English Spanish MINI HI-FI AUDIO SYSTEM OWNER'S MANUAL MODELS : FFH-262A/L/S/AX/AD FE-262E FFH-363A/L/S/AX/AD FE-363E Please read this manual carefully before operating your unit. Retain it for future reference. Designs without and specifications are subject notice for improvement. to change COMPACT (for CE region) DIGITAL AUDIO N0M 061 N0M NYCE 260 NYCE P/N:3828RCD012A MISE EN GARDE CAUTION Cet appareil num rique de la classe B respecte toutes glement sur le mat riel brouilleur de Canada. les exigences de R AVERTISSEMENT CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUENE-PAS OUVRIR ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER(OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. with arrowhead This reminder is within symbol, is intended to alert the user for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the an building, to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a point within manufacturer an to the presence of user television a SHOCK, DO NOT not open the cabinet. Refer servicing practical. frequency energy and if not that is in strict accordance with the instructions, may cause interference to radio and It has been type tested and found to comply with However, there is in occur particular a interference to radio cause determined television or no guarantee that installation. If this reception, equipment which can Reorients - of adjustments or performance specified herein may result procedures by turning equipment off and on, the user in to try to correct the interference by one of more of the or Increase the - in hazardous Connect the - relocate the receiving antenna. between the separation equipment into an equipment and outlet on a receiver. circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. THE CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE) If this product is marked with the CE-symbol, is conformed to EMC regulation 89/336/EEC. Consult the dealer - it means which (FOR radio/TV technician for experienced or an CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED help. KINGDOM) WIRING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance is supplied with a BS1363 approved 3 amp fused mains When replacing the fuse always use a 3 amp BS1362 approved type. Never use this plug with the fuse cover omitted. To obtain a replacement fuse cover contact your supplying dealer or LG Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1. plug. CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN ELECTRONICS U.K.LTD AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO If the mains sockets in your home differ, or are not suitable for the of plug supplied, then the plug should be removed and a suitable BEAM. fitted. Please refer to the Warning ATTENTION: Quand I aux appareil est ouvert, ne pas s exposer radiations invisibles du faisceau laser. the interior. on . type type instructions below: wiring : The mains plug destroyed. A mains mains This label is located be the encouraged following measures: radiation exposure. (FOR s properly, residential installation. does to CAUTION or as reception. interference will not qualified personnel only. Use of controls entry a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in subparts J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. shock, do of cable the limits for WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC point The interference potential to the device. This equipment generates and uses radio risk of electric shock to equilateral triangle is important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. other than those close to the installed and used intended to alert the To avoid electrical as NOTE: persons. The exclamation AMERICA) Note to CATV system Installer: provided to call the CATV system installer s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. Explanation Graphical Symbols: The lightning flash equilateral triangle CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF (FOR severed from the mains lead of this plug appliance must be engaged in a with bared wires is hazardous if output line socket. IMPORTANT This Compact Disc LASER PRODUCT KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT LASER LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE The KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT PRODUCT label is located CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER is classified on as a The wires in this mains lead player CLASS 1 following CLASS 1 product. CLASS 1 LASER are coloured in accordance with the codes: Blue : Neutral Brown : Live As the colour of the wires in the mains lead of this correspond with the coloured markings identifying plug, proceed as follows: the exterior. appliance may not the terminals in your The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal (FOR CUSTOMERS IN CANADA) which is marked with the letter N CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, which is marked with the letter L OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY If digital apparatus meets all requirements Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. of the Canadian - pas y ins rallonge, rer with the earth symbol or pin, coloured green marked with the letter E or green and or yellow. A note about your operating voltage Before connecting the unit to an AC outlet, check that the lectriques, n utilisez pas cette fiche (polaris e) ceptacle ou une autre prise si vous ne pouvez operating voltage of the unit is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. And if your unit is equipped with the Voltage Selector on the back of the unit, set to it your required voltage. un r les broches : Do not connect either wire to the earth DO NOT OPEN Pour viter les chocs coloured red. distribution board. MISE EN GARDE: avec une or a Warning WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD coloured black. 13 amp BS1363 plug or any other type of plug is used, 3 amp BS1362 approved fuse must be fitted either in the plug or at the INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE. This class B or The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal fond. 2 Antenna Lead-in Wire Ground Clamp Antenna Discharge Unit (NEC Section 810-20) Electric Service Grounding Conductors (NEC Section 810-21) Equipment Ground Clamps Power Service Electrode (NEC ? Outdoor Antenna cable system antenna some static ? or Grounding - If cable outside antenna an is connected to the product, system is grounded protection against voltage charges. be so as sure power-supply cord or plug is damaged. liquid spilled, or objects have fallen into the product. c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in a) b) or the to surges and provide built-up Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 proviedes information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. ? Power Lines - An outside antenna system should not vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna extreme system, ? ? ? should be circuits as result in and a risk of fire or has been any way. When the - shock, - ? electric shock. Liquid Entry Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. Servicing Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Damage Requiring Service Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: Object If Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric or other hazards. Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles, as this can ? care or ? When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a need for service. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original parts. f) be located in the taken not to touch such power lines contact with them might be fatal. Art Grounding System 250, Part H) - ? Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition. Wall or Ceiling Mounting The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by - - the manufacturer. ? - Heat - The sources other heat. - 3 product such as should be situated away from heat radiators, heat registers, stoves, products (including amplifiers) that produce or IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES ? CAUTION: ? Read all of these instructions. ? Save these instructions for later ? Follow all the audio ? warnings and equipment. Read instructions - use. instructions maked on All the and safety - The safety and operating product is ? operating reference. Heed in the ? Warnings operatiog All - warnings the on product and instructions should be followed. Follow instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed. ? ? - Attachments - recommended they ? may Do not by cause the use ? manufacturer Do not ? use this near water-for ? Accessories or Do not ? follow the manufacturer's instructions and should ? accessory recommended Power-Cord Protection the cable line surges. and cart combination should be moved Quick stops, excessive force, and surfaces may cause the combination to overturn. product supply cords not likely to be placed upon or are a - A care. they Lightning For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the to the uneven Power the service technician has used or product - that - antenna by so Protective Attachment Plug The product is equipped with an attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or restting or protective device. If replacement of the plug is required, be damage with built-in - manufacturer. mounting a rack unless replacement play specified by the manufacturer that has the same overload protection as the original plug. unstable cart, stand, use a in Power Sources This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating sure place this product on an tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should - or on or pinched by items against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. as product example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; near a swimming pool; - placed bookcase walked hazards. Water and Moisture as a should be routed attachments not product should not be instructions. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Cleaning other similar surface. product proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have been followed. instructions should be retained for future ? or - installation such operated. Retain instructions Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, This instructions should be read before the ? Ventilation and cart 4 system. This will prevent product due to lightning and power- OPERATING ELEMENTS FRONT VIEW BACK VIEW OPTION 31 30 12 3 29 5 6 8 10 11 4 28 26 7 24 27 25 9 23 12 22 13 21 14 15 20 16 17 18 19 FRONT VIEW 20. TAPE DECK 2 EJECT POSITION 21. DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons 1. RECORD / RECORD PAUSE 2. REMOTE SENSOR 3. MDSS indicator 4. MEMORY / PROGRAM button 5. DIMMER button 6. button( REC/ ( PUSH EJECT) (DISC1, DISC2, DISC3) ) 22. TAPE / STOP, CD STOP / CLEAR button( 23. FUNCTION SELECT knob LW/SW [FM, MW(AM), AUX] MDSS button TAPE 1/2, 24. CD OPEN/CLOSE button 7. EQ. PATTERN button 25. TIMER button 8. CD REPEAT button (OPTION), CD, 26. CLOCK button TAPE PLAY MODE button 27. DISC SKIP button (OPTIONAL) MODE / RIF button 28. CD PAUSE / 10. TAPE 1/2 select button RESET 9. 11. STOP CLEAR) SET(CLOCK / TIMER) / COUNTER (TAPE) button (CD II / SET / COUNTER RESET) / RDS (TUNER) : OPTIONAL POWER button 29. VOLUME knob 12. NORMAL DUBBING / CD SYNCHRO 30. CD PAUSE / SET indicator RECORDING button 13. HEADPHONE socket 31. CD DOOR (PHONES) 14. HI-SPEED DUBBING button 15. TAPE DECK 1 EJECT PUSH EJECT) (TUNER), BACKWARD (CD) ) position ( BACK VIEW 16. AUTO / MANUAL TUNING DOWN TAPE REWIND, TRACK SKIP/SEARCH button( 32. ANTENNA 33. 17. PRESET DOWN / BACKWARD PLAY (OPTIONAL) button (PRESET DOWN / UP / 35. VOLTAGE SELECTOR 36. POWER CORD ) 19. AUTO / MANUAL TUNING UP(TUNER), INPUT sockets 34. SPEAKER terminal ) 18. PRESET UP / FORWARD PLAY button (PRESET (AERIAL) terminal (OPTIONAL) AUXILIARY / PHONO TAPE FAST FORWARD, TRACK FORWARD SKIP/SEARCH (CD) button ( ) 5 (OPTIONAL) FUNCTION DISPLAY 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 1. LEVEL indicator 9. 2. CD REPEAT indicator 10. DISC entered indicator DISC NO. indicator 3. FUNCTION, VOLUME LEVEL, CLOCK, 11. FREQUENCY, TAPE COUNTER, CD PLAYING 12. AUTO TUNE RECEIVING indicator R.I.F. indicator TIME, MDSS, EQ PATTERN display 13. MUTE indicator 4. LEVEL indicator 14. TAPE DIRECTION indicator 5. FM STEREO RECEIVING indicator 15. PLAY MODE indicator 6. FM MONO indicator 7. RDS indicator 8. UBB indicator (Use only 16. (OPTIONAL) auto reverse deck) RECORD / RECORD PAUSE indicator 17. TIMER indicator REMOTE CONTROL POWER SLEEP MUTE 1 TUNER/BAND 23 4 AUX PRESET EQ PATT 6 1. POWER button 2. TUNER / BAND button 3. AUX button 4. EQ PATTERN button 5. CD FUNCTIONS 7 8 ? ? CD ? D.SKIP ? 5 REPEAT ? TAPE1 TAPE2 REC 9 OPTION VOLUME 10 DECK DISC SKIP (D.SKIP) button ( ) button STOP/CLEAR ( ) button SKIP / SEARCH ( PLAY/PAUSE )buttons REPEAT button 6. SLEEP button 7. MUTE button 8. PRESET DOWN/UP 9. TAPE FUNCTIONS ( ) button ?TAPE1/TAPE2button ? RECORD / RECORD PAUSE ? BACKWARD PLAY button button( REC/II) ) : OPTIONAL ? FORWARD PLAY button ? STOP ? REWIND / FAST FORWARD button button( ( ) ) 10. VOLUME CONTROL 6 ( ( ) buttons ( ) REMOTE CONTROL Control Range The remote control device is designed for the range shown in the illustration. NOTE Strong light obstacles between the remote control or device and the stereo Approx.7m system may interfere with the of the remote control. functioning Notes on Batteries Your remote control Use two with batteries. comes "AAA(UM-4. IEC R03)" type high quality batteries. MUTE SLEEP PRESET CD PATT EQ SLEEP POWER POWER TUNER/BAND EQ PATT operate accurately at maximum distance from the unit. PRESET TUNER/BAND AUX When the remote control fails to MUTE CD worn out batteries with Install two "AAA" type batteries, observing and battery polarity( polarity might damage the Do not an old When you time, different use with one are remove Replace the new ones. correct Reversed ). battery unit. types of batteries together, or new one. not going the batteries to use to the unit for a long prevent possible electrolyte leakage. CONNECTIONS Connection the AUX Sockets Two sockets marked 'AUX' phono or are connecting other a record player with a pre amplifier, tape recorders.) rear of the unit for But if your can R a video recorders red terminal external record the Loud Insert the red wire of the L provided on the (for example, units marked(+) right/left at the Speakers hand rear player. speaker AUDIO OUT L Left Speaker R into the of the unit. Insert the black wire into the black terminal 7 or system has the 'PHONO R/L' sockets, you play by connecting Connecting AUX PHONO Right Speaker marked(-). CONNECTIONS Antenna(aerial) Connection For the models for other countries For the European and U.K. model figure (1), (3). figure (2), (4). IMPORTANT FM Antenna (aerial) Connection signals are very weak, no external necessary, simply connect the supplied antenna (aerial) wire to the terminal Unless radio antenna is FM indoor marked FM (1) 2 BAND(FM/AM) on the back of the unit (2) 3 BAND(FM/MW/LW) AREA AREA MW/LW FM external antenna antenna(aerial) (not supplied) For MW/LW the 75 ohms coaxial cable AM loop loop (aerial) reception, connect (aerial) to the antenna terminal marked MW/LW loop antenna (aerial)... included FM indoor antenna(aerial) AM FM external antenna(aerial) (not supplied) Position it for the MW /LW GND FM best FM reception 75Ω 3) 3 BAND(FM/MW/SW) AREA 4) 2 BAND[FM/AM(MW)] For MW loop antenna (aerial) FM indoor antenna (aerial) Position it for the best the antenna(aerial) (not supplied) terminal marked AM FM external antenna(aerial) (not supplied) MW AM FM 75Ω FM MW ANTENNA WIRE TWISTED LINE SW Antenna AM(MW) loop antenna (aerial) coaxial cable reception SW GND AM(MW) reception, connect loop antenna (aerial) to the FM external AREA FM ANTENNA WIRE 8 CLOCK SETTING Example 1. : Set to 9:25 in the Press the CLOCK button. (If morning the clock is than 1.5 - seconds) begin The hours 5. already set, press and hold the CLOCK button for Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET button. more to blink. CDII/SET COUNTER CLOCK 2. Select a pressing 24 hour cycle or 12 hour 6. cycle by Set the minutes with PRESET DOWN/UP button. the PRESET DOWN/UP button. CDII/SET COUNTER CDII/SET COUNTER (24HR) DOWN-PRESET or (12HR) DOWN-PRESET PRESET-UP PRESET-UP 7. Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET button. The clock starts 3. operating. Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET button. CDII/SET COUNTER CDII/SET COUNTER Information 4. on the time AM 12:00 = midnight PM 12:00 = noon NOTE: Set the hour with PRESET DOWN/UP button. When a power interruption has occurred for than 10 seconds. The clock CDII/SET COUNTER display. DOWN-PRESET PRESET-UP 9 setting is erased, and "-- : --" will flash more on the BEFORE OPERATING Volume MODE/RIF (Radio Interference Adjustment Turn VOLUME clockwise to increase the sound level, or counterclockwise to decrease it. If you turn the volume up more To switch from than the maximum press VOLUME (Or commander.) button or on to stereo reception button and vice If the power of transmission is too weak to versa. level, the volume level flashes in the display. mono Filter) receive stereo FM without interference, switch the the remote STEREO off. When a MW(AM), or LW broadcasting is being recorded, the R.I.F.(BEAT-SWITCH) button Sound MDSS Quality Adjustment Sound (Multi Dynamic used to reduce unwanted "beat" bass (UBB Ultra Bass : The MDSS indicator Booster), lights up. which System) Press the MDSS button to reinforce treble (Hi-Tone), This function will be darken the select desired sound mode by using the And in SLEEP function Press the EQ PATTERN button darken once to see ROCK : more POP : less bass, less treble CLASSIC : for orchestral music For bass, more the the display. Press the EQ PATTERN button repeatedly, until desired sound mode is scrolled on the display. FLAT : linear frequency response on the treble personal listening Connect headphone No sound MUTE comes to headphone socket. speakers. from the button(on remote control) Press this button to mute your unit. You can mute your unit in answer the The indicator appears order, for example, to telephone. on the half in again. EQ PATTERN button. current sound mode scrolled display by press it once again the LEDs of the FUNCTION SELECTOR will go out. To cancel it press the button choose between 4 fixed sound modes: a be power-on status, if you press the DIMMER button once, only the display will be darken and if you again. To activate stereo sound can not heard before can and noise, Dimmer function and surround effect. To cancel it press the MDSS button You were signals recording. display. 10 by half too. setting mode the display will RADIO RECEPTION Tuning in 1. Turn the power. on 4. To recall Automatically 2. Turn the FUNCTION SELECTOR until the desired until repeatedly 3. Press and hold the A. TUNING DOWN/UP button for ) unit tunes in a station more preset number appears or press it repeatedly. the desired band appears. or presets. Press and hold the PRESET DOWN / UP button ( RDS (Radio (OPTIONAL) than 0.5 second. The automatically. Data System) Reception What is RDS? Tuning in 1. Turn the power. on Manually RDS 2. Turn the FUNCTION SELECTOR until repeatedly normal button repeatedly and briefly ( or until the desired traffic information and Storing Stations previously 1.5 seconds in TUNER mode in the (2) Press the CLEAR is Reception stored in any memory. (1) Press the PROG./MEMO. button for so 2. Select system gradually being by a display data contains various list of alternative frequencies of RDS Stations desired station by using the ) button. A. TUNING received, the shows the program service name (PS) display. Notes: desired (2) Select wave a a ? band. desired station with the A. TUNING DOWN/UP (3) ? Turn the FUNCTION SELECTOR to select ( preset To recall the again while Press the PROG./MEMO. button to 30 stations. selecting or adding channel number. (1) (2) (3) Select a desired station. Press the PROG./MEMO. button. Select a desired channel number by pressing the PRESET DOWN / UP button, while the preset number flashes. (4) Press the PROG./MEMO. button the channel number frequency Press the RDS button. preset number is flashing. (5) Repeat step (1) to (4) to memorize up 3. To memorize in only available for FM reception. (PROGRAM SERVICE) NAME is displayed automatically when a RDS station received. number flashes. (4) RDS is The PS button. ) or Press the PROG./MEMO. button and again for received. after RDS indicator appears. 2. To memorize the stations in order (1) an transmitter identification, 3. When the RDS transmission is STOP / CLEAR button while in the a being DOWN/UP( that CLEAR is display. flashing a 1. Turn the FUNCTION SELECTOR to select FM. than more is signal. This including station / the radio station 1. To clear any program System) FM in many countries, where radio information station appears. flashing on inaudible stream of data is transmitted in addition to the the desired band appears. 3. Press the A. TUNING DOWN/UP Data (Radio introduced before stops flashing. 11 is CD PLAYING To play Press one disc buttons to start To only of the DISC DIRECT one PLAY(DISC 1,2,3) play. discs remove Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc compartment. You can remove two discs. To remove the disc Number 1 disc Basic Number 2 disc Operation 1. Select the CD FUNCTION by turning Two discs 2. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc compartment. disc is 3. Load disc play. one or on trays Playing three discs placing two discs, The disc an 3. 8cm(3 in.) disc, put compartment. Press the PLAY ( / ) (or control) button to start play. on replace with other discs. the left side on tray will be played damage the discs. NOTES Do not disc more at the than same one compact disc on one time. If, during CD play, the video image of affected television Searching stop play in STOP/CLEAR button. To pause Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET place tray a nearby television is distorted, or if static is heard from a nearby radio, move this unit further away from the tray which has no disc is skipped and play proceeds to the next tray. The indicator of the skipped tray number goes out in the display. a or for radio. a Particular Point Track You (or / can locate a particular point in a track during play by monitoring the high-speed cueing sound or observing the CD counter in the display. on control) button. resume play, press it again. remote To search back: To Keep in the compartment. remote During playback skip discs During play or placed conditions may A To applicable during programmed dislodge Play begins with the disc on the left hand side tray before closing the disc compartment. All the discs are played once only. Press the remaining Do not tilt the unit with discs loaded. This may the discs. Usage under these tray. disc To is not During Play while the other it onto the inner 4. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the 5. changed 3. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc circle of the be next. NOTICE To load Discs 2. Remove the discs and press the DISC SKIP button to rotate the trays. Place the next disc tray tray, press the DISC SKIP tray. 1. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc compartment. 1 and 2. After on can played. operation This label side up. two discs (s) with the Playing the back Changing the FUNCTION SELECTOR. Place discs on button to rotate the disc stop mode, press the DISC the desired button pressed and release it at the pressed and release it at the point. SKIP button. During play Play begins automatically In the To search forward: after Keep skipping. the desired stop mode The changer skips to the next disc, but the player remains stopped. Press the PLAY ( / on ) (or remote control) button to play the next disc. Play begins and all the discs are played once. 12 point. button CD PLAYING to the Skipping of Beginning Programmed Play a Track The You can locate the To return the to of any track beginning of beginning the player has a memory function that allows play of up to 20 tracks over three discs in any order. 1. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button in the stop disc. on a current mode. or 2. Press track previous Press the button once to return to the beginning 3. Press the of the current track Press the button backward To one by to repeatedly in the tracks skip forward button by one to repeatedly skip track(s) 5. one. To play one track the remote only control) To check the / " display ( : on unit " the and press repeatedly ? Press the REPEAT button twice to to start To / display ( : on " on all discs REPEAT button ". button to start ? times to (2) display / ( (3) To repeat only selected tracks Program the desired tracks, and press the REPEAT display " "or" (1) (2) that " " in the (3) display in a contents during stop and then press the STOP / CLEAR button. Turn off the power. Press the CD OPEN / CLOSE button. 00 appears in the track number. Select the desired track on the disc with DISC or button. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button. change the programmed tracks Press the PROG. / MEMO. button to display the program number. Select the desired track on the disc with DISC or button. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button. NOTICE ? During playback also During the programmed play, you can play repeatedly one track ( ) or all discs () the select the repeat play of an programmed play, . entire disc, if you it is changed The DISC SKIP button does not programmed play. operate the repeat play during playback. NOTICE During programmed Press the PROG. / MEMO. button SKIP button and so goes out. can pressed changed ". repeat play Press the REPEAT button You contents a SKIP button and : on play. To To cancel control) button unit) repeatedly three ", and press the PLAY/PAUSE button to remote To add tracks to the programme (1) Press the PROG. / MEMO. button to search until all tracks play unit) " play. Press the : on button to start ) ? and press PLAY/PAUSE programmed stop mode, To clear the disc / disc number, a track number, and program number will be displayed. play. one ( play. Each time the PROG. / MEMO. button is repeatedly the PLAY/PAUSE play 2 to 4. Repeat steps button to start Press the REPEAT button to To display. 6. Press the PLAY with button to select the or 4. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button. Repeat Play (Operating or disc. To select the 6th track, press the or button repeatedly until track number "6" is displayed one. Press the a track. tracks skip of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons one DISC SKIP button to select to repeat play of all discs. 13 operate during AUXILIARY FUNCTION 1. Switch the on device i.e. TV auxiliary connected to the rear mounted AUX or NOTE: VCR, (PHONO) sockets. You can see RECORDING section. also record from the auxiliary input source, 2. Press the "AUX" function button. TAPE PLAYBACK Playback Preparation You All sides can use normal only : tapes. Unit and 1. To set the cassette function: Switch the unit necessary press the button other deck.) (If again Endless 2nd In cassette deck 1 PUSH (or 2) or both by pushing the EJECT position. Insert one or two cassettes with the tape side or facing 4. the front - DECK 2 - 2. Auto stop only (Non-autoreverse) Auto reverse of non-autoreverse (Front side 5. reverse : Fast forward or rewind 1st In of non-autoreverse case reverse (auto stop) deck 1 The unit play DECK 2 the remote to rewind. : STOP / CLEAR button. stops automatically Tape Counter Press Front side or on at the end of the tape. between deck 1 performed. DECK 1 One side : the unit deck 2. In this case, the continuous (b) playback Press the and 2 cannot be (a) 6. To end Option and auto on played and how often with the PLAY MODE button. 1) deck 1 play only) control for fast forward and Select which side of the cassette is to be (auto stop) Playback: playback with PLAY button (front side) or (reverse side). The (reverse side) PLAY button is not operated in the non-autoreverse deck. Press button 3. Auto but six times Start NOTE: DECK 1 Like : Option case and 2. to the bottom and the cassette side that you wish to hear in cassette deck 1 stops automatically tape. in succession in deck 2. 2) deck loop to select the 2. To insert cassettes: Open the front and side in deck 2 at the end of the and press the TAPE 1/2 button. on plays reverse play only. Unit plays reverse and COUNTER RESET button while tape playing or stop. During play or fast forward, the tape counter increases and during rewind, the tape counter decreases. (Auto Reverse) : the Reset the front or side in deck 2 stops automatically tape. at the end of the 14 RECORDING Recording from CD, Radio Equipment Connected a CD or The CD Wind up the Use only can synchro recording function dubs a complete programmed titles automatically into a CD and Preparation You Synchro Recording to the tape normal tapes. record from cassette deck 2 1. To select the function Switch the unit cassette. starts. point recording on 1. Select the CD function. only. 2. : the CD Open compartment with the CD OPEN / CLOSE button, insert discs and close the CD and select CD, TUNER, AUX compartment again. etc. 2. To insert the cassette 3. To insert cassette : Open the cassette deck 2. Insert a blank cassette into the cassette : Open the cassette deck 2. Insert a blank cassette into the cassette compartment. compartment. Rewind the cassette to the beginning of the tape. 3. PLAY MODE Select the (OPTIONAL) play mode with PLAY if you wish to record one 4. Auto MODE button, cassette side only and for both cassette sides. or reverse (OPTIONAL) Select the PLAY MODE, if you record the front side and or only wish to for both cassette sides. 4. Recording Press the mode : REC/ NOTE: button. If the last track has The REC indicator flashes and holds the cassette in pause mode. side of the cassette reverse 5. To start recording Press the again the REC/ side button or (OPTIONAL). 5. To start PLAY button The or the tape. recording : Press the CD SYNC. button. for The recording recording begins and stops automatically at the end of the CD. begins. NOTE is full, : if you want to record the front side reverse stopped because the tape again completely on the track will be recorded NOTE: : If both cassette sides MODE , PLAY . are to be recorded In ) always start with the front (Use only auto reverse deck) of Auto deck (OPTIONAL) tape after one has ended. Change the tape, then push the PLAY button. The tape enters into the recording mute mode for 7 seconds then CD player starts playing and recording. (PLAY case Stop If you want to record onto another side 6. To interrupt recording : interrupt the recording for a short period, press the REC/ button again. To continue with the recording, press the REC/ To button one more NOTES 1. If you : only want to record certain these before the CD time. titles, program synchro recording. 2. If you wish to record from the desired 7. To end the Press the The unit recording the desired track with the : button before STOP / CLEAR button. stops automatically 3. The function at the end of the recording. tape. 15 track, select / commencing CD synchro recording. change is not possible during RECORDING from Recording (Dubbing) Tape to Tape 3. To Preparation Wind up the Use tape to the point recording of the Press NORMAL DUBBING for normal and HIGH 1 DUBBING for double The 1. Select the TAPE function. NOTES speed dubbing. automatically. starts up dubbing : The pause function does not 2. To insert cassettes beginning tape. normal only tapes. Dubbing only functions from cassette deck (playback) to cassette deck 2 (recording) dub(auto dubbing): Rewind both cassettes to the starts. operate during dubbing. : Open cassette deck 1. Insert a 4. To The unit that you wish to dub to the front. Open cassette deck 2. Insert a end dubbing Press the recorded cassette and the cassette side : STOP /CLEAR stops automatically button. at the end of the tape. blank cassette in the cassette compartment and the NOTE cassette side that you wish : You cannot to record to the front. change the speed of dubbing while dubbing. The volume has no effect on the record level. TIMER Timer Setting (2) With the TIMER function you can have the radio at the time desired. 1. Check the current time. 2. Press the TIMER button to enter the timer mode. the button for (If the timer is more than 1.5 indicator appears in the already set, press seconds.) display and each function-TUNER, CD, TAPE, AUX display - a desired radio station of the previous programmed preset numbers. If the radio stations have nothing in the memory, this step is automatically skipped and you can operate continuously from step (3); in this case, it will play the radio broadcast that was being received before turning off the unit. reception and recording, CD play, tape play or play and recording from auxiliary source turned on and off setting Press the PRESET DOWN/UP button to select (3) Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET button to confirm the selected preset number. flashes in the (4) Set the in turn. hour to switch on by pressing 3. If you want to select the TUNER, press the (5) Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET button until the button to confirm the hour to switch TUNER appears in the The minute flashes. display window. (6) Set the minute 'PLAY' and 'REC' flashes in turn. (1) (7) button to confirm either PLAY and REC. : TUNER REC : TUNER to switch on, on. by pressing the PRESET DOWN/UP button. Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET PLAY the PRESET DOWN/UP button. Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET button to confirm the minute to switch play only play and recording on. Now OFF TIME appears and the hour flashes in the display. 16 TIMER (8) the time to switch off in the Program same as the time to turn way Set the volume level (9) 3. When the TAPE is selected for cassette decks have cassette on. by pressing the cassette PRESET DOWN/UP button. case of power-on operated only the timer by if both tapes in; the 2 will be selected first. 4. The timer-off function will be Press the CDII/SET/COUNTER RESET (10) tape in deck playback, in the on. button to confirm the selected volume remains in the setting has been display and perfected. (11) Switch the system switched on the timer Setting the remote only control) When the sleep timer is used, the power is automatically turned off after the specified time has elapsed. 1. To specify the time until the power is turned off, Press the SLEEP button. In the display you automatically and off at the time set. If you select the AUX: Follow steps (1)~(11)except with (Operating off. The selected function is Timer Sleep level. steps (2)~(3) of '3. If you want to select the TUNER'. can see If you select the CD or TAPE: Follow steps (4)~(11)of the '3. If you want to select the TUNER'. explanation means for about 5 seconds. This that the units 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 section. 80...70...etc. 4. To cancel Select the desired time to turn off. check the timer. or Each time the TIMER button is select the timer check the timer To activate button pressed you can activating or cancel. You can also setting status. that " " in the turns off so goes out. no or TAPE is selected for disc is entered in the disc drawer cassette tape is entered in the it NOTE: If you press the SLEEP button while the the SLEEP time is set again. NOTES: 1. When the CD sleep function is active press the briefly. The time remaining until is displayed for about 5 seconds. SLEEP button " display time until the power is While the check the timer, press the TIMER that lights up in the display. To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button remaining turned off. or " so 2. To check the playback, sleep time is displayed, if or no cassette 3. To cancel the deck, the sleep timer mode If you wish to stop the function press the SLEEP button repeatedly until 10 appears, and then press the SLEEP button once again while 10 is TUNER function will be operated. programmed playback is selected, the REPEAT ALL DISC( )will be selected automatically. 2. When the CD displayed. AUTO FUNCTION SELECT SYSTEM This unit has an function auto various functions. i.e. If select system for 1. On the remote control function is in operation(e.g. reception), and you wish to switch to another(e.g. cassette playback), all you have to do is select the desired function(cassette playback) directly, the unit automatically switches to the new function(cassette recorder).This applies for the following functions: a radio TUNER : PRESET CD : TAPE : PLAY/PAUSE( FORWARD ( / buttons / ) PLAY button ) button and REVERSE (OPTIONAL) 2. On the unit CD : DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons (DISC 1, 2, 3) 17 ( ) SPECIFICATIONS MODEL SECTION FFH FFH 262 - - 363 AMP Output Power Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio 10W+10W (4Ω, 2ch, T.H.D 10%) 30W+30W (6Ω, 2ch, 42~25,000Hz 42~25,000Hz 83 dB 83 dB T.H.D 10%) TUNER FM 87.5~108MHz Tuning Range(optional) or 65~74MHz & 87.5~108MHz Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono/Stereo, 98MHz) Frequency Response 87.5~108MHz or 65~74MHz & 87.5~108MHz 10.7 MHz 10.7 MHz 62/58 dB 62/58 dB 60~12,500Hz 60~12,500Hz 522~1,611 kHz, 530~1,720kHz or 530~1,610kHz 522~1,611 kHz, 530~1,720kHz or 530~1,610kHz 450 kHz 450 kHz 100~2,000Hz 100~2,000Hz 5.8~18.0MHz 5.8~18.0MHz 450 kHz 450 kHz 35 dB 35 dB AM(MW) Tuning Range(optional) or 530~1,610kHz Intermediate Frequency Frequency Response SW(OPTIONAL) Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio(11MHz) LW(OPTIONAL) 153~281 kHz 153~281 kHz 450 kHz 450 kHz 28 dB 28 dB FF, REW Time(C-60) 120 120 Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio Channel Separation 125~8,000Hz 125~8,000Hz 43 43 Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio(254kHz) CASSETTE DECK 50 sec. dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P) dB(P/B), 45dB(R/P) 50 sec. dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P) dB(P/B), 45dB(R/P) CD Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio 40~18,000Hz 40~18,000Hz 70 dB 70 dB GENERAL Power Refer to the back Net 273x330x360mm 273x330x360mm 6.1 6.5 Net Requirements Dimensions(WxHxD) Weight of the unit. kg MODEL SECTION panel FE - Refer to the back panel of the unit kg FE 262E - 363E SPEAKER SYSTEM Bass Reflex 2 * 60~20,000Hz 60~20,000Hz Sound Pressure Level 86 86 Rated 20W 30W 40W 60W 200x325x206mm 200x325x206mm 2.3 2.3 : Designs and specifications are dB/W(1m) kg subject to change 18 without notice for Way 2 6Ω NOTE Speaker System Bass Reflex 2 4Ω Input Power Max. Input Power Net Dimensions(WxHxD) Net Weight Way 2 Type Impedance Frequency Response Speaker System dB/W(1m) kg improvement.
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