DN-H800 - Hifi Vintage
TUNER-5CD CHANGER
DN - H800
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TUNER / 5CD CHANGER
DN H800
POWER
2
SH FT
/PTY
ON
TUNING
PRESET
1
4
3
AUTO/
MANU
BAND
5
DOWN
MEMORY
UP
D SPLAY
SEARCH
/CHA
1
TUNER
2
3
ON/OFF
1
2
4
5
DISC SELECT
3
6
7
4
9
0 CLEAR
PROGRAM
/D RECT
CALL
SKIP
+10
RANDOM
REPEAT
8
5
OFF
OPEN CLOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
STOP
D SC
PHONES
2
3
4
5
R S PS
D SC
MEMO
MAX
MIN
TP P Y
REMOTE
SENSOR
RACK
SELECTED
PLAY MODE
EPARA E S NGLE
Hz
M z
PAGE
CONT NUE
PITCH
TIMER
MAX
OFF
FOR ENGLISH READERS
PAUSE
T ME
OUTPUT SELECT
P SET
MIN
1
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONES DISP
SELECT
LEVEL
PLAY
TUNER
CD
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“SERIAL NO.
PLEASE RECORD UNIT SERIAL NUMBER ATTACHED TO THE REAR OF THE
CABINET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE”
ENGLISH
IMPORTANT TO SAFETY
• FOR U.S.A. & CANADA MODEL ONLY
CAUTION
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS
(POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD,
RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN
BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
CAUTION:
1. Handle the power supply cord carefully
Do not damage or deform the power supply cord. If it is damaged or
deformed, it may cause electric shock or malfunction when used. When
removing from wall outlet, be sure to remove by holding the plug
attachment and not by pulling the cord.
2. Do not open the top cover
In order to prevent electric shock, do not open the top cover.
If problems occur, contact your DENON dealer.
3. Do not place anything inside
Do not place metal objects or spill liquid inside the TUNER-5CD
CHANGER.
Electric shock or malfunction may result.
• POUR LES MODELES AMERICAINS ET
CANADIENS UNIQUEMENT
ATTENTION
POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS
UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN
PROLONGATEUR UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE
SORTIE DE COURANT, SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ETRE
INSEREES A FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A
DECOUVERT.
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
COMPACT
• Use compact discs that include the
mark.
DIGITAL AUDIO
CD’s with special shapes (heart-shaped CD’s,
octagonal CD’s etc.) cannot be played on this
set.
Attempting to do so may damage the set. Do not
use such CD’s.
• Utiliser des disques compacts portant le logo
COMPACT
CAUTION: TO
REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
D GITAL AUDIO
.
Des CD avec des formes spéciales (CD en forme
de coeur, des CD octogonaux, etc.) ne peuvent
pas être lus sur cet appareil.
Le fait de l’essayer, risque d’endommager le
lecteur. Ne pas utiliser de tels CD.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
COMPACT
• Use discos compactos con la marca
DIGITAL AUDIO
.
En este equipo no es posible reproducir CDs con
formas especiales (CDs con forma de corazón,
CDs octagonales, etc.).
Si intenta hacerlo, el equipo podrá resultar
dañado. No use este tipo de CDs.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR REFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED
BY ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions : (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les
exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Residue
Résidu
Residuos
Disc
• The disc may not play normally if there is residue along the edges of
the center hole.
• When using new discs in particular, use a pen, etc., to remove the
residue.
• Le disque peut ne pas être lu normalements s’il y a un résidu le long
des bord du trou central.
• Lors de l’utilisation de nouveaux disques en particulier, utiliser un
stylo à bille, etc., pour enlever le résidu.
• El disco no puede ser reproducido normalmente debido a la
terminación deficiente de los bordes del agujero central.
• Para quitar estos residuos de material, especialmente cuando vaya a
re-producir discos nuevos, utilice un bolígrafo, o algo similar.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
12.
Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
appliance.
Heed Warning – All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
14.
Cleaning – The appliance should be cleaned only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
4.
Following Instructions – All operating and use instructions
should be followed.
15.
Power Lines – An outdoor antenna should be located away
from power lines.
5.
Water and Moisture – The appliance should not be used
near water – for example, near a bathtub, washbowl,
kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a
swimming pool, and the like.
16.
6.
Carts and Stands – The appliance should be used only with
a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer.
6A.
An appliance and cart
combination should be
moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven
surfaces may cause
the appliance and cart
combination to overturn.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna is
connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage
surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast
and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to
an antenna-discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
See Figure A.
17.
Nonuse Periods – The power cord of the appliance should
be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long
period of time.
1.
Read Instructions – All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the appliance is
operated.
2.
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
3.
7.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The appliance should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
18.
Object and Liquid Entry – Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
8.
Ventilation – The appliance should be situated so that its
location or position does not interfere with its proper
ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be
situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that may
block the ventilation openings; or, placed in a built-in
installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may
impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings.
19.
Damage Requiring Service – The appliance should be
serviced by qualified service personnel when:
9.
Heat – The appliance should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
10.
Power Sources – The appliance should be connected to a
power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the appliance.
11.
Grounding or Polarization – Precautions should be taken so
that the grounding or polarization means of an appliance is
not defeated.
FIGURE A
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
AS PER NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810 20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810 21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250 PART H)
NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure
damaged.
20.
Servicing – The user should not attempt to service the
appliance beyond that described in the operating
instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qualified service personnel.
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FRONT PANEL
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MEMORY
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TUNER
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SEARCH
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DISC SELECT
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OPEN/CLOSE
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STOP
DISC
PHONES
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2
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4
5
PAUSE
T ME
OUTPUT SELECT
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONES DISP
SELECT
LEVEL
PLAY
REMOTE
SENSOR
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PLAY MODE
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CONT NUE
PITCH
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UNBALANCED OUT
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CD
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REMOTE
ANTENNA TERMINALS
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NOTE ON USE / OBSERVATIONS RELATIVES A L’UTILISATION
• Do not let foreign objects in the set.
• Keep the set free from moisture,
water, and dust.
• Avoid high temperatures.
Allow for sufficient heat dispersion
when installed on a rack.
• Protéger l’appareil contre l’humidité,
l’eau et lapoussière.
• Ne pas laisser des objets étrangers
dans l’appareil.
• No deje objetos extraños dentro del
equipo.
• Mantenga el equipo libre de humedad,
agua y polvo.
• Eviter des températures élevées.
Tenir compte d’une dispersion de
chaleur suffisante lors de l’installation
sur une étagère.
• Evite altas temperaturas.
Permite la suficiente dispersión del
calor cuando está instalado en la
consola.
• Unplug the power cord when not using
the set for long periods of time.
• Débrancher le cordon d’alimentation
lorsque l’appareil n’est pas utilisé
pendant de longues périodes.
• Desconecte el cordón de energía
cuando no utilice el equipo por mucho
tiempo.
• Do not let insecticides, benzene, and
thinner come in contact with the set.
• Ne pas mettre en contact des
insecticides, du benzène et un diluant
avec l’appareil.
• No permita el contacto de insecticidas,
gasolina y diluyentes con el equipo.
• Handle the power cord carefully.
Hold the plug when unplugging the
cord.
• Manipuler le cordon d’alimentation
avec précaution.
Tenir la prise lors du débranchement
du cordon.
• Maneje el cordón de energía con
cuidado.
Sostenga el enchufe cuando
desconecte el cordón de energía.
• Never disassemble or modify the set in
any way.
* (For sets with ventilation holes)
• Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
• Ne pas obstruer les trous d’aération.
• No obstruya los orificios de ventilación.
• Ne jamais démonter ou modifier
l’appareil d’une manière ou d’une
autre.
• Nunca desarme o modifique el equipo
de ninguna manera.
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CAROUSEL
TRAY
TAPE
CAUTION
1. When the unit is to be transported, apply tape as illustrated in the diagram so that the carousel inside the tray
does not turn.
2. Always remove all discs from the trays when moving the set. Failure to do so may damage the set.
3. When the power is turned off, the varied level will be cleared and be set to 0 dB.
ATTENTION
1. Lorsque l’appareil doit être transporté, placer le couvercle comme illustré sur le schéma, de façon à ce que le
carrousel à l’intérieur du plateau ne tourne pas.
2. Toujours retirer les disques du plateau avant toute manipulation. En cas contraire l’appareil pourrait être
endommagé.
3. Lorsque le lecteur est éteint, le niveau varié est effacé et remis à 0 dB.
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Thank you for purchasing the DENON TUNER-5CD CHANGER.
Read the Operating Instructions thoroughly, and operate this
player properly.
— TABLE OF CONTENTS —
CAUTION:
• The DN-H800 will work normally when the player unit is
mounted with the front panel within 15 degrees of the vertical
plane. If the unit is tilted excessively, discs may not load or
unload peoperly.
FEATURES ……………………………………………………………6
Max. 5°
CAUTIONS DURING USE ……………………………………………6
NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ………………7 ~ 10
OPENING AND CLOSING THE DRAWER AND
LOADING A DISC …………………………………………………11
CONNECTIONS …………………………………………………13, 14
NORMAL PLAY
…………………………………………………14
OTHER PLAY METHODS
…………………………………14 ~ 18
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS …………………………………18
COMPACT DISCS …………………………………………………18
LISTENING TO RADIO PROGRAMS ………………………19 ~ 21
USEING THE TIMER ………………………………………………21
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT …………………………………………21
TROUBLESHOOTING ………………………………………………22
SPECIFICATIONS …………………………………………………23
Please check to make sure the follwing items are included
with the main unit in the carton:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Operating instructions …………………………………………1
Connection Cords ……………………………………………1
AM LOOP Antenna ……………………………………………1
Service Station List ……………………………………………1
NOTE:
This TUNER-5CD CHANGER uses the semiconductor laser. To
allow you to enjoy music at a stable operation, it is
recommended to use this in a room of 10 °C (50 °F) ~ 35 °C (95
°F).
DN-H800
FEATURES
5CD CHANGER
2 Carousel-type changer mechanism included
This mechanism can house five discs, and while one disc is
playing the remaining four discs can be changed. In addition,
the carousel can be rotated either clockwise or
counterclockwise, so searching between discs is fast.
2 20-track programming and random play
2 ±12 % variable pitch playback
2 Single/continuous playback function
TUNER
2 RDS programs can be easily received (FM only)
2 AM/FM 30-station random preset tuner
GENERAL
2 19-inch rack mountable
2 Headphone monitor and display switchable
The headphone monitor and display can be switched from CD
to TUNER and TUNER to CD.
2 Wired remote control capability
2 Headphones jack with volume control
CAUTIONS DURING USE
• This TUNER-5CD CHANGER is capable of
playing discs which have the mark at right.
• During track selection, during search and
when the player sustains a strong impact, the
disc’s rotational speed changes greatly,
causing a small noise to be emitted. This is
not a malfunction of the player.
• The DN-H800 has a broad dynamic range. Please exercise
caution when turning up the volume on the amplifier in cases
when the playback volume is low. If the volume is turned up
too high, it could damage the speakers.
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• Do not use any discs but exclusive audio discs with this
TUNER-5CD CHANGER.
• Placing this player or its connection cords near a TV or other
audio device could cause a humming sound to be emitted. if
this occurs, relocate the player or reroute the connection
cords.
• Be sure to remove the disc from the player before moving it.
The discs could be damaged if left in the player while it is
being moved.
• Do not place any object in the position where the disc is
loaded, or open and close the tray with anything inside.
Foreign objects in the tray could damage the play mechanism.
• Do not move the player from a cold place to a warm place
suddenly. If the player is cold when brought into a warm room,
condensation could form, preventing proper operation of the
player. If condensation does form on the player when it is
brought into a warm room, wait at least 30 minutes before
use.
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NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS (Refer to page 4.)
FRONT PANEL
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• The mode changes as follows each time the button is
pressed:
Tuning frequency
Input character
Programme service name (PS)
Programme type (PTY)
Clock Time (CT)
• The following may be displayed if the signals are weak or
no RDS service is available. This is not a malfunction.
“NO PS”
“NO PTY”
“NO CT”
NOTE:
The programme type, programme service name and
clock time are not displayed in the MW (AM) band.
POWER switch
• Press this button to switch on the power.
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Loading drawer
• Discs can be loaded and unloaded when this drawer is
open.
Do not force the drawer closed by hand.
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Preset channel button (1 to 5)
• Use these when presetting and recalling stations. Also
use these with the SHIFT/PTY button to use a total of 30
preset channels, A (1 to 5), B (1 to 5), … F (1 to 5).
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SHIFT/PTY button
• Use this button to select the memory blocks, A (1 to 5), B
(1 to 5), C (1 to 5), D (1 to 5), E (1 to 5), or F (1 to 5).
• For PTY search use this button to select the program
type. When writing station names, use this button to set
the writing position.
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BAND button
• Selects FM or MW (AM).
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Display mode selector button (DISPLAY)
• This button is used to select the display mode.
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TUNER ON/OFF button
• This button turns the tuner output on and off.
• When off, the sound of the tuner is not output from any
output. If any tuner-related button is pressed when the
tuner is turned off, the tuner turns on and the indicator
lights.
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DISC SELECT button (1 to 5)
• Press this button to select the disc number.
!3
Number buttons
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0/CLEAR and +10)
• Use these buttons for the direct search and program
memory functions. For direct search, press for example
button 3 if you want to hear track number 3. For track
number 12, press +10 then 2 . For track number 33,
press +10 three times, then press 3 . To program
tracks, press the PROGRAM/DIRECT button !7 to set to
the program mode.
!4
SKIP button
• Each time this button is pressed, the carousel will rotate
in a clockwise direction to the next tray position. This
allows for loading or unloading of discs.
This button is also used to select the next disc, in the
normal play continuously.
TUNING UP and DOWN buttons
• These buttons are used to select AM and FM stations.
Search/Character mode button
(SEARCH/CHA)
• This button is used for the RDS search (Refer to page 20,
21), PTY search (Refer to page 21) and TP search (Refer
to page 21) operations, and to input the station name
(Refer to page 20).
MEMORY button
• Frequencies and station names can be stored in the
memory. When this button is pressed, the “MEMO”
indicator on the display flashes for 10 seconds. Use the
SHIFT/PTY button and the preset channel buttons during
this time to designate the desired preset channel.
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Tuning mode button (AUTO/MANU)
• This switches between auto and manual tuning.
Auto tuning: (The “AUTO” indicator lights.)
When TUNING UP and DOWN buttons is pressed in this
mode, auto tuning starts and tuning stops automatically
when a broadcast station is found. Auto tuning is used to
receive FM broadcasts in stereo. Depending on the mode
of the broadcast and the strength of the signal, auto
tuning will automatically switch the receiving mode to
stereo or monaural. During tuning, the frequency is
automatically tuned up or down.
Manual tuning:
When TUNING UP and DOWN buttons is pressed in this
mode, manual tuning is performed until the control is
released. The broadcast is received in monaural
regardless of the mode of the FM broadcast. The
reception mode should be set to manual when there is
noisy reception of stereo broadcasts (which are indicated
by the lighting of “AUTO”) and also when the signal is
weak. During tuning, the reception frequency is tuned up
or down only when the tuning buttons is operated.
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“NO CT” may be displayed within the first minute after a
station is tuned in, but this is not a malfunction. If time
data is being broadcast, the time can be displayed after
one minute has passed.
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OPEN/CLOSE button (5)
• Press this button when opening.
• The drawer is opened toward the front.
• Press the button again to close the drawer.
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Normally the elapsed time for the track currently playing
is displayed. When this button is pressed, the display
switches to the
RANDOM button
• Press this button to begin random play.
• Pressing this button during stop, and press play button
play to full automatic random play.
• Pressing this button during playing of a program starts
random play of the tracks in the program.
(Refer to page 17, item u.)
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remaining time for the track
↓
total remaining time on the disc
↓
then back to the elapsed time per track
PROGRAM/DIRECT button
During programmed playback, the total remaining time
display indicates the total remaining time of the
promrammed tracks.
• Press this button when you want you enter tracks for
programmed playback. (Refer to page 16.)
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CALL button
• When this button is pressed in the program mode, the
programmed track numbers are called out.
• When the 0/CLEAR button !3 is pressed, the displayed
track number is cleared. (Refer to page 16.)
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@5
PLAY button (1)
@2
TIME button
• Press this button during the play or pause mode to
switch the time display.
Automatic/Manual search reverse button
( 8 /6 )
• Press this button to return the pickup to the beginning of
the present track. Press again to return to other tracks.
• By pressing the button a number of times, the pickup will
move back the corresponding number of tracks.
• Keep on pressing this button for more than 0.5 seconds
during playback for fast reverse search. As long as the
button is kept pressed, music signals are played back
faster than normal.
• Keep on pressing this button for more than 0.5 seconds
when the pause mode is engaged, you can quickly
reverse the pickup to a desired position, three times
faster compared to manual reverse search during
playback. During this time, no sound is heard.
PAUSE button (3)
• Press this button to stop play temporarily.
• Pressing the Pause button during play stops play
temporarily. The “1” indicator goes off and the “3”
indicator lights up.
• To cancel the Pause state, press either the PLAY button
@0 or press the PAUSE button @1 a second time.
PITCH – and + buttons
• Press these buttons to set the playing pitch within a
range of +12% to –12%.
• The set playing pitch is shown on the display.
• Press this button to play a disc.
The “1” indicator lights up when the button is pressed,
the number of the disc and the track being played is
displayed by the Disc Number and Track No. indicator,
and the amount of elapsed time for the current track is
displayed by the Time indicator.
• The “1” indicator goes off after playing of the final track
of the final disc is finished and the player stops.
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Automatic/Manual search forward button
( 7 /9 )
• Press this button to move the pickup forward to the
beginning of the next track. Press again to move ahead to
other tracks.
• By pressing the button a number of times, the pickup will
advance the corresponding number of tracks.
• Keep on pressing this button for more than 0.5 seconds
during playback for fast forward search. As long as the
button is kept pressed, music signals are played back
faster than normal.
• Keep on pressing this button for more than 0.5 seconds
when the pause mode is engaged, you can quickly
forward the pickup to a desired position, three times
faster compared to manual forward search during
playback. During this time, no sound is heard.
REPEAT button
• Press this button for repeated playback. The “RPT”
indicator appears on the display. The following three
types of repeat modes are available:
• When pressed once, the “RPT” and “1” indicators light
and the track currently playing is repeated.
• When pressed again, the “RPT” and “DISC” indicators
light and all the tracks on the disc currently playing are
repeated.
• When pressed again,the “RPT” and “ALL DISC”
indicators light and all the discs currently set on the tray
are repeated.
• When pressed again,the “RPT” and “ALL DISC”
indicators turn off and the repeat mode is cancelled.
The repeat function can also be used during programmed
and random playback, but in this case only the all repeat
(“ALL DISC” indicator) modes are available.
(Refer to page 17, y.)
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STOP button (2)
• Press this button to stop play.
@7
TIMER switch
• Slide this switch when setting the timer and to turn the
timer on so that it operates at the set times. (Refer to
page 22.)
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PLAY MODE switch
• Use this to select the play mode.
• The play mode switch functions in the normal play,
program play and random play modes.
SINGLE: (single track play mode)
The stop mode is set after one track is played.
CONTINUE: (continuous play mode)
Playback continues on to the next track after one track is
played.
NOTES:
• Repeat playback is not possible in the single mode.
• If the random play or programmed play mode is set in the
single mode, random or programmed playback stops
after one track.
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OUTPUT SELECT switch
#6
#7
REAR PANEL
Remote Control Sensor (REMOTE SENSOR)
$0
#9
#4
• Use this to adjust the level of the tuner output from the
SELECTED/TUNER and headphones output jacks.
• Even if the OUTPUT SELECT switch is set to the
SELECTED position, this control only adjusts the tuner’s
output level. It does not change the CD’s output level.
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BALANCED OUT (CD) connectors
• These are active balanced outputs using XLR type
connectors. The CD’s playback signals are output from
these connectors.
• Pin layout: 1. Common
2. Cold
3. Hot
• Applicable connector: Cannon XLR-3-31 or equivalent
NOTE: Do not short-circuit the hot or cold pin with the
common pin.
$1
BALANCED OUT (SELECTED/TUNER) connectors
• These are active balanced outputs using XLR type
connectors. The signal selected with the OUTPUT
SELECT switch and the headphones/display select button
is output from these connectors.
• Pin layout: 1. Common
2. Cold
3. Hot
• Applicable connector: Cannon XLR-3-31 or equivalent
NOTE: Do not short-circuit the hot or cold pin with the
common pin.
Headphones/display select button
(PHONES-DISP SELECT)
Tuner output adjustment control
(TUNER OUT ADJ)
FM antenna terminals
(ANTENNA TERMINAL FM)
• 75 Ω/ohm coaxial cables can be connected to these
terminals. For the connection procedure, see the section
“CONNECTIONS”. (Refer to page 13.)
Disc indicators (1 to 5)
• This button switches between the headphones output
and the display.
• When the OUTPUT SELECT switch is set to the
SEPARATE position, the headphones output and display
switch to the CD when in the tuner mode, to the tuner
when in the CD mode. When the OUTPUT SELECT
switch is set to the SELECTED position the headphones
output and display cannot be switched.
AM antenna terminals
(ANTENNA TERMINAL AM/GND)
• Connect the included AM loop antenna. (Refer to page 13
for connections.)
Connect with this terminal when a medium wave outdoor
antenna is used.
• Refer to page 11.
#3
Disc trays (1 to 5)
• One disc per tray can be loaded.
NOTE:
Do not stop the carousel by hand when it is turning. If this
is done, the microprocessor erroneously determines the
disc number and the disc can be damaged.
#8
Display
Headphones jack (PHONES)
• For private listening, you can connect your headphones to
this jack. Do not raise the volume level too much when
listening through headphones.
• These indicate whether discs are loaded.
• All the indicators light green when the loading drawer is
opened. When the loading drawer is closed, the tray
spins, and if the set detects that no disc is loaded, the
indicator for that disc number turns off.
#2
PHONES LEVEL control
• Use this to adjust the output level of the headphones.
• This switches the output from the SELECTED/TUNER
output terminal as follows:
SELECTED:
The sound of the tuner is output when the tuner is
operated, the sound of the CD is output when the CD
player is operated. When switched from the CD to the
tuner, CD playback stops.
SEPARATE:
The sound of the tuner is always output, regardless of
what is shown on the display or what is operated. In this
mode, CD playback does not stop when the tuner is
operated.
• This sensor receives the infrared light transmitted from
the wireless remote control unit.
• This product does not come with a remote control unit.
#1
#5
$2
UNBALANCED OUT (CD) terminals
• These are unbalanced outputs using RCA type terminals.
The CD’s playback signals are output from these
terminals.
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$3
$4
UNBALANCED OUT (SELECTED/TUNER) terminals
• These are unbalanced outputs using RCA type terminals.
The signal selected with the OUTPUT SELECT switch
and the headphones/display select button is output from
these terminals.
REMOTE Jack
• This is a stereo mini jack for wired remote control. For
remote circuit connections, refer to page 14.
DISPLAY
• RDS (Radio Data System) When the SEARCH/CHA button is
pressed, a station is searched for and automatically tuned in, the
“RDS” indicator lights and the station’s name is displayed on the
frequency display.
• PTY (Program Type) This indicator lights when the type of RDS
program is specified.
• TP (Traffic Program) “TP” lights when an RDS traffic information
station is received.
• PS (Program Service name) This lights when the station name is
displayed.
The selected functions, volume, reception band, reception frequency,
RDS data, time, and timer settings are displayed here.
The following is displayed in the track number display in the CD mode:
• When the disc’s data cannot be read properly …………………………00
• In the stop mode ……………………………………Total number of tracks
• In the play and programme modes …………………………Track number
These display the reception mode.
ST:
This lights when a stereo program is
received in the AUTO mode.
MONO: This lights when a monaural program is
received in the AUTO mode and when
the AUTO/MANU button is pressed,
setting the manual mode.
AUTO: This lights when the AUTO/MANU button
is pressed, setting the auto mode.
The following is displayed in the time display in the CD mode:
• When the disc’s data cannot be read ………………………………00:00
• In the stop mode …………………………………………Total playing time
• In the play and pause modes………………Elapsed time for current track
This lights when a station
is tuned in properly.
The currently selected disc number is displayed in the disc number display
in the CD mode.
“P.SET” lights when the tuner
preset number is displayed.
This flashes for approximately 10
seconds when the MEMORY
button is pressed while presetting
stations.
1 (the play indicator) lights when a
disc is playing, and 3 (the pause
indicator) lights when the pause
mode is set.
●
“RANDOM” lights during the random play.
“PROG” lights during
programmed playback.
This changes as follows each time the REPEAT button is pressed:
1st press: RPT 1 (single-track repeat) is displayed.
2nd press: RPT DISC (1 disc all track repeat) is displayed.
3rd press: RPT ALL DISC (all disc all track repeat) is displayed.
4th press: Nothing is displayed.
Flashes when remote control
signals are received.
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OPENING AND CLOSING THE DRAWER AND LOADING A DISC
Opening and closing the drawer (This operation only works
while the power is on.)
1. Press the POWER switch to turn on the power.
2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (5).
How to load a disc
• Make sure the drawer is completely open.
DN H8 0
T NER 5 D CH NGER
POWER
TU I G
P E ET
1
2
4
3
H T
P Y
N
5
A T /
M NU
AND
D WN
D
P
PL Y
1
TU ER
2
4
3
1
5
6
I C SE E T
3
ON O F
E R H
/ HA
M MORY
2
7
4
8
9
P OG AM
D R CT
0 CL AR
10
SK P
5
OP
• Hold the disc by the edges and place it on the disc tray. (Do
not touch the signal surface, i.e., the glossy side.)
CA L
RAN OM
EP AT
F
LABEL SIDE
UP WARD
Y
OSE
P USE
ST P
S
G
O T
IME
UE
T MER
PT H
CD
• Set the disc properly in the tray according to its size.
Set 8cm discs in the center hole.
Set 12cm discs in the outer hole.
• When the drawer is opened during the stop mode, discs can
be loaded in the disc 1 to disc 4 trays. If the DISC SKIP button
is pressed, the carousel turns and a disc can be loaded in the
disc 5 tray.
When the drawer is opened during the play mode, it is
T NER 5 D CH NGER
DN H8 0
POWER
TU I G
RE ET
1
2
H T
TY
N
4
3
5
A T /
M NU
AND
D WN
D
P
PL Y
1
TU ER
2
4
3
1
5
I C SE E T
3
ON O F
E R H
M
2
6
7
4
8
9
P OG AM
D R CT
0 CL AR
10
SK P
5
CA L
RA DOM
EP AT
F
possible to load and unload discs in all of the disc trays other
than the one whose disc is currently playing. In this case, the
OP N C OSE
P USE
ST P
P AY MO E
S
G
O T
IME
UE
T MER
PT H
CD
O
DISC SKIP button will not operate.
• Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (5) to close the drawer.
Caution:
• The player will not operate properly and the disc may even be
damaged if it is not set correctly.
• If your finger should get caught in the drawer when it closes,
TU ER 5CD
HAN ER
DN H800
P WER
UN NG
PR S T
1
2
4
3
T
P Y
5
/
A U
B ND
DO
N
ME ORY
UP
S
D S LAY
1
UN R
2
4
3
D SC
N OFF
H
1
C A
2
5
6
E EC
3
7
4
8
9
0 / LE R
0
KP
5
press the OPEN/CLOSE button (5).
R GR M
D R CT
ALL
R ND M
R PE T
O E / L SE
PA SE
TOP
P AY MODE
• Do not place any foreign objects on the disc tray, and do not
place more than one disc on the tray at a time. Otherwise
SN L
ON N E
I ER
D
F
malfunction may occur.
• Do not push in the drawer manually when the power is off as
this may cause malfunction and damage the TUNER-5CD
CHANGER.
• Do not touch the carousel while it is turning. Also, do not turn
the carousel by hand when it is stopped. Doing so could
damage it.
UN R / 5 D CH NG R
DN H8 0
POWER
T N NG
RE ET
1
2
S I T
TY
3
AND
4
A T /
M NU
5
OWN
EMO Y
P
E R H
CHA
I PL Y
T NER
1
2
3
ON O F
1
2
4
5
I C S LE T
3
6
4
7
8
9
0 C EAR
10
SK P
5
P OG AM
I ECT
RA DOM
CA L
EP AT
OP N C O E
ST P
AU E
LAY M DE
I G
O T
T MER
O
• Do not insert disc where indicated by arrow.
This could damage the internal mechanism in the unit.
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CD
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CONNECTIONS
2 Connecting the included antennas
Installing the AM loop antenna
Tune in an AM station and set the antenna in a position as far
AM loop antenna
from the system as possible in which distortion and noise is
minimum. In some cases it is best to invert the polarities.
AM broadcasts cannot be received well if the loop antenna is not
Direction of
broadcasting station
FM antenna
75 Ω/ohms
coaxial cable
connected or if it is set close to metal objects.
* Place the antenna 10 cm away from the set.
Assembling the AM loop antenna
Assemble the included AM loop antenna as shown in the
diagram.
q Remove the clamp.
w Insert the AM loop antenna into the antenna stand.
AM loop antenna
Antenna stand
Connecting an FM outdoor antenna
If good reception cannot be achieved with the included FM
antenna, use an FM outdoor antenna. Connect an F-shaped
connector to the coaxial cable and connect the antenna to the
FM COAX (75 Ω/ohms) terminal.
Selecting a place for the FM outdoor antenna
• Set the antenna so that it is pointing towards the broadcast
Connecting the AM loop antenna
Connect the included AM loop antenna to the antenna terminals
as shown in the diagram.
q Loosen the
terminal knobs.
w Insert the antenna
wire.
e Tighten the
terminal knobs.
station’s transmitting antenna. Behind buildings or mountains,
set the antenna in the position at which reception is best, and
also try changing the direction of the antenna.
• Do not install the antenna under power lines.
Doing so is extremely dangerous, as the power line could
touch the antenna.
• Install the antenna away from roads or train tracks to avoid
noise from cars or trains.
• Do not install the antenna too high, as it may be hit by
lightning.
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC, which
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular,
specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as close to the point of
cable entry as practical.
Installing an AM outdoor antenna
Connect the signal wire from the AM outdoor antenna to the
antenna terminal. Be sure to ground the antenna and connect
the ground wire to the GND terminal. Also be sure to connect
the included AM loop antenna.
Loop antenna terminals
AM outdoor antenna
Approx. 12 meters
8 meters
or greater
Ground
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Leave your entire system (including the DN-H800) turned off until all connections between the DN-H800 and other components have
been completed.
2 Connecting the DN-H800 to an Amplifier
• Before connecting the DN-H800 to your amplifier, it is a good practice to review your amplifier’s instruction manual.
• Use the white plugs for the left channel and red plugs for the right channel.
DN-H800
Receiver or amplifier
WHITE
RED
LAN ED OUT
WHITE
CD
AUX
WHITE
L
L
R
R
L
TUNER
R
S LE TED
TU ER
NBA ANCED U
SE ECT D
/ UNER
CD
RED
RED
EMOTE
NTEN A ERM NA S
L
WHITE
Power supply
outlet
R
RED
120 V 60 Hz
2 Connection Precautions
• Before proceeding with connections or disconnections of cables and power cords, be sure to turn all system components off.
• Ensure that all cables are connected properly to the L (left) and R (right) jacks.
• Insert plugs fully into the terminals.
• Connect the CD output jacks to the amplifier CD or AUX input jacks.
2 Wired remote control connections
• For wired remote control, use the circuit shown on the diagram below.
• Design the circuit so that the wire resistance is 0.5 Ω/ohms or less.
• Up to six units can be controlled simultaneously
C1
L ch
150
N
180
N
270
N
PRESET DOWN
PRESET UP
390
N
680
N
1.3k
N
3.9k
N
TUNER ON/OFF
diagram below and connect at the remote control
inputs (C1, C2 and C3).
TUNER UNIT
• Design the circuit so that the resistance of the
C2
R ch
with one remote control unit.
• Wire the signal and ground lines as shown on the
150
N
1
180
N
2
270
N
9
390
N
8
680
N
1.3k
N
3.9k
N
individual wires is 0.5 Ω/ohms or less.
DISC SKIP
Connecting two DN-H800 units (N = 2)
GND
C3
CD UNIT
R ch
L ch
G R
L
Remote unit
ø3.5mm
STEREO MINI PLUG
GND
C1 C2 C3
*1
N
6
(“N” is the number
of DN-H800 units
connected.)
DN-H800
DN-H800
1
2
2 Installation Precautions
• If the DN-H800 is placed near amplifier, tuner or other components, noise (induced hum) or beat interference may result (especially
during AM or FM reception).
If this occurs, separate the DN-H800 from other components or reorient its position.
NOTE:
Use this unit in a horizontal orientation.
When the unit is used with the front panel facing upward (and the unit is in a vertical orientation) or when the front panel is on an incline,
the will not operate properly.
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NORMAL PLAY
Follow the steps below to get an understanding of the disc play procedure.
(1) Starting Playback
2
TUN R 5CD CHA GER
3
1. Turn the power switch on and press the OPEN/CLOSE ( 5 )
button to open the drawer.
DN H8 0
POW R
UN NG
PR SET
1
2
4
3
SH T
O
1
5
U O/
AND
DOWN
UP
IS LAY
EA CH
MEMORY
1
TUN R
2
4
3
I C
ON OFF
1
5
6
7
9
0 CLEAR
ROGR M
DI ECT
CALL
SK P
+10
RA DOM
R PEAT
8
ELEC
2
4
5
2. Set the disc to be played in the tray on left side.
O F
O EN C OSE
5 D SC AUTOMATIC D SC LOAD NG SYSTEM
PL Y
PAUSE
STOP
D C
PH NES
1
2
3
4
5
OU PUT SELECT
TUN R O T DJ PHON S D SP
SE ECT
EVEL
E EC
LAY MODE
P RA E
I
5. The disc number, track number and elapsed time, etc., for the
disc currently playing appear on the display window.
P TCH
N NUE
TIMER
MN
M X
MN
3. Press the PLAY button (1).
4. The drawer close and the disc just loaded is played.
AX
F
UN R
D
6. If the OPEN/CLOSE ( 5 ) button is pressed while a disc is
playing, playback continues, but the drawer opens and four
discs can be replaced.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE (5) button again to close the drawer.
(2) Stopping Playback
• Set the disc you
want to played in
the left side.
2
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
DN H800
POWER
TUN NG
PRESET
1
2
H FT
PTY
ON
4
3
5
A TO/
MA U
BAND
OWN
MEMORY
P
D SPLAY
SE RCH
CHA
1
UNER
2
3
ON O F
1
2
4
5
D SC SEL CT
3
6
7
4
9
0 /C EAR
PRO RAM
D RECT
CA L
SK P
+10
RANDOM
REPE T
8
5
FF
UN R / 5 D CH NG R
DN H8 0
POWER
S OP
2
S I T
P AY
N
T N NG
RE ET
1
OPE / LOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
3
AND
4
A T /
5
OWN
EMO Y
I PL Y
P
1
T NER
2
E R H
4
3
1
2
5
6
7
4
3
8
9
P OG AM
I ECT
0 CL AR
10
SK P
5
CA L
RA DOM
EP AT
O F
PAU E
L Y
OP N C O E
D SC
PHONES
2
3
4
5
TIME
OUTPUT SEL CT
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
PLAY MODE
AU E
ST P
LAY M DE
S LE T D
E AR TE S NG
IT H
CO T N
T MER
I
MN
MAX
I
T
UE
T MER
MAX
P CH
CD
OF
CD
1
1. Press the STOP button (2) to stop playback.
2. To replace discs, press the OPEN/CLOSE (5) button.
The disc which was playing switches over to the left side and
the drawer opens.
OTHER PLAY METHODS
In addition to normal play, the following methods can be used when playing a disc.
q
To Play the Desired Disc and
Desired Track …………………………… Direct Selection
1
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
To Move to the Next Disc
During Playback ………………………………… Disc Skip
2
1
DN H800
TU ER / 5CD CH NGER
POWER
TUN NG
PRESET
1
2
H FT
PTY
N
w
4
3
A TO/
MA U
BAND
5
OWN
MEMORY
P
D SPLAY
SE RCH
CHA
1
UNER
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
4
3
5
POWER
9
0 /C EAR
PRO RAM
D RECT
CA L
SK P
+10
RANDOM
REPE T
8
ON O F
OPE
OSE
S OP
D SC
PHONES
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
2
3
4
5
2
S I T
/ TY
N
UN NG
P ESET
1
FF
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
DN H8 0
4
3
AU O/
MANU
BAND
5
D WN
MEMORY
UP
Y
S LE T D
CO T N E
2
3
4
DI C
ON OFF
1
2
5
ELE T
3
6
7
4
MAX
IN
P ONES
EVEL
TU ER OUT ADJ
HONES D SP
SE ECT
1
2
3
4
R NDOM
OSE
5
CALL
EPEAT
P
Y
PAUSE
T ME
OUTPUT SELECT
SE EC E
EP R TE
PLAY MODE
NG E
O T NUE
P TCH
TM R
MN
TU ER
PROGR M
D RECT
+10
STOP
I C
IT H
MAX
OF
0 CLEAR
PE
T MER
MN
9
SK P
8
5
PAU E
PLAY MODE
E AR TE S NG
1
TU ER
5 D SC AUTOMATIC D SC LOAD NG SYSTEM
TIME
OUTPUT SEL CT
DIS LAY
EA CH
/ HA
FF
CD
AX
MN
MAX
F
UN R
CD
1. Use the DISC SELECT buttons (1 to 5) to select the number of
the disc to be played.
1. Press the SKIP button. The carousel in the drawer turns and
the disc on the next tray is played.
2. Next, use the number buttons (1 to 9, 0/CLEAR and +10) to
For example, if disc number 3 was playing, the disc switches
select the number of the track to be played.
• For example, to play the 4th track on the 3rd disc:
to disc number 4, and if disc number 5 was playing, the disc
switches to disc number 1.
Press 3 (DISC SELECT button) and 4 (number button).
To play the 12th track on the 5th disc:
Press 5 (DISC SELECT button), +10 and 2 (number
button).
Playback begins from the number of the disc and track
selected.
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e
To Move to the Next Track
during Play …………………………… Automatic Search
Press the Automatic/Manual search forward button (7/9)
for less than 0.5 seconds during playback.
(1) Programming
2
TUNER / CD CHANGER
TU ING
PRE ET
1
2
H FT
P Y
ON
3
1
DN H800
POWER
4
3
5
A TO/
M NU
BA D
DOWN
M MORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
CHA
1
TUNER
2
4
3
5
6
7
8
9
0 CLEAR
P O RAM
D E T
C LL
+ 0
RANDOM
REP AT
D SC SE ECT
O /O F
KIP
OFF
• The pickup will advance to the beginning of the next track and
OP N CLO E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
PLAY
P USE
TOP
playback will continue. Pressing the button several times will
forward the pickup the corresponding number tracks.
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
1
2
3
4
5
OUTPUT SE ECT
ISP
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONE
SELECT
L VEL
S L CT D
I
MAX
MN
PL Y MODE
PA ATE S N L
C NT
PI CH
UE
M X
O
D
T NER
• Press the PROGRAM/DIRECT button. The “PROG” and “PP”
DN H800
POWER
TUN NG
PRESET
1
2
H FT
PTY
N
D SC
PHON S
4
3
5
A TO/
MA U
BAND
OWN
MEMORY
P
D SPLAY
SE RCH
CHA
1
UNER
2
3
ON O F
1
2
4
5
6
D SC SEL CT
3
7
4
9
0 /C EAR
PRO RAM
D RECT
CA L
SK P
+10
RANDOM
REPE T
8
5
indicator lights. Use the DISC SELECT button, number buttons
FF
OPE / LOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
S OP
D SC
PHONES
2
3
4
PAU E
5
TIME
OUTPUT SEL CT
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
P AY
S LE
PLAY MODE
AR TE S N
IT H
TN E
T MER
MN
MAX
I
MAX
CD
OF
7/9
Press the 7/9 button.
2nd Track
3rd Track
to select the disc to be programmed.
For example, to program the 3rd track on the 2nd disc and the
12 track on the 5th disc, press PROGRAM/DIRECT , 2 (DISC
SELECT button), 3 (number button), 5 (DISC SELECT
button), +10 and 2 (number button).
If all the tracks are being selected from the same disc, all the
tracks on a particular disc can be played, such as from the 1st
track of the 3rd disc, all tracks of the 5th disc and the 5th track
of the 5th disc. In the case, press PROGRAM/DIRECT , 3
4th Track
(DISC SELECT button), 1 (number button), 5 (DISC SELECT
button), 5 (DISC SELECT button) and 5 (number button).
• During Random or Program operation, player moves to the
beginning of the next random or program track selection.
r
(2) To Check the Programmed Tracks
CALL
To return to the beginning of the
track now being played …………… Automatic Search
TUNER / CD CHANGER
DN H800
POWER
TU ING
PRE ET
1
2
H FT
P Y
ON
4
3
5
A TO/
M NU
BA D
DOWN
M MORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
CHA
1
TUNER
2
3
O /O F
1
2
4
5
D SC SE ECT
3
6
7
4
8
9
0 CLEAR
P OGRAM
D RE T
+ 0
RANDOM
KIP
5
OP N CLO E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
L
PLAY
DN H800
POWER
TUN NG
PRESET
1
2
4
3
5
OWN
P
D SPLAY
1
UNER
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PRO RAM
D RECT
0 /C EAR
TOP
CA L
D SC
H FT
PTY
ON
C
REP AT
OFF
A TO/
MA U
BAND
MEMORY
SE RCH
CHA
ON O F
1
2
D SC SEL CT
3
4
SK P
5
+10
RANDOM
PHON S
REPE T
1
2
3
4
P USE
5
T ME
OUTPUT SE ECT
ISP
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONE
SELECT
L VEL
PL Y MODE
FF
S L C
A ATE S
NT
PI CH
UE
T MER
I
MAX
MN
M X
D
O F
OPE / LOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
S OP
D SC
PHONES
2
4
5
P AY
PAU E
TIME
OUTPUT SEL CT
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
3
S LE T D
PLAY MODE
E AR TE S NG
CO T N E
IT H
• Press the CALL button.
T MER
MN
MAX
I
MAX
OF
TU ER
CD
8/6
Press the Automatic/Manual search reverse button (8/6)
for less than 0.5 seconds during playback.
• The pickup will return to the beginning of the current track and
playback will continue. Pressing the button several times will
The contents of the program are displayed in order one item at
a time each time the CALL button is pressed.
• When the 0/CLEAR button is pressed, the displayed track
number is cleared.
(3) To Play a Program
1PLAY
return the pickup the corresponding number tracks.
TUNER / CD CHANGER
Press the 8/6 button.
DN H800
POWER
2
H FT
P Y
ON
TU ING
PRE ET
1
4
3
A TO/
M NU
BA D
5
DOWN
M MORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
CHA
1
TUNER
2
3
O /O F
1
2
4
5
D SC SE ECT
3
6
7
4
8
9
0 CLEAR
P OGRAM
D RE T
C LL
+ 0
RANDOM
REP AT
KIP
5
OFF
OP N CLO E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
TOP
D SC
PHON S
3rd Track
4th Track
5th Track
ISP
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONE
SELECT
L VEL
1
2
3
4
5
PLAY
P USE
T ME
OUTPUT SE ECT
S L CT D
PL Y MODE
PA ATE S N L
C NT
UE
PI CH
T MER
IN
MAX
MN
M X
O F
T NER
D
• Press the PLAY (1) button to play the programmed selections
in the order in which they were programmed.
t
To Play the Desired Discs and
the Desired Tracks in the
Desired Order ……………………… Program Selection
• You can play certain tracks on the loaded discs in any order.
• Tracks on a disc not loaded can also be programmed, but if
you try to play that disc, the microprocessor detects that it is
not loaded and the following disc is played automatically.
• Up to 20 tracks can be set in program.
• A program can be made for a single entire disc.
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(4) To clear the entire program
• Pressing the PROGRAM/DIRECT button once more erases the
entire program. Pressing the OPEN/CLOSE (5 ) button also
erases the contents of a program.
• Pressing the PROGRAM/DIRECT button while a program is
being played cancels the program. Play will then be continuous
to the end of the disc currently being played, after which the
player will stop automatically.
Cautions
• If a program is run during playing of a track or from the Pause
state, the track which is currently being played becomes the
1st track in the program.
• Additional tracks can be added to the program, but the player
will not display the number of tracks in the program or the
playing time.
• Direct selection cannot be done while a program is being
played. Inputting the track number of a desired track with the
Track Number buttons adds the input track to the end of the
program.
• When programming, do not program a track number which is
not recorded on the disc. If such a number is programmed by
mistake, the player ignore the program.
y
• Pressing the REPEAT button during play will also cause the
player to repeat play.
• To cancel repeat play, press the REPEAT button once more.
• Pressing the REPEAT button while a program is being played
will cause the tracks in the program to be played again in
order.
• Pressing the REPEAT button during Random play will cause
the tracks to be played again at random.
NOTE:
Initially the number of repeats is unrestricted. The number of
repeats can be restricted as shown below by pressing the TIME
and REPEAT buttons simultaneously while in the stop mode.
1 TRACK REPEAT, 1 DISC REPEAT and
PROGRAM REPEAT ………………………………………5 times
ALL DISC REPEAT and RANDOM REPEAT ……………3 times
u
Letting the Player Select the
Order of Play ……………………………… Random Play
(1) Full Random Play
1
To Repeat Play ……………………………… Repeat Play
TUNER / CD CHANGER
2
SH FT
P Y
ON
T NING
PRE ET
1
4
3
UT /
M NU
B ND
5
DOWN
MEMORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
C A
1
TUNER
2
3
N/ FF
1
2
4
5
ISC S LEC
3
6
7
4
8
9
0 CLEAR
SK P
5
10
ROGRAM
/ IR CT
ALL
RAN OM
RE EAT
5
A TO/
M NU
BA D
DOWN
M MORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
CHA
1
TUNER
2
3
O /O F
1
2
4
5
D SC SE ECT
3
6
7
4
8
9
0 CLEAR
+ 0
KIP
5
P OGRAM
D RE T
C LL
RANDOM
REP AT
OFF
OP N CLO E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
TOP
D SC
PHON S
1
2
3
4
P USE
T ME
OUTPUT SE ECT
ISP
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONE
SELECT
L VEL
PLAY
5
S L C
PL Y MODE
A ATE S
NT
PI CH
UE
T MER
I
MAX
MN
M X
D
O
The microcomputer will then start play of the tracks on the 5th
disc at random.
DN H800
OWER
4
3
• Press the RANDOM button, then press the PLAY (1) button.
12
TUN R 5CD CHANG R
2
H FT
P Y
ON
TU ING
PRE ET
1
• Switch the PLAY MODE switch to CONTINUE, then press the
REPEAT button. The “RPT” indicator will light up.
(The repeat play mode cannot be set when the PLAY MODE
switch is set to SINGLE.)
* Steps 1 and 2 can be done in any order, with the same results.
2
DN H800
POWER
O F
O E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC D SC LOADING SYSTEM
SE
P AY
PHON S
2
3
4
5
T ME
OUT UT S LECT
TUNER OUT DJ PHONE DISP
SEL CT
EVEL
1
(2) Program Random Play
AUSE
STOP
DS
EL C E
S PA A E
P AY MODE
I GL
ON I UE
2
P TCH
IMER
IN
M X
MN
AX
O
T NER
D
TUNER / CD CHANGER
POWER
• When the REPEAT button is pressed once, the “RPT” and “1”
indicators light. In this mode, the track currently playing is
repeated.
TU ING
PRE ET
1
2
H FT
P Y
ON
4
3
5
A TO/
M NU
BA D
DOWN
M MORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
CHA
1
TUNER
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0 CLEAR
P O RAM
D E T
C LL
+ 0
RANDOM
REP AT
O /O F
1
2
4
3
KIP
5
OP N CLO E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
TOP
PHON S
RPT
41 5
OFF
D SC
REPEAT
3
DN H800
2
3
4
PLAY
P USE
5
T ME
OUTPUT SE ECT
ISP
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONE
SELECT
L VEL
1
1
S L CT D
PL Y MODE
PA ATE S N L
C NT
PI CH
UE
T MER
I
MAX
MN
M X
D
O F
ª
Track
Track
• After pressing the PROGRAM/DIRECT button and inputting a
program (Refer to page 16, item t), press the RANDOM
Track
1
•
ª
0
• If the REPEAT button is pressed again, the “RPT” and “DISC”
indicators light, and the disc currently playing is repeated.
REPEAT
RPT
button, then the PLAY (1 ) button. The microcomputer will
then select tracks from the program at random and play them.
(3) Disc Sequential Random Play
DISC
2
ª
1st disc
(ALL TRACKS)
2nd disc
(ALL TRACKS)
5th disc
(ALL TRACKS)
TUNER / CD CHANGER
POWER
2
H FT
P Y
•
TU ING
PRE ET
1
ON
1
3
4
3
A TO/
M NU
BA D
5
DOWN
M MORY
UP
D SP AY
S AR H
CHA
1
TUNER
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0 CLEAR
P OGRAM
D RE T
C LL
+ 0
RANDOM
REP AT
O /O F
1
2
4
3
KIP
5
OFF
ª
0
1
DN H800
OP N CLO E
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
TOP
D SC
• If the REPEAT button is pressed again, the “RPT” and “ALL
DISC” indicators light, and all the discs currently loaded are
repeated.
REPEAT
RPT
ALL DISC
•
0
2nd disc
(ALL TRACKS)
1
3
4
5
PLAY
P USE
T ME
OUTPUT SE ECT
S L CT D
PL Y MODE
PA ATE S N L
C NT
UE
PI CH
T MER
IN
MAX
MN
M X
O F
T NER
D
• Press the RANDOM button and specify the disc numbers (1 to
button will result in the player randomly selecting and playing
tracks on the disc in the order of specified discs.
5th disc
(ALL TRACKS)
1
ISP
TUNER OUT ADJ PHONE
SELECT
L VEL
2
5) with the DISC SELECT buttons. A press of the PLAY (1)
ª
1st disc
(ALL TRACKS)
PHON S
1
1
ª
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(4) To Cancel Random Play
• Pressing the RANDOM button once more cancels the Random
function. Play will then proceed from the track currently being
played to the end of the last track on the disc, then stop.
Pressing the OPEN/CLOSE ( 5 ) button also cancels the
Random function.
Cautions
• Pressing the RANDOM button during normal play starts full
random play.
• Pressing the RANDOM button during Program play starts
1. Keep on pressing the automatic/manual search forward button
( 7 / 9 ) for more than 0.5 seconds during playback.
Playback of the track is speed up.
• As a reference, the current track number and elapsed playback
time within the track are displayed.
• Manual search forward is approximately three times faster
when engaged during the pause state compared to playback.
In this case, no sound is heard however.
• If the automatic/manual search forward button (7/9) is
held in until the end of the disc is reached, the next disc is
selected.
random play of the tracks in the program, including the tracks
which have already been played.
• During random play, the player may display the number of disc
(2) Manual Search in Reverse
TU ER / 5CD CH NGER
DN H8 0
POWER
UN NG
P ESET
1
2
S I T
/ TY
which is not loaded in the tray. In such a case, the player will
read the disc information, then reset automatically to correct.
N
4
3
5
AU O/
MANU
BAND
D WN
MEMORY
UP
DIS LAY
EA CH
/ HA
1
TU ER
2
3
4
DI C
ON OFF
1
2
5
6
ELE T
3
7
4
9
0 CLEAR
PROGR M
D RECT
SK P
+10
R NDOM
8
5
CALL
EPEAT
FF
PEN C OSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOAD NG SYSTEM
STOP
I C
This is not a malfunction.
P ONES
EVEL
TU ER OUT ADJ
1
2
3
4
P AY
PAUSE
5
T ME
OUTPUT SELECT
HONES D SP
SE ECT
SE EC E
PLAY MODE
EP R TE
NG E
P TCH
O T NUE
TM R
MN
AX
MN
MAX
F
i
2
DN H800
POWER
1
2
H FT
PTY
N
TUN NG
PRESET
4
3
5
A TO/
MA U
BAND
OWN
MEMORY
P
D SPLAY
SE RCH
CHA
1
UNER
2
3
ON O F
1
2
4
5
D SC SEL CT
3
6
7
4
9
0 /C EAR
PRO RAM
D RECT
CA L
SK P
+10
RANDOM
REPE T
8
5
FF
OPE / LOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
S OP
D SC
PHONES
2
3
4
P AY
PAU E
5
TIME
OUTPUT SEL CT
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
S LE
PLAY MODE
AR TE S N
IT H
TN E
T MER
MN
MAX
I
MAX
CD
OF
1,2
• Pressing the PAUSE button during play stops play at that point.
Pressing the PAUSE button once more starts play again from
the same point.
1. Press the PAUSE (3) button.
1. Keep on pressing the automatic/manual search reverse button
( 8 / 6 ) for more than 0.5 seconds during playback.
Reverse playback of the track is sped up.
• As a reference, the current track number and elapsed playback
time within the track are displayed.
• Manual search in reverse is approximately three times faster
when engaged during the pause state compared to playback.
In this case, no sound is heard however.
• If the automatic/manual search reverse button (8/6) is
pressed continuously, it will reach the beginning of the first
track on the disc. Release the automatic/manual search
reverse button (8/6) to resume normal playback.
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4th Track
5th Track
UN R
8/6
To Stop Play Temporarily ………………………… Pause
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
CD
To Cue and Stop Play ……………………………… Pause
(1) Cuing by Direct Selection
• Cuing by direct selection, then entering the Pause state, is
convenient for practicing vocals with background music.
6th Track
(Pause)
2. Press the PLAY (1) button or the PAUSE (3) button.
2
TU ER / 5CD CH NGER
DN H8 0
POWER
1
* Press the PLAY (1) button or the PAUSE (3) button to start
2
S I T
/ TY
N
UN NG
P ESET
4
3
AU O/
MANU
BAND
5
D WN
MEMORY
UP
DIS LAY
EA CH
/ HA
1
TU ER
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
0 CLEAR
PROGR M
D RECT
SK P
+10
R NDOM
8
ON OFF
1
2
4
3
5
play.
PEN C OSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOAD NG SYSTEM
STOP
I C
P ONES
o
EVEL
TU ER OUT ADJ
HONES D SP
SE ECT
1
2
3
4
5
EPEAT
P AY
PAUSE
T ME
OUTPUT SELECT
SE E
R TE
PLAY MODE
NG E
O T NUE
P TCH
TM R
Audible quick search …………………… Manual Search
• Using this function, you can cue to a desired point within a
track, either in the forward or reverse direction.
• Release the automatic/manual search button ( 8 /6 or
7/9) when the desired point has been reached. Normal
playback then continues.
(1) Manual Search Forward
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
DN H800
POWER
TUN NG
PRESET
1
2
H FT
N
4
3
A TO/
BAND
5
OWN
MEMORY
P
D SPLAY
SE RCH
1
UNER
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
0 /C EAR
PRO RAM
D RECT
CA L
SK P
+10
RANDOM
REPE T
8
D SC SEL CT
ON O F
1
2
4
5
FF
OPE / LOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
S OP
D SC
PHONES
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
2
3
4
P AY
PAU E
5
OUTPUT SEL CT
S LE
PLAY MODE
AR TE S N
O TN E
IT H
T MER
MN
MAX
I
MAX
OF
CD
7/9
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CALL
FF
MN
AX
MN
MAX
F
CD
1
1. Press the PAUSE (3) button.
2. Press the number buttons to set the number of the desired
track.
• To start play, press the PLAY (1) button or the PAUSE (3)
button.
(2) Cuing by Program Selection
• After setting the desired track selections in a program, press
the PAUSE ( 3 ) button. The player will advance to the
beginning of the 1st track in program memory and wait in the
Pause state.
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!1
Playing at a different pitch ……………………… PITCH
UNER / 5 D C ANGER
DN H800
POWER
TUN NG
PRESET
1
2
H FT
PTY
N
4
3
A TO/
MA U
BAND
5
OWN
MEMORY
P
D SPLAY
SE RCH
CHA
1
UNER
2
3
ON O F
1
2
4
5
D SC SEL CT
3
6
7
4
9
0 /C EAR
PRO RAM
D RECT
CA L
SK P
+10
RANDOM
REPE T
8
5
FF
OPE / LOSE
5 DISC AUTOMATIC DISC LOADING SYSTEM
S OP
D SC
PHONES
2
3
4
5
P AY
PAU E
TIME
OUTPUT SEL CT
UNER OUT ADJ PHONES D SP
SELECT
LEV L
S LE
PLAY MODE
AR TE S
TN E
IT H
T MER
MN
MAX
I
MAX
OF
CD
PITCH –/+
1. Press the PITCH + and – button. Playback begins at the set
pitch.
NOTE:
The playing pitch can also be changed using the PITCH + and –
buttons. When this is done, the pitch display flashes. If the pitch
is changed on the main unit , playback is performed at the pitch
which was last set.
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
The CD player uses a microcomputer for controlling internal
electronic circuits. In the event that the player is used while a
near-by tuner or TV is turned on, although unlikely, interference
could occur either in the sound from the tuner or the picture of
the TV. To avoid this, please take the following precautions.
• Keep the CD player as far away from the tuner or TV set as
possible.
• Keep the power cable and connecting cable of the CD player
separate from the antenna wires of the tuner and TV.
• Interference is particular likely to occur when an indoor
antenna or a 300 Ω/ohms feeder cable is used. Thus, use of an
300 Ω/ohms feeder cable
75 Ω/ohms coaxial cable
outdoor antenna and 75 Ω/ohms coaxial cable is strongly
recommended.
COMPACT DISCS
1. Cautions in Handling Compact Discs
• Do not get fingerprints, oil, dirt or other substances on the
compact disc. If the disc becomes dirty, wipe it off with a
dry, soft cloth.
• Do not clean compact discs with benzene, paint thinner,
water, record spray, anti-static agent, silicon cloth or similar
substances.
• Take particular care to prevent scratches to the back side of
the compact disc when removing it from the case and
2. Storage of Compact Discs
• After play, be sure to remove the disc from the player.
• To prevent dust, scratches, deformation, etc., be sure to
store compact discs in their case.
• Do not store compact discs in the following locations.
1. Places where direct sunlight strikes for long periods of
time.
2. Places with a high humidity or a lot of dust.
3. Places reached by heat from a heater or similar appliance.
when inserting it in its case.
• Do not bend compact discs.
• Do not apply to compact discs.
• Do not attempt to enlarge the center hole of the disc.
• Do not write on the label (printed) side of the disc with a
ball point pen or pencil.
• Bringing a CD into a warm room from a cold place could
cause moisture to condense on the disc surface. Do not
attempt to dry the disc with a hair dryer, etc.
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LISTENING TO RADIO PROGRAMS
Using the Various Functions
1. Using the auto preset memory function
This function automatically stores the FM stations which can
be received in the area in which the set is being used in the
2. Use the TUNING buttons to select the character for the first
place.
(The selected character flashes.)
preset memory. Use this function so that the RDS functions
can be used more effectively. Also note that the channel
•
memories can be changed at will even after the preset
Flashes
stations have been stored with this function.
Operation
1. Connect the FM antenna and set it so that FM stations can
be received.
2. Press the POWER button to turn on the power while
3. Press the SHIFT/PTY button to move the cursor the next
place.
(The cursor flashes at the second place.)
holding in the MEMORY and SHIFT/PTY button.
3. Searching begins automatically and stations are stored in
the preset memory in order, beginning from channel A1.
(The operation automatically stops once 30 stations have
been set in the memory).
•
Flashes
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to input up to 8 characters.
2. Storing new stations at the preset channels
•
The reception frequency, RDS service information. Tuning
mode and input characters can be stored at the different
channel memories.
When this operation is performed, the station already stored
in that channel memory using the auto preset memory
function is cleared.
Operation
1. Press the MEMORY button. (The “MEMO” indicator flash.)
2. Use the SHIFT/PTY button to select the block, A to F.
3. Use PRESET buttons (1 to 5) to select the channel at which
the station is to be stored.
4. Press the MEMORY button while the “MEMO” indicator is
flashing.
Flashes
5. Press the MEMORY button twice within 5 seconds of entry
completion. The input characters can be stored in the
memory.
To keep the input characters, be sure to store them in a
channel memory.
6. Clearing characters
1. Recall the character you want to clear.
2. Press the SEARCH/CHA button 4 times until the
character at the first place flashes.
3. Then press the SHIFT/PTY button for at least 4 seconds.
The current character will then be cleared.
3. Recalling preset channels
Use the following operation to recall preset channels:
Operation
Using the RDS Functions (for FM only)
1. Use the SHIFT/PTY button to select the block, A to F.
2. Use PRESET buttons (1 to 5) to select the channel at which
1. RDS Search
to store the station.
4. Inputting characters
Some characters can be input (up to 8 characters).
The input characters can be stored at the preset channels.
Use this to automatically search and stop at station offering
RDS services.
Operation
1. Press the SEARCH/CHA button once.
Flashes
ª
Operation
1. Press the SEARCH/CHA button four times.
(The cursor flashes at the first place.)
2. Press the TUNING button to start a search of the preset
frequencies.
Flashes
•
Flashes
ª
Flashes
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3. Press the TUNING button while the RDS indicator is
flashing to start a search of all frequencies.
3. TP Search
Use this to automatically search and stop at stations which
broadcast traffic announcements (even if the station is not
Flashes
ª
currently broadcasting a traffic announcement).
Operation
1. Press the SEARCH/CHA button three times.
4. If no other RDS station is found when all the frequencies
are searched, “NO PROG” is displayed.
Flashes
ª
ª
2. PTY search
Use this to automatically search and stop at stations
broadcasting the specified programme type (PTY).
Operation
1. Press the SEARCH/CHA button twice.
2. Press the TUNING button to start a search of the preset
frequencies.
Flashes
ª
ª
Flashes
ª
ª
Flashes
2. Use the SHIFT/PTY button to select the programme type.
3. Press the TUNING button while the TP indicator is flashing
to start a search of all frequencies.
Flashes
ª
ª
3. Press the TUNING button to start a search of the preset
frequencies.
Flashes
ª
ª
4. If no other TP station is found when all the frequencies are
searched, “NO PROG” is displayed.
Flashes
4. Press the TUNING button while the PTY indicator is flashing
to start a search of all frequencies.
Flashes
ª
ª
5. If no other station broadcasting the designated programme
type is found when all the frequencies are searched, “NO
PROG” is displayed.
List of PTY (Programe Type) Displays
12. SOFT
1. NEWS
13. NOSTALGA (Nostalgia)
2. INFORM (Information)
3. SPORTS
4. TALK
14. JAZZ
15. CLASSICL (Classical)
5. ROCK
6. CLS ROCK
(Classic Rock)
7. ADLT HIT (Adult Hits)
16. R+B (R&B)
17. SOFT R+B (Soft R&B)
8. SOFT RCK (Soft Rock)
9. TOP 40
10. COUNTRY
18. LANGUAGE
19. REL MUSC (Religious Music)
20. REL TALK (Religious Talk)
21. PERSNLTY (Personality)
22. PUBLIC
11. OLDIES
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USING THE TIMER
• Timer recording/playback can be made using any audio timer
available on the market.
2 Play the tuner with the timer
1. Make sure the connections are correct, especially the
2 Playing a compact disc with the timer
1. Make sure the connections are correct, especially the
2. Turn “ON” the POWER switch of each appliance.
3. Use the PRESET buttons to set the preset channel number.
power supply connections.
4. Set the TIMER switch to the “TUNER” side.
power supply connections.
2. Turn “ON” the POWER switch of each appliance.
TIMER
3. Load the disc to be played back.
4. Set the monitor switch of the Amplifier to the CD position.
OFF
5. Press the PLAY (1) button and playback the CD; adjust the
playback level.
Press the STOP (2) button.
5. Set the audio timer to the desired time. The audio timer will
turn the power supply on at the desired time.
supplied and playback will start.
TIMER
TUNER
CD
* With the above procedures, timer playback can be
accomplished. When the preset time comes, the power is
6. Set the TIMER switch to the “CD” side.
OFF
TUNER
Timer playback is performed as described below,
depending on the CD play mode set before timer playback
CD
7. Set the audio timer to the desired time. The audio timer will
turn the power supply on the desired time.
starts.
Direct mode:
Playback starts from the first track on the
disc that was played last.
Program mode: Playback starts from the first track in the
program.
Random mode: Playback starts in the random mode.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-176
This is a separately sold remote control unit.
(The separately sold remote control unit is not included with the DN-H800.)
CD operation buttons
Automatic search reverse button (8)
Automatic search forward button (9)
REPEAT button
8
9
RANDOM button
DISC SKIP button
Tuner operation buttons
PRESET buttons (• / ª)
PAUSE button (3)
STOP button (2)
PLAY button (1)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Check the following once more before assuming there is a problem with the system.
1. Are connections proper ?
2. Is the system being operated as explained in the operating instructions ?
If the system does not seem to be operating properly, check as shown on the table below. If none of these checks apply to the
General
problem, the system may be malfunctioning. Disconnect the power cord immediately and contact your store of purchase.
Symptom
Cause
Countermeasure
Page
Power does not turn on when
power operation switch is
pressed.
• Power cord is not plugged into a
power outlet.
• Plug the power cord securely into
an outlet.
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• Antenna direction is poor.
• Change the direction of the
antenna.
• Install an outdoor antenna.
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Tuner section
Hissing sound is heard in FM
broadcasts.
Hissing sound is heard in AM
broadcasts.
Humming sound is heard in
AM broadcasts.
• Noise from a TV or interference
from a broadcast station.
• Signals on the power cord are
being modulated by the power
source frequency.
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• Turn the TV off.
–
• Change the direction of the loop
antenna.
• Install an outdoor antenna.
–
• Insert the power cord in the
opposite direction.
13
–
• Install an outdoor antenna.
13
• Disc is loaded upside-down.
• Disc is dirty.
• Disc is not of the specified type.
• Reload the disc.
• Clean the disc.
• Replace with a disc of the specified
type.
12
19
–
• Disc is loaded upside-down.
• Foreign object on disc tray.
• Reload the disc.
• Remove the disc and the foreign
object.
• Clean the disc.
• Replace with an unscratched disc.
12
–
• Clean the disc.
19
Sound is broken.
• Dirt, fingerprints, spittle, etc, on
disc.
• Disc is scratched.
• Player is in an unstable place and
vibrated strongly.
• Replace with an unscratched disc.
• Place the player in a stable place
with no vibrations.
–
–
Humming sound is heard,
when disc is played.
• Signals on the power cord are
being modulated by the power
source frequency.
• Insert the power cord in the
opposite direction.
–
Total number of tracks not
displayed when disc is loaded.
CD player section
• Signals from the broadcast station
are weak.
Nothing happens when
operating buttons are pressed.
Disc stops in the middle of a
track and will not play properly.
• Disc is dirty.
• Disc is scratched.
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–
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SPECIFICATIONS
CD SECTION
Audio Channel:
2 channel stereo
Frequency Response:
High Frequency Distortion:
20 ~ 20,000 Hz (±1.0 dB)
0.02 % (1 kHz)
Signal-to-noise Ratio:
94 dB
Channel Separation:
Output:
85 dB
RCA jack
Output Level:
Variable Pitch Control:
2.0 V
±12 % max.
Discs:
Audio compact discs are used 12 cm (5 in) and 8 cm (3 in)
TUNER SECTION
Reception frequency band:
FM: 87.5 MHz ~ 108.0 MHz
AM: 520 kHz ~ 1710 kHz
Reception sensitivity:
FM: 1.5 μV/75 Ω/ohms
FM stereo separation:
AM: 20 μV
35 dB (1 kHz)
REMOTE
Wired Remote Control Connection (Stereo mini jack)
Remote Control Sensor
GENERAL
Headphone Output:
Stereo (CD, TUNER)
Outputs Line:
Load Impedance:
20 mW or more
33 Ω/ohms or more
Power Supply:
120 V AC ±10 %, 60 Hz
Power Consumption:
Installation:
19 W
19-inch rack mountable (3 U)
Weight:
7.6 kg
* Specification and design are subject to change without notice for purpose of improvement.
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