MOSCOW_LF-M330_M335_ENG-(37P) STYLISH MICRO HI-FI SYSTEM OWNER'S MANUAL MODEL : LF-M335 LF-M335A/D/X, LF-MP335, LF-TP335 LFS-M335 LF-M330 LF-M330A/D/X, LF-MP330, LFS-M330 Please read this manual carefully before operating your set. Retain it for future reference. Designs and notice for The specifications improvement. working purchase. life of this are product subject to change without is 7 years since the date of Precautions Safety CAUTION CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance specified herein may cedures other than those RISK OF ELECTRIC of proresult in hazardous radiation exposure. SHOCK DO NOT OPEN Laser CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE ting component in this product is capable of emit- radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1. COVER(OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID PERSONNEL. EXPOSURE TO BEAM. Explanation Graphical Symbols: The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user LASERSTRALNING AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR VARNING:OSYNLIG NAR DENNA DEL FARLIG. Attention:Quand s'exposer aux l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas radiations invisibles du faisceau laser. to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclo- that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This label is located on the interior. sure The exclamation triangle point within an is intended to alert the equilateral user to the presence of important operating and maintenance(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the Refer qualified personnel only. The to apparatus shall splashing such as and that cabinet, not be exposed to dripping or objects filled with liquids, be placed on the apparatus. no vases, shall Warning: Do not install this a book 2 case or LASER KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER This WARNING servicing CLASS 1 equipment similar unit. in a confined space such Compact Disc player product. is classified PRODUCT as a CLASS 1 LASER The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located the exterior. on Table of Contents Precautions.............................4 OperationwithCD......................21-22 BasicPlayback.........................21 ToPausePlay..........................21 ToStopPlay...........................21 ToSkipaTrack.........................21 NotesonDiscs..........................4 ToSearchaTrack.......................21 NotesonTapes..........................4 RearPanel..............................7-8 .21 ToPlaytracksinrandomorder. ProgramPlay...........................21 ToRepeatPlay.........................22 RemoteControl............................9 ToCheckMP3fileinformation. Introduction SafetyPrecautions.........................2 TableofContents..........................3 BeforeUse................................4 FrontPanel..............................5-6 DisplayWindow...........................10 Preparation Connections...........................11-15 11-12 Fitting the system connection cables ConnectingtoAntenna....................13 .14 ConnectingtoOptionalEquipment. SpeakerSystemConnection...............15 BeforeOperation.......................16-17 AudioAdjustment........................16 VolumeAdjustment...................16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MUTE.............................16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Reference Troubleshooting..........................23 Specifications About the symbols Indicates hazards itself or for instructions likely to cause damage. harm to the unit other material Indicates special operating Indicates tips and hints for features of this unit. making the task easier. SoundQualityAdjustment..............16 XDSS (Extreme Dynamic Sound System) 16 . . SURROUNDON/OFF.................16 OAO (Orientation Acoustic Optimizer) ON/OFF............................16 SettingtheClock.....................16 SleepTimerFunction.....................16 TimerFunction..........................17 Operation OperationwithRADIO...................18-19 Presettingtheradiostations................18 Listeningtotheradio.....................18 RDSFunction-OPTIONAL................19 AboutRDS.........................19 ProgrammeSearch(PTY)..............19 20 Operation with TAPE (LF-M335 model only) BasicPlayback.........................20 . . . . AutoReverseDeck......................20 ToStopPlay...........................20 TapeCounterReset......................20 .20 ToPlayRewindorFastForward. 20 Recording from Radio, CD or Auxiliary source CD-Synchrorecording....................20 . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 INTRODUC Before Use Precautions Handling When Notes the unit shipping Preventing original shipping carton and packing materials come in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it was originally packed at the factory. Do not use volatile liquids, such contact with the unit for They will leave marks as Cleaning record insecticide spray, or long period a on only) Side A the unit. Do not leave rubber near model tape. the surface clean keep Tapes (LF-M335 Removing the tab(s) of the cassette (with a small screwdriver) will prevent accidental erasure. To record again, cover the hole of the tab with adhesive the unit The To on plastic products Tab for side A in of time. the surface. the unit Tab for side B To clean the cabinet Use a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces soft cloth use a solution. Do not benzine, or use thinner, are moistened with lightly a extremely dirty, detergent mild strong solvents, such as these as might damage alcohol, the surface of the unit. Notes on Handling Discs discs Do not touch the Hold the disc get on by playback side of the disc. edges so that fingerprints the will not the surface. Do not stick paper Storing After Adhesive or tape on the disc. 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, Cleaning a considerable temperature discs Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor quality and sound distortion. Before playing, clean the disc with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out. Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for 4 analog records. tape. Front Panel Cassette tape CD (LF-M335 model only) player 1 4 23 5 6 9 player 7 8 Tuner/ 10 Amplifier 11 16 12 13 14 15 Cassette tape Tuner/ player 1. RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE 2. PLAY MODE button 3. TAPE TRAY 4. TAPE TRAY OPEN/CLOSE 5. ? REVERSE PLAY (zREC/PAUSE) POWER ( STANDBY/ON) (FUNC.) button button (TUNER/BAND, CD, TAPE, AUX) ( ) ( OPEN/CLOSE) button button 13. REMOTE SENSOR 14. HEADPHONE SOCKET ( PHONES) - 3.5mm 15. DISPLAY WINDOW PLAY ? STOP button ? TAPE REWIND/FAST FORWARD ) 11. Amplifier 12. FUNCTION ? ( button button 16. VOLUME KNOB (REW/FF) buttons CD player 6. PLAY/PAUSE button 7. STOP button 8. CD DISC TRAY 9. CD TRAY OPEN/CLOSE 10. ? REPEAT button ? RANDOM button ? PROGRAM button ? CD SKIP/SEARCH ( ( OPEN/CLOSE) / ) button buttons 5 INTRODUC Front Panel CD (LF-M330 model only) player 4 1 2 3 Tuner/ 5 Amplifier 6 11 78 9 10 CD player Tuner/ 1. PLAY/PAUSE button 6. POWER 2. STOP button 7. FUNCTION 3. CD DISC TRAY ( STANDBY/ON) (FUNC.) button button (TUNER/BAND, CD, AUX) 4. CD TRAY OPEN/CLOSE 5. ? 6 Amplifier 8. REMOTE SENSOR REPEAT button 9. HEADPHONE SOCKET ? RANDOM button 10. DISPLAY WINDOW ? PROGRAM button ? CD SKIP/SEARCH ( OPEN/CLOSE) button 11. VOLUME KNOB ( / ) buttons ( PHONES) - 3.5mm Rear Panel Cassette tape (LF-M335 model only) player INTRODUC 1 CD player 2 3 Tuner/ Amplifier 6 4 7 5 8 Cassette tape 1. Tuner/ player SYSTEM Connector (SYSTEM JACK3) 4. Amplifier SYSTEM Connector (SYSTEM JACK1/ SYSTEM CD player 5. SPEAKER Connectors 2. OPTICAL OUT Connector 6. AUX INPUT 3. SYSTEM Connector 7. ANTENNA Connector (SYSTEM JACK1) 8. POWER CORD JACK3) (L/R) 7 Rear Panel CD (LF-M330 model only) player 1 2 Tuner/ Amplifier 5 3 6 4 7 CD player Tuner/ 1. OPTICAL OUT Connector 3. SYSTEM Connector 2. SYSTEM Connector 4. SPEAKER Connectors (SYSTEM JACK1) 5. AUX INPUT 6. ANTENNA Connector 7. POWER CORD 8 Amplifier (SYSTEM JACK1) (L/R) Remote Control POWER 14 1 TUNER/BAND 1. POWER button 2. ? TUNER/BAND button ? AUX button MUTE AUX SLEEP 13 2 3. NUMBER buttons 4. TAPE FUNCTION buttons MP3 INFO PLAY - 12 3 TAPE STOP (x) (CD SYNC.) (COUNT. RESET) COUNTER RESET - CD SYNC. COUNT. RESET TUNING SET SET 5 7. TIMER REPEAT 11 6 CD OAO XDSS 10 SURR. EQ 8 ( STOP(x)/SET ? CD SKIP/SEARCH ? TUNING button ) button ( (-/+)/SET(-/+) / ) buttons buttons REPEAT button CLOCK button ? PROGRAM/MEMORY ? RANDOM button ? MO./ST/RIF button ? OAO ? XDSS button ? SURROUND ? EQUALIZER MO./ST./RIF 7 PRESET CD PLAY/PAUSE ? 6. CLOCK PROG./MEMO RANDOM ? ? SET (FF/GG) (z/) CD SYNCHRO RECORDING - TUNING only) (G) RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE - 5. model TAPE REWIND/ FAST FORWARD PLAY - - 4 (LF-M335 model only) (LF-M335 (F) REVERSE PLAY - (Orientation (PROG./MEMO) Acoustic Optimizer) button (SURR.) button (EQ) button 8. PRESET 9. RDS/ PTY/ PTY SEARCH buttons 10. VOLUME button buttons (-/+) (-/+) (OPTIONAL) buttons 11. TIMER button 12. MP3 file information RDS PTY PTY SEARCH 9(OPTIONAL) Remote Control display (MP3 INFO) 14. MUTE button Remote control Operation Range Point the remote control at the remote sensor battery and press Distance: About 23 ft remote remote installation Detach the the buttons. Angle: button 13. SLEEP button the (7 m) from the front of the rear battery and insert two R03 batteries with sensor About 30° in each direction of the front of the cover on of the remote control, (size AAA) and aligned correctly. sensor Caution Do not mix old and types of batteries new batteries. Never mix different (standard, alkaline, etc.). 9 INTRODUC Display Window 2 3 PROG. SYNC. REPEAT 1. ? ? OAO RDS TIMER indicator 6. RECORDING indicator REPEAT indicator 3. PROGRAM 4. TAPE FUNCTION indicator indicator (LF-M335 model only) SLEEP PSPTYRTCT 7 6 2. 7. ? MP3 indicator ? CD PLAY/PAUSE ? XDSS ? OAO ? MEMORY indicator (Extreme Dynamic Sound System) (Orientation Acoustic (MEMO.) Optimizer) TAPE REVERSE PLAY indicator ? FM STEREO RECEIVING indicator ? TAPE PLAY indicator ? SLEEP indicator ? MUTE ? RDS Data PLAY MODE indicator CD SYNCHRO RECORDING indicator 10 ( indicator indicator indicator ? ? 5. REC MEMO. ST. 5 (PROG.) 1 ALL MP3 XDSS 4 1 )indicator type indicators : OPTIONAL Connections (LF-M335 model Fitting the system connection cables ? Your unit consists of three ? Before you can use ? Make that all connections sure Cassette tape CD your unit, the separate parts must be connected with the are made with your unit unplugged an integrated Tuner/Amplifier. supplied system from the mains connection cables. supply. player Amplifier Stack the parts of your unit in the order shown above. Position your unit the 2 separate parts, Cassette tape player, CD player and player Tuner/ 1 only) rear so that you have easy access to Connect the SYSTEM JACK1 on the CD on system connection cables will only connect and should place, do not try to force them. If you need to unplug the system connection cables, 'click' into of it. to the SYSTEM JACK1 connector otes The player the Tuner/ squeeze both sides of each plug before pulling it out will 'unlock' the plug and allow it to be released. - this Amplifier. 3 Connect the SYSTEM JACK3 connector player connector the Tuner/ on on the to the SYSTEM JACK3 Cassette tape Amplifier. 11 PREATION Connections (LF-M330 model Fitting the system connection cables ? Your unit consists of two ? Before you can use ? Make that all connections CD sure an integrated Tuner/Amplifier. your unit, the separate parts must be connected with the are made with your unit unplugged supplied system from the mains connection cables. supply. Amplifier Stack the parts of your unit in the order shown above. Position your unit the 2 separate parts, CD player and player Tuner/ 1 only) rear so that you have easy to on to the SYSTEM JACK1 connector Amplifier. the CD on system connection cables will only connect and should place, do not try to force them. If you need to unplug the system connection cables, 'click' into of it. Connect the SYSTEM JACK1 12 access otes The player the Tuner/ squeeze both sides of each plug before pulling it out will 'unlock' the plug and allow it to be released. - this Connections Connecting Connect the - - to Antenna supplied FM/AM antennas for listening to the radio. loop antenna to the AM antenna connector. PREATION Connect the AM Connect the FM wire antenna to the FM antenna connector. LF-M335 model only otes To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop Be sure After antenna away from the unit and other fully extend the FM wire antenna. connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it component. to as horizontal as possible. 13 Connections Connecting 1 2 3 Connect a VCR to or Optional Equipment auxiliary device to the AUX connectors. Connect the OPTICAL OUT connector of this unit to the corresponding Select AUX on by pressing the FUNCTION (FUNC.) button the Tuner/ in jack on Amplifier your or Amplifier the AUX button remote control. Amplifier or Receiver (or Digital Device, etc) OPTICAL OPTICAL IN OUT To AUDIO IN LF-M335 model only IN OUT VIDEO To AUDIO OUT 14 AUDIO (L) AUDIO (R) or Receiver. on the Connections Speaker System Connection Connect the speakers using the supplied speaker cords. PREATION LF-M335 model only otes Be are sure to match the reversed, If you use speaker cord to the appropriate terminal on the components: + to + and -- to --. If the cords the sound will be distorted and will lack base. speakers with low maximum input rating, adjust the volume carefully to avoid excessive output on the speakers. Do not disassemble the front cover of supplied speaker. 15 Before Operation Audio Adjustment Setting Volume Adjustment 1 ? Turn VOLUME knob clockwise to increase the sound level, ? Press CLOCK. (If - VOLUME to increase the sound + to decrease it - level, requires setting, press and than 2 seconds.) display begins to blink. The hours Select either the 12 hour 2. cycle by hold more or use the remote control. on the clock CLOCK for counterclockwise to decrease it. or Use VOLUME the Clock SET (-/+) on cycle or the 24 hour the remote control. MUTE Press MUTE to turn off the sound, press again to restore. You the mute your unit in can ? flashes in the telephone, Sound order, for example, display (12HR) to window. 3 Quality Adjustment 4 To activate stereo sound You can Select a choose between 4 fixed sound desired sound mode using impressions. the EQUALIZER (EQ). ? FLAT : Linear ROCK : More POP : CLASSIC : Headphone Connect a frequency response 5 6. bass, more treble Less bass, less treble For orchestral music headphone plug ( 3.5mm) into the headphone jack. speakers are automatically disconnected you plug in the headphones (not supplied). The Press SET to confirm the selected hour Use SET display. 8 the lights up. To cancel it press XDSS again. The "XDSS OFF" indicator lights up. sleep timer is set, the unit automatically specified time has elapsed. To off SURROUND ON/OFF pressing choose between 2 surround sound mode SURROUND (SURR.) The "SURROUND ON" lights. OAO To cancel, or the time specify delay display window you (Orientation by Acoustic Optimizer) 2 again. lights. To To check the system turns after 90 minutes. pressed the time interval by 10 minutes. i.e. remaining time until the power is turned off. sleep function is active press briefly. The time remaining until the unit displayed for about 5 seconds. cancel, press OAO SLEEP turns off is ote If you press SLEEP while the the SLEEP time is reset. To cancel ton sleep time is displayed, Timer setting stop the function, press the SLEEP but- Sleep If you wish to repeatedly press SLEEP the display. 16 that the While the Press OAO to reinforce the bass sound. The "OAO ON" "OAO OFF" indicator for can see means 80...70... etc. Select the desired time to turn off. ON/OFF or before the power is before it turns off is reduced button. again. automatically Each time the button is "SURROUND OFF" indicator press XDSS turns turned off, press SLEEP. about 5 seconds. This can on Timer Function In the - You the off after the 1 The "XDSS ON" indicator on Press CLOCK at any time to show the time display, for about 5 seconds. Sleep Press XDSS to reinforce treble and bass. - to set current minutes. (-/+) Press SET and the correct time is shown when (Extreme Dynamic Sound System) to set the current hour. (-/+) Use SET When the XDSS cycle. Press SET. 7 Jack stereo (24HR) or answer until "SLEEP 10 once again " appears, and then after "SLEEP 10 shows on " Before Operation Timer Function With the TIMER function you can have the radio reception and recording, CD or tape playing turned on and 7 off at the time desired. 1 8 Press CLOCK to check the current time. If you don't set Press TIMER to enter the timer TUNER-CD-TAPE flash in the setting mode. display window in The 4 Press SET to confirm the turn previous " previous memorized timer indicators appear in the memorized TIMER setting more for on than 2 Time and display. Press SET when the desired function flashes. 1. When you select TUNER a. 9 SET (-/+). PREATION on function, display window alternately for about 3 seconds. 'PLAY' indicator : TUNER 'REC' indicator : TUNER play only play and recording b. Press SET when the desired c. 11 12 Set the turn off minutes SET 13 14 Adjust the volume level pressing SET (-/+). pressing SET (-/+). Press SET. " " appear in the display window and the timer has been completed. setting Turn the 15 system off. The selected timer functions switched To cancel or on and off at the Select the the timer set or are automatically preset times. check the timer function flashes. cancel. You you can select also check the timer pressed can status. number with SET setting and press SET. 'ON TIME' indicator appears for about 0.5 seconds in the display window and then To activate disappears. To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button repeatedly that 2. When you select CD or TAPE function, 'ON TIME' indicator appears for about 0.5 seconds in the display (-/+). Press SET. Each time the TIMER button is previous memorized preset (-/+) on the remote control pressing Press SET. 'PLAY' and 'REC' indicator flash in the . Set the turn off hour time 10 setting, press and hold the TIMER button seconds. 3 pressing minutes time. disappears clock, timer function doesn't work. For your reference If you want to correct the " minutes time 'OFF TIME' indicator appears for about 0.5 display window and then turn. - on seconds in the For your reference 2 Set the turn button or check the repeatedly so timer, press the TIMER that " " appears in the display window. so " " disappears in the display window. window and then disappears. 5 6 Set the turn on hour pressing Press SET to confirm the turn SET on (-/+). hour time. 17 Operation the radio stations Presetting You can preset Before with RADIO Listening that you have turned the tuning, volume down to the minimum level. sure Press FUNCTION (FUNC.) button repeatedly TUNER/BAND on the remote control) to show either FM or AM in the display window. 1 (or Every time you press changes alternately. Press TUNING this Press PRESET 2 repeatedly on 3 the remote control until starts to change. Press the TUNING Scanning stops (-/+) for more than 0.5 second. when the unit tunes in a preset station. repeatedly. ? For manual ? For non-preset radio stations tuning, see "Manual Tuning". automatic tuning, see "Automatic Tuning". station. To turn the radio off Tuning Press the TUNING the remote control on Adjust the volume by rotating VOLUME knob (or pressing VOLUME -/+ on the remote control) To listen to Tuning (-/+) to select the preset station you want. Each time you press this button, the unit tunes in button, AM and FM otes Automatic Manual (or the next (-/+) 2 the frequency indication - Press FUNCTION (FUNC.) button repeatedly TUNER/BAND on the remote control) to show either FM or AM in the display window. The last received station is tuned in. 1 50 stations for FM and AM. make to the radio (-/+) briefly and repeatedly. Press POWER ( STANDBY/ON) to turn off the unit (TAPE, CD or AUX). to select another function mode Press PROG./MEMO on the remote control. preset number will flash in the display window. 3 A 4 Press PRESET (-/+) on the remote control to select the preset number you want. 5 The station is stored. Press PROG./MEMO For your reference If a FM program is ? again. ? Repeat steps 6 2 to 5 to store other stations. on the remote control for seconds, "CLEAR ALL" appears in the window and then press PROG./MEMO on the display remote control, the stations are cleared. entered, "MEM FULL" message will appear in the display window for a moment and then a preset number will flash. To change the preset number, follow the steps To recall repeatedly. 18 on the left side. preset numbers Press and hold PRESET the desired 4-5 (-/+) on the remote control until preset number appears or improve reception Reposition the supplied Use MO./ST./RIF about two For your reference If all stations have already been To antennas. otes To clear all memorized stations Press and hold PROG./MEMO noisy repeatedly so that "ST." disappears in the display window. There will be no stereo effect, but the reception will improve. Press MO./ST./RIF again to restore the stereo effect. Press MO./ST./RIF press the button (Radio Interference function to switch to Mono reception Filter) if stereo reception is distorted by noise. recording weak AM broadcasts, While occurs, press MO./ST./RIF once. if noises or with RADIO Operation RDS Function Programme Search (PTY) OPTIONAL - About RDS A ability to encode broadProgramme Type (PTY) codes that indicate type of material being broadcast. The following list This unit is the which shows the abbreviations used to indicate each PTY major benefit of RDS is its casts with equipped with RDS (Radio Data System), brings a wide range of information from FM radio. RDS is a system for transmitting station call signs or network information, a description of station programme type text message about the station or specifics of along with an explanation of the PTY. musical selection and the correct time. RDS Tuning When FM station containing RDS data is tuned in, the automatically display the station's call sign and the RDS indicator will light in the Display Window as well as indicators for the programme type recognition (PTY), Radio Text (RT), Clock Time (CT) and RDS services programme (PS) if transmitted by the station. a unit will RDS Display Options The RDS variety system is capable of transmitting a wide of information in addition to the initial call that appears when RDS operation the a broadcast network or sign station is first tuned. In normal display will indicate the station name, Pressing RDS on the call letters. front panel data types in the sequence: enables you to cycle through the various PTY RT FREQUENCY CT) (Programme type recognition)The programme type is shown in the display window. RT (Radio text recognition)- The radio station's name is displayed in the display window. CT (Time controlled by the channel)- Enable the (PS PTY unit to receive the actual time and show it in the display window. PS (Programme Service name)- The title is displayed in the display window. programme You may search for a specific by following these steps: ote Some RDS stations may not choose to include some of these additional features. If the data required for the selected mode is not Window will show a PS NONE message. being transmitted, PTY NONE, RT the NONE, 1 NONE, on (FUNC.) button repeatedly (or the remote control) to select FM mode. Display CT Press FUNCTION TUNER/BAND Programme Type (PTY) 2 3 4 Press PTY on the remote control, the display will show the last PTY in use. Press PTY repeatedly When the PTY is to select a desired PTY. selected, press PTY SEARCH. The unit will go into an automatic search mode. When a station is tuned, the search will stop. 19 OPERATION Operation Basic 1 with TAPE Playback (LF-M335 model only) Recording Press FUNCTION (FUNC.) button repeatedly the Tuner/ Amplifier to select tape function. ("NO TAPE appears in the display window.) on Open 1 from Radio, CD 2 3 Place a cassette in the tape TAPE TRAY OPEN/CLOSE ( button to close again To set the recording direction repeatedly to tray and then press OPEN/ CLOSE) F or tape tray. The tape to begin begin tape To stop the CD- play " Play indicator is shown in the both sides of a once to select window. playback your cassette tape of both sides of the " -" indicator is shown in the Repeat play play twice to select playback play " -" To now display window. Press STOP on the remote control ) on Tape Counter (COUNT.RESET) during appears "TAPE 0000 Play Rewind or or FF/GG on display window. on your cassette the remote control playback or stopping, press G position you want. 20 in Fast Forward After press the REW/FF buttons tape player " or during F at the tape CD to be selection of tracks for a blank tape tray. recording direction repeatedly to set the recording direction. 3 Press CD SYNC. in "REC" flashes and " stop mode. " displays in the window. The recording 4 callysynchronized after about 7 seconds. is started automati- otes If you wish to record from the desired the desired track with Reset Press COUNTER RESET playback. Playing time player or TAPE during playback. the cassette tape a the cassette deck and insert cassette into the display Stop Play ( 2 Open tape stopping. indicator is shown in the a Press PLAY MODE of both sides of the STOP To once. To set the cassette six times. Both sides of your cassette will six times before convenient to record tracks from CD to recording. window. your cassette on a recorded. You may wish to program the whole cassette Press the PLAY MODE button player display now Synchro recording Select the CD function and load 1 on cassette. Both sides of your cassette will . recording cassette. cassette once Press the PLAY MODE button player display remote control. STOP(x). This feature is your cassette deck will play one side of cassette once, and then automatically stop. By default, -" on To pause the recording Press z/ during recording operate. Auto Reverse Deck reverse or AUX) you of your selected Press z/ on the front panel or on the remote control. "REC" flashes and holds the cassette in pause mode. Press Auto recording 4 The recording(G) is begun. cassette. direction indicator will flash and counter will set the source. the remote control to on TUNER Press the function 2 want, and then begin(CD,playback Press PLAY Press G blank direction. 3 4 playback of your a tape tray. Press PLAY MODE OPEN/ ( Auxiliary source the cassette deck and insert cassette into the " Press TAPE TRAY OPEN/CLOSE CLOSE) button to open tape tray. or track, select / commencing CD synchro recording. A function change is not possible during recording. before with CD Operation Basic Playback To Press FUNCTION (FUNC.) button repeatedly Amplifier to select CD function. ("NO DISC appears in the display window.) 1 on the Tuner/ " Press CD TRAY OPEN/CLOSE 2 OPEN/ ( CLOSE) Play tracks in random order Press the RANDOM button on the CD Player or the remote control The tracks EX) "R 5 on during playback. the CD will all play in 00:20 button to open CD DISC tray. " random order. will be shown in the Playing display window. time indicator Track number indicator 3 Place a CD in the CD disc TRAY OPEN/CLOSE again OPEN/ ( to close CD disc tray and then press CD CLOSE) button tray. playing time are displayed. MP3 CD: "READING" appears in the display window, and then the total number of files is To cancel random displayed. of the an 8cm(3 inch) disc, put Program Play You arrange the order of the tracks Press PROG./MEMO 1 control on the CD on Player or begin playback the remote control to 2 EX) To Pause Play Press PLAY/PAUSE button PLAY/PAUSE ( ) on the CD on Player or CD during the remote control playback. Press this button again Press STOP button ( ) To ? ? on resume play. Skip pressed track, the player midway pressed again, a track pressed. is pressing point Press PROG./MEMO 4 Repeat on the remote control. 1~3. Press PLAY/PAUSE button on on the CD the remote control to of your CD. "PROG." appears in the display Player or begin playback window. Press PROG./MEMO / holding during playback, - the remote control A Track and program number will be button then release on 1. 2. a MP3 file. stop displayed. the remote control STOP(x) Press PROG./MEMO on on on the stop the remote the remote control the program Number" blinks. play the To add program contents repeatedly ote on To clear program contents you want. This function is not available to on mode. Press PROG./MEMO Track and 3 mode. And then press CD control. the remote control at the once returns to the start of each time the button is a number To check program contents button is a To Search After the remote on the stop mode. Program STOP button to go to the next track. that track. When it is skipped Player or CD during playback. Track a When through contain up Track number 5 the CD the remote control Press on it to Stop Play on the discs and can to select the track. / "04 P-01" will be shown in the display window. of your CD. To on on Press Press PLAY/PAUSE button 4 can create your own program. The program to 20 tracks. it onto the inner circle tray. to return to normal CD playback. ote To load playback again Press the RANDOM button Audio CD: "READING" appears in the display window, and then the total number of tracks and RANDOM indicator To Repeat on stop mode until "Track 2~4on above. modify program contents 1. Press PROG./MEMO 2. display program number Repeat 2~4on above. on the remote control to you want to modify. 21 OPERATION Operation To Repeat Play To play one with CD To check MP3 file information track repeatedly Press the MP3 Info button - Press REPEAT - once during playback. display window. The information will be shown in "REPEAT 1" appears in the If there is - To play all tracks Press REPEAT - repeatedly once more during playback. display window. repeat play Press REPEAT several times until - ? program play. "REPEAT 1" appears in the display window. (One track repeat) Press REPEAT - once during program play. "REPEAT ALL" appears in the display window. (All program CD-R a or CD-RW that contains name and ID3 TAG should be named using English. Program repeat play Press REPEAT window. MP3 files. or The MP3 file ? disappears. ? play can audio titles repeat indicator file, "NO ID3 display ote This unit ? - the information of the MP3 no TAG" indicator will be shown in the "REPEAT ALL" appears in the To cancel during MP3 file playback. (Title, Artist or Album) of the MP3 file the display window. again during About MP3 An MP3 file is audio data ? compressed by using the layer-3 file-coding scheme. We call files have the ".mp3" file extension "MP3 files". unit can not read an MP3 file that has not ".mp3" MPEG1 audio that The ? file extension. repeat) MP3 Disc compatibility with this unit is limited as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. Sampling Frequency / 8 48kHz Bit rate / 8 320kbps CD-R physical format should be "ISO 9660" If you record MP3 files using the software which cannot create a FILE SYSTEM, for example "Direct-CD" etc., it is impossible to playback MP3 files. We recommend that you use "Easy-CD - - Creator", which 5. File names and must creates ISO9660 file an should be named incorporate ".mp3" system. 30 letters using or less extension e.g. "********.MP3". 6. 7. Donotusespecialletterssuchas"/:*?"<>"etc. Even if the total number of files more than 1000, it will only on the disc have be shown up to 999. About MULTI SESSION - This function to a ex) recognizes disc of CD-ROM If there are the multi session disc MP3 files in the first file in the first session is If there are only If there is Audio 22 session, the MP3 only played. MP3 files in the whole of the MP3 files in the session Audio CD in the according type. session, all played. CD in the first session, only first session is played. are the Troubleshooting Check the following guide for the possible cause of a before problem contacting service. Cause Symptom Correction No power. ? The power cord is disconnected. ? No sound. ? The audio cables ? are not connected securely. ? ? speaker to the wrong ? The cord into the wall outlet Connect the audio cable into the jacks securely. The power of the external ment is switched off. The Plug the power securely. source equip- ? Turn the on equipment connected with the audio cable. cable is set ? Set the ? Connect the system connection cables. ? Insert a disc or ? Insert a playable ? Place the disc with the position. system connection cables are not speaker cable to the correct position, then turn on the unit again by pressing POWER. connected. The unit does not start playback. ? No disc ? An ? The disc is or tape is inserted. unplayable disc or tape placed upside is inserted. down. tape. disc or tape. playback side down. ? The disc is not placed within the guide. ? Place the disc inside the The remote control does not work ? The disc is ? The remote control is not remote properly. ? dirty. sensor ? pointed at the ? of the unit. There is an obstacle in the path ? ? Remove the obstacle. ? Replace of the The batteries in the remote control exhausted. are of the unit. Operate the 23ft(7m). remote control and the unit. tray correctly Point the remote control at the remote ? unit. ? the disc Clean the disc. sensor The remote control is too far from the on guide. remote control within about the batteries with new ones. 23 REF NC Specifications General Section Power supply Refer to the main label. Power consumption 30W Tuner/Amplifier Section FM 87.5 Intermediate 10.7 MHz Signal AM Frequency to Noise Ratio - 60/55 dB 65 -74 MHz, (Mono/Stereo) Intermediate 450 kHz Output Frequency to Noise Ratio 35 dB Power 25W+25W(4Ω/2chTHD10%) 0.2% Frequency Response 40 ratio Signal-to-noise 20000 Hz - 80 dB Mass 3.69kg External dimensions (W x H x D) 213 x 70 40 18000 Hz x 330 mm Player Section Frequency response Signal-to-noise ratio Dynamic range - 70 dB 70 dB Mass 6.43kg External dimensions Cassette tape (W x H x D) 213 70 x player Section (LF-M335 x 330 model Tape Speed 3kHz±3% Wow Flutter 0.25% 120sec Frequency Response 250 to Noise Ratio Signal Channel (C-60) 8000Hz - 50dB(P/B)/45dB(R/P) Erase Ratio 55dB Mass 1.91kg Speaker (W x H x D) 213 (MTT-5511) x 70 2 Impedance 6Ω Frequency Response 60 Sound Pressure Level 86 dB/W Rated 25W Input Input Power Power Net Dimensions : 330 mm (W and Way 2 Speaker 20000 Hz - (1m) 50W x H x 180X315X290mm D) 3.4 Weight P/NO x Section Type Design only) 43dB(P/B)/43dB(R/B) Separation External dimensions mm (MTT -111, JIS-WTD) F.F/REW. Time Max. 87.5 -108.0 MHz 522-1611kHzor530-1610kHzor530-1720kHz T.H.D Net or Tuning Range Signal CD 108.0 MHz Tuning Range specifications 3834RH0037P are kg subject to change without notice.
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