Modell MCD-9700
Modell MCD-9700
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I. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE:
1) Power source: It is applicable to AC source of 220V-240V and 50Hz/60Hz.
2) Temperature: The ideal surrounding temperature is over 5 . Difficult operation may occur under
0 . Keep away from heat source.
3) Protection: Protect the cable plug, cable cord and socket against stepping, extruding and
dragging.
4) In case of no use for a long time
In case that you do not use for a long time by a trip or other, never fail to pull out the power plug
out of the receptacles.
5) Insertion of foreign substance will be prohibited
It might cause fire or hindrance if any subjects such as coin, needle which may conduct electricity
will be put into the unit. Particularly you have to pay attention to the children's mischief.
6) Water and moisture
The unit should not be used near water---for example, near bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, in a
wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like
7) Ventilation: Good ventilation is required.
Never put DISC or any fabric over the machine. Distance from wall shall be no less than 10cm for
good ventilation..
8) Cleaning
Always use a soft, dry cloth to clean the unit, Do not use such liquid as benzene or thinners, or
chemically-treated cloths. Also, do not spray aerosol type insecticides near the unit.
9) To prevent electric shocks
Never open the top cover, rear panel and touch internal parts. Doing so can result in malfunction.
When moving the unit, always unplug the power cord and disconnect all connection cords to
prevent short-circuits or damaged wires. If an object or water should enter the unit, unplug the
unit immediately and contact your store of purchase or qualified service personnel.
WARNING:
This equipment is the Class-I laser unit with low-power laser head inside. To prevent your eyes from
any injury caused by laser, please never open the casing or repair the equipment by yourself without
any authorization. The equipment must be repaired by the professional personnel.
Note: to lessen the danger of electric shock, do not remove the enclosure (or back) of the unit, for
there is no parts to be repaired inside the unit. Please send this unit to the professional personnel for
repair.
[The symbol of electricity with arrow inside the triangle aims at reminding the user that there is the
dangerous voltage without insulation inside this unit, which is sufficient to cause the danger of
electric shock to people.]
[The exclamation mark inside the triangle aims at reminding the user that there is the important
operation and maintenance manual accompanying with this unit.]
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be places on the apparatus.
The power switch of this apparatus is not all pole power switch, so when it is on off position, the
apparatus inside maybe still exist electric shock.
Warning: to lessen the danger of fire or electric shock, prevent this unit from wetness or dampness.
Note:
To avoid any electric shock, do not use the excessively long electric wire, socket or other
power inserts for this plug (with polarity) without any authorization. Insert all pins completely to
the end without any metal part exposed.
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2. PREPARATION BEFORE PLAY.
2.1 Accessory: (check if the following accessories are complete after unwrapping the box).
2X
1X
1X
SPEAKER WIRE
FM AERIAL
AM AERIAL
1X
1X
REMOTE CONTROL
MANUAL
2.2 Install the battery of the remote controller.
Press down on the compartment cover, and slide
to remove the cover.
Place the two batteries (UM4), (AAA), (LR03)
batteries in the remote control according to
the polarity markings ("+" and "-") inside the
compartment.
Place the cover over the compartment, press
down lightly, and push it upward until it snaps on.
II. BRIEF OVERVIEW OF CONTROL KEYS
1. IDENTIFICATION OF CONTROLS
Front view
1. Speaker
2. Remote receiving window
3. LCD display
4. Previous track button
5. Next track button
6. Stop button
7. BAND/USB/SD button
8. Play/Pause button
9. AUTO button
10. EQ button
11. INPUT button
12. Standby button
13. USB socket
14. SD socket
15. CD drawer
16. Headphone socket
17. AUX socket
18. Volume -/+ button
19. Open/Close button
Rear view
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
AM and FM aerial terminal
Speaker Connectors
FUSE (T2A 20MM)
Power ON/OFF Switch
Main Lead
2. SYSTEM CONNECTION DIAGRAM
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3. REMOTE CONTROL
1. STANDBY BUTTON
2. STOP BUTTON
3. PLAY BUTTON
4. PROG BUTTON
5. REPEAT BUTTON
6. RANDOM BUTTON
7. INTRO BUTTON
8. REVERSE SEARCH BUTTON
9. FORWARD SEARCH BUTTON
10. FOLDER+ BUTTON
11. TUNING - BUTTON
12. ENTER/ST/MO BUTTON
13. USB/SD BUTTON
14. MEM BUTTON
15. DISPLAY BUTTON
16. EQ BUTTON
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17. VOLUME-/+ BUTTON
18. SLEEP BUTTON
19. CLOCK BUTTON
20. OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON
21. PAUSE BUTTON
22. NUMERICAL BUTTON
23. RIPPING BUTTON
24. NEXT TRACK BUTTON
25. PREVIOUS TRACK BUTTON
26. TUNING + BUTTON
27. FOLDER- BUTTON
28. BAND BUTTON
29. AUTO BUTTON
30. MUTE BUTTON
31. INPUT BUTTON
32. TIMER BUTTON
III. BASIC OPERATION.
1. POWER ON: From the back, press the power switch on, and the standby light is turned on.
2. STANDBY: Press the STANDBY button to resume.
3. SIGNAL SELECTION: Press "INPUT" button can be chose the RADIO/CD/AUX format, each
time press the button can be chose one format.
a. Press “USB/SD” to converse to play Disc/USB/SD mode, when at the CD mode.
(USB/SD Function only playing while have without disc appearance)
Note: If use the USB or SD function when please confirm without Disc in the unit .
USB and SD function can not use at the same time
b. USB/SD Card socket: Press " " to catches out the disc, then in served the "USB/SD Card"
and press "USB/SD" to converse to play "USB/SD" mode, when at the CD mode.
c. Press "BAND" to converse to play AM/FM mode, when at the radio mode.
4. Adjusting the volume
To increase the volume:
1. Press the VOL control on the front panel, or press and hold the VOL+ button On the remote
control.
2. The LCD display will briefly show the selected setting.
To reduce the volume:
1. Press the VOL control on the front panel, or press and hold the VOL- button on the remote
control.
2. The LCD display will briefly show the selected setting.
To mute the sound:
1. Press the MUTE button, the LCD displays 'Mute ', press MUTE again to turn off, the LCD not
displays Mute .
5.Adjusting the EQ
Press the “EQ” button, each time can choose one function (FLAT, JAZZ, CLASSIC, POP, ROCK)
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6. SETTING THE CLOCK
The internal clock operates in 24-hour mode.
The clock may be set when the system is playing or when in standby mode.
To set the clock:
1). Press and hold the CLOCK button on the remote control until the LCD display briefly shows
‘Clock Set’ with the hour digits flashing.
or
buttons to set the hour.
2). Whilst the hour digits are flashing press the
or
buttons to set the minute
3). To set minutes press the CLOCK button again, now press the
digits. After a brief time the LCD display returns to the previously selected mode.
Note: The clock time settings will be lost when the system is switched off with the POWER ON/OFF
switch, or when the mains plug is removed.
Setting the sleep function
The Sleep function when set will automatically switch your system off after a preset time.
A range of sleep preset times are available from 90 minutes down to 10 minutes in 10 minute
intervals.
To view the preset times:
1). Repeatedly press the SLEEP button on the remote control to cycle through the range:
90>80>70>60>50>40>30>20>10 minutes, the LCD display then returns to the previously
selected mode.
To set a sleep preset time for 40 minutes:
1). Press the SLEEP button six times, the LCD display briefly shows ‘Sleep Time’and‘40
minutes’.
The system will now automatically turn off after 40 minutes.
To view the set sleep time remaining:
1). Press the SLEEP button once, the LCD display shows the time remaining.
To cancel the sleep function:
1). Repeatedly press the SLEEP button until the SLEEP indicator disappears from the display.
Setting the timer function
The timer, when set, will automatically switch your System ‘on’ from standby then and ‘off’ at
pre-selected times.
The timer function may be set when the system is playing or when in standby mode.
Before setting the timer make sure the clock is set to the correct time of day.
Tune in to a radio station or place a CD in the system. When the system is switched on by the timer
the radio or CD will then play.
To set the timer on and off times:
1). Press and hold the TIMER button on the remote control until the LCD display briefly shows either
a previously set timer setting or ‘Timer On Set 12:00’with the hour digits flashing.
or
buttons to set the
2). To set the timer ‘on’ time, whilst the hour digits are flashing press the
hour.
or
buttons to set the minute
3). To set minutes press the TIMER button again, now press the
digits.
4). To set the ‘off ’time press the TIMER button again, the LCD display will show ‘Set Off Timer’ with
the hour digits flashing. Follow the same procedure in steps 2 and 3 above to set the timer ‘off’
time. After a brief time the LCD display returns to the previously selected mode.
5). To activate the timer so that your Radio System will switch on at the set time, press the
STANDBY button to put the unit in to standby mode.
To check your timer setting:
1. Press and hold the TIMER button until the LCD display shows ‘Timer On Set’.
2. To show your previously set times repeatedly press the TIMER button to skip through your ‘on’
and ‘off ’ times.
To disable a timer setting:
1. Press the TIMER button briefly until the LCD display shows ‘Timer Function Disabled’.
After a brief time the LCD display returns to the previously selected mode, the timer is now
disabled.
To enable a timer setting:
1. Press the TIMER button briefly until the LCD display shows ‘Timer Function Enabled’.
After a brief time the LCD display returns to the previously selected mode, the timer is now
enabled.
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7. USING THE AM/FM RADIO
Press “INPUT” button to select AM/FM.
AM Frequency 522 to 1620KHz, FM Frequency 87.5 to 108MHz.
The auto tune function provided will automatically scan for stations and stop on a station with a
strong signal level.
The audio function allow listening in stereo and mono, there are 2 options ‘auto’ and ‘mono’. If
mono is selected any radio station broadcasting in stereo will only be heard in mono sound. This
can be useful because when listening to a weak station in stereo selecting mono can often
improve the quality of reception.
Auto tune function
Note: Ensure the telescopic aerial is fully extended.
To start the auto tune function to scan for the next radio station:
xxxxx
1). If disc play mode is currently selected Press the INPUT button,
Radio
the LCD will display the welcome screen:
2). Press the BAND button until the LCD display shows
‘Switching to FM’. The radio will then tune to the station that was previously selected.
3). Press the AUTO button, the LCD will show frequencies changing until a station is
found, the station is then played.
Manual tune
1). Whilst listening to a station press the buttons TUNING ‘-’ or ‘+ ’ to tune up or down.
The LCD display will show the frequency changing.
Selecting audio function
To select audio function ‘auto’ (stereo and mono reception) or ‘mono’(mono only reception):
1). Whilst listening to a station pressing the ENTER/ST/MO button will select ‘auto’ or ‘mono’ mode.
The LCD display shows ‘Audio mode: Mono’ or ‘Audio mode: auto’.
Store and recall a preset station
This unit has 30 presets for FM and 20 presets for AM. Please use the following
steps to store favorite stations into the preset memories:
a. Press the BAND button to select the required AM/FM
b. Press “ AUTO” button or “TUNING”“-”/“+”button to turning stations.
C. Press “MEM” button 3 sec,When have CH-XX ’
CH-02 93.50MHz
show on display and bicker, that press the number key of remote,
Auto (Stereo)
to set the stations. And press this key every time will
turn to the preset stations
Select each of the tracks you wish to play using the numeric buttons. If you
require to programmed a track above 10, use the 10+ button. Each press of this
button will increase the selection by ten. For example:
To programmed track 12, press the 10+ button once and then press the 2 button.
To programmed track 24, press the 10+ button twice and then press the 4 button.
Displaying data information
To display data information:
1. Whilst listening to a station repeatedly press the DISPLAY button to select the data information
required, the display will show the data information in the bottom line of the LCD display.
Typical examples of data information screens:
Program type
Radio R4
Current
Current time
and date
Radio R4
08 : 44
FM
Affairs
FM
03 - 06 - 2005
Scrolling text
information
Radio R4
he
Bank
of
FM
Engla
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8. USING THE CD/MP3 PLAYER
WARNING! THIS PRODUCT USES A CLASS 1 LASER.
AVOID ANY DIRECT EXPOSURE TO THE LASER BEAM.
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR PROCEDURES NOT
LISTED IN THIS GUIDE MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS EXPOSURE.
Handling Compact Discs
To remove a CD from its storage case, press down on the centre
of the case and lift the disc out.
Hold the disc by the edges. Avoid touching the recorded side of the disc.
Compatible Compact Discs
Only compact discs identified with the mark shown opposite can be
used with your CD player.
For positions of the controls referred to in these instructions see the
illustration.
Loading and playing CD discs
1. Press the Function button until CD/USB/CARD is displayed on the screen
2. To open the CD drawer press the
button. The LCD display shows Open.
3. Place the CD in the compartment with the label side facing upwards.
4. To close the CD drawer press the
button again. The LCD shows Closed, when fully closed the
CD player starts to spin the disc, the LCD will display Reading Disc.
5. The CD starts to play, the LCD display will show track the number playing and time played, see
example below.
Play
Audio
01 01:26
CD
Removing CDs
1. Press the
button, the CD will stop playing. The LCD will display Stop and the number of tracks
and play time of the CD.
2. Wait until the CD stops spinning then press
to open the CD drawer. Remove the disc then
press
to close the CD drawer.
CAUTION! Do not put anything other than a CD into the compartment.
Other objects may damage the CD mechanism. Do not force the lid to
open further than the mechanism allows. Keep the lid closed when not in
use to prevent dirt and dust from entering the mechanism.
Never insert more than one CD at a time. If a CD is deeply scratched or too dirty, it may not play.
Pause
1. To stop a track temporarily, press the
button on the remote control. The CD will pause at the
current play position. The LCD display shows the current track and the time played.
2. To resume play, press the
button on the remote control.
Skip forwards or backwards through tracks
1. To select the next track, press the
button. If you are on the last track of the CD, the player will
return to track 1.
2. To go back to the previous track press the
button. If you are on the track 1 of the CD, the
player will go to the last track on the CD.
3. To play a particular track press either
or
buttons until the track number required is shown
on the LCD display.
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Programmed track selection
You can set your CD Player to play a preset selection of tracks.
1. Press the
so the CD is not playing then press the PROG button. The LCD display will show 00
P- 00. The first two digits 00 are where the selected track number is entered, P-00 Is the program
counter which will increment after a track is entered.
2. Press either
or
buttons until the required track number is shown. The LCD displays the
selected track and the program counter which has incremented to P-01.
3. Press the PROG button again, the LCD will now display 00 P-02 and is ready for another track to
be entered.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above until all the tracks are stored.
5. To clear a program so the program counter is reset to 00 P-00 press the
button.
6. To play the programmed tracks press the
button.
7. When playing a program you can skip through the programmed selection using the
and
buttons.
8. After all the programmed tracks have been played, the CD player stops automatically and your
programmed selection is cleared.
Note: There can be up to a maximum of 20 tracks stored, the same track can be stored more than
once.
Repeat disc play
You can set your CD player to repeat a single track, the whole CD or your programmed selection
of tracks.
To repeat a single track during play mode:
1. Press either
or
buttons to select the track you wish to repeat. The LCD display shows the
selected track and the track will play.
2. Press the REPEAT button until the LCD display shows ‘Repeat One track’ The selected track will
play continuously until you press the
button.
3. To cancel the repeat function and to continue playing the CD press the REPEAT button until the
LCD display shows ‘Repeat Off’.
To repeat a single track during stop mode:
1. Press either
or
buttons to select the track you wish to repeat. The LCD display shows the
selected track.
2. Press the REPEAT button until the LCD display shows Repeat One track.
3. Press the
button to start repeat single play.
To repeat the entire CD during play mode:
1. Press the REPEAT button until the LCD display shows ‘Repeat All Track’. The entire disc will play
continuously until you press the
button.
2. To cancel the repeat function and to continue playing the CD press the REPEAT button until the
LCD display shows ‘Repeat Off’.
To repeat the entire CD during stop mode:
1. Press the REPEAT button until the LCD display shows ‘Repeat All Track’.
2. Press the
button to start repeat entire play.
To repeat a programmed selection:
Select your programmed tracks as described previously.
1. Whilst the programmed selection is playing press the REPEAT button until the LCD display shows
Repeat All. The programmed tracks will play continuously until you press the
button.
2. To cancel the repeat function and to continue playing the CD press the REPEAT button until the
LCD display shows ‘Repeat Off’.
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Skip forwards or backwards through tracks(MP3)
Please follow as previously described.
Programmed track selection (MP3)
Please follow as previously described.
Repeat disc play (MP3)
With the exception of repeat an MP3 folder, please follow as previously described.
Repeat an MP3 folder
You can set your MP3 player to repeat a folder, this will repeatedly play all the tracks within the
folder.
To repeat the currently playing folder:
1. Press the REPEAT button until the LCD display show ‘Repeat Dir’. All tracks within the folder
currently playing will now be repeated continuously.
2. To cancel the repeat folder function and to continue playing the CD press the REPEAT button until
the LCD display shows ‘Repeat Off’.
To select a folder for repeat in stop mode:
1. Press the REPEAT button until the LCD display shows ‘Repeat Dir’.
2. Press the
or
buttons until the folder for repeat is shown on the LCD display.
3. Press the
button to start play. All tracks within the folder currently playing will now be repeated
continuously.
4. To cancel the repeat folder function and to continue playing the CD press the REPEAT button until
the LCD display shows ‘Repeat Off’.
9. USING THE RIPPING
Ripping main function is copy the CD mode date form CD and transform it to the MP3 mode date
into the USB/CARD. When it under the CDDA display state, first to press the RIPPING button
then the system will copy the CD mode date from one up. At one time the system will transform
the CD format date to the MP3 format and leave it on the USB/CARD.(System will auto to detect
the medium, first is the USB→CARD.(If not find the USB/CARD in ,this function couldn’t go on .
During the Ripping state press again the Ripping button then the ripping will stop. If the song not
copy complete .It will lose it. But the song still goes on playing. If it’s under MP3 format play state,
the ripping function is like the same as copy function. Press the RIPPING button, then the system
will copy the songs in the USB/CARD. During the copy if you press the RIPPING button again,
then the Ripping function will stop and the currently will lose, but the disc playing not affect.
Similarly is when you play the song in the USB ,then you press the RIPPING button , the system
will copy the song into the CARD ,and you press the button again ,then the copy will stop .And the
currently song will lose to copy But the not affect the song playing. (This function is the same as
the CARD)
„ CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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Cleaning CDs
Use a soft cloth to remove fingerprints and dust from the disc surface.
Wipe in a straight line from the centre to the outside of the disc.
z Never use chemicals such as record sprays, anti-static sprays,
benzine or thinners to clean your CDs.
z To reduce the risk of scratches, always put CDs back in their cases after use.
z Do not expose CDs to direct sunlight, high humidity or high temperatures for long periods.
z Do not stick paper or write on either side of the CD.
IV .TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
CD/Radio System
Mains supply....................................................................................................... 230V AC ~50Hz
AM Tuner frequency range ................................................................................ 522 to 1620KHz
FM Tuner frequency range........................................................................ 87.5 to 108MHz(RDS)
CD Formats ........................................................................................................ CD, CD-R, MP3
Front socket............................................................................................................ USB2.0、SD
CD frequency response......................................................................................... 20Hz to 20kHz
Amplifier frequency response................................................................................ 20Hz to 20kHz
Amplifier output power....................................................................................................... 2x15 W
Speaker impedance ......................................................................................................... 6 ohms
Main unit size ................................................................................... 200(W)×260(D)×140(H)mm
* Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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