Instruction manual | Crosley Radio CR221 Solo Stereo System User Manual

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Instruction
Manual
CR-221
SOLO
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Welcome
Getting Start e d
Thank you for purchasing the Crosley Radio CR221 Solo Tabletop
Receiver. Before operating this unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
Features
AroundSound™ - Your Crosley Solo features our exclusive
AroundSound design. Using a single, custom - designed driver, the
Solo radio simulates surround sound, creating a warm, ambient tone,
regardless of where you may be located with regards to the radio.
Portable Audio Ready - Your Solo radio comes ready to play portable
audio products, including mp3 players, satellite radio, gaming devices,
cd players, walkmans, - basically anything with a headphone jack!
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About This Manual
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Instructions in this manual describe the controls and functions of the
CR221
Table of Contents
Getting Started
Control Locators
Connector Locators
Unpacking
Set Up
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Basic Operation
AM/FM Radio
Portable Audio Ready
Auxillary Output
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General
Troubleshooting Guide
Warranty Information
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Control Locators
1. Tuner Dial
2. Function Knob
3. Power Indicator
4. Tuning Knob
5. Volume Knob
6. Tuning LED
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Getting Start e d
Unpacking
1. Remove packing material from unit.
Note: Save all packing materials.
2. Remove plastic bag covering radio.
3. Remove ties from AC to DC power adaptor.
4. Remove supplied audio cable from plastic bag.
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Note: Save cable for portable audio component hookup.
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OUTPUT
AUX IN
HEADPHONE
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Set Up
1. Unwind the AC to DC power adaptor.
2. Plug AC end of the power cord into appropriate outlet.
3. Plug the small end of the power adaptor into
the Power Jack in the back of the unit.
CONTROL LOCATORS
1. Antenna
2. Power Jack
3. Aux OUT
4. Aux IN
5. Headphone jack
6. AC to DC Adapter
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AM/FM RADIO
1. Turn the Function Knob to the desired tuning band.
The Power Indicator will turn green to indicate the power
is turned on.
2. Rotate the Tuning Knob to select the desired station.
The Tuning LED will appear brightest when the best signal is
reached. Some weaker but listenable AM stations may not
turn on the Tuning LED.
3. Adjust the volume to the desired level by rotating the Volume Knob.
4. Position the antenna for optimum reception.
PORTABLE AUDIO READY
1. Turn the function knob to “AUX”. Turn the volume to a lower level.
2. Using the supplied male to male mini pin connector, connect
one end to the AUX OUTPUT jack on the back of the unit.
3. Turn on your portable audio device and set the volume
on the device to approximately 10% of full volume.
4. Plug the other end into an output or headphone jack on your
external device.
5. Begin playback on your external device.
Adjust the volume to your desired listening level on your SOLO.
For more volume, increase the setting on your portable device.
Auxillary OUTPUT
The Auxillary Output feature is designed to let you use your SOLO
as an audio source for other components.
1. Using the supplied mini pin connector, connect one end to the
OUTPUT JACK (auxiliary output), on the back of your S O L O.
2. Plug the other end into an auxiliary input jack on the desired
component.
Note: If the desired component does not have a mini pin input
jack, a separate cable will be needed.
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Auxillary OUTPUT cont.
3. For information on using the auxiliary input feature of a specific
component, refer to the auxiliary input section in the instruction
manual of the desired component.
4. Turn the Function Knob to select the desired output; AM, FM,
or AUX.
Note: You can still listen to your Comet while using the aux out
feature.
Troubleshooting Guide
There is no power
1. Make sure AC to DC power cord is plugged in
at the wall and at the back of the unit.
2. Check that the Function Knob is not in the OFF position.
There is no sound
1. Make sure the Function switch is not in the AUX position.
The sound is distorted.
1. Adjust the tuner and/or antenna to improve the
signal strength. Under certain circumstances, the
reception may be improved by relocating the unit.
2. When using the “Aux in” plug, turn off any eq settings
on the portable device.
3. Check the volume level of external device if listening to auxiliary input.
It should be set as low as possible.
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