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OWNER’S MANUAL
Mini Hi-Fi System
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
KSM1506 (KSM1506, KSS1506F/S/W)
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Safety Information
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CAUTION
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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.
This 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.
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
product.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
WARNING: Do not install this equipment in a
confined space such as a book case or similar unit.
CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from over heating. The
openings shall be never be blocked by placing
the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product shall not be placed in a builtin installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instruction has been adhered to.
CAUTION: This product employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read
this owner’s manual carefully and retain it for future
reference. Shall the unit require maintenance,
contact an authorized service center.
Use of controls, adjustments or the performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try
to open the enclosure. Visible laser radiation when
open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon
a dedicated circuit;
That is, a single outlet circuit which powers only
that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page of this
owner’s manual to be certain. Do not overload wall
outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged
wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or
damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.
Any of these conditions could result in electric
shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your
appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage
or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the
appliance, and have the cord replaced with an
exact replacement part by an authorized service
center. Protect the power cord from physical or
mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked,
pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay
particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and
the point where the cord exits the appliance. To
disconnect power from the mains, pull out the
mains cord plug. When installing the product,
ensure that the plug is easily accessible.
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This device is equipped with a portable battery or
accumulator.
CAUTION: The apparatus shall not be exposed to
water (dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
You have to set the disc format option to [Mastered]
in order to make the discs compatible with the LG
players when formatting rewritable discs. When
setting the option to Live File System, you cannot
use it on LG players.
(Mastered/ Live File System : Disc format system for
Windows Vista)
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Safety way to remove the battery or the
battery from the equipment: Remove the
old battery or battery pack, follow the steps
in reverse order than the assembly. To prevent
contamination of the environment and bring on
possible threat to human and animal health, the
old battery or the battery put it in the appropriate
container at designated collection points. Do
not dispose of batteries or battery together with
other waste. It is recommended that you use
local, free reimbursement systems batteries and
accumulators. The battery shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Safety Information
Unique Features
Accesories
Playable file Requirement
– MP3/ WMA music file requirement
– Compatible USB Devices
– USB device requirement
Remote control
Front panel
Rear panel
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Connecting
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Connecting to speakers
– Attaching the speakers to the unit
– Attaching the woofer cables to the
unit
Optional Equipment Connection
– AUX IN Connection
– PORT. IN Connection
– AUDIO OUT connection
– USB Connection
– Antenna Connection
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Basic Operations
– CD/ USB Operations
– Selecting a folder and a MP3/ WMA
file
– Deleting a MP3/ WMA file
Other Operations
– Programmed Playback
– Turn off the sound temporarily
– AUTO DJ playback
– Listening to music with latin beat
– Displaying file information
(ID3 TAG )
– DEMO
– VOCAL FADER
– Using Microphone
Radio Operations
– Listening to the radio
– Presetting the Radio Stations
– Deleting all the saved stations
– Improving poor FM reception
Sound adjustment
– Setting the surround mode
– Setting the USER EQ
Setting the Clock
– Using your player as an alarm clock
– Sleep Timer Setting
– Dimmer
Advanced Operations
– Playing the iPod
– Compatible iPod
– Listening to music from your portable
player or external device
– Changing the lighting effect
– Changing the woofer lighting
– On/ off the woofer power
– Recording to USB
– To select recording bit rate and speed
– Dubbing USB to USB
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
– General
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Appendix
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Trademarks and Licenses
General specifications
Speaker specifications
Maintenance
– Notes on Discs
– Handling the Unit
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Unique Features
Accesories
Please check and identify the supplied accessories.
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Portable In
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Listens to music from your portable device. (MP3,
Notebook, etc)
USB Direct Recording
Records music to your USB device.
FM Antenna (1)
AM Antenna (1)
Remote Control (1)
Batteries (2)
Latin beat box
Listens to music with locally special beat box.
Beat lighting
Listens to music with special lighting effect.
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Playable file
Requirement
USB device requirement
•
Devices which require additional program
installation when you have connected it to a
computer, are not supported.
•
Do not extract the USB device while in
operation.
•
For a large capacity USB, it may take longer than
a few minute to be searched.
MP3/ WMA file compatibility with this unit is limited
as follows :
•
To prevent data loss, back up all data.
•
Sampling frequency : within 32 to 48 kHz (MP3),
within 32 to 48 kHz (WMA)
•
If you use a USB extension cable or USB hub, the
USB device is not recognized.
•
Bit rate : within 32 to 320 kbps (MP3),
40 to 192 kbps (WMA)
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Using NTFS file system is not supported. (Only
FAT(16/ 32) file system is supported.)
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Maximum files : Under 999
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File extensions : “.mp3”/ “.wma”
This unit is not supported when the total
number of files is 1 000 or more.
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CD-ROM file format : ISO9660/ JOLIET
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We recommend that you use Easy-CD Creator,
which creates an ISO 9660 file system.
External HDD, Card readers, Locked devices, or
hard type USB devices are not supported.
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USB port of the unit cannot be connected to
PC. The unit cannot be used as a storage device.
Compatible USB Devices
•
MP3 Player : Flash type MP3 player.
•
USB Flash Drive :
Devices that support USB2.0 or USB1.1.
•
The USB function of this unit does not support
all USB devices.
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MP3/ WMA music file
requirement
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Remote control
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• • • • • • b • • • • • •
1 (POWER): Switches the unit
ON or OFF.
DISC/USB SKIP: Chooses a
desired CD or USB.
WOOFER POWER: Switches the
woofer ON or OFF.
INFO.: See information about your
music. MP3 files often come with
tags. The tag gives the Title, Artist,
Album or Time information.
LIGHTING: Changes lighting
effects.
B (OPEN/CLOSE): Opens and
closes the disc tray.
VOLUME +/-: Adjusts speaker
volume.
FUNCTION: Selects the function
and input source.
@ MUTE: Mutes the sound.
PRESET/FOLDER W/S: Searches
for a folder of MP3/ WMA files.
When a CD/ USB containing MP3/
WMA files in several folders is
being played, press
PRESET/FOLDER W/S selects
to the folder you want to play.
Choose a ‘preset number’ for a
radio station.
REPEAT (MENU):
- Listens to your tracks repeatedly
or randomly.
- Move to the previous
menu(iPod).
TUNING -/+: Selects the radio
station.
C/V (Skip/Search):
- Skips Fast backward or Forward.
- Searches for a section within a
track.
d/M (Play/Pause): Starts or
pauses playback.
Z ENTER: Stops or choose a item.
SLEEP: Sets the system to turn off
automatically at a specified time.
(Dimmer : The display window will
be darkening by half.)
PROG./MEMO.:
- For storing radio stations if you
have saved radio stations using
PROG./MEMO. , you can scroll
through them and select one.
- Listens to your tracks in any
order.
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X REC: USB direct recording.
SOUND EFFECT: Chooses sound
impressions.
LATIN EQ: Chooses latin equalizer.
DELETE: Deletes MP3/ WMA files.
VOCAL FADER: You can enjoy the
function as karaoke, by reducing
singer vocal of music in the
various sources.
LATIN BEAT: Chooses latin beat
box.
TEMPO +/-: Changes beat box’s
tempo.
0 to 9 numerical buttons: Selects
numbered tracks, files, or preset
number.
Battery Installation
Remove the battery cover on the
rear of the Remote Control, and
insert two (size AAA) batteries
with 4 and 5 matched correctly.
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AUTO DJ: Selects the AUTO DJ
mode. (For more information refer
to the page 18)
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Front panel
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a iPod dock
b Display window
c 1/!(Power)
CLOCK
For setting the clock and checking the time.
SET
Confirms the setting.
d LIGHTING EFFECT
Changes lighting effects.
e I
Stops playback or cancel.
SOUND EFFECT
Chooses sound impressions.
BASS BLAST
Reinforces the treble, bass or surround effect.
Y
Prev./ Scan
f CD/USB
Selects the CD or USB function.
AUX/ iPod / PORT. IN
Selects the AUX, iPod or PORT. IN function.
TUNER
Selects the TUNER function.
USER EQ
Controls sound register.
g LATIN BEAT ON/OFF / AUTO/M. BPM
Chooses latin beat box.
h PORT. IN jack
i VOLUME
Adjusts speaker volume.
j FILE SEARCH
Moves to the another file/ track or you can
select the tuning range.
FOLDER
Moves to folder and file selection mode.
DELETE
Deletes MP3/ WMA files.
k T, ST. / MONO
Starts or pauses playback. Selects Mono/
Stereo.
OPEN/CLOSE
SUBWOOFER - LIGHTING / DEMO
Changes subwoofer’s lighting effect/ show
demo.
U
Next/ Scan
l DISC / USB SKIP
Chooses a desired CD or USB.
DISC 1/ DISC 2/ DISC 3
m Remote control sensor
n LATIN EQ
Chooses locally special equalizer.
LATIN BEAT(TEMPO)
Changes beat box and tempo.
AUTO DJ
Selects the AUTO DJ mode. (For more
informaion refer to the page 18)
o Disc tray
p MIC jack
MIC VOL.
q USB Ports
You can play or recoding sound files by
connecting the USB device.
REC TO USB 2
Recoding to USB.
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TIMER
With the TIMER function you can turn CD, USB
play and TUNER reception on or off at a desired
time.
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Rear panel
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a Cooling fan
d AUDIO OUT connectors
b Speaker terminal
e ANTENNA (FM, AM)
c WOOFER SYSTEM connectors
(Woofer Light Cable)
g Power cord
f AUX IN connectors
Connecting
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> Caution
Connecting to
speakers
Attaching the speakers to the
unit
Connect the black stripe of each wire to the
terminals marked - (minus) and the other end to
the terminals marked + (plus).
 The speakers contain magnet parts, so color
irregularity may occur on the TV screen or
PC monitor screen. Please use the speakers
far away from either TV screen or PC
monitor.
 Make sure to install the speaker with other
people in order to prevent it from falling
and causing injuries to the installer.
Attaching the woofer cables to
the unit
To connect the woofer cable (Woofer Light Cable)
to the unit, insert the cable to WOOFER SYSTEM
connectors on the unit.
Color
Speaker
Position
Grey
Rear
Rear right
Blue
Rear
Rear left
Orange
Sub woofer 1
Any of position
Orange
Sub woofer 2
Any of position
Red
Front
Front right
White
Front
Front left
> Caution
 Make sure arrows on the ends of cables
should be toward the to upper side.
 Make sure to connect the cables to
connectors tightly on the unit.
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Connecting
To connect the cable to the unit, press each plastic
finger pad to open the connection terminals on the
unit. Insert the wire and release the finger pad.
 Be careful to make sure children not to put
their hands or any objects into the *speaker
duct.
*Speaker duct: A hole for plentiful bass
sound on speaker cabinet (enclosure).
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Connecting
Optional Equipment
Connection
PORT. IN Connection
Connect an output (earphone or line out) of
portable device (MP3 or PMP etc) to the
PORT. IN connector.
AUX IN Connection
Connect an output of auxiliary device(Camcoder,
TV, Player, etc) to the AUX IN (L/R) connector.
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Connecting
If your device has only one output for audio(mono),
connect it to the left (white) audio jack on the unit.
TV
AUDIO OUT connection
You can connect another device.
Connect the left and right AUDIO OUT jacks of the
unit to the audio left and right jacks on another
device using the audio cables.
Connecting
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USB Connection
Antenna Connection
Connect the USB port of USB Memory (or MP3
player, etc.) to the USB port on the front of the unit.
Connect the supplied FM/ AM antenna for listening
to the radio.
Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM antenna
connector. (A)
Connect the FM wire antenna to the FM antenna
connector. (F)
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Connecting
, Note
 Removing the USB Device from the unit
1. Choose a different function/ mode or
press Z ENTER on the remote control
or I on the unit twice in a row.
2. Remove the USB device from the unit.
 You can only recharge your iPod through
USB port. To listen to music on iPod, refer to
the page 22.
, Note
 To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM Loop
antenna away from the unit and other
components.
 Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna.
After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep
it horizontal.
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Basic Operations
CD/ USB Operations
1. Insert the disc by pressing B OPEN/CLOSE or
connect the USB device to the USB port.
2. Select the CD or USB function by pressing
FUNCTION on the remote control or CD/USB
on the unit.
3. Select the disc by pressing DISC/USB SKIP,
DISC1, DISC 2, DISC 3 on the unit or
DISC/USB SKIP on the remote control.
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To
Operating
Do this
Press Z ENTER on the remote
Stop
control or I on the unit.
Press d/M on the remote control
Playback
or T on the unit.
Press d/M on the remote control
Pause
or T on the unit.
Press C/V on the remote
Searching
control or Y/ U on the unit
for a section
during playback and release it at
within a track
the point you want to listen to.
Selecting Press 0 to 9 numerical buttons
files or tracks on the remote control to go to the
directly
desired file or track directly.
During playback, press or rotate;
(1) to go to the next track/ file:
- On the remote control: V
- On the unit: FILE SEARCH or
U
Skipping to
the next/
previous (2) to go back to the previous track/
track/ file file or to return to the beginning of
current track/file:
- On the remote control: C
- On the unit: FILE SEARCH or
Y
Press REPEAT on the remote
Playing
control repeatedly. Refer to the
repeatedly or
note for details about the display
randomly
change.
, Note
The display changes in the following order,
USB
MP3/ WMA CD
Audio CD
REPEAT TRK
REPEAT TRK
REPEAT TRK
REPEAT DIR
REPEAT DIR
-
-
REPEAT CD
REPEAT CD
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT ALL
RANDOM
RANDOM
RANDOM
OFF
OFF
OFF
Operating
Selecting a folder and a MP3/
WMA file
Other Operations
On the unit
Programmed Playback
1. Press FOLDER and rotate FILE SEARCH until a
desired folder appears.
The program function enables you to store your
favorite files from any disc or USB device.
2. Press FILE SEARCH or T.
A program can contain 20 tracks.
3. If you want to move to the upper folder, press
FOLDER.
1. Insert a CD or USB and wait for it to be order.
4. Rotate FILE SEARCH until a desired file appears.
Press T to play it.
On the remote control
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2. Press PROG./MEMO. on the remote control in
stop status.
3. Press or rotate to select a track;
- On the remote control: C/V
- On the unit: FILE SEARCH or Y/U
4. Press PROG./MEMO. again to save and select a
next track.
2. Press d/M to play it. The first file of folder will
play.
5. Press d/M to play the programmed music files.
Deleting a MP3/ WMA file
1. Press DELETE repeatedly during selecting
the MP3/ WMA file. This function is supported
only in stop status. The display changes in the
following order. (USB only)
- DELETE? : deletes file
- DEL FOLDER : deletes folder
- FORMAT? : formats USB
2. To delete file/ folder or format, press d/M on
the remote control or press T on the unit.
3. If you want to exit the current mode, press
Z ENTER on the remote control or press I on
the unit.
> Caution
 Do not extract the USB device during
operation.(play, delete, etc.)
 Regular back up is recommended to
prevent data loss.
 The delete function may not be supported
according to the USB status. (lock, etc.)
6. To clear your selection, press Z ENTER twice.
, Note
The programs are also cleared when the disc
or USB device is removed, the unit is powered
off or the function is switched to others.
Turn off the sound temporarily
Press @ MUTE to mute your unit.
You can mute your unit, for example, to answer
the telephone, the mute icon “Q” is blinked in the
display window.
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Operating
1. Press PRESET/FOLDER W/S repeatedly until a
desired folder appears.
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Operating
AUTO DJ playback
Auto DJ blends the end of one song into the
beginning of another for seamless playback. It
equalizes volume across tracks for uninterrupted
playback.
Press AUTO DJ on the remote control or unit
repeatedly, the display changes as followings.
RANDOM (AUTO DJ RANDOM) -> REPEAT DISC/ ALL
(AUTO DJ SEQUENTIAL) -> (AUTO DJ OFF)
Display
Window
(AUTO DJ OFF)
Mode
OFF
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Description
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Operating
RANDOM
RANDOM
(AUTO DJ
RANDOM)
The music is
played randomly
on this mode.
REPEAT
REPEAT DISC/
ALL
(AUTO DJ
SEQUENTIAL)
The music is
played repeatedly
on this mode.
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Note
Listening to music with latin
beat
You can listen to music with latin beat on beat box
mode by pressing
LATIN BEAT ON/OFF / AUTO/M. BPM.(iPod/ AUX/
PORTABLE/ CD/ USB)
Pressing LATIN BEAT(TEMPO), then and beat
sound will locally optimized.(FORRO/ FUNK/
SERTANEJO/ REGUETON/ MERENGUE/ SALSA/
SAMBA/ CUMBIA/ HIPHOP/ ELECTRONIC)
On Display
Description
BEAT BOX
AUTO BPM
You can enjoy the sound with
auto beat box sound.
BEAT BOX
MANUAL
BPM
You can change beat sound
tempo by rotating
LATIN BEAT(TEMPO).
BEAT BOX
OFF
You can enjoy original sound.
Displaying file information
(ID3 TAG )
 Searching for a section within a track or
playing repeatedly or randomly is not
supported on the AUTO DJ mode.
While playing an MP3 file containing file
information, you can display the information by
pressing INFO.
 During AUTO DJ mode, press
PRESET/FOLDER W/S on the remote
control or FOLDER on the unit is not
available.
DEMO
 If you move to other functions or stop the
music using I on the unit (or Z ENTER on
the remote control) on AUTO DJ mode,
AUTO DJ function will be disable.
In the power off state, it demonstrates the function
on display window by pressing
SUBWOOFER - LIGHTING/ DEMO. To cancel the
DEMO, press it again.
, Note
 AUTO DJ function is not supported in the
music file whose length is less than 60
seconds.
 While DEMO, this unit will keep DEMO
status even if you unplug the power cord
connection.
 During recording, AUTO DJ function is not
available.
 You can enjoy other functions during
the DEMO. Then the DEMO will pause to
temporary.
- Without input key in 10 sec, the DEMO
will play back automatically.
 If you change a disc while the AUTO DJ
function is activated, the function is
deactivated.
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VOCAL FADER
Radio Operations
You can enjoy the function as karaoke by reducing
singer vocal of music in the various sources. (MP3/
WMA/ CD/ etc.) Press the VOCAL FADER.
Be sure that both FM and AM aerials are connected.
(Refer to the page 15)
To cancel it, press VOCAL FADER again.
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The quality of the VOCAL FADER may be
different depending on the recording
conditions of music files.
Using Microphone
1. Connect your microphone to the MIC jack.
2. Play the music you want.
, Note
 When not using the microphone, set the
MIC VOL to minimum or turn off the MIC
and remove the microphone from the
MIC jack.
 If the microphone is set too near the
speaker, a howling sound may be produced.
In this case, move the microphone away
from the speaker or decrease the sound
level by using the MIC VOL.
 If sound through the microphone is
extremely loud, it may be distorted. In this
case, rotate MIC VOL to minimum.
1. Press FUNCTION until FM or AM appears in the
display window.
The last received station is tuned in.
2. Press and hold TUNING -/+ for about two
seconds until the frequency indication starts to
change, then release. Scanning stops when the
unit tunes in a station.
Or
Press TUNING -/+ repeatedly.
3. Adjust the volume by rotating VOLUME on the
unit or by pressing VOLUME +/- on the remote
control repeatedly.
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Operating
3. Sing along with the accompaniment. Adjust the
microphone volume by rotating
MIC VOL clockwise or unclockwise on the unit.
Listening to the radio
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Presetting the Radio Stations
Sound adjustment
You can preset 50 stations for FM and AM.
Before tuning, make sure to turn down the volume.
1. Press FUNCTION until FM or AM appears in the
display window.
2. Press to select a desired frequency;
- On the remote control: TUNING -/+
- On the unit: Y/U
3. Press PROG./MEMO. a preset number will flash
in the display window.
4. Press PRESET/FOLDER W/S to select the
preset number you want.
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5. Press PROG./MEMO. The station is stored.
Setting the surround mode
This system has a number of pre-set surround
sound fields. You can select a desired sound mode
by using SOUND EFFECT.
The displayed items for the Equalizer may be
different depending on sound sources and effects.
Operating
On Display
Description
NATURAL
You can enjoy comfortable and
natural sound.
Local
Specialization
equalizer
Regionally optimized sound
effect. (FORRO/ FUNK/
SERTANEJO/ DANGDUT/
ARABIC/ PERSIAN/ INDIA/
REGUETON/ MERENGUE/ SALSA/
SAMBA/ CUMBIA/ AFRO)
AUTO EQ
Realizes the sound equalizer that
is the most similar to the genre
of which is included in the MP3
ID3 tag of song files.
POP
CLASSIC
JAZZ
ROCK
This program lends an
enthusiastic atmosphere to the
sound, giving you the feeling
you are at an actual rock pop,
jazz or classic concert.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to store other stations.
7. To listen a preset station, press
PRESET/FOLDER W/S or 0 to 9 numerical
buttons.
Deleting all the saved stations
1. Press and hold PROG./MEMO. for two seconds.
“ERASE ALL” will flash up on the unit display.
2. Press PROG./MEMO. to erase all saved radio
stations.
Improving poor FM reception
Press T ST. / MONO on the unit or d/M on the
remote control. This will change the tuner from
stereo to mono and usually improve the reception.
MP3 - OPT
This function is optimized
for compressible MP3 file. It
improves the treble sound.
BASS BLAST
Reinforces the treble, bass and
surround sound effect.
LOUDNESS
Improves the bass and treble
sound.
VIRTUAL
You can enjoy more virtual
surround sound.
BYPASS
You can enjoy the sound
without equalizer effect.
Operating
, Note
 On some speakers, sound may not be heard
or heard in low sound depending on the
sound mode.
 Maybe you need reset the surround mode,
after switching the input, sometimes even
after the sound track changed.
 By pressing BASS BLAST on the unit you
can directly select the BYPASS or
BASS BLAST sound.
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Setting the Clock
1. Turn the unit on.
2. Press CLOCK for at least 2 seconds.
3. Choose time mode by pressing Y/U.
- AM 12:00 (for an AM and PM display) or 0:00
(for a 24 hour display)
4. Press SET to confirm your selection.
5. Select the hours by pressing Y/U.
6. Press SET.
7. Select the minutes by pressing Y/U.
You can listen to music with the desired sound
effect by adjusting the BASS, MIDDLE and TREBLE.
8. Press SET.
1. Press USER EQ.
“USER EQ” is displayed.
Using your player as an alarm
clock
2. Press SET to enter the USER EQ.
3. Select the BASS, MIDDLE or TREBLE sound effect
you want by rotating FILE SEARCH.
1. Turn the unit on.
2. Press TIMER. Each functions flashes.
4. Press Y/U to select the sound level you
want.
3. Press SET when the function you want to be
woken by is showing.
5. To finish the setting, press SET.
4. “ON TIME” will be displayed. This is your desired
time to unit turns on. Press Y/U to change
the hours and minutes and press SET to save.
5. The “OFF TIME” will be displayed. This is your
desired time to unit turns off.
6. Press Y/U to change the hours and
minutes and press SET to save.
7. Press Y/U to change the volume and
press SET to save. The clock icon “(“ shows
that the alarm is set.
8. Press TIMER button 2 times. You can check the
setting status.
, Note
 If you set the clock time, you can check the
time by pressing CLOCK even when the
player is turned off.
 If you set the clock time and alarm, you
can check the alarm icon “(“ by pressing
CLOCK even when the player is turned off.
 If you set the clock time and alarm, you
can check the alarm icon “(“ and setting
informaiton by pressing TIMER even when
the unit is turned off.
3
Operating
Setting the USER EQ
22 Operating
Sleep Timer Setting
Press SLEEP repeatedly to select delay time
between 10 and 180 minutes. After the delay time,
unit will turn off.
To cancel the sleep function, press SLEEP
repeatedly until “SLEEP 10” appears, and then press
SLEEP once again while “SLEEP 10” is displayed.
, Note
Advanced Operations
Playing the iPod
You can enjoy the sound with your iPod. For details
about iPod, refer to the iPod User Guide.
1. Connect the iPod firmly.
 You can check the remaining time before
the unit turns off.
 Press SLEEP. The remaining time appears in
the display window.
3
Operating
Dimmer
Press SLEEP once. The display window will be
darkening by half. To cancel it, press SLEEP
repeatedly until dim off.
If you turn this unit on, your iPod is
automatically turned on and recharging starts.
2. Press AUX/iPod/PORT. IN on the unit or
FUNCTION on the remote control to select iPod
function. You can operate your iPod through
an iPod’s display by using the supplied remote
control and also control on your iPod.
Operating 23
To
, Note
Do this
ON REMOTE
Pauses or
restart
T
d/M
Skip
Y/U
C/V
Search
Press and hold
Y/U
Press and hold
C/V
Move to the
previous
menu
-
REPEAT
MENU
-
PRESET/
FOLDER
W/S
I
Z ENTER
Move to the
desired item
Chooses a
item
Compatible iPod
 We recommend installing the latest software
version.
 The unit supports the models as follows/ iPod
nano 1 G, 2 G, 3 G, 4 G, 5 G, 6 G/
iPod classic/ iPod 4 G, 5 G/
iPod touch 2 G, 3 G, 4 G/ iPhone 3 G, 4. For some
models, the unit may not operate depending on
the firmware version.
 Depending on your iPod’s software version, you
may not control your iPod from the player.
- Your iPod is not connected firmly.
- This unit recognizes your iPod as an
unknown device.
- Your iPod is exceptionally low in power.
/ The battery needs to be charged.
/ If you charge the battery while iPod
is extremely low in power, it may take
longer to be charged.
 iPod does not support recording function
when connected.
 Depending on your iPod’s software version,
it may not be possible to control your iPod
from this unit. We recommed installing the
latest software version.
 If you use an application, make a call, or
send and receive SMS text message, etc. on
iPod touch or iPhone, disconnect it from
iPod dock of this unit and then use it.
 If you have a problem with your iPod, please
visit www.apple.com/support/ipod.
3
Operating
ON UNIT
 If this unit displays an error message, follow
the message. An error message “ERROR”.
24 Operating
Listening to music from your
portable player or external
device
Recording to USB
The unit can be used to play the music from many
types of portable player or external device. (Refer to
the page 14)
2. Select a function in which you want to record
by using CD/USB, TUNER on the unit or
FUNCTION on the remote control.
1. Connect the portable player to the
PORT. IN (PORTABLE IN) connector of the unit.
Or
Connect the external device to the AUX IN
connector of the unit.
2. Turn the power on by pressing 1/!.
3
Operating
3. Select the PORTABLE or AUX function by
pressing FUNCTION on the remote control or
AUX/ iPod/ PORT. IN on the unit.
You can record a various sound source to USB.
1. Connect the USB device to the unit.
One track recording - You can record to USB
after playing a file you want.
All tracks recording - You can recording to USB
after stop.
Program list recording - After showing the
programmed list, you can record it to USB.
4. Turn the portable player or external device and
start it playing.
3. Press REC TO USB 2 on the unit or X REC on
the remote control.
- If you connect both of USB1 and USB2, press
>ıı to record to USB1 and press I to record to
USB2.
Changing the lighting effect
4. To stop recording, press I on the unit or
Z ENTER on the remote control.
You can change the unit’s lighting effects by
pressing LIGHTING on the remote control or
LIGHTING EFFECT on the unit in 5 types. (Forward
Level Mode/ Peak Level Mode/ Center Level Mode/
Reverse Level Mode/ Shower Level Mode)
Changing the woofer lighting
You can change the woofer’s lighting effects in
5 types by pressing SUBWOOFER - LIGHTING/
DEMO. (Default On LED/ Level Meter LED/ Sound
Detect LED/ Level Reverse LED/ Always On LED)
On/ off the woofer power
You can power on or off the woofer by pressing
WOOFER POWER on the remote control.
To select recording bit rate
and speed
1. Press REC TO USB 2 on the unit or X REC on
the remote control for longer than 3 seconds.
2. Press to select a bit rate;
- On the remote control: C/V
- On the unit: Y/U
3. Press REC TO USB 2 on the unit or X REC on
the remote control again to select the recording
speed.
4. Press to select a desired recording speed; (Only
AUDIO CD)
- On the remote control: C/V
- On the unit: Y/U
X1 SPEED
- You can listen to music while recording it.
X2 SPEED
- You can just record the music file.
5. Press REC TO USB 2 on the unit or X REC on
the remote control to finish the setting.
Operating 25
Dubbing USB to USB
You can do dubbing a various sound source in
USB1 to USB2.
1. Connect a USB device including desired sound
files to USB1.
2. Connect an USB device to USB2.
3. Press REC TO USB 2 on the unit or X REC on
the remote control.
4. To stop recording, press I on the unit or
Z ENTER on the remote control.
, Note
 You can check the recording percentage
rate for the USB record on the display
window during the recording. (MP3/ WMA
CD Only)
 During recording MP3/ WMA, there is no
sound.
 When you stop recording during playback,
the file that has been recorded at that time
will be stored. (AUDIO CD Only)
During recording, press REC. TO USB2 on the
unit or X REC on the remote control to pause
recording. Press it again to restart recording. (Only
Radio/ AUX/ Portable)
 If USB recording does not work, the
message like “NO USB”, “ERROR”, “USB FULL”
or “NO REC” is displayed on the display
window.
 Multi card reader device or External HDD
can not be used for USB recording.
 A file is recorded by about 512 Mbyte when
you record for a long term.
 When you stop recording during playback,
the file will not be stored.
 You may not store more than 999 files.
 It’ll be stored as follows.
AUDIO CD
MP3/ WMA
The other
source*
* : TUNER, AUX, Portable and the like.
The making of unauthorized copies of copyprotected material, including computer
programs, files, broadcasts and sound
recordings, may be an infringement of
copyrights and constitute a criminal offense.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
Be responsible
Respect copyrights
3
Operating
Pausing recording
 Do not remove the USB device or turn
off the unit during USB recording. If not,
an incomplete file may be made and not
deleted on PC.
26 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
General
Problem
4
Cause & Solution
 The power cord is not plugged in. Plug in the power cord.
 Check whether electricity failed. Check the condition by operating
other electronic devices.
No sound.
 Check whether you select right function. Press FUNCTION and check
the selected function.
 If not, connect speaker cables correctly. Speaker cables connected
correctly.
The unit does not start
playback.
 An unplayable disc is inserted. Check the playable disc.
 No disc is inserted. Insert a disc.
 The disc is dirty. Clean the disc.
(Refer to the 30 page)
 The disc is inserted upside down. Place the disc with the label or
printed side facing upwards.
Radio stations cannot be
tuned in properly.
 The antenna is positioned or connected poorly. Connect the antenna
securely.
 The signal strength of the radio station is too weak. Tune to the station
manually.
 No stations have been preset or preset stations have been cleared
(when tuning by scanning preset channels). Preset some radio stations,
see page 20 for details.
The remote control does
not work properly.
 The remote control is too far from the unit. Operate the remote control
within about 23 ft (7 m).
 There is an obstacle in the path of the remote control and the unit.
Remove the obstacle.
 The batteries in the remote control are exhausted. Replace the batteries
with new ones.
iPod does not work.
 Check whether the player is connected to the unit correctly. Connect it
to the unit correctly.
Sub woofer does not work.
 Check whether the woofer is connected to the unit correctly. Connect
cables to the unit correctly. (Refer to the 13 page)
 Press WOOFER POWER and check the woofer status.
Troubleshooting
No Power.
Appendix 27
Trademarks and
Licenses
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. “Made
for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that
an electronic accessory has been designed
to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone
respectively, and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of
this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards.
Please note that the use of this accessory with
iPod, iPhone may affect wireless performance.
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Appendix
28 Appendix
General specifications
General
Power requirements
Refer to main label
Power consumption
Refer to main label
Dimensions (W x H x D)
285 x 400 x 350 mm without foot
Net Weight (Approx.)
7.2 kg
Operating temperature
5 °C to 35 °C (41 °F to 95 °F)
Operating humidity
Bus Power Supply
5 % to 90 %
USB DC 5 V 0 500 mA
iPod DC 5 V 0 1 A
Inputs/ Outputs
ANALOG AUDIO IN
2.0 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB), 600 Ω, RCA jack (L, R) x 1
PORT. IN
0.5 Vrms (3.5 mm stereo jack)
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
800 mVrms (1 kHz, 0 dB), 600 Ω, RCA jack (L, R) x 1
Tuner
FM Tuning Range
87.5 to 108.0 MHz or 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
5
AM Tuning Range
522 to 1 620 kHz, 520 to 1 710 kHz or 522 to 1 710 kHz
Appendix
Amplifier
Stereo mode
Surround mode
310 W + 310 W (4 Ω at 1 KHz)
Front
310 W + 310 W (4 Ω at 1 KHz, THD 10 %)
Rear
170 W + 170 W (8 Ω at 1 KHz, THD 10 %)
Subwoofer1
310 W (4 Ω at 60 Hz, THD 10 %)
Subwoofer2
310 W (4 Ω at 60 Hz, THD 10 %)
CD
Frequency Response
40 to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio
75 dB
Dynamic range
80 dB
Appendix 29
Speaker specifications
Front speaker
Type
2 Way 2 speaker
Impedance
4Ω
Rated Input Power
310 W
Max. Input power
620 W
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
263 x 458 x 380 mm
Net Weight
7.5 kg
Rear speaker
Type
2 Way 2 speaker
Impedance
8Ω
Rated Input Power
170 W
Max. Input power
340 W
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
234 x 458 x 340 mm
Net Weight
5.3 kg
Passive subwoofer 1/ 2
Type
1 Way 1 speaker
5
Impedance
4Ω
Rated Input Power
310 W
Max. Input power
620 W
Appendix
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
412 x 514 x 508 mm
Net Weight
14 kg
 Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
30 Appendix
Maintenance
Handling the Unit
When shipping the unit
Notes on Discs
Handling Discs
Please save the original shipping carton and
packing materials. If you need to ship the unit, for
maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
Never stick paper or tape on the disc.
Storing Discs
After playing, store the disc in its case. Do not
expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat
and never leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
sunlight.
Do not use volatile liquids such as insecticide spray
near the unit. Wiping with strong pressure may
damage the surface. Do not leave rubber or plastic
products in contact with the unit for a long period
of time.
Cleaning Discs
Cleaning the unit
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor
picture quality and sound distortion. Before playing,
clean the disc with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc from
the center to out.
To clean the player, use a soft, dry cloth. If the
surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not
use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or
thinner, as these might damage the surface of the
unit.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners,
or anti-static spray intended for older vinyl records.
5
Keeping the exterior surfaces clean
Maintaining the Unit
Appendix
The unit is a high-tech, precision device. If the
optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty
or worn, the picture quality could be diminished.
For details, please contact your nearest authorized
service center.
Appendix
31
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Appendix