MODEL:    SMC1033

MODEL: SMC1033

MUSIC SYSTEM

WITH TWIN CD PLAYER & RECORDER,

MP3 TO USB/SD ENCODING,

3-SPEED TURNTABLE, RADIO,

CASSETTE AND AUX-IN PLAYBACK

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

PLEASE READ BEFORE USE

LOCATION OF CONTROLS

1. Dust Cover

2. LCD Display

3. Remote Sensor

4. FM Stereo LED Indicator

5. Power LED Indicator

6. BAND Selector

7. Off/Source/Tuner Selector

8.

9.

CD I

/USB/SD button

CD I

– Open/Close Button

10.

CD I

– CD Play/Pause/Stop

/

Button

11. USB Socket

12.

CD I

– CD Skip Up

/ Down Button

13. SD Card Slot

14.

CD I

– Folder up Button

15.

16.

17.

CD I

– CD Door

CD I

/USB/SD

– Record button

CD I

– Play mode Button

18. Tape Function Button

19. Aux/Phono Function Button

20. Volume Up/Down Button

21.

22.

CD I

Function Button

CD II

Function Button

23. Tuning Knob

24. Finalize Button

25.

CD II

– Open/Close Button

26.

27.

CD II

– CD Play/Pause

CD II

– CD Door

28. X-BASS On/Off Button

29.

CD II

– CD Stop

Button

30. 3.5

mm dia. Headphone Jack

Button

31. 3.5

mm dia.

Aux-In Jack

32.

CD II

– CD Skip Up

/ Down Button

33.

CD II

Record Button

34. Erase Button

35. LED Dial Pointer

36. Tape Forward / Eject Button

37. Cassette Door Cover

38. 45rpm Spindle Adaptor

39. Turntable Speed Selector

40. Tone Arm Rest and securing clip

41. FM Wire Antenna

42. Speaker Sockets (L + R)

43. Line-Out Socket (RCA/L + R)

44. Auto Stop Switch

45. AC Mains Cord

46. Subwoofer out Jack

CAUTION:

USAGE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED

HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. THEREFORE, THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT BE

ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL

.

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Connection

1. Connect the speaker wires to the speaker terminals (R + L) (42) located on the rear of the unit. Push the red right hand side socket switch upwards to expose the hole in which to insert the red speaker cable

– insert the wire and release the switch. Push down the right hand side black socket switch and insert the black cable wire.

Repeat this process for the other speaker, ensuring only the metal part of the wire is inserted.

2. Connect the power cord (45) to a 230V AC Mains outlet.

3. Switch the Off/Source/Tuner selector (7) to the Radio position, if the red power LED indicator (5) lights up and sound is coming out of the speakers, this indicates the unit is correctly connected to the power supply. Your system is now ready to play your music .

Listening to Radio

Manual tuning

1. Switch the Off/Source/Tuner selector (7) to Tuner position.

2. Select the desired band by sliding the Band switch (6) to AM or FM or FM-Stereo.

3. Tune into the required station by turning the Tuning knob (23)

– the yellow LED Dial pointer light (35) on the Radio Dial

Scale will indicate the station reached.

4.

Adjust the volume by pressing the VOLUME “+” / “-“ buttons (20) until the desired volume level has been reached.

FM & FM-stereo reception

 Set the Band selector (6) to the “ FM ” position. Programmes are received in Mono sound. When a Stereo signal is particularly weak, it is preferable to receive the broadcast in Mono.

 Set the Band selector (6) to the “FM-ST” position to receive programmes broadcast in Stereo. The red FM-stereo LED indicator (4) will light up to show when an FM stereo programme is received.

Hints for best reception:

- AM (=MW): The receiver has a built-in AM bar antenna. If AM reception is weak, slightly rotating or re-positioning of the unit will usually improve the AM (Medium Wave) reception.

- FM: The receiver has a built-in FM wire antenna (41) hanging at the rear of the cabinet. This wire should be totally unravelled and extended for best reception.

Playing compact disc at CD I

The system equipped with 2 CD player, here below describe the function for

CD I

:-

GETTING START

1. Switch the Off/Source/Tuner selector (7) to

“Source’ position LCD display (2) will appear “PLS SELECT FUNCTION“ then press the

CD I

button (21

) to “

CD I

“ mode the display will mention “---BUSY”, “ENCODE” it means the CDR and encoding system in booting mode and it takes few seconds, then display will show

“NO DISC”.

2.

Press “

CD I

Open/C lose” button (9) to open the

CD I

door (15).

3. Place a CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray & then close the CD door.

4. Focus search is performing, the LCD display (2) will show the total number of tracks on

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area .

PLAY / PAUSE MODE

/

1. If Play/Pause/Stop

/

button (10) is pressed during stop mode, the first track will be played.(Figure 1)

2. If Play/Pause/Stop

/

button (10) is pressed during playback, system go to pause mode and the play indicator “ “ will start flashing at the LCD display (2). Press again to resume normal playback.

3. If Play/Pause/Stop

/

button (10) is pressed and hold a second during playback, it will go to stop mode and display total number of track on the

LCD display (2). (Figure 1)

SKIP MODE (SKIP UP

/SKIP DOWN )

1. During play or pause mode, if

CD I

Skip Up button (12) is pressed it will go to next track and display the track no. and then continuous the play or pause mode.

2. During play or pause mode, if

CD I

Skip Down button (12) is pressed, it will go back to the beginning of the track, same track no. is display and continuous the play or pause mode.

3. After step 2, press

CD I

Skip Down button (12) again, it will go to the previous track and continuous the play or pause mode.

FOR MP3 DISC

1.

Press “ Folder up “ button (14), the folder no. Will goes up

2.

Press “ Skip up “ or skip down (12) button, the track no. change.

3. When the desired track is being selected, press the

CD I

“ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (10) to start playback.

ID3 (track/album title) function (by remote handset)

Press th e “ Info/Delete “ button during playback of MP3 file, the song title is being displayed. Press the “ Info/Delete ” button again to disable the function.

Song title/folder name search function (by remote handset)

You can search the track by the title/folder name in disc during stop mode:-

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1. P ress the “ Find “ button once, then press the “

CD I

Sk ip up” (or skip down) button, you can search the title of each song one by one under alphabet order on USB/SD operation display area

, then press “ USB/SD Play/Pause to start the playback of the selected track.

2. P ress again “ Find ” button, the folder name is being displayed. then press the “

CD I

S kip up” (or skip down) button to select the desired folder, and press the

CD I

Play/Pause/St op ” button to start the playback of all tracks inside that selected folder.

Remark:-

- I n that case of no name had been assigned for the track, “ none “ or “ unknown “ is being displayed” on display (2).

- The LCD display support English language only.

MP3 track format requirement:-

- MP3 bit rate : 32 kbps~256 kbps.

- The performance of playing MP3 files is various from the quality of recording disc and the method of recording.

Repeat/Intro/Random mode (on remote control only)

Press the Play mode button before or during playback, a file, folder(MP3 disc only) or all the files repeat and ransom, intro can be played in difference mode as follow:-

FOR CD

(1) repeat 1 (2) repeat all track (3) intro (4) random (5) off mode

Play mode

Indicator on lcd display

Repeat track

Repeat all

Intro

Random

Off mode

FOR MP3

(1) repeat 1

INTRO

RAN

--------------

(2) repeat all (3) repeat 1 folder play mode

Indicator on USB/SD operation display repeat single track repeat all tracks repeat single folder intro play mode random mode

INTRO

RAN off mode

Repeat play

-----------------

You can listen the desired file or folder repeatedly by this function.

Intro play (by remote control) you can listen the beginning (10 seconds) of each file & saving your time to search the desire song

Random play

You can listen all the file in random order by this function

CD/MP3 programming (by remote control)

Up to 32 tacks can be programmed for CD/MP3 file and play in any order. before use, be sure the system is at stop mode

before programming:-

1. Set in

CD I

mode & stop the playback.

2. P ress the “Program” button, “ PROG “ will appear on USB/SD operation display area (2). Moreover, it will indicate program no. and digits for track no. to be programmed.

3. Select a desired track by pressing USB/SD skip or buttons.

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4. P ress the “ Program ” button to store the trace into memory.

5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter additional files into the memory if necessary.

6. When all the desired files have been programmed, press

CD I

Play/Pause/Stop button (10) to play the files in assigned order.

7. To canc el the programmed file, press “

CD I

Play/Pause/Stop

USB/SD operation display area (2).

Remark

” button (10) until “ PROG “ is disappear on

- The system can detect and read the file under MP3 format only though the

CD I

/USB/SD port.

- If connect the system to MP3 player via the USB socket, due to variances in MP3 encoding format, some MP3 player may not be able to play via the USB socket. this is not a malfunction of the system.

Playing compact disc at CDII

Getting start

1. Select the Off/Source/Tuner switch (7) to

“SOURCE” position. The LCD display (2) will show “PLS SELECT FUNCTION“.

Then press the

CD I

function button (22).

2. The LCD display will show

“ --- busy “ on the CD/CD Recorder operation display area few second and then “ no disc “ if the CD compartment is empty and

“ENCODE ” will show on

CD I

/USB/SD operation display as well. (Figure 2)

3. Then press

CDII

Open/Close

” button (25) to open the

CDII

tray (27).

4. Place a audio CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray & then close the CD tray.

5. Focus search is performing and CD Recorder operation display area LCD area (2) will show

“ BUSY “ and then display the total number of tracks & total playing time. (Figure 3)

Play / Pause mode

6. Press the

CDII

“Play/Pause ” button (26) to start playback, the first track will start playback.

7.

To interrupt, press the

CDII

“Play/Pause ” button (26) once, the playing time will be freeze on the LCD display (2).

Press again to resume normal playback.

Stop mode

8.

If “

CDII

Stop

“ button (29) is pressed during play or pause mode.

CDII

will go to stop mode and display total number of track on the CD Recorder operation display area (2).

Skip mode (skip up

/ skip down )

9.

During play or pause mode, if “

CDII

Skip up

” button (32) is pressed. It will go to next track and display the track no. and then remain the play or pause mode.

10.

During play or pause mode, if “

CDII

Skip down

” button (32) is pressed. It will go back to the previous track and play the track.

Remark:-

Before pressing the

CDII

Open/Close

” button (25) for changing disc

.

Press the

CDII

Stop

” button (29) every time and resume the CD Recorder operation display area to the original information.

- The reaction time of the CD Recorder is longer than normal CD player due to the complicacy system.

- Keep pressing with all difference function within a short time may cause mal-function of the system. Please re-start the unit if this is happen.

- The reading and playback time of CD-R(W) disc is various from brand to brand. It depends on the compatibility of the used disc.

- This device only design for normal compact disc format. Is not support any MP3 format.

Repeat/Random mode (by remote control)

Repeat play (by remote control)

Press the repeat/random button before or during playback, a single track or all the tracks can be played in difference mode as follow:-

(1) repeat all track (2) repeat 1 (3) off mode

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Play mode

Repeat all

Indicator on CD/CD Recorder operation display area

Repeat 1

Off mode --------------

Random play mode (by remote control)

Press the Random button at remote control will active the shuffle play function and the random indicator

“ RAN “ will show on

CD Recorder operation display area (2). Press the stop button to stop the unit and cancel the random play function.

CD disc programming (by remote control)

Up to 32 tacks can be programmed for

CDII

playing. Before use, be sure the system is at stop mode before programming :-

1. Set in

CDII

mode & stop the disc playback.

2.

Press the “Program” button of

CDII

by the remote control

, “ PROG “ indicator will appear. Moreover, it will indicate program no. (P-01) and digits for track no. to be programmed on CD/CD Recorder operation display area.

3. Select a desired track by pressing skip up or down buttons.

4. Press the

“ Program ” button to store the trace into memory.

5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter additional tracks into the memory if necessary.

6. When all the desired tracks have been programmed, press

CDII

“ play/pause ” button to play the disc in assigned order.

7. To cancel the programmed file, press

CDII

“Stop” button on remote handset until “ PROG “ indicator is disappear on

LCD display (2).

Remark:-

- After program play and you can delete the programmed track in the order from the last one to the 1 st

one after the programmed track start to played. Press stop button to set the unit in stop mode first, press

“ Clear “ button at remote control once by once. The programmed track will delete one by one from the memory

Recording function

Apart from the CD playback function, it can perform the CD recording function either from Phono/Aux/Tape/CD/USB/SD mode respectively. All the recording track will be stored at

audio-CD “ format:-

Before start, place a CD-R or CD-RW disc in the

CDII

tray (27). The disc is able to record only if the LCD display show

“ NO

TOC

“ indicator.

Important notices:-

- CD-R disc can be recorded once only and not support erase or re-record function. The playback quality of either CD-R(W) disc is various from differences kind of audio CD player device.

- The revolving speed of CD burner is higher than normal CD mechanism. Thus, some mechanical noise and vibration of unit cabinet may occur during operation. This is not the malfunction of the system.

- Due to the variety on the quality and the compatibility of CD-R(W) disc from the market. Please change other brand if you found the used one is not able to record or the performance is not so stable.

A) Recording mode

i

) Phono/Aux recoding

1. Select the Function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position, then press the “ Phono/Aux “ function button (19). Place the recorded vinyl & get ready for playback.

2. For Aux in recording, connect the headphone output at the audio device (such as MP3 player, CD player etc) to the

3.5mm Aux-in jack (31) via a 3.5 mm connecting cable (not provided). The audio channel will change to Aux in automatically and the turntable was not able to turn.

2. P ress “

CDII

Rec

“ button (33) and then the “ CD Play/Pause ” button (26) to confirm start recording until the play indicator “ “ and “ REC

“ indicator show on CD Recorder operation display area. (Figure 4)

3. After few seconds, the CD Recorder operation display area (2) will show the time counter and now the system is start recording process. (Figure 4)

Now start the playback of the vinyl at Phono or Aux in device.

4. After completing of recording, Press the

“ CD Stop ” button (7) and then stop the playback of vinyl or Aux in device.

(Figure 4)

ii) Cassette recording

1. Select the Function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position, then press the “ Tape “ function button (18). Place the recorded cassette tape to the cassette slot (27) to get ready for playback.

2. P ress “

CDII

Rec

“ button (33) and then the “ CD Play/Pause ” button (26) until the play indicator “ “ show on

CD Recorder operation display area (2).

3. After few seconds, the CD Recorder operation display area (2) will show the time counter and now the system is start recording process. Now push the cassette tape to the cassette compartment to start playback of which the track you prepare to record.

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4. After completing of recording, press the

CDII

Stop

” button (29) and then stop the playback of the cassette tape.

iii) CD I recording

1. Select the Function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position, then press the “

CD I

“ function button (21) to select

CD I

mode and place the audio CD to the

CD I

compartment.

2. P ress “

CDII

Rec

“ button (33) and then the “ CD Play/Pause ” button (10) until the play indicator “ “ show on

CD/CD Recorder operation display area (2).

3. After few seconds, the CD Recorder operation display area (2) will show the time counter and now the system is start recording process.

Now press

CD I

Skip Up button

“ (12) to choose the track you prefer to record then press

CD I

Play/Pause

” button (10) to start playback the track to record. (Figure 5)

4. After completing of recording, press the

CD I

Stop

/

” button

(10) and then stop the playback the

CD I

/USB/SD media and press the

CDII

Stop

” button (29) to stop the recording.

(Figure 5)

vi) USB/SD recording

1. Insert the USB/SD media device refer to

“Playback of MP3 song via USB storage media or memory card” section in below of this manual. Select the Function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position, then press the “

CD I

“ function button (21) and

CD I

/USB/SD button (8) to select USB or SD mode, press and hold the

CD I

/USB/SD Play/Stop

/

button

(10) to set the USB/SD function at stop mode. The rest recording procedure were same as

CD I

recording.

Remark:-

- The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual plying time of the playing source

- To suspend the recording process, press the

CDII

Play/Pause

” button (26), “ BUSY “ will flash a second on CD

Recorder operation display area (2) then will change to show the current recording track nr. and the recording is in pause.

To re-start, press again the

CDII

Play/Pause

” button (26) until the play indicator “ “ show on CD/CD Recorder operation display area (2).

B) Recording setting

i) Recording level

The preset recording level of the system is lower than original music source in order to avoid distortion during recording except Aux-in recording mode.

ii

) Track separation(on remote control only)

You can divide the recording music track by track during recording :

1. Anytime when press the

“ CD Track separate “ “ button on remote control once during recording at any mode, the system will generate a new track and continuous the recording. The word

“busy “ will briefly show on

CD Recorder operation display area (2).(Figure 6),

it mean the unit is creating a new track successfully.

(Figure 6)

iii

) Finalize a CD-R(W) disc

You must convert the CD-R(W) disc into standard CD before playing at other audio CD player. This process is knows as finalizing and a table of contents (TOC) will written to the CD on the same time:-

1. Select

CDII

function mode and place the CD-R(W) disc you are going to finalize.

2. Press the finalize button (24) CD stop mode.

“ Fin-d “ appears on CD Recorder operation display area (2). (press the

CDII

stop

” button to quite finalize mode if necessary)

3. Press the

CDII

Play/Pause

” button (26) to start finalizing and CD Recorder operation display area (2) will show

“ BUSY“ during the process.

4. After completion, the CD tray will open automatically and

“ OPEN “ will disappear from CD Recorder operation display area (2).

Remark:-

- The time for finalizing is subject to the contents of recorded and it may take up to 15 minutes in some cases.

- No button is working during finalize process.

- Never turn off the power or un-plug the power cord during finalize process.

- The CD-R disc cannot be recorded again after finalizing.

- Although finalized CD-R disc may be played on ordinary CD players, remember that finalized CD-RW disc may not play on ordinary CD players.

- Owing to the variance of the compatibility of CD-R or CD-RW disc from the market. Please change to other one if you find the recording performance of existing one is not up to satisfaction. This is not the malfunction of the system.

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v) Erase or un-finalize a CD-RW disc

It is possible to erase the last recorded track or erase a whole record disc.

If erase the last track of the finalized cd-rw, must un-finalized the CD-RW first

A) un finalize a CD-RW disc

1. set at

CDII

function mode and place the CD-RW disc you would like to un-finalize.

2. P ress the “ Erase “ button (34) at

CDII

stop mode & display will show

“UNFin-d” then press the “

CDII

Play/Pause

” button (26) to start erasing and

“ BUSY “ appear on the CD Recorder operation display area (2).

3. After finish the un-finalized, display will show total track nr. and total playing time of the disc and

“ NO TOC ” indicator will appear.

B) Erase one track

1. set at

CDII

function mode and place the un finalized CD-RW disc you would like to delete the track.

2. P ress the “ Erase “ button (34) at CD stop mode & “Er “ and the last track nr. appear on the CD Recorder operation display area (2).

3. Press the

CDII

Play/Pause

” button (26) to start erasing the last track and “ BUSY “ disappear on CD Recorder operation display area (2).

4. After finish the track erasing display will show total track nr. and total playing time of the disc and

“ NO TOC ” indicator will appear.

5. Repeat step 2 to 4 to continue the erasing.

C) Erase all track

1. Set at

CDII

function mode and place the un finalized CD-RW disc you would like to erase all the tracks.

2. P ress the “ CD Erase “ button twice (34) at CD stop mode & “Er ALL “ will appear on the CD Recorder operation display area (2).

3. Press the

“CD Play/Pause ” button (26) to start erasing and display appear

“BUSY” during erasing. Once erasing was finish, the CD Recorder operation display area (2) will show

“ 0000000 “ to confirm the erase process is completed. (Figure 7) (Figure 7)

Remark :

- This operation cannot be undo.

- The copy CD-RW disc from other system cannot be erased one by one in this unit but may be erase all is possible.

Listing to tape

General operation

Select the function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position. The LCD display (2) will show “ PLS SELECT FUNCTION “. Then press the Tape button (18)

Cassette playback

Stop and ejection

: The system will start the playback automatically after inserting

of cassette tape

: P ress the “ Cassette forward/eject “ button completely inwards

and the cassette tape will be ejected though the cassette door cover

. The “ cassette forward / eject “ button will keeping at lowest height position.

Fast forward : P ress the “ tape forward / eject “ button half inwards during

Playback mode, the tape winding forward direction. The “ tape forward / eject “ button will keeping at middle height position.

Slightly press the “ tape forward / eject “ button again to resume normal playback. The “ tape forward / eject “ button will resume to the highest position.

Remark

- Make sure the direction is correct when inserting the tape into the system.

- There is some searching noise can be heard and the system cannot perform normal playback function during fast forward mode.

-

This is recommended to take out the cassette tape from the system every times after listening and don’t leave the cassette tape inside the system when not under playback mode.

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Phono operation

- Remove the stylus protector.

-

Be sure that the tone arm is being detached from the tone arm rest before operating and re-secured again afterwards.

1. Select the function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position. The LCD display (2) will show

“ PLS SELECT FUNCTION “. Then press the Phono/Aux button (19).

2. Set the speed selector (39) to the proper position depending on the record to be played.

3. Place the record on the platter (use the spindle adaptor (38) if required.

4. Lift the tone arm from the rest and slowly move it to the record side. The platter will start to rotate.

5. Place the tone arm to the desired position of the record.

6. At the end of record, the platter will automatically stop rotating. Lift the tone arm from the record and return it to the rest.

7. To stop manually, lift the tone arm from the record and return it to the rest.

Remark : As some kind of record the auto-stop area was out of the unit setting, so it will stop before the last track finish. In this case, select the Auto-stop switch (44) to “ Off “ position, then it will run to the end of the record but will not stop automatically

(turn off the unit by Power button or switch back the autostop switch to “ on “ position to stop the platter rotate). Then put back the tone arm to the rest position.

Remark : due to Aux and Phono were designed at the same position of this system. When Aux in jack (31) plugged by 3.5mm stereo plug. The channel will change to Aux automatically and turntable will stop to rotate. Please ensure the Aux in jack (31) without plugged by anything before playing Phono.

Aux-in connection

Connect the unit to any auxiliary device (i.e. MP3 player, or iPod® (not included) by connecting the aux in jack(31) at the rear cabinet with one end of 3.5mm stereo cable(not provided)and the other end connect to the auxiliary device to perform the music or computer encoding.

1. Select the function switch (7) to

“ SOURCE ” position. The LCD display (2) will show “ PLS SELECT FUNCTION “. Then press the Phono/Aux button (19).

2. Plugged the Aux in jack. The channel with switch to Aux automatically.

3. Start to playback your device and adjust Volume knob (20) to the desire volume level. If the distortion was too high, reduce the volume level of your auxiliary device.

Playback of MP3 song via USB storage media or memory card

Connecting

the system is able to decode and playback all MP3 file which stored in the memory media with USB connecting port or SD/MMC memory card.

1. Set function selector (7) at

CD I

function button (21) and then press

CD I

/USB/SD alternative button (8

) to select “ USB or Card” mode.

2. Plug-in the USB plug with the face up & make sure it going into completely or insert the memory card in the direction of the arrow as shown in the label on the underside of the memory card slot cover. insert straight without bending.

Connecting the USB upside down or backwards could damage the audio system or the storage media (USB thumb drive / SD/MMC card). check to be sure the direction is correct before connection.

3. The system will start reading the storage media automatically after connecting, and

USB/SD operation display area (2) will show the total number of MP3 files and total number of folder being detected and the system will start to playback the MP3 file automatically

Play / Pause / Stop mode

1. T o interrupt, press the “

CD I

Play/Pause/Stop

” button (26) once, the playing time will be freeze & flashing on the USB/SD operation display area (2). Press again to resume normal playback.

2. I f press and hold the “Play/Pause/Stop “ button (26) for over 2 seconds during playback mode. The system will go to stop mode.

Skip/search mode (skip/search up

/ skip/search down

)

1. D uring play or pause mode, if “

CD I

S kip up” button (12) is pressed. It will go to next track and display the track no. and then remain the play or pause mode.

2. D uring play or pause mode, if “

CD I

S kip down” button (12) is pressed. It will go back to the beginning of the track, original track no. is display and remain the play or pause mode.

3. A fter step 2, press “

CD I

S kip down” button (12) again will go to the previous track and remain the play or pause mode.

4. I f press and hold the “

CD I

S kip up/down button “ (12) during playback, the playing track will go fast forward or backward until the button being released.

5. P ress “

CD I

folder up

“ button (14) to select your desire folder.

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Encoding to MP3 file

The system is able to encode normal CD/Turntable/Aux in/Tape to MP3 format and recording at memory media with USB connecting port or SD/MMC card. (Below explanation was perform USB encoding)

CD I encoding was recommended

Whole disc encoding

1. Insert the USB media into the unit and made sure it had enough memory to perform encoding.

2. Set the unit in

CD I

mode by press

CD I

“ button (21) and get ready to playback.

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area

(2 ) will show the TOC of

CD I

. Then press

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) start encoding,

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area (2) will flash

“ CHECKING “ few seconds (Figure 8), then

CD I

will start playback automatically and the

“ “ & “ “ icon will flashing(Figure 9).

CD I

encoding was performing now.

(Figure 8) (Figure 9)

3. After completed encoding,

CD I

and encoding system go to stop mode.

Encoding 1 track

1. Perform normal playback of the CD track you want to encode & record,

2.

Press “

CDI

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) during the playback of the desire track,

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area

(2) will flash

“ CHECKING “ few seconds (Figure 8), then

CD I

will start playback automatically and the

“ “ &

“ “ icon will flashing(Figure 9).

CD I

encoding was performing now.

3. After completed encoding, unit will stop playback automatically.

Encoding by program

1.

Select the desire tracks by following “

CD/MP3 programming

“ procedures. Then press “CD I Play/Pause/Stop

“ button (10) to start playback.

2.

During CD playback, press and hold the

CD I Play/Pause/Stop “ button (10) for 2 seconds to enter the stop mode.

3.

Press “

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) during the playback of the desire track,

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area

(2) will flash

“ CHECKING “ few seconds (Figure 8), then

CD I

will start playback automatically and the

“ “ &

“ “ icon will flashing(Figure 9).

CD I

encoding was performing now.

4. After completed encoding, unit will stop playback automatically.

Remark:-

- The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual plying time of the CD track

- The system will create a “ audio “ folder and then store the encoding track in it.

- The recording format is preset at

– MP3

bit rate :

128 kbps, sampling rate : 44.1kHz.

- No song title will be recorded during encoding mode.

- To interrupt the recor ding, press the “ USB/SD Record “ button (25) again during record mode.

- Recording will be completed only entire song being encoded, if terminate the encoding process intermediately, there is no track being recorded nor stored to the USB or SD/MMC card.

Phono/Aux encoding

1. Set the unit in Phono/Aux mode by press the “ Phono/Aux “ function button (19) and

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area (2) will show

“ENCODE”. Place the recorded vinyl & get ready for playback.

2. For Aux in encoding, connect the headphone output at the audio device (such as MP3 player, CD player etc) to the

3.5mm Aux-in jack (31) via a 3.5 mm connecting cable (not provided). The audio channel will change to Aux in automatically and the turntable was not able to turn.

3. P ress “

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) once, USB/SD operation display area (2 ) will show “USB” then press “

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) again to confirm encoding,

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area (2) will change to

“ ENCODE “ again and “ “ & “ “ icon will flashing, encoding is performing now.

4. Start the playback of the vinyl at Phono or Aux in device.

5. After completing of encoding, press

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) again to stop the encoding and then stop the

Phono/Aux in playback.

Cassette encoding

1. Set the unit in cassette mode by press the “ Tape “ function button (19). Place the cassette tape to the cassette slot to get ready playback.

2. P ress “ USB/SD Record “ button (16) once, USB/SD operation display area (2 ) will show “USB” then press “

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) again to confirm encoding,

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area (2) will change to

“ ENCODE “ again, and “ “ & “ “ icon will flashing on later on, encoding is performing now.

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3. Start the playback of the cassette tape.

4. After completing of encoding, press

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) again to stop the encoding and then stop the cassette playback.

Encoding bit rate (by remote handset)

You can select the desired bit rate for USD/SD encoding, the selectable range from 32 / 64 /96 /128 / 192 / 256 kbps.

Set in

“ Phono “ or “ Cassette “ function & remain stop mode.

1. P ress the “ Info “ function and the USB/SD operation display area (2) will show the default bit rate (128 kbps).

2. Press skip

CD I

/USB/SD or buttons to select the desired bit rate for encoding.

3. P ress again the “ Info “ to confirm the setting and the LCD display (2) resume to “ Phono “ or “ Cassette “ mode.

Remark : Due to this unit was complicate design, thus, CD recording and USB/SD encoding from Phono/Aux or Tape together at the same time was not recommend. Please perform it separately.

Track separation (by remote handset)

You can divide the recording music from track by trace during encoding. Ev ery time when press the “

CD I

/USB/SD

“ (track separation) button once at remote handset during encoding from Phono/Aux in, Cassette the system will generate a new track and continuous the encoding. T he text “ ENCODE “ at

CD I

/USB/SD operation display area (2) will flashing one time, it mean the unit is creating a new track successfully.

Copying of MP3 file

The system allow to copy the file from

CD I

MP3 disc to USB or SD as well as SD to USB alternative by 1 files or all files.

Below explanation was from SD card copy to USB media.

i) Copy 1 track

1. Press

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) during the playback SD card of the copying track, the USB/SD operation display area (2) will display

“ “ and

“ “ & “ “ and flashing. Copying is performing now.(Figure 10)

2. After completing of copy, unit will go to stop mode automatically.

(Figure 10)

ii) Copy all track

1. Insert the USB storage media and SD card and set the unit at SD card

“ stop “ mode after unit reading.

2. Press

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) and unit will display “ “ and “ performing now.

3. After completing of copy, unit will stop playback automatically.

“ & “ “ are flashing. Copying is

Remark:

- If press

CD I

/USB/SD R ecord “ button (16) during playback of USB or SD source, the file will copy from USB to SD or

SD to USB.

- T he system will create a “ fcopy “ folder and store the copy track inside.

- If putting a MP3 disc instead of a CD-disc, the system will copy the files to the USB or SD card once press the “

CD I

/USB/SD Record

“ button (16). The operation procedures is same as CD encoding as stipulate on above, and the system will switch to copying mode only if MP3 file being read.

File delete at USB / SD card (by remote control)

This system is able to erase the file stored inside the USB pen drive or SD card by following:-

Single file delete

1. S et at “ USB “ or “ SD “ mode.

2. P ress and hold the “ Info/Delete “ button for 3 seconds and the USB/SD operation display area (2) will show (del ---001).

3. Press

CD I

/USB/SD skip forward or skip backward

button to select the file going to delete

4. P ress the “

CD I

/USB/SD REC

“ button to enter “ Yes / No “ mode and then press skip forward

or skip backward to select “ yes “ or “ no “.

5. Press the

CD I

/USB/SD REC

“ button again to confirm the deleting.

All files delete

1. Se t at “ USB “ or “ SD “ mode.

2. P ress and hold the “ Info/Delete “ button for 3 seconds and USB/SD operation display area (2) will show (del ---001)

3. Press and ho ld the “ Info/Delete “ button for 3 seconds again, the USB/SD operation display area (2) will show “FORMAT

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4. Then press

CD I

/USB/SD skip forward or skip backward

“ button to select “ Y “.

5. P ress the “

CD I

/USB/SD REC

“ button again to confirm the format.

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Remark :

- All the files inside the USB storage media or SD card will be deleted co mpletely after confirming to “ Yes “ mode.

Removing of USB / memory card

To remove the USB / memory card, turn off the power or switch the function mode to either Tape or Phono first. For USB port

– un-plug it by pulling out the USB socket directly, for memory card –pull out the SD/MMC card straightly without bending.

Line out connection

You can connect the system to your whole hi-fi system by connecting the line out socket (43) to the auxiliary input socket with a RCA cable (not included).

Subwoofer jack

Connect a powered or active Subwoofer (not supplied) to the Subwoofer Jack (46) on the rear of this unit to add extra BASS sound. The sound of the Subwoofer can only be adjusted by its own controls.

Earphone connection

Connect your earphone(not included) to the earphone jack to get your private listening and adjust the volume to comfortable level.

Remark :

- Avoid extended play at very high volume as it may impair your hearing.

- If you experience ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or shut off your unit.

- Keep the volume at a reasonable level even if your headset is an open-air type designed to allow you to hear outside sounds.

Please note that excessively high volume may still block outside sounds.

X-bass sound effect

Press the x-bass button (28) to active x-bass function and enhance the bass effect at

“ on

Remote control transmitter

Battery installation (battery not provided)

The infra-red transmitter requires 2 pc AAA size battery for operation

Button description

1) Repeat In

CDII

mode, press to active repeat play function

2) Random In

CDII

mode, press to active random play function

3) Play/pause In

CDII

mode, press once to start playback. Press again to enter pause mode

4) Program In

CDII

mode, press to active programming function

5) Skip up / down In

CDII

mode press to select previous / next tracks

6) stop In CD mode, press to stop playback

Press to select

CDII

function 7)

CDII

8) Phono/Aux Press to select Phono/Aux function

9)

CD I

10) Tape

Press to select

CD I

function

Press to select tape function

11

)

CD I

/USB/SD alternative Press to exchange the function between

CD I

/USB/SD

12) Volume +/- Press to adjust the volume level

“ position.

13)

CDII

recording Press to perform the

CDII

recording operation button

14)

CD I

/USB/SD Press to operate the

CD I

/USB/SD playback/encode operation button

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RE-ATTACHING THE TURNTABLE DRIVE BELT

STEP 1

Use a screwdriver to remove the black iron ‘C’-clip (iron binder) and lift the turntable off the

Turntable mechanism.

STEP 2

Retrieve the dropped black rubber band (drive belt) and replace it around the column on the bottom of the turntable, then pull it out gently without overstretching and hook the band around the small column point at the edge of the turntable, as shown in the diagram.

STEP 3

To fix the turntable back onto the phonograph mechanism, make sure the column point is positioned over the correct place on the phonograph mechanism, while placing the axis of the turntable in the hole on the phonograph mechanism, as shown in the diagram.

STEP 4

Gently turn the turntable until a ‘plop’-sound is heard, which indicates the repositioning of the rubber band.

Replace the ‘C’-clip to secure the turntable.

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency Range

Antenna

Speaker Max Rating Power

Speaker Ohms

: AM 540

– 1600 kHz / FM 88 – 108 MHz

: External FM Wire Antenna

: 8W

: 4 Ω

: 4W per Channel RMS / 20W p.m.p.o. Output Power

Power Source

Line-out

Aux-in Jack

: 230V AC Mains ~ 50Hz

: Batteries for Remote Transmitter -

2 x 'AAA’ /1.5V (not supplied)

: R + L (RCA)

: 3.5mm dia. Jack

Subwoofer Jack : 3.5mm dia. Jack

Accessory supplied : Remote Control Handset; 45rpm Spindle Adaptor

Recommended Brands of recordable CD’s : 80min / CD-R or CD-RW: Sony, Maxell, TDK, Phillips, Fuji

INSTRUCTIONS ON ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

DO NOT DISPOSE OF THIS PRODUCT IN THE USUAL HOUSEHOLD WASTE AT THE END OF ITS LIFECYCLE, HAND IT OVER AT A

COLLECTION POINT FOR THE RECYCLING OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES. THE SYMBOL ON THE PRODUCT,

THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OR THE PACKING WILL INFORM THEM ABOUT THE METHODS FOR DISPOSAL. THE

MATERIALS ARE RECYCLABLE AS INDICATED BY THE SYMBOL ON THE LEFT. BY RECYCLING, MATERIAL RECYCLING OR

OTHER FORMS OF RE-UTILIZATION OF OLD APPLIANCES, YOU ARE MAKING AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO PROTECT

OUR ENVIRONMENT. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COUNCIL FOR THE AUTHORIZED DISPOSAL LOCATION AND

RECYCLING FACILITIES.

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