LG CD-581A Owner's manual
CD/RADIO
CASSETTE RECORDER
Owner's Manual
MODEL
:
CD-581A
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating your
P/NO
:
set.
3828R-A011E
WARNING
Specifications
To avoid electrical shock; do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
Shock Hazard
-
RADIO SECTION
Frequency range
AM (MW:PO)
do not open.
CAUTION
Use of controls
adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result
or
This class B
For the customers in
requirements of
Causing Equipment
exceeding
-
:
Telescopic
:
Ferrite bar antenna
Recording system
:
4 Track 2 channel
Frequency response
:
125-8,000Hz
S/N Ratio
:
40dB
:
35dB
AM
stereo
Compact
classified
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
as a
Disc
player
is
CLASS 1
LASER product.
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
The CLASS 1 LASER
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCT label is located
CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER
on
This label
CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
is located
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
LASERSTRALNING NAR
OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG.
VARNING:OSYNLIG
l'appareil
est
ouvert,
ne
DENNA DEL
AR
on
(Play)
(Rec/Play)
CD PLAYER SECTION
the exterior.
Attention:Quand
(MW:PO)
antenna
CASSETTE SECTION
the limit for Class 1.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Frequency response
:
100-18,000Hz
S/N Ratio
:
60dB
(1kHz)
GENERAL
the
: 3.2Ω x 2
Speakers (Woofer)
Output power (10% T.H.D): 2.5W x 2
Power supplies
: Refer to the
AC operation
indicatedvoltage
interior.
pas
radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
The power switch of this unit is secondly mounted and
does not disconnect the whole unit from the mains supply
on
the bottom of unit
position.
Battery operation
Warning
:
DC 9V,6 "D" cells,
(R 20) batteries not
included
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
appliance to rain or moisture.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
COVER(OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
graphical symbols marked on the bottom or back of
mean the following explanation.
The lightning flash with arrowhead 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
the set
within
equilateral triangle is
important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
point
intended to alert the
user
17W
:
535 x177
Weight
:
4.0kg
Note:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
persons.
The exclamation
:
Dimensions
Power
CAUTION
The
10.7MHz
(Aerial)
FM
product is capable of emitting
This
REMOVE
455kHz
:
Antenna
Europe
Laser component in this
in the OFF
:
frequencies
(MW:PO)
FM
Regulations.
aux
87.5-108MHz
AM
meets all
digital apparatus
the Canadian Interference
s'exposer
520-1,630kHz
:
Intermediate
in hazardous radiation exposure.
radiation
:
FM
an
to the presence of
-1-
Consumption
(W x H x D)
Design
and
change
without notice for
specifications
are
x
250mm
subject
to
improvement.
Location of controls
1
2
4
3
5
67 10
11
9
1
TONE Control
2
VOLUME Control
3
FUNCTION Switch
4
CD STOP
5
CD REPEAT button
6
CD PLAY/PAUSE button
7
CD OPEN button
8
CD SKIP/SEARCH buttons
8
button( )
(
(,)
9
13
12
14
18
15
BAND selector
10
FM STEREO indicator
11
TUNING dial
12Deck B controls
13
Deck A controls
14
CD RPT 1/ALL indicator
15
CD
16
CD Pause indicator
17
CD TRACK indicator
18
CD SYNC indicator
19
PHONES socket
20
RIF switch
21
AC Power input socket
22
Voltage Selector (optional)
23
Battery compartment
17
16
19
20
21
Play
indicator
22
23
-2-
)
Power Sources
Operating the player
(see Fig. A )
A
Connect
one
end of the
cord(mains lead)
located,
Plug
2
to mains
(wall outlet)
AC
supplied AC
to the AC IN socket
at the rear of the
player .
the other end into the wall outlet
Adjusting
1
on
the
.
voltage
If your player is equipped with a
VOLTAGE SELECTOR at the rear, be
sure to set it to your local power supply
before connection the power
cord(mains
lead).
Operating the player on
(see Fig. B )
B
batteries
To run on battery power, disconnect
the power cord from the unit. The
batteries will not be used while the cord
is connected.
When to
+
-
+
-
+
+
---
+
-
+
6 "D" cells
-
+
-
+
(R20)
-3-
replace the batteries
when the batteries
are
all the batteries with
new ones.
weak, replace
Radio
Operation
1
1.
2
CD
2.
FM
ST.
RADIO
Set the FUNCTION Switch to RADIO.
Set the BAND selector to the
desired band.
FM
TAPE
HI-DUBB.
3.
AM
POWER OFF
FUNCTION
BAND
4.
When
listening
to an FM
select the MONO
or
Tune in
using
a
station
broadcast,
STEREO.
the TUNING
DIAL.
3
4
Note:
STEREO
MONO
TUNING
FM
ST.
The FM stereo Indicator will
station is
FM
AM
5.
transmitting
a
light if the
signal.
stereo FM
Adjust the VOLUME and TONE
as
necessary.
BAND
5
LOW
TONE
HIGH
MIN
VOLUME
MAX
To turn off the radio
A
(see Fig.
CD
A
)
RADIO
TAPE
To
improve broadcast reception
(see Fig. B )
Reorient the aerial (for FM) or
player itself (for AM).
HI-DUBB.
POWER OFF
FUNCTION
B
FM
AM
-4-
the
Playing
a
CD
1
CD
1.
Set the FUNCTION switch to CD.
2.
Press OPEN
Insert
RADIO
TAPE
HI-DUBB.
a
(
).
CD.
3.
Close the door.
4.
5.
Press PLAY/PAUSE()
Adjust the VOLUME and TONE
6.
necessary.
To stop play
7.
To turn off the
POWER OFF
FUNCTION
2
.
Press
STOP(
as
).
CD, Set the FUNCTION
switch to POWER OFF.
?
To pause: Press the PLAY/PAUSE
() .To resume play,
PLAY/PAUSE
press the
(
3
?
To
)again.
eject a disc:
Press the OPEN
Do not press the OPEN
(
).
()
during play
Otherwise the disc
Be
4
sure
CD
?
might be damaged.
spinning first.
the disc stops
Skip
To SKIP to the
beginning
of the
current song:
Press
?
5
Press
?
?
LOW
TONE
HIGH
MIN
VOLUME
once.
Press
SKIP
repeatedly
or
over
to
additional tracks.
twice to SKIP from the
Press
first track to the last.
MAX
?
6
once.
To SKIP to the next song:
Press
once
to SKIP from the
last track to the first track.
7
CD
RADIO
TAPE
HI-DUBB.
POWER OFF
FUNCTION
CD Search
To SEARCH
Hold down
-5-
a
song at
high speed:
or
during SEARCH.
?
Volume is reduced
?
Release the button to end SEARCH.
CD
Repeat
REPEAT 1
1
1. Press
STOP( ).
2. Press REPEAT
song
3. Press
2
a
RPT
b
RPT
once
(See Fig.
once
a
to
to select
or
the desired song.
4. Press PLAY/PAUSE(
1
(See Fig.
c
repeat
)
)
)
REPEAT
ALL
REPEAT ALL
3
1. Press
STOP( ).
2. Press REPEAT
repeat
an
(See Fig.
a
second time to
entire CD
b
3. Press
or
the desired song.
4. Press PLAY/PAUSE(
(See Fig.
4
c
RPT
1
RPT
ALL
d
or
program
).
to select
)
)
To Cancel repeat
d
Press REPEAT
a
third time to enter
normal PLAY mode.
A
Notes
B
-6-
on
CD
A
Handle the CD's by the edges,
by the flat surfaces.
B
Don't stick tape to the surface.
Don't write anything on the disc.
not
Playing
a
Recording
Tape
1.
Set the FUNCTION switch to TAPE.
2.
Insert
a
From
3.
Press PLAY
4.
Adjust
(
)
to start
compartment)
playing.
the VOLUME and TONE
as
tape into deck A.
1. Insert a
ST/EJ button to open
(
CD
a
cassette in deck A or deck B
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to CD.
3. Insert
necessary.
CD.
a
(REC). PLAY ( )goes down automatically.
recording from a CD, the disc will begin
playing after 7 seconds.
To stop recording
Press
(ST/EJ) on the cassette deck and
STOP( ) on the CD player.
4. Press
Additional
To stop
operations
resume
play
(PAUSE).
after pause, press
To fast forward, press
To rewind, press
To
remove
5.
ST/EJ.
play, press
To pause, press
To
When
(PAUSE).
(FF)
From
(REW.)
radio
a
1. Insert a
ST/EJ.
the cassette, press
tape into deck A.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to RADIO.
Select the desired band.
For
private listening
Connect a pair of stereo headphone to PHONES
socket by means of 3.5mm jack plug.
NOTE: Stereo
headphones
are
not
supplied
3. Tune in
a
station.
(REC). PLAY (
To stop recording.
Press
(ST/EJ.)
4. Press
5.
with this
) goes
down
automatically.
unit.
To shut off the unit set the FUNCTION switch to
Continuous
POWER OFF.
playback
1.
Set the FUNCTION switch to TAPE.
2.
Insert
3.
Press PLAY
4.
5.
6.
a
Recording Level
recording volume
The
cassette into each deck
recording.
To reduce noise
Press the
ST/EJ button to
remove
during
AM
recording
depending
Set the RIF switch to 1, 2 or 3,
one best reduces the noise.
on
which
NOTE:
Only use normal (ferric, IEC Type I) cassettes for
recording, prerecorded musicassettes using
chrome dioxide tape (recorded bias 120 μs EQ)
can played back, do not use chrome dioxide (CrO2,
IEC Type II) tapes for recording. Do not use Metal
(IEC Type IV) tape cassettes for recording or
playback.
second cassette is finished.
7.
level is preset. Adjusting the
no effect on the
volume and tone will have
( ) button for deck B. The cassette
will begin to play.
Press PLAY ( ) and the PAUSE ( ) button for deck A.
After the cassette is finished playing in deck B, the
pause feature for deck A is released automatically
and the cassette in deck A is played.
Adjust the volume and tone.
To stop play, press the
ST/EJ button.
Note : The unit switches off automatically after the
the
cassettes.
Copying
1.
from deck B to deck A
(DUBBING)
Insert the cassette to be dubbed in deck B.
cassette into deck A.
2.
Insert
3.
Set the FUNCTION switch to HI-DUBB.
an
empty
If you want the cassettes to be dubbed at twice the
normal speed.
For
dubbing
at
regular speed,
set the FUNCTION
switch to TAPE.
4.
5.
6.
Press the PAUSE
) and the REC( ) for deck A.
)for deck B
The cassette will begin to record.
To stop the dubbing, press the
ST/EJ button for
Press the
PLAY(
decks A and B.
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