GPS357R
GPS357R
Por table CD Player with Digital Read-Out
and Cassette Recorder
Before using please read this manual carefully
GOODMANS HELPLINE 0870 8730080
WARNING:
This symbol means that this unit is double insulated
An earth connection is not required.
CAUTION: WHEN OPERATING THIS UNIT ON 230V MAINS SUPPLY, PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN
THE POWER SWITCH IS IN THE OFF MODE. THIS DOES NOT DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM
THE MAINS SUPPLY, HOWEVER, PLEASE BE ASSURED THAT IT IS PERFECTLY SAFE TO LEAVE
THE UNIT CONNECTED TO THE MAINS SUPPLY
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE, DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT
INSIDE THE ENCLOSED. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
PRE FITTED MAINS PLUGS
For your convenience a mains plug with a fuse has been fitted to this appliance. For your safety
please observe the following information.
1.
Should the fuse fail in the plug remove the plug from the wall socket and replace the
fuse use with a 3 Amp ASTA approved to BS1362 fuse.
2.
Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted. Replacement fuse covers are
available from your dealer or most electrical retail outlets.
3.
If the mains plug is cut off from the cable, rewire the replacement plug in accordance
with the instruction given in this manual.
4.
CAUTION: Under no circumstances should the discarded plug be inserted into the
mains socket. To prevent a shock hazard carefully dispose of the discarded plug.
Do not leave the plug lying around where children might see it.
WARNING: To prevent fire of shock hazard do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: DANGEROUS VOLTAGES EXIST INSIDE THIS UNIT, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. DISCONNECT FROM MAINS SUPLY WHEN
NOT IN USE.
MAINS
PLUG
WIRING
DETAILS
E
L
FUSE
BLUE
BROWN
N
CORD
GRIP
The wires in this mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following wiring codes:
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
live
The wires in this mains lead must be
connected to the terminals in the plugs
as follow:
Blue Wire
N or Black
Brown Wire:
L or Red
Only a 3Amp fuse should be fitted in
the plug or a 5 Amp fuse at the
distribution board.
WARNING: DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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PRECAUTIONS
This symbol indicates that
dangerous voltage constituting
a risk of electric shock is present
within this unit.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol indicates that there
are important operating and
maintenance instructions in the
literature accompanying this unit.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
DRIPPING WARNING
The product should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, should be placed on the product.
VENTILATION WARNING
The normal ventilation of the product shall not be impeded for intended use.
IMPORTANT NOTES
Hearing is very important to you and to us so please take care when operating this equipment. It is
strongly recommended that you follow the listed guidelines in order to prevent possible damage or
loss of hearing.
ESTABLISH A SAFE SOUND LEVEL
Over time your heating will adapt to continuous loud sounds and will give the impression that the
volume has in fact been reduced. What seems normal to you may in fact be harmful.
To guard against this BEFORE YOUR HEARING ADAPTS set the volume at a level.
Slowly increase the level until you can hear comfortably and clearly and without distortion.
Damage to your hearing is accumulative and is irreversible.
Any ringing or discomfort in the ears indicates that the volume is too loud.
Remember listening for prolonged period of time at high volume levels will harm your hearing.
Once you have established a comfortable listening level, DO NOT INCREASE THE SOUND LEVEL
FURTHER.
The following list of typical sound levels may assist you in recognising just now loud you have set the
volume level.
DECIBEL
Example
Level(dB)
30dB
40dB
50dB
60dB
70dB
Quiet library, soft whisper.
Living room, fridge freezer bedroom away from traffic.
Normal conservation, quiet offic, light traffic.
Electric sewing machine.
Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant.
THE FOLLOWING NOISE CAN BE HARMFUL UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE
80dB
90dB
100dB
120dB
Average city traffic, alarm clock buzzer at 2 feet, food mixer.
Motorcycle, heavy goods vehicle, petrol lawn mower.
Pneumatic drill, chain saw, garbage truck, discotheque/night-club.
Rock band concert, thunderclap fast train passing by.
PERMANENT LOSS OF HEARING
1400dB
THRESHOLD OF PAIN Gunshot 2 feet away, jet plane taking off.
Goodmans Helpline 0870 8730080
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SOME DO`S AND DON`TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet European safety standards but like
any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be
assured.
Do read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
Do ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and
interconnections between pieces of equipment) are properly made in accordance with the supplied
instruction. Switch off and withdraw the mains plug when making or changing connections.
Do consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation, or safety of your
equipment.
Do be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
Don`t continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is
damaged, in any way-switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
Don`t remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages.
Don`t leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is
designed for unattended operation or has a standby mode. Switch off using the switch on the
equipment and make sure that your family knows how to do this . Special arrangements may need
to be made for infirm or handicapped people.
Don`t listen to headphones at high volume, as such use can permanently damage your hearing.
Don`t obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings.
Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment.
Don`t allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture.
Above all
NEVER let anyone, especially children, push anything into holes, slots or any other openings in
the case this could result in a fatal electric shock.
NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind.
It is better to be safe than sorry!
Note : If energy saving lamps (Fluorescent) are use in the
same room as the unit erratic operation may occur.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSTRUCTION
This instruction manual is important to you. Please read it. In a short time it shows
exactly how to connect, operate, and adjust this unit for best performance. It can
save you money. It shows simple things to and check before you call for help and
save the cost of unnecessary service or call out charge.
Important safeguards.........................................................................................1
Precautions.......................................................................................................2
Important Notes.................................................................................................2
Some Do`s And Don`ts On The Safe Use Of Equipment..........................................3
Table Of Contents..............................................................................................4
Features And Controls....................................................................................5 - 6
Remote Controls................................................................................................6
CD Display Window............................................................................................6
Putting The Batteries Into The Remote Control Unit...............................................7
Power Supply.....................................................................................................7
POWER/STANDBY Control..................................................................................7
Clock Setting And Radio Operation.....................................................................8
Listening To Compact Disc (CD).........................................................................9
Programming The CD Player..............................................................................10
CD MODE control............................................................................................11
BASS control...................................................................................................11
MUTE control...................................................................................................11
Listen To The Music By Using Headphone..........................................................11
Compact Disc............................................................................................11 - 12
Cassette Operation....................................................................................12 - 13
Troubleshooting Guide.....................................................................................14
Specification...................................................................................................15
Save the carton and packing material; they will be useful if you ever have to
transport the unit.
Pack contents:
1 x Goodmans Micro GPS357R Stereo CD Radio Cassette Recorder
1 x Remote Control
1 x Owner`s Manual
Please retain all packaging material for future transportation of the unit or in the
unlikely event that the unit needs to be returned fo service.
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
GPS357R
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
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6.
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15.
16.
17.
CD DOOR
FM AERIAL
BASS BUTTON
VOLUME UP BUTTON
HANDLE
VOLUME DOWN BUTTON
FUNCTION(CD/TAPE/RADIO) SWITCH
TUNING KNOB
BAND(MW/FM/FM ST.) SELECT SWITCH
CD DOOR OPEN BUTTON
CASSETTE PAUSE BUTTON
CASSETTE STOP/EJ BUTTON
CASSETTE FAST FORWARD BUTTON
CASSETTE REWIND BUTTON
CASSETTE PLAY BUTTON
CASSETTE RECORD BUTTON
SPEAKER
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21.
22.
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24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
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34.
CD SKIP DOWN/F.REV BUTTON
CD SKIP UP/F.FWD BUTTON
CASSETTE LOCK/UNLOCK KNOB
CD MODE BUTTON
CD PROG/C-ADJ BUTTON
CD STOP BUTTON
IR SENSOR
POWER/STANDBY BUTTON
POWER INDICATOR
LCD DISPLAY
FM STEREO LED
CD PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
HEADPHONES SOCKET
BATTERY COMPARTMENT COVER
AC SOCKET
DC SOCKET
AC MAIN POWER SWITCH
REMOTE CONTROL
1.
STANDBY BUTTON
2.
PROG/C-ADJ BUTTON
3.
CD MODE BUTTON
4.
MUTE BUTTON
5.
CD STOP BUTTON
6.
CD PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
7.
CD SKIP DOWN/F.REW BUTTON
8.
CD SKIP UP/F.FWD BUTTON
9.
VOLUME DOWN BUTTON
10.
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VOLUME UP BUTTON
CD DISPLAY WINDOW
C
A
A.
BAND INDICATOR
B.
RANDOM INDICATOR
D
C.
PLAY INDICATOR
E
D.
REPEAT INDICATOR
E.
TRACK/TIME NUMBER INDICATOR
F.
TAPE INDICATOR
G.
MEMORY INDICATOR
B
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PUTTING THE BATTERIES INTO
THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
** BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED **
Press down the compartment cover, and slide the
cover off to open the compartment. Place the two
(UM4), (AAA), (R03)
batteries in the remote
control according to the polarity markings ("+" and
"-") inside the compartment and on the batteries.
Place the cover over the compartment, press down
lightly, and push it upward until it is in place .
NOTE : Remove the batteries from the remote
control if not in use for long period of the time.
Do not mix normal batteries with rechargeable
batteries, when the batteries become weak, the
remote control will not function and replace with
new batteries.
POWER SUPPLY
Mains power
Connect one end of the supplied mains power cord to the AC IN socket on the back panel, and plug
the other end into a mains socket and turn the power switch on the rear of the unit to the ON position.
DC Power
First plug the transformer (not supplied) in to the mains socket. Then plug the other end into the DC
socket. The unit will be in standby mode.
NOTE : 1.The rated electric current of the transformer should be 5 A and the voltage should be 12 V.
2.When using a DC transformer(not supplied) ensure that correct polarities are observed
when connecting.
Battery power
You must disconnect the mains power cord before operating the set using battery power.
- Remove the battery compartment cover.
- Insert LR20 (D cell)(MN1300) batteries(1.5Vx8) with the correct polarity (as shown by the + and
symbols in the diagram inside the battery compartment), then replace the cover.
NOTE:
- Never mix new and old batteries
- Never mix different types of battery.
Replace the old batteries with new ones when the sound output begins to fluctuate or the volume
fades.
Important:
When replacing spent batteries, always dispose of them in accordance with applicable regulations.
Take them to an approved disposal point so that they can be safely recycled without damaging the
environment.
POWER/STANDBY
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the POWER/STANDBY button on the unit ( or the remote) to turn the unit on.
Select the sound source ( CD , TAPE or RADIO ) using the function switch.
Adjust the volume with the VOLUME ( UP or DOWN ) buttons.
Press the POWER/STANDBY button to switch off the unit.
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CLOCK SETTING
The clock can only be set when the unit is in standby.
1.
Press the PROG / C-ADJ button the display will show either 12H or 24H .(Fig1)
2.
Press CD SKIP UP or DOWN button to choose 24-hour or 12-hour time format.(Fig2)
3.
Press PROG / C-ADJ. button , the hour digits in the display will flash, then use the CD SKIP
UP or DOWN buttons to set the current hour.(Fig3)
4.
Press PROG / C-ADJ. Button , the minute digits in the display will flash, use the CD SKIP UP
or DOWN buttons to set the minutes. (Fig4)
5.
Finally press the PROG/C-ADJ. button to set the time.
Fig1
Fig3
Fig2
Fig4
RADIO OPERATION
Use the FUNCTION switch to select RADIO.
MW
Move the BAND SELECT SWITCH to the MW position. Turn the TUNING control to tune to the
required station(Fig5).
This set uses a ferrite rod aerial and therefore if reception of MW station is poor rotate the unit until
best reception is found.
FM
Move the BAND SELECT SWITCH to the FM position. Turn the TUNING control to select the required
station (Fig 6) Fully extend the FM aerial and adjust its direction for best FM reception.
FM STEREO RECEPTION
For reception of a FM stereo broadcast station, set the BAND SELECT SWITCH to the FM ST.
position. The FM STEREO INDICATOR LED will turn on when a FM STEREO broadcast is being
received. If the FM stereo reception is noisy (large amounts of hiss) move the band select switch
to the FM position.
Fig5
Fig6
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LISTENING TO COMPACT DISC (CD)
Set the FUNCTION switch to CD.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open the CD compartment, insert the disc with the printed side
facing upwards, press down on the front of the CD door to close the CD compartment, the total of
number of tracks will be shown on the display.(Fig7).
If the disc is not detected, or there is no disc in the CD compartment, two horizontal lines will be
shown in the display.(Fig8).
Fig7
Fig8
Playing The Entire Disc
1. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to begin playback , the "PLAY" indicator will then show in the
display. Playback starts with the first track. The display shows the current track number(Fig 9).
2. To pause playback, press PLAY/PAUSE button . The "PLAY" indicator will flash(Fig10).
3. To resume playback, press PLAY/PAUSE button again.
4. To stop playback, press STOP button .
Fig9
Fig10
SKIP UP/DOWN
1. Press CD SKIP UP or DOWN button on the unit (or the remote) until the required track number
is shown on the display. (Fig11)
2. Release the button, Play back will be commence from this track.(Fig12)
3. Press the CD SKIP UP once, the next track will be shown and played. Press repeatedly to
select subsequent tracks.
4. Press the CD SKIP DOWN once, the track that is currently playing will be started from the
beginning.
5. Press the CD SKIP DOWN button again to select the previous track, press repeatedly to select
earlier tracks.
Fig11
Fig12
Stopping Play
1. Press STOP button to stop playback. The total number of tracks on the disc will be shown in
the display.
2. Open the CD door to remove the CD.
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Programming the CD player
By programming the CD player, you can play up to 20 tracks in any desired order. (Programmes
can only be set when the CD is stopped.)
1.
2.
Place the disc to be programmed into the CD deck. Press PROG / C-ADJ. button.
The display will show MEMORY and P01 (MEMORY NUMBER) ,then will show MEMORY and
TRACK NUMBER. (Fig13)(Fig14)
Fig13
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4.
5.
Fig14
Use CD SKIP UP or DOWN button to select the first track to be programmed.
When the desired track is shown on the display, press PROG / C-ADJ. Button again.
The display will show MEMORY and P02,then will show MEMORY and TRACK NUMBER.
(FIG15)(FIG16)
Fig15
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Fig16
Repeat this procedure to program other tracks into the memory.
Press PLAY / PAUSE button .
Play starts with the first track of the program.(Fig17)
When all tracks have been played, playback will stop and the display will show the total
number of tracks on the CD.
Fig17
Erasing a programme
A programme is erased if you :
Press PROG / C-ADJ. button ,then the STOP button (when playback has stopped).
Turn the unit off.
Open the CD door.
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CD MODE
REPEAT PLAY
1.
2.
3.
4.
During CD playback, press the CD MODE button once, the current track will be repeated,
and the "REPEAT" indicator will flash in the display.(Fig18)
Press the CD MODE button again, all tracks on the CD will repeated, and the "REPEAT"
indicator will show in the display, but not flash. (Fig19)
Press the CD MODE button a third time, and the "RANDOM" indicator will light up. The tracks
will be played back in a random order. (Fig20)
Press the CD MODE button again to resume normal playback .(RANDOM indicator will
disappear from the display.)
Fig18
Fig19
F.20
BASS BUTTON
You can press the BASS button to enhance the level of bass. Press the BASS button again to
resume normal playback.
MUTE PLAY (REMOTE)
1.
2.
Press the MUTE button on the remote to mute the audio output.
To restore audio output press the MUTE button again.
LISTEN TO THE MUSIC BY USING HEADPHONE
A stereo headphone socket is provided for private listening . To listen to the unit with
headphones(not supplied ) insert the 3.5mm mini-stereo plug from the headphones into the
HEADPHONES socket on the front panel. The speakers are automatically disconnected when
headphones are in use.
COMPACT DISC
1.
Always use a compact discs bearing the mark as shown.
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2.
Notes on handling discs
Removing the disc from its storage case and loading it.
* Do not touch the reflective recorded surface.
* Do not stick paper or write anything on the surface.
* Do not bend the disc.
3.
Storage
* Store the disc in its case.
* Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or high temperatures, high humidity or dusty
places.
4.
Cleaning a disc
* Should the disc become soiled, wipe off dust, dirt and fingerprints with a soft cloth.
* The disc should be cleaned from the centre to the edge.
FROM THE CENTRE TO THE EDGE
CORRECT
INCORRECT
* Never use benzene, thinners, record cleaner fluid or anti static spray.
* Be sure to close the CD door so the lens is not contaminated by dust.
* Do not touch the lens.
CASSETTE OPERATION
Playing Of Cassette
When playing of cassette, open the cover of the CASSETTE BUTTON DOOR first.
Tighten any slack tape in the cassette before use using either a pencil or a ball-point pen,
simply insert the pen or pencil into the center of the spool and rotate to remove slackness.
Press the CASS. STOP / EJECT button to open the cassette door. Insert the cassette into the
compartment with the open end facing upwards and full reel on the right hand side, push the
cassette well down and close the door. Be sure not to touch the tape surface. Move the cassette
lock knob to the lock position. Select "TAPE" using the FUNCTION switch and press the PLAY
button. Press the CASSETTE F.FWD button to fast forward the tape, press the CASSETTE REWIND
button to rewind the tape.
To stop playback, press the CASS. STOP / EJECT button once. To open the cassette door, ensure
the cassette door LOCK is in the unlocked position and press the CASS. STOP / EJECT button
again.
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Recording From Radio
Set the FUNCTION switch to RADIO select MW or FM using BAND SELECT switch and tune to the
required station(refer to radio operation section). Insert a cassette into the deck and press the
RECORD button.
Press the CASS. STOP / EJECT button to stop recording. The CASS. PAUSE button can be used to
stop recording for short intervals. Press the CASSETTE F.FWD to fast forward the tape, press the
CASSETTE REWIND button to rewind the tape.
Recording From CD
Set the FUNCTION switch to CD. Select the required tracks to be recorded. Insert a cassette into
the cassette deck and press the CASS. RECORD button.
Press the CASS. STOP / EJECT button to stop recording.
Auto Stop
When the tape reaches the end in either PLAY or RECORD mode, the built-in AUTO STOP
system will release the depressed PLAY, RECORD keys. Only the cassette function is brought
automatically to a stop , the RADIO or CD PLAYER will continue to play.
Type Of Cassettes
The use of only good quality cassettes (IEC TYPE1) for making recordings is recommended,
other types of cassette may be used but it is unlikely to make proper recordings on these more
specialised tapes. The use of C120 cassettes is not recommended in this machine.
Protecting Recordings
Normally, anything recorded on the tape is automatically erased when new recording is made.
It is possible to protect your recordings from accidental erasure by removing the tabs found on
the rear of the cassette.
Care Of Cassette Mechanism
Gently clean the tape head and pinch-wheel / capstan assemblies after every 10 hours of use
until all traces of oxide deposit have been removed. A range of cassette care products are
available from all good audio retailers.
RECORD/PLAY HEAD
ERASE HEAD
CAPSTAN
PINCH ROLLER
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If the problem is not solved using this guide contact our product
information helpline on 0870 8730080
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Should this unit exhibit a problem, check the following before seeking service.
Symptom
Possible cause
Solution
Radio
Noise or sound distorted on
MW or FM broadcasts.
MW or FM, no sound
Station not tuned properly for
MW or FM
Retune the MW or FM
broadcast station.
FM : FM aerial is not
extended
Extend FM aerial
MW: Unit is not positioned
correctly.
Rotate unit until best
reception is obtained.
RADIO function switch not
selected.
Select RADIO function switch.
Volume at minimum.
Increase volume.
Cassette player
No sound.
TAPE function switch not
selected.
Volume at minimum.
Sound distorted.
Dirty head.
Clean the head.
Tape old or worn.
Replace the cassette tape.
Dirty roller and capstan.
Clean roller and capstan.
Will not record.
Prevention tab removed.
Cover p revention tab hole
with tape.
Distorted sound on playback.
Defective tape or dirty tape
head.
Replace tape or clean tape
head.
CD function switch not
selected.
Select CD function switch.
CD is not inserted or inserted
incorrectly.
Insert CD with label side out.
Disc is dirty or scratched.
Wipe disc with cloth or use
another disc.
Disc inserted upside down.
Insert disc properly.
Speed varies.
Select TAPE function switch.
Increase volume.
Cassette recorder
Compact disc player
CD player will not play.
CD skips while playing.
Disc is inserted but CD
player skips over spot and
will not play.
Disc is dirty.
Clean disc.
Disc is non-standard.
Use correct disc.
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SPECIFICATION
POWER SUPPLY :
OUTPUT POWER :
UNIT DIMENSION :
N. W. :
AC 230V~50Hz DC~12V
10 Watts x 2
520.5x 266 x 178 mm
5.2 kg
RADIO SECTION
FREQ. RANGE :
FM 88 - 108 MHz
MW 540 - 1600 kHz
CASSETTE SECTION
TAPE SPEED :
FREQUENCY RESPONSE :
4.75 CM/SEC
125Hz-8KHz
COMPACT DISC SECTION
OPTICAL PICKUP :
FREQUENCY RESPONSE :
3 - BEAM LASER
100Hz - 16kHz
SPECIFICATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE.
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