Palsonic PMSM225 Owner's manual

Palsonic PMSM225 Owner's manual
Instruction manual
Mini Component Sound System
PMSM-225
PALSONIC CORPORATION PTY LTD
1 JOYNTON AVENUE
WATERLOO NSW 2017 AUSTRALIA
TEL: (02) 9313 7111
FAX: (02) 9313 7555
www.palsonic.com.au
PALSONIC CUSTOMER SERVICE
TELEPHONE
AUSTRALIA:1300 657 888
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NO OPEN COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONAL.
THIS SYMBOL IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF UNINSULATED
"DANGEROUS VOLTAGE" WITHIN THE PRODUCT'S ENCLOSURE THAT MAY BE
SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE TO CONSTITUTE A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK TO PERSONS.
THIS SYMBOL IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE (SERVICING) INSTRUCTIONS IN THE LITERATURE
ACCOMPANYING THE APPLIANCE.
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS POLARIZED AC PLUG WITH AN
EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE
FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
LASER SAFETY
THIS UNIT EMPLOYS A LASER. ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD REMOVE
THE COVER OR ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THIS DEVICE DUE TO POSSIBLE EYE INJURY.
CAUTION: USE OF ANY CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS, OR PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIC HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT,
FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR EVITER LED CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIDE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA
FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU'AU FOND.
Important Safety Instructions
- All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
- The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
- All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
- All operating and use instructions should be followed.
1. 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.
PORTABLE
CART
WARNING
2. Carts and Stands - The appliance should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended
by the manufacturer.
3. 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.
4. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
FIGURE 2
5. 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.
2
6.
Heat - The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
7.
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.
8.
Grounding or Polarisation -The precautions that should be taken so that the grounding or polarisation means of
an appliance is not defeated.
9.
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.
10. Protective Attachment Plug - If the appliance is equipped with an attachment plug having overload protection. This
is a safety feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting of protective device. If replacement of
the plug is required, be sure the service technician has used a replacement plug specified by the manufacturer
that has same overload protection as the original plug.
11. Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer.
12. Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines.
13. 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 and antenna-discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes and requirements for the grounding
electrode. See Figure 1.
14. Non-use Periods -The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a
long period of time.
15. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
16. Damage Requiring Service -The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
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.
17. 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.
FIGURE 1
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
AS PER NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-31)
NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICING GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
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WORTH
knowing
Please keep the sound system's guarantee card and receipt safe for
warranty purposes, if guarantee card is supplied to you.
Precautions
Read carefully through this manual to familiarise yourself with this
high - quality sound system.
Make sure the rating of your household electricity supply matches that
shown on the back of the sound system.
Refer to this chapter and the "Installation/connections" chapter (page
18/19) to help you install and adjust your sound system.
Do not ...
... expose the sound system to high levels of humidity and heat, to avoid
the risk of fire and electric shock.
... connect the sound system to the power supply if you have just moved
it from a cold to a warm environment. This can result in condensation
inside the system and cause serious damage to the machine and
cassettes. Wait around two hours to allow it to reach room
temperature.
Make sure ...
... the system is placed on a stable, flat surface.
... you place the system where there is good ventilation all around.
... you clean the system only with a soft, line-free cloth, do not use
aggressive or alcohol-based cleaning agents.
... you disconnect the power supply if the system appears to be working
incorrectly, is making an unusual sound, has a strange smell, has
smoke emitting from it or liquids have got inside it.
Have a qualified technician check the system.
... you disconnect the power supply and aerial if you will not be using the
system for a long period or during a thunderstorm.
For your own safety!
There are no components in this sound system you can
service or repair yourself.
Do not open the case of the sound system. Only allow
qualified personnel to repair or service your set.
"Class 1 Laser Product" : Do not override the safety locks
around the laser unit of the CD player : Laser beams can
damage your eyes!
This sound system is designed for continuous operation.
Switching it off does not disconnect it from the mains
(stand-by). To disconnect it from the mains, you have to
unplug it.
Recording any copyright protected material may infringe
a copyright.
"CAUTION : Replace fusible resistor with the same type and rating."
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WORTH
Before doing anything with this machine, please
read the chapter "Installation / connections".
knowing
Contents
Controls
The remote control unit ................................................................................................... 6
The sound ....................................................................................................................... 7
The machine ................................................................................................................... 8/9
Radio listening
Tuning station, Programming station presets, Selecting station presets ........................ 10
Tape playing
Playing tapes, Winding, Continuous playback ................................................................ 11
CD Playing
Playing CDs, Searching, Skipping .................................................................................. 12
Programmed CD tracks playback, Repeat playback, Random playback ........................ 13
Recording
Recording Recording stations, from a connected device ............................................... 14
Recording CDs with synchro start, Recording from another tape (dubbing) .................. 15
Timer and clock
Setting the clock, Displaying the time ............................................................................. 16
Setting the timer, Timer tape (play or record) function, Timer stand-by on/off.
Checking the timer .......................................................................................................... 17
Installation / connections
Placing your sound system components, Remote control and batteries ........................ 18
Installation ...................................................................................................................... 19
Appendix
Before you ask a specialist, Cleaning the audio heads of the tape deck ........................ 20
Compact discs, Technical data ....................................................................................... 21
On the following pages, the pictures show the buttons you press on the remote control or on the set to
perform the function. Some pictures show what you should see in the displays of the machine (if present).
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The remote control is the principal means of control, but the main functions are also
available on the front of the machine.
Press the buttons POWER or FUNCTION (TAPE, TUNER, AUX, CD) to turn on the
power.
CONTROLS
The Remote Control unit
Power on / off (stand-by).
FUNCTION
To select tape, tuner, a connected device (video ...) or CD
player.
VOL
To set the volume level.
VOL
TUNE
MAX.
4M
TUNE
MAX.
4M
To tune in stations, to set values in programming, to fast
reverse or advance CD.
To start play CD or to select station presets.
PRESET
CLEAR
To stop play or to cancel values and functions.
To enter programme play.
To select random play for all CDs or tracks of the selected
disc.
Press repeatedly
To select repeat play for a track, a CD, or all CDs.
SET
For a short pause during CD play or to advance in a
programming (e.g. clock set).
To select FM or AM radio.
To select FM mono for weak stereo reception.
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With your sound sound system you have unique possibilities
to modify the sound of your music
CONTROLS
The sound
On the
remote control
On the
machine
Volume level
Handy buttons serve for comfortable volume
control both on the machine as well as on the
remote control.
Music styles
This adjustment section lets you adjust your
system's sound to the music style you are
listening to such as Classic, Jazz, Rock and
Pops (Flat means no style).
Press the buttons repeatedly for the desired
mode and watch the display.
Ultra Bass Sound system
Use this button on the machine to give music
more volume and power by boosting its bass
section (on/off).
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CONTROLS
Place your sound system
horizontally on a flat, steady base so that air can circulate around it for ventilation.
away from humidity and heat, magnetic fields, such as those from loudspeakers etc.,
and with no heavy objects placed on top.
The machine
POWER ON/OFF (stand-by)
PHONES
Headphone socket. Plugging in a headphone
switches the speakers off.
To select tape, tuner and band,
a connected device (video ...), or CD player.
To start play CD or to select station presets.
SET
TUNE-DOWN
PRESET/CD
TUNE-UP
CLEAR
To stop CD play or to cancel
values and functions.
To tune in stations, to set values in
programming, to fast reverse or advance CD.
For a short pause during CD playback or to advance
in a programming (e.g. clock set).
To start a recording.
To play a tape.
For a short pause.
To stop tape and to open the tape
compartment.
To fast reverse or advance the tape.
For a short pause.
To stop tape and to open the tape
compartment.
To fast reverse or advance the tape.
To play a tape.
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CONTROLS
The machine
To open or close the disc compartment to load /unload CDs
Direct access to one of the three discs that you can load into
your sound system.
To play the next disc and to turn disc tray for loading up to 3
discs.
Also to load a disc while another is playing.
To set the volume level.
Tape compartment 1
for playing tapes and
recording tapes.
Tape compartment 2
for playing tapes.
UBS enhancement, see page 7.
To select timer setting and to activate/ deactivate timer stand-by.
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RADIO
listening
Tuning stations
FUNCTION
Select the tuner function.
Select the band.
TUNE
TUNE
To find weak stations too, press
repeatedly while tuning.
To find powerful stations quickly,
automatically keeping either button
pressed until tuning starts.
A station is being received.
FM stereo broadcasts with too
much noise can be switched to
mono for less noise.
Programming station presets
You can store up to 30 FM /
15 AM stations.
TUNE
TUNE
Find a station as under "Tuning
stations".
Store.
The system assigns a station to
a number beginning with 1, one
after another.
SET
Selecting station presets
PRESET
Select lower or higher preset
numbers.
On the machine select the tuner function and the band by pressing
BAND / TUNER button. The other buttons are on the machine too except MODE
button.
If you try to store a 31st FM / 16th AM station, the display will show "FULL".
To clear a preset station, select it, press / CLEAR, then / SET for 3 seconds.
You can use the MODE button of the remote control to switch back to stereo.
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TAPE 1: To playback prerecorded tapes and
to record tapes.
TAPE 2: Only to playback prerecorded tapes.
For tape recording see page 14-15.
T A P E
playing
Playing tapes
on the machine
Select the TAPE function.
Open either tape compartment to load the tape.
Be sure to have the open part of the cassette downwards and the left
hand spool fully wound.
Close the compartment door again, pushing it softly.
Start playback.
If you want to interrupt playback briefly-and to continue.
Stop playback.
Winding
on the machine
Stop playback.
Fast rewind or advance the tape.
Continuous playback
on the machine
Select the TAPE function.
Load tapes into both compartments.
Set TAPE 2 to play.
Set TAPE 1 to play pause.
After playing TAPE 2, the machine will commence with TAPE 1.
On the remote control select the TAPE function pressing the FUNCTION button.
For tape recording see page 14-15.
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CD
playing
CD label up
Playing CDs
FUNCTION
Select the CD function.
on the machine
Open the disc compartment to
load a disc.
Be sure to have the disc label facing
upwards.
To play 1 or 2 discs, place them
in the first tray and /or second
tray.
on the machine
To play 3 discs, place 2 discs
and turn the trays for the third
tray, using DISC CHANGE
button. (Also to load a disc while
another is playing.)
To start a specific disc.
TUNE TUNE
To select a specific start track.
Start playback.
PLAY
The currently played disc is the one on
the left, when you open the
compartment.
If you want to interrupt playback
briefly - and to continue.
SET
CLEAR
Stop playback.
Searching
TUNE TUNE
hold pressed
To search for a particular point
on the disc reverse or forwards.
Skipping
TUNE TUNE
To Skip tracks down / up
(if you want, press the button
repeatedly).
On the machine select the CD function, by pressing the CD button.
The other buttons are on the machine too.
When the disc stops the machine shows its total time.
During playback the machine shows the current disc number, the current
track number, and the tracks play time.
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C D
Please read remarks about discs on page 21
playing
Programmed CD tracks playback
Stop the disc.
Select the programme function.
Choose a disc.
Now move to a track number.
Select this number for the programme.
With the last two steps select up to 30 tracks for your programme.
DISC CHANGE button has no effect in programming.
Play your programme.
You can search and skip during programmed playback.
Stop Playback
To cancel programmed CD playback, press the button twice.
Repeat playback
Select the repeat function, press repeatedly to have ...
to repeat the current track
" REPEAT "
" DISC REPEAT " to repeat the current disc,
" ALL REPEAT " to repeat all discs.
To cancel repeat playback, press the button until "REPEAT"
in the display is unmarked.
You can repeat a programme by pressing "REPEAT" button
during programme playback.
Random playback
Select the random function, press repeatedly to have ..
"RANDOM
DISC
" to play tracks of the
"RANDOM
ALL
" to play tracks from disc
current disc randomly.
1, 2 and 3 randomly.
To cancel random playback, press the button until
"RANDOM" in the display is unmarked.
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RECORDING
Load a tape with enough free recording time into TAPE1.
Be sure to have the open part of the cassette downwards and the left hand spool fully
wound on the left.
Close the compartment door again, pushing it softly
Recording stations
buttons on the machine
Select the TUNER function.
Select the band.
TUNE DOWN
Choose the station
(see also page 10).
TUNE UP
Start your recording.
If you want to interrupt
recording briefly-and to
continue.
Stop your recording.
Recording from a connected device
buttons on the machine
Select the AUX function.
Be sure the audio output of the
device is properly connected (TV
set, video recorder, minidisc, etc.)
to the AUX input sockets on the
back of the machine
(see also page 19).
Start your recording.
If you want to interrupt
recording briefly-and to
continue.
Stop your recording.
To find the point the recording is to start, use the functions on page 11.
14
,
RECORDING
TAPE 1: To playback prerecorded and to
record tapes.
TAPE 2: Only to play prerecorded tapes
Recording CDs with synchro start
The synchro start function gives you a very comfortable way of copying (tracks of) CDs to a tape.
buttons on the machine
Select the CD function.
Open the disc compartment to load a disc.
Select the disc you want to record.
TUNE DOWN
TUNE UP
To find a track to be recorded.
SET
A short pause before recording starts.
Start your recording.
Stop your recording.
Recording from another tape (dubbing)
buttons on the machine
Select the TAPE function.
Load a tape with enough free recording time into TAPE 1.
Load the prerecorded tape (the one to be dubbed)
into TAPE 2.
Set recording TAPE 1 to pause.
Start TAPE 2 to play.
Stop your recording.
If the tape is not rewound completely, rewind it first.
If you want to start at the current position, press REC button.
Use only good quality tape cassettes.
Keep cassettes away from excessive moisture or dust, magnetic and electrical fields
(loudspeakers and computer monitors, for example)
Always wind the tape to the beginning when you have finished.
Store the cassette in its cover.
You can protect your precious recordings from being wiped by breaking out the safety tab on the
side of the cassette.
Should you wish to re-use the tape after removing the tab, cover the hole with adhesive tape.
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CONTROLS
Setting the clock
buttons on the machine
Switch off your sound
system*
SET
Enter clock-set mode then, the
hour digits flash.
TUNE DOWN
TUNE UP
Set the current hour.
SET
SET
Switch to the minute digits.
TUNE DOWN
TUNE UP
Set the current minutes.
SET
SET
Start the clock and exit clock set.
Setting the timer
on the machine
FUNCTION
on the remote control
(or the machine)
Select the TIMER function.
(Timer display disappears after
about 9 seconds.)
Select, if you want to listen to the
radio, tape, CD, or a connected
device when the system turns on.
Press repeatedly.
SET
Enter 'on' time.
TUNE DOWN
TUNE UP
Set of the hour of the time the
machine is to switch on.
* Only if the clock was set before.
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TIMER
a n d c lo c k
You can set the machine to automatically
switch on and off at a specified time.
Be sure the clock is set accurately.
Setting the timer
SET
on the machine.
(or the remote control)
TUNE DOWN
Switch to the minute digits.
TUNE UP
Set the minutes of the time the machine is to switch on.
SET
Switch to the volume setting.
VOL
Set the volume between MIN.1 and MAX.26.
VOL
SET
Switch to the time the machine is to switch off again.
TUNE DOWN
TUNE UP
Each time you press the button, you decrease / increase off
time from 10 minutes up to 240 minutes.
SET
Timer setting is finished and exit the setting.
Timer tape (play or record) function
Be sure to have selected recording source or tape function, before power off, if you want to record
from the radio, CD, AUX or to play tape when timer setting.
when timer on tape playing
when timer on recording
Open tape compartment to load the
tape with enough space and without
safety hole (page 15) into TAPE 1
Open either tape compartment to
load the tape into TAPE 1 or TAPE 2 .
Press play button to play the tape
loaded into TAPE 1 or TAPE 2.
Press the RECORD button.
Timer (record) stand-by on / off
Press the button repeatedly to switch :
"
" timer stand-by to play or record.
"
" timer off.
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INSTALLATION/
CONNECTIONS
Placing your sound system components
Same distance
Optimal stereo position
Remote control and batteries
Fit the batteries to match the
+ and - symbols in the
compartment.
Batteries for remote control unit are not provided.
Please protect your environment! As batteries contain certain
toxic substances they pollute the environment if not properly
disposed of. Your specialised dealer will accept used batteries.
Make sure the batteries are always of the same type and age, and
remove them from the remote control if you are not using it for a long period.
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After switching on your sound system the first
time, the machine waits for time setting.
See page 16
INSTALLATION/
CONNECTIONS
Installation
Fit the provided FM antenna here.
Optional: FM antenna.
Plug the provided AM antenna here.
Plug a device like a video recorder, TV set,
or minidisc, etc. here.
Be sure to connect sockets and plugs of
the same colour.
Push here
Fit the speaker cables.
Be sure to connect the
pair of cables (for the left
and the right speaker) so
that the marked flexes
have both the same
colour (phase).
Right speaker
Make sure the rating of your household electricity supply matches that shown
on the back of the sound system.
Do not stack objects on top of the sound system.
Do not block the ventilation holes of the sound system.
Place the system so that air can circulate freely.
Switch devices off when connecting or disconnecting.
Do not expose the sound system to high levels of humidity and heat, to avoid the risk of fire and
electric shock.
Do not connect the sound system to the power supply if you have just moved it from a cold to a
warm environment. This can result in condensation inside the system and cause serious
damage to the machine and cassettes. Wait around two hours to allow it to reach room
temperature.
Be sure you disconnect the power supply and aerial if you will not be using the system for a
long period or during a thunderstorm.
Be sure to read the precautions on page 4.
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APPENDIX
Before you ask a specialist
No sound
- No mains supply?
- Volume at minimum?
- Are headphones plugged in the headphone socket?
- Did someone press the MUTE button?
No Display
- The power save mode ?
- Replug the AC Cord.
Noise with radio sound
- Station not tuned accurately? Tune again.
- Weak FM station? Switch to mono using MODE button.
- Weak AM stations? Move the AM antenna slowly for
better reception.
- Antenna accurately fitted?
Bad sound with tapes
- Be sure playing / recording heads and tape guiding
parts are clean, see bottom of this page.
- Try another cassette.
Not recording
- Cover the protective hole of the cassette with adhesive
tape.
- Correct source CD, tape, tuner, AUX selected?
Not playing CDs
- Load a CD with the label facing upwards.
- CD scratched, broken, deformed, ... Try with another.
- Condensation e.g. after a transport? Wait for a
while (20-30 minutes).
- CD dirty? Wipe with a soft cloth from the centre to the
outside.
Remote control does
not work
- Check Batteries polarity? See page 18.
- Batteries run down? Try new ones.
- An object is blocking the direct line between remote
control and the system. Max distance to the system is
4-7 m pointing to its front.
Cleaning the audio heads of the tape deck
Unplug your sound system from the mains. Open the tape compartments.
After playing and recording for a time, the sound of the tape recorders may
become muffled. Then clean the heads and tape guiding parts.
Only use a soft utensil with
alcohol or a special head
cleaning liquid.
erasing head
playing/ tape guiding
recording head parts
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APPENDIX
Compact discs
Always ...
Never ...
handle your discs with care. Hold a disc
with the fingers touching the edge or the
hole.
place the disc with the label facing up.
place the disc properly into the tray using
the proper guide area for 12 cm or 8 cm
discs.
replace a disc in its case after playing and
store it in a vertical position.
use a soft cloth to clean a disc if
necessary and wipe from the centre to the
outside.
play a deformed, cracked, or chipped disc.
try to repair a disc with adhesive tape or
glue.
close the tray with a disc slipping out of
the guide area, or two disc inside.
scratch a disc or store it in direct sunlight,
high humidity or high temperature.
use record cleaning sprays, benzene, static
electricity liquids or any other solvent, if the
disc surface is soiled.
wipe the disc in a circular motion, since
circular scratches are likely to occur, which
will cause noise.
write on the disc.
move the system during playback.
Technical data
Dimensions (W x D x H)
275 x 375 x 317 mm
190 x 180 x 317 mm
5.3kg / 2.1kg x 2
Set:
Speaker:
Weight:
Power supply
Voltage :
AC 240V / 50Hz
Power consumption
26watt
3 x CD changer
Converter:
16 bit D/A
Oversampling: 8x
Tape
Synchro recording.
Automatic level control
Magnetic erasing.
Amplifier
12.5 watt + 12.5 watt (10% THD RMS)
Reception range
FM:
AM:
87.5MHz - 108MHz
522 - 1620kHz
Speakers
1 Way
Woofer:
4" / 8 ohm
Subject to technical alterations without notice.
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PALSONIC CORPORATION PTY LTD
1 JOYNTON AVENUE
WATERLOO NSW 2017 AUSTRALIA
TEL: (02) 9313 7111
FAX: (02) 9313 7555
www.palsonic.com.au
PALSONIC CUSTOMER SERVICE
TELEPHONE
AUSTRALIA:1300 657 888
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