COMPACT DISC STEREO MUSIC SYSTEM OWNER'S MANUAL FFH-M500A/S/L FE-M500E/M500SE Please read this manual carefully before opertating your set. Retain it for future reference. COMPACT DIGITAL AUDIO P/N: 3828SXD014U MISE EN GARDE Cet appareil numerique de la classe exigences du Reglement sur le materiel RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK B respecte toutes les brouilleur du Canada. AVERTISSEMENT DO NOT OPEN RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUENE -PAS OUVRIR CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF (FOR ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE COVER CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED The interference (OR BACK). potential STATES) to the device. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED Note to CATV SERVICE PERSONNEL. system installer: provided to This reminder is of Explanation lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of and electric shock to persons. triangle point This within an is intended to alert the equilateral user accompanying the equipment generates if not installed and used to the found to appliance. comply with the limits for Class B computing device subparts J of Part 15 of to provide reasonable a in FCC Rules, which such interference in protection against MOISTURE. However, there is residental installation. a 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 or 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 To avoid electrical shock do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. CAUTION or as radio frequency energy and that is in strict accordance specifications are designed SHOCK. DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR Use of controls uses in accordance with the WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC procedures and properly, in be with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and of presence important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature system provides guidelines for proper grounding and, particular, specifies that the cable ground shall connected to the grounding system of the building, close to the point of cable entry as practical. The The exclamation call the CATV installer's attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that Graphical Symbols: adjustments or performance of specified herein may result in no - other than those - hazardous radiation exposure. - from that to which the receiver is connected. - (FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN Laser EUROPE) (FOR the limit for Class 1. exceeding radio/TV technician for experienced or an help. component in this product is capable of emitting radiation Consult the dealer CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM) WIRING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance is supplied with a BS1363 approved 3 amp 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 ELECTRONICS U.K. LTD". fused mains CAUTION ; INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM. ; OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG. VARNING DEL Attention s'exposer ; Quand aux l'appareil est ouvert, DENNA If the mains sockets in your home differ, or are not suitable for type of plug supplied, then the plug should be removed and the ne pas radiations invisibles du faisceau laser. a suitable type fitted. Please refer to the wiring instructions below: This label is located on the interior. This Disc Compact CLASS 1 LASER player product. CLASS1 LASER PRODUCT KLASSE1 LASER PRODUCT as a LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT CLASSE1 PRODUIT LASER label is located on Warning: appliance is classified the rear The mains plug severed from the mains lead of this destroyed. A mains plug with bared wires is engaged in a mains output line socket. must be hazardous if IMPORTANT The wires in this mains lead exterior. the following codes: Blue Brown THE POWER SWITCH OF THIS UNIT IS SECONDLY are coloured in accordance with : Neutral : Live As the colour of the wires in the mains lead of this MOUNTED AND DOES NOT DISCONNECT THE WHOLE may not correspond with the coloured markings terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: UNIT FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY IN POSITION OFF. appliance identifying the The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the (FOR CUSTOMERS IN terminal which is marked with the letter N CANADA) or coloured black. CAUTION: The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, terminal which is marked with the letter L If RECEPTACLE, OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT Warning: Canadian digital apparatus meets all requirements Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. with of the - DO NOT OPEN MISE EN GARDE: Pour eviter les chocs (polarisee) si vous ne avec une the or WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD coloured red. at the distribution board. BLADE EXPOSURE. This class B or 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 a electriques, n'utilisez pas cette fiche rallonge, un receptacle ou une autre prise pouvez pas y inserer les broches a fond. -2- Do not connect either wire to the earth letter coloured green E or or with green and the yellow. pin, earth marked symbol IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES ? Ventilation Slots and - in the cabinet openings for ventilation and to provided operation of overheating, CAUTION: ? Read all of these instructions. ? Save these instructions for later ? Follow all the audio ? warnings and equipment. Read Instructions All the on and operating instructions should be read before the is - safety product bookcase provided ? instructions The - should be safety operating an retained ? Heed Warnings in the ? All - warnings the on All - operating and dealer Cleaning before - Unplug this cleaning. aerosol cleaners. Use ? ? Attachments - product Do not a damp Do not recommended by they hazards. may cause the Water and Moisture - use use ? from the wall outlet liquid cloth for use this product as near water-for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like. ? Accessories - Do not place this product on ? the by product. Any mounting of the or an ? sold with product a mounting accessory recommended should by the manufacturer. ? A product with care. Grounding - This may be product a so - Power supply cords that Protective Attachment the service Plug - technician replacement play specified by that has the Quick stops, excessive force, and product instructions. operating Polarization or Power-Cord Protection sure and cart combination should be moved surfaces may cause the combination to overturn. uneven on type of The product is equipped with an attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting or protective device. If replacement of the plug is required, be follow the manufacturer's instructions and should use of the they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. 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 cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table the manufacturer operated indicated or should be routed unstable cart, recommended source equipped polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fall to fit, contact your electrician, to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. or cleaning. manufacturer should be product of power with attachments not product Do not cleaners This sources, refer to the use instructions should be followed. ? - your product local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other and instructions should be followed. operating Follow Instructions Power Sources only type the marking label. If you are not sure power supply to your home, consult for future product rack unless proper ventilation is the manufacturer's instructions have or or from the reference. ? protect it from and these been followed. operated. Retain Instructions and to product openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a use. instructions marked the are reliable ensure same overload has used a the manufacturer protection as the original plug. and cart ? Lightning during a For added - protection lightning storm, unattended and unused for unplug for this product when it is left long periods of time, it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna damage or cable to the line surges. -3- or system. This will prevent product due to lightning and power- ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE GROUND CLAMP ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) ELECTRIC SERVICE GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) EQUIPMENT GROUND CLAMPS NEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ? Outdoor Antenna antenna If Grounding- an outside POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H) ? cable system is connected to the the antenna or cable system is or Code, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna dischare 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 - not be located in the lines other electric where it system should vicinity light or should be taken to care ? Overloading extension - as keep as Do not overload wall cords, receptacles, circuits or this or integral can result in from f) contact ? outlets, risk of fire or push objects of electric shock. ? Object and Liquid Entry - Never any kind into this product through openings as may touch dangerous voltage points or short- parts that could result in shock. Never spill liquid a fire or of any kind ? Servicing yourself - Do not attempt to service this - When replacement parts are Safety Check - Upon completion of any service or to the product. ? Parts Replacement in repairs to this product, ask the service technician perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition. electric on product exhibits a distinct change performance,this indicates a need for service. part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. they out any way. When the required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original convenience a product 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 of overhead power touching such power lines with them might be fatal. this water. can extreme Unplug d) power circuits, or fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, or - servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a) When the power supply cord or plug is damaged. b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product. c) If the product has been exposed to rain or ANSI/NFPA 70 ? Service from the wall outlet and refer product, be sure grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Damage Requiring ? product Wall Ceiling Mounting or mounted to opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. as by ? or The product ceiling only as should be recommended the manufacturer. Heat heat - The that product sources stoves, -4- wall a - or such other produce heat. should be situated away from as radiators, heat registers, products (including amplifiers) Deutsch Espanol VORSICHT ADVERTENCIA Um Feuergefahr und die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages zu vermeiden, darf das Gerat weder Regen noch Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt werden. Um einen elektrischen Schlag Gehause nicht geo ffnet Wartungsarbeiten stets nur zu Para evitar incendios exponga la unidad vermeiden, darf das werden. Uberlassen Sie a o el riesgo la lluvia ni a de electrocucion, no la humedad. Para evitar descargas electricas, En averia, solicite solo los servicios de personal caso de no abra la unidad. especializado. einem Fachmann. PRECAUCION VORSICHT El empleo de controles, los ajustes, o los procedimientos que no se hayan especificado aqui puede resultar en exposicion peligrosa a radiacion. Halten Sie sich beim Bedienen und bei der Bedienungsabfolge unbedingt an die Anleitung, gefahrliche Strahlen austrenten konnen. da sonst Para los clientes de GEFAHR El Bei emitir radiacion que 1. geoffnetem Spieler und beschadigter oder Verriegelung tritt ein unschtbarer Europa componente laserico de este producto es capaz de sobrepase el limite para la clase deaktivierter Laserstrahl ist Direkter Kontark mit dem Laserstrahi aus. unbedingt ist unbedingt zu vermeiden. CAUTION ; INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM. Hinweis zu Europa-Modellen VARNING ; OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA DEL Die des in diesem Gerat Strahlungsleistung AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG. Attention ; Quand verwendeten Lasers kann die Grenze der Klasse 1 s'exposer aux l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas radiations invisibles du faisceau laser. ubersteigen. Este etiqueta esta CAUTION ; INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM. VARNING ; OSYNLIG LASERSTRALNING NAR DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR FARLIG. Attention ; Quand s'exposer aux l'appareil est ouvert, ne pas en el interior. CLASS1 LASER PRODUCT KLASSE1 LASER PRODUCT LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER radiations invisibles du faisceau laser. Este reproductor de discos compactos se clasifica como producto laserico de clase 1. La etiqueta CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT esta situada en Dieser Hinweis befindet sich auf der Ruckseite des Gerates. el exterior. Bei diesem situada CLASS1 LASER PRODUCT KLASSE1 LASER PRODUCT LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER CD-Spieler handelt es sich um ein Laser- Produkt der Klasse 1. Ein Aufkleber mit der Aufschrift CLASS PRODUCT befindet sich an 1 LASER der Gerateruckseite. -5- LOCATION OF PARTS AND CONTROLS 2 1 3 12 4 5 13 6 14 7 15 89 16 17 18 10 11 19 23 24 25 20 21 26 22 27 29 28 1. DISC DIRECT SELECTION 18. (DISC SELECTOR) MODE/RIF button buttons 19. HEADPHONE SOCKET 2. DISC SKIP button 20. VOCAL FADER button 3. OPEN/CLOSE 21. MPX 4. POWER button 22. HI-SPEED DUBBING button 5. REMOTE SENSOR 23. MIC SOCKETS 6. FUNCTION SELECTION buttons 24. SET button 7. EQ MODE button 25. TIMER button 8. DSP 26. CLOCK button 9. HI-TONE button 27. CD CONTROL buttons 10. UBB button ? RANDOM 11. EQ PATTERN button ? SKIP/SEARCH 12. VOLUME ? CLEAR/STOP 13. ECHO VOLUME ? PLAY/PAUSE 14. PRESET / button ? REPEAT 15. MIC VOLUME 16. TUNING / buttons 17. PROGRAM/MEMORY button button (Digital Signal Processor) button (TUNER) -6- (MULTIPLEX) play play (PHONES) PLAY SELECTION button button (Ijjjj / kkkkI)buttons ( ) button (k / II) button. button 28. DECK A MECHANISM buttons 29. DECK B MECHANISM buttons Antenna (aerial) terminals Auxiliary input sockets Magic Treble Booster terminal (optional) Speaker terminals 1. 2. 3. 1 4. OPTIONAL 5. Power cord 6. AC voltage selector (optional) 2 3 6 4 5 2 1 26 25 24 OVER 9 10 1112 13 12 SLEEP 14 AUTO 15 16 kHz MHz AM HALL 17 DISCO KARAOKE V/FADER VOCAL UBB 22 10 11 MUTE PM LIVE 23 13141516 9 DSP 1 5678 7 8 REC HI-SP DUBB. STEREO MEMORY PROGRAM RANDOM REPEAT 1 ALL DISC SYNC. 1234 23 6 345 21 20 100 350 1k 3.5k 10kHz 19 18 1. PROGRAM indicator 15. AUTO TUNING indicator 2. RANDOM indicator 16. RIF indicator 3. CD PLAY/PAUSE indicator 17. 4. TAPE DIRECTION indicator 5. DSP MODE indicator (optional) 6. LEVEL indicator of each 7. MUTE indicator 8. TIMER OPERATION indicator 9. RECORDING indicator 10. FREQUENCY, CLOCK or CD PLAYING TIME etc.display 18. EQ. PATTERN, FUNCTION or VOLUME etc. display frequency 19. VOCAL FADER indicator 20. UBB indicator 21. DISC NO. indicator 22. MULTIPLEX PLAY indicator HI-SPEED DUBBING indicator 23. MUSIC CALENDAR indicator 11. DUBBING indicator 24. MUSIC CALENDAR OVER indicator 12. FM STEREO indicator 25. CD SYNCHRO RECORDING indicator 13. MEMORY indicator 26. REPEAT PLAY indicator 14. SLEEP indicator -7- REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTION Control Buttons Range 1 2 7 8 APPROX.7m 3 9 30 30 4 5 10 6 11 12 1. The remote control device is POWER button 2. PRESET / buttons 3. CD CONTROL buttons ? ? PLAY/PAUSE SKIP/SEARCH ? STOP/CLEAR ( ( Ijjjj ) / 4. CD REPEAT PLAY button 5. CD RANDOM PLAY button 6. CD PROGRAM PLAY button functioning kkkkI) Notes ? 7. FUNCTION SELECTION MUTE button 9. VOLUME +/- buttons system may interfere with the of the remote control. Batteries on Your remote control Use two with batteries. comes "AAA(UM-4, IEC R03)" type high quality batteries. buttons(TUNER/ ? BAND, CD, TAPE, AUX) 8. obstacles between the remote control or device and the stereo k/ II) ( for the range NOTE Strong light DISC SKIP ? designed opposite. shown in the illustration ? 10. EQ PATTERN button When the remote control fails to operate accurately at maximum distance from the unit. Replace the worn out batteries with new ones. Install two "AAA" type batteries, observing correct battery polarity ( + and ). Reversed battery polarity might damage the unit. Do not use different types of batteries together, or - 11. CLOCK button ? 12. SLEEP button the old ? ones When you time, with are remove new ones. not going electrolyte leakage. -8- to use the batteries to the unit for a long prevent possible CONNECTIONS Magic Treble Booster AUX RL L R Left Right speaker AUDIO OUT Connection with Booster (optional) a speaker Magic Treble MTB Connection the AUX Sockets Two phono sockets marked AUX the back of the unit for example, a recorders or provided other units connecting player with a pre amplifier, tape recorders.) record Connection the Loud Insert the black wire with hand are speaker a on (for Connecting a Magic Treble Booster increases the realism of high-frequency sounds. Put the optional Magic Treble Booster on the top of the unit-you can fix it using the groove on the top of video Speakers white stripe the unit. Connect the cable of the of the into the red terminal marked right/left (+) at the terminal marked blue wire back of the unit. Insert the black wire into the black terminal marked the front. -9- Magic on Treble Booster to the the back of the unit, the upward. To switch it (-). M.T.B on or off, use the button on the middle of Antenna (aerial) Connection For the models for other countries For the European 2 BAND and U.K model (FM/AM) AREA figure . figure . (FFH-M500A) 3 BAND (FM/MW/LW) AREA (FFH-M500L) MW/LW For MW/LW antenna FM external antenna (aerial) reception, loop (aerial) to loop (aerial) connect the antenna the terminal marked MW/LW AM loop antenna (aerial)...Included 75 ohms coaxial cable FM indoor antenna (aerial) GND AM OPTIONAL FM external antenna FM MW/ LW Position it for the best FM reception 75Ω MW 3 BAND (FM/MW/SW) (FFH-M500S) loop antenna (aerial) AREA FM indoor antenna (aerial) Position it for the best reception. MW GND OPTIONAL FM sw TWISTED LINE FM ANTENNA WIRE SW Antenna IMPORTANT FM Antenna Unless radio (aerial) Connection signals are very weak, no external antenna is necessary, simply connect the supplied FM indoor antenna (aerial) wire to the terminal marked FM on the back of the unit. -10- FM external antenna coaxial cable (aerial) (aerial) CLOCK SETTING Example: 1. Set to 9:25 in the SOUND ADJUSTMENT morning Volume Press the CLOCK button for 1.5 seconds. The time in 24 hour and in 12 hour cycle flashes each for three times by Adjustment Turn VOLUME clockwise to increase the sound or cycle (Or turns. CLOCK level, counterclockwise to decrease it. press VOL Sound + or - on the remote commander.) Quality Adjustment and ? AM To reinforce bass Press UBB. ? 2. To select your desired hour cycle. Press the SET button while your desired hour cycle To reinforce treble Press HI-TONE. is flashed. ? To activate stereo sound You SET can POP: less 3. choose between four fixed sound impressions: select a desired sound using the EQ PATTEN button. FLAT: linear frequency response Set the hour with TUNING ¡ª or ¡ ROCK: button. mode by bass, less treble bass, more treble more CLASSIC: for orchestral music ? D.S.P. (Digital Signal Processor) A crucial factor in the transmission of sound is not TUG the music just itself, but also the environment in which the sound is created. For example, unique dynamics of a church choir or a live house jazz performance. The sound that reaches your ears has been shaped by a consider the 4. Press the SET button. SET multitude of factors, such as the size of the forum and its architecture. These elements enhance sound with impossible 5. Set the minute with TUNING ¡ª or ¡ a depth and to recreate with breadth almost recording. However, with the incorporation of 3 sophisticated DSP modes (LIVE, HALL, DISCO) button. LIVE: a Little reverberation and wide range surround sound. TUG HALL: Long reverberation and medium range surround sound. 6. Press the SET button. The clock starts DISCO: Little reverberation and medium range surround sound operating. SET ? For personal listening headphone to PHONES. sound comes from the speakers. Connect No Information on the time AM 12:00 = PM 12:00 = midnight noon When a power interruption occurs The clock and timer settings are all erased, and "- -:- -" will flash on the display. -11- RADIO RECEPTION EQ MODE button Tuning ? ? In your unit four types of spectrum memorized in microcomputer. analyzer Each time you press EQ MODE button, the spectrum will be changed desired mode as figure below. confirming the display. Automatically 2. repeatedly until the 3. desired band appears. or button Keep TUNING depressed for Set to as Normal are Turn in the power. Press TUNER/BAND button 1. on "AUTO" appears in the display and the unit tunes in a station automatically. Peak Hold Tuning in Manually 2. on the power. Press TUNER/BAND button 3. desired band appears. Press TUNING or 1. Turn repeatedly, 100 more than 1 second. 350 1k 3.5k 100 10kHz 350 3.5k 1k button briefly and until the desired station appears. 10kHz Storing Peak until the repeatedly Stations Reverse 1. To clear any programme previously stored in any memory. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button than 3 seconds in TUNER mode CLEAR is blinked in the so more that display. press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button while CLEAR is blinked in the display. 100 350 1k 3.5k MUTE button 10kHz 100 (on 350 remote 2. To memorize the stations in order Press the TUNER/BAND button to select MODE/RIF button Press the TUNING example, select to To switch from (Radio mono MW(AM), to stereo reception and vice 3. LW or SW broadcasting not heard before signals recording. is Select and selecting or adding channel a desired station. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button. being can To memorize in number. Select be a pressing noise, the desired channel the number PRESET( / ) by button while preset number is blinked. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button Adjustment during Recording before 4 To recall The VOLUME and tone controls do not affect the level of the to 30 stations. used to reduce unwanted "beat" Sound again prest number is blinked. to to be memorized up Repeat step Filter) recorded, the R.I.F (BEAT-SWITCH) button were preset number Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button STEREO off. which button to while If the power of transmission is too weak to receive stereo FM without interference, switch the a ( / ) desired station. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button. versa. When a MEMORY appears and blinks. and the "MUTE" Interference a desired waveband. the telephone. The display indicates the setting, display show in the display. answer 10kHz control) Press this button to mute your unit. can mute your unit in order, for You 3.5k 1k presets. Press and hold the PRESET recording. the desired Monitoring While recording, the output volume and tone of the speakers or headphone may be freely varied without affecting the level of the recording. repeatedly. -12- again stop the channel number blinking. ( / ) preset number appears button until or press it CD PLAYING the next disc. played To play Press one disc only the selected disc is remove played. discs Press the OPEN/CLOSE 3 compartment. You 1 the disc the back on Basic Number 1 disc Operation Changing Discs Two discs be 2. Press the CD button. played. operation disc compartment. Load ? disc(s) with the label side Playing one or two discs Place discs ? on trays button to rotate the tray up. while the other remaining is not applicable during programmed button to open the compartment. Remove the discs and The disc placed on place other discs. the left side tray will be played next. 1 and 2. Playing three discs After placing two discs, on changed Press the OPEN/CLOSE 1 button to open the 2 3. During Play play. Press the OPEN/CLOSE disc tray, press the DISC SKIP tray. disc is This 1. can button to open the disc two discs. To remove can remove button to rotate the disc Number 3 disc are of the DISC SELECTOR buttons to start one play. Only To and all the discs Play begins once. Press the OPEN/CLOSE 3 disc press the DISC SKIP next disc button to close the compartment. NOTES trays. Place the 3. NOTICE To load an circle of the 4. 8cm Do not ? Press the OPEN/CLOSE disc it onto the inner (3 in.) disc, put tray. button to close the disc Press the PLAY/PAUSE k/ II to start play. tray which has disc is no proceeds to the next tray. skipped tray number goes out skipped and Searching play The indicator of the in the display. You Press the CLEAR/STOP resume ( ) button. play, press it skip discs During play or can in the Keep Keep skipped to, skipping. but the Particular Point in a a a player Ijjjj point. pressed and release it at the You remains can to the locate the To return to the play previous -13- pressed and release it at the point. Skipping Press the PLAY/PAUSE k/ II button to button the kkkkI button desired stop mode The next disc is radio. To search forward: stop mode, press the DISC after locate the desired SKIP button. During play Play begins automatically for or To search back: again. To stopped. on one particular point in a track during play by monitoring the high-speed cueing sound or observing the CD counter in the display. stop play In the compact disc Track To pause Press the PLAY/PAUSE k/ II button. To one time. If, during CD play, the video image of a nearby distorted, or if static is heard from a nearby radio, move this unit further away from the affected television During playback To same television is Play begins with the disc on left side tray before closing the disc compartment. All the discs are played once only. A than more at the compartment. ? 5. place tray track Beginning of a Track beginning of any track on a beginning of the current or disc. Press the Ijjjj beginning of the current track. Press the Ijjjj backward one To skip button button by repeatedly one by tracks ? to skip track(s) The can be on To cancel random compartment 1. randomly display RANDOM. 2. 3. that RANDOM in the goes out. To one display disc 1", one display "REPEAT 1 track, press the Ijjjj repeatedly display. or until track number "6" is in the Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button. Repeat steps 6. Press the PLAY/PAUSE k/II button to start 2 to 4. Press the REPEAT button to programmed ? ALL disc number, a track displayed. contents Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button during Turn off the power. Press the CD OPEN/CLOSE button. button. for program that the number of track is 00. Select the desired track on the disc with DISC repeat only selected tracks Program the desired tracks, and press the REPEAT or a program number will be To add tracks to the program Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button to search to start play. "REPEAT 1" stop mode, To clear the To display contents stop and then press the CLEAR/STOP all discs repeatedly. display "REPEAT in the a ? on programmed number, and of the DISC SELECTOR DISC", and press the PLAY/PAUSE k/IIbutton button to kkkkI button to select the 5. ? play. all tracks play or or disc. 4. pressed repeatedly. DISC", and press To "REPEAT of the DISC SELECTOR buttons to Press the REPEAT button to buttons to start Ijjjj a Each time the PROGRAM/MEMORY button is play. play Press the To check the repeatedly. Press the REPEAT button to start of play. track one of the DISC SELECTOR buttons one displayed Repeat Play and press Press kkkkI button play mode pressed, the next track is selected at random. The Ijjjj button functions only to return to the beginning of the current track during random play. one play Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button in the To select the 6th tracks in the random play memory function that allows three discs in any order. tracks. When the kkkkI button is To a over DISC SKIP button to select play so has stop mode. all discs Press the RANDOM button player up to 20 tracks from played randomly. Press the RANDOM button to skip During the programmed play, you can play repeatedly one track (REPEAT 1) or all discs (REPEAT ALL DISC). During the repeat play of an entire disc, if you select the programmed play, it is changed to repeat play of all discs. Programmed Play all discs in the on all tracks play repeatedly one. the selected disc To skip Play All the tracks display to ? tracks Random To to return to the one. Press the kkkkI button forward once SKIP button and kkkkI "REPEAT ALL ( or Ijjjj) button. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button. DISC". To cancel display To repeat play Press the REPEAT button so the can also ? tracks display changed kkkkI( or Ijjjj)button. Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button. NOTICE NOTICE During programmed SKIP button and operate the repeat play during playback. ? the program number. Select the desired track on the disc with DISC goes out. During playback You change Press the PROGRAM/MEMORY button to that "REPEAT" in the ? the random play, you can play repeatedly an entire disc (REPEAT 1 DISC) or all discs (REPEAT ALL DISC). During the repeat one track play (REPEAT 1), if you press the RANDOM button, the repeat play is ? cancelled. -14- The DISC SKIP button does not programmed play. Random play cannot programmed play. be done operate during during TAPE PLAYBACK Basic Play Recording Your unit has either the auto reverse RECORDING function) or auto Connected stop deck (without auto deck(OPTIONAL). stop deck, it has not ? ? Press the TAPE button. ? Press the / button to open the cassette holder a tape exposed side down. 2. and insert Press the k PLAY PLAY (j played back. played back. By pressing the DIRECTION button during playback, the side can be changed. If your unit has the auto stop deck (without auto reverse function), only the side facing you can be played back. Deck B: Both of the side To stop playback Press the § /¡ª button of the it or can stops automatically PAUSE button. To play, press resume To fast forward or it 3. Press the ?REC button to start recording. The kPLAY button is depressed simultaneously. When recording from a CD, playing and recording start simultaneously from the first track. at the end again. rewind stop mode, press the jj or kk button, and then press the § /¡ªbutton to stop winding. When the end of a tape is reached, the jj kk buttons are automatically released. In the of Get ready for the source to be recorded. To record from a CD Press the CD button and load a disc and then play it. To record from a radio broadcast Press the TUNER/BAND button and tune in to a station. To record from the connected source Press the AUX button and play it. tape. To pause Press the recording starts. only one side on 2. be be can Wind up the tape to the point Note that recording is done the tape. Use only normal tapes. Insert the tape to be recorded on into deck A and push the cassette holder to close it. Press the / ST/EJ button to open the cassette holder. Insert the tape with the side to be recorded on facing you and the exposed side down. button to start k;optional) playback. Playback side of the tape Deck A: Only the side facing you or 1. Push the cassette holder to close it. 3. CD, Radio Equipment. a Preparation reverse If your unit has the auto DIRECTION button and PLAY MODE button. 1. from To stop recording Press the / ST/EJ button. , To the change optional) playback side Press the DIRECTION button B (deck only To pause recording Press the II PAUSE button. To resume recording, press it and again. To record selected tracks of the CD Before pressing the REC button, program the tracks (refer to the explanation for the CD function). during playback. ? To select the optional) For playing reverse both sides mode once (deck B ? playing both sides When playback side is played . release the repeatedly, button to select starts from the back back once and is selected. 1. 2. 3. . side, the back stops when When both deck A and deck B playback To erase a recording A previous recording is erased when is made on that part of that tape. the only, depress button to select For and only are 4. set in the mode a new recording Insert the tape you want to erase into deck A. Press the TAPE button. Wind up the tape to the point where the erasure is to be started. Press the REC button on deck A to start ? erasure. Deck B is heard. Continuous CD Play After the tape is in deck B has been played back sides and stops, the tape in deck A will start to play. 1. Insert 2. Press the TAPE button. 3. on both tapes into decks A and B. Depress the (PLAY MODE) button compartment again. to select If your unit has the auto reverse function), skip this 4. Press the k start PLAY(j stop deck (without step. PLAY k) button on 3 auto 4 deck B to playback. 5. Press the II PAUSE button As soon as kPLAY button on on Synchro Recording The CD synchro recording function dubs a complete CD automatically on a cassette. 1. Press CD function button. 2. Open the CD compartment with the OPEN/ CLOSE button, insert a CD and close the CD 5 deck A and press the deck A. Insert a blank cassette into the Record/playback Deck A. Press the ?REC button of Record/playback Deck A. If you wish to end recording, press the / button of Deck A and press the CD CLEAR/STOP( the tape in deck B ends and stops, the pause mode for deck A is released and playback starts )button. When you press only the / button of DECK A. Recording is interrupted and you can exchange for another (new) tape. automatically. -15- KARAOKE NOTES ? recording from CD, if you press only the a is Recording for another During CD interrupted and you (new) tape. synchro recording, if PLAY button of deck ? Karaoke ST/EJ button of deck A. / ? it away from the unit. or move When can exchange You can sing microphone to you press the B, it will be changed from to Tape to a ? Wind up the tape to the point Note that recording is done You the ? of tape. Use only normal Press the TAPE button. Insert the one 3. Adjust the VOLUME and tone of the 4. Adjust the MIC volume and ECHO volume. using Insert the and facing 3. you and the exposed Insert the to be recorded on 6. Press the ?REC button deck A. on Press the k B to start ? Playing To and microphone on recording turn off the MIC or from the MIC socket. microphone through the microphone is extremely When you have MIC socket while pluged the microphone in the operating of the DSP surround surround effect is automatically turned off. ? We recommend that you use the microphone after you have turned off the optional Magic Treble Booster. Useful Functions for Karaoke depressed k) button on deck Karaoke sources. as or According tapes to be used for to the source, select a follows. deck A is released. start When simultaneously. using ordinary CDs or tapes, use the VOCAL FADER function. stop recording on When both deck A and deck using multi audio discs or tapes, use the MULTIPLEX function. B. NOTES ? If sound function Press the / ST/EJ buttons ? the remove sound, the DSP deck A. deck A is PLAY (j recording. The II PAUSE button the This unit enables CDs PLAY source. case, turn the MIC volume and ECHO volume control toward simultaneously. 7. from each MIN. on on recording loud, it may be distorted. In this at Press the II PAUSE button The PLAY￠" button a volume and ECHO volume control. ? high speed, press the HI-SPEED DUBBING button (Button ON). HISP indicator appears in the display. To dub at normal speed, press the HI-SPEED DUBBING button again (Button OUT). HI-SP indicator disappears in the display. 5. with If the microphone is set too near the speaker, a howling sound may be produced. In this case, move the microphone away from the speaker or decrease the sound level by using the MIC ? playback side of the tape by pressing the k PLAY (j PLAY k) button and wind up the tape with the jj or kk button. dubbing speed. a complete cassette mixing NOTES B, and wind Check the To dub of Set the MIC volume control to MIN side down. into deck original tape point to be played Select sound source. into deck A. back. up to the Press the / ST/EJ button to open the cassette holder and insert the tape with the exposed side down. 4. microphone When not tape with the side a sound. Press the / ST/EJ button to open the cassette holder. tape for mixed, and play it. procedure on microphones of the function buttons to select the Follow the to be recorded MIC or to be source 1. to the MIC 1 source To record the tapes. 2. microphone connect up to two can Press 2. recording starts. only one side a duet. Tape on by connecting source 2 socket. Preparation ? music the unit. Connect your 1. automatically to the tape dubbing mode. During CD synchro recording, after the CD is stopped you can change to the another function. Recording Mixing Recording You cannot change the speed during normal or high dubbing. During dubbing, noise may be recorded on the tape if a TV is on. If that happens, turn off the TV You can with the KARAOKE functions record while Therefore, you can using these functions. also record with the VOCAL FADER and MULTIPLEX effect. Refer to the "RECORDING" -16- explanation section. Vocal Fader Function You can obtain Multiplex Function simulated Karaoke effect a the singer's voice on ordinary than the accompaniment. discs or You by making tapes softer The Press the VOCAL FADER button once V/FADER and up in the display, so that play the display again so ? with the Those with goes out. in VOCAL mode. MPX button once for setting the mode, and the KARAOKE indicator lights mode, and the a kinds of CDs following monaural Those recorded with Those with the vocal or output through both speakers part is output through play the source. again for setting the VOCAL VOCAL indicator lights up in the display. correctly - is up in the display. Then Press the MPX button that The VOCAL FADER function does not work - the KARAOKE NOTICE - part of multi To set the MULTIPLEX function To cancel the VOCAL FADER function ? speakers Press V/FADER in the Karaoke to mute the vocal tapes. accompaniment both source. Press the VOCAL FADER button or in KARAOKE mode. The vocal To set the VOCAL FADER function lights enjoy can audio discs To cancel the MULTIPLEX function. tapes. or Press the MPX button recording. the strong echoes. part recorded on the right display once more so Usable multi audio discs and left side of the sound width. that VOCAL in goes out. tapes for the MULTIPLEX function While the VOCAL FADER function is turned on, the sound source is heard as monaural, even if it The MULTIPLEX function works is recorded in stereo. on multi audio discs and the right appropriately for tapes which have the vocal part channel and the accompaniment on the left channel. IMPORTANT NOTES: Keep certainly the VOCAL FADER OFF when not using to the karaoke function. state ? The MULTIPLEX function works not for TUNER and AUX functions. ? During using the MULTIPLEX function, if you change to the TUNER or AUX function, the MULTIPLEX function is automatically turned off. (i.e. it is automatically changed to the initial STEREO mode) IMPORTANT: to the STEREO Keep certainly ? During each multiplex play play Mode Stereo CD Karaoke CD or or Tape CD the normal play mode. KARAOKE (L) (L-MONO) STEREO Stereo 1. 2. Multiplex during mode Software Regular Tape mode 1. 2. Play Left-channel VOCAL(R) (R-MONO) Play only (Mono) Right-channel Play only (Mono) Left-Speaker: Karaoke Play Right-Speaker: Vocal Play Karaoke Vocal Left-Speaker: Main Language Right-Speaker: Sub Language Main Play only Language (Karaoke + "A" Language) -17- Sub Play only Language (Karaoke + "B" Language) Timer ? Sleep Setting With the TIMER function you can have the radio automatically turned on and off at the time To check the time: 1. is set before set the time program. To To select select a desired pressed see by pressing 90 minutes. the PRESET Each time the button is / button. If the radio stations are nothing in memory, these steps are automatically skipped and you operate cotinuously from 5 step; In this case, it will be 80...70...etc. played the radio broadcasting that is Select the desired time to turn off. 2. To check the remaining time until the power is turned off. received before turn off the unit. While the 4 Press the SET button. 5. To programme the time to switch on: You can see ON in the display. The hour ON) display pressed the time interval by 10 minutes. i.e. before it turns off is reduced 3 and 4 can the time until the power is turned specify display you can SLEEP and 90 for about 5 seconds. This means that the units turns off automatically after for about 2 preset number. desired station a control) Press the SLEEP button. In the the TIMER button seconds. 3 the remote off. To activate the timer: Keep only sleep timer is used, the power is automatically turned off after the specified time has elapsed. Press the CLOCK button and check the time that 2. Setting with When the desired. 1. Timer (Operating sleep function is active press the briefly. The time remaining until is displayed for about 3 seconds. SLEEP button turns off (with it flashes. NOTE: If you press the SLEEP button while the displayed, the SLEEP time is set again. sleep time is AM 3. OR To cancel the sleep timer mode If you wish to stop the function press the SLEEP button repeatedly until 10 appears, and then press the SLEEP button Select the time to turn on (hours) / buttons and confirm with the SET button. Auto Function Select The minutes flash in the Select the time to turn display. on (minutes) with the TUNING / buttons and confirm with the SET button. 6 This unit has Programme as the time to switch off in the the time to turn I.e. if same a CD: Press the TIMER button. symbol in the display. time, if you press the TIMER button once setting is cancelled. Each time the TIMER button is pressed you can select the timer setting or cancel. You can also confirm the timer setting. again, 8. system for operation (e.g. radio reception), for the following PLAY/PAUSE functions: (k/II) RANDOM, DISC SELECTOR buttons To activate the timer: the timer function is in applies RADIO: can see auto function select (CD playback) directly, the unit automatically switches to the new function (CD playback). OR At this an System function on. This You while 10 is and you wish to switch to another (e.g. CD playback), all you have to do is select the desired AM 7 again various functions. To programmme the time to turn off: OFF now appears in the display. way once displayed. with the TUNING the timer Turn the unit off. -18- PRESET / buttons SPECIFICATIONS AMP SECTION ? Output Power (6Ω 2ch, T.H.D 10%) Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio GENERAL : 50W+50W ? ? ? : 20-30,000Hz ? : 86dB ? TUNER SECTION ? ? ? Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono/Stereo) 98MHz Frequency Response : 87.5-108MHz : 10.7MHz : 65/60dB : 40-14,000Hz ? ? or 530-1,610kHz (optional) Intermediate Frequency Frequency Response 450kHz : 80Hz-2,300Hz ? ? Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio (200kHz) ? ? Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to-Noise Ratio(11kHz) : 86dB/W(1m) ? Rated lnput Power Max. Input Power Dimensions (net) : 55W Weight (net) : 210(W) x 325(H) x 290(D) mm 3.7kg MAGIC TREBLE BOOSTER : 35dB (FE-M500SE, OPTIONAL) ? Sound Pressure Level : 89dB/W(1m) : 5.8-18.0MHz ? Rated : 55W : 450kHz ? : 35dB ? lnput Power Max. Input Power Dimensions (net) Weight (net) : ? 150sec Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio Channel separation : 125-8,000Hz : 45dB : 35dB : 40-18,000Hz : 78dB : 78dB (C-60) * CD SECTION ? 110W : 153-281kHz : Frequency Response Signal-to-Noise Ratio Dynamic Range : 450kHz FF, REW Time ? 60Hz-20,000Hz : ? ? : : ? ? Bass Reflex Sound Pressure Level ? DECK SECTION ? : ? ? SW(OPTIONAL) ? Type :6Ω ? : LW(OPTIONAL) ? 8.5kg Impedance Frequency Range ? Tuning Range:530--1,720kHz, 522-1,611kHz 275x325x340mm 3Way3 Speakers System MW(AM) ? : the unit. (FE-M500E, OPTIONAL) ? ? Requirements panel of Dimensions(WxHxD): : Weight MAIN SPEAKER SYSTEM FM ? Power Refer to the back , -19- : 110W : 250(W) x 72(H) x 202(D) mm 700g NOTE:Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.