Samsung MX-C870 User's manual

Samsung MX-C870 User's manual
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Safety Warnings
ENG
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER(OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol indicates “dangerous voltage” inside CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
the product that presents a risk of electric shock SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
or personal injury.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates important instructions
accompanying the product.
WARNING
CAUTION
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely
attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
• Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and
no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on
the apparatus.
CLASS 1
KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1
KLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASER PRODUKT
LASER LAITE
LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LÁSER CLASE 1
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This product is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
DANGER
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM. (FDA 21 CFR)
CAUTION
• CLASS 3B VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN. AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM (IEC
60825-1)
• THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS
OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. DO NOT OPEN
COVER AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Section
820~40 of the NEC which 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.
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Important Safety Instructions
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow all the safety instructions listed
below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
1). Read these instructions.
2). Keep these Instructions.
3). Heed all warnings.
4). Follow all instructions.
5). Do not use this apparatus near water.
6). Clean only with dry cloth.
7). Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
8). Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifi ers) that produce heat.
9). Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fi t into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10).Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11).Only use attachment/accessories specifi ed by the manufacturer.
12).Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specifi ed
by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
13).Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
14).Refer all servicing to qualifi ed service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such
as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
ENG
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Precautions
ENG
• Ensure that the AC power supply in your house complies with the identification sticker located on the
back of your product.
• Install your product horizontally, on a suitable base (furniture), with enough space around it for ventilation
(3~4 inches).
• Do not place the product on amplifiers or other equipment which may become hot.
Make sure the ventilation slots are not covered.
• Do not stack anything on top of the product.
• Before moving the product, ensure the Disc Insert Hole is empty.
• In order to disconnect the product completely from the power supply, remove the AC plug from the wall
outlet, especially when left unused for a long period of time.
•During thunderstorms, disconnect the AC plug from the wall outlet. Voltage peaks due to
lightning could damage the product.
•Do not expose the product to direct sunlight or other heat sources. This could lead to
overheating and malfunction of the product.
• Protect the product from moisture, and excess heat or equipment creating strong magnetic
or electric fields (i.e. speakers.).
•Disconnect the power cable from the AC supply if the product malfunctions.
•Your product is not intended for industrial use. Use of this product is for personal use only.
•Condensation may occur if your product or disc has been stored in cold temperatures. If
transporting the product during the winter, wait approximately 2 hours until the product has
reached room temperature before using.
•The batteries used with this product contain chemicals that are harmful to the environment.
Do not dispose of batteries in the general household trash.
What’s Included
Check for the supplied accessories below.
POWER
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
ON/OFF
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
A-B
RIPPING
MUTE
RDS PTY
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
MO/ST
FM Antenna
User's Manual
Spacers (Middle part 8 EA /Outside part 8 EA)
(MX-C870 only)
Back bracket 2 EA /Screws 8 EA
(MX-C870 only)
DSP/EQ
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
Remote Control/Batteries (AAA size)
• Figures and illustrations in this User Manual are provided for reference only and may differ from actual product appearance.
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Thank you for buying this SAMSUNG mini-compact system.
Contents
Please take time to read these instructions.
They will allow you to operate your system with ease and take full advantage of its features.
ENG
Safety Warnings...................................................................................................................................................................................... . 2
Important Safety Instructions................................................................................................................................................................. . 3
Precautions.............................................................................................................................................................................................. . 4
What’s Included....................................................................................................................................................................................... . 4
Installing Your Mini-Compact System.................................................................................................................................................... . 6
Front Panel View....................................................................................................................................................................................... . 6
Rear Panel View(MX-C830) ...................................................................................................................................................................... . 7
Rear Panel View(MX-C850) ...................................................................................................................................................................... . 7
Rear Panel View(MX-C870) ...................................................................................................................................................................... . 7
Remote Control......................................................................................................................................................................................... . 8
Where to Install Your Mini-Compact System.............................................................................................................................................. . 8
Connecting your System to the Power Supply.......................................................................................................................................... . 9
Inserting Remote Control Batteries............................................................................................................................................................ . 9
Connecting the Speakers.......................................................................................................................................................................... . 9
Connecting to an External Source............................................................................................................................................................. .10
Connecting the FM Antenna...................................................................................................................................................................... .10
DISPLAY function...................................................................................................................................................................................... .11
Setting the Clock....................................................................................................................................................................................... .11
CD/MP3/WMA-CD-Player
Loading and Changing Compact Discs.....................................................................................................................................................
To play the CD/MP3/WMA-CD . ..............................................................................................................................................................
Selecting a CD in the Disc changer...........................................................................................................................................................
Selecting a Track.......................................................................................................................................................................................
Searching a Track/Folder Quickly..............................................................................................................................................................
Searching for a Specific Music Passage on a CD......................................................................................................................................
Repeating One or All Tracks on the Compact Discs..................................................................................................................................
A-B Repeat Playback................................................................................................................................................................................
Function to skip through 10 tracks at a time ............................................................................................................................................
Programming the Order of CD Playback...................................................................................................................................................
Checking or Changing Programmed CD Tracks........................................................................................................................................
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1
.12
.13
.13
.13
.13
.14
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.15
TAPE
Listening to a Cassette Tape..................................................................................................................................................................... 1
.5
Recording on a Cassette Tape.................................................................................................................................................................. .16
USB
Playing USB ............................................................................................................................................................................................. .16
Recording Function................................................................................................................................................................................... .18
Recording Speed ..................................................................................................................................................................................... .19
RADIO
Searching for and Storing the Radio Stations............................................................................................................................................ .19
Selecting a Stored Station......................................................................................................................................................................... .20
Improving Radio Reception....................................................................................................................................................................... .20
Other Functions
Timer Function.......................................................................................................................................................................................... .21
Cancelling the Timer.................................................................................................................................................................................. .21
Mute Function........................................................................................................................................................................................... .22
Selecting DSP/EQ Mode........................................................................................................................................................................... .22
Party Function........................................................................................................................................................................................... .22
GIGA SOUND function.............................................................................................................................................................................. .22
Stacking the Speakers (MX-C870 Only) .................................................................................................................................................. .23
Speaker Stack function (MX-C870 Only)................................................................................................................................................... .23
Setting the System to Switch off Automatically.......................................................................................................................................... .24
Connecting Headphones........................................................................................................................................................................... .24
Connecting the Microphone...................................................................................................................................................................... .24
Recommendations for Use
Safety Precautions.................................................................................................................................................................................... .25
Cleaning Your Mini-Compact System........................................................................................................................................................ .25
Precautions When Using Compact Discs.................................................................................................................................................. .25
Precautions When Using Audio Cassettes................................................................................................................................................. .25
Before Contacting the After-Sales Service................................................................................................................................................. .26
Technical Specifications............................................................................................................................................................................. .27
Symbols
Important
Note
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Front Panel View
ENG
37
36
35
34
33
32
1
31
2
30
29
3
28
4
27
5
26
6
25
7
24
23
* MX-C830
/MX-C850 only
22
SPEAKER
STACK
8
9
21
10
20
11
19
SPEAKER
STACK
18
12 13
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Compact Disc Compartment
Standby/On button
Search/Tuning button
CD button
TUNER button
TAPE button
STOP button
SPEAKER STACK button
(MX-C870 only)
DEMO & DISPLAY button
(MX-C830/MX-C850 only)
DELETE button
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
RETURN button
ENTER button
PHONES Jack
AUX IN Jack
USB Jack 1
USB Jack 2
MIC Jack
MIC VOL knob
Cassette Deck
REC TO TAPE button
REC TO USB button
REC SPEED button
14
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
15
16
17
PARTY button
Cassette Door OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY/PAUSE button
AUX button
USB 2 button
USB 1 button
Search/Tuning button
Volume Knob
Tuning/Jog Control
GIGA SOUND button
Display
OPEN/CLOSE button
34.
35.
36.
37.
DISC 3 button
DISC 2 button
DISC 1 button
DISC CHANGE button
◆◆ All those pictures of the Front panel are based on MODEL: MX-C870
◆◆ You can also use the RIPPING button on the remote control instead of the REC TO USB button on the main unit.
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Rear Panel View (MX-C830)
ENG
1. FM Antenna Connector Terminal
FM ANT
1
FRONT
LED
SPEAKERS OUT
(IMPEDANCE3Ω)
2. LED Terminals of the Front Speakers
3. Speaker Connector Terminals
2
3
Rear Panel View (MX-C850)
1. FM Antenna Connector Terminal
2. LED Terminals of the Front Speakers
3. Speaker Connector Terminals
FM ANT
1
FRONT
LED
2
SUBWOOFER
2.1CH SPEAKERS OUT
FRONT
3
IMPEDANCE FRONT : 3Ω
SUBWOOFER : 4Ω
Rear Panel View (MX-C870)
1. FM Antenna Connector Terminal
FM ANT
1
2. LED Terminals of the Front Speakers/Subwoofer
3. Speaker Connector Terminals
2
3
➣➣ All those pictures of the Rear panel are based on
MODEL: MX-C870
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Remote Control
ENG
1
2
3
POWER
11
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
MUTE
RIPPING
TIMER
ON/OFF
A-B
RDS PTY
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
12
13
14
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
31
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
VOL
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
1.
POWER
2.
DISPLAY
3.
FUNCTION
4.
TIMER ON/OFF
5.
REPEAT
6.
RIPPING
(The same function as the REC TO USB button on
the main unit)
7.
MUTE
8. +10
9.
Skip and Search
*
10. Fast-Rewind
11. STOP
12. GIGA
13. ENTER
22
21
20
19
15. MO/ST
18
18. VOLUME +
14. VOLUME -
16. TUNING/ALBUM
17. TUNING MODE
19. DSP/EQ
20. TUNING/ALBUM
15
MO/ST
TUNING /ALBUM
17
TUNING
MODE
21. Fast-Forward
22. PLAY
16
23. PAUSE
24. TAPE REC
25. PARTY
26. REPEAT A-B
27. SLEEP
28. TIMER/CLOCK
29. DISC SKIP
30. RIPPING SPEED
31. OPEN/CLOSE
* This product (MX-C830/MX-C850/MX-C870) is not used the RDS PTY and RDS DISPLAY function printed the [, ] button above.
Where to Install Your Mini-Compact System
To take full advantage of your new mini-compact system, follow these installation instructions before connecting the unit.
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
Install the system on a flat, stable surface.
Never place this unit on carpeting.
Never place this unit in an outdoor area.
Maintain an open space of approximately 6 inches (15 cm) on the sides and rear of the system, for ventilation purposes.
Make sure that you have enough room to open the compact disc compartment easily.
Place the Speakers at a reasonable distance on either side of the system to ensure good stereo sound.
Direct the Speakers towards the listening area.
For optimum performance, make sure that both speakers are placed at an equal distance above the floor.
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Connecting your System to the Power Supply
Connecting the Speakers
efore plugging your system into a main socket, you must check the
☛☛ Bvoltage.
The Speakers connector terminals are located on the rear of the system.
11
22
11
Plug the main unit's power cord into the AC power supply.
Press the STANDBY/ON (
system on.
◆◆ Left speaker (marked L)
◆◆ Right speaker (marked R)
) button to turn your mini-compact
ENG
To
achieve the correct sound quality, connect those speaker connector cables to
the speaker connector terminals of the system.
MX-C830
SPEAKERS OUT
(IMPEDANCE3Ω)
Front
Speaker (R)
SPEAKERS OUT
(IMPEDANCE3Ω)
Front
Speaker (L)
L
R
SPEAKERS OUT
R (IMPEDANCE3Ω)
L
Rear panel
L
R
MX-C850
Inserting Remote Control Batteries
2.1CH SPEAKERS OUT
11
22
lace your thumb on the position marked + on the battery compartment cover
P
(rear of the remote control) and pull the cover in the direction of the arrow.
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R
R
L
Front
Speaker (L)
L
IMPEDANCE FRONT : 3Ω
IMPEDANCE FRONT : 3ΩL
SUBWOOFER
SUBWOOFER
: 4Ω : 4Ω
R
IMPEDANCEpanel
FRONT : 3Ω
Rear
SUBWOOFER : 4Ω
Insert two AAA, LR03 or equivalent batteries, taking care to respect the
polarities:
◆◆ + on the battery on
◆◆ – on the battery on
2.1CH SPEAKERS OUT
2.1CH SPEAKERS OUT
FRONT
Front
Speaker (R)
SUBWOOFER
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
When replacing the batteries, use a new set of batteries and never mix
☛☛ alkaline
and manganese batteries.
FRONT
◆◆ Purchase the mini-compact system
◆◆ Find that the remote control is no longer operating correctly
SUBWOOFER
Subwoofer
Insert or replace remote control batteries when you:
MX-C870
in the battery compartment
in the battery compartment
Replace the cover by sliding it back until it clicks into position.
◆◆ If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove
the batteries to prevent corrosion.
◆◆ The remote control can be used up to approximately 23 feet (7
meters) in a straight line. It can also be operated at a horizontal angle of
up to 30° from the remote control sensor.
Rear
Speaker(R)
Rear
Speaker(L)
Subwoofer
(R)
Subwoofer
(L)
Front
Speaker (R)
Front
Speaker (L)
Rear panel
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onnect the LED cables of the Front Speakers/Subwoofer to each LED
C
Terminals of the system.
◆◆ You can enjoy the special light effect on your speakers.
MX-C830/MX-C850
Front
Speaker
FRONT
LED
Front
Speaker
Rear panel
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FRONT
LED
FM
RADIO ANT
FM
Connecting the Speakers
ENG
Connecting the FM Antenna
MX-C870
Front
Speaker
Subwoofer
SW LED
FRONT
LED
How to connect a COAXIAL TYPE antenna.
◆◆ Connect a 75Ω antenna to the FM antenna terminal.
◆◆ Plug the connector on the FM antenna supplied into the coaxial socket (75Ω)
marked FM on the rear of the system.
◆◆ Follow the instructions given on Page 20 to tune into a radio station, and
determine the best position for the antenna.
Front
Speaker
Rear panel
AM
RADIO ANT
AM
FM
FM
RADIO ANT
FM
* Use the cable tie on the rear panel so that the LED cables are not loose.
11
lace the LED cables on
P
the cable tie of the rear
panel.
22
FM Antenna (supplied)
Cap
◆◆ If reception is poor, you may need to install an outdoor antenna.
To do so, connect an outdoor FM antenna to the FM socket on the rear of
the system using a 75Ω coaxial cable (not supplied).
ress the cap on the
P
cable tie to reveal the
hole.
AM
Rear panel
RADIO ANT
AM
FM
Cable tie
FM
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RADIO ANT
FM
Bend
the end of the cable tie and put it into the hole to tighten up.
75Ω Coaxial Cable (not supplied)
FM
RADIO ANT
FM
Connecting to an External Source
AUX : Front Panel
Audio Cable
(not supplied)
AUDIO OUT
Connecting an External Component/MP3 player
Components such as an MP3 Player
11
22
Connect AUX IN on the front panel of the MINI COMPACT to the Audio
Out of the external component/MP3 player.
Press the AUX button to select the AUX input.
You can select AUX by pressing the FUNCTION button on the remote
control.
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is WMA?
➣➣ What
WMA means Windows Media Audio, the global standard for audio
Setting the Clock
signal compression technology.
is MP3?
➣➣ What
MP3 means MPEG1 Layer 3, the global standard for audio
signal compression technology. It uses digital compression
technology to compress original sound data by up to 12 times
without sound quality degradation.
➣➣ File Compatibility
◆◆ The unit will playback files created in MP3 format
(Mpeg1.Layer3) with *.mp3 as their extension, and some WMA
files with .WMA extension can’t be playback.
◆◆ Playback of MP2 or 22KHz file is not supported.
many MP3 files can a CD-R or CD-RW disc record?
➣➣ How
The maximum capacity of one CD-R or CD-RW disc is 680MB.
Normally, one MP3 file has a capacity of 4MB, therefore
approximately 170 files can be recorded on a single disc.
➣➣
Your system is equipped with a clock which allows you to turn it on and
off automatically.
You should set the clock:
◆◆ When you first purchase the mini-compact system
◆◆ After a power failure
◆◆ After unplugging the unit
step, you have a few seconds to set the required options.
☛☛ IfForyoueach
exceed this time, you must start again.
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22
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Regarding the playback of CD-R/RW
◆◆ In the case of an original CD-R(Recordable) recorded in audio
CD format, CD-RW(Rewritable) and editing by the user,
playback is processed on the respective completed status. (In
some cases, due to the disc's characteristics and its recording
status, playback may not be available.)
◆◆ The CD-RW is comparably less reflexive than CD which
causes more time delay to read.
44
Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
) button.
ress the ENTER (
P
Result: The hour flashes.
To..
Press the TUNING/ALBUM button.
55
hen the correct hour is displayed, press the ENTER (
W
Result: The minutes flash.
RIPPING
FUNCTION DISPLAY
To..
77
Each time you press the DISPLAY button on the remote control or the
DEMO & DISPLAY button on the main unit (MX-C830/MX-C850 only), the
display mode will change as follows:
ED OFF
◆◆ L
The LED is turned off while the dimmer function is working.
RIPPINGor the Tuning/Jog Control
◆◆ You can also use the [, ] buttons
FUNCTION
DISPLAY
DISC
SKIP button
or
on the main
unit
TUNING/ALBUM
RDS
PTY to instead
+10 of theSPEED
RDS DISPLAY
in step 4, 6.
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
REPEAT
TUNING
A-B/ALBUM
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
MUTE
RIPPING
RIPPING
+10
PARTY
DSP/EQ
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
VOL
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
MO/ST
GIGA
ON/OFF
SLEEP
ON/OFF
REPEAT
GIGA
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
SLEEP
) button.
A-B
POWER
RDS
VOL PTY
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
time, evenRIPPING
when you are
using
◆◆ You can see the
TAPE
RECanother function, by
MUTE
pressing the TIMER/CLOCK once.
MUTE
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
When the correct time is displayed, press the ENTER (
PARTY
REPEAT
Result: The clock
will be set. REPEAT
lock ON
◆◆ C
The Clock you set is displayed.
ED/Display ON POWER
◆◆ L
All Display and LED are turned on.
DISC SKIP
ON/OFF
he Demo function
◆◆ T
All functions available on the system appear on the front panel display.
he Dimmer function
◆◆ T
The Dimmer function is selected and the display darkens.
SPEED
) button.
Press the TUNING/ALBUM button.
Increase the minutes
TIMER
Decrease the minutes
You can view all functions available on the display, adjust the brightness
of the display and select the Display/LED either on or off.
) button.
ress the TIMER/CLOCK button twice.
P
Result: CLOCK is displayed.
Increase the hours........................
POWER
Decrease the hours......................
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DISPLAY function
ENG
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
DSP/EQ
MODE
A-B
RDS PTY
+10
TAPE REC
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
VOL
MO/ST
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
DSP/EQ
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Loading and Changing Compact
Discs
ENG
The CD disc changer can contain up to three 5 inches or 3 1/2 inches
compact discs without using an adapter.
Never force the compact disc carrousel when opening and
☛☛ closing
the compartment.
➣
➣ Always treat your compact discs with care; refer, if necessary, to the
section entitled “Precautions When Using Compact Discs” on page 25 .
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Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
This is a player that enables the playback of audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW and
MP3/WMA-CD.
use CDs of irregular shapes like heart or octagon shapes.
☛
☛ DTheo notperformance
of the player may be degraded.
Never press down or place objects on the carrousel.
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22
To play the CD/MP3/WMA-CD
) button.
Press the Open/Close ( ^ ) button on the main unit.
Result: The compartment opens.
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Insert one or more CDs, or MP3/WMA-CD in each holder of the compact .
disc compartment.
Result: Playback starts automatically.
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Close the compartment by pressing the Open/Close ( ^ ) button again.
Result: Playback starts automatically.
<CD/MP3/WMA-CD Playback Display>
You can load or unload compact discs when the radio, USB or
➣➣ auxiliary
source function is selected, and when you press the
Open/Close ( ^ ) button, all of the other functions will be
changed to the CD/MP3 mode.
Playtime Indicator
Track Indicator
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◆◆ Keep the compartment closed whenever you are not using it, to prevent dust from entering.
◆◆ Do not use force when closing the Compact Disc Compartment, as
it may cause damage to the the Compact Disc Compartment.
.
◆◆ If more than one CD or MP3/WMA-CD are inserted, they are
played back in order.
◆◆ Your CD Player will take a few moments to scan through all the
tracks recorded on a particular MP3/WMA-CD.
◆◆ The English name of the song may be indicated on the display only if
directly downloaded from the PC or if the purchased MP3/ WMA-CD is
sorted according to titles(directory). (Other languages besides English
may not be indicated.)
◆◆ Song title in English appears on the display only if the file has
been downloaded directly from a PC or purchased MP3/WMACD is sorted by titles (directory).
If you wish to load another compact disc, press the Disc Change
button on the main unit (or the Disc Skip button on the remote control).
Result: The carrousel rotates by 120°.
) button.
lace one disc in the front slots of the carrousel, with the label on the
P
discs facing upwards.
➣➣ To change or unload the compact disc changer, repeat step 2 to 5.
Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
ress the CD button on the main unit to select the CD function.
P
You can select CD/MP3 by pressing the FUNCTION button on the
remote control.
Check that the compact disc has been correctly inserted in the
☛☛ holder
before closing the compartment.
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At least one CD should be insreted before playing back.
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Adjust the volume.
◆◆ Turn the VOLUME knob.
◆◆ Press the VOL + or – button on the remote control.
The volume level can be adjust in 31 steps (VOLUME MIN, VOLUME
01- VOLUME 29, and VOLUME MAX).
To pause playback temporarily, press the p button on the main unit.
Press the p button again to continue playing the disc on the main unit.
To pause playback temporarily, press the PAUSE (#) button on the remote control.
Press the PLAY( ) button to continue playing the disc on the remote control.
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To stop playback, press the STOP (@) button.
POWER
◆◆ If there is not even one CD inserted in the CD tray, it is indicated as “NO DISC”.
function is not selected, 3 CDs automatic playback.
◆◆ If the CD Repeat
POWER
may vary depending on the
◆◆ The quality of MP3/WMA-CD playback
RIPPING
condition ofFUNCTION
the disc containing
music files
the condition of the
DISPLAY theSPEED
DISCorSKIP
recorder with which the disc was created.
◆◆ If different types of files or unnecessary
RIPPINGfolders are on the same disc,
you will haveFUNCTION
problems DISPLAY
with playback.
DISC SKIP
SPEED SLEEP
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
◆◆ When playing MP3/WMA-CD, LOADING ; FILE SEARCH is displayed.
ON/OFF
TIMER
REPEAT
ON/OFF
TIMER/CLOCK
REPEAT
SLEEP
PARTY
A-B
REPEAT
RIPPING
A-B
PARTY
TAPE REC
RIPPING
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
REPEAT
MUTE
MUTE
RDS PTY
+10
RDS PTY
+10
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
POWER
GIGA
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
PARTY
ON/OFF
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TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING /ALBUM
RDS DISPLAY
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DSP/EQ
VOL
VOL
VOL
VOL
MO/ST
TUNING /ALBUM
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Selecting a CD in the Disc changer
o select a specific disc, press the Disc Skip button on the remote con◆◆ T
trol, until the required disc indicator flashes.
Result: Each disc is selected.
or
ress the Disc 1, Disc 2 or Disc 3 button on the main unit to select a
◆◆ P
specific disc while the Compact Disc Compartment is closed.
◆◆ If the selected disc is not loaded, the next disc is played automatically.
◆◆ When the Compact Disc Compartment is opened or closed, if you press
and hold the Open/Close button on the main unit over 5 seconds until
“LOCK” is on the display, the Compact Disc Compartment will be locked.
In the case, you should press and hold the Open/Close button once
again on the main unit until “UNlock” is on the display, the Compact
Disc Compartment will be unlocked.
Searching a Track/Folder Quickly
You can select a track/folder directly without the [,] button.
ENG
CDDA
1. T
urn the Tuning/Jog Control left or right on the main unit to select a
desired track.
2. Press the ENTER button on the main unit.
◆◆ You can move to the selected track directly.
MP3/WMA CD
1. Turn the Tuning/Jog Control left or right on the main unit to move to
the previous/next folder.
◆◆ Your CD Player will take a few seconds to search the previous/next
folder.
◆◆ “SEARCHING” is displayed.
2. When the searching is done, you will see the previous/next folder name.
The track will start playing.
POWER
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
RIPPING
SPEED
DISC SKIP
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
PARTY
ON/OFF
REPEAT
Selecting a TrackA-B
MUTE
RIPPING
POWER
TAPE REC
Searching for a Specific
Music
RIPPING
PassageFUNCTION
on aDISPLAY
CD SPEED DISC SKIP
You can select the track you wish to listen to when a disc is playing.
To play theRDS
previous
PTY track
+10
RDS DISPLAY
Press the [ button within 6 seconds after the current track started playing.
Press the [ button twice at least 6 seconds after the current track is started.
To play the next track
Press the ] button.
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
When listening to a compact disc, you can quickly search for a specific
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
music passage on a track.
ON/OFF
To search through the tracks...
POWER
GIGA
DSP/EQ
To play the current track TUNING /ALBUM
Press the [ button 6 seconds later after the current track started playing.
To play the track of your choice RIPPING
DISPLAY
DISC SKIP
SPEED number
Press the [FUNCTION
or ] button
the appropriate
of times.
VOL use the [, ] button on the remote
VOLcontrol to select
◆◆ You can also
a track.
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
Forwards
Backwards
◆◆
REPEAT
A-B
MO/ST
MUTE
REPEAT
TUNING /ALBUM
A-B
RIPPING
RDS PTY
+10
PARTY
TUNING
TAPE MODE
REC
RDS DISPLAY
Press ...
PARTY
)
(
TAPE
MUTEhold the RIPPING
You can also press and
[,] button
on REC
the main unit to auto
search through the tracks.
RDS PTY
+10
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
ON/OFF
REPEAT
REPEAT
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
VOL
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
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TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
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Repeating One or All Tracks
on the Compact Discs
ENG
You can repeat indefinitely:
◆◆ You can program up to 24 tracks.
Press the REPEAT button.
Each time you press the REPEAT button, the repeat mode will change
as follows:
MP3: R
EPEAT OFF ; REPEAT TRACK ; REPEAT DIR ; REPEAT ALL ;
RANDOM
CD: REPEAT OFF ; REPEAT TRACK; REPEAT DISC ; RANDOM
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(This function is not available during playback of an MP3/WMA-CD.)
You can decide:
◆◆ The order of the track desired to listen
◆◆ The track not desired to listen
◆◆ A specific track on a compact disc.
◆◆ All tracks on the compact disc selected.
◆◆ All discs loaded in the carrousel
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Programming the Order of CD Playback
◆◆ You must stop the compact disc player before selecting the tracks.
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ON/OFF
REPEAT
REPEAT
RIPPING
(01 = Program No., -- = Track No.)
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◆◆ Press the [ button to move back through the tracks.
◆◆ Press the ] button to move forward through the tracks.
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PARTY
TAPE REC
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RDS PTY
+10
RDS DISPLAY
A-B Repeat Playback
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
You can repeatedly play back a designated section of a CD.
GIGAPOWER
DSP/EQ
TUNING
Press the REPEAT A-B button
at /ALBUM
the beginning of desired part.
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Select the required track by pressing the [, ] button:
Press the ENTER (
POWER
Press the PLAY (
programmed.
FUNCTION DISPLAY
SPEED
DISPLAY
DISC SKIP
To cancel theFUNCTION
selected tracks,
press SPEED
the the STOP
(@) button again.
the Compact Disc Compartment or turn off the
➣
➣ If you openTIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
power, the selection
is canceled.
ON/OFF
REPEAT
REPEAT
MUTE
RIPPING
A-B
VOL
RDS PTY
o cancel the REPEAT A-B function, press REPEAT A-B button again.
T
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
'REPEAT OFF' will be displayed.
REPEAT
POWER
REPEAT
TUNING /ALBUM
A-B
MUTE
+10
RDS DISPLAY
PARTY
TUNING
MODE
TAPE REC
RIPPING
RIPPING
FUNCTION DISPLAY
SPEED DISC SKIP
RDS PTY
+10
RDS DISPLAY
Function to skip through 10 tracks at a time
TIMER
TAPE REC
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
ON/OFF
MO/ST
PARTY
DISC SKIP
VOL
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) button to listen to the selected tracks in the order
button once.
To stop playing, press the STOP (@)RIPPING
RIPPING
ending of desired part.
Press the REPEAT A-B button at the
◆◆ REPEAT A-B will be displayed.
is displayed.
To select other tracks, repeat Steps 3 to 4.
◆◆ REPEAT A- will be displayed.
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) button to confirm your selection.
Result: The selection is stored and
A-B
MUTE
) button.
Press the ENTER (
Result: The following indications are displayed:
When you wish POWER
to stop the Repeat function, press the Repeat button
until REPEAT OFF is displayed.
◆◆ REPEAT OFF: Cancels Repeat Playback.
the selected track.
◆◆ REPEAT TRACK: Repeatedly plays
RIPPING
DISPLAYplaysSPEED
SKIPselected folder.
DIR: Repeatedly
all tracksDISC
in the
◆◆ REPEAT FUNCTION
◆◆ REPEAT ALL: Repeatedly plays all tracks.
◆◆ REPEAT DISC: Repeatedly plays the entire disc.
TIMERtracksTIMER/CLOCK
in random order.SLEEP
◆◆ RANDOM: Plays
If the CD function is selected, stop the player by pressing the STOP (@)
button.
TIMER/CLOCK
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
SLEEP
REPEAT
PARTY
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
VOL
ON/OFF
Press the +10 button
briefly while playing back a CD or an MP3/
WMA-CD. The 10 tracks after the current one will be played back.
REPEAT
Example: If you press the + 10 button during the track 2 playback, you
DSP/EQ
can listenGIGA
to the trackTUNING
12A-B
directly.
/ALBUM
➣➣ total tracks, it skips to the first track.
REC
MUTE
RIPPING
hen pressing the
W
+10 button
results in aTAPE
larger
track number than the .
RDS PTY
VOL
+10
MO/ST
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
RDS DISPLAY
VOL
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
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Checking or Changing Programmed
CD Tracks
You can check or change your selection of tracks at any time.
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Press the STOP (@) button once if you have started listening to the
selected tracks.
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Press the ENTER (
) button.
Result: The following indications are displayed:
Listening to a Cassette Tape
➣
➣ Always treat your cassettes with care; refer, if necessary, to the section
entitled “Precautions When Using Audio Cassettes” on page 25.
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(CH = Check, 01=Program No., -- = Track No.)
f you have already programmed 24 tracks, CH is displayed
➣➣ Iinstead
) button.
of PROG when you press the ENTER (
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Press the ENTER (
) button once or more times until the track to be
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POWER
Press the [ or ] button to change a programmed track.
Press the ENTER (
) button to confirm your change.
) button.
Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
elect TAPE by pressing the TAPE button on the main unit.
S
You can select TAPE by pressing the FUNCTION button on the remote
control.
Press OPEN/CLOSE (^) of the cassette deck to open the cassette
door and insert a cassette.
◆◆ Insert a cassette tape with the recording/playback side facing the
cassette holder, and then close the cassette deck.
ress the + button on the remote control or the p button on the main unit.
P
The cassette starts playing.
Press the ( or ) button if necessary.
◆◆ Rewind: Press the ( button.
◆◆ Fast-forward: Press the ) button.
changed is displayed.
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When you have finished playback, press the STOP (@) button.
RIPPING
Press the PLAY
( ) button
to startSPEED
listening DISC
to the
selected tracks.
FUNCTION
DISPLAY
SKIP
The first track selected is played.
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
PARTY
ON/OFF
REPEAT
A-B
MUTE
RIPPING
RDS PTY
+10
CD
POWER
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
OPEN/CLOSE
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
PARTY
ON/OFF
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
DSP/EQ
REPEAT
REPEAT
REC TO
USB
PARTY
REC TO
TAPE
A-B
MUTE
VOL
REC
SPEED
VOL
RDS PTY
RIPPING
PLAY
REC/PLAY
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
TUNING /ALBUM
MO/ST
TUNING
MODE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
MO/ST
DSP/EQ
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
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Recording on a Cassette Tape
ENG
Playing USB
You can record sound of the CD, the Radio Broadcasting or sound from
the external source(ex. AUX, USB) on the Cassette Tape.
You can play MP3/WMA files by connecting to various external USB
storage devices such as USB flash memory or HDD(Hard Disc drives).
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Switch the system on by pressing STANDBY/ON (
) button.
Insert a blank cassette tape in the Cassette Deck.
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L oad a Disc, adjust the Radio frequency or connect the
external source/USB device to the main unit.
CD (See page 12)
◆◆ Press the CD button on the main unit to select the CD function.
◆◆ Press the OPEN/CLOSE (^) button to open the Compact Disc
Compartment.
◆◆ Insert a CD and press the OPEN/CLOSE (^) button to close the
Compact Disc Compartment.
◆◆ Use the [ or ] button to select the desired song.
Connect the external USB storage device to the USB jack 1 or the USB
jack 2 of the main unit.
elect the USB mode by pressing the USB1 or USB 2 button on the
S
main unit.
You can select USB1 or USB2 by pressing the FUNCTION button on
the remote control.
◆◆ The first track of the first directory plays automatically.
◆◆ The play order is as below:
If you select USB1, USB1 ; USB2 ; STOP.
If you select USB2, USB2 ; STOP.
➣
➣ To stop playing
Press the Stop (@) button to stop playing.
➣➣
Tuner (See page 19)
◆◆ Press the TUNER button on the main unit to select the Radio function.
◆◆ Adjust the Radio frequency you want to record.
To remove the USB device
If you press the Stop (@) button once again, you can remove the USB
device safely.
USB Device (See page 16)
◆◆ Connect the external USB storage device to the USB jack 1 or the
USB jack 2 on the main unit.
◆◆ Press the USB 1 or USB 2 button on the main unit to select the
USB mode.
◆◆ Play a song on your USB device.
USB 1
USB 2
OR
External Source(See page 10)
◆◆ Connect an External Component/MP3 player to the main unit.
◆◆ Press the AUX button to select the AUX input.
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ress the REC TO TAPE button on the main unit or the TAPE REC
P
button on the remote control to start recording.
You can record a CD on a cassette tape in two different ways.
◆◆ Direct recording: If you want to start recording the selected track
directly, press the REC TO TAPE button.
◆◆ Synchronised recording:
- If you want to start recording from the current track, press and hold
the REC TO TAPE button while in Play/Pause mode.
- If you want to start recording from the first track of the CD disc,
press and hold the REC TO TAPE button while in Stop mode.
- W
hen CD Synchronized recording, just only the STOP, VOLUME
and POWER buttons can work.
- W
hen CD Synchronized recording, if you use the MIC, the MIC
voice will be recorded together.
-If you want to record MIC voice, connect the MIC Jack before
start recording.
CD
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POWER
To stop recording, press the STOP (@) button.
➣➣ When the TAPE recording, the DSP/EQ and GIGA SOUND functions
can not work and
automatically change to PASS.
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
PARTY
REC
SPEED
REC TO
USB
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
ON/OFF
REPEAT
PLAY
REC/PLAY
REPEAT
PARTY
A-B
MUTE
RDS PTY
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
◆◆ Do not connect a USB charging device to the USB connection port
on the main ON/OFF
unit, because it may cause damage to the product.
PARTY
REPEAT
a USB driveREPEAT
during the disc
playback, the current
◆◆ If you connect
track is paused for a while.
A-B
TAPE REC
RIPPING before
Please be awareMUTE
of the following
using USB.
◆◆ Some external USB storage devices may not be compatible with this
player.
RDS PTY
+10
RDS DISPLAY
◆◆ With the external HDD, the FAT format can be played, however, the
NTFS format can not.
to a separate power source.
◆◆ With the USB 2.0 HDD, connect
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
If it’s not connected to a separate power source, it may not work.
◆◆ If an external USB storage has more than one partition, files only from
the first partition can be played.
◆◆ DRM applied files
GIGAare not played.
DSP/EQ
Digital Rights Management TUNING
(DRM):/ALBUM
Technology and service that protect
the profit and rights of copyright owners by disallowing unauthorised use
of digital contents.
◆◆ Even if the file name ends with .mp3, the file does not play if the actual
file format is the MPEG layer 1 or 2.
◆◆ Do not use a USB hub as it will not be recognized.
VOL
VOL
◆◆ Up to 16 letters of the MP3/WMA file name will be shown.
Delay
◆◆ When selecting the USB function, file reading (READ-IN) may take
several minutes.
there /ALBUM
may be delay with advancing to the
◆◆ When playing a USB device,TUNING
next track, especially
MO/ST with USB external HDD device.
TUNING
The operation time of external USB storage devices
MODEwill vary; even when
they are of the same capacity.
◆◆ If the external USB storage device supports only USB VER1.1 and its
access speed is slow, file may not properly play back.
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
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RIPPING
REC TO
TAPE
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
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POWER
RIPPING
SPEED
FUNCTION DISPLAY
Selecting a Track from USB Device
DISC SKIP
You can select an MP3 file during the playback.
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
Before you begin!  Connect the external USB storage device to the USB jack
1 or the USB jack 2 of the main unit.
ON/OFF
 Select the USB mode by pressing the USB1 or USB 2
PARTY
REPEAT
REPEAT
button on the main unit.
A-B
MUTE
RIPPING
TAPE REC
You can select the track same as CD playback, refer to page 13.
RDS PTY
+10
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
To repeat
Before you begin! 
Connect the external USB storage device to the USB jack .
1 or the USB jack 2 of the main unit.
 Select the USB mode by pressing the USB1 or USB 2
button on the main unit.
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Press the REPEAT button.
Each time you press the REPEAT button, the repeat mode will change
as follows:
REPEAT OFF ; REPEAT TRACK ; REPEAT DIR ; REPEAT ALL ; RANDOM
POWER
When you wish to
stop the Repeat function, press the Repeat button
until REPEAT OFF is displayed.
◆◆ REPEAT OFF: Cancels Repeat Playback.
RIPPING
the selected track.
◆◆ REPEAT TRACK: Repeatedly plays
FUNCTION DISPLAY
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
DSP/EQ
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REPEAT
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
REPEAT
MUTE
RDS PTY
RIPPING
+10
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
DSP/EQ
Before you begin! 
POWER
Connect the external USB storage device to the USB jack
1 or the USB jack 2 of the main unit.
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
To use high speed
search
FUNCTION
DISPLAY
Before you begin!  Connect the external USB storage device to the USB jack .
1TIMER
or the USBTIMER/CLOCK
jack 2 of the main
unit.
SLEEP
 Select the USB mode by pressing the USB1 or USB 2
ON/OFF
button on the main unit.
REPEAT
PARTY
You can search the desired section quickly during the play.
A-B
TAPE REC
RIPPING
the (, )MUTE
button.
➣➣ PressWhenever
you press the button, you can search backward or
◆◆
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
To skip next 10 tracks
POWER
PARTY
A-B
hen the searching is done, you will see the previous/next folder name.
W
The track will start playing.
REPEAT
DISC SKIP
ON/OFF
Turn the Tuning/Jog Control left or right on the main unit or press the
VOL
VOL
TUNING/ALBUM button on the remote control to move to the
previous/next folder.
MO/ST
SPEED
◆◆ REPEAT DIR: Repeatedly plays all tracks in the selected folder.
◆◆ REPEAT ALL: Repeatedly plays all tracks.
TIMERtracks TIMER/CLOCK
in random order.SLEEP
◆◆ RANDOM: Plays
Searching a Folder Quickly
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ENG
 Select the USB mode by pressing the USB1 or USB 2
button on the mainRIPPING
unit.
VOL
FUNCTION DISPLAY
SPEED
VOL
DISC SKIP
Press the +10 button while playing back the file of the USB device.
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
press the + 10 button during the playback the
◆◆ Example: If you
ON/OFF
/ALBUM
track 2, you TUNING
can listen
to the track 12 directly.
MO/ST
REPEAT
REPEAT
TUNING
PARTY
a larger track
◆◆ When pressing the +10 button results inMODE
number than the total tracks,
A-B it skips to the first track.
MUTE
RIPPING
.
TAPE REC
forward quickly.
+10
RDS DISPLAY
search function, there is no sound.
☛☛ When you useRDSthePTYhigh speed
RDS PTY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
DSP/EQ
VOL
MO/ST
+10
TUNING
MODE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
MO/ST
DSP/EQ
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
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To delete a file
CD
You can delete a file on your USB device.
ENG
◆◆ “TRACK RECORDING” is displayed and CD recording starts.
◆◆ Press and hold the RIPPING button on the remote control to start
recording all tracks of Disc.
“FULL CD RECORDING” is displayed.
◆◆ If you record the MP3 CD, the file is copied into the USB device
totally.
“CHECK FILE” ; “FILE COPY” ; “COMPLETE” is displayed.
When the recording is done, “STOP” will be displayed.
◆◆ If there is the same file name, "CHECK FILE" ; "FILE EXISTED" is
displayed, and the function is canceled.
➣➣ This function only works in the USB jack 2 /USB 2 mode.
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Play a file you want to delete.
Press the DELETE button on the main unit.
Turn the Tuning/Jog Control left or right on the main unit to select YES.
◆◆ To cancel the selection, press the RETURN button on the main unit.
Press the ENTER button on the main unit.
◆◆ The selected file will be deleted.
Tuner/Cassette Tape/External Source
◆◆ “RECORDING” is displayed.
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Recording Function
You can record sound of the CD/Cassette Tape, the Radio Broadcasting
or sound from the external source into the USB storage device.
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Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
) button.
Connect the external USB storage device you want to record to the
USB jack 2 (
) of the main unit.
lay a Disc or a Cassette Tape, adjust the Radio frequency or connect .
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the external source to the main unit.
CD (See page 12)
o stop recording press the STOP (@) button, then it automatically
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creates and saves as an MP3 file.
T o remove the USB device safely, press the STOP (@) button once again.
After the recording, a directory named “RIPPING”(CD), “CD COPY”(MP3
CD), “TUNER RECORDING”, “TAPE RECORDING” or “AUX RECORDING”,
will be created in your device.
o not disconnect the USB or the AC Cord during the recording as this
◆◆ D
may cause file damage.
◆◆ If you disconnected USB device during the recording, the main unit
will be power off and you may not delete the recorded file, In this
case, please connect the USB device to the PC and backup the USB
data on the PC first and then format the USB device.
◆◆ When the USB memory is not enough, it will be displayed “NOT
ENOUGH MEMORY”.
◆◆ The recording works if the USB device or the HDD is formatted in the
FAT file system. (The NTFS file system is not supported.)
◆◆ When you use CD high speed search function, the CD recording
can’t work.
◆◆ Sometimes, the recording time may be longer with some USB
devices. (See page 16)
◆◆ In the program mode, you can't use the CD recording function. (See page 14)
◆◆ When the USB recording, the DSP/EQ and GIGA SOUND functions can
not work and automatically change to PASS.
◆◆ When the CD recording, the REPEAT function can not work and
automatically changes to OFF.
◆◆ Even if you use the MIC function during the CD recording, the
Microphone voice will not be recorded.
◆◆ You can not record the radio when searching or no available
frequencies in the Tuner mode.
◆◆ Press the CD button on the main unit to select the CD function.
◆◆ Press the OPEN/CLOSE (^) button to open the Compact Disc
Compartment.
◆◆ Insert a CD and press the OPEN/CLOSE (^) button to close the
Compact Disc Compartment.
◆◆ Use the [ or ] button to select the desired song.
Tuner (See page 19)
◆◆ Press the TUNER button on the main unit to select the Radio function.
◆◆ Adjust the Radio frequency you want to record.
POWER
Cassette Tape (See page 15)
◆◆ Press the TAPE button on the main unit to select the cassette tape
function.
◆◆ Press OPEN/CLOSE (^) of the cassette deck to open the cassette
door and insert a cassette.
◆◆ Play a cassette tape.
External Source (See page 10)
◆◆ Connect an External Component/MP3 player to the main unit.
◆◆ Press the AUX button to select the AUX input.
◆◆ Play a song from the external device.
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ress the RIPPING button on the remote control or the REC TO USB
P
button on the main unit to start recording.
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SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
ON/OFF
REPEAT
TIMER/CLOCK
USB 2
REPEAT
SLEEP
PARTY
A-B
MUTE
RDS PTY
RIPPING
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
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Recording Speed
Select the station to be stored by:
◆◆ Pressing the TUNING/ALBUM
or
button on the remote control.
or
Each time you press the RIPPING SPEED button on the remote control or
the REC SPEED on the main unit, the recording speed will change as follows:
REC SPEED x 1 ; REC SPEED x 3
Turning the Tuning/Jog Control left or right to search the station.
◆◆ To scroll through the frequencies faster when searching
or
manually, press and hold the TUNING/ALBUM
remote control.
◆◆ For recording from the Tuner, Cassette Tape or from an external
source, changing the recording speed is not supported.
◆◆ When you select REC SPEED x 3, the audio sound will not be output.
ENG
on the
◆◆ The automatic search procedure may stop on a frequency that does not
correspond to a radio station. If this happens, use the Manual mode.
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Adjust the volume.
◆◆ Turn the Volume knob on the front panel.
or
◆◆ Press the Volume + or – button on the remote control.
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Select the FM Stereo or Mono mode by pressing the Mo/ST button.
If you do not want to store the radio station found, revert to Step 5 and .
search for another station.
Otherwise:
a Press the ENTER (
POWER
number.
c Press the ENTER (
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
MUTE
RIPPING
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A-B
TAPE REC
Searching for and Storing the Radio
StationsRDS PTY +10
RDS DISPLAY
To store any other radio frequencies required, repeat Steps 4 to 8.
◆◆ In the Manual mode, you can use [ or ] button on the main unit
to manual search a radio station.
POWER
mode searching, press the STOP (@) button to stop
◆◆ During the Auto
auto searching.
◆◆ In the Preset mode, you can use the [ or ] button or the Tuning/Jog
Control on the main unit to search a stored radio station.
RIPPING
◆◆ This unit does not receive AM broadcasts.
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
Before you begin!
◆◆ See the radio receiving method (FM) on the page 20.
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SLEEP
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
MUTE
RIPPING
A-B
DSP/EQ
Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
TAPE REC
) button.
Select TUNER by pressing the TUNER button on the main unit.
You can select TUNER by pressing the FUNCTION button on the
remote control.
VOL
VOL
RDS PTY
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To search for a station Press the Tuning Mode button
on the remote control
TUNING /ALBUM
GIGA
TUNING
Preset......................................... Once or more times until PRESET is MODE
displayed.
You can search the stored frequencies in the
Preset mode.
Automatically .............................Once or more times until AUTO is
displayed.
You can automatically search the
frequencies in the Auto mode.
Manually ....................................Once or more times until MANUAL is
displayed.
You can search the frequencies one by one in
the Manual mode.
+10
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
elect FM by pressing the TUNER button again in the TUNER mode on .
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the main unit.
MO/ST
DISC SKIP
TIMER/CLOCK
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
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SPEED
ON/OFF
You can store up to: 15 FM stations
TUNING /ALBUM
) button to store the radio station.
➣➣ In the Tuner mode
ON/OFF
GIGA
) button.
b Press the [ or ] button on the main unit or press the TUNING/
ALBUM
or
button on the remote control to assign a program
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
MO/ST
DSP/EQ
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
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RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
ON/OFF
PARTY
REPEAT
Improving
RadioREPEAT
Reception
Selecting a Stored Station
ENG
A-B
You can listen to a stored radio station as follows:
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You can improve theMUTE
quality of radio
TAPEby:
REC
RIPPINGreception
Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
) button.
Select TUNER by pressing the TUNER button on the main unit.
You can select TUNER by pressing the FUNCTION button on the
remote control.
◆◆
◆◆
◆◆
Rotating the FM antenna
Testing the positions of the FM antenna before fixing them permanently
RDS PTY
DISPLAY
If reception from
a specific+10
FM radio station isRDS
poor,
press the Mo/ST
button to switch from stereo mode to mono.
The quality of the sound will
be improved.
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
ress the Tuning Mode button on the remote control until “PRESET”.
P
is displayed.
ress [ or ] to select the stored station on the main unit.
P
or
Turn the Tuning/Jog Control left or right on the main unit to select the .
stored station.
or
or
.
Select the stored station by pressing the TUNING/ALBUM
button on the remote control.
Result: The stored station is now received.
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
VOL
POWER
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
MUTE
RIPPING
MO/ST
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
ON/OFF
A-B
RDS PTY
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
MO/ST
TUNING
MODE
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◆◆ If the timer switch on and off times are identical, ERROR is
displayed.
◆◆ You may use the [, ] buttons or the Tuning/Jog Control on the
or
button to
main unit instead of the TUNING/ALBUM
follow steps 5 to 9 above.
Timer Function
The timer enables you to switch the system on or off at specific times
automatically.
Example: You wish to wake up to music every morning.
ENG
POWER
◆◆ Before setting the timer, check that the current time is correct.
◆◆ For each step, you have a few seconds to set the required options.
If you exceed this time, you must start again.
f you no longer want the system to be switched on or off
➣➣ Iautomatically,
you must cancel the timer by pressing the TIMER ON/OFF
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
button.
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TIMER
Switch the system on by pressing the STANDBY/ON (
Press the Timer/Clock button until
Press the ENTER (
) button.
PLAY TIMER is displayed.
Press the ENTER (
TIMER
RDS PTY
ON/OFF
button.
Result: The minutes flash.
Press
the TUNING/ALBUM
or
Press the ENTER (
) button.
button.
c
b
REPEAT
MUTE
GIGA
Result: OFF TIME is displayed for a few seconds, followed by any
switch-off time already set; you can now set the timer
switch-off time.
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Set the timer switch-off time.
a Press the TUNING/ALBUM
or
b Press the ENTER (
) button.
button.
Result: The minutes flash.
Press
the TUNING/ALBUM
or
Press the ENTER (
) button.
button.
c
d
RDS PTY
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Result: The source to be selected is displayed.
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GIGA
MO/ST
or
button to adjust the volume
) button.
FM(radio) ............................. a Press the ENTER (
REPEAT
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
A-B
PARTY
RIPPING
TUNING /ALBUM
+10
TAPE REC
DSP/EQ
RDS DISPLAY
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
TUNING
MODE
VOL
.
) button.
b S
elect a preset station by pressing the TUNING/ALBUM
or
button.
CD/MP3 (compact disc) ...... Load one or more compact discs.
TAPE ................................... Insert a Cassette Tape.
USB1/USB2......................... Connect the USB device.
99 Press the ENTER ( ) button to confirm the timer.
) button to set the system to standby mode.
111 Press the STANDBY/ON (
SLEEP
RDS DISPLAY
VOL
You must also...
TIMER/CLOCK
+10
Cancelling the Timer
ress the TUNING/ALBUM
P
or
button to select the desired
source to be played when the system switches on.
If you select...
PARTY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
VOL
Result: V
OL XX is displayed, where XX corresponds to the
volume already set.
ress the TUNING/ALBUM
P
level and press the ENTER (
REPEAT
A-B RIPPING
FUNCTION DISPLAY
DISC SKIP
MUTE
RIPPINGSPEED TAPE REC
) button.
Set the timer switch-on time.
a Press the TUNING/ALBUM
or
b Press the ENTER (
) button.
SLEEP
REPEAT
) button.
Result: O
N TIME is displayed for a few seconds, followed by any
switch-on time already set; you can set the timer switch-on
time.
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TIMER/CLOCK
ON/OFF
POWER
Standby mode: The power is turned off while the main unit is plugged in .
AC power supply.
The system will switch on and off automatically at the required times.
TUNING /ALBUM
After having set the
timer, it will start automatically
as shown by the
MO/ST
TUNING
TIMER indication on the display. If you no longer wish to use the timer,
MODE
you can cancel it.
To...
Press the Timer On/Off button....
Cancel the timer ..................... Result:
POWER
Restart the timer . ................... Result:
is displayed again.
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
is no longer displayed.
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
PARTY
ON/OFF
REPEAT
A-B
MUTE
RDS PTY
RIPPING
+10
TAPE REC
RDS DISPLAY
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Party Function
Mute Function
POWER
ENG
You can turn the sound off temporarily on your system.
Example: You wish to answer a telephone
call.
RIPPING
Your mini-compact system has a special effect light. When you select PARTY
mode, the light will change with the music playback.
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FUNCTION DISPLAY
SPEED
DISC SKIP
Press the Mute button.
TIMERback on,
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
button again or the
o switch the sound
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press the Mute
Volume button.
ON/OFF
REPEAT
REPEAT
OFF ➝ PARTY 1 ➝ PARTY 2 ➝ PARTY 3
PARTY
You can choose a desired party mode.
A-B
MUTE
RIPPING
Press the PARTY button.
Each time you press the PARTY button on the main unit, the party
mode will change as follows:
TAPE REC
POWER
RDS PTY
+10
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
TIMER
DSP/EQ
TUNING /ALBUM
MO/ST To obtain a...
TUNING
MODE
PASS ............................. Normal balance (linear)
PARTY ........................... Balance suitable for Party Music
SAMBA .......................... Balance suitable for Samba Music
REGGAE ........................ Balance suitable for Reggae Music.
POWER
POP ............................... Balance suitable for Pop Music
ROCK ............................ Balance suitable for Rock Music
HIP HOP ........................ Balance suitable for Hip Hop Music
RIPPING
JAZZ .............................. Balance suitable
for Jazz Music
FUNCTION Balance
DISPLAYsuitable
DISC SKIP
SPEED
CLASSIC . ......................
for Classic
Music
VOCAL . ......................... You will hear the vocal part strongly.
CUMBIA ......................... Balance suitable for Cumbia Music
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
MUSIC............................ Balance suitable for Normal Music.
CINEMA..........................
ON/OFF Balance suitable for cinema.
MATRIX........................... You will hear multi channel surround sound.
REPEAT
REPEAT
PARTY
➣
➣ If the Speaker Stack functionA-Bis set to On, you can't select MUSIC,
CINEMA and MATRIX.(MX-C870 only)
MUTE
RIPPING
RDS PTY
+10
TAPE REC
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
PARTY
MUTE
RIPPING
+10
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
Your mini-compact system is equipped with the GIGA SOUND function.
The GIGA SOUND function amplifies bass and improves high key or
bass twice as much POWER
for you to appreciate powerful real sound.
GIGA
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TUNING /ALBUM
VOLfunction, press the GIGA button again,
VOL “PASS” is
o cancel this
T
displayed for a few seconds.
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
REPEAT
TUNING /ALBUM
A-B
PARTY
ON/OFF
REPEAT
MO/ST
MUTE
RDS PTY
RIPPING
+10
MO/ST
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RDS DISPLAY
TUNING /ALBUM
DSP/EQ
DSP/EQ
VOL
f you use the Microphone, GIGA SOUND will automatically turn off.
➣➣ IEven
if you remove the Microphone, it will not turn on.
MO/ST
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TUNING
MODE
TAPE REC
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
VOL
TUNING /ALBUM
DSP/EQ
ress the GIGA SOUND button on the main unit or the GIGA button
P
on the remote control.
RIPPING
FUNCTION
Result:“GIGA
SOUND”DISPLAY
is displayed.
SPEED DISC SKIP
VOL
VOL
TAPE REC
GIGA SOUND function
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
REPEAT
A-B
RDS PTY
Select... SLEEP
REPEAT
VOLsystem is equipped with a preset VOL
Your mini-compact
equalizer that
allows you to choose the most appropriate balance between treble and
bass frequencies, according to the type of music you are listening to CD.
Press the DSP/EQ button until the required option is selected.
TIMER/CLOCK
ON/OFF
Selecting the DSP/EQ Mode
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RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TUNING /ALBUM
TUNING
MODE
TUNING
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Stacking the Speakers (MX-C870 Only)
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You can stack and install the speakers as described in the figure.
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F ace 4 Spacers(Middle part 2EA/Outside part 2EA) on the holes of the
Subwoofer(L) and fix them.
Stack the Rear Speaker(L) horizontally on the Front Speaker (L).
o fix securely the speakers, attach the back bracket on the back of
T
the Front and Rear speakers (L) by fastening provided 4 screws.
ENG
Rear Speaker
Back bracket
Outside part Spacer
Front Speaker
Middle part Spacer
Subwoofer Speaker
Subwoofer Speaker
* The back of the stacked speakers
◆◆ Follow steps 1-5 above to stack the Right Speakers.
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This is the completion of the speaker stack.
Stack the Front Speaker(L) horizontally on the Subwoofer(L).
Front Speaker
Subwoofer Speaker
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F ace 4 Spacers(Middle part 2 EA/Outside part 2 EA) on the holes of the
Front Speaker(L) and fix them.
Outside part Spacer
Middle part Spacer
Speaker Stack function (MX-C870 only)
If the speakers is placed at equal distances by stacking them from the
listening position, you can listen to music automatically recognizing the
distance between speakers and optimizing each speaker's sound.
Each time you press the SPEAKER STACK button on the main unit, you can
toggle between STACK ON and STACK OFF.
f you use the headphones, TAPE Recording and USB Recording, the
➣➣ ISPEAKER
STACK will automatically change to STACK OFF mode.
Front Speaker
Subwoofer Speaker
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Setting the System to Switch off
Automatically
ENG
Connecting Headphones
While listening to music, you can set the system to switch off automatically.
You can connect a set of headphones to your mini-compact system so
that you can listen to music or radio programme without disturbing other
people in the room. The headphones must have a 3.5ø jack or an appropriate adapter.
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Connect the headphones to the Phones jack on the main unit.
Result: The speakers are no longer used to output the sound.
ress the Sleep button.
P
Result: The playback starts and the following indications are displayed:
◆◆ Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may damage your
hearing.
SLEEP 90 MIN
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ress the Sleep button once or more times to indicate how long the
P
system should continue playing before it switches off:
◆◆ If you use the headphones, GIGA SOUND will automatically turn off.
Even if you remove the headphones, it will not turn on.
SLEEP 90 MIN ; SLEEP 60 MIN ; SLEEP 45 MIN ; SLEEP
30 MIN ; SLEEP 15 MIN ; SLEEP OFF
➣➣ At any time, you can:
◆◆ Check the remaining time by pressing the Sleep button.
◆◆ Change the remaining time by repeating steps 1 and 2.
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To cancel the SLEEP
POWERfunction, press Sleep once or more times until
SLEEP OFF is display.
RIPPING
SPEED DISC SKIP
FUNCTION DISPLAY
TIMER
TIMER/CLOCK
SLEEP
You can also connect a microphone to sing along with your favorite CDs.
REPEAT
PARTY
☛☛ Plug a microphone with a 3.5ø MIC jack into the MIC terminal.
ON/OFF
REPEAT
A-B
MUTE
RIPPING
RDS PTY
Connecting the Microphone
+10
TAPE REC
◆◆ Turn the MIC VOL knob on the main unit to adjust the Microphone
Volume.
RDS DISPLAY
MP3-CD/CD/TAPE
GIGA
TUNING /ALBUM
VOL
DSP/EQ
VOL
◆◆ If you use the Microphone, GIGA SOUND will automatically turn off.
Even if you remove the Microphone, it will not turn on.
◆◆ If you hear strange noises (squealing or howling) while using the
microphone, turning the Volume Knob on the main unit or the
speaker volume is also effective.
TUNING /ALBUM
MO/ST
TUNING
MODE
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Safety Precautions
Cleaning Your Mini-Compact System
The following diagrams illustrate the precautions to be taken when using
or moving your mini-compact system.
To obtain the best possible results from your mini-compact system, you
must clean the following elements regularly:
◆◆ The outer casing
◆◆ The compact disc player
◆◆ The cassette players (heads, rollers and drive capstans)
ENG
Always unplug the system from the wall outlet:
◆◆ Before cleaning it
◆◆ If you are not going to be using it for a long time
SPEAKER
STACK
SPEAKER
STACK
SPEAKER
STACK
Ambient operating conditions:
Ambient temperature +41°F to +95°F
Humidity
10-75%
Outer Casing
SPEAKER
STACK
Do not expose the unit to direct sun
radiation or other heat sources.
This could lead to overheating and
malfunction of the unit.
Clean the outer casing regularly using a soft cloth and a light detergent.
Do not use abrasive powders, liquids or aerosol cleaners. Never let any liquids
get into the system.
Compact Disc Player
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SPEAKER
STACK
SPEAKER
STACK
SPEAKER
STACK
Do not place potted plants or vases
on top of the unit. Moisture entering
the unit could lead to dangerous
electric shock and can cause equipment damage. In such events immediately disconnect the main plug
from the socket.
SPEAKER
STACK
During thunderstorms, disconnect
the main plug from the socket.
Main voltage peaks due to lightning
could damage the unit.
VOLUME
UP
DOWN
Before playing a compact disc, clean it with a special CD cleaning
agent. Do not use the same cleaning agents as for vinyl LP records.
Carefully wipe the disc from the Center outward.
egularly clean the player with a special cleaning disc (available from
R
your local dealer).
◆◆ If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove
the batteries to prevent corrosion.
◆◆ Although your system is very hard-wearing, it should not be used in
an excessively dusty environment or subjected to shocks or extreme
heat (close to heating appliances or in direct sunlight, etc.).
◆◆ If the unit emits an unpleasant odor when in use, unplug it from the
main supply and contact the after-sales service.
Precautions When Using Compact Discs
andle your compact discs with care.
◆◆ H
Always hold them by the edges to avoid
leaving fingerprints on the shiny surface.
◆◆ When you have finished playing a compac
disc, always put it back in its case.
◆◆ Do not fix paper or adhesive tape to the
discs and do not write on the label.
◆◆ Clean them with a special-purpose cloth.
◆◆ Store your compact discs in a clean place,
out of direct sunlight, where they will not be
exposed to high temperatures.
.
◆◆ Always use compact discs marked
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
Remove the batteries from the remote
control, if not used for any extended
period.
Leaking batteries can cause serious
damage to the remote control.
SPEAKER
STACK
Do not place heavy items on the main
unit. Main cable damage can lead to
damage of the equipment (fire hazard)
and can cause electric shock.
When using headphones, take care
not to listen at excessive volumes.
Extended use of headphones at high
volumes will lead to hearing damage.
SPEAKER
STACK
Precautions When Using Audio Cassettes
◆◆ Check that the tape in the cassette is sufficiently taut.
◆◆ To prevent erasing a cassette that you wish to keep, remove the safety
tab on the upper edge of the cassette.
To record a cassette, where the tab has been broken, simply cover the
opening with adhesive tape.
◆◆ When you have finished playing a cassette, always put it back in its case.
◆◆ Store your cassettes in a clean place, out of direct sunlight, where they
will not be exposed to high temperatures.
◆◆ Avoid using 120-minute cassettes as they place unnecessary strain on the tape
mechanism.
Do not disassemble, repair, or modify
this unit on your own, as it may cause
malfunction or a risk of electric shock.
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Before Contacting the After-Sales Service
ENG
It always takes a little time to become familiar with a new appliance.
If you have any of the problems listed below, try the solutions given. They may save you the time and inconvenience of
an unnecessary service call.
If the above guidelines do not allow you to solve the problem, take a note of:
◆◆ The model and serial numbers, normally printed on the rear of the system
◆◆ Your warranty details
◆◆ A clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or SAMSUNG after-sales service.
Problem
The system does not work.
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
There is no sound.
T
A
P
E
• The main unit is not correctly plugged into a wall socket or the wall socket is not
switched on.
• The remote control batteries need replacing or the polarity has not been respected.
• The STANDBY/ON (
) button has not been pressed.
• The volume has been completely turned down.
• The correct function (CD, TUNER, TAPE, USB, AUX) has not been selected.
• You have connected a set of headphones.
• The speaker wires have been disconnected.
• The Mute button has been pressed.
The Timer does not work.
• The timer has been stopped by pressing the TIMER ON/OFF button.
If the problem persists even
when the actions above
have been take...
• Press the STOP (@) button for 5 seconds in the "No Disc" mode, then it is returned the
original position (RESET).
CD
The compact disc player
/
MP3 does not start playing.
R
A
D
I
O
Checks/Explanation
Reception is poor or no
radio stations are received
at all.
• The CD function has not been selected.
• The disc has been inserted face down or is either dirty or scratched.
• The laser sensor is dirty or dusty.
• The system has not been installed on a flat, horizontal surface.
• Condensation has formed in the player; leave the system in a warm, airy room for at
least one hour.
• The TUNER function has not been selected.
• The radio frequency has not been correctly selected.
• The antenna has been disconnected or is not facing the right way. Turn it until you find
the best orientation.
• You are in a building that blocks radio waves; you must use an outside antenna (not
supplied).
• The TAPE function has not been selected.
The tape does not start
playing.
• The cassette has not been inserted correctly.
• The cassette deck has not been closed.
• The tape is either slack or broken.
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Technical Specifications
ENG
SAMSUNG strives to improve its products at all times. Both the design specifications and these user instructions are
thus subject to change without notice.
radio
FM
Signal/noise ratio
Usable sensitivity
Total harmonic distortion
62 dB
10 dB
0.4 %
compact disc player
Capacity Frequency range
Signal/noise ratio
Distortion
Channel separation
Disc sizes
3 discs
20 Hz - 20 KHz (± 1 dB)
70dB (at 1kHz, with filter, 2V)
0.1 % (at 1 KHz)
75 dB
Diameter: 5 inches or 3 1/2 inches. Thickness: 0.05 inches
TAPE DECK
Frequency range Signal/noise ratio
Channel separation
Erasing effect
125 Hz ~ 10 KHz
40 dB
35 dB
50 dB
AMPLIFIER
Output power
MX-C830- 560 Watts (THD: 10 %)
GIGA Sound off
GIGA Sound on
Front Speaker
60W (3 Ω)
280W (3 Ω/100Hz)
MX-C850- 750 Watts (THD: 10 %)
GIGA Sound off
GIGA Sound on
Front Speaker
Subwoofer
60W (3 Ω)
120W (4 Ω)
250W (3 Ω/100Hz)
250W (4 Ω/100Hz)
MX-C870- 1,100 Watts (THD: 10 %)
GIGA Sound off
GIGA Sound on
Front Speaker
Subwoofer
Rear Speaker
60W (4 Ω)
80W (4 Ω)
60W (6 Ω)
200W (4 Ω/100Hz)
260W (4 Ω/100Hz)
90W (6 Ω/15kHz)
Channel separation
Signal/noise ratio
60 dB
70 dB
general
Power Consumption Dimensions
Weight
115 W
17.2 (W) x 14.9 (H) x 11 (D) inches
15.45 Ibs
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Contact SAMSUNG WORLD WIDE
If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG customer care center.
ENG
Region
North America
Latin America
Europe
CIS
Asia Pacific
Area
Canada
Mexico
U.S.A
Argentine
Brazil
Chile
Nicaragua
Honduras
Costa Rica
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Panama
Puerto Rico
Rep. Dominica
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Colombia
Contact Center 
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
01-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
0800-333-3733
0800-124-421, 4004-0000
800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
00-1800-5077267
800-7919267
0-800-507-7267
1-800-10-7267
800-6225
1-800-299-0013
1-800-234-7267
800-7267
1-800-682-3180
1-800-751-2676
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
0-800-100-5303
01-8000112112
Belgium
02 201 2418
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Italia
Luxemburg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
U.K
Eire
Austria
800-SAMSUNG (800-726786)
8-SAMSUNG (7267864)
30-6227 515
01 4863 0000
01805-SAMSUNG (726-7864 å 0,14/Min)
06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
02 261 03 710
0900-SAMSUNG (0900-7267864) (å 0,10/Min)
3-SAMSUNG (7267864)
0 801 1SAMSUNG (172678), 022-607-93-33
80820-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
0800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
902-1-SAMSUNG (902 172 678)
0771 726 7864 (SAMSUNG)
0845 SAMSUNG (7267864)
0818 717 100
0810-SAMSUNG (7267864, å 0.07/min)
Switzerland
0848-SAMSUNG (7267864, CHF 0.08/min)
Russia
Kazakhstan
Uzbekistan
Kyrgyzstan
Tadjikistan
8-800-555-55-55
8-10-800-500-55-500
8-10-800-500-55-500
00-800-500-55-500
8-10-800-500-55-500
Ukraine
8-800-502-0000
Belarus
Moldova
Lithuania
Latvia
Estonia
Australia
New Zealand
China
810-800-500-55-500
00-800-500-55-500
8-800-77777
8000-7267
800-7267
1300 362 603
0800 SAMSUNG (0800 726 786)
400-810-5858, 010-6475 1880
Hong Kong
3698-4698
India
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
3030 8282, 1800 110011, 1800 3000 8282
0800-112-8888
0120-327-527
1800-88-9999
1-800-10-SAMSUNG (726-7864), 1-800-3-SAMSUNG (726-7864),
1-800-8-SAMSUNG (726-7864), 02-5805777
1800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
1800-29-3232, 02-689-3232
0800-329-999
1 800 588 889
444 77 11
0860-SAMSUNG (726-7864 )
800-SAMSUNG (726-7864), 8000-4726
Philippines
Middle East &
Africa
Singapore
Thailand
Taiwan
Vietnam
Turkey
South Africa
U.A.E
Web Site
www.samsung.com/ca
www.samsung.com/mx
www.samsung.com/us
www.samsung.com/ar
www.samsung.com/br
www.samsung.com/cl
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com.co
www.samsung.com/be (Dutch)
www.samsung.com/be_fr (French)
www.samsung.com/cz
www.samsung.com/dk
www.samsung.com/fi
www.samsung.com/fr
www.samsung.de
www.samsung.com/hu
www.samsung.com/it
www.samsung.com/lu
www.samsung.com/nl
www.samsung.com/no
www.samsung.com/pl
www.samsung.com/pt
www.samsung.com/sk
www.samsung.com/es
www.samsung.com/se
www.samsung.com/uk
www.samsung.com/ie
www.samsung.com/at
www.samsung.com/ch
www.samsung.com/ch_fr/ (French)
www.samsung.ru
www.samsung.com/kz_ru
www.samsung.com/kz_ru
www.samsung.ua
www.samsung.com/ua_ru
www.samsung.com/lt
www.samsung.com/lv
www.samsung.com/ee
www.samsung.com/au
www.samsung.com/nz
www.samsung.com/cn
www.samsung.com/hk
www.samsung.com/hk_en/
www.samsung.com/in
www.samsung.com/id
www.samsung.com/jp
www.samsung.com/my
www.samsung.com/ph
www.samsung.com/sg
www.samsung.com/th
www.samsung.com/tw
www.samsung.com/vn
www.samsung.com/tr
www.samsung.com/za
www.samsung.com/ae
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