PETERSBURG_LPX-M930/M935(ENG)-27M CD/RADIO CASSETTE RECORDER OWNER'S MANUAL MODEL: LPX-M930A/X/S LPX-M935A/X/S Please read this manual carefully before operating your set. Retain it for future reference. Designs and specifications are subject improvement. to without notice for CD-R/RW change Precautions CAUTION Use of controls CAUTION procedures RISK OF ELECTRIC or adjustments or performance of specified herein may other than those result in hazardous radiation exposure. SHOCK DO NOT OPEN Laser tion component in this product is capable exceeding the limit for Class 1. of radia- emitting CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE 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 DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG. Attention:Quand Explanation Graphical Symbols: The an lightning flash with equilateral triangle arrowhead within symbol, is intended to alert the to the presence of uninsulated product's enclosure that may be of suffimagnitude to constitute a risk of electric point is intended to alert the important operating instructions in the within user an l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas radiations invisibles du faisceau laser. This label is located shock to persons. The exclamation aux DENNA user dangerous voltage within the cient s'exposer NAR equilateral triangle to the presence of and maintenance(servicing) 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 Disc player is classified CLASS 1 LASER WARNING Compact product. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOIS- as a on the exterior. TURE. To avoid electrical icing The to qualified shock, do not open the cabinet, Refer serv- shall not be This product is manufactured requirements of EEC ference personnel only. to with the radio inter- comply DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC. to apparatus exposed dripping splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, shall on the be vases, placed apparatus. or such as Do not install this book equipment in a confined space such a case or similar unit. Table of Contents INTRODUCTION Precautions/TableofContents................2 BeforeUse.................................3 SafetyPrecautions.........................3 NotesonDiscs............................3 NotesonTapes...........................3 FrontPanel................................4 RearPanel/DisplayWindow...................5 RemoteControl.............................5 OPERATION PowerSource...............................6 TheACPowerCordConnection..............6 BatteryInstallation.........................6 .6 Adjustingthevoltage(OPTIONAL). SpeakerConnection........................6 AudioAdjustment...........................7 VolumeAdjustment.........................7 UBB/EQAdjustment.......................7 SettingtheCLOCK...........................7 . . . . . . . . . . SLEEPFunction.............................7 SettingtheTIMER...........................8 OtherFunction..............................8 2 RadioOperation.............................9 Presettingtheradiostations..................9 Listeningtotheradio.......................9 TapeOperation..............................9 BasicPlayback............................9 ToPausePlay/ToStopPlay.................9 .9 ToPlayRewindorFastForward. ContinuousPlay...........................9 CD/MP3Operation..........................10 BasicPlayback...........................10 ToPausePlay...........................10 ToStopPlay.............................10 ToSkiptheTrack.........................10 . . . . . . . . . . . . ToSearchtheTrack.......................10 ToRepeatPlay...........................10 ToProgramPlay..........................10 Recording.................................11 BasicRecording..........................11 CDSynchronizedRecording................11 Specifications......................BackCover Before Use Safety Precautions shipping the 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. To 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 the unit Handling When Cleaning the center out. keep the surface clean Do not use volatile liquids, such as the unit. Do not leave rubber near contact with the unit for leave marks Cleaning a insecticide spray, or long period plastic products in of time. They will the surface. on a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces soft cloth use a lightly solution. Do not benzine, or use thinner, are moistened with a extremely dirty, mild detergent strong solvents, such as these as might damage alcohol, the surface on Notes analog on Tapes Preventing record records. Removing the tab(s) of the cassette (with driver) will prevent accidental erasure. of the unit. Notes strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static use spray intended for the unit To clean the cabinet Use Do not a small screw- Side A Discs Tab for side A Handling discs Do not touch the Hold the disc get on by playback side of the disc. edges so that fingerprints the will not Tab for side B the surface. Do not stick paper or tape on the disc. To record again, cover the hole of the tab with adhesive tape. Storing After discs 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 as there may be increase inside the car. sunlight, a Adhesive tape. considerable temperature 3 INTRODUC Front Panel LPX-M930A/X/S Model 18 1 17 2 16 15 14 3456789 13 12 11 910 LPX-M935A/X/S Model 18 1 17 2 16 15 14 3456789 13 12 11 910 1. REMOTE SENSOR 2. POWER 3. ? 4. button MEMORY button ? PROG./SET button ? PRESET ?TIME( 5. (STANDBY/ON) ) buttons )buttons / MICROPHONE(MIC) 6. HI-DUBBING 7. TAPE DOOR 8. ? SOCKET ( ) button 11. button CD SKIP/SEARCH / 10. ? ? RECORD ( TAPE PLAY REC) ( 4 TAPE PLAY button ? TAPE PAUSE ? button ST/EJ) ( PAUSE) button PLAY DIRECTION ( DIR) (LPX-M935A/X/S model) button MODE/RIF/REPEAT button ? TIMER button ? CLOCK button ) buttons 14. VOLUME TAPE) button / ?PLAYMODE( (LPX-M935A/X/S model) ? F.FWD) (TAPE B ( / ) DECK) button 15. FUNCTION SELECT button PLAY) button ( 13. UBB button and indicator ( LEFT/RIGHT SPEAKER REW) TAPE STOP/TAPE DOOR OPEN 12. TAPE DOOR ? ? ( ? ( 3.5mm) ?CDSTOP( )button TUNING (-/+) buttons 9. FAST FORWARD ? ON/ ( OFF) (TAPE A DECK) CD PLAY/PAUSE REWIND ? ( / ( ? PLAY ( ) (LPX-M935A/X/S model) )button button buttons or (TUNER/BAND, CD/MP3, indicator 16. DISPLAY WINDOW 17. CD DOOR OPEN 18. CD DOOR ( ) button Rear Panel/Display Window 1 891 011 12 13 TIMER OFF STEREO 7 MEMORY 2 TIMER ON MP3 INTRODUC 6 ROCK FLAT CLASSIC SYNCHRO SLEEP REPEAT 1 ALL 17 16 15 345 1. FM ANTENNA 10. MP3 indicator 2. SPEAKER RELEASE LEVER 11. TIMER ON indicator 3. BATTERY COMPARTMENT 12. TIMER OFF indicator 4. AC POWER INPUT SOCKET 13. STEREO indicator 5. VOLTAGE SELECTOR 14. 6. SPEAKER INPUT SOCKET (OPTIONAL) EQUALIZER PATTERN (FLAT, ROCK, CLASSIC, POP) (R/L) 15. indicator REPEAT indicator 7. HEADPHONE SOCKET 8. CD PLAY/PAUSE indicator 16. SLEEP indicator 9. MEMORY indicator 17. CD SYNCHRO (OPTIONAL) 14 POP recording indicator Remote Control 11 1 10 1. POWER button 2. PRESET ( / button ) 3. SLEEP button 2 3 789 4 4. CD FUNCTION buttons ? ?CDSTOP( ? 6 CD PLAY/PAUSE ( ) button )button CD SKIP/SEARCH ( / ) button 5. NUMBER buttons 6. CD REPEAT button 7. PROGRAM button 5 8. TUNER/BAND button 9. VOLUME ( / ) button 10. MUTE button 11. EQUALIZER (EQ) button 5 Power Source The AC Power Cord Connection connecting the AC power cord, check that the operating voltage of your unit is identical with the voltage of your local power supplied. 1 Connect 2 one (supplied) Plug before the AC power cord. connecting Connection To attach the 1 2 the other end into the wall outlet. 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 Speaker end of the AC power cord to the AC IN socket located at the backside of your unit. 3 the Adjusting Before Position the ribs on speaker speaker guide slots with the guide the unit. Gently push the speaker downwards until the speaker release lever automatically locks the speaker into place. ote Unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet if you use for an extended period of time. do not to Battery Installation 3 UNIT Press and open the 1 2 battery Plug the right and left speaker leads into the speaker socket and "L" speaker socket "R" located at the backside of your main unit. cover. eight "D" (R20) type batteries and four "AA" (R6) type batteries into the compartment making sure the and are correctly positioned. Put Replace 3 the battery cover. 1 1 2 2 To detach the 1 2 Remote Control Press and open the 1 2 3 Put two "AAA" battery cover. the To avoid damage cover. from ? an When the batteries with ? During are unit weak, replace all the batteries the AC power cord connect to the wall outlet, are speaker not worn out. leads. release lever and slide the up. 1 new ones. the batteries 6 possible battery leakage, plan to use the the batteries if you do not extended period of time. remove for Press the speaker speaker speaker 2 battery ote ? the (R03) batteries into the compartment. Replace Unplug Audio Volume Adjustment Adjustment Press VOLUME (Unit: ) to Remote control: UBB / EQ Remote control: , ) to increase the sound level, or press the VOLUME (Unit: , decrease it. Adjustment UBB Repeatedly press UBB to emphasize the bass sound. "UBB ON" indicator appears in the display window. To cancel it, press this button again. "UBB OFF" indicator appears in the display window. EQ Repeatedly press EQUALIZER (EQ) [Remote control] to select one of four sound effect (FLAT, ROCK, CLAS- SIC, POP). The EQ indicator will be shown in the Press CLOCK. (If the clock is CLOCK for 2. Select a pressing requires setting, press more than 2 seconds.) and hold 12 hour TIME control: cycle or 24 hour cycle by (unit: / ) or PRESET (remote /) buttons. (12HR) 3 window. the CLOCK Setting 1 display (24HR) or Press SET to confirm the selected hour 4 5 6. 7 8 Use TIME trol: (unit: / ) or PRESET (remote con- to set the correct hours. /) Press SET. Use TIME trol: (unit: / ) or PRESET (remote Press SET and the correct time is shown the con- to set the correct minutes. /) on display. Press CLOCK at any time to for about 5 seconds. display the time cycle. SLEEP Function When the 1 To sleep specify timer is used, the power is the time delay automatically before the power is turned off, press SLEEP. In the display window you about 5 seconds. This turns off automatically can see "SLEEP 90" for that the system after 90 minutes. means Each time the button is pressed the time interval by 10 minutes. i.e. before it turns off is reduced 80...70... etc. Select the desired time to turn off. turned off after the 2 specified To check the time has remaining elapsed. time until the power is turned off. While the sleep function is active briefly. The time remaining until it played for about 5 seconds. press SLEEP turns off is dis- ote If you press SLEEP while the the SLEEP time is reset. To cancel the sleep sleep time is displayed, 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. 7 OPERATION the TIMER Setting ? This function is ? Select your desired radio station automatically turned or on and off at the time you want. press CD and load a disc. Press CLOCK to check the current time. 1 For your reference If you don't set clock, timer function doesn't work. Press TIMER to enter the timer 2 mode. setting "TIMER ON" appears in the display window. "TUN-CD" flash in the display window in turn. The previous memorized timer TIMER indicators appear in the on time and "TIMER ON" appears in the display window. (If you select "TUNA", select a station you want TIME ( / 4 5 by ). Set the hour to switch on the minute 10 Set (/). 11 Adjust the 12 TIME( ). 13 volume level / Switch the system off. The selected function is and off at the time set. To cancel setting Press SET to confirm the hour to switch Set the minute to switch / TIME( on on. by pressing ). Press SET to confirm the minute to switch "TIMER OFF" appears in the window. to switch off by pressing TIME by pressing or automatically switched on check the timer Each time the TIMER button is pressed you can select the timer set or cancel. You can also check the timer by pressing TIME (/). 6 7 Press SET to confirm the hour to switch off. 14 flashing. pressing by pressing ). Press SET. "TIMER ON TIMER OFF" appears in the display window and the timer setting has been completed. display) Press SET when the desired function is 3 / TIME( Press SET. you want to correct the previous memorized TIMER setting, press and hold the TIMER button more than 2second (If - Set the hour to switch off 8 9 status. To activate or check the timer, press the TIMER button so that "TIMER ON TIMER OFF" appears in the display window. To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button so that "TIMER ON TIMER OFF" disappears in the display window. on. display ote The unit can also set the clock function in power off state. Other Function Headphone Socket (optional) ? ? Connect DUBBING headphone plug ( 3.5mm) headphone jack. The speakers are automatically disconnected you plug in the headphones (not supplied). a stereo into the when 1 Using Microphone You sing to a music source by connecting microphone ( 3.5mm) to the unit. can Connect your microphone (not MICROPHONE (MIC) SOCKET. 1 2 3 Sing along a a supplied) music you want. Play with the For your reference can record during accompaniment. using microphone. "Recording" explanation section. ?You can't record with microphone during normal speed or double speed dubbing. 8 to the 2 3 4 To ?You - This function shows how to record from tape to tape at normal speed or double speed. Refer to the Insert a playback tape and insert a blank to dub into TAPE B DECK tape into TAPE A DECK. Press HI DUBBING select normal ( speed Press TAPE PAUSE (R EC) ( ON/ or double PAUSE) OFF) button speed. and RECORD of TAPE A DECK. Press TAPE PLAY [ PLAY or PLAY (LPX-M935A/X/S model)] of TAPE B DECK. stop dubbing, press TAPE STOP ( TAPE A and B DECK. to /ST) of Radio You can Operation preset 50 stations for FM, AM (MW) and SW (OPTIONAL). Before tuning, make the radio stations Presetting Press TUNER/BAND 1 (unit or control) remote to select radio function. Every time you press changes atternately. Select this button, FM and AM station you want buttons. 2 a (- / +) Tuning by pressing TUNING in manually (- / +) briefly and repeatedly. Tuning in automatically Press TUNING (- / +) for more than 1 second. Scanning stops when the unit tunes in a stations. Press TUNING - Press MEMORY. 3 A preset number will flash in the Press PRESET 4 ( / ) on ( / ) on the remote control preset number you want. Press MEMORY 5 6 display the unit window. Listening 1 2 1 Follow ) appears to the radio 1-2 as left side. steps Adjust the volume by pressing VOLUME ( / ) / buttons [unit] or VOLUME ( ) [remote control]. To turn off the radio Press POWER (STANDBY/ON) to turn the unit off select another function mode (CD, TAPE). or For your reference to select the ? If FM stereo broadcast is an Press MODE/RIF/REPEAT noisy that "STEREO" so pears in the display window., but the improve. Press MODE/RIF/REPEAT again. disapreception will again to restore the stereo effect. (or 2) to 5 to store other ote stations. To delete all the memorized stations Press and hold MEMORY two ( / ) [unit] or PRESET ( / [remote control] until the desired preset number or press it repeatedly. The station is stored. Repeat steps presets Press PRESET PRESET or that you have turned down the volume to the minimum. sure To recall on the front Adjust ? for better seconds, "DEL" appears in the display window and then press MEMORY again, the stations are deleted. more clear reception. This antenna is built within the unit and rotate the unit for about panel the antenna to get AM antenna ? reception. FM antenna Pull the telescopic antenna out and and direction for better adjust the angle reception. Tape Operation Basic 1 2 Press TAPE button to select tape function. "TAPE" appears in the window. display the cassette door Open DOOR OPEN Insert 3 Continuous Playback a by pressing ST/EJ) button. ( [ PLAY or (LPX-M935A/X/S model)] button. a PLAY AUTO STOP (LPX-M930A/X/S model) plays only front side, the unit stops automatically. After auto stop deck AUTO REVERSE (LPX-M935A/X/S model) Both sides of Press the button at the end of the To ( PAUSE) button to pause. again to resume play. To Stop Play Play change a cassette ST/EJ) button ( or to stop play. Fast Forward pressing REWIND/ FAST FORWARD ( REW/ F.FWD) button during playback, press TAPE PLAY [ PLAY or PLAY (LPX-M935A/X/S model)] at the point you want. To select tape the Press DIR Rewind or , Play Press TAPE STOP (LPX-M935A/X/S model) by pressing PLAY MODE and then press TAPE PLAY ( PLAY ) and PAUSE ( PAUSE) of TAPE B DECK. After the cassette in the deck A is finished playback the cassette in deck B is played automatically. Press TAPE PAUSE To Play cassette into each deck and set to - cassette and close the TAPE door and then press TAPE PLAY To Pause TAPE Insert After playback side during playback. play direction by pressing Both sides of a automatically at the end of ?Settothe - played and stops automatically continuously. are button ?Settothe - or Both sides of cassette PLAY MODE. are by pressing a cassette played and stopped tape. are PLAY MODE. played continuously. 9 OPERATION CD/MP3 Basic 1 2 Operation Playback Press CD/MP3 button to select CD/MP3 func- To Program Play tion. You can Press CD DOOR OPEN disc ()to open the Load a disc with the close the disc printed side be shown in the MP3 CD the : display up and playing time will window. The total number of files will be shown in window. display Press CD PLAY/PAUSE 4 facing compartment. Audio CD: The total track number ) button ( to begin play. To Pause Play Press CD PLAY/PAUSE ) button ( to pause during playback. When a track is paused, Press CD PLAY/PAUSE " " ( will appear in the display. ) button again to resume play. 1 2 3 4 5 Stop Play Press CD STOP To ? Skip ) button ( once ( midway through pressed again, a track button is pressed. a ) button is track, the player is skipped pressing and holding CD SKIP/SEARCH (/) b utton during playback, then release at the point you want. After ote This function is not available to play a MP3 file. Repeat Play play one track repeatedly Press MODE/RIF/REPEAT button button - (remote control) once "REPEAT 1" appears in the To play all tracks (unit) or REPEAT during playback. display. repeatedly Press MODE/RIF/REPEAT button button - (remote control) (unit) or REPEAT again during playback. the display. button "REPEAT ALL" appears in To cancel repeat play Press MODE/RIF/REPEAT button button (remote control) button back. - Repeat 10 indicator / ( ) Press PROG./SET Repeat 1~3. Press CD PLAY/PAUSE Press PROG./SET ( ). on the stop mode. The track and program number will be disappears. 1. displayed. on the stop mode. ( ). (unit) once more or REPEAT during play- Press PROG./SET repeatedly on the program stop mode until track number blinks. 2~5as above. 2. Repeat To modify progr am 1. Press the PROG./SET to each time the To Search the Track To Press CD SKIP/SEARCH buttons to select the track. to go returns to the start of that track. When it is To the stop mode. To add program contents When CD SKIP/SEARCH pressed on And then press CD STOP to the next track. ? Press PROG./SET Press PROG./SET the Track Press CD SKIP/SEARCH contain up To clear program contents ) button during playback. ( the discs and To check program contents - To on can to 20 tracks. compartment. 3 arrange the order of the tracks own program. The program create your you want to 2. Repeat contents display program number modify. 2~4as above. ote In addition, this unit can contains audio titles. play a CD-R or CD-RW that Recording Wind the tape to the Basic 1 2 3 point recording starts. normal Recording Select a function (TUNER or CD/MP3) you wish tapes.) 3 - the cassette TAPE A and insert Open cassette into the cassette Press RECORD TA PE PLAY ( automatically. Press RECORD - ( blank button is The synchronized recording cally after about 7 seconds. To pause TUNER 4 CD Synchronized Recording or (RADIO). To ( PAUSE) automatically programmed records an selection of tracks onto entire CD a or function. a is started automati- ( PAUSE) again button button. Press TAPE to resume recording. (Your cassette the tape.) ( /ST) button. automatically stop deck will at the end of cassette. Press CD/MP3 button to select the CD/MP3 Load display stop recording Press TAPE STOP This feature the deck A recording Press TAPE PAUSE pressed PAUSE CD/MP3 on compartment. REC) button. PLAY) playing your a REC) button ( "SYNCHRO" indicator will be shown in the window. to record. Start 1 2 (Use only disc and insert the blank cassette into deck A ote If you wish to record from the desired track, select the desired track with CD SKIP/SEARCH ( /) button before commencing CD recording. If you wish to record a programmed selection of tracks, program them now 11 OPERATION Specifications Power Power FM SW AM (OPTINAL)(MW [TAPE] Designs P/NO : of the unit. 5.6kg External dimensions [CD] panel 30W Mass [Genral] [Tuner] Refer to the back supply consumption (W x H x D) 283.2 x 231.6 x 247.8 mm Output Power Speakers Battery Operation Frequency response Signal-to-noise ratio 5WX2 T.H.D 0.7 % Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency 87.5 -108 MHz Antenna Telescopic Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency 522-1611kHzor530-1610kHz 3.2ΩX2 DC 12V, 100 - eight "D"(R20) batteries 60 dB or 65 - 74 antenna 450 kHz Ferrite bar antenna Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency 5800 -18000kHz Antenna Telescopic Recording System Frequency Response Signal to Noise Ratio 4 Tracks 2 channel stereo specifications 3834RC0027M are subject MHz, 87.5 -108 MHz 10.7 MHz Antenna and (not supplied) 18000 Hz 450 kHz 125 - 8000Hz 40/45dB to change antenna (REC/PLAY) without notice.
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