Front Panel Overview. TEAC UD-301


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A B C

Front Panel Overview

D E F

A

Standby/on (

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) button

Press this button to turn the unit on and put it in standby. The blue indicator lights when the unit is turned on.

o When this unit is in standby mode, it still consumes some power, which is why the term “standby” or “standby mode” is used instead of “off”.

B

Source button

Each time this button is pressed, the source changes.

C

Input source indicators

The indicator for the selected source lights.

These indicators blink when the input signal is not a digital audio signal or is a digital audio signal in a format other than PCM or DSD (such as

Dolby Digital, dts or AAC).

D

Sampling frequency indicators

These show the sampling frequency of the input digital audio signal.

When an input signal is locked, the indicator for its sampling frequency lights. These indicators blink when there is no input signal or the input signal is not locked.

10

NOTE

If the sampling frequency of the input signal is

32 kHz, no sampling frequency indicator will light, but the input indicator will light.

E

PHONES jack

Connect headphones with a standard 6.3mm

(1/4 " ) stereo plug here.

F

VOLUME knob

When the LEVEL switch is set to VARI, you can use this knob to control the audio level output from

the analog audio output jacks (see page 9).

When headphones are connected, this knob also adjusts the headphones volume.

V Be sure to set the VOLUME knob to MIN before putting on connected headphones.

Do not turn the unit on or put it in standby or connect/disconnect headphones while wearing them. Doing so could cause a sudden loud sound, resulting in harm to hearing.

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