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— RADIOCASSETTE
RADIO/CASSETTESPELER
FRANÇAIS
— KS-FX950R
NEDERLANDS
For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
Angaben zu Einbau und Verkabelung entnehmen Sie bitte der gesonderten Anleitung.
Pour l’installation et les raccordements, se référer au manuel séparé.
Zie de afzonderlijke handleiding voor details aangaande het installeren en verbinden van het
INSTRUCTIONS
/ BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
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> BASIC OPERATIONS
Note:
When vou use this unit for the
first time, set the built-in clock
correctiv. (See page 25.)
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Turn on the power.
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When vou select a source in step 2 below, the power automatically comes on.
You do not have to press this button to turn on the power.
Select the source.
To operate the tuner, see pages 5 — 16.
To operate the cassette deck, see pages 17 — 20.
To operate the CD changer, see pages 36 — 38.
To operate the external component connected to the
auxiliary input jack on the front panel, see page 39.
To operate the DAB tuner, see pages 40 — 44.
Adjust the volume.
Volume level appears
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Adjust the sound as you want (see pages 21 — 24).
To drop the volume in a moment
Press &/1/ATT briefly while listening to any source. "ATT" starts flashing on the display, and
the volume level will drop in a moment.
To resume the previous volume level, press the button briefly again.
To turn off the power
Press «b/1/ATT for more than 1 second.
RADIO BASIC OPERATIONS
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Select the band (FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM).
You can select any one of FM1, FM2, and FM3 to listen to an
FM station.
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Selected band (or clock time: see page 28)
appears
To search stations
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frequencies.
To stop searching before a station is received, press the same button you have pressed
“ for searching.
- To tune in a particular frequency without searching:
1 Press FM/AM/DAB repeatedly to select the band (FM or AM).
. 2 Press and hold Ap» or lev until “MANU (manual)” starts flashing on the display.
; Now you can manually change the frequency while “MANU” is flashing.
3 Press Appi or itv repeatedly until the frequency you want is reached.
* |f you hold down the button, the frequency keeps changing (in 50 kHz intervals for FM and
9 kHz intervals for AM—MW/LW) until you release the button.
To tune in FM stations with only strong signals
Press RPT/LO (Repeat/Local) so that the LOCAL indicator lights up on the display.
Each time you press the button, the LOCAL indicator lights up and goes off alternately.
Note:
This function only works while searching FM stations including SSM preset (see page 6).
| Storing stations in memory }
You can use one of the following two methods to store broadcasting stations in memory.
Automatic preset of FM stations: SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory)
* Manual preset of both FM and AM stations
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FM station automatic preset: SSM
You can preset 6 local FM stations in each FM band (FM1, FM2 and FM3).
Select the FM band number (FM1, FM2 or
FM3) you want to store FM stations into.
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Press and hold both buttons for more than
2 seconds.
“SSM” appears, then disappears when
automatic preset is over.
Local FM stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically in the
band number you have selected (FM1, FM2 or FM3). These stations are preset in the number
buttons — No. 1 (lowest frequency) to No. 6 (highest frequency).
When automatic preset is over, the station stored in number button 1 will be automatically
tuned in.
~ Manual preset
... You can preset up to 6 stations in each band (FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM) manually.
EXAMPLE: Storing an FM station of 88.3 MHz into the preset number 1 of the FM1 band
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Tune into a station of 88.3 MHz.
See page 5 to tune into a station.
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Press and hold the number button (in this
example, 1) for more than 2 seconds.
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Repeat the above procedure to store other stations into other
preset numbers.
Notes:
* A previously preset station is erased when a new station is stored in the same preset number.
* Preset stations are erased when the power supply to the memory circuit is interrupted (for example,
during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset the stations again.
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You can easily tune into a preset station.
Remember that you must store stations first. If you have not stored them yet, see pages 6
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Select the band (FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM)
you want.
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Select the number (1 — 6) for the preset station
you want.
To change the display information while receiving an FM RDS
station
Press DISP. Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows:
> PS (Station name) — Station Frequency — PTY (Programme type) 7
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive:
Press MO/RND/DO (Mono/Random) while listening to an FM stereo broadcast. The MO
(Mono) indicator lights up on the display. The sound you hear becomes monaural but
reception will be improved.
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Lights up when receiving an FM broadcast in stereo
To restore the stereo effect, press the button again.
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| What you can do with RDS EON
RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their
regular programme signals. For example, the stations send their station names, as well as
information about what type of programme they broadcast, such as sports or music, etc.
Another advantage of RDS function is called “EON (Enhanced Other Networks).” The EON
indicator lights up while receiving an FM station with the EON data. By using the EON data
sent from a station, you can tune into a different station of a different network broadcasting
your favorite programme or traffic announcement while listening to another programme or to
another source such as tape.
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By receiving the RDS data, this unit can do the following:
* Tracing the same programme automatically (Network-Tracking Reception)
Standby Reception of TA (Traffic Announcement) or your favorite programme
PTY (Programme Type) search
TP (Traffic Programme) search
And some other functions
Tracing the same programme automatically (Network-
Tracking Reception)
When driving in an area where FM reception is not good, the tuner built in this unit automatically
tune in another RDS station, broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals. So,
you can continue to listen to the same programme in its finest reception, no matter where you
drive. (See the illustration on the next page.)
Two types of the RDS data are used to make Network-Tracking Reception work correctly —
PI (Programme Identification) and AF (Alternative Frequency).
Without receiving these data correctly from the RDS station you are listening to, Network-
Tracking Reception will not operate.
To use Network-Tracking Reception, press and hold TP/RDS
(Traffic Programme/Radio Data System) for more than 1 second.
Each time you press and hold the button, Network-Tracking
Reception modes change as follows:
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The AF indicator lights up but the REG indicator does not.
Network-Tracking is activated with Regionalization set to “off”
Switches to another station within the same network when the receiving
signals from the current station become weak.
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Note:
In this mode, the programme may differ from the one currently received.
Mode 2
Both the AF indicator and the REG indicator light up.
Network-Tracking is activated with Regionalization set to “on”
Switches to another station, within the same network, broadcasting the same
programme when the receiving signals from the current station become weak.
Mode 3
Neither the AF indicator nor the REG indicator lights up.
Network-Tracking is deactivated.
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Using Standby Reception
Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favorite programme (PTY:
"Programme Type) and Traffic Announcement (TA) from the current source (another FM station,
tape, CD and other connected components).
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Standby Reception will not work if you are listening to an AM station.
| TA Standby Reception
* When you press TP/RDS while listening to an FM station, the TP indicator
is lit during reception of a TP (Traffic Programme) station and the TA standby
mode is engaged.
Note:
When the station being received is not a TP station, the TP indicator flashes. Press
APD or .-44 Y io engage the TA standby mode. “SEARCH” appears on the
display, and TP station search starts. When a TP station is tuned in, the TP indicator
is lit.
* If you are listening to a tape or CD, and wish to listen to a TP station, press
TP/RDS to enter the TA standby mode. (The TP indicator lights up.)
If a traffic programme starts broadcasting while the TA standby mode is active,
“TRAFFIC” appears and the playback source changes to the FM band. The
volume increases to the preset TA volume level and the traffic programme
can be heard (see page 15).
To deactivate the TA standby mode, press TP/RDS again.
~. PTY Standby Reception
* When you press PTY while listening to an FM station, the PTY indicator is
lit during reception of a PTY station and the PTY standby mode is engaged.
The selected PTY name stored on page 13 flashes for 5 seconds.
Note:
When the station being received is not a PTY station, the PTY indicator flashes.
Press AW» or [44 to engage the PTY standby mode. “SEARCH” appears on
the display, and PTY station search starts. When a PTY station is tuned in, the PTY
indicator is lit.
* If you are listening to a tape or CD, and wish to listen to a selected PTY
broadcast, press PTY to enter the PTY standby mode. (The PTY indicator
lights up.)
If the selected PTY programme starts broadcasting while the PTY standby
mode is active, the selected PTY name appears and the playback source
changes to the FM band. The selected PTY programme can then be heard.
To deactivate the PTY standby mode, press PTY again.
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Selecting Your Favorite Programme for PTY Standby
Reception
You can select your favorite programme for PTY Standby Reception to store in memory.
When shipped from the factory, “NEWS” is stored as the programme type for PTY Standby
Reception.
Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2
seconds to call up the Preferred Setting Mode
(PSM: see page 26).
Select “PTY STBY (standby) if not shown on
the display.
Select one of twenty-nine PTY codes. (See
page 16.)
Selected code name appears on the display and is stored
into memory.
Searching Your Favorite Programme
Finish the setting.
You can search one of your 6 favorite programme types stored in memory.
When shipped from the factory, the following 6 programme types have been stored in the
number buttons (1 to 6).
To change the factory preset settings, see page 13.
To search your favorite programme, see page 14.
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POP M
ROCK M
EASY M
CLASSICS
AFFAIRS
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To store your favorite programme types
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Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2
seconds to call up the Preferred Setting Mode
(PSM: see page 26).
Select “PTY SRCH (search)” if not shown on the
display.
Select one of twenty-nine PTY codes.
(See page 16.)
Selected code name appears on the display.
* If the code already stored in memory is selected, it will flash
on the display.
Press and hold the number button for more than 2 seconds to
store the PTY code selected into the preset number you want.
PTY preset number appears, and selected code name and “MEMORY” alternates on
the display.
Finish the setting.
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The last selected PTY code and preset number appear.
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PTY search for your favorite programme starts after 5
seconds.
* If there is a station broadcasting a programme of the same PTY code you selected, that
station is tuned in.
* If there is no station broadcasting a programme of the same PTY code you selected, the
station will not change.
Note:
In some areas, the PTY search will not work correctly.
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Automatic selection of the station when using the number
buttons
Usually when you press the number button, the preset station is tuned in.
However, when the preset station is an RDS station, something different will happen. If the
signals from that preset station are not sufficient for good reception, this unit starts searching
another station broadcasting the same programme as the original preset station is broadcasting,
- then if any station broadcasting the same programme is found, the station will be tuned in.
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Changing the display mode while listening to an FM
station
You can change the initial indication on the display to either station name (PS) or to station
“frequency, while listening to an FM RDS station.
See also “Changing the general settings (PSM)” on page 26.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “TU DISP (tuner display)” with Am» Or 44.
3. Setto the desired indication (either station name or station frequency) with the control dial.
Note:
By pressing DISP, you can also change the display while listening to an FM RDS station.
Each time you press the button, the following information appears on the upper part of the display:
> PS (Station name) — Station Frequency — PTY (Programme type) 7
* Then, the display goes back to the original indication in several seconds.
Setting the TA volume level
You can preset the volume level for TA Standby Reception. When a traffic programme is
received, the volume level automatically changes to the preset level.
See also “Changing the general settings (PSM)" on page 26.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “TA VOL (volume) with Ap» Or itd Vv.
3. Set to the desired volume with the control dial.
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Automatic clock adjustment
When shipped from the factory, the clock built in this unit is set to be readjust automatically
using the CT (Clock Time) data in the RDS signal.
If you do not want to use automatic clock adjustment, follow the procedure below.
+ See also “Changing the general settings (PSM)” on page 26.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “AUTO ADJ (adjust)” with App or lea.
3. Select “OFF” by turning the control dial counterclockwise.
Now automatic clock adjustment is canceled.
To reactivate clock adjustment, repeat the same procedure and select “ON” in step 3 by
turning the control dial clockwise.
Note:
It takes about 2 minutes to adjust the time using the CT data. So, you must tune to the station for more
than 2 minutes continuously; otherwise, the clock time will not be adjusted.
PTY codes
NEWS: News SOCIAL: Programmes on social
AFFAIRS: Topical programmes activities
expanding on current news RELIGION: Programmes dealing with
or affairs any aspect of belief or faith,
INFO: Programmes which impart or the nature of existence or
advice on a wide variety of ethics
topics PHONE IN: Programmes where people
SPORT: Sport events can express their views
EDUCATE: Educational programmes either by phone orina
DRAMA: Radio plays public forum
CULTURE: Programmes on national or TRAVEL: Programmes about travel
regional culture destinations, package tours,
SCIENCE: Programmes on natural and travel ideas and
science and technology opportunities
VARIED: Other programmes like LEISURE: Programmes concerned with
comedies or ceremonies recreational activities such
POP M: Pop music as gardening, cooking,
ROCK M: Rock music fishing, etc.
EASY M: Easy-listening music JAZZ: Jazz music
LIGHT M: Light music COUNTRY: Country music
CLASSICS: Classical music NATION M: Current popular music from
OTHER M: Other music another nation or region, in
WEATHER: Weather information that country's language
FINANCE: Reports on commerce, OLDIES: Classic pop music
trading, the Stock Market, FOLK M: Folk music
etc. DOCUMENT: Programmes dealing with
CHILDREN: Entertainment programmes factual matters, presented in
for children an investigative style
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1. Insert a cassette into the cassette
compartment.
The unit turns on and tape play starts automatically.
2. Close the control panel by hand.
* When one side of the tape reaches its end during play, the other side of the tape
automatically starts playing. (Auto Reverse)
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When a cassette is already in the cassette compartment, pressing TAPE €» turns on the
unit and starts tape play automatically.
Select the tape direction. |
Each time you press the button, the tape direction changes
alternately — forward (FHI PLAY) and reverse (PE PLAY).
To play back tapes recorded with the Dolby B NR
Press the MO/RND/DA button to set the Dolby B NR* system as required in step 2 above.
The OO indicator lights up, and “DOLBY B” appears on the display for several seconds. To
cancel the Dolby B NR, press the same button again.
* Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
“DOLBY” and the double-D symbol DO are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
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To stop play and eject the cassette
Press 4.
Tape play stops and the cassette automatically ejects from the cassette compartment.
If you change the source to FM, AM, CD changer or AUX, the tape play also stops (without
ejecting the cassette this time).
* You can also eject the cassette with the unit turned off.
To fast-forward and rewind a tape
——— * Press Appi for more than 1 second to fast-forward the tape.
When the tape reaches its end, the tape is reversed and playback
starts from the beginning of the other side.
+ Press |4«4 V for more than 1 second to rewind the tape.
When the tape reaches its end, playback of the same side starts.
To stop fast forward and rewind at any position on the tape, press TAPE «4».
Tape play starts from that position on the tape.
Note:
While fast-forwarding or rewinding, this unit changes the source to the tuner. (Tuner Cull Play)
If you do not want to use Tuner Call Play, you can cancel this function. See page 20 for details.
Automatic tape type detection
With the Automatic Tape Type Detection mechanism provided for this unit, you can listen to
type |, |! and IV tapes without changing any settings.
Prohibiting cassette ejection
You can prohibit the cassette ejection and can “lock” a cassette in the cassette compartment.
Press and hold TAPE «» and &/I/ATT for more than 2 seconds. “NO EJECT” flashes on
the display for about 5 seconds, and the cassette is “locked.”
To cancel the prohibition and “unlock” the cassette, press and hold TAPE « » and
O/1I/ATT for more than 2 seconds again. “EJECT OK?” flashes for about 5 seconds, and this
time the cassette is “unlocked.”
| Finding the beginning of a tune
Multi Music Scan allows you to automatically start playback from the beginning of a specified
tune. You can specify up to 9 tunes ahead of or before the current tune.
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Each time you set the tune, the number changes
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When the beginning of the specified tune is located, playback starts automatically.
Notes:
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— If the tape is rewound to its beginning, playback starts from the beginning of that side.
— If the tape is fast-forwarded to the end, it is reversed and played from the beginning of the other
side.
* In the following cases, the Multi Music Scan function may not operate correcily:
— Tapes with tunes having long pianissimo passages (very quiet parts) or non-recorded portions
between tunes.
— Tapes with short non-recorded sections.
— Tapes with high level of noise or humming between tunes.
— The Dolby NR setting does not match. For example, if Dolby B NR is on and the tape was recorded
with no Dolby NR.
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Turning on/off Tuner Call Play
When you start fast-forwarding or rewinding a tape, the source changes to the tuner temporarily
and you can listen to the last received station. After fast forward or rewind is stopped, tape
play resumes automatically. When shipped from the factory, Tuner Call Play has been activated.
* See also “Changing the general settings (PSM)” on page 26.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “TU CALL (tuner call)” with Ar or «у.
3. Set to the desired mode with the control dial.
The Tuner Call Play mode alternates between on and off.
Skipping the blank portions on the tape
You can skip blank portions between the tunes. (Blank Skip)
When this function is on, the unit skips blank portions of 15 seconds or more, fast-forwards to
the next tune, then starts playing it.
* See also “Changing the general settings (PSM)” on page 26.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “B. SKIP (blank skip)” with App Or led.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The Blank Skip mode alternates between on and off.
Note:
When the tape reaches its end while fast-forwarding, the tape direction will be changed automatically.
Playing the current tune repeatedly
You can play the current tune repeatedly. (Repeat Play)
Each time you briefly press RPT/LO (Repeat/Local) while playing a tape,
Repeat Play turns on and off alternately.
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Lights up when Repeat Play is turned on
Notes:
+ In the following cases, Blank Skip and Repeat Play may not operate correctly:
— Tapes with tunes having long pianissimo passages (very quiet parts) or non-recorded portions during
tunes.
— Tapes with short non-recorded sections.
— Tapes with high level noise or humming between tunes.
— The Dolby NR setting does not match. For example, if Dolby B NR is on and the tape was recorded with
no Dolby NR.
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The BBE* function restores the brilliance and clarity of the original live sound in recording,
broadcasts, etc.
-. When a speaker reproduces sound, it introduces frequency-dependent phase shifting, causing
high-frequency sounds to take longer to reach the ear than low frequency sounds. The BBE
— function adjusts the phase relationship between the low, mid and high frequencies by adding
a progressively longer delay time to the low and mid frequencies, so that all frequencies
reach the listener's ears at the proper time.
- In addition, the BBE function boosts low and high frequencies, which loudspeakers tend to be
less efficient in reproducing, through dynamic, program-driven augmentation. When combined
with the phase compensation feature, the resulting sound has a clearer, more finely detailed
“live” presence.
Each time you press BBE, the BBE function turns on and off alternately.
* Under license from BBE Sound, Inc.
DBE. is a trademark of BBE Sound, Inc.
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5 You can select a preset sound adjustment suitable to the music genre.
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Each time you press SOUND, the sound control mode (SCM) changes as follows.
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Bass Treble BBE
SCM OFF | (Flat sound) 00 00 On
BEAT Rock or disco music +02 00 On
SOFT Quiet background +01 —03 Off
music
POP Light music +04 +01 Off
Notes:
* You can adjust the preset sound control mode to your preference, and store in memory.
If you want to adjust and store your original sound control mode, see “Storing vour own sound
adjustments” on page 24.
* To adjust only the bass and treble reinforcement levels to your preference, see “Adjusting the sound”
on page 23.
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| Adjusting the sound |
You can adjust the sound characteristics to your preference.
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BAS Adjust the bass —06 (min.) — +06 (max.)
(Bass)
TRE Adjust the treble —06 (min.) — +06 (max.)
(Treble)
FAD Adjust the front and rear speaker R06 (rear only) — F06 (front only)
(Fader)* balance
BAL Adjust the left and right speaker LO6 (left only) — RO6 (right only)
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WOOFER | Adjust the subwoofer 0 (min.) — 8 (max.)
(Subwoofer)
VOL Adjust the volume 00 (min.) — 50 (max.)
(Volume)
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* If you are using a two-speaker system, set the fader level to “00.”
Adjust the level.
Note:
Normally the control dial works as the volume control. So you do
not have to select “VOL” to adjust the volume level.
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You can adjust the sound modes (BEAT, SOFT, POP: see page 22) to your preference and
store your own adjustments in memory.
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Call up the sound mode you want to adjust.
See page 22 for details.
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To adjust the bass or treble level
ED Select “BAS” or “TRE”
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Adjust the bass or treble level.
To turn on or off the BBE function
See page 21.
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Press and hold SOUND until the sound mode
you selected flashes on the display.
Your setting is stored in memory.
Repeat the same procedure to store other settings.
To reset to the factory settings
Repeat the same procedure and reassign the preset values listed in the table on page 22.
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You can also set the clock system either to 24 hours or 12 hours.
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Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so
that one of the PSM items appears on the display.
Set the hour.
[1] Select “CLOCK H (Hour)” if not
shown on the display.
Adjust the hour.
Set the minute.
[1] Select “CLOCK M (Minute).”
Adjust the minute.
Set the clock system.
[1] Select “24H/12H.”
Select “24H” or “12H”
Finish the setting.
To check the current clock time while the unit is turned off, press DISP.
The power turns on, the clock time is shown for 5 seconds, then the power turns off.
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You can change the items listed on the next page by using the PSM (Preferred Setting Mode)
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Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2
seconds so that one of the PSM items appears
on the display.
Select the PSM item you want to adjust. (See
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Select or adjust the PSM item selected above.
Finish the setting.
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CLOCK H Hour adjustment Back Advance wi
CLOCK M Minute adjustment Back Advance 0:00 25
24H/12H 24/12-hour time
display 12H 24H 24H 25
AUTO ADJ Automatic setting of OFF ON ON 16
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CLOCK Clock display OFF ON ON 28
TU DISP Tuner display mode FREQ PS NAME PS NAME 15
CH DISP CD Text display P-TIiME + D-TITLE
т T-TITLE 1 P- TIME 28
PTY STBY PTY standby 29 programme types NEWS 12
PTY SRCH PTY search (See page 16.) (See page 12.)| 12
TA VOL Traffic announcement VOL (00-50) VOL (20) 15
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LEVEL Level display OFF | AUDIO AUDIO 28
DIMMER Dimmer AUTO «© OFF :
t, ON J AUTO 29
CRUISE Audio cruise OFF «> CRUISE 1
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RPM SET* Idling speed — 800 rpm 30
BOOST" Boost 01-15 05 30
TEL Audio mute for OFF «+» MUTING 1 OFF 31
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BEEP Key-touch tone OFF ON ON 31
P-AMP SW Power amplifier switch OFF ON ON 31
SCROLL Name display ONCE « AUTO
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AUX Auxiliary component EXTRA TV VIDEO
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Ty, CD «+ MD À
CUTOFF F Frequency cutoff MID + HIGH MID 39
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B.SKIP Blank skip OFF ON OFF 20
TU CALL Tuner call OFF ON ON —20
* When you select “CRUISE 1” or “CRUISE 2” for Audio Cruise Mode, you can
adjust these items.
* Press SEL (select) when the setting is complete.
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Selecting the clock display
You can select either the clock or the source name to be shown on the lower part of the
display. When shipped from the factory, the clock is selected.
* ON: Clock
* OFF: Source name (or station band)
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “CLOCK” with Am» or << Y.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The clock display mode alternates between on and off.
ON <> OFF
To check the other information during play
Press DISP (display). Each time you press the button, the other information (either the clock
or the source name) will be shown on the lower part of the display for a while.
Selecting the CD Text information display
You can select what type of the CD Text information to be shown on the display while a CD
Text is playing. When shipped from the factory, the playing time is selected.
* P-TIME: Playing time (elapsed) appears on the display.
* D-TITLE: Disc title appears on the display.
* [-TITLE: Track titles appear on the display.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “CH DISP (display)” with Ap» or lea.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The CD Text information display mode changes as follows:
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To check the other information during play
Press DISP (display). Each time you press the button, the other information (playing time,
disc title, and track titles) will be shown on the upper part of the display for a while.
Selecting the level display
You can select the level display according to your preference. When shipped from the factory,
the level indicator on the display shows the audio level.
* AUDIO: Audio level indicator
* OFF: Volume level indicator
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “LEVEL” with Am or «чу.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The level display setting changes as follows:
AUDIO «<> OFF
Selecting the dimmer mode
When you turn on the car head lights, the display automatically dims (Auto Dimmer).
When shipped from the factory, Auto Dimmer mode is activated.
* AUTO: Activates Auto Dimmer.
* ON: Always dims the display.
* OFF: Cancels Auto Dimmer.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “DIMMER” with Ap» Or ltt VV,
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The dimmer mode changes as follows:
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Note on Auto Dimmer:
Auto Dimmer equipped with this unit may not work correctly on some vehicles, particularly on those
having a control dial for dimming.
In this case, set the dimmer mode to “ON” or “OFF”.
Controlling the volume automatically (Audio Cruise)
You can select the proper cruise mode for your car.
This unit change the volume level automatically (at 3 possible levels) based on the driving
speed of your car by detecting the alternator’s generating frequency (Audio Cruise).
If you want to use this mode, follow the procedures below. When shipped from the factory,
this mode is set to “OFF”
*» CRUISE 1: Select this if your car is relatively quiet.
* CRUISE 2: Select this if your car is relatively loud.
The volume increase rate is twice as much as that of the CRUISE 1 setting.
OFF: Cancels Audio Cruise.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “CRUISE” with Ap» Of lad Vv.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The cruise mode changes as follows:
> OFF «<> CRUISE 1-<> CRUISE 2<
When this function is turned on (the CRUISE indicator lights up on the display), the proper
volume level is automatically selected among the 3 possible levels according to the driving
speed, and the selected level is shown on the display.
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Selecting the telephone muting
This mode is used when a cellular phone system is connected. Depending on the phone
system used, select either “MUTING 1” or “MUTING 2," whichever mutes the sounds from this
unit. When shipped from the factory, this mode is deactivated.
* MUTING 1: Select this if this setting can mute the sounds.
* MUTING 2: Select this if this setting can mute the sounds.
* OFF: Cancels the telephone muting.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “TEL (telephone)” with App Or ltd Vv,
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The telephone muting mode changes as follows:
> MUTING 1-—> MUTING 2 «<> OFF <
Turning on/off the key-touch tone
You can deactivate the key-touch tone if you do not want to make it beep when you press a
button. When shipped from the factory, the key-touch tone is activated.
* ON: Activates the key-touch tone.
* OFF: Deactivates the key-touch tone.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
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2. Select “BEEP” with App Or «у.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The key-touch tone alternates between on and off.
ON <> OFF
Turning on/off the power amplifier switch
You can switch off the built-in amplifier and send the audio signals only to the external
amplifier(s) to get clear sounds and to prevent internal heat buildup inside this unit. When
shipped from the factory, the power amplifier switch is turned on so that built-in amplifier
works.
* ON: Select this mode when not using external power amplifier(s).
* OFF: Select this mode when using external power amplifier(s).
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “P-AMP SW (power amplifier switch)” with Ap» or ltt.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The power amplifier switch alternates between on and off.
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Selecting the scroll mode
You can select the scroll mode for the name display and disc information if it consists of more
than 8 characters. When shipped from the factory, Auto Scroll mode is set to “ONCE”
* ONCE: Scrolls only once.
* AUTO: Repeats the scroll (5-second intervals in between).
* OFF: Cancels Auto Scroll.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “SCROLL” with App Or «чу.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The scroll mode changes as follows:
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Note:
Even if the scroll mode is set to “OFF” you can scroll the display by pressing DISP for more than 1
second.
Setting the name of the external component
You can select the name of the external component which will be shown on the upper part of
the display when you press CD-CH/AUX. When shipped from the factory, the name of the
external component is set to “EXTRA.”
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “AUX (auxiliary)” with Amp or lta Vv.
3. Select the desired source name with the control dial.
The source name to be shown on the upper part of the display changes as follows:
Г” EXTRA <> TV — VIDEO — MD <> CD <
Selecting the frequency cutoff point
When a subwoofer is connected to the unit, you can select the frequency cutoff point to
obtain the response you want. When shipped from the factory, the cutoff point is set to “MID”
* MID: Frequencies higher than 80 Hz are cut off.
* HIGH: Frequencies higher than 120 Hz are cut off.
* LOW: Frequencies higher than 50 Hz are cut off.
1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds so that “PSM” appears on the lower
part of the display.
2. Select “CUTOFF F (frequency)” with Ap» or << Vv.
3. Select the desired mode with the control dial.
The frequencies to be cut off change as follows:
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| Detaching the control panel
You can detach the control panel when leaving the car.
When detaching or attaching the control panel, be careful not to damage the connectors on
the back of the control panel and on the panel.holder.
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panel panel
Before detaching the control panel, be sure
to turn off the power.
Insert the right side of the
control panel into the groove
Unlock the control panel. on the panel holder.
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the unit. control panel to fix it to the
panel holder.
Put the detached control | Note on cleaning the connectors:
pan el into the provided case. If you frequently detach the control panel, the
connectors will deteriorate.
To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe
the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth
moistened with alcohol, being careful not to
damage the connectors.
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. Remote sensor
Before using the remote controller:
* Aim the remote controller directly at the remote sensor (
on the main unit. Make sure there is no obstacle in
between.
* Do not expose the remote sensor to strong light (direct
sunlight or artificial lighting).
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hen the controllable range or effectiveness of the remote controller decreases, replace
the batteries.
Lithium coin battery
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(back side) 1. Remove the battery case.
2) 1) Push in the direction indicated by the arrow with
your right hand thumbnail.
2) Remove the battery case.
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2. Replace the battery.
Put the battery in the case with the + side facing
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3. Return the battery case.
(back side) Insert again the battery case pushing until you hear a
clicking sound.
WARNING:
Store the batteries in a place which children cannot reach.
If a child accidentally swallows the battery, immediately consult a doctor.
Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat the batteries or dispose of in a fire.
Doing any of these things may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
Do not leave the batteries with other metallic materials.
Doing this may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
When throwing away or saving the batteries, wrap in tape and insulate; otherwise, it may cause
the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
Do not poke the batteries with tweezers or similar tools.
Doing this may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
| Using the remote controller
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Functions the same as the (%/ I/ATT button on the main unit.
* Functions as the BAND button while listening to the radio
(or the DAB tuner).
Each time you press the button, the band changes.
Functions as the DISC + button while listening to the CD
changer.
Each time you press the button, the disc number increases,
and the selected disc starts playing.
Functions as the PROG button while listening to a tape.
Each time you press the button, the tape direction changes
alternately.
Functions as the PRESET button while listening to the radio
(or the DAB tuner).
Each time you press the button, the preset station number
increases, and the selected station is tuned in.
Functions as the DISC — button while listening to the CD
changer.
Each time you press the button, the disc number decreases,
and the selected disc starts playing.
Functions the same as the control dial on the main unit.
Note: This button does not function for the preferred setting mode
adjustment.
Selects the source.
Each time you press FUNC (function), the source changes.
Searches stations while listening to the radio.
Searches ensembles while listening to the DAB tuner.
Functions as the fast forward or rewind buttons or Multi
Music Scan buttons while listening to a tape.
Fast-forwards or reverses the track if pressed and held while
listening to a CD.
Skips to the beginning of the next tracks or goes back to
the beginning of the current (or previous tracks) if pressed
briefly while listening to a CD.
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If you have another CD automatic changer, consult your JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT
dealer for connections.
* For example, if your CD automatic changer is one of the KD-MK series, vou need a cord (KS-U15K)
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Number buttons CD-CH/AUX
Select the CD automatic changer.
Each time you press the button, you can select the CD
automatic changer and the external component alternately.
CD-CH «<> AUX
Playback starts from the first track of the first disc.
All tracks of all discs are played back.
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When you press CD-CH/AUX, the power automatically comes on. You do not have to press
O/ I/ATT to turn on the power
To fast-forward or reverse the track
Press and hold A», while playing a CD, to fast-forward the track.
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To go to the next tracks or the previous tracks
Press Appi briefly, while playing a CD, to go ahead to the beginning of
the next track. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning
of the next tracks is located and played back.
Press av briefly, while playing a CD, to go back to the beginning of
the current track. Each time you press the button consecutively, the
beginning of the previous tracks is located and played back.
To go to a particular disc directly
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Press the number button corresponding to the disc number to start its
playback (while the CD changer is playing).
* To select a disc number from 1 — 6:
Press 1 (7) — 6 (12) briefly.
* To select a disc number from 7 — 12:
Press and hold 1 (7) — 6 (12) for more than 1 second.
Ex. When disc number 3 is selected
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To play back tracks at random (Random Play)
Each time you press MOÖ/RND/DO (Mono/Random) while playing a CD, CD
random play mode changes as follows:
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Mode RND Indicator Plays at random
RND1 Lights All tracks of the current disc, then the tracks of the
next disc, and so on.
RND2 Flashes All tracks of all discs inserted in the magazine.
To play back tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play)
Each time you press RPT/LO (Repeat/Local) while playing a CD, CD repeat
play mode changes as follows:
Г” АРТ1 — — RPT2 —]
(Repeat1) (Repeat?)
Canceled
Mode RPT Indicator Plays repeatedly
RPT1 Lights The current track (or specified track).
RPT2 Flashes All tracks of the current disc (or specified disc).
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| Playing a CD Text )
Only when the CD changer with the CD Text function (ex. CH-X1200) is connected:
In a CD Text, some information about the disc (its disc title, performer and track title) is recorded.
You can show these disc information on the display.
Each time you press the button while playing a CD Text, the display changes
as follows:
> Disc Title / Performer — Track Title
Current track and Elapsed playing time
Notes:
» The display shows up to 8 characters at one time and scrolls if there are more than 8 characters.
See also “Selecting the scroll mode” on page 32.
Some characters or symbols will not be shown (and be blanked) on the display.
(Ex. “ABCA!ld#” = “ABCA D 7)
* When you press DISP while playing a conventional CD, “NO NAME" appears for the disc tittle/
performer and the track title.
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[ Using auxiliary players )
After connecting an external component to the auxiliary input jack on the front panel, you can
select the component as the sound source.
MD player etc.
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Use a stereo mini-plug cord to connect
an external component to the unit.
Select the external component.
Each time you press the button, you can select the CD
automatic changer and the external component alternately.
Note:
When selecting an external component as the source, what appears on the upper part of the
display depends on the “AUX” setting (see page 32).
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When you press CD-CH/AUX, the power automatically comes on. You do not have to press
O/I/ATT to turn on the power.
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* Refer to the instructions supplied with your external component.
| Using a subwoofer ]
By connecting a subwoofer with the SUB WOOFER cord on the rear, enhanced bass sound
can add a more realistic, theater atmosphere to your stereo system.
* Refer also to the instructions supplied with your subwoofer.
To select the frequency cutoff point, refer to “Selecting the frequency cutoff point” on page 32.
To adjust the subwoofer volume, refer to “Adjusting the sound” on page 23.
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We recommend that you use DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) tuner KT-DB1500 with your
unit.
If you have another DAB tuner, consult your JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealer.
» Refer also to the Instructions supplied with your DAB tuner.
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A typical ensemble has 6 or more programmes (services) broadcast at the same time. After
tuning into an ensemble, you can select a service you want to listen to.
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Press FM/AM/DAB briefly if you are selecting TAPE, CD changer or AUX as the source.
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DAB Select the DAB tuner.
Each time you press and hold the button for more than 1
second, the DAB tuner and the FM/AM tuner are alternately
selected.
DAB «<> FM/AM
2 — DAB
Select the DAB band (DAB1, DAB2, or DAB3).
You can select any one of DAB1, DAB2, and DAB3 to tune
into an ensemble.
[> DABA — DAB2 >DAB3 —
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ensembles of higher Start searching an ensemble.
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ensembles of lower
frequencies.
Select an service you want to listen to.
To stop searching before an ensemble is received, press the same button you have pressed
for searching.
To change the display information while tuning into an
ensemble
Normally service name is shown on the upper part of the display.
If you want to check the ensemble name or its frequency, press DISP.
Each time you press the button, the following information appears for a while on the upper
part of the display.
> Service name — Ensemble name — Frequency 7]
To restore the FM/AM tuner
Press and hold FM/AM/DAB for more than 1 second again.
To tune in a particular ensemble without searching:
1 Press and hold FM/AM/DAB for more than 1 second.
2 Press FM/AM/DAB repeatedly to select the DAB band (DAB1, DAB2, or DAB3).
3 Press and hold Ap» or ev for more than 1 second.
4 Press Arm or -«<Y repeatediy until the ensemble you want is reached.
* |f you hold down the button, the frequency keeps changing until you release the button.
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You can preset up to 6 DAB services in each DAB band (DAB1, DAB2 and DAB3) manually.
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Each time you press and hold the button, the DAB tuner and
the FM/AM tuner are alternately selected.
DAB <> FM/AM
Select the DAB band (DAB1, DAB2, or DAB3)
you want.
Each time you press the button, the DAB band changes as
follows:
[> DABA — DAB2 —- DAB 3 —
Tune into an ensemble you want.
Select a service of the ensemble you want.
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Press and hold the number button (in this example, 1) for more
than 2 seconds.
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other preset numbers.
Notes:
* A previously preset DAB service is erased when a new DAB service is stored in the same preset
number.
o Preset DAB services are erased when the power supply to the memory circuit is interrupted (for
example, during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset the DAB services again.
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You can easily tune into a preset DAB service.
Remember that you must store services first. If you have not stored them yet, see pages 42
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Each time you press and hold the button, the DAB tuner and
the FM/AM tuner are alternately selected.
DAB <> FM/AM
Select the DAB band (DAB1, DAB2, or DAB3)
you want.
Each time you press the button, the DAB band changes as
follows:
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Select the number (1 — 6) for the preset DAB
service you want.
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To clean the heads * Clean the heads after every 10 hours of use using a
wet-type head cleaning tape (available at an audio
store).
When the head becomes dirty, you may realize the
following symptoms:
— 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.
* Always store the tapes to their storage cases after
use.
* Do not store tapes in the following places:
— Subject to direct sunlight
— With high humidity
— At extremely hot temperatures
CAUTIONS:
* Do not play the tapes with peeling labels; otherwise, they can damage the unit.
* Tighten tapes to remove slack since loose tape may become entangled with the mechanism.
* Do not leave a cassette in the cassette compartment after use, as the tape may become slack.
The function below is also provided to ensure the longer life of this unit.
Ignition key-off Release/Ignition key-on play
* When you turn off the ignition key with a cassette in the compartment, the unit automatically
releases the tape from its head.
* When you turn on the ignition key with a cassette in the compartment, playback automatically
starts.
How to reset your unit — O/MATT
Press and hold both the SEL (select) and O/I/ATT
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92) TROUBLESHOOTING
What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a
service center.
Symptoms
Causes
Remedies
* À cassette tape cannot be
inserted.
You have tried to insert a
cassette in the wrong way.
Insert the cassette with the
exposed tape facing right.
Cassette tapes become hot.
This is not a malfunction.
Tape sound is at very low
level and sound quality is
degraded.
The tape head is dirty.
Clean it with a head cleaning
tape.
Sound is sometimes
interrupted.
Connections are not good.
Check the cords and
connections.
* Sound cannot be heard from
the speakers.
The volume is turned to the
minimum level.
Adjust it to the optimum level.
Connections are incorrect.
Check the cords and
connections.
* SEM (Strong-station
Sequential Memory)
automatic preset does not
work.
Signals are too weak.
Store stations manually.
Static noise while listening
to the radio.
The antenna is not connected
firmly.
Connect the antenna firmly.
“NO DISC” appears on the
display.
No CD is in the magazine.
Insert CDs into the magazine.
CDs are inserted incorrectly.
Insert them correctly.
“RESET 8” appears on the
display.
This unit is not connected to a
CD changer correctly.
Connect this unit and the CD
changer correctly and press
the reset button of the CD
changer,
“RESET 1-RESET 7”
appears on the display.
Press the reset button of the
CD changer.
This unit does not work at
all.
The CD changer does not
work at all.
The built-in microcomputer
may function incorrectly due to
noise, etc.
While holding SEL, press
©/I/ATT for several seconds
to reset the unit. (The clock
setting and preset stations
stored in memory are erased.)
(See page 45.)
SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
Maximum Power Output:
Front: 40 W per channel
Rear: 40 W per channel
Continuous Power Output (RMS):
Front: 16 W per channel into 4 Q, 40 Hz
to 20,000 Hz at no more than
0.8 % total harmonic distortion.
16 W per channel into 4 Q, 40 Hz
to 20,000 Hz at no more than
0.8 % total harmonic distortion.
Load Impedance: 4 Q (4 Q to 8 Q allowance)
Tone Control Range:
Bass: +10 dB at 100 Hz
Treble: +10 dB at 10 kHz
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 20,000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB
Line-Out Level/impedance:
4.0 V/20 kQ load (250 nWb/m)
Input: AUX (3.5 mm dia. stereo mini jack)
TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range:
FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
AM: (MW) 522 kHz to 1,620 kHz
(LW) 144 kHz to 279 kHz
Rear:
[FM Tuner]
Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf (1.0 pV/75 Q)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
16.3 dBf (1.8 uV/75 Q)
Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz):
65 dB
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 15,000 Hz
Stereo Separation: 30 dB
Capture Ratio: 1.5 dB
[MW Tuner]
Sensitivity: 20 UV
Selectivity: 35 dB
[LW Tuner]
Sensitivity: 50 pV
CASSETTE DECK SECTION
Wow & Flutter: 0.11% (WRMS)
Fast-Wind Time: 100 sec. (C-60)
Frequency Response (Dolby NR-OFF):
30 Hz to 18,000 Hz (Metal/CrO: tape)
30 Hz to 16,000 Hz (Normal tape)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: (Normal tape)
(Dolby NR-ON): 65 dB
(Dolby NR-OFF): 56 dB
Stereo Separation: 40 dB
GENERAL
Power Requirement:
Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V
allowance)
Allowable Operating Temperature:
0°C to +40°C
Grounding System: Negative ground
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Installation Size:
182 mm x 52 mm x 150 mm
Panel Size: 188 mm x 58 mm x 11 mm
Mass: 1.4 kg (excluding accessories)
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Wir danken Ihnen für den Kauf eines JVC Produkts. Bitte lesen Sie die Anleitung vollständig durch,
bevor Sie das Gerät in Betrieb nehmen, um sicherzustellen, daß Sie alles vollständig verstehen und die
bestmögliche Leistung des Geräts erhalten.
INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
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Anwahl eines vorabgestimmten Senders 8
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Betriebsmoglichkeiten mit der Funktion RDS EON ................... 9
Automatisches Verfolgen derselben Sendung
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Verwenden des Bereitschaftsempfangs EEE 11
Auswählen Ihrer Lieblingssendung für den
Bereitschaftsempfang von Sendungstypen (PTY) .............. 12
Suchen Ihrer Lieblingssendung eee 12
Weitere praktische RDS-Funktionen und
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Einstellen des Lautstárkepegels fúr Verkehrsnachrichten ......... 15
Automatische Uhreinstellung ............coooo 16
KASSETTENBETRIEB TEL 17
Hören einer Kassette 17
Hinweis zur automatischen Bandsortenerkennung ................... 18
Unterdrücken des Kassettenauswurfs .................—.—.—.... e... 18
Suchen eines Titelanfangs 19
Weitere Kassetten-Komfortfunktionen 20
Verwendung des Tuner Cali Play-Modus .......................e.....—. 20
Uberspringen von unbespieiten Bandabschnitten ..................... 20
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Wihlen der voreingestellten Klangbetriebsarten...................... 22
Klang-Einstellschritte 23
Speichern Ihrer eigenen Klangeinstellungen 24
VOR DEM GEBRAUCH
* Fiir die Sicherheit... * Temperatur im Auto...
e Die Lautstärke nicht zu laut stellen, da dadurch
Außengeräusche überdeckt und das Autofahren
gefährlich wird.
* Das Auto vor dem Durchführen
komplizierten Bedienschritten anhalten.
VORN
Wenn Sie das Auto für lange Zeit in heißem oder
kaltem Wetter parken, bitte warten, bis sich die
Temperatur im Auto sich normalisiert hat, bevor
Sie das Gerät einschalten.
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