwdriver to connect the antenna leads to the AM terminals. |
- AM antenna |
String an antenna approximately 15 meters (58.8 ft.) long and 7.5 meters
(27.5 ft) high either on your roof or above the ground using poles.
Connecting a ground lead will further increase sensitivity.
Notes: (1) in this case leave the loop antenna connected.
which might set of an explosion.
U.S.A., Canadian, Australian and Regular models |
AM loop antenna
U.K. and European models | | A
Attach the included AM loop antenna to 1
“the rear panel. If reception is poor
ANT no matter how the
=== АМ loop antenna
is positioned, try
AM loop tantenna (2) Do not attach the ground lead to a gas pipe. It could cause sparks.
revirsing the AM ter- N
minal connections.
| >» 15m (58.8 Н)
|
„то == = - |
! 7.5m
| CU | (27.5 ft)
| ~ | |
(1) (2) (3) U.K. and European models | AM loop antenna | | = NN
Open the levers of the Insert the antenna Close the levers. ANT 1 N A AAN
MW/LW and GND ter- leads into the holes | | |
minals. in the terminals. MW o
| LW
GND
FM
759
3. Connecting the included FM antenna:
| U.S.A., Canadian, Australian, and Regular models
Attach the included FM rod antenna to the rear panel. Use a Phillips-head screw-
driver to connect the antenna leads to the FM 750 termials.
ANT
Rod antenna
1} Lead antenna
5 (Regular models only)
U.K. and European models |
Insert the antenna plug into the center hole of the FM connector.
ANT
Rod antenna
3) Lead antenna MW
|] (German and ltalian models only) LW
GND
4. Attaching the rod antenna (U. S.A., Canadian, Australian, U.K. and European —
except German and ltalian — models only) |
Assemble the antenna holder, rod antenna and connecting lead as shown in the
diagram and affix them to the unit using the screws provided. Connect the other
end of the connecting lead to the FM 752 antenna terminal.
| Rod antenna ‘
Connecting lead Guide pin Attach the rod antenna here.
| Connect to FM 759 antenna terminal.
(U.K. and European models are connected to the FM connector.) |
5. Connecting an external EM antenna:
| U.S.A., Canadian, Australian, and Regular models
(D Attach 3009 parallel feeder antenna leads to the FM 300Q terminals.
(2) For a 75Q coaxial cable, connect the cable core to the FM 7542 terminal
~ and the braided conductor to the GND terminal.
ANT
Quidoor FM antenna
ANT parallel feeder
—
AM
Lcno= foma
FM
750 1
FM .
3000 750
— coaxial cable
| U.K. and European models
Connect the antenna leads to the included converter plug (75/3000) and
plug into the FM connector.
MW
Lw
END Outdoor FM antenna
750 IM
MWY 3000
MW {| Paraliet feeder
END {| ===) | |
7509 coaxial cable
Using the convertor plug {U.K. and European models):
® 3000 рагайе! feeder antenna cable 9 750 coaxial antenna cable
(1) Remove the insulation from the end of the cable (1) Press the end of the coaxial cable as shown in the — (6) Replace the cover.
to reveal about 15 mm (9/16) of the conductors illustration. | | | | |
and twist the exposed strands. В 752 coaxial cable
25m/m
3009 parallel feeder
15m/m
5m/m
(2) Loosen the screws on the converter plug and insert
the exposed feeder wires.
(9) Insert the end of the coaxial cable into the slip in
the pin as shown. Next, use a small pliers to crimp
the metal fitting so that is secures the braided insu-
lation.
m SPEAKER SYSTEM CONNECTIONS ® EXTRA SPEAKER CABLE ВЕ ® CONNECTING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
Wrap any extra speaker Connect the output terminals of external AV compo-
cable around the nents (such as the QUTPUT terminal of a radio-cassette
brackets provided. player or the AUDIO OUT terminals of a VCR) to the
AUX input terminals on the rear of the unit using pin
Right channel speaker | ae jack connector cables.
| | Notes:
| | | (1) Turn power to all components off before making
Connect the speakers attached to the main unit and | JU connections.
the rear panel speaker terminals using the speaker El (2) Take care not to reverse the (L) left and (R) right
cables provided. Plug the speaker cable connector into a channels when making connections.
the appropriate rear panel speaker terminal. Connect ; | | - =
the other end of the cable to the speaker as follows: 9 1 Heat dispersion AUX
connect the wire marked with a white line to the posi- panel
tive (+) terminal and the wire with no white line to | o
the negative (—) terminal. - _,
Take care not to reverse the (L) left and (R) right CES
channels when making connections. | |
о UNI To audio output
terminal marked
OUTPUT, AUDIO
OUT, REC OUT,
eic.
Feed the left channel speaker cable
through the guides as shown to prevent
it from coming into contact with the heat
dispersión panei.
Rear pane!
speaker terminals | + YST-C10 | * YST-C30
Left channel speaker Left channel speaker
————— SPEAKERS — ООН ESA RI :
® | O Press down on
lever with finger,
+ - - + insert exposed
- end of wire and
release.
f" BOMN/SPEAKER W
x GOMN/HUAT-PARLEUR ‘
Right channel
Left channel! speaker Wire marked with white line (+)
speaker
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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
REAR PANEL
(Uk. and European
models only
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P Antenna terminals —
AM (or MW/LW: U.K. and European models
- only) terminal
Ground terminal
FM752 terminal: U.S.A, Canadian, Australian
and Regular models only
FM300Q terminal: U.S.A, Canadian, Aus-
tralian and Regular models only
E Loop antenna
© Speaker terminals
@ BEAT CANCEL switch
© AUX input terminal
@ Memory reset button
To erase the entire contents of the memory
or if the display is not operating properly,
unplug the unit's AC power cord and hold
down this button for approximately one
minute,
€) AC power cord
© Brackets for excess speaker cable
E) Rod Antenna (except German, Italian and
Regular models)
O Voltage selector (Regular models only)
® AM frequency selector switch (Regular
models only)
10
Notes: (1) The display shows information appropriate to the operation selected.
(2) All illustrations show the YST-C30.
(3) The YST-C10 lacks the CD direct play buttons, BALANCE control and EQ REC button.
TIMER SECTION
TUNER/AMPLIFIER SECTION
(11)
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® TUNER/AMPLIFIER SECTION (See Fig. El)
§ Display (tuner section)
(1a) TUNING indicator
(1b) MEMO (MEMORY) indicator
(1c) AUTO tuning indicator
(1d) BAND indicator
(1e) Frequency display
(19 ST (STEREO) indicator
(19) STEREO (STEREO MODE) indicator
E Station selector buttons (See page 17.)
Press to select between the FM and AM (or MW/
LW: U.K. and European models only) bands.
(2a) MEMO (MEMORY) button . |
Press to record the currently tuned in station
frequency in memory.
(20) FM MODE button
Press to choose between the stereo and
monaural modes for FM broadcasts.
(20) AUTO TUNING button
Press this button followed by the TUNING
button to select stations automatically.
(2d) TUNING (UP, DOWN) buttons
Press the UP and DOWN buttons as appropri-
ate to tune in the desired station frequency.
(2e) FM button
(2f) AM (or MW and LW: U.K. and European models
only) button |
© Input selectors/indicators
“ Press the appropriate button to select between the
GD, TUNER, TAPE and AUX (external component)
input sources. When a button is pressed the cor-
responding indicator lights.
E) POWER switch
Press to turn power on. Press a second time to
turn power off.
Notes on Stand-by mode:
When the POWER switch of the unit or the POWER
button on the remote control transmitter is pressed
to turn off the power, the display panel remains
dimly lit.
~ To completely turn off the power, be sure to pull
out the power plug from the AC outlet.
& VOLUME knob/indicator (x YST-C30 only)
© DYNAMIC SOUND button/indicator
@ REMOTE CONTROL photo sensor
O Fold-out legs
— O GRAPHIC EQUALIZER sliders
@ BALANCE control slider (% YST-C30 only)
Use to adjust the balance of the left and right chan-
nels. The slider can usually be left in the center
“0" position.
O PHONES jack
E TIMER SECTION (See Fig. El)
() Timer setting buttons (See page 26.)
e a) TIMER button
Press the HOUR and MIN buttons as appropri-
ate while holding down this button to set the
timer ON time.
(1b) SLEEP button
Press the HOUR and MIN buttons as appropri-
ate while holding down this button to set the
sleep time.
(1c) CLOCK button |
Press the HOUR and MIN buttons as appropri-
ate while holding down this button to set cur-
rent time. This button is also used to switch
between the tape counter and current time
displays.
(1d) HOUR button
(1e) MIN button
@ Display (timer section)
(2a) AM, PM indicators (does not function on U.K.
and European models which use a 24-hour
time indication)
(2b) Time display
(2c) SLEEP indicator
(2d) TIMER indicator
© TIMER (TIMER/SLEEP) SET switch
@ TIMER MODE switch
TO CONFIRM TIMER SETTINGS
® Press the TIMER button to check the timer
ON setting.
~ ® Press the SLEEP button to check the sleep
time setting.
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CD PLAYER SECTION
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«& CD PLAYER SECTION (See Fig. El)
O) Direct play buttons (* YST-C30 only)
& CD display
(2a) PROG (PROGRAM) indicator
(2b) Track indicator
(2c) PLAY indicator
(2d) DO Pause indicator
(2e) TOTAL time indicator
(2f) REMAIN time indicator °
(2g) REPEAT indicator
(2h) INTRO indicator
(21) Playing time display
(2j) Music calendar
(2k) OVER indicator
& Disc holder
£ CD eject button
© CD play buttons
(5a) © (stop) button
Press to stop disc play.
Disc play stops automatically when the end of
the CD is reached. |
>, PLAY/REPEAT button
Press to play a CD. Press twice for repeat play.
(5¢) DISPLAY button
Press to change the piaying time display mode.
(5d) INTRO button
Press to initiate ‘the intro play function.
(5e) PAUSE button
| Press to stop disc play temporarily.
Play resumes when the Pc button is
pressed.
(Sb)
(51) - <</ad—D>/P> (skip/search) buttons
Use these buttons to start play from the begin-
ning of a specific track, to skip over a track
(or tracks) ‚or to search while paused.
O PROG (PROGRAM) button
@ SET button
O CLEAR button
& CHECK button
The above 3 — Y buttons are used for programmed
play.
m CASSETTE DECK SECTION (See Fig. El)
@ TAPE COUNTER RESET button
Press to reset the tape counter to “0000.”
& TAPE COUNTER CALL button
Press to switch the display from the current time
to the tape counter indication. Subsequent presses
toggle between TAPE A and TAPE B counter indica-
tions.
O Display (tape section)
(3a) Tape counter
@ Cassette holder (TAPE A)
© EJECT button (TAPE A)
© Operation buttons (TAPE A)
D (stop) button
<<1(rewind) button
< (play) button/DIRECTION indicator
— > (play) button/DIRECTION indicator
(fast forward) button
E TAPE A PLAY indicator
E) REC (recording) indicator
& DOLBY NR switch
{ EQ REC (equalizer recording) switch
(Xx YST-C30 oniy)
@ Operation buttons (TAPE B)
Same as € above.
O TAPE B PLAY indicator
(Blinks during PAUSE.)
49 REC (recording) button
Note: Press to make a recording.
The replay function (an editing function which
prevents the sound from being interrupted
when the-tape switches directions) is ac-
tivated when recording from CD.
& Cassette holder (TAPE B)
4 PAUSE button
® DUBBING button/indicator
14
REMOTE CONTROL
15
Notes: (1) The remote control may not work proper-
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
ly if there is anything blocking the photo
sensor. |
Do not bump or drop the remote con-
trol. Also take care not to get it wet
or leave it in excessively hot places.
The remote control may not work proper-
ly if the photo sensor is exposed to
direct sunlight or bright room lighting.
If this happens, alter the placement of
the light or the unit.
Commands from the remote control may
not register if it is used at the same
time as the infrared remote control unit
of another component or appliance.
The effective range of the remote con-
trol extends approximately 20° to the
right and left of a straight line perpen-
dicular to the photo sensor.
The optimum distance is anywhere
between approximately 30 cm (11-
13/16") — 6 m (23.6 ft.) from the sensor.
Never connect (short) the (+) and (—)
terminals directly with a metal piece, |
wire etc.
When inserting batteries align their (+)
and (—) poles as indicated in the battery
compartment.
_ CD buttons
o =
_ (forward direction) J
>/C Play/repeat
0 Stop
Il Pause
Kaa Skip/search
(reverse direction)
PPP Skip/search
(forward direction)
<1 Play
(reverse direction)
>> Fast forward
(forward direction)
«<Fast forward
(reverse direction)
О Stop
(REC (record) |
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buttons
CD (1 —10, +10) Direct
track selector buttons
TUNER (1-20): Program
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TAPE 2 [APE
TUNER button
BAND/MODE button
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VOLUME buttons
POWER button
AUX (external component
input) button
as REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
The remote control is capable of performing the follow-
ing functions:
Input selector: Switching between CD, TAPE, TUNER
and AUX (external component) input
CD: Play/Repeat, skip, search, direct track selec-
tion, pause and stop
TUNER: Program selection, band (FM/AM or FM/MW/
LW: U.K. and European models only) switch-
ing and mode (monaural/stereo) switching
TAPE: Play, fast forward, record and stop
VOLUME: Up and down
POWER: ON/OFF
®@ REMOTE CONTROL NUMERIC KEYPAD
CD: Press the button corresponding to the num-
ber of the desired track to start play directiy
from that track. For tracks 10 and above
the [+10] key is used. For example, to
select track 15 you would press [ + 10] fol-
lowed by [5].
TUNER: The number keys function as preset sta-
| tion selector buttons. Up to 20 FM stations
can be preset in memory. The following
method is used both for setting and recall-
ing stations:
1/11 Press once for preset station number 1
Press twice for preset station number 11
2/12 Press once for preset station number 2
a. Press twice for preset station number 12
10/20 Press once for preset station number 10
Press twice for preset station number 20
Up to 10 AM (or MW/LW: U.K. and European models
only) stations can be preset in memory.
(MW/LW stations can be assigned to any of numbers
from 1 to 10 as you see fit.)
Remote control |
The effective range of the remote
control extends approximately 20°
to the right and left of a straight line
perpendicular to the photo sensor.
The optimum distance is anywhere
between approximately 30 cm (11-
13/16”) — 6 m (23.6 ft.) from the sensor
@ BATTERY INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT
When the remote control operating distance becomes
short, the batteries are weak. Replace the old batter-
ies with new ones.
Incorrect use of a batterie may cause leakage or an
explosion. Be careful of the following items:
1. Replace only with “AAA (UM-4) batteries.
2. Do not use an old battery with a new one.
3. Do not use different kinds of batteries (alkaline,
heavyduty, manganese, Ni-Cd, etc.) at the same
time. |
4. In case of leakage, wipe off the electrolyte in the
battery compartment completely before installing
new batteries.
(1) Remove the rear cover as shown.
(2) Insert new batteries.
(3) Replace the rear cover.
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VOLUME AND TONE ADJUSTMENTS
B ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
Turn the volume knob to adjust the volume.
Makes volume softer Makes volume louder
VOLUME
E indicator L
(* YST-C30 only) J
E LISTENING AT LOW VOLUME
Press the DYNAMIC SOUND button.
This causes the low and high frequencies to be adjust-
ed to create plenty of listening excitement even at
low volume levels.
Note: All graphic equalizer sliders should be set to
“0” when using the DYNAMIC SOUND button.
8B ADJUSTING THE VOLUME USING THE REMOTE
CONTROL
Press the UP and DOWN VOLUME buttons as ap-
propriate. The volume increases when UP is pressed
and decreases when DOWN is pressed.
Notes: (1) Hold the button down and the volume con-
~~ tinues to change.
(2) On the main unit, the VOLUME indicator
(# YST-C30 only) blinks and the VOLUME
knob moves automatically.
B® LISTENING WITH HEADPHONES
Plug the headphones into the PHONES jack.
Notes: (1) Use headphones with an impedance of 8 —
320 and equipped with a mini-plug 3.5 mm
(2/8) in diameter.
(2) No signal is output to the speakers when
headphones are connected.
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B ADJUSTING THE TONE |
Use the graphic equalizer sliders to adjust the tone.
Move a slider up or down as appropriate to adjust
the frequencies close to the slider's center frequency.
(Move the slider up to emphasize the sound and down
to attenuate it.)
The graphic equalizer functions as follows:
* On the YST-C10, it functions only during play.
* On the YST-C30, it functions during recording
as well if the EQ REC button is in the ON
position.
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
7 100Hz 7 5004, 7 2kH 7 10kH 7
* YST-C30 only
LISTENING TO RADIO BROADCAST
For Regular models: Before attempting to tune in
stations set the AM frequency selector switch on the
rear panel to the 9 kHz or 10 kHz position as appropri-
ate for your area.
MEMO) FM AUTO TUNI NG
MODE TUNING О
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(U.K. and European models only)
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E AUTO STATION SELECTION
The auto station selection function scans the available
bands and stops when it comes to a frequency on which
a signal is being broadcast. The tuned in station frequency
or channel number appears on the display. (See page 30,
“SPECIFICATIONS.”)
Press the POWER switch.
Press the TUNER button.
Choose a band:
* FM: to listen to FM broadcasts
* AM (or MW: U.K. and European models oniy):
to listen to AM broadcasts
* LW: to iisten to long wave broadcasts
(U.K. and European models oniy)
To listen to an FM broadcast, press the FM MODE
button. The stereo mode indicator lights. When a stereo
broadcast is being received the ST (STEREO) indicator
lights.
Press the auto tuning button followed by either the
UP or DOWN TUNING button. The tuner searches
for a station and stops automatically when it finds
one.
DOWN: Freguency decreases UP: Frequency increases
AUTO - e
TUNING DOWN
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Notes: (1) To continue searching for another station,
press one of the TUNING buttons again.
(2) In the stereo mode the STEREO (STEREO
MODE) indicator lights. If a FM station is
tuned in, the ST (STEREO) indicator lights
when a stereo broadcast is being received.
(3) When a station has been tuned in the TUNING
indicator lights and auto search stops.
E MANUAL STATION SELECTION |
Press on the UP or DOWN TUNING buttons when the
AUTO indicator is not lit to move one frequency step at a
“time in the desired direction. This operation is called manual
station selection.
® The station frequency display
Remains when an input selector other than TUNER has
been selected. Nevertheless, station selection will not
operate in this condition. Always press the TUNER button
before attempting station selection. |
E PROGRAMMING THE MEMORY
Select a broadcast using “AUTO STAT ION SELEC-
TION ” STEPS @ — @ .
Press the MEMO button followed by the remote
indicators blink.
Press the MEMO button a second time. The PRO-
GRAM indicator now remains lit continuously.
Repeat STEPS Y — @ above to preset other stations.
Up to 20 FM stations and 10 AM (or MW/LW: U.K. and
- European models only) stations (a total of 30 stations)
can be preset.
® Changing the stations programmed in memory
Follow STEPS O — 6 above to program a new station.
The old station is erased automatically.
8 SELECTING A PRESET STATION
Choose a band (the remote control BAND/MODE
‘button can also be used):
* FM: to listen to FM broadcasts
* AM (or MW: U.K. and European models only)
lo listen to AM broadcasts |
* LW: to listen to long wave broadcasts (U.K. and
European models only)
Press the button corresponding to the desired
preset number.
9 Listening to FM stereo broadcasts
Press the FM MODE button. The STEREO (STEREO
MODE) indicator lights.
The FM mode can also be preset when the station is
programmed.
Note: When listening to very weak stations in the stereo
mode, the muting function may sometimes make
them inaudible.
control program key. The MEMO and PROGRAM |
NOTES ABOUT HANDLING COM PACT
DISCS
9 This compact-disc player is designed only for reproduc-
tion of compact discs bearing the di$8 mark. Never at-
tempt to load any other type of disc into the unit. The
unit will also play 8 em (3 inch) compact discs.
® To remove a disc from its storage case, open the case
and then press down at the center; with a finger through
the center hole and the outer edges held as shown in
the illustration, lift the disc out carefully.
® Always handle the disc with care so that its surface is
not scratched.
® Compact discs are not subjected to wear during play,
but damage to the disc surface when the disc is being
handled can adversely affect the disc’s play.
e Compact discs are not affected by small particles of dust
or fingerprints on their playing surface, but even so they
should be kept clean. Wipe by using a clean, dry cloth.
Do not wipe with a circular motion; wipe straight outward
from the center.
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e Do not try to clean the disc's surface by using any type
of disc cleaner, record spray, anti-static spray or liquid,
or any other chemical-based liquid, because such sub-
stances might irreparaly damage the disc's surface.
‚ ® Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperature
or high humidity for a long period of time, because these
might warp of otherwise damage the discs.
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\YING COMPACT DISCS
= PLAY AND BASIC OPERATIONS
First turn the POWER switch on.
1 Press the CD button. The CD display lights.
CD pay blinks.
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Press the A
button. Insert a CD.
Close the cover.
— The number of tracks on the
CD and the total playing time
are displayed.
The numbers on the music
calendar corresponding to the
number of tracks on the CD
light.
-—After approximately four
seconds “01” is displayed
along with the playing time for
the first track.
CD dispiay blinks,
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(Example) 12 tracks
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(Example) 12 tracks
| PAUSING PLAY
Press the PAUSE button. Play pauses at the point at which the
button was pressed.
Press the Pc (play/repeat) button to resume play.
| STOPPING PLAY
Press the © button.
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Notes: (1) In order to eject a CD which is still playing, first
press the © button. Once you have made sure
that play has stopped, press the &
button.
(2) Playing CDs may cause interference with nearby
tuners or TV sets. This is the liable to happen
particularly with tuners or TV sets which use an
indoor antenna. Switching to an outdoor antenna
is recommended.
(3) Exposing the unit to bumps or vibrations may
cause skipping during playback. Some CDs con-
taining very loud sections may also be prone to
skipping. Should this problem occur, lower the
volume,
(4) Do not press the <=
ÉS button while a CD is playing.
Press the c>/a (play/repeat)
button.
— The E> indicator blinks while
the player searches for the
beginning of the first track.
— The E> indicator lights con-
tinuously when the beginning
of the first track is located. The
elapsed playing time for the
current track is also displayed.
—After the playback of the last
track no. has finished the music
calendar display goes out.
—When the track finishes play-
ing, its number goes out.
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Play indicator
blinks.
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Current track elapsed
playing time
Track three is
in play.
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E PROGRAMMING TRACKS
This function is for listening to selected tracks in the order
of your choice.
o CLEAR o
Load a CD by following “PLAY
AND BASIC OPERATIONS”
(Example)
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STEPS @ - @ | ——e""
(Exampie)
Blinking.
When the CD is not in play, |
press the PROG button. BEN. mAh
—A track number display iden- — ¡E ES ны
tical to the music calendar A
appears, blinking. |
Blinking.
(Example)
Blinking.
Press a direct play button to
select a track number. y —
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* For the YST-C10, use the |“ 3 7 ¿GU 7
remote control keys. A
* Forthe YST-C30, use either
the main unit control panel
or the remote control keys.
(Exampie) Blinks when
track five is selected.
Press the SET button.
Repeat STEPS @ — @ as
many times as necessary to
program the desired track
sequence in memory (up to a
maximum of 20 tracks).
æ PROGRAM PLAY
(Example)
Blinking.
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| 3
| |
Lights.
Number in program
sequence.
Press the t>/c (play/repeat) button. The programmed track
sequence is played in order.
Note: Pressing the wa or m4 button during play causes
play to continue at the beginning of the next (or
current) track.
TO CHECK THE ORDER OF TRACKS
When the CD is not in play, press the CHECK button.
(Example) Display when the track sequence 5-9-7 has been programmed.
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Blinks when track is
in play.
Number of {racks
on disc
Notes: (1) If the CHECK button is pressed during play or
when play is paused, the number of the next
track to be played i is displayed for approximately
two seconds.
(2) If the CHECK button is pressed when the last
track in the sequence is in play, “End” is dis-
played.
| CANCELING THE CURRENT PROGRAM
Press the CLEAR button when the disc is not playing (and
the PROG indicator is lif). All programmed tracks are
canceled.
Notes: (1) Press the CLEAR button during programming
(when the PROG indicator is blinking) to cancel
only the last track programmed.
(2) Tracks can be neither programmed hor canceled
during play or when play is paused.
E SEARCHING FOR A PARTICULAR PASSAGE
WHILE LISTENING TO THE MATERIAL ON THE
DISC AT HIGH SPEED (SEARCH)
1. Press the PAUSE button during play.
2. Press the <a or >> button.
3. Press ther>/a(play/repeat) button at the place you wish
to listen to. Play begins.
DISPLAY INTRO
® How the search function operates
When search commences, playback is at twice normal
speed for approximately two seconds, then switching to
15 times normal speed. Output continues at reduced
volume during the search to assist you in finding the
desired place on the disc.
® “End” display
if the end of the disc is reached during search opera-
tion, “End” appears in the display. Should this happen,
press the 4<4<<tor 5 button. |
Note: The search function does not operate during pro-
gram play or intro play.
s LISTENING FROM THE BEGINNING OF A DESIRED
TRACK (SKIP)
1. When the CD is not playing, press the sa (to move
to a lower track number) or >> key (to move to a
higher track number) as appropriate to move to
the desired track.
2. Press the Pc (play/repeat) button Play begins.
DISPLAY INTRO
& &
PAUSE
D>/ DIA
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e To skip over more than one track
Press the 1 or >> key as appropriate as many times
as necessary. Play will begin from the track number
displayed.
E LISTENING FROM A SPECIFIC TRACK (DIRECT
PLAY)
Press one of the direct play buttons on the remote control
or on the control panel. The track selected starts playing.
# On the YST-C10, use the direct play buttons on the re-
mote control.
* On the YST-C30, use the direct play buttons on the re-
mote control or on the control panel.
® REPEAT PLAY
| REPEATING THE ENTIRE DISC |
Pressthe >/G (play/repeat)button
twice. The REPEAT indicator lights.
After the last track finishes playing, pu Zo |
>
Lights.
play continues with the very first
track.
| REPEATING A PROGRAMMED SEQUENCE OF TRACKS|
| 1 Follow the instructions under “PROGRAMMING
TRACKS” (See page 19.) to program a single track
or as many as you desire.
Press the>>/< (play/repeat) button twice. The REPEAT
indicator lights.
Note: After the last track in the sequence finishes play-
ing, play continues with the very first track.
| STOPPING REPEAT PLAY |
Press the t>/« (play/repeat) button. The REPEAT indicator
goes out.
Note: Normal play continues.
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a LISTENING TO THE FIRST PART OF EACH TRACK
ON THE DISC (INTRO PLAY)
This function enables the first 15 seconds of each track
on the CD to be played automatically.
Press the INTRO button. The INTRO indicator lights.
— Intro play begins, starting with the first track on the disc.
(After the first 15 seconds is played, intro play continues
with the next track on the disc, and so on until the last
track is reached.)
Lights
(Example)
Notes:
(1) Play stops automatically after the beginning of the last
track on the disc has been played.
(2) Intro play and repeat play cannot be combined.
[ STOPPING INTRO PLAY |
Press the I>/< (play/repeat) button.
—Fhe INTRO indicator goes out and normal play continues.
E PROGRAMMING THE MEMORY DURING INTRO
PLAY (INTRO PROGRAM SELECTION)
You can select tracks for the programmed memory
sequence as you listen to them.
1 Press the INTRO button.
Intro play begins.
Blinks:
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Number of track in play blinks.
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LEO
7) Press the PROG button.
Playing time of programmed track
Programmed track
Number in
sequence
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$/ While a track you wish to program is'playing, press the
Y SET button.” 799 | > Paying.
Notes: (1) Intro play continues with the next track after
the SET button is pressed.
(2) Play stops automatically after the beginning of
the last track on the disc has been played.
(3) The >7/a (play/repeat) button has no effect
when the intro program function is operating.
| STOPPING INTRO PROGRAM SELECTION ||
Press the © button.
—The INTRO indication goes out and intro program selec-
tion stops. The programmed track numbers remain in
memory.
B DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
The display time indication changes as follows when the
DISPLAY button is pressed.
[WHEN NO CD IS PLAYING CT
The playing time of each track is displayed. Press the
4/33 Of pp button to change the number of the
track being displayed.
Remaining time indication
(Example)
If track seven is 2 minutes and 58 mb
seconds long: =
—The playing time of the in-
dividual track is displayed.
FM wy
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Total time indication
|
(Example) 8 (07 Zen
If the amount of time from the дни | Semcon
beginning of the CD to the end
of track seven is 26 minutes and
30 seconds:
—The total playing time from the
beginning of the CD to the end
. of track seven is displayed.
| (Example)
[ DURING PLAY — | |
If eight seconds have elapsed
since the beginning of track two:
—The elapsed time for the track
in play is displayed.
(Example) |
If 2 minutes and 58 seconds re-
main before the end of track two:
~—The remaining time of the in-
dividual track is displayed.
(Example)
If 41 minutes remain before the
end of the CD:
—The total playing time from the
current point on the disc to the
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end is displayed.
| DISCS CONTAINING MORE THAN 20 TRACKS |
от “OVER” is displayed.
(Example) =
[_ x
Mu
OVER
Notes:
(1) The playing times listed on the cases of some CDs may
not include the gaps between tracks. This can sometimes
give rise to discrepancies between the time listed on
the case and the time appearing on the display.
(2) No time indication will appear in the following cases
! a CD containing more than 20 tracks is loaded.
. If a track number higher than 20 is displayed when |
the CD is not playing.
2. If you try to display the remaining time while a track
number higher than 20 is playing.
3. If a track number higher than 20 is programmed in
the memory sequence. (There is also no time display
if the total playing time of the programmed tracks
exceeds 100 minutes.) -
There are many different types of cassette tapes available,
however, they all conform to standard specifications soany
brand may be used with the deck.
Note: However, YAMAHA does not recommend the use
of 120 minute length cassettes since the extreme
~ thinness of the tape makes them susceptible to mech-
nical and recording problems.
® Protecting your recordings
All cassette tapes are provided with erasure prevention
holes to prevent accidental erasure of recorded contents.
There is a small tab covering the hole on each cassette,
and it should be broken off after recording a tape.
Without this tab covering the hole, it is impossible to
record onto that tape. Thus, you can safely protect a
recording for as long as you wish without fear of ac-
cidental erasure. Should you wish to use a cassetie tape
protected in this way for recording, simply covering the
hole with adhesive tape will permit erasure and re-
recording.
OUT HANDLING CASSETTE TAPES
e Taking up slack in the tape
As a precaution against tape entangiement and damage,
before inserting cassettes into this unit, move any slack
in the tape. This is accomplished by inserting a pencil,
pen or similar object into one of the spools and gently
winding if until all the slack is removed. You do not have
to wind it too tightly. Be careful not to touch the tape
part itself. It is very delicate and touching it may damage
the tape and its recorded contents.
Tape slack
Storing cassettes
After putting a cassette tape back into its case, store
in a location away from exposure to direct sunlight,
humidity, high temperatures, and magnetic fields (away
from television sets, speakers, etc.). High temperatures
and humidity will damage the tape itself, while exposure
to magnetic fields may cause a loss of recorded material.
Avoid touching the tape surface with your fingers, since
dirt or finger oil will contaminate the deck's heads.
CASSETTE TAPE PLA
First set the POWER switch to ON.
Y
Press the TAPE button.
Press the TAPE A or the TAPE B EJECT button. Insert
a cassette and close the door of the cassette holder.
Move the TAPE selector switch to the appropriate
position. |
CrO2/METAL (PB) | Position for metal and chrome tapes
NORM Position far normal tapes
Notes: (1) The TAPE selector switch affects both TAPE A
and TAPE B.
(2) Metal tapes can be used only for playback.
Move the DOLBY NR switch to the appropriate posi-
tion.
Note: Set to ON to record using the Doiby NR system
(Dolby B).
Move the REVERSE MODE selector switch to the
appropriate position.
—— Валь
= | Plays one side only.
< | Plays both sides. |
(> | Plays both sides repeatedly.
Note: If cassettes are inserted in both the TAPE A and
TAPE B holders, continuous play
(TAPE A— TAPE By) is possible only if the REVERSE
MODE switch is set to D .
(See page 23 “REVERSE MODE AND CONTINU-
OUS PLAY")
5 Press the <a or t> button of the deck in which the
cassette to be played is inserted. Play begins.
| е [==
Play begins from the
front side (side A)
Play begins from the
back side (side B)
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| STOPPING TAPE PLAY
Press the G button.
Notes: (1) Do not press more than one control button at
once, as it could cause the unit to malfunction.
(2) Press buttons slowly and firmly. If the deck does
not respond correctly, try pressing the button
again.
E SEARCHING FOR THE BEGINNING OF A SELEC-
TION (FIND BEGINNING PLAY) |
You can skip from the selection in play to the beginning
of the selection immediately preceding or following it.
(Operation is the same for both TAPE A and TAPE B.)
(D When the front side (side A) is in play:
Press to skip to beginning of
next selection.
Press to skip back to beginning
of selection currently in play.
(2) When the back side (side B) is in play:
Ÿ
Press to Skip back to beginning
of selection currently in play.
Press to skip to beginning of
next selection.
a SKIPPING BACK TO THE BEGINNING OF THE
SELECTION CURRENTLY IN PLAY
® Skipping by pressing the fast forward button correspond-
ing to the direction of tape play |
Press once to skip one selection ahead.
Press twice to skip two selections ahead.
Press three times to skip three selections ahead.
Press four times to skip one selection ahead.
(and so on)
e Skipping by pressing the fast forward button opposite
the direction of tape play |
Press once to skip to beginning of current selection
Press twice to skip one selection back.
Press three times to skip two selections-back.
Press four times to skip to beginning of current selec-
tion. (and so on)
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Notes on the skip function:
(1) The skip functions works by detecting blank spaces of
about 4 seconds length between selections on the tape.
Therefore, in case of the following the skip function
might not work properly. ВЕ |
1. If there is conversation, narration or sound between
selections.
2. If the overall recording level of a selection is too low
{sound is too low). ' | о
3. If the blank space between selections is 3 seconds
or less. |
4. If selections contain very low passages (very low
volume) of music, long breaks or unrecorded parts.
5. If there is noise or hum between selections.
(2) If you try to skip from the very beginning or end of a
selection, the tape might not stop at the next or previous
selection.
E FAST FORWARD/REWIND
Press the >> or <a button when the tape is stopped.
Press the © button when the point on the tape you wish:
to listen to is reached. |
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Press to wind tape onto the reel
Press to wind tape onto the reel
on the left. on the right.
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E REVERSE MODE AND CONTINUOUS PLAY
Continuous play is possible if cassettes have been inserted
in both the TAPE A and TAPE B cassette holders.
The following repeat modes can be accessed by using the
REVERSE MODE switch. | |
1. If tape play switches from TAPE A to TAPE B or from
TAPE B to TAPE A, play automatically commences on
the new cassette in the direction indicated by whichever
DIRECTION indicator is lit. |
2. You can set the REVERSE MODE switch either before
or during play. | |
3. if the REVERSE MODE switch is set to <> , play will
continue indefinitely or until the © button is pressed.
| CONTINUQUS PLAY USING BOTH TAPE A AND TAPEB |
VE Insert cassettes in both the TAPE A and TAPE B
cassette holders. — .
Set the REVERSE MODE switch to œ> .
Press one of the buttons.
e If the button of TAPE A is pressed:
TAPE A
TAPE A
(Repeat play)
® If the <0 button of TAPE A is pressed:
TAPE A TAPE B
{Repeat play)
Note: The procedure is the same for TAPE B.
RECORDING
s RECORDING FM/AM OR FM/MW/LW (U.K. AND
EUROPEAN MODELS ONLY) BROADCASTS
Press the TUNER input selector button.
Tune in a station on the radio. (See page 18.)
Note:
Insert a cassette tape in the TAPE B cassette
holder.
Make sure the erasure prevention tab for the side
to be recorded is not broken off.
Note:
Move the DOLBY NR switch to the appropriate
position.
Set to ON to record using the Dolby NR system
(Dolby B).
Note:
Move the TAPE selector switch to the appropriate
position.
CrO2/METAL (PB) | Position for chrome tapes
NORM Position for normal tapes
Metal tapes can not be used for recording.
Move the REVERSE MODE selector switch to the
appropriate position.
—
Ear
Records one side only.
=) Records both sides.
Press the REC (record) button. The REC indicator
lights.
recording direction. Recording begins.
| TO TEMPORARILY PAUSE RECORDING |
To temporarily pause recording, press the PAUSE button.
Tape stops at the point where PAUSE was pressed.
To recommence recording, press the button correspond-
ing to the recording direction.
| TO STOP RECORDING - |
Press the al button.
| TO MONITOR THE SIGNAL BEING RECORDED |
You can listen to the signal being recorded through the |
speakers or with headphones. Use the VOLUME knob to
adjust the listening volume.
Press the < or button, depending on the
E RECORDING FROM CD
Press the CD input selector button.
Note:
Insert the disc you wish to record.
You can tailor the tracks to be recorded by pro-
gramming the track playing sequence. (See page
19.)
Insert a cassette tape in the TAPE B cassette
holder.
Notes: (1) Metal tapes can not be used for recording.
(2) Make sure the erasure prevention tab for the
side to be recorded is not broken off.
Note:
Move the DOLBY NR switch to the appropriate
position. |
Set to ON to record using the Dolby NR system.
Note:
Move the TAPE selector switch to the appropriate
position.
CrO2/METAL (PB)
NORM
Position for chrome tapes
Position for normal tapes
Metal tapes can not be used for recording.
Move the REVERSE MODE selector switch to the
appropriate position.
—Í]
rn
Records one side only.
=>) Records both sides.
Press the REC (record) button. The REC indicator
lights. The TAPE B PLAY indicator blinks (pause
mode).
Note:
Press the CD >/G (play/repeat) button.
Tape recording begins approximately two seconds
before the CD begins playing. The tape side cor-
responding to the lit DIRECTION indicator is record-
ed.
If you wish to record both cassette sides, begin
recording with side A.
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| TO TEMPORARILY PAUSE RECORDING |
Press the tape PAUSE button.
Recording pauses but disc play continues.
To recommence recording, press the = button correspond-
ing to the recording direction.
Note: The cassette deck automatically switches to the
pause mode if CD play is stopped or paused.
| TO STOP RECORDING | |
Press the tape G (stop) button.
E RECORDING FROM AN EXTERNAL COMPONENT
Recording from an external component connected to the
AUX input jacks on the rear panel is possible.
Press the AUX input selector button.
Insert a cassette tape in the TAPE B cassette
holder.
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Notes: (1) Metal tapes can not be used for recording.
(2) Make sure the erasure prevention tab for the
side to be recorded is not broken off.
Move the DOLBY NR switch and REVERSE MODE
selector switch to the appropriate positions. (See
page 24.)
Turn on the external component and get it ready
to begin play.
Press the REC (record) button. The REC indicator
lights.
Press the < or > button corresponding to the
desired recording direction. Recording begins.
| TO TEMPORARILY PAUSE RECORDING a
Press the tape PAUSE button. To recommence recording
press the > button corresponding to the recording direction.
[TO STOP RECORDING |
Press the tape © (stop) button.
TAPE EDITING (DUBBING)
You can make copies from the TAPE A cassette to the
TAPE B cassette.
® Before starting tape editing
1. Press the TAPE COUNTER CALL button to switch the
display to tape counter indication.
2. Press the TAPE COUNTER RESET button to reset
the counter to “0000.” This will be useful when you
rewind the tape later.
Insert cassette tapes in the TAPE A and TAPE B
cassette holders.
Notes: (1) Use the same type of tape for both the play-
back and recording sides.
(2) Metal tapes can not be used for recording.
Press the TAPE button.
Move the TAPE selector switch to the appropriate
position.
CrO2/METAL (PB) | Position for chrome tapes
NORM Position for normal tapes
Move the REVERSE MODE selector switch to the
appropriate position.
a Records one side only.
= Records both sides.
Press the DUBBING button. Indicator lights. Dub-
bing from TAPE A to TAPE B commences.
Notes: (1) Dubbing begins from the side indicated by the
lit DIRECTION indicator.
(2) TAPE A and TAPE B stop together when dub-
bing is finished.
(3) If you stop either TAPE A or TAPE B before the
end of the tape, both TAPE A and TAPE B
stop together.
(4) To stop dubbing in mid course, press either
the TAPE A or TAPE B © (stop) button. TAPE
A and TAPE B stop together.
& IF THE TAPES IN THE PLAY AND THE RECORD
SIDES ARE OF DIFFERENT LENGTHS
1. Recording only one side:
Both tape transports stop automatically when the end
of the shorter tape is reached.
2. Recording both sides:
When the end of one of the tapes is reached, it reverses.
The longer tape continues in the same direction.
3. When recording with a tape in TAPE A shorter than that
in TAPE B, be sure to set the REVERSE MODE switch
to Tor => . (If it is set to >
indefinitely.)
® USING DIFFERENT TAPE TYPES FOR TAPE A AND
TAPE B
Set the TAPE SELECTOR switch to match the TAPE B tape
type. Note that the resulting recording will be affected as
follows.
Norma! tape Crome tape
TAPE SELECTOR switch position
TAPE
NORM Cr On/METALIPS}
USING THE TIM
, recording will continue
High frequencies muted.
Metal/chrome tape Normal tape
TAPE SELECTOR switch position
TAPE
NORM Creep
High frequencies exaggerated.
Notes: (1) If the PAUSE button is pressed during dubbing,
both TAPE A and TAPE B pause together. Press
the DUBBING button to resume dubbing.
(2) Press the OO button to stop dubbing.
(3) The following takes place automatically during
dubbing. |
Dolby NR on
Dolby NR on
Dolby NA off
Dolby NR off
ER
| SETTING THE CURRENT TIME |
1. “AM12:00" (or "00:00" for U.K. and European models)
appears on the current time display when the unit is
first plugged in.
2. The timer cannot be used unless the current time has
been set.
3. First, press the CLOCK button to start the clock.
Notes: (1) The timer display is as follows:
U.S.A., Canadian and Regular models use an
“AM/PM” display.
“AM 12:00” = midnight
“PM 12:00" =noon
U.K. and European models use an “00:00” 24-
hour display.
(2) If you make a mistake or need to reset the time,
start the setting procedure again frorn the begin-
ning.
(3) In case of power failure, the time is erased from
the unit's memory.
When power is restored, the time display blinks
to indicate that it requires resetting.
Setting the hour:
Hold down the CLOCK button and press the HOUR
button. Press once to advance one hour, twice for
two hours, etc.
CLOCK HOUR MIN
Ш
Setting the minute:
Hold down the CLOCK button and press the MIN
button. Press once to advance one minute, twice
for two minutes, etc.
CLOCK H
OUR MIN
Tl
Starting the clock:
Hold down the CLOCK button and press and release
the MIN button at the point at which you want the
clock to start (0 second).
CLOCK HOUR MIN
LU ©
Notes: (1) The time display advances one minute and the
clock starts from the O second point.
(2) Do not take more than one minute to set the
clock. If more than one minute elapses, the
minute display will advance.
[ SLEEP TIMER — | ]
By setting the sleep timer, you can listen to the CD player,
cassette deck or radio and have them shut off automatically
after a specified period of time.
Select the source you wish to listen to:
Press the appropriate input selector button to
prepare the source for play.
Setting the sleep timer:
Hold down the SLEEP button and press the HOUR
and MIN buttons as required to set the time.
TIMER SLEEP
On
CLOCK HOUR MIN
Setting advances as follows:
Each time the HOUR button is pressed:
7 >? — >3 >0 —
Each time the MIN button is pressed, the MINUTE
display proceeds at 15-minute interval.
Oo 15 30 45
Note: If only the SLEEP button is pressed, the sleep
timer is set to one hour automatically.
Power shuts off automatically when the set time
has elapsed.
Notes: (1) Even after the sleep timer has been set, if you
set the timer and press the TIMER set button,
you can wake up to music the next morning.
(See page 27.)
(2) When the sleep timer is operating, you can
check the time remaining by pressing the
SLEEP button.
(9) Press the POWER switch once to turn off the
sieep function. (The sleep indicator goes out
on the first press.) The power turns off on
the second press.
Regarding the wake up timer operation, see
page 27.
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| WAKE UP TIMER (TIMER PLAY) AND TIMER RECORDING |
Note: First set the POWER switch to ON and check that the current time is accurate before setting the timer.
CD player
After pressing the
CD button, load the
disc you wish to
listen to. (See page
19.)
Tuner
After pressing the
TUNER button, tune
in the channel you
wish to listen to.
(See page 18.)
TIMER PLAY
Cassette deck
After pressing the
TAPE button, insert
the cassette you wish
to listen to and wind
the tape to the begin-
While holding down
the TIMER button, use
the HOUR and MIN
buttons to set the
time.
о O 900
| RF
Set the TIMER MODE
switch to PLAY.
By pressing the TIMER
SET switch, the power
turns to OFF.
The TIMER indicator
ED) lights.
Note: To continue play-
back, set the sleep
timer. (See page
CD play commences.
Tuner play commences.
Tape play commences
from the tape position
Press the POWER
switch twice.
26.) selected.
ning of the desired
selection. (See page
22.)
© Типег |
A| After pressing the To record a broadcast Set the TIMER MODE Recording commences.
El TUNER button, insert while you are away, switch to REC. Note: Remove the cas-
8 the tape to be record- first turn the power on sette from the
|| edinthe TAPEB cas- to confirm that the ee holder when timer
æ| sette holder and tune station is being CC) recording has
| in the desired chan- received correctly. > finished.
El nel. (See page 18.) |
® Timer memory e Turning the timer off 3. During timer recording, the player shuts off auto-
Unless power is interrupted or the AC cord is unplugged, 1. Press the TIMER SET switch a second ti time. The timer matically after 60 minutes even if the tape is less
the last timer setting remains in memory until a new indicator goes out. (The timer can also be turned off than 60 minutes long. If the tape is longer than 60
time is set. by pressing the POWER switch a second time.) minutes, the player shuts off anyway after 60 minutes
2. ‘Timer play shuts off automatically after 60 minutes.
(This also applies to tape play; the player shuts off
automatically after 60 minutes even if there is tape ® CD timer play
remaining.) | Ifthe ta) mark lights during timer play, play will continue
automatically if a new disc is inserted and the holder
closed. |
have elapsed.
e Confirming the timer setting
Press the TIMER button.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If your unit fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected by the simple measures suggested. If it cannot, or if the fault is
not listed in the SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power cord and contact your dealer or service center for help.
No power even if the POWER switch is
pressed.
AC cord not plugged in.
Plug in AC cord.
No sound from one speaker.
BALANCE: slider is all the way to the right or left.
(x YST-C30 only)
Adjust BALANCE slider.
Loose speaker connections.
Connect properly. | |
Excessive static in FM broadcasts.
Interference from starting motor of nearby car.
Interference from thermostat of nearby electrical
appliance. | |
Position the FM antenna as high and as far away from nearby
roads as possible. Connect using a coaxial cable.
Noise increases during stereo broadcasts.
Antenna input is too weak due to obstructions or
excessive distance from broadcasting station.
Check antenna connections.
Install a multi-element type FM antenna if possible.
Stereo broadcasts are noisy and STEREO
indicator blinks on and off.
Insufficient antenna input.
Install an antenna appropriate for the electric field strength of
your area.
Cannot select preset stations.
Preset memory has been erased.
Reprogram memory presets.
Buzzing or static during AM broadcasts.
Interference from source such as lightning, fluores-
cent lights, electric motors or thermostat of nearby
electrical appliance. |
Problem is difficult to eliminate but can be lessened by grounding
Indoor AM antenna.
TV or microprocessor is being used nearby.
Move away from TV or microprocessor.
AM broadcast sensitivity is poor.
Radio signal is weak or antenna is not properly
connected. |
Properly connect AM loop antenna.
“Change orientation of AM loop antenna.
Install an external AM antenna.
Can't set timer.
Current time not set.
Set current time.
Timer doesn’t function as expected.
Power turned off using POWER switch.
After setting timer, turn power off using TIMER SET switch.
Won't play even if disc is loaded.
Disc is upside down.
Load disc label side up.
Disc is diriy.
Clean disc.
No sound.
Input selector setting is incorrect.
Press input selector CD button.
Sound stops suddenly (always at same spot).
* Disc is dirty.
* Volume set too high.
* Clean disc.
* Lower volume.
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MPTOM
Tape won't move during playback or record-
ing.
Slack tape wrapped around pinch roller.
Take up slack with a pencil before using.
Can't record. Erasure prevention tab broken off. Replace cassette or cover erasure prevention hole with cellophane
| tape.
Head is dirty. Clean heads.
Sound is distorted or fades out. Head is dirty. Clean heads.
Head has become magnetized.
Demagnetize heads with head eraser.
Tape is worn.
Replace cassette.
Poor sound quality.
TAPE selector or DOLBY NR selector is set to
wrong position.
Set to positions matching those used when tape was recorded.
Stereo balance is poor.
Head is dirty.
Clean heads.
Excessive noise.
Head is dirty.
Clean heads.
Head has become magnetized.
Demagnetize heads with head eraser.
Tape is worn.
Replace cassette.
Tape travel stops in middle of playback or
recording.
Slack tape coming out of cassette shell,
Take up slack by turning reels with a pencil.
Tape is creased or torn.
Replace with new cassette.
Endiess tape is being used.
Don’t use endless tapes.
Can't find specific selections on tape.
Silent gaps between selections are too short.
Excessively soft passages in middle of selections.
Speaking voice recorded on tape off the air, etc.
The music search function won't operate unless the silent gaps
between selections are at least four seconds long. |
Remote contro! doesn't work.
Batteries are dead.
Replace batteries.
Remote control is too far away or is being used at
incorrect angle.
Use within 6 m (23.6 ft) and 20° radius.
TV functions strangely when the remote con-
trol is used.
Remote control is being used near TV set with
infrared photo sensor.
Move TV farther away or cover its infrared photo sensor.
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SPECIFICATIONS
® AMPLIFIER SECTION:
Rated output power (1kHz, 6 ohms, 0.5% THD)
* YST-C30/37 YST-C10 ....... 0.02 sr eserecrsaces een 24W x 2
Total harmonic distortion |
(15W, 6 ohms, 1 KHZ) ............... 222222000000... 0.06%
Input sensitivity (AUX)... 250mV
Dynamic sound... eee 100Hz/ + 5dB
10kHz/ + 3dB
Headphone output
(16 ohms, 40Hz—20kHz, —3dB).............. 300mV
e@ GRAPHIC EQUALIZER: |
Center frequencies.......... 100Hz, 500Hz, 2kHz, 10kHz
Adjustable range ....................... eer ——— + 8dB
e TUNER/TIMER SECTION:
Tuning frequency range
FM section es 87.5MHz — 108MHz
AM or MW section
U.S.A and Canadian models .... 530kHz — 1720kHz
U.K. and European models ...... 522kHz ~ 1620kHz
Regular models... 531kHz ~ 1602kHz
(9kHz step)
530kHz ~ 1610kHz
(10kHz step)
Australian models….……………. 531kHz — 1602kHz
LW section
(U.K. and European models) ...... 153kHz ~ 281kHz
Auto TUNING oe, 153kHz — 279kHz
Timer PLAY/REC.................. once per day, 60 minutes.
Sleep. i 3 hours 45 minutes max.
e CASSETTE DECK SECTION:
Recording/playback frequency response
(chrome tape)... 40Hz ~ 16kHz, + 3dB
Signal to noise ratio (DOLBY B ON).................. 65dB
Wow and flutter ..............—————.... +0.08% (W.R.M.S)
es CD PLAYER SECTION:
Dynamic range ere cesrsrr scene cree 88d8
Signal to noise ratio... eee 90dB
Filter... reee 16 bit digital filter
+ 3rd order active filter.
Distortion (1kKHZ).................enmmervireccccenee nene 0.09%
e SPEAKER SYSTEM:
Type |
Y YST-C30..............ene. 2way, AS type,
magnetically shielded.
À YST-C10 cio, Full-range AS Type
Speaker units | |
* YST-C30
Woofer............ eran 12cm polypropylene
cone type (JA1227)
TWeeter........... 2cm soft dome type (JAO5B1)
Crossover frequency ................e eones АКН
A YST-C Oreeerererer ee er cree 12cm polypropylen
; cone type (JA1268)
EffiCIENCY «oe 87dB/W/m
Frequency response |
* YST-C3O ..........cuerecasesrs seras sa recense 35Hz — 20kHz
* YST-C10 ..............e.eeonecioreree rene. 40Hz — 18kHz
e GENERAL:
Power supply voltage
U.S.A and Canadian modeis............... AC120V, 60HZ
European models ................. mee... AC220V, 50Hz
U.K. and Australian models................ AC240V, 50Hz
Regular models.......... AC110/120/220/240V, 50/60Hz =
Power consumption . |
U.S.A models .................e.eeeererereeeconrrreecereen RDA 95W
Canadian models ..............—... Lessenasnan esse ess cena ns 145W
European models... EEE .. 250W
U.K. and Australian models..................—.—————.—. 250W
Regular models ......................e0ereeeeeriir ere K 250W
- Dimensions (W x H x D)
Main unit »* YST-C30/Xx YST-C10
U.S.A, Canadian and Regular models
Derienanerereceneerenerecerererarearereres S00 X 268 x 294mm
(11-13/16” x 10-916" x 11-9/16”)
U.K., European and Australian models — |
TPP 0 asset 300 x 268 x 299mm
| (11-13/16" x 10-9/16”' x 11-3/4”)
Speaker (single) * YST-C30....... 324 x 232 x 232mm
a (12-3/4 x 9-1/8” x 9-1/8’’)
* YST-C10.... 150 x 217.5 x 242mm
(5-7/8" x 8-9/16” x 9-1/2”)
Weight
Main unit * YST-C30/ + YST-C10 . 7.5kg (16 Ibs 8 az)
Speaker (single) »x YST-C30.......... 4.3kg (9 №5 7 о2)
à YST-C10.......... 2.3kg (5 Ibs 1 02)
® ACCESSORIES:
(Included with the ж YST-C30/x YST-C10)
* vv Remote control (VH34720) ..................... 1 pc.
Xx + AAA batteries (UM-4)..............eeeeeeenee 2 pcs.
* vx AM Loop antenna recrues 1 pc.
* + FM Wire antenna (Regular, German and
ltalian models only)... 1 pc.
* + Rod Antenna (U.S.A, Canadian, Australian,
U.K. and European-except German and
ltalian-models only) ........ reer era 1 pc.
# Yr Antenna holder (-ditto-)............. 1 pc.
* v¢ Screws (-ditto-) ......... OTOP 3 pcs.
*x * Connection wire (-ditto-)................—.—.—.—.. 1 pc.
* vr Converter plug (U.K. and European
models oniy)...................—... eee eee rares 1 pc.
* vv Speaker cables (with connectors)........... 2 pes.
(Included with the * YST-C10 only)
*r Speaker attachment fittings.................... 2 pes.
À SCIEWS Lecrcsrerrae can esrsriane scene ns ren sonne ere 4 pcs.
Specifications are subject to change without notice due to
product improvements.
* YST-SC30 only
* This speaker system is designed to allow use near a
TV set. Depending on the placement, however, there may
be cases where the color of the TV picture is affected.
Should this happen, turn off the TV set for 15— 30
minutes. | |
Then turn it on again. The TV's built-in demagnetization
function will correct the effect of the speakers on the
- picture. Should the problem continue unabated, move
the speakers further away from the TV set. |
If placed near a magnet or other object which generates
magnetic flux, the color of the TV picture may be affected
due to the combined effect with this speaker system.
Please keep this in mind when deciding on speaker
- placement. |
[[][ooLeY sysTEM |®
Dolby and the double D mark are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corp. Dolby noise reduction
system manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corp.
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