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LG LAC-M8410 Owner’s Manual
LGEAP_LAC-M8400/M8410_ENG_16D
Car CD Receiver
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
LAC-M8400
LAC-M8410
Before
connecting, operating
adjusting this product,
booklet carefully and completely.
please
read this instruction
or
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
OPERATION
TableofContents.................................2-3
BasicOperation................................16-18
SafetyPrecautions.................................4
Turningtheuniton...................................16
BeforeUse......................................5-7
Turningtheunitoff...................................16
SymbolusedinthisManual..............................5
Selectingasource....................................16
NotesonDiscs.......................................5
Adjustingthevolume..................................16
Useandcareoftheremotecontrol........................6
Adjustingtheangleofthefrontpanel......................16
Usingtheremotecontrol................................6
Settingtheclock.....................................16
HandlingtheUnit......................................6
SOUNDAdjustment................................17-18
Protectingyourunitfromtheft............................7
?UsingtheEQ(Equalizer)...........................17
Attachingthefrontpanel................................7
?AdjustingtheBalanceandFaderofspeaker
FrontPanel.....................................8-9
RemoteControl...................................10
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?MUTE.........................................18
Usingthehandsfree(LAC-M8400model).
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MENUOperation...............................19-20
InitialSettings.....................................19-20
PREPARATION
?GeneralOperation.................................19
Installation....................................11-12
?SystemMenuOperation..........................19-20
BasicInstallation.....................................11
-SOUND.......................................19
ISO-DINInstallation...................................12
-DISP(DISPLAY).................................20
Connections...................................13-15
ConnectingtoaCar................................13-14
Connecting
to
Optional Equipment (LAC-M8410 model).
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ConnectingtoaAuxiliaryEquipment......................15
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Table of Contents
OPERATION
REFERENCE
RadioOperation................................21-22
Troubleshooting..................................26
Listeningtheradiostations.............................21
Specifications....................................27
Storingandrecallingbroadcastfrequencies.
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AutoSearchMemory..................................22
INTRODUC
Operation with Audio CD, MP3/WMA Disc and
CDchanger...................................23-25
PlayinganAudioCDandMP3/WMADisc
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PlayingaCDchanger(OPTIONAL)....................23-25
?PlaybackSetup...................................23
?MovingtoanotherDisc.............................23
?Pause.........................................23
?MovingtoanotherTrack...........................23
?MovingtoanotherFolder...........................23
?Search.........................................23
?Repeat........................................24
?Random........................................24
?Introscan.......................................24
?CDTEXT/ID3TAG...............................24
NotesonMP3/WMARecordings.........................25
?AboutMP3......................................25
?AboutWMA(WindowMediaAudio)....................25
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Safety
Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the
cover or back of this product. There are no user-serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this product to dripping or splashing water, rain, or
moisture. Do not place objects filled with water such as vases,
on the product.
CAUTION:
This unit
employs
To
proper use of this product, please read this owner's manual
and retain for future reference should the unit require mainte-
a
Laser
System.
ensure
carefully
nance, contact an authorized service location
(see service procedure).
Use of controls, adjustments, or the performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
Caution: Do not install this product in
a book case or similar unit.
a
confined space such
as
Caution: Protect this product from moisture.
Caution: If the battery is disconnected or discharged, the preset
memory will be erased and must be reprogrammed.
Caution: The appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
Caution: Young Children should be supervised to
they do not play with appliance.
4
ensure
that
Before Use
To
ensure
manual
proper
carefully
use
of this
product, please
read this owner's
Handling
lightning flash symbol alerts you to the presence of
dangerous voltage within the product enclosure that may
a
other material
likely
damage.
edges
so
paper
or
that
tape
playback side of the disc. Hold the
fingerprints do not get on the surface.
on
disc
by
the
Never stick
the disc.
to cause harm to the unit itself or
NOTE
special
Discs
risk of electric shock.
Indicates hazards
Indicates
Discs
Do not touch the
The
constitute
on
and retain for future reference.
Used in this Manual
Symbol
Notes
notes and
operating
features.
Storing Discs
After playing, store the disc in its
direct sunlight or sources of heat
car exposed to direct sunlight.
Do not expose the disc to
and never leave it in a parked
case.
TIP
Indicates
tips
and hints for
making
the task easier.
Cleaning Discs
Fingerprints and
dust
on
the disc
and sound distortion. Before
cloth.
Wipe
Do not
poor picture quality
clean the disc with a clean
can cause
playing,
the disc from the center out.
strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older
vinyl
use
records.
5
INTRODUC
Before Use
Use and
Installing
of the remote control
care
the
Using
Point the remote control in the direction of the front
battery
the back of the remote control with
Pull the tray outward on
pencil or ball point pen and insert the
minus
(-) poles pointing
the remote control
battery
with the
a
plus (+)
in the proper direction.
NOTES
?
?
The remote control may not function
Do not store the remote control in
?
This unit is
ground
?
?
?
Remove the
?
Do not
?D
?
?
o
only
one
CR2025 (3V) lithium battery.
battery
if the remote control is not used for
recharge, disassemble, heat
not handle the
Do not store the
In the event of
battery
battery
or
dispose of the battery
with metallic tools.
with metallic materials.
battery leakage, wipe the remote control
completely clean and install a new battery.
6
long.
in fire.
high temperatures
sunlight.
or
sunlight.
the Unit
designed
electrical
to be
operated
system only.
When
replacing the fuse, be sure to
age rating is identical. Use of a fuse
cause serious damage to the unit.
Periodically wipe
a
Use
in direct
properly
Do not let the remote control fall onto the floor, where it may become
jammed under the brake or accelerator pedal.
Handling
?
to
operate.
?
NOTES
panel
the contacts
on
on a
use
with
12 volt DC
negative
the fuse whose amper-
higher
amperage may
the back of the front
cotton swap moistened with alcohol.
panel
with
Before Use
Protecting your
unit from theft
Attaching
The front
the
panel can be detached from the head unit
protective case provided to discourage theft.
1. Press RELEASE
RELEASE
2.
Grip
(
to open the front
and stored in
Align
the
right
the left side
or
the front
side of the
the
panel
panel
panel
with the
stopper, and then push
into the unit until it clicks.
panel.
INTRODUC
)
the left side of the front
panel
and
pull
it
gently
outward.
Take
care
not to
3. Put the front
grip
panel
it
tightly
or
into the
to
drop
it.
protective
case
provided
for safe
keeping.
Protective
Front
case
panel
7
Front Panel
(LAC-M8400 model)
1
56
1
?
?
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
7
8
3
91011
10
PWR/MUTE button
VOLUME KNOB
121314
?
?
11
DISPLAY WINDOW
?
?
Z OPEN/CLOSE button
12
b/B/v/V
(left/right/up/down)
RELEASE
(
)
buttons
?
button
13
REMOTE SENSOR
MICROPHONE
SOURCE
?
?
?
?
button
EQUALIZER/SELECTION
BALANCE (BAL) button
FADER
(FAD)
button
RETURN button
8
?
?
(MIC)
(SRC)
?
(EQ/SEL)
button
15
16
4
17
BAND button
REPEAT
button
(RPT)
PS/AS button
SHUFFLE/INTRO SCAN
(SHF/SCN)
MENU button
RETURN button
DISPLAY
(DISP)
button
ENTER button
14
PHONE
15
TILT button
16
17
)
button
EARPHONE
(
)
PHONE
connector
(
(
)
connector
button
Front Panel
1
(LAC-M8410 model)
2
3
4
INTRODUC
56
1
?
?
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
9
10
9
PWR/MUTE button
VOLUME KNOB
?
?
10
DISPLAY WINDOW
?
?
Z OPEN/CLOSE button
11
b/B/v/V
(left/right/up/down)
RELEASE
(
)
buttons
?
button
12
REMOTE SENSOR
SOURCE
?
?
?
?
(SRC)
FADER
(FAD)
button
RETURN button
?
?
button
EQUALIZER/SELECTION
BALANCE (BAL) button
?
13
(EQ/SEL)
?
?
button
11
12
14
13
15
BAND button
REPEAT
(RPT)
button
PS button
SHUFFLE
(SHF)
button
AS button
INTRO SCAN
(SCN)
button
MENU button
RETURN button
DISPLAY
(DISP)
button
ENTER button
14
TILT button
15
AUX connector
9
Remote Control
1
?
POWER/MUTE
?
(
)
(.m/M>)
Switches the unit ON
-
-
and OFF.
5
-
sound from the
1
2
2
3
a source.
4
-
a
?
Plays
/
of
track.
(up/down)
?
5
?
-
-
SHF
tracks in random order.
ENTER
menu
selection.
MENU/SEL
Enters the
menu.
Enters the audio
settings.
NUMBER
?
6
REPEAT
Plays
BAND
Confirms
the first 10
(RPT)
Plays tracks repeatedly.
?
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SCAN
seconds of all track.
VOLUME(
(#)
/
)
Adusts the volume level.
7
CLOCK
(CLK)
Clock display.
DISPLAY (DISP.)
Changes the display.
CD text display.
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?
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-
10
beginning
Selects three FM and MW
frequency. (1-6)
PLAY/PAUSE (B/X)
Starts playback.
Pauses playback
temporarily.
-
?
a menu.
Stores and recalls
?
4
?
Selects numbered
-
7
Go to next track.
previous
items in
CLK
playback.
0-9 number buttons
?
-
3
forward
current track or go to
SRC
Selects
or
Returns to
speaker.
6
Backward
search
Press to mute the
-
SKIP/SEARCH
(AM)
bands.
Installation
Basic Installation
Bend the claws
Before
and
1.
make
installing,
remove
sure
the terminal of the
Remove the
existing
ignition-switch is set to OFF
battery to avoid short-circuiting.
that the
car
3.
Install the installation sleeve.
4.
Install the unit in to the installation sleeve.
already
the thickness
PREATION
dashboard
Make the necessary connections.
If there is
to
of the
receiver unit.
2.
Removing existing
according
receiver unit
installation sleeve for the receiver unit in the
an
dashboard, it must be removed.
When
removing
the unit from the installation sleeve
A
If you need to remove the unit from the installation sleeve,
proceed as follows.
1.
Remove the
rear
2.
Remove the front
3.
Insert the lever
same
operation
supporter from the unit.
panel
A
on
and trim
into the hole
ring
from the unit.
on one
the other side and
A
side of the unit. Do the
pull
out the unit from the
installation sleeve.
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Installation
ISO-DIN Installation
1.
Slide the unit into ISO-DIN frame.
2.
Install
3.
Slide the unit and frame into dash
4.
Install dash
5.
Install trim
ring
The notch
on
positioned
at the bottom.
6.
Install
screws
removed from old unit.
panel
or
opening.
adapter plate.
to the unit.
trim
ring
must be
faceplate by fitting right edge
pushing left edge closed.
12
into
position
then
Connections
Connecting
Before
to Car
connecting,
make
sure
that
ignition
switch is set to OFF, and
remove
the
terminal of the
battery
to avoid short circuits.
PREATION
A
C
1 GND
B
(BLACK)
2 PHONE
(ORANGE)
3 DIMMER
(PINK)
4 TO IGNITION
DIMMER SWITCH
(RED)
CD CHANGER
(Optional)
IGNITION
SWITCH
5 TO BATTERY.
(YELLOW)
FILTER BOX
15A
6 PWR ANT
(BLUE)
BATTERY
POWER
ANTENNA
1
2
7 REMOTE ON
(BLUE/WHITE STRIPE)
CONTROL
RELAY
POWER AMPLIFIER
(optional)
3
4
5
6
D
1
WHITE
2
WHITE/ BLACK STRIPE
3
GRAY
4
GRAY/ BLACK STRIPE
5
GREEN
6
GREEN/ BLACK STRIPE
7
VIOLET
8
VIOLET/ BLACK STRIPE
7
8
(FL +)
(FL -)
(FR +)
(FR -)
(RL +)
(RL -)
(RR +)
(RR -)
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Connections
to Car
Connecting
Connecting to Optional Equipment (LACM8410 model)
From antenna
To the
wiring
1 BLACK
:
2 ORANGE
3 PINK
4 RED
:
You
of vehicle Colors of leads
VCR
or
other unit connected to the AUX connector.
This lead is for connection to the Ground.
1. Connect a VCR or
This lead is for connection to the
2. Press SRC button to select the AUX.
phone
line.
auxiliary device,
This lead is for connection to the terminal from
:
which the power is supplied when the
switch is set to ACC.
5 YELLOW
:
This lead is for connection to the
(back-up) terminal
always supplied.
ignition
Battery
from which the power is
This lead is for connection to the power antenna.
7 BLUE/WHITE STRIPE : This lead is for connection to the
:
amplifier
Connect the CD
changer
changer
which you can buy, if not yet done, later.
The suitable cord shown on the scheme will be
provided
?
car
together
To AUDIO IN
remote on.
CD
Your
?
receiver works
with the CD
as
control unit for
a
changer.
VCR
Speaker Connections
L
RL
(or Auxiliary Device, etc)
R
IN
1
2
etc to the AUX connector.
This lead is for connection to the Dimmer line
:
6 BLUE
can use
FRONT
REAR
OUT
VIDEO
3
D
4
5
AUDIO
(L)
AUDIO
(R)
6
7
8
14
To AUDIO OUT
Connections
Connecting
-
to
Auxiliary Equipment
Connect the AUDIO OUTPUT connector of this unit to the AUDIO INPUT connector of
Auxiliary Equipment.
PREATION
To AUDIO OUT
To AUDIO OUT
RR
(Rear Right)
RL
(Rear Left)
FR
(Front Right)
FL
(Front Left)
To AUDIO IN
To AUDIO IN
15
Basic
Turning
the unit
Press PWR/MUTE
or
POWER/MUTE
)
(
Operation
Adjusting
on
any other button
on
the front
on
panel
the remote control to turn the unit
the volume
or
on.
Use VOLUME to
Turning
?
the unit off
Press PWR/MUTE
on
Rotate VOLUME KNOB
the front
panel
for
more
than 1 second to
turn the unit off.
?
Press POWER/MUTE
(
)
on
the remote control for
more
than
1.2 second to turn the unit off.
Selecting
Press VOLUME
can
select
a source
Press TILT
Press SRC to select
you want to listen to.
a source.
Press SRC
Tuner
→
model)
repeatedly to switch between
CD
CD Changer (optional)
→
→
the
→
following sources:
AUX (LAC-M8410
Tuner...
the front
panel
(
/
)
on
the remote control to increase
The
the
angle
repeatedly
on
angle of the front panel
Setting
Press CLK
of the front
the front
can
be
CD
CD
Changer
(optional)
AUX
(LAC-M8410 model)
NOTES
?
When you turn off, the unit is memorized automatically the current
volume level before you turn off. Whenever you turn on the unit, it will
at the memorized volume level.
When the front
10-20 seconds.
16
panel
adjusted up
to 3
steps.
the clock
on
the remote control for
more
than 1 second to check
the current clock.
Tuner
operate
or
panel.
If you don't set the clock, set the clock.
?
to increase or
decrease the volume.
Adjusting
a source
on
decrease the volume.
-
You
the sound level.
adjust
panel is opened,
it is closed
automatically after about
(Reference
to page
20.)
Basic
SOUND
Using
The
Adjustment
the EQ
(Equalizer)
lets you adjust the equalization to match
acoustic characteristics as desired.
are seven
stored
the Bass, Middle and Treble
"USER 2" EQ mode.
Adjusting
equalizer
There
equalizer
curves
which you
car
interior
can
easily
2.
list of the
equalizer
?
the "USER 1"
or
OPERATION
"USER 2" EQ mode.
Adjust
on
a
on
1. Press EQ/SEL for more than 1 second on the "USER 1" or
recall at any time.
Here is
Operation
the Bass
by pressing
v/V
on
the front
panel
or
/
the remote control.
curves:
EQ POP
Reproduces
:
the acoustics of
pop music.
?
EQ CLASSIC
:
Reproduces
the acoustics
Bass
of orchestral music.
?
EQ ROCK
:
Reproduces
Middle
the acoustics of
Treble
rock music.
?
?
EQ JAZZ
Reproduces the acoustics of
jazz music.
EQ VOCAL: Reproduces the acoustics of
:
vocal music.
?
?
EQ USER 1
Selects
an
initial
user
mode.
EQ USER 2: Selects
an
initial
user
mode.
1. Press EQ/SEL on the front
2. Press EQ/SEL
repeatedly
panel
:
3. After press B
v/V
on
on
the front
the front
panel
or
4. After press B on the front
v/V
on
the front
panel
or
panel, adjust
/
on
on
by pressing
the remote control.
panel, adjust
/
the Middle
the Treble
by pressing
the remote control.
to select the
to select among
equalizer.
the following
equalizer.
POP →CLASSIC →ROCK
USER 2
→
FLAT
→
(NO display)
JAZZ →VOCAL →USER 1
→
→
POP....
17
Basic
Adjusting
the Balance and Fader of
1. Press EQ/SEL on the front
control for
Operation
more
panel
or
speaker
MENU/SEL
Using
the remote
on
than 1 second.
the hands free
(LAC-M8400 model)
1. Connect the PHONE connector of on the front
earphone
connector of mobile
phone
with the
panel
phone
and to the
cable.
Balance of left and
right speaker
2.
Adjust
the Balance of left and
the front
3.
Adjust
panel
or
. m / M >
the Fader of front and
the front
panel
right speaker by pressing
or
/
on
rear
on
b/B
on
the remote control.
speaker by pressing
v/V
on
the remote control.
Fader of front and
rear
speaker
press PHONE (
) button.
"PHONE-TALK" indicator will be shown in the display window.
2 If you call a
-
MUTE
PHONE-TALK
3. Press the numbers of mobile
MUTE
4. To cancel
1. Press PWR/MUTE
-
[POWER/MUTE (
"MUTE" indicator will be shown in
2. To cancel it press PWR/MUTE
18
phone,
to cut the sound.
)]
the display
window.
[POWER/MUTE (
)] again.
-
it, PHONE (
)
phone
button
"PHONE-TALK" indicator will be
window.
and
please
again.
disappeared
call.
in the
display
MENU
Initial
Settings
By using
System
the menu, you
For details
on
each
make various
can
menu
item,
To go to the next level:
Press B on the front panel
or
see
M >
on
the remote control.
on
the remote control.
(See
the B
or
/
M > to
shows the current
alternate
press the B
/
or
or
on
/
move
A
the front
panel.)
option
then press
SOUND
DISP
XDSS
:ON
BEEP
:
2ND
to the second level. The screen
for the selected item,
as
well
as
XDSS
to select the second desired
move
option
then
to the third level.
Reinforce the bass and create
ON
to select the desired
ENTER to confirm your selection.
setting then press
Some items require additional
a more
powerful
sound.
XDSS function is active.
:
OFF
:
XDSS is not active.
BEEP
steps.
5. Press MENU/SEL
menu.
SOUND
20.)
M > to
4. Use the v/V or
the
operate the system
to select the desired
setting
setting(s).
3. Use the v/V
display
MENU
pages 19 to
2. Use the v/V or
display
second press of MENU/SEL will take you back to initial screen.
(You can also display the menu pressing MENU/SEL button briefly
Operation
1. Press MENU/SEL on the remote control to
menu.
Operation
and exit the system menu:
Press MENU/SEL on the remote control to
adjustments.
pages 19 to 20.
To go back to the previous level:
Press b on the front panel or . m
General
To
Menu
Operation
on
the remote control to exit the
menu.
Each time any button is
2ND
:
:
sounds.
When the button with
more
ALL
pressed, beep
than 1
long key function
seconds, beep sounds.
When any button is
pressed, beep
is
pressed
for
sounds.
19
OPERATION
MENU
DISP
Operation
(DISPLAY)
MENU
SOUND
DISP
BACKGROUND
:
CONTRAST
:3
Car
CLOCK SET
BACKGROUND
Selects the
background
you want in the
display
window.
CONTRAST
Adjusts
window.
the shown
letter/shape brightly
(1~3steps)
CLOCK SET
You
can
20
set the current clock.
or
darkly
in the
display
Radio
Listening
the radio stations
1. Press POWER/MUTE
[POWER/MUTE (
button to turn the unit
-
When you select
Storing
)
on
the front
panel]
on.
a source
the unit is turned
Press SRC button until you
3. Press BAND button to select
"
see
a
displayed.
band.
displayed, FM1, FM2, FM3, MW(AM).
perform
tuning, press the b/B on the front panel or
. m / M > on the remote control with quick presses.
-
seek
The "SEARCH" is shown in the
a
You
either the b/B
.
cancel seek
can
m
/ M >
tuning by pressing
with quick presses.
frequencies
frequencies
for later recall
button.
a
the
frequency
front panel
-
that you want to store, press the
for more than 1 second.
Preset number appears in the
preset number you
display
want
on
the front
The selected radio station
window.
by using
Preset number will be flashed in the
3. Press the v button
panel
frequency
the v/V buttons.
display
for
window.
more
than 1 second.
has been stored in the
selected preset number.
window.
display
The tuner will scan the frequencies until
enough for good reception is found.
on
2. Select the
-
-
button
v
"
broadcast
store up to six broadcast
1. When you find a
Press BAND button until the desired band is
4. To
easily
recalling
on.
-
-
can
with the touch of
2. Press SRC button to select the tuner.
-
You
and
Operation
broadcast strong
4. Follow
steps 1-3
as
5. Press the v button
perform manual tuning, press and hold the b/B on the front
panel for 1 second and release until you see "MANUAL" displayed. And then press the b/B on the front panel or . m
/ M > on the remote control with quick presses.
The frequencies move up or down step by step.
-
repeatedly
remote control to recall the
or
5. To
above.
or
number buttons
(1-6)
on
the
preset number.
NOTES
?
Up
to 18 FM
stations
?
When
a
stations, 6 for each of three FM bands and 6 MW(AM)
be stored in memory.
station is stored on the preset station button which another fre-
can
quency of the same band has already been stored, the
station is erased automatically.
previous preset
NOTES
?
?
During manual tuning, if the "AUTO" indicator is displayed and disappeared for about 0.5 second, it will be entered to the seek tuning mode.
When the selected frequency is being broadcast in stereo, "((.))"
indicator will light.
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OPERATION
Radio
Auto Search
Operation
To
Memory
In
This function lets you automatically store the six strongest
broadcast frequencies.
scan
case
the preset stations
of LAC-M8400 model, press PS/AS button
on
the front
panel.
of LAC-M8410 model, press PS button on the front
To stop the scanning, press PS/AS or PS button.
In
1. Press SRC button to select the tuner.
case
panel.
To tune in the preset stations
2. In case of LAC-M8400
panel
In
model, press PS/AS button
on
the front
for about 1 second.
case
of LAC-M8410 model, press AS button
on
the front
panel.
-
The
scanning starts from the currently displayed frequency to
higher frequencies and stops when 6 stations have been
preset or the receivable frequencies have been scanned once.
NOTES
performed if there is no station to be tuned
?W hen the automatic presetting is performed, the previous
preset stations are automatically erased.
?T o stop the automatic presetting, press PS/AS or AS button.
?
The
22
presetting is
not
in.
Press BAND to select the desired band and press the desired
number buttons (1-6) on the remote control.
The number of the preset station button is
preset station is received.
displayed
and the
Operation
Playing
CD
an
Audio CD and MP3/WMA Disc
MP3
CD-R
CD-RW discs.
MP3/WMA formatted
Before
playing MP3/WMA recordings,
MP3/WMA Recordings on page 25.
Press Z OPEN/CLOSE
disc in the unit.
""
appears in the
on
recordings
on
read the notes
the front
panel
CD-ROM,
and then Insert
display window, and playback
a
starts
press NUMBER (#) button and then press
the track number with 0-9 number buttons.
play
a
file
to another Track
a
directly,
CD
changer (OPTIONAL)
Playback Setup
Connect the CD
this CD
Moving
to another Folder
CD
MP3
WMA
CDC
the front
panel
or
MP3
/
WMA
on
the remote control
to go to the next folder or to
step back
to
CDC
Changer
connector of this unit to connector of
Search
CD
MP3
WMA
CDC
on
1. Press PWR/MUTE or POWER/MUTE
2. Select the CD
on
briefly during playback
the previous folder.
CDC
page 13.
Audio system: Turn on the audio system and select the
source connected to the unit.
Changer
CDC
Presstheb/Bonthefrontpanelor.m/M>onthe
remote control briefly during playback to go to the next track or
to return to the beginning of the current track.
Press the b on the front panel or . m on the remote
control twice briefly to step back to the previous track.
Press v/V
Playing
WMA
(B/X) during playback.
playback, press PLAY/PAUSE (B/X) again.
2. To return to
Moving
on
automatically.
To
MP3
1. Press PLAY/PAUSE
can
play
CD
Pause
WMA
The unit
or
CD, MP3/WMA Disc and CD changer
with Audio
changer
function
( ) to turn
pressing SRC.
input
the unit
Pressandholdtheb/Bonthefrontpanelor.m/M>
on the remote control for about 1 second during playback and then
release at the point you want.
on.
repeatedly.
3. Insert
disc you want to
a
Playback
to another Disc
Moving
Press v/V
or
starts
play into
automatically.
or
step back
/
to the
the
magazine.
CDC
briefly during playback
previous disc.
to go to the next disc
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OPERATION
Operation
CD
Repeat
1. Press RPT
"
"
The 1
MP3
CDC
WMA
"
in the
MP3/WMA
The
:
"
F
(It is played
"
CDC:The" D
(It is played
changer.)
3. Press RPT
MP3/WMA
The
:
"
F
"
CDC:The" D
Audio CD
appears in the display window.
repeatedly the whole file within the
folder.)
time.
"
WMA
2. Press SCAN on the remote control
window.
appears in the display window.
repeatedly the whole file within the disc of CD
one more
MP3
CDC
The "SCAN" appears in the display window.
The first 10 seconds of all tracks on the disc
display window.
disappears
display
(The repeat mode is cancelled.)
"
CD
scan
1. Press SCAN on the remote control.
again.
AudioCD:The" 1
CD, MP3/WMA Disc and CD changer
Intro
during playback.
appears in the
2. Press RPT
with Audio
disappears
in the
in the
disappears
display window.
display window.
are
played
in order.
again.
The "SCAN"
disappears in the display window.
(The intro scan is cancelled.)
MP3/WMA, CDC : The "SCAN-A" appears in the display window.
(It is played the first 10 seconds of the whole file
within the folder.)
:
CD TEXT/ID 3 TAG
CD
MP3
WMA
Some discs have certain information encoded
on
the disc
during
manufacture. These discs may contain such information as title,
artist's name and album name and are called CD TEXT discs.
Random
CD
MP3
1. Press SHF
during playback.
The "SHF" appears in the
2. Press SHF
Audio CD
WMA
CDC
When
display window.
again.
The "SHF"
disappears in the display window.
(The random playback is cancelled.)
MP3/WMA, CDC : The "SHF-A" appears in the display window.
(It is played randomly the whole file within the folder.)
:
3. Press SHF
one more
MP3/WMA, CDC
24
:
time.
The "SHF-A"
disappears
in the
display window.
playing a disc containing information, you can see the
information (Folder name, File name, ID3 TAG, Title, Artist or
Album) in the display window. If there is no information, "No Title,
No Artist and No Album" or "No ID3 Tag" will be shown in the display window.
Press the DISP.
display
mode
on
the remote control
(4 types).
repeatedly
to select the
with Audio
Operation
Notes
on
MP3/WMA
CD, MP3/WMA Disc and CD changer
5. A
Recordings
compressed by using
audio
layer-3 file-coding scheme.
".mp3" file extension "MP3 files".
The unit
than
the MPEG1
We call files that have the
(Window
An WMA file is
technology.
WMA(Windows
a
Media
Microsoft audio
Audio)
Audio)
offers double the audio compres-
compatibility
with this unit is limited as
follows:
1.
Sampling Frequency / only at 44.1kHz (MP3),
22.05 44.1kHz (WMA)
Bit rate / within 32 320kbps (MP3),
32
128kbps (WMA)
CD-R/CD-RW physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3/WMA files using the software which cannot
create a FILE SYSTEM, for example "Direct-CD" etc., it is
impossible to playback MP3/WMA files. We recommend that
you use "Easy-CD Creator" which creates an ISO9660 file sys-
2.
-
-
3.
4.
6. Folder
or
File
names
or use a new one.
should have
ID3 TAG: Title, Artist or Album
30 letters or less.
The file must
"********.MP3"
names
should have
names names
or
incorporate ".mp3"
or
maximum 22 letters
a
a
or
less.
maximum
should have
a
less.
or
".wma" extension e.g.
"********.WMA".
compression
sion of the MP3 format.
MP3/WMA Disc
all the data in the disc
This unit
Media
MP3/WMA files in the first track.
no
CD TEXT: Title, Artist or Album
maximum 30 letters
".mp3".
About WMA
requires
MP3/WMA file in the 1st track, it cannot playback
MP3/WMA files. If you wish to playback MP3/WMA files, format
not read an MP3 file that has a file extension other
can
session disc
If there is
About MP3
An MP3 file is audio data
single
requires discs/recordings
to meet
certain technical standards in order to achieve
optimal playback
quality. There are many different types of recordable disc formats
(including CD-R/CD-RW containing MP3 or WMA files). That
require certain pre-existing conditions (see above) to insure compatible playback.
Customers should also note that
permission
is
required
in
order to download MP3/WMA files and music from the
Internet. Our company has no right to grant such permission.
Permission should always be sought from the copyright
owner.
tem.
25
OPERATION
Troubleshooting
Cause
Symptom
Power doesn't turn
on.
The unit doesn't
Leads and connector
are
Correction
incorrectly
connected.
The fuse is blown.
Confirm
Rectify
once more
the
reason
the fuse. Be very
the same rate.
operate.
Noise and other factors
microprocessor
The unit does not
operate correctly
when the
even
appropriate
to
causing the
operate incorrectly.
are
Battery power is low.
Some operations are prohibited
built-in
for the fuse
sure
battery.
Check using another
on.
new
disc.
discs.
remote control buttons
are
pressed.
Playback
possible.
No sound
is not
The disc is
The loaded disc is
are
heard.
Cables
are
Clean disc.
dirty.
a
type this unit
not connected
cannot
correctly.
play.
Check what type the disc is.
Connect the cables
correctly.
The volume level will
not rise.
There's
no
sound.
There's audio
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skipping.
The volume level is low.
Adjust
This unit is not
Secure this unit
firmly
secured.
the volume.
firmly.
blowing,
are
correct.
then
replace
to install the correct fuse with
Turn the unit off and then
Load
with certain
that all connections
Specifications
General
OutputPower..............................................................................50Wx4CH(Max.)
PowerSource......................................................................................DC12V
Speakerimpedance.....................................................................................4Ω
GroundSystem.................................................................................Negativetype
Dimensions(WxHxD)....................................................185x50x170mm(WithoutFrontPanel)
NetWeight(approx.)...................................................................................1.8kg
FM tuner
FrequencyRange...............................................................................87.5-108MHz
S/NRatio...........................................................................................55dB
Distortion............................................................................................1.0%
Usablesensitivity.....................................................................................12dB
MW(AM) tuner
FrequencyRange.................................................................520-1720kHzor522-1620kHz
S/NRatio...........................................................................................45dB
Distortion............................................................................................1.0%
Usablesensitivity.....................................................................................32dB
CD
FrequencyRange...............................................................................42-20000Hz
S/NRatio...........................................................................................55dB
Distortion............................................................................................0.5%
Design
and
specifications
are
subject
to
change
without notice.
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REF NC
P/NO
:
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