LG | LF-BM340D | LG LF-BM340D Owner’s Manual

LF-M340_ENG
DAB MICRO HI-FI SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: LF-BM340
(LF-BM340A/D/X, LFS-BM340)
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating your
set.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs
and
notice for
specifications
improvement.
are
subject
to
change
CD-R/RW
without
This label is located
on
the interior.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
COVER(OR BACK) NO
This
Compact Disc player
product.
is classified
as a
CLASS 1
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SER-
LASER
VICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located
on
the
exterior.
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle is
The
intended to alert the
of uninsulated
the
user
to the presence
within
dangerous voltage
product's enclosure that may be of
magnitude to constitute a risk of
sufficient
electric shock to persons.
point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
The exclamation
WARNING
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 cabinet, Refer
servicing
to
qualified personnel only.
The
apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Do not install this
such
a
bookcase
equipment
or
in
a
confined space
similar unit.
CAUTION
Use of controls
of
adjustments
performance
procedures other than those specified herein may
or
or
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser component in this product is capable of
emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
LASERSTRALNING NAR
DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG.
VARNING:OSYNLIG
DENNA
Attention:Quand l'appareil est ouvert,
poser
2
aux
ne pas s'exradiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
POWER: This unit operates
on a
mains
supply of
230V~,50Hz.
WIRING: This unit is supplied with a BSI 1363
approved 13 amp mains plug, with a 13 or 5 amp
fuse. When replacing the fuse always use a 13 or 5
amp BS 1362, BSI or ASTA approved type. Never
use this plug without the fuse cover. To obtain a
replacement fuse cover contact your dealer or "LG
Electronics U.K.Ltd." 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 13 or 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 indentifying
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.
product is manufactured to comply with
requirements of EEC
DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and
This
the radio interference
73/23/EEC.
Contents
1Introduction.......................4
Front/RearPanel...................5
TapePlayback.....................15
BasicPlayback.................15
ToStopPlay...................15
TapeCounterReset.............15
To Play Rewind or Fast Forward
.15
TapeRecording....................15
BasicRecording................15
Recording from Radio,CD or Auxiliary
RemoteControl.....................6
source........................15
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SymbolsUsedinthisManual
NotesonTapes.....................4
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NotesonDiscs......................4
Handlingdiscs...................4
Storingdiscs....................4
Cleaningdiscs...................4
Remote Control
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2Installation..........................8
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SpeakerSystemConnection
.8
(Aerial) Connections
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Setting the Voltage (OPTIONAL)
AuxiliaryDevices....................9
AudioAdjustment....................9
VolumeAdjustment...............9
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SoundQualityAdjustment
HeadphoneSocket...............9
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To check MP3 file information,
CDTEXTDisplay...............16
ProgramPlay...................17
AboutMP3........................17
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MUTE.........................9
SURROUNDON/OFF.............9
XDSS
(Extreme Dynamic Sound
System)........................9
OAO (Orientation Acoustic Optimizer)
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CD to Tape Synchronized Recording 15
CDPlayback....................16-17
BasicPlayback.................16
PausePlayback.................16
StopPlayback..................16
SkippingaTrack................16
SearchingaTrack...............16
Repeat.......................16
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battery installation
Remote Control Operation Range
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DisplayWindow.....................7
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MaintenanceandService
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ShippingtheUnit...................18
CleaningtheUnit...................18
Service...........................18
Troubleshooting....................19
ON/OFF........................9
5Reference..........................20
3Operation..........................10
Specifications......................20
AutoFunctionSelection..............10
SettingtheClock...................10
UsingtheSleepFunction............10
Timer............................11
RDSFunction-OPTIONAL.
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AboutRDS.....................12
RDSTuning....................12
RDSDisplayOptions.............12
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ProgrammeSearch(PTY).
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WhatisDAB?......................13
PresettingtheDAB..................13
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Presetting the Radio Stations
ListeningtotheRadio...............14
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1. Introduction
To ensure proper use of this product, please read
this owner's manual carefully and retain for
future reference.
Notes
on
on
Discs
Handling discs
Do not touch the
This manual
information
the operaprovides
tion and maintenance of your CD player. Should
the unit require service, contact an authorized
service location
and
(refer
to
on
the disc
get
on
playback side of the disc. Hold
by the edges so that fingerprints do not
the surface. Never stick paper
or
tape
on
the disc.
Maintenance
Chapter 4,
Service).
Symbols
Symbols
Used
Used in this Manual
Indicates hazards
the unit itself
Indicates
or
likely
to cause harm to
other material
special
notes and
damage.
operating
features.
Storing discs
After playing, store
to direct
Notes
on
on
the disc in its
case.
Do not
expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of
heat and never leave it in a parked car exposed
sunlight.
Tapes
Tapes
Preventing record
Removing the tab(s) of the cassette (with a small
screwdriver) will prevent accidental erasure.
Side A
Cleaning 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 center out.
Tab for side A
Tab for side B
To record
again,
cover
the hole of the tab with
adhesive tape.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available
cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older
vinyl records.
Adhesive tape.
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Front // Rear Panel
1
Introducin
16
234
15
5
12
OPTIONAL
14
22
13
21
6
20
11
87
17
19
9
10
1.TAPE DOOR
2.
18
10. HEADPHONE SOCKET
TIMER button
3.? MODE/RIF button
11. FUNCTION button
PLAY MODE button
?
12. DISPLAY WINDOW
CD SYNC. button
?
13. CLOCK button
4.
OAO
5.
REMOTE SENSOR
6.
VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
?
RDS button
7.
POWER (
?
SET
(Orientation
Acoustic
Optimizer)
STANDBY/ON)
?CD SKIP/SEARCH (
?
(
button
(
) button
?
?
9.
OPTIONAL
CD PAUSE
(CD
button
) button
COUNTER RESET button
/
) button
16.
PUSH EJECT
) button
PRESET (-/+) button (TUNER)
18. POWER CORD
/
PLAY (
STOP
(
:
position -DECK
17. VOLTAGE SELECT SWITCH
:
OPTIONAL
19. SPEAKER TERMINAL
20. AUXILIARY INPUT SOCKET
) button (TAPE):
(
(COUNT. )
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
?
?
:
(CLOCK/ TIMER)
TAPE REWIND/FAST FORWARD
?REVERSE PLAY
?
14. XDSS button
TUNING (-/+) buttons
COMPO. (-/+) buttons
?
?
button
15.?DAB MODE button
8.? RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE
?
PHONES):
(
3.5mm
21. DAB ANTENNA TERMINAL
button
)
)
button
22. ANTENNA TERMINAL
(TAPE, CD)
(TAPE, CD)
CD OPEN/CLOSE (
OPEN/CLOSE)
button
CD DOOR
5
Remote Control
Control
AUX button
MUTE button
POWER button
PRESET
/
(
) buttons
VOLUME CONTROL (
/
) button
TUNER/ BAND button
SLEEP button
CD FUNCTION buttons
PLAY/PAUSE
?
?
) button
) button
PROGRAM/MEMO button
CD SKIP/SEARCH
TAPE FUNCTION buttons
CD
?
(
STOP(
/
(
?
) button
?
REPEAT button
?
?
?
EQUALIZER PATTERN
button
?
XDSS button
?
(EQ PATT.)
?
?
SURROUND (SURR.) button
OAO (Orientation Acoustic
RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE button
BACKWARD PLAY button
)
:
(
FORWARD PLAY (
) button
) button
TAPE STOP
(
FAST FORWARD
REWIND
(
(
) button
) button
?
button
?
NUMBER buttons
?
Optimizer)
DAB MODE button
COMP(
ENS(
Remote Control
/
/
)
?
) butons
?
) buttons
?
battery
rear
battery
Remote Control
cover on
of the remote
trol, and insert
AAA AAA
(CD/MP3 Info)
installation
Detach the
the
(
DAB/SCAN button
MP3 file information/CD TEXT
two R03
(size AAA) batteries
and
con-
with
aligned
Caution: Do not mix old and
new
Never mix different types of batteries
alkaline, etc.).
6
Point the remote control at the remote
batteries.
(standard,
sensor
(7 m) from the front of the
remote sensor.
Angle: About
30° in each direction of the front of
the remote
correctly.
Display
button
Operation Range
and press the buttons.
Distance: About 23 ft
sensor.
)
OPTIONAL
W indow
Display Window
19
18 17 16
1
14
15
MEMORY
RDS
32
PS
12
13
REPEAT
PTY RT
PROGRAM
CT
ALL
1
SLEEP
CD SYNCHRO
10
11
STEREO
MUTE
9
8
4
kHz
7
MHz
5
6
1.
XDSS
(Extreme Dynamic Sound System)
9.
MUTE indicator
indicator
10. FM STEREO indicator
2.
OAO
11. SLEEP indicator
3.
DAB
4.
PROGRAM indicator
5.
CD/ TUNER/ TAPE PLAY/ Track number/
(Orientation Acoustic Optimizer) indicator
(Digital Audio Broadcasting) indicator
12. CD REPEAT indicator
13. RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE indicator
CLOCK/ MP3 information/SLEEP etc.
indicators
14. TIMER indicator
15. PS, PTY, RT, CT indicator
(OPTIONAL)
16. MEMORY indicator
6.
LEVEL METER indicator
7.
CD SYNCHRO RECORDING indicator
17. RDS indicator
(OPTIONAL)
18. CD PLAY/PAUSE indicator
8.? TAPE PLAY
(
/
)DIRECTION
indicators
(OPTIONAL)
?
TAPE PLAY MODE
(
19. MP3 indicator
) indicator
(OPTIONAL)
7
2. Installation
Speaker
Speaker System
Connect the
speaker
Connection
Connection
cords to the
speaker
terminals.
red
black
red
Right speaker
Left
speaker
otes
?
Be
sure
to match the
If the cords
?
?
are
speaker cord to the appropriate terminal on the components:
reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack base.
If you use front speakers with low maximum
sive output on the speakers.
Do not disassemble the front
Antenna
cover
of
+
input rating, adjust the volume carefully
to
+
and
--
supplied
supplied speaker.
FM/AM/DAB antennas for
listening
to the radio.
(OPTIONAL)
FM external
(aerial)
(not supplied)
antenna
FM indoor antenna
(aerial)
AM
loop antenna (aerial)
(Supplied)
Position it for
the best
AM
(MW) loop
(aerial)
(Supplied)
FM external
antenna
(aerial)
(not supplied)
antenna
For AM
the
AM
loop
reception
75 ohms
coaxial
cable
(MW) reception, connect
antenna (aerial) to the
terminal marked AM
FM 75
FM wire antenna
(supplied)
DAB wire antenna
AM
(supplied)
FM GND
DAB wire antenna
(supplied)
otes
?T
o
?
?
8
prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop
antenna away from the unit and other
fully extend the FM wire antenna.
After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it
Be
sure
to
as
horizontal
as
possible.
--.
to avoid exces-
Connections
(Aerial)
(Aerial) Connections
Connect the
to
components.
the
Setting
Setting
MUTE
voltage
(OPTIONAL)
voltage (OPTIONAL)
If your set is equipped with a voltage selector at
the back side, be sure to set it to your local power
supplied before connecting the AC power cord.
Press MUTE to
such
temporarily stop
the sound
when you answer the telephone.
The MUTE indicator flashes in the display
as
window.
Auxiliary
Devices
Connect
auxiliary
an
VCR via the
rear
device such
as a
TV
or
mounted AUX sockets and
SURROUND ON/OFF
You
choose between 2 surround sound
can
modes
press AUX.
or
turn it off
SURROUND
by pressing
(SURR.).
The "SURROUND ON"
ote
You
also record from the
can
the
auxiliary input
recording section).
source,
(see
Audio
Adjustment
Volume
Adjustment
OFF" passes
level,
Sound
?Y
ou
or
the remote control, press VOLUME
or
(
(
)
)
and "XDSS ON" passes by with the
right. To cancel, press
XDSS again than "XDSS OFF" passes by
lights
clockwise to increase the sound level,
counterclockwise to decrease it.
CONTROL
(Extreme Dynamic Sound System)
Press XDSS to reinforce treble, bass and
the surround effect. The "XDSS" indicator
?Turn the VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
Using
to increase the sound
left side from the
with the left side from the
OAO
to decrease it.
(Orientation
Acoustic
"OAO" indicator
can
es
choose between 4 fixed sound
the EQ PATT. button
on
the remote control.
FLAT
linear
ROCK
more
frequency
right.
Optimizer) ON/OFF
Press OAO to reinforce the bass sound. The
Quality Adjustment
impressions using
"SURROUND
right.
XDSS
?
or
with the left side from the
by
by
lights
and "OAO ON" passright. To
with the left side from the
cancel, press OAO again than "OAO OFF"
passes
by
with the left side from the
right.
response
POP
bass, more treble
less bass, less treble
CLASSIC
for orchestral music
Headphone Socket
a stereo headphone plug (
3.5mm)
into the headphone jack to listen to the
sound through headphones. The speakers
are automatically disconnected when you
plug in the headphones (not supplied).
Connect
9
3.
Operation
Auto Function Selection
Selection
?
If you press CD PLAY/ PAUSE (
) during
radio receiving or CASSETTE play, CD play-
back will
?
begin.
If you press TUNER/ BAND during CD or
CASSETTE play, radio function will work.
Setting
Setting
1.
Using
Using
the
Sleep
Function
When the
sleep timer is used, the power is automatically turned off after the specified time has
elapsed.
1.
To
specify the time delay before the power is
turned off, press SLEEP.
In the display window you
for about 5 seconds. This
the Clock
Clock
system
Press CLOCK.
turns off
see
means
that the
automatically after
90
minutes.
(If the clock is requires setting, press and hold
more than 2 seconds.)
CLOCK for
Press SLEEP until the desired time is dis-
played.
2.
Select
a
pressing
24 hour
cycle or
(-)/(+).
12 hour
Note: Each time the button is
cycle by
time interval is reduced
PRESET
or
To check the
remaining time
(24HR)
4.
Use PRESET
5.
Press SET.
Use PRESET
ote
(-)/(+)
(-)/(+)
to set the correct hours.
to set the correct
Press SET and the correct time is shown
the
8.
10
on
display.
Press CLOCK at any time to
for about 5 seconds.
If you press SLEEP while the sleep time is displayed, the SLEEP time is reset.
3. To cancel the sleep timer mode, press the
SLEEP button repeatedly until "SLEEP 10"
appears, and then press SLEEP once again
while "SLEEP 10" indicator is displayed.
minutes.
7.
5 seconds.
Press SET to confirm the selected hour
cycle.
6.
until the power
is turned off, press SLEEP while the sleep
function is active. The time remaining is dis-
played for about
3.
pressed the
10 minutes. i.e.
80...70... etc.
2.
(12HR)
by
display the time
imer
Timer
7.
Set the minute to switch
PRESET
With the TIMER function you can have the radio
reception and recording, CD play, tape play or
auxiliary
source
play and recording turned
8.
on
2.
set
9.
clock, timer function doesn't
PRESET
want to correct the
previous
setting, press and hold the
TIMER button more than 2 seconds.
The
previous memorized timer
TIMER indicators appear in the
4.
to confirm the hour to switch off.
11. Set the minute
memo-
PRESET
rized TIMER
-
by pressing
(-)/(+).
setting
mode.
3.
Set the hour to switch off
10. Press SET
Press TIMER to enter the timer
(If you
on.
"OFF TIME" indicator appears for about 0.5
seconds in the display window and then
disappears.
Press CLOCK to check the current time.
(If you don't
work.)
by pressing
Press SET to confirm the minute to switch
-
and off at the time desired.
1.
on
(-)/(+).
on
time and
display.)
Each function
(TUNER-CD-TAPE-DAB)
flashes in the display window in turn. Press
SET when the desired function is flashing.
to switch off
by pressing
(-)/(+).
12. Press SET.
13. Adjust the volume level by pressing
PRESET (-)/(+).
14. Press SET.
"TIMER" appears in the display window and
setting has been completed.
the timer
1. a. When you select the TUNER or DAB
function,"PLAY" and "REC" indicator
flash in the
display window alternately
15. Switch the system off.
for about 3 seconds.
"PLAY" indicator
:
"REC" indicator
:
The selected function is
or
DAB
play
or
DAB
play
TUNER
switched
on
automatically
and off at the time set.
only
TUNER
and
b. Press SET when the desired function
is
c.
To cancel
or
check the timer
Each time the TIMER button is
recording
select the timer set
check the timer
flashing.
Select the
previous memorized preset
number with PRESET (-)/(+) button
and press SET. (TUNER only)
"ON TIME" indicator appears for
about 0.5 seconds in the display
can
also
status.
"
To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button
-
window and then
can
or
"
so
setting
pressed you
cancel. You
check the timer, press the TIMER
that
appears in the display window.
To activate
button
or
that
"
"
disappears
in the
so
display window.
disappears.
2. When you select the CD or TAPE function,
"ON TIME" indicator appears for
-
about 0.5 seconds in the
window and then
5.
Set the hour to switch
PRESET
6.
on
display
disappears.
by pressing
(-)/(+).
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch
on.
11
RDS Function
-
Programme Search (PTY)
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
A
tion to FM radio. Now in
major benefit of RDS is its ability to encode
Programme Type (PTY) codes
that indicate the type of material being broadcast.
The following list shows the abbreviations used to
indicate each PTY along with an explanation of
RDS is
the PTY.
broadcasts with
About RDS
This unit is
equipped with RDS (Radio Data
brings a wide range of informa-
which
System),
use in many countries,
system for transmitting station call signs
or network information, a description of station
programme type text message about the station
or
a
specifics of musical selection and the
correct
time.
RDS
Tuning
When
a
FM station is tuned in and it contains
RDS data, the unit will 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
RDS
(PS)
if transmitted
by
the station.
Display Options
The RDS system is capable of transmitting a
wide variety of information in addition to the initial
call
sign that appears when a station is first
tuned. In normal RDS operation the display
will
indicate the station name, broadcast network
call letters. Pressing RDS on the front panel
or
enables you to cycle through the various data
types in the sequence:
FREQUENCY
(PS
?PTY
PTY
RT
(Programme type recognition)-
of the programme type is shown in the
Window.
?RT
name
Display
recognition)- The name of the
Display Window.
?CT (Time controlled by the channel)- Enables
(Radio
text
radio text is shown in the
the unit to receive the actual time and show it in
the
Display Window.
(Programme Service name)- The name of
the channel is shown in the Display Window.
?PS
ote
Some RDS stations may not choose to include
of these additional features. If the data
some
required for the selected mode is not being transmitted, the Display Window will show a PTY
NONE, RT NONE, CT NONE, PS NONE message.
News
Current Affairs
INFO
Information
SPORT
Sports
EDUCATE
Educational
DRAMA
Drama
CULTURE
Culture
SCIENCE
Science
VARIED
Varied
POP M
Popular
ROCK M
Rock Music
Speech Programme
Music
EASY M
Easy Listening
LIGHT M
Classical Music
CLASSICS
Serious Classical Music
OTHER M
Other Music
WEATHER
Weather Information
Music
FINANCE
Financial
CHILDREN
Children
s
SOCIAL
Social Affairs
RELIGION
Religious
Broadcasts
Programmes
Touring
Programmes
Programmes
PHONE IN
Phone-In
TRAVEL
Travel and
LEISURE
Leisure and
JAZZ
Jazz Music
COUNTRY
Country
Programmes
Hobby
Music
NATION M
National Music
OLDIES
Oldies Music
FOLK M
Folk Music
DOCUMENT
CT)
The
NEWS
AFFAIRS
Documentary Programmes
Message
TEST
Station Alarm Test
ALARM 1
Emergency
Broadcast Information
You may search for a specific Programme
(PTY) by following these steps.
1.
2.
Press TUNER/BAND to select FM mode.
Select
a
desired station
by pressing
TUNING (-)/(+).
When the RDS transmission is received, the
display shows the program service name
(PS) after RDS indicator appears.
3. Press the RDS to select PTY mode.
4. To search for a different PTY, press the
PRE-
(-)/(+) while the last PTY in use is still
displayed to scroll through the list of available
SET
PTY types.
5. When the PTY is selected, press the
/w ithin 5 seconds.
The unit will go into an automatic search
mode and attempt to find the next station
with
acceptable signal strength that matches
the desired PTY type.
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Type
What
What is DAB ?
Presetting
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is new form of
radio broadcasting using digital signals rather than
traditional analogue signals. DAB is a listening to
the CD-like quality radio programs. DAB can carry
not only audio, but also text.
You
DAB Scan
2.
1.
Press the DAB/SCAN button repeatedly on
the remote control to select the scan type
you want.
Scan by Type
repeatedly
the remote
on
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
A
Press the FUNCTION button repeatedly (or
press the DAB/SCAN button on the remote
control) to select the DAB function so that
DAB indicator light
Scan Initial
Press FUNCTION button
(or DAB/SCAN button
control)
Operation
the remote
on
control.
3.
Scan by Name
preset number will flash in the display window.
Press PRESET
on
.
2.
the DAB
preset 50 stations for DAB.
to select the DAB you want.
This function is used to scan the available
frequency from DAB broadcasting.
1.
can
4.
(-)/(+)
or
PRESET
(
/
)
the remote control to select the preset
number you want.
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
again.The station
is stored.
5.
Repeat steps
1
to 5 to store other
(or 2)
stations.
To delete all the memorized stations
3.
Press and hold
Press the DAB MODE button.
Currently it changes Display information of DAB
broadcasting which is in the process of listening.
Press DAB MODE button
DAB Mode you want.
S-Name
on
the PROGRAM/MEMO
remote control for about two
DAB Mode
repeatedly
Qual
Dls
S-Type
to select the
Ens
blink in the
-
display window and then press
on the remote control again,
the stations
are
deleted.
For your reference
If all stations have already been entered, FULL
message will appear in the display window for a
change the preset number, follow the steps
Service Type (S-Type) : Displays the Type of
Component for the current broadcast.
Press and hold PRESET
Segment (Dls): Currently it
displays the Scroll of Component which is selected.
-
preset number will flash. To
Service Component (S-Name) : Displays the
Name of Component for the current broadcast.
-D ynamic Label
the
PROGRAM/MEMO
moment and then a
-
on
seconds, "CLEAR"
To recall
/
()
4-5.
presets
on
(-)/(+)
or
PRESET
the remote control until the desired
preset number appears
or
press it
repeatedly.
Quality (Qual): Currently it displays the strength
broadcasting which it doing in
of electric field of
Bar form.
-
Ensemble (Ens): Displays the Ensemble
Component for the current broadcast.
Tuning the component
This function is for moving
component from
current
to next or
of
previous
component.
Press the COMPO. (-)/(+) buttons or
) buttons on the remote control.
COMP(
/
Tuning the Ensemble
This function is for moving to
Ensemble's Component from
Component.
Press the ENS
control.
(
/
next or previous
current Ensemble's
) buttons
on
the remote
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Presetting
You
can
Before
the Radio Stations
Stations
Listening
preset 50 stations for FM and AM.
tuning, make
1.
to the Radio
Press TUNER/BAND to select the
frequency
that you have turned
down the volume to the minimum.
(AM or FM) you want.
Every time you press this button,
changes alternately.
1.
The last received station is tuned in.
sure
Press FUNCTION button repeatedly
(or TUNER/BAND on the remote control) to
select the frequency (AM or FM) you want.
Every time you press this button, AM and FM
changes alternately.
2.
AM and FM
/
(-)/(+) (or PRESET (
)
control) repeatedly to select
Press PRESET
on
the remote
the preset station you want.
Each time you press the button, the unit
-
2.
Select
station you want
a
by pressing
tunes in one
preset station
at a time.
TUNING (-)/(+) buttons.
Tuning
in
automatically
(-)/(+) for more than 0.5
second. Scanning stops when the unit
3.
Press TUNING
-
/
()
tunes in a stations.
Tuning
-
3.
in
manually
Press TUNING (-)/(+) briefly and repeatedly.
To listen to
the remote
control) repeatedly.
non-preset radio stations
or automatic tuning in step
2 on
left.
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
A
on
the remote
preset number will flash in the display window.
/
(-)/(+) (or PRESET (
)
control) to select the preset
Press PRESET
on
For automatic
?
the remote
(-)/(+)
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
on
tuning, press and hold TUNING
panel.
the front
To turn off the radio
Press POWER
unit off
or
number you want.
5.
on
Use manual
?
control.
4.
Adjust the volume by rotating VOLUME
CONTROL KNOB (or pressing VOLUME
or
(
STANDBY/ON)
?
The station is stored.
(MP3/CD
TAPE).
For your reference
If an FM program is
again.
to turn the
select another function mode
Press MODE/RIF
noisy
that "STEREO" disapdisplay window. There will be no
stereo effect, but the reception will improve.
Press MODE/RIF again to restore the stereo
so
pears in the
6.
Repeat steps
1
to 5 to store other
(or 2)
stations.
effect.
To delete all the memorized stations
Press and hold PROGRAM/MEMO
on
?
the remote
control for about two seconds, "CLEAR" appears in
the display window and then press PROGRAM/
MEMO again, the stations
are
deleted.
moment and then a
To recall
preset number will flash. To
on
the remote
preset number appears
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4-5.
?
Use MODE/RIF
(Radio Interference Filter)
mono reception if stereo
reception is distorted by noise.
When recording the MW(AM) broadcast, beat
function to switch to
?
noises may
once.
presets
Press and hold PRESET
/
()
(-)/(+) (or PRESET
control)
or
until the desired
press it
antennas.
otes
For your reference
If all stations have already been entered, FULL
message will appear in the display window for a
change the preset number, follow the steps
To improve reception
Reposition the supplied
repeatedly.
occur.
If it
does, press MODE/RIF
Tape Playback
Tape
Tape Recording
Tape
Use
Wind the tape to the point
Use only normal tapes.
only normal tapes.
Basic Playback
1. Press FUNCTION button repeatedly to select
tape function.
TAPE" appears in the
("NO
2.
Open
the cassette door
3.
Insert
a
upside
4.
cassette with the
tape side
Press PLAY
(
or
side from the
To
:
2.
by
with the left
STOP(
Counter Reset
Recording
playback. Playing
display window.
1.
Rewind
/
Press
or
-
0000" in
Fast Forward
or
/
on
-
on
the front
the remote control
stop, press PLAY(
)
at the
during
point
2.
After auto stop deck plays
unit stops automatically.
only front side, the
AUTO REVERSE DECK:OPTIONAL
want
by
select direction of the cassette you
pressing PLAY MODE.
Pressing Display
Once
-
Function
After the cassette plays
front or reverse (backward play) side, stops
After the cassette plays
front and reverse side,
stops automatically.
Three
times
)
on
the front
panel
recording
during recording.
"REC" flashes in display window.
To
stop recording
STOP(
).
Tape Synchronized Recording
The CD synchro recording function dubs a complete CD and programmed titles automatically
into a cassette.
1.
Press CD SYNC. in stop mode.
"REC" flashes and "CD SYNC" indicator
lights.
2.
The
synchronized recording is started
automatically after about 8 seconds.
otes
?
automatically.
Twice
panel or the remote
MP3/CD, TUNER
To pause
Press
AUTO STOP DECK
can
the front
Press
or PLAY(
or the remote control.
The recording begins.
CD to
You
on
AUX function.
Press TAPE
-
Auxiliary
"REC" flashes and holds the cassette in
you want.
-
or
pause mode.
(COUNT.) during
time appears "TP
pressing
or
from Radio, CD
source
) during playback.
Press COUNTER RESET
panel or
playback,
the cassette deck and insert a blank
cassette into the cassette compartment.
control and then select the
Press
Play
want to record.
Open
OPTIONAL).
Stop Play
After
AUX) you
To set the recording direction :OPTIONAL
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly to set the
recording direction.
to the
right.
Tape
To
or
and then close deck.
The "TAPE PLAY" passes
starts.
Basic Recording
1. Select the function (MP3/CD, TUNER/BAND
display window.)
by pushing
PUSH EJECT position.
recording
?
If you wish to record from the desired track,
select the desired track with CD SKIP/
/
SEARCH (
) before commencing CD synchro recording.
The function change is not possible during
recording.
After the cassette plays
six times repeatedly
front and reverse side,
stops automatically.
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CD
CD
Skipping
Playback
Basic
1.
) button
Playback
?
Press FUNCTION button
repeatedly
to select
CD function.
If
no
disc is loaded then "NO DISC" is dis-
played.
2.
Press CD OPEN/CLOSE
and
( OPEN/ CLOSE)
place the disc into the disc tray.
an
8cm
(3 inch) disc, put
it onto the inner
3.
Press CD OPEN/CLOSE
to close the disc
OPEN/
(
CLOSE)
compartment.
Audio CD: "READING" appears in the display
window, and then the total number
of tracks and the
playing time
number of files is
button
displayed.
(CD
play
a
MP3 file.
Repeat
-
play
one
track
repeatedly
during playback.
appears in the display.
"REPEAT 1"
once
play all tracks repeatedly
again during playback.
"REPEAT ALL" appears in the display.
To cancel
repeat play
Press REPEAT
-
)
once more during playback.
Repeat indicator disappears.
Display
Press the CD/MP3 Info button
panel
or
CD
)
STOP(
) during playback.
or
or Album) of the
CD TEXT will be shown in the
display window.
-
the remote control. Press
STOP(
If there is no the information of the MP3 file,
"NO ID3 TAG" indicator will be shown in the
display window.
-
If there is
no
the information of the CD TEXT,
this function is not
-
operation.
CD TEXT Display does not
suchas"/: *?"<>"etc.
use
special letters
ote
This unit
can
play
a
contains audio titles
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or
playback.
The information (Title, Artist
MP3 file
the front
during MP3 file
Audio CD
Stop Playback
on
want.
ote
-
on
point you
To check MP3 file information, CD TEXT
) or PLAY/ PAUSE (
on the remote control during playback.
Press this button again it to resume play.
)
during playback,
Press REPEAT
Playback
STOP(
/
the remote control
on
To
( ) on the front panel or PLAY/
PAUSE (
) on the remote control.
In addition, you can also play an Audio CD or
MP3 CD using the NUMBER buttons.
Press
Track
This function is not available to
-
Press PLAY
Press CD PAUSE
a
pressing and holding
Press REPEAT
MP3 CD: "READING" appears in the
display window, and then the total
Pause
Searching
To
are
displayed.
4.
/
(
) button is pressed once midway
through a track, the player returns to the start
of that track. When it is pressed again, a track
is skipped each time the button is pressed.
then release at the
circle of the tray.
/
(
to go to the next track.
When the CD SKIP/SEARCH
After
ote
To load
Track
a
Press the CD SKIP/SEARCH
?
CD-R
or
or
CD-RW that
MP3 files.
About MP3
Program Play
Yo u
arrange the order of the tracks on the
discs and create your own program. The program
can contain up to 20 tracks.
1.
can
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
control
2.
on
on
"MP3 files".
Press
/
EX) "04 P-01"
will be shown in the
to select the track.
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
5.
compatibility
limited
follows:
the remote
2.
3.
4.
(
PAUSE
)
(
)
the front
on
panel
or
PLAY/
on
Sampling Frequency / 8 48kHz
Bit rate / 8 320kbps
CD-R physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3 files using the software
-
-
"Easy-CD Creator",
5.
the stop mode.
-ATrack and program number will be
displayed.
6.
To clear program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote
()
on
on
the stop mode. And then CD STOP
repeatedly
Repeat
2~4on above.
on
which creates
e.g. "********.MP3".
Even if the total number of files
more
than 1000, it will
1.
modify program
the remote
on
control to
2.
modify.
Repeat
the disc
recognizes the multi session disc
according to a disc of CD-ROM type.
ex) If there are MP3 files in the first session, the
MP3 file in the first session is only played.
If there are only MP3 files in the whole sesThis function
sion, all of the MP3 files in the session
are
played.
session, only
the Audio CD in the first session is
contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
on
only be shown up
If there is Audio CD in the first
To
an
About MULTI SESSION
-
the program stop mode
until "Track Number" blinks.
2.
control
SYSTEM, for
to 999.
the remote control.
To add program contents
1.
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
FILE
ISO9660 file system.
File names should be named using 30 letters
or less and must incorporate ".mp3" extension
have
control
a
"Direct-CD" etc., it is impossible to playback
MP3 files. We recommend that you use
on
To check program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote
with this unit is
example
the remote control.
"PROGRAM" appears in the display window.
control
as
which cannot create
1~3.
Press PLAY
not read an MP3 file that has not
MP3 Disc
1.
on
can
".mp3" file extension.
display.
number
control.
Repeat
The unit
?
Track number
4.
compressed by using
layer-3 file-coding scheme.
We call files that have the ".mp3" file extension
the MPEG1 audio
the remote
the stop mode.
Program
3.
An MP3 file is audio data
?
on
played.
the remote
display program number you
want to
2~4on above.
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4. Maintenance and Service
Service
Service
the Unit
Unit
Shipping
Shipping
The
Use the table
als
original shipping carton and packing materiin handy. For maximum protection,
re-pack the unit as it was originally packed at the
factory if you need to ship it.
problems before calling for service.
can come
Cleaning
Cleaning
Use
a
the Unit
Unit
soft, dry cloth when cleaning the player. If
the surfaces
are
lightly moistened
Never
zine,
use
or
extremely dirty, use a soft cloth
with a mild detergent solution.
strong solvents, such
as
alcohol, ben-
paint thinner. These might damage the
surface of the unit.
Do not
use
volatile
liquids, such
as
insecticide
spray, near the unit. Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact with the unit for a long
period of time. They
face.
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will leave marks
on
the
sur-
on
the next page to solve any
T roubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Correction
No power.
?
The power cord is disconnected.
?
No sound.
?
The power of the external
equipment is switched off.
?
The unit does not
start
playback.
?
?
?
No disc
An
or
source
unplayable
The disc is
or
tape is inserted.
placed upside
Switch
on
the external
source
equipment.
tape is inserted.
disc
Plug the power cord into the wall
outlet securely.
down.
?
Insert
a
disc
?
Insert
a
playable disc
?
or
tape.
or
Place the disc with the
tape.
playback side
down.
i
?Th edsc
is not
placed
within the
guide.
?
Place the disc
on
the disc tray
correctly inside the guide.
?
The remote
con-
properly.
dirty.
?The remote control is not
?
pointed
at the
?
remote sensor of the unit.
trol does not
work
The disc is
?
Point the remote control at the
remote sensor of the unit.
The remote control is too far from the
?
unit.
?
Clean the disc.
Operate
the remote control
within about 23 ft
There is
an
obstacle in the
path
of the
(7 m).
?
Remove the obstacle.
?
Replace the batteries
remote control and the unit.
?
The batteries in the remote
control
are
with
new ones.
exhausted.
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5. Reference
Specifications
Specifications
[Genral]
supply
Refer to the back
Power
consumption
70W
Mass
Signal-to-noise
[Tuner]
(MW)
[TAPE]
[Speakrs]
ratio
18000 Hz
-
70 dB
70 dB
Tuning Range
87.5
Intermediate
Signal
108.0 MHz
-
or
65
-
74
MHz, 87.5
60/55 dB
10000 Hz
60
Tuning Range
522-1611kHzor530-1610kHz
Intermediate
450 kHz
Signal
Frequency
to Noise Ratio
-
35 dB
Frequency Response
100
Power
30W
1800 Hz
-
0.15%
Frequency Response
40
-
30W
+
T.H.D
25000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio
80 dB
Tape Speed
3000
Wow Flutter
0.25%
3%
+
120sec
Frequency Response
250
to Noise Ratio
-
(MTT-111. NORMAL-SPEED)
(MTT -111, JIS-WTD)
F.F/REW Time
Signal
(C-60)
8000Hz
43dB(P/B)/43dB(R/P)
Channel Separation
50dB(P/B)/45dB(R/P)
Erase Ratio
55dB
Type
2
Impedance
6Ω
Frequency Response
60
Sound Pressure Level
85 dB/W
Rated
30W
Max.
Input Power
Input Power
Net Dimensions
are
(MTT-5511)
Way
-
2
Speaker
18000 Hz
(1m)
60W
152x223x223mm
(WxHxD)
Weight (1EA)
Designs and specifications
2.2kg
subject
-
10.7 MHz
Frequency
to Noise Ratio
Frequency Response
Net
20
unit.
163 X 223 X 342.2mm
40
Dynamic range
Output
[Amp]
(WxHxD)
Frequency response
FM
panel of the
4.72kg
External dimensions
[CD]
AM
Power
to
change without notice.
108.0 MHz
Technology
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