Mp3
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Before connection operating or adjusting this product
Please read these instructions completely
Please keep this manual.
TCU-61
Mp3
USING AC POWER
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
( OR BACK),NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Using AC Power
1.Connect the AC power cord into AC Socket and Standard household wall outlet. The batteries will be
automatically disconnected. For dual voltage version. Make sure that the AC VOLTAGE SELECTOR is
switched to your local voltage.
2.Connect the power cord to the AC socket inlet and the wall outlet. the power supply is now
connected and ready for use.
3.To switch off completely, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet to protect your set during heavy thunderstorms.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO
RAIN OF MOISTURE.
Battery Operation
The battery compartment is located on the back of the cabinet.
* Remove the
battery compartment door by pressing downward on the tabs as shown in figure 1 below.
,
* Insert 8 C size (UM-2) batteries into the battery compartment as shown in figure 2 below. Be sure to
observe the polarity markings which are engraved inside the battery compartment. If the batteries are
inserted incorrectly, the unit
will not operated.
,
This “bolt of lightning” indicates uninsulated materia within your unit
which may cause an electrical shock, for the safety or everyone in your
household, please do not remove product covering.
1.5V
1.5V
1.5V
1.5V
8 x R14 C CELL UM-2
1.5V
1.5V
8 x R14 C CELL UM-2
* Replace the battery compartment door.
NOTE: The AC power cord must be disconnected from the AC socket on the back of the unit in order
for the unit to operate on battery power.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
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1.5V
1.5V
FIG
English
3
1
7
5
8
9
2. FUNCTION SELECT
3. EQ BUTTON
4. POWER BUTTON
5.REPEAT BUTTON
+
TUNING
14
2
16
4
11
6
10
6.TIME/PROGRAM BUTTON
7. CASSETTE PLAY KEYS
8. CD DOOR
9.FM ANTENNA
10. STOP BUTTON
11.PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
17
12.USB JACK
18
13. RANDOM BUTTON
14. MUTE BUTTON
15. BACK/NEXT KNOB
16. (PRE-UP BUTTON
PRE- DN BUTTON)
17. LCD DISPLAY
18. CASSETTE DOOR
19.AUX JACK
20. POWER SWITCH
21. BATTERY DOOR
22. AC SOCKET
19 20 21
ON
22
OFF
- 1.5V +
- 1.5V +
1.5V X 8
UM-2 OR"C"SIZE
+ 1.5V -
POWER SUPPLY
Top and front panels (See fig 1 )
13 12 15
1.VOLUME KNOB
- VOLUME
CONTROLS
+ 1.5V -
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1.VOLUME KNOB
- Adjust volume level.
2.FUNCTION SELECT
-Select source of sound CD/USB/AUX/
TAPE/RADIO.
3.EQ BUTTON
-Press the button to change EQ CD/MP3/USB/
AUX/RADIO's music style.
-When playing the music, Press this button
is in the popular-jazz-FLR-classica-rock.
4. INTRO BUTTON
-Press the INTRO button into 10 seconds
browsing repertoire state.
5. REPEAT BUTTON
-Repeat a track CD/MP3/USB program.
-Repeat mode : normal->repeat 1->repeat all->
repeat album ->normal.
6. TIME/PROGRAM BUTTON
-In standby mode, press this button and then press
>>I and I<< to adjust the time.
-Program and review programmed track numbers.
-In the working status, press this button
can on CD/MP3/USB/RADIO for programming.
7. CASSETTE PLAY KEYS
PLAY ( )
- start playback
F.REW ( ) -rewind the tape
toward the beginning.
F.FWD ( ) -advance the tape
toward the end.
STOP/EJECT ( ) - stop the tape
- open the cassette compartment
PAUSE ( ) - interrupt recording or
playback
8.CD DOOR
-Lift the CD lid to open/close the CD door.
9. FM ANTENNA
-To improve FM reception.
10.STOP BUTTON
-Stop CD/MP3/USB playback;
erase a CD program.
11.PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
-Start or pause MP3/CD/USB play.
-In the radio mode, press the play/pause button
enter the automatic channel scan mode.
12.USB JACK
-To listen to your USB flash memory.
-Stick with MP3 music files.
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13. RANDOM BUTTON
-In a CD/MP3/USB mode,
press this button can be played at random.
14.MUTE BUTTON
-Press the mute button allows CD/MP3/USB
AUX/the RADIO to enter the mute state.
15.BACK/NEXT KNOB
BACK KNOB
-BACK track selection.
-Rotate and hold more than 1.5 sec BACK
search intra track.
-In the radio mode, rotate BACK will enter
the low end of the manual channel scan mode.
NEXT KNOB
-NEXT track selection.
-Rotate and hold more than 1. 5 sec
forward search intra track.
-In the radio mode, rotate NEXT will enter
the high-end manual channel scan mode.
16. PRE- UP/PRE-DN BUTTON
-In the radio mode, press PRE-UP button Mark
place to choose the next channel.
-In the mp3 mode, press PRE-UP button Mark
place enter into the next folder.
-In the radio mode, press PRE-DN button Mark
place to choose the back channel.
-In the mp3 mode, press PRE-DN button Mark
place to enter the back folder.
17. LCD DISPLAY
-Show the FM dial frequency.
-Show the number of tracks.
18.CASSETTE DOOR
19. AUX JACK
-Press FUNCTION button ,
select MP3/AUX station.
Play MP3、DISCMAN、 WALKMAN AUX
insert when no disc.
NOTE: Please take out the CD disc.
20. POWER SWITCH
- To control the unit electrical source on/off.
21.BATTERY DOOR
-To open battery compartment.
22.AC SOCKET
-Inlet for power cord.
USE RADIO
PROGRAM METHOD
Radio reception
1.Press FUNCTION button select RADIO mode.
2.Tune to required station by rotate BACK/TUNE DN or NEXT/ TUNE UP.
Manual Tuning: Rotate BACK or NEXT and then release within 1 sec.
Auto Tuning: Press the play/pause button enter the automatic channel
scan mode, and to be put automatically sets.
Preset Channel:(FM 30 Preset memories)
(1) Rotate BACK or NEXT button Select desired station.
(2) Press PROGRAM button once , The MEMORY number indicator begins steady in the display.
(3) Press PRESET-UP or PRESET DOWN buttons to select the desired number.
(4) Press PROGRAM button to save that station.
(5) Repeat steps (1) to (4) procedures for other stations.
3.After end of program. Press PRE-UP or PRE-DN to start play the frequency that you selected.
4. Rotate [VOL-]or [VOL +] to adjust the volume.
5.Extend TELESCOPIC ANTENNA to its full length if you are listening to FM broadcasting.
(1)Press the [PROGRAM] key at STOP mode, system will go to PROGRAM mode.
-The PRG icon and P01 will blink at 2Hz. This prompts the user to enter the first songs in the
program PLAY list.
(2)The user can select the desire tracks by using [NEXT], [BACK] keys.
Once these keys are pressed, the Display will show the selected track.
(3)After select the desired track, press [PROGRAM] key again and it will be stored in the memory.
MP3 Maximum 99 and CD Maximum 20 tracks can be programmed when Repeat
steps (2) to (3) procedures.
(4)If press the [STOP] key during the program mode, then the selected TRACKS will be stored
in the memory and return to STOP mode (Continuous Play mode)
(5)If press the [PLAY] key during the program mode, it will start the program PLAY mode.
PLAY start from P01 Track
Erasing a program
6.Turn off the radio by press FUNCTION button select other mode or press power button to off the unit.
You can erase the content of the memory by:
7.Switch on again after shut down, the memory frequency still exists.
- While playing, press STOP button twice.
- Opening the CD door
- Select the other mode.
USE AUX
To listen music with a mp3、discman、walkman .
1. Connect to the AUX .
2.press function selector to AUX, the sound source of the mp3
or discman or walkman will output from the unit.
- Rotate the volume control to adjust the volume.
-The unit can' t control the player.
USING THE CASSETTE
UNDERSTANDING THE BUTTONS
PLAY - Press to play cassettes.
REW - From stop mode, press to rewind the tape toward the beginning.
F.FWD - From stop mode, press to advance the tape toward the end.
STOP/EJ. - Press to stop current tape activity or to open the cassette compartment door when
no buttons are active.
PAUSE - Press to interrupt tape play or record mode, press the second time to resume tape play
or tape record mode.
PLAY A CASSETTE TAPE
1.Press FUNC button select TAPE mode.
2.Press STOP/EJ.key to open the cassette compartment door.
3.Insert a recorded cassette and close the cassette compartment door.
4.Press PLAY to start playback.
5.To interrupt playback, press PAUSE ,To resume, press the key again.
6.Press REW/F.FWD to move tape to the desired starting point.
7.Adjust the volume to your desired listening level.
8.To stop the tape ,press STOP/EJ.
- The keys are automatically released at the end of the tape, except if PAUSE has been activated.
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CD/MP3 PLAYER
Playing a USB
CD/MP3 Player
Playing a CD/MP3
This CD-player can play Audio Discs,MP3 CD-R.
Do not try to play CD-ROM,CDi,VCD,DVD or
computer CD.
1.Press function button to CD state.
2.to open the cd door, press cd open button.
3.insert a mp3/cd or cd-r、with the printed side
facing up and press cd door gently to close.
4.press play/pause on the set to start playback.
5.Press the pause button to pause play, press
the play button back playing.
6.to stop cd playback , press stop.
note: cd/mp3 play will also stop when:
-you open the cd compartment;
-you select radio sound source;
-the cd/mp3 has reached to the end.
selecting a different track.
during playback you can use back or next to
select a particular track.
if you have selected a track number in the
stop or pause position, press play to start
playback.
Rotate next once briefly for the next track,
or press repeatedly until the desired track
number appears in the display.
Rotate back once briefly to return to the
beginning of a current track.
Rotate back more than once briefly for a
previous track.
finding a passage within a track
1. Rotate and hold down back or next.
the cd is played at high speed.
2.when you recognize the passage you want
release back or next.
normal playback resumes.
different play modes:repeat
repeat-play the current track continuously.
repeat all-plays the entire cd continuously.
playing tracks in random order after press
the random button, the tracks will be played
in random order.
USB Audio functions
No sound/power
-Volume not adjusted
•Adjust the VOLUME
-Power cord not securely connected
•Connect the AC power cord properly
-Batteries dead/incorrectly inserted
•Insert (fresh) batteries correctly
1)press function button or stop usb button to
choose the usb state.
2) PLAY/PAUSE
3) NEXT, BACK Skip search
4) Program Track(MP3 99 Track; CD 20 Track )
5) Repeat mode : normal->repeat 1->repeat all->
repeat album ->normal
6) Maximum Folder : 99 Folders
7) Maximum File : 999 Files
*Notice :
-When the unit has not the disc,inserting the
usb card will automatically real usb card,
it read the USB first while having the USB.
-The unit don' t support the HDD all and the
portion usb with
No disc indication
No CD/MP3 inserted
Insert a CD,MP3, CD-R.
-CD badly scratched or dirty
•Replace/clean CD, see Maintenance
- CD-R is blank or the disc is
not finalized
Use a finalized CD-R.
Display does not function properly/
No reaction to operation of any of the controls
-Electrostatic discharge
•Switch off and unplug the set. Reconnect
after a few seconds
CD/MP3/ USB playback does not work
CD/MP3 /USB badly scratched/dirty
Replace/clean CD/MP3 /USB
(see maintenance)
-Laser lens steamed up
•Wait until lens has adjusted to room
temperature
Poor cassette sound quality
Dust and dirt on the heads, etc.
•Clean deck parts etc., seeMaintenance
-Use of incompatible cassette types
(METAL or CHROME)
•Only use NORMAL (IEC I) for recording
The CD/MP3 skips tracks
CD/MP3 damaged or dirty
Replace or clean CD/MP3
-Program is active
•Quit Program mode(s)
mp3 player.
Note: at the mode of CD/MP3 / USB ,the lcd will
display the number of song or the song playing time.
Power Off
- When the unit idle on USB/SD/CASSETTE/AUX mode
over 10 min. Then the unit will Power Off mode
automatically. for saving energy.
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