LG | LF-U850A | LG LF-U850A Owner’s Manual

HOTPOINT_LF-U850_ENG_148E
MICRO HI-FI SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: LF-U850 (LF-U850A/D/X, LFS-U850)
USB
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating
your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Designs
and
notice for
specifications
improvement.
are
subject
to
change
without
CAUTION
Use of controls
of
RISK OF ELECTRIC
procedures
or
adjustments
other than those
performance
specified here-
or
in may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Laser
component in this product is capable of
emitting
radiation
exceeding
the limit for Class 1.
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
BACK)
COVER(OR
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
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WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
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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
DEL
FARLIG.
Attention:Quand
l'appareil
est
ouvert,
ne
pas s'exposer aux radiations invisibles du
faisceau laser.
This label is located
on
the interior.
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation
point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the
to the presence of
user
important operating and maintenance(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLI-
ANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To avoid electrical
shock,
do not open the cabi-
net, Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
The
apparatus shall not be exposed to dripor splashing and that no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed
on the apparatus.
ping
WARNING
Do not install this
space such
a
equipment
bookcase
or
in
a
confined
similar unit.
This Compact Disc player is classified as
CLASS 1 LASER product.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is
located on the exterior.
CAUTION
concerning
Most
appliances
upon
a
a
the Power Cord
recommend
dedicated circuit;
they
be
placed
That is, a single outlet circuit which powers only
that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page of
this owner's manual to be certain.
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall out-
lets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension
cords, frayed power cords, or damaged or
cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of
these conditions could result in electric shock or
fire. Periodically examine the cord of your
appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of
the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an
exact replacement part by an authorized servicer.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanabuse, such as being twisted, kinked,
ical
pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay
particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the
point where the cord exits the appliance.
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Contents
1Introduction..................4-6
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CDPlayback...................13-14
BasicPlayback................13
PausePlayback................13
StopPlayback.................13
SkippingaTrack...............13
SearchingaTrack..............13
ProgramPlay..................13
Repeat......................14
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NotesonDiscs....................4
Handlingdiscs..................4
Storingdiscs...................4
Cleaningdiscs..................4
Front/RearPanel..................5
RemoteControl....................6
Remote Control
Remote Control
battery installation
Operation Range
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To check MP3 file information
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AboutMP3/WMA..................14
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USBFunction......................15
2Installation.....................7
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SpeakerSystemConnection
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(Aerial) Connections
AuxiliaryDevices...................7
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ShippingtheUnit..................16
CleaningtheUnit..................16
Service.........................16
3Operation...................8-15
Troubleshooting...................17
AudioAdjustment...................8
VolumeAdjustment..............8
HeadphoneSocket...............8
5Reference....................18
Specifications.....................18
MUTE........................8
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SoundQualityAdjustment
(Extreme Dynamic Sound
System).......................8
MP3Optimizer..................8
XTSpro.......................8
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XDSS
DIMMER.......................8
DISPLAYMODE.................8
AutoFunctionSelection..............9
SettingtheClock...................9
UsingtheSleepFunction.............9
Timer...........................10
RDSFunction-OPTIONAL
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AboutRDS....................11
RDSTuning...................11
RDSDisplayOptions............11
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ProgrammeSearch(PTY)
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Presetting the Radio Stations
ListeningtotheRadio..............12
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1.Introduction
To
ensure
this
proper use of this product, please read
manual carefully and retain for
future reference.
on
on
Discs
discs
Do not touch the
Handling
This manual
the operaprovides
tion and maintenance of your CD player. Should
the unit require service, contact an authorized
information
service location
and
Notes
owner 's
(refer
to
on
Chapter 4,
the disc
get
on
by
the
playback side of the disc. Hold
edges so that fingerprints do not
the surface. Never stick paper
or
tape
on
the disc.
Maintenance
Service).
Symbols
Used
Used in this Manual
Indicates hazards
the unit itself
Indicates
features.
or
likely
to
cause
other material
special
notes and
harm to
damage.
operating
Storing discs
After playing, store
the disc in its
case.
Do not
expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of
heat and never leave it in a parked car exposed
to direct
sunlight.
Cleaning 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 center out.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available
cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older
vinyl
4
records.
Front / Rear Panel
Introducin
1
2
CLOCK
3
4
TIMER
FUNC.
TUN.
5
SET/CD
MP3 OPT.
MONO/ST. Z OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
(-)
11
XDSS
TUN.
GND
AM
STOP
XTSpro
6
R
FM
12
(+)
A
15
R
10
EQ
L
L
U
X
SPEAKERS
VOLUME
13
7
8
9
14
1.
CD DOOR
6.
XTSpro
2.
DISPLAY WINDOW
7.
VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
3.
?
POWER
8.
HEADPHONE SOCKET
?
CLOCK button
?
4.
5.
(
)
button
button
TIMER button
9.
SET/CD [] button
10. EQUALIZER PATTERN
?
MP3 OPT. button
11. XDSS button
?
MONO/STEREO
?
Z OPEN/CLOSE button
(MONO/ST.)
button
?
?
button
(AUX)
connector
14. POWER CORD
(FUNC.) button
(FM, AM, CD, AUX, USB)
B)
(EQ)
12. ANTENNA TERMINAL
13. AUXILIARY INPUT
FUNCTION
?
PHONES):
USB connector
?
?PLAY(
(
3.5mm
15. SPEAKER TERMINAL
button
STOP( x ) button
TUN. (-/+) buttons (TUNER)
CD SKIP/SEARCH
(.
bb / BB
>)
buttons
5
Remote Control
Control
16
15
1
DISPLAY MODE
POWER button
DIMMER
DISP.MODE
2
14
USB
3
1.
2.
13
FUNCTION
PRESET
4.
SLEEP button
CLOCK
12
4
TUN.-
6
11
PLAY/PAUSE
( B /[] )
?
CD
button
?
6.
PTY
STOP( x )
CD SKIP/SEARCH
button
bb/BB
(.
>)
7.
XTS pro
10
PTY SEARCH
MP3 info
9
8
8.
REPEAT button
D.SKIP button
RDS
(Radio
Data
RDS button
?
PTY button
?
PTY SEARCH button
:
:
FUNCTION buttons
System)
?
PTY SEARCH
7
RDS
buttons
CD FUNCTION buttons
?
OPTIONAL
)
button
button
D.SKIP
PTY
(
?
TUN.+
5
RDS
/
3.
5.
(DISP.MODE)
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
:
NUMBER buttons
9.
MP3 file information
10.
?
EQUALIZER PATTERN
?
XDSS button
?
XTS pro button
display (MP3 Info)
(EQ PATT.)
button
button
11. PROGRAM/MEMO button
12. CLOCK button
13. VOLUME CONTROL
(
/
)
buttons
14. MUTE button
15. DIMMER button
16.
Remote Control
battery
rear
battery
trol, and insert
AAA AAA
cover on
of the remote
(size AAA)
and
con-
two R03
aligned
Caution: Do not mix old and
alkaline, etc.).
6
FUNCTION button
Point the remote control at the remote
remote
Angle:
new
batteries.
(7 m)
sensor
from the front of the
sensor.
About 30° in each direction of the front of
the remote
types of batteries (standard,
Operation Range
and press the buttons.
Distance: About 23 ft
batteries with
correctly.
Never mix different
USB button
?
Remote Control
installation
Detach the
the
?
sensor.
2.Installation
Speaker System
Connect the
speaker
Connection
Connection
cords to the
speaker
terminal.
otes
?
Be
sure
to match the
cord to the
er
terminal
on
speakappropriate
the
components:
+to+and--to--.Ifthe
cords
reversed, the
are
sound will be distorted and
Red
R
FM
GND
will lack base.
L
?
L
A
U
AM
Do not disassemble the
Instal ion
X
front
R
cover
of
supplied
speaker.
Black
?
Connect the Left/Right
speaker correctly. If it
reversed, the sound may be
distorted.
Left
Right speaker
Antenna
(Aerial)
(Aerial)
Connect the
supplied
Devices
Auxiliary
Connections
Connections
FM/AM antennas for listen-
Connect
via the
to the radio.
ing
speaker
auxiliary
an
device such
as a
TV
or
VCR
mounted AUX sockets and press AUX.
rear
AM(MW) loop
antenna (aerial)
(Supplied)
For
the
AM(MW) reception, connect
loop antenna (aerial) to the
terminal marked AM
R
FM
GND
A
L
L
U
R
FM
FM wire
GND
A
AM
L
X
R
L
U
AM
antenna
X
R
(supplied)
To AUDIO IN
Auxiliary
otes
?
To
antenna away from the unit and other
components.
?
?
Be
Device
prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop
fully extend the FM wire antenna.
After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it
as horizontal as possible.
sure
IN
OUT
VIDEO
AUDIO
(L)
AUDIO
(R)
to
To AUDIO OUT
7
3.Operation
Audio
Audio
Volume
?
Adjustment
XDSS
Adjustment
surround effect. The "XDSS ON"
Turn the VOLUME CONTROL KNOB clockwise
to increase the sound
level,
or
Using
MP3
the remote
CONTROL
(
/
(
)
control, press VOLUME
to increase the sound
level,
or
To
or
"XDSS OFF"
cancel, press XDSS again.
Optimizer
optimizered for compressible MP3
improved the bass sound to make sweet
file. It is
sound.
Each time you press MP3 OPT. the
in the following order.
Socket
Headphone
lights.
System)
This function is
to decrease it.
)
indicator
Sound
treble, bass and the
counterclockwise
to decrease it.
?
(Extreme Dynamic
Press XDSS to reinforce
setting
changes
Connect
a stereo headphone plug ( 3.5mm) into
headphone jack to listen to the sound through
headphones. The speakers are automatically disconnected when you plug in the headphones (not
supplied).
MP3-OPT ON
t
MP3-OPT OFF
the
MUTE
Press MUTE to
temporarily stop
the sound such
when you answer the telephone. The
indicator flashes in the display window.
"
"
as
To cancel
it, press MUTE again.
Sound
Quality Adjustment
You
select
can
EQ button
on
on
a
panel
or
by using
EQ PATT. button
sound mode passes
a
from the
FLAT
t
DRAMA
right,
POP
t
press EQ
t
JAZZ
or
FLAT
by
with the left side
t
→
XTS-PRO OFF
This function is turned the LED
diode)
of front
ROCK
t
by
panel
(Light-emitting
display
off and darken the
half in power-on status
Press DIMMER
diode)
EQ PATT..
CLASSIC
t
XTS-PRO ON
window
the remote control.
When
sound quality of the LG Technology
optimum sound for you to play the
perfect playback of the original sound and to feel
the living sound source.
Each time you press XTS pro the setting changes
in the following order.
unique
creates the
DIMMER
desired sound mode
the front
XTS pro
The
of front
once.
panel
The LED
.
(Light-emitting
is turned off.
If you press it once more, the display window will
be darken by half. To cancel it press the button
...
again.
DISPLAY MODE
Whenever you press DISP.MODE, you can enjoy
the spectrum change with 6 types in the display
window.
8
Auto Function Selection
Selection
?
If you press PLAY/PAUSE ( B / [] ) on the remote
control during radio receiving, CD will be operated
?
Using
Using
automatically.
/
If you press PRESET (
) on the remote
control during CD, radio function will be operated.
Setting
the
When the
matically
elapsed.
Sleep
sleep
timer is
Function
used, the power is
turned off after the
specified
1. To specify the time delay before the power is
turned off, press SLEEP.
In the display window you
for about 5 seconds. This
the Clock
Clock
auto-
time has
system
turns off
see
means
automatically
that the
after 90
minutes.
1.
Press CLOCK.
(If
the clock
CLOCK for
requires setting, press
than 2 seconds.)
and hold
Press SLEEP until the desired time is dis-
played.
more
Note: Each time the button is
2.
Select
a
pressing
panel.
24 hour
cycle
or
12 hour
. bb/BB >
on
cycle by
the front
time interval is reduced
by
the
pressed
10 minutes. i.e.
80...70... etc.
2. To check the remaining time until the power
is turned off, press SLEEP while the sleep
function is active. The time
(12HR)
played
(24HR)
or
remaining
is dis-
for about 5 seconds.
ote
3.
Press SET/CD [] to confirm the selected hour
cycle.
4.
5.
6.
Use. bb / BB >
on
the front
panel
to
If you press SLEEP while the sleep time is
displayed, the SLEEP time is reset.
3. To cancel the sleep timer mode, press the
set the correct hours.
SLEEP button
Press SET/CD []
appears, and then press SLEEP once again
while "SLEEP 10" indicator is displayed.
.
Use. bb / BB >
on
the front
panel
repeatedly
until "SLEEP 10"
to
set the correct minutes.
7.
Press SET/CD [] and the correct time is
shown
8.
on
the
display.
Press CLOCK at any time to
display
the time
for about 5 seconds.
9
T imer
7.
Set the minute to switch
. bb/BB >
With the TIMER function you
reception, CD play and USB
can
play
on
and
8.
Press CLOCK to check the current time.
don't set
clock, timer function doesn't
on.
"OFF TIME" indicator appears for about 0.5
seconds in the display window and then
disappears.
9.
Set the hour to switch off
. bb/BB >
2.
Press
TIMER to enter the timer
10. Press SET/CD []
you want to correct the previous memorized TIMER setting, press and hold the
(If
-
more
than 2 seconds.
The
previous
"
indicator appears in the
"
memorized timer
on
time and
display
11
.
in the
(TUNERtCD tUSB) flashdisplay window in turn. Press
. bb / BB >
4.
"
Select the
previous
number with . bb/BB >
front
panel
or
PRESET
(
/
preset
on
)
on
the front
.
"
15. Switch the system off.
The selected function is
.
switched
-
disappears.
2. When you select the CD or USB function,
"ON TIME" indicator appears for about
-
0.5 seconds in the
then
display
window and
disappears.
To cancel
can
6.
on
. bb / BB >
the front
Press SET/CD [] to confirm the hour to
switch
10
by pressing
panel.
on.
check the timer
TIMER button is
check the timer
so
or
that
To cancel the
so
that
"
"
automatically
and off at the time set.
select the timer set
To activate
Set the hour to switch
on
or
on
Each time the
button
5.
panel.
the
buttons
and press SET/CD []
"ON TIME" indicator appears for about
0.5 seconds in the display window and
then
panel.
appears in the display window and the
timer setting has been completed.
function,
memorized
by pressing
the front
.
. bb/BB >
14. Press SET/CD []
1. When you select the TUNER
on
13. Adjust the volume level by pressing
SET/CD [] when the desired function is
flashing.
to confirm the hour to
Set the minute to switch off
12. Press SET/CD []
Each function
es
by pressing
panel.
the front
switch off.
win-
dow.)
3.
on
setting
mode.
TIMER button
by pressing
panel.
Press SET/CD [] to confirm the minute to
switch
-
(If you
work.)
on
the front
have the radio
turned
off at the time desired.
1.
on
setting
or
"
timer, press the
appears in the
TIMER, press the
disappears
you
also
can
status.
check the
"
pressed
cancel. You
in the
display
TIMER
window.
TIMER button
display
window.
RDS Function
-
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
Programme
A
broadcasts with
About RDS
This unit is
equipped with RDS (Radio
brings a wide range of
which
System),
tion to FM radio. Now in
RDS is
Data
that indicate the
informa-
The
in many countries,
for transmitting station call signs
use
system
information, a description of station
programme type text message about the station
or
or
a
network
specifics
of musical selection and the correct
time.
RDS
Tuning
When
RDS
a
FM station is tuned in and it contains
data, the unit will automatically display the
station's call
sign and the RDS indicator will light
in the Display Window as well as indicators for
the programme type recognition (PTY), Radio
Text (RT), Clock Time (CT) and RDS services
programme (PS) if transmitted by the station.
RDS
Search
Display Options
system is capable of transmitting a
variety of information in addition to the initial
call sign that appears when a station is first
tuned. In normal RDS operation the display will
(PTY)
benefit of RDS is its
major
following
ability to encode
Programme Type (PTY) codes
type of material being broadcast.
list shows the abbreviations used to
indicate each PTY
with
along
an
NEWS
News
AFFAIRS
Current Affairs
INFO
Information
SPORT
Sports
EDUCATE
Educational
DRAMA
Drama
CULTURE
Culture
SCIENCE
Science
VARIED
Varied
POP M
Popular
ROCK M
Rock Music
Music
EASY M
Easy Listening
LIGHT M
Classical Music
Music
CLASSICS
Serious Classical Music
OTHER M
Other Music
WEATHER
Weather Information
FINANCE
Financial
wide
CHILDREN
Children
SOCIAL
Social Affairs
RELIGION
Religious
Broadcasts
Programmes
Programmes
Programmes
s
Programmes
PHONE IN
Phone-In
call letters.
TRAVEL
Travel and
enables you to cycle through the various data
types in the sequence:
LEISURE
Leisure and
JAZZ
Jazz Music
COUNTRY
Country
NATION M
National Music
OLDIES
Oldies Music
FOLK M
Folk Music
PTY
RT
CT
(FREQUENCY
PTY (Programme type recognition)-
?
of the programme
Window.
?
?
RT
PS
The
)
name
type is shown in the Display
recognition)- The name of the
radio text is shown in the Display Window.
CT (Time controlled by the channel)- Enables
(Radio
text
the unit to receive the actual time and show it in
the
?
PS
the
Display Window.
(Programme Service name)- The name of
channel is shown in the Display Window.
required
for the selected mode is not
being
trans-
mitted, the Display Window will show a PTY
NONE, RT NONE, CT NONE, PS NONE
message.
Touring
Hobby
Music
DOCUMENT
Documentary Programmes
TEST
Station Alarm Test
ALARM 1
Emergency
Message
Broadcast Information
You may search for a specific Programme
(PTY) by following these steps.
1.
Press
FUNC.
or
Type
FUNCTION to select FM
mode.
2.
ote
Some RDS stations may not choose to include
some of these additional features. If the data
of
Speech Programme
The RDS
indicate the station name, broadcast network or
Pressing RDS on the remote control
explanation
the PTY.
Press PTY
on
the remote
will show the last PTY in
3.
Press PTY
repeatedly
control, the display
use.
to select
a
desired
PTY.
4. When the PTY is selected, press PTY
SEARCH.
The unit will go into an automatic search
mode. When a station is tuned, the search
will
stop.
11
Presetting
the Radio Stations
Stations
Listening
You
50 stations for FM and AM.
1.
can
Before
preset
that you have turned
down the volume to the minimum.
1.
tuning,
Press FUNC.
on
sure
the front
on
panel
FM)
or
Select
a
frequency
2.
3.
and
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
repeatedly.
the remote
on
preset number will flash in the display window.
Press PRESET
trol to select the
5.
/
(
)
on
the remote
preset number you
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
con-
want.
again.
/
)
Repeat steps
2
on
in
step
Press POWER
2
tuning,
on
(
Press MONO/ST.
pears in the
seconds, "CLEAR
the stations
are
deleted.
For your reference
If all stations have already been
entered, "MEM
FULL" message will appear in the display window for a moment and then a preset number will
flash. To
steps
change
the
preset number, follow the
4-5.
To recall
presets
Press and hold PRESET
control until the desired
or
12
press it
repeatedly.
(
/
)
on
the remote
preset number appears
see
"Tuning
)
in
in automati-
to turn the unit off
so
?
or
select
(CD/MP3, AUX, USB).
noisy
that "STEREO"
disap-
window. There will be
no
effect, but the reception will improve.
again
to restore the stereo
effect.
the
ALL" appears in the display window and then
PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote control again,
control) repeatedly.
left.
display
Press MONO/ST.
To delete all the memorized stations
remote control for about two
con-
by rotating VOLUME
(or pressing VOLUME
another function mode
stereo
on
the remote
preset station
To turn off the radio
stations.
Press and hold PROGRAM/MEMO
on
left.
For automatic
cally"
to 5 to store other
(or 2)
frequency
non-preset radio stations
tuning, see "Tuning in manually"
?
1
)
the remote
on
For your reference
If an FM program is
The station is stored.
6.
FUNCTION
or
For manual
step
?
4.
/
(
to select the
the volume
To listen to
control.
A
Adjust
(
in
?
3.
repeatedly
CONTROL KNOB
stations.
Press
panel
-
-
manually
TUN. (-/+) briefly
the front
you want.
Each time you press the button, the unit
tunes in one preset station at a time.
by pressing
(-/+)
Tuning in automatically
Press TUN. (-/+) for more than 0.5 second.
Scanning stops when the unit tunes in a
-
Press PRESET
trol
buttons.
Tuning
on
the remote control to select the
(AM or FM) you want.
The last received station is tuned in.
you want.
station you want
TUN.
Press FUNC.
on
FUNCTION
or
the remote control to select the
(AM
2.
make
to the Radio
To improve reception
Reposition the supplied
antennas.
CD
CD
Basic
1.
Searching
Playback
After
button
Playback
Press FUNC.
select CD/MP3 function.
If
no
on
Track
and
holding
. bb/BB >
the remote control
then release at the
button to
(or FUNCTION)
a
pressing
during playback,
you want.
point
ote
disc is loaded then "NO DISC" is
This function is not available to
displayed.
2.
Press Z OPEN/ CLOSE and
into the disc
place
the disc
tray.
8cm
an
circle of the
3.
(3 inch) disc, put
it onto the inner
can arrange the order of the tracks on the
discs and create your own program. The program
can contain up to 20 tracks.
2.
Audio CD: "READING" appears in the display
window, and then the total number
of tracks and the
time
playing
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
control
Press Z OPEN/ CLOSE to close the disc
EX)
Program
( B ) on the front panel or PLAY/
( B /[] ) on the remote control
In addition, you can also play an Audio CD or
MP3 CD using the NUMBER buttons.
PAUSE
.
Playback
Press SET/CD []
on
PAUSE
the remote control
panel
or
PLAY/
during play-
back.
again
it to
resume
Repeat
5.
Press PLAY
?
Press the BB > button to go to the next
track.
?
When the . bb button is
a
pressed
track, the player
the start of that track. When it is
is
the remote
PAUSE
1~3.
(B)
on
the front
panel
( B /[] )
or
PLAY/
on the remote control
"PROG." appears in the display window.
.
To check program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote
control
the
on
stop mode.
A Track and program number will be
control
the
on
STOP(x)
on
displayed.
stop mode. And then press CD
the remote control.
To add program contents
1.
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
Track
again, a track
is pressed.
on
To clear program contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMO on the remote
Press STOP(x) on the front panel or CD
STOP(x) on the remote control during
playback.
midway through
display.
number
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
4.
play.
Stop Playback
a
the remote
control.
-
Press this button
Skipping
3.
displayed.
Press PLAY
on
on
stop mode.
Track number
number of files is
( B /[] )
the
"04 P-01" will be shown in the
are
MP3 CD: "READING" appears in the
display window, and then the total
the front
on
Press . bb/BB > to select the track.
displayed.
Pause
MP3 file.
Program Play
1.
tray.
compartment.
4.
a
You
ote
To load
play
skipped
once
repeatedly
Repeat
2~4on above.
on
the remote
the program
until Track Number blinks.
2.
control
on
stop mode
returns to
pressed
each time the button
To
1.
modify program
control to
2.
contents
Press PROGRAM/MEMO
modify.
Repeat
display
on
the remote
program number you want to
2~4on above.
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About MP3/WMA
Repeat
To
play
track
repeatedly
Press REPEAT once during playback.
"REPEAT" appears in the display window.
one
MP3
-
To
play
An MP3 file is audio data
?
repeatedly
Press REPEAT again during playback.
"REPEAT ALL" appears in the display
-
We call files that
"MP3 files".
window.
The unit
?
To cancel
repeat play
Press REPEAT
-
Repeat
during playback.
disappears.
Press REPEAT
-
?
"REPEAT" appears
(One track repeat)
Press REPEAT
-
once
again during
"REPEAT ALL" appears
window.
(All
program
on
program play.
the display
An WMA file is
MP3 Disc
1.
2.
To check MP3 file information
Press the MP3 Info button
during
3.
MP3 file
play-
4.
The information
(Title,
Artist
MP3 file will be shown in the
-
If there is
no
the information of the MP3
5.
play
a
CD-R
or
or
the
with this unit is limited
Sampling Frequency / 8 48kHz
Bit rate / 8 320kbps
CD-R physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3 files using the software
-
-
File
or
can
compatibility
ISO9660 file
contains audio titles
compression
follows:
"Easy-CD Creator",
window.
ote
This unit
Microsoft audio
a
FILE
SYSTEM, for
"Direct-CD" etc., it is impossible to playback
MP3 files. We recommend that you use
file,
"NO ID3 TAG" indicator will be shown in the
display
MP3 file that has not
example
of the
Album)
display window.
or
a
which cannot create
back.
-
an
WMA(Windows Media Audio) offers double
audio compression of the MP3 format.
?
as
repeat)
not read
technology.
during
on
program play.
the display window.
can
file extension.
WMA
?
Program repeat play
?
".mp3"
once more
indicator
compressed by using
layer-3 file-coding scheme.
have the ".mp3" file extension
the MPEG1 audio
all tracks
names
which creates
an
system.
should be named
less and must
using 30 letters
incorporate ".mp3" exten-
sion
CD-RW that
MP3 files.
6.
e.g. "********.MP3".
Even if the total number of files
have
more
than 1000, it will
on
only
the disc
be shown
up to 999.
About MULTI SESSION
-
This function
recognizes the multi session disc
according to a disc of CD-ROM type.
ex) If there are MP3 files in the first session, the
MP3 file in the first session is only played.
If there are only MP3 files in the whole session, all of the MP3 files in the session
are
played.
If there is Audio CD in the first
session, only
the Audio CD in the first session is
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played.
USB
USB Function
FUNC.
TUN.
XDSS
PLAY
(-)
TUN.
STOP
XTSpro
otes
(+)
EQ
?
VOLUME
?
Don't
remove a
while
playing
Don't add
playing
MP3
player
or remove
the USB
the memory card when
a multi card reader.
Numbers of file available
?
Be
?
?
?
to
memory card
by using
?
sure
or
the USB.
save
are
maximum 999 EA.
file in the memory card after
formatting.
No cladding hard disc is supported.
The MP3 player requiring installation of a drive
is not supported.
This unit can play USB device that contains
MP3/WMA files.
?
The MP3 file
name
and ID3 TAG should be
named
?
?
?
Basic
1.
Playback
Plug
Operation
-
the USB device into the USB connector
of your unit.
2.
using English.
This player can not format memory card.
This player can not use USB HUB.
Recommended Memory Card
Compact Flash Card (CFC), Micro Drive (MD),
Smart Media Card (SMC), Memory Stick (MS),
Secure Digital Card (SD), Multi Media Card (MMC),
Memory Stick Pro (MS-Pro)
Compatable with : FAT12,16,32
Only use the memory cards recommended.
-
Press the USB button to enter the USB mode.
"CHECKING" appears in the display window,
and then the total number of files is displayed.
3.
Press PLAY
(B) on the front panel or PLAY/
( B /[] ) on the remote control
addition, you can also play using the NUM-
PAUSE
In
.
BER buttons.
ote
Besides Basic
other
Moving
you want to operate
the CD Playack section.
Playback,If
functions,
see
to other cards
When you use a MP3 player or memory card,
Press D.SKIP on the remote control during
playing
or
stopping.
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4.Maintenance and Service
the
the Unit
Unit
Shipping
Service
The
Use the table
als
original shipping carton and packing materiin handy. For maximum protection,
re-pack the unit as it was originally packed at the
factory if you need to ship it.
problems
can come
Cleaning
Cleaning
Use
the Unit
Unit
soft, dry cloth when cleaning the player. If
a
the surfaces
are
extremely dirty, use a
a mild detergent
lightly
moistened with
Never
use
zine,
or
strong solvents, such
paint
thinner. These
as
soft cloth
solution.
alcohol, ben-
might damage
the
surface of the unit.
Do not
use
volatile
liquids,
such
as
insecticide
spray, near the unit. Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact with the unit for a long
period
face.
16
of time.
They
will leave marks
on
the
sur-
on
before
the next page to solve any
for service.
calling
T roubleshooting
Cause
Symptom
No power.
No sound.
The unit does not
start
playback.
Correction
?
The power cord is disconnected.
?
?
The power of the external
equipment is switched off.
?
source
Plug the power cord into the wall
outlet securely.
Switch
on
the external
?
No disc is inserted.
?
Insert
a
disc.
?
An
?
Insert
a
playable
?
The disc is
unplayable
disc is inserted.
placed upside
source
equipment.
down.
?
disc.
Place the disc with the
playback
side
down.
?
The disc is not
placed
within the
guide.
?
Place the disc
correctly
The remote
?
The disc is
?
The remote control is not
con-
remote
trol does not
work
properly.
dirty.
sensor
pointed
at the
?
There is
Point the remote control at the
?
Operate
?
The batteries in the remote
sensor
of the unit.
the remote control
within about 23 ft
obstacle in the
path
of the
guide.
?
unit.
an
tray
Clean the disc.
remote
The remote control is too far from the
the disc
?
of the unit.
?
on
inside the
(7 m).
?
Remove the obstacle.
?
Replace
remote control and the unit.
control
are
the batteries with
new ones.
exhausted.
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5.Reference
Specifications
[Genral]
Power
supply
Refer to the back
Power
consumption
50W
Net
3.7
Weight
External dimensions
Frequency
[CD]
ratio
70 dB
range
Intermediate
Signal
[Tuner]
AM
(MW)
87.5
74
MHz,
10000 Hz
Tuning Range
522-1620kHzor520-1720kHz
Intermediate
450 kHz
Signal
Frequency
to Noise Ratio
-
34 dB
120
Power
-
2000 Hz
80W+80W
0.5 %
Signal-to-noise
42
ratio
-
20000 Hz
75 dB
Type
Bass Reflex
Impedance
6Ω
Frequency Response
60
Sound Pressure Level
82 dB/W
Rated
80W
Max.
Input
Input
Power
Power
Net Dimensions
Net
18
-
60
Frequency Response
and
65
Frequency Response
Output
Designs
or
60/55 dB
T.H.D
[Speakrs]
108.0 MHz
-
10.7 MHz
Frequency
to Noise Ratio
Frequency Response
[Amp]
mm
18000 Hz
-
70 dB
Tuning Range
FM
of the unit.
kg
187 X 255 X 257
40
response
Signal-to-noise
Dynamic
(WxHxD)
panel
(1m)
162x320x258
(WxHxD)
are
20000 Hz
160 W
4.0
Weight (1EA)
specifications
-
3Way 4Speaker
subject
to
mm
kg
change
without notice.
87.5
-
108.0 MHz
P/NO
:
3834RH0148E
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