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Dear Customer
Thank you for purchasing this Technics product.
For optimum performance and safety, please read
these instructions carefuily. o
Before use
Caution for AC mains lead
(For Uned Kingdom)... _
Suggestions for safety ……
Front pane! controls ...........
Accessories …
inserting the rechargeable battery …
Connections...
LT 1 rete eee eme 9
Concerning the remote control... 10
Operation
USINg Datiery Power... O... ei 11
Listening to sound... . 12
When listening to phono discs...... 13
To adjust the tone quality .............................————....
To adiust the sound balance 1
To mute the sound level... errs 13
Recording .… eevee „14
To check the sound recorded while recording
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Using the remote control
Remote contro! operation............ rer 15
Reference
Troubleshooting guide...... canina 18
Battery notes... 19
Technical specifications … . 19
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“+ (EB” area code model only)
For your safety, please read the following text care-
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This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin
mains plug for your safety and convenience. -
A 5-ampere 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 7 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
focal dealer.
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 either of these wires
be connected to the earth terminal of the three pin
plug, marked with the letter E or the Earth Symbol
Before use ;
Remove the connector cover as follows. _
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cover
CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG 15 UNSUIT-
ABLE 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.
How to replace the fuse
1. Remove the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
dA Fuse cover
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 the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
appiiance may not correspond with the coloured mark-
ings Identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected
to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the
letter N or coloured BLACK.
— 2. Replace the fuse and attach the fuse cover.
Fuse
(5 ampere)
— lA mtr ors -
Avold placing the unit in areas of:
Placement
« direct sunlight
» high tambarature
» high humidity
e excessive vibration
= uneven surtaces (Place the unit on a fat level surface.)
Such conditions might damage the cabinet and/or other component
parts and thereby shorten the unit's service ilfe.
Ventilation
Place the unit in a well-ventilated position at least 10 cm away from
well surfaces etc.
Stacking
Never place heavy items on top of the unit or the power cord.
Voltage
eilt Is very dangerous to use an AC power source of high voitage
such as for an air conditioner.
À fire might be caused by such a connection.
* A DC power source can not be used.
Be sure to check the power source carefully, especially on a ship
or other place where DC is used.
Power cord protection
® Avoid cuts, scraiches or poor connection of the AT mains cord, as
this may result in fire or electric shock hazard.
Excessive bending, pulling or slicing of the cord should aiso be
avoided. -
e 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.
* Never touch the plug with wet hands or a serious electric shock
could result.
“e Ensure that no > foreign objects, such as ; needies, coins, screw-
drivers etc, accidentalty fait into the unit or through the ventilation
Otherwise, a serious electric shock or malfunction could occur.
e De extremely careful about spiiiing water or Equid onvi nto the unit,
as a fire or electric shock could occur,
{Disconnect the power plug and contact your dealer immediately i
this occurs.)
# Avold spraying insecticidas orto the unit as they contain famma-
ble gases which can bs ignited.
ein secticides, 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.
Claan the cabinet, panel and controis with a soft cloth lightly moist-
ened with mild detergent solution.
Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent
such as alcohol or Benzine.
Service
Never attempt to repair. disassemble or reconstruct the unit if
there seems to be à problem.
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ary measure.
. Ju a problem occurs during operation {the sound is interrupted,
dealer or Authorized Service Canter immediate!y.
= Disconnect the power supply if the unit will not be used for a long
time, Otherwise the operation If life could be shortened.
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Notice about the rechargeable battery
The battery Is designated recyclable.
Please follow your local recycling regulations
Ke Ts detected, etc] contact your
r.
No. Name Ref. page
(Power “STANDBY OJON” switch 11
(POWER, STANDBY O/ON)
Press to switch the unit from on fo standby mode or vice versa.
In standby mode, tha unit is still consuming a small amount of
power,
© Input selector/indicators (SELECTOR) 12
{3 Remote control signal sensor (SENSOR) 10
— (D “STANDBY” Indicator (STANDBY) —
When the unit is connected to the AC mains supply, this indica-
tor lights up in standby mode and goes out when the unit is
turned on,
® Tape-monitor button/indicators
(TAPE MONITOR) 12,14
“E Muting indicator (MUTING) 13
7 Tone control button (TONE) 13
No. Name Ref. page
® Tone controls (BASS, TREBLE) 18
@ Volume control (VOLUME) 12
{© Phono cartridge select button
(PHONO SELECTOR) 13
( Balance control (BALANCE) 13
& Charge Indicator (CHARGE) 11
{3 Battery condition indicator (LEVEL) 11
(4 Battery operation button/indicator
(BATT OPERATION) 11
Please check and identify the supplied
\ accessories
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(UM-4, “AAA”, ROS)
1 Pull the lever (5) at the bottom of the unit toward you.
Thon E PA mem aie on
¡10 VELONy Case (Lg)
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Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for repiace-
ment parts.
4 While holding the connector so that the pawl! (I) is facing upward, securely insert the connector into the groove In the battery case until it
snaps Into place.
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«Do not insert anything other than the rechargeable battery into the
battery compartiment.
+ Head the “Battery notes" section on page 19 for details on correct
use of the battery.
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Make sure that the power supply for all components has been
tumed off before making any connections. Stereo connection cable
White (L) < Dm, ¿DD +
Do not place this unit on top of another piece of equipment Red (A) po” _———
that radlates heat (such as a power amplifier).
Connecting to the power amplifier o o
Power ampfifier
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Stereo connection
cable (included)
Connecting the audio components
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@ Stereo connection cables (not Included)
EG Ground wire (not included)
Tape deck 2 or Digital compact
cassette deck (DCC) (not included)
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Turntable (not Included)
OUTPUT
REC (IN) PLAY(OUT)
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Tuner (not included) player {or CD changer) —
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Tape deck 1 {not Included)
REC (IN) PLAY
Second CD player, etc. —
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equalizer
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Power supply system
- "Once the unit has been connected to an AC power source and
= fumed on, you can then select whether to continue to run it from an
AC power supply or from battery power (using the rechargeable
= * - battery). Because the nolse thal is generated by AC power supplies
Is eliminated when running the unit from battery power, you can
enjoy an even clearer playback sound.
“The unit can be used confinuousiy tor approximately 15 hours from
a fully-charged battery. After the battery has heen used for a cumu-
- lafive total of 8 hours, automatic recharging starts as soon as the
amplifier is tumed off. Therefore, it is not necessary to take any
‘special steps to ensure that the battery remains charged.
Replacing the rechargeable battery
The operation life of the rechargeable battery is approximately
two years. However, this will vary depending on the conditions of
use.
For information about replacing the battery, please contact your
dealer or the nearest Technlcs Sarvice Center.
Connecting the power supply
(BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR THE AC
| MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 3 BEFORE MAKING
THE FOLLOWING CONNECTION.
Comneci ithe power supply only after all other connections have
hesn made.
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AC power supply cord Household AC outlet
(inciuded)
Initial charging
Insertion of Connector
Z Even when the connector is perfectly
inserted, depending on the type of inlet
used, the front part of the connector | ‚
= may jut out as shown In the drawing.
However there ls no problem using the
unit.
Connector
Approx. 6mm NN
Appliance inlet
When the amplifier is connected by means of the AC power supply
cord, initlal charging starts straight away and the “CHARGE” indica-
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charging, it takes approximately 10 hours for charging to be com-
pleted, and the unit cannot be run from the battery during this time.
Please wait until the "CHARGE" indicator switches off before using
the battery. (In the case of automatic recharging mentioned above,
the battery can be used even while recharging is taking place.)
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"CHARGE indicator
Initial charging of the battery will also be carried out at the following
times in order to help preserve the battery.
1. When the battery case is removed and replaced;
2. When the battery is used continuously for a long period of time
and the battery voltage has dropped to a constant level.
The remote control transmitter can be used to operate other units
manufactured by Technics in addition to this unit, including CD
players {or CD changers}, tuners, cassette decks and DCC (digital
compact cassette decks) which are equipped with a remote control
sensor.
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the respective component.
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Battery installation
The batteries should be replaced if the unit fails to respond to com-
mands from the remote control transmitter even when held close to
the remote contro! signal sensor.
When you need to replace these batteries
Use two UM-£ "AAA", IEC R03 (1.5 Y) or equivalent batteries.
1 Open the cover.
Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow until it comes off
completely.
2 Insert the batteries in the correct direction
(©, ©).
3 Ciose the cover.
Use of batteries
e Thoroughly clean the battery compartment before insarting new
batteries.
e Do not mix old and new batterles, or batteries of different types
{carbon and alkaline, etc.).
» if you will not use the remote control for a long period of time,
remove tha batterles and store them in a cool, dark place.
# Do not Use rechargeable (nickel-cadmlum) type batteries.
e Do not attempt to recharge alkaline or carbon batteries.
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use Of the battery.
Correct method of use
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sor. (Tha actuel range will depend
on the angle at which the remote
cortrot is used.)
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e Aim the remote control's transmission window toward the units
sensor. Avoid any obstacles.
« Be sure tha transmission window and the units sensor ara tres
from dust. Excessive dust might affect performance.
= Do not expose the remote control signal sensor to direct sunlight
of to the bright fight of an inverter fluorescent light.
—— Yransrission window
Wher operating a Technics audio equipment, face this remote
controi toward the remote contro! sensor of the uni to be operat-
ed.
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CHARGE LEVEL
e Make sure you first read the “Power supply” section on page 9.
e [f the unlit is carrying out initial charging of the battery, carry out
the following steps after the “CHARGE” indicator switches off.
1 | power Press POWER to switchon —
E —the power.
2 / Press BATT OPERATION.
The Indicator next to the button will illu-
minate and the power supply will switch
“ from AC power to battery power.
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. BATT OPERATI
¿After this, carry out the steps on the following pages.
When turning the amplifier off
When POWER is pressed, both the amplifier and the battery power
zuppiy will be switched off simultaneously. When POWER is then
pressed again to turn the power back on, the battery power supply
will also be turned back on.
Switching to AC power
After the amplifier has been switched on, press BATT OPERA-
TION. The battery operation indicator will switch off.
- If the amplifier has started automatic recharging of the battery
because the battery voltage has dropped to a constant level, the
power supply at this time will automatically be switched to AC
power. (Operations such as playback and recording will continue
without a break while this happens.)
if the “LEVEL” indicator is flashing (approximately every 5
sacnTds)
If this starts to happen when BATT OPERATION is pressed, it
means that an initial charge of the battery is being carried out, and
is to [et you know that the baftery cannot currently be used.
Checking the battery condition
You can check the current battery level and whether It js charging
by means of the LEVEL” indicator and the “CHARGE” indicator. _
Basic operation of the indicators
When battery power is being used, each indicator changes as
shown below (T—Z2:—3 during normal operation.
ZU When total battery operation time after the battery has been
fully charged is less than 8 hours.
e O- Muminates (green)
CHARGE (EVEL 5
Charging ls not carried out at this time even if the amplifier is
turned off.
> When total battery operation time after the battery has been
fully charged is 8 hours or more.
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CHARGE
Huminates (orange)
it the ampiifier is turned off during this ttme. Dattery recharging
will be carried out. (The "CHARGE" indicator will illuminate.)
3 During battery charging.
llluminates (switch off when
o O the battery is fully charged)
CHARGE LEVEL
The time taken for the battery to charge is approximately half of
the usage time.
You can switch over to battery power while the battery Is charg-
Ing, even if charging is not yet complete. (Battery charging stops
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Other indicator operations
e If the "LEVEL" indicator illuminates in orange instead of green
even when the battery is fully charged, it means that the perfor-
mance of the rechargeable battery is deteriorating. Battery-pow-
ered operation is still possible.
e If the "LEVEL" indicator is flashing and the "CHARGE" indicator.
ls still illuminated even after the normal amount of time required
for recharging has passed, the battery is af the end of its usable fife.
¢ lf the "CHARGE" indicator is switched off and the “LEVEL” indi-
rator Is flashing, the hattery has not been Installed, or thera is a
or I ES ESS SSSR
malfunction of the battery or the amplifier.
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Before opération, set VOLUME to the “MIN” position.
7 POWER Press POWER to switch on 5 Turn VOLUME to adjust the
! the power. volume level.
Next, switch on the power of the power |
amplifier. ZN,
if the SE-A1000 power amplifier Is connected to this 7 TN
unit, both units can simultaneously be turned on or to | |
the standby position simply by pressing POWER on N /
this unii. > VOLUME
MIN — MAX
If using battery-powered operation, press BATT
OPERATION. The indicator beside the button will
illuminate. ] — Щи a о
N a a ee RE After listening Is finished
Press TAPE MONITOR so that 1. Use VOLUME to reduce the volume leval,
the “SOURCE?” Indicator Hiu- 2. When connected to the SE-A1000)
Press POWER on this unit to switch both ampiifiers to the stand-
minates. by condition.
So” Each time the button is pressed, the [When connected to a different power amplifier]
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“Turn SELECTOR to select the
deslred source.
The indicator which corresponds to the _
selected input source will illuminate.
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TAPE 1: Tape deck 1
TAPE 2/DCC: Tape deck 2 or DCC
AUX: Cornponent connacled to the AUX
terminals
CD: CD player (or CD changer)
TUNER: Tuner
PHONO: Tumtable (Refer to When lls-
tening to phono discs” on next page. e)
Start the desired source.
(Refer to the appropriate operating instructions for
First switch the power amplifier to the standby position, and then
do the same for this unit.
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PHONO SELECTOR
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Press PHONO SELECTOR to select the cartridge
type.
JE. MM: Set to this position when using a moving-magnet type car-
tridge or high-output moving-ceil cartridge {1 mV or more).
æ MC: Set to this position when using a moving-coll type car-
ma
To adjust the tone quality
BASS TREBLE TONE
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MIN MAX MIN MAX
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(I Press TONE in to the “ — ON” position.
@ Turn BASS to adjust the low-frequency sound.
Turn TREBLE to adjust the high-frequency
sound.
If istening without adjusting the tone quality, press TONE so that it
is atthe "E DEFEAT” position.
BALANCE
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Turn BALANCE to adjust the left/right sound bal-
ance.
To mute the sound level |
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Press MUTING on the remote control transmitter.
(The "MUTING" indicator on the amplifier will illuminate.)
Press once again to return to the previous volume [evel. (The
"MUTING" indicator will turn off.)
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It is possible to record from units which are connected to the rear
“AUX", "CD", “TUNER” or "PHONO" terminals to cassette tape
decks or DCC decks which are connected to the “TAPE 1” or
“TAPE 2/DCC” terminals.
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desired source to be record-
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NZ AUX: Component connected to the AUX
CD: CD player (or CD changer)
TUNER: Tuner
PHONO: Tumtable
a] a Prepare the tape deck for recording.
» Rafer to the operating instructions for the tape deck
for detailed adjustment of the recording level, etc.
play the source.
Recording from tape to tape
it is possible to record from tape deck + to tape deck 2 {or DCC)
and vice versa.
To record from tape deck 1 to 2
1. Press TAPE MONITOR so that the “SQURCE™ indicator illumi-
nates.
2. Turn SELECTOR so that the "TAPE 1” indicator illuminates.
3. Begin tape deck 2 for recording and tape deck 1 for playback.
To record from tape deck 2 to 1
1. Press TAPE MONITOR so that the “SQURCE" indicator illumi-
nates.
2. Turn SELECTOR so that the “TAPE 2/DCC” indicator illumi-
nates,
3. Begin tape deck 1 for recording and tape deck 2 for playback,
— Press TAPE MONITOR so that
Turn SELECTOR to select the
— Start the tape deck for recording, and
To check the sound recorded
while recording is being made
if a cassette tapé deck with 3 heads is connected to the “TAPE 1"
or "TAPE ZDCC terminals, tt 18 possible to check the sound being
recorded onto the tape.
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TAPR 1 TAPE DCG SOURCE
TAPE MONITOR
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Press TAPE MONITOR to select the deck (lape deck 1 or 2) and
set the monitor switch on the tape deck to "TAPE",
TAPE 1: when recording on tape deck 1 =
TAPE 2/0CC: when recording on tape deck >
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© — To operate the amplifier
Facing toward the contro!
amplifier ~~
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To turn the unit ON/OFF
[When connected to the SE-A1000]
The power amplifier and control amplifier will turn
on and off simultaneously.
POWER
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To change the input source
pressed, only the “TAPE 2/DCC”
TAPE 1 TAPEZ co
Lun
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TUNER
To adjust the volume level
DES AUX PRONO ÍINDUt indicator will illuminate in
O O O both cases.
— VOLUME +
To mute the sound level
MUTING
if your unit is equipped with the Technics Remote Control System
To turn the system OFF.
Facing toward the system
AUDIO So
(This may not be possible with some models.)
To operate a cassette deck
Facing toward the cassette
deck ^
To switch the remote control
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operation mode
Press the button which corresponds to
the cassette deck being used (TAPE 1 or
TAPE 2). Be sure to press one of these
buttons before operating the cassette
deck.
TAPE 2
O or
The power supply of the cassette deck can be tumed on by
pressing TAPE 1 or TAPE 2 for approximately 2 seconds.
(This may not be possible with some models.)
[Double cassette deck only]
Switch to "DECK 1” or “DECK 2”.
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To start play
(Reverse) (Forward) os o
When using a Technics cassette deck
To fast-forward or rewind the «CEEN pp FF equipped with a TPS function, the start of
tape
OO
a track can be found by performing this
operation during playback.
To stop play temporarily
Press €/Æb or} to resume play.
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To stop play
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Facing foward ihe UU player
To switch the remotis controi
o Be sure to press this button before operating the
O CD plaver or CD changer.
transmitter to CD operation The power supply of the CD player or CO changer can be
mode turned on by pressing this button for approximately 2 seconds.
(This may not be possible with some models.)
To start play ©
[CD changer only] : : >,
To start play from the desired 5 > © oo —
disc. O o
1 I 3 Example: 4
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track © OO — © (Example: Treck 10)
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ALP ppet sr
To skip a track
{Backward) (Forward) ___ A:
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— —
(Backward) (Forward)
1
To stop play temporarily С Press > to resume play.
To stop play С
To operate a tuner
Facing toward the tuner
To switch the remote control
transmitter to tuner operation
mode
TUNER Be sure to press this button befora nperating the
() tuner
The power supply of the tuner can be tumed on by pressing
this button for approximately 2 seconds. (This may not be pos-
sible with some models.)
To select the desired channel
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Ó To select the destred channel ome o
© OO © directly с © с > (Exemple: Channel 103
To salect tha desired band
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To operate a DCC (Digital compact cassette deck)
Facing toward the DCC
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To switch the remote control
transmitter to DCC operation
mode
DES Be sure to press this button before operating the
DCC.
The power supply of the DCC can be turned on by pressing this
button for approximately 2 seconds. (This may not be possible
with some models.)
To start play
o D С (Example: Track 1)
5S5é D
To seiect by track number DO” — — (Example: Track 10)
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To change the tape side O)
HR be FF ‘
To fast-forward or rewind the O
tape
(Backward) (Forward)
pea RSP PT SP
To skip a track
(Backward) (Forward)
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To stop play temporarily O Press № to resume play.
To stop play
O
ДАЛЯ
The Technics RS-DC10 cannot be operated using this remote control
Transmitter.
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| Problem
Before requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a
possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Soma simple
checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the prob-
lem and restore proper operation.|f you are in doubt about some ot
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| Probable cause(s
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Problems noted at all times
No sound Is heard when
the power is switched ON.
The power cord plug is not completely inserted.
the check points, or H the remedios mdicated 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 con-
ter, or consult your Technics dealer for instructions.
completely.
The input selector setting is incorrect.
e Check to ba sure that the selection of the desired
sound source № made comectly.
The tape monitor function is on.
» Press TAPE MONITOR so that the “SOURCE” |
indicator Iuminates.
When listening to stereo
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sounds are reversed.
The left and right connections of the connection
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equipment are reversad.
e Chrock ali connections and correct them if necessary.
A low-pitched nolse
(Chum” or “buzz” is heard.
The power cord or à fluorescent light, etc., |s near
the connection wires.
* Try separating this unit as far as possible from the
electric appliance.
Sound is not heard from
one of the speakers.
The balance control is set too far to one sido.
e Set so that sounds are heard al the center, between
the speakers.
The unit doses not switch to
battery operation mode.
The rechargeable battery has not been inserted.
# Insert the rechargeable battety.
Initial charging has not been compieted.
» Walt until the "CHARGE" indicator swilches off.
The AC power supply Is not turned on.
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During phono disc play
The sound lacks clarity
and volume.
The phono cartridge select button is s Incorrectly T
set to the "MM" position when a moving-coil type
cartridge is being used.
The high-frequency range
cannot be clearly heard.
The phono cartridge select button is incorrectly
set to the "MC" position when a moving-magnet
type cartridge is being used.
While using the remote control transmitter
The remote control trans-
mitter does not function.
Batteries are Incorrectly placed.
negative (7) polarities are correct
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Tha remote control tranemmtor hatiariac a
= Always remove old, weak or worn-out batteries prompily and dis-
posa of them properly.
“ . » Never subject batteries to excessive heat or flame; do nat attempt
to disassemble them, and be sure they are not short-circuited.
e | the leaking ‘electrolyte comes into contact with skin or clothes,
. flush with water immediately.
Rechargeable battery
= Do not use the battery for powering any device other than this
unit. )
= Do not remove the cover that encloses the rechargeable battery,
otherwise there is the danger of the battery short-circuiting.
Total harmonic distortion
VOL. Max. 20 Hz—20 kHz 0.01%
Input sensitibity/impedance
PHONO “Mm” 2.5 mV/47 kQ2
“MC” 170 HV/220 Q
TUNER, CD, AUX, TAPE 1, TAPE 2/DCC 200 mVv/22 ke)
Phono maximum input voltage (1 kHz, RMS)
“MM” 130 mV (IHF '66)
“MC” 10 mV (IHF '66)
S/N
PHONO “MM” 78 dB (85 dB, IHF '66)
“MC” 64 dB (5=250 UV, 66 dB, IHF 66)
TUNER, CD, AUX, TAPE 1, TAPE 2/DCC
91 dB (100 dB, IHF 66)
Frequency response
PHONO "MM" RIAA standard curve +0.8 dB
(30 Hz—-15 kHz)
TUNER, CD, AUX, TAPE 1, TAPE 2/DCC
3 Hz-80 kHz (+0,-3 dB)
+0 dB, —0.3 dB (20 Hz-20 kHz)
Tone controls
BASS 50 Hz, +10 dB to —10 dB
TREBLE 20 kHz, +10 dB to —10 dB
Output voltage
TAPE 1, TAPE 2 REC OUT 200 mv
PRE OUT 1V
Channel balance (AUX, 250 Hz-6.3 kHz} +1 dB
Channel separation (AUX, 1 kHz) 50 dB
H GENERAL
Power consumption 10 W
Fower supply AC 50 Hz/60 Hz, 230 v—240 V
Dimensions (WX<HX D) 430<69.3<307 mm
Welght 3.3 kg
Notes:
1. Specifications are subject to change without nofice. _
Welght and dimensions are approximate.
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
analyzer.
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. | ; o a
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
RQT3104-B
Printed in Japan HO735G0

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