DC-DB10
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Micro Hi-Fi System with DAB+/FM
DC-DB10
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.............................................................................................................2
FEATURES AND CONTROLS...................................................................................................... 4
REMOTE CONTROL...................................................................................................................4
PUTTING THE BATTERY INTO THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT......................................................5
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION...............................................................................................5
INSTALLING THE SPEAKER WIRE TO THE SPEAKER TERMINALS. ............................................. 5
OPERATING THE UNIT...............................................................................................................5
CLOCK SETTING.......................................................................................................................5
LISTENING TO YOUR RADIO......................................................................................................5
STORING AND RECALLING PRESET STATIONS..........................................................................7
FACTORY RESET.......................................................................................................................8
LISTENING TO YOUR COMPACT DISCS......................................................................................8
TIMER FUNCTION..................................................................................................................... 9
SLEEP FUNCTION....................................................................................................................10
MUTE FUNCTION (remote control only)......................................................................................10
HEADPHONE JACK..................................................................................................................10
MAINTENANCE........................................................................................................................10
COMPACT DISC....................................................................................................................... 11
SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................................................................11
TROUBLE SHOOTING.............................................................................................................. 12
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
To achieve the utmost in enjoyment and performance, please read this manual carefully before attempting
to operate the unit in order to become familiar with its features, and assure you years of faithful, trouble
free performance and listening pleasure.
Important Notes
* Read instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the apparatus is operated
* Retain instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
* Cleaning Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
* Attachment Do not use attachment not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
* Power Sources -The apparatus should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the
operating instructions of as marked on the apparatus.
* “To be completely disconnected the power input, the mains plug of apparatus shall be disconnected
from the mains.” as the disconnect devices is the mains plug of apparatus.
* Power-Cord Protection - Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on
or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the apparatus
* During lntended Use - The mains plug of apparatus should be easily accessed.
* Nonuse Periods - The power cord of the apparatus should be unplugged from the outlet when left
unused for a long period of time.
* This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing water and that no object filled with liquids
such as vases shall be placed on the apparatus.
* The apparatus should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper
ventilation. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items
such as newspaper, table-cloths, curtains etc.
* Do not install this apparatus in a confined space, such as a book case or built-in cabinet. Minimum
distance (about 100mm) around the apparatus for sufficient ventilation.
* No naked flame sources such as lighted candles should be placed on the apparatus.
* Do not use where there are extremes of temperature (below 5°C or exceeding 35°C).
* Sudden changes in the ambient temperature may cause condensation to form on the optical lens inside
the unit. lf this happens, take out the disc, leave the unit for about 1 hour, and then proceed to operate.
* Because of the CD player’s extremely low noise and wide dynamic range, there might be a tendency to
set the volume on the amplifier unnecessarily high.
* Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
* Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
* The caution marking was located at the bottom enclosure of the apparatus.
* The nameplate marking was located at the back enclosure of the apparatus.
* The use of apparatus in moderate climates.
ESD Remark: In case of malfunction due to electrostatic discharge, just reset the product
(reconnect of power source may be required) to resume normal operation.
Should any trouble occur, remove the power source and refer servicing to qualified personnel.
WARNING : TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
DRIPPING OR SPLASHING.
For safety reasons, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product.
Refer any servicing to qualified personnel.
Do not attempt to remove any screws, or open the casing of the unit; there are no user serviceable parts
inside, refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Note:
- This unit will become warm when used for a long period of time. This is normal and does not indicate a
Problem with the unit.
- The CD player includes micro-processors which may malfunction as a result of external electrical Interference
or noise. If the CD player is not working properly, disconnect the power source and then reconnect it.
- Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
- If an unusual conditions occurs in the display window or key button, switch the unit off, then turn on the unit
again.
2
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltage constituting a risk of electric
shock is present within this unit.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the information
accompanying this unit.
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS:RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
You can see this carved picture on the
bottom of the main unit.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
CAUTION
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Operating the unit in a way other than specified herein,or
making adjustments to the unit may result in hazardous
radiation exposure
You can see this carved picture on the
bottom of the main unit.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel should attempt to repair.
You can see this
label in the CD
compartment.
WARNING: RISK OF INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN CD LID IS
OPEN OR INTERLOCKS FALL.AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO THE
BEAM.
Model No.:DC-DB10
MICRO
SYSTEM
Model HI-FI
No.:DC-DB10
DAB320
WITH SYSTEM
DAB+/FM
DAB /DAB/FM & CD MICRO
POWER CONSUMPTION: 25W
DAB
/DAB/FM
POWER
CONSUMPTION:
25W SYSTEM
AC
~ 240V
50Hz& CD MICRO
AC
~ 240V -50Hz
FREQUENCY
RANGE:
DAB:174
240
MHz
FREQUENCY
RANGE: DAB 174~240
MHz
DAB+-174.928~239.200
MHz
FM:87.5
108 MHz
FM 87.5~108.0 MHzFM 87.5~108.0 MHz
AC:230V
You can see this label on the
back of the main unit.
50 Hz
SANYO
Electric
Co.,Ltd.
CHINA
AU
AU
SANYO
Electric
Co Ltd. MADE
MADEININ
CHINA
MAX POWER
CONSUMPTION:
25WATTS
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
CUIDADO: PRODUTO LASER DE CLASSE 1 RADIAÇÃO
LASER INVISÍVEL CUANDO ABERTO E SE O DE SEGURANÇA
ESTIVER DEFEITUOSO A EXPOSIÇÃO AOS RAIOS.
ADVARSEL: USYNLIG LASERSTRALING VED ÃBNING NÃR
SIKKERHEDSAFBRYDERE ER UDEAF FUNKTION UNDGA
UDSÆTTELSE FORSTRÃLING,
This label sticks inside of the unit.
VARO: AVATESSA JA SUOJALUKITUS OHITETTAESSA OLET
ALTTIINA NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE
ÄLÄ KATSO SÄTEESEENI
VARNING: OSYNLIG LASERSTRÄLNING NÄR DENNA DEL
ÄR ÖPPNAD OCHSPÄRREN ÄR URKOPPLAD. BETRAKTA
EJSTRÄLENI
3
FEATURES AND CONTROLS
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2 3 4 5
1. CD DOOR
2.
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18 16
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13. HEADPHONE JACK
SCROLL ▼/ I◀◀ BUTTON
14. REPEAT BUTTON
3.
SCROLL ▲/ ▶▶I BUTTON
15. PROGRAM BUTTON
4.
PLAY/PAUSE/SELECT BUTTON(▶/II)
16. VOLUME CONTROL
5.
STOP/MENU BUTTON(■)
17. DISPLAY/INFO BUTTON
6.
CD DOOR OPEN BUTTON
18. SLEEP BUTTON
7.
STANDBY/ON BUTTON
19. TIMER BUTTON
8.
CD BUTTON
20. IR SENSOR
9.
LCD DISPLAY
21. SPEAKER TERMINALS
10. DAB+/FM BUTTON
22. DAB+/FM WIRE ANTENNA
11. PRESET - BUTTON
23. AC POWER CORD
12. PRESET + BUTTON
REMOTE CONTROL
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
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13.
14.
15.
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STANDBY/ON BUTTON
DISPLAY/INFO BUTTON
REPEAT BUTTON
PROGRAM BUTTON
RANDOM BUTTON
MUTE BUTTON
DAB+/FM BUTTON
CD BUTTON
STOP/MENU BUTTON(■)
PLAY/PAUSE/SELECT BUTTON(▶/II)
SCROLL ▼/ I◀◀ BUTTON
SCROLL ▲/ ▶▶I BUTTON
PRESET - BUTTON
PRESET + BUTTON
VOLUME - BUTTON
VOLUME + BUTTON
PUTTING THE BATTERY INTO THE
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
1.
2.
3.
**
Battery Included
**
Press the battery compartment gently according to the
direction indicated in the illustration.
Slide to open the battery compartment.
Insert the supplied CR2032 battery into the compartment
according to the polarity markings ("+" and "-") inside the
compartment and on the battery. Replace the battery
compartment until it clicks.
NOTE: Remove the batteries from the remote control if not in
use for long period of time. Replace with new batteries when the
batteries become weak, otherwise the remote control will not
function properly.
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Insert the batteries into the remote control. Point the remote control at the remote sensor on the front
panel. The remote control works within a distance of about 7 meters from the sensor and within an
angel of about 30 degrees from the left and right side.
INSTALLING THE SPEAKER WIRE
TO THE SPEAKER TERMINALS
1. Speakers Connection
Extend the SPEAKER WIRES and connect them
to the SPEAKER TERMINALS.
2. Power Cord Connection
Before using, connect the AC Power Cord to
240V AC outlet.
AC CORD
OPERATING THE UNIT
Before operating the unit for the first time, make sure the AC power cord is properly connected to a
240V 50Hz AC outlet, then you can now press the STANDBY/ON button to switch the unit ON. Pull the
AC plug out of the wall socket if you want to switch off completely.
CLOCK SETTING
The clock will only set and be updated if you can receive DAB+ signals in your location. In order for the
clock to synchronise to the current local time you must leave it one DAB+ station for a short period.
Manual clock setting is not required.
LISTENING TO YOUR RADIO
Hints for better reception
This unit is fitted with a single lead wire DAB+/FM antenna, to obtain the best performance, you should
fully extend the wire antenna and adjust the position as well as the direction until you find the best
reception. For ideal DAB reception, always maintain the lead wire antenna in a vertical position
(holding it upward or downward behind the unit) is highly recommended.
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Getting started DAB mode
When the unit is powered up for the first time, it will be in standby mode. The display will show “00:00”
and “Setting clock …”. Press the STANDBY/ON button once to switch the unit on, it will automatically
enter into the DAB mode and perform auto scan function. During the scan the display will show
“Scanning …” together with a slide bar that indicates the progress of the scan and the amount of
stations that have been found so far. (F. 1) (F. 2) (F. 3)
F2
F1
F3
Once the scan has finished, the radio will select the first alphanumerically found station. You can now
press the SCROLL ▲ or ▼ button to explore the found stations and then press the SELECT button to
select your station.
Note: If there is no stations found after auto scan, you can press the MENU button to enter into the
Tune Select Menu and you can now press the SCROLL ▲ or ▼ buttons followed by pressing the
SELECT button to select manual tune or auto scan modes for stations.
DAB auto tune modes
There are two types of auto scan modes, one is local auto scan and the other is full auto scan. Local
auto scan will only search for part of the DAB Band III channels and full auto scan will search for the
entire DAB Band III channels. After the scan has finished, the first alphanumerically found station will
be automatically selected.
1. To activate the auto scan modes, first press the MENU button to enter into the Tune Select Menu,
then press the SCROLL ▲ or ▼ button to select “Local scan” or “Full scan”, finally press the
SELECT button to confirm, the display will show “Scanning …” and a progressing slide bar. (F.4)
(F.5)
2.
All the stations that have been found will be stored automatically, to explore the found stations,
press the SCROLL ▲ or ▼ buttons; and when you find a station that you would like to listen to,
press the SELECT button
F4
F5
DAB manual tune
1.
To select manual tune, first press the MENU button to enter into the Tune Select Menu, then
press the SCROLL ▲ or ▼ buttons to select “Manual tune”, finally press the SELECT button to
confirm. (F. 6)
2.
Press the SCROLL ▲ or ▼ buttons to move through the DAB channels, the display will show “5A
to 13F” and their associated frequencies. (F. 7)
3.
When your desired frequency appears in the display, press the SELECT button to confirm. The
name of the station group (ensemble/multiplex) will be displayed.
4.
To listen to the station selected, press the SELECT button again.
F7
F6
DAB secondary services
On some occasions you will see a “>” symbol directly after the name of the station, this indicates that
there are secondary services available to that station. These secondary services contain extra
services that relate to the primary station. E.g. a sports station may want to add extra commentaries.
The secondary services are inserted directly after the primary station.
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DAB display modes
Every time you press the DISPLAY/INFO button, the display will cycle through the following display
modes:
Time/Date
Frequency
Audio Bit Rate
Programme Type
Ensemble/Multiplex (Group name)
DLS
Signal strength
Time and date
The time and date will be automatically updated by the broadcasted information; it is no need to set
the clock manually. In the unlikely event that no clock information is received, the display will show
“[No Time]”.
Frequency
The frequency of the present station will be displayed.
Audio bit rate
The display will show the digital audio bit rate being received.
DLS
DLS stands for Dynamic Label Segment which is a scrolling message that the broadcaster may
include in their transmissions. The message usually includes information such as programme details
…etc.
Signal strength
The display will show a slide bar to indicate the signal strength, the stronger the signal, the longer the
bar will be from left to right.
Programme type
This describes the style of the programme that is being broadcast. If the information is not available,
the display will show “[No PTY]”.
Ensemble/Multiplex (Group name)
The Ensemble/Multiplex is a collection of radio stations that are bundled and transmitted together in a
single frequency. There are national and local multiplexes, local ones contain stations that are
specific to that area.
Note: Press and hold the DISPLAY/INFO button for longer than 2 seconds, the software version
number will be displayed.
FM radio
1.
To select FM, press the DAB+/FM button, the FM frequency will be displayed. (F. 8)
2.
To activate auto search, press and hold the I◀◀ or ▶▶I buttons until it starts to scan down or up
the frequency band, it will stop automatically once a station has been found.
3.
To activate manual search, repeatedly press the ◀
I ◀ or ▶▶I button.
4.
To select audio mode, press the SELECT button to toggle between the “Auto” or “Mono”
selection.
Note: The radio will automatically switch between stereo and mono mode, but you can override this
and switch this function manually which is helpful for poor signal reception.
F8
STORING AND RECALLING PRESET STATIONS
In either DAB or FM, you can store up to 10 stations to the favourite presets; this will enable you to get
direct access to your favourite stations.
1.
To store a preset, first tune to your desired station, then press and hold the PROGRAM button
until the display shows the preset number and flash. (F. 9)
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2.
3.
4.
Press the PRESET +/- buttons to select your desired station preset number.
Finally press the PROGRAM button to confirm your selection, the display will show “Preset #
stored”. (F.10)
To recall a preset station that you have stored, press the PRESET +/- buttons, the display will
show the preset number and the associated information. It would tune to the station in one
second after the buttons are released. (F.11)
F10
F9
F11
FACTORY RESET
When you move the system to another part of the country, your pre-tuned and stored DAB stations
may no longer be available. If this is the case then you will need to reset your system back to its
original factory settings; to perform a factory reset, please do the following:
1.
Connect the unit to mains and press the STANDBY/ON button once to turn the unit on.
2.
Ensure the unit is in DAB mode, then press and hold the MENU button until the display shows
“Press SELECT to confirm reset”.
3.
Release the MENU button and press the SELECT button once, the display will show
“Restarting…” and then perform auto scan function.
4.
After the scan has finished, the radio will select and display the first alphanumerically found
station.
Note: All of your stored DAB & FM presets will be lost once the reset has taken place.
LISTENING TO YOUR COMPACT DISCS
NOTE: Although this CD player can read CD-R and CD-RW discs in addition to normal CDs, the
playability of CD-R and CD-RW discs may be affected by the type of software that was used to create
the discs, as well as the quality and condition of the blank media you are using, 100% playability
cannot be guaranteed. This is not an indication of a problem with the player.
Playing the entire CD
1.
When the unit is ON, press the CD button to select CD function. The display will first show
“Switch to CD” and then finally “NO DISC”. (F.12) (F.13)
2.
Press the OPEN button to open the CD door, insert the disc with the printed label side facing up
and then close the CD door. The display will first show “READING” and then the total number of
tracks and time. (F.14)
3.
Press the ▶/II button to start playback from the first track, the display will show the current track
number and elapsed time. (F.15)
4.
To interrupt playback, press ▶/II button once, “II” will be displayed and the time in the display will
flash.
5.
To resume playback, press the ▶/II button again.
6.
To stop playback, press the ■ button.
Selecting a different track during play
1.
To select a different track during play, press the I◀◀ or ▶▶I buttons until the desired track
number appears on the display, then release the button, playback will begin from this track.
2.
To play the next track, press the ▶▶I button once.
3.
To play the previous track, press the I◀◀ button twice.
4.
To play the current track from the beginning during play, press the I◀◀ button once.
Repeat play
1.
Press the REPEAT button to select the repeat play, to repeat the same track, press the REPEAT
button once, the display will show “
1 ”. (F.16)
2.
To repeat the entire disc, press the REPEAT button again, the display will show “
”. (F.17)
3.
To cancel repeat play, repeatedly press the REPEAT button until the repeat icon disappears in
the display.
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Random play (remote control only)
1. During CD stop, press the RANDOM button on the remote control to start random play, the display
will show “RANDOM” and the tracks will be started playing randomly. (F.18)
2.
During normal CD playback, first press the RANDOM button once, when the display shows
“RANDOM”, press the I◀◀ or ▶▶I buttons to randomly select playing another track.
3.
To cancel random play, press the RANDOM button again until the “RANDOM” disappears in the
display.
Program play
In CD stop mode, a maximum number of 20 tracks can be programmed to play in any desired order.
1.
Load your disc as usual and wait until the display shows the total number of tracks.
2.
Press the PROGRAM button, the display will show “P- 01” and flash. (F.19)
3.
Press the I◀◀ or ▶▶I buttons to select the first track to be programmed, then press the
PROGRAM button to confirm, the first track to play is now programmed, the display will show “P02” and ready for the next entry.
4.
Repeat the above procedure to program other tracks for program play.
5.
When you have completed programming, press the ▶/II button to begin program play, the display
will show “MEM”. Playback will begin on the first track you programmed and will continue until the
last programmed track has played.
6.
To erase the program, in CD stop mode, press the ■ button once; in CD play mode, press the ■
button twice. “MEM” will disappear in the display.
Repeat program play
You may use the program play and the repeat play features together to continuously repeat a
programmed playback. First program the desired playback sequence, then press the REPEAT button
to select repeating the current track or the entire programmed sequence.
F12
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F19
F18
TIMER FUNCTION
You can set the timer to switch on the system at your desired time, listening mode and volume level.
1. Press the TIMER button to toggle the timer function between “On” and “Off”, the display will show
the timer on/off status, the timer on mode and the time.(F. 20)
2.
To set the timer, press and hold the TIMER button until the display shows “Timer Set” and the
“hour” digit of the timer clock in the display will flash.(F. 21)
3.
Press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to set the time and press the TIMER button to confirm, first set the hour
and then the minute.
4.
When the time to switch on the system is set, the display will show the timer on mode and flash,
press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to select the mode (CD/FM/DAB), then press the TIMER button to
confirm and the timer on mode is set.
5.
The display will show the volume level and flash, press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to select the timer on
volume level, then press the TIMER button to confirm and the timer setting is now completed.
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SLEEP FUNCTION
This function allows you to program the system to switch off itself after a set period of time.
1.
To activate the sleep function, repeatedly press the SLEEP button, the sleep time in the display
will change in sequence on every press:
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
off
2.
3.
When the display shows your desired sleep time, release the button, the sleep timer is now
activated. The display will show “S#” in which “S1” is to indicate “10 minutes” sleep time and so
on. (F.22)
To cancel sleep function, press the SLEEP button once, the display will show “Sleep-Off” and the
“S#” will be disappeared.
F20
F21
F22
MUTE FUNCTION (remote control only)
Press the MUTE button on the remote control will stop the sound from the speakers temporarily, the
display will show “MUTE” and flash. To cancel mute and restore the sound, press the MUTE button
again or the VOLUME +/- button, the “MUTE” will disappear in the display.
HEADPHONE JACK
A 3.5mm type stereo headphone jack is located on the front panel. Connect a set of stereo
headphones (not included) to this jack for private listening without disturbing others. The external
speakers are automatically disconnected when the headphones are in use.
IMPORTANT: When using headphones always set the volume to a low level before you put the
headphones on. Then insert the headphones and gradually increase the volume to a comfortable
listening level.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the unit
Clean the outside of the unit with a clean soft cloth, moistened with lukewarm water. Do not use
benzene, thinners, or alcohol since they will damage the finish of the surfaces.
Cleaning the CD player Iens
The lens should never be touched. If dust is on the lens, blow it off using a camera lens blower (F. A).
(Consult your dealer.)
F. A
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COMPACT DISC
1.
Always use compact discs bearing the mark as shown.
2.
Notes on handling discs
Removing the disc from its storage case.
* Do not touch the reflective recorded surface.
* Do not stick paper or write anything on the surface.
* Do not bend the disc.
3.
Storage
* Store the disc in its case.
* Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or high temperatures, high humidity or dusty places.
4.
Cleaning a disc
* Should the disc become soiled, wipe off dust, dirt and fingerprints with a soft cloth.
* The disc should be cleaned from the centre to the edge.
FROM THE CENTRE TO THE EDGE
CORRECT
INCORRECT
* Never use benzene, thinners, record cleaner fluid or anti static spray.
* Be sure to close the CD door so the lens is not contaminated by dust.
* Do not touch the lens.
SPECIFICATIONS
POWER SUPPLY:
OUTPUT POWER:
UNIT DIMENSION:
SPEAKER BOX DIMENSION:
WEIGHT:
RADIO SECTION
FREQUENCY RANGE:
COMPACT DISC SECTION
OPTICAL PICKUP :
FREQUENCY RESPONSE :
LASER OUTPUT:
WAVE LENGTH:
AC~ 24 0V 50Hz
3W x 2
135 (L) x 233 (W) x 170 (H) mm
130 (L) x 135 (W) x 170 (H) mm
3.32Kg
DAB+ 174.928-239.200 MHz
FM
87.50-108.00 MHz
3 - BEAM LASER
100Hz - 16KHz
0.6mW (Maximum continuous wave)
790nm
* * SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION
No sound.
Volume control is set to minium.
Turn up the volume.
The wrong function is selected.
Select the correct function.
Faulty speaker connections.
Connect the speaker wires firmly to the
speaker terminals.
No power
No mains lead plug connection at the AC outlet.
Insert the plug into the AC outlet.
The power is on, but the CD player does not work.
No disc is loaded.
Load a disc.
Sound is heard from one speaker.
Faulty connection of speaker wires.
Connect the speaker wires firmly to the
speaker terminals.
The operation of the unit or display is not normal.
The unit must be reset.
1. Disconnect the main lead and replug again.
2. Resume operations.
The CD player does not start playback. No disc is
loaded.
Loaded a disc.
An unplayable disc is loaded. Load a playable disc.
The disc is not loaded correctly.
Load the disc with the label facing up on the disc tray.
FM stereo broadcast is hard to hear due to much
noise.
Weak signal.
Press the SELECT button to display “MONO”.
Reorient the FM aerial wire. Connect the speaker
wires firmly to the speaker terminals.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc or replace it.
The CD player does not start playback and
“NO FILE” appears.
An unplayable disc is loaded. Load a playable disc.
The disc is not loaded correctly.
Load the disc with the label facing up on the disc tray.
The remote controller does not work properly. The
batteries in the remote controller are weak, or
installed incorrectly.
Check the battery polarity (+ or -). Replace the battery.
The remote controller is not aimed at the remote
sensor window.
Aim the remote controller at the remote sensor window.
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CODE NO.:112975600
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Printed in China
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