LG LAT-2521 Owner's manual
Connections
Before Use
Be careful not to touch the
rear side panel of the unit
when removing the unit
from the installation sleeve,
since it may be hot. On this
side the cooling ribs are
located.
The unit is
to
designed
operate only on 12 volt DC
negative ground electrical
Detachable Front
PHONE
Main connector
Precautions:
Connect the main connector to
the female connector
the back
on
Detachable Front Panel
PWR ANT
(Orange)
This lead is for the
connection.
phone
line
Antenna Connection
Insert the
of the
plug
the
rear
Do not
This lead is for the Dimmer line
connection.
cords
jack
at
bring
the
When you replace the fuse,
besuretouseafuseof
specified amperage for each
wire as mentioned in
chapter Connections
Using a fuse of higher
OWNER'S MANUAL
.
This
connecting
MODEL: LAT-2521
cause
amperage may
serious damage to the unit.
Notes:
Use only the parts included
with the unit to ensure
proper installation. The use
of unauthorized arts can
cause malfunctions.
Take time to read this OWNER S MANUAL
thoroughly. Familiarity with installation and
operating procedures will help you obtain the
best performance from your CAR Receiver.
Consult with your nearest
car audio dealer if
installation requires the
drilling of holes or other
modifications of the vehicle.
Do not
use
the front
panel
way of gripping the unit
during installation and
wiring. The front panel may
come away and the unit
may drop on the floor.
as a
the
contacts on the back of the
front panel with a cotton
swap moistened with
alcohol.
vehicle and
the
-
8 Ohm
impedance
speakers. Refer to the
following connections diagram.
receiver is not
to utilize the
vehicle's chassis
the vehicle is driven.
electrical return
as
the
Detaching
or
Press the RELEASE button
() to release the
detachable front panel.
speaker to the radio.
Always use two conductor
wire between each speaker
RELEASE
and your stereo unit.
Button
Notes:
secure
it
using
on
the
or
Hold the right part of the
front panel and pull it
towards you gently.
(Red)
a
by
the
car
display
control
or
panel is not attached
properly. If this occurs,
gently press the front panel.
in any
Do not
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
the front
otherwise
panel
it to
Do not allow such volatile
Place the Front Panel in the
Connect the
drop
subject
strong impact.
or
panel.
Lead
direct
or
sunlight.
Take care not to put pressure
on the display or control
buttons, or drop the front
ignition
area
panel
exposed to high
temperatures
Note:
switch.
all, the unit will
the
put pressure
front
Lead
Memory Back-up
(Yellow)
do not
Do not leave the front
Connect the red power supply
wire to the 12V + terminal
controlled
panel,
the front
The control buttons may
not work properly if the
car, noise
malfunction may result.
Supply
replacing
buttons.
loose,
other than
When
on
Front Panel
part of the
Power
at
the Front
from
path
if the cord is connected to
metal
Push the front panel against
the main unit to reattach it.
part of the
If this connection is
something
the Front
Panel
Panel
vehicle for this purpose.
Periodically wipe
BZ03
Use 4
lead
ground
provided
screw
connection
Attaching
the
metal
a
car
desingned
Connection(Black)
to
hamper
or
parts whose
temperature will rise when
near
Ground
(black)
can
operation.
of the unit.
Connect the
connection
result in noise
system.
Panel Car Receiver
are
locked into
Precautions
(Pink)
that
The front panel of this unit can
be detached to prevent theft.
4-Speakers
they
position.
so
Improper
car
antenna cable into the
securely
This lead is for the power
antenna connection.
of the unit.
Dimmer
(Blue)
Secure the connectors
supplied protective
case.
agents
or
as
benzine, thinner,
insecticides to
come
into
contact with the surface of
the front
Protective Case
Never
panel.
try
the front
to disassemble
panel.
Front Panel
not work.
P/N:3834RR0042B
Location of Controls
23
Sound
Button
Power(PWR/1)
567
4
Adjustment
Press PWR button
Tape Playback
Loudness Function
Press the MD/LD button for
or
any
other button to turn the unit
on.
more
than 2
MUTE
1
PWR
CLOCK
MD/LD
VOL
TUNE
Press PWR button
RELEASE
Note:
POWER
MUTE
12 11 10
13
14
(PWR/1)Button
)
Display
simultaneously.
turn
AS/PS Button
(%)Button
EJECT(
proper Volume level and notice
your setting is memorized
LCD
Button
TUNE
REW/FF(
)
[Button[DIRECTION(bB)]
(+/-) Button
(CLOCK Adjust)
Press the to
MD/LD Button
of
CONTROL UP/DOWN
RELEASE
Button
)Button
momentarily
CLOCK
MD/LD
TUNE
AS/PS
BAND
and clock
for 5 seconds.
displayed
Adjust the
MINUTE
clock within 5 seconds.
Pressing TUNE (+)
adjusts the hour.
button
Pressing TUNE (-)
adjusts the minute.
button
CLOCK
muted
HOUR
MD/LD
Press the CLOCK
button,
display returns to the
previous display after 5
seconds.
TUNE
state on/off.
123
AS/PS
relesing
mode mute
exposed
pressed again.
side
by pressing
seconds. After you finish
selecting modes, the unit
Operating display
Basic
Operation
To
Press
(
remove
the cassette
)
more
button and
display is
by pressing
the TUNE
stations.
Preset
Store
button for
than 2 seconds. The
stored at
now
one
Adjust the Volume and Tone
using MD/LD and CONTROL
preset
Note:
cassette
for
more
than 1 seconds.
5
playback
(AS)
be stored
automatically.
Turn the power ON.
AUTO
buttons
for
6 stations in the selected band
can
Select the desired stations.
(+/-)
Auto Store
compartment, tape
starts
automatically.
station for each
(1-6)
one
buttons.
When the AS/PS button is
pressed,
been
of the
a
Scanning (PS)
of PRESET
PRESET buttons.
When the power is on, if a
cassette tape is inserted in the
Press the TUNE
displayed
stop scanning the preset
(+/-)
and
Repeat steps
each of the remaining
band.
Tuning
are
are
Press the AS/PS button to
of the
one
station has
tape.
Press the BAND button to
frequency
strongest stations
stored. Then the preset
repeatedly.
the BAND button.
PRESET(1-6)
stop playback, press the
EJECT
scanned and
the 6
buttons.
tape end has
UP/DOWN button.
the
preset stations
monitored in sequence
for 6 seconds each, The
are
station number is shown in
the
preset station indicator.
Output
Power ..........................................................40 W
4(Max.)
Power Source ....................................................................DC 12 V
8
x 4
Speaker impedance .............................................4 x 4
Ground System .................................................................Negative
Dimensions(W H D) ..188 x 58 x 166 mm(Without Front Panel)
Net Weight (approx.) .............................................................1.3 kg
Tape Player
Tape Drive System .............................................Full Auto Reverse
Tape Speed ................................................................4.75 cm/sec.
Wow/Flutter ............................................................0.15% (WRMS)
S/N Ratio ...............................................................................45 dB
Frequency Response ..............................................125-10,000
MANUAL
Tuning
Press the TUNE
Tuner
FM
Frequency Range ........................................................87.5-108
this
repeatedly
(+/-)
until the desired
station appears.
MHz
S/N Ratio ..................................................................................55 dB
When the desired station is
Distortion
received, press the AS/PS
button again to stop
Usable
AM(MW)
scanning.
Frequency Range .......................................................522-1,620
(T.H.D. 0.5W)............................................................1.0 %
sensitivity .................................................................10 dBμV
kHz
S/N Ratio ..................................................................................45 dB
Distortion
Usable
(T.H.D. 0.5W)............................................................1.0
sensitivity
.................................................................29
%
dBμV
Select the desired band of
stations to be received.
Press the AS/PS button for
more
than 2
implements.
buttons
Hz
Distortion ................................................................................2.0 %
Note
:
The
design and specifications are subject to change without
notice in the course of product improvement.
seconds, and
then this function
in all
modes:
buttons.
reverses
Operation
select the desired
button, control the
quickly
buttons.
MD/LD
converted
using
been reached.
state is when any button is
be
General
Tune in the desired station
tape direction
automatically
456
BAND
Turn the power ON.
A numeric
the
The
RELEASE
as
VOL
can
automatically
stations
Select the desired band
when the
The
buttons. Stations often
recalled.
PWR
operated
[18FM, 6AM(MW)]
preset using PRESET
listened to
MENU
This button is
be
(1-6)
Mute Button
After you have selected the
proper mode by using the
returns to the initial mode.
indication will be
can
Specifications
The selected band is
24 stations
balance
this buttons within 5
PWR
VOL
tape with
Operation
Memorizing Stations
be
by pressing
both(bB) buttons together.
side to
Radio
MENU
Press the CLOCK button 2
seconds,
volume, bass, treble,
desired function
the
time.
change
can
the control
CONTROL UP/DOWN
Button
once
display
cassette
a
tape direction
using
(VOL u/U)
Setting the Clock Time
to
sensitivity
and fader.
PRESET Station 1~6Button
Press CLOCK button
unit,
Insert
reversed
MD/LD Button
CLOCK Button
(
the
Whenever you
it will operate
at the volume level memorized.
BAND Button
CASSETTE Door
on
the
to bass at low levels.
When you press the PWR button
for 2 seconds after setting the
9
compensate
The
exposed tape
the right. If radio broadcast
is being received, cassette
playback automatically
begins.
the loudness circuit which
boosts to
Turn the power ON.
the
seconds, activates
human ear's lack of
8
456
BAND
to
turn it off.
123
AS/PS
again
Radio
"The
date
working life of
of purchase."
this
product
is 7 years since the
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