LG | TCC-8210 | LG TCC-8210 Owner’s Manual

Installations
Precautions:
Mounting
the unit
Be careful not to touch the
rear
side
when
panel of the unit
removing the unit
Periodically wipe
the
contacts on the back of the
front
Dashboard
panel
with
a
cotton
A
swap moistened with
alcohol.
from the installation
Installation
sleeve
sleeve, since it may be
hot. On this side the
cooling
ribs
located.
are
Detachable Front
The unit is
Panel Car Receiver
negative ground
designed
operate only
to
12 volt DC
on
Bend the claws
according to the
thickness
of the dashboard.
electrical
system.
OWNER'S MANUAL
specified
each wire
MODEL:TCC-8210
amperage for
mentioned in
as
chapter Connections
Using a fuse of higher
Take time to read this OWNER S MANUAL
When removing the
unit from the
installation sleeve
When you replace the
fuse, be sure to use a fuse
of
Notes:
Use
.
amperage may
serious damage to the unit.
thoroughly. Familiarity
operating procedures will help you obtain the
best performance from your CAR Receiver.
only the parts
with the unit to
cause
with installation and
Consult with your nearest
car audio dealer if
In the event of abnormal
installation
press down on the
RESET button, located behind
operation,
drilling
Do not
object).
or
other
use
the front
panel
way of gripping the
unit during installation and
as a
the RESET button will
all control
of holes
the
modifications of the vehicle.
the Front Panel, for 2 seconds
or more, with a pencil tip (or
Pressing
requires
settings.
wiring.
If you need to remove the unit
from the installation sleeve,
proceed
as
follows.
Remove the
supporter
rear
from the unit.
Remove the front
malfunctions.
cause
erase
included
ensure
proper installation. The use
of unauthorized arts can
Reset Button
other non-metallic
A
FUNC
panel
from
the unit.
Insert the lever
A
into hole
side of the unit, and
the lever toward you.
on one
pull
Do the
same
operation on
pull out
the other side and
the unit from the installation
sleeve.
The front
panel may
away and the unit
may drop on the floor.
come
Reset button
P/N:3828R-F014Q
Connections
Detachable Front Panel
Main connector
Connect the main connector to
the female connector
on
the back
of the unit.
Antenna Connection
Insert the
plug
of the
car
antenna cable into the
the
rear
jack
at
of the unit.
Connect the ground lead
(black) to a metal part of
the vehicle and
using
secure
screw
it
provided
the vehicle for this
purpose.
If this connection is loose,
if the cord is connected
or
to
something
other than
a
metal part of the car, noise
or malfunction may result.
Power
all, the unit will not work.
Supply
Lead
(Red)
of the power
blue with
a
suitable to many automatic
antenna. This lead is not to be
car
ignition
between each
the radio.
from the
Always
two conductor wire
speaker
and
your stereo unit.
Detaching
the Front
Panel
FUNC
connection
RELEASE
FUNC
Use 4~8Ohm
impedance
Button
Notes:
When
FUNC
Front Panel
Do not leave the front
FUNC
antenna is
Note:
antenna will be
Take care not to put pressure
on the display or control
buttons, or drop the front panel.
on.
as a
This
connection for
have
Using
a
can
remote
that
amplifiers
sensing lead.
this connection will allow
simultaneous
turning
the radio and
an
amplifier.
benzine, thinner,
Place the Front Panel in the
agents
supplied protective
Protective Case
insecticides to come into
contact with the surface of
the front panel.
Front Panel
Never try to disassemble
the front panel.
case.
on/off of
external
panel in any area exposed
to high temperatures or
direct sunlight.
Do not drop the front panel
or otherwise subject it to
strong impact.
Do not allow such volatile
also be
remote turn-on wire
The control buttons may
not work properly if the
front panel is not attached
properly. If this occurs,
gently press the front
panel.
Antenna Jack
Line Out Jack
used
replacing the front
do not put pressure
on the display or control
buttons.
panel,
Hold the right part of the
front panel and pull it
towards you gently.
(Optional)
automatically
the Front
Push the front panel against
the main unit to reattach it.
4-Speakers
Signal
antenna. If an automatic car
used, when
connecting the lead, the
Attaching
Panel
Press the RELEASE button
(
)to release the
detachable front panel.
speakers. Refer to the
following connections
diagram.
used with non-automatic
is turned
the
use
Secure the connectors
securely so that they are
locked into position.
Improper connection can
result in noise or hamper
the
separate lead,
a
controlled
by
is driven.
as
path
male terminal
extened when the main switch
switch.
vehicle's chassis
speaker to
Antenna
Your will find
near
The front panel of this unit can
be detached to prevent theft.
to utilize the
will rise when the vehicle
amplifier.
Power Antenna
Lead/External
Amplifier Remote
Turn-on Lead
receiver is not
electrical return
Connect to the Line-in RCA
jacks
car
desingned
parts whose temperature
operation.
Connect the red power supply
+ terminal
wire to the 12V
Do not bring the
connecting cords
Jacks(Optional)
Connection(Black)
on
yellow memory
power supply wire to a 12V +
terminal that is always supplied
with power regardless of the
vehicle s ignition switch
position. If this connection is
made incorrectly or is not made
Line Out
Ground
the
Connect the
at
This
Precautions
Memory Back-up
Lead (Yellow)
as
or
Power ON and OFF
1
2
3
4
5
CONTROL UP/DOWN
EJECT
RELEASE
Press
POWER/MUTE(
button
or
)
AMS
13
12
11
FUNC
AS/PS
Press
control the desired function
10
9
POWER/MUTE(
more
)
than 2
seconds to turn it off.
8
Note:
MODE/LOUD(MD/LD) button,
by pressing
this buttons
within 5 seconds. After you
finish selecting modes, the
unit returns to the initial
POWER/MUTE
(
PRESET Button
)Button
TUNE/AMS +/- Button
AS/PS, AMS ON/OFF Button
(FF/REW, CLOCK Adjust)
BAND, DIRECTION(
CASSETTE Door
Button
LCD
)
RELEASE(
CONTROL UP/DOWN
Button
)
Button
FUNCTION(FUNC)
CLCOK
(
MODE/LOUD(MD/LD)
button for
more
)Button
modes:
converted
bass at low levels.
this
FUNCTION(FUNC)
Button
This button
over
serves
to switch
between the audio
at cassette
sources
operation(cassette
momentarily to display the
Press the CLOCK button for
The
MD/LD
relesing
HOUR
CLOCK
MODE/LOUD(MD/LD)
MINUTE
Button
seconds.
Pressing TUNE/AMS +
button adjusts the hour.
Press the CLOCK button,
Press the to
the
Pressing TUNE/AMS
button adjusts the minute.
of volume, bass, treble, balance
and fader.
seconds.
-
Basic
Operation
display
previous display
Switching
audio
Turn the power ON.
nsert a cassette
returns to the
with
tape
the
exposed tape side to the
right. If radio broadcast is
being received, cassette
playback automatically
begins.
after 5
between
Music search may not
properly for the
sources
over
and radio
between cassette
operation
if the
even
over
cassette
to radio
operation
stopped.
tape is
following types of recordings.
This is due to the
and is not
a
There
are
FUNC
456
exposed
side
-
A blank space is less than
4 seconds
-
long.
A track includes
a
long
pause or continues at low
volume for several seconds.
recording
malfunction of
noises in the
spaces between tracks.
The tape direction
can
be
reversed
by pressing
DIRECTION (
) button.
The tape direction
reverses
automatically
when the tape end
has been reached.
To stop
EJECT
(
TRACK 1
tracks
on a
While the
track
play
playback,
) button and
remove
During searching "AMS"
display.
show in the
than 2 seconds, and
then this function
implements.
The selected band is
automatically
scanned and
the 6 strongest stations
stored. Then the preset
stations
are
are
displayed
repeatedly.
Press the AS/PS button to
stop scanning the preset
stations.
Preset
Scanning (PS)
Store a station for each one
of PRESET (1-6) buttons.
When the AS/PS button is
the preset stations
monitored in sequence
pressed,
are
Tune in the desired station
using the TUNE +/- buttons.
for 5 seconds each, The
station number is shown in
the preset station indicator.
Press
When the desired station is
one
of the
button for
than 2 seconds. The
received, press the AS/PS
again to stop scanning.
button
General
Power ...................................................45 W 4(Max.)
Power Source ........................................................DC 12-15 V
Output
Speaker impedance.......................................4 x 4 or 8 x 4
Ground System ..........................................................Negative
Dimensions(W H D)188 x 58 x 166 mm(Without Front Panel)
Net Weight ......................................................................1.3 kg
S/N Ratio.........................................................................50 dB
Hz
Frequency Range .................................................87.5-108
TRACK 1
TRACK 2
Tape
Direction
10sec
ONCE
MHz
S/N Ratio ...........................................................................60 dB
Distortion (T.H.D. 0.5W)......................................................0.5%
Channel Separation ...........................................................30 dB
AM(MW)
Frequency Range
will
Press the AS/PS button for
more
FM
playing,
next(before)
Select the desired band of
stations to be received.
Tuner
ONCE
cassette.
the
automatically.
Turn the power ON.
Direction
before
track.
press the
Tape
the
cassette deck will search for
be stored
Frequency Response...........................................40-14000
press the
AMS +/- button. The
and
TRACK 2
receiver has the
ability (by searching
gaps) to quickly find
beginning of next or
can
Tape Drive System ......................................Full Auto Reverse
Tape Speed .........................................................4.75 cm/sec.
Wow/Flutter .......................................................0.2% (WRMS)
(AMS)
car
Adjust the Volume and Tone
using MODE/LOUD
(MD/LD) and CONTROL
UP/DOWN() button.
(AS)
6 stations in the selected band
Tape Player
the
Auto Music Search
Your
appears.
Auto Store
station has now been
stored at one of the preset
buttons.
RELEASE
BAND
MANUAL Tuning
Press the TUNE +/buttons repeatedly until
the desired station
more
EJECT
MD/LD
Select the desired stations.
PRESET(1-6)
the unit.
-
cassette remains inserted. If you
switch
the control
function
Using the button FUNCTION
(FUNC). This button serves to
switch
change
band.
Select the desired band
using the BAND button.
pressed again.
BAN
displayed for 5 seconds.
Adjust the clock within 5
frequency
recalled.
state is when any button is
than 2 seconds, and
clock indication will be
more
Press the BAND button to
select the desired
for
5
PRESET buttons.
press the FUNCTION
(FUNC) button shortly
[18FM, 6AM(MW)]
can be preset using PRESET
(1-6) buttons. Stations often
listened to can be quickly
mode mute
and
Repeat steps
remaining
each of the
selection
Memorizing Stations
state on/off.
time.
source
24 stations
POWER/MUTE(
) button
is operated as muted
once
For Radio
radio)
Mute Function
Press CLOCK button
display is
by pressing
buttons.
than 2 seconds,
activates the loudness circuit
which boosts to compensate the
human ear's lack of sensitivity to
Button
Button
Press the
in all
Operating display
A numeric
Loudness Function
Button
MODE/LOUD(MD/LD)
Display
EJECT(
)
memorized.
Operation
AUTO Tuning
Press the TUNE +/buttons for more than 1
seconds.
mode.
Whenever you turn on the unit, it
will operate at the volume level
Basic
Turn the power ON.
After you have selected the
proper mode by using the
button for
7
123456
)
any other button to
turn the unit on.
MD/LD
BAND
Button(
6
.................................................522-1620 kHz
S/N Ratio ...........................................................................50 dB
Distortion (T.H.D. 0.5W)......................................................0.5%
the cassette tape.
Fast forwarding and
rewinding
the tape
*
Fast
Note
forwarding tapes
Press the TUNE/AMS
:
+
button.
*
Rewinding tapes
:
Press the TUNE/AMS
button.
-
:
The design and specifications are subject to change
without notice in the course of product improvement.
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