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CD
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
EQ
SEL
LV
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
EX
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2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUKSI
LVT1250-001A
(UN)
INDONESIA
KW-XC88
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
IMPOR TANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
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Precautions:
1.CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2.CAUTION: Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct
exposure to beam.
3.CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Leave all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
4.CAUTION: This CD player uses invisible laser radiation, however, is equipped with safety switches
to prevent radiation emission when unloading CDs. It is dangerous to defeat the safety switches.
5.CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
About the demonstration mode (DEMO MODE)...
When shipped from the factory, “DEMO” is set to “DEMO ON” in this unit. The demonstration will
start automatically if no sound comes in for 3 minutes. (See page 25.)
To deactivate the demonstration mode
1 Press and hold SEL for more than 2 seconds so that one of the PSM items appears on the display.
2 Press
or
to select “ DEMO. ”
3 Press - to select “ DEMO OFF ”.
4 Press SEL (Select) to finish the setting.
CAUTION on Volume Setting
CDs produce very little noise compared with other sources. If the volume level is adjusted for the
tuner, for example, the speakers may be damaged by the sudden increase in the output level.
Therefore, lower the volume before playing a CD and adjust it as required during playback.
KW-XC88
How to reset your unit
Press the reset button on the front panel using
a ball-point pen or similar tool.
CD
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
TAPE / AUX
AUX
10
+10
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
EX
MODE
1
2
FM / AM
45Wx4
DISP
EQ
SEL LV
Note:
Your preset adjustments such as preset channels or
sound adjustments will be erased.
CD / CH
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to
ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit.
SOUND ADJUSTMENTS .................. 18
About the demonstration mode
(DEMO MODE) .....................................
How to reset your unit ..............................
2
2
LOCATION OF THE BUTTONS ...........
4
Control panel ............................................
Remote controller .....................................
Preparing the remote controller ...............
4
5
6
BASIC OPERATIONS ......................
7
RADIO OPERATIONS .....................
8
Listening to the radio ................................
Storing stations in memory ......................
Automatic preset: SSM ..........................
Manual preset ........................................
Storing your favorite station into the
EX (extra) button .................................
Tuning in to a preset station .....................
Other convenient tuner functions .............
Scanning broadcast stations .................
Showing a station name ........................
Selecting FM reception mode ................
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CD OPERATIONS .......................... 12
Playing a CD ............................................
Playing a CD Text .....................................
Locating a track or a particular portion
on a CD ................................................
Selecting CD playback modes .................
Prohibiting CD ejection ............................
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CONTENTS
12
13
Adjusting the sound .................................
Reinforcing the bass sound .....................
Selecting preset sound modes .................
Storing your own sound adjustments .......
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19
20
LEVEL METER SETTING .................. 21
Selecting level meter patterns ..................
Level meter patterns ..............................
21
21
OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS ............... 22
Setting the clock .......................................
Changing general settings (PSM) ............
Assigning names to the sources ..............
22
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25
EXTERNAL COMPONENT OPERATIONS ... 27
CD CHANGER OPERATIONS ............. 28
Playing CDs .............................................
Selecting CD playback modes .................
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30
MAINTENANCE ............................ 31
Handling cassettes ...................................
Handling CDs ...........................................
31
32
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................... 33
SPECIFICATIONS .......................... 35
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TAPE OPERATIONS ....................... 15
Listening to a tape ....................................
Finding the beginning of a tune ................
Other convenient tape operations ............
Skipping blank portions on the tape ......
Playing the current tune repeatedly .......
Prohibiting tape ejection ...........................
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BEFORE USE
*For safety...
.
• Do not raise
the volume level too much, as this will
block outside sounds, making driving dangerous.
• Stop the car before performing any complicated
operations.
* Temperatur e inside the car...
If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or
cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car
becomes normal before operating the unit.
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LOCATION OF THE BUTTONS
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Control panel
1
11
2
12
CD
3
DISP
5
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
4
13
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
6
SEL
EQ
LV
14
15
PROG
7
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
8
9
10
MODE
16
17
EX
1
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
18
Display window
19
20
24 25
26
27
28
23
29
Control panel
Display window
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
19 Dolby NR indicator
20 EQ level indicator/S.BASS (Super Bass) level/
level meter
21 Main display
22 Level meter
23 Play mode indicators
RND (random), RPT (repeat),
B.SKIP (blank skip)
24 CD indicator
25 TAPE indicator
26 Text name indicators
DISC, TRACK, STATION
27 Source indicators
CD, CD-CH (CD-changer), TAPE, AUX, F1, F2,
F3, AM
28 Tuner reception indicators
MO (monaural), ST (stereo)
29 Clock display
Display window
CD loading slot
/ ATT (standby/on / attenuator) button
DISP (display) button
Auxiliary input jack
SEL (select) button
EQ LV (Equalizer/Level) button
+ / - buttons
Reset button
MODE button
Cassette compartment
CD (eject) button
Source buttons
• CD/CH button
• FM/AM button
• TAPE/AUX button
PROG button
14 •
• +10 / - 10 button
(eject) button
15 TAPE
/
16
buttons
17 EX (extra) button
18 Number buttons
4
22
21
Remote controller
5
1
6
2
7
3
4
1 Functions the same as the
on the main unit.
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5 Selects the sound mode.
Each time you press button, the EQ
(equalizer) mode changes.
6 Selects the source.
Each time you press FUNC (function), the
source changes.
7
Searches stations while listening to the
radio.
Fast-forwards or reverses the track if
pressed and held while listening to a CD.
Skips to the beginning of the next tracks or
goes back to the beginning of the current (or
previous) tracks if pressed briefly while
listening to a CD.
Fast-forwards or rewinds a tape and find a
beginning of a tune (MMS) while listening to
a tape.
Does not function as / buttons.
/ ATT button
2
Changes the band while listening to the
radio.
Changes the tape direction while listening to
a tape.
Selects disc numbers in the increasing
order, and starts playing while listening to
the CD changer.
3
Selects preset numbers in the increasing
order while listening to the radio.
Selects disc numbers in the decreasing
order, and starts playing while listening to
the CD changer.
4 Functions the same as the +/- buttons on the
main unit.
Note:
This button does not function for the preferred
setting mode (PSM) adjustment.
5
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Preparing the remote controller
Before using the remote controller:
• Aim the remote controller directly at the remote
sensor on the main unit. Make sure there is no
obstacle in between.
• Do not expose the remote sensor to strong light
(direct sunlight or artificial lighting).
3.
Return the battery holder.
Insert again the battery holder pushing it until
you hear a clicking sound.
(back side)
CD
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
SEL
EQ
LV
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
EX
1
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Remote sensor
Installing the battery
When the controllable range or effectiveness of
the remote controller decreases, replace the
battery.
1.
Remove the battery holder.
1) Push out the battery holder in the direction
indicated by the arrow using a ball-point
pen or a similar tool.
2) Remove the battery holder.
WARNING:
• Store the battery in a place where children cannot
reach.
If a child accidentally swallows the battery,
consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat the
battery or dispose it in a fire.
Doing any of these things may cause the battery
to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
• Do not leave the battery with other metallic
materials.
Doing this may cause the battery to give off heat,
crack or start a fire.
• When throwing away or saving the battery, wrap
it in tape and insulate; otherwise, the battery may
start to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
• Do not poke the battery with tweezers or similar
tools.
Doing this may cause the battery to give off heat,
crack or start a fire.
(back side)
1)
2)
2.
Place the battery.
Slide the battery into the holder with the + side
facing upwards so that the battery is fixed in
the holder.
Lithium coin battery
(product number:
CR2025)
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CAUTION:
DO NOT leave the remote controller in a place
(such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for
a long time.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
CD
1
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
EQ
SEL
LV
PROG
3
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
Note:
When you use this unit for the first
time, set the built-in clock correctly, see
page 22.
EX
1
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2
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2
8
3
4 10
9
5 11
6 12
3
Turn on the power.
Adjust the volume.
To turn up the volume.
“HELLO!” appears on the display.
To turn down the volume.
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When you select a source in step 2 below, the
power automatically comes on. You do not have
to press this button to turn on the power.
2
4
Adjust the sound as you want
(see pages 18 - 20).
• If you need to change the level meter
pattern, see page 21.
Select the source.
• Each time you press CD/CH,
the source changes to CD* and
CD-changer (or external
component)** alternately.
• Each time you press FM/AM, the
band changes to FM (FM1, FM2,
FM3) and AM.
• Each time you press TAPE/AUX,
the source changes to TAPE***
and external component (AUX
INPUT) alternately.
*
If a CD is not in the loading slot, you cannot
select CD as the source to play. ( NO DISC” will
appear on the display.)
** Without connecting the CD changer or the
external component, you cannot select it as the
source to play.
*** If a cassette is not in the cassette compartment,
you cannot select TAPE as the source to play.
(“NO TAPE” will appear on the display.)
”
To operate the tuner, see pages 8 - 11.
To operate the CD player, see pages 12 - 14.
To operate the tape deck, see pages 15 - 17.
To operate the external components, see page 27.
To operate the CD changer, see pages 28 - 30.
Level meter
Clock time
To drop the volume in a moment
Press
/ ATT briefly while listening to any
source. “ATT ” starts flashing on the display, and
the volume level will drop in a moment.
To resume the previous volume level, press the
button briefly again.
To turn off the power
Press
/ ATT for more than 1 second. “ SEE
YOU ” appears, then the unit turns off.
• If you turn off the ignition key without turning off
this unit, the unit will automatically turn on
when you turn on the ignition key next time. If
the last selected source is ready for playback
(ex. a CD or a tape is in the unit), playback
starts automatically.
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RADIO OPERATIONS
CD
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
SEL
EQ
LV
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
EX
MODE
1
7
2
8
Listening to the radio
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Searching a station manually:
Manual search
You can use either automatic searching or manual
searching to tune in to a particular station.
1
Select the band (FM1, FM2, FM3, or
AM).
Searching a station automatically:
Auto search
1
Select the band (FM1, FM2, FM3 or
AM).
FM1
FM2
FM3
2
AM
Press and hold
or
until “M (manual)” starts flashing on
the display.
Note:
This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2, and
FM3). You can use any one of them to listen to an FM
broadcast.
2
Selected band appears.
Start searching a station.
To search stations of
higher frequencies
To search stations of
lower frequencies
3
Tune in to a station you want while
“M” is flashing.
Press
to tune in
to stations of higher
frequencies.
to tune in
Press
to stations of lower
frequencies.
When a station is received, searching
stops.
To stop searching before a station is received,
press the same button you have pressed for
searching.
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• If you release your finger from the button, the
manual mode will automatically tur n off after 5
seconds.
• If you hold down the button, the frequency
keeps changing (in 50 kHz intervals for FM and
9 kHz for AM) until you release the button.
You can use one of the following methods to
store broadcasting stations in memory.
• Automatic preset: SSM (Strong-station
Sequential Memory)
• Manual preset
• Storing your favorite station into the EX button
Automatic preset: SSM
Manual preset
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Storing stations in memory
You can preset up to 6 stations in each band
(FM1, FM2, FM3, and AM) manually.
EXAMPLE: Storing an FM station of 88.3 MHz
into the preset channel number 1 of
the FM1 band
1
Select the FM1 band.
You can preset 6 local stations in each FM band
(FM1, FM2, and FM3).
1
Select the band (FM1, FM2, or FM3).
FM1
2
FM2
FM3
2
AM
Press
to tune in
to stations of higher
frequencies .
Press MODE repeatedly until “SSM”
appears.
to tune in
Press
to stations of lo w e r
frequencies .
3
3
Tune in to a station (in this example,
of 88.3 MHz).
1
Press SEL.
SEL
Press and hold the number button
(in this example, 1) for more than 2
seconds.
7
2
8
EQ
LV
“P1” flashes for a few seconds.
“--SSM--” appears, then disappears when
automatic preset is over.
Local stations with the strongest signals are
searched and stored automatically in the band
you have selected (FM1, FM2, and FM3). These
stations are preset in the number buttons - No.
1 (lowest frequency) to No. 6 (highest frequency).
When automatic preset is over, the station stored
in number button 1 will be automatically tuned in.
4
Repeat the above procedure to store
other stations into other preset
numbers.
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Storing your favorite station into the
EX (extra) button
Tuning in to a preset station
You can preset an FM or AM station (such as
your favorite station or traffic announcement
station); and recall it by one touch operation even
if the unit is turned off.
You can easily tune in to a preset station.
Remember that you must store stations first. If
you have not stored them yet, see page 9.
1
Select the band (FM1, FM2, FM3, or
AM) you want.
EXAMPLE: Storing an FM station of 88.3 MHz
into the EX button
1
FM1
Select the FM1 band.
2
2
FM2
AM
FM3
Select the number (1 - 6) for the
preset station you want.
Tune in to a station (in this example,
of 88.3 MHz.)
Press
to tune in
to stations of higher
frequencies.
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2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Press
to tune in
to stations of lower
frequencies.
3
Press and hold the EX button until
“EX” flashes.
EX
“EX” flashes on the display.
Notes:
• A previously preset station is erased when a new
station is stored.
• Preset stations are erased when the power supply to
the memory circuit is interrupted (for example,
during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset
the stations again.
10
To tune in the favorite station (EX)
Press EX so that the unit
EX
automatically turns on (if it has
been off).
Your favorite station is tuned in.
• If you press the button again, the previous
source will be played back again.
Selecting FM reception mode
Scanning broadcast stations
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to
receive, follow the procedure below:
1
1
Select “SCAN”.
* SSM
Canceled
Select “MONO”.
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Other convenient tuner functions
SCAN
*MONO
(frequency indication)
SSM
SCAN
Canceled
MONO
(frequency indication)
* When receiving an FM stereo broadcast.
2
Start scanning.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time a broadcast is tuned
in, scanning stops for about 5
seconds (tuned frequency
number flashes on the display),
and you can check what
program is now being
broadcasted.
2
Select FM reception mode.
SEL
EQ
LV
FM reception mode turns on
(“MONO ON”) and off (“MONO
OFF”) alternately.
When the monaural mode is turned on, the sound
you hear becomes monaural but reception will be
improved.
If you want to listen to that program, press MODE
button again to stop scanning.
Showing a station name
Lights up when receiving an FM broadcast
in stereo.
If you have assigned a name to a station
frequency, the display shows its assigned name
after the station frequency is displayed.
When the station name is displayed, the STATION
indicator lights up on the display (see page 25).
Lights up.
To confirm the station frequency while the
assigned name is shown, press DISP (display).
Each time you press the button, the assigned
name and the station frequency alternate on the
display.
Note:
If no name is assigned, “NO NAME” will appear
when you press DISP.
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CD OPERATIONS
CD
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
SEL
EQ
LV
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
EX
1
7
2
8
Playing a CD
1
Insert a disc into the loading slot.
The unit turns on,
draws a CD and
starts playback
automatically.
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Notes:
• When a CD is inserted upside down, the CD
automatically ejects.
• When you play a CD Text, the disc title and
performer appear on the display. Then the current
track title appears on the display, followed by the
track number and elapsed playing time. See also
“Playing a CD Text” (page 13) and “Selecting the
scroll mode - SCROLL” (page 24).
If a CD Text includes much text information, some
may not appear on the display.
To stop play and eject the CD
CD indicator lights up.
Total track number of
the inserted disc
Total playing time of
the inserted disc
Press CD .
CD play stops and the CD automatically ejects
from the loading slot (“EJECT” appears on the
display). The source changes to the last selected
source.
If you change the source, the CD play also stops
(without ejecting the CD this time).
Notes:
• If the ejected disc is not removed for about 15 seconds,
the disc is automatically inserted again into the
loading slot to protect it from dust. (CD play will not
start this time.)
• You can eject the CD even when the unit is turned off.
Current track
Elapsed playing time
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When a CD is already in the loading slot, pressing
CD/CH turns on the unit and starts playback
automatically.
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To go to the next tracks or the previous
tracks
briefly
Press
while playing a CD, to go
ahead to the beginning of
the next track. Each time
you press the button
consecutively, the
beginning of the next
tracks is located and
played back.
In a CD Text, some information about the disc (its
disc title, performer and track title) is recorded.
You can show these disc information on the
display.
1
Select text display mode while
playing a CD Text.
Each time you press the
button, the display changes
as follows:
briefly
Press
while playing a CD, to go
back to the beginning of
the current track. Each
time you press the button
consecutively, the
beginning of the previous
tracks is located and
played back.
Current track no.
Disc Title / Performer
and Track Title
Current track no.
and Elapsed playing time
When disc information appears on the display,
the corresponding name indicator lights up.
When a disc title/performer is displayed.
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Playing a CD Text
To skip 10 tracks
Press +10 while playing a
CD, to skip 10 tracks at a
time.
PROG
When a track title is displayed.
Notes:
• You can use the scroll mode to show the disc
information on the display.
See also “Selecting the scroll mode - SCROLL” on
page 24.
• When you press DISP (display) while playing a
conventional CD, “NO NAME” appears for the disc
title/performer and the track title.
Locating a track or a
particular portion on a CD
To fast-forward or reverse the track
Press - 10 while playing a
CD, to skip back 10 tr acks
at a time.
To go to a particular track dir ectly
1
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Press the number button corresponding to the
track number to star t its playback.
• To select a track number from 1 - 6:
Press 1 (7) - 6 (12) briefly.
• To select a track number from 7 - 12:
Press and hold 1 (7) - 6 (12) for more than 1
second.
Press and hold
while pla ying a CD, to
fast-forw ard the track.
Press and hold
while pla ying a CD, to
re verse the trac k.
13
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Selecting CD playback modes
To play back only intro (Intro scan)
You can play back the first 15 seconds of each
track sequentially.
To play back tracks repeatedly
(Repeat Play)
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
You can play back the current track repeatedly.
“INTRO” appears.
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
“REPEAT” appears.
REPEAT
RANDOM
Canceled
INTRO
2 Press SEL.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press the
button, CD repeat play mode
turns on (“REPEAT ON”) and
off (“REPEAT OFF”)
alternately.
REPEAT
RANDOM
Canceled
INTRO
2 Press SEL.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press button,
CD Intro scan mode turns on
(“INTRO ON”) and off
(“INTRO OFF”) alternately.
When the repeat mode is turned on, the RPT
indicator lights up on the display.
To play back tracks at random
(Random Play)
When the Intro scan mode is turned on, the
current track number flashes.
You can play back all tracks on the CD at random.
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
Prohibiting CD ejection
“RANDOM” appears.
REPEAT
RANDOM
Canceled
INTRO
2 Press SEL.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press button,
CD random play mode turns
on (“RANDOM ON”) and off
(“RANDOM OFF”) alternately.
When the random mode is turned on, the RND
indicator lights up on the display and a track
randomly selected starts playing.
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You can prohibit the CD ejection and can “lock” a
CD in the loading slot.
While pressing CD/CH, press
and hold CD
for more than 2
seconds. “CD
” flashes on the
display for a while, and the CD is
locked and cannot be ejected.
To cancel the prohibition and “unlock” the CD,
press and hold CD for more than 2 seconds
again, while pressing CD/CH. “EJECT OK”
flashes on the display for a while, and the CD is
“unlocked.”
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TAPE OPERATIONS
CD
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
SEL
EQ
LV
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
EX
1
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Listening to a tape
2 Press SEL.
SEL
EQ
LV
You can play back type 1 (normal) tapes.
1
Insert a cassette into the cassette
compartment.
Each time you press the
button, the Dolby B NR turns
on (“DOLBY ON”) and off
(“DOLBY OFF”).
This indicator lights up when the Dolby B
NR is turned on.
3
The unit turns on and tape play starts
automatically.
When one side of the tape reaches its end
during play, the other side of the tape
automatically starts playing. (Auto Reverse)
Select the tape direction.
PROG
Each time you press the
button, the tape direction
changes alternately.
Tape indicator flashes.
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When a cassette is already in the cassette
compartment, pressing TAPE/AUX turns on the
unit and starts tape play automatically.
2
Turn on or off the Dolby B NR* as
needed.
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
“DOLBY B” appears.
DOLBY B
B.SKIP
Canceled
REPEAT
* Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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To stop play and eject the cassette
Press TAPE .
Tape play stops and the cassette automatically
ejects from the cassette compartment.
If you change the source, the tape play also stops
(without ejecting the cassette this time).
• You can also eject the cassette by pressing TAPE
with the unit turned off.
To fast-forward and rewind a tape
Press
for more
than 1 second to fastforward the tape. When
the tape reaches its end,
the tape is reversed and
playback starts from the
beginning of the other
side.
Press
for more
than 1 second to rewind
the tape. When the tape
reaches its end, playback
of the same side starts.
To stop fast-forward and rewind at any
position on the tape, press PROG .
Tape play starts from that position on the tape.
Note:
When the tape reaches its end while fast-forwarding,
the tape direction will be changed automatically.
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Finding the beginning of a tune
Multi Music Scan allows you to automatically start
playback from the beginning of a specified tune.
You can specify up to 9 tunes ahead or before the
current tune.
During playback
1
Specify where (how many tunes
ahead of or before the current tune)
the tune you want is located.
To locate a tune ahead of
the current tune on the
tape.
To locate a tune before
the current tune on the
tape.
Each time you press the button, the
number changes up to ±9.
When the beginning of the specified tune is
located, playback starts automatically.
Notes:
• While locating a specified tune:
- If the tape is rewound to its beginning, playback
starts from the beginning of that side.
- If the tape is fast-forwarded to the end, it is
reversed and played from the beginning of the
other side.
• In the following cases, Multi Music Scan may not
operate correctly.
- Tapes with tunes having long pianissimo passages
(very quiet parts) or non-recorded portions during
tunes.
- Tapes with short non-recorded sections.
- Tapes with high level noise or humming between
tunes.
- The Dolby NR setting does not match. For
example, if the tape is recorded with the Dolby C
NR.
Skipping blank portions on the tape
You can skip blank portions between the tunes
(Blank Skip).
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
“B.SKIP” appears.
DOLBY B
B.SKIP
Canceled
REPEAT
2 Press SEL.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press the
button, skip function mode
turns on (“B.SKIP ON”) and
off (“B.SKIP OFF”) alternately.
When this function is on, the B.SKIP indicator
lights up on the display and the unit skips blank
portions of 15 seconds or more, fast-forwards to
the next tune, then starts playing it.
Playing the current tune repeatedly
Notes:
In the following cases, Blank Skip and Repeat Play
may not operate correctly.
- Tapes with tunes having long pianissimo passages
(very quiet parts) or non-recorded portions during
tunes.
- Tapes with short non-recorded sections.
- Tapes with high level noise or humming between
tunes.
- The Dolby NR setting does not match. For example,
if the tape is recorded with the Dolby C NR.
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Other convenient tape
operations
Prohibiting tape ejection
You can prohibit the tape ejection and can “lock”
a tape in the cassette compartment.
While pressing TAPE/AUX, press
and hold TAPE
for more than
2 seconds. “TAPE
” flashes on
the display for a while, and the
tape is locked and cannot be
ejected.
To cancel the prohibition and “unlock” the
tape, press and hold TAPE for more than 2
seconds again, while pressing TAPE/AUX.
“EJECT OK” flashes on the display for a while,
and the tape is “unlocked.”
You can play the current tune repeatedly
(Repeat Play).
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
“REPEAT” appears.
DOLBY B
B.SKIP
Canceled
REPEAT
2 Press SEL.
EQ
SEL
LV
Each time you press the
button, repeat play mode
turns on (“REPEAT ON”) and
off (“REPEAT OFF”)
alternately.
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SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
Adjusting the sound
Reinforcing the bass sound
You can adjust the sound characteristics to your
preference.
You can also adjust the level of Super Bass.
1
1
Select the item you want to adjust.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press the button,
the adjustable items change as
follows:
FADER
BAL
Select “S.BASS.”
SEL
EQ
LV
EQ
Canceled
VOLUME
S.BASS
L.V.METER
While adjusting Super Bass, the BASS
indicator flashes.
As the number increases, Super Bass
level also increases.
Indication
To do:
Range
FADER*
Adjust the
R06 (rear only)
front and rear
speaker
F06 (front only)
BAL
(Balance)
Adjust the left L06 (left only)
and right
speakers
R06 (right only)
VOLUME
Adjust the
volume
00 (min.)
50 (max.)
*
2
If you are using a two-speaker system, set the fader
level to “00.”
Adjust the level.
Note:
Normally + / - buttons work for volume adjustment.
So you do not have to select “VOLUME” to adjust the
volume level.
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2
Adjust the level within the range of
“00” to “08.”
To store a sound mode separately for each
playback source (EQ Link)
You can select a preset sound adjustment
suitable to the music genre.
Once you select a sound mode, it is stored in
memory. It will be recalled every time you select
the same source. A sound mode can be stored for
each of the following sources — FM1, FM2, FM3,
AM, CD, tape, external components and the EX
(extra) button (see page 10).
• See also “Changing general settings (PSM)” on
page 22.
1
Select “EQ ”.
SEL
EQ
EQ
LV
S.BASS
Canceled
L.V.METER
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Selecting preset sound modes
1 Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2
2
Select the sound mode.
The sound mode
changes as follows:
seconds so that one of the PSM items appears
on the display.
or
to select “EQ LINK
2 Press
(Equalization Link). ”
3 Press + to select “LINK ON.”
4 Press SEL (select) to finish the setting.
To cancel EQ Link, repeat the same procedure
and select “LINK OFF” by pressing - in step 3.
FLAT
POP
Hard Rock
JAZZ
Country
USER**
R & B*
DanceMusic
Raggae
Classic
(back to the beginning)
* Rhythm and Blues
** If you want to adjust and store your original
sound mode (USER), see “ Storing your own
sound adjustments” on page 20.
• When “EQ LINK” is set to “LINK ON”
The selected sound mode and Super Bass
level can be stored in memory for the current
source.
Each time you select the same source, the
same sound mode is also recalled, and shown
after the source name.
• When “EQ LINK” is set to “LINK OFF”
The selected sound mode effect applies to all
the sources selected.
EQ level changes as you select the sound
mode.
Ex.: When you select “R & B”
To cancel the sound mode, select “FLAT ” in
step 2.
Note:
You can adjust the sound mode to your preference, and
store it in memory.
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Storing your own sound
adjustments
3
• Refer to the table
below for adjusting the
selected sound
element.
You can adjust the sound modes to your
preference and store your own adjustments in
memory (USER sound mode).
• There is a time limit in doing the following
procedure. If the setting is cancelled before you
finish, start from step 1 again.
1
Indication
Range
LOW FREQ. 50 Hz , 80 Hz , 120 Hz
Select “EQ.”
SEL
Adjust the selected sound element.
LOW LEVEL - 06 (min.)
EQ
LV
EQ
S.BASS
Canceled
L.V.METER
+06 (max.)
MID FREQ.
700 Hz , 1 kHz , 2 kHz
MID LEVEL
- 06 (min.)
+06 (max.)
HIGH FREQ. 8 kHz , 12 kHz
HIGH LEVEL - 06 (min.)
+06 (max.)
EQ level adjusted flashes .
2
Select sound elements to adjust.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press the button,
the sound elements to adjust
change as follows:
EX.: When you adjust “LOW FREQ.”
4
LOW FREQ.*
LOW LEVEL
MID FREQ.*
HIGH FREQ.*
MID LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
(back to the beginning)
FREQ. (LOW, MID, HIGH):
Select the center frequency to
adjust.
LEVEL (LOW, MID, HIGH):
Adjust the enhancement level .
, you can
* By pressing
or
directly move as follows:
LOW FREQ.
MID FREQ.
HIGH FREQ.
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5
Repeat step 2 and 3 to adjust the
other sound elements.
Store the adjustments.
Your setting is stored in USER
sound mode.
LEVEL METER SETTING
3.
SideWinder
Level meter is displayed horizontally.
You can select any one from 7 different level
meter patterns or a demonstration of all the
patterns.
1
Select “L.V. METER.”
2
4.
EQ
EQ
SEL
LV
Canceled
S.BASS
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Selecting level meter patterns
Full Size
Level meter is displayed on the main display.
L.V.METER
Press +/- to select the level meter
pattern.
5.
Spin
Spin in the right meter.
Each time you press
the button, the level
meter changes as
follows:
6.
Double
Waves is displayed on both level meters.
ALL DEMO
Full Size
Dolphin
Standard
SideWinder
Spin
Double
HIGH WAY
OFF
(back to the beginning)
Level meter patterns
1.
7.
HIGH WAY
As if you were driving along a highway.
ALL DEMO (default setting)
Demonstrates all the level meter patterns,
each for 20 seconds.
2.
Standard
Standard level meter.
8.
Dolphin
A dolphin is swimming in the main display.
9.
OFF
No level meter is displayed.
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OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS
Setting the clock
Changing general settings (PSM)
After installation, set the built-in clock correctly.
You can change the following settings for this unit
by using the PSM (Preferred Setting Mode) control.
1
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the PSM
items appears on the display. (See
page 23.)
SEL
2
EQ
LV
Basic Procedure
• There is a time limit in doing the following
procedure. If the setting is canceled before you
finish, star t from step 1 again.
1
If “CLOCK HOUR” does not appear,
press
or
repeatedly
until it appears.
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(See page 23.)
SEL
3
4
5
2
Adjust the hour.
Press
or
until “CLOCK
MIN (minute)” appears on the display.
Adjust the minute.
3
4
5
6
SEL
EQ
LV
To check the current clock time while the unit
is turned off, press DISP (display).
The power tur ns on, the clock time is shown for 5
seconds, then the power tur ns off.
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Select a PSM item you want to
adjust. (See page 23.)
Adjust the PSM item selected.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the
other PSM items if necessary.
Finish the setting.
SEL
Finish the setting.
EQ
LV
EQ
LV
1
2
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Preferred Setting Mode (PSM) items
3
EQ
SEL
LV
Hold.
Factory-preset See
Settings page
Select.
Set.
−
+
CLOCK HOUR Hour adjustment
Back
Advance
CLOCK MIN
Back
Advance
CLOCK OFF
CLOCK ON
CLOCK OFF
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LINK OFF
LINK OFF
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DIM AUTO
24
Minute adjustment
CLOCK DISP Clock display
EQ LINK
Sound control
memory linkage
DIMMER
Dimmer mode
CONTRAST
Display contrast
CONTRAST 1 -
SCROLL
Scroll mode
SCRL ONCE
SCRL AUTO
SCRL OFF
EXT INPUT
External input
selection
AUX ADJ
Auxiliary input level
adjustment
DEMO
Demonstration mode
LINK ON
DIM OFF
DIM ON
DIM AUTO
CD CHANGER
A.ADJ 00 DEMO OFF
1:00
CONTRAST 10 CONTRAST 5
22
24
SCRL ONCE
24
LINE INPUT
CD CHANGER
24
A.ADJ 05
A.ADJ 00
24
DEMO ON
DEMO ON
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Setting the clock display - CLOCK DISP
You can set the clock to be shown on the display
when the unit is turned off.
When shipped from the factory, the clock is set
not to be shown on the display.
• CLOCK OFF: Clock display is turned off.
• CLOCK ON : Clock display is turned on.
Note:
If the power supply is not interrupted by turning off
the ignition key of your car, it is recommended to
select “CLOCK OFF√” to save the car’s battery.
Selecting the dimmer mode - DIMMER
When you turn on the car headlights, the display
automatically dims (Auto Dimmer).
When shipped from the factory, Auto Dimmer
mode is activated.
• DIM OFF: Cancels Auto Dimmer.
• DIM ON:
Always dims the display.
• DIM AUTO: Activates Auto Dimmer.
Note:
Auto Dimmer equipped for this unit may not work
correctly on some vehicles, particularly on those
having a control dial for dimming.
In this case, set the dimmer mode to “DIM ON” or
“DIM OFF.”
Adjusting the display contrast level
- CONTRAST
You can adjust the display contrast level among 1
(dark) to 10 (bright). When shipped from the
factory, the display contrast level is set at level 5.
Selecting the scroll mode - SCROLL
You can select the scroll mode for the disc
information.
When shipped from the factory, Auto Scroll mode
is set to “SCRL ONCE.”
• SCRL ONCE: Scrolls only once.
• SCRL AUTO: Repeats the scroll (5-second
intervals in between).
• SCRL OFF: Cancels Auto Scroll.
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Selecting the external component to use
- EXT INPUT
You can connect the external component to the
CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input
Adaptor KS-U57 (not supplied).
To use the external component as the playback
source through this unit, you need to select which
component - CD changer or external component
- to use.
When shipped from the factory, CD changer is
selected as the external component.
• CD CHANGER: To use the CD changer.
• LINE INPUT:
To use the external
component other than CD
changer.
Notes:
• If the current source is CD changer or external
component, this item does not appear.
• For connecting the Line Input Adaptor KS-U57 and
the external component, refer to the Installation/
Connection Manual (separate volume).
Adjusting the auxiliary input level
- AUX ADJ
Adjust the auxiliary input level properly when an
external component is connected to the auxiliary
input jack.
When shipped from the factory, the auxiliary (AUX)
input level is set at level 00.
If the input level of the connected component is
not high enough, increase the input level properly.
Without adjusting the line input level, you may be
surprised at a loud sound when you change the
source from the external component to another
source.
Assigning names to the sources
You can turn the demo mode on or off. When
shipped from the factory, “DEMO ON” is selected.
• DEMO OFF: Turns the demo mode off.
• DEMO ON:
Turns the demo mode on. The
demonstration will start
automatically if no sound comes
in for 3 minutes.
You can assign names to station frequencies and
the external component connected to the AUX
input jack.
After assigning a name, it will appear on the
display when you select the source.
Sources
Maximum number
of the characters
Note:
If the unit has been reset (and the power is on),
demonstration will start if no sound comes in for
about 15 seconds.
Station frequencies*
Up to 10 characters
(up to 32 station
frequencies including
both FM and AM)
External components
(“AUX INPUT” only)
Up to 10 characters
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Turning the demo mode on or off
- DEMO MODE
* You cannot assign name to a station frequency
stored in the EX (extra) button.
1
Select a source you want to assign a
name to.
When you select a
source, the power
automatically
comes on.
Each time you press the
button, the source
changes as described on
page 7.
2
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds while pressing DISP
(display).
SEL
EQ
LV
(at the same time)
CONTINUED TO THE NEXT PAGE
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3
Select the character set you want
while “ ” is flashing.
Each time you press the
button, the character set
changes as follows:
Capital letters (
)
Small letters (
)
Numbers and symbols (
4
To erase the input characters
Press and hold DISP (display) for more than 1
seconds to erase all the characters at a time.
Note:
When you try to assign a name to the 33rd station
frequency, “NAME FULL” appears on the display. (In
this case, delete unwanted names before assignment.)
Available characters
Capital letters
)
Select a character.
About the available
characters, see the right
column.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
K
L
H
I
J
M
N
O
P
U
Q
R
S
T
V
W
X
Z
space
Y
Small letters
5
6
7
Move the cursor to the next (or
previous) character position.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until you finish
inputting the name.
Finish the procedure while the last
selected character is flashing.
SEL
26
EQ
LV
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
space
Number and symbols
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
!
”
,
#
$
%
*
/
&
+
(
)
,
-
.
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
_
`
space
EXTERNAL COMPONENT OPERATIONS
DISP
CD / CH
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
SEL
EQ
LV
PROG
MD player, etc.
CD CHANGER CONTROL
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CD
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
EX
1
You can connect two external components to this
unit.
Connect one to the auxiliary (AUX) input jack on
the control panel, and the other to the CD
changer jack on the rear.
Preparations:
• For connecting the Line Input Adaptor KS-U57 and
the external component, refer to the Installation/
Connection Manual (separate volume).
• Before operating the external component connected
to the CD changer jack, select the external input
correctly. (See “Selecting the external component to
use - EXT INPUT” on page 24.)
1
Select the external component.
AUX INPUT: Press TAPE/AUX repeatedly to
select the component
connected to the AUX jack on
the control panel.
2
3
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Turn on the connected component
and start playing the source.
Adjust the volume.
If the input level of the external component
connected to the auxiliary (AUX) input jack
is not high enough, increase the input level
properly.
Without adjusting the input level, you may be
surprised at a loud sound when you change
the source from the external components to
another. (See “Adjusting the auxiliary input
level - AUX ADJ” on page 24.)
LINE INPUT: Press CD/CH repeatedly to
select the component
connected to the CD changer
jack.
• If “LINE INPUT” does not appear on the
display, see page 24 and select the external
input (“Selecting the external component to
use - EXT INPUT”).
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CD CHANGER OPERATIONS
CD
CD / CH
CD/CASSETTE RECEIVER
KW-XC88
DISP
FM / AM
45Wx4
TAPE / AUX
AUX
+10
10
SEL
EQ
LV
PROG
CD CHANGER CONTROL
DOLBY & NR
TAPE
MODE
EX
1
7
2
8
We recommend that you use one of the CH-X
series with your unit.
If you have another CD automatic changer,
consult your JVC car audio dealer for
connections.
• For example, if your CD automatic changer is one
of the KD-MK series, you need a cord (KS-U15K)
for connecting it to this unit.
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
Playing CDs
Select the CD automatic changer (CD-CH).
Playback starts from the first
track of the first disc.
All tracks of all discs are played
back.
Track number
Before operating your CD automatic changer:
• Refer also to the Instructions supplied with
your CD changer.
• If no discs are in the magazine of the CD
changer or the discs are inserted upside
down, “NO DISC” will appear on the display. If
this happens, remove the magazine and set
the discs correctly.
• If “RESET 1 - RESET 8” appears on the
display, something is wrong with the
connection between this unit and the CD
changer. If this happens, check the
connection, connect the connecting cord(s)
firmly if necessary, then press the reset button
of the CD changer.
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Elapsed playing time
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When you press CD/CH, the power automatically
comes on. You do not have to press
/ ATT to turn
on the power.
Press and hold
while playing a CD, to
fast-forward the track.
To go to a particular disc directly
Press the number button corresponding to the
disc number to star t its playback (while CD
changer is playing).
1
7
2
8
3
9
4 10
5 11
6 12
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To fast-forward or reverse the track
Press and hold
while playing a CD, to
reverse the track.
To go to the next tracks or the previous tracks
Press
briefly
while playing a CD, to go
ahead to the beginning of
the next track. Each time
you press the button
consecutively, the
beginning of the next
tracks is located and
played back.
• To select a disc number from 1 - 6:
Press 1 (7) - 6 (12) briefly.
• To select a disc number from 7 - 12:
Press and hold 1 (7) - 6 (12) for more than 1
second.
Ex.: When disc number 3 is selected.
Disc number Tr ack number
Press
briefly
while playing a CD, to go
back to the beginning of
the current track. Each
time you press the button
consecutively, the
beginning of the previous
tracks is located and
played back.
Track n umber
Elapsed playing time
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Selecting CD playback modes
To play back only intro (Intro scan)
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
To play back tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play)
“INTRO” appears.
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
“REPEAT” appears.
REPEAT
RANDOM
Canceled
INTRO
Each time you press the
button, CD repeat play mode
changes as follows:
REPEAT1 ON
REPEAT2 ON
INTRO
2 Press SEL.
SEL
2 Press SEL.
EQ
LV
RANDOM
Canceled
(Continuous play)
(Continuous play)
SEL
REPEAT
EQ
LV
Each time you press the
button, CD intro scan mode
changes as follows:
INTRO1 ON
Mode
Indicator
REPEAT OFF
Mode
REPEAT1 ON
REPEAT2 ON
REPEAT OFF
RPT
Plays repeatedly
Indicator
Lights
The current track (or
specified track).
Flashes All tracks of the current
disc (or specified disc).
Goes off Canceled.
INTRO2 ON
INTRO OFF
INTRO1 ON Track number
flashes
INTRO2 ON Disc number
flashes
INTRO OFF None
Plays the beginnings
(15 seconds)
Of all tracks on all
inserted discs.
Of the first track on each
inserted disc.
Canceled.
Track number
To play back tracks at random
(Random Play)
1 Press MODE repeatedly until
“RANDOM” appears.
REPEAT
RANDOM
Canceled
INTRO
(Continuous play)
EX.:When “INTRO1 ON” is selected.
Disc number
2 Press SEL.
SEL
EQ
LV
Each time you press the
button, CD random play mode
changes as follows:
EX.:When “INTRO2 ON” is selected.
RANDOM1 ON
RANDOM2 ON
RANDOM OFF
Mode
RANDOM1 ON
RANDOM2 ON
RANDOM OFF
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RND
Plays at random
Indicator
Lights
All tracks of the current
disc, then the tracks of the
next disc, and so on.
Flashes All tracks of all discs
inserted in the magazine.
Goes off Canceled.
Handling cassettes
The cassette deck built in this unit requires very
little attention, but you will be able to extend the
life of the cassette deck if you follow the
instructions below.
CAUTIONS:
• Do not play the tapes with peeling labels;
otherwise, they can damage the unit.
• Tighten tapes to remove slack since loose tape
may become entangled with the mechanism.
• Do not leave a cassette in the cassette compartment
after use, as the tape may become slack.
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MAINTENANCE
To clean the heads
The function below is also provided to ensure the
longer life of the cassette deck.
Ignition key-off release
When you turn off the ignition key with a cassette
in the compartment, the unit automatically
releases the tape from its head.
• Clean the heads after every 10 hours of use
using a wet-type head cleaning tape (available
at an audio store).
When the head becomes dirty, you may realize
the following symptoms:
- Sound quality is reduced.
- Sound level decreases.
- Sound drops out.
• Do not play dirty or dusty tapes.
• Do not touch the highly-polished head with any
metallic or magnetic tools.
To keep the tape clean
• Always store the tapes in their storage cases
after use.
• Do not store tapes in the following places:
- Subject to direct sunlight
- With high humidity
- At extremely hot temperatures
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The CD player built in this unit has been
designed to play back the CDs bearing the
following marks.
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
You can also play back your original CD-Rs
(Recordable) and CD-RWs (Rewritable) on this
receiver.
This unit is not compatible with MP3.
How to handle CDs
Center holder
When removing a CD from
its case, press down the
center holder of the case
and lift the CD out, holding it
by the edges.
• Always hold the CD by the edges. Do not
touch its recording surface.
When storing a CD into its case, gently insert
the CD around the center holder (with the
printed surface facing up).
• Make sure to store CDs into the cases after
use.
To keep CDs clean
A dirty CD may not play
correctly. If a CD does
becomes dirty, wipe it with a
soft cloth in a straight line from
center to edge.
To play new CDs
New CDs may have some
rough spots around the inner
and outer edges.
If such a CD is used, this unit
may reject the CD.
To remove these rough spots, rub the edges
with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc.
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Moisture condensation
Moisture may condense on the lens inside the
CD player in the following cases:
• After starting the heater in the car.
• If it becomes very humid inside the car.
Should this occur, the CD player may
malfunction. In this case, eject the CD and leave
the unit turned on for a few hours until the
moisture evaporates.
CAUTIONS:
• Do not insert 8 cm CDs (single CDs) into the
loading slot. (Such CDs cannot be ejected.)
• Do not insert any CD of unusual shape - like a
heart or flower; otherwise, it will malfunction.
• Do not expose CDs to direct sunlight or any heat
source or place them in a place subject to high
temperature and humidity. Do not leave them in
a car.
• Do not use any solvent (for example,
conventional record cleaner, spray, thinner,
benzine, etc.) to clean CDs.
When playing a CD-R or CD-RW
You can play back your original CD-Rs or CDRWs recorded in audio CD format.
• User-edited CD-Rs (Recordable) and CD-RWs
(Rewritable) can be played back only if they are
already “finalized.
• Before playing back CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read
their instructions or cautions carefully.
• Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not be played
back on this unit because of their disc
characteristics, damage or stain on them, or if
the player’s lens is dirty.
• CD-Rs or CD-RWs are susceptible to high
temperatures or high humidity; so do not leave
them inside your car.
• CD-RWs may require a longer readout time.
(This is caused by the fact that the reflectance
of CD-RWs is lower than for regular CDs.)
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Handling CDs
What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service
center.
Symptoms
Causes
Remedies
• CD cannot be played back.
CD is inserted upside down.
Insert the CD correctly.
• CD sound is sometimes
interrupted.
You are driving on rough
roads.
Stop CD play while driving on
rough roads.
CD is scratched.
Change the CD.
Connections are incorrect.
Check the cords and
connections.
No CD is in the loading slot
(or in the magazine.)
Insert CD.
CD is inserted incorrectly.
Insert it correctly.
• CD can neither be played
back nor ejected.
The CD player may function
incorrectly.
Press and hold both the
buttons
/ ATT and CD
at the same time for several
seconds.
• “EJECT ERR” appears on
the display.
The CD was interrupted
ejection or insertion.
Press CD , or press both
the
/ ATT and CD
buttons together to clear the
message.
• A cassette tape cannot be
inserted.
You have tried to insert a
cassette in the wrong way.
Insert the cassette with the
exposed tape facing right.
• Cassette tapes become hot.
This is not a malfunction.
• Tape sound is at very low
level and sound quality is
degraded.
The tape head is dirty.
Clean it with a head cleaning
tape.
• Sound is sometimes
interrupted.
Connections are not good.
Check the cords and
connections.
• Sound cannot be heard from
the speakers.
The volume control is turned
to the minimum level.
Adjust it to the optimum level.
Connections are incorrect.
Check the cords and
connections.
• “NO DISC” appears on the
display.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Symptoms
Causes
Remedies
• SSM automatic preset does
not work.
Signals are too weak.
Store stations manually.
• Static noise while listening to
the radio.
The antenna is not connected
firmly.
Connect the antenna firmly.
• “NO MAGAZINE” appears on
the display.
No magazine is in the CD
changer.
Insert the magazine.
• “RESET 8” appears on the
display.
This unit is not connected to
a CD changer correctly.
Connect this unit and the CD
changer correctly and press
the reset button of the CD
changer.
Press the reset button of the
CD changer.
• “RESET 1−RESET 7”
appears on the display.
• This unit does not work at
all.
• The CD changer does not
work at all.
The built-in microcomputer
may function incorrectly due
to noise, etc.
Press the reset button on the
front panel (see page 2.)
• CD-R/CD-RW cannot be
played back.
• Tracks cannot be skipped on
CD-R/CD-RW.
CD-R/CD-RW is not finalized. • Change a finalized CD-R/
CD-RW.
• Finalize the CD-R/CD-RW
with the component which
you used for recording.
About mistracking:
Mistracking may result from driving on extremely rough roads. This does not damage
the unit and the CD, but will be annoying. We recommend that you stop CD play while
driving on such rough roads.
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AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
CD PLAYER SECTION
Maximum Power Output:
Front: 45 W per channel
Rear: 45 W per channel
Continuous Power Output (RMS):
Front: 17 W per channel into 4 Ω,
40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at no more
than 0.8% total harmonic
distortion.
Rear: 17 W per channel into 4 Ω,
40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at no more
than 0.8% total harmonic
distortion.
Load Impedance: 4 Ω (4 to 8 Ω allowance)
Equalizer Control Range:
LOW: ±12 dB (50 Hz, 80 Hz, 120 Hz)
MID: ±12 dB (700 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz)
HIGH: ±12 dB (8 kHz, 12 kHz)
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB
Line-In level/Impedance:
Auxiliary input jack:
(3.5 mm dia. stereo mini jack)
Line-Out Level/Impedance:
2.0 V/20 kΩ load (full scale)
Output Impedance: 1 kΩ
Type: Compact disc player
Signal Detection System: Non-contact optical
pickup (semiconductor laser)
Number of channels: 2 channels (stereo)
Frequency Response: 5 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Dynamic Range: 96 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 98 dB
Wow and Flutter: Less than measurable limit
TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range:
FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
AM: 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz
[FM Tuner]
Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf (1.0 µV/75 Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
16.3 dBf (1.8 µV/75 Ω)
Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz):
65 dB
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 15 000 Hz
Stereo Separation: 35 dB
Capture Ratio: 1.5 dB
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SPECIFICATIONS
CASSETTE DECK SECTION
Wow and Flutter: 0.1 % (WRMS)
Fast-Wind Time: 100 sec. (C-60)
Frequency Response: 30 Hz to 16 000 Hz
(Normal tape)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: (Normal tape)
Dolby B NR ON:
65 dB
Dolby B NR OFF:
56 dB
Stereo Separation:
40 dB
GENERAL
Power Requirement:
Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V
allowance)
Grounding System: Negative ground
Allowable Working Temperature:
0°C to +40°C
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Installation Size:
178 mm x 100 mm x 150 mm
Front Panel Size:
170 mm x 96 mm x 20 mm
Mass: 2.2 kg (excluding accessories)
Design and specifications subject to change without
notice.
[AM Tuner]
Sensitivity: 20 µV
Selectivity: 35 dB
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Having TROUBLE with operation?
Please reset your unit
Refer to page of How to reset your unit
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Tolong reset unit anda
Lihat pada halaman tentang mereset unit
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