LG AFFH165A Owner's manual

LG AFFH165A Owner's manual
English
MIDI HI-FI AUDIO SYSTEM
Owner's Manual
MODELS
:
FFH-5600A/L/S/AX/AP
FE-5600E
FFH-8900A/L/S/AX/AP
FE-8900E
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating your
set.
Retain it for future reference.
CH01
P/N: 3828RCD031A
MISE EN GARDE
CAUTION
Cet
de
appareil numerique de la classe B respecte toutes
Reglement sur le materiel brouilleur de Canada.
les
exigences
AVERTISSEMENT
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUENE-PAS OUVRIR
ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE
(FOR
COVER(OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable
ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the
product's enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
building,
within
user
manufacturer's
an
television
servicing
to
qualified personnel only.
CAUTION
Use of controls
or
other than those
procedures
-
which the receiver is connected.
THE CUSTOMERS IN
EUROPE)
If this product is marked with the CE-symbol,
is conformed to EMC regulation 89/336/EEC.
Laser
-
it
means
which
CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED
help.
KINGDOM)
appliance is supplied with a BS1363 approved 13 amp fused
plug. When replacing the fuse always use a 3/5 amp BS1362
approved type. Never use this plug with the fuse cover omitted. To
obtain a replacement fuse cover contact your supplying dealer or "LG
mains
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
ELECTRONICS U.K.LTD".
If the mains sockets in your home differ, or are not suitable for the
plug supplied, then the plug should be removed and a suitable
BEAM.
of
WARNING: OSYNLIG
LASERSTRALNING NAR
fitted. Please refer to the
DENNA
AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG.
ATTENTION: Quand
aux
radio/TV technician for
experienced
This
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO
DEL
or an
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
the limit for Class 1.
exceeding
Consult the dealer
(FOR
component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation
instructions, may cause interference to radio and
It has been type tested and found to comply with
reception.
-
in hazardous
radiation exposure.
(FOR
practical.
-
of
adjustments or performance
specified herein may result
as
a Class B computing device in accordance with the
specifications in subparts J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in
a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user in
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the
following measures:
Reorients or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
SHOCK, DO NOT
not open the cabinet. Refer
entry
the limits for
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
shock, do
of cable
potential to the device.
equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used properly, that is in strict accordance with the
WARNING:
To avoid electrical
point
This
to the presence of
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC
close to the
NOTE:
equilateral triangle is
important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
point
as
The interference
persons.
intended to alert the
AMERICA)
Note to CATV system Installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
The exclamation
CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF
I'appareil
est ouvert,
Warning
ne
pas
s'exposer
radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
on
the interior.
instructions below:
:
The mains
plug
destroyed.
A mains
mains
This label is located
wiring
type
type
severed from the mains lead of this
plug
appliance must be
engaged in a
with bared wires is hazardous if
output line socket.
IMPORTANT
This
Compact
Disc
LASER PRODUCT
is classified
KLASSE 1
LASER PRODUKT
LASER
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
The
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
PRODUCT label is located
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT LASER
on
as a
The wires in this mains lead
player
CLASS 1
following
CLASS 1
product.
CLASS
1
LASER
are
coloured in accordance with the
codes:
Blue
:
Neutral
Brown
:
Live
As the colour of the wires in the mains lead of this
correspond with the coloured markings identifying
plug, proceed as follows:
the exterior.
appliance may not
the terminals in your
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal
(FOR
CUSTOMERS IN
CANADA)
which is marked with the letter N
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS
(POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE,
which is marked with the letter L
OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY
If
digital apparatus meets all requirements
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
of the Canadian
SHOCK HAZARD
Warning
DO NOT OPEN
Pour eviter les chocs
rallonge,
un
coloured red.
used, 3/5 amp
plug
or
at the
:
Do not connect either wire to the earth
with the earth
MISE EN GARDE:
avec une
or
a
distribution board.
WARNING:
-
coloured black.
13 amp BS1363 plug or any other type of plug is
BS1362 approved fuse must be fitted either in the
INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
This class B
or
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
electriques, n'utilisez pas cette fiche (polarisee)
receptacle ou une autre prise si vous ne pouvez
pas y inserer les broches a fond.
2
symbol
or
pin,
coloured green
marked with the letter E
or
green and
yellow.
or
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRCTIONS
FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES
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Ventilation
-
Slots and
in the cabinet
openings
for ventilation and to
provided
operation of
overheating,
CAUTION:
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Read all of these instructions.
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Save these instructions for later
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Follow all
audio
warnings
equipment.
blocked
use.
blocked
and instructions maked
the
on
or
the
Read instructions
-
All the
safety
and
operating
product is
product
should not be
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Retain instructions
The
-
safety
and
operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
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Heed
in the
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Warnings All warnings on the product and
operatiog instructions should be followed.
-
Follow instructions
All
-
operating
and
use
instructions should be followed.
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Unplug this product from the wall
outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners
or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Cleaning
-
Attachments
-
Do not
recommended
by
they
hazards.
may
cause
the
Water and Moisture
near
water-for
use
attachments not
product
-
Do not
example,
manufacturer
use
this
as
product
bath tub, wash
laundry tub; in a wet
near a
bowl, kitchen sink, or
basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like.
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Accessories
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Do not
unstable cart, stand,
the manufacturer's instructions and should
mounting
accessory
manufacturer.
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A
product
moved with
and
recommended
care.
placed
bookcase
or
in
a
built-in
rack unless
manu-
-
Grounding or Polarization This product may be
equipped with a polarized alternating-current line
plug (a plug having one blade wider than the
other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only
one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable
to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing
the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
not defeat the safety pupose of the polarized plug.
-
Power-Cord Protection
Power supply cords
they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them, paying particular attention to cords
at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the product.
so
equipped
protection.
an
-
that
Protective Attachment
Plug The product is
plug having overload
-
attachment
This is
a safety feature. See Instruction
replacement or restting or protective
replacement of the plug is required, be
Manual for
the
device. If
sure
the
service
technician
replacement play specified by
Quick stops, excessive force,
product
a
This product should be operated
only from the type of power source indicated on
the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply to your home, consult your product
dealer or local power company. For products
intended to operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
with
and cart combination should be
surfaces may cause the
cart combination to overturn.
uneven
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use a
by
Power Sources
should be routed
place this product on an
tripod, bracket, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious injury to a child
or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use
only with a stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufactur or sold with the
product. Any mounting of the product should follow
-
as
proper ventilation is provided or the
facturer's instructions have been followed.
operated.
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protect it from
openings must not be
or covered. The openings should never be
by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug,
other similar surface.
This
instructions should be read before the
and to
and these
installation such
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product
are
reliable
ensure
that has the
and
same
overload
has
used
a
the manufacturer
protection
as
the
original plug.
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Lightning For added protection for this product
during a lightning storm, or when it is left
unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage
to the product due to lightning and power-line
-
surges.
3
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRCTIONS
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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product has been exposed to rain or water.
product does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to its normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in
Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna
cable system is connected to the product, be sure
the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to
provide some protection against voltage surges and
built-up static charges.
c)
d)
-
or
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Article 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70 proviedes information with regard to
proper grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location
of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding
electrode.
-
can
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-
Overloading Do
or integral
result in
a
product exhibits a distinct change in
performance, this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts When replacement parts are
required, be sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or
have the same characteristics as the original parts.
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-
-
-
4
-
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
or other hazards.
outlets, extension
convenience receptacles, as this
risk of fire or electric shock.
Servicing Do not attempt to service this product
yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service Unplug this product
from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into
the product.
When the
shock,
not overload wall
and Liquid Entry Never push objects of any
kind into this poroduct through openings as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that
could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the product.
Object
If the
any way.
f)
Power Lines An outside antenna system should not
be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or
other electric light or power circuits, or where it can
fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing
an outside antenna system, extreme care should be
taken to keep from touching such power lines or
circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
cords,
If the
Safety Check Upon completion of any service or
repairs to this product, ask the service technician to
perform safety checks to determine that the product is
in proper operating condition.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by
-
-
the manufacturer.
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should be situated away from
such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
Heat
heat
-
The
product
sources
OPERATING ELEMENTS
FRONT VIEW
BACK VIEW
33
32
OPTION
31
DISC
1
30
29
28
12
VOLUME
CONTROL
27
34
ANT
26
25
34567
24
23
22
21
20
8
19
9
18
AUX
(PHONO)
35
RL
36
L
SPEAKER
R
10
11
12
13141516
38
17
37
FRONT VIEW
Sound
24. CD SYNCRO RECORDING button
button
1.
MDSS(Multi Dynamic
2.
POWER button
25. FUNCTION SELECT
3.
HI-TONE button
26. VOLUME Knob
System)
27. JOG DIAL
4.
DEMO button
5.
UBB
6.
CLOCK button
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ADJUST
7.
TIMER button
?
SKIP
(Ultra
button(TAPE A/B, AUX)
Bass
Booster)
button
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PRESET DOWN/UP
DOWN/UP(CLOCK/TIMER)
DOWN/UP(CD TRACK)
TUNER/BAND, CD button
8.
DISPLAY MODE button
28.
9.
HEADPHONE
29. CD DOOR
socket(PHONES)
10. PROGRAM/MEMORY button
30. CD OPEN/CLOSE button
11. CD REPEAT button
31. DISK SKIP button
12. DECK
32. CD DIRECT PLAY
13.
33. REMOTE SENSOR
A(PLAYBACK)
EQ. PATTERN button(FLAT, ROCK, POP)
buttons(DISC 1, 2, 3)
14. MODE/RIF button
15. RECORD/RECORD PAUSE button
BACK VIEW
16. TUNING
DOWN/UP, TAPE REWIND/FAST
FORWARD, CD TRACK SKIP/SEARCH buttons
17. EQ PATTERN(VACAL, CLASSIC, JAZZ) button
34.
ANTENNA(AERIAL) terminal
AUXILIARY/PHONO(OPTIONAL)
18. DECK
35.
19. MIC
36. SPEAKER terminal
20.
37. VOLTAGE
21.
22.
B(REC/PLAY)
socket(OPTIONAL)
MIC volume(OPTIONAL)
DUBBING(Normal/High Speed) button
PLAY MODE/COUNTER RESET(OPTIONAL)
CD
SELECTOR(OPTIONAL)
38. POWER CORD
23. CD PAUSE/COUNTER RESET
PAUSE(OPTIONAL)
5
INPUT socket
FUNCTION DISPLAY
12
3
4
91 0
5678
1 1
12
1234
29
5678
9101112
13141516
28
27
A
26
13
14
15
REC
B
25
24
23 22
19
20
21
18
17
16
1.
CD MUSIC CALENDAR indicator
16. VOLUME LEVEL indicator
2.
CD SYNCHRO RECORDING indicator
17. TIMER indicator
3.
CD PLAY/PAUSE indicator
18. LEVEL indicator
4.
CD PROGRAM indicator
19. UBB indicator
5.
CD REPEAT indicator
20. HI-TONE indicator
FUNCTION, VOLUME LEVEL, MDSS, HI-TONE,
21. EQ PATTERN indicator
UBB
22. CD RANDOM PLAY indicator
6.
display
7.
FM STEREO RECEIVING indicator
23. RECORD/RECORD PAUSE indicator
8.
FM STEREO indicator
24. TAPE DUBBING indicator
9.
CLOCK, TAPE COUNTER, CD PLAYING TIME,
FREQUENCY
10.
RIF(Radio
(High Speed/Normal Speed)
25. DECK B TAPE entered
display
Interference
Filter)
indicator
26. TAPE DIRECTION indicator
11. AUTO TUNING indicator
27. PLAY MODE indicator
12. DISC NO. indicator
(USE
ONLY AUTO REVERSE
DECK)
13. MEMORY indicator
28. DECK A TAPE entered
14. MUTE indicator
29. CD MUSIC CALENDAR OVER indicator
15. SLEEP indicator
REMOTE CONTROL
1.
2.
3.
4.
1
OPTIONAL
2
5
POWER button
SLEEP button
MUTE button
DECK CONTROL buttons
・DECKA=DECKASelect
・DECKB=DECKBSelect
6
・
7
・
・
RECORD/RECORD
FORWARD PLAY
BACKWARD PLAY
・STOP(
8
PAUSE(
)
)
( ) : OPTIONAL
)
REWIND/FAST FORWARD(
)
MDSS(Multi Danamic Sound System) button
FUNCTION SELECT buttons
・
5.
6.
3
(
910
・
TUNER(BAND)
・CD
4
・
・
7.
8.
OPTIONAL
TAPE
AUX/PHONO(OPTIONAL)
PRESET
buttons
CD CONTROL buttons
・
・
・
PLAY/PAUSE(
SKIP/SEARCH(
STOP/CLEAR (
)
)
)
RANDOM
DISC SKIP
REPEAT
PROGRAM
9. VOLUME
button
10. EQ PATTERN button
・
・
・
・
6
REMOTE CONTROL
Control
DISC 1
DSC
2
DISC 3
DSC
Range
SKIP
OPEN/CLOSE
The remote control device is
CHANGER
16BIT DUAL D/A CONVERTER
designed
for the range
shown in the illustration.
VOLUME
POWER
CONTROL
UP
MDSS
ON/STANDBY
R
PROCESSOR
HI-TONE
DEMO
UBB
NOTE
DOWN
MULTI
TUNER/BAND
JOG
DIAL
CON
CD
ROL
TAPE
A/B
AUX
CLOCK
DISP
AY MODE
COUINT RESET
TUNIN
DOWN
CLOCK
PROGMEMORY
REPEAT
PLAY
MODE/RIF
ROK
TUNING
UP
REC/PAUSE
CDSYNC.
POP
VOCAL
CDPAUSE
HIGH
-
Strong light
DUBBING- NORMAL
CLASSIC
JAZZ
PHONE
PRESET
DOWN
CL
AR/SET
PRESET
UP
obstacles between the remote control
or
device and the stereo
OPEN
Approx.
7m
TAPE A
CONTINUOUS PLAY
MULTI DYNAMIC SOUND
functioning
TAPE B
PLAY
REC/ PLAY
SHYNCRO DUBBING
MIDI COMPONENT
of the remote control.
YSTEM
Notes
30
system may interfere with the
OPEN
30
Batteries
on
Your remote control
Use two
with batteries.
comes
IEC
"AAA(UM-4.
R03)" type high quality
batteries.
When
the
remote
control
fails to
operate
accurately at maximum distance from the unit.
Replace the worn out batteries with new ones.
Install two "AAA" type batteries, observing correct
and
battery polarity(
). Reversed battery
the
unit.
polarity might damage
Do not use different types of batteries together, or
an
old
ones
When you
time,
with
are
remove
new one.
not
going
to
use
the unit for
the batteries to
a
long
prevent possible
electrolyte leakage.
CONNECTIONS
Connection the AUX
or
PHONO
Sockets
OPTION
RL
Two
P
H
O
N
O
record
example,
a
recorders
or
player
with
a
provided on
units(for
amplifier, video
are
connecting
pre
other
tape recorders.)
But if your system has the 'PHONO R/L' sockets, you
A
U
RL
sockets marked 'AUX'
phono
the back of the unit for
X
can
play by connecting
the external
Connection the Loud
recordplayer.
Speakers
Insert the red wire of the
AUDIO
right/left hand speaker into
marked( ) at the back of the unit.
black wire into the black terminal marked(
).
the red terminal
OUT
Insert the
L
Left
7
Speaker
R
Right Speaker
CONNECTIONS
IMPORTANT
Antenna(aerial) Connection
FM Antenna
For the models for other countries
For the
European
and U.K. model
figure
figure
1
2
,
,
3
(aerial) Connection
signals are very weak, no external
necessary, simply connect the supplied
antenna (aerial) wire to the terminal
Unless radio
.
4
antenna is
.
FM indoor
marked FM
1
2
BAND(FM/AM)
AREA
2
3
on
the back of the unit.
BAND(FM/MW/LW)
AREA
MW/LW
FM external
antenna
antenna(aerial)
(not supplied)
For MW/LW
the
AM
loop antenna
(aerial)... included
75 ohms coaxial cable
loop
loop
(aerial)
reception, connect
(aerial) to the
antenna
terminal marked MW/LW
FM indoor
antenna(aerial)
AM
FM external
antenna(aerial)
(not supplied)
Position
it for the
MW
/LW
GND
FM
best
FM
reception
3
3
75Ω
BAND(FM/MW/SW)
AREA
4
2
BAND[FM/AM(MW)]
For
MW
loop
antenna
(aerial)
FM indoor antenna
(aerial)
Position it for the
best
AM(MW) reception, connect
loop antenna (aerial) to the
FM external
the
antenna(aerial)
(not supplied)
terminal marked AM
AM(MW) loop
antenna (aerial)
coaxial cable
reception
FM external
MW
antenna(aerial)
(not supplied)
SW
AM
GND
FM
FM
75Ω
MW ANTENNA WIRE
TWISTED LINE
SW Antenna
AREA
FM ANTENNA WIRE
8
CLOCK SETTING
Example
1.
Set to 9:25 in the
:
Press the CLOCK
button.(If
morning
the clock is
than 1.5
-
seconds)
begin to
The hours
5.
already
set, press and hold the CLOCK button for
Press the CLEAR/SET button.
more
blink.
MULTI
JOG DIAL
CONTROL
TUNING
DOWN
TUNING
UP
CLOCK
ET
PRESETCLEAR/SET
DOWN
2.
Select
a
24 hour
cycle or 12 hour cycle by
DOWN( ) or UP ( ) button
DIAL).
6.
PRESET
pressing
(or turn the
MULTI
JOG
JOG DIAL
Set the minute with PRESET
(
)
button
JOG DIAL
DOWN(
DIAL).
)
or
UP
CONTROL
TUNING
DOWN
AM
TUNING
UP
turn the JOG
(or
MULTI
CONTROL
TUNING
DOWN
AM
TUNING
UP
AM
(24HR)
PRESETCLEAR/SET
DOWN
3.
or
(12HR)
PRESETCLEAR/SET
DOWN
PRESET
UP
Press the CLEAR/SET button.
7.
Press the CLEAR/SET button.
The clock starts
MULTI
JOG DIAL
CONTROL
MULTI
TUNING
DOWN
PRESET
UP
JOG DIAL
operating.
CONTROL
TUNING
UP
AM
TUNING
DOWN
TUNING
UP
AM
PRESETCLEAR/SET
DOWN
ET
PRESETCLEAR/SET
DOWN
4.
Set the hour with PRESET
(
) button (or
DOWN(
DIAL).
)
or
UP
Information
turn the JOG
MULTI
JOG DIAL
CONTROL
TUNING
DOWN
on
the time
AM 12:00
=
midnight
PM 12:00
=
noon
NOTE:
TUNING
UP
AM
PRESETCLEAR/SET
DOWN
ET
When
a power
seconds.
The clock
PRESET
UP
display.
9
interruption
setting
occured
more
than 10
is erased, and "--:--" will flash
on
the
BEFORE OPERATING
Volume
For personal listening
Connect headphone to headphone socket.
No sound comes from the speakers.
Adjustment
Turn VOLUME clockwise to increase the sound level,
or counterclockwise to decrease it.
(Or press VOLUME + or button on the remote
-
commander.)
Sound
MUTE
button(on
remote
control)
Press this button to mute your unit.
You can mute your unit in order, for example, to
answer the telephone.
The MUTE indicator appears on the display.
Quality Adjustment
sound system)
Press the MDSS button to reinforce treble(HiTone), bass(UBB) and surround effect.
The HI-TONE & UBB indicator lights up. To cancel
it, press the MDSS button again.
MDSS(Multi dynamic
MODE/RIF(Radio Interference Filter) button
To switch from mono to stereo reception and vice
versa. If the power of transmission is too weak to
receive stereo FM without interference, switch the
STEREO off.
When a MW(AM), or LW broadcasting is being
recorded, the R.I.F.(BEAT-SWITCH) button can be
used to reduce unwanted "beat" signals and noise,
which were not heard before recording.
Toreinforce bass
Press UBB repeatedly so that the 'UBB-1' or
'UBB-2' is scrolled on the display. To cancel it,
press the button so that 'UBB-OFF' is scrolled.
To reinforce treble
Press Hi-TONE.
To activate stereo sound
You can choose between 6 fixed sound
impressions: select a desired sound mode by
using the EQ PATTERN button.
FLAT
: linear frequency response
ROCK
: more bass, more treble
POP
: less bass, less treble
VOCAL
: put an emphasis on the vocal sound
CLASSIC : for orchestral music
JAZZ
: fill like an jazz club, if effectively creates
the flavor of harmony and mood.
DEMO button
Press this button in power-off or power-on state to
demonstrate for the functions in the display.
To cancel it, press the POWER button or DEMO
button. During the demonstration the POWER button,
DEMO button and VOLUME are operated only.
RADIO RECEPTION
Tuning
in
2.
3.
Keep
2.
3.
in
Press the TUNER/BAND button to select
desired waveband.
2
Press the TUNING DOWN/UP
Press TUNING
Storing
)
Manually
Turn on the power.
Press TUNER/BAND button
desired band appears.
repeatedly
DOWN/UP(
repeatedly,
3.
until the
button to select
a
a
(o r
desired station.
3
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button.
MEMORY appears and preset number blinks.
4
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button
while preset number is blinked.
5
Repeat step
30 stations.
To memorize in
1
to
3
again
to be memorized up to
selecting
or
adding
channel
number.
)
1
Select
until the desired
2
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button.
3
Select a desired channel number by turning
the JOG DIAL or pressing the PRESET
DOWN/UP button, while the MEMORY
appears and preset number blinks.
or
Stations
To clear any programme previously stored in
any memory.
1
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button more
than 1.5 seconds in TUNER mode so that
CLEAR is blinked in the display.
2
1
until the
or
DOWN/UP(
)
button depressed for more than 0.5 second.
"AUTO" appears in the display and the unit tunes
in a station automatically.
button briefly and
station appears.
1.
repeatedly
To memorize the stations in order
TUNING
Tuning
1.
2.
Automatically
Turn on the power.
Press TUNER/BAND button
desired band appears.
1.
a
desired station.
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button again
before stop the channel number blinking.
To recall presets.
4
4.
?
Press the CLEAR/SET button while CLEAR is
blinked in the display.
?
10
Press and hold the PRESET DOWN/UP
()
button until the desired preset number appears
or press it repeatedly.
You can also recall presets by using the JOG
DIAL.
CD PLAYING
To
play
Press
one
one
disc
buttons to start
To
1
2
Number 1 disc
remove
the disc
Number 2 disc
discs
the back
on
In the
(s) with the
Place discs
on
label side up.
two discs
trays
1 and 2.
Discs
Two discs
be
played.
operation
8cm(3 in.) disc, put
The disc
it onto the inner
tray.
compartment.
Press the PLAY (
) (or
button to start
disc
on
remote
control)
no
disc is
Do not
tray.
skipped
and
play
place
tray
damage
CLEAR/SET)
tray will be played
same
button.
Searching
(or
the discs.
one
compact disc
on one
time.
a
nearby
television is distorted, or if static is heard from a
nearby radio, move this unit further away from the
display.
To pause
Press the CD PAUSE/COUNTER RESET
than
more
at the
affected television
(
other discs.
If, during CD play, the video image of
The indicator of the
number goes out in the
Press the STOP
place
the left side
on
conditions may
stop play
for
or
a
radio.
Particular Point in
a
Track
)
button.
Your
play,
skip discs
During play or
press it
can locate a particular point in a track during
play by monitoring the high-speed cueing sound or
observing the CD counter in the display.
again.
To
in the
stop mode, press the DISC SKIP
To search back:
button.
Keep
During play
Play begins automatically
desired
In the
placed
compartment.
disc
to the next
resume
applicable during programmed
dislodge
During playback
To
is not
Do not tilt the unit with discs loaded. This may
the discs. Usage under these
Play begins with the disc on left side tray before
closing the disc compartment. All the discs are
played once only.
proceeds
skipped tray
remaining
NOTES
play.
tray which has
while the other
3. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
disc
To
changed
next.
4. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
A
During Play
2. Remove the discs and
an
to
1. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the
disc compartment.
3.
circle of the
5.
can
compartment is able
recovery.
play.
NOTICE
To load
error
Changing
This
press the DISC SKIP
button to rotate the trays. Place the next disc
tray
of initial unit, disc
disc is
Playing three discs
After placing two discs,
on
case
open and closed for
2. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the
disc compartment.
one or
tray, press the DISC SKIP button
tray.
NOTE:
1. Press the CD FUNCTION button.
Playing
1,2,3)
Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc
compartment. You can remove two discs. To remove
Operation
3. Load disc
DISC
PLAY(
play.
to rotate the disc
Basic
only
of the DISC DIRECT
after
skipping.
the
button
pressed
and release it at the
pressed
and release it at the
point.
To search forward:
Keep
stop mode
the
desired
The next disc is
skipped to, but the player remains
) button to
stopped. Press the PLAY ( ) (or
the
next
disc.
and
all
the
discs are
play
Play begins
played once.
11
point.
button
CD PLAYING
to the
Skipping
Beginning
of
To play all tracks on all discs randomly
Press the RANDOM button to display RANDOM.
a
Track
You
locate the
can
beginning
To return to the
previous track.
Press the
beginning
Press the
step
To cancel random play
Press the RANDOM button
disc.
on a
display
of the current
or
To
turn counter clockwise
once or
to return to the
button
beginning
skip
tracks in the random
button is
play mode
pressed, the next
of
repeatedly or turn countercontinuously to skip tracks
Programmed Play
To
The
skip
tracks
one
by
player has
up to 20 tracks
button
the JOG DIAL
repeatedly or turn clockwise
continuously to skip track(s) forward
1.
one.
a
memory function that allows
three discs in any order.
2.
3.
To play one track repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button to display "REPEAT 1" and
press the PLAY/PAUSE
()
To play one disc repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button twice to
DISC", and press PLAY/PAUSE
button to start
display
()
Press one of the DISC SELECTOR buttons or
DISC SKIP button to select a disc.
Press the
or
button (or turn the JOG
DIAL) to select the tracks.
To select the 6th track, press the
or
button repeatedly or turn the JOG DIAL continuously
until track number "6" is displayed in the display.
4. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 4.
play.
"REPEAT 1
button to start
6. Press the PLAY
To check the
To play all tracks on all discs repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button three times to display
"REPEAT ALL DISC", and press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to start
(
button to start
)
programmed
play.
contents
Each time the PROGRAM/MEMORY button is
pressed in the stop mode, a disc number, a track
number, and a program number will be displayed.
play.
To clear the programmed contents
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button
?
To
repeat only selected tracks
Program the desired tracks, and press the REPEAT
display
"REPEAT 1"
or
stop and then press the CLEAR
?
"REPEAT ALL DISC".
?
To cancel repeat play
Press the REPEAT button
display
so
goes out.
can
also
Turn off the power.
Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button.
1
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button to search
2
for program that the number of track is 00.
Select the desired track on the disc with DISC
SKIP button and
operate the repeat play during playback.
the JOG
NOTICE
3
During the programmed play, you can play
repeatedly one track(REPEAT 1) or all discs
(REPEAT ALL DISC).
During the repeat play of an entire disc, if you select
the programmed play, it is changed to repeat play of
To
1
2
change
[Operating
with
All the tracks
selected disc
on
only
3
the remote
control]
[I]
the
programmed
12
turn
display
program number.
Select the desired track on the disc with DISC
changed
or
[
]
button
(or
turn
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button.
?
?
(or
tracks
NOTICE
The DISC SKIP button does not
all discs in the compartment from the
can be played randomly.
button
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button to
SKIP button and
the JOG DIAL).
Play
or
DIAL).
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button.
the
all discs.
Random
during
button.
To add tracks to the program
that "REPEAT" in the
During playback
You
of
Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button in the
play.
button to
play
over
stop mode.
Repeat Play
()
track is
selected at random. The
button functions only
to return to the beginning of the current track during
random play.
clockwise the JOG DIAL
backward one by one.
Press the
that RANDOM in the
so
goes out.
When the
button
the JOG DIAL one
the current track.
of any track
programmed play.
Random play connot
play.
be done
operate during
during programmed
AUXILIARY FUNCTION
1. Switch
on
the
device i.e. TV
auxiliary
connected to the
or
mounted AUX
rear
NOTE:
VCR,
You
phono
sockets.
see
also record from the
can
auxiliary input
source,
RECORDING section.
2. Press the "AUX" function button.
TAPE PLAYBACK
Playback
2nd
Preparation
You
In
can use
only
normal
A
tapes.
1. To set the cassette function:
Switch the unit
button.(If
4.
and press the TAPE A/B
necessary press the button again to
on
select the other
deck.)
deck
A(or B) of
position. Insert
OPEN
cassettes with the
Playback :
playback with the PLAY button
(front side)
or
(reverse side). The
(reverse side) PLAY
button is not operated in the non-autoreverse deck.
5. Fast forward
cassette deck
tape side
both
by pushing
one or
the
two
facing
the front
played
Option
reverse
deck
or
b)
DECK
B(Auto Reverse)
Unit
:
plays
reverse
B and
the front
stops
automatically
All side
:
tape.
Unit
plays
the front
and
reverse
side in
stops
automatically
end of the
loop
:
at the
end of the
deck B and
Endless
or
side in deck
Like
at the
tape.
but six
times in succession
in deck B.
13
tape.
Reset
tape playing
(
) playing, the tape
during reverse ( ) playing,
counter decreases.
play only.
One side
forward
increases and
DECK A
the
stop.
During
deck B.
In this case, the continuous play between
deck A and B is not performed.
Front side
the remote
to rewind.
Press the COUNT RESET button while
non-autoreverse(auto stop)
A and auto
a)
or on
playback :
STOP(
CLEAR/SET) button.
unit stops automatically at the end of
Tape Counter
and how often with the PLAY MODE button.
of
:
the unit
Press the
Select which side of the cassette is to be
case
on
6. To end
The
In
rewind
control for fast forward and
reverse:
1st
or
Press button
to the bottom and the
cassette side that you wish to hear
in cassette decks A or B.
3. Auto
deck
Start
2. To insert cassettes:
Open
Option
of non-autoreverse(auto stop)
and B.(Front side play only)
case
counter
the
tape
RECORDING
from
CD, Radio
Connected Equipment
Recording
a
CD
or
The CD
Wind up the tape to the
Use only normal tapes.
can
Switch the unit
cassette.
starts.
point recording
record with deck B
1. To select the function
1. Select the CD function.
only.
2.
:
and select CD, TUNER, AUX
on
2. To insert the cassette
Open
the cassette
Insert
a
CD
with
compartment
3. To insert cassette
:
compartment B.
blank cassette into the cassette
the
CD
:
Open
the cassette deck B.
Insert
a
blank cassette into the cassette
compartment.
compartment.
Rewind the cassette to the
3. PLAY
MODE(OPTIONAL)
Select the play mode with PLAY
if you wish to record
one
4. Auto
MODE button,
cassette side
only
of the
beginning
tape.
reverse(OPTIONAL)
Select the PLAY MODE,
if you
record the front side and
for both cassette sides.
or
the
Open
OPEN/CLOSE button, insert discs and close the
CD compartment again.
etc.
and
synchro recording function dubs a complete
programmed titles automatically into a
CD and
Preparation
You
Synchro Recording
only
wish to
for both
or
cassette sides.
4.
Recording
mode
NOTE
:
:
Press the REC/PAUSE button.
If the last title has to be
The
full when front cassette side
REC indicator flashes.
MODE
5. To start
recording
:
Press the REC/PAUSE button
or
PLAY button
5.
are
to be recorded
:
recording begins
and
stops automatically
at
NOTE:
In
interrupt recording :
To interrupt the recording for a short period,
the REC/PAUSE button again.
To continue with the recording, press the
REC/PAUSE button
PLAY
recording
(PLAY
start with the front side
) always
.(Use only auto reverse deck)
one more
The
of the
tape
NOTES
7. To end the
button.
The unit
end of the
new
new
tape after one tape
tape prior to press the
If
player
recording mute mode for 7
starts playing and recording.
:
you
only
want
to
record
before
certain
the
CD
titles,
synchro
recording.
2.
direction flashes.
Press the STOP
enters into the
programme these
the
lamp (below
current recording
recording :
(
CLEAR/SET)
stops automatically at the
Stop deck.(OPTIONAL)
seconds then CD
1.
recording
or
button)
of Auto
PLAY button.
press
time.
pause, the
case
If you want to record in a
continuously, change the
:
When the
To start
The
6. To
NOTE
cassette side.
reverse
the end.
,
PLAY
the
Press the CD SYNC. button.
:
If both cassette sides
MODE
on
if
for the
you want to record the front side or
reverse side(OPTIONAL). The recording begins.
NOTES
and
completely
stopped because the tape is
recording with PLAY
the title is recorded again
tape.
3.
14
If you wish to record from the desired track, select
the desired track with the
/
button
(or turn the JOG DIAL)
synchro recording.
The function change
recording.
before
is not
commencing
CD
impossible during
RECORDING
Recording
(Dubbing)
from
Tape to Tape
3.
Preparation
Wind up the
Use
tape
to the
point recording
starts.
deck
A(playback)
DUBBING for double
The
cassette deck A.
Insert
a
NOTES
recorded cassette and the cassette side
blank cassette in the cassette
a
speed dubbing.
automatically.
starts up
:
4. To end
that you wish to dub to the front.
Open cassette deck B.
Insert
dubbing
The pause function does not operate during dubbing.
The unit can be dubbing to forward direction only.
:
Open
of the
Press NORMAL DUBBING for normal and HIGH
to
1. Select the TAPE function.
2. To insert cassettes
beginning
tape.
normal
only
tapes.
Dubbing only functions from
deck B (recording)
To dub(auto dubbing):
Rewind both cassettes to the
compartment and the cassette side that you wish
to record to the front.
dubbing :
(
CLEAR/SET)
unit stops automatically at the
Press the STOP
button.
The
end of the
tape.
dubbing
while
NOTE
:
You cannot
change
the
of
speed
dubbing.
The volume has
no
effect
on
the record level.
TIMER
Timer
Setting
2
With the TIMER function you can have the radio
reception and recording, CD play, tape play or play
and
recording
from
auxiliary
source
turned
on
Turn the JOG DIAL to select
radio station of the
a
desired
previous programmed
preset numbers.
and off
If the radio stations
at the time desired.
this
are
nothing
in memory,
step is automatically skipped and you
operate continuously from step
3
1.
Check the current time.
case, it will be
2.
Press the
that is received before turn off the unit.
setting
TIMER button to enter the timer
mode.
the button for
(If
the timer is
more
than 1.5
indicator appears in the
already set,
seconds.)
display
function-TUNER, CD, TAPE, AUX
display
3.
3
press
4
flashes in the
5
in turn.
display
Press the CLEAR/SET button to confirm
Set the hour to switch
6
on.
the
on
by turning
the
JOG DIAL.
window. 'PLAY' and 'REC' flashes
7
Press the CLEAR/SET button to confirm
on.
Now appears OFF and the hour flashes in the
Press the CLEAR/SET button to confirm
display.
of the PLAY and REC.
PLAY: TUNER
REC: TUNER
by turning
The minute flashes.
Set the minute to switch
the minute to switch
one
on
Press the CLEAR/SET button to confirm
the hour to switch
in turn.
1
broadcasting
JOG DIAL.
If you want to select the TUNER, press the
CLEAR/SET button when the TUNER appears
in the
the radio
the selected preset number.
and each
-
played
can
; in this
play only
play and recording
15
TIMER
same
9
the time to turn
as
way
4.
the time to switch off in the
Programme
8
Set the volume level
both cassette decks
on.
by turning
When the TAPE time
the cassette
the JOG
5.
DIAL.
Press the CLEAR/SET button to confirm the
if
full of the cassette
tapes;
tape in deck B will be selected first.
The timer-off function will be
case
10
programmed playback,
are
of power-on
by
operated only
the timer
in the
on.
selected volume level.
remains in the
has been
11
display
perfected.
and the timer
setting
Sleep
automatically
switched
1
11
~
except steps
2
~
3
of
the '3. If you want to select the TUNER'.
explanation section.
If you select the CD
Follow
or
1. To
4
TAPE:
can
11
the time until the power is turned
Press the SLEEP button. In the display you
see
and '90' for about 5 seconds. This
SLEEP
means
~
that the units turns off
To cancel
or
check the timer.
Each time the
can
select the timer
To activate
or
TIMER button
that
"
"
2. To check the
check the timer, press the
so
that
lights
up in the
To cancel the TIMER, press the
so
Select the desired time to turn off.
activating or
setting status.
"
in the
display
When
display.
While the
sleep function is active press the SLEEP
briefly. The time remaining until it turns off is
displayed for about 5 seconds.
TIMER button
button
goes out.
NOTE:
the
playback,
if
CD
no
or
TAPE time
If you press the SLEEP button while the
displayed, the SLEEP time is set again.
programmed
disc is entered in the disc drawer
tape is entered in the cassette
deck, the TUNER function will be operated.
or
2.
3.
no
When
time until the power is
remaining
turned off.
NOTES:
1.
pressed the time interval
by 10 minutes. i.e.
80...70...etc.
pressed
you
cancel. You can
"
after 90
before it turns off is reduced
TIMER button is
also check the timer
automatically
minutes.
Each time the button is
4.
control)
specify
off,
of the '3. If you want to
select the TUNER'. explanation section.
steps
remote
the sleep timer is used, the power is
automatically turned off after the specified time has
elapsed.
If you select the AUX:
steps
only the
When
and off at the time set.
Follow
Setting
with
(Operating
Switch the system off.
The selected function is
on
Timer
sleep
time is
cassette
the
3. To cancel the
programmed playback, the
REPEAT ALL DISC will be selected automatically.
When the TAPE time programmed playback, the
mode
play mode will be selected to
automatically.
'
sleep
timer mode
If you wish to stop the function press the SLEEP
button repeatedly until 10 appears, and then press
CD
the SLEEP button
once
again
while 10 is
displayed.
'
AUTO FUNCTION SELECT SYSTEM
This unit has an auto function select system for
various functions. i.e. If a function is in operation(e.g.
radio reception), and you wish to switch to
another(e.g. cassette playback), all you have to do is
select the desired function(cassette playback)
directly, the unit automatically switches to the new
function(cassette recorder).This applies for the
following functions:
1.
On the remote control
TUNER : PRESET
/
buttons
CD
: PLAY/PAUSE(
) button
TAPE
:
REVERSE(
)
and
FORWARD(
PLAY buttons.
2. On the unit
CD
: DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons
(
16
DISC1,2,3)
)
SPECIFICATIONS
SECTION
MODEL
AMP
Outoput Power
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
FFH-5600
FFH-8900
50W+50W(6Ω, 2ch, T.H.D 10%)
100W+100W(6Ω, 2ch,
30~25,000Hz
30~25,000Hz
81 dB
81 dB
T.H.D
10%)
TUNER
FM
87.5~108MHz
Tuning Range(optional)
Intermediate
Freqency
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
(Mono/Stereo, 98MHz)
Frequency Response
AM(MW)
Tuning Range(optional)
Intermediate
Frequency
Frequency Response
SW(OPTIONAL)
Tuning Range
Intermediate Freqency
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(11MHz)
LW(OPTIONAL)
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(254kHz)
87.5~108MHz
or
65~74MHz & 87.5~108MHz
or
10.7 MHz
10.7 MHz
65~74MHz & 87.5~108MHz
63/58 dB
63/58 dB
60~14,000Hz
60~14,000Hz
522~1,611kHz, 530~1,720kHz
or 530~1,610kHz
522~1,611kHz, 530~1,720kHz
or 530~1,610kHz
450 kHz
450 kHz
100~2,000Hz
100~2,000Hz
5.8~18.0MHz
5.8~18.0MHz
450 kHz
450 kHz
37 dB
37 dB
153~281kHz
153~281kHz
450 kHz
450 kHz
30 dB
30 dB
CASSETTE DECK
FF, REW Time(C-60)
130
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
125~8,000Hz
125~8,000Hz
48
48
50
130
sec.
dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P)
dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P)
sec.
dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P)
dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P)
50
CD
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
40~18,000Hz
40~18,000Hz
73 dB
73 dB
GENERAL
Power
Refer to the back
Not
360
x
8.5
kg
Requirements
Demensions(WxHxD)
Net Weight
SECTION
362
x
panel
of the unit.
374mm
Refer to the back
360
10.0
MODEL
x
362
x
panel
of the unit.
374mm
kg
FE-5600E
FE-8900E
SPEAKER SYSTEM
Bass Reflex 2
Type
Way
2
Speaker
Bass Reflex 3
System
System
Impedance
Frequency Response
6Ω
6Ω
50~20,000Hz
45~20,000Hz
Sound Pressure Level
87
87
Rated
50W
Input Power
Max. Input Power
Net Demensions(WxHxD)
Net Weight
NOTE
:
dB/W(1m)
x
3
dB/W(1m)
100W
100W
260
Way
200W
410
x
316mm
4.95kg
260
x
470
x
316mm
6.6kg
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
working life of this product is 7 years since the date of purchase.
The
17
Speaker
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