Aiwa CX-NA22 Operating instructions

Aiwa CX-NA22 Operating instructions
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PRECAUTIONS
Read the Operating Instructions carefully and completely before
operating the unit. Be sure to keep the Operating Instructions
for future reference. All warnings and cautions in the Operating
Instructions and on the unit should be strictly followed, as well
as the safety suggestions below.
Installation
1 Water and moisture — Do not use this unit near water, such
as near a bathtub, washbowl, swimming pool, or the like.
2 Heat — Do not use this unit near sources of heat, including
heating vents, stoves, or other appliances that generate heat,
It also should not be placed in temperatures less than 5°C
(41 “F) or greater than 35°C (95”F).
3 Mounting surface — Place the unit on a flat, even surface.
4 Ventilation — The unit should be situated with adequate
space around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured.
Allow 10 cm (4 in.) clearance from the rear and the top of the
unit, and 5 cm (2 in.) from each side,
- Do not place the unit on a bed, rug, or similar surface that
may block the ventilation openings.
- Do not install the unit in a bookcase, cabinet, or airtight rack
where ventilation may be impeded.
5 Objects and liquid entry — Take care that objects or liquids
do not get inside the unit through the ventilation openings.
6 Carts and stands — When
placed or mounted on a stand
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or cart, the unit should be moved
with care.
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Quick stops, excessive force,
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and uneven surfaces may cause
the unit or cart to overturn or fall,
7 Condensation — Moisture may form on the CD pickup lens
when:
- The unit is moved from a cold spot to a warm spot
- The heating system has just been turned on
- The unit is used in a very humid room
- The unit is cooled by an air conditioner
When this unit has condensation inside, it may not function
normally. Should this occur, leave the unit for a few hours,
then try to operate again.
8 Wall or ceiling mounting —The unit should not be mounted
on a wall or ceiling, unless specified in the Operating
Instructions.
“CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.”
Electric Power
1 Power sources — Connect this unit only to power sources
specified in the Operating Instructions, and as marked on the
unit.
2 Polarization — As a safety feature, some units are equipped
with polarized AC power plugs which can only be inserted
one way into a power outlet. If it is difficult or impossible to
insert the AC power plug into an outlet, turn the plug over and
try again. If it still does not easily insert into the outlet, please
call a qualified service technician to service or replace the
outlet. To avoid defeating the safety feature of the polarized
plug, do not force it into a power outlet.
3 AC power cord
- When disconnecting the AC power cord, pull it out by the
AC power plug. Do not pull the cord itself.
- Never handle the AC power plug with wet hands, as this
could result in fire or shock.
- Power cords should be firmly secured to avoid being severely
bent, pinched, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to
the cord from the unit to the power socket.
- Avoid overloading AC power plugs and extension cords
beyond their capacity, as this could result in fire or shock.
Owner’s record
For your convenience, record the model number and serial
number (you will find them on the rear of your set) in the space
provided below. Please refer to them when you contact your
Aiwa dealer in case of difficulty.
Model No,
Serial No. (Lot No.)
CX-NA22
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Extension cord — To help prevent electric shock, do not
use a polarized AC power plug with an extension cord,
receptacle, or other outlet unless the polarized plug can be
completely inserted to prevent exposure of the blades of the
plug.
5 When not in use — Unplug the AC power cord from the AC
power plug if the unit will not be used for several months or
more. When the cord is plugged in, a small amount of current
continues to flow to the unit, even when the power is turned
off .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Damage Reauirina Service
Have the units serviced by a qualified service technician if:
- The AC power cord or plug has been damaged
- Foreign objects or liquid have gotten inside the unit
- The unit has been exposed to rain or water
- The unit does not seem to operate normally
- The unit exhibits a marked change in performance
- The unit has been dropped, or the cabinet has been damaged
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE UNIT YOURSELF.
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PREPARATIONS
CONNECTIONS ..........m...................................................... 3
REMOTE CONTROL ...........................................................4
BEFORE OPERATION ........................................................5
AUDIO ADJUSTMENTS .................................................... 5
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER ......................................................6
RADIO RECEPTION
MANuALTuNING
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PRESETTING STATIONS .....................................................7
TAPE PLAYBACK
BASIC OPERATIONS
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CD PLAYING
BASIC OPERATIONS ........................................................ 9
PROGRAMMED PLAY ..................................................... 10
RECORDING
BASIC RECORDING ......................................................... 11
DUBBING A TAPE MANUALLY ...................’................... 12
DUBBING THE WHOLE TAPIE ........................................ 12
Al EDIT RECORDING ...................................................... 13
PROGRAMMED EDIT RECORDING ............................... 14
CLOCK AND TIMER
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SETTING THE CLOCK .................................................... 15
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMEFl ......................................... 15
SETTING THE TIMER ...................................................... 16
OTHER CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ....................... 17
LISTENING TO EXTERNAL SOURCES ......................... 17
GENERAL
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ........................................... 18
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE. ........................................ 18
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................ 19
PARTS INDEX ................................................... Back cover
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CONNECTIONS
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the right and left speakers to the main
unit.
Connect the right speaker cord to the SPEAKERS R terminals,
and left to the SPEAKERS L terminals.
There are no differences between the front speakers. Both
speakers can be connected as L (left) or R (right).
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CX-NA22 Compact disc stereo cassette reciever
SX-NA22 Front speakers
Remote control
AM antenna
The speaker cord with the white stripe should be connected’
‘to the 63 terminal and the black cord to the 0 terminal.
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the AC cord
The rated voltage of your unit shown on the rear panel is
120 V AC. Check that the rated voltage matches yqur local
voltage.
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Connect the speakers, antennas, and all optional equipment first.
Then connect the AC cord in the end.
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AM antenna
to the AM
3 Connect the AC cord to an AC outlet.
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LOOP terminal.
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When the AC cord is connected, the all characters may light up
on the display. In this case, disconnect the AC cord. Then, connect
it again.
Do not connect the FM antenna to the outdoor antenna terminal
on the wall, as this could result in shock.
FM antenna
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To position the antennas
FM antenna:
Extend fully and fix its end to the wall.
AM antenna:
Position to find the best reception.
Inserting batteries
Detach the battery cover on the rear of the remote control and
insert two R6 (size AA) batteries.
To stand the AM antenna on a surface
Fix the claw to the slot.
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R6(AA)
When to replace the batteries
The maximum operational distance between the remote control
and the sensor on the main unit should be approximately 5 meters
(16 feet). When this distance decreases, replace the batteries
with new ones.
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Be sure to connect the speaker cords correctly. Improper
connections can cause short circuits in the SPEAKERS
terminals.
. Do not leave objects generating magnetism near the speakers.
● Do not bring the
FM antenna near metal objects or curtain
rails.
. Do not bring the AM antenna near other optional equipment,
the stereo system itself, the AC cord or speaker cords, since
noise will be picked up.
● Do not unwind the AM antenna wire.
To use the SHIFT button on the remote control
Buttons @)have two different functions. One of these functions
is indicated on the button, and the other on the plate above the
button.
To use the function on the button, simply press the button.
To use the function on the plate above the button, press the
button while pressing the SHIFT button,
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To use the FUNCTION button on the remote control
The FUNCTION button substitutes for the function buttons (TAPE/
DECK 1/2, TUNER, VIDEO/AUX,CD) on the main unit.
Each time the FUNCTION button is pressed, the next function is
selected cyclically. When tapes are inserted in both decks, both
decks are selected with the FUNCTION button.
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If the unit is not going to be used for an extended period of
time, remove the batteries to prevent possible electroly~e
leakage.
The remote control may not operate correctly when:
- The line of sight between the remote control and the remote
sensor inside the display window is exposed to intense light,
such as direct sunlight
- Other remote controls are used nearby (those of a television,
etc.)
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AUDIO ADJUSTMENTS
BEFORE OPERATION
CD
T-BASS
SHIFT
VOLUME
VOLUME
PHONES
T-BASS
To turn the unit on
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Press one of the function buttons (TAPE, TUNER, VIDEO/AIJK
CD).
Playback of the inserted disc or tape begins, or the previously
tuned station is received (Direct Play Function).
The POWER button is also available.
When the unit is turned on, the disc compartment may open and
close to reset the unit.
DEMO (Demonstration)
mode
When the ‘AC cord is connected,
the display window
demonstrates the functions of the unit. When the power is turned
on, the DEMO display is overridden by the operation display.
When the power is turned off, the DEMO mode is restored.
To cancel DEMO mode
Press the II SET button while the power is off. The clock
flashes on the display. (To set the current time, see “SETTING
THE CLOCK on page 15.) To re-activate DEMO mode, press
the - button while the power is off.
Flash window
The window on the top of the unit lights up or flashes while the
unit is being powered on.
To turn off the light of the top window, press the CD button while
pressing the ■ button. To turn back on, repeat the above.
To turn the unit off
Press the POWER button.
VOLUME
Turn the VOLUME control on the main unit, or press the
VOLUME buttons on the remote control.
The volume level is displayed as a number from O to MAX (31).
The volu~e level is automatically set to 16 when the power is
turned off with the volume level set to 17 or more.
SUPER T-BASS SYST,EM
The T-BASS system enhances the realism of low-frequency
sound.
Press the T-BASS button.,
Each time it is pressed, the level changes. Select one of the
three levels, or the off position to suit your preference.
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To select with the remote centrol
press the T-BASS button while pressing the SHIFT button.
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Low frequency sound may be distorted when the T-BASS system
is used for a disc or tape in which low frequency sound is
originally emphasized. In this case, cancel the T-BASS system.
Using the headphones
Connect headphones to-the PHONES jack with a standard stereo
plug (06.3 mm, ‘/4 inch).
No sound is output from the speakers while the headphones are
plugged in.
Sound adjustment during recording
The output volume and tone of the speakers or headphones may
be freely varied without affecting the level of the recording.
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MANUAL TUNING
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
MONO
TUNER
BAND
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This unit provides the following three different equalization curves.
ROCK: Powerful sound emphasizing treble and bass
POP: More presence in the vocals and midrange
JAZZ: Accented lower frequencies for jazz-type music.
1 Press the TUNER/BAND
select the desired band.
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Press one of the GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
buttons.
When the TUNER/BAND button is pressed while the power
is off, the power is turned on directly.
To select a band with the remote control
Press the BAND button while pressing the SHIFT button.
2 Press the 4+
To cancel the selected mode
Press the selected button again. ‘(EQ oFF” is displayed.
To select with the remote control
Press the GEQ button repeatedly while pressing the SHIFT
button. The GEQ mode is displayed cyclically as follows.
ROCK —
POP —
JAZZ —
DOWN or >
UP button to select
a station.
Each time the button is pressed, the frequency changes.
When a station i$ received, “TUNE is displayed for 2 seconds.
During FM stereo reception, (1[~1}] is displayed.
EQoFF
(cancel)
To search for a station quickly (Auto Search)
Keep the 44 DOWN or UP button pressed until the tuner
starts searching for a station. After tuning in to a station, the
search stops.
To stop the Auto Search manually, press the 4
DOWN or _
UP button.
● The Auto
Search may not stop at stations with very weak
signals.
When an FM stereo broadcast contains noise
Press the MONO TUNER button while pressing the SHIFT button
on the remote control so that “AU”TO disappears on the display.
Noise is reduced, although reception is monaural.
To restore stereo reception, press these buttons so that “AUTO”
appears.
To change the AM tuning inte!rval
The default setting of the AM tuning interval is 10 kHz/step. If
you use this unit in an area where the fr6quency allocation system
is 9 kHz/step, change the tuning interval.
Press the POWER button while pressing the TUNER/BAND
button.
To reset the interval, repeat this procedure.
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When the AM tuning interval is clhanged, all preset stations are
cleared. The preset stations have to be set again.
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PRESETTING’STATIONS
PRESET NUMBER TUNING
Use the remote control to select the preset number directly.
1 Press the BAND button while pressing the SHIFT
button to select a band.
2 Press the numbered
number.
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buttons to select a preset
Example:
To select,preset number 20, press the +1O,+1Oand Obuttons.
To select preset number 15, press the +10 and 5 buttons.
Selecting a preset number on the main unit
Press the TUNER/BAND button to select a band. Then, press
the P PRESET button repeatedly.
Each time the button is pressed, the next ascending number is
selected.
The unit can store a total of 32 preset stations. (Each, band has
a maximum of 20 available preset stations.) When a station is
stored, a preset number is assigned to the station. Use the preset
number to tune in to a preset station directly.
1 Press the TUNEFUBAND button to select a band,
and press the +
DOWN or UP button to
select a station.
2 Press the 1I SET button to store the station.
A preset number beginning from 1 in consecutive order for
each band is assigned to the station.
Frequency
Preset number
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3 Repeat steps 1 and 2.
The next station will not be stored if a total of 32 preset stations
for all the bands or a total of 20 preset stations for one band
have already been stored.
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To clear a preset station
Select the preset number of the station to be cleared. Then, press
the ■ CLEAR button, and press the II SET button within 4
seconds.
The preset numbers of all other stations in the band with higher
numbers are also decreased by one.
BASIC OPERATIONS
About cassette tapes
To prevent accidental erasure, break off the plastic tabs
on the cassette tape after recording with a screwdriver or
other pointed tool.
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Use Type I (normal) tapes only.
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To record on the tape again, cover the tab openings with
adhesive tape, etc.
120-minute or longer tapes are extremely thin and easily
deformed or damaged. They are not recommended.
Take up any slack in the tape with a pencil or similar tool
before use. Slack tape may break or jam in the mechanism.
1 Press the TAPE button and press the A EJECT
mark to open the cassette holder.
A EJECT
Insert a tape with the exposed side down. Push the cassette
holder to close.
2 Press the -
button to start play.
Only the side facing out from the unit can be played back.
tape counter
The selected deck number
To select a playing deck
When tapes are loaded in both decks, press the TAPE button
first to select a deck.
The selected deck number is displayed.
To stop play, press the ■ button.
To pause play (deck 2 only), press the II button. To resume
play, press again.
To fast forward or rewind, press the +
or button. Then
press the ■ button to stop the tape.
To start play when the power is off (Direct Play Function)
Press the TAPE button. The power is turned on and play of the
inserted tape begins.
To set the tape counter to 0000
Press the ■ CLEAR button in stop mode.
The counter is also set to 0000 when the cassette holder is
opened.
When tapes are loaded in both decks After playback on deck 1 finishes, the tape in the deck 2 will
start to play without interruption and will stop at the end of the
tape. (Continuous play)
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BASIC OPERATIONS
To play one disc only, press one of the DISC DIRECT
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PLAY buttons.
The selected disc is played once.
DISC CHANGE —>
DISC DIRECT PLAY “
To stop play, press the ■ button.
To pause play, press the 11 button. To resume play, press again.
To search for a particular point during playback, keep the
+
or ~
button pressed and release the button at the desired
point.
To skip to the beginning of a ‘track during playback, press
the +
or >
button repeatedly.
To remove discs, press the A OPEN/CLOSE button.
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To start play when the power is off (Direct Play Function)
Press the CD button. The power is turned on and play of the
loaded disc(s) begins.
When the A, OPEN/CLOSE button is pressed, the power is also
turned on.
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To check the remaining time
During play, press the EDIT/CHECK button on the remote control
while pressing the SHIFT botton. The amount of time remaining
until all tracks finish playing is displayed. To restore the playing
time display, repeat the above.
LOADING DISCS
Press the CD button, then press the = OPEN/
CLOSE button to open the disc compartment. Load
disc(s) with the label side up.
To play one or two discs, place the discs on tray 1 and 2.
To play three discs, press the DISC CHANGE button to rotate
the trays after placing two discs. Place the third disc on tray 3.
Close the disc compartment by pressing the A OPEN/CLOSE
button.
Tray 1
CHANGE
Total playing time
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Selecting a track with the remote control
1 Press one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons to select a disc.
2 Press the numbered buttons and the +1O button to select a
track.
Example:
To select the 25th track, press the +1O, +1O and 5 buttons.
To select the 10th track, press the +1O and O buttons.
The selected track starts to play and continues to the end of
that disc.
Replacing discs during play
W~le one disc is playing, ;he other discs can be replaced without
interrupting play.
1 Press the DISC CHANGE button.
2 Remove the discs and replace with other discs.
3 Press the A OPEN/CLOSE
button to close the disc
compartment.
Tray number of the
disc to be played
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When loading an 8-cm (3-inch) disc, put it onto the inner circle
of the tray.
● Do not place more than one compact disc on one disc tray.
● Do not tilt the unit with discs
loaded. Doing so may cause
. malfunctions.
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Total number of tracks
PLAYING DISCS
Load discs.
To play all discs
- button.
in the disc compartment,
Play begins with the disc on tray 1.
Elapsed playing time
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RANDOM /REPEAT PLAY
Use the remote control.
RANDOM play
All the tracks on the selected disc or on all the discs can be
played randomly.
3 Press the numbered buttons and the +10 button
to program a track.
Example:
To select the 25th track, press the +1O, +1O and 5 buttons.
To select the 10th track, press the +1O and O buttons.
Program number
Total playing time of
the selected tracks
REPEAT play
A single disc or all the discs can be played repeatedly.
Press the RANDOM/REPEAT
button while pressing the
SHIFT button.
Each time it is pressed, the function can be selected cyclically.
RANDOM play — RANDOM lights upon the display.
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lights upon the display.
RANDOM/REPEAT play- RANDOM and = light up on the
display.
Cancel — RANDOM and =) go out from the display.
To play all discs, press the E button to start play.
To play a single disc, press one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY
buttons to start play.
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During random play following operations are not possible:
-to select the tracks directly with the numbered buttons.
-to skip to the previously played track with the button.
Selected track number
Total number of
selected tracks
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to program other tracks.
5 Press the M button to start play.
To check the program
Each time the +
or button is pressed in stop mode, a
disc number, track number, and program number will be
displayed.
To, clear the program
Press the ■ CLEAR button in stc]p mode.
To add tracks to the program
Repeat steps 2 and 3 in stop mode. The track will be programmed
after the last track.
To change the programmed tracks
Clear the program and repeat all the steps again.
PROGRAMMED
PLAY
Up to 30 tracks can be programmed from any of the inserted
discs.
To play the programmed tracks repeatedly
After programming the tracks, press the RANDOM/REPEAT
button repeatedly until = appears on the display.
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During programmed play, you cannot perform random play,
checking the remaining time and selecting a disc or track.
Use the remote control.
7 Press the PRGM button while pressing the SHIFT
button in stop mode.
The PGM is displayed .
2 Press one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons to
select a disc.
The selected disc is indicated in red on the display.
Go to the next step when the tray stops rotating.
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BASIC RECORDING
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This section explains how to record from the tuner, CD player, or
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Preparation
Use Type I (normal) tapes only.
● Set the tape to the point where recording will start.
● Note that recording is done only one side of the tape.
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1 Insert the tape to be recorded on into deck 2.
Insertthe tape with the side to be recordedon first facing
out from the unit.
2 Press one of the function buttons and prepare
the source to be recorded.
To record from a CD, press the CD button and load the
disc(s).
To record from a radio broadcast, press the TUNER button
and tune in to a station.
To record from a connected source, press the VI DEO/AUX
button and play.
● REC button to start recording.
When the selected function is CD, playback and recording
start simultaneously.
3 Press the
To stop recording, press the ■ button.
To pause recording, press the II button. (Applicable when the
source is TUNER or VIDEO/AUX) To resume recording, press it
again.
To erase a recording
1 Insert the tape to be erased into deck 2 and press the TAPE/
DECK 1/2 button to display “TAPE 2.
2 Set the tape to the point where the erasure is to be started.
3 Press the ● REC button to start the erasure.
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DUBBING THE WHIOLE TAPE
DUBBING A TAPE MANUALLY
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This function allows you to make exact copies of the original
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Set the tape to the point where recording will start.
Note that recording will be done on one side of the tape only.
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1 Press the TAPE button.
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2 Insert the original tape into deck 1 and the tape
to be recorded on into deck 2.
Insert the tapes with the sides to be played back or recorded
on facing out from the unit.
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1/2
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to
deck 1.
“TAPE 1” is displayed.
the ● REC button to start recording.
Playing and recording start simultaneously.
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Dubbing does not start from a point halfway in the tape.
Note that recording will be done on one side of the tape only.
Press the TAPE button.
Insert the original tape into deck 1 and the tape
to be recorded on into deck 2.
Insert each tape with the side to be played back or recorded
on facing out from the unit.
Press
the SYNC
DUB button to start recording.
4 Press
To stop dubbing
Press the ■ button,
The tapes are rewound to the beginning of the front sides,
and recording starts.
To stop dubbing
Press the ■ button.
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6 Press the ● REC button to start recording
the first side.
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The tape is rewound to the beginning of the first side, the
lead segment is played through for 10 seconds, and recording
starts. When the last track programmed for side A is finished,
deck 2 enters the recording stop mode. After entering the
recording stop mode, go to step 7.
7 Press the EDIT/CHECK
button while pressing the
SHIFT button on the remote control to display
the program’ for the second recording.
B is displayed.
8 Turn over the tape in deck 2 and press the ●
REC button to start recording on the second side.
To stop recording
Press the ■ button. Recording and CD play stop simultaneously.
The Al edit function enables CD recording without worrying about
tape length and track length. When a CD is inserted, the unit
automatically calculates the total track length. If necessary, the
order of tracks is rearranged so that no track is cut short.
(Al: Artificial Intelligence)
To clear the edit program
Press the ■ CLEAR button twice so that red line surrounding
“Al EDIT disappears on the display.
To check the order of the
Before recording, press the
SHIFT button on the remote
press the << or button
Al edit recording will not start from a point halfway into the tape.
The tape must be recorded from the beginning of either side.
programmed track numbers
EDIT/CHECK while pressing the
control to select side A or B, and
repeatedly.
Program number
1 Insert the tape into deck 2.
Insert the tape with the side to be recorded on first facing out
from the unit.
Programmed
track numbers
2 Press the CD button and load the disc(s).,
3 Press the EDIT/CHECK
button once while
pressing the SHIFT button on the remote control.
Track number
To add tracks from other discs to the edit program
If there is any time remaining on the tape after step 5, you can
add tracks from other discs in the CD compartment .
1 Press the EDIT/CHECK button while pressing the SHIFT
button on the remote control to select side A or B.
2 Press one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons to select a disc.
3 Press the numbered buttons on the remote control to select
tracks.
A track whose playing time is longer than the remaining time
cannot be programmed.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add more tracks.
“Al EDIT” is surrounded by red and Al is displayed.
Each time it is pressed, the display changes as follows.
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4 Press one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons to
select a disc.
5 Press the numbered buttons oti the remote
control to designate the tape length.
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10 to 99 minutes can be specified,
Example When using a 60-minute tape, press the 6 and O
buttons.
In a few seconds, the microcomputer programes the tracks
to be recorded on each side of the tape.
● The 44
and buttons are also available to designate
the tape length.
Remaining time of Programmed
recording
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tracks for side A
Tape length
\
programmed tracks
Tape side
A: First recording side
B: Second recording side
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Time on cassette tapes and editing time
The actual cassette recording time is usually a little longer than
the specified recording time printed on the label. This unit can
program tracks to use the extra time. When the total recording
time is a little longer than the tape’s specified recording time
after editing, the display shows the extra time (without a minus
mark), instead of the time remaining on the tape (with the minus
mark).
m
The Al edit function cannot be used with discs containing 31
tracks or more.
PROGRAMMED
EDIT RECORDING
6
3,7,8,97
5
4,5
2
Repeat step 5 for the rest of the tracks for side A.
A track whose playing time is longer than the remaining time
cannot-be programmed.
Press the EDIT/CHECK button while pressing the
SHIFT button on the remote control to select side
B and program the tracks for side B.
After confirming B on the display, repeat step 5.
3,7,8,9
8,1;
*,W
Tape side B (reverse side)
8
1,10
CD play and recording of edited tracks for the first side start
simultaneously. When the last truck programmed for side A,
deck 2 enters the recording stop mode. After entering the
recording stop mode, go to step 9.
Programmed edit function enables CD recording while checking
the remaining time on each side of the tape as the tracks are
programmed.
9
The programmed edit recording will not start from a point halfway
in the tape. The tape must be recorded from the beginning of
either side.
Press the EDIT/CHECK button while pressing the
SHIFT button to select side A and press the ●
REC button to start recording.
Press the EDIT/C14ECK while pressing the SHIFT
button on the remote control for recording of
the second side.
B is displayed.
10 Turn over the tape in dleck 2 and press the
1 Insert the tape into deck 2.
●
REC button to start recording.
Insert the tape with the side to be recorded on first facing out
from the unit.
2 Press the CD button and load the disc(s).
button twice while
3 Press the EDIT/CHECK
pressing the SHIFT button on the remote control.
“AI EDIT” is surrounded by red and PRGM is displayed.
4 Press the numbered buttons on the remote
control to designate the tape length.
Recording starts.
To stop recording
Press the ■ button. Recording and CD play stop simultaneously.
To check the order of the programmed track numbers
Before recording, press the EDIT/CHECK button while pressing
the SHIFT button on the remote control to select side A or B, and
press the 44 or ➤- button repeatedly.
Program
number
10 to 99 minutes can be specified.
Disc
number
Programmed
numbers
track
Maximum recording
time for side A
Tape length
Tape side
Track number
Tape side A (front side)
.
5 Press the one of the DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons
to select a disc.
Then, press the numbered buttons and the + 10
button on the remote control to program a track.
Example: To select the 10th track of disc 2, press the DISC
DIRECT PLAY 2 button, then press the + 10 and O buttons.
Remaining
time of si~e A
To change the program of each side
Press the-EDIT/CHECK button while ~ressinq the SHIFT button
on the remote control to select side”A or BUand press the ❑
CLEAR button to clear the program of the selected side. Then
program tracks again.
To clear the edit program
Press the 1 button twice so that red line surrounding “Al EDIT”
disappears on the display.
Programmed tracks
0
Total number of
programmed tracks
SETTING THE CLOCK
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
1
~acica
2.
au
1 Press the CLOCK button while pressing the
SHIFT button on the remote control, and press
the 11SET button within 4 seconds.
2 Press the +
DOWN or UP button to
designate the hour, and press the II SET button.
The hour, stops flashing and the minute starts flashing.
3 Press the +
DOWN or UP button to
designate the minute, and press the II SET
button.
The unit can be turned off automatically at a specified time.
Use the remote control.
1 Press the SLEEP button while pressing the SHIFT
button.
2 Within 4 seconds, press the <
or button
to specify the time until the power is turned off.
Each time the button is pressed, the time changes between 5
and 240 minutes in 5-minute steps.
Specified time
The minute stops flashing on the display and the clock starts
from 00 seconds.
To display the current time
Press the CLOCK button while pressing the SHIFT button on
the remote control. The time is displayed for 4 seconds.
However, the time cannot be displayed during recording.
To switch to the 24-hour standard
Press the CLOCK button while pressing the SHIFT button on
the remote control and then press the ■ button within 4 seconds.
Repeat the same procedure to restore the 12-hour standard.
If the clock display flashes
This is caused by a power interruption. The current time needs
to be reset.
If power is interrupted for more than approximately 24 hours,
all settings stored in memory after purchase need to be reset.
To check the time remaining until the power is turned off
Press the SLEEP button once while ~ressinq the SHIFT button.
The remaining time is displayed for 4 secon&.
To cancel the sleeptimer
Press the SLEEP button twice while pressing the SHIFT button
so that “SLEEP on the display disappears.
.
4
SETTING THE TIMER
‘
1
2,4
1,2
.3
5
u
6
To listen to the ;adio, tune in to a station.
The unit can be turned on at a specified time every day ‘with the
built-in timer.
6 Press the POWER button to turn the unit off after
adjusting the volume and tone.
O remains on the display after the power is turned off (timer
standby mode).
Preparation
Make sure the clock is set correctly,
Use the remote control.
When the timer-on time is reached, the unit turns on and
begins play with the selected source.
The volume level is automatically set to 16 when the power is
turned off with the volume level set to 17 or more,
1 Press the TIMER button while pressing the SHIFT
button once to display 0, and press the 11 SET
button within 4 seconds.
O is displayed, and the hour flashes.
To check the specified time and source
Press the TIMER button while pressing the SHIFT button. The
timer-on time, the selected source name and the duration for
the timer-activated period are displayed for 4 seconds.
o
m’
If you press the 11 SET button after 4 seconds, another
operation may start.
2 Designate the hour of the timer-on time by
pressing the <
DOWN or _
UP button, and
press the 11 SET button. Repeat to designate the
minute of the timer-on time.
To cancel timer standby mode temporarily
Press the TIMER button repeatedly while pressing the SHIFT
button so that O disappears on the display.
To restore the timer standby mode, press again to display ~.
Using the unit while the tinner is set
You can use the unit normally after setting the timer.
Before turning off the power, carry out step 5 to prepare the
source, and adjust the volume and tone.
TIMER RECORDING
Timer recording is applicable for TUNER and VIDEO/AUX (with
an external timer) sources only.
After you designate the timer-on time, one of the source name
flashes on the display for 4 seconds.
3 Within 4 seconds, press the FUNCTION
repeatedly to select a source.
button
The selected source name flashes for 4 seconds.
● If this step is not completed
within 4 seconds, repeat from
step 1.
● If the TUNER button is pressed, the band cannot be selected
in this step.
Press the TIMER button repeatedly while pressing the SHIFT
button so that @ flashes on the display, and press the II
SET button within 4 seconds. Flepeat the steps shown above
from step 2 and insert the tape to be recorded into deck 2 after
step 5.
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●
●
Timer playback and timer recording will not begin unless the
power is turned off.
Connected equipment cannot be turned on and off by the builtin timer of this unit. Use an external timer.
ENGUS/-/
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❑
LISTENING TO EXTERNAL
SOURCES
OPTIONAL
:.
,
—CD DIGITAL OUT
k
(OPTICAL)
POWER
[=~
1
n
:,
— VIDEO/AUX
m
To play equipment connected to the VIDEO/AUX jacks proceed
as follows.
Refer to the operating instructions of the connected equipment
for details.
● The connecting
cords are not supplied. Obtain the necessary
connecting cords.
● Consult your local Aiwa dealer for optional equipment.
1 Press the VIDEO/AUX button.
VIDEO appears on the display.
2 Play the connected equipment.
VIDEO/AUX JACKS
[
~
To change a source name in the display
When the VIDEO/AUX button is pressed, VIDEO is displayed
initially. It can be changed to AUX or TV.
With the power on, press the POWER button while pressing the
VIDEO/AUX button.
Repeat the procedure to select one of the names.
This unit can input analog sound signals through these jacks.
Use a cable with RCA phono plugs to connect audio equipment
(turntables, LD players, MD players, VCRs, TV, etc.).
Connect the red plug to the R jack, and the white plug to the L
jack.
When connecting a turntable
Use an Aiwa turntable equipped with a built-in equalizer amplifier.
CD DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) JACK
This unit can output CD digital sound signals through this jack.
Use an optical cable to connect digital audio equipment (digital
amplifier, DAT deck, MD recorder, etc.).
Remove the dust cap a from the CD DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)
jack. Then, connect an optical cable plug to the CD DIGITAL
OUT (OPTICAL) jack.
●
.
,.
#
e%’=’-
When the CD DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)
used
Attach the supplied dust cap.
-
jack is not being
.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Occasional care and maintenance of the unit and the software
are needed to optimize the performance of your unit.
If the unit fails to perform as described
Instructions, check the following guide.
To clean the”cabinet
Use a soft and dry cloth.
If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly
moistened with mild detergent solution. Do not use strong
solvents, such as alcohol, benzine or thinner as these could
damage the finish of the unit.
GENERAL
.
There is no sound.
● Is the AC cord connected
properly?
● Is there a bad connection?
(-+ page 3)
● There may be a short circuit in the speaker terminals.
-+ Disconnect
the AC cord, then correct the speaker
connections.
● Was an incorrect function
button presse’d?
Sound is emitted from one speaker only.
● Is the other speaker disconnected?
An erroneous display or a malfunction occurs.
+ Reset the unit as stated below.
To clean the heads and tape paths
After every 10 hours of use, clean the heads and tape paths
with a head cleaning cassette or cotton swab moistened with
cleaning fluid or denatured alcohol. (These cleaning kits are
commercially available.)
When cleaning with a cotton swab, wipe the recording/playback
head (deck 2 only), erasure head (deck 2 only), capstans, and
pinchrollers.
;rasure head
Cotton swab
GUIDE
in these Operating
TUNER SECTION
There is constant, wave-like static.
● Is the antenna connected
properly? (+ page 3)
The reception contains noise Interferences or the sound
is distorted.
● Is the system picking up external noise or multipath distortion?
+ Change the orientation of the antenna.
+ Move the unit away from other electrical appliances.
‘
CASSETTE DECK SECTION
The tape does not run.
● Is deck 2 in pause mode? (+
page 8)
The sound is off-balance or not adequately high.
● Is the playback head dirty? (-+ page 18)
Recording is not possible.
● Is the erasure prevention tab on the tape broken off? (+
page
●
8)
Is the recording head dirty? (+ ~age 18)
Erasure is not possible.
Is the erasure head dirty? (+ page 18)
● Is a metal tape being used?
High frequency sound is not emitted.
● Is the recording/playback
head dirty? (+ page 18)
●
After cleaning the heads and tape paths with a liquid head
cleaning cassette or a moistened swab, wait until the cleaned
parts are completely dry before inserting the tapes.
To demagnetize the heads
The heads may become magnetized after long-term use. This
may narrow the output range of recorded tapes and increase
noise. After 20 to 30 hours use, demagnetize the heads with
any commercially available demagnetizer.
Care of discs
When a disc becomes dirty, wipe the disc from the center out
with a cleaning cloth.
CD PLAYER SECTION
The CD player does not play.
● Is the disc correctly inserted?
(-+ page 9)
● Is the disc dirty? (+
page 18)
● Is the lens affected by condensation?
+ Wait approximately one hour and try again.
●
●
After playing a disc, store the disc in its case. Do not leave the
disc in place~ that ar~ hot or humid.
Care of tapes
Store tapes in their cases after use.
● Do not leave tapes near magnets,
motors, television sets, or
any source of magnetism. This will downgrade the sound quality
and cause noise.
● Do not expose tapes to direct sunlight, or leave them in a car
parked in direct sunlight.
●
To reset
If an unusual condition occurs in the display window or the
cassette decks, reset the unit as follows.
1 Press me POWER button to turn on the power.
2 Press the POWER button to turn the power back on while
pressing the 9 CLEAR button. Everything stored in memory
after purchase is canceled.
If the power cannot be turned off in step 1 because of a malfunction,
reset by disconnecting the AC cord, and connect it again. Then
repeat step 2.
ENGLISH
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❑
Speaker system SX-NA22
SPECIFICATIONS
Cabinet type
Speakers
Main unit CX-NA22FM tuner section
Tuning range
Antenna
AM tuner section
Tuning range
Usable sensitivity
Antenna
Amplifier section
Power output
Total harmonic distortion
Inputs
outputs
Cassette deck section
Track format
Frequency response
Recording system
Heads
87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Wire antenna
530 kHz to 1710 kHz (10 kHz
step)
531 kHz to 1602 kHz (9 kHz step)
350 @//m
Loop antenna
20 W + 20 W (50 HZ – 20 kHz,
THD less than 1%, 6 ohms)
0.27. (10 W, 1 kHz, 6 ohms, DIN
AUDIO)
VIDEO/AUX: 400 mV
SPEAKERS: accept speakers of
6 ohms or more
PHONES (stereo jack): accepts
headphones of 32 ohms or more
Weight
Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without
notice.
COPYRIGHT
Please check the laws on copyright
relating
discs, radio or external tape for the country
is being used.
120 V AC, 60 HZ
53 w
260 x 308.3 x 350 mm
protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the
instructions,
may cause
harmful
interference
to radio
communications.
However,
there
is no guarantee
that
Interference
will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this
equipment
reception,
off and on,
by one or
does cause harmful interference to radio or television
which can be determined
by turning the equipment
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna,
- Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
(101/4
X i2’/,X 137/8in.)
4,8 kg (10 Ibs 9 OZ.)
CAUTION
Modifications
from
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
or adjustments
to this
product,
expressly approved ‘by the manufacturer,
right or authority to operate this product.
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to recordings
in which the machine
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
4 tracks, 2 channels stereo
50 Hz -10000 Hz
AC bias
Deck 1: Playback head x 1
Deck 2: Recording/playback
head x 1, erase head x 1
Compact disc player section
Semiconductor laser (h= 780 nm)
Laser
D-A converter
1 bit dual
Signal-to-noise ratio
85 dB (1 kHz, O dB)
Harmonic distortion
0.05 % (1 kHz, O dB)
Wow and flutter
Unmeasurable
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions of main unit
(W XHXD)
Weight of main unit
2 way, bass reflex (magnetic
shielded type)
Woofer
120 mm (4 3/4 in.) cone type
Tweete~
10 (13/32 h.) mm CWNTIk
type
6 ohms
87 dBIWlm
240 x 304 x 250 mm
(9 1/2x12x
9 7/sin,)
2.7 kg (5 Ibs 15 OZ.)
which
are not
may void the user’s
PRECAUCIONES
-
N.” de serie (N.Ode Iote)
INDICE
PRECAUCIONES .:............................................................. 1
PREPARATIVES
CONEXIONES .................................................................... 3
4
CONTROL REMOTO
ANTES DE LA OPERACION ............................................. 5
. . . . . . . . . . ..u
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SONIDO
AJUSTES DE AUDIO ......................................................... 5
ECUALIZADOR GRAFICO ................................................ 6
RECEPCION
DE LA RADIO
SINTON12ACION MANUAL ............................................... 6
PREAJUSTE DE EMISORAS ............................................ 7
REPRODUCTION
DE CINTAS
OPERAClONES BASICAS ................................................ 8
REPRODUCTION
DE DISCOS COMPACTOS
OPERAClONES BASICAS ................................................ 9
REPRODUCTION PROGRAMADA ................................ 10
GRABACION
GRABACION BASICA ..................................................... 11
COPIADO MANUAL DE UNA CINTA .............................. 12
COPIADO DE TODA LA CINTA ...................................... 12
GRABACION CON EDICION Al ...................................... 13
GRABACION CON E131CIONPROGRAMADA ............... 14
RELOJ Y TEMPORIZADOR
PUESTA EN HORA DEL RELOJ ..................................... 15
AJUSTE DEL TEMPORIZADOR PARA DORMIR ..........15
AJUSTE DEL TEMPORIZADOR ..................................... 16
OTRAS CONEXIONES
CONEXION DE UN EWIPO OPCIONAL ....................... 17
ESCUCHA DE FUENTES DE SOIWDO EXTERNAS ......17’
GENERALIDADES
CUIDADOS Y MANTENIMIENTO .................................... 18
GUIA PARA LA SOLUCION DE PROBLEMAS ..............18
ESPECIFICACIONES ...................................................... 19
INDICE DE LAS PARTES ........................ Cubierta
trasera
ESPAfiOL
2
❑
7 Conecte
Ios altavoces
derecho
e izquierdo
a la
#
~
de casete
y
Antena de FM
d
Altavoz izcwierdo
A
1
—-~
Altavoz derecho
IIE
3
ESPAfiOL
II
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y
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●
●
●
+ pagina 17.
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(3
SHIFT
-
PRESET
FUNCTION
‘u
●
●
ESPA~OL
4
ANTES IDE LA OPERACION
AJUSTES DE AUDIO
CD
T-BASS
SHIFT
POWER
VOLUME
III
Im
[
k+l >+2++3+-oFF
m
5
GRAFICO
SINTONIZACION
MANUAL
GEQ
MONO
TUNER
BAND
HIFT
SHIFT
‘u
—1
para
o FF
UP para
POP+
m
6
PREAJIJSTE DE EMISORAS
SINTONIZACION
PREAJUSTE
MEDIANTE
NUMERO DE
1
Numero de
preajuste
3 Repita h
pasos 1 y 2.
7
ESPAfiOL
OPERAClONES
●
Cara A
●
Utilice solamente cintas tipo I (normales)
●
❑
8
OPERACIONES
BASICAS
pulse uric) de
EDIT/CHECK
?
I
I
CD
II>
A OPEN/CLOSE
INTRODUCTION
DE DISCOS
disco(s)
con el Iado de la etiqueta
Bandeja 1
m
●
REIWODUCCION
DE DISCOS
Introduzca [OSdiscos.
REPRODUCTION ALEATORW
REPETITION DE REPRODUCTION
DISC DIRECT PLAY
m
REPRODUCTION
PROGRAMADA
1
1
3
+4,>
■
5
Utilice el control remoto.
otras
m
-
2
u
ESPAliOL
10
Is
como grabar
del
.S EJECT
.
E!$PAfiOL
I
COPIADO MANUAL DE UNA CINTA
#
t..._
,
COPIADO DE TODA LA CINTA
t!
1
m
●
●
m
●
1 Pulse el boton TAPE.
●
3 Pulse
SYNC
DUB
para
iniciar
la
12
GIRABACION CON EDICION Al
3,7
4
5
3,7
del disco
PRGM
DISC DIRECT PLAY
m
GRABACION CON EDICION
PROGRAMADA
6
11-
_
1,10 U_____
-u
“-:.
del disco.
Duration de la cinta
Numero de programa
Ntimero
de disco
1
que rodea a
ESPAfiOL
14
❑
PUESTA EN HORA DEL RELOJ
AJUSTE DEL TEIMPORIZADOR
PARA DORMIR
1
—
2
I
SHIFT.
2 Pulse
U
DOWN
o *
UP
para
.
15
ESPAfiOL
AJUSTE DEL TEMPORIZADOR
1
1,2
3
2,4
6
todos Ios
(modo
del
Utilice el control remoto.
m
pulse
para
GRABACION
CON TEMPORIZADOR
ESPAfiOL
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CONEXION DE UN EQUIPO
OPCIONAL
r
ESCUCHA DE FUENTES DE
SONIDO EXTERNAS
- CD DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL)
POWER
@[email protected]!g’’@ekQ
@’
‘
f,
@P
11~
@
Cuando no se utilice la toma CD DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)
Ponga la tapa contra el polvo.
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GUIA PARA LA
PROBLEMAS
SOLUCION
DE
SECCION DE LA PLATINA
Rodillo de pr~sion
\
r-————n”r——————
(+ p~gina
●
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16
ESPECIFICACIONES
‘r
19
ESPAtiOL
de AM
530 kHz a 1710 kHz (pasos de
10 kHz)
531 kHz a 1602 kHz (pasos de
9 kHz)
350 pV/m
Antena de cuadro
-
20 W + 20 W (50 tiz – 20 kHz,
de discos compactos
Laser de semiconductor
(k= 780 nm)
1 bit doble
85 dB (1 k~z, O dB)
(),05Y0 (1 ‘kHz, O dB)
Nose puede medir
120 V CA, 60 HZ
53 w
260 x 308,3 x 350 mm
4,8 kg
3
4
5
6
●
7
8
1 FRAN~AIS
I
N“ de serie (NOde lot)
I
TABLE DES MATIERES
PRECAUTIONS .................................................................. 1
PREPARATIONS
CONNEXIONS .................................................................... 3
TELECOMMANDE ............................................................. 4
AVANT L’UTILISATION ...................................................... 5
SON
REGLAGES AUDIO ............................................................5
EGALISEUR GRAPHIQUE ............................................... 6
RECEPTION
RADIO
ACCORD MANUEL ............................................................ 6
MEMORISATION DE STATIONS ...................................... 7
LECTURE DE CASSETTES
OPERATIONS DE BASE .................................................. 8
LECTURE DE DISQUES COMF)ACTS
OPERATIONS DE BASE
LECTURE PROGRAMMED ............................................ 1“0
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..m
. . . . . . . . . .
9
ENREGISTREMENT
ENREGISTREMENT DE BASE ....................................... 11
DUPLICATION MANUELLE D’UNE CASSETTE ...........12
DUPLICATION DE LA TOTALITE D’UNE CASSETTE ..12
ENREGISTREMENT AVEC MONTAGE Er CALCUL
DU TEMPS ...................................................................... ,13
ENREGISTREMENT AVEC MONTAGE
PROGRAMME .............................. ................................... 14
HORLOGE ET MINUTERIE
REGLAGE DE L’HORLOGE ........ ................................... 15
REGLAGE DE LA MINUTERIE D’ARRET ...................... 15
REGLAGE DE LA MINUTERIE ...................................... 16
AUTRES CONNEXIONS
CONNEXION D’UN APPAREIL OIPTIONNIEL .................17
ECOUTE DE SOURCES EXTERNIES ............................. 17
GENERALITIES
SOINS ET ENTRETIEN .................................................... 18
EN CAS DE PROBLEME ................................................. 18
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................ 19
NOMENCLATURE ................................ Couverture
du dos
FRAN~AIS
2
❑
CONNEXIONS
et gauche
h
-\\
Antenne AM
1
3 Brancher
courant.
Ie cordon
a une prise
de
Ank?nne FM
3
FRAN~AIS
●
+ page 17.
—.
SHIFT
—.
FUNCTION
●
●
FRAN~AIS
4
REGLAGES AUDIO
i---r-
CD
7-7
T43ASS
SHIFT
POWER
VOLUME
II
PHONES
■
T-BASS
VOLUME
(annulation)J
5
FRANQAIS
EGALISEUR GRAPHIQUE
ACCORD MANUEL
EQ
MONO
TUNER
BAND
IFT
SHIFT
ROCK —
pop —
JAZZ —
EQoFF
(annulation)
1
6
MEMORISATION
DE STATIONS
Ie numero de
1
2
numeriques,
un numrliro de prereglage.
❑ CLEAR
la
7
FRAN~AIS
OPERATIONS DE BASE
●
2
DOWN
-UP
Face A
A EJECT
Platine 2
JECT
E
la
❑
8
OPERATIONS DE BASE
DISC CHANGE —>
EDIT/CHECK
I
J
—
A OPEN/CLOSE
<
u
lifesMg_
DISC CHANGE
,
LECTURE DE DISQUES
●
●
●
9
FRAN~AIS
Numero de la plage
selectionnee
-
la
Utiliser la telecommande.
+10, programmer
10
DE BASE
2
1
O REC pour demarrer
et
DUPLICATION MANUELLE D’UNE
CASSETTE
DUPLICATION DE LA TOTALITE
D’UNE CASSETTE
1,3
●
●
1
2
2
4
3
3 Appuyer sur la touche TAPE/DECK
selectionner la platine 1.
1/2 pour
“TAPE 1” est affiche.
●
●
1 Appuyer sur la touche TAPE.
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FRAN~A/S
12
ENREGISTREMENT AVEC
MONTAGE ET CALCUL DU TEMPS
n-
4
5
2
B est affiche.
3,7
❑
6,8
U,w
Numero de plage
PRGM
1 ?I
. .FRANCAIS
. .. ...7.
..—
-
6
ENREGISTREMENT AVEC
MONTAGE PROGRAMME
7
3,7,8,9
5
4,5
2
3,7,8,9
8,1;
Face B de la cassette(face arriere)
u,>
8
1,10
9
premier
2 puis
Face A de la cassette (face avant)
Face de la cassette
Numero de plage
—
REGLAGE DE LA MINUTERIE
D’ARRET
REGLAGEDEL’HORLOGE
—-
1
1,2,:
u
2
$~~~1
.-— —.
2,3
J
I
01
..-_.
...”
REGLAGE DE LA MINUTERIE
..
r
1
1
,2
3
2,4
6
COMMANDE
PAR LA
●
●
F/?ANCA/S 16
CONNEXION D’UN APPAREIL
OPTIONNEL
r
ECOUTE DE SOURCES EXTERNES
FL
- CD DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL)
[ ‘4
POWER
1
- VIDEO/AUX
1 Appuyer sur la touche VIDEO/AUX.
VIDEO apparalt sur I’affichage.
u
SOINS ET ENTRETIEN
EN CAS DE PROBLENIE
%
18
m
SPECIFICATIONS
Appareil principal CX-NA22
Partie tuner FM
Plage d’accord
87,5 MHz a 108 MHz
Antenne
Antenne fil
Partie tuner AM
Plage d’accord
Sensibility
Antenne
utile
530 kHz a 1710 kHz (pas de 10
kHz)
531 kHz a 1602 kHz (pas de 9
kHz)
350 pV/m
Antenne cadre
19
FRAWAIS
Secteur 120 V, 60 Hz
53 w
260 x 308,3x 350 mm
4,8 kg
PARTS INDEX
Instructions about each part on the main unit or remote control
are indicated on the right side. The parts are listed in alphabetical
order.
Cfl// h7// fh?t?1-80&Buy-A/wA
Printed in Malaysia
BAND .................................................................. 6, 7
CD .......................................................................9
■ CLEAR ........................................................... 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15
CLOCK ................................................................ 15
- PRESET ........................................................ 7, 8, 9, 10
DISC CHANGE ................................................... 9
DISC DIRECT PLAY ........................................... 9, 10, 13, 14
+
DOWN ........................................................ 7, 8, 9, 10, 13,
14, 15, 16
EDIT/CHECK ...................................................... 9, 13, 14
GEQ .................................................................... 6
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER (ROCK, POP, JAZZ) ....6
MONO TUNER .................................... .............. 6
4 OPEN/CLOSE ................................................ 9
PHoNEs .............................................................5
POWER .............................................................. 5
PRGM ................................................................. 10
RANDOM/REPEAT ............................................. 10
● REC ............................................................... 11, 13, 14
II SET ................................................................ 7,8, 9, 15, 16
SHIFT .................................................................. 4,5, 6,7, 8, 9,
13, 14, 15, 16
SLEEP ................................................................ 15
SYNC DUB ......................................................... 12
TAPE/DECK l/2 .................................................. 8, 12
T-BASS ............................................................... 5
TIMER ................................................................. 16
TUNER/BAND .................................................... 6, 7, 11
W UP ......................................... ..................... 7, 8, 9, 10, 13,
14, 15, 16
VIDEO/AUX ........................................................ 17
voLuME .............................................................5
o-9, +lo ............................................................... 7, 9, 10, 13, 14
(United States and Puerto Rico)
AIWA CO.,LTD.
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