1. Power Button 2. Band Switch 3. Function Switch (AUX/CD/TAPE

1. Power Button 2. Band Switch 3. Function Switch (AUX/CD/TAPE
1. Power Button
2. Band Switch
3. Function Switch
(AUX/CD/TAPE/RADIO)
4. Bass Boost Button
5. CD Mode Button
6. CD Program Button
7. CD Stop Button
8. CD Play/Pause Button
9. CD Skip/Search Forward
Button 10. CD Skip/Search Backward
Button 11. Volume Control Knob
12. Tuning Knob
13. Dial Pointer
14. CD LCD Display
15. Remote Sensor
16. Power/Standby LED Indicator
17. FM Stereo LED Indicator
18. Radio Functional Indicator
19. Tape Functional Indicator
20. CD Functional Indicator
21. Cassette Compartment
22. Aux Jack
23. Cassette Record Button
24. Cassette Play Button
25. Cassette Rewind Button
26. Cassette Fast Forward Button
27. Cassette Stop/Eject Button
28. Cassette Pause Button
29. Stereo Headphone Jack
30. Cassette Key Control Door
31. Speaker Terminal (L/R)
32. AC Power Cord
33. FM Antenna
34. CD Door
35. Speaker Box Left
36. Speaker Box Right
37. Folder Down Button “-”
38. Folder Up Button “+”
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AC OPERATION
Before operating, please check carefully that the voltage indicated on your
set corresponds to the voltage of your local area.
1. Plug the AC POWER CORD into a standard AC outlet.
2. Press the POWER BUTTON to start the unit.
POWER/STANDBY LED INDICATOR will light up to indicate unit is
connected to the power source properly.
SPEAKER BOX CONNECTION
Insert the Speaker plug of the SPEAKER BOXES to the SPEAKER TERMINAL
on the rear of the unit.
RADIO OPERATION
1. Slide the FUNCTION SWITCH to the “RADIO” position, the RADIO
FUNCTIONAL INDICATOR will light up.
2. Slide the BAND SWITCH to the desired waveband.
3. Turn the TUNING KNOB to your desired radio station.
4. Adjust the sound level by pressing the VOLUME CONTROL KNOB Up or
Down.
5. To turn off the radio, press the POWER BUTTON to “OFF” position.
FM STEREO INDICATOR
When tuned to a FM stereo broadcast the “FM ST” INDICATOR will light up.
If it does not, check that the BAND SWTICH is set to “FM ST” position. In
weak signal areas the FM stereo signal may not be strong enough and can
cause excessive background noise. In this case, slide the BAND SWITCH to
the “FM” position.
ANTENNAS
For best reception, fully extend the FM ANTENNA to receive FM stations. For
AM reception, the unit has a built-in antenna, and it may be necessary to turn
the whole unit for best reception.
BASS BOOST
At all volume levels, push the BASS BOOST BUTTON to “ON” position to
enhance the low frequency sound. To release the super bass, simply push
this button once again.
STEREO HEADPHONE JACK
For private listening, insert the plug of a Stereo Headphone into the STEREO
HEADPHONE JACK and adjust the VOLUME CONTROL KNOB accordingly. Be
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sure that your headphone has 3.5mm diameter stereo plug with an
impedance of 32 ohms. During the use of a headphone, the Speakers are
automatically disconnected.
Cassette operation
Tape Playback
First of all, open the CASSETTE KEY CONTROL DOOR (30)
1. Press the STOP/EJECT BUTTON to open the cassette door.
2. Insert a pre-recorded cassette tape into the CASSETTE COMPARTMENT
and close the cassette door.
3. Slide the FUNCTION SWITCH to the TAPE position, the TAPE
FUNCTIONAL INDICATOR will light up.
4. Press the PLAY BUTTON.
5. Adjust the VOLUME CONTROL KNOB to your desired listening level.
6. To stop the tape, press the STOP/EJECT BUTTON.
7. To turn off the unit, press the POWER BUTTON to “OFF” position.
Fast Forward and Rewind
The tape can be fast forwarded or rewound by pressing the FAST FORWARD
BUTTON or REWIND BUTTON respectively.
Pause Function
During playback or recording, the tape can be stopped temporarily by
pressing the PAUSE BUTTON. To continue playback or recording, press the
PAUSE BUTTON again.
Auto Stop System
When the tape runs to the end during playback or recording, the cassette
operation will be stopped automatically.
Note : When fast forwarding or rewinding, the STOP BUTTON must be
pressed when the tape runs to the end.
Caution
To avoid damage to the cassette mechanism or to the cassette tapes, always
press the STOP/EJECT BUTTON between each operation!
Recording From The Radio
1. Tune to a desired radio program as described in the “RADIO OPERATION”
section.
2. Insert a blank cassette tape into the CASSETTE COMPARTMENT.
3. Press the PAUSE BUTTON.
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4. Press the RECORD BUTTON. The PLAY BUTTON is engaged
simultaneously to start recording. With the built-in Automatic Level
Control (ALC), the best recording quality is automatically adjusted.
Changing the volume level will not affect the recording. Release the
PAUSE BUTTON to begin recording.
5. To stop recording temporarily, press the PAUSE BUTTON. To continue the
recording, press the PAUSE BUTTON once again.
6. Press the STOP/EJECT BUTTON to stop recording.
7. When the tape runs to its end, the cassette operation will be stopped
automatically.
CD OPERATION
PLAYING COMPACT DISC (CD-R/RW PLAYBACK COMPATIBLE)
Getting Started
Note: Should skipping of tracks occur during CD playing, try turning the
volume down.
When CD is playing, do not open the CD DOOR.
1. Open the CD DOOR by pull up the CD DOOR. Put a CD disc into the CD
Compartment and close the CD DOOR. Set the FUNCTION SWITCH to
“CD” position, the CD LCD DISPLAY and CD FUNCTIONAL INDICATOR
will light up.
Note : Ensure the CD DOOR is closed properly
and locked in place.
2. When the CD DOOR is closed with a CD inside,
total number of the tracks in the disc will be shown
on the CD LCD DISPLAY and will go to stop mode.
(ex. Total 17 tracks inside the disc).
3. If there is no disc inside, the LCD DISPLAY will
show “
” and go to stop mode.
4. If the CD DOOR is not closed, the DISPLAY will
show “
”.
Play/Pause Mode
1. When the PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON is pressed during
CD stop mode, the first track will be played. The
Play Indicator “” will be shown on the LCD
DISPLAY. The CD LCD DISPLAY will show the
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2.
3.
4.
5.
specific number of track being played.
For interruption while the CD is playing, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE
BUTTON once. The Play Indicator “” will blink continuously on the LCD
DISPLAY.
Though the sound stops, the disc will continue to
spin. To re-start playing, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE
BUTTON once again. The music will start from the
exact position where it was interrupted.
To stop the CD, press the CD STOP BUTTON once
whether the CD is in Play or Pause mode. The LCD
DISPLAY will show the total number of tracks of the disc again.
To turn off the unit, press the POWER BUTTON to “OFF” position.
Skip And Search Mode
1. During play or pause mode, when CD SKIP/SEARCH or CD
SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON is pressed once, it will go to the next track or
go back to the beginning of the track.
2. During play mode, when CD SKIP/SEARCH or CD SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON is pressed and held, it will search the track with audible highspeed forward or backward playback.
Repeat Mode
1. Repeat 1 :
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed once, the
Repeat Indicator “
” will be shown on the LCD
DISPLAY. This single track of music will be
repeated.
2. Repeat All:
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed twice, the
Repeat All Indicator “
” will be shown on the
LCD DISPLAY. The whole disc can be played
continuously.
3. To cancel the Repeat Function
Press the MODE BUTTON repeatedly until the
Repeat Indicator disappears from the LCD DISPLAY.
Random Play Mode
This feature allows the track on the disc to be played
in a random order.
1. During the CD stop mode, press the MODE
BUTTON three times, the “
” indicator will
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be shown on the LCD DISPLAY. Press the PLAY BUTTON once to start the
playback.
2. To cancel the random play function, press the MODE BUTTON again,
“
” Indicator will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.
Program Mode
1. During the CD stop mode, press the PROGRAM BUTTON once. The
Program Indicator “
” and the number of Program to be memorized
” will light up
starts from the first program “
and blink continuously.
Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH or SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON to your desired musical track, the CD LCD
DISPLAY will show the appropriate track number.
Press the PROGRAM BUTTON to store this track in memory.
2. Repeat above procedure until all desired tracks have been programmed.
A total of 20 tracks can be stored in memory.
Remarks :
Whenever CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD or
BACKWARD BUTTON is pressed, it will always show
the last programmed track first to recall your
memory.
After complete programming, LCD DISPLAY will show “
” and
flash continuously.
3. Press the CD PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON once to start
the program playback and the CD Play Indicator
“” will light up.
4. To check the program you have stored after
complete programming, press the PROGRAM BUTTON once during CD
stop mode, then press the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD BUTTON once,
the LCD DISPLAY will show the first programmed track number. Repeat
above procedure to read all the programmed memory.
5. To cancel the programmed memory :
¾ During the CD stop mode, press the CD STOP BUTTON once.
OR
¾ Open the CD DOOR during the CD stop mode.
The Program Indicator “
” will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.
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PLAYING MP3 DISC
Getting Started
Note: Should skipping of tracks occur during MP3 Disc playing, try turning
the volume down.
When MP3 disc is playing, do not open the CD DOOR.
1. Open the CD DOOR by pull up the CD DOOR. Put a MP3 disc into the CD
compartment and close the CD DOOR. Set the FUNCTION SWITCH to
“CD” position, the CD LCD DISPLAY and CD FUNCTIONAL INDICATOR will
light up.
Note : Ensure the CD DOOR is closed properly and locked in place.
2. When the CD DOOR is closed with a MP3 disc inside,
total number of the tracks in the disc will be shown
on the CD LCD DISPLAY and go to stop mode.
3. If there is no disc inside, the DISPLAY will show
“
” and go to stop mode.
4. If the CD DOOR is not closed, the DISPLAY will
show “
”.
Play/Pause Mode
1. When the PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON is pressed during CD stop mode, the first
track will be played. The Play Indicator “” will be
” Indicator will be shown as well
lighted. The “
to indicate MP3 Disc is being played. The LCD
DISPLAY will show the specific track number being
played.
2. To select the specific musical tracks inside the MP3 Disc.
MP3 music can be stored into CD Disc with or without folders according to
your “MP3 burning method”.
a. If the MP3 disc is
downloaded without
dividing into folder, all
track number will be
shown directly in the
LCD DISPLAY. The
Album number will only
show
after pressing the FOLDER UP or DOWN BUTTON.
b. If the music is stored into different folders, then you’ve to select the
specific Album number first by pressing the FOLDER UP or DOWN
BUTTON ; afterwards press the CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD or
BACKWARD BUTTON to select the specific Track number music inside
this Album.
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Example : To select Album # 4, track # 3.
STEP – 1 :
Press the FOLDER UP or DOWN
BUTTON to select the Album # 4.
STEP – 2 :
Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH
FORWARD or BACKWARD BUTTON
to select the Track # 3 inside this
Album # 4.
3. For interruption while MP3 disc is playing, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE
BUTTON once. The Play Indicator “” will blink continuously on the LCD
DISPLAY.
4. Though the sound stops, the disc will continue to spin. To re-start playing,
press the CD PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON once again. The music will start from
the exact position where it was interrupted.
5. To stop the MP3 disc, press the CD STOP BUTTON once whether the MP3
disc is in Play or Pause mode.
6. To turn off the unit, press the POWER BUTTON TO “OFF” position.
Repeat Mode
1. Repeat 1 :
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed once, the
Repeat Indicator “
” will light. This single track
of music will be repeated.
2. Repeat Folder :
When the MODE BUTTON is pressed twice, the
“
” and “
” indicator will be shown. This
specific folder will be played repeatedly.
3. Repeat All :
When the REPEAT BUTTON is pressed three times,
the Repeat All Indicator “
” will be shown. The
whole disc can be played continuously.
4. To cancel the Repeat Function
Press the MODE BUTTON repeatedly until the Repeat Indicator
disappears from the LCD DISPLAY.
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Random Play Mode
This feature allows the tracks on the disc to be played in a random order.
1. During the CD Stop mode, press the MODE
BUTTON four times, the “
” Indicator will
show on the LCD DISPLAY. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
BUTTON once to start the playback.
2. To cancel the Random Play function, press the
MODE BUTTON again, “
” Indicator will disappear from the LCD
DISPLAY.
Skip And Search
1. During play or pause mode, when CD SKIP/SEARCH or CD
SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON is pressed once, it will go to the next track or
go back to the beginning of the track.
2. During play mode, when CD SKIP/SEARCH or CD SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON is pressed once and held, it will search the track with audible
high speed forward or backward playback.
Program Mode
1. During the CD stop mode, press the PROGRAM BUTTON once. The
Program Indicator “
” and the number of
Program to be memorized starts from the first
program “
” will light up and blink continuously.
Press the FOLDER UP or DOWN BUTTON, then
press CD SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD or BACKWARD
BUTTON to select your desired musical track, CD LCD DISPLAY will show
the track number of this specific Album to be programmed. Press the
PROGRAM BUTTON to store this track in memory.
2. Repeat above procedure until all desired tracks have been programmed.
Remarks : Whenever the FOLDER UP or DOWN BUTTON is pressed, it
will always show the last programmed Album number first
to recall your memory.
A total of 10 tracks can be stored in memory. After complete
programming, LCD DISPLAY will show “
” and blink
continuously.
3. To start the Programmed playback, press the CD PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
once and the CD Play Indicator “”, “
” and the track number of
the specific Album will light up.
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Example :
Album # 3, Track # 2.
4. To check the program you have stored after complete programming,
press the PROGRAM BUTTON once during the CD Stop mode. The LCD
” and blink continuously. Press the FOLDER UP
DISPLAY will show “
or DOWN BUTTON to read the Album number, then press the CD
SKIP/SEARCH FORWARD or BACKWARD BUTTON to read the specific
track number of said Album. Press the PROGRAM BUTTON again, LCD
DISPLAY will show “
” and blink continuously. Repeat above
procedure to check all programs being stored.
5. To cancel the programmed memory :
¾ During the CD stop mode, press the CD STOP BUTTON once.
OR
¾ Open the CD Door during the CD stop mode.
The Program Indicator “
” will disappear from the LCD DISPLAY.
Recording From CD Player
1. Slide the FUNCTION SWITCH to “CD” position, the CD LCD DISPLAY and
CD FUNCTIONAL INDICATOR will light up.
2. Put a CD into the CD compartment with the label side upward.
3. Insert a cassette into the cassette compartment and press PAUSE
BUTTON of the cassette deck.
4. Press RECORD BUTTON and PLAY BUTTON simultaneously for recording
stand-by. With the built-in ALC, the best recording quality is adjusted
automatically.
5. Activate the CD player, playing in a desired track as described in the
COMPACT DISC PLAYER OPERATION section. Release the PAUSE
BUTTON of the cassette deck to start recording.
6. To stop recording temporarily, press the PAUSE BUTTON. To continue
recording, press the PAUSE BUTTON again.
7. Press STOP/EJECT BUTTON of the cassette deck to stop recording. Then
stop CD playback by pressing the CD STOP BUTTON of the CD player.
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AUXILIARY (AUX) MODE
1. Slide the FUNCTION SWITCH to the “AUX” position.
2. Connect the earphone socket from the Auxiliary unit (e.g. MP3 Player or
MD Player) into AUX-IN-JACK (22) of this product via an Audio Line Cord
(with 3.5mm plug on both ends ; Not supplied).
3. Play the Auxiliary unit. Music from the Auxiliary unit can be listened
through the Speakers of this product.
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Installing Batteries
Slide open the BATTERY DOOR, install two “AA” size or UM-3 batteries
according to the polarity diagram inside the battery compartment of the
Remote Controller.
Battery Replacement
When batteries become weak, the operating distance of the Remote
Controller is greatly reduced and you will need to replace batteries.
Using The Remote Controller Correctly
• Point the Remote Controller at the REMOTE SENSOR locates on the main
unit.
• The function of the button is the same as the corresponding control on
the main unit.
• When there is a strong ambient light source, the performance of the
infrared REMOTE SENSOR may be degraded causing unreliable operation.
• The recommended effective distance for remote operation is about 5
meters.
1. REMOTE SENSOR (40)
2. POWER BUTTON (41)
a) While the main unit is in operation, press this POWER BUTTON (41)
once, the unit will go to Standby Mode and POWER/STANDBY LED
INDICATOR (16) will turn from green to red color.
b) Press the POWER BUTTON (41) again and it will resume to normal
play function.
NOTE :
When the POWER/STANDBY LED INDICATOR (16) is in red color, the unit
is only in Standby Mode. Press the POWER BUTTON (1) locates on the
main unit to turn off the unit completely.
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3. STOP BUTTON (42)
Press to stop CD play.
4. PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON (43)
Press to start play or pause temporarily in CD
Mode.
5. MODE BUTTON (44)
Press in sequence for different play mode.
Playing CD DISC : Repeat 1 Æ Repeat All Æ
Random Play Æ Normal Play.
Playing MP3 DISC : Repeat 1 Æ Repeat Folder Æ
Repeat All Æ Random Play Æ
Normal Play.
6. SKIP/SEARCH “-” (45) / “+” (46)
Skip or Search backward / forward for the desired track or passage in CD
mode.
7. FOLDER “-”(47)/ “+” (48)
a) Press once to show the Folder number.
b) Press twice to change the Folder number downward or upward.
8. VOLUME “-” (49) / “+” (50)
Press to adjust the volume.
9. BATTERY DOOR (51)
Slide open the battery door, then insert two “AA” size or UM-3 batteries
according to the polarity diagram inside the battery compartment.
Note :
If the Remote Controller is not to be used for a long time, remove the
batteries to prevent possible damage through battery.
Do not mix different types of battery or old batteries with new ones.
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE TAPE HEADS
Clean the heads frequently to remove dust and tape residue. Dirt on the
heads will impair the sound quality of both recording and playback.
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WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THE APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT REMOVE COVER, PILOT LAMPS SOLDERED IN
PLACE. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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