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THREE-CD CHANGER
MINI-COMPACT SYSTEM
MAX-900
Instruction Manual
POWER
PRESET EQ S.BASS
SLEEP
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
MUTE FUNCTION
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
TUNER
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
+10
CD
VOL.
CD
TUNING
MODE
VOL.
CD
Safety Warnings
Thank you for buying this
SAMSUNG mini-compact system.
Contents
Please take time to read these instructions.
They will allow you to operate your
system with ease and take full advantage
of its features.
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
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.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This Compact Disc player is classified
as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
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.
This symbol alerts you to important operating
and maintenance instructions accompanying the
unit.
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 Main Power Supply Plug(UK Only)
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The main 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 removed. 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 main socket as there is a risk of shock hazard from the bared flexible cord.
Never attempt to insert bare wires directly into a main socket. A plug and fuse must be used at all times.
IMPORTANT
The wires in the main 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.
SAFETY WARNINGS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
INSTALLING YOUR MINI-COMPACT SYSTEM
Where to Install Your Mini-Compact System ............................................................................................................................................ 4
Inserting Remote Control Batteries.......................................................................................................................................................... 4
Connecting the Loudspeakers.................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Connecting Your System to the Power Supply ........................................................................................................................................ 4
Connecting an AM (MW) Aerial .............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Connecting an FM Aerial ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Connecting the SW Aerial (option) .......................................................................................................................................................... 5
Menu System .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Viewing the Various Functions on Your System ........................................................................................................................................ 6
Setting the Clock ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
CD-PLAYER
Loading and Changing Compact Discs.................................................................................................................................................... 7
Listening to a Compact Disc .................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Selecting a Disc in the CD changer ........................................................................................................................................................ 8
Selecting a Track ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Selecting a Track with a Two-Digit Number .............................................................................................................................................. 8
Searching for a specific Music Passage on a CD.................................................................................................................................... 8
Repeating One or All Tracks on the Compact Discs ................................................................................................................................ 9
Programming the Order of Playback ........................................................................................................................................................ 9
Checking or Changing Programmed Tracks ............................................................................................................................................ 10
TUNER
Searching for and Storing the Radio Stations.......................................................................................................................................... 10
Selecting a Stored Station........................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Improving Radio Reception ...................................................................................................................................................................... 11
TAPE DECK
Listening to a Cassette ............................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Listening to Two Cassettes in Sequence ................................................................................................................................................ 12
Rewinding and Fast-Forwarding a Cassette ............................................................................................................................................ 12
Recording a Radio Programme................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Recording a Compact Disc ...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Copying a Cassette (Dubbing) ................................................................................................................................................................ 13
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Timer Function ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Cancelling the Timer .............................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Setting the System to Switch Off Automatically (option).......................................................................................................................... 14
Mute Function .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Super Bass System.................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Selecting an Equalize Preset .................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Power Sound Function ............................................................................................................................................................................ 15
About RDS broadcasting (option) ............................................................................................................................................................ 16
CD DIGITAL OUT Jack (option) .............................................................................................................................................................. 17
Connecting to an External Source .......................................................................................................................................................... 18
Connecting Headphones.......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
Safety Precautions .................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Cleaning Your Mini-Compact System ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
Precautions When Using Compact Discs ................................................................................................................................................ 19
Precautions When Using Audio Cassettes .............................................................................................................................................. 19
Before Contacting the After-Sales Service .............................................................................................................................................. 19
Front Panel View ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Remote Control ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Rear Panel View ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Technical Specifications .......................................................................................................................................................................... 22
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.
Symbols
Press
2
Push
Important
Note
3
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Where to Install Your
Mini-Compact System
Connecting the Loudspeakers
Connecting the AM (MW) Aerial
Connecting the FM Aerial
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GB
To take full advantage of your new mini-compact system, follow
these installation instructions before connecting the unit.
Install the system on a flat, stable surface.
Never place this unit on carpeting.
Never place this unit in an outdoor area.
Maintain an open space of approximately 4 inches (10 cm) on the
sides and rear of the system, for ventilation purposes.
Make sure that you have enough room to open the compact disc
compartment easily.
Place the loudspeakers at a reasonable distance on either side of
the system to ensure good stereo sound.
Direct the loudspeakers towards the listening area.
For optimum performance, make sure that both speakers are placed
at an equal distance above the floor.
The loudspeaker connector terminals are located on the rear
of the system.
There are four terminals on the system:
Two for the left speaker (marked L)
Two for the right speaker (marked R)
To achieve the correct sound quality, connect the:
Red wire to the + terminals
Black wire to the - terminals
1
To connect a wire to a terminal, push the tab as far as it will go:
To the right on the system
2
3
Insert the wire, up to the plastic sheathing, in the hole.
4
Repeat the operation for each wire.
The AM aerial (for long and medium waves) can be:
Placed on a stable surface
Fixed to the wall
The AM aerial connector terminals are located on the rear of the system and
are marked AM.
There are two types of aerial, (depending on option chosen).
1
How to connect a COAXIAL TYPE aerial.
Connect a 75Ω antenna to the FM antenna terminal.
Plug the connector on the FM aerial supplied into the coaxial socket
(75Ω) marked FM on the rear of the system.
To avoid noise interference, check that the loudspeaker wires do
not run close to the aerial wires.
Always keep them at least 2 inches (5 cm) away.
Follow the instructions given on Page 10 to tune into a radio station,
and determine the best position for the aerial.
If reception is poor, you may need to install an outdoor aerial.
To do so, connect an outdoor FM aerial to the FM socket on the rear
of the system using a 75Ω coaxial cable (not supplied).
Push the tab back:
To the left on the system, until it clicks into place
Result: The wire is pinched and held firmly in place.
FM
FM
FM AERIAL 75Ω COAXIAL CABLE
(not supplied)
(supplied)
(IMPEDANCE 4Ω)
2
How to connect a SCREW TYPE aerial.
The FM aerial connector terminals are located on the rear of the
system and marked FM (75Ω).
Spread the T.form FM aerial out and attach the ends to a wall,
in the position providing the best reception.
Inserting Remote Control Batteries
Insert or replace remote control batteries when you:
Purchase the mini-compact system
Find that the remote control is no longer operating correctly
Connecting Your System to the
Power Supply
When replacing the batteries, use a new set of batteries and
never mix alkaline and manganese batteries.
The main lead must be plugged into an appropriate socket.
1
2
3
Place your thumb on the position marked
on the battery compartment
cover (rear of the remote control) and push the cover in the direction of
the arrow.
Insert two AAA, LR03 or equivalent batteries, taking care to respect
the polarities:
+ on the battery against + on the remote control
– on the battery against - on the remote control
Replace the cover by sliding it back until it clicks into position.
Before plugging your system into a main socket, you must check
the voltage setting (OPTIONAL). If the voltage of the socket does
not correspond to the setting on the rear of the unit, you may
seriously damage your system.
1
Check the position of the voltage selector on the rear of the system
(OPTIONAL).
2
Plug the main lead (marked AC CORD on the rear of the system) into
an appropriate socket.
3
Press the POWER button to switch your mini-component system on.
Connecting the SW Aerial (option)
How to connect a WIRE TYPE aerial.
1
Spread the SW aerial out and attach the ends to a wall, in the position
providing the best reception.
If reception is poor (e.g. distance from transmitter too great, walls
blocking the radio waves, etc.), install an outdoor aerial.
option
4
5
Menu System
Loading and Changing Compact
Discs
Setting the Clock
Listening to a Compact Disc
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To select the basic functions on your mini-component system
(radio, compact disc, cassette or auxiliary source), press the
corresponding buttons on the front panel or FUNCTION on the
remote control.
Depending on the feature that you select, the multi-function
buttons illuminate.
1
Switch the system on by pressing Power.
Result: The function selected just before the system was last
switched off is reactivated.
2
Press FUNCTION the appropriate number of times to select one of
the 4 functions available:
TUNER (radio)
CD (compact disc)
AUX (auxiliary source)
Result: The various sub-options available are indicated by the symbols
displayed on the multi-function buttons; these symbols change
according to the function that you select.
Your system is equipped with a clock which allows you to
turn your system on and aff automatically. You should set the
clock:
When you purchase the mini-compact system
After a power failure
After unplugging the unit
1
2
Switch the system on by pressing POWER.
3
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The hour flashes.
4
To...
Press...
Increase the hours
Decrease the hours
PRESET/MANUAL UP
PRESET/MANUAL DOWN
PRESET EQ S.BASS
SLEEP
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
2
7
TUNER
Always treat your compact discs with care; refer, if necessary, to
the section entitled “Precautions When Using Compact Discs” on
page 19.
1
Switch the system on by pressing POWER.
2
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the front panel (or
remote control).
Result: The compartment opens.
To...
Press...
Increase the minutes
Decrease the minutes
PRESET/MANUAL UP
PRESET/MANUAL DOWN
Viewing the Various Functions on
Your System
1
Switch the system on by pressing POWER.
3
4
Load one or more discs.
Select the CD function by pressing CD on the front panel or
FUNCTION one or more times on the remote control.
Press CD (
) on the front panel or
on the remote control.
If you have loaded more than one compact disc, they will
be played in turn.
Place one or two discs in the front slots of the carrousel, with the
label on the discs facing upwards.
Check that the compact disc has been correctly inserted in
the holder before closing the compartment.
5
Adjust the volume as required by:
Pressing the VOLUME
or
on the front panel
or
Pressing the VOL. + or - buttons on the remote control
4
If you wish to load a third compact disc, press the DISC CHANGE
button on the front panel (or DISC SKIP on the remote control).
Result: The carrousel rotates by 120°.
6
To pause temporarily during playback, press CD (
5
Close the compartment by pressing the OPEN/CLOSE button again.
If you wish to start playing a disc directly, you can also
proceed as follows.
When the correct time is displayed, press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The clock starts and is displayed, even when the system is in
standby mode.
Press CD (
7
Press
6
) again to continue disc playback.
When playing a disc, you can load new discs without
stopping the current one. To do so, open the compartment
by pressing DISC CHANGE and load new discs in the other
two vacant slots (not the one containing the disc that you
are playing). You cannot rotate the carrousel during
playback.
When no discs are loaded, the “NO DISC” indication is
displayed.
The CD player stops automatically after playing the three
discs, if the CD REPEAT function has not been selected.
Press...
To change or unload the compact disc changer, repeat Steps 2 to 5.
Keep the compartment closed whenever you are not using it,
to prevent dust from entering.
R
).
when you have finished.
Disc 1
CD (
) or DISC SELECTOR 1
Disc 2
DISC SELECTOR 2
Disc 3
DISC SELECTOR 3
Result: The compartment closes automatically and the disc selected
starts playing.
POWER
ON/STANDBY
on the
1
2
3
When the correct hour is displayed, press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The minutes flash.
You can display the time, even when you are using another function,
by pressing TIMER/CLOCK once.
BAND
/
Never press down or place objects on the carrousel.
To play...
MUTE FUNCTION
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
O
6
Press TIMER/CLOCK twice.
Result: CLOCK is displayed.
Always treat your compact discs with care; refer, if necessary, to the
section entitled “Precautions When Using Compact Discs” on page 19.
Never force the compact disc carrousel when opening and closing the compartment.
Remember to reset the time when the clock changes from
winter to summer time and vice versa.
For each step, you have a few seconds to set the required
options. If you exceed this time, you must start again.
5
1POWER
The CD disc changer can contain up to three 12 cm or 8 cm
compact discs without using an adapter.
When you have loaded at least one compact disc into the
player, you can start listening to it.
You can load or unload compact discs when the radio,
tape or auxiliary source function is selected.
You can view the various functions available on your system.
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
2
1
1
Press the DEMO button.
Result: The various functions available are listed in turn on the display.
TUNER
3,5,7
CD
TAPE
3
AUX
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
1
POWER
CLA
ON/STANDBY
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
All these functions are described in detail in this booklet.
For instructions on how to use them, refer to the appropriate
sections.
PHONES
R
VOLUME
2
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
2
1
2
5
To cancel this function, press DEMO again.
TUNER
3
5
TAPE
POP
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
R
R
R SOU
ND
BAND
POWER
ON/STANDBY
WE
5
POWER
ON/STANDBY
AUX
PO
CD
CLASSIC
VOLUME
VOLUME
S BASS
DEMO
1
DISC SELECTOR
1
R
ON/STANDBY
DEMO
R
1
2
VOLUME
3
1
2
3
CD
4,6
TAPE
1
AUX
2
4
OPEN / CLOSE
TUNER
CD
TAPE
AUX
TAPE
ROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
AUX
PHONES
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
6
CLASSIC
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
BAND
WE
R SOU
ND
CD
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
WE
R SOU
CLASSIC
S.BASS
POP
CLA
BAND
TUNER
AUX
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
POP
TAPE
DISC CHANGE
3
4,6
PO
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
CD
BAND
ND
TUNER
DISC SELECTOR
DISC CHANGE
3
OPEN / CLOSE
TUNER
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
2
4,6, 2
PO
POWER
DISC SELECTOR
S.BASS
2
PHONES
7
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
G
MER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
CLA
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
DOWN
PRESET/MANUAL
UP
7
Selecting a Track with a Two-Digit
Number
Selecting a Disc in the CD changer
Repeating One or All Tracks on the
Compact Discs
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The CD function is automatically selected when DISC SKIP is
pushed.
To select a specific disc, press the corresponding DISC SELECTOR (1, 2, 3)
button on the front panel or DISC SKIP on the remote control, until the
required disc indicator flashes.
Result: All the discs will be played in turn, starting with the one selected.
If you wish to play the current disc only, press REPEAT on the
remote control one or more times, until DISC is displayed.
To select a track with a two-digit number faster, use the +10
key button.
1
2
For example, to select the track no.25.
3
Press
Press +10 two times.
Result: The tens (10, 20 and so on) are displayed.
CD
1
five times.
SLEEP
If you use the DISC SELECTOR (1, 2, 3) function when
listening to the radio or to a tape, the system switches
automatically to the CD mode.
If the disc selected is not loaded, the next disc is played automatically.
You can repeat indefinitely:
A specific track on a compact disc.
All tracks on the compact disc selected.
All discs loaded in the carrousel
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
REPEAT 1 is displayed
REPEAT DISC is displayed
REPEAT DISC ALL is displayed
TUNER
2
When you wish to stop the Repeat function, press REPEAT until
DISC ALL or DISC is displayed, or press
+10
9
To...
.
10
VOL.
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
+
Press...
once
once
or
the appropriate
number of times
To cancel the selection, press
.
Once if the compact disc player is stopped
Result: PROGRAM is no longer displayed.
If you open the compartment, the selection is cancelled.
If you select the number of a disc which is not loaded or a track which
does not exist on the CD, the selection skips to the next programmed
track.
CD
SLEEP
to listen to the track selection in the order programmed.
Listen to the current track again
Listen to the previous track
twice
Listen to the next track
Skip forwards or backwards
one or more tracks
Press CD REPEAT on the
REMOTE CONTROL one or more
times until...
The current track indefinitely
The selected disc
All discs loaded
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
To repeat...
8
Press
TUNER
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
+10
V
DISC SELECTOR
TUNING
MODE
CD
22
11
POP
TUNER
TAPE
AUX
BAND
RAM/SET MONO/ST
WE
VOL.
–
VOL.
R SOU
POWER
ND
PO
CD
CD
CD
CD
33
CLASSIC
/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
CD
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
TUNING
MODE
CLOCK
CD
3,6PROGRAM
/SET
SLEEP
Searching for a Specific Music
Passage on a CD
Selecting a Track
You can select the track you wish to listen to, either when the
compact disc player is stopped or when a disc is playing.
To start playback at the beginning of the...
Press...
Next track
Current track
Previous track
Track of your choice
When listening to a compact disc, you can quickly search for
a specific music passage on a track.
It is recommended that you turn the volume down before using
this function.
To search through the tracks...
twice
or
the
appropriate number
of times.
Press and hold down...
Forwards
Backwards
for at least one second
for at least one second
SLEEP
and
TIMER
ON/OFF
ROCK
PRESET EQ S.BASS
You can also use
TIMER
S.BASS
buttons on the remote control.
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
TUNER
OPEN/
MONO/ST TUNER
Programming the Order of Playback
BAND
OPEN/
+10
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
You can decide:
1,10
The order in which you listen to the tracks on the discs loaded
Which tracks you do not wish to listen to
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
2
3
If the CD function is selected, stop the player by pressing
8
CD
VOL. +
VOL.
5,9
TUNING
TUNING
MODE
MODE
CD
CD
BAND
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
MUTE FUNCTION
.
5,9
CD
VOL. –
VOL.
Load the selected CDs.
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The following indications are displayed:
+10
CD
(01 = Programme n°, DI = Disc n°, – – = Track n° on the disc)
DISC SELECTOR
2
3
VOL.
4
If necessary, select the disc containing the required track by pressing
the corresponding DISC SELECTOR(1, 2, 3) button.
TUNING
MODE
5
Select the required track by pressing:
to move back through the tracks
to move forward through the tracks
POP
CD
TAPE
AUX
BAND
WE
R
R SOU
ND
PO
TUNER
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
CLASSIC
CD
CD
CD
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
VOL.
6
VOLUME
DISC SELECTOR
2
1
Press PROGRAM/SET to confirm your selection.
Result: The selection is stored and
is displayed.
DISC CHANGE
3
4
TUNER
CD
TAPE
POP
OPEN / CLOSE
AUX
BAND
7
8
To select other tracks, repeat Steps 4 to 6.
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
CLASSIC
WE
R SOU
ND
PO
1
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
9
Searching for and Storing the Radio
Stations
Checking or Changing Programmed
Tracks
Searching for and Storing the Radio
Stations (continued)
Improving Radio Reception
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GB
1
2
Press
3
Press PROGRAM/SET again.
Result: The first track selected is displayed, together with the letter
CH (Change).
once if you have started listening to the selection.
Press PROGRAM/SET.
If you have already programmed 24 tracks, CH is displayed
instead of PR when you press PROGRAM/SET.
4
1
2
Press PROGRAM/SET one or more times until the track to be
changed is displayed.
5
If necessary, press the corresponding DISC SELECTOR (1, 2, 3) button
to change discs.
6
7
8
You can store up to:
15 FM stations
15 AM stations
15 FM stations
8 MW stations
7 LW stations
15 FM stations
5 MW stations
5 SW1 stations
5 SW2 stations
3
Press TUNING DOWN and UP to select a different track.
Press PROGRAM/SET to confirm your change.
Press CD ( ) to start listening to the selection.
Result: The first track selected is played.
8
(option)
(option)
(option)
If you do not want to store the radio station found, revert to Step 4
and search for another station.
Otherwise:
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
a Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The programme number and PROGRAM are displayed
for a few seconds.
If reception from a specific FM radio station is poor, press
MONO/ST to switch from stereo mode to mono. The quality of
the sound will be improved.
b Press PRESET MANUAL DOWN and UP to assign a programme
number between 1 and 15.
c Press PROGRAM/SET to store the radio station.
Result: PROGRAM is no longer displayed and the station is stored.
Switch the system on by pressing POWER.
PRESET EQ S.BASS
Select the TUNER function by pressing TUNER on the front panel or
FUNCTION on the remote control one or more times.
9
SLEEP
Select the required frequency band by pressing TUNER again on the
front panel or BAND on the remote control.
Result: The appropriate indication is displayed:
FM
Frequency Modulation
AM(MW)
Medium Wave
LW(OPTION)
Long Wave
SW1, SW2(OPTION)
Short Wave
To search for a
station...
DISC SELECTOR
2
1
PRESET EQ S.BASS
MUTE FUNCTION
PROGRAM
MONO/ST TUNER
SLEEP
/SET
2,3,4,7
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
1
5
+10
8
CD
To scroll through the frequencies faster when searching manually,
hold down the PRESET MANUAL DOWN or UP buttons.
The automatic search procedure may stop on a frequency that
does not correspond to a radio station. If this happens, use the
manual search mode.
VOL.
6
6
TUNING
MODE
CD
CD
Select the station to be stored by:
Pressing PRESET MANUAL DOWN or UP on the front panel
or
Pressing TUNNING DOWN or UP on the remote control
6
CD
Adjust the volume by:
Pressing the VOLUME
or
on the front panel
or
Pressing the VOL. + or – buttons on the remote control
VOL.
7
Select the stereo or mono mode by pressing MONO/ST.
8
BAND
8
CD
3
CD
TAPE
AUX
8
WE
VOL.
R SO
CLASSIC
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
CD
ROCK
TUNING
MODE
CD
VOL.
Selecting a Stored Station
You can listen to a stored radio station as follows:
1
2
Switch the system on by pressing POWER.
3
Select the required frequency band by pressing TUNER BAND on the
remote control or TUNER again on the front panel.
4
5
Press the TUNING MODE button until “PRESET” is displayed.
Select the TUNER function by pressing TUNER on the front panel or
FUNCTION on the remote control one or more times.
Select the radio station as follows.
To listen to ...
Press ...
Stored station
TUNING DOWN and UP to select
the required programme.
TUNING DOWN and UP until the
required frequency is displayed.
Another station
1
+10
POP
TUNER
One or more times until MANUAL is
displayed.
One or more times until AUTO is
displayed.
Automatically
TUNER
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
Press PRESET/MANUAL on the front panel
or TUNNING MODE on the remote control
Manually
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
The PROGRAM function can be used to assign a new station to
an existing programme number.
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
4
MUTE FUNCTION
To store any other radio frequencies required, repeat Steps 3 to 8.
PO
You can check or change your selection of tracks at any time.
POWER
ON/STANDBY
R
Press TUNING MODE again to exit the stored station selection
function.
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
POWER
TUNER
CD
TAPE
1
AUX
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
POWER
BAND
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
3
2,3
VOLUME
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
+10
CD
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
2
1
8
3
DISC SELECTOR
5
CD
TAPE
1
POP
AUX
R SOU
WE
CLASSIC
7
TUNER
1
6
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
5
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
VOL. +
VOL.
5
CD
4
TAPE
AUX
5
WE
R SOU
SLEEP
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
3
BAND
OPEN/
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
CDCD
TUNING
TUNING
MODE
MODE
CD
TUNER
CLASSIC
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
5
4
MUTE FUNCTION
POP
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
2
3
ND
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
6
2
PRESET EQ S.BASS
PO
TUNER
PHONES
2
1
R
PO
ON/STANDBY
VOL. –
VOL.
+10
ROCK
CD
10
11
Listening to Two Cassettes in
Sequence
Listening to a Cassette
Copying a Cassette (Dubbing)
Recording a Radio Programme
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When you press one of the tape deck’s buttons, except for
STOP/EJECT button it remain in the down position. It returns
to its original position automatically when the function is completed
or you cancel the command.
Always treat your cassettes with care; refer, if necessary, to
the section entitled “Precautions When Using Audio
Cassettes” on page 19.
1
2
3
Switch the system on by pressing the POWER button.
4
5
6
Insert the pre-recorded cassette with the open edge of the tape facing downwards.
7
8
1
2
3
Press the TAPE button.
To open either Deck 1 or 2, press the corresponding STOP/EJECT (
button.
You can record a radio programme of your choice.
You can only record on cassettes in Deck 1.
You can only record on normal bias cassettes.
You do not need to adjust the volume, as it has no effect on recording.
Repeat Steps 1 to 5 above, inserting a cassette in each deck.
Press the PLAY (
) button corresponding to Deck 2.
Press the PLAY ( ) and PAUSE ( ) at the same time for Deck 1.
Result: The cassette in Deck 2 is played until the end of the tape is
reached; the cassette in Deck 1 then starts playing automatically.
)
1
2
3
4
5
Switch your system on by pressing POWER.
6
Press STOP/EJECT (
Press the TUNER button to select the radio function.
Select the radio station that you wish to record.
Press the RECORD ( ) button corresponding to Deck 1.
Result: Recording starts.
3
3
2
1
Press the PLAY ( ) button corresponding to the selected deck to
start listening to the cassette.
POWER
ON/STANDBY
R
Adjust the volume by pressing the appropriate VOLUME buttons.
DEMO
5
To stop playback temporarily, press PAUSE ( ).
Press PAUSE ( ) again to continue listening to the cassette.
To...
Press STOP/EJECT (
Stop playing the cassette
Open the cassette door
Once
Twice
1
6
3
Rewinding and Fast-Forwarding
a Cassette
)...
You can rewind or fast-forward a cassette.
Example: You wish to listen to a track again or fast-forward
the cassette to the end when you have finished
playing all the tracks on one side of the cassette.
POWER
CD
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
1
2
7
3
2
You can use this function while listening to a compact disc or
radio programme.
POP
OPE
TUNER
TAPE
AUX
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
WE
R SOU
ND
PO
CD
CLASSIC
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
ROCK
2
If necessary, press STOP/EJECT (
stop the playback.
) for the appropriate deck to
To...
Press...
Fast-forward the cassette
Rewind the cassette
F/FWD ( )
REW ( )
The rewind or fast-forward functions stop automatically when
the beginning or end of the cassette is reached. The REW ( )
or F/FWD ( ) button then returns to its original position.
8
When you have finished recording, press the STOP/EJECT (
buttons for both Deck 1 and Deck 2.
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 1.
Insert the tape to be copied in Deck 2.
Press the TAPE button to select the cassette function.
Press RECORD (
Press PLAY (
) for Deck 1.
) for Deck 2.
To copy a cassette at high speed, press Hi-DUBBING.
Result: The cassette is copied and the H DUBB indicator flashes.
)
You can record a compact disc on a cassette placed in Deck 1.
The sound quality of cassettes copied using high-speed dubbing
is lower than with normal dubbing.
It is recommended that you turn the volume down during
high-speed dubbing, due to the high-pitched sound.
You can only record on normal bias cassettes.
You do not need to adjust the volume, as it has no effect on recording.
POWER
You can start recording with any track on the compact disc.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
ON/STANDBY
R
Switch your system on by pressing POWER.
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 1.
1
2
3
4
Press the CD button.
TUNER
CD
POP
TAPE
AUX
BAND
Select the required disc.
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
R SOU
CLASSIC
S.BAS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
Press the CD button and select the required track on the compact disc.
7
PHONES
Press the RECORD ( ) button corresponding to Deck 1.
Result:Recording starts.
WE
ND
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
1
Switch your system on by pressing POWER.
It is an infringement of copyright laws to copy records and prerecorded cassettes CD or radio programmes or to re-record them in
any form without the permission of the owners of the corresponding
copyright.
Recording a Compact Disc
Before fast-forwarding or rewinding the cassette, you must
stop the playback.
DISC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
TA
BAND
R
VOLUME
PHONES
) when you are ready to stop recording.
You can press PAUSE ( ) during recording, if you wish to skip unwanted
passages. Press PAUSE ( ) again when you want to start recording again.
Close the deck by pushing on it until it clicks into place.
ON/STANDBY
Take care not to insert the tape to be copied in Deck 1, as it
will be erased when you start recording.
You do not need to adjust the volume, as it has no effect on
the recording.
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 1.
TUNER
9
You can copy a cassette from Deck 2 to Deck 1. Two options
are available:
Normal speed dubbing
High-speed dubbing
PO
You can only listen to one cassette at a time but you can
switch automatically from one deck to the other to listen to
two cassettes, one after the other.
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
Press the PAUSE ( ) button corresponding to Deck 1 to stop recording temporarily.
Result:Recording stops but the compact disc continues playing.
Press PAUSE ( ) a second time to start recording again.
8
6
3,9
8
When you are ready to stop recording, press STOP/EJECT (
cassette deck and STOP ( ) for the compact disc player.
) for the
If you cannot press the RECORD ( ) button, check that the cassette
has been inserted correctly and the safety tabs are intact.
1
5
8
6
POWER
ON/STANDBY
2
2
R
1
6
DEMO
8
7
3,5
TUNER
CD
TA
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
12
13
Cancelling the Timer
Timer Function
Mute Function
Selecting an Equalizer Preset
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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.
After having set the timer, it will start automatically as
shown by the TIMER indication on the display. If you no
longer wish to use the timer, you must cancel it.
If you no longer want the system to be switched on or off
automatically, you must cancel the timer.
You can stop the timer at any time (system on or in standby mode).
Before setting the timer, check that the current time is correct.
For each step, you have a few seconds to set the required
options. If you exceed this time, you must start again.
1
2
3
To...
Press TIMER-ON/OFF...
Cancel the timer
Once.
Result:
Restart the timer
Twice.
Result:
Switch the system on by pressing POWER.
is no longer displayed.
1
2
Press MUTE on the remote control.
Result: The equalizer symbols are no longer displayed, the speaker
symbols flash and the sound is switched off.
To switch the sound back on, press MUTE again or the VOLUME buttons.
is displayed again.
TIMER is displayed.
Press TIMER/CLOCK until
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: ON TIME is displayed (instead of the equalizer symbols) for
a few seconds, followed by any switch-on time already set;
you can set the timer switch-on time.
4
You can turn the sound off temporarily on your system.
Example: You wish to answer a telephone call.
POWER
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
POWER
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
Your mini-compact system is equipped with a preset equalizer
that allows you to choose the most appropriate balance
between treble and bass frequencies, according to the type of
music you are listening to.
Press PRESET EQ on the remote control until the required option is
selected.
To obtain a...
Select...
Normal balance (linear)
Balance suitable for pop music
Balance suitable for rock music
Balance suitable for classic music
PASS
POP
ROCK
CLASSIC
POWER
Set the timer switch-on time.
5
a
Set the hour by pressing TUNING DOWN and UP.
b
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The minutes flash.
PRESET EQ S.BASS
SLEEP
c
Set the minutes by pressing TUNING DOWN and UP.
d
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: OFF TIME is displayed (instead of the equalizer symbols)
for a few seconds, followed by any switch-off time already
set; you can now set the timer switch-off time.
a
Set the hour by pressing TUNING DOWN and UP.
b
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The minutes flash.
c
Set the minutes by pressing TUNING DOWN and UP.
d
Press PROGRAM/SET.
Result: VOL XX is displayed, where XX corresponds to the volume
already set.
Press TUNING DOWN and UP to adjust the volume level and press
PROGRAM/SET.
Result: The source to be selected is displayed.
7
Press TUNING DOWN and UP to select the source to be played
when the system switches on.
If you select...
SLEEP
TUNER
a Select the FM or AM frequency band by
pressing TUNING DOWN and UP.
b Press PROGRAM/SET.
c Select a preset station by pressing
TUNING DOWN and UP.
a Load one or more compact discs.
CD (compact disc)
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
Press POWER to set the system to standby mode.
Result: TIMER is displayed to the bottom left of the time, indicating
that the timer has been set. The system will switch on and off
automatically at the required times.
CLOCK
PRESET EQ S.BASS
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
MUTE FUNCTION
TUNER
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
SLEEP
BAND
OPEN/
BAND
BAND
OPEN/
While listening to a compact disc or a cassette, you can set the
system to switch off automatically.
Example: You wish to go to sleep to music.
1
Press AI OFF/SLEEP.
Result: playback starts and the following indications are displayed:
TUNER
+10
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
CD
+10
CD
Super Bass Sound
Power Sound Function
Your mini-compact system has a bass amplification function
called SBS (Super Bass Sound). This function makes the sound
more powerful and real.
This machine is equipped with the function of POWER SOUND,
which amplifies bass and improves high key or bass twice as
much for you to appreciate powerful real surround-sound.
1
Press the S. BASS button.
Result: S. BASS is displayed for a few seconds.
1
2
To cancel this function, press S. BASS again.
Press POWER SOUND button on the front panel.
Result: The POWER SOUND button on the front panel lights up green.
P--SOUND is displayed for a few seconds.
A more powerful resonant sound is diffused.
2
To cancel this function, press POWER SOUND again.
SLEEP
2
90 MIN
Press AI OFF/SLEEP one or more times to indicate how long the system
should continue playing before it switches off:
You must also...
TUNER (radio)
8
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
TIMER
ON/OFF
MUTE FUNCTION
Setting the System to Switch off
Automatically (option)
Set the timer switch-off time.
6
PRESET EQ S.BASS
MUTE FUNCTION
TIMER
At any time, you can:
Check the remaining time by pressing AI OFF/SLEEP
Change the remaining time by repeating Steps 1 and 2
3
4
Press AI OFF/SLEEP one or more times until AI OFF is displayed.
Result: The system will automatically switch off at the end of disc or
cassette.
POWER
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
POWER
To cancel SLEEP or AI OFF funtion, press AI OFF/SLEEP one or
more times until OFF is display.
ON/STANDBY
R
VOLUME
PRESET EQ S.BASS
If the timer switch on and off times are identical, the word
ERROR is displayed.
MUTE FUNCTION
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
SLEEP
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
1
2
3
TUNER
POP
POWER
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
2
4,5,6,7
TUNING
MODE
VOLUME
AUX
+10
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
WE
R SOU
CLASSIC
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
DEMO
AI OFF/SLEEP
CD
1
CD
2
3
CD
TAPE
AUX
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
CLASSIC
WE
PHONES
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
POP
TUNER
PO
3,4,5,6,7TUNER
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
TAPE
DISC SELECTOR
MUTE FUNCTION
VOL.
4,5,6,7
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
CD
BAND
R SOU
ND
SLEEP
OPEN/
VOL.
CD
CD
PRESET EQ S.BASS
TUNER
BAND
ND
1 POWER
R
PO
ON/STANDBY
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
BAND
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About RDS broadcasting (option)
About RDS DISPLAY function
(option)
PTY (Program Type) indication and
PTY-SEARCH function (option)
Listening to a Compact Disc
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This unit has the RDS (Radio Data System) function, which
enables for the various information such as broadcasting station, radio text, time and 17 types of programs (News, Rock,
Classic, etc.) to be received from the FM RDS station together
with normal radio signal.
1
2
3
Press the Power ON button.
Receive the FM radio.
See the radio receiving method on the page 10.
FM and frequency are shown on the display
If the received station transmit the RDS information, 'RDS' appears
automatically on the display.
Press the RDS DISPLAY button to select the desired RDS mode.
Whenever the button is pressed, RDS mode changes as follows.
PS NAME
RT
CT
The PTY information is composed of an identification symbol, which
helps the FM radio to recognize the program type of each FM station.
The 17 PTY modes are shown in the display by pressing the PTY button.
About "PS NAME" MODE
Displays the name of broadcasting station.
POWER
ON/STANDBY
Press the RDS DISPLAY button to select the PS NAME.
"PS NAME" appears on the display.
If the PS information is being received, the PS name (BBC, AFO,
NDR, etc.) is shown on the display.
If the PS information isn't received, the original FM frequency is
shown.
Even though no RDS DISPLAY button is pressed, the reception
of PS information makes the PS name displayed.
Current FM frequency
DEMO
DEMO
DISC SELECTOR
DISC SELECTOR
PTY
1
1
The RDS function is available only on FM broadcasts.
TUNER
TUNER
BAND
CD
CD
TAPE
TAPE
2
2
3. RT (Radio Text) : The text broadcast by a station and composed of
maximum 64 characters.
4. CT (Clock Time) : Decodes the real time clock from the FM frequency.
Some stations may not transmit PTY, RT or CT information
therefore this may not be displayed in all cases.
5. TP (Traffic Program) : Indicates that the turned station is capable
of transmitting traffic broadcosts.
Displays the character transmitted from the broadcasting station.
Press the RDS DISPLAY button to select the RT MODE.
"RT" appears on the display.
If the RT information is being received, the received information is
shown on the display.
If the RT information isn't received, the "NO RT" is shown.
On the display.
PTY
DISC
DISC SELECTOR
SELECTOR
DISPLAY
1
1
6. TA (Traffic Announcement) : When this symbol flashes it shows
that the traffic announcement is in progress.
TUNER
TUNER
CD
CD
TAPE
TAPE
2
2
• News including an announced opinion and report
AFFARIS
• Several matters including a current incident, documentary,
discussion and analysis.
INFO
• Information including weights and measures, returns and forecast,
matters interesting the customer, medical information, etc.
SPORT
• Sports
1
EDUCATE
• Education
DRAMA
• Drama-Radio serial, etc.
CULTURE
• Culture-National or local culture including the religious problem,
social science, language, theater,etc.
SCIENCE
• Natural science and technology
VARIED
• Others-Speech, amusing program (quiz, game), interview,
comedy and satirical play, etc.
POP M
• Pop music
ROCK M
• Rock music
M.O.R.M
• M.O.R- Comfortable music, occasionally vocal
LIGHT M
• Light classical music- Classical music and instrumental
and chorus music
CLASSIC
• Heavy classical music-Orcastra music, symphony, chamber
music and opera
OTHER M
• Other music - Jazz, R&B, country music
ALARM
• Alarm
TRAFFIC
• Traffic information
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
1
2
To select the CT time, set the RDS DISPLAY button to CT MODE.
"CT" lights on the top display for several seconds.
DISC SELECTOR
DISPLAY
1
2
2
TAPE
3
AUX
BAND
CLA
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
CD DIGITAL OUT Jack (option)
This unit can output CD digital sound signals through this
jack. Use an optical cable to connect digital audio equipment.
(DAT deck, MD recorder, etc.).
Remove the dust cap (1) from the CD DIGITAL OUT jack. Then,
connect an optical cable plug to the CD DIGITAL OUT jack.
(1)
About PTY-SEARCH
Sets the time of the RDS clock.
PTY
CD
2
CLA
R
DEMO
TUNER
PHONES
About CT(Clock Time)
POWER
1
When the CD DIGITAL OUT jack is not being used
Attach the supplied dust cap.
AUX
AUX
BAND
BAND
ON/STANDBY
DISC SELECTOR
DISPLAY
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
3
3
PROGRAM/SET
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
MONO/ST
7. EON (Enhanced Other Networks Information) : Offers the RDS
information on other networks.
PTY
CLA
About 'RT' MODE
DEMO
DEMO
2
Program Type
NEWS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
2. PS NAME (Program Service Name) : Indicates the name of
broadcasting station and is decodes (if any) composed of 8 characters.
R
DEMO
AUX
AUX
PROGRAM/SET
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
Description on RDS function
Display
3
3
MONO/STBAND
1. PTY (Program Type) : Displays the type of programme currently
being broadcast
If the PTY MODE isn’t found it is retuned to the at beginning the
PTY SEARCH and auto-search and PTY SEARCH are suspended.
Tuned to an FM station broadcosting a PTY MODE.
See the FM receiving method on the page 10.
If the received station is transmitting the RDS information, "RDS"
lights up.
Press the PTY button.
The PTY MODE(NEWS, AFFARIS, etc) appears on the display.
Press the PRESET/MANUAL DOWN or UP button to select the
desired PTY MODE.
3
3
TUNER
CD
TAPE
AUX
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
CLA
The CT information will take up to 2 minutes to be decoded therefore the clock isn't displayed immediately.
If there is no available CT information, "NO CT" is displayed.
The CT RDS clock does not update the system clock.
PTY
DEMO
DEMO
DISC
DISC SELECTOR
SELECTOR
DISPLAY
1
1
TUNER
TUNER
CD
CD
TAPE
TAPE
If the station is transmitting no PTY information, 'NO PTY' shows
on the display.
When the PTY MODE is selected(The PTY MODE is shown in the
display), press the PTY KEY once again to convert into
PTY-SEARCH MODE and auto-search the station sequentially.
If a station is found broadcasting required PTY MODE then the
search stops and the stop is selected.
2
2
3
3
AUX
AUX
BAND
BAND
PROGRAM/SET
MONO/ST
OG /S
O O/S
CLA
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
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17
Connecting to an External Source
Cleaning Your Mini-Compact
System
Safety Precautions
Precautions When Using Audio
Cassettes
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The auxiliary input can be used to take advantage of the sound quality
of your mini-compact system when listening to other sources.
Examples: A television
A video disc player
A DAT or DCC cassette player
A Hi-Fi stereo video cassette recorder
The following diagrams illustrate the precautions to be taken
when using or moving your mini-compact system.
To connect the external source, the source must have an audio
output. In addition, you need an RCA connection cable.
1
Set the system to standby mode and disconnect it and the external
source from the main.
2
Connect the audio cable to the rear of the mini--compact system.
Connect the...
Red jack
White jack
To the connector marked...
R (right)
L (left)
Outer Casing
Clean the outer casing regularly using a soft cloth and a light detergent. Do not use
abrasive powders, liquids or aerosol cleaners. Never let any liquids get into the system.
Ambient operating conditions:
Ambient temperature
5°C-35°C
Humidity
10-75%
For optimum sound quality, do not invert the right and left channels.
3
Plug the system back into the main socket and press POWER to
switch it on.
4
Select the AUX source by pressing AUX on the front panel or
FUNCTION on the remote control one or more times.
Result: AUX is displayed.
5
6
Switch the external source on.
Do not expose the unit to direct sun
radiation or other heat sources.
This could lead to overheating and
malfunction of the unit.
1
2
1
2
Do not place potted plants or vases
on top of the unit. Moisture entering
the unit could lead to dangerous
electric shock and can cause
equipment damage. In such events
immediately disconnect the main
plug from the socket.
During thunderstorms, disconnect
the main plug from the socket.
Main voltage peaks due to lightning
could damage the unit.
Before Contacting the After-Sales
Service
Compact Disc Player
Before playing a compact disc, clean it with a special CD cleaning
agent. Do not use the same cleaning agents as for vinyl LP records.
Carefully wipe the disc from the centre outwards.
Regularly clean the player with a special cleaning disc (available from
your local dealer).
Tape Decks
Press STOP/EJECT(
Adjust the volume and balance as required:
Volume
Equalizer
Example: You can watch a film and take advantage of stereo sound
provided that the original sound track is in stereo, (as if you
were in a cinema).
Check that the tape in the cassette is sufficiently taught.
To prevent erasing a cassette that you wish to keep, remove the safety
tab on the upper edge of the cassette. To record a cassette, where the
tab has been broken, simply cover the opening with adhesive tape.
When you have finished playing a cassette, always put it back in its case.
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 place unnecessary strain on
the tape mechanism.
To obtain the best possible results from your mini-compact system,
you must clean the following elements regularly:
The outer casing
The compact disc player
The cassette players (heads, rollers and drive capstans)
Always unplug the system from the wall outlet:
Before cleaning it
If you are not going to be using it for a long time
It always takes a little time to become familiar with a new appliance. If you have
any of the problems listed below, try the solutions given. They may save you the
time and inconvenience of an unnecessary service call.
) to open the cassette deck.
Use a cotton bud and a special cassette cleaning agent to clean the:
Head (1)
Rollers (2)
Drive capstans (3)
If you will not be using the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries to prevent corrosion.
Although your system is very hard-wearing, it should not be
used in an excessively dusty environment or subjected to
shocks or extreme heat (close to heating appliances or in
direct sunlight, etc.).
If the unit emits an unpleasant odour when in use, unplug it
from the main supply and contact the after-sales service.
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Problem
G
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A
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The system does not work
• The main lead is not correctly plugged into a
wall socket or the wall socket is not switched on.
• The remote control batteries need replacing or
the polarity has not been respected.
• The POWER button has not been pressed.
There is no sound
• The volume has been completely turned down.
• The correct function (TUNER, CD, AUX) has
not been selected.
• You have connected a set of earphones.
• The loudspeaker wires have been disconnected.
• The MUTE button has been pressed.
The Timer does not work
• The timer has been stopped by pressing
TIMER ON/OFF.
The compact disc player does not
start playing
• 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.
• Condensation has formed in the player; leave
the system in a warm, airy room for at least
one hour.
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.
Reception is poor or no radio stations are received at all
• 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.
C
POWER
ON/STANDBY
R
D
VOLUME
VOLUME
UP
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
2
1
DISC CHANGE
3
POP
OPEN / CLOSE
CD
AUX
AUX
TAPE
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
WE
R SOU
ND
PO
TUNER
DOWN
CLASSIC
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
1
Remove the batteries from the
remote control, if not used for any
extended periods.
Leaking batteries can cause serious
damage to the remote control.
Connecting Headphones
When using headphones, take care
not to listen at excessive volumes.
Extended use of headphones at
high volumes will lead to hearing
damage.
Connect the headphones to the PHONES
jack on the front panel.
Result: The loudspeakers are no longer used to output the sound.
Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may damage your hearing.
R
DIGITAL AUDIO
VOLUME
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
1
2
DISC CHANGE
3
POP
OPEN / CLOSE
CD
TAPE
AUX
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
WE
R SOU
ND
PO
TUNER
CLASSIC
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
C
A
S
S
E
T
T
E
S
R
A
D
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O
If the above guidelines do not allow you to solve the problem, take a note of:
The model and serial numbers, normally printed on the rear of the system
Your warranty details
A clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or SAMSUNG after-sales service.
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
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Precautions When Using Compact
Discs
COMPACT
POWER
PHONES
2
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.
You can connect a set of headphones to your mini-compact system so that you
can listen to music or radio programmes without disturbing other people in the
room. The earphones must have a 6.3 mm jack or an appropriate adapter.
ON/STANDBY
Checks/Explanation
Do not place heavy items on the
main lead. Main cable damage can
lead to damage of the equipment (fire
hazard) and can cause electric
shock.
Do not remove any equipment panels.
The inside of the unit
contains live components, which
cause electric shock.
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Front Panel View
Remote Control
GB
GB
1
32
31
21
POWER
TIMER
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
20
1
30
2
29
3
4
5
6
7
POWER
ON/STANDBY
R
2
DISC SELECTOR
DEMO
1
2
DISC CHANGE
3
28
POP
SLEEP
TAPE
AUX
PO
CD
BAND
PROGRAM/SET MONO/ST
W
CLASSIC
PHONES
DOWN - - PRESET/MANUAL - - UP
13
12
VOL.
ROCK
HIGH SPEED
DUBBING
BAND
+10
8
26
8
9
TUNER
9
25
CD
TUNING
MODE
CD
24
10
11
10
11
23
12
22
18
17
16
15
14
CD
S.BASS
TIMER/CLOCK TIMER ON/OFF
PROGRAM
MONO/ST
/SET
OPEN/
27
E R SOU
MUTE FUNCTION
CD REPEAT CLOSE DISC SKIP
OPEN / CLOSE
TUNER
ND
3
4
5
6
7
VOLUME
19
PRESET EQ S.BASS
VOL.
13
21
20
19
18
14
15
16
17
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
20
COMPACT DISC COMPARTMENT
POWER/STANDBY BUTTON
DEMO
FUNCTION SELECTION buttons
MONO/ST
PROGRAM/SET
TIMER/CLOCK
HEADPHONE JACK CONNECTOR
TIMER ON/OFF
PRESET/MANUAL(DOWN/UP)
CASSETTE DECK 1
RECORD
PLAY
REWIND
FAST-FORWARD
STOP/EJECT
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
PAUSE
PLAY
REWIND
FAST-FORWARD
STOP/EJECT
PAUSE
CASSETTE DECK 2
HIGH SPEED DUBBING
EQUALIZER SELECTION buttons
POWER SOUND
CD COMPARTMENT OPEN/CLOSE
DISC CHANGE
VOLUME
DISC SELECTION buttons
DISPLAY/AI OFF/SLEEP(OPTION)
PTY/CD REPEAT(OPTION)
1.
POWER/STANDBY
11. TUNING MODE
2.
S. BASS
12. VOLUME INCREASE
3.
EQUALIZER MODE SELECTION
13. PLAYBACK/PAUSE
4.
PROGRAM/SET
14. TWO-DIGIT TRACK SELECTION
5.
SLEEP
15. DISC NUMBER SKIP
6.
OPEN/CLOSE
16. FREQUENCY BAND SELECTION
7.
CD TRACK REPEAT
17. MONO/STEREO SELECTION
8.
STOP
18. FUNCTION SELECTION
9.
CD TRACK OR RADIO STATION SEARCH
19. MUTE
10. VOLUME DECREASE
20. TIMER CLOCK
21. TIMER SWITCH ON AND OFF
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Rear Panel View
Technical Specifications
GB
SAMSUNG strives to improve its products at all times. Both
the design specifications and these user instructions are thus
subject to change without notice.
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
1. SW AERIAL CONNECTOR TERMINAL (OPTION)
2. FM AERIAL CONNECTOR TERMINALS
3. AM AERIAL CONNECTOR TERMINAL
4. AUX-INPUT
5. LOUDSPEAKER CONNECTOR TERMINALS
RADIO
Long and medium wave
LW (OPTION)
Usable sensitivity
SW (OPTION)
Usable sensitivity
MW (AM)
Signal/noise ratio
Usable sensitivity
Total harmonic distortion
FM
Signal/noise ratio
Usable sensitivity
Total harmonic distortion
1000 µV
THIS APPLIANCE IS MANUFACTURED BY:
80 µV
40 dB
500 µV
2%
60 dB
3 µV
0.5 %
COMPACT DISC PLAYER
Capacity
Frequency range
Signal/noise ratio
Distortion
Channel separation
Disc sizes
3 discs
20 Hz - 20 KHz (± 1 dB)
90 dB (at 1 KHz) with filter
0.05 % (at 1 KHz)
80 dB
Diameter: 120 or 80 mm. Thickness: 1.2 mm
TAPE DECK
Frequency range
Signal/noise ratio
Channel separation
Erasing effect
125 Hz ~ 8 KHz
40 dB
33 dB
60 dB
AMPLIFIER
Output power (6 Ω)
Channel separation
Signal/noise ratio
2 x 15 Watts RMS (total harmonic distortion: 10 %)
50 dB
75 dB
GENERAL
Dimensions
270 (W) x 317 (H) x 340 (D) mm
ELECTRONICS
6. VOLTAGE SELECTOR (OPTION)
7. CD DIGITAL OUT JACK (OPTION)
AH68-00039B10317B
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