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Panasonic SAGX550 Operating Instructions | Manualzz
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Dear Customer
Thank you for purchasing this Technics product.
For optimum performance and safety, please read
these instructions carefully.
These operating instructions are applicable to models SA-
GX550 and SA-GX350.
These operating instructions, however, are intended primarliy
for model SA-GX550.
(For areas except United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and
NZ}
| CAUTION:
The AC voltage differs according to the area.
Be sure to set the proper voltage in your area
before use.
| (For details, please refer to the page 8.)
(United Kingdom only)
(“EB” area code model only)
For pour e
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin
mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is titted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced piease ensure
that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere
and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark @ or the BSI mark Ÿ
on the body of the fuse.
Н the plug contains a removable fuse cover you
must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replac-
ad.
If vou lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used
until a replacement cover is obtalned.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from
your loca! dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UN-
SUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR
HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMQOVED
AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF
SAFELY.
THERE 1S A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring
code as shown below,
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains iead are coloured in accor-
dance with the following code;
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, pro-
ceed as follows:
Caution for AC mains lead
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nected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
Un
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be con-
nected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances should alther of these
wires be connected to the earth termina! of the
three pin plug, marked with the letter E or the Earth
Symbol + .
Before use
Remove the connector cover as follows.
How to replace the fuse
1. Remove the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
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{For Australia and N.Z.)
THIS TUNER/RECEIVER !S CAPABLE OF RECEIVING THE NEW AM STEREO BROADCASTS FROM THE AM BAND RADIO STATIONS.
HOWEVER LIKE MANY TUNERS AND RECEIVERS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE ON THE MARKET IT WILL REPRODUCE THIS AM STEREO
SIGNAL ONLY IN AM MONO, WHICH, IN EFFECT, IS OF NO LESSER QUALITY THAN YOUR EXISTING AM MONO TUNER/RECEIVER.
Table of contents
Before use
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Power cord protection .......... e. _e_erera ras 4
Foreign materials ..........._—e_e___—eevenecen2zorere ea 4
Maintemance ........._.—...._—_—esrserneeavataters ara —_4
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Accessories ............._. o _.200e.ererrr ee 5
Front panel controls ...... PS 6
Control section..........00012000000 00400001 La da nana ne 6
Display section...... 1.220200 0 44 44 se ae a sea a ea a a en à 7
Connections
Equipment connections......... .........-. .... 8
Connecting audio equipment ..............—.—_..v9r.ecrer —8
Connecting video equipment ............e— —— erre. 9
Antenna connections. ...................... ..... 10
FM indoor antenna ..........._— — —-.mieroere enero + 10
FM outdoor antenna..... anacorer anaceererarecaovecreroe 10
AM [loop antenna...........04242020 0040 a La 11 1 a Lee» 11
AM outdoor antenna... ......... iia 12
Speaker connections ..... ........................ 12
Placement of speakers ............. cierto. 12
Connection of front speakers. ................ cc... 13
Connection of rear speakers ............. coin. 13
Connection of center зреакег ....,..................... 13
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Listening
Basic operations .............. 14
To listen to a desired audio source while watching a
VIdeo........-—-—.—..eeenpansremimeseee ev meneaeaman Cen. i5
To adjust the sound balance ........................... 15
Tomute the sound level ............. cc cians
To emphasize low-frequency sound [ETReR SEIN
To adjust the tone quality
When listening through headphones... .................. 15
Listening to radio broadcasts. .................. 16
Direct access tuning .........e._.e_enesresencarerene ia 16
Sequential tuning BEER. EEE 17
Sequential tuning Rest MERS EUR nene 18
Preset tUnIng 1.120000 00000 a ea a eee ee ee ae a se neue 0 18
Adjusting the sound field
Enjoying sound with DOLBY PRO LOGIC..... 21
SURRACUND ...........eersesvrverereararence ver rererveve, 21
3 STEREO ........eeraecacameneccrararererererro enero .. 21
Setting the center mode ............e_e_eerrreerece нк 21
Adjusting the delay time EEE 22
Adjusting the output level of each speaker. .............. 22
Enjoying with SURROUND or 3 STEREO... ............_. 23
Recording
Makingarecording ............................... 24
Tape recording on the tape deck or digital compact
cassette (DCC)... ..... cian eased eee wissn. B&_
Recording from VCR 2to VCR 1... iii. 25
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VCH (VCR 1) recording from an audio source ............. 25.
To record picture from VCR 2 and sound from
a different audio source ........122221000 04000 au ea eu en =
When there seems to be a
problem o
Troubleshooting guide ........................... 27
Reference
Technical specifications ............. Back cover
Precautions
0 Place The unit i ina a well ventilated positi
Placem ent
Avold рас! по ‘the unit in areas of:
» direct sunlight
e high temperature
e high humidity
e excessive vibration
» uneven surfaces. (Place the unit on a flat level surface).
Such conditions might damage the cablnet and/or other compo-
nent parts and thereby shorten the unit's service life.
Г] +
Ven tila tion -
ition
from wall surfaces etc.
» Ensure that curtains and simiiar materials do not obsiruct the
ventilation holes.
Stacking
Foreign materials
= Ensure that no foreign objects. such as — needies, colas,
screwdrivers etc, accidentally fall into the unit or through the
ventiation holes.
Othenwise, a serious electric shock or maifunction couid occur.
* Be extremely careful about spitting water or liquid onfinto the
unit, as a fire or electric shock could occur.
(Disconnect the power plug and contact your dealer immediate-
ty if this occurs.)
* Avoid spraying insecticides onto the unit as they contain flam-
mable gases which can be ignited.
sin secticides, alcohol, paint thinner and similar chemicals
_ Should never be used to clean the unit as 's they can cause © flak
Maintenance
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth lightly
moistened with mild detergent solution,
Do not use any type of abrasive pad. scouring powder or solvent
Never place heavy items on top of the unit or the power cord.
7.
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e [t is very dangerous to use an AC nower sourca of high voltage
such as for an air conditioner.
A tira might be caused by such a connection.
+ À DC power source can not be used.
Be sure to check the power source carefully, espéclally on a
shin or other place where DC is used.
Power cord protection
-_ = ss =
» Avoid cuts, scratches or poor connection of the AC mains cord,
as this may result in fire or electric shock hazard.
Excessive banding, pulling or sitcing of the cord should also be
avoided.
= Do not pull on the cord when you are disconnecting the power,
as this could cause an electric shock. Grasp the plug firmly
when you disconnect the power supply.
e Never touch the plug with wet hands or a serious electric shock
could result.
—SyciTes aicohoi or dbenzine.
Service
» Never attemn! to ranair, disassemble or reconstruct the unit if
-- there seams tO be a problem.
A serious electric shock could result if you ignore this pracau-
tionary measure.
= {f a problem occurs during operation (the sound is interrupted,
indicators fall to Hluminate, smoke Is detected, etc) contact
your dealer or Authorised Service Center immadiately.
= Disconnect the power supply if the unit wilt not be used for a
long time. Otherwise the operation life could ba shortened
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Please check and identify the supplied ac-
cassorles
—] AM loop antenna set
* AM Icop antenna ......... ..2eesedcrirsrar—a 1 pc.
+ AM antenna holder _. .................... 1 po,
e SCrews ........._.rxreneorerareca sora 2 pcs.
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For SA-GX550
{For others)
For SA-GX550
(For United Kingdom
and Europe)
(RAK-5A009XH)
For details on remote control transmitter opera-
tion, refer to “How to use the remote control
transmitter” in the separate booklet.
Attachment plug. ...................... -.-..1 pc.
{United Kingdom only)
No Batteries. .......... errar iaaria o 2 pes.
Power plug adaptor ............ mi. es... 1 pc.
(Not supplied for United Kingdom, Europe,
Australia and N.2.)
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SA-GX550 only
{Not supplied for United Kingdom and Europe)
|. Seal for remote control transmitter
TT OROCADZED). rre aereo. 1 pe.
See the separate booklet
(ng 9) for details.
|! Antenna Plug... ea | pc.
{Not supplied for United Kingdom and Europe)
Control section
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No. Name Ref. page
(1) Power “ O, STANDBY/ON” switch
POWER, O STANDBY/ON) 14
Press to switch the unit from on ta standby mode or vice ver-
sa. In standby mode, the unit is stil consuming a small
amount of power.
For SA GX550
Tuning control (TUNING) 17
Tuning buttons (TUNING) 18
(3) Tuning mode seiect button
(TUNING MODE) 17
(4) Numeric buttons (1—0) 16,19,20
(5) DOLBY PRO LOGIC SURROUND
ON/OFF button (SURROUND) 21,22,23
(6) DOLBY PRO LOGIC 3 STEREO
ON/OFF button (3 STEREO) 21,22,23
(7) Test signal ON/OFF button (TEST) 22
Center level adjust button
(CENTER LEVEL) 23
(9) Rear level adjust button
(REAR LEVEL) 23
(0) Center mode select button
(CENTER MODE) 21
No. Name Ref. page
(D) Memory button (MEMORY) 19
12 Muting button (MUTING) 15
(9 Volume contro! (VOLUME) 14
(4 Headphone jack (PHONES) 15
{5 Direct tuning button
(DIRECT TUNING) 16
(0 Speaker select buttons (SPEAKERS) 14
(7) Band select button (BAND) 16
{D FM mode select button (FM MODE) 16
(9 Input select buttons 14
2) Tape/DCC monitor button
(TAPE/DCC [MONITOR } 14,24
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VW ay time adjust i DUTIOH
(DELAY TIME) EL 22
(22 Loudness ON/OFF button
(LOUDNESS) ENEE 15
03 Balance control (BALANCE) 15
29) Bass control (BASS) 15
25 Treble contro! (TREBLE) 15
Display section
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No. Name
08 Remote control signal receptor -
e “STANDRY” indicator -
When the unit is connected to the AC mains supply, this in-
dicator lights up in standby mode and goes out when the unit
is turned on.
28) Tuning-mode indicators
SA-GX55D only 17
@9 Quartz lock Indicator 16
ED Memory indicator 19
D Tape monitor indicator 14,24
@2 Delay time Indicator
SAT 22
63 VCR select Indicator 25
ES Loudness indicator 15
Ref. page
85 DOLBY PRO LOGIC SURROUND
indicator 21,22,23
88 DOLBY PRO LOGIC 3 STEREO
indicator 21,22,23
a Speaker select indicators 14
89 Band indicators 16
89 FM stereo indicator 16
40 Input selector/frequency display _
4} Muting indicator 15
42 Center/rear level display 23
43 Center mode indicators 21
[Stereo Connection: cable (по! ncluded)
White (L) ve
Rad (RAR)
CD piayer (or CD changer)
{not included)
Tape deck or digital compact cassette
deck (DCC) (not pouces /
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[A] “REMOTE CONTROL OUT” terminal
Connect the connection cable for the remote control to a
Technics tape deck and/or CD player (or CD changer) which
has the appropriate remote control terminal as shown below.
If a tape deck is not being used, the CD piayer (or CD
changer) can be connected directly {dotted line).
CD player
{or CD changer)
{not incl de
Tape deck
mot included)
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CONTROL
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REMOTE CONTROL REMOTE
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Connection cables for remote contral
(not included)
For a CD player (or CD changer) with a remote control sensor the
above connection is not necessary.
1
(Рог areas except United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and
N.Z)
Set the voltage selector to the voltage setting for the area in
which the unit will be used.
Note that this unit will be seriousty damaged if this setting is mot
made correctly.
| To set the power voitage
Voltage selector
DOT =
Connecting video equipment
Stereo connection cable (not Included)
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DIE 15
iy
Red (R) -
Second VCR (for playback only) Monitor TV
(not Included) mot included) E- Г
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: : [Ге | Video connection cables
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IN 74 |
AUDIO VIDEO — |
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For areas except Australia
т Cooling fan (
and N.Z.)
The cooling fan operates at high
r output | ly. -
power output levels only A Connector
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== Video connection cables Ш 3
{not included) A ча
4 Approx. 6 mm
AUDIO AUDIO VIDEO VIDEO Apoliarce Irlet
IN OUT OUT IN - -
-~ Even when the connect
perfectly inserted, the front
ge ‘: y. = part of the connector jut out as
o ad AC power supply cord— shown in the drawing.
; — ape wever there is : us-
: — included) However there is no problem us
TT о соросвер _ | ing the unit.
VCR Connect this cord after
{not Included) all other cables and
cords are connected,
minal
To connect a video deck with 21 pin scart ter-
VCR (not included)
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A
Thie unit
27 pin scart cable {not included)
{United Kingdom
NECTION,
If the power plug
>" AC outlet
only)
BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR THE AC
POWER SUPPLY CORD ON PAGE 2 BEFORE CON-
(For areas except United Kingdom, Europe,
Australia and N.Z.)
will not fit your socket, use the
power plug adaptor (included).
| =; Household
10
antenna connections
FM indoor antenna (included
This antenna is normaily sufficient for reception ef FM broad-
casts.
FM indoor antenna
(included)
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aay
fl
FW ANT
75 0) A
e
ed
Attach to a wall (using a tape) facing in the direction of best recep-
tion,
For best reception sound quality:
An FM outdoor antenna is recommended.
Disconnect the antenna if an FM outdoor antenna is Installed.
The outdoor Ei should be used when using the r main unit in
mountainous areas of in spaces enclosed by reinforced concrete
dre EE Csi ae a a a FE Sd a a Pe Fra rn alan
Wilere the fm КАКО antenna nCiudsdy So8s nol Pprovias
satisfactory reception
An outdoor antenna should be installed by a guatified technician
only.
For United Kingdom and Europe
FM outdoor antenna
(not included)
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——
75-chms coaxial cable
(not Included)
Hated Kingdom only
Attachment plug
{includad)
—— = ci a a
FM ANT
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Ja
For areas except United Kingdom and
Europe
FM outdoor antenna
(not Included)
pomos
POr
75-ohms , 305-ohms
coaxial cable ! feeder wire
(not included) IL (not included)
Antenna plug
/ EF (included)
FMANT|E
750
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MM How to use the antenna plug (included)
(For areas except United Kingdom and Europe)
Two types of wire are most commonly used for connaction from
the antenna: 30f-ohms parallal feeder wire or 75-0hms coaxial
cable. For best resistance to outside interference, the use of 75-
ohms coaxial cable is suggested.
AM loop antenna (included)
This antenna is normally sufficient for reception of MWILW broad-
casts.
-To connect a 75-ohms coaxial cable
{1 Remove a piece of the outer vinyl insulator.
20 mm (25/32) 10 mm (3/8”)
2 Remove the cover while pulling the tabs.
if the tabs are puiied too hard, ihe casing may be damag-
ed. :
Clamp the cable
conductor, and wind It
on so that it doesn't
contact anything else.
with pliers.
(& Attach the cover.
A A Ea u rn нь, нь
AM IVOP GIiLo iia
(included)
ia)
AM LOOP ANT
at
Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM loop antenna terminats,
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Rear pane! of 5.
this unit
AM antenna holder
(included)
Screws (included)
r—10 connect a 300-ohms feeder wire
309-0hms
,feeder wire
rd (not included)
Loosen the screw 10 connect the
feeder wire and tighten it to secure
the connection.
When mounting the antenna to a column, a wali
or rack
Mount it vertically.
N
X
AM antenna holder Screws (included)
(included)
—. Pay attention to the following points when mounting the
antenna.
+ Do not mount it horizontally (doing so will impair reception}.
* Da not mount it close to power cords, speaker wires or metal
surfaces (doing so will result in noise).
# Do not mount it close to a tape deck. When the tape deck is be-
Ing used, chirping or besping sounds may result.
11
Antenna connections
AM a ou tdoor antenna (not included)
The outdoor antenna should be used when usifig tha main unitin —” “AS s well = 5 enjoying normal s stereo o reproduction y w: ith both the eft
mountainous areas or In spaces enciosed by reinforced concrete and right front speakers connected, a center speaker and rear
where the AM ¡cop antenna (inciuded) does not provide satisfac- SpeaKETS CAN AlSO DE CONTECIEd to (Ne Mai UNT in order lo enjoy
tory reception. playback using the Dolby Pro-Logic Systems.
AM outdoor antenna The illustration below shows where to place the speakers when
{not included) enjoying sound with Dolby Pro-Logic systems.
Tha listening position at which the effect is tha greatest is a posi-
tion slightly to the rear of a center position of five-speaker
AM loop antenna systems.
(included) However the hiatal Shou be adjusted to your personal
Vinyl-covered wire
{not included)
a ) upon the tyos of music and the MUSIC source.
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о. med ez cm FIOM speaker Front speaker
(not included) (not included)
Г (Lett) (Right)
, \ TV
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AM ANT Fes J Center speaker
AM LOOP ANT N o ia | , _ _. Œ{Rot included)
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Lise 5— 12 m {16 —40 ft.) of vinyl-covered wire horizontally at the
window, or the convenient location,
When the unit is not in use, disconnect the outdoor antenna to
prevent possible damage that may be caused by lightning. Never (0 [1]
use an outdoor antenna during an electrical storm.
Rear speaker Rear speaker
{not included) {not included)
Be sure to connect the AM loop antenna even when an outdoor (Left) Right)
antenna is used.
Connection of front speakers
Right speaker Left speaker
{not Included) (not included)
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Speaker cables
(Hot included) {—— This unit
To prevent damage to circuitry.
never short-circuit positive (+) and
negative (—) speaker wires.
“HB” terminals
For connection to a second palr of speakers.
- Ш Speaker Impedance
When only the “A” or only the “B” speakers are con-
nected:
The Impedance of the speaker used with this unit must be 4—16
—
kd.
When both the “A” and the “B” speakers are con-
nected simultaneously:
~The impedance of the speaker used with this unit must be 8— 16
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soaker connections
Connection of rear speakers
Right speaker Left speaker
{not included) {not included)
This unit
Sneaker cables
(rot included)
Before sound can be heard, the SURROUND mode (of the Dolby
Pro-Logic system) must be on and both rear speakers mustbe _
connected. = В TT
ll Speaker impedance
The impedance of any speaker used with this unit must be 4—16
a
Ld.
Connection of center speaker
Center speaker
(not included) Before sound can be heard, the SUR-
ROUND mode or 3 STEREO mode (of
the Dolby Pro-Logic system) must be
on.
Speaker cable
(not included)
This unit
3
fmm a ES = EEE
15 mm
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a LD
E Speaker impedance
The impedance of any speaker used with this unit must be 4—16
Q.
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— Basic opera(lon-
POWER
Before operation, set VOLUME to the “D” position
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2 | SPEAKERS Press A andlor B to select
O) the speaker system(s) to be
used.
A and B refer to the speaker terminalis
at the rear of the unit.
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If the button is pressed once More, the
Indicator will switch off and no sound
wlll be heard trom the speakers.
MONITOR]
Press to select the desired
VCR 1: To watch video tapes (VCR 1)
VCR 2: To watch video tapes (VCR 2)
TAPEIDCC: To fizsten to tapa or digital
I compact cassette (DCC)
The 'spe monitor in-
dicator will appear.
(See below}
CD: Ta listen to compact се
TUNER To listen 15 ladio broadcasts
PHONO: To listen to phono discs
Start the desired source.
{Refer to the appropriate operating mt
structions for details}
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VOLUME — Tum VOLUME to adjust the
0 volume level.
After Hatening Is fintshed
Be sure to reduce the volume level, and switch the power to the
standby condition by pressing POWER.
When tape monitor indicator Hluminates or Is
flashing (approx. 3 seconds)
This indicates that the tape monitor function of this unit is ON.
To fisten to sources other than a tape or DCC, be sure to turn off
the indicator by pressing TAPE/DCC [MONITOR].
liluminates or is flashing
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BALANCE
Headphones {not Included)
Plug type:
LOUDNESS BASS THEBLE
1/4 inch phone plug stereo type O
To listen to a desired audio source
while watching a video
1. Follow steps 1—2 оп the left.
2. Select the desired video source and audio
source in step 3 on the left.
Be sure to select the video source first.
3. Start the video and audio source.
To adjust the sound balance
BALANCE Turn BALANCE to adjust the
C left/right sound balance.
To mute the sound level
MUTING Press MUTING.
. AUTO ELO ñ
| secas EAT 55 MUTING
| Ca Fa El E J Fi ra
|
Huminates
The volume level is attenuated by approx., 20 dB
(1/10).
Press once again to return to the previous
volume level. (The muting indicator wiil turn off.)
To emphasize low-frequency sound
SA-GX550 only
LOUDNESS Press LOUDNESS.
Muminates
Press once again to turn it off.
To adjust the tone quality
sass Turn BASS to adjust the low-fre-
©) quency sound.
TREBLE Turn TREBLE to adjust the high-fre-
C quency sound.
phones
When listening through Llhead-
"Oda rom en ; LOUDNESS
SPEAKERS Lf fed PH -
En Lil Fd we |
Use VOLUME to reduce the volume level, and
connect the headphones.
If sound from speakers Is not wanted, press SPEAKERS (A)
and/or (B) to turn off the speaker select Indicators.
Avoid listening for protonged periods of time to prevent hearing
damage.
15
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to the desired broadcast station.
Spachiv the frequency using the n numeric ‘Buttons to directly tune
DIRECT TUNING
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Press BAND to select “FM”, “MW”
or “LW”.
Press DIRECT TUNING.
While cursor display is Hashing
i (approx. 4 seconds)
Press the appropriate numeric but-
tons to enter the frequency.
If no button is pressed while the cursor display 15
flashing, the display will return to the frequency which 15
currently being received. То re-speciiy ihe frequency,
терва! the procedure from step 3
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When the FM stereo broadcast is recelved:
This unit will automatically switch to FM stereo reception and the
FM stereo Indicator will illuminate.
{tf noise 16 excessive In the FM stereo moda
Press FM MODE. (The FM stereo indicator will switch off
The broadcast wit! be monaural, but noise wil be reduced. if the
a
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lluminates
button Is pressed once more, stereo mode will be resumed.
To change the MW frequency step
Press and hold BAND for about 3 seconds,
(The frequency step changes to 10 kHz per step.)
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seconds again.
Sequential tuning
If the frequency Is not known, use the tuning control for sear-
ching.
This automatically searches for broadcast stations which provide
strong signal reception.
TUNING TUNING MODE
Press BAND to select “EM”,
“MW” or si vw”
TUNING MODE Press TUNING MODE to
select “AUTO”.
The ) mark points to AUTO.
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quer TUNING until the fre-
quency begins to change.
Automatically stops when a broadcast
station is found.
Tuning may stop automatically if any
famming le ancountarad
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мя.
LVRÉTII CECI ES i UIE
The frequency will change oniy by the amount that the tuning con-
trol is turned.
Hl
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Press TUNER.
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- BAND Press BAND to select “FM”,
“MW” or 1 VAT
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TUNING MODE Press TUNING MODE to
select “MANUAL”.
The Pp mark points to MANUAL,
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TUNING Turn TUNING to tune to the
YD) desired broadcast.
Turn until the desired broadcast sta-
tion is obtained.
To lock a broadcast statlon being received
Press TUNING MODE to select “LOCK”,
The > mark points to LOCK.
En PLÍ Loi.
During this display, the frequency will not change even if TUNING
is turned.
> MANUAL _ —
LOCK } I i I i ! r
SPEAKERS I 7 ; 7 J i à
A) El a En HE _ о —
18
| Listening Lo radio broadcast
Sequential tuning
- ee сы cime
Н the frequency is not known, use the tuning buttons for sear-
ching.
Press TUNER.
9] me Frese BAND 10 вой "РМ",
| “MW” or “LW”.
| 3 TUNING, Press DOWN or UP to tune
to the desired broadcast.
If either button is pressed ang held
down, the broadcast stations can be
tuned automatically (see below).
To automatically search for broadcast stations
Press DOWN or UP until the frequency begins to change.
Automatically stops when a broadcast station is found.
Tuning may stop automatically if any jamming is encountered.
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“By presetting the desired broadcast “stations into “he memory
channels of this unit, broadcast stations can be selected simply
bv pressing rumenie buttons, Ratar tn nana 20 for tunino }
-Before presetting
How many broadcast stations can bs preset?
A total of 30 FM, MW and LW statlons can be preset.
How ls presetting done?
The two following methods are available
* Automatic memory presetti ng
ly search for broadcast stations and then preset them Into
memory.
With this function, searching proceeds from the frequency
currently being displayed and continues to highest frequen-
cy, and broadcast stations ars preset in the order in which
they are located.
in this method, the channel ranges that can be preset into
the memory for different bands (FM, MW or LW) are sat as
follows.
FM — À
For example, after presetting the FM band, if the MW band
Is preset, the previous presettings in the sections in the
above Illustration which overtap will be erased and the
subsequent settings wilt be preset. Therefora, the FM band
stations will be kept for channels 1—20 and the MW band
stations will be preset to channels 21 — 30.
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The desired broadcast stations can be preset into the
desired channels by the user.
This can also be used as a mathod for changing selected
broadcast stations that ware preset in “Automatic memory
presetting”.
If a new broadcast station is preset into a channel, the set-
in that channe! wit! be autematically erased.
Channel
112] Rob tl Вт, Bo |
LW -———
MW-— —— —- —
Automatic memory presetting allows this unit to automatical- |
ting for the broadcast station which was previously entered |
| 9 - BAND Press BAND to select “FM”,
: * SMW?” or “LW”.
; © } Set to the frequency from
2 which you want to start
automatic memory preset-
ting. (Follow steps 3 and 4 on page
16.)
| 4 uo | Press MEMORY untll the fre-
Lamas quency begíns to change.
(Automatic memory presetting will
start.)
To stop press MEMORY once again.
When a broadcast station is preset
The memory Indicator and the preset channel number will be
isplayed for approximately 1 second.
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MEMORY a r 1 i
SPEAKERS ETERA i of
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Muminates
When presetting is completed
The last broadcast station to ba preset will be displayed.
Correct presetting may not be possible in cases where the broad-
cast waves are too strong or too weak. In such cases, carry out
preselting manually.
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Press BAND to select “FM”,
- BAND
| 2 “> “MW” or “LW”.
FEF FEF EE YF FIFI W FE FEE WY FTF IWF FE FEE YET YFEER
© / Set to the desired broad-
J cast.
(Refer to pages 16 — 18.)
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4 MEMORY Y Press MEMORY momentari-
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llluminates
To cancel the memory function, press
MEMORY again.
| 5 (Е Specify the desired channel
to be preset using the
numeric button(s) (This com-
pletes presetting).
(Example: Channel 12)
1 2
— (Within 2 sec.) —
a
SPEAKERS FT 14 |
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on Proset channel
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To continue presetting
Repeat steps 2—5.
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Listening to radio broadcasts
Preset t tung « (continued)
1 TUNER | Press TUNER.
27 Ex
: 9 (112]3Nv[c] Specify the preset channel
using the numeric button(s).
(Example: Channai 12}
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[4 —
1 Within 2 sec.) 2]
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For your reference:
Even if tha power is switched to the standby condition or the
power cord is disconnected trom the houssehoid AC outlet, the
contents of the memory will continue to be stored for approx-
imately one month.
if frequency presettings are accidentally erased
Make the frequency presettings once again.
The power cord should remain connected for one hour or more
for the memory back-up to be effective.
By combining front {A or B), center and rear speakers, SUR-
ROUND mode which conveys a feeling of presence or 3 STEREO
mode which conveys a feeling of orientation can be enjoyed.
SURROUND |
By reproducing the feeling of depth and movement of sound,
video software or compact discs recorded with Dolby Surround
provide the listener with a feeling of presence like that of a movle
theater.
To enjoy SURROUND, be sure to connect the rear speakers.
Front Center Front
speaker (L) speaker speaker (R)
=D —
= =
Rear 3]
speaker (L)
и
[J Rear
speaker (R)
3 STEREO
Music and news programs with clear sound and a good feeling of
orlentation can be enjoyed.
To enjoy 3 STEREO, be sure to connect the center speaker.
Front Center Front
speaker (L) speaker speaker (R)
Rear == 7777 Rear
speaker (L) “77-77 ----* speaker (R)
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licens-
ing Corporation.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Setting the center mode re
For Dolby Pro-Logic systems, center mode setting Is necessary
to play back bass sounds effectively.
Set the center mode In accordance with the size of your centar
_ speaker.
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O speaker system to be used.
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| 2 SURROUND Press SURROUND or 3
STEREO to tum on the
desired mode.
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3 STEREO For 3 STEREO made
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lEumrinates
Press once again to turn It off.
3 CENTER MODE Press CENTER MODE to
select the correct center
mode.
i -
The indicator changes each time the
button is pressed.
NORMAL:
When the center speaker is smaller
than the front speakers
WIDE RAND:
When the center speaker is the same
size as the front speakers
PHANTOM: SURROUND only
When no center speaker is con-
e © nected.
in the PHANTOM mode, the sound ..
from the center speaker will be divid-
ed between both the left and right
front speakers.
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22
| Enjoying sound with DOLBY PRO POC Te
Adjusting the delay time
When enjoying with SURRCUND anly |
Adjust so that the sound from the rear speakers Is correctly
oriented.
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7 SURROUND Press SURROUND to tum on
the SURROUND mode.
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TEL laa
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DELAY TIME Press DELAY TIME to set to
the sultable time.
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Each time the button is pressed, the
delay time will increase by 5 ms.
To calculate the deiay time, refer to
the calculation methods below.
Front Center Front
speaker {L) speaker speaker (R)
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Li
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Rear Raar
speaker (L) speaker (R)
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Set to 15 ms.
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tart at 15 ms and increase by 5 ms
for every 5 feet of difference bet-
ween L: and Lz.
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In order to reproduce the feeling of movernent tof the sourd sand
clear orlentation of sound, it is important to correctly adjust the
output levels of each spoaker. Adiust to the correct levels while
listening to the test signal.
3
STEREO to turn on the
desired mode.
For SURROUND mode
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3 STERED For 3 STEREO mode
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For SURROUND mode
Front spaaker ——— Center speaker
(left) |
+
Rear speaker —— — Front speaker
Für 3 STEREO mode
Front speaker
Centar speaker
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| Front speaker {right
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Let. dant MP
Te —
Enjoying with SURROUND or
_ 3 STEREO
“voue Tum VOLUME to set the
3 / 7 CN volume teve! normally used
for enjoying the source.
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Press CENTER LEVEL (—) or
(+) or REAR LEVEL (—) ог
(+) to adjust the output level
balance.
4
While standing in the listening area, = —
adjust the output leveis of each
speaker until they are all identical. 9 1
[=]: Decrease the output level.
[E -: Increase the output level.
BCE ee | 7 [EIS Fo | Select the desired source.
TU * e-TtIes
= e o N
The output levels can be varied within
a range of — 12 dB to +12 dB accor-
ding to the output levels from the front
speakers. SURROUND Press SURROUND ' ór 3
STEREO to turn on the
desired mode.
For SURROUND mode N
TEST To stop the test signal ONT Of) Em)
Press TEST. or o F4 ; Hi ноя той
For 3 STEREO mode - o TT
3 STEREO
ED
FTE pr Xi 3 TERED
3 Start the desired source.
When employing SURROUND, use
software which has been recorded
with Dolby Surround.
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. Betore recording, prepare the tape deck = a Не poa EN 05 dE
(recording level adjustment, etc).
See (he tape deck's or DCC's operating instructions tor d
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PERE an
| 7 [om Seger Select the audio/video source to be
recorded.
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Follow your tape deck's or DCC's operating instructions.
3 В Begin the audio/video source tobe 111
recorded.
To check the sound recorded while recording !s
being made
With a tape dack with 3 heads, it is possible to check the sound
recorded on the tape.
Press TAPE/DCC [MONITOR] on this unit and set the monitor button
on the tape deck to "TAPE".
Iumibates
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SE +
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Press TAPE/DCC ¡MONITOR: once again to turn it off.
Recording from VCR 2 to VCR 1
Before recording, prepare the VCR (VCR 1) for recording (recor-
ding level adjustment, etc.).
See the VCR's operating instructions for details.
LC
Press VCR 2.
so ie) A
SPEAKERS 17 FF A
= Ho | i
9 / Begin recording on the VCR
1 and playback the tape on
the VCR 2.
Follow your VCR's operating Instruc-
tions.
For your reference:
If à [laser disc player is connected to the “VCR 2" terminals, recor-
ding from the iaser disc piayer is possibie by following the above
procedure.
VCR
audio
(VCR 1) recording from an
source
Before recording, prepare the VCR (VCR1) for recording (recor-
ding level
adjustment, input selector setting, etc).
See the VCR's operating instructions for details,
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| 1 [ES Select t the audio source to
™ recorded.
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Begin recording on the VCR
1.
Follow your VCR's operating instruc-
tions.
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Begin the audio source to be
recorded.
26
Making a recording
To record picture from VCR 2 and
STE a EE E
.. - AL ue EE En ET
Before recording, nranara the VCR (VCR 1) for recording (recor-
ding level adjustment, input selector setting, etc).
See the VCR's operating instructions for details.
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| 9 SAL AN Select the audio source to
NN be recordad.
3/ o RE Begin recording on the VCR
1.
Follow vour VCR's onerati na Instrue-
EY OF era | Br ger wr owe
tions.
al Begin the audio source to be
| recorded and playback the
tape on the VCR 2.
For your reference:
If a laser disc player is connected to the “VCR 2" terminals, recor-
ding picture from the laser disc player is possible by following the
above procedures,
Troubleshooting guide
If vou are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the
remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to
the directory of authorized service centers {enclosed with this unit)
to locate a convenient service center, or consult your Technics
desler for instructions... . 1 1. Co
Before requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a
possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple
checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the pro-
blem and restore proper operation.
| Problem | Probable cause(s) Suggested remedy |
While listening to FM broadcasts
An unusual hissing noise is | A slight nolse may he heard because the method
heard when listening to the , used for modulation of FM stereo broadcasts is
broadcast in stereo, but not ‘ different than that used for monaural broadcasts.
heard when listening
monaurally.
Noise is excessive in both
stereo and monaural broad-
casts.
The FM stereo indicator or
the quartz lock indicator
flickers, without completely :
illuminating.
Excessive distortion in the
sound of stereo broad-
casts.
. ® Try reducing the treble sound by using the treble
control.
: * Try changing the location, height and/or direction of
the antenna.
elf an indoor antenna is being used, change to an
outdoor antenna.
e Try using an antenna with more elements.
Poor location and/or direction of the antenna.
Transmitting statlon is too far away.
Poor location and/or direction of the antenna.
Transmitting station is too far away.
- #Try changing the location, height and/or direction of
the antenna.
« !f an indoor antenna is being used, change to an
| Nearby building or mountain, * Try using an antenna with more elements.
outdoor antenna. de
While listening to AM broadcasts
An unusual “beat” sound is : Unit is being used at the same time as the
heard. : television set.
Interference from an adjacent broadcast signal.
* Turn off the television set, or use this unit farther
. away from it.
* Try reducing the treble sound by using the treble
Contra.
* Place the antenna connection wires and the power
cord farther apart.
» instal a special outdoor antenna.
The AM loop antenna connection wires are too
close 10 the power cord.
; The power supply frequency from the power cord
. is modulated and heard from thé speakers.
Caused by the “discharge phenomenon’ and the
"oscillation phenomenon’ of electric appliances
. (such as fluorescent lights, TV, small series-tyne
ı Motors, rectification equipment, etc.).
A low-pitched “hum” sound
is heard when the
broadcast is tuned.
Á strange hissing noise ls
produced continuously or
intermittently.
» Try placing this unit farther away from such equip-
ment.
* Install noise-preventian equipment on this unit or on
the electric appliance.
While onjoying sound with DOLBY PRO LOGIC
Tha DOI RY PRO LOGIC When the Dolby Pro Lanic svetem is ON, both A
— ir —| a НЧ rn —] Y Rokr nk EN 7 EU rm
(SURROUND or 3 STEREO; - and B speakers are turned ON.
indicator will flash. |
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и Кл нон Роя КИ 172157 PF
Logic system.
Problems noted at all times
Power will not switch ON. 1 The power cord plug is not completely inserted.
= Confirm that the power cord plug is connected
completely,
— *Check to be sure that all connection wires are
correctly connected.
- e Check to be sure that the correct selector is
pressed.
* Turn on the speaker select indicatorís).
No sound is heard when the
power is switched ON.
Connections are incomplete or incorrect to the
speaker systems, etc.
The incorrect input selector has been pressed.
The speaker select indicators are
turned off. 1
- The protection ciIrcuitry has functioned because : = Switch off the power, and after determining and
the positive and negativa speaker connection correcting the cause, switch on the power once
Sound stops during a
performance, or no sound
is heard when the power Is wires are “shorted”, speaker systems with an again.
switched ON. impedance less than the indicated rated «Use a speaker system of the proper impedance
. Impedance of this unit are used or under severe rating.
use, such as loud volume, excessive power and in
| an excessively hot environment.
STE 1 TE --.-
|
Speaker selact indicators
(Al IB] are flashing.
turned ON,
| When both A and B speakers are being used
: simultaneously, the Dolby Pro Logic system Is
» Turn off the Dolby Pro Logic system to use both A
and B speakers.
Technical specifications (DIN 45 500) ~
E AMPLIFIER SECTION
Power output (at 240 Y)
DIN 1 kHz (T.H.D. 1%) [SA-GX550] 2 x 100 W (4 ©)
[SA-GX350] 2 x 80 W (4 0)
20 Hz— 20 kHz continuous powsr output
Doth Channels driven [SA-GX550] 2 x 65 W (8 2)
[SA-GX350] 2 x 50 W (8 £
Total harmonic distortion
rated power at 20 Hz— 20 kHz 0.05% (8 03)
haif power at 4 kHz 0.03% {8 ©)
Power output at the Dolby Pro Logic operation
DIN 1 KHz (T.H.D. 1%)
Front [SA-GX550] 2 x 60 W (4 Q)
[SA-GX350] 2 x 40 W (4 Q)
Center [SA-GX550] 60 W (4 0)
[SA-GX350] 40 W (4 ©)
Rear [SA-GX550] 20 W (4 (Y
[SA-GX350] 20 W (4 0)
Intermodulation distortion
rated power at 80 Hz: 7 kHz = 4:1, SMPTE 0.5% (8 {3%
Power bandwidth
both channels driven, —3 dB 10 Hz—40 kHz (8 3}
Damping factor 40 (8 £1)
Input sensitivity and impedance
PHONO 3 mV/47 kQ
CD, VCR 1, VCR 2, TAPEMMCC
SIN at rated power (8 QQ)
PHONO 70 dB (IHF, A: BQ dB)
CD, VCR 1, VCR 2, TAPEDCC
Frequency response
200 mV/22 k£)
E LD & &
PHONO HiAA standard curve
(30 Hz—15 kHz) +0.8 dB
CD, VCR 1, VCR 2, TAPE/DCC 10 Hz—40 kHz, £3 dB
Tone controls
BASS 50 Hz, +10 10 — 10 dB
TREBLE 20 kHz, +10 to — 10 dB
Loudness control {volume at — 30 dB) [SA-GX550 only]
50 Hz, +9 dB
Output voltage
VCR 1 CUT, TAPE/DCC REC (OUT) 200 mV
Channel balance (250 Hz—86.3 kHz) +1 dB
Channel separation 55 dB
Headphones cutnut level and impedance 430 mV/330 0
Load Impedance
AorB 4—16 0)
Aand B 8-16 02
Ш FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range 87.50 — 108.00 MHz
Sensitivity
SIN 30 dB 1.5 47/75 Q
SIN 26 de 1.3 uv/75 Q
SIN 20 dB 1.2 uY/75 0
IHF usabio sensitivity (HF '58) 1.5 uV/75 O
IHF 48 dB stereo quieling sensitivity 22 uV/75 Cy
Total harmonic distortion
MONO 0.2%
STEREO 0.3%
SIN
MONO 80 dB {75 dB, IHF}
STEREO 58 dB (71 dB, IHF)
Frequency response
Altemate channe! selectivity
20 Hz— 15 kHz, +1 dB, —2 dB
75 dB (IHF, A: 88 dB) ——°
“Notes:
Capture ratio 1.0 98
image rejection at 95 MHz 40 dea
IF rejection at 98 MHz 70 de
Spurious responss rejection at 98 MH 70 dB
AM suppreasion 50 «В
{ kHz 40 dB
Carrier feak
19 kHz — 30 de (— 35 dB, HF)
35 kHz CC — 50 48 (- 55 98, НЕ)
Channel balance (250 Hz - 6.3 kHz) +1548
Limiting point 1.2 pv
Bandwidth
FF ampiifier 180 kHz
FM demodulator 1000 kHz
Antenna termina¥s)
M AM TUNER SECTION
CrasiiarnrV reia
Freguency range
MW (For United Kingdom and Europe)
522— 1611 kHz (9 kHz steps)
530— 1620 xHz (10 kHz steps)
75 О {unbalanced
(For others) 531 — 1602 kHz (9 kHz steps)
530 — 1600 kHz по, kHz steps)
LW (For United Kingdom and Europe) — 288 kHz
{For others} _ 153-279 kHz
Sensitivity {5/N 20 dB)
Mw | | 20 uv, 330 pvim
LW | | 45 му
Selectivity
MW (at 999 kH» 55 dB
LW (at 252 kHz} 55 dB
image rejection
MW (at 909 kM) 40 dB
LW (at 252 kHz) 40 de
IF rejection
MW (at 988 kHz) 55 dB
LW (at 262 kHz) 55 de
Ik VIDEO SECTION
Output voltage at 1 V Input (unbalanced) T £07 Vpp
Maximum Input voltage 1.5 Vp-p
E GENERAL
Power consumption
(SA-GX550] (For United Kingdom, Europe,
Ausiraliz and N.Z.) 280 W
{For others} 300 W
[SA-GX3501 (For United Kingdom, Europe,
Austrails and N.Z.) 220 W
{For others) 270 W
Power supply
(For United Kingdom, Europe,
Australia and N.Z.) AC 50 Hz-80 Hz, 230 Y — 240 V
(For others) AC 50Hz/60 Hz, 110-127 VI220-240 V
Dimonsions (ПМ x H x D) [SA-GX550] 430 x 158 x 352 mm
[SA-GX350] 430 x 136 x 352 mm
Weight [SA-GX550] 10.8 kg
ISA-GX350) 8.6 kg
1. Specifications are subject to change without nofice.
Weight and dimensions are approximate. ”
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured Dy the digital spectrum
analyzer.
For United Kingdom only
This apparatus was produced to BS 800.
+400 kHz 65 dB
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
Printed in Japan
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