LG CD-M371A Owner's manual

LG CD-M371A Owner's manual
CD-M371-ENG-A063R
CD CASSETTE RECORDER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: CD-M371
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating
your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs
and
specifications are subject
improvement.
without notice for
to
change
Precautions
CAUTION
Use of controls
CAUTION
procedures
RISK OF ELECTRIC
or
adjustments or performance of
specified herein may
other than those
result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Laser
is
tion
component in this product
exceeding the limit for Class
1.
capable
of
emitting
radia-
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
COVER(OR BACK)
NO
CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO
BEAM.
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
VARNING:OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA
DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG.
Attention:Quand
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
The
an
lightning flash with
equilateral triangle
user
arrowhead
symbol,
within
dangerous
product's enclosure that may be
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
within the
of sufficient
point
is intended to alert the
important operating
l'appareil
est
ouvert,
ne
pas
radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
This label is located
shock to persons.
The exclamation
aux
is intended to alert the
to the presence of uninsulated
voltage
s'exposer
within
user
and
an
equilateral triangle
to the presence of
maintenance(servicing)
accompanying the
on
the interior.
CLASS 1
LASER
PRODUCT
KLASSE 1
LASER
PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER
LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT LASER
instructions in the literature
appliance.
This
Disc
CLASS 1 LASER
Compact
product.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located
SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To avoid electrical
shock, do
Refer
qualified personnel only.
servicing
to
not open the
cabinet,
as a
on
the
exterior.
Do not install this
book
apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
player
is classified
WARNING
equipment
in
a
confined space such
a
case or similar unit.
The
as
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
Precautions/TableofContents.....................2
BeforeUse.....................................3
SafetyPrecautions.............................3
NotesonDiscs...............................3
NotesonTapes...............................3
UpPanel/FrontPanel............................4
RearPanel/DisplayWindow........................5
RemoteControl.................................5
TapeOperation..................................7
BasicPlayback...............................7
ToPausePlay................................7
ToStopPlay.................................7
ToPlayRewindorFastForward...................7
CDOperation...................................8
BasicPlaybackSetup..........................8
ToPausePlay................................8
ToStopPlay.................................8
ToSkipaTrack...............................8
ToSearchaTrack.............................8
OPERATION
PowerSource...................................6
TheACPowerCordConnection...................6
ToRepeatPlay...............................8
ProgramPlaySetup............................8
ToPlayMP3file...............................9
Adjustingthevoltage(OPTIONAL).................6
BatteryInstallation.............................6
SettingtheCLOCK..............................10
AudioAdjustment...............................6
Volume Adjustment, UBB/EQ Adjustment.
6
OtherFunction.................................10
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
SLEEPFunction................................10
.
RadioOperation.................................7
Presettingtheradiostations......................7
Listeningtotheradio...........................7
SettingtheTIMER..............................11
Recording.....................................11
BasicRecording..............................11
CDSynchronizedRecording....................11
REFERENCE
Specifications..........................BackCover
2
Before Use
Precautions
Safety
shipping the unit
The
original shipping carton and packing materials
come in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the
unit as it was originally packed at the factory.
To
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 unit
Handling
When
Cleaning
the center out.
keep the surface clean
Do not
near
use
volatile
liquids,
such
as
the unit. Do not leave rubber
contact with the unit for
leave marks
Cleaning
a
insecticide spray,
or
long period
plastic products in
of time. They will
the surface.
on
spray intended for
the unit
To clean the cabinet
Use
a
soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces
soft cloth
use a
solution. Do not
benzine,
or
use
thinner,
are
moistened with
lightly
a
extremely dirty,
mild detergent
strong solvents, such
as
these
as
might damage
alcohol,
the surface
on
Notes
analog
on
Tapes
Preventing
record
records.
Removing the tab(s) of the cassette (with
driver) will prevent accidental erasure.
of the unit.
Notes
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine,
thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static
a
small
screw-
Side A
Discs
Tab for side A
Handling
discs
Do not touch the
Hold the disc
get
on
by
playback side of the disc.
edges so that fingerprints
the
will not
Tab for side B
the surface.
Do not stick paper
or
tape
on
the disc.
To record
again,
cover
the hole of the tab with adhesive
tape.
Storing
After
discs
playing,
store the disc in its
case.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of
heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
as there may be
increase inside the car.
sunlight,
a
Adhesive tape.
considerable temperature
3
INTRODUC
Up
Panel/Front Panel
5
6
1
2
7
3
8
4
9
10
1.
CD DOOR
2.
VOLUME CONTROL
3.
POWER button
4.
CD FUNCTION buttons
?
MODE/RIF button
?
REPEAT button
?
?
CD
8.
(
/
CD
?
CD
5.
DISPLAY WINDOW indicator
6.
REMOTE SENSOR
FUNCTION SELECT buttons
7.
?
4
CD button
?
TAPE button
?
TUNER/BAND button
?
PRESET
?DIR(
buttons
/
SKIP/SEARCH(
(-/+) buttons
PLAY/PAUSE (
) button
STOP (
STOP) button
TUNING/TIME
?
)
10
11
UBB button
?
CLOCK button
?
)
buttons
/
) buttons
)buttons
?
?
9.
(
/
TIMER button
SET/MEMORY/PROGRAM button
TAPE FUNCTION buttons
?
?
?
?
?
?
RECORD
(z) button
( ) button
REWIND (
) button
FAST FORWARD (
) button
TAPE STOP (
)/TAPE DOOR OPEN (
TAPE PAUSE ( ) button
TAPE PLAY
10. LEFT/RIGHT SPEAKER
11. TAPE DOOR
)
button
Rear
Panel/Display Window
1
4
INTRODUC
2
5
3
76
11
12
MP3
8
9
13
10
14
1.
FM ANTENNA
2.
HEADPHONE SOCKET
3.
BATTERY COMPARTMENT
10. CD REPEAT PLAY indicator
4.
AC POWER INPUT SOCKET
11. TIMER ON/OFF indicator
5.
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
12. STEREO indicator
6.
CD SYNCHRO RECORDING indicator
13. SLEEP indicator
7.
MP3 file indicator
14. EQUALIZER indicator
(
):
3.5mm
(OPTIONAL)
8.
MEMORY indicator
9.
CD PLAY/PAUSE indicator
Remote Control
1. POWER button
5
1
6
2
7
8
3
4
9
2. PRESET
(
)
button
3. CD FUNCTION buttons
?
CD PLAY/PAUSE
?
CD STOP
?
CD SKIP/SEARCH
(x )
(B/X )
button
button
4. VOLUME CONTROL
(
.m / M>
(
)
)
button
buttons
5. SLEEP button
6. EQUALIZER
(EQ)
button
7. BAND button
8. PROG. button
9. CD REPEAT button
5
Power Source
The AC Power Cord Connection
1
2
Battery
Before
connecting the AC power cord, check
that the operating voltage of your unit is
identical with the voltage of your local power
supplied.
Connect
one
(supplied)
Press and open the
1
2
end of the AC power cord
to the AC IN socket located at the
Plug
cover.
the
battery
cover.
Remote Control
Note
the AC power cord from the wall outlet if you
do not to use for an extended period of time.
Unplug
Adjusting
the
connecting
Press and open the
1
2
3
voltage (OPTIONAL)
If your unit is equipped with a voltage selector at the
back side, be sure to set it to your local power supplied
before
Replace
3
the other end into the wall outlet.
battery
Put eight "D" (R20) batteries and four "AA"
(R6) batteries into the compartment making
sure the
and
are correctly positioned.
backside of your unit.
3
Installation
UNIT
Put two "AAA"
battery
cover.
(R03) batteries into the
compartment.
Replace
the
battery
cover.
the AC power cord.
Note
?
To avoid
damage
from
for
?
an
When the batteries
with
?
Volume
weak, replace all the batteries
During
the AC power cord connect to the wall outlet,
are
not
worn
out.
Adjustment
Adjustment
Press VOLUME CONTROL
CONTROL
are
(Unit:
UBB / EQ
,Remote control:
(Unit:
,Remote control:
)
)
to increase the sound
level,
or
press the VOLUME
to decrease it.
Adjustment
UBB
Repeatedly press
-
UBB to select
The UBB indicator will
light
one
of two sound effect for
emphasizing
the bass sound.
up.
EQ
Repeatedly press
EQUALIZER
(EQ)
The EQ indicator will be shown in the
6
to select
display.
one
unit
new ones.
the batteries
Audio
possible battery leakage,
plan to use the
the batteries if you do not
extended period of time.
remove
of four sound effects
(FLAT, ROCK, CLASSIC, POP).
Radio
You
can
Operation
preset 30 stations for FM and AM. Before tuning, make
sure
that you have turned down the volume to the
minimum.
the radio stations
Presetting
1
2
Press TUNER/BAND
control)
(unit)
or
to the radio
Listening
BAND
(remote
to select radio function.
a station you want by pressing TUNING
(- / +) buttons.
Tuning in manually
Press TUNING (- / +) briefly and repeatedly.
Tuning in automatically
Press TUNING (- / +) for more than 1 seconds.
Scanning stops when the unit tunes in a stations.
Select
1
2
Follow
steps
Adjust
the volume
CONTROL
(
1-2 as left side.
OPERATION
by pressing VOLUME
(/) buttons [unit] or VOLUME
) [remote control].
To turn off the radio
Press POWER to turn the unit off
or
select another
-
3
4
function mode
Press MEMORY.
A preset number will flash in the
display
Press PRESET
( / ) [unit] or PRESET
) [remote control] to select the preset
(
?
Press MEMORY
an
FM stereo broadcast is
noisy
disappears in
display window., but the reception will improve.
Press MODE/RIF again to restore the stereo effect.
so
that "STEREO"
the
again.
The station is stored.
1
Repeat steps
(or 2)
Notes
to 6 to store other
Adjust
stations.
?
Press and hold MEMORY
on
then press MEMORY
To recall
again,
for better
the front
seconds, "DEL" appears in the
panel for about
display window and
the stations
are
deleted.
the antenna to get
?
clear
reception.
reception.
FM antenna
Pull the
telescopic
antenna out and
and direction for better
presets
more
AM antenna
This antenna is built within the unit and rotate the unit
To delete all the memorized stations
two
If
Press MODE/RIF
number you want.
5
6
(CD, TAPE).
For your reference
window.
adjust
the
angle
reception.
Press PRESET (
/
) [unit] or PRESET (
)
[remote control] until the desired preset number appears
or press it repeatedly.
Tape Operation
Basic
1
2
To
Playback
Press TAPE button to select
"TAPE" appears in the display window.
Open the cassette door by pressing TAPE
DOOR OPEN
cassette and close the TAPE door.
Insert
4
Press TAPE PLAY
a
Play
After
Rewind
pressing
during playback, press TAPE
point
again
PLAY
(
(
/
)
)
at the
you want.
AUTO STOP
(
) button.
plays only
front side, the unit
stops automatically.
Play
Press TAPE PAUSE
button
Fast Forward
button
After auto stop deck
To Pause
or
REWIND/ FAST FORWARD
) button.
(
3
To
tape function.
(
) button
play.
to pause. Press the
to resume
Stop Play
Press TAPE STOP
(
) button
to
stop play.
7
CD
Operation
Basic
Program Play (Audio CD)
Playback Setup
Press CD button to select CD function.
1
2
Press CD DOOR to open the disc
Load
a
disc with the
3
Close the disc
4
play.
side
printed
compartment.
facing
Press CD PLAY/PAUSE
) button
(
to
begin
The total track number will be shown in the
To Pause
up and
compartment.
display.
Play
Press CD PLAY/PAUSE
) button
(
to pause
during
playback.
When
track is
a
paused,
""
Press CD PLAY/PAUSE
(
will flash in the
display.
) button again
to resume
play.
To
Press CD STOP
?
Skip
a
pressed
STOP
(
) button during
or
once
a
pressing
(
) button
(
(
midway through
-
a
) button is
track, the player
is
skipped
each time the
and
/
holding CD SKIP/SEARCH
) button during playback, press
(
) button at the point you want.
Repeat Play
play
one
track
panel
play
all tracks
(or
PROG.
on
the remote
Repeat
2~3.
Press CD PLAY/ PAUSE
(
).
PROG.
(or
the remote
on
control)
on
displayed.
again during playback.
display.
repeat play
Press REPEAT button
Repeat
indicator
once more
during playback.
on
the remote
CD
STOP(
)
on
on
control)
on
the front
the remote control.
arrange the order of the tracks
create your own program. The program
tracks in
case
(or
PROG.
on
the remote
control)
on
2~5on above.
Repeat
To
modify program
1.
Press the PROGRAM
contents
(or PROG. on the remote control) to display program number you want to modify.
Repeat 2~4on above.
Program Play (MP3 File)
1
2
Press PROGRAM
control)
3
4
on
(or
PROG.
on
the remote
the stop mode.
Press CD SKIP/SEARCH
buttons to select
a
(
directory.
"02 d-01" will be shown in the
Program Number
Directory Indicator
Directory Number
Press PROGRAM (or PROG.
control).
Press CD SKIP/SEARCH (
buttons to select
EX)
a
)
/
on
display.
the remote
)
/
file.
"04 F-01" will be shown in the
display.
MP3 File Indicator
can
(64
PROG.
2.
disappears.
Program Play Setup
to 20 tracks
or
EX)
"REPEAT ALL" appears in the
To cancel
(or
the program stop mode until "Tr a c k
Number" blinks.
during playback.
the display.
repeatedly
Press REPEAT button
8
Press PROGRAM
Press PROGRAM
once
"REPEAT 1" appears in
You
)
/
control).
repeatedly
repeatedly
Press REPEAT button
-
(
The disc, track and program number will be
to go
Track
CD PLAY/PAUSE
-
Press CD SKIP/SEARCH
Press PROGRAM
2.
To Search
To
the remote
the stop mode.
1.
pressed again, a track
button is pressed.
-
on
To add program contents
Track
returns to the start of that track. When it is
To
PROG.
buttons to select the track.
Press PROGRAM
When CD SKIP/SEARCH
To
(or
the stop mode.
the stop mode. And then press CLEAR
Press CD SKIP/SEARCH
After
on
To check program contents
to the next track.
?
Press PROGRAM
control)
To clear program contents
Stop Play
playback.
To
1
2
3
4
5
of MP3
on
the discs and
can
file).
contain up
5
6
7
Press third PROGRAM
remote
control).
Repeat
2~5.
(or
Press CD PLAY/ PAUSE
(
PROG.
).
on
the
CD
To
Operation
Play
MP3 file
MP3 DIRECTORY
FILE ARRANGE
FILE RT1
ROOT\
FILE RT2
A:\
SKIP
FILE A1
FILE A1
FILE A2
OPERATION
-
FILE A2
FILE A3
FILE A3
FILE A4
FILE A4
FILE B1
FILE B2
FILE B3
FILE B1
FILE B4
FILE B2
B:\
FILE C1
FILE B3
FILE C2
FILE B4
FILE C3
FILE a1
C:\
FILE a2
FILE a3
FILE a1
FILE b1
FILE a2
a:\
FILE c2
FILE b2
FILE ARRANGE
FILE C1
FILE C2
ROOT:\
FILE C3
A:\
DIR
12345678
B:\
FILE c1
c:\
C:\
FILE c2
a:\
b:\
FILE RT1
c:\
FILE RT1
File Name
If you want to
button.
1
play
+
FILE c1
FILE b1
b:\
SKIP
FILE b2
FILE a3
B2 file, press twice
DIR(
)
DIR
-
+
DIR Number
button and then press twice CD SKIP/SEARCH
Press the CD button to select CD function.
MP3
file you want
3
Select
4
Press the CD PLAY/PAUSE
a
SKIP/SEARCH
(
(
)
by pressing
the CD
).
,
(
) button.
MP3
Directory
2
Select
DIR
(
a
/
Number
directory you
) button.
MP3 File Number
want
by pressing
the
MP3 File Number
Playing
Time
9
the CLOCK
Setting
1
Press CLOCK.
(If
the clock is
CLOCK for
2
Select
a
requires setting, press
more than 2 seconds.)
24 hour
TIME
pressing
cycle
(-/+).
(12HR)
3
or
12 hour
and hold
cycle by
(24HR)
or
Press SET to confirm the selected hour
cycle.
4
5
6.
7
8
Use TIME
(-/+)
to set the correct hours.
Press SET.
Use TIME
(-/+)
to set the correct minutes.
Press SET and the correct time is shown
the
on
display.
Press CLOCK at any time to
for about 3 seconds.
display
the time
SLEEP Function
When the
1
To
sleep
specify
timer is used, the power is
the time
delay
automatically
before the power is
turned off, press SLEEP.
In the
window you can see "90 SLEEP" for
about 5 seconds. This means that the system
display
turns off
automatically
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.
To check the
remaining
specified
time has
elapsed.
Note
If you press SLEEP while the
the SLEEP time is reset.
To cancel the
sleep
sleep
time is
displayed,
timer mode
If you wish to stop the function, press the SLEEP button
repeatedly until 10 SLEEP appears, and then press
SLEEP
Select the desired time to turn off.
2
turned off after the
once
again
while 10 SLEEP is
displayed.
time until the power is
turned off.
While the
sleep function is active
briefly. The time remaining until it
played for about 5 seconds.
press SLEEP
turns off is dis-
Other Function
Auto Function Select
Headphone Socket
?
If you press CD PLAY/ PAUSE (
listen to the radio, CD playback will
?
If you press PRESET (
) or BAND during CD
CASSETTE play, radio function will work.
10
?
) during
begin.
?
or
Connect
a stereo headphone plug (
3.5mm)
headphone jack.
The speakers are automatically disconnected
you plug in the headphones (not supplied).
into the
when
Setting
the TIMER
?
This function is
?
Select your desired radio station
1
automatically
turned
on
and off at the time you want.
press CD and load
or
a
disc.
Set the minute to switch off
Press CLOCK to check the current time.
10 (-/+).
For your reference
If you don't set clock, timer function doesn't work.
2
the volume level
12 Adjust(-/+).
3 flashing.
4
5
6 (-/+).
7
Press SET.
13
"TIMER" appears in the display window and the
setting has been completed.
timer
Set the hour to switch
on
by pressing TIME (-/+).
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch
Switch the system off.
14
on.
The selected function is
on
by pressing
the timer set
Press SET to confirm the minute to switch
Set the hour to switch off
or
switched
on
check the timer
Each time the TIMER button is
TIME
'TIMER OFF' indicator appears in the
window.
automatically
and off at the time set.
To cancel
Set the minute to switch
TIME
by pressing
TIME
Press SET when the desired function is
9
OPERATION
Press TIMER to enter the timer
"TIMER ON" appears in the
"TUN-Cd" flashes in the
8
TIME
Press SET.
11
setting mode.
display window.
display window in turn.
by pressing
on.
display
setting
you can select
also check the timer
pressed
can
status.
To activate
or check the timer, press the TIMER
that "TIMER" appears in the display window.
To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button so that
button
by pressing
cancel. You
or
so
"TIMER"
disappears
in the
display
window.
(-/+).
Note
Press SET to confirm the hour to switch off.
The unit
can
also set the clock function in power off
state.
Recording
Wind the tape to the
Basic
point recording
starts.
(Use only
normal
Recording
1
Select
2
Insert
3
Press RECORD
a
function
(TUNER
or
CD)
you want to
record.
a
blank
TAPE PLAY
(
tapes.)
3
4
tape.
Press RECORD
(
TAPE PLAY
button is
CD
TUNER
4
Start
CD
Synchronized Recording
playing your
or
(RADIO).
recording
Press TAPE PAUSE
button
To
automatically
records
an
entire CD into
a
) button.
pressed automatically.
synchronized recording is started
automatically after about 7 seconds.
again
to
(
resume
) button. Press
recording.
TAPE PAUSE
(
)
stop recording
Press TAPE STOP
This feature
)
The
To pause
) button.
) button is pressed automatically.
(
(
(Your cassette
the tape.)
(
)
deck will
button.
automatically stop
at the end of
cassette.
1
2
Follow
Play
steps
1-2 as "Basic
Recording".
the CD disc and set to the CD pause
condition.
Notes
If you wish to record from the desired track, select the
desired track with CD SKIP/SEARCH (
,
)
button before
commencing
CD
recording.
11
Specifications
Power
Power
FM
SWAM (optinal)(MW
[TAPE]
Designs
P/NO
:
of the unit.
2.75kg
External dimensions
[CD]
panel
20W
Mass
[Genral]
[Tuner]
Refer to the back
supply
consumption
(W
x
H
x
D)
500
191
x
x
317
mm
Output Power
Speakers
Battery Operation
Frequency response
Signal-to-noise ratio
4.5WX2
T.H.D
0.7 %
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
10.7 MHz
Antenna
Telescopic
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
522-1611kHzor530-1610kHz
3.2ΩX2
DC 12V,
100
eight "D"(R20)
batteries
59 dB
87.5 -108 MHz
antenna
450 kHz
Antenna
Ferrite bar antenna
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
5800
Antenna
Telescopic
Recording System
Frequency Response
Signal to Noise Ratio
4 Tracks 2 channel stereo
and
specifications
3828R-A063R
are
(not supplied)
18000 Hz
-
-
18000 kHz
450 kHz
125
-
8000Hz
40/45dB
subject
to
antenna
change
(REC/PLAY)
without notice.
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