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Panasonic CQRDP162N User manual
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CQ-RDP162N CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
BAND
TA
PWR
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
SOURCE
REMOTE
DISP
EON EPTY ECT
CT
MUTE
AF
SCAN
DISC
LOUD
1
2
3
REPEAT
4
CQ-RDP162/RDP112N
RANDOM
5
6
PTY
MONO
/LOC
AL REG
CD Player/Receiver
CQ-RDP152/RDP142/RDP102N
Deutsch
CD Player/Receiver with CD Changer Control
AUTO·P
VOL
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Operating Instructions
Thank you very much for purchasing a Panasonic CD Player/Receiver.
Panasonic welcomes you to the growing owners' family of our advanced electronic products.
We make every endeavor to offer you the significant advantages of the most up-to-date electronic and
mechanical engineering, manufactured with carefully and optimally selected components and
assembled by the people who are proud of their excellent reputation established over the years.
We know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment.
After you realize its quality, value and reliability,
we are sure that you are proud to be a member of our family.
Fantastic
Sound
Sophisticated Product Achieved by Optional Functions
■ Sound System with Spurting Realism (2-channel Power Amplifier)
■ Powerful Heavy Bass(Stereo/Mono Power Amplifier) : CY-M7052EN
■ Smooth Uninterrupted Play (CD Changer) : CX-DP88N, etc.
Sub-Woofer
(Up Grade)
CD Changer: CX-DP88N
(Up Grade)
(For CQ-RDP162/RDP112N)
2
● Specifications ................................. 3
● Introduction..................................... 4
● Power and Audio Controls .............. 6
● Radio Basics................................... 7
Radio Data System (RDS).............. 8
● CD Player and CD Changer ......... 10
● Troubleshooting ............................ 11
Space I
CQ-RDP162N CQ-RDP112N
CQ-RDP152N CQ-RDP142N
CQ-RDP102N
English
Contents
Refer to the Installation Instructions
supplied separately for installation and
wiring.
Specifications
■ General
DC 12 V (11 V - 16 V),
Test Voltage 14.4 V, Negative Ground
±12 dB at 100 Hz
Tone Controls (Bass)
±12 dB at 10 kHz
Tone Controls (Treble)
Less than 2.5 A
Current Consumption
(CD mode, 0.5 W 4-Speaker)
Maximum Power Output 45 W x 4 (at 4 Ω)
20 W x 4 (DIN45 324, at 4 Ω)
Power Output
4-8Ω
Speaker Impedance
Pre-Amp Output Voltage 2 V (CD mode)
Pre-Amp Output Impedance 600 Ω
Dimensions (Main Unit) 178(W) x 50(H) x 150(D) mm
1.4 kg
Weight (Main Unit)
Power Supply
■ Stereo Radio
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo Separation
Frequency Range
MW
Usable Sensitivity
Frequency Range
LW
Usable Sensitivity
FM
87.5 - 108 MHz
6 dB/µV(S/N 30 dB)
35 dB (at 1 kHz)
531 - 1 602 kHz
28 dB/µV (S/N 20 dB)
153 - 279 kHz
32 dB/µV (S/N 20 dB)
■ CD Player
8 times oversampling
MASH 1 bit/4 DAC System
Panasonic Super Decoding
Algorithm
Astigma 3-beam
Pick-Up Type
Semiconductor laser
Light Source
780 nm
Wavelength
20 Hz - 20 kHz (±1 dB)
Frequency Response
96 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.01 % (1 kHz)
Below measurable limits
Wow and Flutter
75 dB
Channel Separation
Sampling Frequency
DA Converter
Error Correction System
Stereo/Mono
Power Amplifier :
CY-M7052EN
(Up Grade)
Note
● Specifications and design are subject to modification
without notice due to improvements.
3
Introduction
Precaution
Cautions
This product is a class I laser product.
Note that this product uses a visible/invisible laser beam which could cause hazardous radiation exposure if directed.
Be sure to operate this product correctly
as instructed.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Do not open covers and do
not repair yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
■ For safe driving
● Moderate the volume not to miss traffic information.
■ Shorting prevention
● Do not get this unit wet.
■ CD slot
● Do not insert anything other than a CD.
■ Power supply
● 12-volt negative ground battery system.
Product service, repair and inquiry
● Consult your nearest Panasonic Service
Center.
Laser products:
Wave length: 780 nm
Laser power: No hazardous radiation is
emitted with safety protection.
Note
Protection of preset memory
Never disconnect the battery power cord.
Accessories
qMounting collar
rCase for the
removable front
panel
wBolt
tTrim plate
Maintenance
■Cleaning
● Wipe the unit with a
soft dry cloth.
● Never apply volatile
liquids such as benzine and thinner to
prevent damage.
ePower connector
Options (Sold separately)
● Remote control
(CA-RC61EX)
● CD Changer
(For CQ-RDP162
/RDP112N)
Note
● This operating instruction manual applies to the
five models below. All illustrations represent
model CQ-RDP162N unless otherwise specified.
Models
Changer Control
Illumination color
CX-DP88N
4
CQ-RDP162N
Yes
Amber
CQ-RDP152N
None
Amber
CQ-RDP142N
None
Red
CQ-RDP112N
Yes
Green
English
Clock Setting
Clock can be set only in AM radio mode.
BAND
TUNE
DISP
Note
FM RDS CT service adjusts your clock automatically.
If you cannot get RDS CT service, set the clock as follows.
@
Press
a
FM1 87.50
D
Press
a
CT
(Radio mode)
A
Press
B
DISP
C
DISP
Press
Hold down
for over 2
sec.
a
a
a
(Hours set)
AM 153
E
NO CT
F
DISP
Press
(AM mode)
CT
a
CT
10:00
(Blink: Minutes)
Press
a
(NO CT)
0:00
10:00
CT
10:35
(Minutes set)
G
DISP
Press
a
CT
(Blink: Hours)
10:35
(Completed)
Theft prevention
■ Take the front panel with you when getting off the car.
1
[
] : Release the
front panel.
q q Pull the right side.
w Slide the left side.
a detach the panel.
2
w
3
Put the panel into
the case r.
■ Install the front panel
w q Slide the left side.
q
w Press the right
side until a "click"
is heard.
Note
● An alarm is generated to remind you of the front panel
when turning off the power.
5
Power and Audio Controls
Volume adjustment
Power on
on/
off
Start the engine first!
¨: Up
[SOURCE] :
Turn the
power on.
: Down
● Hold down: fast forward
● [SOURCE] (Hold down) :
Turn the power off.
Notes
● Power on
● The volume increases gradually
to the last level if that level was
over 20.
● When first powered up, a message is displayed
● [DISP]: Stop the message.
● [SOURCE](Hold down at power
off) :Turn on the power and display the message.
MUTE
[MUTE] :Toggle the
Mute on and off.
● Mute the sound.
(Hold down over 2 sec.):
Toggle Loudness on and
off.
● Enhance bass and treble
tones at low volume.
Sound quality adjustment
[SEL] :
Select a
mode.
1
Note
● No operation for 5 sec.
a Return to the regular
mode.
● If the fader is set to
front, the pre-amp output (rear) is decreased.
6
Regular Mode
Volume
2
[VOL] : Adjust the level.
¨: Up
: Down
Bass
(–12 to +12 in 3 dB step)
Treble
(–12 to +12 in 3 dB step)
Balance
(left/right : 1 to 15)
Fader
(front/rear : 1 to 15)
English
Radio Basics
How to listen to the radio
Radio
[SOURCE] :
Select the
radio mode.
BAND TUNE
Stereo Indicator
CD Player
CD Changer
STEREO
Band
Preset Number
PTY
(MONO / LOCAL)
Preset memory / Tuning
● Up to 6 stations can be preset in each band (AM x 6, FM x 18 : FM1 - FM3)
■Automatic presetting
■Tuning and Manual presetting
1
2
1
2
[BAND] :
Select a band.
[BAND]
(Hold down over 2 sec.
a release) :
Automatically tune the
6 stations with good
reception and save them.
Preset stations are displayed
for 5 sec. respectively.
[BAND] :
Select a band.
[ TUNE ] :
Select a station.
(Hold down over 0.5
sec. a release) : Seek
tuning
3
Preset button
(Hold down until one
blink) : Register the
station.
Station selection
■ Use of preset button
1
2
[BAND] :
Select a band.
Preset button :
Select a station.
■ FM MONO / LOCAL (FM/AM)
PTY
[PTY] : Toggle the local
mode on and off in an
FM broadcast.
● FM mono : reduces noise.
● Local : auto-seeks only high-intensity stations.
■ FM broadcast
(Hold down over 2 sec.)
MONO OFF / LOCAL OFF
■ AM (LW/MW)
broadcast
LOCAL OFF
MONO ON / LOCAL OFF
MONO ON / LOCAL ON
LOCAL ON
Caution
● Never preset stations while driving the car.
MONO OFF / LOCAL ON
7
Radio Data System (RDS)
● The RDS service and its availability vary with areas and stations.
Alternative frequency (AF)
● The same program is auto-tuned depending on
reception condition.
Periodical traffic information
● TP : RDS stations that provide traffic information periodically.
● TA : Radio announcement of traffic information.
■ [AF] : Change the AF mode.
AF 1
AF 2
OFF
■ [TA] : Toggles the TA mode
on and off. (TP auto-tuned)
AF tuning with
normal sensitivity
AF tuning with high
sensitivity
No alternative frequency
[TA ON] : Automatically
tune in to a TP when
a station other than a TA
TA OFF station is being received.
TA ON
(Default:
AF1)
(Default:
TA OFF)
TA
AF
TA on
STEREO
MONO
DISP
Program Service Name
STEREO
AF
RDS EON TP
3 sec.
Frequency
STEREO
RDS EON TP
Clock Time
■ [AF] : Toggle the
region mode on and
off.
[REG ON](Hold down
over 2 sec.) : Tune in to a
station that broadcasts the
totally same program.
● [REG OFF](Hold down
over 2 sec.) :Tune in to a
station that broadcasts a
different program in
some cases.
(Clock auto-adjusted)
Note
● A station name
is displayed
when it is an
RDS station.
TA on
TA
AF
■ [DISP] :
Change the display.
DISC
RDS EON TP
RDS EON TP
■ TA volume
■ TA or mute
● TA volume should
be adjusted while
you are listening to
a traffic announcement.
● [TA](Hold down over
2 sec.) : Activate the
"TA or mute" mode.
● [TA] : Cancel the "TA
or mute" mode.
[TA](Hold down over
2 sec. again) : Cancel
the "TA or mute" and
the "TA ON" mode.
Note
TA standby
TP auto search
● A TA broadcast
● Auto-tuned in to
causes automatic
another TP when
change-over to radio
reception is poor.
mode.
■ Preset memory (Refer to Radio Basics for presetting.)
Automatic preset
● [BAND](Hold down over 2
sec.) : Preset stations (6 at
a time)
Manual preset
@[ TUNE ] : Select a station.
APreset the station to one of the
preset buttons [1] to [6].
Note
Note
● AF 1 / AF 2 mode : Tune in ● AF 1 / AF 2 mode : Seek tuning
to only RDS stations.
selects only RDS stations.
■ Preset tune (Refer to Radio Basics for preset tuning.)
● AF 1 / AF 2 mode : Auto-AF-tuned to station with good reception
● Press the same preset button again to tune in to an AF station with good
reception if the reception of the current station is poor.
Note
● This function is called "PI seek".
8
English
Program type selection
● Programs can be according to type such as
news, rock-and-roll, juvenile programs, etc.
■ PTY preset
Preset by program type.
■ [PTY] : Toggle the PTY mode No. Program type
on and off. (PTY display)
1
PTY ON
PTY OFF
(Default:
PTY OFF)
News
2
Speech
3
Sport
PTY
PTY
STEREO
RDS
4 Pop. music
NEWS
AFFAIRS / INFO
EDUCATE / DRAMA
CULTURES / SCIENCE
VARIED / WEATHER
FINANCE / CHILDREN
SOCIAL A / RELIGION
PHONE IN / TRAVEL
LEISURE / DOCUMENT
SPORT
POP.M
PTY
DISP
■ PTY selection
Contents
Display
5
Classic
music
6
Other
Music
■ PTY preset search
CLASSICS
ROCK M / M.O.R.M
LIGHT M / OTHER M
JAZZ / COUNTRY
NATIONAL / OLDIES
FOLK M
@[ TUNE ] : Select
@Preset button : Select
a program type.
a preset program type.
Notes
SPEECH / MUSIC /
(Ex.)
■ Receiving EON data
NEWS
/ AFFAIRS /
APress the same preset
INFO
/ SPORT /
● TA and AF functions will be enhanced with RDS
button.
EDUCATE / DRAMA /
information.
● TA : Traffic information from other stations can
CULTURES / SCIENCE /
be received, too.
VARIED / POP M / ■Change of registered
● AF : The AF list of RDS stations is always
ROCK M / M.O.R.M /
buttons
updated.
LIGHT M / CLASSICS /
@[ TUNE ] or preset
Example
OTHER M / WEATHER /
button: Select a preset
● Even if you preset a station at a faraway
FINANCE / CHILDREN/
program type.
location, AF allows you to receive the
SOCIAL A / RELIGION /
(Ex.)
same program at home.
PHONE IN / TRAVEL /
● Or AF automatically tunes in to a station
APreset button (Hold
LEISURE / JAZZ
/
that is broadcasting the same program.
down until one blink) :
COUNTRY / NATIONAL /
(This function is useful when reception is
Reregister
the
conOLDIES / FOLK M /
poor.)
tents.
DOCUMENT
/
● AF allows you to seek TP stations in local
areas.
■ Emergency announcement
A[BAND] :
Seek a station.
Note
● [DISP] : Toggle the language between English
and Swedish.
● "ALARM" blinks and the announcement is
received automatically.
● Emergency announcements are received automatically except in the AM mode.
■ Clock adjustment
● RDS service automatically adjusts the integrated
clock.
9
CD Player and CD Changer
How to listen to CDs
■ CD Player
Available Discs
Non-available
CD loading
1
Insert a CD.
(Playback starts.)
Disc indicator :
DISC
Lights when CD is loaded.
Make sure that the disc indicator is off before
loading a disc. If the disc indicator is on,
eject the disc, then load a new disc.
CD-RW
8 cm
This unit does
not support CD
MP3 text display.
1TRACK2
SOURCE
Eject
Track Number
Playing Time
■ When a CD is already loaded
[SOURCE] :
Select CD Player.
DISC
(Playback starts.)
Radio
CD Player
Disc Indicator
DISP : displays the clock.
(Press again to cancel it.)
RANDOM :
R5
DISC
CD Changer
R5
REPEAT : REP
2
[1TRACK2] : Select a track.
● Next track :
● Start of current track :
● Previous track :
● Hold down :
DISC
REP
Press once
Press twice
Fast forward
Fast reverse
Release to play CD.
SCAN :
(Disc Scan)
DISC
* Changer only
(Track Scan)
DISC
■ Other functions
Track ● 10-sec. play of every track.
(once per track)
■ Error indication
Message
Scan Play
3
Repeat Play
Random play
10
Disc ● 10-sec. play of 1st track in
every CD in magazine.
Cause
● CD dirtied.
● CD upside
down.
Remedy
CD player
● Eject CD.
CD changer
● CD scratched. ● Next CD autoselected.
● Eject the CD and
consult your nearest
Panasonic Service
Center.
Track ● Current track repetition.
● Play in random order.
Track ● Random play of every track in
magazine/CD changer.
● No CD in
magazine.
(Changer)
● Insert CDs in magazine.
● Never try to repair by yourself.
Something wrong?
■ CD changer control
(For CQ-RDP162/RDP112N)
¡Use the CD changer exclusively to play back normal
music CDs. It cannot play back CD-ROMs, CD-RWs or
MP3s. (Some CD-Rs are supportedd, but not all.)
¡This unit dose not support CD text display.
(Ex. no sound, smoke and smell
a possibility of fire or shorting)
@Turn off the power immediately.
ADetach the power cord and bring the unit to
your dealer.
Symptom
■ General
Disc Number
2
3
Noise
● Keep a distance between this unit
and an activated cellular phone.
[
DISC ¨] : Select a CD.
● Previous CD :
● Next CD
: ¨
[1TRACK2] :
Select a track.
● Next track :
● Start of current track :
Press once
● Previous track :
Press twice
● Hold down :
Fast forward
Fast reverse
Release to play CD.
● Only CDs with the label at
right are usable.
● Do not touch the recorded
surface.
Labeled side up!
● Avoid leaving CDs in the following places.
● Direct sunlight
● Dirty or moist
● Seats or dashboard
● Wipe CDs with a
dry soft cloth in
the direction
specified at right.
No sound
● Disable the mute function.
● Verify the wiring.
● Wait until the dew disappears
before turning on the unit
Track Number
Cautions
● Normal CDs
only.
No power
(Playback starts.)
DISC
Check point
● Start the engine. (Or turn the ignition switch to the ACC position.)
● Verify the wiring. (Ex. battery cord,
ACC cord, grounding cord, etc.)
● Fuse blown (Contact the nearest
Panasonic Service Center.)
● Ask a professional for fuse
replacement.
● Be sure to use the same rated fuse.
[SOURCE] :
Select CD Changer.
1
English
Troubleshooting
■ RADIO
Frequent
noise
Preset data
deleted
● Tune in to another high-intensity station.
● Extend the antenna fully.
● Connect the battery cord correctly.
■ CD Player
No sound, or CD ● Load the CD correctly.
or CD-R is auto- ● Clean the CD.
matically ejected
Sound skip, poor ● Clean the CD.
sound quality
Sound skip
due to vibration
● The maximum permissible tilt is
30° from front to rear.
● Secure the unit.
CD not
ejectable
● Turn off the car engine (ACC off) and remove
the fuse from the battery lead (yellow) for 1
minute or more. Then reinstall the fuse.
■ Sound quality
Any one of
speakers (front, ● Adjust the balance and fader.
rear, right and
● Verify the wiring.
left) does not
generate sound.
Left and right ● Connect the speaker cord corsounds are
rectly.
reversed
11
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 542-8588, Japan
Matsushita Communication Deutschland GmbH
Lahnstraße 5 Industriegebiet Süd
24539 Neumünster, F.R. Germany
YEFM283940 SAH0502-0
Printed in Hungary
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