Panasonic CQRDP472N Operating Instructions

Panasonic CQRDP472N Operating Instructions
MP3 CD Player/Receiver with CD Changer Control
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
CQ-RDP472N
BAND
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
PTY
PWR
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
SOURCE
REMOTE
DISP
EON . PTY . CT
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
MUTE
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
REG
FOLDER
CQ-RDP472N
Operating Instructions
Bedienungsanleitung
Manuel d’instructions
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Bruksanvisning
Manuale di istruzioni
Manual de Instrucciones
TEXT
¡Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and keep this manual for future reference.
¡Bitte lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung vor der Verwendung dieses Produktes aufmerksam durch und bewahren Sie sie danach
für spätere Nachschlagzwecke sorgfältig auf.
¡Prière de lire ces instructions attentivement avant d’utiliser le produit et garder ce manuel pour l’utilisation ultérieure.
¡Leest u deze instructie alstublieft zorgvuldig door voor u dit product in gebruik neemt en bewaar deze handleiding voor later gebruik.
¡Läs igenom denna bruksanvisning noga innan produkten tas i bruk. Spara bruksanvisningen för framtida behov.
¡Si prega di leggere attentamente queste istruzioni prima di usare questo prodotto e di conservare questo manuale per usi futuri.
¡Lea con atención estas instrucciones antes de utilizar el producto y guarde este manual para poderlo consultar en el futuro.
Label Indications and Their Locations
Warnetiketten und deren Anbringungsort
Indications portées les étiquettes et
emplacement
Aanduiding van de labels en hun plaats
Varningsskyltarna, och deras placering
Indicazioni delle etichette e le loro posizioni
Indicaciones de las etiquetas y su ubicación
VORSICHT!
UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG!
WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET IST, NICHT
DEM LASERSTRAHL AUSSETZEN.
¡APPAREIL À LASER DE CLASSE 1
¡KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
¡LUOKAN 1 LASERPLAITE
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Contents
Precautions .........................................................
Laser Products ...................................................
Components........................................................
Remote Control Unit Preparation......................
Power and Audio Controls.................................
Radio Basics .......................................................
Inhaltsverzeichnis
DANGER! Invisible laser radiation when
open. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
ADVARSEL! Usynligt laserlys udstråles
ved åbning. Undgå direkte bestråling.
VARO! Avattaessa ja suojalukitus
ohitettaessa olet alttiina näkymättömälle
lasersäteilylle. Älä katso säteeseen.
VARNING! Osynlig lasersträlning när
denna del är öppnad och spärren är
urkopplad. Betrakta ej strälen.
ADVERSEL! Usynlig laserstråling når
deksel åpnes og sikkerhedslås brytes.
Unngå eksponering for strålen.
¡Deck Ass’y (Upper Side)
¡Geräteansicht (Oberseite)
¡Assemblage de la table lecture
(Côté supérieur)
¡Dekkbevestig (Bovenkant)
¡Däcksenhet (Topp)
¡Gruppo della piastra
(Lato superiore)
¡Conjunto de la platina (Lado superior)
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Seite
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen ........................................ 36
Laserprodukte..................................................... 36
Komponenten ..................................................... 36
Vorbereitung der Fernbedienung ...................... 37
Stromversorgung und Klangregler ................... 38
Rundfunkempfang .............................................. 40
Table des matières
Page
Mesures de précaution .................................... 68
Appareils à laser ................................................. 68
Éléments constitutifs ......................................... 68
Préparation de la télécommande ...................... 69
Commandes alimentation et audio ................... 70
Utilisation de base du récepteur radio ............. 72
Inhoudsopgave
¡Caution Mark
¡Warnzeichen
¡Marque d’avertissement
¡Waarschuwingsteken
¡Varningsmärke
¡Etichetta di avvertimento
¡Marka de advertencia
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Bladzijde
Voorzorgen ...................................................... 100
Laserproducten ................................................ 100
Componenten ................................................... 100
Voorbereiden van de afstandsbediening........ 101
Stroom en audio bedieningsorganen ............. 102
Basisbediening radio ....................................... 104
Innehåll
Sida
Observera ........................................................ 132
Om laserprodukter ........................................... 132
Medföljande delar ............................................. 132
Förberedelse av fjärrkontrollen....................... 133
Strömpå/avslag och styrning av ljudåtergivning... 134
Grundläggande manövrering av radion ......... 136
Contenuto
Pag.
Precauzioni ..................................................... 164
Prodotto laser ................................................... 164
Componenti....................................................... 164
Preparazione del telecomando........................ 165
Comandi di alimentazione e del suono .......... 166
Funzionamento della radio .............................. 168
Indice
Pag.
Precauciones ................................................ 196
Productos de láser ........................................... 196
Componentes.................................................... 196
Preparación de la unidad de control remoto ..... 197
Alimentación y controles de audio ................. 198
Operación básica de la radio........................... 200
Radio Data System (RDS) .................................. 10
Clock Set ............................................................. 13
CD / MP3 Player .................................................. 14
CD Changer Control ......................................... 20
Installation........................................................... 22
Anti-Theft System ............................................... 25
Electrical Connections ....................................... 26
Speaker Connections ......................................... 28
Fuse ..................................................................... 28
Maintenance ........................................................ 29
Troubleshooteing ............................................. 30
Specifications ..................................................... 35
Radio-Daten-System (RDS)-Empfang ............... 42
Uhrzeit (CT) ......................................................... 45
CD / MP3-Spieler ................................................. 46
Steuerung des CD-Wechslers ........................... 52
Einbau.................................................................. 54
Diebstahlschutz .................................................. 57
Elektrischer Anschluß........................................ 58
Anschluß der Lautsprecher ............................... 60
Sicherung ............................................................ 60
Pflege ................................................................... 61
Störungsbeseitigung.......................................... 62
Technische Daten ............................................... 67
Réception radio RDS (Radio Data System) ...... 74
Réglage de l’horloge .......................................... 77
Lecteur de CD / MP3 ........................................... 78
Commande de changeur de CD ........................ 84
Installation........................................................... 86
Système antivol .................................................. 89
Branchements électriques................................. 90
Branchement des haut-parleurs ....................... 92
Fusible ................................................................. 92
Entretien .............................................................. 93
En cas de difficulté ............................................. 94
Données techniques .......................................... 99
RDS (Radio Data Systeem) .............................. 106
Gelijk zetten van de klok .................................. 109
CD-/MP3-speler ................................................. 110
Bediening van de CD-wisselaar....................... 116
Installatie ........................................................... 118
Anti-diefstal systeem ....................................... 121
Elektrische aansluitingen ................................ 122
Aansluitingen luidsprekers ............................. 124
Zekering............................................................. 124
Onderhoud ........................................................ 125
Verhelpen van storingen .................................. 126
Technische gegevens....................................... 131
RDS-mottagning (datastyrd radiomottagning) ... 138
Tidsinställning .................................................. 141
CD-/MP3-spelare ............................................... 142
CD-växlarstyrning............................................. 148
Montering .......................................................... 150
Stöldskyddsanordning..................................... 153
Elektriska anslutningar .................................... 154
Anslutning av högtalare................................... 156
Säkring .............................................................. 156
Underhåll ........................................................... 157
Felsökning......................................................... 158
Tekniska data .................................................... 163
Ricezione RDS (Radio Data System) .............. 170
Regolazione dell’orologio ................................ 173
Lettore CD / MP3 ............................................... 174
Controllo del cambia CD .................................. 180
Installazione ...................................................... 182
Sistema antifurto .............................................. 185
Collegamenti elettrici ....................................... 186
Collegamenti degli altoparlanti ....................... 188
Fusibile .............................................................. 188
Manutenzione.................................................... 189
Correzione dei difetti di funzionamento ......... 190
Dati tecnici ........................................................ 195
Recepción RDS (sistema de datos radiofónicos).... 202
Ajuste de la hora............................................... 205
Reproductor de CD / MP3 ................................ 206
Control del cambiador de discos CD.............. 212
Instalación ......................................................... 214
Sistema antirrobo ............................................. 217
Conexiones eléctricas...................................... 218
Conexiones de los altavoces .......................... 220
Fusible ............................................................... 220
Mantenimiento .................................................. 221
Solución de problemas .................................... 222
Especificaciones .............................................. 227
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Panasonic welcomes you to their constantly growing family of electronic products owners.
We endeavor to give you the advantages of precise electronic and mechanical engineering, manufactured
with carefully selected components, and assembled by people who are proud of the reputation their work has
built for our company. We know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment, and after you discover
the quality, value and reliability we have built into it, you too will be proud to be a member of our family.
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Precautions
Volume Level
For your driving safety, keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road
and traffic conditions.
Car Washing
To avoid electrical shorts which may cause fire, or other damage, do not
expose this product (including the speakers and CDs) to water or excessive
moisture.
Car Ventilation
If your car is parked for several hours in direct sunlight, the temperature inside
the car may become very high. It is advisable to drive the car and give the
interior a chance to cool down before switching the unit on.
Power Supply
This product is designed to be used in a car having a 12-volt negative ground
battery system.
Disc Mechanism
Do not insert coins or any small objects. Keep screwdrivers and other metallic
objects away from the disc mechanism and disc.
Service
This product is made of precision parts. Do not attempt to disassemble or
adjust any parts. For repair, please consult your nearest authorized Panasonic
Service Center.
Note: The preset memory is cleared to return to the original factory setting
when the power connector or battery is disconnected.
Laser Products
Caution: 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.
Laser products:
Wave Length 780 nm
Laser Power No hazardous radiation is emitted with safety protection.
Do not take apart this unit or attempt to make any changes yourself.
This unit is a very intricate device that uses a laser pickup to retrieve
information from the surface of compact discs. The laser is carefully
shielded so that its rays remain inside the cabinet.
Therefore, never try to disassemble the player or alter any of its parts
since you may be exposed to laser rays and dangerous voltages.
Components
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• Operating Instructions............................................................................................1
• Supplied Hardware......................................................................1 set (a Page 22)
• Remote Control Unit...............................................................................................1
• Lithium Battery (CR2025) ......................................................................................1
• Warranty Card ........................................................................................................1
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Remote Control Unit Preparation
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Battery Installation
q Remove the battery holder.
Pull the holder out at position B while pushing
position A as indicated.
w Install the battery on the battery holder.
Place the battery in the holder with its (+) side
upwards as shown.
e Insert the battery holder.
Push in the battery holder back into its original
position.
(Back side)
Lithium battery
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Position B
Battery Notes
Position A
Battery holder
Remove and dispose of an old battery immediately.
Battery Information:
¡Battery Type: Panasonic lithium battery (CR2025) (Included)
¡Battery Life: Approximately 6 months under normal use (at room temperature)
Caution: Improper use of batteries may cause overheating, an explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or a fire. Battery
leakage may damage the unit.
¡Do not disassemble or short the battery. Do not throw a battery into a fire.
¡Keep batteries away from children to avoid the risk of accidents.
¡Be careful to the disposal rules when you dispose of batteries.
Remote Controls
Power
Source
POWER
MENU
SOURCE
SEL
NUMBER
Mute
Loudness
Random
Scan
Repeat
Audio Mode Selection
Panel Removal Alarm Set
VOL
Volume control
MUTE
Track/Folder number input
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
9
BAND
0
DISP
Folder/Disc Selection
Tune
Track/File Selection
Fast forward/Fast reverse
Display
SET
Band
Set
Pause
Car Audio
[0] to [9]
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Power and Audio Controls
Power
Turn your car’s ignition key to ACC or ON position.
Power on : Press [SOURCE] (PWR).
Power off : Press [SOURCE] (PWR) again and hold.
The panel removal alarm sounds. (a Page 25).
Note: When the power is switched on for the first time, a demonstration message
appears on the display. To cancel this display, press [DISP].
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
PTY
PWR
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
SOURCE
REMOTE
DISP
EON . PTY . CT
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
MUTE
1
2
3
SCAN
4
5
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
REG
FOLDER
Volume
Mute
Loudness
[}VOL] : Up
[{VOL] : Down
Press and hold for rapid adjustment.
Press [MUTE] to mute the
sound completely.
Press [MUTE] again to cancel.
Press and hold [MUTE] (LOUD)
for more than 2 seconds to
enhance bass and treble tones at
low or medium volume.
Press and hold [MUTE] (LOUD)
again to cancel.
VOL
LOUD
20
¡•
Rs
REP
Volume Level
(0 to 40)
LOUD
MUTE
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Note: When the power is switched
off and on again, the volume slowly
rises to the previous level.
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Remote Control
Sensor
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Mode Selection
Press [SOURCE] to change the mode.
Radio
(a Page 8)
CD / MP3 Player
(Disc is in the player.)
(a Page 14)
CD Changer
(Optional CD changer is connected
and magazine is in the changer.)
(a Page 20)
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
PTY
PWR
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
SOURCE
REMOTE
DISP
EON . PTY . CT
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
MUTE
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
REG
FOLDER
TA
Audio Mode (Bass / Treble / Balance / Fader)
q Press [SEL] to select the audio mode.
w Press [}VOL] or [{VOL] to change each level.
Regular Mode
Volume
Bass
BAS+ 9:dB¡•
(–12 to +12)
Treble
TRE- 3:dB¡•
(–12 to +12)
Balance
Rs
REP
LOUD
BAL R15
¡•
(Left/Right: 1 to 15)
BAL CNT
¡•
(Center)
¡•
(Front/Rear: 1 to 15)
¡•
(Center)
LOUD
LOUD
Fader
Rs
REP
LOUD
LOUD
LOUD
Rs
REP
Rs
REP
Rs
REP
Rs
REP
Note: If no operation takes place for more than 5 seconds
in audio mode (2 seconds in Volume mode), the display
return to regular mode.
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Radio Basics
q Mode Selection
Press [SOURCE] to select the radio mode.
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¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
FM Stereo Indicator
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
PTY
PWR
¡•
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
SOURCE
Rs
REP
LOUD
REMOTE
EON . PTY . CT
DISP
RANDOM
LOUD
MUTE
CT
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
REG
FOLDER
r Mono / Local Selection
w Band
Press [BAND] to change the bands.
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Band
MONO : Monaural reception. Select MONO to reduce
noise when receiving a weak stereo broadcast.
LOCAL : Tunes in strong stations only.
FM broadcasts
FM1
Press and hold [PTY] (MONO/LOC) to change the mode.
Release at the desired point.
FM2
FM3
AM (LW/MW)
AM broadcast
Press [PTY] (MONO/LOC) to switch LOCAL mode on and
off.
FM broadcast
e Manual Tuning
[[TUNE] : Higher frequency.
[]TUNE] : Lower frequency.
Seek Tuning
Press and hold [[TUNE] or []TUNE]
for more than 0.5 seconds, then release.
Seeking will start.
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AM broadcast
MONO OFF
LOCAL OFF
LOCAL ON
MONO ON
LOCAL OFF
LOCAL OFF
MONO ON
LOCAL ON
MONO OFF
LOCAL ON
Preset Station Setting
Caution: To ensure safety, never attempt to preset
stations while you are driving.
Up to 6 stations each can be saved in the FM1, FM2, FM3
and AM (LW/MW) preset station memories.
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q Band
Select a band. (a Page 8)
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
PTY
PWR
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
DISP
SOURCE
Rs
REP
LOUD
EON . PTY . CT
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
MUTE
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
REMOTE
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
REG
FOLDER
w Auto Station Preset
Press and hold [BAND] (APM) (Auto Preset Memory)
for more than 2 seconds.
¡The 6 stations with good reception will be automatically
saved in the memory under preset numbers 1 to 6.
¡Once set, the preset stations are sequentially
scanned for 5 seconds each.
Notes:
¡Only RDS stations will be saved at default setting
(AF ON). To select non RDS stations too, set AF OFF.
(a Page 10)
¡New stations are overwritten on existing saved
stations after following this procedure.
Manual Station Preset
q Use manual or seek tuning to find a station. (a Page 8)
w Press and hold one of the preset buttons from [1] to [6]
until the display blinks once.
LOUD
Rs
REP
Preset Number
Tuning in to a Preset Station
Press the corresponding preset button from [1] to [6]
to select a preset station.
Note: You can change the memory presetting by
repeating the above procedure.
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Radio Data System (RDS)
RDS Basics
The following functions are available when receiving RDS stations.
PS Display
CT Service
AF
(Program Service Name)
(Clock Time)
(Alternative Frequency)
The name of station is displayed
instead of the frequency.
When receiving an RDS station, the
CT (Clock Time) service automatically
adjusts the time.
“NO CT” is displayed in areas where
CT service is not available.
(a Page 13 for Clock Set)
When reception is poor, an RDS station
broadcasting the same program is
tuned in automatically.
AF Mode
LO
Press [AF] to select one of the following AF modes.
AF 1 Mode
Low level AF operating sensitivity. (Default)
AF 2 Mode
High level AF operating sensitivity.
AF Off Mode
When the AF network of an RDS station is
not required.
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
MONO
BBC R4
LOUD RDS EON
DISP
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
TP
¡•
LOCAL
SOURCE
REMOTE
MUTE
RANDOM
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
REG
FOLDER
TA
Display Change
Preset Memory
REG (Region) Mode
Press [DISP] to change the display
as follows.
(AF mode on Setting)
Changes the selection range of AF and
PI Seek.
Press and hold [AF] (REG) to switch
on and off.
PS (Program Service Name) (Default)
MONO
BBC R4
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
¡•
LOCAL
Rs
REP
3 seconds
Frequency
¡•
MONO
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
CT (Clock Time)
CT 12:34¡•
LOUD RDS
EON TP
Rs
REP
Preset Station Calling (Best Station)
AF self-tuning selects a station with
good reception when the preset tuning
is activated.
For Poor Sound Quality (PI Seek)
If reception is poor when tuning in a
preset station, press the same preset
number button. The same station with
better reception will be searched for.
Press the same preset number button
again to cancel.
Note: When AF mode is on, only
RDS stations will be memorized
automatically. (a Page 9)
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Rs
REP
EON . PTY . CT
LOUD
CT
PTY
PTY
PWR
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REG ON
LOUD RDS
EON TP
¡•
Rs
REP
The frequency is changed only
for programs within the region.
REG OFF ¡•
LOUD RDS
EON TP
Rs
REP
The frequency is changed also
for programs outside the region.
RDS service availability varies with areas. Please understand if RDS service is not available in your area. This chapter
explains the summary and operation regarding RDS.
Traffic Announcements (TA)
Some RDS FM stations periodically
provide traffic information.
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TP
TA
(Traffic Program)
(Traffic Announcements)
Broadcasting of traffic information.
Radio announcements on traffic
conditions.
TA Mode
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Press [TA] to switch TA mode on and off. L
If the station received is not a TP station, the unit
automatically searches for a TP station to tune in to it.
When the TP station received begins a traffic
announcement, you can hear it from the unit.
TA On
TA Off
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
DISP
MONO
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
BBC R4
LOUD RDS EON TP
EON . PTY . CT
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
MUTE
PTY
1
2
3
4
PTY
PWR
¡•
LOCAL
SCAN
5
SOURCE
Rs
REP
REMOTE
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
REG
FOLDER
TA Volume Set
Muting in TA Mode
(Volume Level : 0 to 40)
Press [}VOL] or [{VOL] while receiving
traffic announcements .
The TA volume differs from the regular volume
(by up to 5 levels).
To listen only to traffic announcements while muting, press and
hold [TA] for more than 2 seconds when TA is on.
To cancel the muting TA on mode (muting in TA mode / TA
mode), take either following two.
¡Press [TA] again.
¡Press [}VOL] several times.
Note: To switch to TA off, press [TA] again.
TA Standby
TP Auto Search
When TA is on, CD / MP3 or CD changer will be
interrupted by FM traffic announcements.
When reception of a TP station is poor, TP Auto Search will
automatically search for a TP station with better reception.
¡•
MONO
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
Information
MONO
LOCAL
End
BBC R4
LOUD RDS EON TP
Rs
REP
PTY
¡•
LOCAL
Rs
REP
Seek and Preset Station (TA on Setting)
TP Seek Tuning: Seek tunes only TP stations.
Auto TP Station Preset: The 6 strongest TP
stations are saved in memory.
Tuning in a TP Preset Station
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Radio Data System (RDS)
(continued)
Program Type Reception (PTY)
RDS FM stations provide a program type identification signal.
Example: news, rock, classical music, etc.
PTY Mode
Press [PTY] to switch PTY display
mode on or off.
MONO
NEWS
LOUD RDS EON TP
¡•
PTY
PTY Off
Rs
REP
LOCAL
The PTY function described
below becomes enabled after
selecting to the PTY mode.
PTY On
When there is no corresponding
program type, “NO PTY” is displayed.
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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BAND
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
MONO
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
NEWS
LOUD RDS EON TP
MUTE
CT
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PTY Selection
[[TUNE] to change the program type
q Press
as follows. ([]TUNE] : opposite direction)
MUSIC /
SPORT /
SCIENCE /
M_O_R_M/
WEATHER /
RELIGION /
JAZZ
/
FOLK M /
NEWS
/
EDUCATE /
VARIED
/
LIGHT M /
FINANCE /
PHONE IN /
COUNTRY /
DOCUMENT /
Rs
REP
LOCAL
RANDOM
LOUD
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
PTY
AFFAIRS /
DRAMA /
POP M
/
CLASSICS /
CHILDREN /
TRAVEL /
NATIONAL /
the desired program and press [BAND].
w Select
Seek will start to tune in to a station that
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SCAN
PTY display in Swedish
Press [DISP] to switch the PTY display language as
follows.
NEWS
LOUD RDS EON TP
¡•
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
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REMOTE
AF
REPEAT
5
6
The preset program type appears on the display
for 5 seconds.
Example: Press preset button [1].
MONO
NEWS
LOUD RDS EON TP
¡•
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
MONO
NEWS
LOUD RDS EON TP
MONO
POP
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
PTY
M
¡•
LOCAL
Rs
REP
and hold one of the buttons from [1] to [6].
w Press
Example: Press and hold preset button [2].
POP
LOUD RDS EON TP
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PTY Preset Change
a program type by using PTY Selection or
q Select
pressing PTY Preset buttons.
MONO
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LOCAL
station.
Example: Press preset button [1] again.
<English>
<Swedish>
PTY
the same preset button again (or press
w Press
[BAND]) to tune in the desired program type
LOUD RDS EON TP
MONO
REG
FOLDER
TA
PTY Search
a program type by pressing the preset
q Select
button.
broadcasting the selected program type.
MONO
SOURCE
EON . PTY . CT
DISP
SPEECH
INFO
CULTURES
ROCK M
OTHER M
SOCIAL A
LEISURE
OLDIES
PTY
PWR
¡•
PTY
M
LOCAL
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Clock Set
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When RDS CT service is not available, set the
clock as follows. (24-hour system)
PTY Type Preset
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BAND
Program types are stored in memory under preset buttons
from [1] to [6] as shown in the table below.
To tune in the desired program type, press any of preset
buttons from [1] to [6].
ype
No.
mT
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s
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Pro
Dis
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News
NEWS
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DISP
2
Speech
3
Sport
4 Pop. Music
5
6
SPORT
POP.M
MUTE
DISP (CT)
CLASSICS
Other
Music
ROCK M / M_O_R_M
LIGHT M / OTHER M
JAZZ / COUNTRY
NATIONAL / OLDIES
FOLK M
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
When EON data is received, the EON indicator lights the TA
and AF functions are expanded as follows.
TA : Traffic information from the current and other network
stations can be received.
AF : The frequency list of preset RDS stations is updated by
EON data.
EON enables the radio to make fuller use of RDS information.
It constantly updates the AF list of preset stations, including
that currently tuned in to. For example, if you preset a station
far from home, you will later be able to receive the same station
at an alternative frequency, or any other station serving the
same program. EON also keeps track of locally available TP
stations for quick reception.
1
2
3
S
4
] [TUNE
AM Mode
q Press [BAND] to change to AM mode.
MONO
AM 1305
LOUD RDS EON TP
Classic
Music
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
AFFAIRS / INFO
EDUCATE / DRAMA
CULTURES / SCIENCE
VARIED / WEATHER
FINANCE / CHILDREN
SOCIAL A / RELIGION
PHONE IN / TRAVEL
LEISURE / DOCUMENT
CD RECEIVER WITH CHAN
TUNE
TRACK
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
(AM mode)
Rs
REP
(Clock display)
w Press [DISP] (CT).
MONO
NO CT
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
Hours
e Press and hold [DISP] (CT).
MONO
CT
LOUD RDS EON TP
0:00
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
(Hour blinks)
r Press [[TUNE] or []TUNE].
MONO
CT 18:00
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
(Hour set)
Rs
REP
(Minute blinks)
Minutes
t Press [DISP] (CT).
MONO
CT 18:00
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
y Press [[TUNE] or []TUNE].
MONO
CT 18:35
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
Rs
REP
(Minute set)
Rs
REP
(End)
u Press [DISP] (CT).
Emergency Announcement
Reception
When an emergency announcement is broadcast, the unit is
automatically switched to receiving that broadcast. If this
happens in a mode other than radio mode (CD / MP3 mode
and CD changer mode) or in Muting in TA mode, “ALARM”
blinks on the display.
MONO
CT 18:35
LOUD RDS EON TP
PTY
LOCAL
Note: Hold [[TUNE] or []TUNE] to
change numbers rapidly.
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CD / MP3 Player
Disc Insert and Playback
Listening to a CD
Insert a disc.
The unit identifies CD-DA data or MP3 data, and plays it.
(When a CD is in the player...)
Mode Selection
Press [SOURCE] to select the CD mode.
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Label Side
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Track Selection
(Disc loaded)
[fTRACK] : Advance to the next track.
[aTRACK] : Back to the beginning of the current track.
Back to the previous track. (Press twice)
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
(Data reading)
CD
Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
MP3
LOUD
CD
¡•
Rs
REP
(Ordinary music CD recognized and playback starts)
LOUD
¡•
MP3
Rs
REP
(MP3 data recognized and
playback starts a Page 16)
Notes:
¡Do not insert a disc when this indicator lights
Rs
because a disc is already loaded.
¡When a CD-R or CD-RW which has CD-DA formatted
data is loaded, this unit recognizes it as an ordinary
music CD.
¡If you record many folders and MP3 files onto a disc, it
may take up to a few minutes before playback starts.
¡If a disc contains both CD-DA and MP3 data, only firstrecorded data is played.
Press and hold
[fTRACK] : Fast forward.
[aTRACK] : Fast reverse.
Release to resume the playback.
Pause
Press [BAND] to pause.
Press [BAND] again to resume the playback.
LOUD
PAUSE
¡•
Rs
REP
Direct Track Selection
(Only for remote control)
POWER
SOURCE
MENU
Example: Track number 12
SEL
NUMBER
VOL
MUTE
Stop and Disc Eject
Press [u] to stop CD / MP3 play and
PTY
eject the disc.
Note: The unit returns to the previous mode when the
disc is ejected in the CD / MP3 player mode.
MONO/LOC
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
9
BAND
0
DISP
PWR
SET
Car Audio
Cautions:
¡Only 12 cm CD, CD-ROM, CD-R and CD-RW discs are
available for this unit.
¡Do not use irregular shaped discs.
¡Do not use discs that have a seal or label attached.
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q Press [#] (NUMBER).
w Press [1] [2].
Press [BAND] (SET).
e The
corresponding track
starts playing.
Re-input the number: Press [#] (NUMBER).
Return to regular display: Press [DISP].
Note: Random, scan and repeat play are canceled
when [#] is pressed.
Available Discs
Note: Refer to the section on “Points to remember
when recording an MP3 disc” (a Page 18) and “Notes
CD-RW CD-ROM on CD-Rs/RWs” (a Page 29).
MP3
CD-RW
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MP3
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Pause
Track Number Playing Time
Disc Indicator
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
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CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
DISP
MUTE
RANDOM
1
SOURCE
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LOUD
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LOUD
CT
PTY
PWR
¡•
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
2
3
4
SCAN
5
REMOTE
AF
REPEAT
6
REG
FOLDER
TA
Random Scan Repeat
Display Change
Disc / Track Title Scroll
Press [DISP] to change the display as follows.
Press and hold [DISP] or more than 2 seconds when track
number/track playing time display or clock display is selected.
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Track number/Track
playing time (default)
SCRL ON
LOUD
¡•
Disc title (scroll)
¡•
Track title (scroll)
Rs
REP
LOUD
LOUD
CT
LOUD
Random Play
Scan Play
First 10 sec. of each track
Repeat Play
Rs
REP
Rs
REP
Clock display
SCRL OFF¡•
¡•
Rs
RE
R
R
LOUD
Continuous scroll
Scroll stops after a circle scroll.
Notes:
¡The display shows title information only when a disc which
has CD text information is loaded. (Up to 30 letters can be
displayed when scrolling. Some letters are not serviceable.)
¡“NO TITLE” is displayed when there is no information on the disc.
¡Do not watch the scroll display while driving.
¡Press and hold [DISP] for more than 2 seconds to have
another circle scroll when set to scroll off.
Press [4] (RANDOM).
Press again to cancel.
Press [5] (SCAN).
Press again to cancel.
LOUD
¡•R
s
REP
Lights
¡•
LOUD
Rs
REP
Blinks
Press [6] (REPEAT).
Press again to cancel.
¡•R
LOUD
s
REP
Lights
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CD / MP3 Player
(continued)
Listening to a MP3
Folder Selection Order /
MP3 File Playback Order
(When an MP3 disc is in the player...)
Mode Selection
Example:
Press [SOURCE] to select the MP3 mode.
001-003¡•
Root Folder
(Root Directory)
1
2
Rs
REP
LOUD
Folder Selection
q
4
[}] : Next folder.
[{] : Previous folder.
e
3
w
File Selection
5
[fTRACK] : Advance to the next file.
[aTRACK] : Back to the beginning of the current file.
Back to the previous file. (Press twice)
6
r
8
t
Tree 1
Tree 2
Tree 3
Folder Selection: In the order
File Selection:
Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
y
7
Tree 4
1
In the order
~
8
~
q
y
Notes:
¡This unit counts the number of folders irrespective of
the presence or absence of MP3 file.
¡If the selected folder does not contain any MP3 files,
the nearest MP3 files in the order of playback will be
played.
¡Playback order may be different from other MP3
players even if the same disc is used.
Press and hold
[fTRACK] : Fast forward.
[aTRACK] : Fast reverse.
Release to resume the playback.
Pause
Press [BAND] to pause.
Press [BAND] again to resume the playback.
LOUD
PAUSE
¡•
Rs
REP
Direct Folder Selection
(Only for remote control)
POWER
SOURCE
MENU
Example: Folder number 5
SEL
NUMBER
VOL
MUTE
1
2
3
RAND
SCAN
REP
4
5
6
7
8
9
BAND
0
DISP
q Press [#] (NUMBER).
w Press [5].
e The corresponding folder
Press [BAND] (SET).
SET
Car Audio
starts playing.
Re-input the number: Press [#] (NUMBER).
Return to regular display: Press [DISP].
Notes:
¡If there is no file in the specified folder, error message
“CD -E4-” appears. Select another folder which
contains MP3 files.
¡Random, scan and repeat play are canceled when [#]
is pressed.
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Pause
Folder Number File Number Disc Indicator
APM
MONO/LOC
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RANDOM
LOUD
CT
MUTE
1
2
3
4
Random
Display Change
¡•
File playing time
¡•
MP3 folder name
(scroll)
¡•
MP3 file name
(scroll)
¡•
Clock display
Rs
REP
Rs
REP
LOUD
Rs
REP
LOUD
LOUD
¡•
Folder number/MP3
file number (default)
Rs
REP
LOUD
CT
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
Folder
Selection
SOURCE
REMOTE
REG
FOLDER
TA
Scan Repeat
Folder / File Name Scroll
Press [DISP] to change the display as follows.
LOUD
PWR
Rs
REP
LOUD
DISP
PTY
001-003¡•
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
Rs
REP
All Files
Random Play
All files in the
current folder
Scan Play
All Files
First 10 sec. of
each file
1st track in
each folder
Current file
Repeat Play
Current folder
Press and hold [DISP] for more than 2 seconds when folder
number/MP3 file number display, file playing time display or
clock display is selected.
SCRL ON
SCRL OFF¡•
¡•
Rs
RE
LOUD
Continuous scroll
R
R
LOUD
Scroll stops after a circle scroll.
Notes:
¡“NO TITLE” is displayed when there is no folder/file name.
¡The “.mp3” file name extension is not displayed.
¡“ROOT” appears when displaying the root folder’s folder
name.
¡Do not watch the scroll display while driving.
¡Press and hold [DISP] for more than 2 seconds to have
another circle scroll when set to scroll off.
Press [4] (RANDOM).
Press again to cancel.
¡•R
LOUD
s
REP
Lights
Press and hold [4] (RANDOM) for
more than 2 seconds.
Press and hold again to cancel.
Press [5] (SCAN).
Press again to cancel.
¡•R
LOUD
s
REP
Blinks
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Blinks
Press and hold [5] (SCAN) for
more than 2 seconds.
Press and hold again to cancel.
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Blinks
¡•R
Press [6] (REPEAT).
Press again to cancel.
LOUD
s
REP
Lights
Press and hold [6] (REPEAT) for
more than 2 seconds.
Press and hold again to cancel.
003-001¡•
LOUD
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Points to remember when recording an MP3 disc
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This player allows you to play MP3 files recorded on CD-ROMs, CD-Rs (Recordable) and CD-RWs (Rewritable).
What is MP3
MP3, short for MPEG Audio Layer-3, is a standard for compressing digital video data adopted for video CDs and similar
media. It is one of the audio compression systems covered by MPEG’s (Motion Picture Experts Group) digital audio
compression standards. What it does is reduce the number of bytes in a song without detracting from the sound quality
by eliminating big sound waves within the sound range that is imperceptible to the human ear. This compression allows
you to reduce the contents of a conventional music CD by a factor of around 10. This means that you can record the
contents of 10 music CDs on a single CD-R or CD-RW. (The figures refer to data recorded on a 650 MB CD-R or CD-RW
at a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps and a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz.)
■ Converting (encoding) audio data to an MP3 file
¡It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps or more” and “Fixed”.
¡Bit rate 8 kbps of MPEG-2 and sampling frequency 16 kHz of MPEG-2 can not be reproduced.
¡If set to VBR (Variable Bit Rate), the file playing time may not be displayed correctly.
¡The playback sound quality differs depending on the encoding software and the bit rate. For details refer to the user
manual of your encoding software.
■ Recording MP3 files on a CD-R/RW
¡Do not record files other than MP3s or unnecessary folders on a disc. If many folders or files other than MP3s
are recorded on a disc, it may take up to 150 seconds before playback starts, and you may have difficulties using
fast forward and fast reverse.
¡Use ISO 9660 file system (Extension of the ISO 9660 file systems are included.) APPLE HFS file system is not
supported. If they do not conform to ISO 9660 file system, the file may not play normally, or the file or folder
names may not be displayed correctly.
¡Make sure to add the “.mp3” extension to each MP3 file name. A file with a different file name extension or none
at all will not play.
¡Although Multi session recording is supported, the use of Disc-at-Once is recommended. Make sure to close the
session when you finished recording on a disc.
¡ID3Tag character information is not displayed. A file in which character information was recorded by use of
ID3Tag 2.0 or later version may not be reproduced normally. For example, the file playing time may not be displayed
correctly.
¡Packet writing software is not supported.
¡A playlist function is not supported. Record files and folders in the order in which you want them to be played.
Some writing software lets you specify the recording order by adding a prefix in the range of “01” - “99”, etc. to the
file name. For details refer to the user manual of your writing software.
Note: You may encounter trouble in playing MP3s or displaying the information of MP3 files recorded with certain
writing softwares or CD recorders (CD-R/RW drives).
Caution: Never assign the “.mp3” file name extension to a file that is not in the MP3 format. This may not only
produce noise from the speakers and speaker damage, but can damage your hearing.
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Maximum number of files / folders
¡Maximum number of trees: 8
¡Maximum number of files / folders: 254 (files + folders. Root folder is not included.)
Note: If the total of files and folders exceeds 254, successful playback may not be performed.
Supported file systems and file names
Supported file system
Displayable folder names and file names
ISO 9660 Level 1
Name files and folders in accordance with the standard of each file system.
Refer to the instructions of writing software for details.
ISO 9660 Level 2
¡This player can display file names of up to 30 letters in scroll mode.
* Up to 15 letters can be displayed when scrolling in the Joliet system.
¡The unit recognizes only ASCII character set and some of special characters.
German special character (ß), French special characters (ç, é, è, ê, ë, î, ï, œ)
etc. will be converted into an asterisk (*).
Joliet*
Romeo
Apple Extension to ISO 9660
ASCII character set
Special Characters
ASCII character set consisting of A to
Z, a to z, digits 0 to 9, and the following symbols: (space) ! ” # $ % & ’ ( )
*+,-./:;<=>[email protected][\]ˆ_`{|}~
(However, lowercase characters are
represented as uppercase characters
in this unit.)
À Á Â Ã Å à á â ã å
UD
UD
UD
Ä ä
Ò Ó Ô Õ Ö ò ó ô õ ö
Ù Ú Û Ü ù ú û ü
Glossary
ISO 9660
Disc-at-Once
The most common international standard for the logical
format for files and directories.
A method of writing data in a media by just one operation
and no more writing after that.
APPLE HFS
ID3Tag
The file system used by the Macintosh operating system
to organize data. (Not supported)
A function that allows character information (title, artist,
album title, date, etc.) to be written onto the disc.
(Not displayed a Page 18).
Multi-session
A method of adding data incrementally to a CD-R or CDRW in more than one recording session.
Packet writing
A method of writing data on a CD media in small
increments. (Not supported)
Copyright
It is prohibited by copyright laws to copy, distribute and deliver copyrighted materials such as music without the approval
of copyright holder except enjoying yourself personally.
Note: MP3 encode software and writing software are not supplied to this model.
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CD Changer Control
CD changer functions are designed for
optional Panasonic CD changer unit.
(a Page 26 for connection)
Insert the Magazine
Playback starts.
Listening to a CD Changer
(When the magazine is in the player...)
Mode Selection
Press [SOURCE] to select the CD changer mode.
LOUD
Rs
REP
Disc Selection
[}] : Next disc.
[{] : Previous disc.
Track Selection
[fTRACK] : Advance to the next track.
[aTRACK] : Back to beginning of the current track.
Back to previous track. (Press twice)
Example: CD Changer CX-DP88N (Option)
Notes:
¡“CDC 0000” is displayed when no disc is loaded in the
magazine.
¡The unit returns to previous mode when the magazine
is ejected in the CD changer mode.
¡CD text is not supported in the CD changer mode.
CD text can not be displayed even if a CD changer
capable of recognizing CD text is connected.
(CX-DP9061EN, for example.)
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Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
Press and hold
[2TRACK] : Fast forward.
[1TRACK] : Fast reverse.
Release to resume the playback.
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Disc Number
Track Number
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PTY
PWR
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
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LOUD
DISP
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
SOURCE
REMOTE
EON . PTY . CT
MUTE
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
Disc
Selection
REG
FOLDER
Random Scan Repeat
Display Change
Press [DISP] to switch the display as follows.
Rs
REP
LOUD
LOUD
CT
¡•
Rs
REP
Track number/Track playing time/
Disc number (default)
Clock display
All tracks
Random Play
All tracks on
the current disc
Scan Play
First 10 sec. of
each track
All tracks
1st track on
each disc
Current track
Repeat Play
Current disc
Press [4] (RANDOM).
Press again to cancel.
LOUD
Rs
REP
Lights
Press and hold [4] (RANDOM) for
more than 2 seconds.
Press and hold again to cancel.
Press [5] (SCAN).
Press again to cancel.
LOUD
Rs
REP
Blinks
LOUD
Rs
REP
Blinks
Press and hold [5] (SCAN) for
more than 2 seconds.
Press and hold again to cancel.
LOUD
Rs
REP
Blinks
Press [6] (REPEAT).
Press again to cancel.
LOUD
Rs
REP
Lights
Press and hold [6] (REPEAT) for
more than 2 seconds.
Press and hold again to cancel.
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Installation
Supplied Hardware
Preparation
No.
¡Before installation, check the radio operation with
antenna and speakers.
¡Disconnect the cable from the negative (–) battery
terminal (see caution below).
¡Unit should be installed in a horizontal position with the
front end up at a convenient angle, but not more than
30°.
30° or less
Diagram
Item
Q’ty
q
Mounting Collar
1
w
Mounting Bolt (5 mmø)
1
e
Power Connector
1
r
Removable Face Plate Case
1
t
Trim Plate
1
y
ISO Antenna Adapter
1
Caution: Do not disconnect the battery terminals of a
car with trip or navigational computer since all user
settings stored in memory will be lost. Instead take
extra care with installing the unit to prevent shorts.
Methods for Fixing the Rear of the Unit
Dashboard Installation
Installation Opening
The unit can be installed
in any dashboard having
182 mm
an opening as shown at
right. The dashboard
should be 4.5 mm - 6 mm
thick in order to be able to support the unit.
(a) Using the Rear Support Strap (Option)
53 mm
Installation Precautions
This product should be installed by a professional
installer, if possible.
In case of difficulty, please consult your nearest authorized
Panasonic Service Center.
1. This system is to be used only in a 12-volt, DC battery
system (car) with negative ground.
2. Follow the electrical connections carefully (a Page 26).
Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit.
3. Connect the power lead (red) after all other connections
are made.
4. Be sure to connect the battery lead (yellow) to the positive
terminal (+) of the battery or fuse block (BAT) terminal.
5. Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuiting.
6. Secure all loose wires after installing the unit.
7. Please carefully read the operating and installation
instructions of the respective equipment before
connecting it to this unit.
Tapping Screw (Option)
Fire Wall of Car
3 mmø
Hex. Nut (Option)
Rear Support Strap (Option)
w Mounting Bolt
q Mounting Collar
(b) Using the Rubber Cushion (Option)
Rear Support Bracket
(Provided on the car)
Rubber Cushion
(Option)
w Mounting Bolt
q Mounting Collar
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Cautions:
¡We strongly recommend that you wear gloves for installation work to protect yourself from injuries.
¡When bending the mounting tab of the mounting collar with a screwdriver, be careful not to injure your
hands and fingers.
First complete the electrical connections, and then
check them for correctness. (a Page 26)
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Insert Mounting Collar q into the
dashboard, and bend the mounting
tabs out with a screwdriver.
The tabs to be bent vary depending on
the car. To securely install the unit, fully
bend a number of the tabs so that there
is no rattling.
Tab
Example:
q Mounting Collar
Lock Lever (C)
e Power Connector
Mounting Tabs
w Mounting Bolt
2
3
4
Secure the rear of the unit.
After fixing Mounting Bolt w and Power
Connector e, fix the rear of the unit to the
car body by either method (a) or (b) shown
on the previous page.
Insert Trim Plate t.
After installation reconnect the
negative (–) battery terminal.
Make sure that the lock lever (C)
is flush with the mounting collar
(not projecting outward).
Lock Lever
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Installation (continued)
To Remove the Unit
q Remove the removable face plate.
q Pull out
(a) Press the release
button [
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MONO/LOC
PTY
PWR
SOURCE
w
(b) Pull on the right side of the unit.
w Remove the Trim Plate t with a screwdriver.
t Trim Plate
Screwdriver
1
Contact
e Pull out the unit while pushing down the lock
lever with a screwdriver.
2
Lock Lever
Screwdriver
r Remove the unit pulling with both hands.
Cautions:
¡Do not touch the contacts on the face plate or on the main unit, since this may result in poor electrical contacts.
¡If dirt or other foreign substances get on the contacts, wipe them off with clean and dry cloth.
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Anti-Theft System
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This unit is equipped with a removable face plate. Removing
this face plate makes the radio totally inoperable.
r Removable Face Plate Case
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Place Removable Face Plate
into Case
q Switch off the power of the unit.
w Remove the removable face plate. (a Page 24)
e Gently press the bottom of the case and open the cover.
Place the face plate into the case and take it with you
when you leave the car.
Cautions:
¡This face plate is not water-proof. Do not expose it to water or excessive moisture.
¡Do not remove the face plate while driving your car.
¡Do not place the face plate on the dashboard or nearby areas where the temperature rises to high levels.
Install Removable Face Plate
w
q Slide the left side of the removable face plate in place.
w Press the right end of removable face plate until “click” is
heard.
q
Panel Removal Alarm
This alarm sounds to warn you not to forget to remove the
panel before leaving your car.
APM
MONO/LOC
VOL
Press and hold [SEL] to switch between “ALRM ON” or
“ALRM OFF” in turn.
ALRM ON
Panel removal alarm
is activated.
ALRM OFF
Panel removal alarm
is not activated.
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BAND
CD RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
PTY
PWR
PANEL
TUNE
TRACK
SEL
DISP
REMOTE
EON . PTY . CT
RANDOM
LOUD
CT
SOURCE
MUTE
1
2
3
4
SCAN
5
AF
REPEAT
6
TA
REG
FOLDER
“PANEL” is displayed and an alarm sounds when
turning off the power of this unit or turning the
ignition switch of your car to OFF while the panel
removal alarm is set to ON.
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Electrical Connections
Cautions:
¡Check the connectors provided on your car (see
precaution below) before connecting the system.
¡This unit is designed for use in a car having a 12volt negative ground battery system.
¡To prevent damage to the unit, be sure to follow the
connection diagram.
¡Strip about 5 mm of the lead ends for connection
(only non-ISO connector cords).
¡Do not insert the power connector into the unit
until the wiring is completed.
¡Be sure to insulate any exposed wires to prevent
short circuiting with the car chassis. Bundle all
cables, and prevent cable terminals from touching
any metal parts.
Wiring Diagram
Example: Connection with CD changer CX-DP88N (Option)
RCA Cord
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(L) (White)
Antenna
CD Changer
Control Connector
(R) (Red)
Precautions (ISO Connector)
¡The pin arrangement of the power connector
conforms to ISO standard.
¡The pin arrangement of ISO connectors in some
cars may differ from the ISO standard.
¡Please check that the pin arrangement of the
connector in your car conforms to ISO standard.
¡For car types A and B, change the wiring of the
red and yellow leads as shown at below.
¡After connection, insulate the portions marked
(C) with insulating tape.
Note: For cars other than types A and B, please
consult your local car shop.
ISO
Standard ISO
A7: IGN or ACC switched 12 V supply
A7
(Red) C (Red)
ACC
BATTERY 15A
(Yellow)C (Yellow)
A4
A4: +12 V Battery (Permanent supply)
A
Car Type A
A7: +12 V Battery (Permanent supply)
(Red)
C (Yellow)
BATTERY 15A
(Yellow) C (Red)
ACC
A4: IGN or ACC switched 12 V supply
B
Car Type B
A7: +12 V Battery (Permanent supply)
(Red) C (Red)
ACC
BATTERY 15A
(Yellow) C (Yellow)
A4: No connection
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(L) (White)
(R) (Red)
y ISO Antenna
Adapter
(If needed)
Preamp Out
Connector (Rear)
CD Changer
Input Connector
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¡This unit can be connected to an optional CD changer (CXDP9061/DP9060EN, CX-DP88N, CX-DP801/DP803EN, CXDP601EN or CX-DP1212N) and optional extension cord.
¡For details consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Dealer.
¡For connection to a CD changer, refer to the operating
instructions of the CD changer (CX-DP9061/DP9060EN, CXDP88N, CX-DP801/DP803EN, CX-DP601EN or CX-DP1212N).
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CD Changer
CX-DP88N
Ground Lead (Black)
To a clean, bare metallic part
of the car chassis
Extension Cord
(DIN/BATT/RCA/GND)
Battery Lead (Yellow)
To the car battery, continuous +12 V DC
Fuse (3 A)
DIN Cord
C1 : External Mute Lead (Orange)
Telephone Mute: Connect to the car telephone mute lead.
Note: The telephone mute lead is only for connection to the
radio mute lead. Output other than telephone will not be muted
Navi Mute: To the Navi Mute lead of the Panasonic car navigation
system.
e Power
Connector
Telephone Mute: The sound from the speakers cannot be
heard while the telephone conversation is in progress.
Navi Mute: The sound from the speakers cannot be heard
while the navigation guide is on.
(Orange)
A5* (Blue)
ISO Connector A (Black)
A7 (Red)
ACC
A8 (Black)
A5* : Amp.Relay Control Power Lead (Blue)
(Max. 500 mA)* This lead is for connection to
a Panasonic power amplifier.
A8 : Ground Lead (Black)
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car chassis.
A7 : Power Lead (ACC or IGN) (Red)
To ACC power, +12 V DC.
Resistor (1 kΩ)
A5* : Motor Antenna Relay Control Lead (Blue)
To Motor Antenna (Max. 500 mA)*. This lead is
not intended for use with a switch actuated
power antenna.
Note: The power antenna extends automatically
when the power of this unit is turned on.
A4 : Battery Lead (Yellow)
To the car battery, continuous +12 V DC.
A5 (Blue)
A4 (Yellow)
BATTERY 15A
Fuse (15 A)
ISO Connector B (Brown)
B8 (Green w/black stripe)
B6 (White w/black stripe)
B7 (Green)
B4 (Gray w/black stripe)
B5 (White )
B2 (Violet w/black stripe)
B3 (Gray)
B1 (Violet )
Speakers
B8 : Rear Left –
B7 : Rear Left +
B6 : Front Left –
B5 : Front Left +
B4 : Front Right –
B3 : Front Right +
B2 : Rear Right –
B1 : Rear Right +
A5*: This lead can be used as either Amp.Relay Control Power Lead or Motor Antenna Relay Control Lead, or both at
the same time. However, the current capacity of this lead is 500 mA.
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Caution: Please follow the instructions given below. Failure to do so will cause damage to the unit and speakers.
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¡Use ungrounded speaker only.
¡The maximum speaker output should be 45 W or more. (If used with
the optional power amplifier, the speaker output should be higher than
the maximum amplifier output.)
¡The speaker impedance should be 4 - 8 Ω.
¡This unit uses the BTCL circuit, so each speaker should be connected
separately using parallel vinyl insulated cords.
¡The speaker cords and the power amplifier unit should be kept away
(about 30 cm apart) from the antenna and antenna extension cord.
¡Never connect the speaker cord to
the body of the car.
¡Do not use a 3-wire type speaker
system having a common earth
lead.
¡Do not connect more than one
speaker to one set of speaker
leads.
Fuse
Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher ratings, or connecting the unit
directly without a fuse, could cause fire or damage to the unit.
If the replacement fuse fails, contact your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Center.
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Maintenance
Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure the minimum of maintenance. Use a soft cloth for routine exterior
cleaning. Never use benzine, thinner, or other solvents.
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Notes on CD / CD Media (CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW)
If you use commercial CDs, they must have
either of these labels shown at right.
TEXT
How to hold the disc
¡Do not touch the underside of the disc.
¡Do not scratch on the disc.
¡Do not bend disc.
¡When not in use, keep disc in the case.
Label side
Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
Do not leave discs in the following places:
¡Direct sunlight
¡Near car heaters
¡Dirty, dusty and damp areas
¡Seats and dashboards
Disc cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe from the center outward.
Do not use irregularly shaped discs.
<Right>
<Wrong>
Caution on new discs
A new disc may have rough edges on its inner and outer
perimeter. These may cause malfunction.
Remove the rough edges using a pencil, etc.
Rough edge
Do not attach any seals or labels to your discs.
Do not write on the disc label in a heavy pen or
ballpoint pen.
Notes on CD-Rs/RWs
¡You may have trouble playing back some CD-R/RW discs recorded on CD recorders (CD-R/RW drives), either due to
their recording characteristics or dirt, fingerprints, scratches, etc. on the disc surface.
¡CD-R/RW discs are less resistant to high temperatures and high humidity than ordinary music CDs. Leaving them inside
a car for extended periods may damage and make playback impossible.
¡Some CD-R/RWs cannot be played back successfully thanks to incompatibility among writing software, a CD recorder
(CD-R/RW drive) and the discs.
¡This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs if the session is not closed.
¡This player cannot play the CD-R/RW discs which contains other than CD-DA or MP3 data (Video CD, etc.).
¡Be sure to observe the instructions of CD-R/RW disc for handling it.
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Preliminary Steps
Check and take steps as described in the tables below.
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If You Suspect Something Wrong
Immediately switch power off.
Disconnect the power cable and check that there is neither
smoke nor heat from the unit before asking for repairs. Never try
to repair the unit yourself because it is dangerous to do so.
Cautions:
¡Do not use the unit if it malfunctions or
something is wrong.
¡Do not use the unit in an irregular condition,
for example, without sound, or with smoke or
foul smell, which can cause ignition or electric
shock. Immediately stop using the unit and
call the store where you purchased it.
Product Service
If the suggestions in the charts do not solve the problem, we recommend that you take it to your nearest authorized
Panasonic Service Center. The product should be serviced only by a qualified technician.
■ Common
Problem
Possible cause / Possible solution
Car’s engine switch is not on.
aTurn your car’s ignition switch to ACC or ON.
Cables are not correctly connected.
aConnect cables correctly.
Battery cable: Connect the battery cable to the terminal that is always live.
Accessory cable: Connect the accessory cable to your car’s ACC source.
Grounding wire: Connect the grounding wire to a metal part of your car.
No power.
Fuse is burnt.
aCall the store where you purchased the unit, or your nearest Panasonic
Service Center and ask for replacement fuse.
Mute is set to ON.
aSet it to OFF.
Cables are not correctly connected.
aConnect cables correctly.
No sound.
External Mute lead is not correctly connected.
aConnect the External Mute lead correctly.
Condensation (dew).
aWait for a while before use.
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Noise.
A mobile phone is used near the unit.
aKeep the mobile phone away from the unit.
Audio sound is output
but the display shows
demonstration message.
Demonstration mode is ON.
a Press [DISP] to cancel demonstration mode.
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Station is too far, or signals are too weak.
aSelect other stations of higher signal level.
Poor reception of FM
stereo and monaural
broadcasts.
The radio antenna is not extended enough.
aExtend the radio antenna enough.
The motor antenna relay control lead is not connected correctly.
aIf there is a motor antenna in the car, connect the motor antenna relay
control lead to the motor antenna lead that is installed in the car correctly.
Preset station is reset.
Battery cable is not correctly connected.
aConnect the battery cable to the terminal that is always live.
■ CD / MP3
Problem
Possible cause / Possible solution
Disc is upside down.
aPlace disc in the correct direction with the label side up.
Disc is in the CD
compartment but no
sound is made, or disc
is ejected automatically.
Disc is dirty.
aClean disc, referring to the section on “Notes on CD / CD Media (CD-ROM,
CD-R, CD-RW)” (a Page 29).
A disc that has data other than CD-DA or MP3 type is loaded.
aDiscs that have CD-DA or MP3 type data should be used.
aSome CD-R/RWs cannot be played back successfully thanks to
incompatibility among writing software, a CD recorder (CD-R/RW drive)
and the discs. Refer to instructions for the concerned devices for details.
Sound skips, bad
sound quality. (e.g.
caused by noise)
Disc is dirty.
aClean disc, referring to the section on “Notes on CD / CD Media (CD-ROM,
CD-R, CD-RW)” (a Page 29).
aSome CD-R/RWs cannot be played back successfully thanks to
incompatibility among writing software, a CD recorder (CD-R/RW drive)
and the discs. Refer to instructions for the concerned devices for details.
Mounting angle is over 30 degrees.
aAdjust mounting angle to less than 30 degrees.
Sound skip due to
vibration.
Disc is not ejected.
Unstable mounting.
aMount the unit securely with the mounting parts, referring to the section
on Installation.
¡Disc is defective.
¡Mechanical trouble.
aPress [u]. If normal operation is not restored, call the store where you
purchased the unit or the nearest Panasonic Service Center to ask for
repairs.
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■ CD
Problem
Possible cause / Possible solution
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CD text is not
displayed normally.
Disc is dirty, or has scratches.
aClean disc, referring to the section on “Notes on CD / CD Media (CD-ROM,
CD-R, CD-RW)” (a Page 29).
Time is counted but no
sound comes out.
The 1st track of a mix mode disc was reproduced. (Mix mode is a format in
which data except music is recorded on the 1st track and music data is recorded
on other than the 1st track in a session.)
aPlayback music data recorded on other than the 1st track.
■ MP3
Problem
No playback.
Possible cause / Possible solution
The disc does not conform to any of the file systems supported by this player.
aInsert a disc that conforms to the file systems supported by this player.
For supported file systems, see “Points to remember when recording an
MP3 disc” (a Page 18).
The MP3 file is missing the “.mp3” file name extension.
aMake sure to add the “.mp3” extension to each MP3 file name.
It takes too long for
playback to start.
Poor recording quality,
sound skipping.
The folders and files recorded on the disc are layered too much.
aAs checking of files takes longer in this case, do not record any
unnecessary folders or files other than MP3s on the disc.
(If there are many hierarchies of files and folders, it may take up to 150
seconds to start playback.)
aThe recording quality differs depending on the encoding software used,
and on settings such as the bit rate. Set the bit rate within the range
specified in the specifications chart (a Page 35).
It is recommended to set the bit rate to “128 kbps or more” and “Fixed”.
High-speed writing was executed when MP3 data was recorded on the disc.
aDecrease writing speed as low as possible.
Files are not played in
the desired order.
Folder / file name is not
displayed correctly.
Files or folders are not recorded in the desired playback order.
aSome writing software lets you specify the recording order by adding a
prefix in the range of “01” - “99”, etc. to the file name. For details refer
to the user manual of your writing software.
The disc does not conform to the file systems supported by this player.
aInsert a disc that conforms to the file systems supported by this player.
For supported file systems see “Points to remember when recording an
MP3 disc” (a Page 18).
aThere may be a problem with your writing software or CD recorder (CDR/RW drive). For details refer to the user manual of your writing software.
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Problem
Possible cause / Possible solution
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You ran the file in fast forward or fast reverse during playback or turned off the
ignition switch of the car during playback.
aPlaying another file will return the file playing time to normal.
File playing time is not
displayed correctly.
You played a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) format MP3 file.
aThe file playing time of VBR (Variable Bit Rate) format MP3 file is
sometimes displayed incorrectly.
You played a file in which character information had been recorded by use of
ID3Tag 2.0 or later version.
aA file in which character information was recorded by use of ID3Tag 2.0
or later version may not be reproduced normally. For example, the file
playing time may not be displayed correctly.
■ Sound Setting
Problem
No sound from left,
right, front, or rear
speaker.
Left and right sounds
are reversed.
Possible cause / Possible solution
Left and right balance, or front and rear balance is off on one side.
aAdjust balance / fader as appropriate (a Page 7).
Cables are not correctly connected.
aConnect the cables correctly.
The speaker leads are connected in reverse between right and left.
aConnect the speaker leads to the correct one.
■ Remote Control
Problem
Possible cause / Possible solution
Battery polarities (+) (–) are reversed.
aInsert the battery correctly.
Buttons are invalid for
operation.
Wrong battery.
aCheck the battery.
Battery has run down.
aReplace the battery.
Remote control is in the wrong direction.
aDirect the remote controller at REMOTE (sensor) on the panel.
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Error Display Messages
■ CD / MP3
Display
Possible cause / Possible solution
¡•
¡Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
¡A disc that has data other than CD-DA or MP3 type is loaded.
¡•
Disc has scratches.
Rs
REP
LOUD
Rs
REP
LOUD
The disc ejected automatically
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
Return to previous mode
a Check disc.
No operation by some cause.
a If normal operation is not restored, call the store where you purchased
the unit or the nearest Panasonic Service Center to ask for repairs.
When there is no MP3 files in the specified folder during direct MP3 folder selection.
a Select another folder which contains MP3 files.
¡•
Rs
REP
LOUD
The player for some reason cannot read the file you are trying to play. (File
recorded in an unsupported file system, compression scheme, data format,
file name extension, damaged data, etc.)
a Select a file that the player can read. Confirm the type of data recorded
on the disc. Create a new disc if necessary.
■ CD Changer
Display
LOUD
Possible cause / Possible solution
Rs
REP
Disc has scratches.
LOUD
Disc Number
To next disc automatically
LOUD
LOUD
¡Disc is dirty, or is upside down.
¡A disc other than a music CD (CD-DA type) is loaded.
a Check disc.
¡•
No operation by some cause.
a Press the reset switch on the CD changer. If normal operation is not
restored, call the store where you purchased the unit or the nearest
Panasonic Service Center to ask for repairs.
The display continues if you cannot switch off the power.
¡•
No disc is in the changer (magazine).
a Insert discs into the changer (magazine).
Rs
REP
Rs
REP
Notes:
¡Some CD changers will let this unit to be turned off after “CDC -E3-” error message appears.
¡For details refer to the operating instructions of your CD changer.
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Specifications
General
CD Player
Power Supply
: DC 12 V (11 V - 16 V), Test
Voltage 14.4 V, Negative
Ground
Tone Controls
: Bass; ±12 dB at 100 Hz
: Treble; ±12 dB at 10 kHz
Current Consumption
: Less than 2.5 A (CD mode,
0.5 W 4-Speaker)
Maximum Power Output : 45 W x 4 (at 4 Ω)
Power Output
: 20 W x 4 (DIN45 324, at 4 Ω)
Pre-Amp Output Voltage
: 2 V (CD mode)
Pre-Amp Output Impedance: 200 Ω
Speaker Impedance
: 4-8Ω
Dimensions
: 178 (W) x 50 (H) x 150 (D) mm
Weight
: 1.5 kg
Sampling Frequency
DA Converter
Error Correction System
FM Stereo Radio
Bit Rate
(MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3) : 32 kbps - 256 kbps,
VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
(MPEG 2 Audio Layer 3) : 16 kbps - 160 kbps,
VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
Sampling Frequency
(MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3) : 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
(MPEG 2 Audio Layer 3) : 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo Separation
: 87.5 - 108 MHz
: 6 dB/µV (S/N 30 dB)
: 35 dB (at 1 kHz)
MW Radio
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
: 531 - 1,602 kHz
: 28 dB/µV (S/N 20 dB)
Pick-Up Type
Light Source
Wavelength
Frequency Response
Signal to Noise Ratio
Total Harmonic Distortion
Wow and Flutter
Channel Separation
MP3 decoding
: 8 times oversampling
: MASH• 1 bit/4 DAC System
: Panasonic Super Decoding
Algorithm
: Astigma 3-beam
: Semiconductor laser
: 780 nm
: 20 Hz - 20 kHz (±1 dB)
: 96 dB
: 0.01 % (1 kHz)
: Below measurable limits
: 70 dB
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: MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3
MPEG 2 Audio Layer 3
LW Radio
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
: 153 - 279 kHz
: 32 dB/µV (S/N 20 dB)
Note: Specifications and design are subject to modification without notice due to improvements.
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 542-8588, Japan
Dalian Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd.
Daxinzhaizi, Ganjingzi District, Dalian, China P.C. 116033
YEFM283841 D0102-0
Printed in China
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