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LG CD-681A Owner’s Manual
CD/RADIO
CASSETTE RECORDER
Owner's Manual
MODEL: CD-969S
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating
your set.
To reduce the risk of fire
expose this
appliance
or
electric shock, do not
CAUTION
to rain or moisture.
Use of controls
or
procedures other
adjustments or performance of
specified herein may
than those
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This class B
digital apparatus
of the Canadian Interference
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT OPEN
For the customers in
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The
graphical symbols marked on the bottom or
back of the set mean the following explanation.
Europe
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
classified
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
LASER product. The CLASS
1 LASER PRODUCT label is
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
CLASSE 1 PRODUCT LASER
Compact
located
lightning
an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the
voltage"
Disc
player is
CLASS 1
the exterior.
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
user
BEAM.
to the
within
the
magnitude
"dangerous
product's
est ouvert, ne pas
s'exposer
aux
located
on
the
interior.
The power switch of this unit is secondly mounted
and does not disconnect the whole unit from the
mains
point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
The exclamation
to the presence of
important operating and
maintenance (servicing instructions
in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
To avoid electrical shock; do not open the
to
l'appareil
DENNA DEL
This label is
radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
electric shock to persons.
servicing
OPPNAD
ATTENTION: Quand
to constitute a risk of
user
LASERSTRALNING NAR
STRALEN AR FARLIG.
VARNING: OSYNLIG
enclosure that may be of sufficient
qualified personnel
only.
-
on
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO
AR
presence of uninsulated
Shock hazard
as a
flash with arrowhead
within
cabinet. Refer
requirements
Causing Equipment
Laser component in this product is capable of
emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER(OR BACK)
alert the
-
Regulations.
CAUTION:
The
meets all
do not open.
-1-
supply
in the OFF
position.
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2
3
4
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33
14
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36
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31
27
20
12
29
28
30
26
Microphone input socket
Speaker input socket(R/L)
Voltage selector(optional)
AC power input socket
Battery compartment
Speaker release lever
1
Speaker (L)
14
PRESET(
2
POWER button
15
SET/PROG./MEMORY button
27
3
Remote
16
Deck B controls
28
4
TUNER/BAND button
17
UBB button
29
5
TUNER indicator
18
6
CD indicator
19
STOP button( )
PLAY/PAUSE button(
7
CD button
20
8
TAPE indicator
SKIP/SEARCH(
TUNING/TIME(
9
TAPE button
21
CLOCK button
34 SLEEP button
22
TIMER button
35
23
MODE/RIF button
36 REPEAT button
24
Deck A controls
25
HI-DUBB button
sensor
10 UBB indicator
CD OPEN button (
12 VOLUME button (
)
11
13
Speaker (R)
/
)
/
-2-
) button
30
31
)
,
)button
)
32 Reset button
33
Telescopic
antenna
EQ button
Power Source
A
The AC power cord connection (see fig. A )
1. Before connecting the AC power cord, check
that the operating voltage of your unit is
identical with the voltage of your local power
supplied.
2. Connect one end of the AC power cord
(supplied) to the AC IN socket located at the
backside of your main unit.
3.
Plug the other end into the wall outlet.
Unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet
if you do not to use for an extended period of
time.
B
1
NOTE:
1. "HELLO" will be shown in the display when
you connect the AC power cord to the wall
1
2
outlet.
2
2. Press POWER to turn the main unit on.
(Press it again to turn off.)
Battery
installation
1. Press open the
battery
(see fig.
B
)
cover.
2. Put
eight "D"(R20) batteries and four "AA"
(R06) batteries into the compartment making
sure the + and
are correctly positioned.
--
3.
Replace the
Battery
cover.
installation
1. Slide open the
2. Put two
"
battery
(see fig.
C
)
cover.
AAA"(R03) batteries into the
compartment.
3.
Replace the
cover.
NOTE:
1. To avoid
damage from possible battery
leakage, remove the batteries if you do not
plan to use the set for an extended period of
C
time.
2. When the batteries are
batteries with new one.
3.
weak, replace all the
During the AC power cord
outlet, the batteries
4. The
are
connect to the wall
not worn out.
"AA"(R06) batteries operates on the
clock and retain the preset radio stations even
when the AC power cord is unplugged.
-3-
Speaker
D
Speaker
Attachment
1. Position the
guide ribs
2.
on
(see fig.
)
D
with the
speaker guide slots
the main unit.
Gently push the speaker downwards until
speaker release lever automatically locks
speaker into place.
Speaker
1.
Connection
Lead Connection
(see fig.
the
the
E
)
Plug the right speaker lead into the "R"
speaker socket located at the backside of
your main unit.
2.
Plug the left speaker lead into the
Speaker
E
1.
Detachment
"L"
(see fig.
F
)
Unplug the speaker leads.
2. Press the
speaker release lever and slide the
speaker up.
Sound
Adjustment
VOLUME:
To increase the sound level, press VOLUME
.
To decrease the sound level, press VOLUME
.
When you turn main unit on, the current sound
level number will be shown in the display.
UBB:
Repeatedly press UBB
to select one of two
sound
effect for emphasizing the bass
indicator will light)
sound.(The UBB
F
Repeatedly press UBB to turn this feature off
until the UBB indicator disappear.
2
1
EQ:
Repeatedly press EQ
to select one of four sound
effect; FLAT, ROCK, CLASSIC, POP
The EQ indicator will be shown in the
display.
Auto Function Select:
1. If you press CD PLAY/PAUSE(
listen to the radio, CD playback will
2. If you press
PRESET(
during CD play, radio function
-4-
,
)
) during
begin.
or
BAND
will work.
Radio
1.
Cassette
Operation
Repeatedly press TUNER/BAND to select
your desired waveband.
2. Tune to your station
using TUNING(
Manual: Tap TUNING(
change the station.
)
or
one
or
by
1. Press TAPE.
2.
).
one
3.
to
4.
5.
Automatic: Press
1
second, your
on
Operation
TUNING( or ) for about
radio will automatically stop
by pressing ST/EJ.
)(DeckAorB)
Insert a cassette and push close the door.
Press PLAY to playback.
Press PAUSE( ) to pause. Press PAUSE( )
again to resume play.
the cassette door
Open
/
(
6. Press FF
the next available station.
or
REW to fast forward
or
rewind the
tape.
STEREO
or
1. Press MODE to
ST/EJ( / ) to stop play. Your cassette
automatically stop at the end of the
7. Press
MONO:
deck will
to an FM stereo
listening
tape.
broadcast. The FM STEREO indicator will
light.
Auto Reverse
2. Press MODE
again when listening to an FM
stereo broadcast. Selecting this function will
substantially reduce the noise, however the
To
stereo effect will be lost.
1.
antenna to
get
clear
more
reception.
and rotate the unit for better
sides of
a
3.Be
sure
or
)
4. Press MEMORY to store your
to
select
5. Press PLAY
and PAUSE(
) of deck A.
After the cassette in the deck B is finished
playing the cassette in deck A is played.
,
the
6. Press
)
to
select
the
1.
all preset channels
1. Press MEMORY for about 2 seconds
4.
again during
karaoke
(sing
microphone into the MIC socket.
playing a TAPE, RADIO or CD.
Start speaking or singing into the microphone.
If you wish the recording, insert the blank
Plug
a
cassette into deck A and press
during
listen to radio. "DEL" will flash.
2. Press MEMORY
as a
2. Start
3.
erase
) to stop play.
You may also use your unit
along) machine.
numbered preset that you wish to listen too.
To
/
Karaoke
1-4 to store other stations. You
or
ST/EJ(
setting.
store up to maximum 30 stations
PRESET(
MODE of deck B is in
4. Press PLAY of deck B. The cassette will
begin to play.
numbered preset you wish the station to be
stored in.
6. Press
PLAY
position.
MEMORY, the "MEMORY" will light
and the preset number will flash. If all preset
memory positions are full, "FULL" will light
and the preset number will flash.
Repeat stages
Play
2. Insert a cassette into each deck.
2. Press
can
tape.
by pressing. Both
played continuously.
1. Press TAPE.
1. Tune to your station.
5.
at the end of the
cassette are
Continuous
To preset the station
PRESET(
by pressing. Both
played and stops
antenna out and
adjust the angle and direction for the better
reception.
3. Press
side:
during playback.
cassette are
2. Set PLAY MODE to
reception.
telescopic
a
automatically
antenna is built within the unit
2. FM/SW: Pull the
playback
of deck B
sides of
AM(MW): The
the
PLAY MODE:
1. Set PLAY MODE to
NOTE:
Adjust the
change
Press DIR
REC.
NOTE:
"DEL" flash. All
1.
preset channels will be erased.
Microphone is
2. You can't the
not
supplied.
microphone recording during
dubbing for double speed recording.
-5-
1. Press CD.
2. Press
3. Load
Programming
) to open the disc compartment.
OPEN(
a
disc with the
printed side facing up.
4. Close the disc
compartment. The display will
show the total number of tracks and playing
time.
5. Press PLAY/PAUSE(
) to
track number and the elapsed
be shown in the display.
6. Press PLAY/PAUSE(
will
track is paused,
7. Press
PLAY/PAUSE(
pressing SKIP/SEARCH(
3. Press
stored.
begin play. The
playing time will
4.
to pause. When a
in the display.
) again to
resume
6. Press
to
stop playing
a
1.
STOP(
The first track is
)
to
)
to
stop playing.
the contents of
in
change.
2. Select the new track
SKIP/SEARCH (
3. Press
by pressing
or
).
MEMORY(PROG.)
to store your revised
selection.
disc.
How to add to the contents of
1.
1. Do not tilt or move your unit with discs loaded.
If you do you may damage the discs and your
an
Repeatedly press MEMORY(PROG.) while
in
stop mode until "00" flash.
2. Select the new track
set.
SKIP/SEARCH (
2. Do not touch the
playing side of CD; the side
without any printing on it.
by pressing
or
).
3. Press MEMORY(PROG.) to store your revised
selection.
3. Clear your CD from the middle outwards with
a soft lint free cloth.
To
erase an
Press
existing program:
STOP( ) before playing your selection.
Press OPEN( ) to open the disc compartment.
You may record from the microphone onto a
cassette placed into cassette deck A.
Repeat Play
REPEAT the
in the display.
an
to select the track that you wish to
existing program:
By repeatedly pressing
options will be displayed
play your
Repeatedly press MEMORY(PROG.) while
stop mode
NOTE:
following
REPEAT 1
One track is played repeatedly.
REPEAT ALL
An entire disc is
PLAY/PAUSE(
How to change
existing program:
9. How to search for a particular track on the current
or
disc; Press SKIP/SEARCH (
) to
search for a particular track. After each press
of this buttons the new track number will be
shown in the display.
)
MEMORY(PROG.)
by
.
selection.
speed.
STOP(
)
,
Repeat stages 2-3 to store other tracks. You
may store up to 20 tracks.
5. Press
play.
8. How to search for a particular section of music
on the track that is playing; Press and hold
SKIP/SEARCH (
or
) to search
backwards or forwards, you will be able to
faintly hear the track being played at high
10. Press
MEMORY(PROG.)
2. Select the first track in your program
)
light
track sequence
a
while in stop mode.
The MEMORY indicator will appear in the
display. The track number will flash.
1. Press
played repeatedly.
The next press of REPEAT will cancel the
feature.
-6-
Sleep
1.
Function
Recording Operation
Repeatedly press SLEEP to select a desired
minutes. The "SLEEP" will be shown in the
NOTE:
1.
display.
2. To confirm the
remaining sleep time press
SLEEP once. The remaining time will be
shown in the display.
3. To
2.
and metal tapes cannot be used.
cancel, repeatedly press SLEEP until the
3. If you press
"SLEEP" disappear.
Clearing
1.
Basic
Malfunction
2. Insert a blank cassette into deck A.
right side of main unit for
by using a pointed tool. All your
3. Press
setting may be erased.
Don't press RESET possible except when
a
Recording
1. Press the function button one which you wish
to record from.(TUNER, CD, TAPE)
Unplug the AC power cord.
there is
) goes down
REC, PLAY(
automatically.
2. Press RESET on the
5 seconds
Recording levels have been preset at the
factory under optimum conditions and cannot
be changed.
Your unit can record onto Normal;CrO2 tapes
4. Start
REC.
playing your CD
/
5. Press ST/EJ(
cassette deck will
end of the tape.
malfunction.
or
RADIO
.
to finish
)
recording. Your
automatically stop at the
Press RIF to reduce the noise when AM
broadcast recording. "kHz" will flash.
Dubbing
Your main unit can record from one cassette to
another at normal speed or double speed.
1. Insert the blank cassette into deck A.
2. Insert the
pre-recorded
cassette into deck B.
3. Press HI-DUBB to record at double speed
(ON
). Press it again to record at normal
speed (OFF
4. Press
).
) and
PAUSE(
REC of deck A.
5. Press PLAY of deck B to
6. Press
ST/EJ(
/
begin recording.
) to finish recording.
NOTE:
Can't change recording speed during the
dubbing.
CD
Synchro Recording
automatically records an entire CD
programmed selection of tracks onto a
This feature
or
cassette.
1. Load a disc and insert the blank cassette into
deck A. If you wish to record a programmed
selection of tracks program them
2. Press
REC
now.
deck A. Recording will start
SYNCHRO indicator will be
on
automatically.
shown in the display.
ST/EJ( / ) and STOP(
) to finish
recording. Your cassette deck will
automatically stop at the end of the tape.
3. Press
-7-
The Clock
Setting
Specifications
1. Press CLOCK until the time flash.
RADIO SECTION
2. Select a 24 hour cycle or 12 hour cycle by
using TIME ( or ) "AM 12:00" or "0:00"
Tuning range
3 Press
SET, the hour number
4. Press
TIME(
or
)
AM(MW) ..................................522~1611kHz,
will flash.
to select the
FM ............................................87.5~108MHz
SW ...............................................5.8~18MHz
hour; when
the correct hour is selected press SET.
5. The minute numbers will flash. Press
Intermediate frequency
AM(MW)/SW.......................................450kHz
TIME(
or
) to select the minutes; when the correct
time is selected press SET. The clock setting
is completed
FM ....................................................10.7MHz
Antenna
AM(MW) ...........................Ferrite bar
FM/SW.............................Telescopic
6. Press CLOCK to confirm the current time.
Press it again, the time will be disappeared.
Frequency response ..................125~8000Hz
S/N ratio............................40/45dB(Rec/Play)
Timer
CD PLAYER SECTION
Frequency response ................100~18000Hz
S/N ratio.......................................65dB(1kHz)
The TIMER function allows you to turn the radio
or CD on and off at a preset time. Remember in
order to use the timer feature the clock must be
set
GENERAL
Speaker ................................................8Ω x 2
7.5Wx2
Output power (T.H.D10%)
AC operation.................Refer to the indicated
voltage on the backside of unit
Battery operation
Main unit....................DC12V, eight "D"(R20)
Clock/Memory.............DC6V, four "AA"(R06)
Remote control .........DC3V, two "AAA"(R03)
Power consumption ................................40W
Dimensions(W x H x D)... 605 x 245 x 210mm
Weight ...................................................5.7kg
correctly.
Check that your main unit is keeping the correct
time.
1. Select your desired radio station or press CD
and load
a
disc.
2. Press TIMER until "CD" and "TUN" flash.
The time you wish your main unit to start
TIMER ON will appear.
3. Press SET when your desired indicator flash.
The hour number will flash. Press TIME(
or
) to select the hour.
4. Press SET. The minute numbers will flash.
Press
TIME(
or
)
to select minutes.
NOTE:
5. Press SET. The time you wish your main unit
to stop TIMER OFF will appear. The hour
number will flash. Press TIME(
or
) to
select the hour.
Design and specifications are subject to
without notice for improvement.
6. Press SET. The minute numbers will flash.
Press
TIME(
or
)
to select minutes.
7. Press SET. VOL indicator will flash. Press
TIME(
or
)
to select the volume level.
8. Press SET. Your selection will serially appear
in the display. TIMER ON and TIMER OFF will
appear in the display.
9. Press TIMER to cancel, TIMER ON and
TIMER OFF indicator will disappear. Each
time TIMER is pressed you can select the
timer setting or cancel. You can also confirm
timer setting.
10. Turn your main unit off.
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P/NO.: 3828R-A025E
antenna
CASSETTE SECTION
The main unit is turned off, the current time will
be shown in the display.
Programming
antenna
change
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