LG | LM-530D | LG LM-530D Owner’s Manual

UK_LM-230/530(Eng)-A084Z
MINI HI-FI
System
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
LM-230A/D/X
LMS-230
LM-530A/D/X
LMS-530
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating your
set.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs
and
notice for
specifications
improvement.
are
subject
to
change
without
Precautions
This label is located
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
COVER(OR BACK)
the interior.
on
CLASS 1
LASER
KLASSE 1
LASER
PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER
LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT
Compact Disc player
product.
PRODUCT
is classified
LASER
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
This
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON-
LASER
CLASS 1
NEL.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located
as a
on
the exterior.
This
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
The
lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
an equilateral triangle is intended to
within
alert the
user
to the presence of uninsulated
within the
product's enclosufficient magnitude to
dangerous voltage
sure
that may be of
a risk of electric shock to persons.
constitute
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.
appliance
is
supplied
with
BS1363
a
3
approved
amp fused mains plug. When replacing the fuse always
use a 3 amp BS1362 approved type. Never use this
plug
with the fuse
ment fuse
cover
omitted. To obtain
contact your
cover
supplying
a
replace-
dealer
or
"LG
ELECTRONICS U.K.LTD"
If the mains sockets in your home differ, or
type of plug supplied, then the
able for the
be removed and
the
suitable
a
are
not suit-
plug
should
type fitted. Please refer
to
instructions below:
wiring
Warning: The mains plug severed from the mains lead
of this appliance must be destroyed. A mains plug with
bared wires is hazardous if engaged in a mains output
line socket.
WARNING
IMPORTANT
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
The wires in this mains lead
dance with the
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To avoid electrical
shock, do
not open the
Refer
qualified
personnel only.
The
servicing
to
apparatus shall
splashing
such
as
and that
cabinet,
not be
exposed to dripping or
objects filled with liquids,
be placed on the apparatus.
Warning:
book
Blue
:
Neutral
Brown
:
Live
appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings 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
Do not install this
a
accor-
As the colour of the wires in the mains lead of this
no
vases, shall
following
coloured in
are
codes:
case or
equipment
in
a
confined space such
similar unit.
or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter L
CAUTION
Use of controls
procedures
or
adjustments or performance of
specified herein may
other than those
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser
component
radiation
in this
exceeding
product
is
capable
If
a
13 amp BS1363 plug or any other type of plug is
3 amp BS1362 approved fuse must be fitted
used,
either in the
of
emitting
the limit for Class 1.
plug
at the distribution board.
Do not connect either wire to the earth
CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
VARNING:OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING
DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR
or
Warning:
with the letter E
coloured green
or
or
green and
NAR
This
FARLIG.
the radio interference
product
DIRECTIVE
s'exposer
73/23/EEC.
aux
pin,
symbol
yellow.
with the earth
Attention:Quand
2
or
coloured red.
l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas
radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
marked
or
is manufactured to
comply with
requirements of EEC
89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
OPERATION
Precautions...............................2
Presettingtheradiostations.................11
TableofContents..........................3
Listeningtotheradio......................11
BeforeUse................................4
TapePlayback............................12
BasicPlayback..........................12
ToStopPlay...........................12
TapeCounterReset......................12
.12
ToPlayFastRewindorFastForward.
Dubbing...............................12
SafetyPrecautions........................4
NotesonDiscs..........................4
NotesonRemoteControl...................4
NotesonTapes..........................4
FrontPanel/RearPanel......................5
RemoteControl............................6
DisplayWindow............................6
Connections..............................7
SpeakerSystemConnection................7
Antenna(Aerial)Connections................7
BEFORE OPERATION
AudioAdjustment........................8-9
.8
SettingtheVoltage(OPTIONAL).
SettingtheCLOCK.......................8
VolumeAdjustment.......................8
SoundQualityAdjustment..................8
SleepFunction...........................8
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.
MUTE.................................8
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Recording...............................12
BasicSetting...........................12
12
Recording from Radio, CD or Auxiliary source
.12
CDtoTapeSynchronizedRecording.
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.
.
CDPlayback...........................13-14
BasicPlayback..........................13
ToPausePlay..........................13
ToStopPlay...........................13
ToSkipaTrack..........................13
ToSearchaTrack.......................13
ToGotothenextdiscs....................13
ToSelectadiscdirectly...................13
.13
ToReplacediscsduringPlayback.
ToRepeatPlay.........................14
ToProgramPlay........................14
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.
.
.
.
SURROUND............................8
XDSS
(Extreme Dynamic
Sound
System)
.
.
.
.
.
.
8
TimerFunction...........................9
AuxiliaryFunction..........................9
REFERENCE
Troubleshooting..........................15
Specifications
RDSFunction-OPTIONAL..................10
AboutRDS............................10
ProgrammeSearch(PTY).................10
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.
3
INTRODUC
Before Use
Precautions
Safety
Handling
When
The
Notes
the unit
original shipping
packing
in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack
as it was originally packed at the factory.
remote
use
volatile
liquids,
such
remote
as
the unit. Do not leave rubber
near
contact with the unit for
They
will leave marks
Cleaning
plastic products
long period
a
on
insecticide spray,
or
in
a
Remote control
of time.
battery
R03
solution. Do not
benzine,
or
use
thinner,
are
moistened with
lightly
a
these
as
might damage
alcohol,
the surface
discs
Do not touch the
Hold the disc
on
the
(size AAA)
rear
two
batteries with
aligned correctly.
Caution
Do not mix old and
Notes
Discs
on
Handling
get
cover on
control, and insert
new
batteries. Never mix different
types of batteries (standard, alkaline, etc.).
of the unit.
Notes
battery
extremely dirty,
mild detergent
strong solvents, such
as
installation
of the remote
and
soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces
from the front of the
sensor.
Detach the
the surface.
the unit
soft cloth
use a
(7 m)
sensor.
To clean the cabinet
Use
and press
About 30° in each direction of the front of the
Angle:
Do not
About 23 ft
Distance:
the
the surface clean
keep
sensor
the buttons.
materials
come
To
Operation Range
Point the remote control at the remote
carton and
unit
Remote Control
Remote Control
the unit
shipping
on
by
playback side of the disc.
edges so that fingerprints
the
will not
the surface.
Do not stick paper
on
Tapes
Preventing
record
Removing the tab(s) of the cassette (with a small
screwdriver) will prevent accidental erasure.
Side A
or
tape
on
the disc.
Tab for side A
Tab for side B
Storing
After
discs
playing,
store the disc in its
To record
case.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources
heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
again,
cover
the hole of the tab with adhesive
tape.
of
as there may be
increase inside the car.
sunlight,
Cleaning
a
considerable
temperature
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.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine,
thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static
spray intended for
4
analog
records.
Adhesive
tape.
Front Panel/Rear Panel
16 15 14 13
AM
12
FM
AM
123
11
4567
9
FM
ANTENNA
RL
8
+
L
-
R
+
1.
POWER
?
(
STANDBY/ON)
PROG./MEMO button
?
CLOCK button
?
TIMER button
RDS button
:
11.
OPTIONAL
SET/CD PAUSE
?
COUNTER RESET
(CD ) button
(COUNTER)
PLAY MODE button
HIGH DUBBING button
?
NORMAL DUBBING button
?
SURROUND button
?
EQUALIZER
?
CD SYNC. button
(EQ)
HEADPHONE SOCKET
?
?
?
)
)
:
(DECK 2)
OPTIONAL
(MIC VOL.)
:
OPTIONAL
DISC SKIP button
(
OPEN/CLOSE)
button
DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons
DISC 2, DISC
3)
12. REMOTE SENSOR
13.
16.
position
?
TAPE button
?
AUX button
(
PHONES)
-
TAPE 1
6.3mm
-
(DECK 1)
?
TUNER/BAND button
?
CD button
17. ANTENNA TERMINAL
18. AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS
19. SPEAKER TERMINAL
20. VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH
)
buttons
:
OPTIONAL
21. POWER CORD
(
buttons
button
?
REVERSE PLAY
?
STOP
(
6.3mm
2
14. XDSS button
TAPE REWIND/FAST FORWARD
(
CD OPEN/CLOSE
?
(DISC 1,
(HIGH-DUBBING)
(NOR-DUBBING)
(
) button
TUNING (DOWN/UP) buttons
PRESET (DOWN/UP) buttons
CD SKIP/SEARCH (
/
PLAY
?
?
REC/PAUSE
/
?
(MIC)
-
15. DISPLAY WINDOW
5.
?
MIC VOLUME KNOB
button
button
MULTI JOG SHUTTLE
?
MIC JACK
?
OPTIONAL
:
?
PUSH EJECT
position-TAPE
?
10. VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
?
6.
20
PUSH EJECT
8.
9.
4.
7.
button
FM MODE/RIF button
?
?
19
-
2.
?
18
A
U
X
10
21
3.
17
GND
(
)/CLEAR
)
button
:
OPTIONAL
button
5
INTRODUC
Remote Control
1.
XDSS button
2.
POWER button
3.
TUNER/BAND button
4.
AUX button
13
5.
PRESET
12
6.
14
1
X
23
11
45
10
6
7.
89
buttons
CD FUNCTION buttons
PLAY/ PAUSE
(
?
CD
button
?
CD SKIP/SEARCH
?
REPEAT button
STOP(
)
(
)
/
?
RECORD/ RECORD PAUSE
(
)
?
REVERSE PLAY
:
OPTIONAL
FORWARD PLAY
(
FAST FORWARD
?
REWIND
(
)
button
)
(
TAPE STOP button
?
?
)
(
button
)
(
)
button
TAPE-1/2 SELECT button
SLEEP button
9.
DISC SKIP
10.
PROGRAM button
(D.SKIP)
11. VOLUME CONTROL
button
(
)
EQUALIZER PATTERN
button
button
(EQ PATT.)
13. MUTE button
14. SURROUND
(SURR.)
button
Display Window
56789
1 01 1
12
4
13
14
15
23
16
1
1.
PLAY/PAUSE indicators
10. MUTE indicator
2.
VOLUME indicator
11. SLEEP indicator
3.
CD REPEAT indicators
12. RDS indicators
4.
CASSETTE DECK indicators
13. FM STEREO RECEIVING indicators
5.
PLAY MODE indicator
14. MEMORY indicator
6.
TIMER/RECORD indicator
15. MIC indicator
7.
TRACK indicator
16. PROGRAM indicator
8.
CD SYNCHRO RECORDING
9.
DISC Number indicators
6
-
OPTIONAL
indicator
button
button
button
8.
12.
button
)
TAPE FUNCTION buttons
?
7
)
?
?
1
(
-
-
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
Connections
Speaker System
Connect the
Connection
speakers using the supplied speaker cords by matching the colors of the terminals and those
possible surround sound, adjust the speaker parameters (distance, level, etc.).
of the
cords. To obtain the best
ANTENNA
A
U
X
RL
INTRODUC
Red
+
L
-
Black
-
R
+
Red
Right Speaker
Left
Speaker
otes
?
Be
are
sure
to match the
reversed,
speaker
cord to the
the sound will be distorted
?
If you use front
the speakers.
?
Do not disassemble the front
speakers
appropriate
with low maximum
cover
of
terminal
the
on
components:
+
to
+
and
--
(Aerial) Connections
Connect the
supplied
the volume
input rating, adjust
carefully
If the cords
to avoid excessive
FM/AM antennas for
listening
output
on
to the radio.
For AM(MW) reception, connect
the loop antenna (aerial) to the
terminal marked AM
FM external
AM(MW) loop
antenna (aerial)
antenna(aerial)
(not supplied)
AM
loop antenna (aerial)
(Supplied)
75
coaxial
cable
FM indoor
Position
it for the
best
--.
supplied speaker.
Antenna
antenna(aerial)
to
and will lack base.
AM
FM external
antenna(aerial)
(not supplied)
AM
FM
FM 75
reception
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
components.
to
as
horizontal
as
possible.
7
Audio
Adjustment
the
Setting
voltage (OPTIONAL)
the CLOCK
Setting
1
the clock
CLOCK for
-
2
When the
The hours
Select
a
pressing
requires setting, press
more than 2 seconds.)
begin to blink.
24 hour
cycle
or
1
and hold
To
specify
used, the power is automatically
time has
specified
the time
delay
automatically
elapsed.
before the power is
turned off, press SLEEP.
In the display window you can
turns off
see
that the
means
system
after 90 minutes.
Each time the button is
pressed the time interval
by 10 minutes. i.e.
before it turns off is reduced
80...70... etc.
cycle by
turning MULTI
or
timer is
for about 5 seconds. This
12 hour
PRESET DOWN/UP
sleep
turned off after the
Press CLOCK.
(If
Function
Sleep
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.
Select the desired time to turn off.
JOG SHUTTLE.
2
To check the
remaining
time until the power is
turned off.
While the
(12HR)
3
4
5
6
7
8
(24HR)
or
ote
Use PRESET DOWN/UP
or
If you press SLEEP while the
the SLEEP time is reset.
MULTI JOG
SHUTTLE to set the correct hours.
Use PRESET DOWN/UP
or
MULTI JOG
SLEEP
SHUTTLE to set the correct minutes.
Press SET and the correct time is shown
the
on
display.
Press CLOCK at any time to
display
the time
for about 3 seconds.
level,
or
a
on
)
(
to increase the sound
)
to decrease it
telephone,
example,
"MUTE" indicator blinks in the
to
answer
display
To activate surround mode
on
level,
or
the remote control
:
: more
POP
:
CLASSIC
:
Headphone
linear
frequency
Press XDSS to reinforce treble and bass.
impressions.
by using EQ
EQ button
or
PATT.
on
the
response
bass, more treble
less bass, less treble
for orchestral music
Socket
stereo
SURROUND ON
(Extreme Dynamic Sound System)
The "XDSS ON"
headphone plug ( 6.3mm) into the
headphone jack.
The speakers are automatically disconnected when
you plug in the headphones (not supplied).
a
↔
the remote
panel.
ROCK
SURROUND OFF
XDSS
desired sound mode
FLAT
8
Press MUTE to mute your unit.
can mute your unit in order, for
You
Press SURROUND to reinforce surround effect.
(
choose between 4 fixed sound
button
Connect
displayed.
SURROUND
counterclockwise to
Quality Adjustment
Select
front
while SLEEP 10 is
MUTE
the
To activate stereo sound
can
again
timer mode
window.
Press VOLUME
Sound
once
sleep
Adjustment
press the VOLUME
control.
?
displayed,
If you wish to stop the function, press the SLEEP button
repeatedly until SLEEP 10 appears, and then press
Tu r n VOLUME CONTROL KNOB clockwise to
You
time is
To cancel the
decrease it.
?
sleep
Press SET.
increase the sound
?
press SLEEP
turns off is
Press SET to confirm the selected hour
cycle.
Volume
?
sleep function is active
briefly. The time remaining until it
displayed for about 5 seconds.
or
"XDSS OFF" indicator
To cancel it press XDSS
again.
lights
up.
Audio
Adjustment
Timer Function
The unit
set the clock function in power on/off state.
can
With the TIMER function you can have the radio reception and recording, CD play, tape play or auxiliary
and
play
source
recording
turned
on
and off at the time
6
7
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch
Set the minute to switch
PRESET DOWN/UP
1
2
TUNER-CD-TAPE flashes in the
setting mode.
display window
8
previous
memorized TIMER
press and hold the TIMER button
seconds.
setting,
The
memorized timer
previous
indicators appear in the
3
4
on.
'OFF TIME' indicator appears for about 0.5
seconds in the display window and then
disappears.
9
Set the hour to switch off
10
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch off.
11
Set the minute to switch off
PRESET DOWN/UP
by pressing
turning MULTI JOG
or
SHUTTLE.
in turn.
For your reference
If you want to correct the
-
on
Press SET to confirm the minute to switch
For your reference
If you don't set clock, timer function doesn't work.
Press TIMER to enter the timer
by pressing
turning MULTI JOG
or
SHUTTLE.
desired.
Press CLOCK to check the current time.
on.
on
more
than 2
time and TIMER
PRESET DOWN/UP
by pressing
turning MULTI JOG
or
SHUTTLE.
display.
Press SET when the desired function is
12
Press SET.
13
Adjust
blinking.
1.
a.
When you select the TUNER
function,
'PLAY' and 'REC' indicator blink in
the
window
display
alternately
b.
TUNER
play only
'REC' indicator : TUNER play and
recording
Select the previous memorized preset
:
number with PRESET DOWN/UP button
MULTI JOG SHUTTLE and press SET.
'ON TIME' indicator appears for about 0.5
or
-
seconds in the
display
by pressing
turning MULTI
or
JOG
SHUTTLE.
for
about 3 seconds.
'PLAY' indicator
the volume level
PRESET DOWN/UP
window and then
disappears.
14
Press SET.
""
appears in the display window and the
setting has been completed.
timer
15
Switch the system off.
The selected function is
on
To cancel
or
switched
check the timer
Each time the TIMER button is
2. When you select the CD or TAPE function,
'ON TIME' indicator appears for about 0.5
automatically
and off at the time set.
the timer set
or
cancel. You
you can select
also check the timer
pressed
can
-
seconds in the
display
window and then
disappears.
5
or
that
so
To cancel the
""
check the
""
timer, press the TIMER
appears in the
display
window.
TIMER, press the TIMER button
disappears
in the
display
so
that
window.
SHUTTLE.
Auxiliary
1
2
or
by pressing
turning MULTI JOG
on
status.
To activate
button
Set the hour to switch
PRESET DOWN/UP
setting
Connect
rear
an
Function
auxiliary device i.e. TV
phone sockets.
or
VCR to the
ote
mounted AUX
Press AUX.
You
can
also record from the
Recording
auxiliary input
source,
see
Section.
9
BEFORPATIN
RDS Function
-
OPTIONAL
About RDS
Programme Search (PTY)
This unit is
A
which
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 musi-
ability to encode broadProgramme Type (PTY) codes that indicate
type of material being broadcast. The following list
major
the
benefit of RDS is its
shows the abbreviations used to indicate each PTY
along
with
an
explanation
of the PTY.
cal selection and the correct time.
RDS
Tuning
When
FM station containg 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
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
front
panel
data
types
or
call letters.
enables you to cycle
in the sequence:
Pressing RDS on the
through the various
PTY
RT
FREQUENCY
CT)
(Programme type recognition)- The programme type is shown on the display window.
RT (Radio text recognition)- The radio station's
name is displayed on the display window.
CT (Time controlled by the channel)- Enable the
(PS
PTY
unit to receive the actual time and show it
play window.
PS (Programme Service name)- The
title is displayed on the display window.
on
the dis-
programme
otes
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
being transmitted,
PTY
the
Display
NONE, RT NONE, CT
You may search for a
following these steps:
1
NONE, PS NONE message.
2
specific Programme Type (PTY) by
Press TUNER/BAND to select FM mode.
Select
a
desired station
by pressing
TUNING DOWN/UP.
When the RDS transmission is
received, the
display shows the program service
RDS indicator appears.
name
3
Press the RDS to select PTY mode.
4
To search for
through
displayed
the list of available PTY types.
When the PTY is
/
after
different PTY, press the PRESET
DOWN/UP while the last PTY in use is still
to scroll
5
a
(PS)
selected, press the
within 5 seconds.
The unit will go into an automatic search mode and
attempt to find the next station with acceptable
signal strength
10
that matches the desired PTY
type.
Presetting
You
30 stations for FM and AM. Before
preset
can
make
the radio stations
5
that you have turned down the
volume to the minimum.
tuning,
1
2
sure
Press TUNER/BAND to select the
(AM or FM) you want.
Every time you press this button,
changes alternately.
Press TUNING DOWN/UP
until the
frequency
6
AM and FM
on
the front
panel
or
the remote control.
on
The station is stored.
2 to 5 to store other stations.
Repeat steps
To clear all the memorized stations
indication starts
frequency
PROGRAM
-
the front
on
Press PROG./MEMO
panel
to change.
Press and hold PROG./MEMO
the front
on
panel
for about two
seconds, "CLEAR" appears on the display
window and then press CLEAR, the stations are cleared.
otes
Automatic
Tuning
Press TUNING DOWN/UP for
Scanning stops when
Manual Tuning
Press PROG./MEMO
PROGRAM
A
4
on
than 0.5 seconds.
a
station.
briefly
on
and
repeatedly.
the front
panel
or
Press PRESET DOWN/UP
the remote
control)
(or
PRESET
to select the
steps
To recall
the remote control.
()
(
4-5.
presets
Press and hold PRESET DOWN/UP
preset number will flash in the display window.
on
entered, FULL message
will appear in the display window for a moment and then
a preset number will blink. To change the preset number,
follow the
Press TUNING DOWN/UP
3
more
the unit tunes in
-
For your reference
If all stations have already been
)
on
(or PRESET
control) until the desired preset
press it repeatedly.
the remote
number appears
or
preset
number you want.
Listening
1
to the radio
Press TUNER/BAND to select the
(AM or FM) you want.
Every time you press this button,
changes alternately.
To turn off the radio
frequency
Press POWER to turn the unit off
AM and FM
function mode
The last received station is tuned in.
(CD,
TAPE
For your reference
If an FM program is
2
on
the remote
(or PRESET (
control) repeatedly to select
preset station you
-
3
)
CONTROL KNOB
(
)
To listen to
on
Use manual
?
For automatic
DOWN/UP
by rotating VOLUME
(or pressing VOLUME
the remote
control) repeatedly.
non-preset radio stations
?
or
on
so that "STEREO" disappears
display window. There will be no stereo effect,
but the reception will be improved. Press FM
MODE/RIF again to restore the stereo effect.
on
want.
the volume
Adjust
automatic
tuning
in
step
2.
tuning, press and hold TUNING
the front panel.
select another
Press FM MODE/RIF
the
Each time you press the button, the unit tunes in
one preset station at a time.
or
AUX).
noisy
?
Press PRESET DOWN/UP
or
?
the
To
improve reception
Repose the supplied antennas.
otes
Use FM MODE/RIF
function
to switch to
is dis-
torted
When
mono
by noise.
recording
noises may
(Radio Interference Filter)
reception if stereo reception
the
occur.
MW(AM)
If it
does,
or
LW
broadcast, beat
press FM MODE/RIF
once.
11
OPERATION
Tape Playback
Basic
To
Playback
Press TAPE 1/2 to select TAPE 1
1
("NO
TAPE" appears in the
2
Open
cassette TAPE 1
3
Insert
4
PUSH EJECT
one or
or TAPE
2.
Tape Counter
(or 2) by pushing
or
:
tape side
to
To
Play
stops
After the cassette
plays front
reverse(backward play) side,
stops automatically.
/
pressing
/
the remote control
(
)
in the
the front panel
during playback,
point
you want.
Dubbing
or
repeatedly
front and
reverse
tape.
?
Cassette TAPE 1- Insert
a
playback tape
?
Cassette TAPE 2- Insert
a
blank
Pressing
to dub.
tape.
Press NORMAL/ HIGH DUBBING
2
follow.
as
Function
Display
Normal
speed
dubbing
NORDUBBING
HIGH
Double
speed
dubbing
DUBBING
six times
plays
to
tape
Press TAPE 1/ 2.
1
plays front and
side, stops automatically.
After the cassette
win-
on
on
This function shows how to record from
After the cassette
reverse
display
Fast Forward
or
Function
Display
times
Rewind
press PLAY
the unit
AUTO REVERSE DECK (TAPE 2): OPTIONAL
You can select direction of the cassette you want by
pressing PLAY MODE.
Three
in
(or 2).
OPTIONAL).
AUTO STOP DECK (TAPE 1/2)
After auto stop deck plays only front side,
automatically.
Twice
Reset
during playback.
appears "TP 1(or 2) 0000"
time
Playing
or
Once
panel or TAPE
during playback.
the front
dow.
After
Pressing
on
control
Press COUNTER
position.
two cassette with the
(
STOP( )/CLEAR
) on the remote
STOP(
display window.)
the bottom and then close the TAPE 1
Press PLAY
Stop Play
Press
side,
To
stops automatically.
stop recording, press STOP(
).
Recording
Wind the
Basic
1
2
to the
tape
starts. Use
point recording
only
normal
Setting
Press CD
TUNER/BAND.
or
Open
the cassette TAPE 2 and insert
cassette into the cassette
Set the
recording
a
blank
compartment.
direction
OPTIONAL
:
repeatedly
to set the
recording
direction.
Pressing
Recording
Once
Twice
Recording
reverse
Third
Recording
2
12
Press
Function
Display
from
Radio, CD
on
the front
or
recording
recording,
Press
The
PLAY( ) on the
recording begins.
To
panel
or
again.
window.
CD to
STOP(
).
Tape Synchronized Recording
The CD
a
complete
and
a
cassette.
1
synchro recording function dubs
programmed titles automatically into
2
""
is lit
on
the
display
The
synchronized recording is started
matically after about 7 seconds.
auto-
ote
?
CD
Press CD SYNC. in stop mode.
"REC" blinks and
window.
side.
panel.
front
only.
Stop recording
Press TAPE
panel.
front
display
on
press
the remote control
"REC" flashes in
front and
"REC" blinks and holds the cassette in pause
mode.
record from cassette deck 2
To pause the
front side.
Auxiliary source
can
To Pause
on
Press PLAY MODE
1
tapes. You
If you wish to record the desired
desired track with
commencing
CD
track, select the
/
synchro recording.
before
CD
Playback
Basic
Playback
1
Press
1
To Go to the next discs
STANDBY/ON(POWER)
to turn
on
the
Press DISC SKIP
2
on
the front
panel
to enter
To Select
disc
no
disc is entered in the disc
indicator is
Press CD
3
drawer, "NO DISC"
displayed.
OPEN/CLOSE(
and
OPEN/CLOSE)
the disc into the disc tray.
place
The disc
on
the left
(DISC 1)
is
played
first.
To
Replace
You
can
discs without
1
2
ote
of the
8cm(3 inch) disc, put
Press
OPEN/CLOSE(
PLAY(
PAUSE
(
To Pause
)
)
to
OPEN/CLOSE)
on
on
the front
panel
or
PLAY/PAUSE
(
during playing
or
discs
during Playback
during playing a disc to
played next and replace
interrupting playback of the current disc.
(
OPEN/CLOSE).
tray is opened. Two disc compartments
appear. Even if the unit is playing a disc, it doesn't
stop playing.
Replace
discs in the compartments with
new
ones.
The unit
plays
the disc in the left
compartment
disc, and then the one in the
right compartment.
after the current
3
Press CD OPEN/CLOSE
(
OPEN/CLOSE).
The CD door is closed.
CD PLAY/
Notes
the remote control.
?
Do not
tray
Play
Press CD PAUSE
DISC 3
Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE
it onto the inner circle
close the disc compartment.
5
or
The disc
tray.
Press CD
4
directly
open the disc tray
check what discs are to be
With the label side up
an
the
on
When you press DISC 1-3 before playing a disc, the unit
will automatically start playing the selected disc.
DISC 1
To load
a
Press DISC 1, DISC 2
panel or D.SKIP
or stopping.
stopping.
the CD mode.
If
the front
during playing
unit.
Press the CD button
on
remote control
?
(CD ) on the front panel or CD
) on the remote control during
place
at the
more
same
than
Do not
the disc
may
the unit.
push
damage
one
compact disc
on one
disc
time.
tray
to close CD
door,
as
you
playback.
Press this button
To
it to
again
STOP( )/CLEAR
STOP( ) on the remote
Skip
?
Press
?
When
through
skipped
button is
a
pressed
track, the player
once
midway
returns to the start of
pressed again, a track
pressed.
is
each time the button is
a
pressing
Track
and
/
holding
during playback,
the remote control
at the
panel or CD
during playback.
the front
button to go to the next track.
To Search
After
on
control
Track
a
that track. When it is
on
play.
Stop Play
Press
To
resume
point
button
then release
you want.
13
OPERATION
CD
Playback
To
Repeat Play
To
play
one
Press REPEAT
-
track
once
repeatedly
play
one
during playback.
display window.
disc
Program Play
You
can
-
"REPEAT 1
To
play
repeatedly
all tracks
Press REPEAT
-
once more
all discs
during playback.
display
until
Press REPEAT
window.
?
again during program play.
"REPEAT 1 DISC" appears in the display
window.(All
the front
on
panel
the remote control
on
or
the stop
2
Press DISC SKIP
(DISC1/2/3)
on
DISC DIRECT PLAY
or
the front
panel
or
D.SKIP
on
the
remote control to select the disc.
3
Press CD SKIP/ SEARCH
the front
panel
/
on
the remote control to
or on
select the track.
during
Press REPEAT
-
on
repeat indicator
program play.
"REPEAT 1" appears in the display window.
(One track repeat)
once
contain up
mode.
Program repeat play
-
PROGRAM
repeat play
Press REPEAT several times
the discs and
repeatedly
disappear.
?
Press PROG./MEMO
1
window.
"REPEAT ALL DISC" appears in the
To cancel
-
on
on
can
to 20 tracks.
Press REPEAT
again during playback.
DISC" appears in the display
arrange the order of the tracks
own program. The program
create your
"REPEAT 1" appears in the
To
To
program
4
Press PROG./MEMO
5
Repeat steps
6
Press
repeat)
PROGRAM
on
(
panel
or
1~4.
PLAY(
PAUSE
the front
on
the remote control.
)
)
the front
on
panel
or
CD PLAY/
the remote control.
on
To check program contents
Press PROG./MEMO
control)
-
The
on
the
(or
PROGRAM
on
the remote
stop mode.
disc, track and program number will be displayed.
To clear program contents
Press PROG./MEMO
control)
on
the front
the
panel
(or
PROGRAM
on
the remote
stop mode. And then press CLEAR
or
CD
STOP(
)
on
on
the remote control.
To add program contents
1.
Press PROG./MEMO
control) repeatedly
(or
on
PROGRAM
the program
on
the remote
stop mode until
"Disc Number" blinks.
2.
Repeat
To
modify program
1.
Press the PROG./MEMO
(or
remote
program number you want
control)
modify.
Repeat 2~4.
to
2.
14
2~5.
to
contents
display
PROGRAM
on
the
Troubleshooting
Check the
following guide
for the
possible
cause
of
a
problem
before
Cause
Symptom
Correction
No power.
?
The power cord is disconnected.
?
No sound.
?
The audio cables
?
are
not connected
securely.
?
?
The power of the external
ment is switched off.
The
playback.
the power cord into the wall outlet
Plug
securely.
Connect the audio cable into the
jacks
securely.
speaker
to the wrong
The unit does not start
service.
contacting
?
No disc
?
An
?
The disc is
or
source
equip-
?
tape is inserted.
or
tape is inserted.
placed upside
equipment
?
Set the
?
Insert
a
disc
?
Insert
a
playable
?
Place the disc with the
position.
disc
the
on
connected with
the audio cable.
cable is set
unplayable
Turn
down.
speaker cable to the correct
position, then turn on the unit again by
pressing POWER.
or
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
of the
tray correctly
Point the remote control at the remote
of the unit.
?
Operate the
23ft(7m).
?
Remove the obstacle.
?
Replace
unit.
?
the disc
Clean the disc.
sensor
The remote control is too far from the
on
guide.
remote control within about
remote control and the unit.
?
The batteries in the remote control
are
the batteries with
new ones.
exhausted.
15
REF NC
Specifications
MODEL
SECTION
Power
[Genral]
Power
(MW)
[Amp]
[TAPE]
panel
LM-530A/D/X
of the unit.
50W
consumption
6.6
External dimensions
FM
AM
Refer to the back
supply
Mass
[CD]
[Tuner]
LM-230A/D/X
(W
x
H
x
D)
273
40
Frequency response
Signal-to-noise ratio
Dynamic range
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
Signal to Noise Ratio
-
x
330
x
75W
7.7
kg
360
18000 Hz
70 dB
70 dB
87.5
108.0 MHz
-
or
65
-
74
MHz,
87.5
-
108.0 MHz
10.7 MHz
60/55 dB
Frequency Response
60-10000 Hz
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
Signal to Noise Ratio
Frequency Response
Output Power
522-1611kHzor530-1610kHz
T.H.D
0.15 %
Frequency Response
Signal-to-noise ratio
Tape Speed
40
Wow Flutter
0.25 %
F.F/REW Time
120
Frequency Response
Signal to Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
250
Erase Ratio
55 dB
450 kHz
35 dB
100
-
1800 Hz
20W+20W
-
50W+50W
25000 Hz
80 dB
4.75 cm/sec
sec
-
(MTT -111, JIS-WTD)
(C-60)
8000Hz
43 dB
50
dB(P/B)/45dB(R/P)
(MTT-5511)
LMS-230
[Speakrs]
Designs
2
Type
Impedance
Frequency Response
60
specifications
Speaker
-
(1m)
20W
x
LMS-530
2
Way
H
are
x
D)
to
Speaker
60
-
20000 Hz
85 dB/W
(1m)
50W
40W
100 W
200X326X185mm
200X326X228mm
2.31
subject
2
6Ω
18000 Hz
85 dB/W
Rated
and
Way
2
6Ω
Sound Pressure Level
Input Power
Max. Input Power
Net Dimensions (W
Net Weight
kg
mm
change
kg
without notice.
2.92
kg
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