LG | FFH-579MVA | LG FFH-579MVA Owner's manual

ENGLISH
MINI HI-FI AUDIO SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODELS
:
FFH-379A/L/S/AX/AD
FE-379E
FFH-579A/L/S/AX/AD
FE-579E
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating your
unit.
Retain it for future reference.
and
specifications are subject
without notice for improvement.
Designs
to
change
MISE EN GARDE
Cet appareil numerique
CAUTION
de
Reglement
sur
de la classe B respecte toutes les
brouilleur de Canada.
exigences
le materiel
AVERTISSEMENT
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUENE-PAS OUVRIR
ELECTRIC SHOCK
(FOR
DO NOT REMOVE COVER(OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
system Installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines
for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable
ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the
building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
with arrowhead symbol, within an
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the
enclosure that may be of sufficient
to constitute a risk of electric shock to
NOTE:
product's
magnitude
The interference
persons.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel only.
following
CAUTION
-
adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
or
-
-
radiation exposure.
-
placed
measures:
Reorients
Consult the dealer
or an
experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED
KINGDOM)
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
(FOR
THE CUSTOMERS IN
If this
product
EUROPE)
CE-symbol,
EMC regulation 89/336/EEC.
is marked with the
is conformed to
Laser component in this product is
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
appliance is supplied with a BS1363 approved 3 amp fused mains
plug. 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
This
it means which
capable
"
of
emitting
ELECTRONICS U.K.LT D".
If the mains sockets in your home differ, or are not suitable for the type
of plug supplied, then the plug should be removed and a suitable type
fitted. Please refer to the wiring instructions below:
CAUTION:
Warning
:
BEAM.
The mains
VARNING:
destroyed.
mains
plug severed from the mains lead of this appliance must be
plug with bared wires is hazardous if engaged in a
output line socket.
A mains
IMPORTANT
ATTENTION:
This label is located
on
LASER PRODUCT
LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT LASER
CUSTOMERS IN
This Compact Disc player
is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER product.
The CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT label is located
on the exterior.
CANADA)
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC
(POLARIZED) PLUG
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following codes:
:
Blue
Neutral
:
Brown
Live
As the colour of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
If a 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
distribution board.
the interior.
CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS
CORD, RECEPTACLE,
WITH AN EXTENSION
OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY
INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Warning
with the earth
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
SHOCK HAZARD
-
un
electriques, n'utilisez pas cette fiche (polarisee)
receptacle ou une autre prise si vous ne pouvez
pas y inserer les broches a fond.
or
pin, marked
coloured green
or
with the letter E
green and
or
yellow.
operating
voltage of the unit is identical with the voltage of your local power
if
unit
with
And
is
the
Selector
on the
supply.
your
equipped
Voltage
back of the unit, set to it your required voltage.
MISE EN GARDE:
rallonge,
symbol
A note about your operating voltage
Before connecting the unit to an AC outlet, check that the
DO NOT OPEN
Pour eviter les chocs
:
Do not connect either wire to the earth
WARNING:
avec une
relocate the
receiving antenna.
separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
or
Increase the
(FOR
the apparatus.
(FOR
to the device.
which the receiver is connected.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing
and that no objects filled with liguids, such as vases, shall be
on
potential
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used properly, that is in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and
television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with
the limits for 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
a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user in
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
Use of controls
AMERICA)
Note to CATV
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Explanation Graphical Symbols:
The lightning flash
equilateral triangle
CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF
2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES
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CAUTION:
Read all of these instructions.
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Save these instructions for later
Follow all
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the audio
?
warnings and
equipment.
Read instructions
-
use.
instructions marked
on
All the
and
safety
installation such
operating
product is
-
The
safety
and
?
operating
instructions should be retained for future
reference.
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Heed
in the
?
Warnings
operating
-
All
warnings
the
on
and
product
instructions should be followed.
Follow instructions
-
All
operating
and
use
instructions should be followed.
?
?
-
Attachments
-
recommended
they
?
may
Do not
by
cause
the
use
?
Water and Moisture
manufacturer
use
as
this
product
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
or laundry tub; in a wet basement;
swimming pool;
near a
Do not
this
?
mounting
accessory recommended
by
Protective Attachment
device. If
sure
on an
?
is
overload
a
and cart
3
as
the
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
-
antenna or cable
the
Quick stops, excessive force, and
product
product
plug having
replacement play specified by
same overload protection
original plug.
and cart combination should be moved
surfaces may cause the
combination to overturn.
The
that has the
to the
line surges.
care.
-
the service technician has used
A
uneven
Plug
attachment
an
a safety feature. See Instruction
replacement or resetting or protective
replacement of the plug is required, be
damage
product
supply cords
not likely to be
placed upon or
are
This is
manufacturer.
with
Power
the manufacturer
follow the manufacturer's instructions and should
use a
-
that
Manual for
or
place
product
unstable cart, stand, 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
-
so
on or
equipped
protection.
near
kitchen sink,
Accessories
-
Power-Cord Protection
with
water-for
?
built-in
a
rack unless
they
pinched by items
against them, paying particular attention to cords
at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the product.
?
Do not
or
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
walked
hazards.
-
Power Sources
should be routed
attachments not
product
bookcase
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
as a
proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer's instructions have been followed.
operated.
Retain instructions
-
rug, or other similar surface.
This product should not be placed in
instructions should be read before the
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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,
Ventilation
system. This will prevent
product
due to
lightning
and power-
?
Outdoor Antenna
Grounding
-
If
outside antenna
an
power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
liquid has been 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
cable system is connected to the product, be sure the
antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide
some
static
?
protection against voltage
charges.
surges and
built-up
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70 provides 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 system, extreme
taken not to touch such power lines
contact with them might be fatal.
?
?
?
should be
circuits
as
result in
and
a
risk of fire
or
-
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
any way.
When the
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
?
If
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
When the
-
?
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.
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Heat
-
The
sources
other
heat.
-
4
product
such
as
should be situated away from heat
radiators, heat registers, stoves,
products (including amplifiers)
that
produce
or
OPERATING ELEMENTS
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
32
31
1
30
2
29
3
28
27
4
26
56
25
33
7
24
8
23
34
22
910
11
21
12
13
20
19
35
14
18
15
16
17
37
FRONT VIEW
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21. DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons
(DISC1, DISC2,
DISC3)
PRESET DOWN / BACKWARD PLAY
(OPTIONAL) button (PRESET DOWN /
)
MDSS button
TUNING DOWN(TUNER: OPTIONAL), TAPE
REWIND, TRACK BACKWARD,
SKIP/SEARCH(CD) button(
36
22. DISC SKIP button
23. TAPE
STOP, CD STOP / CLEAR button
/CLEAR)
MIC jacks (MIC1
(
24.
/
MIC2): OPTIONAL
25. CD OPEN / CLOSE button
)
26. MIC VOLUME: OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
POWER button
TIMER button
CLOCK button
RECORD / RECORD PAUSE button( REC/ )
FM MODE / RIF button
COUNTER RESET button
PLAY MODE button (OPTIONAL)
NORMAL DUBBING / CD SYNCHRO
RECORDING button
HEADPHONE socket (PHONES)
HI-SPEED DUBBING button
TAPE DECK 1 EJECT position (
PUSH EJECT)
FUNCTION SELECT button [FM, MW(AM),
LW/SW (OPTIONAL), CD, TAPE 1/2, AUX]
EQ. PATTERN button
VOLUME knob
DIMMER / POWER SAVING button(OPTIONAL)
TAPE DECK 2 EJECT POSITION (
PUSH EJECT)
JOG DIAL(OPTIONAL)
MANUAL TUNING DOWN/UP (TUNER)
ADJUST DOWN/UP (CLOCK/TIMER)
SKIP DOWN/UP (CD TRACK)
27. PROGRAM / MEMORY button
28. TUNING UP
(TUNER: OPTIONAL),
TAPE FAST
FORWARD, TRACK FORWARD, SKIP/SEARCH
(CD)
button
(
)
29. CD DOOR
30. CD PAUSE / SET indicator
31. CD PAUSE /
SET(CLOCK / TIMER) / COUNTER
(TAPE) button (CD II / SET / COUNTER
RESET) / RDS (TUNER) : OPTIONAL
PRESET UP(TUNER) / FORWARD PLAY(TAPE)
/ CD PLAY button (PRESET UP /
)
RESET
32.
REAR VIEW
33. ANTENNA
(AERIAL)
34. AUXILIARY / PHONO
terminal
(OPTIONAL)
INPUT sockets
35. SPEAKER terminal
36. VOLTAGE SELECTOR
37. POWER CORD
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5
(OPTIONAL)
FUNCTION DISPLAY
16
9
8
DISC entered indicator
1.
LEVEL indicator
9.
2.
CD REPEAT indicator
10. R.I.F. indicator
3.
FUNCTION, VOLUME LEVEL, CLOCK,
11.
FREQUENCY, TAPE COUNTER, CD PLAYING
12. MUTE indicator
AUTO TUNE RECEIVING indicator
TIME, MDSS, EQ PATTERN display
13. TAPE DIRECTION indicator
4.
LEVEL indicator
14. PLAY MODE
5.
FM STEREO RECEIVING indicator
6.
FM MONO indicator
15. RECORD / RECORD PAUSE indicator
7.
RDS indicator
16. TIMER indicator
8.
DISC NO. indicator
(Use only
(OPTIONAL)
indicator(OPTIONAL)
deck)
auto reverse
REMOTE CONTROL
1
7
8
9
23
4
5
10
1.
POWER button
2.
TUNER / BAND button
3.
AUX button
4.
EQ PATTERN button
5.
PRESET DOWN/UP
6.
CD FUNCTIONS
11
?
?
6
?
?
?
12
)
button
DISC SKIP
(D.SKIP) button
(
) button
STOP/CLEAR ( ) button
SKIP / SEARCH (
PLAY/PAUSE
)buttons.
REPEAT button
7.
MDSS button
8.
SLEEP button
9.
MUTE button
10. VOLUME CONTROL
11.
(
(
)
buttons
PROGRAM / MEMORY button
12. TAPE FUNCTIONS
?TAPE1/TAPE2button
?
?
?
?
?
6
RECORD / RECORD PAUSE
BACKWARD PLAY button
FORWARD PLAY button
STOP
button(
(
(
button( /II)
) : OPTIONAL
)
)
REWIND / FAST FORWARD button
(
)
REMOTE CONTROL
Control
Range
The remote control device is
designed
for the range
shown in the illustration.
NOTE
Strong light
or
obstacles between the remote control
device and the stereo system may interfere with the
functioning of the remote control.
Approx.7m
Notes
on
Batteries
Your remote control
Use two
comes
with batteries.
"AAA(UM-4. IEC R03)" type high quality
batteries.
When the remote control fails to operate accurately
at maximum distance from the unit. Replace the
POWER
MDSS
AUX
PRESET
SLEEP
TUNER/BAND
MUTE
MUTE
EQ
PATT.
PROGRAM
SLEEP
MDSS
VOLUME
POWER
EQPATT.
AUX
TUNER/BAND PROGRAMVOLUME
worn
out batteries with new ones.
Install two "AAA" type batteries, observing correct
battery polarity( and ). Reversed battery polarity
might damage
Do not
an
old
use
one
When you
time,
the unit.
different types of batteries
with new one.
are
remove
together,
or
to use the unit for a
not
going
the
batteries to prevent
long
possible
electrolyte leakage.
CONNECTIONS
Connection the AUX
or
PHONO
Sockets
Two
phono
sockets marked 'AUX'
are
connecting other
a record player with a pre amplifier,
tape recorders.)
rear
of the unit for
provided on the
(for example,
units
video recorders
or
But if your system has the 'PHONO R/L' sockets, you
play by connecting a external record player.
can
Connecting
the Loud
Insert the red wire of the
red terminal
marked(+)
right/left
Speakers
hand
speaker
Insert the black wire into the black terminal
7
into the
at the rear of the unit.
marked(-).
CONNECTIONS
Antenna(aerial) Connection
For the models for other countries
For the
European
and U.K. model
IMPORTANT
figure (1), (3).
figure (2), (4).
FM Antenna
(aerial) Connection
signals are very weak, no external
antenna is necessary, simply connect the supplied
FM indoor antenna (aerial) wire to the terminal
Unless radio
marked FM
8
on
the back of the unit
CLOCK SETTING
Example
1.
Set to 9:25 in the
:
Press the CLOCK button.
(If
morning
the clock is
already
set, press and hold the CLOCK button for
than 1.5 seconds)
-
2.
The hours
begin
3.
Press the CDII/SET button.
6.
Set the minutes with RESET UP/DOWN
more
to blink.
Select
a 24 hour cycle or 12 hour cycle by
pressing the PRESET UP/DOWN button(FFH379) or turning the JOG DIAL(FFH-579).
(24HR)
5.
or
button(FFH-379)
JOG
DIAL(FFH-579).
(12HR)
Press the CDII/SET button.
7.
Press the CDII/SET button.
The clock starts
4.
or
operating.
Set the hour with PRESET UP/DOWN button
(FFH-379)
or
JOG
DIAL(FFH-579).
Information
on
AM 12:00
=
midnight
the time
PM 12:00
=
noon
NOTE:
When
a power interruption has occurred for
than 10 seconds.
The clock
display.
9
setting
is erased, and
"-- : --"
will flash
more
on
the
BEFORE OPERATING
Volume
Dimmer function
Adjustment
Turn VOLUME clockwise to increase the sound level,
or
This function will be darken the
counterclockwise to decrease it.
If you turn the volume up
more
display by
half in
power-on status, if you press the DIMMER button
than the maximum
once,
only
display will be darken, and if you
again the LEDs of the FUNCTION
the
level, the volume level flashes in the display.
press it
(Or press VOLUME
control.)
SELECT button will go out. To cancel it press the
button again.
Sound
MDSS
button
or
on
the remote
Quality Adjustment
Sound
(Multi Dynamic
System)
Press the MDSS button to reinforce treble
bass
(UBB
Ultra Bass
:
The MDSS indicator
Booster),
lights up.
(Hi-Tone),
and surround effect.
To cancel it press the MDSS button
again.
To activate stereo sound
You
choose between 4 fixed sound modes
can
select
desired sound mode
a
by using
:
the EQ
PATTERN button.
Press the EQ PATTERN button
once
to see the
current sound mode scrolled on the
display.
Press the EQ PATTERN button repeatedly, until
desired sound mode is scrolled on the display.
FLAT
: linear frequency response
ROCK
: more
POP
:
less bass, less treble
CLASSIC
:
for orchestral music
bass,
more
the
treble
For
personal listening
headphone to headphone socket.
sound comes from the speakers.
Connect
No
MUTE
button(on
remote
Press this button to mute your unit.
You can mute your unit in order, for
answer
the
The
indicator appears
example,
to
telephone.
on
MODE/RIF(Radio
Filter) button
To switch from
versa.
control)
mono
the
display.
Interference
to stereo
reception
and vice
If the power of transmission is too weak to
receive stereo FM without interference, switch the
STEREO off.
When
a
MW(AM),
or
LW
broadcasting
is
being
recorded, the R.I.F.(BEAT-SWITCH) button
used to reduce unwanted "beat"
which
were
not heard before
signals
recording.
can
be
and noise,
10
once
RADIO RECEPTION
in
Tuning
(3) Select
Automatically
2. Turn the FUNCTION SELECT button
Press the PROG./MEMO button
(4)
the channel number stops
3. IN CASE OF FFH-379
Press the TUNING
in
a
more
station
DOWN/UP(
4. To recall
presets.
Press and hold the PRESET DOWN / UP button
automatically.
until the desired preset number appears
IN CASE OF FFH-579
DOWN/UP(
button. The unit tunes in
a
station
Tuning
1. Turn on the power.
RDS
Data
on
System)
FM
is
a
system gradually being
in many countries, where
by
an
inaudible stream of data is transmitted in addition to the
DOWN/UP(
repeatedly until
)
or
normal
the desired
radio
information
station appears.
IN CASE OF FFH-579
signal. This
including station /
traffic information and
the radio station
Turn the JOG DIAL to the left hand
repeatedly
(Radio
introduced
Press the TUNING
side
System) Reception
What is RDS?
repeatedly
until the desired band appears.
3. IN CASE OF FFH-379
briefly
Data
(Radio
(OPTIONAL)
Manually
and
press it
automatically.
2. Turn the FUNCTION SELECT button
button
or
repeatedly.
)
or
RDS
in
before
again
flashing.
)
or
than 0.5 seconds. The unit tunes
Press the TUNING
by pressing
preset number flashes.
repeatedly
until the desired band appears.
button for
desired channel number
a
the PRESET DOWN / UP button, while the
1. Turn on the power.
or
right
a
data
contains
various
transmitter identification,
list of alternative
frequencies for
received.
being
hand
until the desired station appears.
Reception
of RDS Stations
1. Turn the FUNCTION SELECTOR to select FM.
Storing
Stations
2. Select a desired
1. To clear any program
stored in any
previously
DOWN/UP(
optional)
memory.
(1)
Press the PROG./MEMO button for
1.5 seconds in TUNER mode
in the
flashing
(2)
more
than
display
display.
(2) Select
a
wave
(3)
?
band.
desired
DOWN/UP
DIAL:
(
optional)
station
with
)
or
the TUNING
button
(or JOG
To recall the
Press the PROG./MEMO button and preset
Press the PROG./MEMO button
(5) Repeat step (1)
flashing.
(4) to
to
again
while
memorize up to 30
stations.
memorize in
only available for FM reception.
(PROGRAM SERVICE) NAME is
displayed automatically when a RDS station
frequency
Press the RDS button.
preset number is
3. To
RDS is
The PS
received.
number flashes.
(4)
(PS)
Notes:
Turn the FUNCTION SELECT button to select
desired
name
STOP button while CLEAR is
in the
?
a
shows the program service
after RDS indicator appears.
2. To memorize the stations in order
(1)
by using the TUNING
) button (or JOG DIAL:
3. When the RDS transmission is received, the
that CLEAR is
display.
Press the
flashing
so
station
selecting
or
adding
channel
number.
(1) Select a desired station.
(2) Press the PROG./MEMO
button.
11
is
CD PLAYING
To
play
Press
one
one
disc
buttons to start
To
only
of the DISC DIRECT
remove
PLAY(DISC 1,2,3)
play.
discs
Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc
compartment. You can remove two discs. To remove
on the back tray, press the DISC SKIP
button to rotate the disc tray.
the disc
Basic
Operation
1. Select the CD FUNCTION
by turning
FUNCTION SELECTOR.
Two discs
2. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the
disc compartment.
disc is
3. Load disc
play.
Playing
on
The disc
tray 3.
an
8cm(3 in.) disc, put
placed
replace
with other discs.
the left side tray will be
on
played
it onto the inner
NOTES
Do not tilt the unit with discs loaded. This may
the discs. Usage under these
dislodge
compartment.
5. Press the PLAY
conditions may
on remote
( ) (or
control) button to start play.
Play begins with the disc on the left hand side tray
before closing the disc compartment. All the discs
are played once only.
Do not
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.
affected television
Searching
stop play
in
STOP button.
To pause
Press the CDII/SET
skip discs
During play or
(or
press it
compact disc
one
image
of
a
on one
nearby
a
or
for
radio.
a
Particular Point
Track
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
remote
control)
again.
To search back:
To
Keep
in the
than
You
button.
play,
more
the discs.
television is distorted, or if static is heard from a
nearby radio, move this unit further away from the
During playback
Press the
place
damage
disc tray at the same time.
If, during CD play, the video
A
resume
applicable during programmed
disc compartment.
4. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
To
remaining
3. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
circle of the tray.
To
while the other
next.
NOTICE
disc
is not
2. Remove the discs and
press the DISC SKIP
button to rotate the trays. Place the next disc
To load
changed
disc compartment.
Playing three discs
After placing two discs,
on
be
During Play
1. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the
1 and 2.
trays
can
played.
operation
This
with the label side up.
one or two discs
(s)
Place discs
Discs
Changing
the
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
on
stopped. Press the PLAY ( ) (or
remote control) button to play the next disc. Play
begins and all the discs are played once.
remains
12
point.
button
CD PLAYING
Beginning of
to the
Skipping
a
Track
Programmed Play
You
can
locate the
To
return
the
to
of any track
beginning
of the
beginning
on a
disc.
current
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
or
track
previous
mode.
Press the
button
once
to return to the
beginning
2. Press one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons or
of the current track
Press the
backward
To
one
by
repeatedly
to
skip
tracks
3. Press the
button
by
repeatedly
to
skip track(s)
in the
only
Repeat steps
button to start
the remote
play
"
Press the REPEAT button to
the
and press
button to start
To clear the
play
one
disc
?
repeatedly
Press the REPEAT button twice to
and press PLAY/PAUSE
start
To
"
display
: on unit)
".
play
?
all tracks
Press the
on
REPEAT
all discs
button to start
button three times to
display
( : on
To cancel
"
(3)
To
".
so
that
"
"
in the
display
during stop
and
Press the CD OPEN / CLOSE button.
or
button.
Press the PROG. / MEMO. button.
change
the
programmed
tracks
(2)
or
display
the
button.
Press the PROG. / MEMO. button.
NOTICE
play during playback.
?
The DISC SKIP button does not operate
programmed play.
NOTICE
During the programmed play, you can play
repeatedly one track (
) or all discs (
the
of
an
entire disc, if you
During
repeat play
select the programmed play, it is changed to
repeat play of all discs.
contents
then press the
STOP button.
Turn off the power.
SKIP button and
During playback
also operate the repeat
a
changed program number.
Select the desired track on the disc with DISC
(3)
can
in
Press the PROG. / MEMO. button to
goes out.
You
pressed
(1)
repeat play
Press the REPEAT button
programmed
Press the PROG. / MEMO. button
SKIP button and
"or"
contents
00 appears in the track number.
the desired track on the disc with DISC
repeat only selected tracks
the desired tracks, and press the REPEAT
display
programmed
(2) Select
play.
Program
button to
control)
To add tracks to the programme
(1) Press the PROG. / MEMO. button to search until
repeatedly
", and press the PLAY/PAUSE
unit)
?
button to
play.
"
To
(
remote
the stop mode, a disc number, a track number, and
program number will be displayed.
"
play.
To
: on
Each time the PROG. / MEMO. button is
track
repeatedly
display
PLAY/PAUSE
( : on unit )
one
(
play.
control)
To check the
To
2 to 4.
6. Press the PLAY
Repeat Play
with
display.
4. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button.
one.
5.
(Operating
button to select the
To select the 6th track, press the
or
button repeatedly until track number "6" is displayed
Press the
one
disc.
a
or
track.
one.
tracks
skip
forward
DISC SKIP button to select
button
).
13
during
AUXILIARY FUNCTION
1. Switch on the
auxiliary
connected to the
rear
device i.e. TV
mounted AUX
NOTE:
VCR,
or
(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 tapes.
only
Unit
plays
reverse
and stops
1. To set the cassette function:
Switch the unit
(If
necessary press the button
other
again
Endless
loop
to select the
(or 2) or both by pushing the
PUSH EJECT position. Insert one or two
deck
cassettes with the
tape side
or
facing
4.
the front
DECK 1
-
DECK 2
-
Auto stop
Auto
of non-autoreverse
(Front
side
2.
5. Fast forward
or
rewind
6. To end
Option
reverse
(auto stop)
or on
deck 1
:
STOP button.
The unit stops
play
automatically
at the end of the
tape.
between deck 1
performed.
Tape Counter
DECK 1
Reset
Press the COUNTER button while tape
Front side
the remote
to rewind.
deck 2.
In this case, the continuous
and 2 cannot be
One side
playback
Press the
of non-autoreverse
DECK 2
:
the unit
played
and how often with the PLAY MODE button.
case
on
control for fast forward and
Select which side of the cassette is to be
and auto
play only)
only (Non-autoreverse)
reverse
reverse :
1st
deck 1
Playback:
playback with PLAY button
(front side) or
The
(reverse side).
(reverse side) PLAY
button is not operated in the non-autoreverse deck.
Press button
3. Auto
(auto stop)
Start
NOTE:
(b)
tape.
but six times
Option
case
and 2.
to the bottom and the
cassette side that you wish to hear
in cassette deck 1
2nd
In
cassette deck 1
Open
(a)
Like
in succession in deck 2.
2)
In
:
deck.)
2. To insert cassettes:
1)
automatically
at the end of the
and press the TAPE 1/2 button.
on
the front and
side in deck 2
play only.
or
stop.
During play or fast forward, the tape counter increases
during rewind, the tape counter decreases.
(Auto Reverse)
:
playing
Unit
and
plays
reverse
the front
or
side in deck 2
and stops
automatically
at the end of the
tape.
14
RECORDING
Recording from a CD, Radio
Connected Equipment
CD
or
The CD
Wind up the tape to the
Use
only
can
synchro recording function dubs a complete
programmed titles automatically into a
CD and
Preparation
You
Synchro Recording
point recording
cassette.
starts.
normal tapes.
record from cassette deck 2
1. To select the function
Switch the unit
on
1. Select the CD function.
only.
2.
:
the CD compartment with the CD OPEN /
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
(OPTIONAL)
play mode with PLAY MODE button,
wish to record one cassette side only and
4. Auto
Select the
if you
(OPTIONAL)
Select the PLAY MODE,
if you
record the front side and
for both cassette sides.
or
reverse
only
wish to
for both
or
cassette sides.
4.
Recording
mode
:
REC/
Press the
NOTE:
button.
If the last track has
The REC indicator flashes and holds the cassette
recording
REC/
Press the
again
the
side
button
or
(OPTIONAL).
5. To start
PLAY button
The
or
The
recording
,
.
are
to be recorded
In
(PLAY
and stops
start with the front side
) always
(Use only auto
reverse
automatically
at
Stop
deck
(OPTIONAL)
tape after
deck)
Change
Press the
NOTES
1. If you
:
only
want to record certain
these before the CD
time.
recording
titles, program
synchro recording.
the desired track with the
:
STOP button.
The unit stops
automatically
has
the tape, then
2. If you wish to record from the desired
7. To end the
one
push the PLAY button.
The tape enters into the recording mute mode for 7
seconds then CD player starts playing and recording.
ended.
interrupt recording :
To interrupt the recording for a short period, press
the
REC/
button again.
To continue with the recording, press the
REC/
one more
of Auto
case
If you want to record onto another
6. To
button
recording begins
NOTE:
If both cassette sides
PLAY
:
the end of the CD.
:
MODE
recording
Press the CD SYNC. button.
for
begins.
NOTE
the
:
if you want to record the front side
reverse
is full,
side of the cassette tape.
reverse
5. To start
stopped because the tape
again completely on
the track will be recorded
in pause mode.
3.
at the end of the
tape.
15
track, select
(
) button
before commencing CD synchro recording.
The function change is not possible during
recording.
RECORDING
Recording from Tape
(Dubbing)
to
Tape
3. To
Preparation
Wind up the tape to the
Use
only
point recording
starts.
DUBBING for double
1
The
NOTE
1. Select the TAPE function.
of the tape.
speed dubbing.
automatically.
starts up
dubbing
:
The pause function does not operate
during dubbing.
:
Open
cassette deck 1.
Insert
a
4. To end
dubbing
The unit stops
NOTE
blank cassette in the cassette compartment
and the cassette side that you wish to record to the
a
automatically
at the end of the
tape.
:
You cannot
change
The volume has
front.
:
STOP button.
Press the
recorded cassette and the cassette side
that you wish to dub to the front.
Open cassette deck 2.
Insert
beginning
Press NORMAL DUBBING for normal and HIGH
normal tapes.
Dubbing only functions from cassette deck
(playback) to cassette deck 2 (recording)
2. To insert cassettes
dub(auto dubbing):
Rewind both cassettes to the
no
the
speed
effect
on
of
dubbing
while
dubbing.
the record level.
TIMER
Timer
Setting
(2)
With the TIMER function you can have the radio
reception and recording, CD play, tape play or play
and
from
recording
auxiliary
source
turned
on
1. Check the current time.
mode.
(If
the timer is
more
already set, press
seconds.)
display and each
than 1.5
indicator appears in the
function-TUNER, CD, TAPE, AUX
display
-
(3)
flashes in the
display
(4)
Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the
preset number.
Set the hour to switch
on by pressing the
button(FFH-379) or
DIAL(FFH-579).
PRESET UP/DOWN
turning
window.
(5)
'PLAY' and 'REC' flashes in turn.
(1)
the JOG
Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the
Press the CDII/SET button to confirm
hour to switch
either PLAY and REC.
The minute flashes.
PLAY
REC
:
:
TUNER
TUNER
button(FFHDIAL(FFH-579) to
desired radio station of the
a
selected
in turn.
3. If you want to select the TUNER, press the
CDII/SET button until the TUNER appears in
the
turn the JOG
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.
2. Press the TIMER button to enter the timer
setting
or
select
and off
at the time desired.
the button for
Press the PRESET DOWN/UP
379)
(6)
play only
play and recording
on.
Set the minute to switch on,
by pressing
button(FFH-379) or
DIAL(FFH-579).
the PRESET UP/DOWN
turning
(7)
the JOG
Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the
minute to switch
on.
Now OFF TIME appears and the hour flashes
in the display.
16
TIMER
(8)
the time to switch off in the
Program
3. When the TAPE is selected for
way as the time to turn on.
Set the volume level by pressing the
cassette decks have cassette
same
(9)
PRESET UP/DOWN
turning
the JOG
button(FFH-379)
DIAL(FFH-579).
cassette
case
of power-on
by
if both
2 will be selected first.
operated only
the timer
in the
on.
Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the
(10)
Sleep
selected volume level.
remains in the
setting
(11)
tape in deck
4. The timer-off function will be
or
playback,
tapes in; the
has been
Switch the
display and
perfected.
on
Setting
the remote
only
control)
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
If you select the AUX:
(1)~(11)except steps (2)~(3)
(4)~(11)of
the
want to select the TUNER'.
for about 5 seconds. This
can see
of '3. If you want to select the TUNER'.
If you select the CD or TAPE:
Follow steps
with
When the
and off at the time set.
Follow steps
Timer
(Operating
system off.
The selected function is
switched
the timer
means
that the units turns off
automatically
after
90 minutes.
'3. If you
Each time the button is
explanation
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
"
so
"
sleep function is active press the
briefly. The time remaining until
is displayed for about 5 seconds.
SLEEP button
turns off
so
it
"
NOTE:
If you press the SLEEP button while the
1. When the CD or TAPE is selected for
disc is entered in the disc drawer
cassette
time until the power is
While the
"
NOTES:
no
remaining
turned off.
or
To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button
in the display goes out.
that
2. To check the
also
check the timer, press the TIMER
that
lights up in the display.
To activate
button
pressed you
activating or cancel. You can
setting status.
can
tape is entered in the
playback,
displayed,
if
the SLEEP time is set
sleep
time is
again.
or no
cassette
3. To cancel the
deck, the
sleep
timer mode
stop the function press the SLEEP
button repeatedly until 10 appears, and then press
If you wish to
TUNER function will be
operated.
programmed playback is selected,
the REPEAT ALL DISC(
)will be selected
automatically.
2. When the CD
the SLEEP button
once
again
while 10 is
displayed.
AUTO FUNCTION SELECT SYSTEM
This unit has
an
functions. i.e. If
auto function select
a
1. On the remote control
system for various
function is in
operation(e.g. radio
switch to another(e.g.
reception), and you wish to
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:
TUNER
:
PRESET
CD
:
TAPE
:
PLAY/PAUSE(
) button
FORWARD (
) and REVERSE (
PLAY button (OPTIONAL)
buttons
2. On the unit
CD
:
DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons
(DISC 1, 2, 3)
17
)
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
SECTION
FFH
FFH
379
-
-
579
AMP
Output Power
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
20W+20W
(6Ω, 2ch,
T.H.D
10%)
50W+50W
(6Ω, 2ch,
42~25000Hz
42~25000Hz
80 dB
80 dB
T.H.D
10%)
TUNER
FM
87.5~108MHz
Tuning Range(optional)
or
65~74MHz
87.5~108MHz
& 87.5~108MHz
Intermediate Frequency
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(Mono/Stereo, 98MHz)
Frequency Response
or
65~74MHz
& 87.5~108MHz
10.7 MHz
10.7 MHz
61/58 dB
61/58 dB
60~10000Hz
60~10000Hz
AM(MW)
522~1611 kHz, 530~1720kHz
Tuning Range(optional)
or
Intermediate
Frequency
Frequency Response
522~1611 kHz, 530~1720kHz
530~1610kHz
or
530~1610kHz
450 kHz
450 kHz
100~2000Hz
100~2000Hz
5.8~18.0MHz
5.8~18.0MHz
450 kHz
450 kHz
35 dB
35 dB
SW(OPTIONAL)
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(11MHz)
LW(OPTIONAL)
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(200kHz)
153~281kHz
153~281kHz
450 kHz
450 kHz
28 dB
28 dB
CASSETTE DECK
FF, REW Time(C-60)
120
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
125~8000Hz
125~8000Hz
43
43
120
sec.
dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P)
dB(P/B), 45dB(R/P)
50
50
sec.
dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P)
dB(P/B), 45dB(R/P)
CD
Frequency Response
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
40~18000Hz
40~18000Hz
70 dB
70 dB
GENERAL
Refer to the back
Net
273x326x360mm
273x326x360mm
6.7
7.3
Requirements
Dimensions(WxHxD)
Net Weight
kg
MODEL
SECTION
panel of the
unit.
Power
FE
-
Refer to the back
panel of the
unit.
kg
FE
379E
-
579E
SPEAKER SYSTEM
Bass Reflex 2
Bass Reflex 2
Way 2 Speaker System
6Ω
6Ω
70~20000Hz
60~20000Hz
Sound Pressure Level
87
86
Rated
20W
Input Power
Max. Input Power
Net Dimensions(WxHxD)
Net Weight
*
Way 2 Speaker System
Type
Impedance
Frequency Response
NOTE
:
Designs
and
specifications
are
dB/W(1m)
dB/W(1m)
50W
40W
100W
200x326x184mm
200x326x227mm
2.35kg
3.53kg
subject
to
change
18
without notice for
improvement.
P/NO
:
3828R-A032F
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