LG | LX-M140 | LG LX-M140 Owner’s Manual

AP/SAKAL/CM/S&E-LX-M140(Eng)_32D
Micro Hi-Fi
System
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODELS: LX-M140A/X/D
LXS-M140
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating
your set.
Retain it for future reference.
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without
and
specifications are subject
notice for improvement.
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Precautions
CAUTION
CAUTION
Use of controls
adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result
RISK OF ELECTRIC
or
in hazardous radiation exposure.
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
COVER(OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
VARNING:OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR
DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG.
Attention:Quand l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas
s'exposer aux radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle is intended to
The
alert the
to the presence of uninsulated
voltage within the product's enclo-
user
dangerous
This label is located
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
sure
The exclamation
triangle
point
within
an
is intended to alert the
equilateral
user
to the
presence of
important operating and maintenance(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
on
the interior.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1
LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT LASER
This
Compact Disc player is classified
LASER product.
as a
CLASS 1
WARNING
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC
the exterior.
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet,
Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such
as
vases, shall be
placed
on
the apparatus.
Warning:
Do not install this
a
book
2
case or
equipment
similar unit.
in
a
confined space such
on
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
OPERATION
Precautions............................2
Presettingtheradiostations.
TableofContents.......................3
Listeningtotheradio...................11
BeforeUse.............................4
TapePlayback.........................12
SafetyPrecautions.....................4
NotesonDiscs........................4
NotesonRemoteControl...............4
NotesonTapes.......................4
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Adjusting the voltage (OPTIONAL).
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BasicPlayback.......................12
ToStopPlay.........................12
ToPausePlay.......................12
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ToPlayFastRewindorFastForward.
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FrontPanel/RearPanel..................5
Recording............................12
RemoteControl.........................6
BasicSetting........................12
Recording from Radio, CD or Auxiliary
DisplayWindow.........................6
source.............................12
Connections...........................7
SpeakerSystemConnection.
Antenna(Aerial)Connections.
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BEFORE OPERATION
SettingtheCLOCK......................8
SleepFunction.........................8
AuxiliaryFunction.......................8
TimerFunction.........................9
CD to Tape
Synchronized Recording.
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CDPlayback..........................13
BasicPlayback.......................13
ToPausePlay.......................13
ToStopPlay.........................13
ToSkippingtheTrack.................13
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ToPlayFastRewindorFastForward.
ToRepeatPlay.......................13
TocheckMP3fileinformation.
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ToProgramPlay.....................14
AboutMP3............................14
AudioAdjustment.......................9
VolumeAdjustment....................9
XDSS.......................................9
MUTE...............................9
REFERENCE
Troubleshooting.......................15
Specifications
SoundQualityAdjustment...............9
RDSFunction-OPTIONAL...............10
About the
symbols for instructions
Indicates hazards
likely
to cause harm to the
unit itself
or
Indicates
special operating features of this
other material
damage.
unit.
Indicates
tips and hints for making the task
easier.
3
INTRODUC
Before Use
Safety
strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine,
thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static
shipping the
use
spray intended for
the unit
Handling
When
Do not
Precautions
Notes
unit
The
original shipping carton and packing materials
come in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the
unit as it was originally packed at the factory.
on
analog
records.
Remote Control
Remote Control
Operation Range
Point the remote control at the remote
sensor
and press
the buttons.
To
keep the surface clean
Do not
near
use
volatile
liquids, such
?
as
the unit. Do not leave rubber
contact with the unit for a
leave marks
insecticide spray,
plastic products in
long period of time. They will
or
?
About 30° in each direction of the front
Angle:
of the remote
sensor.
Remote control
Cleaning
the unit
a
use a
lightly
solution. Do not
benzine,
or
use
thinner,
are
moistened with
a
extremely dirty,
mild detergent
strong solvents, such
as
battery
cover on
the
rear
of the remote control, and insert two
soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces
soft cloth
battery installation
Detach the
To clean the cabinet
Use
(7 m) from the front of the
remote sensor.
the surface.
on
About 23 ft
Distance:
these
as
might damage
R03
(size AAA) batteries
and
aligned correctly.
alcohol,
with
the surface
of the unit.
Caution
Notes
Do not mix old and
Discs
on
new
batteries.
Never mix different types of batteries
Handling
alkaline, etc.).
discs
playback side of the disc.
Hold the disc by the edges so that fingerprints
get on the surface.
Notes
Do not touch the
Do not stick paper
or
(standard,
tape
on
will not
the disc.
on
Tapes
Preventing overwriting
a
recording
Removing the safety tab(s) of the cassette (with
screwdriver) will prevent accidental erasure.
a
small
Side A
Tab for side A
Storing
After
discs
Tab for side B
playing,
store the disc in its case.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources
of heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
there may be
increase inside the car.
sunlight,
as
Cleaning
a
To record
again,
cover
the hole of the tab with adhesive
tape.
considerable temperature
discs
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
Adhesive tape.
the center out.
Adjusting
the
voltage (OPTIONAL)
If your unit is equipped with a voltage selector at the
back side, be sure to set it to your local power supplied
before
4
connecting
the AC power cord.
Front Panel/Rear Panel
1
15
20
14
2
13
INTRODUC
OPTIONAL
3
12
4
5
6
11
7
10
19
L
16
18
8
R
17
9
1.
CD DOOR
2.
DISPLAY
3.
POWER indicator
4.
POWER
5.
Remote Control Sensor
6.
?
?
?
8.
9.
?
(STANDBY/ON) button
CD PLAY/PAUSE
TUNING
.?
(CD
/
) button
) buttons
CD SKIP/SEARCH (
(
PRESET
?
12.
TUNER
-
?PLAY(
?
?
?
?
?
3.5mm
) button
(
FAST FORWARD
STOP/EJECT(
(
-
()STOP/CLEAR button
FUNCTION SELECT
(FUNCTION) button
?
TUNER/BAND button
RDS
(OPTIONAL)/SET button
MODE/RIF button
15. CD OPEN/CLOSE
TAPE
) button
/
PROGRAM/MEMORY button
(EQ) button
14. XDSS button
) button
(
) button
-
REPEAT button
13. EQUALIZER PATTERN
TAPE
)button-TAPE
REWIND
PAUSE
-
TIMER button
(TUNER/ CD/ TAPE /AUX)
?
) button
(
?
) buttons
/
(
RECORD
CLOCK button
11. VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
CASSETTE Holder
?
?
?
) buttons
HEADPHONE SOCKET (PHONES):
?
7.
10.
TAPE
-
-
TAPE
TAPE
(
OPEN/CLOSE) button
16. VOLTAGE SELECT SWITCH
:
OPTIONAL
17. POWER CORD
18. SPEAKER TERMINAL
19. AUXILIARY INPUT SOCKET
(AUX)
20. ANTENNA TERMINAL
5
Remote Control
11
1.
POWER button
2.
PRESET
3.
CD FUNCTION buttons
?
10
1
?
?
9
2
8
3
7
CD
) button
) button
(
) button
CD SKIP/SEARCH (
STOP(
/
) buttons
REPEAT button
EQUALIZER PATTERN (EQ PATT.) button
?
?
/
CD PLAY/ PAUSE
?
4.
(
XDSS button
5.
NUMBER buttons
6.
MP3 file information
7.
PROGRAM button
8.
SLEEP button
9.
VOLUME CONTROL
display (Mp3 Info) button
(
/
) button
10. MUTE button
4
11.?TUNER/BAND button
6
5
Display
?
AUX button
Window
13
12
1
2
3
11
4
10
56
9
8
7
1.
PLAY/ PAUSE indicator
8.
MEMORY indicator
2.
FUNCTION indicators
9.
TIMER indicator
3.
MP3 indicator
10. SLEEP indicator
4.
CD REPEAT indicator
11
5.
?
?
MUTE indicator
PROGRAM indicator
12. XDSS indicator
RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE indicator
13.
6.
CD SYNCHRO RECORDING indicator
7.
RDS indicator
6
.
:
OPTIONAL
?
?
FM STEREO indicator
FM STEREO RECEIVING indicator
Connections
Speaker System
Connect the
Connection
speaker cords
to the
speaker terminals.
INTRODUC
L
R
otes
?
?
Be
the components: + to + and
to
If the cords are reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack base.
If you use front speakers with low maximum input rating, adjust the volume carefully to avoid excessive output
the speakers.
sure
to match the
speaker cord
?Do not disassemble the front
cover
to the
of
appropriate terminal
on
--
--.
on
supplied speaker.
Antenna
(Aerial) Connections
Connect the
supplied
FM/AM antennas for
listening
to the radio.
FM external
(aerial)
(not supplied)
antenna
FM indoor antenna
(aerial)
AM
loop antenna (aerial)
(Supplied)
Position it for
the best
AM
(MW) loop
antenna (aerial)
(Supplied)
FM external
(aerial)
(not supplied)
antenna
300 ohms
coaxial
cable
For AM
AM
the
(MW) reception, connect
loop antenna (aerial) to the
AM
terminal marked AM
FM 75
reception
FM
FM wire antenna
(supplied)
otes
?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
as
horizontal
as
possible.
7
Setting
1
the CLOCK
Press CLOCK.
Use TUNING
4
(If the clock requires setting, press and hold
CLOCK for more than 2 seconds.)
The hours begin to flash.
() buttons to
hours on the front panel.
correct
set the
-
2
Select
12 hour
cycle or 24 hour cycle by
pressing TUNING () on the front panel.
a
(12HR)
3
5
Press SET.
6
Use TUNING
correct
Press SET and the correct time is shown
7
the
8
Press CLOCK at any time to
for about 3 seconds.
(24HR)
or
Press SET to confirm the selected hour
cycle.
() buttons to set the
minutes on the front panel.
on
display.
display the time
Note
The unit
can
also set the clock function in power off
state.
Sleep
When the
1
Function
sleep timer is used, the
power is
To
automatically turned off after the specified time has elapsed.
specify the time delay before the
turned off, press SLEEP.
In the display window you can see
for about 5 seconds. This
turns off
automatically
power is
that the system
after 90 minutes.
means
Each time the button is
before it turns
pressed the time interval
off is reduced by 10 minutes. i.e.
80...70... etc.
Select the desired time to turn off.
2
To check the
remaining
If you press SLEEP while the
the SLEEP time is reset.
To cancel the
sleep timer
mode
If you wish to stop the function, press the SLEEP button
repeatedly until "SLEEP 10" appears, and then press
SLEEP once again while "SLEEP 10" is displayed.
turned off.
sleep function is active
briefly. The time remaining until it
displayed for about 5 seconds.
Auxiliary
Connect
an
press SLEEP
turns off is
Function
auxiliary
device i.e. TV
or
VCR, via the
Press AUX.
rear
mounted AUX
phone
sockets.
ote
You
can
also record from the
Recording
8
sleep time is displayed,
time until the power is
While the
1
2
ote
Section.
auxiliary input
source, see
Timer Function
With the TIMER function you
have the radio
can
reception
Press CLOCK to check the current time.
1
9
For your reference
If you don't set clock, timer function doesn't work.
2
setting
TUNER-CD flashes in the
window in turn.
turned
play
on
and off at the time desired.
Set the hour to switch off
() buttons
on
the
by pressing
front panel.
TUNING
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch off.
10
Press TIMER to enter the timer
display
and CD
11
12
Adjust
13
14
Set the minute to switch off
mode.
TUNING
() buttons
by pressing
on the front panel.
Press SET.
For your reference
If you want to correct the
memorized TIMER
previous
setting, press and hold the TIMER button
seconds.
The
-
previous
memorized timer
indicators appear in the
3
4
on
more
than 2
TUNING
time and "TIMER"
display.
15
When you select the TUNER or CD function.
"ON TIME" indicator appears for about 0.5
Switch the system off.
The selected function is
TUNING
To cancel
by pressing
on
() buttons
Set the minute to switch
on
the timer set
the front
panel.
setting
?
by pressing
on the front panel.
on
() buttons
on.
"OFF TIME" indicator appears for about 0.5 seconds
in the display window and then disappears
can
so
that
The unit
can
also set the clock function in power off
state.
Adjustment
Sound
Adjustment
button.
(
)
XDSS (Extreme
(
)
to
Dynamic Sound System)
Press XDSS to reinforce treble, bass and the
surround effect. The "XDSS ON" or "XDSS OFF" indicaTo cancel, press XDSS
again.
example,
?
a
choose between 4 fixed sound
desired sound mode
FLAT
:
ROCK
:
POP
:
response
more bass, more treble
less bass, less treble
CLASSIC
:
for orchestral music
Headphone
Connect
a
linear
by using
impressions.
the EQ PATT.
frequency
Socket
stereo
headphone plug ( 3.5mm)
headphone jack.
The speakers are automatically disconnected
you plug in the headphones (not supplied).
MUTE
Press MUTE to mute your unit.
You can mute your unit in order, for
can
Select
to increase the
sound level, or press the VOLUME CONTROL
decrease it on the remote control.
Quality Adjustment
?To activate stereo sound
Press VOLUME CONTROL
telephone,
cancel. You
ote
You
the
or
you can select
also check the timer
check the timer, press the TIMER
that "TIMER" appears in the display window.
so
increase the sound level, or counterclockwise to
decrease it on the front panel.
lights.
check the timer
TIMER button is pressed
To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button
"TIMER" disappears in the display window.
Press VOLUME CONTROL KNOB clockwise to
tor
switched
or
.
?
automatically
status.
To activate
on.
Press SET to confirm the minute to switch
Volume
panel.
or
Each time the
button
Audio
the front
window and then
display
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch
TUNING
on
and off at the time set.
on
-
disappears.
5
6
7
8
() buttons
"TIMER" appears in the display window and the
timer setting has been completed.
flashing.
Set the hour to switch
by pressing
Press SET.
Press SET when the desired function is
seconds in the
the volume level
to
"MUTE" indicator flashes in the
into the
when
answer
display
window.
9
BEFORPATIN
RDS Function
OPTIONAL
-
About RDS
Programme Search (PTY)
This unit is
Amajor benefit of RDS is its ability to encode broadcasts with Programme Type (PTY) codes that indicate
the type of material being broadcast. The following list
equipped with RDS (Radio Data System),
which brings a wide range of information from FM radio.
RDS is a system for transmitting station call signs or
network information, a description of station programme
type text message about the station or specifics of musi-
shows the abbreviations used to indicate each PTY
along
with
an
explanation of the
PTY.
cal selection and the correct time.
RDS Tuning
When
FM station
containg RDS data is tuned in, the
unit will automatically display the station's call sign and
the RDS indicator will light in the Display Window as
well as indicators for the programme type recognition
(PTY), Radio Text (RT), Clock Time (CT) and RDS services programme (PS) if transmitted by the station.
a
RDS Display
Options
The RDS system is capable of transmitting a wide variety of information in addition to the initial call sign that
appears when a station is first tuned. In normal RDS
operation the display will indicate the station name,
broadcast network
front
or
panel enables
call letters.
you to
Pressing RDS on the
cycle through the various
data types in the sequence:
FREQUENCY
(PS
?
?
?
PTY
RT
CT)
PTY
(Programme type recognition)- The programme
type is shown on the display window.
RT (Radio text recognition)- The radio station's name
is displayed on the display window.
CT (Time controlled by the channel)- Enable the unit
to receive the actual time and show it on the display
window.
?
PS
is
(Programme Service name)- The
displayed on the display window.
programme title
ote
Some RDS stations may not choose to include some of
these additional features. If the data required for the
selected mode is not
Window will show
a
PS NONE message.
being transmitted,
PTY
NONE, RT
the
Display
NONE, CT NONE,
You may search for a specific
by following these steps:
1
Programme Type (PTY)
Press TUNER/BAND to select FM mode.
Select
a
desired station
2 TUNING ()
by pressing
.
When the RDS transmission is received, the
display shows the program service name (PS) after
RDS indicator appears.
3
Press the RDS to select PTY mode.
To search for
a
different PTY, press the PRESET
4 () while the last PTY in
to scroll
5
through
use
is still
displayed
the list of available PTY types.
When the PTY is selected, press the
/
within 5 seconds.
The unit will go into an automatic search mode and
attempt to find the next station with acceptable
signal strength
10
that matches the desired PTY type.
the radio stations
Presetting
You
can
preset 50 stations for FM and AM. Before
that you have turned down the
volume to the minimum.
tuning,
1
make
sure
Press TUNER/BAND to select the FM
you want in the
display
or
4
() on the front panel
the frequency indication starts to change,
Scanning
-
The station is stored.
3 to 6 to store other stations.
Repeat steps
6
Press TUNING
then release.
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY.
5
window.
stops when the unit tunes in
the remote
AM
Every
changes alternately.
until
on
() (or PRESET ( / )
control) to select the preset
number you want.
time you press TUNER/BAND, FM and AM
2
Press PRESET
To clear all the memorized stations
Press and hold PROGRAM/MEMORY
a
on
the front
for about two seconds, "CLEAR" appears in
window and then press CLEAR, the stations
station.
panel
the display
are
cleared.
otes
Tuning
?
in
automatically
Press TUNING
Tuning
?
in
more
than 0.5 seconds.
manually
Press TUNING
3
() for
() briefly and repeatedly.
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY
on
A preset number will flash in the
the front
panel.
display window.
For your reference
If all stations have already been entered, FULL message
will appear in the display window for a moment and then
preset number will flash. To change the preset number,
follow the steps 5-6.
a
To recall
presets
Press and hold PRESET
on
1
2
or
AM
you want in the display window.
The last received station is tuned in.
on
the remote
() (or PRESET ( / )
control) repeatedly to select the
preset station you
-
?
Press POWER to turn the unit off
function mode
?
want.
Adjust the volume by pressing VOLUME CONTROL KNOB on the front panel or VOLUME
/
on the remote control repeatedly.
()
?
Use manual
For automatic
()
on
in step 2.
press and hold TUNING
automatic
tuning,
the front
tuning
(CD,
TAPE
For your reference
If an FM program is
Press MODE/RIF
so
or
select another
AUX).
or
noisy
that
"STEREO" disappears
in
display window. There will be no stereo effect,
but the reception will improve. Press MODE/RIF
again to restore the stereo effect.
the
?
non-preset radio stations
or
or
To turn off the radio
Each time you press the button, the unit tunes in
one preset station at a time.
To listen to
control) until the desired preset number
press it repeatedly.
to the radio
Press TUNER/BAND to select the FM
Press PRESET
/
the remote
appears
Listening
() (or PRESET (
To
improve reception
Reposition the supplied
antennas.
otes
?
Use MODE/RIF
switch to
panel.
mono
(Radio Interference Filter) function to
reception if stereo reception is distort-
ed
?
by noise.
When recording the MW(AM)broadcast, beat noises
may
occur.
If it does, press MODE/RIF
once.
11
)
OPERATION
Tape Playback
Basic
1
2
To Pause
Playback
Press FUNCTION
repeatedly
Press PAUSE
) during playback.
Press this button again it to resume play.
to appear TAPE
indicator.
To
Open cassette deck by pushing STOP/EJECT
( / ) button.
3
a
cassette with the
4
To
Stop Play
(
Press STOP/EJECT
or
Fast Forward
/
pressing REWIND/FAST FORWARD (
the front panel during playback or stopping.
)
AUTO STOP DECK
After auto stop deck
).
(
Fast Rewind
tape side to the
bottom and then close deck.
Press PLAY
Play
(
After
on
Insert
Play
plays only front side, the
unit stops
automatically.
/
) during playback.
Recording
Wind the tape to the
Basic
1
2
point recording
starts.
(Use only normal tapes.)
Setting
Select the function
AUX)
(MP3/CD, TUNER/BAND
2
or
you want to record.
Open the
cassette deck and insert
cassette into the cassette
a
Recording
from
or
Auxiliary
source
To
stop recording
Press STOP/EJECT
CD to
(
/
).
Tape Synchronized Recording
The CD
synchro recording function dubs
and programmed titles automatically into
Press FUNCTION button to select desired
recording source, and
()button.
The recording begins.
) button during recording.
Press PAUSE ( ) button again to resume
recording.
(
blank
compartment.
Radio, CD
recording
Press PAUSE
?
3
1
To pause
then press RECORD
1
a
complete CD
a
cassette.
When you select CD function, press RECORD
()button.
"REC" appears and
display window.
"
"
displays
in the
For your reference
When you press RECORD ( ) button, PLAY
button is pressed automatically.
(
)
2
The
synchronized recording is started
automatically after about 8 seconds.
ote
?
If you wish to record from the desired track, select the
desired track with CD SKIP/SEARCH
/
(
) before commencing CD synchro
recording.
?
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The function
change
is not
possible during recording.
CD
Playback
Basic
Press FUNCTION
1
To
Playback
repeatedly
To
to appear CD
no
disc is loaded then "NO DISC" is
displayed.
-
Press CD OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN/
(
and
CLOSE)
place the disc into the disc tray.
an
8cm(3 inch) disc, put
it onto the inner circle
of the tray.
Press CD OPEN/CLOSE
3
OPEN/
(
CLOSE)
close the disc compartment.
Audio CD: "READING" appears in the
time
playing
display
Press the MP3 Info button
win-
The information
will be shown in
-
num-
If there is
(Title, Artist or Album) of the MP3 file
the display window.
no
The "MP3 file name" and "ID3 TAG" should be named
using English.
displayed.
ote
).
can
play
a
contains audio titles
(
Press this button
it to
or
or
CD-RW that
MP3 files.
again
) during playback.
resume play.
Stop Play
Press CD STOP
(
To
the Track
?
CD-R
Play
Press CD PLAY/ PAUSE
To
MP3 file
information of the MP3 file, "NO ID3
TAG" indicator will be shown in the display window.
This unit
To Pause
during
playback.
are
MP3 CD: "READING" appears in the
display window, and then the total
(
OPERATION
to
displayed.
Press CD PLAY/ PAUSE
play all tracks repeatedly
-
-
ber of files is
during playback.
appears in the display.
once
again during playback.
"REPEAT ALL" appears in the display.
To cancel repeat play
Press REPEAT once more during playback.
"Repeat indicator" disappears.
To check MP3 file information
dow, and then the total number of
tracks and the
repeatedly
Press REPEAT
-
4
track
-
ote
To load
one
"REPEAT 1"
To
2
play
Press REPEAT
indicator.
If
Repeat Play
Skipping
) during playback.
Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH
() button
to
go to the next track.
?
When the CD SKIP/SEARCH
pressed
once
(
midway through
a
) button is
track, the player
returns to the start of that track. When it is
pressed again, a track is skipped each time the
button is pressed.
To
Play
Fast Rewind
or
Fast Forward
After
pressing CD SKIP/SEARCH (
/
) buttons for more the 2 seconds on the
front panel, then release during playback, press
PLAY (
) at the point you want.
ote
This function is not available to
play
a
MP3 file.
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CD
Playback
To
Program Play
You
can
About MP3
arrange the order of the tracks
create your own program. The program
on
the discs and
can
An MP3 file is audio data
compressed by using the
MPEG1 audio layer-3 file-coding scheme. We call files
that have the ".mp3" file extension "MP3 files".
The unit can not read an MP3 file that has not ".mp3"
?
contain up
to 20 tracks.
?
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY
1
the remote
control)
(or PROGRAM
file extension.
on
the stop mode.
on
MP3 Disc
Press CD SKIP/SEARCH
2
(
)
/
2.
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY
3
the remote
Repeat
4
(or PROGRAM
on
3.
4.
control).
with this unit is limited
1~3.
Sampling Frequency / 8 48kHz
Bit rate / 8 320kbps
CD-R physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3 files using the software which cannot create a FILE SYSTEM, for example
"Direct-CD" etc., it is impossible to playback MP3
files. We recommend that you use "Easy-CD
-
-
Creator", which creates
Press CD PLAY/ PAUSE
5
(
5.
).
as
follows:
1.
buttons to select the track you want.
compatibility
File
names
and must
ISO9660 file system.
should be named using 30 letters or less
an
incorporate ".mp3" extension
e.g. "********.MP3".
To check program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY
(or PROGRAM
the stop mode.
-Atrack and program number will be
remote
control)
on
the
6.
Donotusespecialletterssuchas"/:*?"<>"etc.
7.
Even if the total number of files
on
more
than 1000, it will
on
the disc have
only be shown
up to 999.
displayed.
About MULTI SESSION
-
To clear program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY
control)
)STOP/CLEAR
remote
(
on
(or
PROGRAM
on
the front
panel
or
STOP(
ex)
)
on
the remote control.
To add program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMORY
1.
(or PROGRAM
on
the
the program stop
mode until "Track Number" blinks.
remote
control) repeatedly
2.
Repeat
2~5.
To
modify program
1.
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY
the remote
2.
want to
control)
modify.
Repeat
2~4.
14
on
contents
to
(or PROGRAM
display program number
recognizes
to a disc of CD-ROM
the
the stop mode. And then press
on
This function
on
you
If there
are
If there
are
the multi session disc
according
type.
MP3 files in the first session, the MP3
file in the first session is only played.
in the whole session, all
of the MP3 files in the session are played.
only MP3 files
If there is Audio CD in the first session,
Audio CD in the first session is played.
only the
Troubleshooting
Check the
following guide
for the
possible
?
No sound.
?
?
playback.
a
problem before contacting service.
?
?
?
Correction
The power cord is disconnected.
The audio cables
connected
The unit does not start
of
Cause
Symptom
No power.
cause
are
not
An
or
?
securely.
equip-
source
unplayable
The disc is
or
placed
?
?
tape is inserted.
?
?
placed upside down.
?T he disc is not
Connect the audio cable into the
Switch
on
The remote control
does not work
The disc is
guide.
?
?
dirty.
pointed
at the
?
a
disc
Insert
a
playable disc
The remote control is too far from the
There is
an
obstacle in the
path
or
equip-
tape.
or
Place the disc with the
Place the disc
tape.
playback side
of the
on
the disc tray
correctly
guide.
Clean the disc.
sensor
?
unit.
?
source
?P oint the remote control at the remote
remote sensor of the unit.
properly.
jacks
down.
within the
?T heremote control is not
the external
Insert
inside the
?
cord into the wall outlet
ment.
tape is inserted.
disc
Plug the power
securely.
securely.
The power of the external
ment is switched off.
No disc
?
?
of the unit.
Operate the
23ft(7m).
remote control within about
Remove the obstacle.
remote control and the unit.
?
The batteries in the remote
control
are
?
Replace the batteries
with
new ones.
exhausted.
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REF NC
Specifications
[Genral]
Power
supply
Refer to the back
Power
consumption
20W
Mass
(WxHxD)
Signal-to-noise
Dynamic range
Tuning Range
Intermediate
[Tuner]
AM
(MW)
[Amp]
60 dB
60 dB
87.5
108.0 MHz
-
Intermediate
450 kHz
60
Frequency
T.H.D
0.5%
Frequency Response
60
100
-
5W+5W
ratio
20000 Hz
-
60 dB
4.75cm/sec
Wow Flutter
0.25%
F.F/REW Time
120sec
Frequency Response
250
to Noise Ratio
-
(MTT -111, JIS-WTD)
(C-60)
8000Hz
43dB
50dB(P/B)/45dB(R/P)
Separation
Erase Ratio
55dB
Type
1
Impedance
4Ω
Frequency Response
100
Sound Pressure Level
88 dB/W
Rated
5W
Input
Net
and
Power
Power
Weight (1EA)
P/NO :3834RH0032D
(MTT-5511)
Way
-
1
Speaker
18000 Hz
(1m)
10W
(WxHxD)
specifications
74 MHz, 87.5
1800 Hz
Tape Speed
Max.
-
522-1611kHzor530-1610kHz
35 dB
Input
65
10000 Hz
-
Signal to Noise Ratio
Frequency Response
Output Power
Signal
or
10.7 MHz
55/50 dB
Net Dimensions
Designs
18000 Hz
-
Signal to Noise Ratio
Frequency Response
Tuning Range
Channel
[Speakrs]
ratio
Frequency
Signal-to-noise
[TAPE]
146 X 234 X 251mm
40
Frequency response
FM
the unit.
3kg
External dimensions
[CD]
panel of
146
x
234
x
182mm
1.4kg
are
subject
to
change without notice.
-
108.0 MHz
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