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Cat. No. 14-540
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
CD-3316
PORTABLE AM/FM STEREO/
SINGLE CASSETTE DECK/
CD PLAYER
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FEATURES
Your Radio Shack CD-3316 Portable
AM/FM Stereo/Single Cassette Deck/
CD Player is an all-in-one package. It
is portable so you can use it anywhere
you go, indoors or out. You can listen
to the radio, pre-recorded cassette
tapes or compact disks, and even
make your own recordings.
CD PLAYER FEATURES
Audible Search -- lets you quickly locate the desired section on a CD.
Pause -- lets you temporarily stop
playback of a CD.
CASSETTE DECK
FEATURES
Multiple-Source Recording -- lets
you record from the CD player or radio.
Synchronous Recording System -simplifies recording from the CD player
to a cassette tape.
OTHER SPECIAL
FEATURES
Tone Control -- lets you customize the
sound to suit your personal preference.
Beat-Cut/FM Mode -- lets you select
monaural or stereo when tuning the
stereo to an FM station or select a lower noise reference when recording
from an AM station.
Automatic Stop -- automatically stops
the tape when it reaches the end.
Super Bass Sound (SBS) System -lets you boost the low frequency for an
enhanced, deep, soft sound.
Soft Cassette Tape Eject -- softly
opens the cassette compartment cover when you press the eject button so
the cassette does not pop out.
For your records, we recommend you
record the serial number of the CD3316 in the space provided. The serial
number is on the battery compartment.
One-Touch Recording -- lets you
press only one button to start recording.
Serial Number _________________
Automatic Level Control -- automatically adjusts the recording level.
© 1995 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
Radio Shack is a registered trademark used by Tandy Corporation.
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The CD player in this stereo system is
made and tested to meet exacting
safety standards. It meets UL and FCC
requirements and complies with safety
performance standards of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. With proper care, this CD player
should give you years of trouble-free
service. CDs that can be played on this
player have this mark on them:
Note: Most material on compact discs
and prerecorded tapes is copyrighted.
Unauthorized duplication of copyrighted material is a violation of the copyright laws of most countries and such
duplication may result in fines and/or
imprisonment. Note, however, that in
the United States, it is not a violation of
U.S. copyright laws for a consumer to
use an audio recording device to duplicate musical recordings for noncommercial (personal) use.
Warning: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to rain
or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO 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 PERSONNEL.
This symbol is intended to alert you
to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s
enclosure that might be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock. Do not open the
product’s case.
!
This symbol is intended to inform
you that important operating and
maintenance instructions are included in the literature accompanying this product.
---------------------------------------------------------- | Warning: This CD system employs a laser light beam. Only | | a qualified service person should remove the
cover or | | attempt to service this device, due to possible eye | | injury. | -----------------------------------------------------
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CONTENTS
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POWER SOURCES
USING AC POWER
To power the CD-3316 from standard
AC power, plug the supplied AC power
cord into the AC IN jack, then plug the
other end into a standard AC outlet.
Note: The CD-3316 automatically disconnects internal batteries when you
connect the AC power cord.
Cautions:
• Always dispose of the old batteries promptly and properly.
• Never leave dead, old, or weak
batteries in the CD-3316. They
can leak chemicals and corrode or
damage electronic circuits.
3. Place 6 D batteries in the compartment as indicated by the
polarity symbols (+ and -) marked
next to the battery compartment.
USING BATTERIES
You can power the CD-3316 from 6 D
batteries (not supplied). For the best
results, we recommend alkaline batteries (such as Radio Shack Cat. No. 23550). If the CD-3316 does not operate
properly or if the sound weakens or
distorts, replace the batteries.
1. Press the two latches on the battery compartment cover and pull
out the cover in the direction of
the arrows to remove it.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the
required size and type.
• Never mix old with new batteries.
• If you do not plan to use batteries
in the CD-3316 for a month or
more, remove the batteries protect the CD-3316 from possible
battery leakage.
4. Replace the battery compartment
cover.
2. Remove the old batteries.
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USING YOUR CAR
BATTERY
You can power the CD-3316 from your
car battery using a DC-to-AC Inverter
(such as Radio Shack Cat. No. 22-132,
not supplied).
Cautions:
• Always plug the AC power cord
into AC IN and the inverter before
you plug the inverter into the cigarette lighter socket.
• Always unplug the inverter from
the cigarette lighter socket before
you unplug the AC power cord
from AC IN or the inverter.
1. Plug the supplied AC power cord
into the AC IN jack on the back of
the CD-3316.
2. Plug the AC power cord into the
power inverter’s AC jack.
3. Plug the power inverter into your
car’s cigarette lighter socket.
Note: If the CD-3316 does not
operate properly when you use
the inverter, unplug the inverter
from the cigarette lighter socket
and clean the socket to remove
ashes and debris. Also, check the
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AC power cord for proper connection.
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RADIO OPERATION
Warning: To protect your hearing, set
VOLUME to its lowest setting before
you turn on the radio.
• The FM STEREO indicator lights
when you receive an FM signal in
stereo.
1. Set FUNCTION to RADIO to turn on
the radio. The POWER indicator
lights.
• If FM stereo reception is noisy, set
BEAT-CUT/FM-MODE to MONO .
The sound is no longer in stereo,
but reception improves.
4. Adjust VOLUME and TONE to the
desired levels.
2. Set BAND to FM or AM.
5. Press SBS to enhance the bass
sounds while playing the radio.
Press the button again to turn the
SBS system off.
6. Set FUNCTION to RADIO OFF/
TAPE to turn off the radio.
3. Adjust TUNING to the desired station.
Notes:
• For the best AM reception, rotate
the CD-3316 to position the builtin AM antenna.
• For the best FM reception, fully
extend the telescoping antenna
and swivel it to the position that
produces the best reception.
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CD PLAYER OPERATION
LOADING A CD
1. Set FUNCTION to CD. The POWER
indicator lights and Cd appears in
the display.
2. Press PUSH/OPEN on the CD
compartment cover. The CD compartment cover lifts.
3. Place a CD in the compartment
with the label facing up.
• A sudden shock or jolt while a CD
is playing might suddenly change
the speed of the CD’s rotation or
cause the CD player to skip the
track it is playing and, as a result,
momentarily mute or distort the
sound. This is not a malfunction.
2. Adjust VOLUME and TONE to the
desired levels.
Warning: Your CD-3316 CD
player has a wide dynamic range.
If you turn the volume too high
during the low volume sections of
a program, you might damage
your hearing during sudden loud
sections.
4. Close the compartment cover.
Within a few seconds the display
shows the CD’s total number of
tracks.
3. Press SBS to turn on the SBS system. Press the button again to
turn it off.
PLAYING A CD
4. To temporarily stop play, press
PLAY/PAUSE. The pause indicator
appears on the display. Press
PLAY/PAUSE again to resume
play.
1. After loading a CD, press PLAY/
PAUSE . The CD player plays the
CD starting with the first track.
The display shows the play indicator and the current track number.
5. To completely stop play, press
STOP/CLEAR.
Notes:
• To search for sections of tracks,
see “Audible Search.”
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Note: If you do not stop the CD player,
it plays to the end of the last track and
automatically stops. When the CD
player is stopped, the play indicator
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turns off and the total number of tracks appears on the display.
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6. To remove the CD, press PUSH/
OPEN after the CD stops turning.
Caution: Remove a loaded CD before
you move the CD-3316 to prevent possible damage to the CD or the CD player.
AUDIBLE SEARCH
While playing any track on a CD, you
can press and hold down SKIP/
SEARCH >> or << to search through
the track to find a desired section. You
hear the music at a higher speed and
lower volume while the CD player
searches.
• Press and hold down SKIP/
SEARCH >> for forward search.
• Press and hold down SKIP/
SEARCH << for reverse search.
To resume normal play, release SKIP/
SEARCH >> or <<.
CD CARE TIPS
Even though a compact disc is very
durable, treat the CD surface with
care. We recommend the following
precautions:
• Do not place anything but a CD in
the disc tray. This can damage the
drive mechanism.
• Do not write on either side of the
CD, particularly the non-label
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side. (Signals are read from the
non-label side.)
• Do not store CDs in high-temperature, high-humidity locations. The
CDs might warp.
• Keep the CD dry. A water drop
can act as a lens and affect the
laser beam’s focus.
• Always handle a CD by the edges
to avoid fingerprints and always
keep it in its protective case or
sleeve when it is not in use. Fingerprints and scratches on the
CD’s surface can prevent the
laser beam from correctly reading
the digital information. To clean
the CD surface, use a CD Cleaner
Kit (such as Cat. No. 42-116).
• If you move the player from a very
cold room to a warmer one, moisture can condense on the pickup
lens, preventing proper disc play.
If this happens, turn the CD player
off then wait 30 minutes before
attempting to operate it again.
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CASSETTE PLAYER OPERATION
LOADING A CASSETTE
TAPE
Note: Take up any slack in the tape by
turning the hub with a pencil. If you do
not remove excess slack, the tape
might become tangled in the record/
playback mechanism. Avoid touching
the tape.
1. Press STOP/EJECT to open the
cassette compartment cover.
Notes:
• To temporarily stop playback,
press PAUSE. Press PAUSE again
to resume.
• To rapidly wind the tape forward or
backward, press F-FWD or REW.
The cassette deck automatically
stops at the end of the tape.
• Always remove and store cassette
tapes when you are not using
them.
4. Adjust VOLUME and TONE to the
desired levels.
5. Press SBS to turn on the SBS system. Press the button again to
turn it off.
2. Insert the cassette tape with the
side you want to play or record on
facing you, and the exposed tape
edge facing down.
3. Close the cover.
6. To manually stop play, press
STOP/EJECT. The POWER indicator turns off. Press STOP/EJECT
again to open the cassette compartment.
PLAYING A CASSETTE
TAPE
1. Set FUNCTION to TAPE.
2. Load a cassette tape.
3. Press PLAY. The power indicator
lights and the tape player plays
the cassette tape until it reaches
the end, then it automatically
stops.
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RECORDING A
CASSETTE TAPE
You can record from the CD player or
radio.
Notes:
• Before recording, be sure the
erase-protection tabs are in place
on the cassette tape you are
recording onto.
• Before you load a cassette tape
for recording, turn the cassette’s
hub with your finger or a pencil to
move the tape past its leader.
• Tape quality greatly affects the
quality of the recording. We recommend regular length (60minute or 90-minute) cassette
tapes. Long-play cassette tapes
such as C-120s are not recommended. For low-noise, widerange recordings, use normal-bias
tape.
• The CD-3316’s Automatic Level
Control
(ALC)
automatically
adjusts the recording level. VOLUME and TONE have no effect on
recording.
Recording from a CD
1. Set FUNCTION to CD and load a
CD. The POWER indicator lights.
2. Insert a cassette tape.
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3. Press PLAY/PAUSE twice to set
the CD player to pause. The
pause indicator appears on the
display.
4. Press RECORD on the tape deck.
RECORD and PLAY lock down
together, the CD player automatically begins playing the first track,
and the tape deck begins recording from the CD. SYNC appears
on the display.
Caution: If you use a cassette
tape with the erase-protection
tabs removed, do not force down
RECORD. This can damage the
mechanism. See “Preventing
Accidental Erasure.”
Notes:
• To temporarily stop recording,
press PAUSE. Press PAUSE again
to resume recording.
• To stop recording, press STOP/
EJECT. To stop the CD player,
press STOP.
Recording from the Radio
1. Insert a cassette tape.
2. Set FUNCTION to RADIO. The
POWER indicator lights.
3. Set BAND to FM or AM.
4. Adjust TUNING to the station you
want to record.
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5. Press RECORD to begin recording.
Note: You might hear a low-volume tone from the CD-3316’s
speakers during playback after
you record an AM radio program.
To insure a tone-free recording,
make a test recording before you
record the desired program. If you
hear the tone in the test recording,
set BEAT-CUT on the back of the
CD player to either of the other
positions.
driver to remove one or both of the
cassette tape’s erase-protection tabs.
Notes:
• If you want to record over a tape
side after you have removed the
erase-protection tab, place a
piece of strong plastic tape over
that side’s erase-protection hole.
Be sure you cover only the hole
originally covered by the eraseprotection tab.
6. To stop recording, press STOP/
EJECT.
TAPE CARE TIPS
Preventing Accidental
Erasure
Cassette tapes have two erase-protection tabs - one for each side. To protect
a recording from being accidentally recorded over or erased, use a screw-
• Removing the erase-protection
tabs does not prevent a bulk
eraser from erasing a cassette
tape.
Erasing a Cassette Tape
If you no longer want a recording, you
can record over it or erase it.
To erase a previously recorded tape,
you can either:
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• Remove all input sources so you can record silence over all or part of the tape.
• Use a bulk tape eraser (such as
Cat. No. 44-232, not supplied),
available at your local Radio
Shack store.
Restoring Tape Tension and
Sound Quality
After you play a cassette tape several
times, the tape might become tightly
wound on the reels. This can cause
playback sound quality to deteriorate.
To restore the sound quality, fast-forward the tape from the beginning to the
end of one side, then completely rewind it. Then loosen the tape reels by
gently tapping each side of the cassette’s outer shell on a flat surface.
Caution: Be careful not to damage the
cassette when tapping it. Do not touch
the exposed tape or allow any sharp
objects near the cassette.
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USING HEADPHONES
For private listening, you can use a
pair of stereo headphones (not supplied) with an 1/8-inch plug. Your local
Radio Shack store carries a wide selection of stereo headphones.
To connect the headphones, insert the
headphones’ 1/8-inch plug into the
PHONES jack.
Then put on the headphones and adjust VOLUME to a comfortable listening
level.
• Once you set the volume, do not
increase it. Over a period of time,
your ears adapt to the volume
level, so a volume level that does
not cause discomfort might still
damage your hearing.
TRAFFIC SAFETY
Do not wear headphones while operating a motor vehicle or riding a bicycle.
Even though some headphones are
designed to let you hear some outside
sounds when listening at normal volume levels, they still present a traffic
hazard and are illegal in some areas.
Note: Connecting the headphones automatically disconnects the built-in
speakers.
LISTENING SAFELY
Do not listen at extremely high volume
levels. Extended, high-volume listening can lead to permanent hearing
loss. Follow these guidelines to protect
your hearing, especially when you use
headphones.
• Always start by setting the volume
to the lowest level possible before
you begin listening. Put the headphones
on,
then
gradually
increase the volume as necessary.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CARING FOR YOUR CD-3316
Your Radio Shack CD-3316 Portable AM/FM Stereo/Single Cassette Deck/CD Player is an example of superior design and craftsmanship. The following suggestions
will help you care for the CD-3316 so you can enjoy it for years.
Keep the CD-3316 dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Water
contains minerals that can corrode electronic circuits.
Use the CD-3316 only in normal temperature environments. Temperature extremes can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and warp or melt the case.
Handle the CD-3316 carefully. Dropping it can damage the case and
circuit boards and cause the product to work improperly.
Keep the CD-3316 away from dust and dirt, which can cause premature wear of parts.
CLEANER
Wipe the CD-3316 occasionally with a damp cloth to keep it looking
new. Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the CD-3316.
Use only fresh batteries of the required size and type. Always remove
old or weak batteries. They can leak chemicals that destroy electronic
circuits.
Modifying or tampering with the CD-3316’s internal components can cause a malfunction and might invalidate its warranty and void your FCC authorization to operate it. If your CD-3316 is not performing as it should, take it to your local Radio Shack
store for assistance.
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FCC INFORMATION
This equipment complies with the limits for a Class B digital device as specified in Part 15 of FCC Rules. These
limits provide reasonable protection
against radio and TV interference in a
residential area. However, your equipment might cause TV or radio interference even when it is operating
properly. To eliminate interference,
you can try one or more of the following corrective measures:
CLEANING THE TAPEHANDLING PARTS
Dirt, dust or particles of the tape’s coating can accumulate on the tape heads
and other parts that the tape touches.
This can greatly reduce the performance of the cassette player. Use the
following cleaning procedure after every 20 hours of tape player operation.
1. Remove the batteries and disconnect any other power source.
• Reorient or relocate the radio or
TV’s receiving antenna
2. Open the cassette compartment
door.
• Increase the distance between the
CD-3316 and the radio or TV
3. Press PLAY to expose the tapehandling parts.
• Use outlets on different electrical
circuits for the CD-3316 and the
radio or TV
4. Use a cotton swab dipped in
denatured alcohol or tape head
cleaning solution to clean the
record/play head, pinch roller,
capstan, and erase head.
Consult your local Radio Shack store
or an experienced radio/TV technician
if the problem still exists.
5. When you finish cleaning, press
STOP/EJECT and close the cassette compartment door.
Your local Radio Shack store sells a
complete line of cassette deck cleaning supplies.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CASSETTE DECK
GENERAL
Tape
Speed
............................................. 1 7/8 ips
(4.75
cm/sec)
Tape
System
..............................................
4
Tracks/Side/Stereo Signal to Noise
Ratio.................................................... 40
dB
Channel
Separation
...................................................... 35
dB
Output
Power
(10%
THD)
......................................... 2 Watts/CH
DC
Speakers
..................................................
Dynamic, 4-Inch x 2 Power Supply
..................................................... AC
120V/60Hz DC 9V, 6 D Batteries Dimensions
(HWD)
................................... 7 3/4 x 15 1/2 x
9 Inches Weight ............................... 7
1bs 11 oz (3.5 Kg) (Without Batteries)
CD PLAYER (Test Point at CD Output)
Type ............................................ CD
Player with Optical Pickup Channels
................................................
Two
Channels (Stereo) Frequency Response
............................................
20 Hz to 20 kHz Digital Filter
........................................... 8 Times
Oversampling Signal to Noise Ratio
................................................... 70 dB
Wow
and
Flutter
.........................................................
0.45%
RADIO
Frequency
Range:
FM
......................................... 88 MHz to
108 MHz AM .......................................
530 kHz to 1710 kHz Antennas: FM
............................................................
..
Rod
AM
..................................................... Ferrite Core Usable Sensitivity: FM (1 IHF
Usable Sensitivity) ........................ 6
uV AM (20 dB S/N Sensitivity)
....................... 470 uV/m
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Specifications are typical; individual
units might vary. Specifications are
subject to change and improvement
without notice.
90-Day Warranty
RADIO SHACK A Division of Tandy
Corporation Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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RADIO SHACK LIMITED WARRANTY
This product is warranted against defects for 90 days from date of purchase from Radio Shack company-owned stores and authorized Radio
Shack franchisees and dealers. Within this period, we will repair it without charge for parts and labor. Simply bring your Radio Shack sales
slip as proof of purchase date to any Radio Shack store. Warranty does
not cover transportation costs. Nor does it cover a product subjected to
misuse or accidental damage.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RADIO SHACK MAKES NO
EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED
WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN. Some states do not permit limitation or exclusion of implied warranties; therefore, the aforesaid limitation(s) or exclusion(s) may not apply to the purchaser.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
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