ENGLISH MINI HI-FI AUDIO SYSTEM OWNER'S MANUAL MODELS : FFH-876A/L/S/AX/AD FE-876E FFH-976A/L/S/AX/AD FE-976E Please read this manual carefully before operating your unit. Retain it for future reference. Designs without and specifications are subject notice for improvement. to change (for CE region) N0M 061 NYCE N0M 260 NYCE MISE EN GARDE CAUTION Cet appareil num rique de la classe B respecte toutes glement sur le mat riel brouilleur de Canada. les exigences de R AVERTISSEMENT CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUENE-PAS OUVRIR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE (FOR COVER(OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. Note to CATV REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. Explanation Graphical Symbols: The lightning flash equilateral triangle with arrowhead symbol, is intended to alert the to constitute within user an to the NOTE: The interference potential to the device. equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and installed and used properly, that is in strict accordance with This persons. The exclamation equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. point within manufacturer 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 following measures: Reorients or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. CAUTION Use of controls or other than those of adjustments or performance specified herein may result - procedures - in hazardous - radiation exposure. 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 placed on the apparatus. (FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN If this product EUROPE) CE-symbol, regulation 89/336/EEC. is marked with the is conformed to EMC Laser component in this product is radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1. Consult the dealer - or an radio/TV technician for experienced (FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED WIRING INSTRUCTIONS help. KINGDOM) This it capable means of 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 which emitting ELECTRONICS U.K.LTD . If the mains sockets in your home differ, or are not suitable for the of plug supplied, then the plug should be removed and a suitable fitted. Please refer to the CAUTION: Warning wiring type type instructions below: : The mains plug severed from the mains lead of this appliance must be destroyed. A mains plug with bared wires is hazardous if engaged in a mains output line socket. BEAM. VARNING: IMPORTANT ATTENTION: The wires in this mains lead following This label is located on Compact Disc LASER PRODUCT KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT LASER LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE The KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT PRODUCT label is located CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER is classified on as a CLASS 1 1 Blue : Neutral Brown : Live correspond with the coloured markings identifying plug, proceed as follows: product. CLASS LASER which is marked with the letter N the exterior. If Warning INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE. of the Canadian rallonge, pas y ins rer lectriques, n utilisez pas cette fiche (polaris e) ceptacle ou une autre prise si vous ne pouvez fond. or pin, coloured green marked with the letter E or green and or yellow. operating voltage of the unit is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. And if your unit is equipped with the Voltage Selector on the back of the unit, set to it your required voltage. un r les broches symbol A note about your operating voltage Before connecting the unit to an AC outlet, check that the DO NOT OPEN Pour viter les chocs : with the earth MISE EN GARDE: avec une coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth WARNING: - or a distribution board. OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY SHOCK HAZARD coloured black. 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 CANADA) digital apparatus meets all requirements Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. or The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, This class B appliance may not the terminals in your The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L CUSTOMERS IN coloured in accordance with the As the colour of the wires in the mains lead of this player CLASS 1 are codes: the interior. This (FOR the s the limits for WARNING: To avoid electrical if not instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with an TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OF ELECTRIC s 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. risk of electric shock to a the CATV system installer attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the enclosure that may be of sufficient product s magnitude system Installer: provided to call This reminder is 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES ? CAUTION: ? Read all of these instructions. ? Save these instructions for later ? Follow all the audio ? warnings and equipment. Read instructions - use. instructions maked on All the and safety - The safety and operating product is ? operating in the ? Warnings operatiog - 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 ? - manufacturer use as this near a ? product example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; swimming pool; sink, Accessories Do not this device. If sure on an ? accessory recommended ? is overload a the Quick stops, excessive force, and 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 - cable line surges. 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 A care. - the manufacturer or uneven Plug attachment an the service technician has used to the product supply cords not likely to be placed upon or are a safety feature. See Instruction replacement or restting or protective replacement of the plug is required, be damage with Power This is antenna by - that Protective Attachment manufacturer. mounting built-in Manual for or follow the manufacturer's instructions and should use a so on or equipped protection. 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 - a rack unless - Power-Cord Protection with near water-for kitchen in 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 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. Water and Moisture Power Sources should be routed attachments not product placed bookcase as a 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 should not be from the reference. Heed other similar surface. product proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have been followed. instructions should be retained for future ? or - installation such operated. Retain instructions 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, rug, This instructions should be read before the ? 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 Article 810 of the National Electrical built-up Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 proviedes 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 extreme system, taken not to touch such power lines contact with them might be fatal. ? cords, can ? ? ? Do not overload wall Overloading or integral - result in a risk of fire or should be circuits as receptacles, as any way. When the - Unauthorized substitutions may result in or other hazards. outlets, extension fire, electric shock, this ? 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 and convenience 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. ? - 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 7 33 24 8 23 910 11 22 34 21 35 12 13 20 19 36 14 18 15 16 17 38 FRONT VIEW 21. DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons PRESET DOWN / BACKWARD PLAY (OPTIONAL) button (PRESET DOWN / 2. MDSS button AUTO TUNING DOWN(TUNER: OPTIONAL), TAPE REWIND, TRACK BACKWARD, SKIP/SEARCH(CD) button( 22. DISC SKIP button ) 23. TAPE STOP, CD STOP / CLEAR button ( 24. /CLEAR) MIC jacks (MIC1 / MIC2): OPTIONAL 25. CD OPEN / CLOSE button ) 4. REMOTE SENSOR 26. MIC VOLUME: OPTIONAL 5. POWER button TIMER button CLOCK button 27. 6. 7. 8. 9. FAST button( REC/ (CD) button ( ) 30. CD PAUSE / SET indicator 31. CD PAUSE / button(OPTIONAL) 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 NORMAL DUBBING / CD SYNCHRO RECORDING button 12. HEADPHONE socket (PHONES) 32. 13. HI-SPEED DUBBING button 14. TAPE DECK 1 EJECT position ( PUSH EJECT) [FM, MW(AM), (OPTIONAL), CD, TAPE 1/2, AUX] REAR VIEW 15. FUNCTION SELECT button LW/SW 16. EQ. PATTERN button 33. ANTENNA (AERIAL) 34. AUXILIARY / PHONO 17. VOLUME knob terminal (OPTIONAL) INPUT sockets (Option for 35. MAIN SPEAKER OUTPUT sockets 18. DIMMER / POWER SAVING 19. TAPE 29. CD DOOR 11. 20. (TUNER: OPTIONAL), FORWARD, TRACK FORWARD, SKIP/SEARCH ) 10. DEMO/PLAY MODE Button DEMO/ COUNTER RESET PROGRAM / MEMORY button 28. AUTO TUNING UP RECORD / RECORD PAUSE FM MODE / RIF button (DISC1, DISC2, DISC3) 1. 3. 37 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) the model FFH-976)(HIGH FREQUENCY) 36. SPEAKER terminal Used to the Main ? Speaker terminal for the model used to the Super Woofer(Speaker) terminal for the model FFH-976(LOW FFH-876, ? ? or FREQUENCY) 37. VOLTAGE SELECTOR 38. 5 POWER CORD (OPTIONAL) FUNCTION DISPLAY 1. LEVEL indicator 8. FM MONO indicator 2. FUNCTION, VOLUME LEVEL, CLOCK, 9. VOLUME indicator FREQUENCY, TAPE COUNTER, CD PLAYING 10. RDS function indicator TIME 11. TIMER indicator display (OPTIONAL) 3. MUTE indicator 12. 4. PLAY MODE indicator 13. CD MUSIC CALENDAR 14. RECORD indicator 5. TAPE DIRECTION indicator 15. PLAY / PAUSE indicator 6. CD MUSIC CALENDAR OVER indicator 16. CD REPEAT indicator 7. FM STEREO indicator (Use only auto reverse deck) DISC NO. indicator REMOTE CONTROL 1. POWER button 2. TUNER / BAND button 3. AUX button 4. EQ PATTERN button 5. PRESET DOWN/UP 6. CD FUNCTIONS ? ? ? ? ? ( ) button DISC SKIP (D.SKIP) button ( ) button STOP/CLEAR ( button ) SKIP / SEARCH ( PLAY/PAUSE ) buttons REPEAT button 7. DISPLAY MODE 8. MDSS button 9. SLEEP button (DISP MODE) button 10. MUTE button 11. VOLUME CONTROL ( ) buttons 12. PROGRAM / MEMORY button 13. TAPE FUNCTIONS ?TAPE1/TAPE2button 6 ? RECORD / RECORD PAUSE ? BACKWARD PLAY button ( button( /II) ) : OPTIONAL ? FORWARD PLAY button ? STOP ? REWIND / FAST FORWARD button button( ( ) ) ( ) REMOTE CONTROL Control Range The remote control device is for the range designed shown in the illustration. NOTE Strong light obstacles between the remote control or device and the stereo Approx.7m system may interfere with the of the remote control. functioning Notes Batteries on Your remote control Use two with batteries. comes "AAA(UM-4. IEC R03)" type high quality batteries. When the remote control fails to POWER MDSS SLEEP AUX PRESET TUNER/BAND MUTE PATT. PROGRAM operate accurately at maximum distance from the unit. MUTE EQ SLEEP MDSS VOLUME POWER EQPATT. AUX TUNER/BAND PROGRAM VOLUME worn out batteries with Install two "AAA" type batteries, observing battery polarity( and ). might damage the unit. Do not an old use one When you time, different with are remove Replace the new ones. Reversed correct battery polarity types of batteries together, or new one. not going the batteries to to use the unit for a long prevent possible electrolyte leakage. CONNECTIONS Connection the AUX Sockets Two phono sockets marked 'AUX' are connecting other a record player with a pre amplifier, tape recorders.) rear of the unit for But if your can provided on the (for example, units video recorders Connecting a external record the Loud player. Speakers for the model FFH-876) right/left marked(+) at the Insert the red wire of the hand the red terminal rear speaker into of the unit. Insert the black wire into the black terminal 7 or system has the 'PHONO R/L' sockets, you play by connecting (Option PHONO or marked(-). CONNECTIONS Connection the Loud RL Main RL Speaker output sockets (High Frequency) (Option Left Right Main Speaker plug (High Frequency) Speaker R only) 1. Connection the Main Speaker Plugs(HIGH FREQUENCY) Insert main speaker jack of the rear of the speaker system into the main speaker output sockets at the rear of the unit. Insert the right hand speaker jack into the red socket(R) and insert the left hand speaker jack into the white socket(L). L Left Speakers for the model FFH-976 Right Speaker 2. Connection the Super Woofer(Speaker) wires(LOW FREQUENCY) Insert the red wire of the right/left hand speaker into the red terminal marked( ) at the rear of the unit. Super Woofer wire (Low Frequency) Insert the black wire into the black terminal marked ( ). 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 necessary, simply connect the supplied antenna (aerial) wire to the terminal Unless radio antenna is FM indoor 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 5. Press the CDII/SET button. 6. Set the minutes with JOG DIAL. more than 1.5 - 2. The seconds) hours begin Select a turning 24 hour cycle or 12 hour cycle by the JOG DIAL. (24HR) 3. to blink. or (12HR) Press the CDII/SET button. 7. Press the CDII/SET button. The clock starts 4. operating. Set the hour with JOG DIAL. 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 or MODE/RIF(Radio Filter) button Adjustment Turn VOLUME clockwise to increase the sound level, counterclockwise to decrease it. If you turn the volume up more To switch from than the maximum versa. mono to stereo receive stereo FM without (Or press VOLUME commander.) STEREO off. button on the remote When reception and vice If the power of transmission is too weak to level, the volume level flashes in the display. or Interference a MW(AM), or LW interference, switch the broadcasting is being recorded, the R.I.F.(BEAT-SWITCH) button Sound MDSS Quality Adjustment (Multi Dynamic Sound used to reduce unwanted "beat" bass (UBB Ultra Bass : The MDSS indicator Booster), lights up. which System) Press the MDSS button to reinforce treble were not heard before DEMO button case of Auto (In Press this button in power again. Stop Deck) on or demonstrate the function in the To activate stereo sound You choose between 4 fixed sound modes can select desired sound mode a be noise, (Hi-Tone), and surround effect. To cancel it press the MDSS button can and signals recording. off state to display. To cancel it, press the POWER button or DEMO button. During demonstration in power-on status you can cancel it : by using the EQ by using to see the NOTE the other buttons. PATTERN button. Press the EQ PATTERN button current sound mode scrolled once the display. Press the EQ PATTERN button repeatedly, until desired sound mode is scrolled on the display. FLAT : linear frequency response on ROCK : more POP : less CLASSIC : for orchestral music the Dimmer bass, more treble bass, less treble mute your unit in can the The indicator appears remote control) order, for example, the to display. DISPLAY MODE button (on remote control) Whenever you press the DISPLAY MODE you can enjoy the spectrum the display. change PLAY MODE button. function(optional) press the button telephone. on or display by half in press it once again the LEDs of the JOG DIAL and FUNCTION SELECTOR will go out. To cancel it personal listening headphone to headphone socket. sound comes from the speakers. answer power-off state to display. To cancel power-on status, if you press the DIMMER button once, only the display will be darken, and if you Press this button to mute your unit. You of Auto Reverse Deck This function will be darken the For button(on case it, press the POWER button Connect MUTE In demonstrate for the function in the Super Woofer System (Option for the model FFH-976 only) Simply by connecting the Super Woofer wires you can enjoy the Super Bass sound from the supplied speaker system. No : Press PLAY MODE button in button, with 11 types in 10 again. RADIO RECEPTION Tuning in 1. Turn the power. on 4. To recall 2. Turn the Automatically FUNCTION SELECT button until the desired repeatedly DOWN/UP( button. The unit tunes in Tuning in 1. Turn the power. on 2. Turn the (Radio Data System) Reception (OPTIONAL) Manually What is RDS? RDS FUNCTION SELECT button repeatedly Data (Radio introduced until the desired band appears. repeatedly on System) FM right hand normal radio signal. This including station / information Stations the radio station previously 1.5 seconds in TUNER mode flashing (2) Press the flashing so Reception more than contains list of alternative a various identification, frequencies of RDS Stations that CLEAR is 2. Select display. a desired station DOWN/UP( by using the TUNING ) button (or JOG DIAL). 3. When the RDS transmission is display. display received, the shows the program service name (PS) after RDS indicator appears. 2. To memorize the stations in order (1) Turn the FUNCTION SELECT button to select a (2) (3) desired Select a wave Notes: band. ? desired station with the JOG DIAL. Press the PROG./MEMO button and ? preset number flashes. (4) preset (5) Repeat step (1) flashing. (4) to to again To recall the memorize up to 30 selecting or adding Select a channel desired station. Press the PROG./MEMO button. Select a desired channel number the PRESET DOWN / UP by pressing button, while the preset number flashes. (4) Press the PROG./MEMO button the channel number again stops flashing. frequency Press the RDS button. number. (1) (2) (3) only available for FM reception. (PROGRAM SERVICE) NAME is displayed automatically when a RDS station while stations. 3. To memorize in RDS is The PS received. Press the PROG./MEMO button number is for received. being 1. Turn the FUNCTION SELECTOR to select FM. /CLEAR button while CLEAR is in the data transmitter stored in any memory. (1) Press the PROG./MEMO button for in the system gradually being countries, where by an a inaudible stream of data is transmitted in addition to the or until the desired station appears. 1. To clear any program is in many traffic information and Storing press it RDS automatically. 3. Turn the JOG DIAL to the left hand side or ) or station a preset number appears repeatedly. until the desired band appears. 3. Press the TUNING presets. Press and hold the PRESET DOWN / UP button before 11 is CD PLAYING To play Press one disc buttons to start To only of the DISC DIRECT one 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 the disc on the back tray, press the DISC SKIP tray. button to rotate 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. 3. Load disc Playing one or on The disc disc 8cm(3 in.) disc, put compartment. Press the PLAY ( ) (or control) button to start play. on Do not disc Searching in STOP button. one compact disc on one time. a or for radio. a Particular Point Track You (or on remote 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. control) button. press it again. To search back: To Keep in the than same affected television stop play play, more at the the discs. If, during CD play, the video image of a nearby distorted, or if static is heard from a move this unit further away from the radio, nearby 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. To pause Press the CDII/SET place tray damage television is During playback skip discs During play or tray will be played compartment. conditions may remote A resume with other discs. Do not tilt the unit with discs loaded. This may the discs. Usage under these Play begins with the disc on the left hand side tray closing the disc compartment. All the discs are played once only. To replace the left side on dislodge before Press the placed NOTES tray. disc To applicable during programmed it onto the inner 4. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the 5. remaining 3. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to close the NOTICE circle of the while the other next. 3. an is not 2. Remove the discs and press the DISC SKIP button to rotate the trays. Place the next disc To load changed 1. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc compartment. 1 and 2. Playing three discs placing two discs, tray be play. After on played. operation This label side up. two discs trays can During Play disc is (s) with the 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 to the Skipping Beginning of 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 of the current track Press the backward button one by of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons one DISC SKIP button to select repeatedly to skip tracks 3. Press the tracks skip button Press the forward button by one to repeatedly skip track(s) in the only Repeat steps play one track the remote " the " and press button to start one disc ? and press PLAY/PAUSE start To ( " display : on unit) ". ? Press all tracks the " on all discs REPEAT button three button to start times to disc display ( : on (2) play. (3) repeat only selected tracks the desired tracks, and press the REPEAT Program button to display To cancel " "or" To ". so that " " in the number, a track pressed number, and in a displayed. programmed contents during stop and then press the STOP button. Turn off the power. Press the CD OPEN / CLOSE button. 00 appears in the track number. Select the desired track on the disc with DISC display or button. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button. change the programmed tracks (1) Press the PROG. / MEMO. button to (2) changed program number. Select the desired track on the disc with DISC repeat play Press the REPEAT button control) contents Press the PROG. / MEMO. button SKIP button and To remote 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. play a program number will be repeatedly Press the REPEAT button twice to : on programmed stop mode, To clear the play ( play. Each time the PROG. / MEMO. button is play. To displayed control) repeatedly display ( : on unit ) Press the REPEAT button to the PLAY/PAUSE or until track number "6" is 2 to 4. button to start To check the To track, press the repeatedly display. 6. Press the PLAY Repeat Play with button to select the or 4. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button. one. 5. (Operating or disc. track. one. To select the 6th To a SKIP button and goes out. (3) or display the button. Press the PROG. / MEMO. button. During playback You can also NOTICE operate the repeat play during playback. ? During the programmed play, you can play repeatedly one track ( ) or all discs ( During the repeat play of an entire disc, if you select the programmed play, it is changed to repeat play of all discs. The DISC SKIP button does not programmed play. NOTICE ). 13 operate during AUXILIARY FUNCTION 1. Switch on the auxiliary connected to the rear device i.e. TV mounted AUX or NOTE: VCR, (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 only : tapes. Unit and 1. To set the cassette function: Switch the unit (If necessary press the button other again Endless loop deck PUSH tape side or facing 4. the front - DECK 2 - 2. Auto stop only (Non-autoreverse) Auto reverse of non-autoreverse (Front side Fast forward 5. reverse : or rewind 6. To end Option case and auto reverse : the unit or on (auto stop) deck 1 The unit play : STOP button. stops automatically at the end of the tape. between deck 1 performed. Tape Counter DECK 1 Reset Press the COUNTER button while 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 on played and how often with the PLAY MODE button. 1st play only) control for fast forward and Select which side of the cassette is to be 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: DECK 1 Option case and 2. to the bottom and the cassette side that you wish to hear in cassette deck 1 2nd In (or 2) or both by pushing the EJECT position. Insert one or two cassettes with the (b) tape. but six times in succession in deck 2. cassette deck 1 Open (a) Like : to select the 2) In stops automatically deck.) 2. To insert cassettes: 1) the front and side in deck 2 at the end of the and press the TAPE 1/2 button. on plays reverse play only. or stop. During play or fast forward, the tape counter increases during rewind, the tape counter decreases. (Auto Reverse) : tape playing Unit and plays reverse and the front or side in deck 2 stops automatically at the end of the tape. 14 RECORDING CD, Radio Connected Equipment Recording from a CD or Wind up the only You can synchro recording function dubs programmed titles automatically CD and Preparation Use Synchro Recording The CD to the tape normal tapes. record from cassette deck 2 1. To select the function Switch the unit on 2. the CD Open CLOSE CD, TUNER, AUX compartment with the CD OPEN / button, insert discs and close the CD compartment again. etc. 2. To insert the cassette 3. To insert cassette : Open the cassette deck 2. Insert a a 1. Select the CD function. only. : and select complete cassette. starts. point recording a into 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 Select the (OPTIONAL) play mode with PLAY if you wish to record one MODE cassette side 4. Auto button, only and (OPTIONAL) MODE, record the front side and for both cassette sides. or reverse Select the PLAY if you only wish to for both or cassette sides. 4. Recording Press the mode : REC/ NOTE: button. If the last track has The REC indicator flashes and holds the cassette in pause mode. side of the cassette reverse 5. To start recording Press the again the REC/ side button or (OPTIONAL). 5. To start PLAY button full, the tape. The or recording : Press the CD SYNC. button. for The recording recording begins and stops automatically at the end of the CD. begins. NOTE is : if you want to record the front side reverse stopped because the tape again completely on the track will be recorded NOTE: : If both cassette sides MODE to be recorded In ) always (Use only auto . reverse of Auto deck (OPTIONAL) tape after one has ended. Change the tape, then push the PLAY button. The tape enters into the recording mute mode for 7 seconds then CD player starts playing and recording. (PLAY case Stop If you want to record onto another start with the front side , PLAY are deck) 6. To interrupt recording : interrupt the recording for a short period, press the REC/ button again. To continue with the recording, press the REC/ To button one more NOTES : 1. If you only want to record certain these before the CD time. titles, program synchro recording. 2. If you wish to record from the desired 7. To end the Press the The unit recording the desired track with the : before commencing change recording. /CLEAR button. stops automatically 3. The function at the end of the tape. 15 CD is track, select ( ) button synchro recording. not possible during RECORDING from Recording (Dubbing) Tape to Tape 3. To Preparation Wind up the Use only to the tape normal point recording starts. tapes. DUBBING for double 1 The NOTE 1. Select the TAPE function. cassette deck 1. Insert a tape. speed dubbing. automatically. starts up dubbing : The pause function does not 4. To end dubbing Press the recorded cassette and the cassette side The unit that you wish to dub to the front. Open cassette deck 2. a of the operate during dubbing. : Open Insert beginning Press NORMAL DUBBING for normal and HIGH Dubbing only functions from cassette deck (playback) to cassette deck 2 (recording) 2. To insert cassettes dub(auto dubbing): Rewind both cassettes to the blank cassette in the cassette NOTE compartment stops automatically at the end of the tape. : You cannot and the cassette side that you wish to record to the front. : /CLEAR button. change The volume has no the of speed effect on 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 Turn the JOG DIAL to select radio station of the a desired previous programmed preset numbers. and off at the time desired. If the radio stations have 1. Check the current time. memory, this step is automatically skipped and you can operate continuously from step (3); in this case, it will play the radio 2. Press the TIMER button to enter the timer setting mode. the button for (If already set, press seconds.) display and each turning than 1.5 indicator appears in the function-TUNER, CD, TAPE, AUX display broadcast that the timer is more - display Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the (4) selected preset number. Set the hour to switch on (5) (6) Set the minute Press the CDII/SET button to confirm : REC : TUNER TUNER the on. The minute flashes. to switch on turning the JOG DIAL. either PLAY and REC. PLAY by turning Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the hour to switch window. 'PLAY' and 'REC' flashes in turn. (1) received before off the unit. JOG DIAL. 3. If you want to select the TUNER, press the CDII/SET button until the TUNER appears in the being in the (3) flashes in the in turn. was nothing (7) play only play and recording 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 cassette decks have cassette way as the time to turn on. Set the volume level by turning the JOG same (9) cassette DIAL. case of power-on by if both 2 will be selected first. 4. The timer-off function will be Press the CDII/SET button to confirm the (10) tape in deck playback, tapes in; the operated only the timer in the on. selected volume level. remains in the setting has been display and perfected. (11) Switch the system on with Setting the remote only control) When the 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 and off at the time set. If you select the AUX: Follow steps (1)~(11)except Timer (Operating off. The selected function is switched Sleep the timer steps (2)~(3) of '3. If you want to select the TUNER'. for about 5 seconds. This can see If you select the CD or TAPE: Follow steps (4)~(11)of the '3. If you want to select the TUNER'. explanation means that the units turns off automatically after 90 minutes. Each time the button is section. pressed the time interval by 10 minutes. i.e. before it turns off is reduced 4. To cancel 80...70...etc. check the timer. or Select the desired time to turn off. Each time the TIMER button is select the timer check the timer To activate button check the or " " 2. To check the so " " in the so turns off goes out. or TAPE is selected for disc is entered in the disc drawer tape is entered in the playback, If you press the SLEEP button while the the SLEEP time is set again. if cassette sleep time is displayed, or no deck, the 3. To cancel the TUNER function will be 2. it NOTE: 1. When the CD cassette sleep function is active press the briefly. The time remaining until is displayed for about 5 seconds. SLEEP button NOTES: no time until the power is While the lights display remaining turned off. timer, press the TIMER up in the display. To cancel the TIMER, press the TIMER button that that pressed you can cancel. You can also activating setting status. or operated. When the CD programmed playback is selected, the REPEAT ALL DISC( )will be selected automatically. sleep timer mode If you wish to stop the function press the SLEEP button repeatedly until 10 appears, and then press 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 system for various 1. On the remote control 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 876 - 976 AMP Output Power(MAIN) Output Power(Super Woofer) Frequency Response(MAIN) Frequency Response(Super Woofer) Signal-to-Noise Ratio(MAIN) Signal-to-Noise Ratio(Super Woofer) 100W+100W (6Ω, 2ch, T.H.D 10%) 30W +30W(6Ω, 120W+120W 42~25,000Hz 2ch, T.H.D 10%) (6Ω, 2ch, T.H.D 10%) 700~25,000Hz 45~700Hz 83 dB 83 dB 75 dB TUNER FM 87.5~108MHz Tuning Range(optional) or Intermediate 87.5~108MHz 65~74MHz & 87.5~108MHz 65~74MHz & 87.5~108MHz or 10.7 MHz 10.7 MHz 61/58 dB 61/58 dB 60~10,000Hz 200~12,500Hz Tuning Range(optional) 522~1,611 kHz, 530~1,720kHz or 530~1,610kHz 522~1,611 kHz, 530~1,720kHz or 530~1,610kHz Intermediate 450 kHz 450 kHz 100~2,000Hz 200~2,000Hz 5.8~18.0MHz 5.8~18.0MHz 450 kHz 450 kHz 35 dB 35 dB Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono/Stereo, 98MHz) Frequency Response AM(MW) Frequency Frequency Response SW(OPTIONAL) Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio(11MHz) LW(OPTIONAL) 153~281 kHz 153~281 kHz 450 kHz 450 kHz 28 dB 28 dB FF, REW Time(C-60) 120 120 Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio Channel Separation 125~8,000Hz 125~8,000Hz 43 43 Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio(254kHz) CASSETTE DECK 50 sec. dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P) dB(P/B), 45dB(R/P) 50 sec. dB(P/B), 43dB(R/P) dB(P/B), 45dB(R/P) CD Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio 40~18,000Hz 50~18,000Hz 70 dB 70 dB GENERAL Power Refer to the back Net 273x326x360mm 273x326x360mm 8.3 9.1 Net Requirements Dimensions(WxHxD) Weight SECTION panel of the unit. kg MODEL FE - Refer to the back panel of the unit. kg FE 876E - 976E SPEAKER SYSTEM Bass Reflex 3 Type Way 3 Speaker System Bi AMP 3 Impedance Frequency Response(MAIN) Sound Pressure Level(MAIN) Rated Input Power(MAIN) Rated Input Power(SUPER WOOFER) Max. Input Power(MAIN) Max. Input Power(SUPER WOOFER) Net Dimensions(WxHxD) Net Weight * NOTE : Designs and 6Ω Way (Main Speaker, Super Woofer) Speaker System 3 6Ω 50~20,000Hz 120~20,000Hz 87 90 dB/W(1m) dB/W(1m) 100W 30W 200W 60W 120W 240W 230x401x289mm 240x444x334mm 4.80kg 6.05kg specifications are subject to change 18 without notice for improvement.