Multi-Format Home Stereo System INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Multi-Format Home Stereo System INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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PANTONE 072 C
PANTONE 123 C
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
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Multi-Format Home
Stereo System
Operating voltage: AC 220-240V 50-60HZ
Power cord length: 1.8M cable (1.5m exposure part)
Measurement:
Main Unit: H41.5xW31xD36cm
Output Speakers: H36xW20xD17cm
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Listen &
record your
favourite
music!
Model No. EL6172
Please read carefully before use and keep for future reference
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PANTONE 072 C
PANTONE 123 C
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing the Multi-Format Home Stereo System. Here’s an up-to-theminute sound system that lets you turn the clock back. That’s because it features a 3-speed
turntable for 78s, 45s and 33rpm vinyl records, a 2-tape cassette deck with high-speed
dubbing facility and a 3 CD changer/player. In addition, there’s an FM radio with RDS tuner
and a 20-station memory with identification display. Operated manually or by remote control,
our multi-format Stereo System even has a CD/radio alarm function. The main unit measures
H41.5xW31xD36cm while the two detachable 8W output speakers are H36xW20xD17cm.
Remote control requires 2xAAA batteries (not included).
The battery compartment is located on the back of the remote control.
1. Remove the battery compartment door by pressing in on the tab and lifting it off.
2. Insert two (2) AAA size batteries (not included) into the battery compartment following the polarity
markings inside the battery compartment.
3. Replace the battery compartment door.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS:
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Read the instructions. All user guidelines must be read before starting the device.
Keep the instructions for future use.
Attention, use and security guidelines must be respected at all times.
The device must not be used near water or be put in contact with water, or left in a moisture filled
environment.
Make sure no liquid is spilled on the device and device openings.
Move device carefully, avoid electrical shocks and hazards.
Do not block the device outputs.
Do not place the device near heat sources (e.g. radiators). Do not position in under direct
sunlight.
Plug the device as indicated on this information form.
This device has an overload protection circuit. If the replacement is required, this must be carried
out by an experienced technician.
For cleaning the device, do not use chemicals, only ever use a dry soft cloth.
This music player should be unplugged when not used for long time periods.
Device should be repaired by a qualified technician when:
A. The power cord is damaged,
B. Objects have fallen into the apparatus or a liquid has been spilled into device,
C. Device was exposed to the rain,
D. Device does not work correctly without notable exterior change,
E. Casing has been damaged.
The user shall not try to maintain device beyond that which is described in this information, to do
so will negate the items warranty void the terms of the warranty.
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BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
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Replacement of batteries must be done by an adult.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries.
The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
Exhausted batteries are to be removed.
Only batteries of the equivalent type are to be used.
Batteries are to be replaced in the correct polarity positions.
Dispose of used batteries properly appropriately. Do not dispose of batteries in fire. The batteries
may explode or leak.
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LCD Display
Remote sensor
Standby LED indicator
On/Standby button
Mute button
FM mode / Dubbing speed selector
Memory / Clock adjust button
Sleep / Timer button
Disc change button
Random / M-dn button
Headphone jack
Repeat / M-up button
Deck 1 control key
Record key
Playback key
Rewind key
Fast forward key
Stop/eject key
Pause key
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Disc 1,2,3 selector
CD tray
Pre-set EQ button
CD stop button
CD play / pause button
Volume up-down button
Skip / Search / Tuning up button
Skip / Search / Tuning down button
Extra bass control button
Function button
Deck 2 control keys
CD tray open/close button
Spindle adaptor
Turntable speed selector
Pick-up holder
Speaker wire terminal
FM wire antenna
Auto stop switch
AC power cord
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LISTENING TO RADIO
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A CLASS 1 LASER COMPONENT, AND SHOULD BE ONLY USED
AS DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL. THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT BE OPENED, ADJUSTED OR
REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Manual tuning
1. Switch the unit on using the On/Standby button (4).
2. Press Tuner button (23) to select tuner mode.
3. Tune to the required station by pressing the Tuning up/down button (20 / 21).
4. Adjust volume controls to the desired volume level.
IMPORTANT:
Since movement of the CD mechanism and the sensitive circuitry may cause interference to other
radio tuner nearby, switch this unit off while operating other radio devices.
Auto tuning
1. Press Tuner button (23) to select tuner band.
2. Press and hold the Tuning up/down button (20 / 21) for 1-2 seconds and then release
3. The unit will start seeking automatically and stop until a radio station is reached.
4. Repeat step 2 & 3 until the desired radio station is being reached.
5. Adjust volume controls to the desired volume level.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
Installation
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Unpack all parts and remove all protective packaging material.
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Do not connect the unit to the mains before checking the mains voltage and before all other
connections have been made.
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Do not cover any vents and make sure that there is a space of several centimetres around the
unit for ventilation.
CONNECTION
1. Connect the speaker wire from included speaker box to the speaker terminal (29) of the
main unit.
2. Connect the power cord (32) to AC outlet, the unit will go into standby mode and Standby LED (3)
lights up.
3. Turn on the unit by On/Standby button (4). If the LCD display (1) is on with backlighting, it means
the power supply is normal. Now your system is ready to play the music.
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SETTING THE CLOCK
1. Set unit in standby mode using the On/Standby button (4).
2. Press the “Mem/clk-adj” button (7), the first second digit of “00” is flashing. Press or
button (20/21) to set the correct hour. Press ”Mem/clk-adj” button (7) to store the correct hour.
3. The third & fourth digit of “00” is flashing, press the
or
button (20/21) to set the correct
minutes. Press “Mem/clk-adj” (7) to store the correct minute.
4. To select 12/24 hours display mode, hold the CD stop button (17) to change mode repeatedly.
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Preset stations
You can store up to total of 20 radio stations in the memory.
1. Set to tuner mode
2. Turn to the desired radio station by “Manual” or “Auto” tuning method.
3. Press “Mem/clk-adj” button (7) to enable program state.
4. Press “Repeat/M-up” button (13) to select the desired station memory for storage.
5. Press “Mem/clk-adj” button (7) again to confirm the setting.
6. Repeat step 2 to 5 to store other stations.
7. Press “M-up” or “M-dn” button (13 / 14) to select the preset stations in order.
8. To return normal tuner mode, do not touch any keys for 10 seconds.
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Preset stations are deleted if the unit is switched off or unplugged from the mains power supply.
You are recommended to switch the system into standby mode when not in use to retain settings.
When programming preset stations you have 10 seconds to complete the action, if no keys are
pressed for 10 seconds the operation is cancelled.
You can overwrite previously set presets by storing another frequency in its place.
Radio Data System (RDS) (On remote control)
This feature displays information transmitted by the radio broadcaster:
The time will be re-set completely if this Home Stereo is switched off at the mains. You are
recommended to switch the system into standby mode when not in use to retain settings
RDS mode: Press to activate the RDS function, program and station information (PS) is displayed. Rds RDS search: Press to select a program type that you want to listen to. Press the Tuning up/down
button (20 / 21) to start RDS searching and the unit can automatically detect a suitable station, which
is currently broadcasting with program type identification (PTY) signal – Program classifications listed
below.
Remark: “ PS “ or “ PTY “ only appears if information is transmitted by the broadcaster
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Programs are classified as follows:
NEWS, AFFAIRS (current affairs), INFO (information), SPORT, EDUCATE (education), DRAMA,
CULTURE, SCIENCE, VARIED, POP M (pop music), ROCK M (rock music), MOR M (middle of the
road music), LIGHT M (light classical), CLASSICS (serious classical), OTHER M (other music).
Notes
Program and station information (PS)
This is a name consisting of less than 8 alphanumeric characters, which is displayed in order to inform
listeners about the program service being broadcast by the radio station.
Program type identification (PTY)
PTY allows selection by one of 15 program types rather than by a station.
Phono
Noted:
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Remove the stylus protector.
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Be sure that the tone arm lock is disengaged from the tone arm before operating, and re-secured
again afterwards.
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Radio text (text)
Information such as the cast list of a play or the title of a song is shown on the display.
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Clock-Timer (CT)
CT function provides an accurate clock signal.
If the clock of the system is not adjusted after plug in, when an RDS clock is received, the system
will automatically update the system clock to the received RDS clock time. The system clock is now
adjusted.
Press Phono button (23)
Set the speed selector (27) to the proper position depending on the record to be played.
Place the record on the turntable (use the spindle adaptor (26) if required).
Lift the tone arm from the rest and slowly move it towards the record side. The turntable will begin
to rotate.
Place the tone arm to the desired position of the record.
Adjust the volume to the desired level.
At the end of record, the turntable will automatically stop rotating. Lift the tone arm from the
record and return it to the rest.
To stop manually, lift the tone arm from the record and return it to the rest.
Remark: This system has an auto-stop mechanism, which stops the turntable revolving when it gets to
the end. On some records, where they are longer than normal, it may stop before the end of the last
track. In this happens, the Auto-stop switch (31) can be set to the “ Off “ position, then it will run to the
end of the record but will not stop automatically. Turn off the unit using the power button or switch back
the auto-stop switch back to the “ on “ position to stop the turntable rotating. Then replace the tone arm
to the rest position.
FM & FM-stereo reception
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Set the FM mode selector to “MONO” position to receive programs in mono mode. When stereo
signals are weak, it is preferable to receive the program in mono.
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Set the FM mode selector to “ST” position to receive stereo programs. The “ST” indicator will
appear on the LCD to show an FM stereo program is being received.
Hints for best reception:
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FM: The receiver has a build-in FM wire antenna hanging at the rear cabinet. This wire should be
totally unravelled and extended fro for best reception.
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PLAYING COMPACT DISC
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Random play
You can listen all the tracks of all available discs in a random order by this function
1. Press Random button (10) once, unit will play all discs randomly; press again, unit will play 1 disc
randomly.
2. Press “play/pause” button to start random playback.
3. All tracks of all discs or all tracks of 1 disc will be started playback in random order.
4. Press “random” button again to cancel random mode.
Getting started
1. Press CD button (23).
2. Press CD tray open/close button (25) to open the CD tray.
3. Place a CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray.
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Press the “
“ button (9) to rotate the CD tray and load another disc.
Press the CD tray open/close button (25) to close the CD door.
CD search is performing, the display will show the total number of disc, number of tracks &
playing time of discs.
Note: CD searching will perform every time when switching to CD mode or closing the CD door. All CD
functions will respond only after the CD searching is completed (around 5 seconds).
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CD programming
Up to 60 tracks can be programmed to be played in any required order from one cd or all cds in the cd
changer.
1. Set in CD mode.
2. Press the Mem/clk-adj. button (7)
Play / pause mode
Press the “Play/Pause” button (18) to start playback, the first track of the first disc will be played
and the play indicator will appear on the LCD display (1).
Or press either the “ disc 1 ” , “ disc 2 ” , “ disc 3 ” button, the unit will play the disc inside the
desire tray directly.
To interrupt, press the “Play/Pause” button (18) once, and the display will start flashing. Press
again to release & resume playback.
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Stop mode
If Stop button (17) is pressed during play or pause mode, system will go to stop mode.
LISTENING TO TAPE
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Skip mode (skip up
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During play or pause mode, if Skip up button (20) is pressed it will go to next track and display the
track no. and then remain in play or pause mode.
During play or pause mode, if Skip Down button (21) is pressed. It will go back to the beginning of
the track, original track no. is display and remain in play or pause mode.
After step 2, pressing skip down button (21) again will go to the previous track and remain in play
or pause mode.
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General operation
Search mode (search up
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During play mode, if search up button (20) is pressed & held for a few seconds it will start
searching forward.
During play mode, if search down button (21) is pressed & held for few seconds It will start
searching backwards.
REPEAT 1 DISC
Stop / Eject key
Press to stop all deck operation. Press again to
open the cassette door.
Fast forward key & Fast rewind key
Press to start rapid tape winding in either
forward or reverse direction. Press stop / eject
to stop.
Play key
Press to start playing tape.
Pause key
Press to stop tape operation temporarily. Press
again to resume play.
Record Key (Deck 1 only)
Press together with play key to start tape
recording.
Playback
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Press Tape button (23) to activate tape function
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Press eject to open drawer, put in the cassette tape and close drawer.
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Press play key to activate playback
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Adjust the volume control to the desired level.
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Use pause key when you want to stop playback temporarily. (Do not pause for long periods)
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Press stop / eject key when finished.
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Repeat play
This function allow allows you to repeat 1 single track, 1 single disc or all discs: Press the Repeat button (12) repeatedly to switch the function: REPEAT All DISC
Press the “
” button (9) to select the desired disc.
Press skip or button (20 / 21) to select the desired track.
Press the Mem/clk/adj. button (7) again to store the track in memory.
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to enter additional tracks
Press Play/Pause button (18) to start playback in order.
Press Stop button (17) to stop playback and press again to clear all programmed tracks.
REPEAT ONE
Note: Single track repeat function is possible in normal or programmed playback, repeat one disc or all
discs is only available in normal playback.
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MORE FEATURES
Recording
A. Recording from tape (deck 2 to deck 1)
This unit enables you to duplicate a pre-recorded tape to another tape. It is performed only one way
from deck 2 (playback) to deck 1 (recording).
A. Sleep setting
1. Press & hold the Sleep/Timer button (8), to activate & adjust the sleep timer in the order of 90 >
80 >70….10 minutes automatically.
2. System will play and then go to standby mode automatically after the selected time.
3. To cancel the sleep mode, press and hold Sleep/Timer button until “SLEEP” indicator disappears.
Dubbing at normal speed
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Press the Tape function button (23).
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Inset a pre-recorded cassette into deck 2 and a blank cassette tape into deck 1.
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Press the Pause key and then press the Record and Play key on deck 1.
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Press the Play key to start playback on deck 2 & then press Pause key on deck 1 to
start dubbing.
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Press Pause key on deck 1 & Stop key on deck 2 when finish.
Dubbing at high speed
This unit is quipped with a high speed dubbing system which can save the time for dubbing by 2/3rds
when compare to normal speed.
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Press the Dubbing speed button (6), out is for “Nor” normal speed dubbing and in is for “ Hi “ High
speed dubbing. Then follow the same procedures as stipulated in “Dubbing at normal speed”.
When dubbing a pre-recorded cassette tape at high speed, a chattering sound can be heard. To
avoid this, set the volume control to a minimum level.
Do not press the dubbing speed button (6) during dubbing, this will vary the speed of recording
and may damage the cassette tape.
B. Timer setting (On remote control only)
This function allows the system to turn on automatically and wake you up with CD music, Phono, Tape
or radio.
1. Set the unit in standby mode
2. Press the Mode button on remote handset, the LCD display will show the information in the
following order:
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Current time – As this suggests, the current set time
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On time setting - Press Mem/clock adj. key and then skip up/down to set the hour, press Mem/
clock adj to confirm hour. Then press skip up/down to set the minute, press Mem/clock adj. to
confirm the alarm on time.
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Off time setting - Press Mode button again to enter timer off setting mode. Press Mem/clock adj.
key and then skip up/down to set the hour, press Mem/clock adj. to confirm hour. Then press skip
up/down to set the minute, press Mem/clock adj. to confirm the alarm off time.
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Mode - Press Mode button again to enter wake up mode. Press Mem/clock adj. key & then skip
up/down to select wake up mode then press Mem/clock adj. to confirm.
B. Recording from radio
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Press Tuner button (23) to activate radio mode
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Tune to the desired station and insert a blank cassette tape in deck 1.
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Press Record & Play key to start recording.
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Press Pause keys and then “Stop/Eject” key when finish.
Press the Mode button repeatedly to review the preset times in order.
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The programming will automatically cancel if no button is being pressed in a period of about 10
seconds.
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Activate/de-activate timer function
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Press the Sleep/Timer button (8) once & the timer indicator
C. Recording from CD
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Press the CD button (23).
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Insert a blank cassette tape in deck 1 which suitable for recording.
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Press Pause key first and then Record & Play key on the cassette. Recording function is now on
standby.
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Press play on the CD player, and then the press Pause key on the cassette to start recording.
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To stop recording, press Stop button (17) on CD player first, then press the Pause key and then
Stop/Eject key on cassette tape deck.
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To cancel alarm function by press again Sleep/Timer button until the timer indicator “ disappears.
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C. Presets EQ function
This unit provides 5 differences sound mode to enhance your listening experience. You can select the
desired effect by pressing the EQ button (16) repeatedly at following sequence:
FLAT
D. Recording from turntable
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Press Phono button (23) to activate turntable mode
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Insert a blank cassette tape in deck 1.
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Press Record & Play key to start recording.
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Start playback of the record
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Press Pause keys and then Stop/Eject key on the tape deck when finished.
JAZZ
ROCK
CLASSIC
POP
D. Mute function
Press to terminate the sound output from system temporarily and press again to cancel this mode.
Remark: Due to ERP stage two requirements and protect the environment, the unit will switch to
standby mode automatically if no music played for over 15 minutes.
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REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER
Button
Control Functions
Open/Close
Description
Disc 1,2,3 Press to select the disc for playback
Disc-ch
Press to select the next desire disc and rotate the
disc tray
On/Standby
The infra-red transmitter requires 2 pcs “ AAA “ battery for operation (battery not provided)
Press to open & close the CD door
Press to switch the system into standby mode
Sleep
Press to activate sleep function
Timer
Press to set the alarm mode on/off
Phono
Press to activate phono mode
EQ
Press to select EQ mode
Mute
Press to activate mute function
CD
Press to activate cd mode
Tape
Press to activate tape mode
Tuner
Press to activate tuner mode.
Volume -/+
Control volume up down
Skip up/down
In CD mode: to select previous / next CD track
In Tuner mode: press to step up/down of frequency
Play/Pause In CD mode, press once to start playback. press
once again to stop the disc play temporarily
Stop
In CD mode, press to terminate cd playback
In Tuner mode, press to select the radio band
Repeat/M-up
In CD mode: press to activate the repeat function
In Tuner mode: press to move up the preset memory
Random/M-down
In CD mode: press to activate the random playback
for cd mode
RDS mode
In Tuner mode: press to select RDS mode & information on LCD
Memory/clk-adj
In standby mode, for clock setting
In Tuner mode, for pre-setting of radio station into
memory
In Tuner mode: press to move up the preset memory
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Mode
To review and set the alarm on/off time
RDS search
In tuner mode: press to select the RDS program type
for searching
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