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CDStereoSystem
XR-EM20
DIGITAL AUDIO
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Owner'srecord
For your convenience,recordthe model numberand serial
number(youwill find themon therearof your set)inthespace
providedbelow. Pleaserefer1othem whenyou contactyour
Aiwadealerincaseof difficulty.
Model No.
SerialNo. (Lot No.)
call toll free 1-800-BUY-AIWA
For
assistanceand
(United
States and information
Puerto Rico)
8C-CL7-903-01
011228ACK-H-BF
Read the Operating Instructions carefully and completely before
operating the unit, Be sure to keepthe Operating Instructions for
future reference, All warnings and cautions in the Operating
Instructions and on the unit should be strictly followed, as well as
the safetysuggestions below.
Warning
To preventelectric shock or injury, these safetyinstructions should
be followed in the installation, use and servicing the unit,
Installation
Attachments - Do not use attachmentsnot recommended by the
unit manufactureras they may result in the risk of fire, electric shock
or ir_ury to persons,
Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water - for
example, neara bathtub,washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundrytub, in
a wet basement, or neara swimming pool, and the like,
Heat- Donot use this unit near sources of heat, including heating
vents, stoves, or otherappliancesthat generateheat, It also should
not be placed in temperatures lessthan 5C (41°F) or greater than
35C (95F).
Mounting surface- Place the unit on a flat, even surface.
Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious ir_ury
to a child or an adult, and serious damageto the appliance. Use
only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by
the manufacturer, or sold with the unit, Any mounting of the
applianceshould follow the manufacturer'sinstructions, andshould
use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
Portable cart - An appliance and cart
combination should be movedwith care, Quick
stops,excessiveforce,and unevensurfacesmay
cause the appliance and cart combination to
overturn,
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Ventilation - The unit should be situated with adequate space
around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured. Allow 10 cm
clearancefrom the rear and the top of the unit, and 5 cm from the
each side.
Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are
provided for ventilation, and to ensure reliable operation of the unit
and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be
blocked or covered, The openings should never be blocked by
placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. This
unit should not beplacedin a built-in installation suchas a bookcase
unless proper ventilation is provided.
Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into
this unit through the cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-circuit parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Neverspill liquid of any kind on the unit.
ElectricPower
Power Sources - This unit should beoperatedonly from the type
of power source indicated on the marking label. If you arenot sure
of the type of power supply to your home,consult your appliance
dealeror local power company,To operateunit on battery power,or
other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization - This unit is providedwith a polarized
alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than
the other), This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way.
This is a safetyfeature. If you are unable to insertthe plug fully into
the outlet, try reversing the plug, If the plug should still fail to fit,
contactyour electrician to replaceyour obsoleteoutlet, Do not defeat
the safety purposeof the polarized plug,
Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords should berouted
so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular attentionto cordsat
plugs, conveniencereceptacles,and the point where they exit from
the product,
Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords,
integral convenience receptaclesas this can result in a risk of fire
or electric shock,
OutdoorAntenna
Lig*ming
Power lines - An outside antennasystem should not be located
in the vicinity of overheadpower lines or otherelectric light or power
circuits, or where it canfall into such power lines or circuits. When
installing an outside antennasystem,extremecareshould be taken
to keepfrom touching such power lines or circuits as contact with
them might be fatal.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antennaor cable
systemis connectedto the unit, besurethe antennaor cable system
is grounded so asto providesomeprotection against voltagesurges
and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical
Code,ANSWNFPA
No,70,providesinformationwith regard to proper
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the
lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
groundingelectrodes,and requirementsfor the grounding electrode.
Seethe figure.
For addedprotection for this unit receiver during a lightning storm,
or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unp]ug it from the wall out]et and disconnect the antennaor cab]e
system, This will prevent damageto the unit due to lightning and
powerline surges,
Antenna Grounding According_
to the National Electrical Code
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ANTENNA
DISCHARGE
DamageRequiringService
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet arid refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
1) Whenthe power cord or plug is damaged,
2) If liquid has been spilled, or objects havefallen into the unit,
3) If the unit has been exposedto rain or water.
4) If the unit does not operatenormally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions as improper adjustment of othercontrols
may result in damageand will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restorethe unit to normal operation,
5) If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
6) When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance - this
indicates a need for service.
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all servicing to qualified service personnel.
POWERSERVI_
GROUNDING
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Cleaning - Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning,
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Usea damp cloth
for cleaning,
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Maintenance
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ELECTRICAL
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System and accessories
Main unit CX-LEM20
Speakers SX-LEM20
Remote control
FM antenna
AM antenna
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing
Replacement Parts - When replacement parts arerequired, be
sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified
by the manufactureror havingthe samecharacteristicsasthe original
part, Unauthorizedsubstitutions may result in fire, electric shock
or other hazards.
Safety Cheek - Upon the completion of any service or repairs to
this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
determinethat the unit is in proper operating condition,
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PREPARATIONS
Connection
Plug in the ACpower cord to the AC outlet after all other
connectionsaremade.
Connect the speakers to the main unit.
Connectthe right speakerto the SPEAKERS
R terminals
and the leftto the SPEAKERS
L terminals.The speaker
cords with thestripesgo to the @ terminals.
3 Connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet.
The clock will flash on thedisplay.
Forsettingtheclock, see page7.
Remote control
Speakers
• Do not short<ircuit theO and• speakercord leads.
• Do not leaveobjects generating magnetism or objects
affectedbymagnetismnearthespeakers.
polarity.
Detachthe batterycompartmentlid at therearof the remote
control and insert two R6 (size AA) batterieswith correct
Antennas
Keep antennas away from metallic objects, electrical
equipmentandcords.
• FM antenna: Extend fully and position for the best
reception.If receptionis poor,connectanoptionaloutdoor
antennato the FM 75 _;2terminals.When connectingan
optionaloutdoorantenna,besureto connecttheshieldbraid
of the antennato the• terminal.
• AM antenna: Rotateto find bestreception.
Connect the supplied antennas.
Connectthe FM antennato the FM 75 _;2terminalsand
the AM antennato the AM LOOPjack. Connectthe FM
antennato the FM 75 _;2terminalswithout the • mark,
as illustrated.
FM antenna
AM antenna H
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R6(AA)
• Replacethe batterieswith newones whenthe operational
distancebetweentheremotecontrolandmainunit becomes
shorter.
• Removethe batteriesif theunit is not going to beusedfor
an extendedperiodof time.
• Theremotecontrolmaynotoperateif itis usedunderintense
sunlight or if its line of sight is obstructed.
PARTS AND
CONTROLS
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Main unit
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I_TAPE (REC MUTE)
Startsplayback.
Also used to enter 4-second blank spaces during
recording.
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Alsoselectsthefunctionofexternalequipmentconnected
to AUXINjacks.
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POWER
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SPEAKERS_
REC/REC
PAUSE
terminals
Connectthespeakercordsof thesupplied speakers.
® AC power cord
VOLUME
TONE
Selectsthe sound adjusting mode, "BRS" (bass)or
"TRE" (treble).
_STANDBY/ON
Switchesthe unit on andoff (standby).
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jack
Adjuststhe volumeetc..
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Startsand pausesCD play.
O
jack
Plug in optionalheadphonessetwith a stereomini plug
(e3.5 mm). Speakeroutput is canceled.
SUB WOOFER_
AUX IN jacks
Acceptanalogsound signalsfrom externalequipment.
Connectexternalequipmentusinganoptionalconnecting
cablewith RCAphono plugs (redplug to Rjack, white
plug to Ljack). Referalso to theoperatinginstructions
for your equipment.
Toswitchfunctionto externalinput, pressTUNER/AUX/
BANDrepeatedly.
==CLEAR
PHONES
AM LOOP jack and FM 75 _ terminals
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CD andTape:stopsplayback.
Radio:clearsa presetstation.
TUN ER/AUX/BAN D
SelectsRadiofunctionand theradio band.
DOWN, UP)
Connect optional poweredsub woofer with a built-in
amplifierto thejack.
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(TUNING
Connectthe supplied AMand FM antennas.
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CD: skips to a previousor a succeedingtrack when
pressed, searchesa track in fast forward or reverse
playbackwhenheld down.
Tape:rewindsor fastforwardsthetape.
Radio:manuallytunesup or downwithin the band.
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DISPLAY
Changesthe display in CD playbackmode.
Startsand pausesrecording.
SYNCHRO
REC
Startsrecordingand CD playsimultaneously.
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DISPLAY
Remote control
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Switchesthe activefunction amongTAPE,TUNER,AUX
and CD.
PROGRAM
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SelectsprogrammedCD playbackmode.
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000
000
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TIMER
Selectstimer mode.
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Selectssleep-timermode.
@ VOLUME
RANDOM/REP
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Selectsrandomor repeatCD playbackmode.
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CD EDIT/CHECK
SelectseditedCD recording,
I_) REC/REC
PAUSE
Starts and pausesrecordingwhen pressedwith SHIFT
held down.
REC MUTE
Buttons with the same or similar nameson the main unit
Enters4-secondblankspacesduring recording,
basicallyhavethe samefunction.
0
POWER
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0-10,
O I_llCD
AUX
+10
Selectthe function of externalequipmentconnectedto
AUXINjacks.
CD: selectsa track of thespecifiednumber.
Radio: tunes in the station with the specified preset
number.
I_TAPE
TUN ER/BAN D
SelectsRadiofunctionandthe radioband.
Thenumbered
buttons
takeonthesefunctions
whenpressed
with
SHIFT
helddown:
CLOCK
Selectsclock mode.
TUNER
MODE
• CLEAR
1_ SET
Determinesthe mode.
Storesthe receivedstationto preset.
Switchesbetweenstereoor monauralFM reception.
0
SHIFT
Holddownwhenpressinga numberedbuttonto change
its functionto that printedabovethe number.
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PRESET
+,-
Tunesin a presetstation.
SLEEP
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FUNCTION
TONE
IH_I / I,,-I_
+,--
ADJUSTMENTS
BEFORE
OPERATION
To display the time while the power is on
Holddown SHIFTand pressCLOCKon the remotecontrol.
Thetime will be displayedfor 6 seconds.
To switch to the 24-hour standard
Displaythetime andpress • within 6 seconds.
With each press,the clock alternatesbetween12- and 24hour standardtime.
Tip:
Inthe 12-hourstandard,"FIM12:BB" indicatesmidnightand
"PM12:OO" noon.
If the clock display flashes when the unit is turned
off
Therehas beena power interruption.Resetthe clock.
Power
Setting the clock
Turning the unit on
Press POWERd)STANDBY/ON(POWERon the remote
control).
Alternatively,pressTAPE,TUNER/AUX/BAND
(TUNER/BAND
or AUX on the remotecontrol) or CD. Playbackwill start
automaticallyif a discor tapeis loaded.
1
Turning the unit off
PressPOWERd)STANDBY/ON
again.
The unit goes into standby.
Hold down SHIFT and press CLOCKon the remote
control.
Whenthe unit is turnedoff, you canalso press SET.
Within 6 seconds, press _
time.
or I_
to set the
Eachpresschangesthe time in 1-minute steps.
Holdingthesebuttonsdownwill varythetime inlO-minute
units,
3
Press SE£
Thetime displaystopsflashing andthe clocksta_sfrom
00 seconds.
Whensettin9 the clock on the unit in stop mode,hold down
• and press_
instep 1. Aftersettingthe time in step 2,
pressTONEin step 3.
To change the display window brightness (Dimmer)
Holddown DISPLAY(holddown SHIFTandpress DISPLAY
on theremotecontrol)for about4 secondswhilethe poweris
on,
Repeattheaboveto restorethe brightness.
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CD OPERATIONS
Random/Repeatplay
In randomplay mode the unit playsall the tracksin random
order.In repeatplaymodeit playsrepeatedlyall the tracksor
thetrack beingplayed. Youcanselectrandomandrepeat all
play at thesame time.
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ThisunitplaysbackfinalizedCD-R/RW
discsaswellasaudio
CDs.
Tosearch(playbackin fastforward or reverse)
Holddown_
or I_1_-.Release
atthedesiredpoint.
Playing a CD
To select a trackwith the remote control (Direct play)
Pressthe numberedbuttonsto select atrack.
1
- Toselectthe 25thtrack, press+10, +10and 5.
- Toselectthe 11thtrack, press+10 and1.
Press OPEN to open the disc compartment.
Placea disc withthe labelside up. Thenclosethe disc
compartmentby pressingOPEN.
2 PressI_11 tostart play.
To change the display in playback mode
PressDISPLAY(holddown SHIFTandpressDISPLAYonthe
remotecontrol)during play.
Tostop play
Press,.
Thedisplay changesin the following order:
Topauseplay
PressI_11.Pressagaintoresumeplay.
,. rack numberbeing playedandelapsedplaying time
Remainingtime of play
• Remainingtime of play cannotbe displayedduring c_. l,
randomor programmedplay.
To skip to the beginningof the current/preceding/
succeeding
track
Press_
or _ repeatedly.
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2
Hold down SHIFT and press RANDOM/REP
repeatedly on the remote control.
Themodechangesasfollows:
"c_. 1":Playsonetrack repeatedly.Selectthetrack with
or I_1_-.
"_--_":Playsall thetracks repeatedly.
"RRNDOM": Playsall thetracks randomly.
"RRNDOM c_.": Plays all the tracks repeatedlyin
randomorder.
Press I_11 tostart play.
To cancel random/repeat play
Hold down SHIFTand press RANDOM/REPon the remote
control repeatedlyuntil 'RRNDOM" or "c_." disappears.
Direct selection of the tracks with the numberedbuttons
cancelsrandomplay mode.
To repeat a selected set of tracks
First select the tracks with programmed play (see
"Programmedplay"on page9).
Thenselectrepeatplayback.
Programmedplay
Playsbackup to 30 selectedtracksin programmedorder.
1
Hold down SHIFT and press PROGRAM on the
remote control in stop mode.
'PRGM" flasheson the display.
Press the numbered
buttons
on the remote
control to program a track.
-Toselectthe 25thtrack, press+10, +10and 5.
-Toselectthe 11thtrack, press+10 and1.
Theselectedtrack numberlightsup on the display.
3
Repeat step 2 to program other tracks.
Thetotal numberof selectedtracksandtotal playingtime
will be displayed.
4
Press HI tostart play.
The track number for the current track flashes on the
1o checkthe program
Press _
or _
repeatedlyin stop mode.The track
numberand programnumberare displayedin succession.
• Do not placemorethan onedisc.
• Do nottilt the unit witha disc loaded.
1"oclearthe program
Press• instopmode.
"PRGM"disappears
fromthedisplay.
• Theunit maynotplayCD-R/RWdiscs recordedon personal
computersor certainkindsof CD-R/RWrecorders.
• Do not attach adhesive label to either side of
To add tracks to the program
Repeatstep2 beforestartingplayback.Thetracksare added
to theend of the program.
CD-R/RWdiscs,as doing so maycausemalfunction.
• Donot loadanunrecordedCD-R/RWdisc.Thediscmaybe
damaged.
• Do not use irregular-shapedCDs.
1"ochangethe programmed tracks
Cleartheprogramandrepeatall the stepsagain.
display.
• Duringprogrammedplay,you cannotselecta trackwiththe
numberedbuttons."ERN'T USE" is displayedwhenyou
try to selecta track.
• If thetotal playingtime of theprogramexceeds99 minutes
and 59seconds,or if atrack withatrack numberexceeding
30 is programmed, the playing time is displayed as
.:
• You cannot program more than 30 tracks. "FULL" is
displayed.
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RADIO
OPERATIONS
Tuningin preset stations
1
Select the band.
Press PRESET +,--
on the remote control
repeatedly.
With each press, the station with the succeeding or
precedingpresetnumberis tunedin.
You can tune in the desired presetstation directly by
pressingthe numberedbuttonson the remotecontrol.
- To selectpresetnumber11, press+10 and1.
- To selectpresetnumber15, press+10 and5.
Toclear a preset station
1 Tunein the stationby presettuning,
2 Press II, then press SETon the remotecontrol within 6
seconds.
Manual tuning
Preset tuning
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Press TUNER/AUX/BAND (TUNEPJBAND on the
remote control) repeatedly to select a band.
Presetup to 32 of your favoufitestationsand tune themin
directly.
2
Press _
or _
repeatedly to tune in a station.
"TUNE" is displayedwhena stationis tunedin.
"II_DII" is displayedfor FM stereoreception.
Presetting stations
1 Tune in the desired station.
2
To search for a station automatically (Auto search)
Holddown _
or I_I_.
The presetnumber,beginning from "1" flashes on the
display.
Theunit searchesfor a stationand stopsat reception.
Tostop thesearchmanually,press_
or I_.
• Autosearchmay not stop at stationswithweaksignals.
Press SET on the remote control to store the
station.
3
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to preset other stations.
The next stationwill not be storedif a total of 32 preset
stationshavealreadybeenstored.("FULL" is displayed.)
• If poweris interruptedfor morethanapproximately12hours,
all settingsstoredinmemoryafterpurchaseneedto bereset.
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Presetstationnumbers inthe bandwhich are higherthan
theclearednumberdecreaseby one.
SOUND
Adjustments
ADJUSTMENTS
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Toswitch to monaural FM reception
Hold down SHIFTand press TUNERMODEon the remote
controlso that "MONO" is displayed.
Tocancel, repeattheabovesothat"STEREO" is displayed.
Tip:
When FM stereoreception is poor, switching to monaural
reducesnoise.
Toswitch the AM tuning interval
Thedefaultsettingof theAMtuning intervalis 10kHz/step.If
you use this unit in an areawherethe frequencyallocation
systemis 9 kHz/step,changethe tuning interval.
HolddownTUNER/AUX/BAND
andpressPOWERon themain
unit.
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Whenthe AM tuning intervalis changed,all presetstations
arecleared.
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Bassand treble
Volume
Turn VOLUME (press VOLUME 4-,-control).
on the remote
1
Press TONErepeatedly to display"BRS" or'TRE".
"BFIS" : Adjuststhe basslevel
"TRE" : Adjuststhetreble level
Volumelevelsettingis retainedduring power-offstandby.If
theunit is turned off withthe volumesetto 17or higher,it is
automaticallyturned
downto 16thenexttimetheunit is turned
2
Within 6 seconds, turn VOLUME (press VOLUME
"Jr-,-- on the remote control).
on,
• If the soundbecomesdistorted,lowerthe level.
Adjustfrom 0 (minimum)to 30and MAX (maximum).
Tip:
Eachlevelcan beadjustedfrom "-2" to "+5".
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TAPE PLAYBACK
• Use of 120-minute or longertapes is not recommended
since they are extremely thin and easily deformed or
damaged.
• Wind up any slack in thetape witha pencil or similar tool
beforeuse.Slacktapemayjam inthe mechanism.
Playback
To stop playback
Press •.
Useonlytype I (normal) tapes.
1
Press • PUSH EJECTto open the cassette holder.
To rewind or fast forward
Press_
or I_1_-.
Insert the tape.
Insertwiththeexposedsidedownandthesideto beplayed
facing out from the unit, and press APUSH EJECTto
closethe cassetteholder.
To reset the tape counter
Press• in stop mode,andthetapecounteron thedisplay is
resetto "OOOO".
Openingand closing the cassetteholder will also resetthe
tapecounter.
To eject the tape
Press _PUSH EJECTafterthe deckstopscompletely.
3
Press I_ to start play.
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TAPE RECORDING
Basicrecording
Useonly type I (normal)tapes.
1
Press -- PUSH EJECTto open the cassette holder.
Insert the recording tape.
Insert with the exposedside down, andthe side to be
recordedon facing out from the unit. Press _ PUSH
EJECTto closethecassetteholder.
3 PressFUNCTION
on the remotecontrol to select
the sourceto be recorded.
Prepare the source.
To recordCD, loada disc.
To recorda radiobroadcast,tune in thedesiredstation.
Torecordfrom connectedexternalequipment,preparethe
equipment.
5
Press REC/RECPAUSE twice to start recording.
Whenrecordinga CD, CD playbackstartsautomatically.
When recording input from connected equipment,
manuallystartplaybackof the source.
Ontheremotecontrol hold down SHIFTandpressREC/
RECPAUSEtwiceto startrecording.
• Volumeor toneadjustment(s)doesnot affectrecording.
To start CD recording more easily
Insert the tape to be recorded, load the disc, and press
SYNCHROREC.Regardlessof thefunctioncurrentlyselected,
CD playandtaperecordingstart simultaneously.
• In CDstop mode,taperecording startsfrom thebeginning
of thedisc (all tracksrecording).
When CD playback stops, tape recording stops
simultaneously.
• In CD playbackmode,the unit returnsto the beginningof
the current track and it recordsonly that track (one track
recording).
The unit continuesplaybacktill the endof thedisc.To stop
playback,press II.
Tostoprecording
Pressm.
Topauserecording(onlyfor TUNERorAUXsource)
PressREC/REC
PAUSE.
Pressagainto resume.
To record a selected set of tracks from a CD
Programthedesiredtracks(see"Programmedplay"on page
9) andthenpress SYNCHROREC.
To record a 4-second blank space (only for TUNER
or AUX source)
Inserting 4-secondblank spaces may help you locate the
beginningof the track on other equipmentwith the "Music
Sensor"function.
1 PressI_ duringrecording or in recordingpausemode.
"FLEE MUTE" flasheson the display for 4 seconds (a
blankspace is added)andthen the unit entersrecording
pausemode.
2 PressREC/RECPAUSEto resumerecording.
• RECMUTEon theremotecontrol is also availableto add a
blankspacein step 1.
To recorda blankspaceshorterthan4 seconds,pressagain
while "FLEE MUTE" flashes.
To recorda blank spacelongerthan 4 seconds,pressagain
aftertheunit entersrecording pausemode.
Eachtime the button is pressed,a 4-secondblankspaceis
added.
To erase a tape
1 Insertthe tape.Setthe tapeto thedesiredpoint if needed.
2 Selectthe AUXfunction.
If optionalequipmentis connectedto theAUXINjacks, turn
it off.
3 PressREC/RECPAUSEtwice.
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Programmed Edit Recording
Asyouprogramthe CDtracksto record,Programmed
Edit
Recording
displays
theremaining
recording
timeforeachside
of thetape,soyou caneasilyselecta setof desired
tracks
withinthelengthofyourtape.
• Recording
cannotstartfromapointhalfwayinthetape.
• Youcannot
programmorethan30 tracks.
• Youcannot
program
a trackwitha tracknumber
largerthan
30.
1 Insert the recordingtape.
2 PressFUNCTION
on the remotecontrol to select
the CDfunction, andload the disc.
Edited CD recording
AI Edit Recording
Preparation
Prepare
atapethatis longerthantheCDlength.
Whenrecording
awholeCD,AIEditRecording
takesthelength
ofyourtapeintoaccount
andrearranges
therecording
orderof
thetracksif necessary,
sothatno trackiscutshortat theend
of theside.
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ArtificialIntelligence)
• Recording
cannot
startfromapointhalfwayinthetape.
• AIEditRecording
cannotbeusedwithdiscscontaining
more
than30 tracks.
1 Insert the recordingtape.
2 PressFUNCTIONon the remotecontrol to select
the CDfunction, andload the disc.
3 Holddown SHIFTandpressCD EDIT/CHECK
on
the remotecontrol in stop mode.
"RI E--OO"isdisplayed.
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4
Press the numbered
buttons
Hold down SHIFT and press CD EDIT/CHECK
twice on the remotecontrol in stop mode.
"PRGE--OO"is displayed.
on the remote
control to enter the length of the recording tape.
10to 99 minutescan bespecified.
- Fora 60-minutetape press6 and0.
In a few seconds,the unit determinesthe tracks to be
recordedfor eachside.
4
The recordingtime Idt for side A appearson thedisplay.
•_
or I_ can also beusedto spedfytape length.
5
Press REC/RECPAUSE once.
The tape is rewoundto the beginningof side A. "REE
MUTE" flasheson the display andthe lead segmentis
playedthroughfor 10 seconds,andrecordingstarts.
Goto thenext step whenrecordingon sideA finishes.
Onthe remotecontrol, hold downSHIFTand pressREC/
RECPAUSEto startrecording.
6
Press the numbered buttons on the remote
control to enterthe length of the recordingtape.
10to99minutescanbespecified.
- Fora60-minutetapepress6and0.
•_
or I_ canalsobeusedtospecifytapelength.
5
Press the numbered buttons on the remote
control to select the first trackto be recordedon
sideA.
-Toselectthe25thtrack,press+10,+10and5.
-Toselectthe11thtrack,press+10and1.
6
Repeatstep 5 to selectthe rest of the tracksfor
sideA.
Theremaining
recording
timeofsideAis displayed.
You
cannotselecta trackwithalongerplayingtime.
7
Holddown SHIFTandpressCDEDIT/CHECK
once
to switch to side B and selectthe tracks for the
side.
Hold down SHIFT and press CD EDIT/CHECK
once.
The recordingtime Idt for side B appearson thedisplay.
7 Turn over the tape and press REC/REC PAUSE
once.
Recordingon side B starts inthe samewayasside A.
8 Holddown SHIFTandpressCDEDIT/CHECK
once
to switch backto side A.
Press REC/REC PAUSE once.
Thetape is rewoundto the beginningof side A. "REC
MUTE" flasheson the displayand the lead segmentis
playedthroughfor 10 seconds,and recordingstarts.
Goto the nextstep whenrecordingon side Afinishes.
Ontheremotecontrol hold down SHIFTandpressREC/
RECPAUSEto start recording.
10 Holddown SHIFTandpressCDEDIT/CHECK
once
to switchto side B.
11 Turn over the tape and press REC/REC PAUSE
once.
Recordingon side Bstarts in thesamewayasside A.
Tostoprecording
Press•. Recording
andCDplayback
stopsimultaneously. Breakoff theplastictabof thecassettetapewitha screwdriver
To checkthe program
1Before recording, hold down SHIFT and press
CD EDIT/CHECKon the remotecontrol to selectside A or
B.
2 Press _
or _
repeatedly.The track numberand
programnumberare displayedin succession.
or other pointedtool. Torecordon thetapeagain, coverthe
detectionslot with adhesivetape.
SideA _e
A
To changethe program of each side
Holddown SHIFTandpress CD EDIT/CHECKon theremote
controlto selectsideAor B,andpress • to cleartheprogram
for the selectedside.Then,selecttracksagain.
To clear the edit program
Press• twice.
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TIMER
OPERATIONS
Press _
or _
to set the timer-activated
duration, then press SET.
With eachpress,the timer-activateddurationchangesin
5-minutesteps between5 to 240 minutes.
6
Press _
or _
to adjust the volume for timer
playback, and press SET.
The volumelevelcan beadjustedfrom 0 to 16.
Prepare the source.
_,
load adisc.
To play a tape,insert thetape.
To playthe radio,selectthe bandandtune in thedesired
station.
To playexternalequipmentconnectedtotheAUXINiacks,
setanexternaltimerfor theequipmentsothat its playback
beginsatthe sametime.
Sleep timer
Timerplayback
Turnsoff the unit automati:allyafter a spedfiedtime.
Turnson the unit at a specifiedtime for the specifiedduration.
Make suretheclockis setcorrectly.
1
Hold down SHIFT and press SLEEPon the remote
control.
"_)" and "SLP" is displayed.
Within 6 seconds, press _
or _
repeatedly
to set the sleep timer duration.
With eachpress,thetimer durationchangesin 5-minute
stepsbetween5 to 240minutes.If thereis nobuttoninput
for 6 seconds,thecurrentsettingis enteredautomatically.
The unit turns off aftertheselectedtime.
To check the remaining time until the unit turns off
Hold down SHIFTand press SLEEPon the remotecontrol.
The remainingtime is displayedfor 6 seconds.
To cancel the sleep timer
Hold down SHIFTand press SLEEPon the remotecontrol
repeatedlyso that"SLP OFF" is displayed.
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1 Holddown SHIFTandpressTIMERon the remote
control repeatedlyso that"Q" and "Q PLFIY"is
displayed.
2 Within 6 seconds, press SET.
3 Press _
or _
to set the timer-on time, and
press SET.
Eachpresschangesthe time in 1-minutesteps.
Holdingthesebuttonsdownwill varythetimein10-minute
units.
Press _
SET.
or _
to select the source, and press
• Fortimer play of a CD, select"ED".
• Fortimer play of a tape,select "TP".
• For timer playof a radio broadcast,select"TU". You
will selectthe bandlaterin step 7.
• For timerplay of the equipmentconnectedto theAUX
INjacks, select"FLUX".
8
Press POWER €STANDBY/ON (POWER) to turn
the unit off.
"_" remainsonthe displayto indicatethe timerstandby
mode.
Attimer-ontime, theunit turns on andplaysthe selected
source.After the specifiedtimer-activatedduration, the
unit turns off again.
• Tostop timer settingin steps3 to 6, press I1.
Timerstandbymodeis alsocanceled.
• Timerplaybackwill not beginunless the unit is turned off
first.
• Connectedequipmentcannotbeturnedonor off bythebuiltin timer of this unit. Usean externaltimer.
8
Timerrecording
Timerrecordingis availableonlyfor TUNER
andAUX(with an
externaltimer) sources.
1
2
3
Holddown SHIFTandpressTIMERonthe remote
control repeatedlysothat "Q REE"is displayed.
Within 6 seconds, pressSET.
Press _
or _
to set the timer-on time, and
press SET.
Eachpresschangesthe time in 1-minute steps.
Holdingthesebuttonsdownwill varythetimein 10-minute
units.
Press _
SET.
or _
to select the source, and press
• Fortimer recordingof a radio broadcast,select "TU".
Youwill selectthe bandlaterin step 7.
• Fortimer recordingof the equipmentconnectedto the
AUXINjacks, select"RUX".
Press _
or _
Insert the recording tape and then turn the unit
off.
"C) REC" remainson the displayto indicatethe timer
standbymode.
Attimer-ontime,theunit turnsonandrecordstheselected
source. Afterthe specifiedtimer-activatedduration, the
unit turnsoff again.
• To stop timersetting in steps3 to 6, press m.
Timerstandbymodeis also canceled.
• Connectedequipmentcannotbeturnedon or offbythebuiltin timerof this unit. Usean externaltimer.
When setting the timer on the unit
Holddown • and press_
instop mode.
Repeattheaboveto selecttimerplayback,timer recordingor
timeroff mode,and use TONEinsteadof SETon the remote
control in thefollowing steps.
To checkthe timer setting
Hold down SHIFTand press TIMERon the remotecontrol
repeatedlysothat "_ PLRY" or "_ REC" appearson the
display.
Thetimer-ontime,thesourceandthetimer-activatedduration
aredisplayedfor 6 seconds.
To changethe timer setting
Resetthetimer again.
To cancel the timer
Hold down SHIFTand press TIMERon the remotecontrol
repeatedly until "C) OFF" is displayed. "C)" or
"_ REC" disappearsfrom thedisplay.
Tip:
Your timer settingis retainedeven if the timer is canceled.
Nexttimethetimer isactivated,you can changeyour previous
setting,or simply usethe samesetting again.
to set the timer-activated
duration, then press SET.
With eachpress,thetimer-activatedduration changesin
5-minute stepsbetween5 to 240 minutes.
Press_
or _ to adjustthe volumefor timer
recording,and press SET.
Thevolumelevelcanbeadjusted
from0to16.
Prepare the source.
Torecordtheradio,selectthebandandtuneinthedesired
station.
To recordexternalequipmentconnectedto the AUX IN
_,
setan externaltimer for the equipmentso that its
playbackbeginsat thesametime.
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REFERENCE
Careand maintenance
Troubleshooting
Occasional
careandmaintenanceof theunit andthesoftware
are neededto optimizetheperformanceofyour unit.
Ifyour unit failsto performproperly,checkthefollowingguide
and therelevantsectionsof theOperatingInstructions.
To clean the cabinet
There is no sound
Usea soft and dry cloth. If the unit surfacesare extremely
dirty, use a soft cloth lightly moistenedwith mild detergent
solution.Do not usestrongsolventssuchasalcohol,benzine
or thinner.
To clean the tape heads
Dirtytape headscausesound deterioration.After every 10
hours of use, clean the tape heads with a headcleaning
cassette.Referto the instructionsof the cleaningcassette.
To demagnetize the tape heads
Usea demagnetizingcassetteafterevery 20 to 30 hoursof
use. Referto the instructionsof thedemagnetizingcassette.
Care of CDs
Whena CD becomesdirty, wipeit from the centreout with a
cleaningcloth.After playinga CD, storeit in its case.Do not
keepit in hot or humid places.
Care of tapes
Storetapes in their casesafter use.Do not leavetapes near
magnets,motors,televisionsets,or anysourceof magnetism.
Donot exposetapesto direct sunlight, or leavethem ina car
parkedin direct sunlight.
• Arethe speakersandAC powercord connectedproperly?
The unit shut off suddenly
• Possiblyashortcircuit inthespeakerterminals.Disconnect
the AC power cord from the AC outlet and reconnectthe
speakercords correctly.
Condensation
Moisture mayform on the CD pickup lenswhen:
• Theunit is movedfrom a cold spot to a warmspot
• Theheatingsystemhasjust beenturnedon
• Theunit is usedin a very humidroom
• Theunit is cooledbyan air conditioner
Whenthis unit has condensationinside, it may not function
normally.Shouldthis occur, leavethe unit for a few hours,
thentry to operateagain.
Erroneous display
• Resetthe unit. (See"Resettingthe unit" on this page.)
Poor radio reception
• Checkantennaconnection.Adjustthe antennato find the
best reception.
• Move the unit and antenna away from other electric
appliancesandcords.
Poortapesound
• Checkfordirtyheads.
Cleanthemif needed.
Cannot record
• Is the erasurepreventiontab of thetapebrokenoff? If so,
coverthedetectionslot withadhesivetape.
The CD player works poorly
• Isthe disc correctlyloaded?
• Isthe disc dirty?
• Is the lens affected by condensation? If so, wait
approximatelyonehour andtry again.
Resetting the unit
If an unusualcondition occursin the display windowor the
cassettedeck,resetthe unit asfollows:
I PressPOWERto turn off the power.
If the powercannot beturnedoff,disconnectthe ACpower
cord,then plug it in again.
2 Holddown • and pressPOWERon the main unit.
Everythingstoredin memoryafterpurchaseis cleared.
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MAIN UNIT CX-LEM20
TUNER
FM turfing range
FM usable sensitivity (IHF)
FM antennaterminal
87.5 MHzto 108 MHz
13.2 dBf
AM tuning range
530 kHz to 1710 kHz (10 kHz step)
531 kHz to 1602 kHz (9 kHz step)
AMusablesensitivity
AMantenna
350 pV/m
Loop antenna
Total harmonic distortion
input
Outputs
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions (W x H x D)
120 V AC, 60 Hz
26 W
163 x 230 x 215,7 mm
(6 V? x 9/8 x 8 _/2in,)
Weight
2,7 kg (5 Ibs 15 oz)
Checkcopyrightlawsrelevantto recordingsfromdiscs, radio
or tapefor thecountrywheretheunit is to beused.
75 ohms (unbalanced)
AMPLIFIER
Poweroutput
COPYRIGHT
GENERAL
Specifications
8 W + 6 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz, THD
less than 1%, 8 ohms)
7.5 W + 7.5 W (1 kHz, THD 10 %,
6 ohms)
0,1% (3 W, 1 kHz, 6 ohms, DiN
AUDIO)
AUX IN: 500 mV
SPEAKERS:6 ohms or more
SPEAKERSYSTEM SX-LEM20
Speakers
system
Speaker
units
Impedance
Dimensions
(Wx Hx D)
Weight
1 way, bass reflex (magnetic
shielded)
Full range:100mmcone
6 ohms
140x 230x 195mm
(5 5/sx 9/s x 7 s/4in,)
1.8kg(3 Ibs15oz)
Specificationsandexternalappearancearesubjectto change
without notice.
PHONES:32 ohms or more
CASSETTE DECK
Trackformat
Frequencyresponse
Recording system
Heads
CD PLAYER
Laser
D/A converter
Signal-tomoise ratio
Wow and flutter
4 tracks,2 channelsstereo
50Hz- 10000Hz
ACbias
Recording/playback
x 1, erasex 1
Semiconductor
laser(X- 780nm)
1 bit dual
80dB(1 kHz,0 dB)
Unmeasurable
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NOTE
This equipmenthas beentestedandfoundto comply withthe
limits for a Class Bdigital device,pursuantto Part 15 of the
FCCRules.Theselimits aredesignedto providereasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequencyenergyand,if notinstalledandused inaccordance
withtheinstructions,maycauseharmfulinterferenceto radio
communications. However,there is no guarantee that
interferencewill not occur in a particularinstallation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
televisionreception,whichcan be determinedbyturning the
equipmentoff andon, theuseris encouragedto try to correct
theinterferenceby oneor moreof thefollowing measures:
- Reorientor relocatethereceivingantenna.
- Increasetheseparationbetweentheequipmentandreceiver.
- Connectthe equipmentinto an outlet on circuit different
from that to whichthe receiveris connected.
- Consult the dealeror an experiencedradio/TVtechnician
for help.
CAUTION
Modificationsor adjustmentsto this product, which are not
expresslyapprovedbythe manufacturer,may void the user's
right or authorityto operatethis product.
REMAROUE
Cet appareil a ereteste etjuge conforme aux limites des
appareilsnumeriquesdeClasseB,conformementa la Partie
15 des ReglesFCC.Ces limites sont concuespour fournir
une protectionraisonnablecontreles interferencesndastes
dans uneinstallationresidentielle.
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS
(POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD,
RECEPTACLE
OROTHEROUTLET
UNLESSTHEBLADESCAN
BEFULLYINSERTED
TOPREVENT
BLADEEXPOSURE.
Cetappareilproduit, utilise et peut rayonneruneenergiede
frequence radio et, s'il n'est pas installe et utilise
conformement aux instructions, peut provoquer des
interferencesgenantespour les communicationsradio.Mais
rien ne garantitqu'unetelle interferencene se produirapas
dansune installationparticuliere.Si cetappareilproduitdes
interferencesgenantespour lareceptionradiooudetelevision,
cequi peutsedetermineren allumantet eteignantI'appareil,
il estrecommandea I'utilisateur d'essayerde corriger cette
interferenceen appliquant une ou plusieurs des mesures
suivantes:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
- Reorientationou deplacementde I'antennereceptrice.
- Eloignementde I'appareildu recepteur.
- Raccordement
de I'appareila uneprised'un circuit different
de celui du recepteur.
- Consultez le revendeurou un technicien radio/television
experimente.
Onlyfor C models.
ATTENTION
POUR PREVENIRLES CHOCS ELECTRIQUESNE PAS
UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN
PROLONGATEUR,
UNEPRISEDECOURANT
OUUNEAUTRE
SORTIEDECOURANT,
SAUFSI LESLAMESPEUVENT
ETRE
INSEREESA FONDSANSEN LAISSERAUCUNEPARTIEA
DECOUVERT.
CetappareilnumeriquedelaclasseBestconformea lanorme
NMB-003du Canada.
Pour lesmodelesC uniquement.
PRECAUTION
Les modifications ou ajustements de ce produit, non
expressement
approuvesparlefabricant,peuventinvaliderle
droit ou I'autoritedeI'utilisateur a utiliser ce produit.
AIWA CO.,LTD.
Printed in China
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