LG | FA163DAB | LG FA163DAB Owner’s Manual

FA163 DAB_ENG_MFL40968812
ENGLISH
MODEL : FA163DAB (FA163-B0P, FAS163F)
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
P/NO : MFL40968812
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
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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
persons.
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WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING: Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a book case or similar
unit.
CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation
of the product and to protect it from over heating. The openings should be never be blocked by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. This product should not be
placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
or the manufacturer's instruction has been adhered to.
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This product employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read this owner’s manual carefully and retain it for
future reference. Should the unit require maintenance, contact an authorized service center. Use
of controls, adjustments or the performance of procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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CAUTION: The apparatus should not be exposed to water (dripping or splashing) and no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a dedicated circuit;
That is, a single outlet circuit which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page of this owner's manual to be certain.
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Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension
cords, frayed power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these
conditions could result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance,
and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an authorized servicer.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked,
pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and
the point where the cord exits the appliance.
To disconnect power from the mains, pull out the mains cord plug. When installing the product,
ensure that the plug is easily accessible.
POWER: This unit operates on a mains supply of 200-240V~, 50/60Hz.
WIRING: This unit is supplied with a BSI 1363 approved 13 amp mains plug, fused at 5 amp. When replacing the
fuse always use a 5 amp BS 1362, BSI or ASTA approved type. Never use this plug with the fuse cover omitted. To
obtain a replacement fuse cover contact your dealer. If the type of plug supplied is not suitable for the mains sockets
in your home, then the plug should be removed and a suitable type fitted. Please refer to the wiring instructions
below:
WARNING: A mains plug removed from the mains lead of this unit must be destroyed. A mains plug with bared
wires is hazardous if inserted in a mains socket.
Do not connect either wire to the earth pin, marked with the letter E or with the earth symbol
or coloured green
or green and yellow. If any other plug is fitted, use a 5 amp fuse, either in the plug, or at the distribution board.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following codes:
- BLUE: NEUTRAL, BROWN: LIVE - As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this unit may not correspond
with the coloured marking identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue
must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured
brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the
product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the
municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please
contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
This product is manufactured to comply with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
European representative :
LG Electronics Service Europe B.V. Veluwezoom 15, 1327 AE Almere,
The Netherlands (Tel : +31-036-547-8940)
There is so much your Hi-Fi system can do
Contents
About Player
About Remote control
Setting up
Listening to CDs
iPod Docking
Listening to the radio
Listening to the DAB radio
Listening to music from your portable player
Playing music using USB
USB direct Recording
Setting the Clock
Use your player as an alarm clock
Fall asleep while listening to your player
Sound quality adjustment
VSM (Virtual Sound Matrix)
About MP3/WMA
Troubleshooting
Specifications
VOLUME Adjustment
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Move your finger around the touch wheel.
Precautions in using the touch buttons
• Use the touch buttons with clean and dry hands. In a humid environment, wipe out any moisture on the touch buttons before using.
• Do not press the touch buttons hard to make it work. If you apply
too much strength, it can damage the sensor of the touch buttons.
• Touch the button that you want to work in order to operate the function correctly.
• Be careful not to have any conductive material such as metallic
object on the touch buttons, and it can cause malfunctions.
The making of unauthorized copies of copy-protected material, including computer programs, files, broadcasts and sound recordings, may
be an infringement of copyrights and constitute a criminal offence.
This equipment should not be used for such purposes.
Be responsible
Respect copyrights
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read this instruction booklet carefully and completely.
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About Player
CD slot loader
To change the functions
Change the functions among FM, AM, DAB, CD,
USB, IPOD, PORTABLE.
Turn on or off
Press 1 for longer than 3 seconds as the device
is powered on, you can move into Power save
mode.
• eXtreme Dynamic Sound System
Reinforce the treble, bass and surround sound
effect. XDSS ON will show in the display. Press
again for NORMAL.
• OPTIMIZER
Optimizes compressible MP3 files so that it
improves the bass sound.
iPod Docking connector
Z
You can use it when inserting or removing CDs.
USB Rec.
Record FM, AM, CD or PORTABLE
source to USB.
Display window
• VSM (Virtual Sound Matrix)
You can select the Virtual sound.
• DEMO
Press DEMO in power off state to demonstrate
the function on display window. Press again to
cancel.
CLOCK
For setting the clock and checking the time.
(see Setting the Clock)
• Starts or pauses playback
• Improve poor FM reception
This will change the tuner from stereo to mono
and usually improve the reception.
• Select the radio station
(see Listening to the radio)
• Search for a section within a track
(see Listening to CDs)
Control the volume when using any function.
TIMER
With the TIMER function you can turn CD/USB
play and radio reception on or off at a desired
time. (see Use your player as an alarm clock)
SET (RDS-OPTIONAL)
Confirms the time you have selected when
setting the clock. (see Setting the clock)
USB connector
Connect a remote USB compatible player here.
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Stops playback or recording
PHONES (Headphone jack)
Connect a headphone plug ( 3,5 mm) into the jack
to listen to the sound through headphones.
PORTABLE IN
The player can be used to play the music from
many types of portable player.
About Remote control
• Fall asleep while listening to your player
Firstly, start a radio station or music. Press SLEEP
one or more times to select delay time between 10
and 180 minutes, after the selected time has
elapsed, the player will turn off.
• Dim the display light
Turn on or off
To change the functions
Change the functions among FM, AM, DAB, CD.
To change the INPUT functions
Change the functions among USB, IPOD,
PORTABLE.
• Select the radio station
(see Listening to the radio)
• Search for a section within a track
(see Listening to CDs)
Temporarily stop the sound
Press the button again to return to the sound.
Sound quality adjustment
You can choose sound impressions.
Listen to your tracks again and again
Press MODE repeatedly, the display changes in the
following order, RPT 1 - RPT ALL - RANDOM - OFF.
Stops playback or recording
Starts or pauses playback
• Search for a folder of MP3/WMA files
When a CD containing MP3/WMA files in several
folders is being played, press FOLDER•PRESET to
select the folder you want to play.
• Choose a ‘preset number’ for a radio station
(see Listening to the radio)
See information about your music
MP3/WMA files often come with tags. The tag gives
the Title, Artist, Album or Time information.
• Search radio stations by DAB radio type
• Changes the display information of DAB
channel
• For storing radio stations
If you have saved radio stations using PROGRAM/MEMO, you can scroll through them
and select one. (see Listening to the radio)
• Listen to your tracks in any order
(see Listening to CDs)
Control the volume when using any function.
Starts or pauses recording
• Searchs radio stations by DAB radio type
• Aligning the service names
• DAB band scaning
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Setting up
Speaker decoration
This part of the device is made
just for design attraction.
Put the battery in the remote control
Make sure that the + (plus) and (minus) on the battery (size AAA)
match those on the remote control.
1 Connect the speaker cables to the player
Cables from the left-hand speaker connect to the terminal marked L
(left) + (plus) and - (minus). Cables from the right-hand speaker are
connected to the terminal marked R (right) + (plus) and - (minus).
To connect the cable to the player, press each of the four square plastic
finger pads on the rear of the player. The connector will open ready to
receive a cable.
2 Fit the AM loop aerial to its stand
Connect the AM loop aerial to the player.
3 Connect the FM aerial
The reception will be at its best when the two loose ends of the aerial
are in a straight line and horizontal.
Be careful of the following
4 Connect the DAB aerial
Be careful to make sure children not to put their hands or any objects into the
*speaker duct.
*speaker duct : A hole in speaker cabinet (enclosure) that gives plentiful bass
sound.
5 Plug the power plug into a wall socket
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Place it to the place where strong signals are received.
iPod Docking
Listening to CDs
Audio CD and MP3/WMA CD can be played back in this player.
1. Insert the CD:
2. Select the CD function: The display
will show the total number of tracks
(files).
ON PLAYER
ON REMOTE
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-
FUNC.
FUNCTION
3. Start the CD playing:
B/[]
B/[]
4. To stop a CD playing:
x
x ENTER
Listening to CDs - more you can do
Pause or restart a CD
Press B/[] on either the player or the remote control during playback.
Press this button again to resume play.
You can listen to music by connecting iPod to the player. Connect iPod to
iPod dock on the upper part of the player.
ON PLAYER
ON REMOTE
1. Select the iPod function:
“IPOD” displays.
FUNC.
INPUT
2. Start the playing:
B/[]
FUNC.
B/[]
FUNCTION
or
INPUT
3. Before disconnecting the iPod,
change to any other function by
pressing:
4. Remove iPod:
iPod Docking - more you can do
Pause or restart an iPod
Hold ./> on either the player or the remote control during playback.
Press B/[] on either the player or the remote control during playback.
Press this button again to resume play.
Skip to another track
Search for a section within a track
Search for a section within a track
Press ./> on either the player or the remote control.
Hold ./> on either the player or the remote control during playback.
Speed search for tracks
Skip to another track
Hold ./> on either the player or the remote control only in stop status.
Track skips continuously in turn.
Press ./> on either the player or the remote control.
Select another track
Listen to your tracks again and again
Press MODE on the remote control, you can move to the previous list. Press
FOLDER•PRESET on the remote control, you can move to a desired item. Then,
press x ENTER on the remote control, you can confirm it.
Press MODE on the remote control repeatedly, the display changes in the following order, RPT 1 - RPT ALL - RANDOM - OFF.
Listen to your tracks in any order
Up to 20 tracks on a CD can be listened to in the order of your choice. Insert a
CD and wait for it to be read. Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote control,
then use ./> to select the track. Press PROGRAM/MEMO again to save
and select the next track. Press B/[]. To clear your selection, press x twice .
NOTES :
• Do not push a disc forcibly into the CD slot.
• Do not pull or push a disc while a disc is ejected.
• Press Z again to reinsert the disc after ejecting it.
NOTES :
• It works with all iPod models that have a dock connector.
• Compatibility with your iPod may vary depending on the type of your iPod.
• Adjust the volume to a moderate level before you connect your iPod and this
unit.
• You must select “CHARGE ON” by pressing INFO to charge the iPod battery.
• You can enjoy clearer sound on charge off than on charge on. Press INFO on
the remote control repeatedly, the display changes in the following order,
CHARGE ON → CHARGE OFF.
• When the connection with iPod is not solid and the remaining battery is not
enough, the message “ERROR” is displayed or iPod will not respond. Charge
your iPod battery.
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Listening to the radio
Make sure both the FM and AM aerials are connected.
1. Select either FM or AM:
2. Select the radio station:
3. To ‘save’ a radio station: A preset
number will show in the display.
4. To select a ‘saved’ station:
5. To confirm press: Up to 50 radio
stations can be saved.
ON PLAYER
ON REMOTE
FUNC.
FUNCTION
./>
./>
PROGRAM/MEMO
FOLDER•PRESET
PROGRAM/MEMO
Listening to the radio - more you can do
Look for radio stations automatically
Press ./> on either the player or the remote control for more than 0.5
second. The tuner will scan automatically and stop when it finds a radio station.
Choose a ‘preset number’ for a radio station
Select a station you want by pressing ./> on either the player or the
remote control. Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote control, the station
flashes. Press FOLDER•PRESET on the remote control to select the preset
number you want. Press PROGRAM/MEMO to save it.
Delete all the saved stations
Press and hold PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote control for two seconds.
“ERASE ALL” shows. Press PROGRAM/MEMO to erase all the saved stations.
You can search the radio stations by programme type by pressing RDS. The
display will show the last PTY in use. Press PTY one or more times to select
your preferred programme type. Press ./> on either the player or the
remote control. The tuner will search automatically. When a station is found the
search will stop.
Listening to the DAB radio
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is a new form of radio broadcasting
using digital signals rather than traditional analogue signals.
DAB provides listeners CD-like quality radio programs. DAB can carry
not only audio but also text.
1. Select the DAB function:
The frequency received first after
scanning DAB bands is broadcasted.
2. Select the DAB radio station:
3. Play the selected channel:
4. To ‘save’ a DAB radio station:
A preset number will show in the
display.
ON PLAYER
ON REMOTE
FUNC.
FUNCTION
./>
./>
B/[]
B/[]
PROGRAM/MEMO
5. To select a ‘saved’ station:
FOLDER•PRESET
6. To confirm press: Up to 50 radio
stations can be saved.
PROGRAM/MEMO
Listening to the DAB radio - more you can do
Improve poor FM reception
DAB mode
Press B/[] on either the player or the remote control. This will change the tuner
from stereo to mono and usually improve the reception.
You can change the display information of the currently broadcasting DAB channel. Press DAB MODE on the remote control repeatedly, the display changes in
the following order, SERVICE → PTY NAME → FREQUENCY → DLS →
QUALITY → ENSEMBLE. Select a display mode and then press ./>, the
initials of the service name are displayed.
SERVICE - Displays the Name of Component for the current broadcast.
PTY NAME - Displays the Type of Component for the current broadcast.
FREQUENCY - Displays the frequency of Component for the current broadcast.
DLS - It displays the current Scroll of Component which is selected.
QUALITY - It displays the current strength of electric field of broadcasting which
it doing in Bar form.
ENSEMBLE - Displays the Ensemble of Component for the current broadcast.
See information about your radio stations - OPTIONAL
The FM tuner is supplied with the Radio Data System (RDS) facility. This shows
the letters RDS on the display, plus information about the radio station being listened to. Press RDS on the remote control several times to view the information.
PTY - Programme Type, such as News, Sport, Jazz.
RT - Radio Text, the name of the radio station.
CT - Time Control, the time at the location of the radio station.
PS - Programme Service name, the name of channel.
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Aligning the service names
Press SCAN/SORT on the remote control to display the sorting mode of DAB
broadcastings. Then, press the button once again to change the mode.
Default sort : The service names are aligned in a scanning order.
Name sort : The service names are aligned in an alphabetical order.
Playing music using USB
The advantage of connecting your portable USB player through the
system’s USB port is that the portable device can be controlled from the
system.
DAB scan
Press SCAN on the remote control for longer than 3 seconds, all of the DAB
bands are scanned. Then press it again, scanning will be canceled.
Selecting among Primary and Secondary broadcastings
For the frequency on which secondary broadcasting channels exist, B blinks
after selection. Then, press B/[] to select the secondary broadcasting.
Delete all of the saved DAB stations
Press and hold PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote control for 2 seconds.
“ERASE ALL” will be displayed. Press PROGRAM/MEMO to erase all the saved
stations.
ON REMOTE
1. Connect the portable player by
plugging the unit into PORTABLE
IN on the front of the player:
2. Turn the power on:
3. Select the PORTABLE function:
4. Turn the portable player on and
start it playing:
ON REMOTE
FUNC.
INPUT
FOLDER•PRESET
3. Select the folder :
4. Start the USB playing:
B/[]
5. To stop a USB playing:
x
x
FUNC.
FUNCTION
or
INPUT
B/[]
7. Remove the USB player:
The player can be used to play the music from many types of portable
player.
ON PLAYER
2. Select the USB function: The display will show READ, followed by the
number of files displayed.
6. Before disconnecting the portable
USB player, change to any other
function by pressing:
Listening to music from your portable
player
ON PLAYER
1. Connect the portable player to the
system using a USB cable (not
supplied):
1
1
FUNC.
INPUT
NOTES :
• Some portable devices are not compatible with this system.
• When various cards are connected to the Memory Card Reader, the first
detected card is recognized.
• Do not extract the USB device in operating.
• To prevent data loss, back up all data.
• If you use a USB extension cable or USB hub, the USB device might not be
recognized.
• A device using NTFS file system is not supported (Only the FAT (16/32) file
system is supported.).
• The USB function of this unit does not support all USB devices.
• Digital camera and mobile phones are not supported.
• This unit is not supported when the total number of files is 1000 or more.
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Setting the Clock
USB direct Recording
ON PLAYER
Record FM, AM or PORTABLE source to USB
Connect USB to the player before recording.
1. Press for at least 2 seconds:
ON PLAYER
ON REMOTE
FUNC.
FUNCTION
or INPUT
2. Start the Recording:
USB Rec.
REC
3. To stop a Recording:
x
x
1. Select a mode (PORTABLE, FM or
AM) in which you want to record:
2. Choose from either: AM 12:00 (for an am and pm display) or 0:00 (for a 24 hour display)
3. Confirm your selection:
4. Select the hours:
5. Press:
6. Select the minutes:
Record CD source to USB
You can record one desired track or all of the music tracks in CD to USB.
ON PLAYER
ON REMOTE
FUNC.
FUNCTION
2. Select the track:
./>
./>
3. Start the Recording:
USB Rec.
REC
4. To stop a Recording:
x
x
1. Select the CD function:
NOTES :
• If removing the while recording, the recorded file may not be saved.
• Press USB Rec. on the player or REC on the remote control for longer than 3
seconds, you can select bit rate. Press ./> to select the bit rate and
USB Rec. or REC again to select the recording speed. Press ./> to
select a desired recording speed and USB Rec. or REC again to finish recording.
X 1 SPEED (96kbps, 128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps)
- You can listen to music while recording it.
X 2 SPEED (Only 96kbps, 128kbps)
- You can just recording the music file. (Only Audio CD)
• When you select CD function, and then press USB Rec. on the player or REC
on the remote control as not selecting any tracks, all music files in CD are
recorded.
• Set programs by using PROGRAM/MEMO and press USB Rec. on the player
or REC on the remote control, you can record desired songs on CD in order.
• When set sleep mode to on, recording stops at the previously set time and
then the player is turned off.
• For sources of DAB radio/iPod, recording is not supported.
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7. Press:
CLOCK
./>
SET
./>
SET
./>
SET
Use your player as an alarm clock
Press and hold TIMER on the player for two seconds. Each function, TUNER,
DAB, CD, USB flashes for two seconds. Press SET on the player when the
function you want to be woken by is showing.
If you choose TUNER you will be shown the stations you have saved as presets. Use ./> on the player to select the station you want, then press SET
on the player.
You will be shown the ON TIME display. This is where you set the time you want
the alarm to go off. Use ./> on the player to change the hours and minutes and SET on the player to save.
You will then be shown the OFF TIME display. This is where you set the time
you want the function to stop. Use ./> on the player to change the hours
and minutes and press SET on the player to save.
Next you will be shown the volume (VOL) you want to be woken by. Use
./> on the player to change the volume and SET on the player to save.
Switch the system off. The clock icon shows that the alarm is set.
When the system is turned off you can check the time the alarm is set for by
pressing TIMER on the player. You can also turn the alarm on and off by pressing TIMER on the player. To set the alarm to go off at a different time, switch the
system on and reprogram following the same steps as initially.
NOTE :If you select DAB in setting the TIMER, the last broadcasted channel is
selected automatically.
Fall asleep while listening to your player
Press SLEEP on the remote control one or more times to select delay time
between 10 and 180 minutes, after the player will turn off. Press SLEEP on the
remote control repeatedly, the display changes in the following order, corresponding icons & dimmer ON → SLEEP 180 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 150 (dimmer
ON) → SLEEP 120 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 90 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 80 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 70 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 60 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 50
(dimmer ON) → SLEEP 40 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 30 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP
20 (dimmer ON) → SLEEP 10 (dimmer ON) → sleep off & dimmer off.
Sound quality adjustment
You can choose sound impressions. Press EQ on the remote control repeatedly,
the display changes in the following order, NATURAL → AUTO -- EQ (Only
MP3/WMA file) → POP → CLASSIC → ROCK → JAZZ → NORMAL.
VSM (Virtual Sound Matrix)
You can select the Virtual sound. Press VSM on the player to set the virtual
sound. Press VSM on the player repeatedly, the display changes in the following order, BYPASS → VIRTUAL → ON STAGE.
• BYPASS : Software with multichannel surround audio signals is played according to the way it was recorded.
• VIRTUAL : Real-time 3D positioned sound rendering technology with stereo
sources, optimized for stereo speakers. Listeners may experience amazing
virtual surround effects with their own multimedia players.
• ON STAGE : The sound fills Concert hall.
About MP3/WMA
MP3/WMA Disc compatibility with this unit is limited as follows:
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Sampling Frequency : 8 - 48 kHz (MP3), 32 - 48 kHz (WMA)
Bit rate : 8 - 320 kbps (MP3), 48 - 320 kbps (WMA)
CD-R physical format should be “ISO 9660”
If you record MP3/WMA 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 creates an ISO 9660
file system.
• Do not use special letters such as “/ : * ? “ < >”etc.
• Even if the total number of files on the disc is more than 1000, the unit will
only show up to 999.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Specifications
Cause
Correction
General
No power.
No sound.
The power cord is not plugged in.
Plug in the power cord.
Check whether electricity failed.
Check the condition by operating other
electronic devices.
Check whether you select right function. Press FUNC. (FUNCTION/INPUT) and
check the selected function.
General
Power supply
Power consumption
Net Weight
External dimensions (WxHxD)
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Tuner
FM Tuning Range
AM Tuning Range
DAB Tuning Range
87,5 - 108,0 MHz or 65 - 74 MHz,
87,5 - 108,0 MHz
522 - 1620 kHz or 520 - 1720 kHz
174 - 239 MHz
The antenna is positioned or connected Connect the antenna securely.
poorly.
Amplifier
Output Power
T.H.D
Frequency Response
Signal-to-noise ratio
80 W + 80 W
0,5 %
40 - 20000 Hz
75 dB
Check whether the player is connected
to the unit correctly.
Connect it to the unit correctly.
CD
Frequency response
Signal-to-noise ratio
Dynamic range
40 - 20000Hz
75 dB
75 dB
Check whether iPod is fully charged.
Charge the iPod.
Speakers (FAS163F)
Type
Impedance
Frequency Response
Sound Pressure Level
Rated Input Power
Max. Input Power
Net Dimensions (WxHxD)
Net Weight (1EA)
3 Way 3 Speaker
4Ω
70 - 20,000 Hz
83 dB/W (1m)
80 W
160 W
129 x 297 x 250 mm
3,6 kg
CD
The unit does not
start playback.
An unplayable disc is inserted.
Insert a playable disc.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
RADIO
Radio stations
cannot be tuned in.
iPod
iPod does not work.
Remote control
The remote control
does not work
properly.
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Refer to main label.
Refer to main label.
3,2 kg
175 x 217 x 260 mm
5 oC to 35 oC
5% to 85 %
The remote control is too far from the
unit.
Operate the remote control within about
16 ft (5 m).
There is an obstacle in the path of the
remote control and the unit.
Remove the obstacle.
The battery in the remote control is
exhausted.
Replace the battery with new one.
MEMO
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MEMO
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MEMO
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DERED AT THE TIME GUARANTEE SERVICE IS PROVED.
RETAIN YOUR RECEIPT TO PROVE DATE OF PURCHASE. A COPY OF YOUR RECEIPT MUST BE SURREN-
● REQUIREMENTS TO MAINTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE:
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
E. Aerial alignment and consumer control adjustments are not covered by this guarantee.
worn in use.
D. We respectfully point out that your dealer is not obligated to replace batteries if they become exhausted or
evidence of the date of purchase.
purchased. The dealer may, before carrying out service under guarantee, require a receipted account as
C. Any claims made under guarantee must be directed to the dealer from whom the equipment was originally
apparatus is removed, defaced, misused, or altered.
apparatus, or if non standard components are used or if the serial number of the
B. The dealer is not obliged to carry out service under guarantee if unauthorized modifications are made to the
A. The dealer may restrict the guarantee to the original purchaser.
PLEASE NOTE:
relevant claims procedure.
must be made in accordance with the published scale of service charges and
repair of this LG equipment, for a period of 12 months from the original date of purchase. These claims
2. The dealer (or his service agent) who sold the product will be reimbursed for any labour provided in the
12 months from the original date of purchase.
1. All faulty components which fail due to defective manufacture will be replaced free of charge for a period of
● LG Electronics U.K. Ltd. will provide the following services in order to expedite this Guarantee.
GUARANTEE
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