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CD CASSETTE
CD-R/RW PLAYBACK
RCD-S50
Instruction Manual
Before operating the unit,
please read this manual throughly and
retain it for future reference.
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
Safety Warnings
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION- INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTER LOCKS DEFEATED, AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage
which can cause electric shock is present inside
this unit.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE REAR COVER, NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol alerts you to important operating and
maintenance instructions accompanying unit.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This Compact Disc player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.
Wiring the Mains Power Supply Plug(UK Only)
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse.
The value of the fuse is indicated on the pin face of the plug and if it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BS1362 of the
same rating must be used.
Never use the plug with the fuse cover omitted. If the cover is detachable and a replacement is required, it must be of the
same colour as the fuse fitted in the plug. Replacement covers are available from your dealer. If the fitted plug is not suitable for the power points in your house or the cable is not long enough to reach a power point, you should obtain a suitable safety approved extension lead or consult your
dealer for assistance.
However, if there is no alternative to cutting off the plug, remove the fuse and then safely dispose of the plug. Do not connect the
plug to a mains socket as there is a risk of shock hazard from the bared flexible cord.
Never attampt to insert bare wires directly into a mains socket. A plug and fuse must be used at all times.
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:–
BLUE = NEUTRAL
BROWN = LIVE
As these colours may not correspond to the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed
as follows:–
The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured BLUE or
BLACK. The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured
BROWN or RED.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE
LETTER E OR BY THE EARTH SYMBOL
, OR COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN AND
YELLOW.
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Contents
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◆ Safety Warnings..........................................................................................................1
■ Front Panel View ............................................................................................................3
■ Power Sources ...............................................................................................................4
■ Setting the Clock ............................................................................................................5
◆ Tuner
Listening to the Radio ...................................................................................................6
■ Searching for and Storing the Radio Stations .............................................................7
■ Selecting a Stored Station.............................................................................................8
■ Improving Radio Reception...........................................................................................9
■
◆ CD-Player
Listening to the Compact Disc ....................................................................................10
■ Selecting a Track ..........................................................................................................11
■ CD Repeat A↔B Function..........................................................................................12
■ Programming the order of Playback ...........................................................................13
■
◆ Tape Deck
Listening to the Cassette.............................................................................................15
■ Recording from Radio .................................................................................................16
■ Recording from CD......................................................................................................17
■ Built - in Microphone Recording ..............................................................................18
■
◆ Other Functions
Sleep Timer ..................................................................................................................19
■ Timer Function .............................................................................................................20
■ Equalizer Mode ............................................................................................................22
■ Listening to Headphones (
Phones)....................................................................22
■ Super Bass Sound.....................................................................................................23
■
◆ Recommendations for Use
Precautions when using Compact Discs ...................................................................24
■ Maintaining the Sound Quality....................................................................................24
■ Before Contacting the After-Sales Service ................................................................25
■ Specifications ...............................................................................................................26
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Front Panel View
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1. Pause
2. Stop/Eject
3. F.Fwd
4. Rewind
5. Play
6. Record
7. CD Play/Pause
8. Repeat A↔B (refer to p.15)
9. TUNER
10. Standby/On
11. Program
12. Memory
13. Phones (refer to p.25)
14. Timer/Clock (refer to p.6,23)
15. EQ Preset (refer to p.25)
16. CD Stop (■)
17. Skip or Search (refer to p.12)
18. Volume
19. S.Bass (refer to p.26)
20. CD Push Open
21. TAPE
22. MIC (refer to p.21)
23. Mono/Stereo (refer to p.10)
24. Sleep (refer to p.22)
25. Clock Display
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Power Sources
House Current
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0 1
BEAT-CUT
■1
■
to AC IN 2 to wall outlet
AC power cord (supplied)
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
■ Voltage selector(option)
220-240V
Adjusting the voltage(only for the models equipped with
110-127V
the VOLTAGE SELECTOR at the back)
Be sure to set the VOLTAGE SELECTOR (inside the battery
compartment) to your local power supply.
Batteries
CLOCK BATTERY 4.5V; AA,Size X 3
12V; D, DM, UM-1, R20, HP2....., size X 8
For critical recordings or disc playing
Operating the unit using the AC power is recommended.
Note:
The unit will not operate from the internal batteries while the AC power cord
is connected to the unit.
Be sure to install batteries (“AA” x 3) to prevent the program preset in the
memory and or the active countdown of the Timer from being cleared
accidently in case of power failure of disconnection of the power cord.
Back-Light Feature
On turing the power on, the light on the function display comes on. This feature helps
you to check the operation of the unit even in the dark. (However, while the power is
supplied by the batteries, the light on the display does not turn on.)
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Setting the Clock
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For each step, you have a few seconds to set the required options.
If you exceed this time, you must start again.
1
Press Timer/Clock twice.
Result: CLOCK is displayed.
2
Press Memory button.
Result: The hour flashes.
3
To...
Increase the hours
Decrease the hours
4
When the correct hour is displayed, press Memory button.
Result: The minutes flash.
5
To...
Increase the minutes
Decrease the minutes
6
When the correct time is displayed,
press Memory button.
Press...
ïI
Iî
Press...
ïI
Iî
You can display the time, even when you are using another function, by pressing
Clock/Display once.
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Listening to the Radio
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1
Press the TUNER button.
2
Select the required frequency band by pressing
TUNER button again on the front panel.
3
Press the Tuning(Down and Up) button.
4
Press the Volume buttons.
To improve broadcast reception.
Reorient the antenna for FM. Reorient the player itself for AM or LW (option).
For FM
For AM or LW (option)
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Searching for and Storing the Radio Stations
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1 2
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You can store up to:
◆ 15 FM stations
◆ 8 MW stations(option)
◆ 7 LW stations(option)
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15 AM stations(option)
1
Select the TUNER function by pressing TUNER.
2
Select the required frequency band by pressing
TUNER again on the front panel.
3
4
Press the Stop to Select “MANUAL” or “AUTO”.
5
Press Memory button.
Result: “PROG” and program No. is displayed.
6
Select the desired station by pressing the station number stored,
using the Iî and ïI button.
Result: The desired station is now stored.
7
Press Memory button to store the radio station.
Result: The Program indicator is replaced by
the number assigned to the station.
To store any other radio frequenies required, repeat Steps 2 to 7.
To search for a frequency...
Then press...
Manually
DOWN Iî to decrease the frequency
UP ïI to increase the frequency
Result: The frequency changes each time you press the button.
Automatically Iî or ïI and hold it down for at least two seconds.
Result: The frequency increases or decreases until the next
station is found.
NOTE: The automatic search may stop on a frequency that does not
correspond to a radio station. If this happens, use the manual search.
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Selecting a Stored Station
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You can listen to a stored radio station as follows:
1
Select the required frequency band by pressing
TUNER on the front panel.
2
Press stop until “PRESET” is displayed.
3
Select the desired station by pressing the station
number stored, using the Iî and ïI button.
Result: The desired station is now received.
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Improving Radio Reception
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Mono/Stereo
You can improve the quality of radio reception by:
◆ Rotating the FM or AM(MW) aerial
◆ Testing the positions of the FM and AM(MW) aerials before fixing
them permanently.
If reception from a specific FM radio station is poor, press FM
Mode to switch from stereo mode to mono. The quality of the
sound will be improved.
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Listening to the Compact Disc
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1
Select the CD function by Pressing CD(√») .
2
Close the door completely.
The number of the last tracks in the
disc will appear in the LCD.
3
With the label
facing UP.
Press the CD (√») button.
TO STOP PLAY
To pause
Press Play/Pause (√»).
To release the pause mode.
Press Play/Pause again (√»).
To stop play
Press Stop (■).
After use
Press Stop (■)
To remove the disc
Press Stop (■) and press CD Push Open.
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press Standby/on(
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Selecting a track
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To locate the
beginning of
a desired track.
TRACK3
TRACK4
TRACK5
TRACK3
TRACK4
TRACK5
Press and release.
- SKIP
Press and release.
TRACK3
To search for a
particular point
within a track.
TRACK4
TRACK5
Press and hold.
- SEARCH
TRACK3
Press and hold
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TRACK4
TRACK5
CD Repeat A↔B Function
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CD Repeat A↔B button
When you select CD Repeat A↔B playback, the music
passages to which you were listening is repeated 3 times.
1
Press CD button.
Result: The CD player starts playing.
2
Press A↔B Repeat button.
Result: The flashes appear: A↔B
◆ A Time is memorized.
3
Press A↔B Repeat button.
Result: ◆ B Time is memorized.
◆ Your selected passages are
repeated 3 times.
4
When you have finished the Repeat playback.
Press A↔B Repeat button.
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Programming the order of Playback
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You can decide for yourself:
◆ The order in which you listen to the tracks.
◆ The tracks to which you do not wish to listen
You can programme up to 24 tracks.
◆ You must stop the compact disc player before selecting the tracks.
◆ This feature can be combined with the Repeat function.
1
Select the CD Function by pressing CD (√»).
2
If necessary, stop the player by pressing Stop (■).
3
Press Program button.
Result: The following indications are displayed:
PROGRAM
(01 = Programme No, – – = Track No. on the disc)
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4
Select the required track by pressing:
◆ ïI to move forwards through the tracks
◆ Iî to move backwards through the tracks
5
Press Program button.
Result: The selection is stored and
PROGRAM
is displayed.
6
To select other tracks, repeat Steps 4 and 5.
You can programme up to 24 tracks.
7
When you have finished selecting the tracks, press
CD (√II) to start listening to the selection, in the order
in which the tracks were programmed.
8
Press Stop ( ) twice to cancel the selection when the
disc is playing.
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Listening to the Cassette
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1
Select the TAPE Function by pressing TAPE.
2
Insert a casstte to DECK.
3
Press the Play(√) button.
4
Press the Volume button.
To stop playback.
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To pause
Press II.
To release pause
Press II again.
To forward the tape
Press ï
To rewind the tape
Press î
Recording from Radio
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1
Insert a cassette to DECK.
2
Press the TUNER button.
3
Select the required frequency band by pressing
TUNER again on the front panel.
4
Press the Up/Down button.
5
Press the Record (●) button.
NOTE
When an AM(MW) is being recorded,
the (BEAT CUT) switch (at BACK) can be
used to reduce noises.
Set the switch to the best position in which
such noises can be reduced.
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To stop recording, press
Stop/Eject(é/û).
To prevent accidental erasure.
Break off the tab corresponding
to the side which has been
recorded on.
Recording on that
side will be protected.
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Recorded side
Tab
To re-use
Recording from CD
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1
Insert a cassette to DECK.
2
Close the door completely.
The number of the last tracks in
the disc will appear in the LCD.
3
Press the CD(√II) button.
4
Press the Record (●) button.
With the label facing UP.
Recording level
Recording level is automatically set.
Volume and S.Bass adjustments will not affect recording level.
To stop recording
Press ■ button of the CD player and é /û button of the cassette deck.
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Built - in Microphone Recording
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Condenser Micophone
1
Insert a cassette to Deck.
2
Set the Function selector to the
TAPE mode.
3
Press the Record (●) button.
Recorded side
To prevent accidental erasure.
Break off the tab corresponding to the
side which has been recorded on.
Recording on that side will be protected.
Tab
To re-use
NOTE
Since this unit is built in the microphone with high sensitivity.
(This recording can be available 3 to 5 meters apart from the unit)
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Sleep Timer
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Sleep Button
You can set the system to switch off automatically.
Example : You wish to go to sleep to music.
● Sleep Timer
Press Sleep one or more times to indicate how long the
system should continue playing before it switches off:
90 MIN
OFF
60 MIN
15 MIN
45 MIN
30 MIN
◆ At
any time, you can check the remaining time by
pressing Sleep.
◆ To cancel Sleep function, press Sleep one or more
times until OFF is displayed.
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Timer Function
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The timer enables you to switch the system on or off at specific times.
Example:You wish to wake up to music every morning.
1
Press Timer/Clock until ‘TIMER’ is displayed.
2
Press Memory button.
Result: ON TIME is displayed for a few seconds,
followed by any switch-on time already
set; you can set the timer switch-on time.
3
Set the timer switch-on time.
a Set the hour by pressing Iî or ïI button.
b Press Memory button.
Result: The minutes flash.
c Set the minutes by pressing Iî or ïI button.
d Press Memory button.
Result: OFF TIME is displayed for a few seconds,
followed by any switch-off time already set;
you can now set the timer switch-off time.
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Set the timer switch-off time.
a Set the hour by pressing Iî or ïI button.
b Press Memory button.
Result: The minutes flash.
c Set the minutes by pressing Iî or ïI button.
d Press Memory button.
Result: VOL 13 is displayed, where 13 corresponds
to the volume already set.
5
Press Iî or ïI button to adjust the volume level
and press Memory button.
6
Press Iî or ïI utton to select the source to be played when the system switches on.
If you select...
You must also...
CD (compact disc)
Load a compact discs.
TUNER (radio)
Select a preset station by pressing
Tuning Iî or ïI .
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Press Memory button to confirm the timer.
8
Press Standby/On to set the system to standby mode.
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Equalizer Mode
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EQ Button
Your CD player is equipped with a preset equalizer that enables you to choose the
most appropriate balance between treble and bass
frequencies, according to the type of music to which you are listening.
◆ Press
EQ until the required option is selected.
◆ Press EQ on the remote control.
Press the button repeatedly to select
CLASSIC ➝ROCK➝POP➝PASS.
Listening to Headphones (
■
■
Phones)
You can listen to music through headphones connected to a terminal on the
front panel of the product.
Headphones are an extra, so if you want to buy one, please inquire at a Samsung
agency.
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Super Bass Sound
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S.Bass
This function makes the sound more powerful and real.
1
Press the S.Bass button on the front panel.
Result: SBS is displayed .
2
To cancel this function, press S.Bass again.
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Precautions when using Compact Discs
◆ Handle
your compact discs with care.
◆ Always hold them by the edges to avoid leaving
fingerprints on the shiny surface.
◆ When you have finished playing a compact disc,
always put it back in its case.
◆ Do not fix paper or adhesive tape to the discs and
do not write on the label.
◆ Clean them with a special-purpose cloth.
◆ Store your compact discs in a clean place, out of
direct sunlight, where they will not be exposed to
high temperatures.
◆ Always use compact discs marked
.
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
Maintaining the sound Quality
To obtain the best possible results from your cassette player, you must clean it
regularly (heads, roller and drive capstan).
Open the deck by pressing the STOP/EJECT (é û) button. Use a cotton bud and a
special cassette cleaning agent to clean the :
◆ Heads (①)
◆ Roller (②)
◆ Drive capstan (③)
To guarantee hours of enjoyable listening with your cassettes:
◆ Check that the tape in the cassette is always sufficiently taut
◆ Store your cassettes in a clean place, out of direct sunlight, where they will not be
exposed to high temperatures
◆ Avoid using 120-minute cassettes as they are extremely fragile
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Before Contacting the After-sales Service
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Problem
The system does not work
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E
N There is no sound
E
R
A
L
The Timer does not cancel
Incase it is not worked, even
the action is taken as above.
The compact disc player does not start
C playing
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C
A
S
S
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T
T
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Checks/Explanation
• The mains lead is not correctly plugged into a wall socket or
the wall socket is not switched on.
• The POWER button has not been pressed.
• The volume has been completely turned down.
• The correct function (TUNER, CD, TAPE) has not been
selected.
• The loudspeaker wires have been disconnected.
• Press the S.BASS button for 5 seconds in power
‘OFF’(Standby), then it is returned the original position
(RESET)
Press the S.BASS button for 5 seconds in power
‘OFF’(On/Standby), then it is returned the original
position (RESET)
• The CD function has not been selected.
• The disc has been inserted face down or is either dirty or
scratched.
• The laser sensor is dirty or dusty.
• The system has not been installed on a flat, horizontal surface.
The tape does not start playing
• The TAPE function has not been selected.
• The cassette has not been inserted correctly.
• The cassette player has not been closed.
• The tape is either slack or broken.
The volume falls off
The cassette is not erased correctly
There is excessive wow and flutter
• The audio heads are dirty.
• The rollers or drive capstans are dirty.
• The tape is worn.
R Reception is poor or no radio
A stations are received at all
D
I
O
• The TUNER function has not been selected.
• The radio frequency has not been correctly selected.
• The aerial has been disconnected or is not facing the right
way. Turn it until you find the best orientation.
• You are in a building that blocks radio waves; you must use
an outside aerial.
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Specifications
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RADIO
LW(OPTION)
Frequency range. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 KHz ~ 290 KHz
AM(MW)
Frequency range. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 KHz ~ 1610 KHz
Frequency range (Option). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 522 KHz ~ 1611 KHz
Frequency range (Option). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 KHz ~ 1700 KHz
FM
Frequency range. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87.5 MHz ~ 108 MHz
OIRT (option). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 MHz ~ 74 MHz
COMPACT DISC PLAYER
Frequency response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Hz ~ 20 KHz
TAPE DECK
Frequency response. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Hz ~ 6.3 KHz
GENERAL
Output power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 x 3 Watts
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 470(W) x 174(H) x 292(D) mm
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Memo
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Memo
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ELECTRONICS
AH68-01220B
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