Pyle PTCDS7UBTBW User manual

Pyle PTCDS7UBTBW User manual
Layout & Controls:
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Dial pointer
LCD display
Functions switch
Power LED indicator
Power on/off, volume up/down knob
Bluetooth LED indicator
MP3 folder up button
Source button
Bluetooth/Phono button
button
Record
CD door
SD/MMC card slot
Radio band selector switch
FM stereo LED indicator
Tuning knob
Remote sensor
button
Skip/search down
button
Skip/search up
CD door open button
button
Play/pause/stop
USB socket
3.5 mm headphone jack
Tape forward / eject button
Cassette door cover
Mobile drawer
Aux in jack
Spindle adaptor
Turntable selector
Auto stop switch
Pick-up holder
FM wire antenna
Line out socket (l/r)
110/220V selector
AC cord
Caution:
Usage of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure. This unit should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except
qualified service personnel.
Precautions for use
Installation
• Unpack all parts and remove protective material.
• Do not connect the unit to the mains before checking the mains voltage and before all other
connections have been made.
• Do not cover any vents and make sure that there is a space of several centimeters around the unit for
ventilation.
Connection
Caution: Before connecting the AC cord to main AC power outlet, please check
carefully the supply voltage of your location and select the proper voltage position
of the 110/220V selector(33). Wrong selection and use of the 110/220V power
selector switch (33) may damage your unit and pose as a fire hazard.
1. Connect the power cord (33) to your wall AC outlet.
2. Turn on the power (5) until the LCD display (2) with blue backlight on.
3. Then switch the Function selector (3) to “ Tuner “ function. If sound is coming out from the speaker, it
means the power supply is correct and the unit is functioning. Your system is ready to play music.
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Listening to radio
Manual tuning
1. Select the desired band by Radio band selector (13) (AM or FM or FM-Stereo).
2. Tune to the required station by turning the Tuning knob (15).
3. Adjust volume knob (5) to the desired volume level.
FM & FM-Stereo reception
 Set the Radio band selector (13) at the “FM” position (Alternate option for weak-signal reception
station searching.)
 Set the radio band selector (13) at “FM-St” position for receiving stereo programs. The FM-Stereo LED
indicator (14) will light up to show FM stereo program is receiving.
Hints for best reception:- AM : The receiver has a built-in AM bar antenna. If AM reception is weak, slightly rotate or
re-positioning of the unit which will usually improve the AM reception.
- FM : The receiver has a built-in FM wire antenna (31) hanging at the rear cabinet. This wire should be
totally unraveled and extended for best reception.
Playing compact discs
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Turn Function selector (3) to select “ CD/USB/SD ” mode.
Press “Open/Close” button (19) to open the CD door (11).
Place a CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray & then close the CD door.
Focus search is performing, the LCD display (2) will show the total number of tracks & total playing
time.
 Play / pause / stop mode
1. Press the “ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (20) to start playback, the first track will start playback.
2. To interrupt, press the “ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (20) once, the playing time will be freeze & flashing
on the LCD display (2). Press again to resume normal playback.
3. If press and hold the “ Play / Pause/Stop “ button (20) for over 2 seconds during playback mode. The
system will go to stop mode.
/ skip/search down
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 Skip/search mode (skip/search up
1. During play or pause mode, if “Skip up” button (18) is pressed. It will go to next track and display the
track no. And then remain the play or pause mode.
2. During play or pause mode, if “Skip down” button (17) is pressed. It will go back to the beginning of the
track, original track no. is display and remain the play or pause mode.
3. After step 2, press “Skip down” button (17) again will go to the previous track and remain the play or
pause mode.
4. If press and hold the “ Skip up/down button “ (18,17) during CD/MP3 file playback, the playing track will
go fast forward or backward until the button being released.
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For MP3 disc
Press “ MP3 folder “ up button (7), the folder no. will goes up
“ or skip down
(18,17) button, the track no. change.
Press “ skip up
When the desired track is being selected, press the “ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (20) to start playback.
*Refer to the remote control diagram button layout found later in this manual for button control layout.
ID3 (track/album title) function (by remote control)
1. Press the “ Info “ button during playback of MP3 disc, the song title is being displayed. Press the “info ”
button again to disable this function.
Song title/folder name search function (by remote control)
You can search the track by the title/folder name in disc during stop mode:1. Press the “ Find “ button once, then press the “Skip up” (or Skip down) button (18,17), you can search
the title of each song one by one under alphabet order on LCD display (2), then press the CD
“ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (20) to start the playback of the selected track.
2. Press it again, the “ Find ” button, the folder name will be displayed. Then press the “Skip up” (or Skip
down) button (18,17) to select the desired folder, and press the CD “ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (20) to
start the playback of all tracks inside that selected folder.
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Remark:- In that case of no name had been assigned for the track, “ none “ or “ unknown “ will be displayed” on
LCD display (2).
- The system supports the English alphabet and numerals, only for ID3 text function ability.
MP3 track format requirement:- MP3 bit rate : 32 kbps~256 kbps.
- The performance of playing MP3 discs is various from the quality of recording discs and the method of
recording. Furthermore, the searching lead-time for MP3-CD is longer than normal standard CDs due
to the different format.
 Repeat/Intro/Random mode (by remote control)
Press the Repeat/Intro/Random button before or during playback, a single track, single folder (MP3 file
only) or all the tracks can be played in difference mode as follow:For CD:
(1) Repeat 1
(2) Repeat all track
Play mode
Repeat track
Repeat all
Intro
Random
Off mode
Indicator on LCD display
(3) Intro
(4) Random
(5) off mode
ALL
INTRO
RANDOM
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For MP3 discs:
(1) Repeat 1
(6)Off mode
Play mode
Repeat single track
Repeat all tracks
Repeat single folder
Intro play mode
Random mode
Off mode
(2) Repeat 1 folder
(5)Random
(3) Repeat all folder
(4) Intro play
Indicator on LCD display
ALL
INTRO
RANDOM
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 Repeat play
You can listen the desired track or folder repeatedly by this function.
 Intro play
You can listen the beginning (10 seconds) of each track in a CD by this function & saving your time to
search the desire song
 Random play
You can listen all the tracks or folder in a random order by this function
CD/MP3 disc programming (by remote control)
Up to 32 tracks can be programmed for CD or MP3 file and played in any order. Before use, be sure the
system is at stop mode before programming:1. Set in CD/USB/SD mode & stop the CD/MP3 disc playback.
2. Press the “Program” button, “ PROG “ indicator will appear on LCD display (2). Moreover, it will
indicate program no. and digits for track no. to be programmed.
or
buttons (18,17).
3. Select a desired track by pressing skip
4. Press the “ Program ” button to store the track into memory.
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CD/MP3 disc programming (by remote control), continued...
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter additional tracks into the memory if necessary.
button (20)
6. When all the desired tracks have been programmed, press CD “ Play/Pause/Stop ”
to play the disc in assigned order.
7. To cancel the programmed file, press “Stop” button on remote handset until “ PROG “ indicator is
disappear on LCD display (2)
Playback of MP3 song via USB storage media or memory card
Connecting
The system is able to decode and playback all MP3 files which are stored in the memory media with USB
connecting port or SD/MMC memory card.
1. Set Function selector (3) at CD/USB/SD mode and then press
source button (8) to select “ USB or Card” mode.
2. Plug-in the USB plug with the face up & make sure it going into
completely or insert the memory card in the direction of the
arrow as shown in the label on the underside of the memory
card slot cover. Insert straight without bending.
 Connecting the UBS upside down or backwards could
damage the audio system or the storage media (USB
thumb drive / SD/MMC card). Check to be sure the
insertion direction is correct before connection.
3. The system will start reading the storage media automatically after connecting, and LCD display (2)
will show the total number of MP3 files and total number of folder being detected.
4. Repeat the same playback procedure as playing CD/MP3 disc as above
Notes:
- The system can detect and read the file under MP3 format only though the USB or SD flash card.
- If connect the system to MP3 player via the USB socket, due to variances in MP3 encoding
format, some MP3 player may not be able to play via the USB socket. This is not a malfunction
of the system.
- USB port does not support connection with USB extension cable and is not designed for
communication with computer directly.
Listing to tape cassette
General operation
Cassette playback
The system will start the playback automatically after inserting of cassette tape.
Stop and ejection
Press the “ Tape forward / eject “ button completely inwards and the cassette. Tape
will be ejected though the cassette door cover. The “ Tape forward/eject“ button will
keeping at lowest height position.
Fast forward
Press the “ Tape forward / eject “ button half inwards during playback mode, the
tape winding forward direction. The “ Tape forward / eject “ button will keeping at
middle height position.
Slightly press the “ Tape forward / eject “ button again to resume normal playback. The “ Tape forward /
eject “ button will resume to the highest position.
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Please note:
- Make sure the direction is correct when inserting the tape into the system.
- There is some searching noise can be heard and the system cannot perform normal playback function
during fast forward mode.
- This is recommended to take out the cassette tape from the system every times after listening and
don’t leave the cassette tape inside the system when not under playback mode.
Phono - Vinyl record playing:
Please Note:
- Remove the stylus protector prior to attempting to play any record.
- Be sure that the tone arm is being detached from the tone arm rest before
operating -- and then re-secured again afterwards of playing the vinyl record.
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Select “ Bluetooth/Phono/Aux ” function from function selector (3)
Set the speed selector to the proper position depending on the record to be played.
Place the record on the platter (use the spindle adaptor if required).
Lift the tone arm from the rest and slowly move it to the record side. The platter will
start to rotate.
Place the tone arm to the desired position of the record.
Adjust the volume to the desired level.
At the end of record, the platter will automatically stop rotating. Lift the tone arm
from the record and return it to the rest.
To stop manually, lift the tone arm from the record and return it to the rest.
Remark: As some kind of record the auto-stop area was out of the unit setting, so it will stop before the last
rack finish. In this case, select the auto-stop switch (29) to “ off “ position, then it will run to the end of the
record but will not stop automatically (turn off the unit by power button or switch back the auto-stop switch
to “ on “ position to stop the platter rotate). Then put back the tone arm to the rest position.
Aux-in connection with mobile drawer
Connect another audio device, e.g. (portable) CD player, MP3 player, to this system via
a with 3.5mm dia. plug. Connect one end of this cord to the 3.5mm dia. headphone jack
on the external device and the other end to the Aux-in jack (26) on the back of the unit.
Set the Function selector (3) to Bluetooth/Phono/Aux position. When connected in this
way it is possible to play back the music already on the connected device and the
portable device such as mobile phone, portable MP3 player…etc
Bluetooth connecting and Playback
1. Set the Function selector (3) to Bluetooth /Phono/Aux position and keep the Phono/ Bluetooth button
(9) in low level (Bluetooth).
2. The Bluetooth LED indicator (6) will be flashing, it means the Bluetooth in not yet connected and in
pairing / searching mode.
3. Switch on the Bluetooth feature of your Bluetooth device (such as mobile phone) and select “ Pyle
Turntable ” from the available network list.
4. Once the connecting was finish and connect successfully, the Bluetooth LED(6) will change to light up.
5. Start to playback your Bluetooth device and enjoy the music by the turntable unit.
Remark :
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As the 'Bluetooth/Phono/Aux' function of this product designed in the same channel, the Aux in jack
has first priority. So please make sure you do not have an audio device connected via Aux input if you
wish to stream media via Bluetooth.
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To re-connect or disconnect from the Bluetooth connection, press and hold the Play button (2), as
this will disconnect the Bluetooth device from the turntable. Repeat step 3 above to connect another
Bluetooth device.
Line out connection
You can connect the system to your whole hi-fi system by connecting the line out socket (32) to the
auxiliary input socket with a RCA cable (not included).
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Recording of CD / Phono or Cassette tape into MP3 file
The system is able to record CD, Vinyl Record (from Phono) and cassette deck file (from Tape) to MP3
format -- onto the connected USB Flash Drive or SD Memory card.
A) CD Recording:
I) Recording 1 track of a CD:
1. Plug in the USB pen drive for recording (make sure it has enough memory available).
2. Play the CD track you want to encode/record, as normal.
3. Press the “ Record “ button (10) during playback of the desired track
“&“
“ will be flashing on the LCD display (2) to show encoding is in progress.
4. “
5. After the recording process has finished, the unit will stop playback automatically.
II) Recording a complete CD:
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Place a CD with the printed side facing up inside the CD tray & then close the CD door.
2.
After the disc search has been completed, press the “Record“ button (10) – note: for recording the
whole CD, do not press “ Play/Pause/Stop ” button (20) before pressing the " Record " button(except
in Recording in program mode) as this procedure will only record the first track of the CD.
“&“
“ will be flashing on the LCD display (2) to show recording is in progress.
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After the recording process has finished, the unit will stop playback automatically.
III) Recording by set CD programming:
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Place a CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray & then close the co door
2.
Select the desire tracks by following “ CD/MP3 disc programming “ procedures. Then press
“ Play/Pause/Stop “ button (20) to start playback.
“&“
“ & flashing. The unit is
3.
Press the “ Record “ button (10) and the unit will display “
now recording.
4.
After recording, the unit will stop playback automatically.
Recording Notes:
- Insert either one type of memory media (USB pen drive or SD/MMC card) to the unit for recording
process from CD/Phono/Tape respectively.
- The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual plying time of the Phono Record or Tape
- The system will create a “ audio “ folder for encoding file and “ copy “ for copying the created file.
- The recording format is preset at – MP3 bit rate : 128 kbps, sampling rate : 44.1khz
- No song title or ID3 Tag readout info will be recorded during your recording.
- To interrupt the recording, press the “ Record “ button again during record mode.
- The system will store the file to USB source first if both USB and SD slot are being occupied during
recording of Phono or Tape mode.
- Recording a CD to MP3 file will only be successful if the entire song is recorded. If you
interrupt the recording prior to a full track being played,a file will not be saved.
IV) Copying of MP3 files
If you insert an MP3 disc instead of a regular audio CD, the system will copy the files to the USB or
SD/MMC card when you press the “ Record “ button (10). The operation procedures is same as CD
recording. Note, this process will only be successful if the entire song is played.
Remarks:
- The system will store the file to USB source first if both USB and SD slot are being occupied by
storage media.
- If you press the “ Record “ button (10) during playback of USB or SD source, the file will copy from
USB to SD or SD to USB.
B) Phono vinyl record encoding:
1. Plug in the USB pen drive for recording (make sure it has enough memory available).
2. Set the function button (3) to “ Phono “ position and then press the “ record “ button (10) directly.
“&“
3. The LCD display (2) with show the word “ USB “ and flashing, after then display “
“ and flashing. Now the system is starting the encoding mode.
4. Start playback at Phono for the track which you want to record to USB or SD card.
5. After you're finished recoding, press and hold the “ Record “ button (10) until the text on LCD display
(2) stops flashing and returns to Phono mode.
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C) Cassette encoding:
1. Plug in the USB pen drive for recording (make sure it had enough empty space).
2. Set the function button (3) to “ Tape “ mode and then press the “ record “ button (10) directly.
“&“
3. The LCD display (2) with show the word “ USB “ and flashing, after then display “
“ and flashing. Now the system is in record mode.
4. Start playback of the cassette tape with the track you prepare to record.
5. After you're finished recoding, press and hold the “ record “ button (10) until the symbols “
“
“ disappear. The screen will then resume to “ tape “ mode on LCD display (2).
“&
D) File copy from USB to SD (or vice versa):
The system allows you to copy the files from the USB source to SD/MMC card by pressing the “ Record
“ button (10):I) Copying 1 track (copy from SD card to USB)
1. Perform normal playback of the track at SD/MMC card you want to copy,
2. Press “ Record “ button (10) during the playback of the desired track, the unit will display “
“
“ and flashing. Now copying is being performed.
3. After copying is completed, unit will stop playback automatically.
“&
II) Copying all tracks (copy from SD card to USB mode)
1. Select “ SD “ mode and then insert the SD/MMC card you want to copy.
2. After reading of card information is completed, press the “ Record “ button (10) and the unit will display
“&“
“ and flashing. Now copying is being performed.
“
After copying is completed, unit will stop playback automatically.
E) Recording bitrate (by remote control)
You can select the desired bitrate during recording, the higher bit rate will generate better sound quality but
will occupy more space of memory. The selectable range is from 32 / 64 / 96 /128 / 192 / 256 kbps
respectively.
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Set in “ Phono “ function (3) & remain in stop mode.
Press the “Info“ button on the remote handset and the LCD display (2) will show the default bitrate
(128 kbps)
or
buttons (18,17) to select the desire bitrate for encoding.
Press skip
Press again the “ info “ to confirm the setting and the LCD display (2) will resume to phono mode
F) Track separation (by remote control)
You can divide the recording music from Phono or Tape to USB/SD track by trace during recording. Every
“ (track separation) button on the remote control during recording from Phono or
time you press the “
Tape to USB/SD, the system will generate a new track. The text “ PHONO “ or “ TAPE “ on the LCD
display (2) will flash one time, this means the unit is creating a new track successfully.
File deletion at USB / SD card (by remote control)
The system is able to erase the file stored inside your USB pen drive or SD/MMC card by following:A)
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Single file deletion
Select “ USB “ or “ SD “ mode.
Press and hold the “ Info “ button for 3 seconds and the LCD display (2) will show (del ---001)
or skip backward
button to select the file to be deleted
Press skip forward
“ button to enter “ YES / NO “ mode and then press Skip forward
or Skip
Press the “ Rec
to select “ YES “ or “ NO “.
backward
“ button again to confirm the setting.
5. Press the “ Rec
B) All file deletion (by remote control)
1. Select “ USB “ or “ SD “ mode.
2. Press and hold the “ Info “ button for 3 seconds and the LCD display (2) will show (del ---001)
3. Press and hold the “ Info “ button again and the LCD will show “ FORMAT / Y/N “and will flash.
or Skip backward
to select “ Y (yes) “ or “ N (no) “.
4. Then press Skip forward
“ button again to confirm the setting.
5. Press the “ Rec
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Notes:
- All the files inside the USB storage media or SD card will be deleted completely after confirming to “ Y
(yes) “ when asked to FORMAT.
- Press “ Stop “ button once at remote handset to quit the delete mode.
Removing USB / SD memory card
To remove the USB / SD memory card, turn off the power or switch the function mode to either CD, Tape or
Tuner first. For USB port – un-plug it by pulling out the USB socket directly, for memory card – press the
memory card inward & then release, to allow it to pop out.
Remote control transmitter
Battery installation (battery not provided)
The infra-red transmitter requires 2 pcs AAA size battery for operation
Button description
Find
In MP3 playback, press to active file/folder
name search function.
Info
In MP3 playback mode : press to active
id3 function. In Phono mode : press to
select encoding bitrate
Rec
Press to active encoding or recording
function
Rep/Intro/Ran
In SD/USB mode, press to active repeat /
intro / random function
Program
In SD/USB mode, press to active
programming function
Play/pause
In SD/USB mode, press once to start
playback. Press again to enter pause
mode.
Skip/search forward
Press once to skip to next track, press & hold for search
forward
Press once to skip to previous track, press & hold for search
backward
Skip/search backward
Stop
In SD/USB mode, press to stop playback or cancel the stored
program.
Folder up
/ down
Source
(Track separation)
In SD/USB mode, press to select folder up or down
In SD/USB mode, press to select SD or USB mode
repeatedly
press to divide the recording track at turntable or tape one by
one during encoding
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PTCDS7UBTB - Black Finish
PTCDS7UBTW - Wood Grain Finish
Bluetooth Retro Vintage Classic Style Turntable Record Player, Vinyl-to-MP3 Recording
Bluetooth Connectivity:
Built-in Bluetooth for Wireless Music Streaming
Works with All of Your Favorite Devices
(iPhone, Android, Smartphone, iPad, Tablet, etc.)
Stream your Audio through the Turntable's Speaker System
Classic Record Player with Modern Technology
Play it All: (3) Speed Turntable: 33-1/3, 45, and 78 RPM
Ensures You Can Enjoy All Your Favorite Vinyl Records
AM/FM Radio with Illuminated Classic Dial Display
Vinyl-to-MP3 Recording Ability
Aux (3.5mm) Input Connector Jack
Ability to Connect External Devices
(iPhone, Android, Smartphones, iPad, Tablets, etc.)
Dual Built-in Stereo Speakers
Blue Backlight LCD Digital Display
Simple Rotary Knobs and Button Control Center
USB Flash Drive & SD Memory Card Readers
Plays Your Favorite Digital Audio Files
Rear Panel RCA (L/R) Line Output Connector Jacks
Ability to Connect External Audio Speaker Systems
Front-Loading Single CD Tray
Side Panel Cassette Tape Slot
Headphone Jack (3.5mm)
Slide-Out Device Holder
Collapsible Top Lid Cover Reveals Record Player
Includes 45 RPM Adapter & Remote Control
Vinyl-to-MP3 Recording:
Turns Your Vinyl Records into Compact Digital Audio Files
Save and Share Your Music
Easy Transfer to Mac or PC
Quick & Easy Digital Audio File Creation
Records to USB Flash Drive or SD Memory Card
*Can Also Record Cassette, CD & Bluetooth Audio
Audio File Type Created: .mp3
Technical Specs:
Bluetooth Network Name: Pyle Turntable
Power: 110/220V, AC Switchable
CD/CD-R Compatible Disc Player
MP3 Digital Audio File Compatibility
Maximum USB Flash/SD Card Support: 16GB
Dimensions (L x W x H): 16.0'' x 13.6'' x 8.7''
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