Panasonic SCPM01 Operating instructions

Panasonic SCPM01 Operating instructions
CD Stereo System
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Operating Instructions
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For optimum performance and safety, please read these instruc- Please check and identify the
tions carefully. supplied accessories.
These operating instructions are applicable to the following system. |
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For United Kingdom For Australia and N.Z.
a System SC-PMO1 and Hong Kong (RJA0035-K)
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CAUTION!
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. >
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORM-
ANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECI-
FIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION [| Antenna plug adaptor (SJP9009) aan 1 pc.
EXPOSURE. (United Kingdom oniy)
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
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CAUTION! || Power plug adaptor (SJP5213-2) ........... 1 pc.
DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOK- For areas except United Kingdom, Australia, N.Z.
CASE, BUILT IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED and Hong Kong
SPACE IN ORDER TO KEEP WELL VENTILATED
CONDITION. ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY 2
OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE
VENTILATION CONDITION TO PREVENT RISK OF ELEC-
TRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVER-
HEATING.
Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement
parts.
Before use |
Suggestions forsafety .................. .. 3
Caution for AC mains 1еа@ .................. 4
Concerning the remote control .............. 5
Placementofspeakers ..................... 5
Connections. ......_eeeeeeneenoeenaeonmen 6
Basic connections (for supplied accessories) ............... 6
Optional antenna connections. ...........eeeee-eeererer. 7
External unit connection ..............ere00e0a rre, e 7
Frontpanelcontrols ....................... 8
Preparations |
Settingthetime .......... Cerrar ne 00 9
Presetting radio broadcasts................ 10
| Radio operations |
Listening to radio broadcasts .............. 11
| CD operations |
Listening to CDS ......e.ereeserenvorenoo . 12
Normal play ......00000 44e 44 eee eee a a A A a ee 12
Directaccess play. ......... iii iii 13
Repeat play and randomplay ................... ......, 13
Programplay . .. RR 00e 14
Adjustments
Changing the sound quality, etc ............ 15
To adjust the tone quality ............................. 15
Using the “live” effect (SOUND VIRTUALIZER) ............ 15
To mute the volume ........... ii... 15
To dim out the display ..................0erm0 es... ... 15
Timer operations |
Using thetimer .............. cena. 16
Using the play timer ........... iii... 16
Using the sleep timer ........ iL, 18
| Other functions
Using the timer fader function
(TIMER FADER) ........eee_e.oeneoenmecoo 18
Using an external unit ............ TEE 19
| Reference
Concerning CDs .........—r—eeeeemooonmenvo. 19
Troubleshooting guide .................... 20
Maintenance. ...........—ec_ecereesrrmoen. 21
Technical specifications. .................. 22
Placement
Avoid placing the unit in areas of:
e direct sunlight
e high temperature
e high humidity
eexcessive vibration
euneven surfaces (Place the unit on a flat level surface.)
Such conditions might damage the cabinet and/or other component
parts and thereby shorten the unit's service life.
To protect the unit against sound distortion and acoustical effects,
please place the unit at least 15 cm away from wall surfaces etc.
Stacking —_
Never place heavy items on top of the unit or the AC power cord.
elt is very dangerous to use an AC power source of high voltage
such as for an air conditioner.
A fire might be caused by such a connection.
e A DC power source can not be used.
Be sure to check the power source carefully, especially if on a ship
or other place where DC is used.
Power cord protection
® Avoid cuts, scratches or poor connection of the AC power cord, as
this may result in fire or electric shock.
Excessive bending, pulling or slicing of the cord should also be
avoided.
e Do not puli 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.
eNever touch the plug with wet hands or a serious electric shock
could result.
Foreign materials
eEnsure that no foreign objects, such as needles, coins, screw-
drivers etc., accidentally fall into the unit.
Otherwise, a serious electric shock or malfunction could occur.
eBe extremely careful about spilling water or liquid on/into the unit,
as a fire or electric shock could occur.
(Disconnect the power plug and contact your dealer immediately if
this occurs.)
e Avoid spraying insecticides onto the unit as they contain Нат-
mable gases which can be ignited.
eInsecticides, alcohol, paint thinner and similar chemicals should
never be used to clean the unit as they can cause flaking or
cloudiness to the cabinet finish.
Service
eNever attempt to repair, disassemble or reconstruct the unit if
there seems to be a problem.
A serious electric shock could result if you ignore this precau-
tionary measure.
e|f a problem occurs during operation (the sound is interrupted, in-
dicators fail to light up, smoke is detected, etc.) contact your
dealer or Authorized Service Center immediately.
® Disconnect the power supply if the unit will not be used for a long
time. Otherwise the operation life could be shortened.
Before use Е
Before use BB
(For United Kingdom
and Hong Kong)
(“EB” or “GH” area code model only)
For your safety, please read the following text careful-
ly.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin
mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 5-атреге fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please 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 § on
the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must
ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used
until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from
your local dealer.
CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUI-
TABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR
HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE RE-
MOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DIS-
POSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRI-
CAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS IN-
SERTED 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 lead are coloured in accor-
dance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the co-
loured markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or col-
oured Black or Blue.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or co-
loured Brown or Red.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO
THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH 1S MARKED WITH
THE LETTER E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL = ОВ
COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN/YELLOW.,
THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF—KEEP DRY.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to the type of
AC mains plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC
mains plug fitted and follow the instructions below.
lllustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
Figure A
Figure B
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2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse
cover.
Figure A
Fuse
(5 ampere)
Figure B
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(5 ampere)
R6/LR6, AA size, UM-3
Insert the batteries observing the
correct polarities (+, —)
Remote control E | | Ё
signal sensor A OOO — |
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About 7 meters
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Transmission
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Bass-reflex
port N Wall
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5-40 cm
PATON installation
Use of batteries |
Do not mix old and new batteries, or batteries of different types
(manganese and alkaline, etc.).
eNever subject batteries to excessive heat or flame; do not attempt
to disassemble them; and be sure they are not short-circuited.
e|f the remote control is not to be used for a long period of time, re-
move the batteries and store them in a cool, dark place.
e Do not attempt to recharge alkaline or manganese batteries.
Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
| Battery life
The battery life is about one year.
The batteries should be replaced if commands from the remote con-
trol transmitter do not operate the unit even when the transmitter is
held close to the front panel.
| Согтес! method of use
Operation notes
Do not place obstacles between the remote control signal sensor
and remote control unit.
eDo not expose the remote control signal sensor to direct sunlight
or to the bright light of an invertor fluorescent light.
e Take care to keep the remote control signal sensor and end of the
remote control unit free from dust.
elf this system is installed in a rack with glass doors, the glass
doors’ thickness or color might make it necessary to use the re-
mote control a shorter distance from the system.
To prevent damage
e Do not place heavy items.
®Do not disassemble or reconstruct.
®Do not spill water or other liquids.
Speakers are designed identically so that no left or right channel ori-
entation is necessary.
These speakers have bass-reflex ports on the rear. For best bass
effect, place them between 5 and 40 cm from a wall.
Caution
Use the speakers only with the recommended
system.
Failure to do so may lead to damage to the ampli-
fier and/or the speakers, and may result in the risk
of fire.
Consult a qualified service person if damage has
occurred or if you experience a sudden change in
performance.
Before use Ш
connections
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e Plug the AC power cord into a household AC outlet only after all
other connections have been made.
® To prepare the AM loop antenna wire and speaker cords, twist the
vinyl cover tip and pull off.
e For your listening pleasure, keep your speakers from touching the
system.
e Speakers are designed identically so that no left or right channel
orientation is necessary.
BH. 1
Connect the FM indoor antenna.
Tape the antenna to a wall or column, in a position where radio
signals are received with the least amount of interference.
For best reception sound quality:
An FM outdoor antenna is recommended. (See page 7.)
Before use IB
For United Kingdom For others
Adhesive tape FM indoor
antenna
Adhesive tape
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FM indoor fr
antenna four Connect the AM loop antenna.
; After attaching the antenna, turn on the system and tune in a
broadcast station. Put the antenna where reception is best and
+ interference is minimal.
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Connect the right (R) and left (L) speaker ca-
bles.
eTo prevent damage to circuitry, never short-circuit positive
(+) and negative (—) speaker wires.
eBe sure to connect only positive (red) wires to positive (+)
terminals and negative (black) wires to negative (—) termi-
nals.
AM loop antenna
(For areas except United Kingdom, Australia, N.Z. and
Hong Kong)
Set the voltage.
Use a flat-head screwdriver to turn the voltage selector on the
rear panel to the appropriate position for the area in which this
system is used.
If the power supply in your area is 115 V or 120 V, please set
the voltage selector to “110-120 Y” position.
SPEANERS(ES) |
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ul BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR
AC MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 4 BEFORE
PROCEEDING TO STEP H.
Connect the AC power cord.
(For areas except United Kingdom, Australia, N.Z. and
Hong Kong)
If the power plug does not fit your socket, use the power plug
vort oy adaptor (included). IA
o Insertion of Connector
A Even when the connector is perfectly inserted, depending on
o o the type of inlet used, the front part of the connector may jut
220- OFF out as shown in the drawing.
240 V However there is no problem using the unit.
Appliance inlet
FM outdoor antenna
(not included)
1 A For United Kingdom
| Vz 750 coaxial
cable
Antenna plug adaptor
(United Kingdom only)
Use the antenna plug adaptor
(included)
For others
4 >
(1) (> pas)
30 mm
EXT —
LOOP © —m
lo Shield braid
GND/T-
ANT © 15 Lu. Core wire
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750 coaxial cable >
(not included)
(not included)
AM outdoor antenna
(not included)
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REC (IN) PLAY (QUT) _ RL
Cassette tape deck Rear panel of this unit
(not included)
Optional antenna connections
You may need an outdoor antenna if you use this system in a
mountainous region or inside a reinforced-concrete building, etc.
| FM outdoor antenna Ml |
Disconnect the FM indoor antenna if an FM outdoor antenna is in-
stalled.
An outdoor antenna should be installed by a qualified technician
only.
| AM outdoor antenna E]
Connect the outdoor antenna without removing the AM loop anten-
na. Run 5 to 12 m of vinyl-covered wire horizontally along a window
or other convenient location.
When the unit is not in use, disconnect the outdoor antenna to pre-
vent possible damage that may be caused by lightning. Never use
an outdoor antenna during an electrical storm.
External unit connection
e For details, refer to the instruction manual of the units which are to
be connected.
eWhen units other than these are to be connected, please consult
with your audio dealer.
This example shows how to connect a cassette tape deck.
If you connect an analog player to the “AUX/LINE IN” terminals, be
sure it has a built-in phono equalizer.
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(M) Power switch (POWER) .................. 9
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa.
In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of
power.
@© Power indicator ((b/l)
The indicator lights green when the unit is turned on. When the
AC power supply is used, it functions as an AC connection indi-
cator. (The indicator colour changes to red when the unit is
turned off.)
@ Remote control signal sensor (SENSOR) .... 5
@ Multi-function display panel |
(MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY)
(5) Tuner/band select button
(TUNER/BAND) ..................... 10, 11
(6) CD play/pause button (CD, > /I1) ......... 12
@ AUX button (AUX). ..........e_e_.eeeemea. 19
CD stop button (II) ..................... 12
O) Tuning/skip/search/time adjust buttons
(-/144/<<, +/>>/D1) ................. 9
Volume control (VOLUME) ............ 11,12
(9 Sound virtualizer button
(SOUND VIRTUALIZER) ................. 15
2 Memory button (MEMORY). .............. 10
43 Tuning mode select button
(TUNEMODE) .............. cco... 10, 11
Clock/timer button (CLOCK/TIMER) ........ 9
@» Play timer button (© PLAY) .............. 16
Timer fader button (TIMER FADER)........ 18
(7 Front cover
CD tray open/close button
(4 OPEN/CLOSE) ...........onerreene. 12
CD lid ..........e.enrneononanan name. 12
69 Headphone jack (PHONES) .............. 19
Remote control El
Buttons such as Q function in exactly the same way as the buttons
on the main unit.
No. Name Ref. page
© Power button (POWER) .................. 9
@) Sleep button (SLEEP)................... 18
© AUX button (AUX) ...................... 19
@ CD tray open/close button
(OPEN/CLOSE) ..........en.naneoenvnan. 12
(6) Dimmer button (DIMMER). ............... 15
Q Skip/search buttons (<<<, Di) .......... 12
(7) Play button (D>) ............eeeereonenoa 12
Pause button (II) ...................... 12
(9) FM mode button (FM MODE) ............. 11
® Tuner/band button (TUNER/BAND)..... 10, 11
(7 Treble buttons (— TREBLE +) ............ 15
Q Volume buttons (— VOLUME +) ....... 11,12
(3 Bass buttons (— BASS +) ............... 15
Muting button (MUTING). ................ 15
® Sound virtualizer button
(SOUND VIRTUALIZER) ...........eo_..e. 15
© Stop button (HB) ............—.—e—eeerrera 12
(7 Cancel button (CANCEL) ................ 14
Program button (PROGRAM) ............. 14
Play mode select button (PLAY MODE) .... 13
@0 Numeric buttons ................... 13, 14
This is a 24-hour display clock.
This exampie in the figure shows how to set the time for 18:25.
1 Switch on the power.
Open the front cover and press CLOCK/TIMER
to select “CLOCK”.
/ Every time you press the button;
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t— Previous display —
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(within 5 seconds or so)
(1) Press —/1<</<< or +/»»>/»»I to show the
present time.
@ Press CLOCK/TIMER to finish setting the
time.
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The display will return to the previous display setting after
about 4 seconds.
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> a Press CLOCK/TIMER to select “CLOCK”.
AR Fa The time will be displayed for about 5 seconds and then the display
— will return to whatever was previously displayed.
o “For your reference
@ y EP - If the time has been set, the display will default to present time when
cLoe Е AEREO |, in standby mode.
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Preparations NB
Preparations
TUNER/
BAND
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Preset channel
e Up to 12 stations can each be set in the FM and AM bands auto-
matically.
elf broadcast frequencies are preset in the memory, you can easily
tune in any of these frequencies from the system or remote control
unit.
® You can preset just those stations you like.
(See “Presetting only your favorite stations” below.)
Preset each station in the FM and AM bands in the fol-
lowing procedures.
1 Press TUNER/BAND to select “FM” or “AM”.
The power will come on automatically.
Every time you press the button; "FM" "AM",
Press TUNE MODE to select “MANUAL”.
Every time you press the button; "MANUAL" «— “PRESET”.
3 Press —/14</<< or +/>»>/»bI until the dis-
play shows the frequency from which you
want to begin automatic memory presetting.
Tips on tuning in radio stations
(1) Hold down either button until the frequency starts scrolling.
Continue to hold the button.
(2 When nearing the desired frequency, press the button re-
peatedly until the station is tuned in.
Press and hold down MEMORY until the fre-
quency begins to change.
This will start presetting automatically. When finished, the radio
will tune in the last station memorized.
If auto presetting is not possible because radio signals
are weak or for some other reason, do the following.
| Presetting only your favorite stations
Preset the stations one at a time.
1. Perform step 1 above. Then, press MEMORY (“MEMQ” flashes)
and select a station with —/t-€4/-q and +/»>/ >».
2. While “MEMO” is flashing press MEMORY again and select a
preset channel with —/1/-4< or +/>>/ 1,
3. Press MEMORY to preset the station.
Memory retention
Your preset frequencies are retained in memory for about 2 weeks
while the system is unplugged.
AM allocation settings
(For Hong Kong and areas except United Kingdom, Australia
and N.Z.)
This system comes equipped with an electronic digital tuner that di-
vides the broadcast band into many smail steps. These steps match
the assignable broadcast frequencies and intervals in between.
Each country allocates broadcast bands according to their particular
needs.
By adjusting the allocation, you can enable the tuner to receive AM
broadcasts allocated in 10 kHz steps.
Press and hold TUNER/BAND. After a few seconds the display will
change to a flashing display of the current minimum AM frequency.
If you continue to hold the button down, the minimum frequency will
change. Release the button at this time.
To return to the original frequency indication, repeat above.
After changing the “allocation” setting, the frequencies you previous-
ly preset in the memory will be cleared.
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FM MODE
Press TUNER/BAND to select “FM” or “AM”.
The power will come on automatically.
Every time you press the button; “FM” «— "AM".
2 Press TUNE MODE to select “PRESET” or
“MANUAL”.
Every time you press the button; “MANUAL” «— “PRESET”.
PRESET:
MANUAL:
For preset stations
For non-preset stations
Press —/1<</<< or +/»»/»PI to select the
desired broadcast.
“STEREO” lights when an FM stereo broadcast is being re-
ceived. “TUNED?” lights when you precisely tune in a station.
4 Adjust the volume level.
One-touch play
When the system is OFF, the broadcast station last tuned will be re-
ceived automatically when you press TUNER/BAND.
| Auto tuning
Auto tuning is an easy way to tune in non-preset stations (select
“MANUAL” in step EJ).
Hold down either —/1-<</-<< or +/»»/»PI and release
the button when the frequency starts scrolling.
The radio frequency will stop automatically on the first station it
picks up.When there is outside interference, the radio may stop on a
non-broadcast frequency.
Hold down either —/1</-<< or +/»»/»bI to resume auto tuning.
To stop auto tuning
Press either —/14</-4< or +/»»>/»bI again.
BL noise is excessive in the FM stereo mode I
Press FM MODE. (“MONO” will light up.)
Sound will be produced in monaural, but this also reduces noise.
Press the button again to cancel. “MONO” will go out.
For your reference
You can preset FM stations in monaural. Make sure “MONO” lights
up. Then follow “Presetting only your favorite stations” on page 10
to preset FM stations in monaural.
Normally, you'll want to listen in stereo, so leave “MONO” off. This
way, you can listen to stereo broadcasts in stereo, and monaural
broadcasts in mono.
If you preset stations in memory, you can tune in a preset station by
simply selecting the preset channel with the numeric buttons on the
remote control.
1. Press TUNER/BAND on the remote control.
2. Press TUNER/BAND to select “FM” or “AM”.
3. Press the numeric button(s) to select the desired preset channel.
To select a two-digit channel
Press 210 and then the two numbers you want within 10 second
or so.
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Press CD.
The power will come on automatically.
Press 4 OPEN/CLOSE to open the CD lid.
Insert the CD with label facing upward.
Press 4 OPEN/CLOSE to close the CD lid.
Total number of tracks and total playing time will appear on the
display.
Use & OPEN/CLOSE at ali times.
The lid opening mechanism can be damaged if you attempt to
open and close the lid by hand.
Press » /II.
Play will start from the first track on the CD.
Play will stop automatically when the last track on the CD fini-
shes playing.
I] Adjust the volume level.
To stop the CD play
Press M.
To pause Press D> /I during playback.
To resume playback, press » 11.
To search forward/ Hold down —/1<</<< (backward)
backward or +/»/»»I (forward) during
playback or pause mode.
To skip forward/ Press —/t4</<< (backward) or
backward +/9»/»1 (forward) during
playback or pause mode.
When “ =>” appears on the display
This indicates there are 13 or more tracks on the CD.
e During random play (page 13), you cannot skip to tracks which
have already been played.
e During program play (page 14) or random play, you cannot search
forward or backward over tracks.
e During program play, skipping is always in the programmed order,
whether forward or backward.
One-touch play
When the system is OFF, playing starts automatically when you
press > /E.
For your reference
eWhen the system is OFF, the power will come on automatically
and the lid is opened when you press 4 OPEN/CLOSE.
elf you press D>/II instead of 4 OPEN/CLOSE after inserting a
CD, the lid will close and play will start directly from track 1.
To prevent damage 71
Do not use irregular shape CDs.
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Press the numeric button(s) to select the de-
sired track number.
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To select a two-digit track
Ry | Press 210 and then the two numbers you want.
For example
Track no. 20: =10—>2—0
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Every time you press the button;
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— ELT 1 F1: Lo. sui All tracks on the loaded CD will be played in random order.
— | Playback will stop automatically when all tracks have been played.
_ Lei ee To cancel repeat play and random play
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To repeat programmed tracks
1. Program desired tracks (step 1 to 4 on page 14).
2. Press PLAY MODE to display “[&]"”.
3. Press P to begin play.
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This function allows you to program up to 24 tracks.
1 Press H to select the CD mode.
2 [In the stop mode]
Press PROGRAM.
Press the numeric button(s) to select the track
you want to play in the desired sequence.
Repeat step Ej] until you have programmed all
the tracks you want.
Press >.
Play will start in the programmed sequence.
Play will stop automatically when all the programmed tracks
have been played.
To cancel program play mode
e Press PROGRAM in the stop mode.
Programmed contents will be saved in memory.
e Press IM in the stop mode.
This will also erase the entire program.
To select a two-digit track
Press 210 and then the two numbers you want.
For example
Track no. 20: 210—2—0
Track no. 35: =10—3—5
When “FULL” appears F1
The number of programmed tracks is limited to 24. No further tracks
can be programmed.
When “—— ——:—— ——” appears
The total playing time of the programmed tracks has exceeded 99
minutes 59 seconds, or you tried programming track number 25 or
more. In either case, you can still program and play the disc.
Check program contents.
Check to see if “P” is displayed, then press either << or >>. El
Everytime you press one of the buttons, the track and program No.
are shown on the display.
Add to the program.
In stop mode, repeat step EJ.
Cancel entries.
From the last Press CANCEL.
programmed track
A specific track only | Check to see if “P” is displayed, then
select the track with [<< or >|, and
press CANCEL within 3 seconds.
All tracks Press Il.
Memory retention
Your program is retained in memory for about 2 weeks while the
system is unplugged.
To replay your program
If you turned OFF your program with PROGRAM, you can play it
again as explained below.
1. Press PROGRAM.
2. Press №.
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To adjust the tone quality
The tone level can be varied within a range of —5 to +5.
Press BASS (— or +) to adjust the low-frequency
sound.
Press TREBLE (— or +) to adjust the high-frequ-
ency sound.
Using the “live” effect
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The sound virtualizer leaves middle-range sounds such as vocals
clear and gives natural width and depth to music.
Sound virtualizer is effective with stereo sound.
Press SOUND VIRTUALIZER to turn on the effect.
To cancel
Press SOUND VIRTUALIZER to clear the effect.
e\When listening through headphones, the effect is less discernable
than through the unit speakers.
o|f interference in FM stereo reception increases, cancel the sound
virtualizer effect.
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This feature is convenient when you have a telephone call, etc.
Press MUTING.
Press the button again to cancel. (*“MUTING” goes out.)
Muting can also be cancelled by lowering the volume all the way
(-- dB).
When the system is turned off, the muting operation will be automat-
ically cancelled.
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The TUNER, CD and AUX button lamps will also go out.
Press once more to return to the original brightness.
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Select this timer when you want to use the timer as an alarm clock.
You can wake up while listening to music (CD, tuner or aux) at a
desired volume level and time.
eMake sure that you have completed “Setting the time” on page 9.
e Switch on the power.
The figure shows how to set the play timer for playing a CD at a vol-
ume of —48 dB from 6:30 to 7:40.
Press CLOCK/TIMER to select “O PLAY”.
Every time you press the button;
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| “ON” time setting
(1) Press —/1</<< or +/»>/»PI to select
the “ON” time.
(9) Press CLOCK/TIMER.
3 | “OFF” time setting
(1) Press —/1<4</<< or +/>>/»>I to select
the “OFF” time.
@) Press CLOCK/TIMER.
4 | Source selection
Select the desired source and then prepare for
playing.
To play a CD
Press H and insert CD.
To play the radio
Press TUNER/BAND and tune in the desired station.
To play-a unit connected to the “AUX” terminals
Press AUX.
5 | Play volume setting
Set the playback volume.
Press © PLAY to select “© PLAY”.
Every time you press the button:
© PLAY — OFF
Press POWER to turn off the system.
Using the play timer |
To switch the timer OFF
Press O PLAY and check “O PLAY” goes out.
If you set the timer incorrectly
Repeat the procedure from step 1.
To check settings
Press CLOCK/TIMER to select “9 PLAY”.
Two seconds later, the display will change in the following order.
(1) Play start time
@ Play end time
@ Play source
@ Playback volume
You can check the settings even when the system is OFF.
To enjoy the desired source after the timer setting is
completed
Even if you change the volume level or music source, the timer will
start with the preset conditions.
1. After step 7, turn ON the power and start playing the desired
source.
2. Press POWER to standby mode after enjoying the source, and
confirm a CD has been inserted.
Turning the timer ON/OFF
As long as “O PLAY” is displayed, the timer will come ON everyday
as set.
You can turn the timer ON/OFF by pressing © PLAY while the sys-
tem is OFF.
Remember that when “© PLAY" is displayed, the timer is ON. When
not displayed, the timer is OFF.
elf the power is on, the timer will not function. The system must be
in the standby mode.
eif you switch the power to the standby mode while the play timer is
functioning, the OFF time setting will not be activated.
olf AUX is selected as the source, when the timer comes ON, the
system will turn ON and will engage “AUX” as the source. If you
want to playback from a connected component, set the compo-
nent's timer to the same time. (See the instruction manual that
came with the component.)
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This timer turns your system OFF at the set time (Max. 2 hours, set-
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While enjoying the desired source:
Press SLEEP to select the desired time. Ii
Every time you press the button;
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The figure shows how to set the system to standby mode after
30 minutes.
; The system is turned off after the set time has elapsed.
To cancel the sleep timer
Press SLEEP to select “OFF”.
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To confirm the remaining time
- Press SLEEP.
To change the time remaining during operation
Press SLEEP to show the remaining time, and then press SLEEP to
select the desired time.
The sleep timer can be used in combination with the play timer.
The sleep timer always has priority. Be sure not to overlap timer set-
tings.
eUsing timer fader and sleep timer in combination
Effective in sleep mode with TIMER FADER on. Volume will de-
crease slowly till the system is turned off at the end of sieep.
Select this function to provide much comfortable sleep when listen-
ing to CD or radio with sleep mode.
e Using timer fader and play timer ON in combination
Effective with timer set and with TIMER FADER on. Volume will in-
crease from 0 to last set volume level gradually.
Select this function to provide a more comfortable wake up when
using the play timer as an alarm.
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Press TIMER FADER again to cancel.
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Do not touch the recorded surface.
How to Clean CDs
Wipe from inside outward
Listening to an external source
(See page 7 for external unit connection.)
1. Press AUX.
2. Start playback from the external source.
(Refer to your equipment's operating instructions.)
| Recording from compact discs, etc. IB
Before recording, prepare the cassette deck for recording (recording
level adjustment, etc.).
1. Press to select the source (TUNER/BAND or CD) to be recor-
ded.
2. Start recording on the cassette deck.
Follow your cassette deck's operating instructions.
3, Start playback from source to be recorded.
| Listening with headphones |
Reduce the volume level, and connect the headphones.
Plug type: 3.5 mm stereo
Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing
damage.
With this system, you can only play CDs
having this mark.
However, do not use irregular shape CDs.
CDs of the sort can damage the unit. El
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Handling precautions |
Be sure to handle CDs according to the precautions shown on
the left (9-3). Failure to do so may damage the CD or the unit.
e|f you are taking the CD from a cold to a warm environment, mois-
ture may form on the CD. Wipe this off with a soft, dry, lint-free
cloth before using the CD.
eDo not write on the label side with a ball-point pen or other writing
instrument.
eDo not use record cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner, static elec-
tricity prevention liquids or any other solvent.
e Do not attach labels or stickers to CDs. (Do not use CDs with ex-
posed adhesive from tape or left over peeled off stickers.)
eDo not use scratch-proof protectors or covers other than those
specified for use with this system.
| Storage precautions
Be sure to store CDs in their cases to protect them from dust,
scratches, and warping.
Do not place or store CDs in the following places
eLocations exposed to direct sunlight
e Humid or dusty locations
eLocations directly exposed to a heat vent or heating appliance
ein the glove compartment or on the rear deck of an automobile
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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 problem and restore proper operation.
If you 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 dealer for instructions.
Problem Probable cause(s) Suggested remedy Reference
page(s)
Common problems
There is no sound when Volume is set too low. Adjust the volume level with the volume 11,12
the power is ON. control.
The location of the various | The (+) and (—) connections to one of the Connect the speaker cords correctly. 6
musical instruments is not | speakers are reversed.
well defined.
The left and right sounds The left and right connections to the Connect the speaker cords correctly. 6
are reversed. speakers are reversed.
When listening to the The left and right connections to the Connect the external unit's cord correctly. 7
external unit, the left and external unit are reversed.
right sounds are reversed.
Only one speaker is One of the wires of the speaker cord is Connect the speaker cord correctly. 6
emitting sound. disconnected.
There is no sound when a The (+) and (—) wire of the speaker cords Switch the system to the standby mode, 6
source is being played. are shorted. and reconnect the speaker cords so that
they are not shorted. Then switch on the
power.
“ERROR” message Wrong operation has been done. Operate the unit correctly by following the
appears on the display. operating instructions.
Yee ——1—— ——" appears on ® You plugged the power cord in for the first Set the time. 9
the display time.
e There was a power failure recently.
While listening to FM broadcasts
There is a “rushing noise” | The transmitting station is a long distance If you are using an indoor antenna, change 7
during a stereo broadcast away. to an outdoor antenna.
which is not audible
during a monaural
broadcast.
You hear excessive noise The installation location and orientation of
during a stereo broadcast, | the antenna are unsuitable.
and occasionally the
sound disappears.
The stereo indicator The transmitting station is a long distance
(“STEREO”) flickers and away.
does not light completely. | The power of the TV set or VCR is ON. Try switching off the TV set or VCR.
The sound during a stereo | There is a buitding or mountain nearby. Use a high-grade outdoor antenna, and 7
broadcast is highly
distorted.
[Distortion is caused by interference
between the signal from the transmitting
station (direct wave) and the signal reflected
from the building or mountain (reflected
wave).]
install it in a good location, height, and
orientation for reception.
While listening to AM broadcasts
You hear an unusual beat
sound.
You are using the system at the same time
you are playing a TV set.
Switch off the TV set, or use the system
further away from it.
You hear a low-frequency
hum.
The antenna wire is near the power cord.
Separate the antenna wire from the power
cord.
You hear excessive noise.
The AM loop antenna is too near the
system.
Move the antenna further away from the
system.
Reference
Problem Probable cause(s) Suggested remedy
page(s)
When there is a television set nearby
The picture on the TV The location and orientation of the antenna If you are using an indoor antenna, change 7
disappears or stripes are incorrect, to an outdoor antenna.
appear on the screen. The wiring at the back of the system is Separate the antenna wire of the TV set
unsuitable. from the system.
While listening to CDs
The display does not show | The CD label is upside down. Set the CD with the label facing upward. 12
the correct indication. CD | The CDis dirty. Wipe the CD with a soft cloth. 19
play does not start when
you press the play button. | The CD is scratched. Replace the CD with a new one.
The CD is badly warped.
The CD is nonstandard. Replace the CD with a different one. 19
There is condensation inside the CD player | Wait for 60 minutes before using the CD
because of a sudden change in player.
temperature.
A certain music passage The CD is dirty. Wipe the CD with a soft cloth. 19
can’t be played correctly.
While using the remote control
The system cannot be The batteries are installed in the reverse Re-insert the batteries in the correct 5
operated with the remote polarity. polarity.
control. The batteries are run-down. Replace the batteries with new batteries. 5
If the surfaces are dirty
To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a
soap-and-water solution or a weak detergent solution.
e Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit.
e Before using chemically impregnated cloth, read the instructions
that came with the cloth carefully.
| Lens care
Open the CD lid and clean the lens with a blower (not included).
If the lens is extremely dirty, clean it with a cotton swab.
Recommended product: Lens cleaner kit (SZZP1038C)
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AMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS power output
THD 10%, both channels driven
1 kHz 14 W per channel! (60)
input sensitivity
AUX 250 mV
Input impedance
AUX 47 kQ
Output impedance
Headphone 16-320
FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range
Sensitivity
87.50—108.00 MHz (50 kHz steps)
SPEAKER SECTION
Type
Speaker(s)
Full range
Tweeter
Impedance
Input power
Output sound pressure level
Cross over frequency
Frequency range
Dimensions (WXHXxD)
Weight
GENERAL
2 way speaker system
10 em cone type
6 em cone type
60
30 W (Music), 15 W (DIN)
84 dB/W (1.0 m)
6 kHz
48 Hz—20 kHz (—16 dB)
60 Hz—18 kHz (—10 dB)
140x223x228 mM
1.9 kg
S/N 26 dB
Antenna terminal(s)
1.5 uv
75Q (unbalanced)
Power supply
(For United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
AM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range
(For United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
522-1629 kHz (9 kHz steps)
(For Hong Kong and others)
522-1629 kHz (9 kHz steps)
520-1630 kHz (10 kHz steps)
Sensitivity
S/N 20 dB 500 uV/m
CD SECTION
Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz
Decoding 16 bit linear
Beam source/wave length Semiconductor laser/780 nm
Number of channels Stereo
Frequency response 20 Hz-20 kHz (+1, —2 dB)
Wow and flutter Below measurable limit
Digital filter 8 fs
D/A converter MASH (1 bit DAC)
(For Hong Kong)
(For others)
Power consumption
Dimensions (WXHXD)
Weight
Notes:
AC 230-240 V, 50 Hz
АС 220-230 V, 50 Hz
АС 110-120 Vv/220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
50 W
190x 149x303 mm
3.6 kg
1. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Weight and dimensions are approximate.
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
analyzer.
MASH is a trademark of NTT.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. En
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
ROT4485-B
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