Operating instructions | Black Box 3600 Modem User Manual

MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
UX-H35
UX-H33
UX-H30
— Consists of CA-UXH35 and SP-UXH35
— Consists of CA-UXH33 and SP-UXH33
— Consists of CA-UXH30 and SP-UXH30
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
INSTRUCTIONS
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No.
which are located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
GVT0101-008A
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Warnings, Cautions and Others
IMPORTANT for the U.K.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the
plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home
or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then
obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or
consult your dealer.
BE SURE to replace the fuse only with an identical
approved type, as originally fitted.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off ensure to remove
the fuse and dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a
possible shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the
mains supply.
If this product is not supplied fitted with a mains plug then
follow the instructions given below:
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT make any connection to the terminal which is
marked with the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or
coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wires in the mains lead on this product are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
Blue :
Neutral
Brown :
Live
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as
follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
red.
(standby/on) button!
CAUTION—
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely
(all lamps and indications go off). The
(standby/on)
button in any position does not disconnect the mains line.
• When the unit is on standby, the STANDBY lamp lights
red.
• When the unit is turned on, the STANDBY lamp goes off.
The power can be remote controlled.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.:
1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet.
2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
• Do not block the ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by
a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be
able to get out.)
• Do not place any naked flame sources, such as
lighted candles, on the apparatus.
• When discarding batteries, environmental
problems must be considered and local rules or
laws governing the disposal of these batteries must
be followed strictly.
• Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture,
dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
REPRODUCTION OF LABELS
1 CLASSIFICATION LABEL ON EXTERIOR SURFACE
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. CAUTION: Invisible laser radiation when open and
interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to
beam.
3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no
user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
2 WARNING LABEL INSIDE THE UNIT
CAUTION: Invisible laser
radiation when open and
interlock failed or defeated.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE
TO BEAM.
(e)
ADVARSEL: Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når
sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude
af funktion. Undgå udsættelse for stråling
(d)
VARNING: Osynlig laserstrålning när denna del är
öppnad och spärren är
urkopplad. Betrakta ej
strålen.
(s)
VARO: Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet
alttiina näkymättömälle
lasersäteilylle. Älä katso
säteeseen.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
“SOME DOS AND DON’TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT”
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards, but like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.
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Do read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
Do ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections between pieces of
equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Switch off and withdraw the mains
plug when making or changing connections.
Do consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your equipment.
Do be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
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DON’T continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way
—switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
DON’T remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages.
DON’T leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended
operation or has a standby mode.
Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family know how to do this.
Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people.
DON’T use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the requirements of traffic safety. It
is illegal to watch television whilst driving.
DON’T listen to headphones at high volume as such use can permanently damage your hearing.
DON’T obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings.
Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment.
DON’T use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws—to ensure complete safety always fit the manufacturer’s
approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions.
DON’T allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture.
ABOVE ALL
— NEVER let anyone, especially children, push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case—this
could result in a fatal electrical shock.
— NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind—it is better to be safe than sorry!
CAUTION: Proper Ventilation
To avoid risk of electric shock and fire, and to prevent damage, locate the apparatus as follows:
1 Front:
No obstructions and open spacing.
2 Sides/ Top/ Back: No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below.
3 Bottom:
Place on a level surface. Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand
with a height of 10 cm or more.
15 cm
Front View
15 cm
1 cm
Side View
1 cm
15 cm
15 cm
15 cm
UX-H35
UX-H33
UX-H30
10 cm
UX-H35/UX-H33/UX-H30
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Introduction
We would like to thank you for purchasing one of our JVC products.
Before operating this unit, read this manual carefully and thoroughly to obtain
the best possible performance from your unit, and retain this manual for future
reference.
About This Manual
Power sources
This manual is organized as follows:
• The manual mainly explains operations using the
buttons on the remote control.
You can use the buttons both on the remote
control and on the main unit for the same
operations if they have the same or similar names
(or marks), unless mentioned otherwise.
• Basic and common information that is the same for
many functions is grouped in one place, and is not
repeated for each procedure. For instance, we do not
repeat the information about turning on/off the unit,
setting the volume, changing the sound effects, and
others, which are explained in the section “Common
Operations” on pages 10 and 11.
• The following symbols are used in this manual:
Gives you warning and caution to
prevent damage or risk of fire/electric
shock.
Furthermore, it gives you information
about what is not good for obtaining
the best possible performance from the
unit.
Gives you information and hints you
should know.
• When unplugging the unit from the wall outlet,
always pull on the plug, not the AC power cord.
DO NOT handle the AC power cord with
wet hands.
Moisture condensation
Moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit in
the following cases:
• After starting heating in the room
• In a damp room
• If the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm
place
Should condensation occur, the unit may malfunction.
In this case, leave the unit turned on for a few hours
until the moisture evaporates, unplug the AC power
cord, then plug it in again.
Others
• Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the unit,
unplug the power cord and consult your dealer
before operating any further.
• If you are not going to operate the unit for an
extended period of time, unplug the power cord.
DO NOT disassemble the unit since there
are no user serviceable parts inside.
Precautions
If anything goes wrong, unplug the power cord and
consult your dealer.
Installation
• Install in a place which is level, dry and neither too
hot nor too cold—between 5˚C and 35˚C.
• Install the unit in a location with adequate
ventilation to prevent internal heat buildup in the
unit.
• Leave sufficient distance between the unit and the
TV.
• Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid
interference with TV.
DO NOT install the unit in a location near
heat sources, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust or vibration.
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Contents
Location of the Buttons ............................................... 3
Main Unit .......................................................................... 3
Remote Control ................................................................. 5
Getting Started ............................................................. 6
Supplied Accessories ......................................................... 6
Connecting Antennas ........................................................ 6
Connecting Speakers ......................................................... 7
Connecting Other Equipment ............................................ 8
Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control .................. 9
Common Operations ................................................. 10
Setting the Clock ............................................................. 10
Turning On the Power ..................................................... 11
Adjusting the Volume ...................................................... 11
Adjusting the Tone (Bass/Treble) .................................... 11
Reinforcing the Bass Sound ............................................ 11
Listening to FM and AM (MW) Broadcasts ........... 12
Tuning in to a Station ...................................................... 12
Presetting Stations ........................................................... 12
Tuning in to a Preset Station ........................................... 13
Receiving FM Stations with RDS ................................... 13
Changing the RDS Information ...................................... 14
Searching for Programs by PTY Codes (PTY Search) ... 14
Switching Temporarily to a Program Type
of Your Choice .......................................................... 15
Playing Back Discs ..................................................... 16
Playing Back the Entire Disc—Normal Play .................. 16
Basic Disc Operations ..................................................... 17
Programming the Playing Order of the Tracks
—Program Play ......................................................... 17
Playing at Random—Random Play ................................ 18
Repeating Tracks—Repeat Play ...................................... 18
Playing Back Tapes .................................................... 19
Playing Back a Tape ........................................................ 19
Recording ................................................................... 20
Recording on a Tape ........................................................ 20
Disc Direct Recording ..................................................... 21
One Track Recording ...................................................... 21
Using the Timers ........................................................ 22
Using Daily Timer and Recording Timer ........................ 22
Using Snooze Timer ........................................................ 24
Using Sleep Timer ........................................................... 24
Maintenance ............................................................... 25
Troubleshooting ......................................................... 26
Additional Information ............................................. 27
Specifications .............................................................. 28
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Location of the Buttons
Become familiar with the buttons on your unit.
Main Unit
Top view
PHONES
1
2
7
8
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
3
TIMER/SNOOZE
4
9
OPEN
MULTI CONTROL
ONE TOUCH
REC
4
7
¢
VOLUME
BAND
5
AUX
TAPE
TUNER
AHB PRO
p
CD
6
Front view
q
w
STANDBY
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
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t
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Display window
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BASS SLEEP SNOOZE
REC ON
OFF CLOCK
MONO STEREO
RDS TA NEWS INFO
REC
9
p
q
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
PROGRAM RANDOM
ALL
OVER
e
r
t
w
y
See the pages in parentheses for details.
Main unit
Display window
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 Tape operation indicators
• 2 3 (tape direction), REC (recording), and
(reverse mode)
2
(timer) indicator
3 REC (recording timer) indicator
4 ON/OFF (timer on-time/off-time) indicators
5 CLOCK indicator
6 BASS indicator
7 SLEEP indicator
8 SNOOZE indicator
9 MONO and STEREO indicators
p RDS operation indicators
• RDS and TA/NEWS/INFO
q Main display
• Shows the source name, frequency, etc.
w Track calender indicators
e PROGRAM indicator
r RANDOM indicator
t Repeat indicators
and ALL
•
y OVER indicator
7
8
9
p
q
w
e
r
t
PHONES jack (11)
Disc cover
TIMER/SNOOZE button (10, 22 – 24)
ONE TOUCH REC (recording) button (20, 21)
(standby/on) button (11, 23)
Source buttons
• AUX, @ # TAPE, BAND TUNER, and
#/8 CD
Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the
unit.
MULTI CONTROL buttons
• 4 (reverse skip), 7 (stop), and ¢ (forward
skip)
AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO button (11)
0 OPEN (disc cover open) button (16)
VOLUME + / – buttons (11)
Display window
STANDBY lamp (11)
Cassette holder
Remote sensor
) (cassette holder open) button (19 – 21)
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Remote Control
See the pages in parentheses for details.
STANDBY/ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
DISPLAY
7
8
9
CLOCK
/TIMER
10
SLEEP
9
1
p
q
10
w
UP
BASS
TREBLE
e
2
3
SET
DOWN
CANCEL
r
4
5
CD
TUNER
TAPE
AUX
REV.MODE FM MODE
AUTO
PRESET
RANDOM
REPEAT
6
PRGM
7
PTY
SEARCH
8
AHB PRO
PTY
SELECT
DISPLAY
+
TA/NEWS
/INFO
t
y
u
i
o
1 Number buttons
2 BASS button (11)
3 Multi control buttons
UP, 4 (reverse skip), 7 (stop), ¢
•
DOWN
(forward skip), and
4 SET button (13)
5 Source buttons
• 3/8 CD, 2 3 TAPE, TUNER, and AUX
Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the
unit.
6 REV.MODE (reverse mode) button (19 – 21)
7 PRGM (program) button (17)
8 RDS operation buttons (14, 15)
• PTY SEARCH, PTY SELECT + / –, DISPLAY,
and TA/NEWS/INFO
button (11, 23)
9 STANDBY/ON
p DISPLAY button (10)
q CLOCK/TIMER button (10, 22, 23)
w SLEEP button (24)
e TREBLE button (11)
r CANCEL button (18)
t AUTO PRESET button (12)
y FM MODE button (12)
u REPEAT button (18)
i RANDOM button (18)
o AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO button (11)
; VOLUME + / – button (11)
;
–
VOLUME
STANDBY
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
When using the remote control, point it at the
remote sensor on the front panel.
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Getting Started
Supplied Accessories
Continued
To connect an outdoor FM antenna
Make sure that you have all the following items.
The number in parentheses indicates the quantity of
each piece supplied.
• AM loop antenna (1)
• FM antenna (1)
• AC power cord (1)
• Remote control (1)
• Batteries (2)
Before connecting the antenna, disconnect the supplied
FM antenna.
Outdoor FM antenna
(not supplied)
Coaxial cable (not supplied)
If anything is missing, consult your dealer
immediately.
Connecting Antennas
FM antenna
FM antenna (supplied)
A 75 Ω antenna with coaxial type connector
(IEC or DIN 45325) should be used.
1 Attach the FM antenna to the FM
COAXIAL 75 Ω terminal.
2 Extend the FM antenna.
3 Fasten it up in the position which gives
you the best reception, then fix it on the
wall, etc.
About the supplied FM antenna
The FM antenna supplied with this unit can be used as
temporary measure. If reception is poor, you can connect an
outdoor FM antenna.
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Connecting Speakers
AM (MW) antenna
1
1
Vinyl-covered wire
(not supplied)
2
Speaker cord
Speaker cord
2
AM loop antenna
(supplied)
Right speaker
1 Connect the AM loop antenna to the
AM LOOP terminals as illustrated.
2 Turn the AM loop antenna until you
have the best reception.
Left speaker
1 Press and hold the clamp of the
speaker terminal on the rear of the
unit.
2 Insert the end of the speaker cord into
the terminal.
To connect an outdoor AM (MW) antenna
When reception is poor, connect a single vinyl-covered
wire to the AM EXT terminal and extend it
horizontally. The AM loop antenna must remain
connected.
For better reception of both FM and AM (MW)
• Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other
terminals and connecting cords.
• Keep the antennas away from metallic parts of the unit,
connecting cords, and the power cord.
Match the polarity between the unit and the
speaker terminals: ª to ª and · to ·.
3 Release your finger from the clamp.
• DO NOT connect speakers while the
power is on.
• DO NOT connect more than one speaker
to each speaker teminal.
IMPORTANT: Use only speakers with the same
speaker impedance as shown on the speaker
terminals on the rear of the unit.
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To remove the speaker grilles
NOW you are ready to plug in the unit
and any other connected equipment.
The speaker grilles are removable.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to check all connections to
be done before plugging the power cord.
Projections
Holes
This unit can be supplied with power through the AC
IN connector (at home) or the DC IN connector (in a
car).
• Do not connect the unit using the AC IN connector
and the DC IN connector at the same time for safe
and correct use.
Speaker grille
To remove the speaker grille, insert your fingers at
the top of the speaker grille, pull towards you. Then
pull the bottom towards you.
To connect the AC power cord
AC power cord (supplied)
AC IN
To attach the speaker grille, follow the illustration
above.
Connecting Other Equipment
Connect the AC power cord to the AC IN connector
and a wall outlet.
To connect an audio equipment
You can connect audio equipment—used only as a
playback device.
• DO NOT connect any equipment while
the power is on.
• DO NOT plug in any equipment until all
connections are complete.
Be sure that the plugs of the audio cords are colored:
White plugs and jacks are for left audio signals, and
red ones for right audio signals.
R
L
L
Audio equipment
To audio output
R
For playing other equipment through this unit,
connect between the audio output jacks on the other
equipment and AUX jacks by using audio cords (not
supplied).
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When using the unit in your car
To car’s cigarette
lighter socket (12 V)
Putting the Batteries into the Remote
Control
Insert the batteries—R6(SUM-3)/AA(15F)—into the
remote control, by matching the polarity (+ and –) on
the batteries with the + and – markings on the battery
compartment.
When the remote control can no longer operate the
unit, replace both batteries at the same time.
1
12V 4A
Car adapter
(JVC model: CA-R120E)
DC IN
2
R6(SUM-3)/AA(15F)
Connect a car adapter to the DC IN (12 V, 4 A)
connector and the cigarette lighter socket.
• DO NOT connect the car adapter to the
cigarette lighter socket before connecting
it to the DC IN connector. Otherwise, a
short-circuit may occur if the adapter plug
makes contact with any metal part inside
the car.
• DO NOT use this unit for a long time in a
car while the car ignition switch is turned
“OFF” (or set to “ACC”). Otherwise, the
car battery will be exhausted.
3
• DO NOT use an old battery together with
a new one.
• DO NOT use different types of batteries
together.
• DO NOT expose batteries to heat or
flame.
• DO NOT leave the batteries in the battery
compartment when you are not going to
use the remote control for an extended
period of time. Otherwise, the remote
control will be damaged from battery
leakage.
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Common Operations
3
Setting the Clock
Before operating the unit any further, first set the unit’s
clock. When you plug in the power cord, the CLOCK
indicator and “0:00” start flashing on the display.
You can set the clock whether the unit is on or off.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If
the setting is canceled before you finish, start over
from step 1.
On the remote control:
1
Continued
Press CLOCK/TIMER.
Press ¢ or 4 to adjust the minute,
then press TIMER/SNOOZE.
To check the clock time during play
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (grey-colored).
• Each time you press the button, the
source indication and the clock time
alternate on the display.
DISPLAY
CLOCK
/ TIMER
The hour digits start flashing on the
display.
CLOCK
2
UP
Press UP or DOWN to
adjust the hour, then press
CLOCK/TIMER.
DOWN
The minute digits start flashing.
CLOCK
3
• When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure
occurs
The clock is reset to “0:00” right away. If this happens, set
the clock again.
• The clock may gain or lose 1 to 2 minutes per month
If this happens, reset the clock.
To change the clock
1
Make sure the
(timer) indicator is not lit on
the display.
• If it is lit, press and hold CLOCK/TIMER (or
TIMER/SNOOZE on the unit) until it goes off.
2
Press CLOCK/TIMER (or TIMER/SNOOZE
on the unit) repeatedly until the unit enters the
clock setting mode (the hour digits start flashing
on the display).
First time you press CLOCK/TIMER (or TIMER/
SNOOZE on the unit), the unit enters the timer
setting mode. (See page 22.)
3
Repeat steps 2 and 3 of the procedure of
“Setting the Clock.”
4
Press and hold CLOCK/TIMER (or TIMER/
SNOOZE on the unit) again so that the
(timer) indicator goes off.
CLOCK
/ TIMER
Press UP or DOWN to adjust the
minute, then press CLOCK/TIMER.
CLOCK
On the unit:
1
Press TIMER/SNOOZE.
TIMER/SNOOZE
The hour digits start flashing on
the display.
2
Press ¢ or 4 to
adjust the hour, then
press TIMER/SNOOZE.
The minute digits start flashing.
TIMER/SNOOZE
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Turning On the Power
Adjusting the Tone (Bass/Treble)
STANDBY/ON
To turn on the unit, press
STANDBY/ON
(
on the unit).
The STANDBY lamp on the unit goes off.
• When you press the source button
—3/8 CD, 2 3 TAPE, TUNER (or
BAND TUNER on the unit) and AUX, the unit
automatically turns on and starts playback if the
source is ready.
You can adjust the bass level (low frequency range)
and the treble level (high frequency range) within a
range of –5 to +5.
When shipped, the bass level set to “BASS 0” and the
treble level set to “TREBLE +1.”
• This function only affects the playback sound, and
does not affect your recording.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If
the setting is canceled before you finish, start over
from step 1.
To turn off the unit (standby), press
STANDBY/ON
(
on the unit) again.
The STANDBY lamp on the unit lights on.
• The CLOCK indicator and “0:00” flash on the
display until you set the built-in clock. After setting
the clock, the clock time will appear on the display
while the unit is on standby.
• A little power is always consumed even while the
unit is on standby.
To switch off the power supply completely, unplug
the power cord.
When you unplug the power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The clock is reset to “0:00” right away, while the tuner preset
stations (see page 12) will be erased in a few days.
Adjusting the Volume
You can adjust the volume level only while the unit is
turned on. The volume level can be adjusted between
“VOL MIN” and “VOLUME 1” – “VOLUME 40
(VOL MAX).”
Press VOLUME + to increase the
volume or press VOLUME – to
decrease it.
VOLUME
For private listening
Connect headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound comes
out of the speakers. Be sure to turn down the volume before
connecting or putting on headphones.
On the remote control ONLY:
1
Press BASS to adjust the bass level or
press TREBLE to adjust the treble
level.
BASS
2
Press
UP to increase the
level or press
DOWN to
decrease it.
DOWN
You can reinforce the bass sound to maintain rich, full
bass at low volume—Active Hyper Bass Pro.
• This function only affects the playback sound, and
does not affect your recording.
AHB PRO
To get the effect, press AHB PRO so
that the BASS indicator lights up on the
display.
• Each time you press the button, the
bass reinforcement alternates between on (AHB ON)
and off (AHB OFF).
To cancel the effect, press AHB PRO again so that the
BASS indicator goes off.
11
11
UP
Reinforcing the Bass Sound
DO NOT turn the unit off (standby) with the
volume set to an extremely high level;
otherwise, the sudden blast of sound can
damage your hearing, speakers and/or
headphones when you turn on the unit or
start playing any source next time.
REMEMBER you cannot adjust the volume
level while the unit is on standby.
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Listening to FM and AM (MW) Broadcasts
Tuning in to a Station
1
2
Presetting Stations
Press TUNER (or BAND
TUNER on the unit) to select
the band.
The unit automatically turns on and
tunes in to the previously received
station—either FM or AM (MW).
• Each time you press the button, the
band alternates between FM and AM
(MW).
TUNER
BAND
You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM (MW) stations—
using either automatic presetting or manual presetting.
In some cases, test frequencies have been already
memorized for the tuner since the factory examined the
tuner preset function before shipment. This is not a
malfunction.
TUNER
To preset stations automatically—Automatic
presetting
You need to preset stations separately for the FM and
AM (MW) bands.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press and hold ¢ or
4 for more than 1
second.
1
2
To stop searching, press ¢ or 4.
To change the FM reception mode
FM MODE
To restore the stereo effect, press FM MODE again
so that the MONO indicator goes off. In stereo mode,
you can hear stereo sound when a stereo program is
broadcast.
TUNER
Press and hold AUTO
PRESET for more than 2
seconds.
AUTO
PRESET
Local stations with strong signals are
searched for and stored in memory automatically.
When automatic presetting is over, the station
stored in preset number 1 is tuned in.
• Storing new stations erase the previously stored
one.
When you press ¢ or 4 briefly and
repeatedly
The frequency changes step by step.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press TUNER to select the
band.
The unit automatically turns on and
tunes in to the previously received
station—either FM or AM (MW).
• Each time you press the button, the band
alternates between FM and AM (MW).
The unit starts searching for
stations and stops when a station of sufficient
signal strength is tuned in.
• If a program is broadcast in stereo, the
STEREO indicator lights up.
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to
receive or noisy, press FM MODE so that
the MONO indicator lights up on the
display. Reception will improve.
Continued
3
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to store stations
for the other band.
When you cannot automatically store stations
you want
Stations with weak signals cannot be detected with automatic
presetting. To store such stations, use manual presetting.
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To preset stations manually—Manual presetting
You need to preset stations separately for the FM and
AM (MW) bands.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If
the setting is canceled before you finish, start over
from step 2.
On the remote control ONLY:
1
Tune in to the station you want to
preset.
• See “Tuning in to a Station” on page 12.
2
SET
Press SET.
To tune in to a preset station directly using the
number buttons
On the remote control ONLY:
Pressing the number button(s)
allows you to select the preset
number you want.
Ex.: For preset number 5, press 5.
For preset number 15, press
+10, then 5.
For preset number 20, press
+10, then 10.
For preset number 30, press
+10, +10, then 10.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
Receiving FM Stations with RDS
3
Press
UP or
DOWN
to select a preset number.
UP
DOWN
4
Press SET again.
The tuned station in step 1 is stored in the preset
number selected in step 3.
• Storing a new station on a used number erases
the previously stored one.
When you unplug the power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The tuner preset stations will be erased in a few days. If this
happens, preset the stations again.
RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send
an additional signal along with their regular program
signals. For example, the stations send their station
names, as well as information about what type of
program they broadcast, such as sports or music, etc.
When tuned in to an FM station which provides the
RDS service, the RDS indicator lights up on the
display.
With the unit, you can receive the following types of
RDS signals.
PS (Program Service):
Shows commonly known station names.
PTY (Program Type):
Shows types of broadcast programs.
RT (Radio Text):
Shows text messages the station sends.
Enhanced Other Networks:
Provides information about the types of the
programs sent by other RDS stations.
Tuning in to a Preset Station
On the remote control ONLY:
1
Press TUNER to select the
band.
TUNER
The unit automatically turns on
and tunes in to the previously
received station—either FM or AM (MW).
• Each time you press the button, the band
alternates between FM and AM (MW).
2
Press
UP or
DOWN
to select a preset number.
More about RDS
• Some FM stations do not provide RDS signals.
• RDS services vary among FM RDS stations. For details on
RDS services in your area, check with local radio stations.
• RDS may not work correctly if the received station is not
transmitting the signals properly or if the signal strength is
weak.
UP
DOWN
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Changing the RDS Information
On the remote control ONLY:
You can see RDS information on the display while
listening to an FM station.
On the remote control ONLY:
1
“PTY” and “SELECT” appear on the
display alternately.
2
Press DISPLAY (orange-colored).
DISPLAY
• Each time you press the button, the
display changes to show the following
information:
PS
PTY
(Program Service) (Program Type)
(Radio Text)
• If no PS, PTY, or RT signals are sent by a station
“NO PS,” “NO PTY,” or “NO RT” appears on the display.
• On the characters displayed
When the display shows PS, PTY or RT signals:
– The display shows upper case letters only.
– The display cannot show accented letters; for example,
“A” may represent accented “A’s” like “Á, Â, Ã, À, Ä
and Å.”
To search for a program using the PTY codes
REMEMBER you must preset FM RDS stations to use
the PTY codes. If not yet done, see pages 12 and 13.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If
the setting is canceled before you finish, start over
from step 1.
PTY
SELECT
NONE Ô NEWS Ô AFFAIRS Ô
INFO Ô SPORT Ô EDUCATE Ô
DRAMA Ô CULTURE Ô SCIENCE Ô
VARIED Ô POP M Ô ROCK M Ô
EASY M Ô LIGHT M Ô CLASSICS Ô
OTHER M Ô WEATHER Ô
FINANCE Ô CHILDREN Ô SOCIAL Ô
RELIGION Ô PHONE IN Ô TRAVEL Ô
LEISURE Ô JAZZ Ô COUNTRY Ô
NATION M Ô OLDIES Ô FOLK M Ô
DOCUMENT Ô TEST Ô ALARM Ô
(back to the beginning)
Station frequency
(or preset channel no.)
One of the advantages of RDS is that you can locate a
particular kind of program by specifying the PTY
codes.
• For details on the PTY codes, see “Additional
Information” on page 27.
Press PTY SELECT + or
PTY SELECT – until the
PTY code you want
appears on the display.
• Each time you press the buttons,
the PTY codes change as follows:
RT
Searching for Programs by PTY Codes
(PTY Search)
PTY
SEARCH
Press PTY SEARCH.
3
Press PTY SEARCH once again.
While searching, “SEARCH” and the selected PTY
code alternately appear on the display.
The unit searches 30 preset FM stations, stops
when it finds the one you have selected (“FOUND”
and the selected PTY code appear), and tunes in
that station.
• If no program is found, “NOTFOUND” appears
on the display and the unit returns to the last
received station.
To stop searching any time during the process, press
PTY SEARCH while searching.
If you preset a station while PTY Search is
being carried out
PTY Search may not stop. If this happens, press PTY
SEARCH to stop searching manually.
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Switching Temporarily to a Program
Type of Your Choice
How the Enhanced Other Networks function
actually works:
The Enhanced Other Networks function allows the unit
to switch temporarily to a broadcast program of your
choice (TA, NEWS, and INFO) from a different
station.
• The function only works when you are listening to a
preset FM RDS stations providing the data.
CASE 1
If there is no station broadcasting the program
you have selected
The unit continues tuning in to the current station.
«
When a station starts broadcasting the program
you have selected, the unit automatically switches
to the station. The indicator of received PTY code
starts flashing.
«
When the program is over, the unit goes back to
the previously tuned station, but the function still
remains activated.
To activate the Enhanced Other Networks function
REMEMBER you must preset FM RDS stations to use
the function. If not yet done, see pages 12 and 13.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If
the setting is canceled before you finish, start over
from step 1.
On the remote control ONLY:
1
Press TA/NEWS/INFO until
the data type you want
appears on the display.
CASE 2
TA/NEWS
/INFO
If there is a station broadcasting the program
you have selected
The unit tunes in to the program. The indicator of
received PTY code starts flashing.
«
When the program is over, the unit goes back to
the previously tuned station, but the function still
remains activated.
The selected data type indicator (TA,
NEWS, and INFO) also flashes.
• Each time you press the button, the data type
indicators change as follows:
TA
NEWS
INFO
OFF
(Canceled)
CASE 3
TA
: Traffic announcement
NEWS : News
INFO : Program the purpose of which is to
impart advice in the widest sense.
OFF
: The function is canceled. The data
type indicator (TA, NEWS, and
INFO) goes off.
2
If the FM station you are listening to is
broadcasting the program you have selected
The unit continues to receive the station but the
indicator of received PTY code starts flashing.
«
When the program is over, the indicator of
received PTY code stops flashing and remains lit,
but the function still remains activated.
Wait for about 3 seconds after
specifying the data type.
The data type indicator stops flashing and remains
lit.
Now, the function is activated. See “How the
Enhanced Other Networks function actually
works.”
•
•
•
•
More about the Enhanced Other Networks
function
The data sent from some stations may not be compatible
with this unit and also some stations may not include
Enhanced Other Networks data. In this case, the function
may not work correctly.
While listening to a program tuned into by the function, the
station does not change even if another network station
starts broadcasting a program of the same data.
The function is canceled when you change the source to
CD, TAPE or AUX, while it is temporarily canceled when
you change the source to AM (MW).
This function is also canceled when you turn off the unit.
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Playing Back Discs
This unit has been designed to play back the following
discs—CD, CD-R, and CD-RW.
When playing a CD-R or CD-RW
User-edited CD-Rs (CD-Recordable) and CD-RWs
(CD-ReWritable) can be played only if they are
already “finalized.”
• Usually you can play back your original CD-Rs or
CD-RWs recorded in music CD format. However,
sometimes they may not play depending on their
characteristics or recording conditions.
• Before playing CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read their
instructions or cautions carefully.
• Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not play on this unit
because of their disc characteristics, damage or stain
on them, or if the player’s lens is dirty.
• CD-RWs may require a longer readout time. This is
because the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower than for
regular discs.
Continued
3
Close the disc cover gently.
4
Press 3/8 CD.
The unit automatically turns on and the
first track of the disc starts playing.
Track number
In general, you will have the best performance by
keeping your discs and the mechanism clean.
• Store discs in their cases, and keep them in cabinets
or on shelves.
• Keep the unit’s disc cover closed when
not in use.
Elapsed playing time
REC
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
OVER
• The track number that has already played
disappears from the track calender on the
display.
• The disc automatically stops when the last track
has finished playing.
To stop playing, press 7.
Total track number
General notes
CD
Total playing time
REC
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
OVER
To remove the disc, press 0 OPEN on the unit.
Continued use of irregular shape discs
(heart-shape, octagonal, etc.) can damage
the unit.
Playing Back the Entire Disc—Normal Play
1
Press 0 OPEN on the unit.
The disc cover opens.
• You can insert a disc while
listening to another source.
2
OPEN
Place a disc correctly with its label side
up.
CORRECT
• If the disc cannot be read correctly (because it is
scratched, for example) or an unreadable CD-R or CDRW is inserted
Playback will not start.
• If no disc is inserted
“NO DISC” appears on the display.
• If the loaded disc has more than 15 tracks
The OVER indicator lights on the display.
DO NOT try to open the disc cover by hand
as it will be damaged.
INCORRECT
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Basic Disc Operations
Programming the Playing Order of the
Tracks—Program Play
While playing a disc, you can do the following
operations.
You can arrange the order in which tracks play before
you start playing. You can program up to 20 tracks.
To stop playing for a moment
During play, press 3/8 CD.
While pausing, the elapsed playing time
flashes on the display.
On the remote control ONLY:
CD
1
Load a disc.
• If the current playing source is not the CD
player, press 3/8 CD, then 7 before going to
the next step.
To resume playing, press 3/8 CD again.
To go to another track
Before or during play, press ¢ or
4 repeatedly.
• ¢ : Skips to the beginning of the
next or succeeding tracks.
• 4 : Goes back to the beginning of
the current or previous tracks.
2
Press PRGM (program).
PRGM
The PROGRAM indicator lights up
on the display.
PROGRAM
To go to another track directly using the number
buttons
• If a program has been stored in memory, the
program is called up.
On the remote control ONLY:
Pressing the number button(s)
before or during play allows you
to start playing the track number
you want.
Ex.: For track number 5, press 5.
For track number 15, press
+10, then 5.
For track number 20, press
+10, then 10.
For track number 32, press
+10, +10, +10, then 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
8
3
Press
UP or
DOWN
to select the track number,
then press SET.
• You can select the track number
directly using the number
button(s). (See “To go to another
track directly using the number
buttons.”)
9
10
Track number
To locate a particular point in a track
During play, press and hold ¢ or
4.
• ¢ : Fast-forwards the tracks.
• 4 : Fast-reverses the tracks.
UP
DOWN
SET
Program step number
4
Repeat step 3 to program
other tracks you want.
5
Press 3/8 CD.
CD
The tracks are played in the order you have
programed.
If you try to program a 21st track
“FULL” will appear on the display.
To stop playing, press 7.
To exit from Program Play, press
PRGM (program) before or after playing.
• The PROGRAM indicator goes off.
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PRGM
To check the program contents
You can check the program
contents by pressing ¢ or 4
before or after playback.
• ¢ : To check the contents in
the programmed order.
• 4 : To check the contents in the reverse order.
To modify the program
On the remote control ONLY:
Before or after playing, you can erase the
last programed track by pressing CANCEL.
• Each time you press the button, the last
programed track is erased from the
program.
CANCEL
To erase the program, press 7 before or
after playing.
• Pressing 0 OPEN to open the disc cover
will also erase the programed tracks.
On the remote control ONLY:
Load a disc.
• If the current playing source is not the CD
player, press 3/8 CD, then 7 before going to
the next step.
RANDOM
The RANDOM indicator lights up on
the display.
3
Press 3/8 CD.
CD
The tracks are randomly played.
Random Play ends when all the tracks
are played once.
RANDOM
You can have all the tracks, the program or individual
track currently playing, repeat as many times as you
like.
On the remote control ONLY:
ALL
The tracks will play in no particular order when you
use this mode.
Press RANDOM.
To exit from Random Play, press
RANDOM before or after playing.
Random Play is canceled and Normal Play
resumes.
• The RANDOM indicator goes off.
REPEAT
To repeat playing, press REPEAT before
or during play.
• Each time you press the button, Repeat
Play changes as follows, and the
following repeat indicator lights up on the display:
Playing at Random—Random Play
2
To stop playing, press 7.
Repeating Tracks—Repeat Play
To add tracks in the program before playing, simply
select the track numbers you want to add by following
step 3 of the programming procedure.
1
To skip the current track, press ¢.
• You cannot go back to the previous
track by pressing 4.
Canceled
: Repeats one track.
ALL : In Normal Play, repeats all the tracks.
In Program Play, repeats all the tracks in
the program.
In Random Play, repeats all the tracks in
random order.
To cancel Repeat Play, press REPEAT repeatedly
until the repeat indicator goes off.
• Repeat Play remains in effect even when you select
another play mode (Normal, Program or Random
Play).
cannot be selected. If
has
• In Random Play,
been selected when you press RANDOM, it is
canceled.
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Playing Back Tapes
You can play back type I tapes.
If no cassette is inserted when you press
2 3 TAPE
“NO TAPE” appears on the display.
Playing Back a Tape
1
Press ) for cassette deck on the unit.
To stop playing, press 7.
The cassette holder opens.
To fast-wind to the left or to the
right, press ¢ or 4 while the
tape is not running.
The tape direction indicator (3 or 2)
starts flashing rapidly on the display.
To remove the cassette, press ) on
the unit.
2
Put a cassette in with the exposed part
of the tape down.
To play both sides—Reverse Mode
You can set the deck to play just one side of a tape,
both sides once, or both sides continuously.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press REV.MODE (reverse mode).
• Each time you press the button, the
Reverse Mode changes as follows:
3
Close the cassette holder cover gently.
4
Press 2 3 TAPE.
REV.MODE
: The deck automatically stops after playing
both sides of the tape. Stops when playback
in the 2 direction is finished.
: The deck continues to play both sides of the
tape until 7 is pressed.
: The deck automatically stops after playing
one side of the tape.
TAPE
The unit automatically turns on and
the tape starts playing. The tape
direction indicator (3 or 2) flashes
slowly on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the tape
direction changes:
3 : plays the front side.
2 : plays the reverse side.
The use of C-120 or thinner tape is not
recommended, since characteristic
deterioration may occur and this tape easily
jams in the pinch-rollers and the capstans.
When the tape plays to the end, the deck
automatically stops if the Reverse Mode is set to
or
. (See “To play both sides—Reverse
Mode.”)
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Recording
Continued
IMPORTANT:
• It should be noted that it may be unlawful to rerecord pre-recorded tapes, records, or discs
without the consent of the owner of copyright in
the sound or video recording, broadcast or cable
program and in any literary, dramatic, musical,
or artistic embodied therein.
• The recording level is automatically set correctly, so
it is not affected by the other sound settings. Thus,
during recording you can adjust the sound you are
actually listening to without affecting the recording
level.
• If recordings you have made have excessive noise or
static, the unit may be too close to a TV. Increase the
distance between the TV and the unit.
• You can use type I tape for recording.
To protect your recording
Cassettes have two
small tabs on the
back to protect from
unexpected erasure
or re-recording.
To protect your recording, remove these tabs.
To re-record on a protected tape, cover the holes with
adhesive tape.
2
Close the cassette holder gently and
check the recording direction for the
tape.
• If the tape direction is not correct, press 2 3
TAPE twice then 7 to change the tape direction.
• If you want to record on both sides of a tape, see
“To record on both sides—Reverse Mode.”
3
Start playing the source—FM, AM
(MW) or auxiliary equipment
connected to AUX jacks.
• When the source is the CD player, see “Disc
Direct Recording” on page 21.
4
Press ONE TOUCH
REC (recording).
ONE TOUCH
REC
The REC (recording) indicator
lights up on the display and recording starts.
• If no cassette is inserted when you press REC
“NO REC” appears on the display.
• If a protected tape is inserted when you press REC
“NO REC” appears on the display.
To stop while recording, press 7.
At the start and end of cassette tapes
There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto. Thus,
when recording discs or radio broadcasts, wind the leader tape
first to ensure that the recording will be made without any
loss.
To remove the cassette, press ) on the
unit.
To record on both sides—Reverse Mode
Recording on a Tape
On the unit ONLY:
1
Put a recordable cassette in with the
exposed part of the tape down.
On the remote control ONLY:
REV.MODE
Press REV.MODE (reverse mode)
repeatedly until
or
is lit.
• When using the Reverse Mode for
lights up and start
recording,
recording in the forward (3) direction first.
Otherwise, recording will stop when recording is
done only on one side (reverse) of the tape.
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Disc Direct Recording
To record on both sides—Reverse Mode
On the remote control ONLY:
Everything on the disc goes onto the tape in the order it
is on the disc, or according to the order you have set in
Program Play.
On the unit ONLY:
1
Put a recordable cassette in with the
exposed part of the tape down.
2
Load a disc.
• If the current playing source is not the CD
player, press 3/8 CD, then 7 before going to
the next step.
— If you do not want pauses of about 4 seconds
recorded between selections, press 3/8 CD
twice. Otherwise, a non-recorded pause will
be automatically inserted between selections.
• If you want to record on both sides of a tape, see
“To record on both sides—Reverse Mode.”
3
Press ONE TOUCH
REC (recording).
ONE TOUCH
REC
The REC (recording) indicator
lights up on the display and recording starts.
After recording, the CD player and cassette deck
automatically stop.
To stop while recording, press 7.
The tape stops after 4 seconds.
To remove the cassette, press ) on the
unit.
REV.MODE
Press REV.MODE (reverse mode)
repeatedly until
or
is lit.
• When using the Reverse Mode for Disc
lights up and start
Direct Recording,
recording in the forward (3) direction first. When
the tape reaches its end while recording a song in the
forward direction (3), the last song will be rerecorded at the beginning of the reverse side (2).
If you start recording on the reverse side (2),
recording will stop when recording is done only on
one side (reverse) of the tape.
When making Sleep Timer settings while doing
Disc Direct Recording
Set enough time to allow for the disc to finish playing;
otherwise, the power will go off before recording is
completed.
One Track Recording
This recording method is convenient when you record
tracks while playing the disc. You can record just your
favorite songs on the tape.
On the unit ONLY:
1
Put a recordable cassette in with the
exposed part of the tape down.
2
Play the track on the disc you wish to
record.
3
Press ONE TOUCH
REC (recording).
ONE TOUCH
REC
The CD player returns to the
beginning of that track and the track is recorded on
the tape.
After recording, the CD player and cassette deck
automatically stop.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to record other
tracks you want.
To stop while recording, press 7.
The tape stops after 4 seconds.
To remove the cassette, press ) on the
unit.
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Using the Timers
Continued
There are four timers available—Daily Timer,
Recording Timer, Snooze Timer, and Sleep Timer.
Before using the timers, you need to set the unit’s
clock (see page 10).
2
UP
On the remote control:
1) Press
UP or
DOWN to set
the hour, then press
CLOCK/TIMER.
UP or
DOWN to set
2) Press
the minute, then press
CLOCK/TIMER.
Using Daily Timer and Recording Timer
You can set the timer whether the unit is on or off.
On the unit:
1) Press ¢ or 4 to set the
hour, then press TIMER/
SNOOZE.
2) Press ¢ or 4 to set the
minute, then press
TIMER/SNOOZE.
How the timer actually works
When the on-time comes, the unit automatically turns
on (the
[timer] indicator flashes just before the ontime and continues flashing while the timer is
operating). Then, when the off-time comes, the unit
automatically turns off (standby).
The timer setting remains in memory until you change
it.
(timer) indicator is lit on the display,
• When the
the timer acts as the Daily Timer. Once the timer has
been set, it will be activated at the same time
everyday until the timer is turned off.
(timer) and the REC indicators are lit
• When the
on the display, the timer acts as the Recording Timer.
After the timer-recording finishes, the details of the
setting remain stored but the timer is turned off.
Before you start...
When using “ TUNER” as the source to play, make
sure to select the desired station before turning off the
power.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If
the setting is canceled before you finish, start over
from step 1.
1
Press CLOCK/TIMER
(or TIMER/SNOOZE on
the unit).
The
(timer) and the ON
indicators light up and the
current on-time flashes on the
display.
CLOCK
/ TIMER
Set the on-time when you want the unit
to turn on.
DOWN
CLOCK
/ TIMER
TIMER/SNOOZE
The OFF indicator lights up and the unit enters
off-time setting mode.
OFF
3
Set the off-time when you want the unit
to turn off (standby).
On the remote control:
UP or
DOWN to set the hour, then
1) Press
press CLOCK/TIMER.
2) Press
UP or
DOWN to set the minute,
then press CLOCK/TIMER.
On the unit:
1) Press ¢ or 4 to set the hour, then press
TIMER/SNOOZE.
2) Press ¢ or 4 to set the minute, then press
TIMER/SNOOZE.
The unit enters the timer selecting mode.
TIMER/SNOOZE
The unit enters on-time setting mode.
ON
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4
Select the timer (Daily
Timer or Recording Timer)
with the source to play.
On the remote control:
Press
UP or
DOWN to
select the timer, then press
CLOCK/TIMER.
UP
• See “Setting the Clock” on page 10.
7
On the unit:
Press ¢ or 4 to select the
timer, then press TIMER/SNOOZE.
Press STANDBY/ON
(or
on the unit) to turn
off the unit (standby) if you
have set the timer with the
unit turned on.
STANDBY/ON
• When the timer turns on the unit, the
(timer)
indicator starts flashing. (If the Recording Timer
is selected in step 4, the REC indicator also
starts flashing.)
TIMER/SNOOZE
REC
TUNER
TUNER
TAPE
CD
TUNER : tunes in to the last station you were
listening to. (Daily Timer)
REC
Adjust the clock if you need.
DOWN
CLOCK
/ TIMER
UP
• Each time you press
DOWN (4), the
(¢) or
timer mode and the source
change as follows:
6
TUNER : records the last station you were
listening to. (Recording Timer)
• Put a recordable cassette into the deck.
To deactivate the timer temporarily,
press and hold CLOCK/TIMER (or
TIMER/SNOOZE on the unit) until
(timer) indicator on the display
the
goes off.
CLOCK
/ TIMER
TIMER/SNOOZE
To activate or change the timer
(with the previous setting), follow
steps 1 to 7 on pages 22 and 23.
• If you want to change the timer setting after the
Daily Timer be used, first deactivate the timer.
CD : plays a disc. (Daily Timer)
• Load a disc.
TAPE : plays a tape. (Daily Timer)
• Make sure that the tape is in the cassette
deck.
• Make sure that the tape direction is
correct.
The unit enters the volume level setting mode.
5
• If the unit is turned on when the timer on-time comes
Timer does not work.
• When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure
occurs
The timer will be canceled. You need to set the clock first,
then the timer again.
Select the volume level.
On the remote control:
Press
UP or
DOWN to set the volume level,
then press CLOCK/TIMER.
On the unit:
Press ¢ or 4 to set the volume level, then
press TIMER/SNOOZE.
• You can select the volume level
(“VOLUME – –” and “VOLUME 0” to
“VOLUME 40”).
If you select “VOLUME – –,” the volume is set
to the previous level when the unit was turned
off.
• To turn off the volume while the Recording
Timer (REC TUNER) is working, set the volume
level “VOLUME 0.”
The unit enters the clock setting mode.
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Using Snooze Timer
Using Sleep Timer
The Snooze Timer turns off the unit (standby) only for
5 minutes while the Daily Timer is in operation.
• You can set the Snooze Timer only while the Daily
Timer is in operation.
With the Sleep Timer, you can fall asleep to music. You
can set the Sleep Timer when the unit is turned on.
Press TIMER/SNOOZE on
the unit (or CLOCK/TIMER
on the remote control) while
the Daily Timer is in operation.
The unit turns off (standby) and the
SNOOZE indicator lights up on the display.
After 5 minutes, the unit automatically
turns on.
TIMER/SNOOZE
How the Sleep Timer actually works
The unit automatically turns off after the specified time
length passes.
On the remote control ONLY:
CLOCK
/ TIMER
1
Press SLEEP.
SLEEP
The time length until the shut-off time
appears and the SLEEP indicator lights
up on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the time length
changes as follows:
SLEEP 10
SLEEP 20
SLEEP 30
SLEEP 60
• If the unit is turned on when the Snooze Timer is
working
The Snooze Timer and the Daily Timer will be canceled.
• If you set the Snooze Timer when there is less than 5
minutes until the Daily Timer off-time
The unit will not turn on even when 5 minutes passed.
• When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure
occurs
The timer will be canceled. You need to set the clock first,
then the timer again.
Canceled
2
SLEEP120
SLEEP 90
Wait for about 5 seconds after
specifying the time length.
To check the remaining time until the shut-off time,
press SLEEP once so that the remaining time until the
shut-off time appears for about 5 seconds.
To change the shut-off time, press SLEEP repeatedly
until the desired time length appears on the display.
To cancel the setting, press SLEEP repeatedly until
the SLEEP indicator goes off.
• The Sleep Timer is also canceled when you turn off
the unit.
• If you set the Sleep Timer after the Daily Timer starts
playing the selected source
The Daily Timer is canceled. When the Sleep Timer shutoff time comes, the unit will be turned off.
• If you set the Sleep Timer after the Recording Timer
starts recording
The Recording Timer is canceled, but recording continues
until the Sleep Timer shuts off the power.
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Maintenance
To get the best performance from the unit, keep your discs, tapes, and mechanism clean.
Cleaning the unit
Handling cassette tapes
• Stains on the unit
Should be wiped off with a soft cloth. If the unit is
heavily stained, wipe it with a cloth soaked in waterdiluted neutral detergent and wrung well, then wipe
clean with a dry cloth.
• Since the unit may deteriorate in quality, become
damaged or have its paint peel, be careful about
the following.
—DO NOT wipe it with a rough cloth.
—DO NOT wipe it strongly.
—DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine.
—DO NOT apply any volatile substances such as
insecticides to it.
—DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in
contact with it for a long time.
Handling discs
• Remove the disc from its case by
holding it at the edge while
pressing the center hole lightly.
• Do not touch the shiny surface of
the disc, or bend the disc.
• Put the disc back in its case after
use to prevent warping.
• Be careful not to scratch the
surface of the disc when
placing it back in its case.
• Avoid exposure to direct
sunlight, temperature extremes,
and moisture.
To clean the disc
Wipe the disc with a soft cloth
in a straight line from center to
edge.
DO NOT use any solvent—such as conventional
record cleaner, spray, thinner, or benzine—to clean
the disc.
• If the tape is loose in its cassette,
take up the slack by inserting a
pencil in one of the reels and
rotating.
• If the tape is loose, it may get
stretched, cut, or caught in the
cassette.
• Be careful not to touch the tape
surface.
• Avoid storing tapes in the following
places:
—In dusty places
—In direct sunlight or heat
—In moist areas
—On a TV or speaker
—Near a magnet
To keep the best recording and playback sound
quality
If the heads, capstans, and pinch rollers of the cassette
deck become dirty, the following will occur:
• Impaired sound quality
• Discontinuous sound
• Fading
• Incomplete erasure
• Difficulty in recording
To clean the heads, capstans, and pinch rollers
Use a cotton swab moistened with alcohol.
Capstans
Heads
Pinch Rollers
To demagnetize the heads
Turn off the unit, and use a head demagnetizer
(available at electronics and audio shops).
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Troubleshooting
If you are having a problem with your unit, check this list for a possible solution before calling for service.
If you cannot solve the problem from the hints given here, or the unit has been physically damaged, call a qualified
person, such as your dealer, for service.
Symptom
Cause
Action
No sound is heard.
• Connections are incorrect or
loose.
• Headphones are connected.
• Check all connections and make
corrections. (See pages 6 – 9.)
• Disconnect the headphones.
Hard to listen to broadcasts because
of noise.
• Antennas are disconnected.
• The AM loop antenna is too close
to the unit.
• The FM antenna is not properly
extended and positioned.
• Reconnect the antennas correctly
and securely.
• Change the position and direction
of the AM loop antenna.
• Extend the FM antenna to the best
position.
The disc does not play.
The disc is placed upside down.
Place the disc with the label side up.
The disc sound is discontinuous.
The disc is scratched or dirty.
Clean or replace the disc. (See page
25.)
The cassette holder cannot be
opened.
Power from the power cord has been Plug in the power cord, then turn on
cut off while the tape was running.
the unit.
Impossible to record.
Small tabs on the back of the
cassette are removed.
Cover the holes with adhesive tape.
Operations are disabled.
The built-in microprocessor may
malfunction due to external
electrical interference.
Unplug the power cord and then
plug it back in.
Unable to operate the unit from the
remote control.
• The path between the remote
control and the remote sensor on
the unit is blocked.
• The batteries are exhausted.
• Remove the obstruction.
• Replace the batteries.
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Additional Information
Description of the PTY codes:
NEWS:
News.
NATION M:
AFFAIRS:
Topical program expanding or enlarging
upon the news—debate, or analysis.
Current popular music of the nation or
region in that country’s language.
OLDIES:
INFO:
Program the purpose of which is to impart
advice in the widest sense.
Music from the so-called “golden age” of
popular music.
FOLK M:
Music which has its roots in the musical
culture of a particular nation.
SPORT:
Program concerned with any aspect of
sports.
EDUCATE:
Educational programs.
DOCUMENT: Program concerning factual matters,
presented in an investigative style.
DRAMA:
All radio plays and serials.
TEST:
CULTURE:
Programs concerning any aspect of national
or regional culture, including language,
theater, etc.
Broadcasts for testing emergency broadcast
equipment or receiver.
ALARM:
Emergency announcement.
SCIENCE:
Programs about natural sciences and
technology.
VARIED:
Used for mainly speech-based programs
such as quizzes, panel games and
personality interviews.
POP M:
Commercial music of current popular
appeal.
ROCK M:
Rock music.
Alarm function
EASY M:
Current contemporary music considered to
be “easy-listening.”
LIGHT M:
Instrumental music, and vocal or choral
works.
CLASSICS:
Performances of major orchestral works,
symphonies, chamber music, etc.
If an “ALARM” (Emergency) signal is received
from a station while listening to the radio, the unit
automatically switches to the station broadcasting
the “ALARM” signal, except when you are
listening to non-RDS stations—all AM (MW) and
some FM stations.
OTHER M:
Music not fitting into any of the other
categories.
Test function
WEATHER:
Weather reports and forecasts.
FINANCE:
Stock Market reports, commerce, trading
etc.
CHILDREN:
Programs targeted at a young audience.
SOCIAL:
Programs about sociology, history,
geography, psychology and society.
RELIGION:
Religious programs.
PHONE IN:
Involving members of the public expressing
their views either by phone or at a public
forum.
TRAVEL:
Travel information.
LEISURE:
Programs about recreational activities.
JAZZ:
Jazz music.
COUNTRY:
Songs which originate from, or continue the
musical tradition of the American Southern
States.
Classification of the PTY codes for some FM
stations may be different from the above list on
this page.
The “TEST” signal is used for testing the
“ALARM” signal.
Therefore, it makes the unit work in the same way
as the “ALARM” signal does.
If a “TEST” signal is received from a station while
listening to the radio, the unit automatically
switches to the station broadcasting the “TEST”
signal, except when you are listening to non-RDS
stations—all AM (MW) and some FM stations.
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Specifications
Amplifier
General
Output Power:
20 W (10 W + 10 W) at 4 Ω (10% THD)
Audio input sensitivity/Impedance (at 1 kHz)
AUX:
500 mV/48.75 kΩ
Speakers/Impedance:
4Ω
Power requirement:
AC IN:
230 V
, 50 Hz
DC IN:
12 V, 4 A
Tuner
FM tuning range: 87.50 MHz – 108.00 MHz
AM tuning range:
MW:
522 kHz – 1 629 kHz
CD player
Dynamic range:
Signal-to-noise ratio:
Wow and flutter:
85 dB
90 dB
Immeasurable
Power consumption:
35 W (at operation)
3.0 W (on standby)
Dimensions (approx.):
412 mm x 208 mm x 275 mm (W/H/D)
Mass (approx.):
6.5 kg
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Cassette deck
Frequency response:
Normal (type I):
Wow and flutter:
50 Hz – 15 000 Hz
0.15% (WRMS)
Speaker
Speaker units:
Full range:
8.0 cm cone x 1
Impedance:
4Ω
Dimensions (approx.):
135 mm x 203 mm x 190 mm (W/H/D)
Mass (approx.):
1.7 kg each
Supplied Accessories
See page 6.
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