Panasonic RXDS101 Operating instructions

Panasonic RXDS101 Operating instructions
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Portable Stereo CD System
В MODEL NO. RX-DS1 01
Panasonic
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product,
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Thank you for purchasing this unit. For optimum performance, follow these operating
instructions carefully. ENGLISH 719
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This apparatus was produced to BS 800
Cet appareil est conforme aux prescriptions de la Directive 87/308/C E E
eQuesto apparecchio € contorme al D M. 13.4. 1989 (Direttva 87/308:CEE ) sulta soppressrone de: rachodisturt»
eVOLDOET AAN EEG RICHTLIJN 87/30BE E.G.
eDette apparat overhoider det gaeldende EF -direktiv vedrorentie radiostey
e Este modelo cumple con la norma EC (para interferencias de radio 877308/E EC)
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important As the colours of the wires m the mains lead of this
THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN appuratus may Not correspond with he coloured markings
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE. identifying the terminats in your plug procesd as toBows The
BLUE: NEUTRAL wire wfrich is colored BLUE must be connected to the
BROWN: LIVE o DT Tommie which: те танке withthe letter Ni or coloured
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
RED
Under mo circumstances myst edher of the above wires be
connected to the earth terminal of a Three pin plug.
| 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.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
: PERSONNEL.
WARNUNG!
DIESES PRODUKT ERZEUGT LASERSTRAH-
LUNG.
DURCHFUHRUNG ANDERER VORGÁNGE ALS
DER HIER ANGEGEBENEN KANN ZU GE-
FÄHRLICHER STRAHLUNG FÜHREN.
AEPARATUREN DURFEN NUR VON QUALIFI-
ZIERTEM FACHPERSONAL DURCHGEFÜHRT
WERDEN.
AVERTISSEMENT!
CET APPAREIL UTILISE UN LASER.
L'UTILISATION DE COMMANDES OU DE RE-
GLAGES OU L'EXECUTION DE PROCEDURES
AUTRES QUE CELLES SPECIFIEES ICI PEUVENT
PROVOQUER UNE EXPOSITION A DES RADI
ATIONS DANGEREUSES.
NE PAS OUVRIR LES COUVERCLES NI ES-
SAYER DE RÉPARER SOI-MÊME. CONFIER
TOUT TRAVAIL D'ENTRETIEN À UN PERSONNEL
QUALIFIÉ.
ATTENZIONE!
QUESTO APPARECCHIO UTILIZZA UN LASER.
L'USO Di APPARECCHI DI CONTROLLO O DI
REGOLAZIONE, O PROCEDURE DI UTILIZZA-
ZIONE DIVERSE DA QUELLE INDICATE IN
QUESTO MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI, POSSONO
CAUSARE L'ESPOSIZIÓONE A RADIAZIONI
PERICOLOSE.
NON APRIRE J COPERCHI E NON CERCARE DI
RIPARARE DA SOLL PER QUALSIASI RI-
PARAZIONE RIVOLGERSI A PERSONALE
QUALIFICATO.
BEMÆRK!
I DETTE APPARAT ANVENDES EN LASER.
BRUG AF BETJENINGSKNAPPER ELLER
REGULERINGER ELLER FREMGANGSMADER
UDOVER DE | DENNE BETJENINGSVEJLEDNING
ANGIVNE, KAN MEDFORE FARE FOR
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FORSOG IKKE AT UDFQRE REPARATIONER
SELV. REPARATIONER MA KUN FORETAGES
VAROITUS!
SUOJAKOTELOA El SAA AVATA.
LAITE SISALTAA LASERDIODIN, JOKA LA-
HETTAA NAKYMATONTA, SILMILLE VAARAL-
LISTA LASERSATEILYA.
AF KVALIFICEREDE TEKNIKERE.
VORSICHT- Unsichtbare
Abdeckung geöffnet und
Sıcherhertsverriegelung
Uberbruckt. Nicht dem
Strahl aussetzen.
(Im Inneren des Gerätes}
POSURE TO BEAM.
{Inside of product)
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QD Display section (E) Band selector (BAND)
—. AC Track display
B: Playing time display
C: Program indicator ([PROGRAM])
D: Repeat indicator { =~
faïTone controi (T ONE)
- (7) Memory/recall button (MEMORY, RECALL)
Press this button to program the desired track(s) and to
conti the programmed contentís).
(2) Edit pause button (EDIT PAUSE)
Press this button when recording a disc with edit pause
function,
<=: Repeat button (REPEAT)
ño; Skip/search buttons (-4/<<, >»/>»)
; Press either button to skip {backward or forward) the
tracks, or to search (backward or forward) the desired
portion of the disc.
— GIStop/clear button (IB CLEAR)
Press this button to stop the disc play or to clear the
programmed track(s} and sequence.
- <iZPlay/pause button (»/11)
— Press this button to start the disc play or stop the disc
play temporarily.
- {is}Volume control (VOLUME)
7 da Function select buttons
(TAPE, TUNER/B.P, CD)
Press one of these buttons lo listen to tapes, radio
broadcasts or compact discs.
; Ga) Operation switch (| OPERATION |)
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17) Tuning contro! (TUNING)
This control is used to tune the radio to the desired
broadcast frequency.
(8) Display section
A: Tuner mode display
B: Stereo indicator ( )
C: Tape mode display
(g)Record button (@ [REC]) _
Press this button to record a tape.
20) Playback button (> PLAY)
Press this button to playback a tape.
E Rewind /review button (<< REW/REV)
Press this button to rewind the tape during stop condi-
tion, or to search the desired portion (backward) during
playback.
(22) Fast forward/cue button (»» FF/CUE)
Press this button to fast forward the tape during stop
condition, or to search the desired portion (forward)
during playback.
(3) Stop/eject button (B/4 STOPÆJECT)
Press this button to stop the tape during tape movement,
and to open the cassette compartment cover during tape
stop condition, TC OU
(24) Pause button (II PAUSE)
Press this button to stop the tape temporarily.
(25; Cassette compartment cover
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(26) Handle
7) Telescopic antenna
(26) Battery compartment cover
FM mode selector (FM MODE)
(39) Mixing microphone jack (MIX MIC)
(6) Headphones jack (PHONES)
@) AC socket (AC IN-)
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POWER SOURCE
E Battery operation (10 R20/LR20)
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Insert 10 R20/LR20 (UM-1 or equivalent, not included) batteries into the battery compartment, making sure that the balteries are
installed in the designated numerical order and that the proper polarities are maintained.
- Battery lite
When the batteries get weak, the display of the front panel
will start to flash.
if it occurs, replace all batteries with new ones.
Note:
If you continue to use the cassette deck section or compact
disc player section while the display shows figure (1) the
display will change to figure (2) state, and the unit will be
automatically switched OFF.
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Important note:
tf you cannot open the cassette compartment cover and
eject the cassette tape when running this unit on batteries,
replace the batterias with new onas, dr USA AC power
source, and then pertorm the operation once again.
The hole for taking out the batteries is on the bottom
of this unit
insert your finger, and then push out the batteries.
BE AC mains
Cormect the inchided AC mains cord to the AC socket in the
unit nd your household AC mains outlet,
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Note:
To operate on battery power, unplug the AC mains
cord from the household AC mains outlet and the AC
socket on the unit.
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— PRECAUTIONS
- = if the set is not used for a long period of time or is * Wher not in use, disconnect the AC mains cord from the =
sed only from an AC mains source, remove all the AC mains outlet. =
.- batteries 10 prevent potential damage due to possible * The operation switch does not separate entire unit -
= battery leakage. from mains even if in “OFF” position.
od us or placing this unt near sources of heat. Do
- Not leave it in an automobile exposed to direct sunlight for
-— along tIme with the doors and windows closed as this may _
+7 deform the cabinet. Max. 40°C
"= Avoid cuts, scratches, or poor connections in the AC mains
0: cord, as they may result in possible fire or electric shock
- hazard. Also, excessive bending, pulling or splicing of the
- tord should be avoided.
- Do not unplug the AC mains cord by pulling on the cord. To
_— Wo so may cause premature failure or shock hazard.
- = Оо not operate the set on AC mains in a bathroom, as a
. potential shock hazard may result.
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= To prevent possible damage to this unit
4 WARNING:
i * Load new batteries with their polarities (+ and =) TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
aligned correctly, SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
“ L… * Do not apply heat to batteries, or internal short- RAIN OR MOISTURE.
circuit may occur.
= If this unit is not to be used for a long perlod of time,
or used on AC mains supply, remove all batteries
end store them in a cool and dry place.
* Remove spent batteries immediately.
+ Do not use old and new batterles together. Also
| never use an alkaline battery with a manganese
- - battery.
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BASIC OPERATING PROCEDURE
E Extra bass system (BS LEVEL) MW After use
wwhen the extra bass system control is adjusted, the level of _ Be sure to reduce the volume level, and turn off by pressing
ine dynamic low frequency sound range is boosted. the operation switch.
- lisina this system with the tone control helps you to get more
dynamic sounds.
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PLAYING A DISC
ER Sequential play * To stop disc play
1. Press the operation switch to turn on the unit. Press the stop/clear button.
2. Press the “CD” button of the function select buttons. The disc wi automatically stop when aff the tracks have
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3. Press the CD eject button and insert a disc, then close
the cover.
The label must face upward,
When the disc holder is closed, the disc rotates, and both
the total number of tracks and the total playing time
appear on the display.
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4. Press the play/pause button.
The first track on the disc will start to play.
The number of the track being played will appear on the
display.
Playing time per track
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5. Adiust volume.
6. Adjust the tone and extra bass system controls.
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Press the play/pause button during disc play.
The playing time display will start to fash.
Playing time display flashes —
When the play/pause button is pressed again, disc play win
resume from where it was previously stopped.
been played through
Note:
Always press the stop/clear button to stop the disc
play before opening the disc holder to avoid possible
damage to the disc and/or the disc player mecha-
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E Direct access play
A disc can be played from a specific track to the end of the
last track.
1. Press the skip/sesrch button ([HTU<< or PPB) to
Press the skip/search button repeatediy until the desired
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. E Program play
- Up to 16 tracks can be programmed.
-T. Press the skip/search Быйоп (4/44 ог >>) to
specify the desired track.
Press the skip/search button repeatedly until the desired
; track appears.
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- Press the memory/recall button.
- The play sequence Is first indicated and after about
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Total playing time for specified tracks
И the track number 21 higher has been specified, the
display reads "- —.— —
: Æ Repeat the steps 1-2 to be played In sequence.
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"FULL" appears and flashes on the display when the
program memory is already full. This is to Indicate that no
more additional track can be programmed.
. Press the play/pause button.
Play starts In the programmed sequence.
PLAYING A DISC
* To stop the program play
— Press the stop/clear button.
Play will stop automatically when all the programmed tracks
have been played through.
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(Play will stop and the play program will be retained.)
"= To confirm the program tracks
- The tracks which have been programmed and the play
sequence can be checked for about 1 second when the
mémory/racail button is pressed in the stop mode.
. E Clearing a program
= Clearing all the programmed tracks
(Cancelling the programmed play mode)
1. Press the memoryfrecall button in the stop mode,
The program indicator will start to flash on the display for
several seconds.
2. Press the stop/ciear button while the program indicator is
flashing.
The program Indicator goes out and the programming is
cleared.
~ » Clearing the Tast programmed tracks
Press the stop/ciear button in the stop mode.
Each time the button is pressed, the track programmed last
can be cleared in sequence.
Example: When tracks 3, 5 and 7 have been programmed,
the tracks will be clearsd in the sequence of 7, 5 and 3 each
time the stop/clear button is pressed.
The programmed mode will be cancelled if you open the disc
holder.
Note:
It is not possible to clear only a track located In the
middie of the program (such as the third of 5 tracks).
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Ei Skip play
Press one of skip/search buttons momentarily until the
desired track has been located during disc play.
- When you wish to listen from the beginning of the
track being played...
Press the 44/44 button once.
For example, ff you press the i44/< button while the track
3 is being played, the disc will be played from the beginning
of the track 3.
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listen to the next track...
Press the »P/I»1 button enca.
For example, if you press the » >>>! button while the track
3 is being played, the disc will be played from the beginning
of the track 4.
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* When you wish to skip several tracks...
Repeatedly press the skip/search button. (Check the track
number on the display.)
During programmed play
The tracks are skipped in the programmed sequence.
E Search play
While watching the track and time displays, press and
hold one of the skip/search buttons during disc play.
Release the button when the desired point has been
reached.
fi Pickup moves forward
неё Pickup moves backward.
The pickup moves slowly at first and then rapıdhy if the
button is held down tor more than about three seconds
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- During program play, you can only search the track
being played.
* if you release the button immediately, the unit wil
go info the skip play
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uu Repeat play
This function repeats playing all of the tracks.
In the program play mode, the tracks are played again in the
programmed sequence
Preas the repest button and then press the piny'pause
button.
The repeat indicator appears on Me display
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» Playing one track through again
First select the track with the program play mode, press the
« Clearing the repest play function
Preas the repeat button again
(The repeat indicator goes out )
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— M Tuning
— 1. Press the operation switch to turn on the unit.
_ 2 Press the TUNER/B.P” button of the function select
>. buttons.
.-3. Set the band selector to select the desired radio band
= (FM, LW, MW).
-. = Tune In the radio station using the tuning control.
_ -- If FM stereo reception Is poor (excessive noise, stereo
indicator flickers), set the FM mode selector on the rear
. panel to the "MONO" position. This will reduce the noise
— Ed provide clear reception; however, the broadcast will
-- _ not be heard in stereo.
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E. Adjust volume,
6 Adjust the tone and extra bass system controls.
RADIO
HM Antennas
FM:
Pull out the telescopic antenna and adjust its length and
angle for optimum reception.
L'W/MW:
The sensitive ferrite core antenna inside the set will provide
excellent LW/MW reception in most areas. For optimum
“ reception, turn the set in the direction which gives the best
results since the ferrite core antenna is directional.
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1. Open the cassette compartment cover by pressing the
stop/eject button. Insert the tape as shown in the figure,
and then close the cassette compartment cover.
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Note:
Make sure the exposed part of the cassette tape Is
face down. It it is upside down, the cassette compart-
ment cover cannot be closed. Do not try to force it
shut.
. Press the operation switch to tum on the unit.
. Press "TAPE" button of the function select buttons,
Tape display will appear on the display.
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Press the playback button to begin the playback.
. Adjust volume.
. Adjust the tone and extra bass system controls.
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* To stop the playback
Press the stop/eject button,
* To stop the playback temporarily
Press the pause button.
To resume tape playback, press the pause button again.
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E Full auto-stop
During playback, recording. fast forward or rewind when the
apa reaches Ts end, tha automatic stop system will release
the operation buttons
E Fast forward and rewind
The taps wil move rapidly forward when the tas! for
wartftue button Is pressed.
The tape will rewind rapidly when the rewind/review button
Es pressed.
Note:
Do not press the playback button during fast forward
or rewind, as this may jam the tape. Always press the
stop/eject button first, between functions
E Cue and review
H the fast forward/Cue button (or rewind/review button) is
pressed during playback, the recorded sound on the tans
can be monitored at a fast speed
When the button is refeased, playback will resume.
RECORDING
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Your attention Is drawn to the fact that recording
pre-recorded tapes or discs on other published or
broadcast material may infringe copyright laws.
— Edit pause recording”
. {Fauses disc play at the end of side A during edit recording)
.- The edit pause function will prevent recording part of one
- Track on side A and the rest of the track on side B. For
— sample recording on a 46 min. tape can be done as fol-
lows:
— Program tracks to be recorded on side A not to exceed 23
- - min. (The unit displays the total! time of tracks programmed.)
æd also program tracks to be recorded on side B not to
‘and B to allow you to change tape sides.
ine edit pause function cannot be used together with CD
. repeat play.
— This function does not operate during the tape playback
- mode.
“Before operation:
Check that the tape’s record prevention tabs are intact.
- Take up the leader tape in advance. [See раде 17.)
— 1. Press the operation switch to turn on the unit.
— 2. Press the CD button of the function select buttons.
= Press he CD eject button to insert the CD, then ciose the
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4. Press the stop/eject button to insert the recording tape,
then close the cover.
5. Press one of the skip/search buttons to specify the
desired track to record on side A, then press the
memory/recal) button,
The program indicator will appear, and total! playing time
will display.
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Total playing time
.— 8. Repeat the step 5 for as long as the recording time on
one side of the tape is not exceeded.
Try reserving ong more track to see whether it will fit in. if
it exceeds the recording time on one side of the tape,
press the stop/clear button to cancel the track reserved
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7. Press the edit pause button (the pause indicator will
appear), and then press the memory/recall button.
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Pause indicator
8. Press one of the skip/search buttons to specify the de-
sired track to record on side B, then press the memory!
recall button.
The total time for the tracks to be recorded onto side B of
the tape is displayed next.
Repeat this step as long as the recording time on one
side of the tape is not exceed.
9. Press the record button.
The disc play will begin in selected sequence, and also
recording will begin. The CD player is automatically set to
the pause mode when the tracks reserved on tape side A
have been played through, The tape continues in the
recording mode (although no sound is recorded) until its
end. After that, press the stop/eject button to tum over
the tape, and then press the record button. A non-re-
corded passage of about 13 seconds will be automati-
cally created. Then, the disc play of the tracks reserved
on tape side B will start and recording will continue.
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* To stop the recording
Press the stop/eject button of the deck section and ston/
clear button of the CD section.
= Synchro start function
This unit Is provided with a synchro-start function which
starts disc play when the record button is pressed.
= Recording from CD without edit pause function
. Press the operation switch to turn on the unit, press the
CD eject button to load the CD, close the disc holder and
then press the stop/eiect button to insert the recording
tape.
2. Press the record button after both the total number of
tracks and total playing time appear on the display.
The recording and disc play will begin.
Don't press the skip/search button during recording.
Monitor sound will be also recorded.
Recording radio broadcasts
. Follow the procedure described in “RADIO”.
. Insert the recording tape into the cassette compartment.
. Press the record button.
Recording will begin.
To stop the recording, press the stop/eject button.
The “taliored” frequency response, as set by the tone and
extra bass system controls, is not recorded onto the tape.
This allows you to listen to the tape on different systems
and in different environments, and stilt be able to tailor
the playback frequency response of the tape.
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* Ном 10 usa the “TUNER/B.P” button
When an LW:MW broadcast is recorded, the "TUNER/B.P”
(beat proof) button can be used fo reduce unwanted “heat”
signal (whistle) which are sometimes present. Press the
button to whichever position (LW:BP 1, BP 2 or BP 3/
MW:BP 1, BP 2 or BP 3) best reduces these “beat” signals.
E Automatic recording levei
This unit has an automatic level control {the recording lave!
is automatically adjusted).
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E Pausa button
The pause button can be used to temporarily stop the tape
from moving during recording or playback.
Before beginning a recording, first press and tock the pause
button. Then, press the record button (The tape wifi not
move.) When ready to record, press the pause button to
release it. This will start tape movement for immediate re-
cording.
Notes:
Do not use the pauss button to stop the tape for a
E Monitoring
The monitor system enables you to listen, through the
phones. to Ihe sound as N is being re-
Ni is necessary to adjust the volume level of the sound
being monitored, do 80 by using the volume control.
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Note:
# an mixing microphone is placed 100 close to the
speakers, feedback howling) may be heard M so,
place the microphone as far away from the speakers
as possible, or reduce the volume.
8 Erasure of recording
When recording. previously recorded signals on the tape wilt
be srazed automatically.
To erase a tape without re-recording, use the following
procedure.
1. Press the operation switch to tum on the unit.
2. Press the *TAPE” button of the function select buttons
3. insert the tape to be erased in the cassette cOMpaert-
ment by pressing the stop/elect button.
4. Press the record button.
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. Mixing is the combination of à voice or Instrumental sound
- {through a microphone connected to the mixing microphone
-- jack] and the sound from a CD and radio:
m Mixing playback
- 1. Connect the mixing microphone to the mixing micro-
. phone jack.
.. £ Set the desired source to playback mode.
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= Mixing recording
= Will other source
: 1, Connect the microphone to the mixing microphone jack
aiter reducing the volume level.
7. Insert a tape.
. 5. Setthe desired source to playback mode.
- * Press the record button,
= Recording through mixing microphone
i. Comect the microphone to the mixing microphone jack
after reducing the volume level.
2. Insert a tape.
. E. Press the "TAPE" button of the function select buttons.
#4. Press the record button.
Notes:
* When not using a microphone, disconnect it from
the micro phone jack.
» While using the microphone, howling or squealing
may sometimes occur. When it occurs, separate
the microphone from the speaker, or decrease the
volume level.
* When the compact disc play stops or pauses while
enjoying the microphone mixing. the voice from the
speaker also stops.
- tape out of the cassette.
| CASSETTE TAPES |
Cassette tapes exceeding 90 minutes are handy for their -
long playback and recording time but be careful about re- =
peatedly stopping and starting, rewinding and fast forward- -.
ing these tapes in short Intervals as they are thin, tend to
stretch and may become entangled in the machine.
OK Pencil
If the tape loosens, take up
the slack by turning the reel
in the proper directions.
Do not handle, or pull the
Notes:
* Use normal types of cassette tapes only. If other
tapes are used, you may not obtain optimum’ per--
formance.
* Cassettes, both recorded and unrecorded, should
not be stored in locations with high temperature,
high humidity or direct sunlight. Never place a re-
corded cassette near a magnetic Source, such as a
magnet or a TV set as this may affect tape pertor-
mance.
RECORD PREVENTION TABS — |
Cassettés are provided with plastic tabs (as illustrated) to
prevent accidental erasing of a recording.
Recordings can be made only when the tab is intact. There
is one tab for each side (track) of the tape. To preserve a
valuable recording, the tab(s) should be broken off with a
small screwdriver.
If you want to record on a track whose tab has already been
broken off, use adhesive tape to cover the hole, and record.
~ For side 1 Tab
For side 2
Screwdriver
+2) @-
Adhesive tape
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H Do not attempt to take this unit apart or attempt
repalrs 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 carefuily shielded so that its rays remain inside the
cabinet. Therefore, never try to disassembie the piayer or
alter any of its parts since you may be exposed to laser rays
and dangerous voltages.
Laser products:
Wave Length—780nm
Laser Power — Nop hazardous radiation is emitted
with safety protection.
_NOTES FOR CD OPERATION
E Close the disc holder cover when not In use.
There is a precision-made focusing lens in the disc holder.
Always close the disc holder cover when not using the unit
to protect this lens from dirt and dust. Also, never try to touch
this lens.
E The top and rear panels of the unit become
warm while a diac is being played.
This is one way in which the unit dissipates heat and isnot a
malfunction,
Hl Handle this unit with care when carrying or
storing, do not subject it to any strong bumps
or impacts.
Always remove the disc before storing the unit for any period
of time.
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Observe the following précautions to enjoy the same out-
standing performance from your compact discs for many
years.
El Handling precautions
Only compact discs having this mark
can be used with this player. DIGITAL AUDID
» Hold compact discs by the edges so the surface is not
soiled with fingerprints,
+ Be careful not to scratch the surface with fingernails or
other sharp objects, particularly when inserting and remav-
ing discs from their cases.
* Do not bend the disc.
» Do not use record cleaning sprays or static electricity
prevention liquids.
* Do not wipe with benzine, thinner or any other solvent. if
the surface is soiled, wipe gently with a soit, damp (water
only) cloth.
* When wiping discs, always move the cloth directly outward
from the center of the disc, not in a circular motion as with
standard phonograph records.
CONCERNING COMPACT DISCS
зас =-——— — —-
N Turn down the volume control.
Compact discs have much less noise and a much wider
dynamic range. Conssaquently, you may tum the volume up
too high if you adjust T by trying to Tsten to surface noise as
you might with a phonograph record. To prevent this prob-
lern. turn the volume down. raising it as desired only after
the music has started playing.
E Time displayed by this unit may differ alightty
from the track times in the disc finer note.
The finer note included with each compact disc fists the
playing times of each track Since the mes calculated by
this unit include pause intervals, the displayed time may
differ from the liner note trme by this amount.
EB Do not place this unit near a tuner or television.
This unit uses high frequency signels and can cause inter -
ferent® with other radio and television reception. " This
ocars, move this unit further away from the radio or telev:-
gion or change from an interior to an exterior televisión
antenna.
——... OK
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= :
(In compact discs, circular scratches along a Hne of pits
are more likely to cause errors than straight scratches
across many lines of pits.)
* if the disc is brought from a cold environment into a warm
room, dew may form on the disc. Wipe this off with a soft
dry cloth before using the disc.
» Do not try to dry discs with a hair dryer.
s De nat wie on the label side with à baH-point pen, hard
pernci or other writing utensi.
E Storage precautions
« Be sure to store discs in their caras to protect them from
dust, scratches and warping.
= Do not piace or store discs in the following places:
t. Locations exposed to direct sumhight
2. Locations with high humidity or & lot of dust.
3. Locations directly exposed to a heat outlet or heating
appliance.
4. in the glove compartment or rear ‘edge of an autorno-
bite.
I m Cleaning of lens
“ Open the disc holder and clean the lens as shown.
q нео MAINTENANCE
Lens Blower (not included)
= If the lens is extremely dirty, clean it with a cotton swab.
- N
ABOUT DEW
Dew is often seen as water built-up on the inside of
the windows In a warm room on a cold winter day.
Dew can also form inside this unit in a similar manner
in the following cases:
= Immediately after a heater has been turned on.
= In à steamy or very humid room.
* When the unit is suddenly moved from a cold envi-
ronment to & warm place.
if dew forms inside this unit, it may not operate ргор-
erly. To correct this problem, turn on the operation
and wait about 1 hour for the dew to go away.
N A
Ш Cleaning of tape heads
т
The head assembly, capstans, and pressure rollers are in
constant contact with the tape. If these parts are dirty, the
sound quality will be impaired. Get into the habit of cleaning
the parts regularly (after every 10 hours or so of use) in
accordance with the procedure outlined below.
1. Open the cassette compartment cover by pressing the
stop/elect button.
2. Clean them with à cotton swab.
NS
Pressure roller
Heads Capstan
Notes:
assembly,
mation.
+ If the heads are extremely dirty, clean them with a
cotton swab dampened with a little alcohol.
* Da not bring any type of metal objects or tools such
as magnetic screwdrivers in contact with the head
* Do not clean the plastic cabinet with benzine or
thinner. Clean it with a solution of soap and water.
+= Avoid spray-type insecticides. Some insecticides
contain chemicals that could cause cabinet defor-
| EMPLACEMENT DES COMMANDES _
| COMMANDES DE CO/GÉNÉRALES — |
(1) Section d'affichage
A: Affichage de plage
B: Affichage de durée de iecture
C: Témoin de programmation on ([ PROGRAM)
D: Affichage de répétition (=)
(2) Haut-parteurs
(3) Logement du disque
(4) Touche d’éjection de CD (4 CD EJECT)
(5) Réglage de renforcement des graves
(XBS LEVEL)
- (6) Réglage de tonalité (TONE)
3 (7) Touche de mémorisation/rappel
(MEMORY, RECALL)
S'en servir pour programmer une ou plusieurs plages et
pour confirmer ie contenu de la programmation.
(8) Touche de pause au montage (EDIT PAUSE)
S'en servir pour l'enregistrement d'un disque avec la
fonction de pause pour montage.
(9) Touche de répétition (REPEAT)
(10) Touches de saut/recherche (#4/<-<, »»/>p)
S'en servir pour sauter des plages (vers l'avant ou
l'arrière), ou pour rechercher (vers l'avant ou l'arrière) un
endroit donné sur ie disque.
(D Touche d'arrêt/annulation (M CLEAR)
S'en servir pour lancer la lecture du disque ou pour
plage(s) programmée(s).
(2 Touche de lecture/pause (> 11)
Sen servir pour arrdter la lecture du disque ou pour
l'interrompre momentanément.
(13 Réglage d'intensité sonore (VOLUME)
Sélecteurs de fonction
(TAPE, TUNER/B.P, CD)
Appuyer sur une de ces touches pour choisir l'écoute
d'une bande, d'une émission radio ou d'un CD.
(5) Interrupteur d'alimentation ([CPERATION])
TRIMER
[ COMMANDES DE E TUNER/PLATINE-CASSETTE
(16) Sélecteur de gamme (BAND)
Gén Réglage d'accord (TUNING)
I s'empiotle pour syntoniser ia rado à la fréquence
d'émission souhaitée.
(ie) Section d'affichage
— À: Affichage du mode d'accord
B: Témoin stéréo (E 3)
C: Afficiage du mode de bande
ú9) Touche d'enregistrement (6 REC)
Appuyer pour enregistrar une bande.
@) Touche de tecture (> PLAY)
Appuyer pour lancer la lecture d'une bande.
@ÿ Touche de rebobinage/revue (44 REW/REV)
Appuyer pour rebobiner la bande 4 Farét ou pour locah-
ser UN endroit donné (en arrière) pendant la lecture.
@ Touche d'avance rapide/repérage
(>> FF/CUE)
Appuyer pour faire avarcer rapiderment la bande à l'arret
Ou pour localiser ur: endroit donné (en avant! pendant la
ecture.
@3 Touche d'arrêt/éjection (Ma STOP/EJECT)
Appuyer pour &rrêter la bande en mouvement st pour
ouvrir 16 votet du logement de la cassette pendant l'arrêt.
(24) Touche de pause (11 PAUSE)
Appuyer pour arrêter temporairement te défilement de la
bande.
(25) Volet du logement de cassette
| — PANNEAU ARRIÉRE _ |
@ Poignée
@) Antenne télescopique
(28) Volet du logement des piles
(29) Sélecteur de mode FM (FM MODE)
(39) Prise de microphone de mixage (MIX MIC)
(37) Prise de casque (PHONES)
@ Prise secteur (AC IN-)
- CONNECTIONS
E Headphones connections
fixing microphone connection
: i
Headphones
(not included)
/ MIX MIC PHONES | A a
Mixing microphone ©
(not included)
mvoid listening for prolonged perlods of time to prevent hearing damage.
— Speakers are automatically cut off when the headphones are connected.
Eviter une écoute prolongée 4 niveau de volume élevé au point qu'il irrite oreille,
- Le fait de brancher la fiche du casque a pour résultat automatique de déconnecter les haut-parleurs.
==swenden Sie die Kopfhörer nicht zu lange mit allzuhoher Lautstärke, um eine Beeintráchtigung des Ciehórsinns auszu-
schließen.
Beim Anshulß eines Kopfhörers werden die Lautsprecher automatisch abgeschaltet.
- Evitare dí ascoltare il suono per lunghi periodi di tempo, perché ció poirebbe causare disturbi dell'udito,
чай altoparanti si esciudono automaticamente quando si collega ta cuffia.
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SPECIFICATIONS
E Radio IN General -
Frequency Range: FM; 87.5-108 MHz Power Requirement. AC, 230-240 Y. 50 Hz
LW; 148.5-285 kHz Power consumplion; 45 W
MW: 520-1610 kHz Battery: 15 Y (10 RZ0LR20,
UM-1 batteries)
E Disc Player Power Output: 45 W...PMPO
Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz Speakers: 10 emx2
Decoding 16-bit linear Jacks:
Beam Source: Semiconductor laser Input; MIC; 5 mY (6000)
(wavelength 780 nm) Output; HEADPHONES; 320
No. of Channels: 2-channel, stereo Dimensions o
Wow and Fiutter: Unmeasurabie ) AD: 610=184x266 mm
D/A converter: MASH (1 BIT DAC) Weight 5.4 kg without batteries
E Tape Recorder Note:
Track System: 4-track, 2-channel, stereo Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Recording System: AC bias Weight and dimensions are approximate.
Erasing System: AC erase
Monitor System: Variable sound monitor
Frequency Response:
Normal; 40-14000 Hz
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
RQOT1448-G
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