EXC8000 Manual
5 CD
COMPACT
MINI HI-FI SYSTEM
DIGITAL AUDIO
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OPERATING INSTRUCTION
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
this appliance to rain or moisture.
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EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS:
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a electric shock to persons.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The exclamation point with an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
"WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL."
WARNING: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
This product contains a low power laser device.
PRECAUTION
Follow the advice below for safe and appropriate
operation.
ON CONDENSATION
• When left in a heated room where it is warm and
damp, water droplets or condensation may from
inside the CD player.
• When there is condensation inside the unit, the
unit may not function normally.
• Let it stand in a heated room for 1 to 2 hours to
allow the condensation to dry out.
ON PLACEMENT
• Do not use the unit in places which are extremely
hot, cold, dusty, or humid.
• Place the unit on a flat and even surface.
• Do not restrict the air flow through the ventilation
slots by placing the unit on soft furnishings, by
covering the unit with a cloth or by placing the
unit on a carpet.
FCC INFORMATION (For USA only)
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operations are subject to the following two conditions:
1 .This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2.This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesirable
operations.
ON AC VOLTAGE
• Before using the unit, check that the rated voltage of your unit matches your local voltage.
ON SAFETY
• To prevent short-circuiting, disconnect the DC
until the unit has been connected completely
• When you are not going to use the unit for a long
period of time, disconnect the DC.
Should any trouble occur, disconnect the DC and
refer servicing to qualified personnel.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
IMPORTANT
Switch off the power before connecting speakers and
other equipment.
SPEAKER CORD CONNECTION
Connect the wires with the printed white lines to the
red (+) terminals and the plain-black wires to the black
(-) terminals.
MAIN SPEAKERS IMPEDANCE : 4 ohm (ii)
NOTE: Connecting speakers other than 4 ohm may
damage the unit.
DC CONNECTION
This unit is designed for negative ground 12V/16V DC operation only.
CAUTION
• Be sure the DC is disconnected and all functions are off before making connections.
• When you are not going to use the unit for a long period of time, disconnect the DC.
SPEAKER CONNECTIONS
Connect Speaker wires (Left & Right) from the Speaker to the amplifier's Speaker terminals.
NOTE: Ensure in each case that the striped (+) wire is connected to the (+) terminal of the speaker output and the
non-striped wire (-) is connected to the terminal of the speaker output. Also ensure that the correct orientation for left and right main speakers is observed.
CAUTION : High Power Output. Do not connect speaker minuses (-) together. Do not use with common ground
speaker systems or 3-wire headphone systems without a HI/LO power adapter.
To antenna
LEFT
SPEAKER
RIGHT
SPEAKER
To Ground (Black wire}
-- To constant +12volt source (Yellow wire)
CONNECTION WITH OTHER OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
To listen to or record audio signals from external units through this unit:
Connect the white plug to the white jack, and the red plug to the red jack to the AUX IN connector.
LISTENING TO THE CONNECTED EQUIPMENT
1.Press the FUNCTION button to AUX.
2.Play the external source.
NOTE: If the external equipment is a television and this audio system is close to it, you may experience
interference if the tuner function is selected while the television is working.
TO TURN ON THE UNIT
Press the POWER button. The display will light up. Select the desired function and the corresponding function
indicator will light up.
AFTER USE
Press the POWER button. The display light will fade and only the clock display will be shown.
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PARTS IDENTIFICATIONS
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7)
CD door
STEREO WIDE indicator
MUTE indicator
MUTE button
POWER button
VOLUME control buttons
-A. PRESET -v, M< SKIP >M and MIN / HOUR
buttons
8) REMOTE SENSOR
9) PHONES jack
10) MODE selector (BEAT CUT/FM MODE/DUBBING)
11) FUNCTION button (TUNER/TAPE/CD/ AUX)
12) X-BASS button
13) Cassette holder ( Deck A)
14) Cassette deck A operation controls
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REC (record) button
*• PLAY button
•« REW (rewind) button
** F.FWD (fast forward) button
• * STOP/EJECT button
1 1 PAUSE button
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22)
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24)
25)
DISPLAYwindow
MEMORY/ 0 CLOCK , TIMER and
SLEEP buttons
CD STOP button
TUNING DOWN / UP , RANDOM and
REPEAT buttons
CD PLAY/PAUSE button
CD OPEN / CLOSE button
DISC SKIP button
BAND button
STEREO WIDE button
Cassette holder (Deck B)
Cassette deck B operation controls
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PLAY button
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» F.FWD (fast forward) button
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PAUSE button
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11. MEMORY indicator.
12. RANDOM indicator.
13. Indicators to show which disc holder of the disc tray
is occupied. If a certain disc holder is empty, the corresponding number indicator will be off.
14. STEREO indicator.
15. REPEAT mode indicators.
16. CLOCK/CD TIMING/BROADCAST STATION display.
17. Track number.
1. TRACK and CHANNEL indicators.
2. FUNCTION indicators.
3. SLEEP indicator.
4. TIMER indicator.
5. ON/OFF indicators.
6. AM/PM indicators, (for 12 hours)
7. X-Bass indicator.
8. Band FM/MW(AM)indicators.
9. Playback Indicator.
10. Pause indicator.
POWER INDICATOR
While the AC cord is connected and the unit is on stand-by, power will be consumed and only the clock display will
be lit.
• Press the POWER/STANDBY button to turn on the unit.
After a short period of time the display will show:
will resume the same mode as you power off the
unit last time for example
TUNER
Press the FUNCTION button to TAPE.
After a short period of time the display will show:
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Press FUNCTION button to CD.
After a short period of time the display will show:
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Press the FUNCTION button to AUX.
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A short period of time is needed for track shuffling, and the display will show:
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• After using the unit press the POWER button and the display light will fade.
• The numbers showing in the display depend on the time, the selected frequency or the compact disc. CD numbers
will only be displayed if a compact.
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ADJUSTING THE SOUND
TO USE THE X-BASS
Press the X-BASS button to adjust the bass.
TO ADJUST THE VOLUME
Press the VOLUME +/- buttons to adjust the sound.
To increase the
volume press here
The display will show:
To decrease the
volume press here
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X-BASS
X-BASS is designed specifically to boost the low
frequency sound to obtain a more powerful bass.
STEREO WIDE creates the feeling that the sound is being spread to the left and right, beyond the actual position of the
speakers. When listening to the sound in stereo, press the STEREO WIDE button to get more dynamic sound.
FOR PERSONAL LISTENING
Connect headphones (0 3.5mm stereo mini plug) to the
PHONES jack.
Adjust the VOLUME control, X-BASS and STEREO
WIDE controls for the desired listening level. When
headphones are connected, the speakers are
automatically disconnected.
WHEN RECORDING
The VOLUME, X-BASS and STEREO WIDE controls
switch on may be adjusted with no effect on the recorded
signal.
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SETTING THE CLOCK
To set the current time (Select POWER STANDBY mode)
1. Press the MEMORY/ 0 CLOCK button in
clock mode. Hours flash.
2.
3. Press the MEMORY/ © CLOCK button to
make the correct minutes flash.
4. Press the .A. PRESET ^ buttons to set the minutes and
press MEMORY/ © CLOCK button to start the clock.
Press the
PRESET
buttons to set current hour.
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To set the timer on (time to turn on)
1. Press the POWER/STANDBY button to turn
ON the unit.
2. Press the • STOP button until the "TIMER ON" indicator shows
on the display
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Press the MEMORY/ © CLOCK button in
clock mode.
4.
Press the POWER/STANDBY button to turn OFF the unit.
2.
Press the • STOP button until the "TIMER OFF" indicator
shows on the display
repeat the steps of
the setting the current time
To set the timer off (time to turn off)
1.
Press the POWER/STANDBY button to turn ON
the unit.
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Press the MEMORY/ © CLOCK button in
clock mode.
repeat the steps of
the setting of current time
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Press the POWER/STANDBY button to turn OFF the unit.
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NOTE : 1) Press the • STOP button to view the local time, time to turn on and time to turn off step by step, the previous
display will be retrieved after 8 seconds.
2) The timer will work if the TIMER key is pressed so that "TIMER" lights up in the display. Cancel the timer by
pressing the key so that "TIMER" goes out.
3) Suddenly OFF when playing, the TIMER OFF function are activated. Press the STOP button until the TIMER
OFF' indicator show on the display.
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SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
1. Press the SLEEP button while the power is on.
"SLEEP 90" lights in the display.
NOTE:
SLEEP can only be adjusted in TUNER, TAPE, CD and
AUX modes.
2. Press and hold the SLEEP button to select the length
of remaining time until the unit turns off.
It changes the indicator in the following way:
SLEEP 90
SLEEP 80
SLEEP 10
..SLEEP 20
The Sleep Timer is set and the SLEEP indicator lights
in the display. Let go when required sleep time (in
minutes) is shown.
To cancel the sleep timer, press the SLEEP button once
and "SLEEP" will go out in the display.
TIMER
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TUNING INTO A STATION MANUALLY
1. Press the FUNCTION button to
TUNER.
2. Press the BAND button to select
the desired band.
3. Tune into a station.
BAND
TO SEARCH FOR A STATION QUICKLY
Hold the TUNING UP or DOWN button and station searching starts automatically. When a station is found, searching
stops automatically.
However, it may not stop if the signal is weak. In this case, search for the station manually.
PRESETTING STATIONS
You can tune into a stored station directly by entering the preset number.
20 stations on FM band can be preset.
20 stations on MW/AM band can be preset.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to
TUNER.
2. Select a band.
3. Tune into a station.
BAND
4. Press the MEMORY / © CLOCK
button.
5. Press the A PRESET V buttons
to preset number.
Press the MEMORY / © CLOCK
button.
Then, repeat steps 2 to 6.
TUNING INTO A PRESET STATION
1. Press the FUNCTION button to
TUNER.
2. Select a band.
3. Press the A. PRESET~w buttons to preset number.
IF THE FM STEREO BROADCAST SIGNAL IS WEAK
Set the MODE selector to FM MONO.
Background noise will be reduced but the signal
reproduced will be mono.
TO RECEIVE THE FM BROADCAST IN STEREO
Set the MODE selector to FM STEREO.
When the FM stereo broadcast is received, FM STEREO
indicator lights up.
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COMPACT DISC PLAYBACK
2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc
tray.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to CD.
NOTE : CD tray will not open unless function is first set
to CD.
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3. Place the first disc onto the disc holder, with the label
side up.
WARNING:
• Before transporting the unit, take out all discs
from CD tray.
4. Press the DISC SKIP button to revolve the tray clockwise.
Place other disc(s) on the disc holder(s).
5. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the tray.
It takes a short while for your player to check the discs.
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6. Press the DISC SKIP button to select the desired disc. Press either one of the m / M>l (SKIP) buttons to select the
desired track.
The selected disc symbol will flash.
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7. Press the Ml PLAY/PAUSE button to start playback.
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8. To stop playing:
(a) for a moment only, press Ml PLAY/PAUSE button
and ' II' wilt be displayed. Press this button again
to resume playing.
(b) Press the • STOP button.
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COMPACT DISC PLAYBACK (CONTINUED)
NOTES: 1. During playback, disc tray can be opened to change/add disc, but DISC SKIP button will become invalid and
the current disc playback will not be interrupted.
2. The m/>M SKIP buttons can only be used to choose a track of the current disc. To choose a track of another
disc, DISC SKIP button should be pressed to get to the desired disc first.
LOCATING A PARTICULAR POINT IN A TRACK
To Locate a Particular Point in a Track
• To move forward at high speed, keep ^ forward
SEARCH button pressed and release it at the desired
point.
• To move backward at high speed, keep 44 backward
SEARCH button pressed and release it at the desired
point.
• On forward search the track is rapidly scanned, then
the next track and so on to the next disc. The first track
on the next disc will be played normally, to carry on
scanning release and press the search button.
To Locate a Track in Sequence
• To locate the beginning of the current or the
preceding track, press W reverse SKIP button.
• To locate the beginning of the succeeding track,
press tH forward SKIP button.
• A short period of time will be needed for the disc
to read the information of the desired track before
playback can begin.
Reverse
skip
Forward
skip
Reverse
search
Forward
search
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Press it once
Keep it pressed
NOTE: Searching and skipping can be done during playback or pause stage but are effective for the currently selected
disc only.
Use DISC SKIP button to choose another disc.
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COMPACT DISC PLAYBACK (CONTINUED)
SHUFFLE PLAY - PLAYING IN A RANDOM ORDER
IN STOP MODE
1. Press the DISC SKIP button to select a disc.
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appear on the display.
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3. Press HI PLAY/PAUSE button. Some abnormal symbols will be shown on the display and a short period of time is needed
for track shuffling, before playback can be started.
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selects one track to play each time.
2. The player will skip to a new randomly selected track and start playing if >M SKIP button is pressed during
random playback.
IN PLAYBACK MODE
During normal playback the random function cannot be activated, it can only be switched "ON" from the STOP mode.
2. Press the RANDOM button to deactivate random playback.
1. Press the • STOP button to stop random playing.
NOTE:
During random playback, the RANDOM playback function cannot be cancelled. Random play cancellation can only be
done in stop mode.
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COMPACT DISC PLAYBACK (CONTINUED)
REPEAT PLAYBACK
DURING PLAYBACK MODE
To Repeat the Current Track
• Press the REPEAT button until REPEAT ONE appears
on the display and the currently playing track will be
played repeatedly until the STOP button is pressed.
• SKIP and SEARCH can still be used during this function. SKIP will go to the start of the next track, Reverse Skip will go to the start of the present track, on
the second press it will then go to the start of the
previous track. SEARCH will search through the tracks
normally.
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To Repeat the Whole Disc or Programmed Tracks
• Press the REPEAT button until REPEAT ONE DISC
appears on the display and the current disc or the
current program will be played repeatedly starting from
the currently playing point.
• Press the M< / >M SKIP buttons with repeat-one-disc
function on, one can still search through the whole
disc or whole program, and the CD player will then
start playing from the selected point.
To Repeat All Disc
• Press the REPEAT button until REPEAT ALL DISC
appears on the display.
• Press them/>M SKIP buttons can make the player
start playing from the newly selected point of the
currently playing disc.
• Press DISC SKIP button can make the player start
playing from the first track of the newly selected disc.
TheW/>H SKIP buttons can be used to choose a
particulartrack on this selected disc, the CD playerwill
then start playing from that point.
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• Press the REPEAT button until the word "REPEAT"
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DURING PAUSE MODE
DURING STOP MODE
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The REPEAT operations can also be done in the stop mode.
The player will start playing from Track 1 of the currently
selected disc after HI PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed.
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The REPEAT operations can be done from the pausing
point. The playerwill start playing again afterMI PLAY/
PAUSE button is pressed.
COMPACT DISC PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK
A program of up to 32 tracks from all the available discs in the disc tray can be played in a preset order.
2. Press the DISC SKIP button to select the desired disc
(the disc symbol moves).
1. Press the MEMORY/QCLOCK button (in stop mode).
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track in memory.
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6. To start playback, press the HI PLAY/PAUSE button.
5. To add additional tracks,
Repeat steps 2 to 4.
NOTES:1. The same track can be selected more than once in the same program.
2. With program on, the m/»H SKIP buttons function can only be used for the selected tracks.
3. With program on, repeat play cannot be done for ALL DISCS.
TO CHECKTHE PROGRAM
After setting the program, press the MEMORY/QCLOCK button repeatedly to check the order. This will not work when
the disc is playing.
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STOPPING AND CANCELLING PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK
To stop programmed play for a moment:
• Press the Ml PLAY/PAUSE button and " II" will be displayed.
Press this button again to resume playing.
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To add additional tracks during program playback:
• Press the • STOP button once, press the MEMORY/©CLOCK button until the track indication is"--" and then repeat
steps 2 to 4 (see page E15).
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To erase the whole program:
• Press the • STOP until the word "MEMORY"
disappears from the display. The display will then
show the information of the current disc.
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By pressing the FUNCTION button to select other functions.
Open the disc tray by pressing the OPEN/CLOSE button.
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TAPE PLAYBACK
Usable tapes - use only normal (type I) tapes for playback.
You can playback only the front sides of the tapes in Decks A and B.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to
TAPE.
2. Press the STOP/EJECT button
and load a cassette into the cassette compartment of Deck A or
Deck B.
TO STOP PLAYBACK
Press the STOP/EJECT button.
3. Press the PLAY button to begin playback.
WHEN THE TAPE REACHES ITS END
During fast wind or regular play, the tape will stop
automatically when its end is reached.
TO INTERRUPT PLAYBACK
Press the PAUSE button.
To resume play, press the PAUSE button again.
WHEN BOTH DECK A AND DECK B A R E IN THE
PLAYBACK MODE
Deck B will playback no sound will come from deck A.
TO FAST WIND
Press the REWIND or F.FWD button. Press the STOP/
EJECT button to stop winding at the desired position.
CONTINUOUS PLAYBACK — FROM DECK B TO DECK A
1. Press the FU NOTION button to TAPE.
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first
3. Press the PLAY button.
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4. Press the PAUSE button.
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5. Press the PLAY button.
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As soon as the tape in deck B reaches its end and stop, the pause mode for deck A is released and playback starts
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TAPE CARE TIPS
Preventing accidental erasure
1. Cassette tapes have two erase-protection tabs - one for
each side. To protect a recording from being accidentally
recorded over or erased, use a screwdriver to remove
one or both of the cassette tape's erase-protection tabs.
2. If you want to record on a tape side after you have
removed the erase protection
tab, place a piece of strong plastic tape over that side's eraseprotection hole.
NOTES:
1) Be sure you cover only the hole
originally covered by the
erase-protection tab.
2) Removing the erase-protection tabs does not prevent
a bulk eraser from erasing a cassette tape.
DUBBING -— FROM DECK B TO DECK A
Use only normal (type 1) tapes for recording and playback.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to
TAPE.
2. Insert the recorded tape into Deck B
and the blank tape into Deck A.
Tape to be recorded Tape to be played
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4. Press the PAUSE button.
5. Press the RECORD button which
also engages the PLAY button.
3. Set the MODE selector according
to the desired dubbing speed:
NORMAL or HIGH.
NORM - DUBBING - HIGH
FM STEREO FM MONO
6. Press the PLAY button.
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TO STOP DUBBING
Press the STOP/EJECT buttons of Deck A and Deck B.
NOTE: Do not change the dubbing speed when dubbing
is in progress.
RECORDING — DECK A ONLY
Use only normal (type I) tapes for recording.
RECORDING FROM THE BUILT-IN TUNER
1. Press the FUNCTION button
to TUNER and tune into a desired station, (see page E10)
2. Insert a tape into the cassette compartment.
This side
you want
to record
3. Press the RECORD button
which also engages the
PLAY button.
• If whistle is heard (beat) it may be reduced by switching the "Beat Cut" to the other position.
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RECORDING — DECK A ONLY
RECORDING FROM THE CD PLAYER
2. Insert a tape into the
cassette compartment.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to CD.
This side
you want
to record
3. Press the RECORD button
which also engage the
PLAY burton.
4. Press the Ml play/pause
button of the CD player.
TO STOP RECORDING
Press the STOP/EJECT button of Deck A.
TO INTERRUPT RECORDING
Press the PAUSE button of Deck A.
To resume recording, press the PAUSE button again.
TO ERASE A RECORDEDTAPE
1. Press the FUNCTION button to TAPE.
2 Insert a tape with the side you want to erase facing
you.
3. Press the RECORD button to start erasing.
REMOTE CONTROL
X-BASS button
MEMORY button
TUNING(^/^)/RANDOM/REPEAT buttons
FUNCTION button
SLEEP button
SKIP/PRESET/MIN / HOUR buttons
STOP button
PLAY/PAUSE button
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13)
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15)
16)
POWER button
DISC SKIP button
VOLUME UP/DOWN button
OPEN/CLOSE button
TIMER button
BAND button
MUTE button
STEREO WIDE button
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL CORRECTLY
•Point the Remote Control at the REMOTE SENSOR located on the unit.
•When there is a strong ambient light source, the performance of the infrared REMOTE
SENSOR may be degraded, causing unreliable operation.
• The recommended effective distance for remote operation is about 6 meters (19 feet).
NOTE:
If there is no sound from all the speakers, the MUTE function might have been
activated. To disable the MUTE function, press the MUTE button on the unit and
remote handset.
TO INSTALL BATTERIES
1. Open the battery door.
Insert two R03 (AAA or UM-4)
size batteries.
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When batteries become weak, the operating distance
of the Remote Control is greatly reduced and you will
need to replace the batteries.
NOTE:
If the Remote Control is not going to be used for a
long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage
caused by battery leakage corrosion.
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING CD
If the CD skips or will not play, the disc may need cleaning.
Before playing, wipe the disc from the centre out with a cleaning
cloth. After playing, store the disc in its case.
CLEANING THE TAPE HEADS
To maintain optimum sound quality, clean the playback/record heads
(a) , erase head (b), pinch roller (c) , and capstans (d) regularly (
every 10 hours of use). Use a cotton swab lightly moistened with
cleaning fluid or denatured alcohol.
CLEANING THE UNIT
Do not use volatile chemicals on this unit. Clean by
lightly wiping with a soft cloth.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Before transporting the unit, take out all discs from the CD tray.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
CAUSE (AND REMEDY)
SYMPTOM
GENERAL
No sound.
No sound from one channel or unbalanced left and
right volume.
Reversed left and right sound.
Lack of bass sound or apparently imprecise physical
location of musical instruments.
Severe hum or noise.
RADIO RECEPTION
The FM STEREO indicator flashes.
Severe hum or noise.
The stereo FM program cannot be received in stereo.
CD PLAYER OPERATION
CD door does not close due to power off or other
functions are selected without closing it first.
Play does not start.
Distorted playback or sound loss during CD playback.
CASSETTE DECK OPERATION
Recording cannot be made.
Recording or playback cannot be made or there is a
decrease in sound level.
Excessive wow or flutter, or sound dropout.
Press the VOLUME UP button.
The headphones are connected. Disconnect them.
The MUTE function might have been activated.To disable the
MUTE function, press the MUTE key on the remote handset or
reset the unit by pressing the Power/Standby switch.
Suddenly OFF when playing, the TIMER OFF function are
activted. Press the STOP button until the TIMER OFF indicator
show on the display.
• Check the speaker connections of the inoperative channel.
• Check the speaker cord connection and speaker location.
• Check that the speakers are connected the correct way
round.
• The TV or VCR is too close to the stereo system. Separate the
stereo system from the TV or VCR.
• Adjust the antenna wire.
• Set the MODE switch to FM MONO, the FM STEREO light will
go out.
• Press the FUNCTION button to select CD mode and press the
DISC SKIP button. The door will close.
The disc's are not placed correctly.
Dirty disc.
The disc is inserted upside down.
The player is in the pause mode.
Moisture condensation
CD disc is dirty or scratched.
No cassette in the cassette holder.
The tab is removed from the cassette.
The tape is wound completely.
Dirty head.
Magnetic build-up on the record/playback head.
Contamination of the capstans or pinch rollers.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TUNER SECTION
Frequency range
Antenna
FM 87.5 - 108 MHz
AM 530 - 1710 kHz 10kHz
(U.S.A. & Canada)
External 75 ohm automotive type antenna
AMPLIFIER SECTION
Intermediate distortion
Output power
Frequency Response
Power consumption
10% at 1kHz.
Main 10W x 2 (10% THD),
80Hz to 16kHz, ±3dB
12/16 Volts DC
COMPACT DISC PLAYER SECTION
Channels
S/N ratio
Wow & Flutter
Sampling frequency
Quantization
Pick up light source
Pick up wave length
2 channels
60dB
undetectable
44.1 kHz
1 bit linear/ch
Semiconductor laser
790nm
CASSETTE SECTION
Track format
Frequency response
Signal to noise ratio
Wow and flutter
Tape speed
Rewind time
Fast forward time
Recording system
Erasing system
Motor
Heads
COMMON SECTION
Unit
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Weight
4 tracks, 2 channels
Normal tape: 80 - 10,000 Hz
40 dB (Normal tape)
0.35% (WRMS)
4.8cm/sec.
120 sec (C-60)
120 sec (C-60)
AC bias
Magnet erase
DC motor x 1
Record/playback head x 1 (Deck A)
Erasure head x 1 (Deck A)
Playback head x 1 (Deck B)
288mm x 373mm x 323mm
6.44 kgs
Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without advance notice due to continuous product improvement.
PRINTED IN CHINA
811-277291-072
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