Panasonic RXDT530 Operating instructions

Panasonic RXDT530 Operating instructions
“Note:
The "EB" indication shown on the packing case indicates United
- Kingdom.
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read COMPACT
these instructions completely.
- DIGITAL AUDIO
_ RQT3560-1B
- Panasonic
Portable Stereo Component System
RX-DT530
Operating Instructions
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Dear Customer
Thank you for purchasing this product.
For optimum performance and safely, please read these instructions
carefully.
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CAUTION!
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER |
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR |
CAUTION!
DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A
BOOKCASE, BUILT IN CABINET OR IN
ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE IN ORDER TO
THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS
DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION HOLES
TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR
FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING.
KEEP WELL VENTILATED CONDITION. ENSURE :
Before use
Precautions .....eo.eee e _._ns.svenireonmo—oros 2
Caution for AC mains lead .................. 3
Connections ..........2022800040ceuen enr au ve 4
Suppiled Accessories ....... 2... кк клев кон. 5
Power Sources.............. cu nan -….… 5
Common Operations ...........44240050002 0m 6
Listening
Listeningto CompactDiscs ................. 7
Listeningto Tapes... ........ c.count 8
ListeningtotheRadlo...................... 9
Recording
Recording Radio Broadcast ................e. 10
Recording Compact DISCS .................. 11
Recording Tapeto Tape .................... 12
Enjoying the Microphone Mixing
(For United Kingdomonty) ............... 13
General Information
Troubleshooting Guide ..................... 14
Concerming CompactDiscs ................. 15
Concerning Cassette Tapes ......._ ......... 15
Maintenance 1e a seau e eee 1 500000 Back Cover
_ «_lf this unit is not used for a long period of time or is used only
from an AC power source, remove ail the batteries to prevent
potential damage due 0 possible battery leakage.
® Avoid using or placing this unit near sources of heat. Do not leave it
in an automobile exposed to direct suntight for a long time with the
doors and windows closed as this may defor the cabinet.
* Avoid cults, scratches, or poor connections in the AC power cord,
as they may result in possible fire or electric shock hazard. Also,
axcessive bending, pulling or splicing of the cord should be avoided.
* Do not unplug the AC power cord by pulling on the cord. To do 50
may cause premature failure or shock hazard.
*~ Do nol operate this unit on AC power in a bathroom, as a potential
shock hazard may result.
e Wren notin use, discomnect the AC power cord from the household
AC outlet.
= The Function Selector switch does по! separate entire unit from
mains even Kin “TAPETE” position.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
DRIPPING OR SPLASHING.
‘until a replacement cover is obtained.
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("EB” area code model only) | The wire which is coloured BROWN must be con- _
* nected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with
For your safety, please read the following text carefully. the letter L or coloured RED.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin Under no circumstances should either of these wires
mains plug for your safety and convenience. be connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug,
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. marked with the letter E or the Earth Symbol —.
Shouid the fuse need to be replaced please ensure -
that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and Before use
that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. _ - — Remove the connector cover as follows.
Check for the ASTA mark ¢ or the BSI mark Y on the
body of the fuse. |
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must th (4 — Connector
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ensure thal it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.”
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your
local dealer.
CAUTION! How to replace the fuse
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS 1. Remove the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
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UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN o
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND
Fuse cover
DISPOSED OF SAFEL Y.
THERE 15 A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRI-
CAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS IN-
SERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET. -—
1 a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring
- IMPORTANT
- dance with the following code:
.——.- Brown: Live
._ As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
“HT in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
cade as shown below. 2. Replace the fuse and attach the fuse cover.
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The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accor-
Fuse
Blue: Neutral 5 ampere)
-- appliance may not correspond with the coloured mark-
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Connections
Speaker system connection
This unit can be used as a one-piece portable stereo CD system, or Detaching the speakers
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speaker system.
Before attaching or detaching the speakers, be sure to disconnect Unlock the speaker release levers by pulling them in the direction
the speaker cables from the speaker terminals. Be sure to set shown below, and slide each speaker up.
SELECTOR to TAPE' (eL) to turn the unit off before connecting. or Connect the speaker cables to the speaker terminals.
disconnecting the speaker cables.
Attaching the speakers
Align the speaker with the main unit as shown in the figure, interlock
the grooves and press down.
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Connect the speaker cable {black) to the © (negative) speaker
terminal, and the other speaker cable (red) to the © (positive) speaker
terminal.
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When using the unit with the speakers attached, wind the speaker
cables as shown.
Since a strong magnet is used for the speaker, keep magnetized
commuter passes, tickets or personal credit cards, recorded tapes,
watches, etc. away from the unit. The speaker magnet in the unit may
damage them.
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Supplied Accessories
Please check and identify the supplied accessory.
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[J AC power cord
(For United Kingdom: VJA0733)
(For Australia and New Zealand: RJA0035-K)
Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for re-
placement parts.
| Using household AC power
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BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR THE AC i
MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 3 BEFORE THE FOLLOW- |
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Household AC outlet
(AC 230-240 Y, 50 Hz)
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AC power cord
ACIN- ] (included)
-1f the unit is not going to be used for a prolonged period of time
when a household AC outlet is used to power it, disconnect the
power cable to conserve power.
-
—_. The configuration of the AC power cable and household mains outlet
differ according to area.
Using batteries (not included)
Disconnect the power cable form the AC IN- socket on the rear
panel, and insert six UM-1 size (R20/LA20, not included) batteries
In the order numbered below.
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How to remove the batteries
Insert your finger into the opening and push the batteries out.
When to replace the batteries
Replace all the batteries if the sound is distorted or the unit fails to
operate properly. When the batteries start to wear out. it may not be
possible to play CDs properly even when there is nothing wrong
with the radio and tape operations.
Use of batteries
* Do not mix new batteries with old batteries,
« Do not mix different types of batteries (manganese with alkaline,
etc.).
e Install the batteries with their (+) and (-) ends aligred properly.
* Do not recharge the batteries.
® Remove the batteries if the unit is not going to be used for a long
- period of time.
e Do not throw batteries into a fire or short-circuit, disassemble or
apply heat to them.
® [Jo not use rechargeable type batteries.
Common Operations
To listen to the radio
SELECTO CTOR
TUNER
TAPE
To listen te to CDs
Set SELECTOR to “TUNER”.
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Set SELECTOR to “CD”.
To listen to tapes
SELECTOR
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Adjusting the Volume
VOLLME
Turn VOLUME to adjust the
volume to the deslred level.
Tum it clockwise to tum up the volume.
Turn it counter-clockwise to tum down the
volume.
Turning the unit off
SELECTOR
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а TAPE
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Set SELECTOR to “TAPE/ 3”.
Press STOP/EJECT if a tape is travelling.
Adjusting the deep bass ( X BS)
Slide XBS level to adjust the
deep bass to the desired level.
Adjusting the graphic equalizer control —
Adjust the GRAPHIC
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the PHONES jack.
Plug type: Stereo mini
Avoid Estening {ov prolonged periods of
time to prevent hearing damage.
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Press CD £, insert the CD and
close the lid.
- Insert the CD
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side facing up. —* NS
Total number of tracks
An [Ed|+-0> Cd
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Press P- Al to start play.
Play starts from track 1 and continues to
the last track, after which it automatically
stops.
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a [1 track now
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To stop play temporarily:
Press DAL.
The number of the track which was
previously playing will be flashing.
To resume play:
Press » 1.
Starting play from a specific track
(Direct play)
7; lea >! In the stop mode, press
<=} dd or P| to specify the
| desired track.
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Skipping to the beginning of a track
In the play mode, press
mo paa or >>.
& \ | Press the same button repeatediy to skip
— tracks in the number that corresponds to
the number of times you pressed the
ution.
Rapid forwarding and reversing (Search)
—l > During play, keep pressing
| TN pad or |.
va “__) Release the button at the desired
position.
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Interference may affect radio or TV reception when CDs are played
close to a radio or TV sel. If this occurs, place the unit as far away
from the set as possible.
- Listening to Tapes
Only normal tapes (TYPE Ij can be used with this unit. This unit has a dual cassette system, which means that a tape can be played back with both
Deck 1 and Deck 2.
1
PAUSE
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PLAY
Set SELECTOR to “TAPE/RT”.
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Press STOP/EJECT, load the
tape and close the cassette lid.
Reverse side
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To étop play:
STORÆJECT
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To temporarily stop play:
PASE Press PAUSE.
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To resume play:
Press PAUSE again.
„To To search a particular spot onalape—— .
PLAY
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Type of tape which can be played on this unit:
Norma! position TYPE | |
High position/TYPE II
Metal position/TYPE IV | X
This unit will not be able to do full iustice to characteristics of high-
position tapes and metal position tapes even if they are played back.
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To rewind or fast forward the tape
REUP/REY FFICUE
In the stop mode, press REW/
REV or FF/CUE.
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Do not press PLAY during rewinding or fas! forwarding, as this may
jam the tape. Be sure to press STOP/EJECT betore proceeding to the
next operation.
7 Sener 7 ‚ During ; playback, | press A | REW/
| + >. REV or FF/CUE.
e 4 | Tape play is resumed when the button is
A N released.
Automatic playback relay o
(Deck 2 to Deck 1)
When Deck 2 playback has finished, Deck 1 playback starts
automatically.
1 Insert the playback tapes into Deck 1 and Deck 2.
2 Press Deck 2 PLAY.
3 Press Deck 1 PAUSE, then press PLAY.
Full auto-stop
During playback, recording, fast forward or rewind when the tape
reaches its ang, the automatic stop system will release the operation
buttons.
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Selecting a radio station = When FM stereo broadcast is accompanied by
{oo much noise
TL T SELECTOS Set SELECTOR to “TUNER”.
«er Switch the sound to monaural to reduce noise.
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Adjusting the antenna
na In ha daq!ïrad etatian For FM reception:
E ESE SA Pull out the telescopic antenna and adjust its length and angle for
using TUNING. optimum reception.
oo Pa : To heighten the frequency
_—. MY: To lower the frequency For AM (LW/MW) reception:
, The sensitive ferrite core antenna inside the set will provide excellent
For FM reception; AM (LW/MW) reception in most areas. For optimum reception, turn
a) {For United the set in the direction which gives the best results since the ferrite
Kingdom) Set EDIT/FM MODE/BP to “ST”. core antenna is directional,
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« HIGH For your reference:
В Radio broadcasts may be hard to receive in a moving vehicle or
STN building because their signals are weak. Whenever possible, use the
" MENCA unit by a window.
@ (For Australla, Set BAND to “FM ST”.
New Zealand)
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Recording Radio Broadcast
STOFEIECT
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Only normal tapes (TYPE 1) can be used.
Preparation: Take up the leader tape before proceeding.
Tune In the broadcast station.
(See page 9).
Press STOP/EJECT and ioad
the tape.
Load the tape with the side to be re-
corded facing you.
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Press REC.
To stop the recording:
STOP: ECT
Press STOP/EJECT.
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To resume recording, press PAUSE again.
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(Recording can be made.)
Type ef tape which can be used for recording:
Normal position TYPE no | o _ 1
High position/ TYPE TT x
Metal position TYPE IV x
The sound may not be recorded properly if high-position tapes and
metal position tapes are used with this unit
To take up the leader tape:
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Magnetic part of tape
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To erase sound previously recorded on a tape:
Recording new sound onto a pre-recorded tape automatically erases
whet was previcusty recorded.
То erase all the sound on =» tape:
1. Load the tape with tha side whose recording is to be erased facing
you.
2. Set SELECTOR to TAPE/ CHE
3. Press REC.
When too much noise is heard while recording AM
(L'W/MW) broadcast
(For United Kingdom)
Set EDITFM MODE/BP ta whichever position yields less noise.
For your reference:
® Any change made to the volume or tone quality during recording
will not affect the recording.
e In order to prevent trouble caused by fiat batteries. 1 is recommended
that you either supply power to the unit from the household AC
outlet or replace all the batteries with new ones when you are
recording something which is important to you.
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~~ Preparation: Insert the CD.
Take up the leader tape before proceeding.
‘SELECTOR Set SELECTOR to “ CD”.
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Press STOP/EJECT and load
the tape.
e Load the tape with the side to be
recorded facing you.
e Fither have the leader tape wound up
in advance or locate the position where
recording Is to begin. (See page 10).
| 3 REC Press REC to start recording on
ar ° | the tape.
CD play starts simuitanecusiy.
To stop the recording:
STDP/EJEC” Press STOP/EJECT.
mporariiy stop ine recording:
PASE Press PAUSE.
1 To resume recording, press PAUSE again.
Recording your favourite tracks:
After step 1. press Fa-dl or MJ and display the track number before
pressing REC to start recording. OTTO
If the unit is brought near a TV set during recording, noise may be
recorded due to the effects of the signals from the TY set. Maintain a
distance of at least 1.5 meters between the unit and a TV set.
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Recording Tape to Tape
When Ihe Deck 1 pause and record buttons are pressed. tape editing starts by pressing the Deck 2 playback button.
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STOP:EJEST
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1 SELECTOR Set SELECTOR to “TAPE/ 6 PLAY Press the Deck 2 PLAY.
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Press Deck 1 STOP/EJECT
Editing is started by means of the synchro-start function.
Do not set the “CD” or TUNER” function selector during editing.
2 ETOP:EJECT
and load the tape to be re-
corded.
Load the tape with the side to be re-
corded facing vou.
3 STOP/EJECT
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Press Deck 2 STOP/EJECT
and load the tape to be played
back.
Load the tape with the side to be played
facing you.
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Select the editing speed by
Do not change the editing selecior during editing. The playback
sound may Mutter.
Some TV sats generate noise that could be recorded during editing.
Te prevent the possibility of this, do not use this unit closer than
1.5mtoaTV set
Recording is not affected by changes made to the volume or tone
quality during the recording.
To stop the editing:
STOP ECT
Press the Deck 1 and Deck 2
STOP/EJECT.
Kingdom) setting EDITING/FM MODE/BP.
EDITA MODE:AP HIGH : High speed
aa NOR : Normal speed
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quality during the recording.
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Select the editing speed by
New Zealand) setting EDITING.
EDITING HIGH : High speed
CJ HIGH NOR : Normal speed
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Press Deck 1 PAUSE, then
° | press REC.
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Mixing microphone connection
Mixing is the combination of a voice or instrumental sound (through a microphone connected to the mixing microphone jack) and the sound from
à Ti lane or radin.
Mixing microphone
| (not included)
1 a - Connect the microphone to MIX
E A MIC afier reducing the voiume
MIX MIC level.
- 2 Set the desired source.
3 Start microphone mixing and
ws adjusi the voiume level.
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* When not using a microphone, disconnect! it from the microphone
jack.
_* While using the microphone, howling or squealing may sometime
— -aecur. When it occurs, separate the microphone from the speakers,
= or tum down the volume level.
——s When microphone mixing, if the CD or cassette tape is stopped or
— CD Is paused, the voiced sounds from the speaker also stop.
Mixing recording
7 40 Connect the microphone to MIX
— MIC
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MIX mc level.
2 Insert a tape for recording In
cassette Deck T1.
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4 RIC Press REC.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Before requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a possible cause of the problem you are experencing. Some simple checks or a
minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation.
If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or If the remediss indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to the directory of
Authorized Service Centers (enciosed with this unit) to locate a convenient sarvice center, or consult your dealer for instructions.
| Problem
Common problems
Probable cause(s)
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No operation when unit is
powered by batterles.
is the AC power cable still connected to the Disconnect the AC power cable. 5 |
unit while batteries are being used?
Are the batteries flat? Replace them with new ones.
Alternatively, use a household AC outlet as the 5
power source.
Have the batteries been installed incorrectly with 5
; their (+) and (-) polarities reversed?
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While listening to CDs
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While listening to ta
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Play does not start. Has the CD been installed upside down? Install the CD with the label side facing up. 7
No display of track Has condensation formed on the unit's CD Turn on the power and leave it on for al about an и
numbers, etc. section? hour before further operation.
Certain sections are not ls the CD dirty? Wipe it with a soft cloth. 15
played properly. ls the CD scratched? Replace it with a new CD. |
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Are the batterias Hat?
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sound quality.
Tape is not ejected. Replace them with new alternatively
use 8 household AC outlet as the power Source 5
and perform the operation again.
No recording. Have the tape's accidental erasurs prevention Cover the holes with adhesive tape. 15
; tabs been broken out?
High level of noise; poor ! Are the heads dirty? Clean them. 16
Have the heads been magnetized?
Demagnetize them using a demagnetizer
While listening to the radio |
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High ievel of noise; stations
cannot be tuned in well.
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Mas (ne anienna oéen adjusiet propery’
Try changing iis direction.
Noise heard during
AM (LW/MW) reception.
Are you using a remota controller of other
appliances near the unit?
Use the remote controller at a distance.
Are you operating the unit and a TV set at the
same time?
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Place the unit at a distance from the TV.
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Alternatively, tum off the TV's power.
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Only compact discs having this mark can be used
with this unit.
DIGITAL AUDIO
10 remove a disc from its case
Press the center holder and lift the disc holding by the edges.
Fo hold the disc
Hold the disc by the edges so the surface is not soiled with
fingerprints. Fingerprints, dirt and scratches can cause skipping and
distortion.
(Incorrect)
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то store a disc in its case
“Insert the disc with [abel facing upwards and press downward at the
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center,
If the surface is soiled
Wipe gently with a soft, damp (water only} cloth.
. (Incorrect)
I If the disc is brought from a cold to a
warm environment, moisture may form
on the disc
- Wipe this moisture off with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth before using the
disc.
Improper disc storage:
You can damage discs if you store them in the following places;
* Areas exposed to direct sunlight.
--4 Humid or dusty areas.
# Âreas directly exposed tc a heat outlet or heating appliance.
Handling precautions:
« Do not write on the label side with a ball-point pen or other writing
utensils.
* Do not use record cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner, static electricity
_ prevention liquids or any other solvent.
e Do not soil with fingerprints.
If the tape loosens, take up the slack_
Selection of cassette tapes
Cassette tape exceeding 100 minutes:
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but be careful about repeatedly stopping and starting, rewinding
and fast forwarding these tapes in short intervals as they are thin,
tend fo stretch and may become entangled in the deck mechanism.
Endless tapes:
Failure to operate these tapes correctly may cause the tape to wind
around the revolving parts.
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To prevent erasure of recorded sounds
Remove the erase-prevention tabs with a screwdriver or a similar
object.
Tab for side B
To re-record on a protected casselle, cover the slot with adhesive
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Adhesive tape
improper tape storage:
You can damage tapes if you store them in the following places:
® [n high temperature [35-C or higher] or high humidity £80% or higher)
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This can erase a recording.
® Areas exposed to direct sunlight.
To erase sound previously recorded on a tape:
Recording new sound onto a pre-recorded tape automaticaly erases
what was previously recorded.
To erase all the sound on a tape:
1. Load the tape with the side whose recording is to be erased facing
YOU.
. Set SELECTOR to TAPE/ (0) 5
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Maintenance as
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Maintenance of external surfaces Frequency
To clean this unit, use a soft, dry cloth. For United Kingdom
If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a soap- de a SAS ie
and-water solution or a weak detergent sclution. Mw £50. 1615 «Hz
Wring the cloth weil before wiping the unit. For Australia and New Zealand
Wipe once again with a soft, dry cloth. FM 88-106 MHz
Never use aicohol, paint thinner, benzine, or chemically treated AM 525-1705 kHz
cloths to clean this unit. Such chemicals may damage the finish of
your unit. CD player
_ Sampling frequency o —— EZ
Tape head care Beam source Semiconductor laser (wavelength 780 nm)
No. of channels 2 channe!, stereo
To assure sound quality for recording and playback, be sure to clean Frequency response 20 Hz-20 kHz (+0. -2 dB)
the tape heads after approximately every 10 hours of use, S/N ratio ` 70 dB
1. Open the cassette deck holder cover by pressing STOP/ Wow and Fiutte Less than possible measurement data
EJECT. D/A converter MASH {1 bit DAC)
2. Clean the tape heads, pinch roller and the capstan shaft with a
cotton swab (or a soft, lint-free cloth) slightly moistened with
isopropyl alcohol.
Tape recorder
Do not use any solution other than alcohol for head cleaning. ack se oy tem 4 track. 2 char yt.
Erasing system Magnet
Capstan Monitor system Variable sound monitor
| : : Frequency range
_ ] В : Mormal 50-—14,000 Hz
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o pod Fower requirement
AC a 0 230-240V, SOHZ
To - Power consumption: 22 W
Battery 9 V (Six “D” sire, R20/LA20 batteries)
Power output 30 W (15 Wx2).. PMPO
7 W (3.5x2)... AMS (max)
Speerers —__ . = | —— .2 Wooler: 12 cm
Heads Pinch roller 2T ter: 1.5 cm
| Jacks
it is recommended that the head assembly be demagnetized if Input (For United Kingdom) MIX MIC: § mVA200-600 0)
distortion or poor sound quality persists after cleaning the heads. Output . . Speaker 4-B 0
Demagnetize them using a deragnetizer available from an audio Headphones: 3220
siore. Dimensions (WxHxD) 802 x 220 x 215 mm
: - emi o LL пщениостинсын === Main uni-202--229 x 215 mm.
Lens care Speaker box: 170 x 224 x 190 mm
Welght 4.8 kg without batteries
Open the disc lid and clean the lens with a blower {not included). if
the lens is extremely dirty, clean it with a cotton swab. Note:
e... Specifications are subject to Change without notice
7 NY Vaight and dimensions are approximate.
Blower
{not included) Cotton swab
MASH is a trademark of NTT. |
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
RQT3560-1B
Printed in Singapore P1195X2
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