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LG TW-869T Owner’s Manual
RADIO
CASSETTE RECORDER
Owner's Manual
MODEL: TW-880T
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating
P/N
:
your set.
3828R-A068B
To reduce the risk of fire
expose this
appliance
or
electric shock, do not
To avoid electrical shock; do not open the
to rain or moisture.
cabinet. Refer
servicing
to
qualified personnel
only.
Shock hazard
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT OPEN
-
CAUTION
Use of controls
or
other than those
adjustments or performance
specified herein may result
of
procedures
in hazardous
radiation exposure.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER(OR BACK)
The power switch of this unit is secondly mounted and does not
disconnect the whole unit from the mains supply in the OFF
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
position.
PERSONNEL.
The
do not open.
graphical symbols marked on the bottom or
mean the following explanation.
back of the set
The
lightning flash with arrowhead
an equilateral triangle is
within
intended to alert the
user
to the
presence of uninsulated
voltage"
within
"dangerous
the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude
to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
The exclamation
alert the
user
to the presence of
important operating and
maintenance (servicing instructions
in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
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Front View
1
2345
67
8
9
10
12
Back View
13
11
16
14
15
19
18
17
1.
SPEAKER (L)
11. DECK B controls
2.
Microphone input socket
12. DECK A controls
3.
VOLUME knob
13. SPEAKER release lever
4.
CD/LINE IN input socket
TUNING control knob
14.
6.
FUNCTION switch
16. RIF/FM
7.
BAND switch
17.
8.
SPEAKER (R)
FM STEREO indicator
18.
5.
9.
Telescopic
antenna
15. SPEAKER
19.
10. UBB switch
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input socket (R/L)
MODE(optional) switch
Battery compartment
Voltage selector (optional)
AC power input socket
Power Source
A
The AC Power cord Connection
Set
(see fig.
A
)
connecting the AC power cord, check
that the operating voltage of your unit is
identical with the voltage of your local power
supplied.
1. Before
2. Connect one end of the AC power
cord(supplied) to the AC IN socket located at
to mains
the backside of your set.
(wall outlet)
B
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.
1
1
Adjusting
2
2
the
voltage(optional)
If your set is equipped with a voltage selector at
the back side, be sure to set it to your local
power supplied before connecting the AC power
cord.
Battery
Set
Installation
(see fig.
B
)
1. Press open the
battery cover.
"D"(R20) batteries into the
compartment making sure the + and
are correctly positioned.
2. Put six
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
time.
2. When the batteries are weak,
batteries with new ones.
3.
C
During the AC power cord
outlet, the batteries
Speaker
Speaker
Set
2.
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connect to the wall
not worn out.
Connection
Attachment
(see fig.
1. Position the
guide ribs
are
replace all the
C
)
speaker guide slots
on
with the
the set.
Gently push the speaker downwards until the
speaker release lever automatically locks the
speaker into place.
Speaker
Set
1.
Lead Connection
(see fig.
D
Sound
)
VOLUME:
Plug the right speaker lead into the "R"
speaker socket located at the backside of
Turn VOLUME clockwise to increase the sound
level,
your set.
2.
Adjustment
Plug the left speaker lead into the
"L".
or
anti-clockwise to decrease it.
Bass
UBB(Ultra
Booster)
Additional bass accentation.
Speaker
Set
1.
Detachment
(see fig.
E
)
Unplug the speaker leads.
2. Press the
speaker release lever and slide the
speaker up.
Radio
Operation
1. Set FUNCTION to RADIO.
2. Set BAND to one which you wish to listen.
D
3. Tune in
a
using TUNING control.
station
4. Set FUNCTION to
TAPE(OFF)
to turn off your
set.
STEREO
or
MONO:
1. Set BAND to FM ST to
listening
to an FM
stereo broadcast. The FM STEREO indicator
will
light.
2. Set BAND to FM when
stereo broadcast.
listening to an FM
Selecting this function will
substantially reduce the noise, however the
stereo effect will be lost.
NOTE:
Adjust the
E
1.
antenna to
get
more
clear
reception.
AM(MW):
The antenna is built within the set and rotate
2
the set for better
1
reception.
2. FM/SW1/SW2:
Pull the telescopic antenna out and adjust the
angle and direction for better reception.
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Cassette
Operation
Auxiliary Equipment
You may connect additional
1. Set FUNCTION to TAPE.
2.
Open
the cassette door
ST/EJ. (Deck A
3. Insert
a
or
5. Press
again
6. Press
by pressing
PLAY
or
)
player
Use RCA phono type connectors when
connecting any additional appliance.
push close the door.
PLAY
PLAY(
playback.
to
PAUSE() to pause. Press PAUSE
play.
to resume
F.FWD(
forward
or
)
or
REW(
)
to fast
rewind the tape.
ST/EJ to stop play.
7. Press
Your cassette deck will
automatically stop
at
the end of the tape.
This function will not be
Additional
operated during
operating the fast forward and rewind.
Auto Reverse
To
change
the
Press DIR
playback
2. The additional
sides of
a
3. Start
cassette are
automatically
at the end of the
a
playing
a
additional
by pressing.
played
to
cassette are
You may record from the microphone onto
cassette placed into cassette deck A.
You may also use your set
along) machine.
1.
Play
2. Insert a cassette into each deck.
3.BesurePLAYMODEofdeckBisin
PLAY( PLAY ) for deck
cassette will begin to play.
a
as a
karaoke
a
3. Start
speaking
TAPE, RADIO
or
(sing
additional
singing into the microphone.
recording, insert the blank
or
cassette into deck A and press
B. The
a
microphone into the MIC socket.
4. If you wish the
position.
4. Press
Plug
2. Start
playing
appliance.
1. Set FUNCTION to TAPE.
REC.
NOTE:
) and PAUSE() for deck A.
After the cassette is finished playing in deck
B, the cassette in deck A is played.
6. Press
appliance.
Karaoke
tape.
continuously.
Continuous
connect to the
to by pressing. Both
played and stops
2. Set PLAY MODE
Both sides of
appliance
CD/LINE IN sockets.
during playback.
1. Set PLAY MODE
Appliance
1. Set FUNCTION to CD/LINE IN.
side:
PLAY MODE:
5. Press
appliances;
etc. so that you may listen or record
the sound using your set.
B)
cassette and
4. Press
CD
PLAY(
1.
Microphone is
2. You can't the
not
supplied.
microphone recording during
dubbing for double speed recording.
ST/EJ to stop play.
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Cassette
Specifications
Operation
NOTE:
1.
RADIO SECTION
Recording levels have been preset at the
factory under optimum conditions and cannot
be
Frequency range(optional)
MW(AM) ...................................515~1650kHz
changed.
FM .....................................87.35~108.25MHz
2. Your set can record onto
Normal;
SW1 ............................................2.2~7.3MHz
CrO2 tapes and metal tapes cannot be used.
Basic
SW2
Recording
6.8~22.5MHz
frequencies
MW(AM)/SW.......................................455kHz
1. Set FUNCTION to one which you wish to
FM ....................................................10.7MHz
record from.
Antenna
2. Insert a blank cassette into deck A.
REC. PLAY(
3. Press
.........................................
Intermediate
MW(AM) ...........................Ferrite bar
FM/SW1/SW2 .................Telescopic
) goes down
antenna
antenna
automatically.
4. Start
playing your RADIO
appliance.
or
CASSETTE SECTION
additional
Recording system ...4 tracks 2 channel stereo
Frequency response ................125~8,000Hz
S/N ratio ............................40/45dB(rec/play)
ST/EJ to finish recording. Your
cassette deck will automatically stop at the
5. Press
end of the tape.
GENERAL
Set RIF to 1, 2 or 3, depending on which
best reduces the noise when AM(MW)
broadcast
one
Speaker .............................................3.2Ω x 2
Output power (T.H.D10%) ................2.5W x 2
AC operation.................Refer to the indicated
voltage on the back of set
Battery operation ............DC 9V, six "D"(R20)
batteries(not supplied)
Power consumption ................................15W
Dimensions(WxHxD)....605 x 249.5 x 211mm
Weight
5.95kg
recording.
Dubbing
Your set
record from
can
another at normal
speed
one
or
cassette to
double
speed.
1. Insert the blank cassette into deck A.
................................................
2. Insert the
pre-recorded
cassette into deck B.
3. Set FUNCTION to NOR for normal
speed
recording or HI-DUBB for double speed
recording.
4. Press
PAUSE() and the
NOTE:
Design and specifications are subject
improvement.
without notice for
REC.
for deck A.
5. Press
PLAY(
) for deck B.
begin to record.
The cassette will
6. To
stop the dubbing, press the
ST/EJ for
decks A and B.
NOTE:
Do not change recording speed during the
dubbing.
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to
change
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