LG | TCH-M550 | LG TCH-M550 Owner’s Manual

TCH-M550_ENG_23W
STEREO CD CAR RECEIVER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
To
:
fully enjoy
TCH-550 / TCH-M550
the features and functions of this
new
unit,
recommend that you read this OWNER'S MANUAL
carefully and completely.
we
Precautions
CAUTION
Use of controls
CAUTION
other than those
RISK OF ELECTRIC
radiation exposure.
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Laser
component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation
COVER(OR BACK)
This label is located
NO USER
the limit for Class 1.
exceeding
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE
adjustments or performance of procedures
specified here in may result in hazardous
or
on
the interior.
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
CAUTION:INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA
AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG.
Attention:Quand l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas s'exposer
VARNING:OSYNLIG
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
The
lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the
product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute
a
point
within
is
equilateral triangle
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance(servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
an
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1
LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT LASER
This
Compact
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
DO
The
and that
To avoid electrical
be
to
shock,
qualified
do not open the
personnel only.
cabinet,
Refer
no
placed
objects
on
is classified
as a
CLASS 1 LASER
on
product.
the exterior.
not be
filled
exposed to dripping or splashing
with liquids, such as vases, shall
the apparatus.
Warning:
Do not install this
case or
2
player
apparatus shall
NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
servicing
Disc
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located
WARNING
aux
radiations invisibles du faisceau laser.
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation
DEL
equipment
similar unit.
in
a
confined space such
a
book
Before Use
?
Do not
optical pickup
?
Make
sure
that
unit; they may
as
?
or
?
do not inside the
hazard such
exposure of laser rays.
Ensure to let the ambient
designed
electrical
on
CD
A defective
or
to
during playback.
disc by holding its
drop
out
soiled disc inserted into unit
?
Handle the
?
Do not touch the surface of
can cause
inner and outer
sound
edges.
the unlabeled side of the disc.
temperature cool down before
the unit.
This unit is
ground
?
cause
other
foreign objects
malfunctioning, or a safety
or
Notes
When your car is parked under direct sunlight in summer,
there may be a considerable rise in temperature inside the
operating
?
pins
electrical shock
car.
?
to disassemble this unit. Laser rays from the
are dangerous to the eyes.
attempt
to be
operated
system only.
on a
12 volt DC
?
Do not stick paper or
etc, on the surface.
?
Do not expose the disc
to direct sunlight or
negative
replacing the fuse, be sure to use the fuse whose
amperage rating is identical. Use of a fuse with higher amperage may cause serious damage to the unit.
tape
When
Periodically wipe
with
a
the contacts
on
the back of the front
panel
excessive heat.
cotton swap moistened with alcohol.
?
Clean the disc before
outward with
?
Never
use
a
playback. Wipe
cleaning cloth.
solvents such
as
benzine
the disc from the center
or
alcohol to clean the
disc.
?
This unit cannot be
(using
12cm disc
operated by
only).
8cm disc
8cm
3
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
OPERATION
Precautions.....................................2
Basicoperation..............................10-11
CDBasicOperation(CD/MP3CD)...................12
CDAdvancedOperation..........................13
Radiooperation..............................14-15
CDchangerPlayer(Optional)....................16-17
BeforeUse......................................3
TableofContents................................4
DisplayWindow..................................4
Frontpanel/Rearpanel............................5
Installation......................................6
REFERENCE
DetachableFrontPanel............................7
Connectiondiagram..............................8
Specifications..................................18
Connection.....................................9
Display
13
2
Window
456
78
XDSS
11
4
10
1.
DISC indicator
2.
MP3 indicator
3.
STEREO indicator
4.
INTRO SCAN
5.
REPEAT
6.
SHUFFLE
7.
EQUALIZER
8.
XDSS indicator
9.
SIGNAL LEVEL indicator
10.
MAIN DISPLAY SECTION
11.
DISC PLAY indicator
(Only TCH-M550)
(SCAN)
(RPT)
indicator
indicator
(SHF)
indicator
(EQ)
indicator
9
Front Panel/Rear Panel
12
345
17
1.
EJECT
2.
?
?
16
(
)
15
button
14 13
67
89
121110
11.
FORWARD SEARCH
(
button
12.
AS/PS
(auto store/preset scan)
3.
DISPLAY WINDOW
13.
FUNCTION
4.
CD disc slot
14.
BAND button
EQUALIZER
15
?
Preset Station buttons
?
CD PLAY/PAUSE
button
?
INTRO SCAN
7.
MUTE button
?
REPEAT
8.
XDSS button
?
9.
RELEASE
10.
?
CLOCK
?
DISPLAY
5.
6.
(EQ)
button
BACKWARD SEARCH
)
button
(CLK)
button
(
(DISP)
(
)/TUNE-
(TCH-550)
button
)/TUNE+
button
CONTROL UP/DOWN dial
SELECTION(SEL)
181920
(TCH-M550)
(1~6)
(
)
(SCAN)
16.
POWER
17.
?CDSKIP(
button
button
(FUNC)
button
21
?
SEEK
(PWR)
(+/-)
button
)
button
button
18.
ANTENNA JACK
19.
LINE OUT JACK (Optional)
20.
CD CHANGER JACK (Optional)
21.
POWER/ SPEAKER CONNECTOR
button
(RPT) button
SHUFFLE (SHF) button
?
DISC SELECTOR
?
MP3 TRACK -10 /+10
button
( D-/+) button(Optional)
(D-/+)
(Only TCH-M550)
5
Installation
Bend the claws
according
to
the thickness
of the
dashboard
Before
installing,
ignition-switch is
make
sure
that the
set to OFF and
the terminal of the
When
ISO-DIN Installation
Basic Installation
car
battery
remove
to avoid
a
Slide radio into ISO-DIN frame.
b
Install
a
b
Make the necessary connections.
c
Install the installation sleeve.
d
Install the unit in to the installation sleeve.
existing
receiver unit.
c
If you need to remove the unit from the
installation sleeve, proceed as follows.
removed from old
a
b
c
Slide radio and frame into dash
opening.
d
e
Install dash
Install trim
trim
ring
panel
ring
or
adapter plate.
to radio. The notch
must be
positioned
Removing existing
If there is
already
an
installation sleeve
for the receiver unit in the
must be removed.
6
dashboard, it
f
Install
into
on
at the
faceplate by fitting right edge
position then pushing left edge
closed.
Remove the
rear
supporter from the unit.
Remove the front
panel
Insert the lever into hole
of the
bottom.
receiver unit
the unit from the
installation sleeve
radio.
short-circuiting.
Remove the
screws
removing
from the unit.
on one
side
unit,and pull the lever toward
you. Do the same operation on the
other side and pull out the unit from
the installation sleeve.
Detachable Front
panel
a
b
b
c
d
a
Protective Case
Detachable Front
The Front
panel
is
Attachable Front
panel
a Align
to be
designed
removable for antitheft purposes. It is
recommended that you remove and
b push
b
c
d
Hold the
Pull it toward you
Plase the front
protective
panel.
gently.
panel
right
side
or
panel
into the
in the
When
detaching
or
attaching the front
the display or
The control buttons may not work
properly if the front panel is not
attached
supplied
press
Do not
drop
subject
it to
high
the front
panel
strong impact.
properly. If this
the front panel.
occurs,
or
or
otherwise
agents
as
insecticides to
into contact with the surface of
the front
?
in any area
temperatures or direct
panel
Do not allow such volatile
come
do not press
control buttons.
?
to
benzine, thinner,
panel,
)to
panel.
right part
the
?
otes
button(
the front
with
?
?
open the front
panel
Do not leave the front
exposed
sunlight.
unit until clicks.
with the unit for this purpose.
Press the RELEASE
the left side of the
stopper.
carry the front panel with you when leave
your car. A protective case is provided
a
panel
?
Do not
panel.
try
to disassemble the front
panel.
gently
case.
7
Connection
Diagram
1. WHITE
LEFT
:
2. WHITE/BLACK STRIPE
WHITE
3. GRAY
RIGHT: RED
4. GRAY/ BLACK STRIPE
5. GREEN
6. GREEN/ BLACK STRIPE
7. VIOLET
8. VIOLET/ BLACK STRIPE
A
PHONE LINE
B
(ORANGE)
C
GROUND
DIMMER
D
(BLACK)
(PINK)
TO IGNITION
(RED)
IGNITION SWITCH
CD CHANGER
(optional)
DIMMER SWITCH
TO BATTERY
:
BACK UP
(YELLOW)
POWER ANT
(BLUE)
BATTERY
POWER AMPLLIFIER CONTROL
:REMOTE ON
(Optional)
(BLUE/WHITE)
POWER
ANT
s
CONTROL RELAY
8
Connection
the terminal of the control
Precaution
Before
connecting,
switch is set to
ignition
the
make
terminal of the
sure
that
OFF, and
battery
for vehicles
remove
to avoid
in the connection
A
B
C
the
use
as
illustrated
manual
cord of each
PINK
or
semiautomatic antennas.
6
5
4
3
2
1
This lead is for connection to
:
speaker
:
BLACK
D
?
:
This lead is for connection to
This lead is for
amplifier
(Remote on)
ORANGE : This lead is for connection
to the Phone line.
Connect the CD
L
FRONT
changer (optional)
Your
car
receiver works
for
CD
changer
not
of vehicle Colors
?
BLUE/WHITE
This lead is for connection to the
the Ground.
From power amplifier's input
jack ( 2 channel or 4 channel
Optional)
To the wiring
:
to ACC.
?
From antenna
RED
terminal from which the power is
supplied when the ignition switch is set
common.
connection to the power
?
?
diagram.
of leads
?
8s
the Dimmer line
Make correct connections
in
power
Connections
7
otes
Never
a
4-Speaker
This lead is not used for vehicles with
?
?
with
switch
antenna.
short circuits.
?
equipped
relay
a
yet done,
as
which you
later.
The suitable cord shown
on
buy,
can
L
with
provided together
changer.
2-Speaker
if
the
scheme will be
the CD
R
control unit
REAR
Connections
L
R
R
?
YELLOW
:
This lead is for connection
1
to the
which
?
BLUE
FRONT
terminal from
Battery (back-up)
the power is always supplied.
:
2
s
3
4
This lead is for connection to
the full automatic power antenna.
Power antenna load to be connected to
9
Basic
Operation
POWER ON and OFF
?
Press POWER
(PWR)
button
other button to turn the unit
-
?
-
or
any
on.
When you insert the CD in the CD
it is turned on
Press POWER
(PWR)
SELECTION
Each press of the EQ button switches
the unit to the other equalizer mode, as
a
panel is opened,
automatically off.
it is
?
otes
?
When you turn off, the unit is
memorized automatically the volume
level
?
?
currently
before you turn off.
Whenever you turn on the unit, it will
operate at the volume level memorized.
Rock
following
Heavy
b
:
for Hard Rock and
Metal music.
Optimized
XDSS (Extreme
Press the SELECTION
The mode indicator
Pop : Optimized for R&B, Soul and
Country music.
Classic : Optimized for orchestral
music.
Turn left
Press XDSS button to reinforce
bass and surround effect.
treble,
?
MUTE button is
operated
Mute
state on/off.
?
The
releasing
any button is
10
right
or
Turn
VOL
BAS
BAL
as
button
lights
up in the
CONTROL
the sound
adjust
quality
TRB
MUTE FUNCTION
(SEL)
order.
UP/DOWN dial to
Dynamic Sound
System)
Button
treble, balance and fader.
PoptClassictRock
?
(SEL)
repeatedly to select the mode you
want to adjust from volume, bass,
follows.
to turn it off.
When the front
turned
slot,
EQUALIZER (EQ) Button
FAD
Turn left
right
Increase the volume
Decrease the volume
level.
level.
Increase the bass
Decrease the bass
level.
level.
Increase the Treble
Decrease the Treble
level.
level.
Decrease the level of
Decrease the level of
the left
the
speaker(s).
right speaker(s).
Decrease the level of
Decrease the level of
the front
the
speaker(s).
rear
speaker(s).
mode mute state is when
pressed again.
ote
The unit cannot
adjust
treble in the EQ
on
the bass and
mode.
Basic
Operation
CONTROL UP/DOWN DIAL
FUNCTION
a
After you have selected the proper
mode by using the SELECTION
This button
(SEL) button, control the desired
function by turning this dial within 5
seconds. After you finish selecting
(CD
modes, the unit
returns to the initial
mode.
b Operating display
A numeric
turning
is converted
a
by
than 2
button
then 2 seconds.
more
or
"BEEP 2ND" appear
window.
or
Display
Turn left
(SEL)
right
CONTROL
UP/DOWN dial to select the "BEEP
button
(CLK)
momentarily to display the time.
(Press the DISPLAY (DISP) in case
of the TCH-M550 model.)
more
operation.
Press the SELECTION
in the
b
Press the CLOCK
over
RADIO)
"BEEP ALL"
ALL"
once
?
(CLK)
button for
seconds, and clock
indication will be
displayed
for 5
seconds.
Adjust
the clock within 5
to
the hour.
or
"BEEP 2ND" indicator.
BEEP ALL
When any button is
sounds
?
b
y
for
SETTING THE CLOCK
a
to switch
BEEP SOUND FUNCTION
this dial.
Press CLOCK
serves
Button
between CD and RADIO
in all modes:
display
(FUNC)
pressed, beep
BEEP 2ND
When
than
preset(1~6) are pressed
2 seconds, beep sounds
for
more
seconds.
c
?
Press
?
Press
to
adjust
adjust the
minute.
Press the CLOCK
display
returns to
(CLK) button, the
the previous display
after 5 seconds.
11
CD Basic
Operation(CD/MP3 CD)
CD/MP3 CD
Basic
Playback
a
disc with the labeled side up to start playback.
disc is already inserted, press FUNCTION (FUNC) to
Insert
If
a
a
select the CD
operation.
Disc indicator lights up, and
playing time are displayed.
b Adjust
the volume
Switching
to
(FUNC)
elapsed
CONTROL UP/DOWN dial.
source
again
to
resume
CD
stop CD play and switch
play
The disc is either inserted
?
The
?
A disc
to radio
at
beginning
of last track
played.
ejected
when the unit is not
playback starts from the first track on the disc only when
inserting a disc. In other cases (when switching from the radio
operation or turning on th unit), the playback starts from the
beginning of the track being played when the playback has
stopped.
can
be inserted
by putting it into the disc compartment
pushing it lightly with fingers or pressing
Suitable CD:This unit is
Cm(5")
disc
This unit
or
12
or
on.
slot, and either
?
Play
or
to be
operated
on a
12
only.
can
MP3 files
designed
play a CD-R
(TCH-M550).
or
CD-RW that contains audio titles
.
Pause.
elapsed playing
time flash
on
and off.
resume
play,
on
press again.
the disc. Press and hold down until the
start of the desired passage, then release
Reverse
turned
?
CD, firmly depress
The unit automatically switches to radio reception.
Forward
otes
?
disc.
To withdraw the
To
play.
Press
a
button
The track number and
by turning
between audio
Press FUNCTION
the track number and
Eject
playback
on
it.(Only CD)
the disc. Press and hold down until the
start of the desired passage, then release
Skip to the
1seconds).
next track with
a
short press
it.(Only CD)
(for less than
Each extra press skips forward one extra track.
To skip forward rapidly, press and hold down until the
desired track number is
displayed, then release it.
Restart the track currently in play with a short press
(for less than 1seconds).
Each extra press skips backward one extra track.
To skip backward rapidly, press and hold down until
the desired track number is displayed, then release it.
CD Advanced
INTRO SCAN
Operation
MP3 file information
Play
(Only TCH-M550)
Press SCAN
SCAN
during playback.
indicator lights up and the
seconds of all the tracks
on
the disc
file
are
otes
in order.
played
When the desired track is
SCAN
Press twice the DISP button
first 10
found, press
?
If the
tracks
again.
The unit returns to the normal
playback.
?
The
-
repeat play is
on
the disc
repeat play
with the intro
or
not
are
played repeatedly.
cannot be
shuffle
performed
play.
-
The information ID3
If there is
no
Track Number
Playing
The intro
with the
?
scan
play
repeat
or
cannot be
shuffle
performed
play.
After the first 10 seconds of all the
tracks
on
the unit
the disc
are
played
repeats until the intro
in
during playback.
SHF indicator lights up and the tracks
the disc are played randomly.
To cancel the shuffle play, press SHF
again.
on
order,
window.
press the -10(D-)
button to go back to the previous 10th
track, and press +10(D+) button to go
Durning playback,
forward to the next 10th track.
?
otes
?
Press RPT
during playback.
RPT indicator lights up and the currently
selected track is played repeatedly.
To cancel the repeat play, press RPT
again.
display
For your reference
scan
Play
the information of the MP3
(Only TCH-M550)
stopped.
REPEAT
will be shown in
MP3 TRACK -10/+10
Press SHF
Time
otes
?
Play
TAG(Title, Artist,
file, "NO ID3 TAG" indicator will be
shown in the
SHUFFLE
MP3
playback.
Album) of the MP3 file
the display window.
selected, all the
during
?
The shuffle
play cannot be performed
with the intro play. If the repeat play is
selected during the shuffle play, the
shuffle play is canceled.
Auto
Loading
When the disc is
ejected by pressing
during playback, it will be loaded
automatically after 10 seconds unless
you pull out the disc from the unit.
is
During the shuffle play, even If
pressed repeatedly, the track currently
in play is restarted.
13
Radio
Operation
PRESET
FUNCTION
CONTROL UP/DOWN
SELECTION
TUNE(-/+)
SEEK(+/-)
AS/PS
POWER
c
stations
Presetting
Up
BAND
be stored
can
on
F1, F2,
the preset
Press BAND to select the desired
band. If
a
CD is inserted
in the
?
AUTO
Press
Tuning
the SEEK(+/-)
unit,
?
Tuning
the
TUNE(+/-)
than 1seconds.
14
As
buttons for
pressed
displayed.
2 and 3 to
preset other
frequency
be
preset
When
a
F3 have the
presetting function is used
automatically preset up to 6 stations
for each band.
a
Press BAND to select the desired
range, up to 18 station
can
for FM.
station is
station button
same
on
preset
on
the
preset
which another station
band has
already
automatically
erased.
Press and hold AS/PS
(auto store/preset scan)
same
been
preset, the previously preset station is
more
to
b
F1, F2,
of the
MANUAL
The automatic
otes
?
than 1seconds.
than 2
more
band.
button.
buttons for less
for
stations.
preset by
pressing SEEK/TUNE(+/-)
6)
d Repeat steps
?
Tune in the station to be
-
Automatic Store Stations
preset station
preset station button is
press FUNCTION (FUNC) button to
select radio function.
b
(1
of the
seconds. The number of the
station buttons.
a
one
buttons
to 6 stations for each band
F3, MW
Press
more
down for
than 2 seconds.
The
scanning starts from the
currently displayed frequency to
higher frequencies and stops when
stations have been
receivable
scanned
preset
frequencies
once.
or
the
have been
6
Radio
Operation
Listening
otes
?
The
is
?
?
presetting
no
is not
performed
if there
a
station to be tuned in.
When the automatic
is
presetting
performed, the previously preset
stations are automatically erased.
To stop the automatic presetting, press
AS/PS (auto store/preset scan) again
press any of the preset station
buttons (1
6)
or
Seek
to the radio
Press any button
on the unit.
The radio
(except
to turn
is
displayed.
If the unit is in the CD operation,
press FUNCTION (FUNC) to select
the radio operation.
b
frequency
)
The seek function is used to search for
the station
?
?
band.
-
is
To
scan
the preset stations
Press AS/PS
button
Each
(auto store/preset scan)
briefly.
preset station is tuned in for
5 seconds in order.
To
or
stop the scanning, press AS/PS again
any of the preset station buttons
c
F1, F2, F3, MW
displayed.
Press
?
to increase and
TUNE(+)
TUNE(-) to decrease the frequency.
To change the frequency rapidly,
press and hold TUNE(-/+) down
longer.
Press
automatically.
SEEK(+/-)
to start the seek
function.
Press BAND to select the desired
The band indicator
Tuning
Press
SEEK(+) to search for the
higher frequencies and SEEK(-) for the
lower frequencies.
The seeking stops when the nearest
station with good reception is tuned in.
Press SEEK(+/-) repeatedly until
desired station is received.
(1-6).
To tune in the preset stations
Press BAND to select the desired band
and press the desired
buttons (1
6).
preset station
-
The number of the
preset station
button is displayed and the preset
station is received.
15
CD
You
Changer player(Optional)
play CDs with this unit by
connecting the optional compact disc
changer.
Make sure that the disc magazine loaded
can
with the discs is inserted into the
connected
compact disc changer.
a
Press POWER button to turn
b
power of the car stereo.
Slip a CD in the magazine with the
on
the
Basic
To start
play,
display
window.
press the(
)button.
To pause, press it again.
The disc and track number blinks in the
Repeat Play
?
d
To
play
one
RPT button
track
(The
function,
one
of the disc will
played automatically, If
changer is not connected,
?
the CD
the CDC
Press D -/+ button to select the CD.
f
Press
of buttons
(
To
press RPT
button for more than 1.5 seconds (The
RPT indication is displayed).
play
all tracks
repeatedly,
except
The track is scanned
?
16
To cancel the
button
)
button
all discs
randomly,
by spiral
in the
resume
at the desired location.
again.
The shuffle
play
?
?
If the
repeat play is
discs
are
The
not
selected, all the
played repeatedly.
repeat play
with the intro
or
cannot be
shuffle
performed
play.
cannot be
performed
play. If the repeat
during the shuffle play,
scan
is selected
the shuffle
?
again.
repeat play, press SHF
otes
repeat play, press RPT
otes
backward direction.
release the button to
button
play
)to
of music from
being played.
7 Press and hold the(
during playback.
playback
To cancel the
press SHF
button for more than 1.5 seconds
(The SHF indication is displayed).
play
with the intro
the disc
or
?
?
e
forward
To
press
RPT indication is
function is not activated.
select another
?
in the CD
be
one
play one disc randomly, press SHF
button (The SHF indication is displayed).
To
repeatedly,
Press FUNCTION button to activate
the CDC
play
?
displayed).
sticker
upwards.
c Insert the magazine
changer.
Shuffle
Play
play
is canceled.
is
During the shuffle play, even If
pressed repeatedly, the track currently
in play is restarted.
CD
Changer player(Optional)
Intro Scan
CD CHANGER DISPLAY
Press SCAN button to
playing only
scan a
CD
by
the first 10 seconds of each
track.
?
To
disc intro scan, press
SCAN button (The SCAN indication is
play
one
displayed).
?
To
play
track
Track Number
Disc Number
CD CHANGER indicator
?
CDC
?
DSF
:
DISC SHUFFLE
?
DRT
:
DISC REPEAT
?
DSN
:
DISC SCAN
:
CD CHANGER
the first 10 seconds of each
all the discs intro scan, press
SCAN button for more then 1.5
on
seconds
(The
displayed).
SCAN indication is
When the desired track is
SCAN
found, press
again.
The unit returns to the normal
playback.
otes
?
The intro
with the
scan
play
repeat
or
cannot be
shuffle
performed
play.
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Specifications
GENERAL
OutputPower........................50Wx4CH(Max.)
PowerSource............................DC12-15V
Speakerimpedance..............................4Ω
GroundSystem.............................Negative
.188 x 58 x 166 mm(Without Front Panel)
Dimensions(W x H x D)
NetWeight...................................1.3kg
.
.
CD SELECTION
FrequencyResponse.....................40Hz-20kHz
S/NRatio....................................60dB
Distortion.....................................0.5%
ChannelSeparation(1kHz).......................50dB
RADIO SELECTION
FM
FrequencyRange........................87.5-108MHz
S/NRatio....................................55dB
Distortion....................................0.5%
ChannelSeparation............................25dB
AM(MW)
FrequencyRange
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.520-1620or522-1620kHz
S/NRatio....................................45dB
ote
Distortion.....................................1.0%
LW(Optional)
FrequencyRange.........................144-281kHz
S/NRatio....................................45dB
Distortion.....................................1.0%
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?
The
design
and
notice in the
specification are subject to change
course of product improvement.
without
P/NO
:
3834RR0023W
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