Specifications | Garmin 126 GPS Receiver User Manual

MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
UX-A52
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
4
5
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
— Consists of CA-UXA52 and SP-UXA52
CA-UXA52 SP-UXA52
3
6
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM UX-A52
REPEAT PLAY MODE
CD
FM/AM TAPE
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
AUX/MD
COMPACT
STANDBY/ON
BEEP
DIGITAL AUDIO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
PHONES
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.
GVT0071-003A
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Warnings, Cautions and Others
Caution ––
STANDBY/ON button!
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely (the
STANDBY/ON lamp goes off).
The
STANDBY/ON button in any position does not disconnect
the mains line.
• When the unit is on standby, the STANDBY/ON lamp lights red.
• When the unit is turned on, the STANDBY/ON lamp lights green.
The power can be remote controlled.
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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.
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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 the level surface. Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by
placing on a stand with a height of 10 cm or more.
Front view
Side view
15 cm
15 cm
15 cm
15 cm
1 cm
1 cm
15 cm
15 cm
UX-A52
UX-A52
10 cm
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IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS /
REPRODUCTION OF LABELS /
1 CLASSIFICATION LABEL, PLACED ON EXTERIOR
SURFACE
CLASS
LASER
2 WARNING LABEL, PLACED INSIDE THE UNIT
1
PRODUCT
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. DANGER: 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.
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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
• When unplugging the unit from the wall outlet, always
pull the plug, not the AC power cord.
This manual is organized as follows:
• This manual mainly explains playback using the
remote control, and the other operations such as
recording operations using the buttons on the unit.
You can use the buttons both on the remote control
and on the 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 in 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 “Basic and
Common Operations” on pages 10 – 13.
• The following marks are used in this manual:
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 this 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.
Gives you warning and caution to prevent
from damage or risk of fire/electric shock.
Furthermore, gives you information which
is not good for obtaining the best possible
performance from the unit.
Others
• Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the unit,
unplug the AC 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 AC power cord from the wall
outlet.
Gives you information and hints you had
better know.
DO NOT disassemble the unit since there are no
user serviceable parts inside.
Precautions
If anything goes wrong, unplug the AC 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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Location of the Buttons .................................. 3
Playing Back a CD ........................................ 17
Main Unit ............................................................... 3
Remote Control ...................................................... 5
Precautions on CD Playback ................................. 18
Playing Back the Entire CD—Normal Play .......... 18
Basic CD Operations ............................................ 19
Programing the Playing Order of the Tracks
—Program Play .............................................. 20
Playing at Random—Random Play ....................... 21
Repeating Tracks—Repeat Play ............................ 21
Getting Started ................................................ 6
Unpacking .............................................................. 6
Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control ......... 6
Connecting Antennas .............................................. 7
Connecting Speakers ............................................... 8
Connecting Other Equipment .................................. 8
Adjusting the Voltage Selector ................................ 9
Playing Back a Tape ..................................... 22
Playing Back a Tape ............................................. 23
Basic and Common Operations ................... 10
Using External Equipment .......................... 24
Turning On the Power ........................................... 11
Selecting the Sources and Starting Play ................ 11
Adjusting the Volume ............................................ 12
Turning On/Off the Key-touch Tone ...................... 12
Reinforcing the Bass Sound .................................. 12
Selecting the Sound Modes ................................... 12
Setting the Display Illumination ............................ 13
Listening to External Equipment ........................... 25
Recording from This Unit
to External Equipment .................................... 25
Recording on Tapes ...................................... 26
Before You Start Recording ................................... 27
Recording FM/AM Broadcasts ............................. 28
Recording CD—CD Synchronized Recording ...... 28
Recording External Equipment ............................. 29
Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts .......... 14
Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing ................. 15
Tuning in a Station ................................................ 15
Presetting Stations ................................................ 15
Tuning in a Preset Station ..................................... 16
Using the Timers ........................................... 30
Setting the Clock ................................................... 31
Using Recording Timer ......................................... 31
Using Daily Timer ................................................ 32
Using Sleep Timer ................................................ 34
Timer Priority ....................................................... 34
Maintenance .................................................. 35
Troubleshooting ............................................ 36
Specifications ................................................. 36
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Contents
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Location of the Buttons
Become familiar with the buttons on your unit.
Main Unit
Top view
1
e
w
2
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
3
open/close
REC start
q
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
4
5
p
9
6
8
7
Front view
Display—indicators
g f
o
;
r
PBC REC
DAIRY SOUND
ST MONO
PBC REC
DAILY SOUND
ST MONO
GROUP
s
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STANDBY/ON
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
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AHB
PRO
AHB
PRO
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See pages in the parentheses for details.
Main unit
Display—indicators
1 FM/AM button (11, 15)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
2 COLOR button (9, 13)
STANDBY/ON button (11, 15)
3
4 CD open/close 0 button (18 – 20)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
5 CD # ¥ 8 (play/pause) button (11, 18, 28)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
6 MODE select and REC start buttons (28, 29)
7 Multi operation buttons
• 4 (reverse skip), 7 (stop), and ¢ (forward skip)
8 SLEEP button (34)
9 TAPE @ # (play) button (11, 23, 28, 29)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
p TAPE open/close 0 button (23)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
q VOLUME + / – buttons (12, 25)
w AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO button (12, 25)
e AUX/MD button (11, 25, 29)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
r Electronic swing panel
t Display
• Shows the source name and some indicators, etc.
y PHONES ( ) jack—stereo mini-type (12)
u Remote sensor
i STANDBY/ON lamp (11)
o Timer mode indicators (31 – 34)
(Timer), DAILY (Daily Timer), and REC
•
(Recording Timer)
; CD indicator
• Lights when CD is in the disc tray.
a Tuner indicator
• Lights when the tuner is selected as the source.
s Tape indicator
• Lights when a cassette is in the cassette loading slot.
d AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO indicator (12)
f SOUND indicator (12)
g ST (stereo) and MONO indicators (15)
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM UX-A52
COMPACT
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL AUDIO
BY/ON
STAND
PHONES
R
COLO
ER
DIMM
FM
K
CLOC R
/TIME
P
SLEE
E
MOD
3
2
1
6
5
4
9
8
LAY
DISP
7
+10
0
10
AT
REPE
SET
ODE
REV.M
CEL
CAN
M
FM/A
PLAY
E
MOD
/MD
AUX
TAPE
BEEP
CD
ME
VOLU
D
SOUNE
MOD
AHB
PRO
U
A52
SUX
RM-
When using the remote control, point it at the remote
sensor on the electronic swing panel.
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Remote Control
Remote control
s
1
2
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
3
4
5
6
7
8
DISPLAY
CD
REPEAT PLAY MODE
FM/AM TAPE
AUX/MD
9
BEEP
p
q
w
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
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;
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
p
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t
r
VOLUME
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q
w
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r
t
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u
i
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RM-SUXA52U
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s
DIMMER button (13, 31)
COLOR button (9, 13)
CLOCK/TIMER button (31 – 33)
DISPLAY button (16, 19, 23, 28, 29)
SET button (13, 15, 31 – 33)
REV. (reverse) MODE button (23)
CANCEL button (20, 31, 32)
FM/AM button (11, 15, 16)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
CD 3 ¥ 8 (play/pause) button (11, 18 – 21)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
Multi operation buttons
• 4 (reverse skip), 7 (stop), and ¢ (forward skip)
SOUND MODE button (12, 25)
AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO button (12, 25)
VOLUME + / – buttons (12, 25)
BEEP button (12)
TAPE 2 3 button (11, 23)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
AUX/MD button (11, 25)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
REPEAT button (21)
PLAY MODE button (20, 21)
Number buttons
• 0, 1 – 10, +10 buttons
• + / = buttons (13)
SLEEP button (34)
FM MODE button (15)
STANDBY/ON button (11, 32, 33)
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Unpacking
Make sure that you have all the following items.
The number in parentheses indicates the quantity of the
pieces supplied.
•
•
•
•
•
•
FM antenna (1)
AM loop antenna (1)
AC power cord (1)
Remote control (1)
Batteries (2)
AC plug adaptor (1)
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Putting the Batteries into the Remote
Control
Insert the batteries—R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F)—into the
remote control, by matching the polarity (+ and –) on the
batteries with the + and – marking on the battery
compartment.
When the remote control can no longer operate the unit,
replace both batteries at the same time.
If anything is missing, consult your dealer immediately.
1
2
R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F)
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, it will be damaged from battery
leakage.
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Getting Started
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Connecting Antennas
AM antenna
FM antenna
1
2
ANT
ENN
A
AM
AM
EX
T
LO
FM antenna (supplied)
OP
FM
(7
CO 5Ω)
AXIA
L
ANT
Vinyl-covered wire
(not supplied)
ENN
A
AM
1
Attach the FM antenna to the FM (75 Ω) COAXIAL
terminal.
2
Extend the FM antenna.
3
Fasten it up in the position which gives you the best
reception.
AM
EX
T
OP
LO
FM
(7
CO 5Ω)
AXIA
L
3
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.
To connect an outdoor FM antenna
Before connecting it, disconnect the supplied FM antenna.
AM loop antenna
(supplied)
1
If cords are covered with insulation, twist the core
of the cord at the end of each cord, then remove the
insulation.
2
Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM LOOP
terminals as illustrated.
3
Turn the AM loop antenna until you have the best
reception.
Outdoor FM antenna
(not supplied)
To connect an outdoor AM 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.
ANT
ENN
A
AM
AM
For better reception of both FM and AM
• 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 AC power cord.
EX
T
LO
OP
FM
(7
CO 5Ω)
AXIA
L
A 75 Ω antenna with coaxial type
connector should be used.
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Connecting Speakers
To remove the speaker grilles
The speaker grilles are removable.
To connect speakers
You can connect the speakers by following the procedure
below:
Holes
Projections
1
2
Speaker grille
3,4
Speaker terminals
To remove the speaker grille, insert your fingers at the top
of the speaker grille, then pull towards you. Do the same at
the bottom.
To attach the speaker grille, put the projections of the
speaker grille into the holes of the speaker.
Connecting Other Equipment
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4Ω
Speaker cord
+
+
R
L
–
–
You can connect both of the analog and digital equipment.
When you connect and use the equipment, refer also to its
manual supplied.
Red
Speaker cord
• DO NOT connect other equipment while the
power is on.
• DO NOT plug in any equipment until all
connections are complete.
Black
R
L
Rear of the right
speaker
1
To connect audio equipment with an optical digital
input terminal
Rear of the left
speaker
If cords are covered with insulation, twist the core
of the cord at the end of each cord, then remove the
insulation.
2
Open the speaker terminal.
3
Insert the end of the speaker cord to the terminal.
Match the polarity: White cord to red (+) terminal and
black cord to black (–) terminal.
4
Close the speaker terminal on the rear of the unit.
You can record CD sound onto the connected digital
equipment.
Connect an optical digital cord (not supplied) between the
optical digital input terminal on the other equipment and
the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT terminal.
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
terminal
Before connecting the other equipment,
remove the protective cap from the
terminal.
Audio equipment with
an optical digital input
Use only speakers with the speaker impedance—4 Ω to 16 Ω.
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To connect analog audio equipment
NOW, you can plug the AC power cord.
Be sure that the plugs of the audio cords and the jacks on
the rear of the unit are color-coded: White plugs and jacks
are for left audio signals, and red ones for right audio
signals.
• If the wall outlet does not match the AC plug, use the
supplied AC plug adaptor.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to check all connections to be done
before plugging the AC power cord into a wall outlet.
LINE IN
(AUX)
R
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
L
R
AC power cord
(supplied)
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
L
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
R
L
230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
127V
A C IN
110V
AC IN
2
To output
Analog audio
equipment
To a wall outlet
When connecting the AC power cord into a wall outlet, the
unit automatically starts the display illumination.
For playing the other equipment through this unit,
connect between the audio output jacks on the other
equipment and the LINE IN (AUX) jacks by using an audio
cord (not supplied.)
Adjusting the Voltage Selector
To stop and cancel the display demonstration, press
COLOR during display illumination—while the unit is
turned off (on standby.)
To start the display illumination manually, press
COLOR again while the unit is turned off (on standby.)
Before plugging in the unit, set the correct voltage for your
area with the voltage selector on the rear of the unit.
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
R
L
Voltage arrow
230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
127V
110V
AC IN
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
Use a screwdriver to rotate the voltage selector so the
voltage number the voltage arrow is pointing at is the same
as the voltage where you are plugging in the unit. (See
back cover page.)
DO NOT plug in before setting the voltage selector
on the rear of the unit and all connection procedures
are complete.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 11 to 13.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
SET
CD
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON
10
REPEAT PLAY MODE
0
+10
AUX?MD
FM/AM TAPE
BEEP
CD
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
FM/AM TAPE
AUX/MD
VOLUME
BEEP
RM-SUXA52U
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
Main unit (Front view)
COMPACT
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL AUDIO
PHONES
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Basic and Common Operations
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Turning On the Power
Selecting the Sources and Starting Play
When you press the play buttons (CD 3 / 8, TAPE 2 3)
for a particular source or FM/AM and AUX/MD, the unit
automatically turns on (and starts playback if the source is
ready.)
To select the tuner, press FM/AM.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby) and the last selected station is tuned in.
Each time you press FM/AM, the band alternates between
FM and AM.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 14 to 16.
To turn on the unit without playing, press
STANDBY/ON.
The STANDBY/ON lamp on the electronic swing panel
lights green.
To turn off the unit (on standby), press
STANDBY/ON again.
The STANDBY/ON lamp on the electronic swing panel
lights red.
• “0:00” appears 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 turned off (on
standby.)
• A little power is always consumed even while the unit is
on standby.
To set the built-in clock, see page 31.
To switch off the power supply completely, unplug the
AC power cord from the AC outlet.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The clock setting, the tuner preset stations and other settings will
be erased.
To select the CD player, press CD 3 / 8.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby), and “CD” appears on the display. Play will start if
a CD is on the disc tray. (“NO DISC” will appear on the
display if a CD is not loaded.)
To stop playback, press 7.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 17 to 21.
To select the cassette deck, press TAPE 2 3.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby), and “TAPE” appears on the display. Play will
start if a cassette is in the cassette loading slot. (“NO
TAPE” will appear on the display if a cassette is not in the
cassette loading slot.)
To stop playback, press 7.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 22 and 23.
To select external equipment, press AUX/MD.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby), and “AUX” appears on the display.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 24 and 25.
• For operating the external equipment, see the manuals
supplied with them.
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Adjusting the Volume
Reinforcing the Bass Sound
You can adjust the volume level while the unit is turned on.
The volume level has no effect on recording.
The richness and fullness of the bass sound is clearly
maintained regardless of how low you set the volume—
Active Hyper Bass PRO. You can select the bass effect
levels while the unit is turned on. The AHB PRO can be
applied only to playback sounds, and cannot be used for
recording.
To increase the volume, press VOLUME +.
To decrease the volume, press VOLUME –.
(Maximum)
To get the effect, press AHB PRO.
The AHB PRO indicator lights on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the effect changes as
follows:
(Minimum)
The volume level meter appears on the display.
• The volume level can be adjusted in 41 steps (VOL MIN,
VOL 1 – VOL 39, and VOL MAX.)
• When pressing and holding the button, you can change
the volume level continuously.
For private listening
Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound comes
out of the speakers. Be sure to turn down the volume before
connecting or putting on the headphones.
AHB OFF
(Canceled)
AHB 1:
Bass sound is clearly heard even in the low
volume.
AHB 2:
Bass sound is more effective than AHB 1.
AHB OFF: Cancels the AHB PRO.
The AHB PRO indicator goes off from the
display.
Selecting the Sound Modes
You can select one of the 4 preset sound modes while the
unit is turned on. The sound modes can be applied only to
playback sounds, and cannot be used for recording.
On the remote control ONLY:
To select the sound modes, press SOUND MODE
repeatedly until the sound mode you want appears on the
display.
The SOUND indicator also lights on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the sound mode changes
as follows:
Turning On/Off the Key-touch Tone
If you do not want the key-touch tone to beep each time
you press buttons, you can deactivate it while the unit is
turned on.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press BEEP.
• Each time you press the button, the key-touch tone turns
on (BEEP ON) and off (BEEP OFF) alternately:
BEEP OFF
AHB 2
To check the AHB PRO setting currently selected, press
AHB PRO once while the AHB PRO indicator is lit.
DO NOT turn off (on standby) the unit 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.
REMEMBER you cannot adjust the volume level
while the unit is on standby mode.
BEEP ON
AHB 1
ROCK
POP
FLAT
CLASSIC
JAZZ
(Canceled)
ROCK:
Boosts low and high frequency.
Good for acoustic music.
POP:
Good for vocal music or voice.
CLASSIC: Good for classical music.
JAZZ:
Good for jazz music.
FLAT:
Cancels the sound mode.
The SOUND indicator goes off from the
display.
To check the sound mode currently selected, press
SOUND MODE once while the SOUND indicator is lit.
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Setting the Display Illumination
To adjust and register the color
To select the color pattern
You can adjust the color by changing the tone, whiteness,
brightness, and register into COLOR 1 to 7.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the
setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1
again.
You can select the color pattern by your preference.
On the remote control ONLY:
While the unit is turned on, press COLOR repeatedly
until the color pattern you want appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the color pattern changes
as follows:
1 Press COLOR repeatedly until the color number
You can change the color and brightness of the display
illumination.
COLOR
RANDOM
COLOR
GRADATION
COLOR 1
– COLOR 7
TODAY’S
COLOR # *
DAILY
(COLOR 1 to 7) you want to adjust appears on the
display.
The adjustment bars appear on the display.
2 Adjust the tone, whiteness, and brightness.
1) Press = or + to select the level you want and
press SET.
• Each time you press SET, the adjustment items
change.
• The tone can be adjusted in 14 patterns. The
whiteness can be adjusted in 3 levels and the
brightness can be adjusted in 2 levels.
COLOR RANDOM: Changes the illumination color
randomly every 2 seconds.
COLOR GRADATION:
Changes the illumination color
gradually.
TODAY’S COLOR #* DAILY:
Changes the illumination color
every day. You can select which
color to start with. (See “To select
TODAY’S COLOR” to the right
column.)
* The color number of TODAY’S COLOR is selected
from COLOR 1 – 7.
COLOR 1 – 7:
You can adjust and register the
color from COLOR 1 to 7. (See
“To adjust and register the color”
to the right column.)
2) Repeat 1) to adjust “WHITENESS” and
“BRIGHTNESS.”
• If the whiteness is set to the right end, the tone
you adjusted will be no longer valid.
To select “TODAY’S COLOR”
The illumination color changes automatically each time the
built-in clock becomes “0:00.”
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the
setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1
again.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press COLOR repeatedly until “TODAY’S
COLOR” appears on the display.
• If you press COLOR while the unit is turned off, the
display illumination will start (see page 9.)
2 Press = or + to select the color number (COLOR 1
to 7.)
More on the display illumination
• The colors shown on the display cannot always be reproduced
precisely. Due to the circumstances (room temperature, etc.)
where the unit is used, colors may vary slightly.
• When you change the color of the display, the display may seem
to move back and forth; this is a characteristic of this unit and is
not a malfunction.
• When a strong light strikes the display, the display happens to
become dark, but this is not a malfunction.
To dim the display
This function can be used only while the unit is turned on.
On the remote control ONLY:
To dim the display, press DIMMER.
To brighten the display, press DIMMER again.
• Pressing COLOR also brightens the display.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 15 to 16.)
Remote control
FM MODE
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
SET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
+10
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
FM/AM
STANDBY/ON
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts
English
Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing
To change the FM reception mode
Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz apart, and some
countries use 10 kHz spacing.
When shipped, the built-in AM tuner is set to 9 kHz
spacing. You can change it to 9 kHz or 10 kHz spacing.
On the unit ONLY:
To set the AM tuner to the 10 kHz spacing, be sure that
the unit is turned off, but is plugged into a wall outlet.
STANDBY/ON. The unit
While holding ¢, press
turns on and “AM 10 kHz” appears on the display for a
while.
When an FM stereo broadcast is noisy or hard to receive,
you can change the FM reception mode to improve the
reception.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press FM MODE so that the MONO indicator lights on
the display.
• Each time you press the button, the MONO indicator
lights and goes off alternately.
When the MONO indicator is lit:
Reception improves though stereo effect is lost.
To set it back to the 9 kHz spacing, be sure that the unit is
turned off, but is plugged into a wall outlet.
STANDBY/ON. The unit
While holding 4, press
turns on and “AM 9 kHz” appears on the display for a
while.
When the MONO indicator is not lit:
You can hear stereo sound when a program is
broadcast in stereo.
The ST (stereo) indicator lights while receiving
the FM stereo broadcast (only when the reception
is good.)
In addition, static noise between stations will be
erased while tuning.
Tuning in a Station
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select “FM” or “AM.”
The unit automatically turns on with the last selected
station.
• Each time you press the button, the band alternates
between FM and AM.
2 Press and hold ¢ or 4 until the station
frequencies start changing on the display.
• ¢ : to increase the frequencies.
• 4 : to decrease the frequencies.
The unit starts searching stations and stops when a
station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in.
Presetting Stations
You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations manually.
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. You can
preset the stations you want into memory by following the
presetting method.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the
setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 2
again.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Tune in a station you want to preset.
• See “Tuning in a Station” to the left column.
Ex. An FM station is tuned in.
• If an FM program is broadcast in stereo, the ST
(stereo) indicator lights on the display.
2 Press SET.
The preset number starts flashing as follows:
• When you select an FM station in step 1
To stop during searching, press ¢ or 4.
When you press ¢ or 4 repeatedly
The frequency changes step by step.
• When you select an AM station in step 1
Preset No. 1 always appears at first.
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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.
Tuning in a Preset Station
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select “FM” or “AM.”
The unit automatically turns on with the last selected
station.
• Each time you press the button, the band alternates
between FM and AM.
• You can also select the preset number by pressing
¢ or 4.
4 Press SET again.
“STORED” appears on the display for a while.
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 AC power cord or if a
power failure occurs
The preset stations will be erased. If this happens, preset the
stations again.
2 Press the number buttons to select a preset number.
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.
To check the clock time while listening to the
broadcast
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the source information
and the clock time alternate on the display.
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3 Press the number buttons to select a preset number.
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Playing Back a CD
The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 18 to 21.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
CANCEL
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
+10
REPEAT PLAY MODE
CD
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
1
STANDBY/ON
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Precautions on CD Playback
Playing Back the Entire CD—Normal Play
This unit has been designed to play back discs bearing the
following logos:
You can play a CD.
1 Press CD open/close 0 on the unit.
The unit automatically turns on, the electronic swing
panel slides upward, and the disc tray comes out.
CD ReWritable (CD-RW)
CD Recordable (CD-R)
Audio CD
When playing a CD-R or CD-RW
User-edited CD-Rs (CD-Recordable) and CD-RWs
(CD-ReWritable) can be played back when they are already
“finalized.” If you play back an unfinalized discs,
“UNFINALIZE” appears on the display.
• You can play back your original CD-Rs or CD-RWs
recorded in music CD format ONLY. (If CD-RWs have
been recorded in different format, erase all the data on
CD-RWs completely before re-recording on the discs.)
Disc tray
2 Place a CD correctly on the circle of the disc tray
with its label side up.
DO NOT play back CD-Rs or CD-RWs including
the sound files such as MP3.
Good
• Before playing back CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read their
instructions or cautions carefully.
• Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not be played back on this
unit because of their disc characteristics, damage or stain
on them, or if the player’s lens is dirty.
No good
• When using a CD single (8 cm), place it on the inner
circle of the disc tray.
3 Press CD 3 / 8.
Important notices:
• In general, you will have the best performance by
keeping your CDs and the mechanism clean.
- Store CDs in their cases, and keep them in cabinets or
on shelves.
- Keep the unit’s disc tray closed when not in use.
• Continuous use of irregular shaped discs (heart-shape,
octagonal, etc.) can damage the disc rotating mechanism.
The disc tray closes, then the electronic swing panel
slides downward automatically.
The CD indicator starts rotating on the display and CD
playback starts from the first track.
• If you press CD open/close 0 again, the disc tray
closes, and the electronic swing panel slides
downward automatically. CD playback does not start
until you press CD 3 / 8.
CD indicator
• CD-RWs may require a longer readout time. This is
caused by the fact that the reflectance of CD-RWs is
lower than for regular CDs.
Current track
number
Elapsed playing time
CD playback stops automatically after playing all the
tracks on the CD.
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To stop during play, press 7.
The following information appears.
Basic CD Operations
While playing a CD, you can do the following operations.
CD indicator
To stop playback for a moment
Total track number
Press CD 3 / 8.
The elapsed playing time starts flashing on the display.
To resume playback, press CD 3 / 8 again.
Total playing time
To remove the disc, press CD open/close 0.
The electronic swing panel slides upward, and the disc tray
comes out.
To locate a particular point in a track during play
Press and hold ¢ or 4.
• ¢ : Fast-forwards the tracks.
• 4 : Fast-reverses the tracks.
To go to another track
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.
To go to another track directly using the number
buttons
• After removing the CD, press CD open/close 0 again to
close the electronic swing panel.
On the remote control ONLY:
Pressing the number button(s) 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.
To check the clock time while playing back CD
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the source information
and the clock time alternate on the display.
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Programing the Playing Order of the Tracks
—Program Play
You can arrange the order in which the tracks play before
you start playing. You can program up to 32 tracks.
Before playing, you can check the program contents by
pressing 4 or ¢.
• 4 : Shows the programed tracks in the reverse order.
• ¢ : Shows tracks in the programed 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.
1 Load a CD.
2 Press CD 3 / 8, then 7.
The source is changed to “CD.”
3 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until “PROGRAM”
appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, play mode changes
as follows:
PROGRAM
RANDOM
(Program Play)
(Random Play)
(Normal Play)
To add tracks in the program before you start play,
press the number buttons to select track numbers you want
to add.
To erase the entire program, press CD open/close 0 to
eject the CD.
• Turning off the unit will also erase the program.
If you try to program a 33rd step
“MEMORY FULL” will appear on the display.
4 Press the number buttons to select the tracks.
• For how to use the number buttons, see “To go to
another track directly using the number buttons” on
page 19.
CD indicator
To check the program contents
Current track number
Program
number
Total playing
time
If your entry is ignored
You have tried to program a track number that does not exist on the
CD (for example, selecting track 14 on a CD that only has 12
tracks.) Such entries are ignored.
If the total playing time is 100 minutes (one hour
and 40 minutes) or more
The total playing time will not be shown. (“– – : – –” will appear.)
Play mode
5 Press CD 3 / 8.
The tracks are played in the order you have programed.
Program Play ends when all the tracks are played once.
To stop during play, press 7.
To exit from Program Play, press PLAY MODE
repeatedly so that the unit enters the other play modes
(Random Play or Normal Play) before or after play.
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Playing at Random—Random Play
Repeating Tracks—Repeat Play
The tracks of a loaded CD will play at random.
You can repeat all tracks (regardless of play mode), or also
a single track as many times as you like.
On the remote control ONLY:
On the remote control ONLY:
To repeat play, press REPEAT before or during play.
• Each time you press the button, Repeat Play changes as
follows:
1 Load a CD.
2 Press CD 3 / 8, then 7.
The source is changed to “CD.”
REPEAT ONE
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT OFF
(Canceled)
3 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until “RANDOM”
appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, play mode changes
as follows:
PROGRAM
RANDOM
(Program Play)
(Random Play)
(Normal Play)
4 Press CD 3 / 8.
REPEAT ALL : Repeats all the tracks on the CD (in
Normal or Random Play), or all the
tracks in Program Play.
REPEAT ONE : Repeats only one track.
REPEAT OFF : Cancels Repeat Play.
The tracks are played at random.
CD indicator
CD indicator
Current track
number
Play mode
Repeat mode indication
(ex. REPEAT ALL)
Elapsed playing time
Random Play stops when all the tracks are played once.
To skip the current track, press ¢.
• You cannot go back to the previous tracks by pressing
4.
• If play mode is either Program or Random Play, the
repeat mode indication appears on the display for a while
each time you press REPEAT.
To exit from Repeat Play, press REPEAT repeatedly until
“REPEAT OFF” appears on the display.
To stop during play, press 7.
To exit from Random Play, press PLAY MODE
repeatedly so that the unit enters the other play modes
(Normal Play or Program Play) before or after play.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (page 23.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
DISPLAY
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
REV.MODE
REPEAT PLAY MODE
FM/AM TAPE
CD
AUX/MD
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
TAPE
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Playing Back a Tape
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To stop during play, press 7.
Playing Back a Tape
You can play back type I, II, and IV tapes.
1 Press TAPE open/close 0 on the unit.
The unit automatically turns on, the electronic swing
panel slides downward, and the cassette loading slot
appears.
If a cassette is already in the cassette loading slot, it is
ejected.
cassette loading slot
To fast-wind or rewind the tape, press ¢ or 4.
• When the tape direction is
¢ : Fast-winds the tape.
4 : Rewinds the tape.
• When the tape direction is
4 : Fast-winds the tape.
¢ : Rewinds the tape.
To eject the cassette, press TAPE open/close 0.
• After ejecting the cassette, press TAPE open/close 0
again to close the electronic swing panel.
DO NOT press TAPE open/close 0 during tape play.
To play both sides—Reverse Mode
You can set the cassette deck to play just one side of a tape,
both sides once, or both sides continuously.
• You can set this mode only when a cassette is already in
the cassette deck.
2 Insert a cassette with the exposed part facing left.
The cassette is pulled in, then the electronic swing
panel slides upward automatically.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press REV. MODE.
• Each time you press the button, the reverse mode
changes as follows:
: To only play back one side (front or reverse.)
: To play back the front and reverse sides once.
: To play back both front and reverse sides
continuously.
To check the clock time while playing back a tape
3 Press TAPE 2 3.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the source information
and the clock time alternate on the display.
The tape starts playing.
• Each time you press the button, the tape direction
changes as follows:
: Plays the front side.
: Plays the reverse side.
The use of the 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.
Tape indicator
Reverse mode
Tape direction
When the tape plays to the end, the cassette deck
automatically stops if the reverse mode is set to
. (See “To play both sides—Reverse Mode”.)
or
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (page 25.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Using External Equipment
English
Listening to External Equipment
You can listen to external equipment such as an MD
recorder.
• First make sure that the external equipment is properly
connected as follows:
LINE IN
(AUX)
R
You can record from this unit to external equipment
connected to the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT terminal of this
unit, such as an MD recorder.
• The recording level is not affected by the VOLUME level
and sound effect, either.
• First make sure that the external equipment is properly
connected as follows:
L
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
terminal
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
R
Recording from This Unit
to External Equipment
L
Protective cap
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
Before connecting the other equipment,
remove the protective cap from the
terminal.
AC IN
Analog audio
equipment
Audio equipment with
an optical digital input
To output
1 Press AUX/MD.
1 Prepare for recording on the external equipment.
2 Start recording on the external equipment.
“AUX” appears on the display.
• For operation of the external equipment, refer to its
manual.
2 Adjust the volume level to the minimum position.
3 Start playing the external equipment.
3 Play the CD Player of this unit.
• For the CD operation, see page 17 to 21.
• For operation of the external equipment, refer to its
manual.
4 Press VOLUME + / – to adjust your desired
listening level.
5 Apply sound effects, if you wish.
• Press AHB PRO if you want to reinforce the bass
sound.
(See “Reinforcing the Bass sound” on page 12.)
• Press SOUND MODE if you want to control the
tone.
(See “Selecting the Sound modes” on page 12.)
To check the clock time while listening to the
external equipment
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, “AUX” and the clock
time alternate on the display.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 28 to 29.)
For recording operations, mainly use the buttons on the unit.
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
SLEEP
REC start
TA P E
CD
open/close
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
DISPLAY
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
CD
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
FM/AM TAPE
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
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AUX/MD
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Recording on Tapes
English
Before You Start Recording
• It may be unlawful to record or play back copyrighted material without the consent of the copyright
owner.
• The recording level is automatically set correctly, so it is not affected by the VOLUME control. Thus, during
recording you can adjust the sound you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level.
• While recording, you can hear sound mode effect and/or the Active Hyper Bass PRO effect through the speakers or
headphones. However, the sound is recorded without these effects (see pages 12.)
• While recording, the display lights red.
• If recordings you have made have excessive noise or static, the unit may be too close to a TV. Place the unit away
from the TV.
• You can use type I tape for recording.
To protect your recordings
Cassettes have two small tabs on the back to protect
unexpected erasure or recording.
To protect your recording, remove these tabs.
To re-record on a protected tape, cover the holes with
adhesive tape.
Adhesive tape
The use of the 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.
To keep the best recording and playback sound
quality
You need to clean the heads.
• Clean the heads after every 10 hours of use with
a wet-type head cleaning tape (available at electronic
and audio shops.)
When the head becomes dirty, the following
symptoms will occur:
– Sound quality is reduced.
– Sound level decreases.
– Sound drops out.
• Do not play dirty or dusty tapes.
• Do not touch the highly-polished head with any
metallic or magnetic tools.
To demagnetize the head
Turn off the unit, and use a head demagnetizer
(available at electronic and audio shops.)
At the start and end of cassette tapes
There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto. Thus,
when recording CDs or radio broadcasts, wind the leader
tape first to ensure that the recording will be made without
any music part lost.
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To check the clock time while recording from the
broadcast onto a tape
What’s a Recording Mode and Reverse Mode ?
You have two methods (MODE 1/2 and 2/2) to record
from some sources onto a tape.
Recording
mode
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the recording
information and the clock time alternate on the display.
Reverse mode
MODE 1/2
Recording CD—CD Synchronized Recording
MODE 2/2
: To record the front and reverse sides once.
You can record from a CD onto a tape.
Using these synchronized recording methods, you can start
and stop CD play and tape recording at the same time.
: To only record one side (front or reverse.)
In the following procedure, MODE 1/2 (
as a recording method.
) is selected
On the unit ONLY:
1 Insert a recordable cassette into the cassette loading
Recording FM/AM Broadcasts
slot.
• Press TAPE @ # to adjust the tape direction
” then 7.
to “
You can record from an FM or AM broadcast onto a tape.
On the unit ONLY:
1 Insert a recordable cassette into the cassette loading
2 Prepare a CD.
• After loading the CD, press CD # / 8, then 7 before
going to the next step.
• You can make a program (see page 20) or select
Random Play (see page 21) if you want.
slot.
• Press TAPE @ # to adjust the tape direction
” then 7.
to “
3 Press MODE select to select a recording mode.
2 Tune in a station you want.
• Each time you press the button, recording mode
changes as follows:
• For more detailed operations, see pages 15 and 16.
3 Press MODE select to select a recording mode.
MODE1/2
• Each time you press the button, recording mode
changes as follows:
MODE1/2
MODE2/2
Canceled
CD indicator
MODE2/2
Canceled
Tape indicator
Tuner indicator
Recording mode
Tape indicator
Reverse mode
Recording mode
Reverse mode
Ex. When selecting MODE 1/2
4 Press REC start.
Both the CD play and the recording start.
• After the recording, both the CD player and the
cassette deck stop automatically.
Ex.When selecting MODE 1/2
4 Press REC start.
The recording starts.
To stop recording, press 7.
CD play stops first, then after 4 seconds, the recording
stops.
To stop recording, press 7.
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Recording External Equipment
To record a single track during play or pause
While playing back you want to record, perform steps 3
and 4.
The playback of the track is stopped, and then starts from
the beginning again. This time, the cassette deck starts
recording the track.
• After the track is recorded, both the CD player and the
cassette deck stop automatically.
To check the clock time while recording from the CD
onto a tape
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the recording
information and the clock time alternate on the display.
You can record from external equipment onto a tape.
The external equipment needs to be connected to LINE IN
(AUX) terminal of this unit (for how to connect,
see page 9.)
On the unit ONLY:
1 Insert a recordable cassette into the cassette loading
slot.
• Press TAPE @ # to adjust the tape direction
” then 7.
to “
2 Press AUX/MD.
The source is changed to “AUX.”
3 Press MODE select to select a recording mode.
• Each time you press the button, recording mode
changes as follows:
MODE1/2
MODE2/2
Canceled
Tape indicator
Recording mode
Reverse mode
Ex. When selecting MODE 1/2
4 Press REC start.
The recording starts.
5 Start playback on the external equipment.
To stop recording, press 7.
To check the clock time while recording from the
external equipment onto a tape
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the recording
information and the clock time alternate on the display.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 31 to 34.)
Remote control
STANDBY/ON
DIMMER
COLOR
CLOCK
/TIMER
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
+10
SET
CANCEL
REPEAT PLAY MODE
FM/AM TAPE
CD
AUX/MD
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Using the Timers
English
You need to set the built-in clock to use these timers.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The clock setting will be reset to “0:00.” If this happen, you need to
set the clock again.
Setting the Clock
Using Recording Timer
You can set the clock whether the unit is turned on or off
(on standby.)
With Recording Timer, you can make an unattended
recording.
• You can set Recording Timer whether the unit is turned
on or off (on standby.)
• To correct a misentry any time during the setting process,
press CANCEL.
There are three timers available—Recording Timer, Daily
Timer, and Sleep Timer.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “TIME
ADJUST” appears on the display.
The hour digit starts flashing on the display.
How Recording Timer actually works
The unit automatically turns on, and starts recording on a
tape when the timer-on time comes. (While Recording
Timer is working, the REC indicator keeps flashing.) Then,
when the timer-off time comes, the recording stops and the
unit automatically turns off (on standby.)
Recording Timer works only once, but the timer settings
remain stored in memory unless you reset them or unplug
the AC power cord.
2 Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to adjust the hour.
• When you press and hold the button, the hour digit
changes continuously.
3 Press SET to set the hour.
On the remote control ONLY:
The minute digit starts flashing on the display.
Ex. When pressing SET after
adjusting the hour to 10.
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “REC
• If you want to correct the hour again, press
CANCEL.
The hour digit starts flashing again.
TIMER” appears on the display.
The timer ( ) indicator lights, and the REC indicator
starts flashing on the display.
Timer indicator
4 Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to adjust the minute.
REC indicator
• When you press and hold the button, the minute digit
changes continuously.
REC
Timer mode
5 Press SET to finish setting the clock.
The built-in clock starts.
Ex. When pressing SET after
adjusting the minute to 10.
To adjust the clock again
Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly in step 1 until “TIME ADJUST”
appears on the display, then perform steps 2 to 5 above.
• Each time you press the button, the timer mode
changes as follows:
REC TIMER
Canceled
To check the clock time by sound while the unit is
turned off (on standby)
Press DIMMER while the key-touch tone is set to on. The clock
time will be indicated by sound.
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DAILY TIMER
TIME ADJUST
2 Press 4 to select “ON,” then press SET.
3 Select the source to record.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the source.
• Each time you press the buttons, the source
changes as follows:
FROM AUX
FROM FM
FROM AM
2) Press SET.
• When you have selected “FROM FM” or
“FROM AM,” select a preset number by pressing
¢ or 4 (for how to preset stations, see
page 15.)
• When you have selected “FROM AUX,” the
external equipment also needs to have the timer
function.
3) Press SET again.
4 Select the reverse mode either
or
by pressing
¢ or 4, then press SET.
• For reverse mode, see page 28.
To turn on the Recording Timer again, press 4 to
select “ON,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and REC indicators light on the display.
The settings you have done are shown on the display for
your confirmation.
If you stop recording during Recording Timer
The recording is canceled, but when the timer-off time comes, the
unit turns off.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The timer setting, the tuner preset stations and other settings will
be erased.
Using Daily Timer
5 Set the timer-on and timer-off time.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-on time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-on time starts flashing on
the display.
»
Timer-on time
To turn off the Recording Timer after its setting is done,
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “REC TIMER”
appears on the display.
2 Press ¢ to select “OFF,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and REC indicators go off from the
display.
With Daily Timer, you can wake up to your favorite music
or radio program.
• You can set Daily Timer whether the unit is turned on or
off (on standby.)
• To correct a misentry any time during the setting process,
press CANCEL.
How Daily Timer actually works
»
Timer-off time
2) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-on time, then press SET.
The hour digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
3) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-off time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
4) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-off time, then press SET.
• The setting you have done are shown on the
display in sequence.
• The REC indicator stops flashing and remains lit.
The unit automatically turns on, and starts playing the
specified source when the timer-on time comes. (While
Daily Timer is working, the DAILY indicator keeps
flashing.) Then, when the timer-off time comes, the unit
automatically turns off (on standby.)
Daily Timer works every day, and the timer settings remain
stored in memory unless you reset them or unplug the AC
power cord.
6 Press
STANDBY/ON to turn off the unit (on
standby) if necessary.
• No sounds come out while timer recording is
performed.
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2) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-on time, then press SET.
The hour digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
3) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-off time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
4) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-off time, then press SET.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “DAILY
TIMER” appears on the display.
The timer ( ) indicator lights, and the DAILY
indicator starts flashing on the display.
DAILY indicator
DAILY
Timer indicator
5 Adjust the volume level.
Timer mode
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to adjust the volume
level.
• You can adjust the volume level within the range
of 0 (silent) to 40 (maximum.)
• When you select “VOLUME – –,” the volume is
set to the current volume level.
2) Press SET.
• The settings you have done are shown on the
display in sequence.
• The DAILY indicator stops flashing and remains
lit on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the timer mode
changes as follows:
REC TIMER
DAILY TIMER
Canceled
TIME ADJUST
6 Press
2 Press 4 to select “ON,” then press SET.
3 Select the source to play.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the source.
• Each time you press the buttons, the source
changes as follows:
FROM CD
FROM TAPE
FROM AUX
FROM FM
FROM AM
2) Press SET.
• When you have selected “FROM FM” or
“FROM AM,” select a preset number by pressing
¢ or 4 (for how to preset stations, see
page 15.)
• When you have selected “FROM AUX,” the
external equipment also needs to have the timer
function.
3) Press SET again.
4 Set the timer-on and timer-off time.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-on time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-on time starts flashing on
the display.
»
»
Timer-on time Timer-off time
STANDBY/ON to turn off the unit (on
standby.)
To turn off the Daily Timer after its setting is done,
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “DAILY
TIMER” appears on the display.
2 Press ¢ to select “OFF,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and DAILY indicators go off from the
display.
To turn on the Daily Timer again, press 4 to select
“ON,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and DAILY indicators light on the
display.
The settings you have done are shown on the display for
your confirmation.
If the unit is kept turned on until the timer-on time
comes
Daily Timer does not work at all.
Daily Timer will be canceled and the unit will not
turn off automatically in the following:
• When you change the source.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The timer setting, the tuner preset stations and other settings will
be erased.
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To sleep with the Sleep Timer and wake up with the
Daily Timer
With Sleep Timer, you can fall asleep to your favorite
music.
• You can set Sleep Timer while the unit is turned on.
The unit turns off when the shut-off time comes (set by the
Sleep Timer), and turns on when the timer-on time comes
(set by the Daily Timer.)
How Sleep Timer actually works
1
2
The unit automatically turns off after the specified time
length passes.
Set the Daily Timer as explained on pages 32 and 33.
Start playing back any source you want to listen to
before sleep.
Set the Sleep Timer.
3
1 Press SLEEP repeatedly until the time length you
want appears on the display.
The timer ( ) indicator starts flashing and “SLEEP
10” appears on the display.
Timer Priority
Since each timer can be set separately, you may wonder
what happens if the setting for these timers overlaps.
Here are the priorities for each timer.
• A timer with the later timer-on time has priority.
If Recording Timer is set to come on while Daily Timer
is operating, Daily Timer is canceled.
• Each time you press the button, the time length
changes as follows:
10
20
30
60
6:00
Canceled
120
90
2 Press SET or wait for about 5 seconds.
7:30
Canceled
If Recording Timer is set to come on while Sleep Timer
is operating, Sleep Timer will not shut off the power even
if the shut-off time comes.
To check the remaining time until the shut-off time,
press SLEEP once. The remaining time until the shut-off
time appears for about 5 seconds.
18:00
To change the shut-off time, press SLEEP repeatedly until
the time length you want appears.
18:30
Recording Timer
Sleep Timer
To cancel the setting, press SLEEP repeatedly until
“SLEEP” disappears from the display.
Canceled
Sleep Timer will be canceled in the following:
• When you turn off the unit.
• When you operate other timer settings.
• When you adjust the clock.
If “CLOCK ADJUST” appears on the display
You need to set the built-in clock (see page 31.)
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Daily Timer
The display dims.
“SLEEP” appears on the display.
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Using Sleep Timer
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Maintenance
To get the best performance of the unit, keep your discs, tapes, and mechanism clean.
Handling cassette tapes
General Notes
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 electronic swing panel closed when not in use.
Cleaning the unit
• 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 water-diluted neutral
detergent and wrung well, then wipe clean with a dry cloth.
• Avoid the following since they may cause damage to
the unit.
- DO NOT wipe it with a hard cloth.
- DO NOT wipe it strong.
- DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine.
- DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as
insecticides to it.
- DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in
contact with it for a long time.
• 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 the following places to
store the tape:
- In dusty places
- In direct sunlight or heat
- In moist areas
- On a TV or speaker
- Near a magnet
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.
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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
Possible Cause
No sound is heard.
Connections are incorrect or loose.
Unable to operate the remote control.
• The path between the remote control and the
remote sensor on the unit is blocked.
• The batteries have lost their charge.
• You are using the remote control far from the
unit.
• The antenna is not connected correctly.
• The AM loop antenna is too close to the unit.
Poor radio reception.
An inserted CD and cassette cannot be
ejected.
The CD does not play.
The CD skips.
Impossible to record on a tape.
Operations are disabled.
If “CANNOT PLAY” appears on the
display
If “CD LOAD ERROR” appears on the
display
If “UNFINALIZE” appears on the
display
Noise is heard during illumination
demonstration mode.
The CD is upside down.
The CD is dirty or scratched.
Small tabs on the back of the cassette are removed.
The built-in microprocessor has malfunctioned due
to external electrical interference.
You are trying to play back a CD which cannot be
played or there is a problem with the CD.
The CD tray does not open correctly because of the
obstruction.
You are trying to play back a CD-R/RW which has
not been “finalized” yet.
Put the CD in with the label side up.
Clean or replace the CD. (See page 35.)
Cover the holes with adhesive tape.
Unplug the unit then plug it back in.
This unit automatically turns off and on during
demonstration. If volume level is set high, you will
hear this noise.
Turn on the unit, decrease the volume,
then turn it off again.
Change the CD.
Press CD open/close 0 to close the CD
tray, then remove the obstruction.
This is not a malfunction. You can play
back “finalized” CD-R/RWs.
UX-A52 (CA-UXA52 and SP-UXA52)
Amplifier
Output Power (IEC 268-3/DIN):
40 W (20 W + 20 W) at 4 Ω (10 % THD)
Audio input sensitivity/Impedance (at 1 kHz)
LINE IN (AUX):
500 mV/47 kΩ
Digital output – OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
Signal wave length:
660 nm
Output level:
–21 dBm to –15 dBm
Speaker Terminals:
4 Ω — 16 Ω
Tuner
FM tuning range:
87.50 MHz — 108.00 MHz
AM tuning range:
531 kHz — 1 710 kHz (at 9 kHz channel spacing)
530 kHz — 1 710 kHz (at 10 kHz channel spacing)
1 CD
85 dB
90 dB
Immeasurable
• Replace the batteries. (See page 6.)
• Signals cannot reach the remote sensor.
Move closer to the unit.
• Reconnect the antenna securely.
• Change the position and direction of
the AM loop antenna.
• Extend FM antenna to the best
reception position.
Plug it in the AC power plug.
• The FM antenna is not properly extended and
positioned.
The AC power cord is not plugged in.
Specifications
CD player
CD capacity:
Dynamic range:
Signal-to-noise ratio:
Wow and flutter:
Action
Check all connections and make
corrections. (See pages 6 – 9.)
• Remove the obstruction.
Casstte deck
Frequency response
Normal (type I): 60 Hz — 14 000 Hz
Wow and flutter
0.15 % (WRMS)
General
Power requirement:
Power consumption:
AC 110 V/127 V/230 V (adjustable
with the voltage selector), 50 Hz/60 Hz
45 W (at operation)
4.1 W (on standby)
Dimensions (approx.):
163 mm x 200 mm x 329 mm (W/H/D)
Mass (approx.): 4.3 kg
Speaker Section
Speakers:
Woofer 10 cm, Tweeter 4 cm
Impedance:
4Ω
Dimensions (approx.):
140 mm x 200 mm x 249 mm (W/H/D)
Mass (approx.): 2.0 kg
Supplied accessories
See page 6.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Troubleshooting
Mains (AC) Line Instruction (not applicable for Europe, U.S.A., Canada,
Australia, and U.K.)
IMPORTANT for mains (AC) line
BEFORE PLUGGING IN, do check that your
mains (AC) line voltage corresponds with the
position of the voltage selector switch
provided on the outside of this equipment and,
if different, reset the voltage selector switch, to
prevent from damage or risk of fire/electric
shock.
230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
127V
110V
R
L
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
R
L
230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
127V
110V
AC IN
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
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MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
SISTEMAS DE MICROCOMPONENTES
SISTEMA DE MICRO COMPONENTES
UX-A52
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
4
5
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
CD
— Consists of CA-UXA52 and SP-UXA52
3
6
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM UX-A52
REPEAT PLAY MODE
FM/AM TAPE
AUX/MD
COMPACT
STANDBY/ON
BEEP
DIGITAL AUDIO
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
PHONES
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
INSTRUÇÕES
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.
GVT0071-013A
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Warnings, Cautions and Others
Avisos, precauciones y otras notas
Advertências, precauções e outras notas
Caution ––
STANDBY/ON button!
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely (the STANDBY/ON
lamp goes off).
The
STANDBY/ON button in any position does not disconnect the mains
line.
• When the unit is on standby, the STANDBY/ON lamp lights red.
• When the unit is turned on, the STANDBY/ON lamp lights green.
The power can be remote controlled.
Precaución –– Interruptor
STANDBY/ON!
Desconecte el enchufe de la red para desconectar la alimentación por completo
(la lámpara STANDBY/ON se apaga).
El interruptor
STANDBY/ON desconectará completamente la alimentación
principal, cualquiera que sea su posición.
• Cuando la unidad está en espera, la lámpara STANDBY/ON se enciende
en rojo.
• Cuando conecta la unidad, la lámpara STANDBY/ON se enciende en verde.
La alimentacion puede ser controlada a distancia.
Precauçào — botão
STANDBY/ON!
Desligue a ficha do interruptor para cortar completamente a corrente eléctrica
(a lâmpada de STANDBY/ON - dormir activado-apaga-se).
O botão
STANDBY/ON, em qualquer posição, não desliga completamente
a corrente eléctrica.
• Quando o aparelho está em standby (dormir) a lâmpada STANDBY/ON
(domir activado) fica vermelha.
• Quando o aparelho está ligado a lâmpada STANDBY/ON (dormir activado)
fica verde.
O aparelho pode ser ligado através da unidade de controlo remoto.
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PRECAUCIÓN
Para reducir riesgos de choques eléctricos,
incendio, etc.:
1. No extraiga los tornillos, los cubiertas ni la
caja.
2. No exponga este aparato a la lluvia o a la
humedad.
PRECAUÇÃO
Para reduzir riscos de choques elétricos, incêndio,
etc.:
1. Não remova parafusos e tampas ou desmonte a caixa.
2. Não exponha este aparelho à chuva nem à
umidade.
PRECAUCIÓN
• No obstruya las rendijas o los orificios de
ventilación.
(Si las rendijas o los orificios de ventilación quedan
tapados con un periódico, un trozo de tela, etc., no
se podrá disipar el calor).
• No ponga sobre el aparato ninguna llama al
descubierto, como velas encendidas.
• Cuando tenga que descartar las pilas, tenga en
cuenta los problemas ambientales y observe
estrictamente los reglamentos o las leyes locales
sobre disposición de las pilas.
• No exponga este aparato a la lluvia, humedad,
goteos o salpicaduras. Tampoco ponga recipientes
conteniendo líquidos, como floreros, encima del
aparato.
AVISO
• Não obstrua as aberturas e orifícios de ventilação.
(Se os orifícios ou aberturas de ventilação
estiverem obstruídos por qualquer papel ou tecido,
não haverá circulação do ar quente.)
• Não coloque nenhum objeto com chamas, como
velas acesas, sobre o aparelho.
• Ao descartar as baterias, leve em consideração os
problemas que possam ser causados ao meio
ambiente e os regulamentos e leis locais e
governamentais sobre recolhimento dessas
baterias devem ser rigorosamente seguidos.
• Não exponha este aparelho à chuva, umidade,
pingos ou esguichos de água, nem coloque em
cima do mesmo qualquer tipo de recipiente que
contenha líquidos, como por exemplo vasos.
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Español
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.
Português
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: 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 the level surface. Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand with a height of
10 cm or more.
Precaución: el aparato debe estar bien ventilado
Para evitar posibles riesgos de descargas eléctricas e incendios y prevenir cualquier posible daño, coloque el
aparato del modo siguiente:
1 Parte delantera:
No ponga nada delante, deje el espacio libre.
2 Laterales/ parte superior/ parte trasera:
No se debería colocar nada en las áreas y las distancias que se detallan a continuación.
3 Parte inferior:
Coloque el aparato sobre una superficie recta. Debe haber buena circulación de aire; para ello, coloque el
aparato sobre una base a una altura mínima de 10 cm.
Precaução: Ventilação adequada
Para evitar riscos de choques elétricos e incêndios, e prevenir avarias, instale o aparelho como segue:
1 Parte frontal:
Sem obstruções e espaços abertos.
2 Partes laterais/ Tampa/ Posterior:
Nenhuma obstrução deverá ser colocada entre as áreas cujas dimensões são indicadas abaixo.
3 Parte inferior:
Instale-o sobre uma superfície plana. Deverá ser mantido espaço suficiente para a ventilação se este for
instalado numa posição que tenha uma altura de 10 cm ou mais.
15 cm
1 cm
15 cm
15 cm
15 cm
1 cm
15 cm
15 cm
UX-A52
UX-A52
10 cm
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IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
IMPORTANTE PARA PRODUCTOS LÁSER
IMPOTANTE PARA PRODUTOS LASER
CLASSIFICATION LABEL, PLACED ON EXTERIOR
SURFACE
2 WARNING LABEL, PLACED INSIDE THE UNIT
1
ETIQUETA DE CLASIFICACION, PROVISTA SOBRE LA
SUPERFICIE EXTERIOR
2 ETIQUETA DE ADVERTENCIA, PEGADA EN EL
INTERIOR DE LA UNIDAD
1
ETIQUETA DE CLASSIFICAÇÃO LOCALIZADA NA PARTE
POSTERIOR DA CAIXA DO APARELHO
2 ETIQUETA DE ADVERTÊNCIA LOCALIZADA NA
PARTE INTERNA DA UNIDADE
CLASS
LASER
Português
1
1
PRODUCT
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. DANGER: 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.
1. PRODUCTO LÁSER CLASE 1
2. PELIGRO: En el interior hay radiación láser invisible. Evite el contacto
directo con el haz.
3. PRECAUCIÓN: No abra la tapa superior. En el interior de la unidad no
existen piezas reparables por el usuario; deje todo servicio técnico en
manos de personal calificado.
1. PRODUTO LASER CLASSE 1
2. PERIGO: O laser emite uma rediação invisível que é perigosa, caso o
aparelho esteja aberto e a trava inoperante ou danificada. Evite exposição
direta ao feixe dos raios.
3. CUIDADO: Não abra a caixa do aparelho. Não existem peças reparáveis
pelo usuário na parte interna da unidade. Solicite assistência técnica
somente a pessoal técnico qualificado.
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REPRODUCTION OF LABELS / REPRODUCCIÓN DE ETIQUETAS / REPRODUÇÃO DE ETIQUETAS
01.12.18, 2:19 PM
English
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
• When unplugging the unit from the wall outlet, always
pull the plug, not the AC power cord.
This manual is organized as follows:
• This manual mainly explains playback using the
remote control, and the other operations such as
recording operations using the buttons on the unit.
You can use the buttons both on the remote control
and on the 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 in 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 “Basic and
Common Operations” on pages 10 – 13.
• The following marks are used in this manual:
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 this 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.
Gives you warning and caution to prevent
from damage or risk of fire/electric shock.
Furthermore, gives you information which
is not good for obtaining the best possible
performance from the unit.
Others
• Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the unit,
unplug the AC 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 AC power cord from the wall
outlet.
Gives you information and hints you had
better know.
DO NOT disassemble the unit since there are no
user serviceable parts inside.
Precautions
If anything goes wrong, unplug the AC 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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Location of the Buttons .................................. 3
Playing Back a CD ........................................ 17
Main Unit ............................................................... 3
Remote Control ...................................................... 5
Precautions on CD Playback ................................. 18
Playing Back the Entire CD—Normal Play .......... 18
Basic CD Operations ............................................ 19
Programing the Playing Order of the Tracks
—Program Play .............................................. 20
Playing at Random—Random Play ....................... 21
Repeating Tracks—Repeat Play ............................ 21
Getting Started................................................ 6
Unpacking .............................................................. 6
Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control ......... 6
Connecting Antennas .............................................. 7
Connecting Speakers ............................................... 8
Connecting Other Equipment .................................. 8
Adjusting the Voltage Selector ................................ 9
Playing Back a Tape ..................................... 22
Playing Back a Tape ............................................. 23
Basic and Common Operations ................... 10
Using External Equipment .......................... 24
Turning On the Power ........................................... 11
Selecting the Sources and Starting Play ................ 11
Adjusting the Volume ............................................ 12
Turning On/Off the Key-touch Tone ...................... 12
Reinforcing the Bass Sound .................................. 12
Selecting the Sound Modes ................................... 12
Setting the Display Illumination ............................ 13
Listening to External Equipment ........................... 25
Recording from This Unit
to External Equipment .................................... 25
Recording on Tapes ...................................... 26
Before You Start Recording ................................... 27
Recording FM/AM Broadcasts ............................. 28
Recording CD—CD Synchronized Recording ...... 28
Recording External Equipment ............................. 29
Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts .......... 14
Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing ................. 15
Tuning in a Station ................................................ 15
Presetting Stations ................................................ 15
Tuning in a Preset Station ..................................... 16
Using the Timers ........................................... 30
Setting the Clock................................................... 31
Using Recording Timer ......................................... 31
Using Daily Timer ................................................ 32
Using Sleep Timer ................................................ 34
Timer Priority ....................................................... 34
Maintenance .................................................. 35
Troubleshooting ............................................ 36
Specifications ................................................. 36
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Contents
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Location of the Buttons
Become familiar with the buttons on your unit.
Main Unit
Top view
1
e
w
2
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
3
open/close
REC start
q
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
4
5
p
9
6
8
7
Front view
Display—indicators
g f
o
;
r
PBC REC
DAIRY SOUND
ST MONO
PBC REC
DAILY SOUND
ST MONO
GROUP
s
a
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM UX-A52
STANDBY/ON
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
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PHONES
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AHB
PRO
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See pages in the parentheses for details.
Main unit
Display—indicators
1 FM/AM button (11, 15)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
2 COLOR button (9, 13)
3
STANDBY/ON button (11, 15)
4 CD open/close 0 button (18 – 20)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
5 CD # ¥ 8 (play/pause) button (11, 18, 28)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
6 MODE select and REC start buttons (28, 29)
7 Multi operation buttons
• 4 (reverse skip), 7 (stop), and ¢ (forward skip)
8 SLEEP button (34)
9 TAPE @ # (play) button (11, 23, 28, 29)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
p TAPE open/close 0 button (23)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
q VOLUME + / – buttons (12, 25)
w AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO button (12, 25)
e AUX/MD button (11, 25, 29)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
r Electronic swing panel
t Display
• Shows the source name and some indicators, etc.
y PHONES ( ) jack—stereo mini-type (12)
u Remote sensor
i STANDBY/ON lamp (11)
o Timer mode indicators (31 – 34)
•
(Timer), DAILY (Daily Timer), and REC
(Recording Timer)
; CD indicator
• Lights when CD is in the disc tray.
a Tuner indicator
• Lights when the tuner is selected as the source.
s Tape indicator
• Lights when a cassette is in the cassette loading slot.
d AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO indicator (12)
f SOUND indicator (12)
g ST (stereo) and MONO indicators (15)
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM UX-A52
COMPACT
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL AUDIO
STAND
PHONES
R
COLO
ER
DIMM
FM
K
CLOC R
/TIME
MOD
BY/ON
SLEE
E
P
3
2
1
6
5
4
DISP
9
8
LAY
7
+10
0
10
AT
REPE
SET
ODE
REV.M
CEL
CAN
M
FM/A
PLAY
E
MOD
/MD
AUX
TAPE
BEEP
CD
ME
VOLU
D
SOUNE
MOD
AHB
PRO
U
A52
SUX
RM-
When using the remote control, point it at the remote
sensor on the electronic swing panel.
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Remote Control
Remote control
s
1
2
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
3
4
5
6
7
8
DISPLAY
CD
REPEAT PLAY MODE
FM/AM TAPE
AUX/MD
9
BEEP
p
q
w
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
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;
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
p
o
i
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t
r
VOLUME
e
q
w
e
r
t
y
u
i
o
RM-SUXA52U
;
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s
DIMMER button (13, 31)
COLOR button (9, 13)
CLOCK/TIMER button (31 – 33)
DISPLAY button (16, 19, 23, 28, 29)
SET button (13, 15, 31 – 34)
REV. (reverse) MODE button (23)
CANCEL button (20, 31, 32)
FM/AM button (11, 15, 16)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
CD 3 ¥ 8 (play/pause) button (11, 18 – 21)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
Multi operation buttons
• 4 (reverse skip), 7 (stop), and ¢ (forward skip)
SOUND MODE button (12, 25)
AHB (Active Hyper Bass) PRO button (12, 25)
VOLUME + / – buttons (12, 25)
BEEP button (12)
TAPE 2 3 button (11, 23)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
AUX/MD button (11, 25)
• Pressing this button also turns on the unit.
REPEAT button (21)
PLAY MODE button (20, 21)
Number buttons
• 0, 1 – 10, +10 buttons
• + / = buttons (13)
SLEEP button (34)
FM MODE button (15)
STANDBY/ON button (11, 32, 33)
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Unpacking
Make sure that you have all the following items.
The number in parentheses indicates the quantity of the
pieces supplied.
•
•
•
•
•
•
FM antenna (1)
AM loop antenna (1)
AC power cord (1)
Remote control (1)
Batteries (2)
AC plug adaptor (1)
Continued
Putting the Batteries into the Remote
Control
Insert the batteries—R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F)—into the
remote control, by matching the polarity (+ and –) on the
batteries with the + and – marking on the battery
compartment.
When the remote control can no longer operate the unit,
replace both batteries at the same time.
If anything is missing, consult your dealer immediately.
1
2
R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F)
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, it will be damaged from battery
leakage.
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Getting Started
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Connecting Antennas
AM antenna
FM antenna
1
2
ANT
ENN
A
AM
AM
EX
T
LO
FM antenna (supplied)
OP
FM
(7
CO 5Ω)
AXIA
L
ANT
Vinyl-covered wire
(not supplied)
ENN
A
AM
1
Attach the FM antenna to the FM (75 Ω) COAXIAL
terminal.
2
Extend the FM antenna.
3
Fasten it up in the position which gives you the best
reception.
AM
EX
T
OP
LO
FM
(7
CO 5Ω)
AXIA
L
3
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.
To connect an outdoor FM antenna
Before connecting it, disconnect the supplied FM antenna.
AM loop antenna
(supplied)
1
If cords are covered with insulation, twist the core
of the cord at the end of each cord, then remove the
insulation.
2
Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM LOOP
terminals as illustrated.
3
Turn the AM loop antenna until you have the best
reception.
Outdoor FM antenna
(not supplied)
To connect an outdoor AM 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.
ANT
ENN
A
AM
AM
For better reception of both FM and AM
• 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 AC power cord.
EX
T
LO
OP
FM
(7
CO 5Ω)
AXIA
L
A 75 Ω antenna with coaxial type
connector should be used.
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Connecting Speakers
To remove the speaker grilles
The speaker grilles are removable.
To connect speakers
You can connect the speakers by following the procedure
below:
Holes
Projections
1
2
Speaker grille
3,4
Speaker terminals
To remove the speaker grille, insert your fingers at the top
of the speaker grille, then pull towards you. Do the same at
the bottom.
To attach the speaker grille, put the projections of the
speaker grille into the holes of the speaker.
Connecting Other Equipment
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4Ω
Speaker cord
+
+
R
L
–
–
You can connect both of the analog and digital equipment.
When you connect and use the equipment, refer also to its
manual supplied.
Red
Speaker cord
• DO NOT connect other equipment while the
power is on.
• DO NOT plug in any equipment until all
connections are complete.
Black
R
L
Rear of the right
speaker
1
To connect audio equipment with an optical digital
input terminal
Rear of the left
speaker
If cords are covered with insulation, twist the core
of the cord at the end of each cord, then remove the
insulation.
2
Open the speaker terminal.
3
Insert the end of the speaker cord to the terminal.
Match the polarity: White cord to red (+) terminal and
black cord to black (–) terminal.
4
Close the speaker terminal on the rear of the unit.
You can record CD sound onto the connected digital
equipment.
Connect an optical digital cord (not supplied) between the
optical digital input terminal on the other equipment and
the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT terminal.
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
terminal
Protective cap
Before connecting the other equipment,
remove the protective cap from the
terminal.
Audio equipment with
an optical digital input
Use only speakers with the speaker impedance—4 Ω to16 Ω.
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To connect analog audio equipment
NOW, you can plug the AC power cord.
Be sure that the plugs of the audio cords and the jacks on
the rear of the unit are color-coded: White plugs and jacks
are for left audio signals, and red ones for right audio
signals.
• If the wall outlet does not match the AC plug, use the
supplied AC plug adaptor.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to check all connections to be done
before plugging the AC power cord into a wall outlet.
LINE IN
(AUX)
R
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
L
R
AC power cord
(supplied)
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
L
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
R
L
230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
127V
A C IN
110V
AC IN
2
To output
Analog audio
equipment
To a wall outlet
When connecting the AC power cord into a wall outlet, the
unit automatically starts the display illumination.
For playing the other equipment through this unit,
connect between the audio output jacks on the other
equipment and the LINE IN (AUX) jacks by using an audio
cord (not supplied.)
Adjusting the Voltage Selector
To stop and cancel the display demonstration, press
COLOR during display illumination—while the unit is
turned off (on standby.)
To start the display illumination manually, press
COLOR again while the unit is turned off (on standby.)
Before plugging in the unit, set the correct voltage for your
area with the voltage selector on the rear of the unit.
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
R
L
Voltage arrow
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
AC IN
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
Use a screwdriver to rotate the voltage selector so the
voltage number the voltage arrow is pointing at is the same
as the voltage where you are plugging in the unit. (See
back the cover page.)
DO NOT plug in before setting the voltage selector
on the rear of the unit and all connection procedures
are complete.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 11 to 13.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
SET
CD
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON
10
REPEAT PLAY MODE
0
+10
AUX?MD
FM/AM TAPE
BEEP
CD
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
FM/AM TAPE
AUX/MD
VOLUME
BEEP
RM-SUXA52U
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
Main unit (Front view)
COMPACT
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL AUDIO
PHONES
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Basic and Common Operations
English
Turning On the Power
Selecting the Sources and Starting Play
When you press the play buttons (CD 3 / 8, TAPE 2 3)
for a particular source or FM/AM and AUX/MD, the unit
automatically turns on (and starts playback if the source is
ready.)
To select the tuner, press FM/AM.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby) and the last selected station is tuned in.
Each time you press FM/AM, the band alternates between
FM and AM.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 14 to 16.
To turn on the unit without playing, press
STANDBY/ON.
The STANDBY/ON lamp on the electronic swing panel
lights green.
To turn off the unit (on standby), press
STANDBY/ON again.
The STANDBY/ON lamp on the electronic swing panel
lights red.
• “0:00” appears 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 turned off (on
standby.)
• A little power is always consumed even while the unit is
on standby.
To set the built-in clock, see page 31.
To switch off the power supply completely, unplug the
AC power cord from the AC outlet.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The clock setting, the tuner preset stations and other settings will
be erased.
To select the CD player, press CD 3 / 8.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby), and “CD” appears on the display. Play will start if
a CD is on the disc tray. (“NO DISC” will appear on the
display if a CD is not loaded.)
To stop playback, press 7.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 17 to 21.
To select the cassette deck, press TAPE 2 3.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby), and “TAPE” appears on the display. Play will
start if a cassette is in the cassette loading slot. (“NO
TAPE” will appear on the display if a cassette is not in the
cassette loading slot.)
To stop playback, press 7.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 22 and 23.
To select external equipment, press AUX/MD.
The unit automatically turns on (when the unit is on
standby), and “AUX” appears on the display.
• For more detailed operations, see pages 24 and 25.
• For operating the external equipment, see the manuals
supplied with them.
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Adjusting the Volume
Reinforcing the Bass Sound
You can adjust the volume level while the unit is turned on.
The volume level has no effect on recording.
The richness and fullness of the bass sound is clearly
maintained regardless of how low you set the volume—
Active Hyper Bass PRO. You can select the bass effect
levels while the unit is turned on. The AHB PRO can be
applied only to playback sounds, and cannot be used for
recording.
To increase the volume, press VOLUME +.
To decrease the volume, press VOLUME –.
(Maximum)
To get the effect, press AHB PRO.
The AHB PRO indicator lights on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the effect changes as
follows:
(Minimum)
The volume level meter appears on the display.
• The volume level can be adjusted in 41 steps (VOL MIN,
VOL 1 – VOL 39, and VOL MAX.)
• When pressing and holding the button, you can change
the volume level continuously.
For private listening
Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound comes
out of the speakers. Be sure to turn down the volume before
connecting or putting on the headphones.
AHB OFF
(Canceled)
AHB 1:
Bass sound is clearly heard even in the low
volume.
AHB 2:
Bass sound is more effective than AHB 1.
AHB OFF: Cancels the AHB PRO.
The AHB PRO indicator goes off from the
display.
Selecting the Sound Modes
You can select one of the 4 preset sound modes while the
unit is turned on. The sound modes can be applied only to
playback sounds, and cannot be used for recording.
On the remote control ONLY:
To select the sound modes, press SOUND MODE
repeatedly until the sound mode you want appears on the
display.
The SOUND indicator also lights on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the sound mode changes
as follows:
Turning On/Off the Key-touch Tone
If you do not want the key-touch tone to beep each time
you press buttons, you can deactivate it while the unit is
turned on.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press BEEP.
• Each time you press the button, the key-touch tone turns
on (BEEP ON) and off (BEEP OFF) alternately:
BEEP OFF
AHB 2
To check the AHB PRO setting currently selected, press
AHB PRO once while the AHB PRO indicator is lit.
DO NOT turn off (on standby) the unit 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.
REMEMBER you cannot adjust the volume level
while the unit is on standby mode.
BEEP ON
AHB 1
ROCK
POP
FLAT
CLASSIC
JAZZ
(Canceled)
ROCK:
Boosts low and high frequency.
Good for acoustic music.
POP:
Good for vocal music or voice.
CLASSIC: Good for classical music.
JAZZ:
Good for jazz music.
FLAT:
Cancels the sound mode.
The SOUND indicator goes off from the
display.
To check the sound mode currently selected, press
SOUND MODE once while the SOUND indicator is lit.
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Continued
English
Setting the Display Illumination
To adjust and register the color
To select the color pattern
You can adjust the color by changing the tone, whiteness,
brightness, and register into COLOR 1 to 7.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the
setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1
again.
You can select the color pattern by your preference.
On the remote control ONLY:
While the unit is turned on, press COLOR repeatedly
until the color pattern you want appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the color pattern changes
as follows:
1 Press COLOR repeatedly until the color number
You can change the color and brightness of the display
illumination.
COLOR
RANDOM
COLOR
GRADATION
COLOR 1
– COLOR 7
TODAY’S
COLOR # *
DAILY
(COLOR 1 to 7) you want to adjust appears on the
display.
The adjustment bars appear on the display.
2 Adjust the tone, whiteness, and brightness.
1) Press = or + to select the level you want and
press SET.
• Each time you press SET, the adjustment items
change.
• The tone can be adjusted in 14 patterns. The
whiteness can be adjusted in 3 levels and the
brightness can be adjusted in 2 levels.
2) Repeat 1) to adjust “WHITENESS” and
“BRIGHTNESS.”
• If the whiteness is set to the right end, the tone
you adjusted will be no longer valid.
COLOR RANDOM: Changes the illumination color
randomly every 2 seconds.
COLOR GRADATION:
Changes the illumination color
gradually.
TODAY’S COLOR #* DAILY:
Changes the illumination color
every day. You can select which
color to start with. (See “To select
TODAY’S COLOR” to the right
column.)
* The color number of TODAY’S COLOR is selected
from COLOR 1 – 7.
COLOR 1 – 7:
You can adjust and register the
color from COLOR 1 to 7. (See
“To adjust and register the color”
to the right column.)
To select “TODAY’S COLOR”
The illumination color changes automatically each time the
built-in clock becomes “0:00.”
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the
setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1
again.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press COLOR repeatedly until “TODAY’S
COLOR” appears on the display.
• If you press COLOR while the unit is turned off, the
display illumination will start (see page 9.)
2 Press = or + to select the color number (COLOR 1
to 7.)
More on the display illumination
• The colors shown on the display cannot always be reproduced
precisely. Due to the circumstances (room temperature, etc.)
where the unit is used, colors may vary slightly.
• When you change the color of the display, the display may seem
to move back and forth; this is a characteristic of this unit and is
not a malfunction.
• When a strong light strikes the display, the display happens to
become dark, but this is not a malfunction.
To dim the display
This function can be used only while the unit is turned on.
On the remote control ONLY:
To dim the display, press DIMMER.
To brighten the display, press DIMMER again.
• Pressing COLOR also brightens the display.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 15 to 16.)
Remote control
FM MODE
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
SET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
+10
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
FM/AM
STANDBY/ON
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts
English
Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing
To change the FM reception mode
Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz apart, and some
countries use 10 kHz spacing.
When shipped, the built-in AM tuner is set to 9 kHz
spacing. You can change it to 9 kHz or 10 kHz spacing.
On the unit ONLY:
To set the AM tuner to the 10 kHz spacing, be sure that
the unit is turned off, but is plugged into a wall outlet.
While holding ¢, press
STANDBY/ON. The unit
turns on and “AM 10 kHz” appears on the display for a
while.
When an FM stereo broadcast is noisy or hard to receive,
you can change the FM reception mode to improve the
reception.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press FM MODE so that the MONO indicator lights on
the display.
• Each time you press the button, the MONO indicator
lights and goes off alternately.
When the MONO indicator is lit:
Reception improves though stereo effect is lost.
To set it back to the 9 kHz spacing, be sure that the unit is
turned off, but is plugged into a wall outlet.
While holding 4, press
STANDBY/ON. The unit
turns on and “AM 9 kHz” appears on the display for a
while.
When the MONO indicator is not lit:
You can hear stereo sound when a program is
broadcast in stereo.
The ST (stereo) indicator lights while receiving
the FM stereo broadcast (only when the reception
is good.)
In addition, static noise between stations will be
erased while tuning.
Tuning in a Station
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select “FM” or “AM.”
The unit automatically turns on with the last selected
station.
• Each time you press the button, the band alternates
between FM and AM.
2 Press and hold ¢ or 4 until the station
frequencies start changing on the display.
• ¢ : to increase the frequencies.
• 4 : to decrease the frequencies.
The unit starts searching stations and stops when a
station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in.
Presetting Stations
You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations manually.
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. You can
preset the stations you want into memory by following the
presetting method.
• There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the
setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 2
again.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Tune in a station you want to preset.
• See “Tuning in a Station” to the left column.
Ex. An FM station is tuned in.
• If an FM program is broadcast in stereo, the ST
(stereo) indicator lights on the display.
2 Press SET.
The preset number starts flashing as follows:
• When you select an FM station in step 1
To stop during searching, press ¢ or 4.
When you press ¢ or 4 repeatedly
The frequency changes step by step.
• When you select an AM station in step 1
Preset No. 1 always appears at first.
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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.
Tuning in a Preset Station
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select “FM” or “AM.”
The unit automatically turns on with the last selected
station.
• Each time you press the button, the band alternates
between FM and AM.
• You can also select the preset number by pressing
¢ or 4.
4 Press SET again.
“STORED” appears on the display for a while.
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 AC power cord or if a
power failure occurs
The preset stations will be erased. If this happens, preset the
stations again.
2 Press the number buttons to select a preset number.
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.
To check the clock time while listening to the
broadcast
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the source information
and the clock time alternate on the display.
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3 Press the number buttons to select a preset number.
English
Playing Back a CD
The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 18 to 21.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
CANCEL
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
+10
REPEAT PLAY MODE
CD
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
1
STANDBY/ON
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Precautions on CD Playback
Playing Back the Entire CD—Normal Play
This unit has been designed to play back discs bearing the
following logos:
You can play a CD.
1 Press CD open/close 0 on the unit.
The unit automatically turns on, the electronic swing
panel slides upward, and the disc tray comes out.
CD ReWritable (CD-RW)
CD Recordable (CD-R)
Audio CD
When playing a CD-R or CD-RW
User-edited CD-Rs (CD-Recordable) and CD-RWs
(CD-ReWritable) can be played back when they are already
“finalized.” If you play back an unfinalized discs,
“UNFINALIZE” appears on the display.
• You can play back your original CD-Rs or CD-RWs
recorded in music CD format ONLY. (If CD-RWs have
been recorded in different format, erase all the data on
CD-RWs completely before re-recording on the discs.)
Disc tray
2 Place a CD correctly on the circle of the disc tray
with its label side up.
DO NOT play back CD-Rs or CD-RWs including
the sound files such as MP3.
Good
• Before playing back CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read their
instructions or cautions carefully.
• Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not be played back on this
unit because of their disc characteristics, damage or stain
on them, or if the player’s lens is dirty.
No good
• When using a CD single (8 cm), place it on the inner
circle of the disc tray.
3 Press CD 3 / 8.
Important notices:
• In general, you will have the best performance by
keeping your CDs and the mechanism clean.
- Store CDs in their cases, and keep them in cabinets or
on shelves.
- Keep the unit’s disc tray closed when not in use.
• Continuous use of irregular shaped discs (heart-shape,
octagonal, etc.) can damage the disc rotating mechanism.
The disc tray closes, then the electronic swing panel
slides downward automatically.
The CD indicator starts rotating on the display and CD
playback starts from the first track.
• If you press CD open/close 0 again, the disc tray
closes, and the electronic swing panel slides
downward automatically. CD playback does not start
until you press CD 3 / 8.
CD indicator
• CD-RWs may require a longer readout time. This is
caused by the fact that the reflectance of CD-RWs is
lower than for regular CDs.
Current track
number
Elapsed playing time
CD playback stops automatically after playing all the
tracks on the CD.
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English
To stop during play, press 7.
The following information appears.
Basic CD Operations
While playing a CD, you can do the following operations.
CD indicator
To stop playback for a moment
Total track number
Press CD 3 / 8.
The elapsed playing time starts flashing on the display.
To resume playback, press CD 3 / 8 again.
Total playing time
To remove the disc, press CD open/close 0.
The electronic swing panel slides upward, and the disc tray
comes out.
To locate a particular point in a track during play
Press and hold ¢ or 4.
• ¢ : Fast-forwards the tracks.
• 4 : Fast-reverses the tracks.
To go to another track
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.
To go to another track directly using the number
buttons
• After removing the CD, press CD open/close 0 again to
close the electronic swing panel.
On the remote control ONLY:
Pressing the number button(s) 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.
To check the clock time while playing back CD
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the source information
and the clock time alternate on the display.
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Programing the Playing Order of the Tracks
—Program Play
You can arrange the order in which the tracks play before
you start playing. You can program up to 32 tracks.
Before playing, you can check the program contents by
pressing 4 or ¢.
• 4 : Shows the programed tracks in the reverse order.
• ¢ : Shows tracks in the programed 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.
1 Load a CD.
2 Press CD 3 / 8, then 7.
The source is changed to “CD.”
3 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until “PROGRAM”
appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, play mode changes
as follows:
PROGRAM
RANDOM
(Program Play)
(Random Play)
(Normal Play)
To add tracks in the program before you start play,
press the number buttons to select track numbers you want
to add.
To erase the entire program, press CD open/close 0 to
eject the CD.
• Turning off the unit will also erase the program.
If you try to program a 33rd step
“MEMORY FULL” will appear on the display.
4 Press the number buttons to select the tracks.
• For how to use the number buttons, see “To go to
another track directly using the number buttons” on
page 19.
CD indicator
To check the program contents
Current track number
Program
number
Total playing
time
If your entry is ignored
You have tried to program a track number that does not exist on the
CD (for example, selecting track 14 on a CD that only has 12
tracks.) Such entries are ignored.
If the total playing time is 100 minutes (one hour
and 40 minutes) or more
The total playing time will not be shown. (“– – : – –” will appear.)
Play mode
5 Press CD 3 / 8.
The tracks are played in the order you have programed.
Program Play ends when all the tracks are played once.
To stop during play, press 7.
To exit from Program Play, press PLAY MODE
repeatedly so that the unit enters the other play modes
(Random Play or Normal Play) before or after play.
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Continued
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Playing at Random—Random Play
Repeating Tracks—Repeat Play
The tracks of a loaded CD will play at random.
You can repeat all tracks (regardless of play mode), or also
a single track as many times as you like.
On the remote control ONLY:
On the remote control ONLY:
To repeat play, press REPEAT before or during play.
• Each time you press the button, Repeat Play changes as
follows:
1 Load a CD.
2 Press CD 3 / 8, then 7.
The source is changed to “CD.”
REPEAT ONE
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT OFF
(Canceled)
3 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until “RANDOM”
appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, play mode changes
as follows:
PROGRAM
RANDOM
(Program Play)
(Random Play)
(Normal Play)
4 Press CD 3 / 8.
REPEAT ALL : Repeats all the tracks on the CD (in
Normal or Random Play), or all the
tracks in Program Play.
REPEAT ONE : Repeats only one track.
REPEAT OFF : Cancels Repeat Play.
The tracks are played at random.
CD indicator
CD indicator
Current track
number
Play mode
Repeat mode indication
(ex. REPEAT ALL)
Elapsed playing time
Random Play stops when all the tracks are played once.
To skip the current track, press ¢.
• You cannot go back to the previous tracks by pressing
4.
• If play mode is either Program or Random Play, the
repeat mode indication appears on the display for a while
each time you press REPEAT.
To exit from Repeat Play, press REPEAT repeatedly until
“REPEAT OFF” appears on the display.
To stop during play, press 7.
To exit from Random Play, press PLAY MODE
repeatedly so that the unit enters the other play modes
(Normal Play or Program Play) before or after play.
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Continued
The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (page 23.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
DISPLAY
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
REV.MODE
REPEAT PLAY MODE
FM/AM TAPE
CD
AUX/MD
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
TAPE
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Playing Back a Tape
English
To stop during play, press 7.
Playing Back a Tape
You can play back type I, II, and IV tapes.
1 Press TAPE open/close 0 on the unit.
The unit automatically turns on, the electronic swing
panel slides downward, and the cassette loading slot
appears.
If a cassette is already in the cassette loading slot, it is
ejected.
cassette loading slot
To fast-wind or rewind the tape, press ¢ or 4.
• When the tape direction is
¢ : Fast-winds the tape.
4 : Rewinds the tape.
• When the tape direction is
4 : Fast-winds the tape.
¢ : Rewinds the tape.
To eject the cassette, press TAPE open/close 0.
• After ejecting the cassette, press TAPE open/close 0
again to close the electronic swing panel.
DO NOT press TAPE open/close 0 during tape play.
To play both sides—Reverse Mode
You can set the cassette deck to play just one side of a tape,
both sides once, or both sides continuously.
• You can set this mode only when a cassette is already in
the cassette deck.
2 Insert a cassette with the exposed part facing left.
The cassette is pulled in, then the electronic swing
panel slides upward automatically.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press REV. MODE.
• Each time you press the button, the reverse mode
changes as follows:
: To only play back one side (front or reverse.)
: To play back the front and reverse sides once.
: To play back both front and reverse sides
continuously.
To check the clock time while playing back a tape
3 Press TAPE 2 3.
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the source information
and the clock time alternate on the display.
The tape starts playing.
• Each time you press the button, the tape direction
changes as follows:
: Plays the front side.
: Plays the reverse side.
The use of the 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.
Tape indicator
Reverse mode
Tape direction
When the tape plays to the end, the cassette deck
automatically stops if the reverse mode is set to
. (See “To play both sides—Reverse Mode”.)
or
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (page 25.)
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Using External Equipment
English
Listening to External Equipment
Recording from This Unit
to External Equipment
You can listen to external equipment such as an MD
recorder.
• First make sure that the external equipment is properly
connected as follows:
You can record from this unit to external equipment
connected to the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT terminal of this
unit, such as an MD recorder.
• The recording level is not affected by the VOLUME level
and sound effect, either.
• First make sure that the external equipment is properly
connected as follows:
LINE IN
(AUX)
R
L
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
terminal
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
R
Protective cap
L
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
Before connecting the other equipment,
remove the protective cap from the
terminal.
AC IN
Analog audio
equipment
Audio equipment with
an optical digital input
To output
1 Prepare for recording on the external equipment.
2 Start recording on the external equipment.
1 Press AUX/MD.
“AUX” appears on the display.
• For operation of the external equipment, refer to its
manual.
2 Adjust the volume level to the minimum position.
3 Start playing the external equipment.
3 Play the CD Player of this unit.
• For the CD operation, see page 17 to 21.
• For operation of the external equipment, refer to its
manual.
4 Press VOLUME + / – to adjust your desired
listening level.
5 Apply sound effects, if you wish.
• Press AHB PRO if you want to reinforce the bass
sound.
(See “Reinforcing the Bass sound” on page 12.)
• Press SOUND MODE if you want to control the
tone.
(See “Selecting the Sound modes” on page 12.)
To check the clock time while listening to the
external equipment
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, “AUX” and the clock
time alternate on the display.
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The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 28 to 29.)
For recording operations, mainly use the buttons on the unit.
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
SLEEP
REC start
TA P E
CD
open/close
Remote control
COLOR
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
DISPLAY
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
CD
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
FM/AM TAPE
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
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AUX/MD
English
Recording on Tapes
English
Before You Start Recording
• It may be unlawful to record or play back copyrighted material without the consent of the copyright
owner.
• The recording level is automatically set correctly, so it is not affected by the VOLUME control. Thus, during
recording you can adjust the sound you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level.
• While recording, you can hear sound mode effect and/or the Active Hyper Bass PRO effect through the speakers or
headphones. However, the sound is recorded without these effects (see pages 12.)
• While recording, the display lights red.
• If recordings you have made have excessive noise or static, the unit may be too close to a TV. Place the unit away
from the TV.
• You can use type I tape for recording.
To protect your recordings
Cassettes have two small tabs on the back to protect
unexpected erasure or recording.
To protect your recording, remove these tabs.
To re-record on a protected tape, cover the holes with
adhesive tape.
Adhesive tape
The use of the 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.
To keep the best recording and playback sound
quality
You need to clean the heads.
• Clean the heads after every 10 hours of use with
a wet-type head cleaning tape (available at electronic
and audio shops.)
When the head becomes dirty, the following
symptoms will occur:
– Sound quality is reduced.
– Sound level decreases.
– Sound drops out.
• Do not play dirty or dusty tapes.
• Do not touch the highly-polished head with any
metalic or magnetic tools.
To demagnetize the head
Turn off the unit, and use a head demagnetizer
(available at electronic and audio shops.)
At the start and end of cassette tapes
There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto. Thus,
when recording CDs or radio broadcasts, wind the leader
tape first to ensure that the recording will be made without
any music part lost.
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To check the clock time while recording from the
broadcast onto a tape
What’s a Recording Mode and Reverse Mode ?
You have two methods (MODE 1/2 and 2/2) to record
from some sources onto a tape.
Recording
mode
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the recording
information and the clock time alternate on the display.
Reverse mode
MODE 1/2
Recording CD—CD Synchronized Recording
MODE 2/2
: To record the front and reverse sides once.
You can record from a CD onto a tape.
Using these synchronized recording methods, you can start
and stop CD play and tape recording at the same time.
: To only record one side (front or reverse.)
In the following procedure, MODE 1/2 (
as a recording method.
) is selected
On the unit ONLY:
1 Insert a recordable cassette into the cassette loading
Recording FM/AM Broadcasts
slot.
• Press TAPE @ # to adjust the tape direction
to “
” then 7.
You can record from an FM or AM broadcast onto a tape.
On the unit ONLY:
1 Insert a recordable cassette into the cassette loading
2 Prepare a CD.
• After loading the CD, press CD # / 8, then 7 before
going to the next step.
• You can make a program (see page 20) or select
Random Play (see page 21) if you want.
slot.
• Press TAPE @ # to adjust the tape direction
to “
” then 7.
3 Press MODE select to select a recording mode.
2 Tune in a station you want.
• Each time you press the button, recording mode
changes as follows:
• For more detailed operations, see pages 15 and 16.
3 Press MODE select to select a recording mode.
MODE1/2
• Each time you press the button, recording mode
changes as follows:
MODE1/2
MODE2/2
Canceled
CD indicator
MODE2/2
Canceled
Tape indicator
Tuner indicator
Recording mode
Tape indicator
Reverse mode
Recording mode
Reverse mode
Ex. When selecting MODE 1/2
4 Press REC start.
Both the CD play and the recording start.
• After the recording, both the CD player and the
cassette deck stop automatically.
Ex.When selecting MODE 1/2
4 Press REC start.
The recording starts.
To stop recording, press 7.
CD play stops first, then after 4 seconds, the recording
stops.
To stop recording, press 7.
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Continued
English
To record a single track during play or pause
Recording External Equipment
While playing back you want to record, perform steps 3
and 4.
The playback of the track is stopped, and then starts from
the beginning again. This time, the cassette deck starts
recording the track.
• After the track is recorded, both the CD player and the
cassette deck stop automatically.
To check the clock time while recording from the CD
onto a tape
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the recording
information and the clock time alternate on the display.
You can record from external equipment onto a tape.
The external equipment needs to be connected to LINE IN
(AUX) terminal of this unit (for how to connect,
see page 9.)
On the unit ONLY:
1 Insert a recordable cassette into the cassette loading
slot.
• Press TAPE @ # to adjust the tape direction
to “
” then 7.
2 Press AUX/MD.
The source is changed to “AUX.”
3 Press MODE select to select a recording mode.
• Each time you press the button, recording mode
changes as follows:
MODE1/2
MODE2/2
Canceled
Tape indicator
Recording mode
Reverse mode
Ex. When selecting MODE 1/2
4 Press REC start.
The recording starts.
5 Start playback on the external equipment.
To stop recording, press 7.
To check the clock time while recording from the
external equipment onto a tape
On the remote control ONLY:
Press DISPLAY (not on number buttons.)
• Each time you press the button, the recording
information and the clock time alternate on the display.
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Continued
The buttons emphasized in the illustration below are used and explained in this section (pages 31 to 34.)
Remote control
STANDBY/ON
DIMMER
COLOR
CLOCK
/TIMER
DIMMER
CLOCK
/TIMER
STANDBY/ON
FM MODE
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SET
10
0
+10
CANCEL
REV.MODE
DISPLAY
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
+10
SET
CANCEL
REPEAT PLAY MODE
AUX/MD
FM/AM TAPE
CD
BEEP
SOUND
MODE
AHB
PRO
VOLUME
RM-SUXA52U
Main unit (Top view)
F M / A M A U X / M D AHB PRO
STANDBY/ON
VOLUME
COLOR
MODE select
open/close
REC start
SLEEP
TA P E
CD
open/close
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Using the Timers
English
There are three timers available—Recording Timer, Daily
Timer, and Sleep Timer.
You need to set the built-in clock to use these timers.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The clock setting will be reset to “0:00.” If this happen, you need to
set the clock again.
Setting the Clock
Using Recording Timer
You can set the clock whether the unit is turned on or off
(on standby.)
With Recording Timer, you can make an unattended
recording.
• You can set Recording Timer whether the unit is turned
on or off (on standby.)
• To correct a misentry any time during the setting process,
press CANCEL.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “TIME
ADJUST” appears on the display.
The hour digit starts flashing on the display.
How Recording Timer actually works
The unit automatically turns on, and starts recording on a
tape when the timer-on time comes. (While Recording
Timer is working, the REC indicator keeps flashing.) Then,
when the timer-off time comes, the recording stops and the
unit automatically turns off (on standby.)
Recording Timer works only once, but the timer settings
remain stored in memory unless you reset them or unplug
the AC power cord.
2 Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to adjust the hour.
• When you press and hold the button, the hour digit
changes continuously.
3 Press SET to set the hour.
On the remote control ONLY:
The minute digit starts flashing on the display.
Ex. When pressing SET after
adjusting the hour to 10.
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “REC
• If you want to correct the hour again, press
CANCEL.
The hour digit starts flashing again.
TIMER” appears on the display.
The timer ( ) indicator lights, and the REC indicator
starts flashing on the display.
Timer indicator
4 Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to adjust the minute.
REC indicator
• When you press and hold the button, the minute digit
changes continuously.
REC
Timer mode
5 Press SET to finish setting the clock.
The built-in clock starts.
Ex. When pressing SET after
adjusting the minute to 10.
To adjust the clock again
Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly in step 1 until “TIME ADJUST”
appears on the display, then perform steps 2 to 5 above.
• Each time you press the button, the timer mode
changes as follows:
REC TIMER
Canceled
To check the clock time by sound while the unit is
turned off (on standby)
Press DIMMER while the key-touch tone is set to on. The clock
time will be indicated by sound.
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DAILY TIMER
TIME ADJUST
2 Press 4 to select “ON,” then press SET.
3 Select the source to record.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the source.
• Each time you press the buttons, the source
changes as follows:
FROM AUX
FROM FM
FROM AM
2) Press SET.
• When you have selected “FROM FM” or
“FROM AM,” select a preset number by pressing
¢ or 4 (for how to preset stations, see
page 15.)
• When you have selected “FROM AUX,” the
external equipment also needs to have the timer
function.
3) Press SET again.
4 Select the reverse mode either
or
by pressing
¢ or 4, then press SET.
• For reverse mode, see page 28.
To turn on the Recording Timer again, press 4 to
select “ON,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and REC indicators light on the display.
The settings you have done are shown on the display for
your confirmation.
If you stop recording during Recording Timer
The recording is canceled, but when the timer-off time comes, the
unit turns off.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The timer setting, the tuner preset stations and other settings will
be erased.
Using Daily Timer
5 Set the timer-on and timer-off time.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-on time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-on time starts flashing on
the display.
»
Timer-on time
To turn off the Recording Timer after its setting is done,
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “REC TIMER”
appears on the display.
2 Press ¢ to select “OFF,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and REC indicators go off from the
display.
With Daily Timer, you can wake up to your favorite music
or radio program.
• You can set Daily Timer whether the unit is turned on or
off (on standby.)
• To correct a misentry any time during the setting process,
press CANCEL.
How Daily Timer actually works
»
Timer-off time
2) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-on time, then press SET.
The hour digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
3) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-off time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
4) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-off time, then press SET.
• The setting you have done are shown on the
display in sequence.
• The REC indicator stops flashing and remains lit.
The unit automatically turns on, and starts playing the
specified source when the timer-on time comes. (While
Daily Timer is working, the DAILY indicator keeps
flashing.) Then, when the timer-off time comes, the unit
automatically turns off (on standby.)
Daily Timer works every day, and the timer settings remain
stored in memory unless you reset them or unplug the AC
power cord.
6 Press
STANDBY/ON to turn off the unit (on
standby) if necessary.
• No sounds come out while timer recording is
performed.
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Continued
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2) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-on time, then press SET.
The hour digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
3) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-off time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-off time starts flashing on
the display.
4) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the minute
of the timer-off time, then press SET.
On the remote control ONLY:
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “DAILY
TIMER” appears on the display.
The timer ( ) indicator lights, and the DAILY
indicator starts flashing on the display.
DAILY indicator
DAILY
Timer indicator
5 Adjust the volume level.
Timer mode
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to adjust the volume
level.
• You can adjust the volume level within the range
of 0 (silent) to 40 (maximum.)
• When you select “VOLUME – –,” the volume is
set to the current volume level.
2) Press SET.
• The settings you have done are shown on the
display in sequence.
• The DAILY indicator stops flashing and remains
lit on the display.
• Each time you press the button, the timer mode
changes as follows:
REC TIMER
DAILY TIMER
TIME ADJUST
Canceled
6 Press
2 Press 4 to select “ON,” then press SET.
3 Select the source to play.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the source.
• Each time you press the buttons, the source
changes as follows:
FROM CD
FROM TAPE
FROM AUX
FROM FM
FROM AM
2) Press SET.
• When you have selected “FROM FM” or
“FROM AM,” select a preset number by pressing
¢ or 4 (for how to preset stations, see
page 15.)
• When you have selected “FROM AUX,” the
external equipment also needs to have the timer
function.
3) Press SET again.
4 Set the timer-on and timer-off time.
1) Press ¢ or 4 repeatedly to select the hour of
the timer-on time, then press SET.
The minute digit of timer-on time starts flashing on
the display.
»
»
Timer-on time Timer-off time
STANDBY/ON to turn off the unit (on
standby.)
To turn off the Daily Timer after its setting is done,
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly until “DAILY
TIMER” appears on the display.
2 Press ¢ to select “OFF,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and DAILY indicators go off from the
display.
To turn on the Daily Timer again, press 4 to select
“ON,” then press SET.
The timer ( ) and DAILY indicators light on the
display.
The settings you have done are shown on the display for
your confirmation.
If the unit is kept turned on until the timer-on time
comes
Daily Timer does not work at all.
Daily Timer will be canceled and the unit will not
turn off automatically in the following:
• When you change the source.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power
failure occurs
The timer setting, the tuner preset stations and other settings will
be erased.
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To sleep with the Sleep Timer and wake up with the
Daily Timer
With Sleep Timer, you can fall asleep to your favorite
music.
• You can set Sleep Timer while the unit is turned on.
The unit turns off when the shut-off time comes (set by the
Sleep Timer), and turns on when the timer-on time comes
(set by the Daily Timer.)
How Sleep Timer actually works
1
2
The unit automatically turns off after the specified time
length passes.
Set the Daily Timer as explained on pages 32 and 33.
Start playing back any source you want to listen to
before sleep.
Set the Sleep Timer.
3
1 Press SLEEP repeatedly until the time length you
want appears on the display.
The timer ( ) indicator starts flashing and “SLEEP
10” appears on the display.
Timer Priority
Since each timer can be set separately, you may wonder
what happens if the setting for these timers overlaps.
Here are the priorities for each timer.
• A timer with the later timer-on time has priority.
If Recording Timer is set to come on while Daily Timer
is operating, Daily Timer is canceled.
• Each time you press the button, the time length
changes as follows:
10
20
30
60
6:00
Canceled
120
90
6:30
2 Press SET or wait for about 5 seconds.
Canceled
If Recording Timer is set to come on while Sleep Timer
is operating, Sleep Timer will not shut off the power even
if the shut-off time comes.
To check the remaining time until the shut-off time,
press SLEEP once. The remaining time until the shut-off
time appears for about 5 seconds.
18:00
To change the shut-off time, press SLEEP repeatedly until
the time length you want appears.
To cancel the setting, press SLEEP repeatedly until
“SLEEP” disappears from the display.
18:30
Recording Timer
Sleep Timer
Canceled
Sleep Timer will be canceled in the following:
• When you turn off the unit.
• When you operate other timer settings.
• When you adjust the clock.
If “CLOCK ADJUST” appears on the display
You need to set the built-in clock (see page 31.)
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Daily Timer
The display dims.
“SLEEP” appears on the display.
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Using Sleep Timer
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Maintenance
To get the best performance of the unit, keep your discs, tapes, and mechanism clean.
General Notes
Handling cassette tapes
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 electronic swing panel closed when not in use.
Cleaning the unit
• 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 water-diluted neutral
detergent and wrung well, then wipe clean with a dry cloth.
• Avoid the following since they may cause damage to
the unit.
- DO NOT wipe it with a hard cloth.
- DO NOT wipe it strong.
- DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine.
- DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as
insecticides to it.
- DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in
contact with it for a long time.
• 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 the following places to
store the tape:
- In dusty places
- In direct sunlight or heat
- In moist areas
- On a TV or speaker
- Near a magnet
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.
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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
Possible Cause
No sound is heard.
Connections are incorrect or loose.
Unable to operate the remote control.
• The path between the remote control and the
remote sensor on the unit is blocked.
• The batteries have lost their charge.
• You are using the remote control far from the
unit.
• The antenna is not connected correctly.
• The AM loop antenna is too close to the unit.
Poor radio reception.
An inserted CD and cassette cannot be
ejected.
The CD does not play.
The CD skips.
Impossible to record on a tape.
Operations are disabled.
If “CANNOT PLAY” appears on the
display
If “CD LOAD ERROR” appears on the
display
If “UNFINALIZE” appears on the
display
Noise is heard during illumination
demonstration mode.
The CD is upside down.
The CD is dirty or scratched.
Small tabs on the back of the cassette are removed.
The built-in microprocessor has malfunctioned due
to external electrical interference.
You are trying to play back a CD which cannot be
played or there is a problem with the CD.
The CD tray does not open correctly because of the
obstruction.
You are trying to play back a CD-R/RW which has
not been “finalized” yet.
Put the CD in with the label side up.
Clean or replace the CD. (See page 35.)
Cover the holes with adhesive tape.
Unplug the unit then plug it back in.
This unit automatically turns off and on during
demonstration. If volume level is set high, you will
hear this noise.
Turn on the unit, decrease the volume,
then turn it off again.
Change the CD.
Press CD open/close 0 to close the CD
tray, then remove the obstruction.
This is not a malfunction. You can play
back “finalized” CD-R/RWs.
UX-A52 (CA-UXA52 and SP-UXA52)
Amplifier
Output Power (IEC 268-3/DIN):
40 W (20 W + 20 W) at 4 Ω (10 % THD)
Audio input sensitivity/Impedance (at 1 kHz)
LINE IN (AUX):
500 mV/47 kΩ
Digital output – OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
Signal wave length:
660 nm
Output level:
–21 dBm to –15 dBm
Speaker Terminals:
4 Ω — 16 Ω
Tuner
FM tuning range:
87.50 MHz — 108.00 MHz
AM tuning range:
531 kHz — 1 710 kHz (at 9 kHz channel spacing)
530 kHz — 1 710 kHz (at 10 kHz channel spacing)
1 CD
85 dB
90 dB
Immeasurable
• Replace the batteries. (See page 6.)
• Signals cannot reach the remote sensor.
Move closer to the unit.
• Reconnect the antenna securely.
• Change the position and direction of
the AM loop antenna.
• Extend FM antenna to the best
reception position.
Plug it in the AC power plug.
• The FM antenna is not properly extended and
positioned.
The AC power cord is not plugged in.
Specifications
CD player
CD capacity:
Dynamic range:
Signal-to-noise ratio:
Wow and flutter:
Action
Check all connections and make
corrections. (See pages 6 – 9.)
• Remove the obstruction.
Casstte deck
Frequency response
Normal (type I): 60 Hz — 14 000 Hz
Wow and flutter
0.15 % (WRMS)
General
Power requirement:
Power consumption:
AC 110 V/127 V/230 V (adjustable
with the voltage selector), 50 Hz
45 W (at operation)
4.1 W (on standby)
Dimensions (approx.):
163 mm x 200 mm x 329 mm (W/H/D)
Mass (approx.): 4.3 kg
Speaker Section
Speakers:
Woofer 10 cm, Tweeter 4 cm
Impedance:
4Ω
Dimensions (approx.):
140 mm x 200 mm x 249 mm (W/H/D)
Mass (approx.): 2.0 kg
Supplied accessories
See page 6.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Troubleshooting
Mains (AC) Line Instruction (not applicable for Europe, U.S.A., Canada, and
U.K.)
Instrucción sobre la línea de la red (CA) (no aplicable para Europa, EE.UU.,
Canadá, ni el Grã-Bretanha)
Instrução sobre a tensão da rede eléctrica (CA) (não aplicável para a Europa, os
E.U.A., o Canadá, e o Reino Unido)
IMPORTANT for mains (AC) line
BEFORE PLUGGING IN, do check that your mains (AC) line voltage
corresponds with the position of the voltage selector switch provided on the
outside of this equipment and, if different, reset the voltage selector switch, to
prevent from a damage or risk of fire/electric shock.
IMPORTANTE para la línea de la red (CA)
ANTES DE ENCHUFAR EL EQUIPO, compruebe si la tensión de la línea de la
red (CA) corresponde con la posición del selector de tensión situado en la parte
exterior del equipo, y si es diferente, reajuste el selector de tensión para evitar el
riesgo de incendios/descargas eléctricas.
IMPORTANTE para a ligação à tensão da rede (CA)
ANTES DE LIGAR O APARELHO A UMA TOMADA DA REDE, verifique
se a tensão da rede CA corresponde à posição do seletor de voltagem localizado
na parte externa deste equipamento. Caso não corresponda, reajuste o seletor de
voltagem a fim de evitar avarias ou riscos de incêndio e choque elétrico.
230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
127V
110V
R
L
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
MIN 4
R
L
230V
127V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
110V
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