Audiovox P-49 Stereo System User Manual

ILL
PWR
CD CHANGER CONTROL
OPEN
P-49
Sub. W
CLAS
POP
EQ
LOC
T/F
REG
MONO
AF TA
ST
SCAN
AS/PS
ME/CR
MULTI-COLOR FLOURESCENT DISPLAY
MUTE
EON
TP PTY
LOUD
SEL
MONO
Tune
/Seek
JAZZ
POWER LEVEL METER
P-49
LOC
1
PAU
2
SCN
3
RPT
4
SHF
5
D.DN
6
D.UP
MODE
BAND
LOUD
AM/FM/MPX RADIO WITH FOLD-DOWN
DETACHABLE FRONT PANEL,
CASSETTE PLAYER, CD CHANGER CONTROLS
AND QUARTZ CLOCK
O WNER'S
MA NUAL
Released 2-20-02
INDEX
Page
Operating Instructions ............................................................... 3 - 8
Setting the Clock .......................................................................... 9
Specifications ..............................................................................10
CD Changer Controls ..................................................................11
CD Changer Error Codes............................................................12
Care and Maintenance ............................................................ 13-14
Warranty ......................................................................................15
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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P-49
LOC
T/F
REG
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MONO
AF TA
ST
SCAN
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12
PAU
2
SCN
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3
4
RPT
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SHF
5
6
D.DN
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D.UP
MODE
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31
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BAND
LOUD
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10
3, 4, 5, 6, 7
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POWER ON-OFF/ILLUMINATION (PWR/ILL) BUTTON
Press this button to turn the unit on or off. If the ignition switch is
“on”, the unit will also turn on automatically when the MODE switch
or BAND switch is pressed. When the button is pressed and held
to turn the unit off, the time of day is displayed.
When the unit is on, each time the button is momentarily pressed
and released, the VFD display panel back-lighting intensity will
change from low-to-medium-to-high, and then back to low, thereby
providing three different intensity settings.
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POWER LEVEL METER
LOC
1
SEL
AS/PS
ME/CR
MULTI-COLOR FLOURESCENT DISPLAY
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MONO
Tune
/Seek
EON
TP PTY
LOUD
MUTE
1
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CLAS
POP
JAZZ
EQ
1
ILL
PWR
CD CHANGER CONTROL
OPEN
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19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 28, 29
(BEHIND PANEL)
11, 33, 34
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AUDIO CONTROL ( / ) BUTTONS
To increase the volume level, press the
button. The volume will
increase and the level will be shown on the display panel from a
minimum of VOL 00 to a maximum of VOL 100. To decrease the
volume level, press the
button. The display will automatically
return to the normal indication 5 seconds after the last volume
adjustment or when another function is activated. These control buttons are also used in conjunction with the Select (SEL) button
to
adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader levels as described in
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PUSH SELECT CONTROL BUTTON (SEL)
This button is used to select the audio function (volume, bass,
treble, balance, or fade) whose setting is adjusted using the AUDIO
CONTROL buttons . Pressing the SEL button once will set the
unit for bass adjustment (BAS will appear on the display panel)
and an audible beep will occur. Pressing the button additional times
will select treble adjustment (TRE on the display), balance (BAL),
or fader (FAD), each accompanied by a beep tone. The display will
automatically return to the normal indication 5 seconds after the
last adjustment or when another function is activated.
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NOTE: Base and Treble cannot be adjusted while the Equalizer
function
is in ROCK, CLASSICS or POP mode.
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BASS CONTROL
To adjust the bass level (Equalizer function inactive), first select
so the BAS indication
the Bass mode by pressing the SEL button
appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of choosing the
button to decrease
Bass mode, press the AUDIO CONTROL
the bass response, or the
AUDIO CONTROL button to increase
it as desired. The level will be shown on the display panel from a
minimum BAS -10 to a maximum of BAS 10 (BAS 00 indicates
flat response). The display will automatically return to the normal
indication 5 seconds after the last adjustment or when another
function is activated.
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TREBLE CONTROL
To adjust the treble level (Equalizer function inactive), first select
so the TRE
the Treble mode by pressing the SEL button
indication appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of
choosing the Treble mode, press the AUDIO CONTROL button
to decrease the treble response or the
AUDIO CONTROL
button to increase it as desired. The level will be shown on the
display panel from a minimum TRE -10 to a maximum of TRE 10
(TRE 00 indicates flat response). The display will automatically
return to the normal indication 5 seconds after the last adjustment
or when another function is activated.
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LEFT/RIGHT BALANCE CONTROL
To adjust the left-right speaker balance, first select the Balance
so the BAL indication appears
mode by pressing the SEL button
on the display panel. Within 5 seconds of choosing the Balance
mode, press the
AUDIO CONTROL button
to adjust the
stereo balance to the left channel speakers or the AUDIO
CONTROL button to adjust it to the right channel speakers. The
balance position will be shown on the display panel from BAL10L
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(full left) to BAL 10R (full right). When the volume level between
the left and right speakers is equal, L=R will be shown on the
display panel. The display will automatically return to the normal
indication 5 seconds after the last adjustment or when another
function is activated.
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FRONT/REAR FADER CONTROL
To adjust the front-rear speaker balance, first select the Fader mode
so the FAD indication appears on
by pressing the SEL button
the display panel. Within 5 seconds of choosing the Fader mode,
AUDIO CONTROL button
to adjust the front-rear
press the
speaker balance to the rear speakers or the AUDIO CONTROL
button to adjust it to the front speakers. The fader position will be
shown on the display panel from R 10 (full rear) to F 10 (full front).
When the level between the front and rear speakers is equal, F=R
will be shown on the display panel. The display will automatically
return to the normal indication 5 seconds after the last adjustment
or when another function is activated.
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LOUDNESS CONTOUR (LOUD)
When listening to music at low volume levels, this feature will boost
the bass and treble ranges to compensate for the characteristics
of human hearing. Press and hold the BAND/LOUD button for 2
seconds to activate this feature; LOUD ON will appear on the display
for 5 seconds. Pressing the button again for 2 seconds will deactivate
the feature; LOUD OFF will appear on the display panel for 5
seconds.
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AUDIO MUTE SELECTOR (MUTE)
Press this button momentarily to mute the volume from the system
(MUTE will appear blinking on the display panel). Pressing the
button again or activating any other button/function will return to
the volume level setting in use before the Mute function was
activated. During cassette and disc play, pressing this button will
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mute the audio; however, cassette and/or changer play will continue
and not be paused.
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AM/FM BAND SELECTOR (BAND)
Each time the BAND/LOU button is pressed momentarily, the radio
band is changed. The indication AM, FM1, FM2 or FM3 will appear
on the display panel according to your selection.
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TUNE/SEEK (
/
) BUTTONS
To manually select a radio station, momentarily press the Up Tuning
) button to advance the unit higher, or the Down Tuning
(
(
) button to tune lower within the selected band.The radio will
tune to the next available station. Pressing either button for longer
than 0.5 second will cause MANUAL to appear on the display; in
this mode each press of the TUNE/SEEK button will increase or
decrease frequency in 200 kHz steps. Pressing and holding either
button in the MANUAL mode will cause the radio to rapidly tune in
the upward or downward direction, and stop when the respective
button is released. Five seconds after tuning is complete, AUTO
will momentarily appear.
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LOCAL (LOC) BUTTON
This feature is used to select the strength of the signals at which
the radio will stop during Automatic Seek Tuning. Pressing and
this button will select the Local setting (LOCAL will appear on the
display panel) and only strong (local) stations will be received.
Pressing the button again will select the normal Distant setting
(LOCAL will disappear from the display panel, and Dx will be
displayed instead) and the radio will stop at a wider range of signals,
including weaker (more distant) stations.
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FM MONO/STEREO BUTTON (MONO)
During FM radio operation, this button is used to select mono or
stereo reception of the broadcast signal. Under normal reception
conditions, the unit should be left in the stereo mode as indicated
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by the ST indication on the display panel when tuned to an FM
stereo signal. If the stereo signal is too noisy for comfortable
listening, press the MON button to switch to mono reception (the
ST indication will disappear from the display panel, and MONO will
be displayed). To return to stereo reception mode, press the button
again so that the ST indication reappears in the display.
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LOCAL STATION SCAN (SCAN) BUTTON
Press this button momentarily to commence a scan of the nearby
local stations whose signal strengths are the strongest (the station
number will appear flashing on the display panel during station
search). Press the button again momentarily to stop the Scan
operation and remain on the current local frequency. To return to
one of the frequencies preset into the current band, press the desired
pre-set button.
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STATION PRE-SET MEMORIES
To set any of the 6 pre-set memories in each band, use the following
procedure:
1. Turn the radio on and select the desired band.
2. Select the first station to be pre-set using the Manual
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TUNE or Automatic SEEK Controls
3. Press the pre-set button to be set and continue to hold it
in for approximately 2 seconds. The preset number (1-6),
will appear on the display panel indicating that the station is
now set into that preset memory position. The station can
now be recalled at any time by pressing that button.
4. Repeat the above procedure for the remaining 5 pre-sets on
that band and for the other 3 bands on the unit.
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VACUUM FLUORESCENT DISPLAY (VFD)
The Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) panel displays the
frequency, time, and activated functions using one of three
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illumination levels as selected by the PWR/ILL button
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POWER LEVEL METER DISPLAY
This display consists of a left and right five-bar graph and a center
graph which provides a visual representation of the volume level
and the left and right channel audio signal levels. The volume level
is represented by the two outer bar graphs. As the volume is
increased, the number of illuminated segments will increase. The
left and right channels are represented by the three inner and center
bar graphs whose illuminated segments increase and decrease as
a function of the signal strength applied to the left and right channels.
As the signal increases, the number of illuminated segments will
increase and vice-versa.
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MODE SELECTOR (MODE)
This button is used to select the radio, cassette player or CD
changer (if installed) playback mode. Each press of the button
will select a different mode as indicated on the display panel.
During cassette operation, this button may be used to select the
CD changer mode. Press the button again to return toradio mode,
or press the button once more to resume play of the cassette
from the point at which it was stopped.
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CASSETTE DOOR
Hold the cassette with the exposed tape edge to the right and
insert into the cassette door. Depress fully until the cassette is
engaged and begins playing. When the cassette reaches the end
on the side of the tape being played, the unit will automatically
change direction of play as shown by the arrows on the display
panel and play the other side of the cassette.
NOTE: Observe cassette operation Cautions in the Care and
Maintenance section of this manual.
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FAST-FORWARD BUTTON ( )
Pushing the Fast-Forward button will cause the tape to move rapidly in the forward direction of play. To stop Fast-Forward movement, lightly push the Rewind button until the Fast-Forward button
disengages.
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REWIND BUTTON ( )
Pushing the Rewind button will cause the tape to move rapidly in
the reverse direction of play. To stop Rewind movement, lightly
push the Fast-Forward button until the Rewind button disengages.
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PAUSE (PAU) BUTTON
The Pause function is used to freeze disc play when the optional
CD changer is in use. PAUSE will appear flashing on the display.
Press this button again to resume disc play; the PAUSE indication
will disappear.
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PROGRAM SELECTOR
To manually reverse tape direction and play the other side of the
cassette, lightly push both the Fast-Forward and Rewind buttons
at the same time. The change of direction will be shown by the
arrows on the display panel.
EJECT BUTTON ( )
Tape playback is stopped and the cassette is ejected by pressing
this button, which also has the function of switching over to radio
operation.
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NOTE: Never leave a cassette engaged in the player when not in
use. Doing so can cause damage to the cassette and/or
mechanism of the unit. Always press the eject button and
remove the cassette when leaving the vehicle.
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TIME/FREQUENCY (T/F) BUTTON
During radio operation, press this button to call the time display on
the incorporated quartz clock. The current time will appear together
with an A or P indication. The display will return to the radio frequency
indication after 5 seconds.
During cassette player operation, a second press of this button
will call the time display. During CD changer operation, the first
press of the button will call the time display. In either case, the
display will return to the disc or cassette indication after 5 seconds.
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EQUALIZER BUTTON (EQ)
The EQ button applies preset sound effects to the unit’s audio output
signal. The EQ button, when pressed, will activate one of the following
operating modes: CLASSICS, POP, JAZZ, FLAT,or DSP OFF. When
the EQ function is active, as displayed on the panel, the bass and
treble levels cannot be changed. When the EQ function is not active,
the unit returns to the user set bass and treble levels. The FLAT
selection indicates no equalizer enhancement of the program, while
DSP OFF inhibits selection of equalizer mode enhancement.
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next pre-set station (the pre-set station number on the display
panel will flash during Pre-Set Scan operation). Press the button
again momentarily to stop Pre-Set Scan operation and remain on
the selected frequency. If no buttons are pressed during the scan,
the unit will continue to scan the band in use.
Pressing and holding the button for longer than 2 seconds will
activate the Auto-Store (AS) tuning feature which will automatically
scan and enter up to 6 local area stations into the pre-set memories
on the band in use. If you have already set the pre-set memories to
your favorite stations, activating the Auto-Store Tuning feature will
erase those stations and enter the new local ones. This feature is
most useful when traveling in a new area where you are not familiar
with the local stations.
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THEFT-DETERRENT LED
Located on the chassis behind the front panel, a light-emitting diode
(LED) will flash when the panel is physically removed. The flashing
light serves as a visual warning to the would-be thief that the unit has
been disabled by removal of the front panel.
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RESET BUTTON
The RESET button is located to the right of the theft deterrent LED.
The reset circuitry should only be activated under the following
circumstances as it will erase the time and pre-set memories:
PRE-SET SCAN (PS) / AUTO-STORE TUNING (AS)
Press this button momentarily to scan the stations pre-set into
each AM band and each FM band. The unit will stop at each preset station for approximately 5 seconds before continuing to the
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1.
Upon initial installation after all wiring is completed.
2.
If there is a malfunction of any of the switches on the unit,
pressing the RESET button may clear the system and return
to normal operation.
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FRONT PANEL RELEASE BUTTON (OPEN)
This button is used to release the mechanism that holds the front
panel to the chassis. To detach the front panel, press the button
so that the panel drops to the lowered position. Grasp the panel at
the middle and pull it off of the chassis. To re-attach the panel,
press it straight onto the chassis until the mechanism locks it into
place.
2. To verify correct panel installation, swing the panel as sembly up into position until it locks easily into place. If
any resistance is encountered, re-check panel orienta tion in chassis mounting plate.
3. When taking the front panel with you, please use the sup plied carrying case to protect the panel from dirt and
damage. Make sure there is no dust or dirt on the
electrical terminals on the back of the panel as this could
cause intermittent operation or other malfunctions.
NOTES ON USE OF FRONT PANEL
1. Make sure the front panel is positioned correctly when slid
ing it into the front mounting plate, as it cannot be attached
when up-side down. Use moderate pressure to fully seat
the panel into position.
PANEL RELEASE
BUTTON
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PWR
CAR COMPACT DISC PLAYER
OPEN
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POP
EQ
LOC
REG
MONO
Tune
/Seek
JAZZ
T/F
MONO
AF TA
ST
EON
AS/PS
TP PTY
ME/CR
LOUD
MULTI-COLOR FLOURESCENT DISPLAY
POWER LEVEL METER
LOUD
MUTE
LOC
SCAN
1
SEL
PAU
2
SCN
3
4
RPT
SHF
5
D.DN
6
D.UP
MODE
BAND
FRONT PANEL
CASSETTE EJECT
BUTTON (27)
FAST FORWARD/
REVERSE BUTTONS
CASSETTE
DOOR (19)
ILL
PWR
OPEN
EQ
MONO
AS/PS
T/F
MULTI-COLOR FLOURESCENT DISPLAY
POWER LEVEL METER
LOUD
MUTE
SEL
LOC
SCAN
1
PAU
2
SCN
3
RPT
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SHF
5
D.DN
6
D.UP
MODE
BAND
RESET BUTTON
(31)
THEFT DETERRENT
LED (30)
SET T ING THE CLOCK
1. Switch the vehicle ignition and radio “on”.
2. Press the Time/Frequency (T/F) button to call the time display; then press and hold the button until the time display flashes.
) button to adjust the hours and AM/PM indication, or the Down
3. While the display is flashing, press the Up TUNE/SEEK (
TUNE/SEEK (
) button to adjust the minutes to the correct time.
4. Five seconds after the last hour or minute adjustment is made, the time will be set in the unit and the display will return to the
normal indication.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Size:
7" W
x 2" H x 6-5/16"D
178 mm x 50 mm x 160 mm
Output Impedance:
Compatible with 4 – 8
ohm speakers.
Operating Voltage:
12 volts DC, negative ground
Fuse Ratings:
Constant (Yellow wire): 15 AMP.
Switched (Red wire): 0.5 AMP.
Low-Level Output:
Tuning Range:
Output Power:
160 watts maximum
(40 watts x 4 channels)
500 mv.
AM: 530 – 1,720 kHz.
(10 kHz. step)
FM: 87.5 – 107.9 MHz.
(200 kHz. step)
Sensitivity:
Output Wiring:
Floating-ground type designed
for 4 speaker use.
Front and rear channels CAN
NOT be combined (bridged) for
use with 2 speakers.
RCA low-level outputs (front
and rear channels).
AM: 20 uv.
FM: 1.5 uv.
FM Stereo Separation:
>20 dB
Cassette Mechanism:
Manual Reverse with
Auto-Aligned Azimuth
System and Tape Program Search
Equal to, or greater than,
40dB
Tape S/N Ratio:
Separation:
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Equal to, or greater than,
35dB
CD CHANGER CONTROLS
Built into this radio are controls to operate an optional CD changer.
Please check with your Prestige/Audiovox car stereo specialist or
call 1-800-645-4994 for recommendations of the models that will
work with this radio.
Adjustment of the audio functions (volume, tone, balance, and
fader) for the CD changer operate in the same manner as they do
for radio play. The following controls will operate the CD changer
when it is installed and connected to this radio. Refer to the
owner’s manual included with the CD changer for instructions on
the installation and correct loading and use of the CD magazine.
dm CD CHANGER MODE SELECTOR (MODE)
During radio or tape cassette play, press this button to select
operation of the CD changer as shown by CDC on the display
panel. Disc play will begin and the disc and track number will be
shown on the display panel. When the magazine is loaded into
the changer, play will begin from the first track of the first disc in
the magazine.
dn DISC SELECT (D.UP/D.DN)
These buttons are used to select the desired disc for play. To
advance to a higher number disc, press the D.UP button. To return
to a lower number disc, press the D.DN button. The number of
the disc in play will be shown on the display panel.
do TRACK SELECT (
/
)
The Track Select functions are executed using the TUNE/SEEK
buttons, and quickly access the beginning of a particular track.
Each time the Forward Track Select (
) button is pressed, the
next higher track number will be selected as shown on the display
panel. Similarly, each time the Backward Track Select (
)
button is pressed, the next lower track number will be selected as
shown on the display panel.
dp CUE/REVIEW FUNCTIONS (
/
)
High-speed audible search to any section of the disc can be made
by using the TUNE/SEEK buttons for the Cue and Review functions.
Repeatedly press the Cue (
) side of the button to advance
rapidly in the forward direction (disc play symbol rotation on the
display panel will stop), or the Review (
) side of the button to
advance rapidly in the backward direction.
dq TRACK/DISC SCAN SELECTOR (SCN)
When the SCN button is pressed,the DISC and SCN
indications will appear on the display panel and the first 10 seconds
of the first track on each disc in the magazine will be played. When
a desired disc is reached, press the SCN button again and play of
the selected disc will continue (DISC and SCN will disappear from
the display panel). The Disc Scan mode will also be canceled by
activating the Repeat Play or Shuffle Play functions.
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DISC/TRACK REPEAT PLAY (RPT)
When the Repeat button is pressed, the DISC and RPT indications
will appear on the display panel and play of the selected disc will
be continually repeated until the Disc Repeat mode is canceled by
pressing the RPT button again or by activating the Scan or Shuffle
Play functions.
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ds DISC/TRACK SHUFFLE PLAY (SHF)
When the SHF button is pressed, the DISC and SHF indications will appear on the display panel and the discs in the magazine will be
played in a random, shuffled order, as well as the tracks on each disc. After playing all tracks selected at random from a disc in the
magazine, the unit will select another disc at random and play all the tracks on it in a random shuffled order. This will continue from
disc-to-disc until the Random Disc mode is canceled by pressing the SHF button again or by activating the Scan or Repeat Play
functions.
CD CHANGER ERROR CODES
If a problem should develop while operating the CD changer, the following error codes may appear on the display panel.
ER-1: Indicates that there is no magazine loaded in the CD changer.
ER-2: Indicates a problem with the magazine eject function.
ER-3: Indicates an error in the disc loading function.
ER-4: Indicates an error in the disc unloading function.
ER-5: Indicates an error in the magazine position.
ER-6: Indicates an error in the laser pick-up position.
ER-7: Indicates an error in the laser focus on the disc.
In any of these error situations, try ejecting the CD magazine from the changer and make sure the discs are clean, undamaged, and
loaded correctly (refer to the Owner’s Manual of the CD changer). Re-load the magazine and check for proper operation. You may
on the unit, but this will also erase the time and pre-set memories. If the suggested measures
also try activating the RESET button
do not solve the problem, contact an approved warranty station near you for further assistance.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
The radio portion of your new sound system does not require any maintenance. We recommend you keep this manual for general reference
of the many features found in this unit.
MAINTAINING THE CASSETTE PLAYER
As with any cassette player, the cassette section of this sound system does require a minimum of maintenance to keep it in good working
condition. The following simple care and maintenance suggestions should be followed to prevent malfunctions of the cassette system.
1. Purchase a cassette cleaning kit from your local retail store. Use it! At least every 20 to 30 hours of operation you must clean the
cassette mechanism. A dirty cassette player will have a poor sound.
2. Do not use cassettes that exceed 45 minutes of play on eachside.
3. Do not insert a cassette that appears to be broken, twisted or dirty or with loose or torn labels on it.
4. Always keep your cassettes away from direct sunlight or exposure to sub-freezing conditions. If a cassette is cold, allow it to warm
up before use.
5. Do not keep a cassette in the player when not in use.
6. Before inserting a cassette in the player, check that
the tape is tightly wound on the reels.Takeup any
excess slack using a pencil to turn the drive hub in
the cassette (see diagram).
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HANDLING COMPACT DISCS
Dirt, dust, scratches, and warpage can cause skips in the playback and deterioration of sound quality. Please follow these guidelines
to take care of your compact discs when using the optional CD Changer:
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Use only compact discs with the mark
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Fingerprints, dust, and dirt should be carefully wiped off the disc’s playing surface (shiny side) with a soft cloth. Wipe in a straight
motion from the inside to the outside of the disc.
Never use chemicals such as record sprays, household cleaners or thinner to clean compact discs. Such chemicals can irreparably
damage the disc’s surface.
Discs should be kept in their storage cases when not in use.
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperatures or high humidity for extended periods.
Do not stick paper, tape, or labels on the disc surfaces nor write on them with any type of marker.
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12 / 24 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Applies to automotive radios, radio/tape players, radio/CD players, CD
changers, power amplifiers, equalizers and accessories.
AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof,
under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such
defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair labor.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of
sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to an approved warranty station or the Company at the address shown below.
The warranty period will be extended to 24 months from the date of original purchase if the product is installed by an authorized Prestige Audio dealer.
To claim warranty service during this extended period, the bill of sale must specify that the product was installed by an authorized Prestige Audio
dealer.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for
installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, compact discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration,
improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE
EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND,
IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 30
MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or
representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so
the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
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