FXR=IOOLD
FXR=IOOLD
FXR-1 OOLD
Partial Panel Detachable
Din-Size FM-Stereo/MW/LW
Cassette Receiver with
Auto-Travel Preset Tuning
ETR
(English)
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
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(Fran~ais)
MODE
D’EMPLOI
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(Italiano)
IS TRUZLONL
SULL’USO.
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(Espat701)
LIBRITO
DE INS TRUCCIONES
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(Portuglms)
INS TRUOOES
DE UTILIZACAO
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(qlpiJ:~)
@Yfl%Dfi~
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CONTENTS
DETACHABLE
GENERAL
FRONT PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPERATION
TAPE OPERATION
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RADIOOPERATION
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ACCESSORIES
AND HARDWARE
INSTALLATION
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uNITREMovAL
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ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
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3
4
5
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CAUTION
This unit is designed to operate on 12 volts DC, NEGATIVE ground electrical systems only.
When fuse replacement is necessary, use only a 5 amp fuse. Do not replace with a higher rated fuse. If the
fuse blows often, carefully check all electrical connections for any short circuits and have your car’s voltage
regulator checked also. Do not attempt to repair the unit by yourself; return the unit forservicingto your nearest
SANYO car audio dealer.
. The highly-polished playback head should not come into contact with any metallic or magnetic tools.
. Clean the tape head, pinch roller, and capstans at least once a month using a quality audio head-cleaning cassette.
. To avoid possible system trouble, do not use tapes with wrinkled or half-peeled labels.
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DETACHABLE
FRONT PANEL
RELEASE KNOB
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Part of the front panel can be removed to prevent theft.
When leaving the vehicle, we recommend you to remove this section and take it with you
HOW TO DETACH
El
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NEL
Push the release knob.
The removable panel will swing out as shown in the illustration.
Pull the panel out.
If the panel is not thrusted out much, press the detachable
panel as illustrated.
HOW TO REPLACE
Align the left side of the panel with the stopper, and then push the
right side of the panel into the unit until it clicks.
The unit will not operate with the front panel incorrectly installed.
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~ CAUTION
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Do not attempt to remove the panel in a manner
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When
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Use a clean,
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Keep the panel out of direct sunlight and high temperatures.
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other than that described
above.
installing the panel, do not force it into the unit.
dry cloth when cleaning
the terminals.
Prevent the panel from coming into contact with benzine, thinner, or insecticides.
Do not drop the panel.
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GENERAL
OPERATION
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TIME /2EEK
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TURNING ON THE UNIT
Install the front panel and turn knob O clockwise.
FUNCTION
OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Turn knob @ counterclockwise.
VOLUME
m
CONTROL
..................... 1
To increase volume, rotate knob@ clockwise. To reduce, rotate counterclockwise.
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TONE CONTROL
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2
To control the tone, slide lever@ to right-hand side to enhance high-frequency
enhance low-frequency sound.
BALANCE
CONTROL
.................... 1
Thiscontroladjusts
thelefthightchannel
balance. Rotateknob Oclockwisewhile
sound to the right channels and counterclockwise to left channels.
FADER CONTROL
sound, and to left-hand side to
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pressingtheknob
toshiftthe
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This control adjusts the volume balance between the front and rear speakers. Slide lever @to right-hand side
to shift the sound to the rear speakers, and to Iefi-hand side to the front speakers.
The FADER control has no effect on the output when using a two speaker installation.
Under this condition, set the FADER control to the center position.
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TAPE OPERATION
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SELECTING TAPE MODE
Insert a cassette into the tape slot O and the tape player will start.
The unit plays the upper side of the tape.
FAST FORWARD
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2
Lightly press button @to fast-forward the tape.
After fast forwarding, lightly press the button again to resume playing.
EJECTING
ATAPE
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2
Press button Q to eject a tape.
The unit turns into radio mode and receives the last tuned station.
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RADIO OPERATION
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2
SELECTING RADIO BAND
Press button O to select the desired band while in radio mode,
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FM1 —
RADIO TUNING
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FM2 —MW—
LW 1
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2
Manual tuning
. . . To select higher frequency stations, press the @ button (for less than 0.5 seconds).
To select lower frequency stations, press thee button.
To quickly scan up or down in frequency, press and hold the @ or e button, Release
and press again the button when the desired frequency appears on the display.
● A flashing
decimal point in the frequency display indicates that the system is receiving a station 50 kHz higher than the displayed frequency.
Automatic tuning
. . Press the @ or @ button for more than 0.5 seconds.
When the button is released, the system will start automatic tuning and stop at the next
receivable station.
STORING
PRESET STATIONS
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3
The preset buttons can be used to store 6 stations in each band (FM1, FM2, MW and LW) for quick tuning.
● Programming
stations . . 1 Select the desired band and tune in the station you want to store in memory.
E Press and hold one of the preset buttons for more than 1.5 seconds.
and
to program further stations.
Repeat stops
● Quick tuning
... .
Select a desired band and press one of the six preset buttons.
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ATP (AUTO TRAVER PRESET)
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With this function, the system searches for and memorizes the 6 strongest stations in one of the three bands
(FM1, FM2, MW) in order of signal strength.
This feature is useful when you are driving in an unfamiliar location and want to memorize local stations without
changing the standard preset stations.
A total of 12 stations (6 FM and 6 MW) can be programmed.
● To set the stations
. ..
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1 Select the desired band.
E Press and hold button @ for more than 1.5 seconds.
“AS will appear in the display.
When the stations have been memorized, scanning will stop and the
strongest station will be received.
Quick Tuning of ATP Stations
. Select the desired band.
● Press button @ if the “AS”
indicator does not appear in the display.
● Press preset button @ to select the desired
ATP preset. If a total of six
stations cannot be preset “-––” will be displayed for the empty channels.
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Notes
If no station can be received, “-– –“ will appear in the display. The system will tune
to the station which was being received before the ATP function was selected.
● If there are less than 6 stations
which can be received, the system will memorize
these stations and start receiving the one memorized first.
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PRESET-SCAN-BUTTON
OPERATION
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This function scans each of the preset stations stored in the selected band (both manual presets and auto travel presets).
● To scan
.
.
Select the desired band or ATP mode. Press button @ for FM1, FM2, LW or MW band, or
press button @ for less than 0.5 seconds for ATP mode.
Press button 0. The system will sequentially receive each preset station for 5 seconds.
To hold the station, press button@ again during this five second period.
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ACCESSORIES
AND HARDWARE
INSTALLATION
@
Mounting Bracket
(Half Sleeve) x 1
Mounting Grommet
xl
SET REMOVAL
Unlock Levers
x2
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Mounting Screw M5
xl
INSTALLATION
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MOUN
1. Insert the mountina bracket into the DIN-standard cutout (182 x 53 mm) in the dashboard
2. Bend the mounting bracket stopper outwards until the bracket fits snugly in the cutout.
3. Install the supplied mounting screw (M5) in the audio unit.
Cover the mounting screw with the supplied rubber cap.
4. Push the unit into mounting bracket until it locks in place.
UNIT REMOVAL
1. Insert the pair of unlock levers into the slot on each side of the front panel until it clicks.
Note
Take care not to insert the levers upsidedown.
2. Pressing the levers downward,
pull the levers to remove the audio unit.
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or console.
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
WIRING
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. DO NOT connect any speaker wires to the metal body or chassis of the vehicle.
c DO NOT connect the speaker common (—)wires to each other.
● Connect
each speaker wire directly to each speaker terminal.
● All speaker
common (–) wires must remain floating.
1 Antenna socket
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Insert the antenna plug installed in your vehicle into this socket.
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+12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow)
s
+12V Accessory/Switched
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d
wire (Black)
Connect this wire to the vehicle chassis.
Power Antenna/Amplifier
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(Red)
Connectthis wire totheterminal which receives power while the ignition switch is ON or in the ACCESSORY position.
In the case of a vehicle not having ACC, connect this wire to a + 12V power terminal which receives power
continuously. (Same as terminal 2.)
Ground
●
s
Connect this wire to the + 12V power terminal which receives power continuously.
Turn On (Blue/Red)
Connect this wire to the control terminal of a Power Antenna or an external amplifier.
When not using a Power Antenna or an external amplifier, this wire is not connected.
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Notes
● When using
a two-speaker installation, set the FADER control to the center position.
● When not using
a Power Antenna/External
Amplifiec cover the end of the Blue/Red wire with
electrical tape to prevent it from shorting to the unit or vehicle chassis.
● When
using a two-speaker installation, the Violet, Gray/Black, Green and White/Black wires,
which are used for a four-speaker installation, are not used. The ends of these wires must be covered with electrical tape to prevent them from shorting to the unit or vehicle chassis.
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When fuse replacement is necessary, remove
the blown fuse by using pliers. Then install the
new 5 amp fuse.
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