SAWYO
SANYO
INSTRUCTION MANUAL ~~ MCD-Z81F
CD Portable |
Radio Cassette Recorder
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASERAFPARAT
CAUTION-INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS
DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
ADVARSEL-USYNLIG LASER STRALING VED ABNING, NAR
SIKKERHEDSAFBRYDERE ER UDE AF FUNKTION, UNDGA UDS AT TELSE
FOR STRÁLING.
VARNING-OSYNLIG LASER STRALNING NAR DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD OCH
SPARR AR URKOPPLAD. STRALEN AR FARLIG.
VORSICHT! -UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG TRITT AUS, WENN DECKEL
GEÖFFNET UND ENN SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBERBRÜCKT IST,
NICHT, DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.
VARO |-Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ghitettaessa olet alttiina näkymättômälle
laserséteilylle. Ald katso sateesesn.
CAUTION - USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED IN THE OPERATION INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN HAZARD-
OUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
THIS PRODUCT SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to drip-
ping or splashing.
Do not use where there are extremes of tem-
perature (betow 5°C or exceeding 35°C).
Because of the CD player's extremely low
noise and wide dynamic range, there might
be a tendency to set the volume on the ampli-
fier unnecessarily high. Doing so may produce
an excessively large output from the amplifier
which could damage your speakers.
sudden changes in the ambient temperature
may cause condensation to form on the opti-
cal lens inside the unit. If this happens, take
out the disc, leave the unit for about 1 hour,
and then proceed to operate.
Do not install this equipment in a confined
space, such as a book case or built in cabinet.
The rating label is located on the back of the
unit,
DONSUSON +
__CONTROLS |
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. Function switch (FUNCTION)
. Volume control (VOLUME)
Bass expander button (BASSXPANDER)
. Pause button (PAUSE)
. Stop/Eject button (STOP/EJECT)
. Fast Forward button (FFWD)
. Rewind button (REW)
. Play button (PLAY)
. Record button (REC)
, Tuning control (TUNING)
. Radio band switch (BAND)
, Cassette holder
. Stop/Clear button (STOP/CLEAR)
. Skip/Search buttons (SKIP/SEARCH)
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FM MODE
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BEAT CANCEL
. CD compartment lid
. Play/Pause button (PLAY/PAUSE)
. CD compartment opening button {CD OPEN)
. Memory button (MEMORY)
. Repeat button (REPEAT)
. CD track number display (TRACK NO.)
. Indicators (CD PLAY, MEMORY, REPEAT)
. Telescopic aerial
. Headphones socket (PHONES)
. AC input socket (AC INPUT)
. Battery compartment lid
. FM mode/ Beat cancel switch
(FM MODE/ BEAT CANCEL)
Search (forward/reverse)
lí the m1 or lq SKIP/SEARCH button is pressed
during play, the player will search at high speed
in the forward or reverse direction while the but-
ton is being pressed. When the button is released,
normal play will continue.
Repeat play |
Press the REPEAT button before or during play
(or programmed play).
Each time the button is pressed, the repeat mode
change as follows.
The REPEAT indicator blinks:
One track repeat mode.
The REPEAT indicator lights:
All tracks repeat mode.
The REPEAT indicator goes out:
Normal play mode.
PROGRAMMED PLAY
Up to 16 tracks on a disc can be programmed for
play in any order,
» To begin the programming procedure, select
“CD” function first.
ss The same track can be programmed more
than once.
« | oad a disc that you want to programme be-
fore starting programmed play.
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Press the STOP/CLEAR button if necessary.
2. Press the MEMORY button. The MEMORY
indicator and “Pr’ blink.
3. Select a track by using the SKIP/SEARCH
buttons.
4. Press the MEMORY button. a
5. Repeat steps 3 - 4 to programme additional
tracks.
6. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to start play.
The MEMORY indicator remains lit.
When all programmed tracks have been
played, the player stops automatically.
« The programme contents are retained in
memory.
To cancel programmed play, press the STOP/
CLEAR button twice.
“Checking the programme
Press the MEMORY button twice in the stop mode,
the programmes tracks sequentially appear on the
display. |
WHAT TO DO IF...
If an abnormal display indication or an operating
problem occurs, disconnect the mains lead and
remove all batteries. Wait at [least 5 seconds then
reconnect the mains lead and reinstall the
batteries. Resume the operation,
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LISTENING TO TAPES
Set the FUNCTION switch io TAPE.
Press the STOP/ EJECT button. The cassette
holder opens.
Load the cassette into the cassette holder.
After loading the cassette, press the cassette
holder back into position.
Press the PLAY button to begin playback.
Press the STOP/ EJECT button to stop play-
back at any time. Press it again to remove the
cassette.
When the end of the tape has been reached,
the tape stops automatically.
Note:
* Use the normal tape (TYPE 1).
+ Endless tapes cannot be used.
« Donotuse C-100 (or longer ) tapes. They may
jam in the mechanism,
Pause
Press the PAUSE button to temporarily stop play-
back or recording. Press it again to resume opera-
tion.
Fast forward and rewind
Press the FFWD or REW button. When the de-
sired location has been reached, or the tape has
been wound to the end, press the STOP/ EJECT
© button.
“LISTENING TO THE RADIO
Set the FUNCTION switch to RADIO.
Select the desired radio band with the BAND
switch.
Tune in a desired station by turning the TUN-
ING control.
To turn the radio off, set the FUNCTION switch
to TAPE/OFF.
To receive FM stereo broadcasts
Set the FM MODE switch to ST.
« [f the signal from an FM stereo station is weak
and reception is poor, set the FM MODE
switch to MONO. The reception may be
improved, but the sound will be monaural.
To improve reception
FM: Pull out the telescopic aerial and adjust
its position,
AM: Rotate the unit.
Recording copyright material without permission
of the copyright owners is usually an infringement.
If you wish to re-record copyright material, per-
mission from the copyright owner is necessary.
SANYO does not approve of, and cannot be held
responsible for, any unlawful use of this machine.
Recording compact discs (Synchronous
recording)
1. Load a blank cassette.
2. Select “CD” function.
3. Load the disc to be recorded.
* Select the track number if required.
* For programmed recording, programme
the material in advance (as described un-
der "PROGRAMMED PLAY").
4. Press the REC button. The PLAY button is
engaged simultaneously and CD recording
starts.
5. Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop
recording.
Recording from the radio
Load a blank cassette.
Tune in the radio station to be recorded.
Press the REC button to start recording.
Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop
recording.
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RECORDING
When beat is heard
Beat (a high-pitched noise) may sometimes be
heard during the recording of radio broadcasts. If
this occurs, set the BEAT CANCEL switch to the
position that reduces the level of the beat noise.
Safeguards against accidental erasure
To protect side A, break out tab (1). To protect side
B, break out tab (2).
* Toerase or record a protected cassette, cover
the tab openings with adhesive tape (3).
Note:
The REC button cannot be depressed when us-
ing a protected cassette.
Cleaning the tape heads
To ensure continued high performance, use a
cleaning tape (available from your local audio
dealer) to clean the head block of the deck after
about every 10 hours of use.
Cleaning the unit
Clean the outside of the unit with a clean soft cloth,
moistened with lukewarm water. Do not use
benzene, thinners, or alcohol since they will mar
the finish of the surfaces.
Cleaning the CD player lens
The lens should never be touched. If dust is on
the lens, blow it off using a camera lens blower.
(Consult your dealer.)
_MAINTENANCE
_ SPECIFICATIONS _
CD Player General
Channels: Output power :
2-channel stereo 2W/ch (DC max.)
Sampling frequency: Speakers:
44,1 kHz 10 стх 2
Pick-up : Terminals:
Semiconductor laser PHONES: 32 ohms
Laser output: Power source:
0.6mW (Continuous wave max.) AC:230V,50Hz
Wave length: DC:12V, 8 "D/R20” batteries
790 nm Dimensions:
Wow & Flutter: 380(W) x 170(H) x 260 (D)mm
Below measurable limits Weight :
Approx.2.7 kg (not including batteries)
Radio
Reception frequency: Specifications subject to change without notice.
FM: 87.5 ~ 108 MHz
AM: 526.5 ~ 1606.5 kHz
Cassette deck
Track system:
4-track, 2-channel stereo
Erasing system:
Magnet erase
Tape speed:
4.75 cm/sec.
Frequency response:
80 ~ 12,000 Hz
Fast forward / rewind time:
Approx.110 sec. (C-60)
SANYO
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
(AU) 1AD&P1P1506-B Printed in China
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