AP-300-B/AP-300-H
COMPACT Hi-Fi COMPONENT SYSTEM
AP-300-B/AP-300-H
ENGLISH
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
ITALIANO
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LVT2504-002B
[E]
What you can do using the System
Play back files on your iPod or
iPhone by operating the System
Play back files on your BLUETOOTH
device by operating the System
Page 23
Page 16
Play back MP3/WMA files on
a music CD or USB device
Page 18
Enjoy listening to music by adjusting the
sound mode or the bass sound! ( page 32)
Play back an external device that
does not support USB connection
Listening to FM/AM radio
Page 25
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Page 29
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Auto Power Save function (APS)
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The System comes with an “Auto
Power Save (APS)” function, which
turns off the power automatically
when no sound is output for 15
minutes. This function is enabled in
the default setting. (page 15)
Release quickly
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In this manual...
0 The remote control buttons are used for
explaining the operations unless mentioned
otherwise. Button unless mentioned otherwise
indicates the remote control buttons.
However, if the System has buttons with the
same or similar names, they can also be used
for the operations.
0 The display shown in this manual may differ
from the actual display in some cases.
Ways to press the buttons
There are two ways of pressing the buttons on
the System. “Short press” refers to the action of
pressing a button and releasing it immediately,
while “long press” refers to pressing and holding
down a button.
Short press: Applicable to cases where “long
press” is not indicated
Press a button lightly and release it instantly. The
System may not respond if excessive force is
applied to a button or if the button is not released
instantly. If it does not respond as intended, retry
by adjusting how long a button is pressed or the
amount of force applied.
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Declaration of Conformity with regard to the
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Declaration of Conformity with regard to the
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
Manufacturer:
JVC KENWOOD Corporation
3-12, Moriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi,
Kanagawa 221-0022, Japan
EU Representative's:
Kenwood Electronics Europe BV
Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The
Netherlands
Long press: Applicable to cases where “long
press” is indicated
Press and hold down
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In this manual...
0 In this manual, “iPod” includes iPod, iPod
touch and iPhone devices. When referring
specifically to iPod touch or iPhone, “iPod
touch” or “iPhone” is used respectively.
0 In this manual, the term “Android device” is
referred to as a smartphone and a tablet
device, that are equipped with the Android OS.
0 In this manual, “file” and “track”, “folder” and
“group” are used interchangeably.
Press and hold down a button, followed by
releasing the finger.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover or
cabinet. There are no user serviceable parts
inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
The product label of this product or the other
information are located at the bottom of the
System.
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Hereby, Kenwood declares that this unit
AP-300-B/AP-300-H is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
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Introduction
Installation
Caution: Proper Ventilation
To avoid the risk of electric shock and fire, and to prevent damage, locate the apparatus as follows:
1 Front: No obstructions and open spacing.
2 Sides/ Top/ Back: No obstructions should be placed in the areas indicated by the dimensions in the
illustration.
3 Bottom: Place on a level surface.
Front view
15 cm
15 cm
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15 cm
Side view
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15 cm
Rear of the System
Notes on installation
Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold — between 5 ˚C and 35 ˚C.
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Contents
Introduction ..................................... 3
Installation ........................................................... 4
Preparation ...................................... 6
Accessories ........................................................ 6
Preparing the remote control ............................... 6
Listening to a BLUETOOTH device ... 23
Connecting a BLUETOOTH device ........................ 23
Playing back ........................................................ 24
Canceling the connection ...................................... 24
Listening to the radio ................... 25
Searching for stations ....................................... 25
Presetting stations ............................................ 26
Part names ....................................... 7
Using Radio Data System ................................. 27
Top of the main unit ............................................. 8
Listening to an external device ... 29
Remote control .................................................... 7
Rear .................................................................... 9
Display .............................................................. 10
Connections .................................. 11
Connecting antennas ........................................ 11
Connecting an AC adapter ................................ 12
Connecting headphones ................................... 13
Basic operations ........................... 14
Turning on/off the System ................................. 14
Setting the clock ................................................ 14
Getting started .................................................. 14
Connecting an external device .......................... 29
Listening to an external device .......................... 29
Using the timer .............................. 30
Setting the sleep timer ...................................... 30
Setting the daily timer ........................................ 30
Other functions ............................. 32
Adjusting the sound quality ............................... 32
Adjusting the display/illumination ...................... 33
Changing the display information ...................... 34
References ..................................... 35
Activating/deactivating the Auto Power Save (A.P.S.) ... 15
Compatible iPod ................................................ 35
Listening to iPod ........................... 16
Playable BLUETOOTH devices ........................ 35
Connecting iPod ................................................ 16
Playing back ...................................................... 16
Listening to a USB device/CD ...... 18
Preparing a USB device/CD .............................. 18
Playing back ...................................................... 19
Program playback ............................................. 20
Random playback ............................................. 21
Repeat playback ............................................... 22
Playable discs/files ............................................ 35
Important for USB mass storage class devices .... 36
Precautions on CD-R/CD-RW ........................... 36
Precautions on MP3/WMA files ......................... 36
Maintenance ..................................................... 37
Trademarks ....................................................... 37
Troubleshooting ............................ 38
Resetting the System ........................................ 40
Specifications ................................ 41
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What you can do using the System ... 2
Preparation
Preparing the remote control
Accessories
Check that you have all the following items,
which are supplied for the System.
When you use the remote control for the first time,
pull out the insulation sheet.
Remote control
If the range or effectiveness of the remote control
decreases, replace the battery.
RC-F0328 (1)
To replace the battery in the remote control
Match the polarities (+ and –) of the batteries with
those indicated on the remote control.
Lithium coin battery (CR2025)
AC adapter AA-R1809 (1)
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Power cord (1)
NOTE
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FM antenna x 1
AM loop antenna x 1
The batteries supplied are intended for checking
system operation. Replace them with new ones
as soon as possible.
CAUTION
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Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly
replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Store the battery in a place where children
cannot reach. If a child accidentally swallows the
battery, consult a doctor immediately.
To prevent the battery from overheating,
cracking, or starting a fire:
- Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat
the battery, or dispose of it in a fire.
- Do not leave the battery with other metallic
materials.
- Wrap the battery with tape and insulate when
throwing away or storing it.
- Do not poke the battery with tweezers or similar
tools.
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Dispose the battery in the proper manner,
according to federal, state, and local regulations.
Part names
Remote control
The reference pages are mainly pages containing descriptions of the respective parts.
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A A (Power)
(page 14)
B BLUETOOTH, CD, USB, TUNER, AUDIO IN,
DIGITAL IN
(pages 16, 19, 23, 25, 29)
C S/T
(pages 16, 19, 24, 25)
D PROGRAM / TUNER MODE
(pages 20, 25)
E RANDOM
(pages 17, 21)
F REPEAT / MEMORY
G
H
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J
K
L PAIRING
(page 23)
M DISPLAY
(pages 27, 34)
N I/W
(pages 16, 19, 24)
O o
(page 19)
P VOLUME F/G
(page 14)
Q MUTING
(page 15)
(pages 17, 22, 26)
CANCEL/PTY
(pages 26, 28)
EX BASS
(page 32)
SOUND MODE
(page 32)
SURROUND
(page 32)
DIMMER / CONTRAST
R J / K / H / I / SET
(page 33)
W Number buttons
(pages 14, 26, 29, 30, 33)
S FOLDER/P.CALL J/K
(pages 19, 26)
T SLEEP
(page 30)
U ON/OFF
(page 31)
V TIMER SET
(pages 14, 30)
(pages 19, 26)
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Top of the main unit
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5
6
2
7
8 9
A (PAIRING) I/W button
(pages 16, 19, 23)
B Illumination
Lights up in white when the power is on.
C CD slot
(page 18)
D A (Power) button
(page 14)
E J / K button
(pages 19, 26, 40)
F S / T button
(pages 16, 19, 24, 25)
G o button
(page 19)
H Standby indicator
Lights up in red when the power of the System
is off. The light goes off when the power is on.
Lights up in orange when the timer is set.
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I M (Ejecting CD) button
(page 18)
J Remote control sensor
K Display
L PHONES jack
Connect headphones.
(page 13)
M AUDIO IN jack
Connect an external device.
(page 29)
N USB terminal
Connect iPod/iPhone or a USB device.
(pages 16, 18)
O SOURCE
(pages 16, 19, 23, 25, 29)
P VOLUME
(page 14)
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Rear
18V 3.35A
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3
4
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A DC IN jack
(page 12)
B DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) terminal
(page 29)
C AM LOOP antenna terminal
(page 11)
D FM 75Ω COAXIAL antenna terminal
(11 page)
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Display
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1
2
3
8 9
A PGM (program) indicator
(page 20)
Lights up during program playback. (“CD”,
“USB”)
B File indicator
Lights up when an audio files are played back.
C Repeat mode icon
(page 22)
REP.
: Lights up when one track is
repeated.
(“CD”, “USB”)
REP.ALB* : Lights up when the current folder
is repeated.
(“CD”, “USB”)
REP. ALL : Lights up when all tracks are
repeated.
(“CD”, “USB”)
* MP3/WMA only
D USB icon
(page 18)
Lights up when the USB device is connected to
the System.
E Display switching icon
TOTAL
: Lights up when the playback time
of whole disc is displayed while
the disc is played back.
REMAIN : Lights up when the remaining
playback time of a track is
displayed while the disc is played
back.
F BLUETOOTH icon
(page 23)
Lights up when BLUETOOTH device is
connected to the System.
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G iPod icon
(page 16)
Lights up when iPod is connected to the System.
H STEREO icon
(page 25)
Lights up when receiving an stereo broadcast.
I RDM icon
(page 21)
Lights up during random playback. (“CD”,
“USB”)
J Timer icon
(pages 30, 31)
TIMER
: Lights up when the timer has
been set. Flashes while the
timer is functioning.
TIMER ON : Flashes when setting the
starting time of daily timer.
TIMER OFF : Flashes when setting the
ending time of daily timer.
K SLEEP icon
(page 30)
Lights up when setting the sleep timer.
L EQ icon
(page 32)
Lights up when the sound mode or EX.BASS is
set.
M Main display
Shows the text information of each source.
Connections
Connect the AC power cord to the wall outlet
after all other connections have been made.
Included AM loop antenna
Connecting antennas
Place the AM loop antenna as near as possible
to the window to obtain the best reception.
Make sure to connect the antenna before
listening to radio broadcast.
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Assembling the antenna
Groove
Generally, installing the antenna near a window
helps to improve reception.
Tab
Foldable part at
the far end
Included FM antenna
Fit the tab into the groove
until it clicks into place
18V 3.35A
18V 3.35A
Adjust the connected AM loop
antenna to the left or right to
position it in the direction with
the best reception.
Insert the wire into the
center of the terminal.
Inserting the antenna wire
② Insert the
wire core
③ Release
.
① Press hard
After you untied the bundled string, extend the FM
aerial when connecting so that you can obtain the
best reception.
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④ Follow the same steps to insert the other wire
CAUTION
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Use the AM loop antenna with the antenna wire
wound around the frame. Removing the wire
from the frame deteriorates the sensitivity of the
antenna.
Make sure that the antenna conductor is not in
contact with other terminals or cables. Position
the antenna away from other cables. Reception
may be interfered if they are placed too close to
the antenna.
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About memory backup setting
Connecting an AC adapter
Connect the supplied AC adapter to DC IN jack of
the System. After connecting the supplied AC
power cord to the AC adapter, plug the AC power
cord into the wall outlet.
18V 3.35A
AC adapter
(supplied)
Power cord
(supplied)
.
To the AC outlet
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Unplug the AC adapter from the wall outlet if the
System will not be in use for a prolonged period
of time.
CAUTION
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To avoid the risk of electric shock and fire
- Do not use any other adapters except the
supplied AC adapter.
- Do not use the supplied AC adapter with any
other products other than this System.
- Do not use any power cords except the
supplied power cord.
- Do not use the supplied power cord with any
other products other than this System.
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Backup function can protect the various settings
even if the AC power cord is disconnected. The
protected settings are as follows.
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Switching the source
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Setting the volume
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Setting the sound quality
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The contents of timer setting
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Setting the tuner
Connecting headphones
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Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting
or putting on the headphones.
NOTE
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Connecting the headphones deactivates the
speakers.
Use commercially available headphones with a
standard 3-pin stereo mini plug.
Headphones(not supplied)
Stereo mini plug
.
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Basic operations
Turning on/off the System
Remote control
Main unit
NOTE
The clock may gain or lose 1 to 2 minutes per
month. You may need to readjust the clock
periodically.
0
Set the clock again if the AC power cord is
unplugged or the System is turned off due to the
power failure.
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Press
You can also turn on the System by pressing the
source buttons such as [CD] on the remote
control.
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Getting started
1
Setting the clock
Select a source.
Remote control
Set the clock to use the timer setting, etc.
Display the “TIMER SET” indicator.
/ / / / /
.
1
.
Main unit
2
Select and confirm “CLOCK”.
/
2
Adjust the volume.
Remote control
Main unit
(Press repeatedly)
(Turn)
.
(Press repeatedly)
.
(Turn)
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Adjust the hour.
/
.
3
If you have already set the clock, after
pressing [TIMER SET], press [H]/[I]
repeatedly to select “CLOCK”, then press
[SET].
4
.
.
(Press repeatedly)
Repeat Step 3 to adjust the minute.
After adjusting the minute, “COMPLETE” is
displayed and the setting is completed.
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Adjustable range: MIN (0) to MAX (40)
A.P.S ON:
If no operation is performed for 15 minutes in the
following situations, the System turns off
automatically.
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To mute the sound temporarily
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- The volume level is set to “MIN” or Muting is
activated.
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- “USB” or “BLUETOOTH” is selected as the
source, and no device is connected.
To restore the sound, press the button again or [F]
of the VOLUME button.
Activating/deactivating the Auto
Power Save (A.P.S.)
This function turns off the System automatically if
no operation is performed for 15 minutes.
1
Display the “TIMER SET” indicator.
- “USB” or “CD” is selected as the source, and
playback is stopped.
- “AUDIO IN” or “DIGITAL IN” is selected as the
source, and there is no sound input
A.P.S OFF:
Auto Power Save is set to Off.
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0
The 15-minute countdown restarts when you
operate any buttons.
The initial setting is “A.P.S. ON”.
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Approximately 1 minute before the power is
turned off, “A.P.S.” starts to blink.
2
Select “A.P.S”.
/
.
(Press repeatedly)
3
Set the item.
/
.
(Press repeatedly)
.
A.P.S. ON
A.P.S. OFF (Cancel)
The setting is completed when “COMPLETE” is
displayed after performing the setting.
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Listening to iPod
For compatible iPod, see page 35.
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Connecting iPod
Playing back
1
You can operate the iPod using the System by
connecting it to the USB terminal of the System
using an USB cable (supplied with iPod or
commercially available).
Set the source to “USB”.
Remote control
Main unit
.
(Turn)
2
Start playback.
USB cable for iPod
(supplied with iPod or
commercially available)
Main unit
.
Remote control
iPod is turned on and starts playing.
To pause
Remote control
.
The “iPod” icon lights up after the cable is
connected.
NOTE
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iPod will be able to charge when iPod is
connected to the System.
To cancel pause, press the button again.
To select a track
CAUTION
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Stop playback before disconnecting the iPod.
Disconnecting during playback may cause
damage to the files or file system of the iPod.
Remote control
You cannot send any data to iPod from the
System.
Main unit
/
/
(Press repeatedly)
(Press repeatedly)
.
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Main unit
.
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Press [T] once to skip to the beginning of the
next track.
Press [S] to skip to the beginning of the track
being played. Press twice to skip to the
beginning of the previous track.
To fast reverse/forward
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Remote control
Main unit
/
(Hold)
.
/
(Hold)
0
0
To fast reverse, press and hold [S].
0
To fast forward, press and hold [T].
0
Depending on the type of iPod, iPod may operate
differently.
Sound distortion may occur when playing back
audio sources with high recording levels. If
distortion occurs, it is recommended to turn off
the equalizer of iPod.
Operate iPhone or iPod touch itself in the
following cases:
- When operating the home button
- When selecting application icons on the home
screen
Shuffle playback
- When dragging the slider
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For information on operating iPod, see the
instruction manual for iPod.
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each press switches the selection of iPod shuffle
songs.
Repeat playback
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each press switches the selection of iPod repeat
songs.
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NOTE
During playback...
Listening to a USB device/CD
To insert a disc
Preparing a USB device/CD
1
To connect a USB device
Set the source to “CD”.
Remote control
Main unit
.
(Turn)
2
USB memory
(not supplied)
.
USB cable
(not supplied)
Insert a disc.
0
The “USB” icon lights up after it is connected.
NOTE
Power is supplied to the USB device and the
device will be charged through the System when
the USB device is connected to the System.
.
0
Insert the CD with the label side facing the
same direction as the front of the System.
CAUTION
0
0
Stop playback before disconnecting the USB
device. Disconnecting the USB device during
playback may cause damage to the files and file
system of the USB device.
You cannot send any data from the System to the
USB device.
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The CD will be inserted automatically when
you insert it in partially.
“READING” is displayed when the CD is
being read. Wait until the display
disappears.
To eject a disc
.
Main unit
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To select a track
1
Set the source to “USB” or “CD”.
Remote control
0
(Turn)
0
.
2
/
/
(Press repeatedly)
(Press repeatedly)
.
/
0
Main unit
Remote control
Main unit
“READING” is displayed when the USB
device is being read. Wait until the display
disappears.
Press [T] once to skip to the beginning of the
next track.
Press [S] to skip to the beginning of the track
being played. Press twice to skip to the
beginning of the previous track.
To select a track with the track number
Start playback.
Examples:
0 To select track no. 3: 3
0 To select track no. 17: 1 7
.
Main unit
.
to
Remote control
0
To stop
Remote control
To select track no. 123: 1 2 3
To fast forward/reverse
Main unit
During playback...
Main unit
.
Remote control
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For CDs and MP3/WMA files, resuming
playback after stopping a file starts playback
from the beginning of the track (resume
function). Pressing [o] again when playback is
stopped cancels the resume function.
If other source is selected, the resume function
is canceled.
0
0
0
To pause
Remote control
/
/
(Hold)
(Hold)
.
0
To fast reverse, press and hold [S].
To fast forward, press and hold [T].
Press [I/W] on the remote control or on main unit
when you want to start playback from the middle
of the track after fast-reversing or fastforwarding.
To select a group (MP3/WMA only)
Main unit
Remote control
/
.
To cancel pause and start playback, press the
button again.
(Press repeatedly)
(Press repeatedly)
.
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Main unit
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Playing back
To add tracks to a program
Program playback
You can program up to 30 tracks from a USB device
or a disc in any desired order including the same
tracks.
/
Stop playback of USB device or CD.
Display the program setting.
(Press repeatedly)
.
1
2
Select a track to add to the program.
While in the stop mode
To select a track with the track number
.
to
3
.
The “PGM” icon flashes.
Pressing the button again deletes the
programmed contents and program
playback is canceled (to go back to normal
playback).
Select a track to register to the program.
NOTE
/
0
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(Press repeatedly)
To select a track with the track number
.
.
to
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For operations to select the track, see “ To
select a track ” on page 19.
4
Repeat step 3 to add other tracks to the
program.
5
Start playback.
Main unit
.
Remote control
The tracks are played back in the programmed
order.
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.
0
0
“PGM FULL” is displayed when the 30th track is
programmed, and more tracks cannot be
programmed.
To delete tracks from the program
Random playback
1
Set the source to “USB” or “CD”.
Main unit
.
Remote control
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While in the stop mode
Each time you press the button, the last track in the
program is erased.
/
To cancel program playback
.
While in the stop mode
(Turn)
2
Play back the USB device/CD.
Main unit
.
Remote control
Programmed contents are deleted.
0
The “PGM” icon disappears.
In the following cases, programmed contents are
deleted and program playback is canceled.
.
0
3
Start random playback.
- When the power is turned off
- When the USB device is removed
.
- When the audio source is changed
You can play back the tracks in random order.
- When the disc is ejected
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NOTE
Program playback can also be repeated.
0
All tracks are played in random order
instead of random playback within a group.
During random playback, pressing [S] does
not bring you back to the previous track.
To cancel random playback
During random playback
.
0
The “RDM” icon lights up during random playback.
The “RDM” indicator goes off.
0
Random playback is also canceled in the
following cases:
- When the power is turned off
- When the audio source is changed
- When the USB device is removed
- When the disc is ejected
- When playback is stopped
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Repeat playback
1
Select the type of repeat mode.
While in the play or stop mode
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each time you press the button, the setting
changes as follows:
REP.
: Repeats the current track.
REP.ALB*
: Repeats the tracks in the
current group.
REP. ALL
: Repeats all the tracks on the
disc or USB device.
* MP3/WMA only
2
Start playback (when playback is
stopped).
Main unit
.
Remote control
To cancel repeat playback
Turn off the “REP” icon.
.
(Press repeatedly)
0
Repeat playback is also canceled in the
following cases.
- When the power is turned off
- When the audio source is changed
- When the USB device is removed
- When the disc is ejected
- When playback is stopped
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Listening to a BLUETOOTH device
You can listen to music from your BLUETOOTH
device, such as portable audio player through the
System.
2
Set the System to pairing standby.
When you connect your device for the first time, it
is necessary to register (pair) your BLUETOOTH
device and the System.
Main unit
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Remote control
Connecting a BLUETOOTH device
.
(Hold)
1
The “
Remote control
[I/W] on the main unit cannot be used while
“CONNECTING” is displayed. Use
“PAIRING” on the remote control.
Main unit
3
Turn on the BLUETOOTH function on the
BLUETOOTH device.
0
.
(Turn)
The “CONNECTING” indicator blinks, and the
“ ” icon (BLUETOOTH icon) flashes slowly.
The System will connect automatically to the
BLUETOOTH device that was last
connected.
“CONNECTED” is displayed and the “
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4
”
0
5
” icon (BLUETOOTH icon) lights
up, cancel the connection once by pressing
and holding the [BLUETOOTH] on the
remote control or [(PAIRING) I/W] on the
System.
“DISCONNECTED” is displayed then the
display disappears.
When the target device requests for
password during pairing, enter “0000”.
Start playback on the BLUETOOTH
device.
The sound from the BLUETOOTH device is
emitted from the System.
The pairing operation is necessary when
you connect the BLUETOOTH device for
the first time, or connect the System to the
new BLUETOOTH device.
When “
Refer to the instruction manual of your
device for further details.
Select “AP-300” from the list of device.
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CONNECTED
Select “Bluetooth” from “Settings” on the
iPod touch/iPhone and Android device.
The pairing is completed and the
BLUETOOTH device is connected to the
System automatically.
icon (BLUETOOTH icon) lights up.
0
” icon (BLUETOOTH icon) flashes
quickly.
Set the source to “BLUETOOTH”.
NOTE
0
0
Up to 9 BLUETOOTH devices can be registered.
When the 10th BLUETOOTH device is
registered, registration of the device with the
oldest connection history is deleted.
Some BLUETOOTH devices may not be
available to the System.
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Playing back
Canceling the connection
You can connect to and play back from the
BLUETOOTH device that was last connected to
the System.
Main unit
(Hold)
(Hold)
Main unit
.
Remote control
Remote control
.
DISCONNECTED
.
To pause
Remote control
Main unit
NOTE
The connection is canceled automatically in the
following cases.
.
0
0
To cancel pause and start playback, press the
button again.
To select a track
Remote control
0
/
/
(Press repeatedly)
(Press repeatedly)
0
Press [T] once to skip to the beginning of the
next track.
Press [S] to skip to the beginning of the track
being played. Press twice to skip to the
beginning of the previous track.
0
0
0
To fast forward/reverse
0
During playback...
Remote control
Main unit
/
(Hold)
.
/
(Hold)
0
To fast reverse, press and hold [S].
0
To fast forward, press and hold [T].
0
To resume normal playback, release the button.
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When the System or the BLUETOOTH device is
turned off.
When the source is changed to another audio
sources.
CAUTION
Main unit
.
0
0
Connection is canceled on the BLUETOOTH
device, or BLUETOOTH function is set to OFF.
To connect the device to this System, the device
must be compatible with the
BLUETOOTH A2DP and AVRCP profiles.
The maximum distance for a possible
BLUETOOTH connection is 10 m. The distance
may be shorter depending on the usage
environment.
When the iPhone or smartphone is connected to
the System via BLUETOOTH, ring alert of phone
calls and mails can also be heard from the
speakers of the System.
This System is not equipped with a microphone
feature. To make a call, cancel the connection
with the System or use the microphone on the
iPhone or smartphone.
Listening to the radio
To improve the FM reception
You can listen to FM and AM broadcasting stations.
Connect the antenna before listening to radio
broadcast. (page 11)
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or
noisy, select the monaural reception mode.
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NOTE
0
.
Searching for stations
1
Select “FM” or “AM”.
Remote control
Main unit
Each time you press the button, the setting
changes.
“STEREO” icon lights up : Stereo auto reception
“STEREO” icon goes off : Monaural reception
NOTE
0
(Turn)
.
(Press repeatedly)
Monaural reception improves the reception but
the stereo effect is lost.
Alternates between “AM” and “FM” each time
you press the button.
Select a station.
Remote control
Main unit
/
/
.
2
A long press on the button activates auto tuning,
and tuning will stop when it receives a broadcast
station.
0
0
0
To stop the search manually, press the buttons again.
Pressing the button repeatedly changes the
reception frequency in steps of 0.1 MHz for FM
broadcast and in steps of 9 kHz for AM
broadcast.
“STEREO” icon lights up when stereo broadcast
signal is received.
CAUTION
0
No sound is heard during station tuning.
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To tune in to a preset station
Presetting stations
Up to 30 FM stations or up to 10 AM stations can
be stored in the memory.
Main unit
/
Tune in to a station you want to preset.
Display the preset setting screen.
(Press repeatedly)
(Press repeatedly)
.
1
2
Remote control
You can also select by specifying the number
using the number buttons.
0
3
Select a preset number to store
information.
Remote control
.
.
to
Examples:
0
To select preset no. 3: ` 3
0
To select preset no. 17: 1 7
Main unit
/
CAUTION
Depending on the signal condition, you may
have reception problems even for the preset
stations.
0
(Press repeatedly)
.
(Press repeatedly)
0
You can also select by specifying the
number using the number buttons.
To erase the preset memory
Examples:
0
To select preset no. 3: ` 3
0
To select preset no. 17: 1 7
0
Select the preset number you want to
erase.
2
Erase the preset station.
Store the station.
.
.
4
If a preset number that has been registered
with a station is selected, the old registered
station is overwritten.
1
While “CLEAR?” is displayed, press [SET].
The selected station is erased. The subsequent
preset numbers of the stations are moved forward.
0
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Empty preset numbers are automatically stored
as 87.50 MHz for FM and 531 kHz for AM.
Radio Data System have the following
functions.
PTY(Program TYpe Identification) Search
Automatically tunes to a station that is currently
broadcasting the specified program type
(genre).
0
0
During receiving a Radio Data System station
(Press repeatedly)
Each time you press the button, the setting
changes as follows:
PS
PTY
Frequency and preset
number display
PS (Program Service Name) Display
Automatically displays the station name
transmitted by the Radio Data System station.
PS
: Program Service name
Radio Text function
PTY
: Program TYpe
RT
: Radio Text
Displays the radio text data transmitted by some
Radio Data System stations when you press the
[DISPLAY]. “NO TEXT” is displayed if no text
data is transmitted.
RT
.
0
Change the contents of the display while receiving
a Radio Data System station.
.
Radio Data System is a system that transmits
useful information (in the form of digital data) for FM
broadcasts along with the broadcast signal. Audio
devices designed for Radio Data System reception
can extract the information from the broadcast
signal for use with various functions, such as
automatic display of the station name.
NOTE
0
Some functions and function names may differ
in certain countries and areas.
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To change the Radio Data System
display information
Using Radio Data System
To tune by Program Type (PTY search)
Program type table
This function allows you to set the System to
automatically search for the stations which are
currently broadcasting the type of program (genre)
you want to listen to.
Program Type Name
Display
News
“NEWS”
Current Affairs
“AFFAIRS”
1
Information
“INFO”
Sport
“SPORT”
Education
“EDUCATE”
Drama
“DRAMA”
Culture
“CULTURE”
Science
“SCIENCE”
Varied Speech
“VARIED”
Pop Music
“POP M”
Rock Music
“ROCK M”
Select “FM”.
Main unit
Remote control
(Press repeatedly)
.
(Turn)
2
.
Display the PTY code setting screen.
0
3
If the current station is with Radio Data
System, the program type of the station is
displayed.
Select the program type you want to listen to.
Remote control
Main unit
/
(Press repeatedly)
.
(Press repeatedly)
0
4
For the program type, refer to “Program
type table”.
.
Start searching the station.
NOTE
0
0
Under certain receiving conditions, it may take
more than 1 minute to complete the search.
If the desired program type cannot be found, “NO
PROGRAM” is displayed, then after several
seconds the display returns to the original
display.
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Easy Music
“EASY M”
Light Classical Music
“LIGHT M”
Serious Classical Music
“CLASSICS”
Other Music
“OTHER M”
Weather
“WEATHER”
Finance
“FINANCE”
Children’s Program
“CHILDREN”
Social Affairs
“SOCIAL”
Religion
“RELIGION”
Phone In
“PHONE IN”
Travel
“TRAVEL”
Leisure
“LEISURE”
Jazz Music
“JAZZ”
Country Music
“COUNTRY”
National Music
“NATION M”
Oldies Music
“OLDIES”
Folk Music
“FOLK M”
Documentary
“DOCUMENT”
Listening to an external device
Refer also to the instruction manual for the external
device.
1
NOTE
When the device is connected to the digital input
terminal, set the digital audio output setting for
the connected device (TV, BD recorder, etc.) to
“PCM”.
0
Set the volume level of the System to
minimum.
To connect the analog terminal
2
Connect an external device to the AUDIO
IN jack.
Listening to an external device
1
Select “AUDIO IN” or “DIGITAL IN”.
Remote control
Main unit
/
.
(Turn)
.
Stereo mini plug
cord (not supplied)
Headphone jack, etc.
2
Start playback of the external device.
0
External device (not supplied)
.
3
To connect the digital terminal
2
Connect an external device to the
DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) terminal.
Do not disconnect the digital audio player
during playback. It may cause malfunction.
Adjust the volume.
To adjust the audio input level
Adjust the audio input level when there is a contrast
between the volume of the external device
connected to the AUDIO IN jack and that of other
sources.
(Press repeatedly)
.
18V 3.35A
Press repeatedly to change the setting
LEVEL 1 : Standard audio input level
LEVEL 2 : Higher level than LEVEL 1
LEVEL 3 : Higher level than LEVEL 2
Optical digital cable
(not supplied)
Optical digital output terminal
.
TV, BD/DVD recorder, etc.
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Connecting an external device
Using the timer
This System is equipped with sleep timer and
playback timer (the daily timer). (Timer recording is
not available with this System.)
Setting the sleep timer
The power of the System automatically turns off
after the shut-off time you set has elapsed.
You can set the timer up to 90 minutes in 10-minute
interval.
Setting the daily timer
Using the daily timer, you can wake up with your
favorite music.
0
0
0
1
Set the clock before setting the recording timer.
(page 14)
Tune into a station, load a disc, or connect a USB
device/iPod to the System, and make sure that
the source works properly beforehand.
Preset the desired station before setting the daily timer.
Display the timer setting screen.
.
.
(Press repeatedly)
2
Select and confirm on “TIMER”.
/
.
0
While the sleep timer is set, “SLEEP” icon lights up.
0
To cancel the sleep timer, select “SLEEP OFF”.
To check the remaining time until the
System shuts off
Press the [SLEEP] button once.
Example: the remaining time is 12 minutes
.
12
The remaining time is displayed for 5 seconds.
.
(Press repeatedly)
3
Set and confirm the timer contents.
/
(Press repeatedly)
.
Each time you press the button, the shut-off time
changes.
You can set the following items:
0 Press [H]/[I] to select the next or previous item.
The “hour” and “minute” of the starting
and ending time
During the setting, the “TIMER ON” icon
(starting time) and “TIMER OFF” icon
(ending time) flashes.
Playback source
0
Select the source from “CD”, “USB”, “FM”, “AM”.
When the selected source is “AM” or “FM”,
select the preset number.
Playback volume
0
Continue on the next page
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Select and confirm on the playback
method.
While the System is turned on
.
/
To cancel the daily timer
ENGLISH
4
The “TIMER” icon disappears.
.
(Press repeatedly)
“PLAY” : Starts playback at the preset volume.
“AI PLAY” : After playback starts, the volume
will increase gradually until it reaches the
preset volume.
The setting is completed when “COMPLETE”
is displayed after performing the setting.
While the System is turned on
Turn off the System.
.
5
To set the daily timer with the same
settings again after canceling
Remote control
Main unit
The “TIMER” icon lights up.
.
Press
Standby indicator lights up in orange.
0
0
0
0
0
The daily timer works only when the
System is on standby.
While the daily timer is set, “TIMER” icon
lights up.
While the daily timer is functioning,
“TIMER” icon flashes.
Once set, the daily timer works every day.
You can not set the same time for the
starting time and ending time.
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Other functions
To increase the bass sound
Adjusting the sound quality
Using the sound mode
Sound modes can be selected to enhance the type
of music being played.
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each time you press the button, the bass sound
effect is turned on or off.
EX.BASS OFF
.
“EQ” icon lights up when EX.BASS is set.
0
Example:
.
0
Each time you press the button, the setting is
changed.
ROCK
JAZZ
.
CLASSIC
GAME
If a setting other than “FLAT” is selected for the
sound mode, “EQ” icon lights up.
To set the surround
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each time you press the button, the surround effect
is turned on or off.
SURROUND ON
.
SURROUND OFF
The initial setting is “SURROUND OFF”.
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The initial setting is “EX.BASS ON”.
NOTE
ROCK
0
EX.BASS ON
.
(Press repeatedly)
0
0
The sound mode, surround and bass sound
(EX.BASS) also take effects on the sounds from
the headphones.
When the sound mode is enabled, the bass
sound (EX.BASS) is canceled.
When the bass sound (EX.BASS) is enabled,
the sound mode is canceled.
Adjust according to your preferences or the
surrounding conditions.
1
Display the color depth setting screen.
To adjust the brightness of the display/
illumination
.
(Hold)
“CONTRAST SET3” will be displayed.
2
Adjust the color depth (CONTRAST).
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each time you press the button, the brightness of
the display and illumination changes.
DIMMER 1
: Display: Slightly dark
Illumination: Slightly dark
DIMMER 2
: Display: Dark
Illumination: Off
0
0
0
The brightness of the display and illumination
changes at the same time.
The setting will be memorized even if the System
is turned off.
/
(Press repeatedly)
.
DIMMER OFF : Display: Bright
Illumination: Bright
Each time you press [H] / [I], the color depth
(CONTRAST) of the display window changes
in five levels (“CONTRAST SET1” to
“CONTRAST SET5”).
The setting is completed when “COMPLETE”
is displayed after performing the setting.
0
0
The initial setting is “DIMMER OFF”.
0
The display returns to the original display
after about 3 seconds.
To return to the original display while
setting, press [DIMMER / CONTRAST].
The initial setting is “CONTRAST SET3”.
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To adjust the color depth (CONTRAST)
of the display window
Adjusting the display/illumination
Changing the display information
During playback...
.
(Press repeatedly)
Each time you press the button, the display
information changes to other information.
0
0
0
The information shown on the display differs
depending on the source.
The System can display ID3 TAG VERSION1,2
(song title, artist name and album name), file
name and folder name (some characters cannot
be displayed. These characters may not be
displayed correctly, or “*” is displayed).
iPod cannot show the Tag data of MP3/WMA.
For audio CD
0:46
: The elapsed time of
the playing track
.
T01
: The remaining time of
the playing track
.
REMAIN
: The elapsed time of
the whole CD
.
TOTAL
: The remaining time of
the whole CD
.
TOTAL REMAIN
For MP3/WMA files
: The elapsed time of
the playing track
.
T001 0:46
.
File name/ folder
FILE.. FOLDER.. :name
: Tag information
F001 T0003
: Folder number/ file
number
.
.
TAG information
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References
Made for
Version*
iPod nano (7th generation)
1.0.2
iPod nano (6th generation)
1.2
iPod nano (5th generation)
1.0.2
iPod nano (4th generation)
1.0.4
iPod nano (3rd generation)
1.1.3
iPod nano (2nd generation)
1.1.3
iPod touch (5th generation)
7.0.2
iPod touch (4th generation)
6.1.3
iPod touch (3rd generation)
5.1.1
iPod touch (2nd generation)
4.2.1
iPod touch
3.1.3
iPhone 5s
7.0.2
iPhone 5c
7.0.2
iPhone 5
7.0.2
iPhone 4s
7.0.2
iPhone 4
7.0.2
iPhone 3GS
6.1.3
iPhone 3G
5.1.1
0
To connect the device to this System via
BLUETOOTH, the device must be compatible
with the A2DP and the AVRCP profiles.
Playable discs/files
0
0
0
0
We do not guarantee the operation and sound
quality of CDs that are not compliant with the CDDA standard
Before playing a CD, look for a “CD logo mark”,
and read through the precautions on the
package to check whether it complies with the
CD standard.
Playback of a CD on the System may fail due to
the CD’s characteristics, recording condition,
scratches or dirt on it, or when there is dirt or
condensation on the lens of the player.
Read through the precautions on the use of the
CD carefully.
The System does not support the display of CD
texts.
Discs
CDs with any of the following marks
are playable.
0
0
0
Reset your iPod/iPhone if your iPod/iPhone is not
playing back correctly. (Please visit Apple's
homepage for information about resetting your
iPod/iPhone.)
For details on the iPod/iPhone, check Apple's
web site. <http://www.apple.com>
.
* Software version at the time of operation
confirmation
Files
0
0
CD-R or CD-RW in the audio CD
format
CD-R/CD-RW or the MP3/WMA
files of USB devices
To check the latest supporting status of the iPod/
iPhone, refer to the product information on our
home page.
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Playable BLUETOOTH devices
Compatible iPod
Important for USB mass storage
class devices
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
It is recommended that you use a USB device
with a capacity of 16 GB or smaller.
Connect an USB device with the maximum
power consumption of less than 1 A.
The more files there are in a USB device, the
longer it takes for the System to load them.
Deactivate the security function of the USB
device before connecting.
When connecting with a USB cable, use a USB
2.0 cable less than 1 m in length.
You cannot connect a computer to the USB
MEMORY terminal of the System.
Do not use a USB hub.
If the USB device is divided into multiple partitions,
the System recognizes only the first partition.
Power is supplied to the USB device and the
device will be charged through the System when
the USB device is connected to the System.
Electrostatic shock at connecting a USB device
may cause abnormal playback of the device. In
this case, disconnect the USB device then reset
this System and the USB device.
Some USB devices may not be recognized or
may not operate properly.
For information on operating the USB device,
see the instruction manual for the USB device.
Precautions on MP3/WMA files
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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The System can play back MP3/WMA files
recorded with the following sampling frequency
and bitrate.
Sampling frequency:
32/44.1/48 kHz
Bitrate:
32 kbps to 320 kbps
This System can recognize up to 255 folders and
3,000 files on a USB device.
DRM (Digital Rights Management) files cannot
be played back.
The System cannot play back files larger than 2 GB.
Some MP3/WMA files may not be playable due
to the condition or method of recording. The
System will skip the playback of these files.
Playing order of MP3/WMA files
(Folders without MP3/WMA files are ignored.)
- Groups are played in creation order. In a
group, tracks are played in created order.
- The playing order may be changed if you
change a folder name (group name) or file
name (track name) on the PC.
0
Precautions on CD-R/CD-RW
For CD-Rs/CD-RWs edited by the user, only
finalized CDs can be played back on the System.
0 To create a CD-R/CD-RW disc, set the format to
“ISO 9660 Level 1”. Do not use discs that are
packet-written (UDF format).
0 For CD-RW that have been recorded in the
format other than CD-DA format or MP3/WMA
files, erase all tracks before listening to. If the
disc is used before erasing, the loud sound is
output suddenly, it might cause the failure such
as damage the speaker.
0 For CD-Rs/CD-RWs that contain MP3/WMA
files, it may take a longer time to read the disc
compared to normal audio discs. (The amount of
reading time needed varies with the
configuration of the folders and files.)
0 If CD-R/CD-RW that is printable on the label side
is used, the disc may not be ejected from the
System due to the label side is sticked to the
System. Using such discs may cause
malfunction, do not use them.
Playable MP3/WMA files are files with the
extension of <.mp3> or <.wma>.
The maximum number of displayable characters
in the System is as follows.
- Folder name: 16 characters
- File name: 64 characters (including the
extension)
- Tag display (track title/artist/album title):
MP3 ID3 tag/WMA contents property: 64
characters (compatible with ID3 v1.0/ 1.1/ 2.2/
2.3/2.4)
0
Some characters cannot be displayed. These
characters may not be displayed correctly, or
“*” is displayed.
Maintenance
Care of compact discs
To place back to the case
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that
an electronic accessory has been designed to
connect specifically to iPod or iPhone,
respectively, and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance
standards. Apple is not responsible for the
operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note
that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone
may affect wireless performance.
.
To take out from the case
0
0
0
Do not write on either side of the disc, particularly
the non-label side from which signals are read.
Do not mark this surface.
0
Do not bend the disc.
0
Do not play discs of special shapes (heart,
flower, etc). It may cause malfunctions.
0
If a CD is dusty, clean it with a soft, dry cloth and
remove dirt or fingerprints.
0
0
0
Microsoft and Windows Media are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG,
Inc. and any use of such marks by
JVC KENWOOD Corporation is under license.
Android is a trademark of Google Inc..
Consecutive scratches can
cause noise or mistracking.
.
Straight out from the
centre, along the radius
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod
touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
0
Do not wipe it with thinner or benzine.
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Trademarks
Troubleshooting
If you are having a problem with your System,
check this list for a possible solution before calling
for service.
If the following measures do not resolve the
problems:
The System works using a built-in microprocessor.
If buttons are not operative, disconnect the AC
power cord from the wall outlet, wait for a while,
then connect the cord again.
General
Power does not come on.
B Connect the AC adapter correctly.
The System turns off automatically.
B Auto power save function is functioning. (page 15)
The buttons do not function.
B Reset the System. (page 40)
Adjustments or settings are suddenly
canceled before you finish.
B There is a time limit. Repeat the procedure.
Unable to operate the System from the remote
control.
B The path between the remote control and the
remote sensor on the System is blocked.
B Batteries of the remote control are exhausted.
Change the batteries.
No sound is heard.
B Adjust the volume.
B Cancel muting.
B Disconnect the headphones.
“--:--” flashes on the display.
B Set the clock again. (page 14)
No audio output from the digital input terminal
(DIGITAL IN).
B Connect the devices correctly.
B Check to ensure that the digital audio output
setting of the connected device is set to “PCM”.
iPod operations
iPod does not play.
B Connect the USB cable correctly.
B Check the compatibility of your iPod. (page 35)
B Battery of iPod are exhausted. Charge the
battery of iPod.
B Reset your iPod after disconnecting it from the
System, unplug the power cord of the System,
and plug it in again. (For details on resetting
your iPod, please visit Apple’s official website.)
USB device/CD
Unable to eject a disc.
B Press [M] until “EJECT” is displayed.
B If CD-R/CD-RW that is printable on the label
side is used, the disc may not be ejected from
the System due to the label side is sticked to
the System.
The disc/USB device does not play.
B Connect the USB devices correctly.
B Turn on the power of the USB audio player.
B Try using a different USB flash memory device.
B Insert the disc with the label side facing you.
B The disc or lens is scratched or dirty. Clean the
disc or lens.
B Playback is not possible if an audio file is
corrupted.
B Check whether the audio file format is
supported by the System.
B The disc is recorded using “packet writing
(UDF file unit)” and cannot be played back.
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B The playback order is determined by the
writing software used for recording the groups
and tracks.
The sound from the USB device or disc is
choppy.
B The disc is dirty or scratched. Clean or replace
the disc.
B Play MP3/WMA files that are properly written.
B Turn off the System, disconnect and reconnect
the USB device.
Tag information is not displayed correctly
B Check whether the tag information can be
displayed on the System. (page 34)
Tuner operations
No broadcast is heard.
B Connect the antenna correctly. (11 page)
B For AM broadcast, place the AM loop antenna
as near as possible to the window and adjust
the antenna direction until you obtain the best
reception.
B When a FM antenna is used, extend and
secure the wire to the position where you
obtain the best reception.
B Adjust the frequency to the station you want to
listen to.
Hard to listen to broadcasts because of noise.
B Adjust the antenna.
B Turn off and on the System.
B Place the System away from the television.
BLUETOOTH device
Unable to pair.
B Set the System in pairing standby, and perform
pairing from the target device, such as a
smartphone. (page 23)
Unable to connect to BLUETOOTH device.
B Check that the BLUETOOTH function is set to ON.
B Check to ensure that the BLUETOOTH device
supports the BLUETOOTH A2DP profile.
Unable to operate the BLUETOOTH device.
B Check to ensure that the BLUETOOTH device
supports the BLUETOOTH AVRCP profile.
The sound is choppy. Noise is generated.
B The System is out of the BLUETOOTH range
limitation, or there may be an equipment
interfering with the radio waves between the
System and the BLUETOOTH device. Try
placing the BLUETOOTH device nearer to the
System, or change location.
Timer operations
Unable to set the sleep timer
B The daily timer is functioning. While the daily
timer is functioning, sleep timer does not work.
The daily timer does not work.
B The clock needs to be set. Clock setting is
canceled when the AC power cord is
unplugged from the AC outlet, causing the
daily timer to stop functioning.
B The System is turned on. The daily timer
functions only when the System is turned off.
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MP3/WMA groups and tracks are not played
back as you expect.
Resetting the System
If the System cannot be oprated or the display
window is shown incorrectly, reset the System
using the following procedures.
After resetting, the contents of the settings will be
restored to the factory default.
1
Turn off the System.
Remote control
Main unit
.
Press
2
Resetting the System.
Main unit
.
and
Press and hold [K] and [o] on main unit at the
same time until “FACTORY RESET” is
displayed.
You can reset only on the main unit.
3
When “RESET FINISHED” is displayed,
unplug the AC power cord from the wall
socket.
The System have been reset.
4
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Plug the AC power cord of the System into
the outlet.
Specifications
Main unit (AP-300-B/AP-300-H)
Amplifier
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Maximum useful output: 20 W + 20 W (1 kHz,10% THD,8Ω)
CD player
Playable files:
Audio CD, MP3, WMA
Tuner
AM tuning range:
531 kHz - 1 602 kHz
FM tuning range:
87.50 MHz - 108.00 MHz
Antenna:
Wire antenna
Input/output terminals
USB:
Output power:
DC 5 V P 1 A
Specifications:
Compatible with USB 2.0 Full Speed
Compatible devices:
Mass storage class
Compatible file systems: FAT16, FAT32
Playable files:
MP3, WMA
DIGITAL IN:
OPTICAL x 1
AUDIO IN:
Stereo mini (ø 3.5 mm) x 1
LEVEL 1: 1 V/30 kΩ
LEVEL 2: 500 mV/30 kΩ
LEVEL 3: 250 mV/30 kΩ
PHONES:
Stereo mini (ø 3.5 mm) x 1
BLUETOOTH
Version:
BLUETOOTH Ver. 3.0
Output power:
Class 2
Maximum service area:
About 10 m
(Communication range may vary depending on the environmental conditions.)
Frequency band:
2.4 GHz range
Compatible
BLUETOOTH profile:
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
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General
Supplied AC adapter
(AA-R1809):
Input: AC 100 V - 240 V ~,50 Hz/60 Hz,1.5 A - 0.5 A
Power consumption:
18 W (during operation)
Output: DC 18 V P 3.35 A
1.00 W and below (during standby)
Dimensions:
360 mm ´ 199 mm ´ 225 mm (W x H x D)
Weight:
2.9 kg
Speakers
System:
Full range Bass-Reflex type
Speakers unit:
7 cm cone speaker
Impedance:
8Ω
Maximum input:
20 W
Specifications and appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice for improvement.
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Memo
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For your records
Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit,
in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in
the space provided below. Refer to the model and
serial numbers whenever you call upon your dealer for
information or service on this product.
Model
Serial Number
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