Panasonic SG1060 Operating instructions

Panasonic SG1060 Operating instructions
Compact Stereo
Before operating this set, please read these instructions completely. (UK)
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Special Features
+ Compact’ Stereo Radio-Phono-Cassette Recorder ‘‘3-in-1"
Music Center
+ FM AUTO position automatically switches the radio to
“stereo” when the program is broadcasted in FM STEREO
+ Auto- Return Player with Ten-inch Turntable
+ Convenient “viscous-damped” Cueing control in Phono
$ Auto-Stop Cassette System that operates at the end of the
tape in both the play and record mode
+ The built-in “Automatic Recording Level Control” gives you
finest recording and saves you from keeping on adjusting
+ Equipped with Tape Monitor switch which enables you to
monitor the tape while making the recording through the
“PLAY/REC” terminal on the rear panel
<+ Convenient “Pause” control for short intermission during
play and recording mode.
——nstallation Instructions
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green -and- yellow : Earth
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug procead as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by
the letter E or by the safety earth symbol = or coloured
green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
blue or black.
Power Supply
Before playing your unit, ascertain the AC line voltage selector,
Make sure that it is adjusted for the voltage in your area. The
voltage to which it has been set at factory (240 V, 50 Hz) can be
seen on the rear of this unit.
CAUTION: Before adjusting the voltage selector 6, disconnect
the AC power cord & from an AC outlet.
if necessary, reset the AC line voltage selector with a screwdriver,
Before connecting, chec
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The wire which is coloured brown must be connected ah VOLTAGE SELECTOR
“o the terminal which is marked with the letter L or ( Cy NG UN
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Installation Instructions . . . . 1 21 2 4 4 4 1 4 5 4 0 0 1 KK Selection of cassette tapes .. ... 22 4 4 4 4 404 8 4 8 raro mora 9
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Controls .. 1.144 2 1 0 1010002 + 6 4 8 1 0 8 0 6 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 1 41040 Recording . . . 24202 4 4 4 42 4 4 4 4 444 4 1 4 2 4 4 8 4 0 ra, 10
Rear Panel Terminals ............... eee er eee eas Recording from radic or phono . . 2.122224 44 4 4 44 404 10
Rear Panal Information .. 1... 242 404 408 #5 4 0 1 0 01 0 0 0 1 000» Recording from the microphonels) ................. 11
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— Safety Tips
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit
has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal
safety. But improper use can result in electrical shock or fire
hazards. Do not defeat the safeguards incorporated in this unit,
please read and strictly observe the following precautionary
1 This unit is provided with ventilation openings in the cabinet
to allow heat generated during operation to be released.
Never block the ventilation grille and never place the set near
or over radiator or heat register,
7 Overloaded AC outlets and extension cords are dangerous,
and so are frayed power cords and broken plugs. Call your
service technician for replacement of dangerous power cords.
This unit should not be directly exposed to sunlight, and
should be kept free from dust, moisture and vibration.
4 To avoid personal injury, do not place the unit on a sloping
shelf unless properly secured.
5 Turn off the unit before cleaning the cabinet. Use a slightly
damp (not wet) cloth. Never use solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, or thinner as they may mar the finish of the cabinet,
6 For added protection of the unit during a lightning storm or
when the set is to be left unattended for an extended period
of time, unplug it from the wall outlet.
7 Never operate the unit if liquid has been spilled into it, or if
the unit becomes damp or wet. Pull out the mains plug and
have the unit inspected by a service technician before further use,
We urge you to consult your nearest National Panasonic dealer
for instructions concerning repairs or technical information.
— Controls
@ Power push-button
O Headphones jack
(See “Headphone Listening” on Page 6).
© Volume control
O Balance control
O Bass control
O Treble control
© Tape monitor switch
(See “To Use Tape Monitor Switch” on Page 6).
© Function selector
© Tuning control
( Microphone jacks
tecording lamp
W Record button
O Rewind button
® Fast forward button
O Play button
® Stop button
® Pause button
® Eject button
O Cassette holder
@ Tape counter w/Reset button
BD Speed select lever
O 45 rpm adaptor
@ Turntable
O Pickup arm
@ Pickup arm rest
@ Cueing lever
Rear Panel Terminals
0 External FM aerial terminals (FM ANT)
(See “Aerials and Earth” on Page 6).
@ Terminals for external AM aerial and earth {AM ANT)
(See “Aerials and Earth” on Page 6).
O Play/ Record jack (PLAY/REC)
(See “Additional Components” on Page 13).
@ Rear speaker jacks
€ Front speaker jacks
@ AC power line voltage selector
(See “Power Supply” on Page 2)
@ AC power cord
—— Rear Panel Information
Built-in line aerial wire
External FM aerial External AM aertal AC Power Line Voltage Selactor
Front Speaker
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Monitoring or
Fig. 5
Playing Back
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@ Additional Component @ Rear Speaker Systems
(External Tape Deck) {optional)
— 5 —
AC Power Cord
NOTE: {We recommend
rear speaker having
8 ~ 168 impedance.)
—— Aerials and Earth
Built-in line aerial: This unit has been connected to the built-
in FM line aerial at the factory. Stretch out the power
cord completely and change the direction of the power cord
until optimum FM or FM Stereo reception is obtained.
External FM aerial: For FM Stereo (FM AUTO) reception in
fringe areas, or where the built-in line cord aerial does not
provide satisfactory reception, connect an FM dipole aerial
to the FM aerial terminals @).
Always disconnect the built-in line aerial wire from the
FM aerial terminal before connecting an external FM aerial.
(Fig. 5)
Your National Panasonic dealer is most familiar with the
type of reception in your particular area and, if necessary,
should be consulted for further information.
e built-in extra-sensitive ferrite core aerial assures excellent
MW and LW reception in most areas. However, should you wish
to receive a very distant broadcast, connect an external AM
aerial to this unit's AM aerial terminal Y @.
To reduce noise, connect a wire between the ground terminal
— E and earth. (See Fig. 5)
Find a suitable place for this unit away from any source of
heat, and one that allows at least 2-3 inches of ventilation space
above and behind the chassis. Keep this unit away from some
large metallic parts.
Headphone Listening
To use Tape monitor switch
Use this switch only while playing or monitoring external tape
deck through this unit. The source should be a tape deck
(optional) connected to the “PLAY/REC” € of this unit with
a “DIN” type connecting cable (optional). This switch should
be in “EXT TAPE" (am),
* This switch should always be in “SOURCE” {K) when
operating the built-in radio, phono, or cassette tape, otherwise
sounds from the speakers cannot be heard.
Refer to “Additional Components” section on Page 13.
For private listening from all program sources, plug a stereo
headphones, optional, (8 ohms or more) into the Headphone
jack @. The speakers will be automatically disconnected.
CAUTION: Be sure to disconnect the headphones when playing
at a high volume level. Such high level of audio power can
overload and severely damage the headphones, not to mention
your eardrums.
—— Radio Operation
Set the following controls:
1) Function selector Q > to your desired radio band, either
“FM AUTO", “MW” or “LW”,
2) Power push-button Q > to "ON" (am).
3) Tuning control @ > to your desired radio station.
The Dial pointer indicates your tuning station.
4} Volume control @ > to the desired volume level.
5) Balance control @ > so that sound seems to come from
the center by adjusting the sound balance from your left
and right speaker systems.
6) Bass @ and Treble @ controls > to obtain the desired tonal
After listening, switch the Power push-button @ to “OFF” (4).
The FM STEREO EYE @ will automatically light up when the
program is being broadcast in FM Stereo. You are listening to
FM Stereo only when the FM STEREO EYE is lit and the
Function selector @ is set to “FM AUTO”. The built-in AFC
(Automatic Frequency Control) automatically locks in your
signal on “FM AUTO” to give you drift-free reception. lt
eliminates frequency drift.
Phono Operation
1} Function selector Q > to “PHONO”,
2) Power push-button © —+ to “ON” (a).
3) Speed select lever @ > to the type of record to be played,
either “33” or “45” rpm.
4) Gently place the record on the Turntable 6.
5) Move the Cueing lever @ to Y position ta lift the Pickup
arm @ from its rest position. (Fig. 6)
6) Move the Pickup arm above the record on the selected
point. At this stage, the Turntable @ starts to rotate.
7) Move the Cueing lever @ to W position to lower the
Pickup arm @ onto the record. The Pickup arm will descend
slowly to the groove and start playing.
8) Adjust the volume, balance, bass and treble controls as you
would for the “Radio Operation”.
9) At the finish of the record, the Pickup arm will return to the
rest position and the turntable will shut off automatically.
To interrupt .....
To interrupt the playing of record, raise the Cueing lever ®
to the Y position to lift the Pickup arm,
The Pickup arm will descend slowly and resume playing in the
same groove when the Cueing lever is set to W position.
To use 45 rpm adaptor.....
When playing 45 rpm records with a large center hole, simply
place the 45 rpm adaptor @ into the center spindie.
After using. ....
Stylus ann nn 2 = €
Fig. 7
Make sure the Speed select lever @ is in “0” position and
depress the Power push-button @ to “OFF” (A).
place the stylus at the first sign of wear to assure pleasant
sound at all times and to prevent damage to records. This is
easily done by following these instructions.
1) Lift Pickup arm to a position that will make the stylus
accessible. (Fig. 7)
2} Gently pull out worn stylus and replace new stylus into
correct position. (Fig. 7)
CAUTION: Be sure to switch off the power to the unit when
replacing the stylus. And remember to use the correct stylus
to prevent damage to your records.
— Tape Operation
Selection of Cassette Tapes
A wide selection of cassette tapes is available today, To make
tapes longer than 60 minutes, it is necessary to use thinner tape,
which is fragile and must be handied with extreme care, Because
the likelihood of a cassette failure increases greatly as the playing
time is increased, we recommend not using tapes longer than
Sixty-minute tapes will provide optimum performance with this
NOTE: Should the tape develop a slack
(Fig. 8, arrow 1), tighten the tape tension
by lightly turning the hub of the cassette
(Fig. 8, arrow 2) with an ordinary pencil
before inserting the cassette into the
cassette holder.
Always depress the STOP button before changing the mode of
operation (For example: Play > Stop > FF > Stop > Rewind >
Stop > Record > Stop — etc.)
By depressing the STOP button, the previously depressed opera-
ting button will return to its original position.
Do not depress buttons or lift them up by force.
If the RECORD button cannot be depressed easily, do NOT
FORCE it, but check the erase protection device on your TAPE.
Page 11.)
Inserting the Cassette
1} Depress the cassette Eject button to open the Cassette
holder @. (Fig. 9)
2) Insert the cassette firmly with the openings (tape exposed
side} facing you.
Be careful not to touch the exposed tape.
3) Close the cassette holder manually.
Tape exposed side
Fig. 9
Removing the Cassette
1) Depress the Stop button @ .
2) Depress the cassette Eject button @ to open the cassette
holder and remove the cassette.
When the tape reaches its end, during playback or recording, it
automatically stops and the record button and play button ret”
to their original positions. Note, however, that this feature oa
not function during rewind or fast forward and that the stop
button must be pushed.
a When the tape comes to an end, it automatically stops.
At this time, because the mechanical stop device operates, the
play button will not lock (stay depressed) when pushed.
® To continue operation (recording or playback), you must
rewind the tape or press the eject button and turn the cassette
Rewind and Fast Forward
To rewind the tape to the left reel, push the Rewind button €.
To advance the tape rapidly to the right, push the Fast Forward
button MP. (Fig. 10)
CAUTION: Always be sure to depress the STOP button after
every operation of the REWIND or FAST FORWARD button.
When the REWIND or FAST FORWARD button is left depressed
accidentally, it may cause problems with the proper operation
of your unit.
Fast Forward
Fig. 10
se Counter and Reset Button
. à Tape Counter @ will automatically start to count when
playing back or when recording. This counter will help you
determine approximately where to re-play or re-record. There-
fore, it will be convenient for you to set the tape counter to
“000” by pushing the Reset button @ before the start of any
playback or recording,
1) Function Selector Q > to “TAPE/MIC”.
2) Power push-button Q> to “ON” (=).
3) insert the pre-recorded cassette tape firmly.
4) Play button @ — depress.
5) Adjust the volume, balance, and tone controls as you would
for radio operation.
6) Stop button Q -> push in order to stop playback.
This unit has provisions for monitoring {except in “microphone”
recording) through its speakers, which is particularly useful
when making recordings. When recording, volume, balance, bass
and treble control settings do not affect recording level and
tonal quality.
Recording level is automatically adjusted by the built-in
“Recording Level Control”,
Automatic Recording Level Control
This unit's recording level contro! system adjusts and maintains
proper recording level automatically. Thus, manual recording
level adjustment is not necessary. It saves you from adjusting
knobs everytime you make a recording.
Recording Lamp ®
This will illuminate when you are recording through the built-
in cassette tape recorder.
Pause Control
To interrupt the tape movement temporarily during playback
or recording, depress the Pause button Q. To resume playing,
simply release this button by pushing it once agaín.
For fine recording : Before choosing the program you wish
to record, push the record and play buttons simultane-
ously and depress the pause button, and as soon as you
are ready to record, release the pause button,
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Recording from Radio or Phono
Be sure no microphone is connected to the Microphone jack (.
1) Operate as you would for “Radio Operation” or “Phono
2) Depress the Record button @ and Play button ®& simul-
taneously to start recording. The Recording lamp @ will
light up.
3) To stop recording, push the Stop button @.
Recording from the Microphone(s) |
1) Connect the microphones to the “LEFT” and “RIGHT” Micro-
phone jacks @.
However, for monaural recording (using one microphone),
only one channel recording can be made.
2) Function Selector Q > to “TAPE/MIC”.
3) Depress the Record button ® and Play button @ simul-
taneously to start recording.
4) To stop recording, push the Stop button €.
CAUTION: When NOT recording from the microphones),
disconnect the microphone(s) from the microphone jack
is) ® .
Any recorded material on a tape is automatically erased when the
tape is again recorded upon and only the new sound remains. To
erase the tape without adding a new recording, proceed as
1) Disconnect the microphones.
2} Function Selector Q > “TAPE/MIC”.
3) Let the tape run as if recording. All previous recordings will be
Cassette incorporate a convenient erase-protection device to
prevent accidental erasure. When the small “tabs” at the rear
of a cassette are broken out, the erase-protection device will
be activated, preventing accidental erasure of pre-recorded tapes.
To protect side 1 recording, break out the tab for side 1. For
protection of side 2, break out the tab for side 2, (Fig. 11)
NOTE: If, for some reason, you want to record on a track
for which the “tab” has already been removed, simply cover
the slot with a small piece of celiophane or vinyl tape.
(Fig. 12)
Tab for Side 1
Fig. 11
The REC/PLAY and ERASE heads in the cassette deck may
accumulate dust and tape residue, causing poor and wavering
sound. This residue should be cleaned periodically {about every
100 hours of playing and recording time). Clean the surface of
the heads gently with a cotton swab moistened with alcoho! or by
using the demonstration tape supplied with this unit.
CAUTION: Do not use any solution other than alcohol for head
cleaning. Never touch the REC/PLAY and ERASE heads with
metal objects such as screwdrivers and never bring a magnet
close to the tape mechanism. To obtain optimum performance
from your cassette deck, these instructions should be remem-
Tab for Side 2 Adhesive tape
Fig. 12
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* Using cotton swab
1} Depress the Eject button @. Remove the cassette from the
Cassette holder @. Clean the rubber pressure roller and the
capstan shaft with a soft, lint-free cloth slightly moistened
with alcohol.
CAUTION: Never apply solutions other than alcoho! or
commercial tape head cleaner.
Push the Play button $. The record/playback and erase heads
will then be accessible. Clean these heads with a soft, lint-free
cloth slightly moistened with alcohol.
+ Using the demonstration tape supplied with this unit
(A strip of head cleaning tape of about seven seconds duration
is attached to both ends of side 1 and side 2 of the
demonstration tape).
1) Insert the cassette, using either side 1 or side 2,
à} Push the Play button @ -
3) Let the tape run for several seconds, then push the stop button
3emove the cassette by pushing the Eject button @. The
heads are now clean,
* When listening to the demonstration tape, stop the tape before
it reaches the head cleaning strip.
* Too frequent use of head cleaning section should be avoided.
* Recommended frequency for cleaning the head is once every
100 hours of playing and recording time or once a month.
Erase head Record/Playback head Capstan shaft
Fig. 13
pressure roller
4-Channel Matrix Listening
This is a matrix system in which reverberated and reflected
sounds of the left and right signals, separated from the main
sound energy, are delivered by rear speakers.
In the conventional stereo broadcast system, the left signal is
fed to the left speaker and the right signal to the right speaker.
Actually reverberated and reflected sounds are included as well
as the sounds from the front. With the matrix sound systems,
they can be separated from the “L” and “R” signals by the
rear speakers. This unit contains a special circuit to convert the
conventional FM stereo broadcasts, stereo records, or stereo
tape into “4-channel matrix” stereo sounds.
To use “4-channel matrix”
* Install optional rear speaker systems (8-16 ohms) to the
left and right rear speaker jacks €.
* Use the front speaker systems of this unit as front- position
speakers and the additional rear speaker systems as rear-
position speakers. The optimum listening position is in the
center of the 4 speaker systems.
Fig. 14
— Additional Components
a To use External Tape Deck through “PLAY/REC”
You may record any program source to which you are listening
by connecting an external tape deck to this unit's "PLAY/REC”
jack @ using appropriate “DIN” type connecting cable (optional).
See Fig. b.
Please refer to the “Instruction Manual” of the external tape
deck for details.
1) Tape Monitor @ > to “SOURCE” (E).
2) Select the program you wish to record by turning the
Function selector.
® When recording from radio or phono through an external
tape deck and through your built-in tape deck simultane-
ously, some strange sound (beating) may be heard from
the speakers. Such kind of external tape deck as mentioned
above is not appropriate for “simultaneous” recording and
not to be used with this unit,
e When recording “AM” program from this unit through an
external tape deck, some noise may be heard from the
speakers. This is because the external tape deck and this
unit are placed too close to each other, Please keep the
tape deck away from this unit.
e Do not connect this unit to any low level input(s) on the
external tape unit such as “MICROPHONE”. The recordings
will be -severely overloaded and distorted.
If your stereo tape unit has true tape-monitor facilities (separate
circuits and head for recording and for playback), you may
monitor the tape while making the recording. This will allow
you to compare its sound quality with that of the original
program material. To monitor the tape, alternate the Tape
Monitor @ between “SOURCE” (MA) (to hear the original program
material) and “EXT TAPE" (wm) (to hear the same material a
fraction of a second later, as it sounds on tape).
NOTE: Remember to set the Tape Monitor back to “SOURCE”
(A) when you have finished recording, otherwise a program
chosen with the Function selector cannot be heard.
When playing back tapes from your external tape deck, set the
Tape Monitor to “EXT. TAPE” (æ). The recorded sound will
then be heard. Adjust the volume, balance, and tone as you
would for radio operation.
Some Trouble Shooting Hints
Radio Cassette Tape Recorder
FM; Connect FM external OThe Record; Play and Erase
aerial. (If already done, heads are dirty. (Refer to
"Head Cleaning.”
OThe cassette tape
is worn out. Do
not use it,
recheck its connection ar
change its direction.)
AM: Connect AM =
external aerial,
(Radio, Phono and
Cassette Tape Recorder)
O Remove dust on OAC cord loose or disconnected.
the disk or on the Recheck it.
tip of the stylus, ©8peaker cords are disconnected. Ra-
OStylus is out of check them,
position. It should O Adjust volume control.
be corrected. CFunction selector should be in
correct position.
OThe disk is worn
A Monitor must be in “SOURCE”
out, Do not use it,
OStylus is worn out. &
Replace it with a new one,
{Refer to "Stylus Replacement.)
O Headphones should be disconnected.
OQ Cassette tape is caught on the head
or capstan, Remove and rainsert it
into the cassette holder.
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Fig. 4
Power Output: MPO 2 x 8.6W (THD 5%, 8 ohms) Deck System: Auto Stop Cassette System
RMS 2 x 7.5W {One Channel, 5%, 8 ohms) Track System: 4 Track, 2 channel
RMS 2 x 6.0W (Both Channel, 5%, 8 ohms} Recording System: AC Bias, 52kHz
Frequency Response: 20Hz ~ 20000Hz Erasing System: AC Erase, 52kHz
Input Sensitivity and Impedance: Tape Speed: 4.75cm/sec (1-7/8 ips)
Tape; 300mV, 25k ohms Frequency Response: 50Hz ~ 10000H 2
REC OUT & Impedance: Wow & Flutter: 0.25% WRMS
DIN; 40 mV, 80k ohms
Bass; +8d8 at 100Hz
Treble; + 10dB at 10kHz POWER SUPPLY: AC 110V, 120V, 220V, 240V, 50/60Hz
Frequency Range: 87. 5MHz ~ 108 MHz Center Unit: 176mm x 570mm x 387mm
Intermediate Frequency (IF): 10.7MHz (6-15/16) (22-7/16 0 (15-1/4")
Sensitivity : 35uV (S/N 30dB, MOD 40kHz)
image Ratio: 30dB (98 MH z} WEIGHT
Signal to Noise Ratio: 60dB {at 1kHz, 60dB, 75kHz) Center Unit: 9.85 kg (121 1b 1202)
Distortion: 0.5% (MONO) {at 1kHz, 60dB, 30%)
£ » Separation : 30dB (at 1kHz, 60dB, 30%)
These specifications might be modified with development of technology.
Frequency Range: MW: 625kHz~ 1605kHz (572m— 187 m) Location of Serial Number
LW; 145kHz~ 2BbkHz (2070m — 1050 m) You will find the SERIAL NUMBER on the bottom of this urit.
Intermediate Frequency (IF): 470kHz .
Sensitivity : MW: 1004V/m for SOMW Supplied Accessories
LW; 300uV/m for 50mW 45 rpm Adaptor. .. . sea eee 1
Image Ratio: MW: 35d8 (1MH2) Plexiglass Dust COVEI. . . «vo ov voces rom ene 1
LW : 45d8 (220kHz) National Panasonic Dernonstration Cassette Tape. . . .. . ==... 1
Microphones with stands. . . . .. et 2
Turntable: 25cm 110) To obtain service: |
Turntable Speed: 33-1/3 and 45 r.p.m., 2-speeds Should at any time your unit require service |
Phonomotor: AC 2-Pole Induction * Contact your National Panasonic dealar
Cartridge: Ceramic (EPCOSSTAD) * Quote MODEL NUMBER and SERIAL NUMBER |
Stylus: Diamond (EPS3ESTSD) |
LL “Ad
Stylus Pressure: 7 gram
Wow & Flutter: 0.20% WRMS
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Matsushita Electric Trading Co., Ltd.
PO. Box 288, Central Osaka Japan
SQX5712 (UK) BOT76RMO Printed in Japan
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