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SM-3221
PORTABLE STEREO RADIO DOUBLE CASSETTE RECORDER
Instruction manual
Description
CONTROL LOCATION
1. Headphones Socket
2. Volume Control
3. Function Switch
4. FM Mode Switch
5. Band Selector
Deck A
6. Pause Button
7. Stop / Eject / Button
8. Fast Forward Button
9. Rewind Button
10. Play Button
Deck B
11. Pause Button
12. Stop / Eject Button
13. Fast Forward Button
14. Rewind Button
15. Play Button
16. Record Button
17. Tuning Knob
18. Power Indicator
19. FM Stereo Indicator
20. Dial Scale
21. Cassette Door A
22. Cassette Door B
23. Telescopic Antenna
24. Battery Compartment Cover
25. AC Line Cord
26. For 220V Version Only: 220V Selector
(Inside of the Battery Compartment)
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Important safeguards
· CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back), do not put any userserviceable parts inside. Prefer servicing to qualified service personnel.
· DANGEROUS VOLTAGE: Uninsulated dangerous voltage that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electrical shock to persons is present within this product enclosure.
· ATTENTION: The owner s manual contains important operating and maintenance instructions. For your
safety, it is necessary to refer to the manual.
Power supply and connection
BATTERY OPERATION
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Set the FUNCTION switch to the TAPE position.
Open the battery compartment cover.
Insert 6 batteries (UM-1 or D). Please observe correct battery polarities or the set will not work.
Close the battery compartment cover.
AC OPERATION
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Before the first connecting of the appliance check that voltage indicated on the rating label corresponds
the mains voltage in your home.
· Plug the corresponding end of cord into the AC socket on the rear of the set.
· Insert the plug into power supply.
CAUTION:
· When the set is only used with AC or is not used for 2 weeks or more, please remove the batteries, to
avoid damage to the set from leakage of batteries.
· Always switch off the unit when not in use.
· Always unplug the appliance from power supply, when no use long time.
· This unit cannot be operated by batteries if the AC power cord is connected to the unit.
HEADPHONE CONNECTING
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For private listening, insert 3.5 mm headphones into the stereo headphone jack.
Slide volume control switch to the appropriate level as desired.
When the stereo headphone jack is plugged, speaker will disconnect automatically.
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Function
FUNCTION SWITCH
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Position RADIO for:
Radio reception
Recording from radio on deck B
Position DUBBING for:
Synchronized dubbing from tape A to tape B
Position to TAPE for:
Switching off the radio
Cassette playback
Sound adjustment
VOLUME
The level of sound reproduced by the loudspeaker or Stereo Headphones is adjusted by the
VOLUME control.
NOTE:
During recording, adjusting the VOLUME control only affects the monitor sound and not the content
of recording.
Radio operation
OPERATION
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Set Function switch to RADIO position thus the Power LED indicator should light up.
Select your desired broadcasting band with Band switch.
Rotate the Tuning control regulator to receive the desired broadcast.
Adjust the level of sound with Volume control switch.
To turn off the radio, set the Function switch to TAPE position.
ANTENNA
· For FM reception, adjust the telescopic antenna to obtain the best reception on the band selected.
· The AM signals are picked up through the built-in ferrite antenna. The set should be placed to a position
for the best reception.
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FM AND FM STEREO RECEPTION
Set the FUNCTION switch to the FM STEREO position. This is the ideal setting to listen to FM Stations as it will
provide Stereo Sound. If the reception is weak, the FUNCTION Switch can be set to FM MONO. The reception
will be stronger but the quality of sound will not be that of FM STEREO.
Cassette recorder operation
This Double Cassette Recorder has two cassette decks: deck A and deck B. The difference between deck A
and deck B is deck B has RECORD function while deck A has not.
CONTROLS
· STOP/EJECT button
During operation, depress to stop all deck operation. Press again to open the cassette door.
· FAST FORWARD button and REWIND button
Press to rapidly advance the tape in either forward or reverse direction.
· PLAY button
Press to start playback.
· PAUSE button
Press to stop tape operation temporarily. Press again to resume tape operation.
· RECORD button
Press to start recording. PLAY button will be activated automatically.
CASSETTE PLAYBACK
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Set the Function switch to TAPE position thus the Power LED indicator should light up.
Press the STOP/EJECT button on desk
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to open the cassette compartment.
Insert a cassette with tape side upward and push the cassette door to close the cassette compartment.
Press the PLAY button on desk
or
to start the playing.
Adjust the VOLUME control to the desired sound level
CONTINUOUS PLAYBACK
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Set the Function switch to TAPE position thus the Power LED indicator should light up.
Insert two cassettes into desk
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Press the PAUSE button and PLAY button on deck
simultaneously.
Press the PAUSE button and PLAY button on deck
simultaneously.
Press the PAUSE button again on deck
; it will play the tape.
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NOTE:
· When the tape plays to the end on deck
· When the tape plays to the end on deck
, deck
will be playing automatically.
, playing will be stopped automatically.
TAPE MIXING - USING DECK A AND DECK B
· You may like to mix the sound recorded on two cassette tapes together.
· Set function switch to tape position.
· Insert your prerecorded cassette tape in deck A and deck B as described in previous chapter.
· Start playback of both decks by pressing PLAY buttons 8 and 17 and simultaneously. You will
obtain the wondrous audio effect.
Recording (Deck B only)
TAPE TO TAPE RECORDING
· Set the Function switch to DUBBING position thus the Power LED indicator should light up.
· Set Dubbing speed selector to Normal position.
· Insert a pre-recorded cassette into deck
and a blank cassette into deck
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· Press the RECORD button and PAUSE button on deck
simultaneously.
· Press the PLAY button on deck
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· Release the PAUSE button on deck
to start recording. Then both cassettes will start and dubbing at
normal speed.
NOTE:
· Press the PAUSE button on deck
to pause the tape recording.
· Press the STOP/EJECT button on deck
when the recording is finished.
· Set the Dubbing Mode switch to HI position if you wish to activate high-speed copying function. This will
reduce the recording time to about half.
NOTE:
· Do not reset DUBBING SPEED selector during dubbing.
· When the length of tape A is shorter than tape B, PLAY button of deck A is released automatically. But as
RECORD button and PLAY button of deck B are still being kept pressed, you have to press STOP / EJECT
button to terminate the dubbing operation.
· When the length of tape B is shorter than tape A, RECORD button and PLAY button of deck B are release
automatically at the end of tape B. But tape A will continue to playback until it reaches its end.
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RECORDING FROM RADIO
· Set the Function switch to RADIO position thus the Power LED indicator should light up.
· Tune to the desired station by turning the Tuning control regulator.
· Insert a blank cassette into deck
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· To start recording press the PLAY button and RECORD button on deck
simultaneously.
· Press the STOP/EJECT button when finished.
NOTE:
· You may want to monitor playback during recording. You can adjust the sound with the VOLUME control.
This adjustment does not affect the content of recording
· Sometimes when recording from AM you may hear a whistling noise due to interference. Set the FM MODE
to a different position to step down such interference
Special features
AUTOMATIC STOP
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During playback or recording, the unit will shut itself off automatically at the end of tape.
AUTOMATIC RECORDING LEVEL CONTROL (ALC)
· The unit incorporates with built-in ALC circuitry which automatically adjust the optimum recording level
without overloading during recording or dubbing.
Maintenance and care
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Check your batteries regularly, old or discharged batteries should be replaced. If the unit is not going to
be used for some time or is being run exclusively on the alternative power, remove the batteries to avoid
leakage and damage.
Electronic products of this kind should never be subjected to moisture or extreme temperatures.
If necessary, clean the unit with a piece of cloth dampened with water only (be sure the AC power cord is
disconnected from the power supply).
The heads and capstan are in constant contact with the moving tape. Use a small cotton bud with alcohol
or special tape head cleaner to clean these parts. Never touch the heads with anything metallic.
ERASE PROTECTION
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To prevent accidental erasing of a cassette, simply break off the two plastic tabs located on the cassette
tape s rear side.
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· When a cassette with removed plastic tabs is inserted, the recording button cannot be pressed.
· If a cassette is to be erased and re-recorded at a later stage, simply cover the holes on the cassette where
the tabs were removed, with a piece of strong adhesive tape.
Troubleshooting
Carefully re-read the instructions to make sure the unit is being operated properly.
Check the following before you take your unit to the local dealer for repair.
SYMPTOM
There is no sound from the speakers.
The radio does not work
There is excessive static during FM reception.
A cassette cannot be inserted into the
compartment.
The PLAY button does not lock in position after
inserting cassette tape
The RECORD button cannot be pressed down with
a cassette tape inside.
The TAPE does not play
The sound is weak or distorted during tape
playback.
A previous recording cannot be completely erased.
CAUSE
- Headphones are connected to the unit.
- The Volume control is set too low.
The FUNCTION switch is in the TAPE position
The antenna is not properly positioned
The tape is inserted in the wrong direction.
The tape is at its end and auto-stop function is in
operation.
A tape with its safety tab removed has been
inserted.
The PAUSE button is depressed.
The record/playback head is dirty.
The erase head is dirty.
If you find the unit is not working properly after checking the above chart, please take it to your nearest
Services Center. Do not attempt to repair it by yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. If
necessary, clean the unit with a piece of cloth dampened with water only. Make sure the unit is disconnected
from an AC power outlet.
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Specification
Power supply
220 V, 50 Hz
RMS
2Wx2
Net/ Gross Weight
2.066 kg / 2.4 kg
Overall Dimension ( L x W x H )
520 mm
144 mm
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