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Panasonic SA-AK600Magenta 2610012-02 Multiview AK600-SA RX VID Ster AUD 400r3765-02 W/P
261001202 Magenta MultiView AK600DP-SA Video Console

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Brand: MAGENTA
Part Numbers: 2610012-02, 261001202
UPC: 0, 814651010352


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shammond42 11:28am on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 
I just bought this system second hand off my father-in-law and it really pumps, I have my TV.

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4. Outdoor antenna groundingIf you connect an outdoor antenna, ground the antenna system to protect against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990, provides information about grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. Refer to this diagram.

GROUND CLAMP

ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)

Installation

Placement
1. VentilationSituate the unit so that it receives proper ventilation. Do not install in a confined space such as a bookcase or cabinet. Allow at least 10 cm (4 inches) clearance from the rear of the unit. To prevent the risk of electric shock or fire due to overheating ensure curtains and other materials do not obstruct the units ventilation. 2. Foreign materialEnsure objects and liquids do not get into the unit. Avoid exposing the unit to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, and shock. 3. MagnetismSituate the unit away from equipment and devices that generate strong magnetic fields. 4. StackingDo not place heavy objects on top of this unit. 5. SurfacePlace the unit on a flat, level surface. 6. Carts and standsUse the unit only with carts and stands recommended by the manufacturer. Move carts with care. Sudden stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces can cause carts to overturn. 7. Wall and ceiling mountingDo not mount the unit on walls or ceilings unless specified in the instructions.
NECNATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

Maintenance

(See page 31 for details.) Unplug the unit from the household AC outlet before cleaning. Clean with a damp cloth. Do not use abrasive pads, scouring powders, or solvents.

SURROU

ND CENTE
Caution Use the speakers only with the recommended system. Failure to do so may lead to damage to the amplifier and/or the speakers, and may result in the risk of fire. Consult a qualified service person if damage has occurred or if you experience a sudden change in performance. Do not attempt to attach these speakers to walls using methods other than those described in this manual.

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Surround speaker Center speaker Surround speaker (right) (SB-PC93) (left) (SB-PS90) (SB-PS90)
Connect the AC power supply cord.
Note The included AC power supply cord is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipment.
Connect the left (L) side in the same way.

For your reference

Information you enter into the units memory, except for time, remains intact for up to a week after the AC power supply cord is disconnected.

T FRON R

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Location of controls

No. Name Ref. page
1 AC supply indicator (AC IN)
This indicator lights when the unit is connected to the AC power supply.
2 Standby/on switch (f/I, POWER)
3 Record button (a REC).. Headphone jack (PHONES).. Disc direct play buttons (CD 1 ~ CD 5). Disc tray open/close button (c OPEN/CLOSE). Disc tray 8 Digital input, PCM FIX mode select button and indicator (DIGITAL INPUT 1/2). 20, Dolby Pro Logic button and indicator (p PL). 20 ! Super sound EQ button (SUPER SOUND EQ). 18 Preset EQ select button (PRESET EQ). 18 # Subwoofer button and indicator (SUBWOOFER)...18 $ Display % Volume control (VOL).. 9 & Cassette holder open button (c OPEN).. 15 ( Cassette holder... 15 ) Tuner/band select button (TUNER, BAND). 13 ~ AUX 1/2 button (AUX 1/2)..27 + CD skip/search, tape fast-forward/rewind, tune/preset channel select, time adjust buttons (g, 3/REW, f, 4/FF).. 9, 13-15, 23 , Tape play button ( : TAPE).. 15 - CD play/pause button (:/ J CD ). 9. Stop/program clear and demonstration button (L STOP, DEMO).. 9, 11, 15, 23

AUX 1/2 TUNER

/ REW / FF STOP

TAPE CD

Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.

The remote control

SLEEP CLOCK CL CK AUTO OFF TIMER TO PLAY REC

Buttons

Buttons such as 2 function in exactly the same way as the buttons on the main unit. No. Name Ref. page

TEST EST DISPL DIS AY

CH SELECT CH LE VE H VEL PL AY MODE PROGR AM DIMME DI MER

9 , , 12

DELAY DE AY

DIGITAL-IN AUX

TUNER TAPE

/ Sleep timer/auto off button (SLEEP, AUTO OFF).. 23, 25 : Numbered buttons (10, 19, 0).. 10, 14 ; Display button (DISPLAY)... 10 < Dimmer button (DIMMER)... 22 = Digital input/AUX select button (DIGITAL-IN/AUX).. 27 ? Shift button (SHIFT)

See below.

SUBWOOFER

S.SOUND EQ

PRESET EQ MUTING

VOLUME

@ [ \ ] ^
Clock/timer button (CLOCK/TIMER). 23-25 Play timer/record timer button (rPLAY/REC). 24, 25 Disc button (DISC)... 10 Program button (PROGRAM).. 11, 14 Play mode select button (PLAY MODE).. 10, 12, 13, 17
Use this for selecting repeat mode, CD play mode, tune mode, FM mode and AM beat proof.
_ Stop/program clear button (L).. 9, 11, 15 { Muting button (MUTING).. 22 To operate functions labeled in orange, press [SHIFT] (?) and the corresponding button at the same time. ; < > ], Test signal button (TEST)... 21 Channel select button (CH SELECT).. 21 Delay time adjust button (DELAY).. 21 ^ Channel level adjust buttons ( CH LEVEL +)... 21

Batteries

Insert so the poles (+ and ) match those in the remote control. Do not use rechargeable type batteries.

Do not;

R6, AA, UM-3

Signal sensor

mix old and new batteries. use different types at the same time. heat or expose to flame. take apart or short circuit. attempt to recharge alkaline or manganese batteries. use batteries if the covering has been peeled off. keep together with metallic objects such as necklaces.
Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire. If electrolyte leaks from the batteries, consult your dealer. Wash thoroughly with water if electrolyte comes in contact with any part of your body. Remove if the remote control is not going to be used for a long period of time. Store in a cool, dark place. Replace if the unit does not respond to the remote control even when held close to the front panel.

Transmission window

Aim at the sensor, avoiding obstacles, at a maximum range of 7 meters directly in front of the unit. Keep the transmission window and the units sensor free from dust. Operation can be affected by strong light sources, such as direct sunlight, and the glass doors on cabinets.
put heavy objects on the remote control. take the remote control apart. spill liquids onto the remote control.

To skip forward/ backward

Number of tracks

Total playing time
During 1-Disc Random play or All-Disc Random play (A page 12), you cannot skip to tracks which have already been played. During program play (A page 11), 1-Disc Random play or All-Disc Random play, you can search forward or backward only within the current track. During program play, skipping is always in the programmed order, whether forward or backward. Always stop the changer before loading or changing discs. You cannot change discs while a disc is playing. Do not disconnect the AC power supply cord from the household AC outlet during disc changing operation.

CD display

PLAY MODE

Remote control only

This function allows you to display the remaining play time of the current track. During play or pause mode

DISPLAY

CH SELECT CH LE VEL H VE PL AY MODE PROGR AM DIMME DI MER

TUNER TAPE UNER PE

Press [DISPLAY].
Every time you press the button: Elapsed play time Remaining play time Note When track number 25 or greater is playing, remaining play time display shows :.

PRESET EQ MU T MUTING

Starting play from a specific track

TEST DISPL AY

Remaining play time
Press [DISC] and to select the disc.

(within 10 seconds)

[1][5]
Select the track with the numbered buttons.
To select a track 10 or over, press [10] then the two digits. Play starts from the selected track.
Note You cannot use this function with 1-RANDOM or A-RANDOM mode.

Repeat play

CPress and hold [PLAY MODE] before or during play.
REPEAT ON and are displayed. To cancel repeat play Press and hold [PLAY MODE] once again. REPEAT OFF is displayed and is cleared.
To repeat your favorite tracks 1. Program the tracks you want (A page 11). 2. Press and hold [PLAY MODE] and make sure REPEAT ON and are displayed. 3. Press [CD :/ J]. Playback will start. To use repeat play with CD Play Mode function Set the desired mode (A page 12), press and hold [PLAY MODE] before or during playback, and make sure REPEAT ON and are displayed.

PL AY MODE

To stop play Press [L]. When playback ends The current play mode will retain in memory until it is changed even if the unit is turned off. Final disc For example, if play starts from disc 4, disc 3 will be the final disc. Order of progression: Disc 4z5z1z2z3 Note You can use the CD Play Mode function together with repeat play.

Specified track number

The radio: manual tuning
SLEEP CLOCK AUTO OFF TIMER PLAY REC
Press [TUNER, BAND] to select band.
The unit comes on automatically. Every time you press the button: FM AM
Press [PLAY MODE] on the remote control to select MANUAL.
Every time you press the button: MANUAL PRESET
Press [g, 3/REW] or [f, 4/FF] to select the frequency of the required station.
TUNED is displayed when a radio station is tuned. ST is displayed when a stereo FM broadcast is being received.
CH SELECT CH LE VEL PL AY MODE PROGR AM DIMMER

VOLUME +

Auto tuning Press and hold [g, 3/REW] or [f, 4/FF] for a moment until the frequency starts changing rapidly. The unit begins auto tuning, stopping when it finds a station. Auto tuning may not function when there is excessive interference. To cancel auto tuning, press [g, 3/REW] or [f, 4/FF] once again.
If noise is excessive in FM
Press and hold [PLAY MODE] to display MONO.
This mode improves sound quality if reception is weak, but broadcasts will be heard in monaural. Press and hold [PLAY MODE] again to cancel the mode. MONO goes out. MONO is also cancelled if the frequency is changed. Turn off MONO for normal listening. Stereo and monaural broadcasts are automatically played as they are received.
FM allocation setting Main unit only
By adjusting the allocation, you can enable this tuner to receive FM broadcasts allocated in 0.1 MHz steps.

To change the step

1 Press and hold [TUNER, BAND]. After a few seconds the display changes to a flashing display of the current minimum frequency. 2 Continue to hold [TUNER, BAND] down. When the minimum frequency changes, release the button. To return to the original step, repeat the above steps. Note

DOWN UP

After changing the allocation setting, the frequencies you previously preset in the memory will be cleared. Sound is momentarily interrupted if you load/unload tapes while listening to an AM broadcast.

The radio: preset tuning

There are two methods of presetting stations. Automatic presetting : All the stations the tuner can receive are preset. Manual presetting : You can select the stations to preset and the order they are preset in. Up to 15 stations each can be set in the FM and AM bands. Preparation: Press [TUNER] to select FM or AM.

PROGRAM

Automatic presetting
Do the following once each for FM and AM. Preparation: Tune to the frequency where presetting is to begin (A page 13).
Press and hold [PROGRAM].

SLEEP CLOCK AUTO OFF TIMER
Preset EQ cannot be used together with Super Sound EQ. All recordings are performed at EQ-OFF setting even
alternative sound quality setting has been selected.
Enhancing the sound quality
SHIFT SUBWOOFER S.SOUND EQ PRESET EQ
This feature enhances the bass and treble effect of the sound.

Press [SUPER SOUND EQ].

Remote control : Press [S.SOUND EQ]. Press the button again to cancel.

PRESET EQ

Adjusting the bass

Press [SUBWOOFER].

The button lights when the feature is on. Remote control: Press [SHIFT] + [SUBWOOFER].

SUPER SOUND EQ

Each time you press the button: MID (medium) MAX (high) Light off (off)

To cancel

Press [SUBWOOFER] to turn the light off. Remote control: Press [SHIFT] + [SUBWOOFER]. Note You cannot use this function when headphones are connected.

Enjoying surround sound

The following chart gives a summary of this units surround features. Note
All the features are only effective if speakers are used. No discernible effect will be heard through headphones. None of the features are effective when radio is selected as the source. You may experience a reduction in sound quality when these surround systems are used with some sources. If this occurs, turn the surround

system off.

Surround system

Features

Software
Software encoded with Dolby Digital can be identified with this mark.
Dolby Digital is a discrete 5.1 (6) channel
surround system developed for cinema use. The sound signals in Dolby Digital format are compressed to 1/10 their original size, allowing an entire movie to be recorded on a single DVD. This unit automatically recognizes DVDs that have been recorded with Dolby Digital. Not all Dolby Digital sources are recorded with 5.1 (6) channels. Some sources marked Dolby Digital may be recorded in Dolby Surround, a 2 channel system.

DOLBY DIGITAL

( page 20)

DOLBY PRO LOGIC

Dolby Pro Logic is a decoding system that was developed to get a better sense of presence from sources encoded with Dolby Surround. The balance of sound has been improved by the addition of a separate center speaker channel.
Software encoded with Dolby Surround can be identified with this mark.
DVD Video CD, CD Laser Disc Video tape
To calculate the delay time
D1: Distance from front speakers D2: Distance from surround speakers D3: Distance from center speaker Center speaker Front speaker (left) D3 D1 D1 Front speaker (right) Setting the center channel delay time (Dolby Digital only): If D1 is equal to or less than D3 If D3 is less than D1 Set to 0 ms. Increase 1 ms for every 30 cm (1 foot) of difference between D1 and D3.

CH LE VEL PL AY MODE PROGR AM
To select a specific speaker

CH SELECT DIMMER

1 Press [SHIFT] + [CH SELECT] to select the speaker. For Dolby Digital: Every time you press the buttons: L C R RS LS SW For Dolby Pro Logic: Every time you press the buttons: L C (for NORMAL mode only) R S
The current channel level is displayed.
Delay time adjustments Remote control only

DELAY PL

By adjusting the delay time, the difference in the distance from the viewing and listening position to the front speakers and the distance to the center speaker and surround speakers can be offset and made equal. This achieves better sound localization and makes a more life-like reproduction of the sound field possible. 1. Press [SHIFT] + [DELAY] to select the channel to be adjusted. The current delay time is displayed. Press again to change the speaker channel; C (Center speaker) S (Surround speakers) 2. Press [SHIFT] + [CH LEVEL (+, )] to set the delay time. The delay time changes with each press. The increments depend on the channel being adjusted. Surround mode Dolby Digital Surround Dolby Pro Logic Surround 0, 5, 10, 15 15, 20, 25, 30 Speaker Center Available delay time setting (ms) 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
A see page 19 for information about delay time.
2 Press [SHIFT] + [CH LEVEL (+, )]. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to adjust the level accordingly.

Convenient functions

Dimming the display
The display is dimmed and all indicators, except for the [AC IN] indicator, are turned off for better television viewing.

DIMMER

Press [DIMMER].

MUTING

To cancel, press [DIMMER] again.

Muting the volume

Press [MUTING].
Volume is reduced to minimum.
Press [MUTING] again. MUTING goes out. To cancel from the unit, turn [VOL] to minimum ( dB), then raise it to the required level. Muting is also canceled when the unit is turned off.
Using headphones (not included)
Reduce the volume before connection.
Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing damage. Plug type: 3.5 mm (1/8 in.) stereo Audio is automatically switched to stereo (2 channel).

Turning DEMO off

A demonstration of the display is shown if you have not set the clock. You can reduce the power consumed in standby mode by turning it off. During standby mode
Press and hold [L STOP, DEMO] until NO DEMO is displayed.

The display changes each time the button is held down. NO DEMO (off) DEMO ON (on)
To show a demonstration of the display
Press and hold [L STOP, DEMO] until DEMO ON is displayed. Note You cannot turn demo function off when the unit is on. You cannot turn demo function on when dimmer (A page 22) is on.

Auto-off function

When CD or tape is selected as the source To save power, the unit turns off if it is left unused for ten minutes.

AUTO OFF

This function does not work if the source is tuner, AUX or DIGITAL input.
Press and hold [AUTO OFF].
AUTO OFF is displayed. The setting is maintained even if the unit is turned off. If you select tuner, AUX or DIGITAL input as the source, AUTO OFF goes out. It comes on again when you select CD or tape. To cancel Press and hold [AUTO OFF] again.

Setting the time

SLEEP AUTO OFF
This is a 12-hour display clock. This example in the figure shows how to set the time for 4:25 p.m.

CLOCK TIMER

Switch on the power. Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select CLOCK.

CLOCK PLAY REC

Previous display

(within 7 seconds or so)

Press [g/REW/3] or [4/FF/f] to set the present time. Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to finish setting the time.
The time is set and the original display is restored.
Displaying the clock Press [CLOCK/TIMER] once when the unit is on or at standby mode. The clock is shown for about 5 seconds then the previous display is restored.
Reset the clock regularly to maintain accuracy.

Using the timers

Using the play/record timer
The timer has two functions. It can be set to on at a certain time to wake you up, or it can be set to record the radio. The play timer cannot be used in combination with the record timer. Preparations: Turn the unit on and set the clock (A page 23). For the play timer, prepare the music source you want to listen to; tape, CD or radio, and set the volume. For the record timer, check the cassettes erasure prevention tabs (A page 16: A), insert the cassette and tune to the radio station (A page 13).
Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select the timer function.

FOR PLAY TIMER

FOR RECORD TIMER
rPLAY : to set the play timer rREC : to set the record timer

REW FF

ON time setting
1 (Within 8 seconds or so)
Press [g/REW/3] or [4/FF/f] to select the starting time. Press [CLOCK/TIMER].
OFF time setting 1 Press [g/REW/3] or [4/FF/f] to select the finishing time. 2 Press [CLOCK/TIMER].
The start and finish times are now set.
Press [rPLAY/REC] to display the timer indicator.
Every time you press the button: PLAY REC
(Off) rPLAY : to turn the play timer on rREC : to turn the record timer on (The indicator doesnt appear if the start and finish times or the clock hasnt been set.)
f Press [f] to turn the unit off.
The unit must be off for the timers to operate. For play timer The timer play will start at the preset time with volume increasing gradually up to the volume level you pre-set. For record timer The record timer comes on about 30 seconds before the set time with the volume muted.
To cancel the timer Press [rPLAY/REC] to clear the timer indicators from the display. (The timer comes on at the set time everyday if the timer is on.)
To change the settings (when unit is on)
To change the play/record times Do steps 1, 2, 3 and 5. To change the source or volume 1. Press [rPLAY/REC] to clear the timer indicator from the display. 2. Make changes to the source or volume. 3. Do steps 4 to 5.

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CLOCK/TIMER
To change the timer Press [rPLAY/REC] to select the desired timer. Every time the button is pressed the setting changes as follows. PLAY REC

PLAY/REC

(Off) To check settings While the unit is on and the rPLAY (or rREC) indicator is on, press [CLOCK/TIMER] so rPLAY (or rREC) appears on the display. Two seconds after rPLAY (or rREC) appear, the settings are displayed in the following order: For play timer For record timer 1 Play start time 1 Recording start time 2 Play finish time 2 Recording finish time 3 Play source 3 Recording source 4 Playback volume You can check the settings even when the system is OFF by pressing [CLOCK/TIMER] twice. To enjoy the desired source after the timer setting is completed The volume level (for play timer) and music source are stored in the timer memory and the timer will start in these preset conditions. However, the Disc numbers do not get stored in the timer memory. 1. After step 4, start playing the desired source. 2. Reset the Disc numbers if you have changed any of them, confirm that a Disc or cassette is inserted, then press [f] to put the unit on standby. Note If you switch the system to the standby mode while the play/record timer is functioning, the OFF time setting will not be activated. If AUX or DIGITAL input is selected as the source, when the timer comes on, the system turns on and engages AUX or DIGITAL input as the source. If you want to playback or record from a connected unit, set the other units timer to the same time. (See the other units instruction manual.)

Using the sleep timer

This timer turns the unit off after a set time (Max. 2 hours, set at 30minute intervals). It lets you fall asleep listening to music. While enjoying the desired source:
Press [SLEEP] to select the desired time.
SLEEP 30 SLEEP 60 SLEEP 90 SLEEP 120

SLEEP OFF

The system is turned off after the set time has elapsed. To cancel the sleep timer: Press [SLEEP] to select SLEEP OFF. To confirm the remaining time: (only while system is ON) Press [SLEEP]. To change the time remaining during operation: Press [SLEEP] to show the remaining time then press [SLEEP] to select the desired time.
Note The sleep timer turns OFF automatically the moment you attempt to record a CD. The sleep timer can be used in combination with the play/record timer. The sleep timer always has priority. Be sure not to overlap timer settings.

Using other equipment

Record player (not included)

Rear panel

Connecting other equipment Turn the unit off before making connections. Refer to the manual of the other unit for details.

AUDIO OUT

(Cables and equipment not included.) AUX 1 AUX 2

ARecord player

Sound cannot be produced unless a phono equalizer (not included) is connected. A record player with a built-in phono equalizer is recommended.
DVD player (not included) Rear panel
Stereo connection cable (not included)
White (L) Red DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL INPUT 1 (OPTICAL) DIGITAL INPUT 2 (COAXIAL)
BDVD player (with 5.1ch output), etc.
You can enjoy surround sound of DVDs encoded with Dolby Digital.
Optical fiber cable (not included)

Subwoofer (not included)

Do not bend the optical fiber cable.
Coaxial cable (not included)

SUBWOOFER OUT

CSubwoofer
The included front speakers have subwoofers, but by connecting an active subwoofer, you can enhance the bass effect found on DVDs encoded with Dolby Digital.
Optional antenna connections
75 coaxial cable (not included)
Use outdoor antennas if radio reception is poor. FM outdoor antenna (not included)

FM outdoor antenna

30 mm Shield braid 15 mm Core wire
Disconnect the FM indoor antenna. The antenna should be installed by a competent technician.

AM outdoor antenna

Run a piece of vinyl wire horizontally across a window or other convenient location. Leave the loop antenna connected. Note Disconnect the antenna when the unit is not in use. Do not use the antenna during an electrical storm.
AM outdoor antenna (not included)
Listening to an external digital source Press [DIGITAL INPUT 1/2] to select the input source.

Every time you press the button: D-IN 1 D-IN 2
(A See page 26: B for connection.)
CLOCK SLEEP AUTO OFF TIMER PLAY REC

DIGITAL-IN/ AUX

Remote control: Press [DIGITAL-IN/AUX] to select D-IN 1 or D-IN 2. Every time you press the button: D-IN 1 D-IN 2 AUX 1 AUX 2
Operate the external unit.
Refer to the manual provided with the other equipment for details.
Listening to an external analog source Press [AUX 1/2] to select the input source.
Every time you press the button: AUX 1 AUX 2 Remote control: Press [DIGITAL-IN/AUX] to select AUX 1 or AUX 2. Every time you press the button: D-IN 1 D-IN 2 AUX 1 AUX 2
(A See page 26: A for connection.)
Recording an external source Press [DIGITAL INPUT 1/2] or [AUX 1/2] to select the input source.
Remote control: Press [DIGITAL-IN/AUX].
Do the preparatory steps (A page 16).
Press [ REC]. Start the source to be recorded.
Refer to the external units manual for details.

To stop recording

Press [ STOP, DEMO].
Note Multi-channel sources (3 to 5.1 channels) are automatically down-mixed to 2 channels during recording.

Troubleshooting guide

Before requesting service, make the below checks. If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem: In the U.S.A., contact the Panasonic Customer Call Center at 1-800-211-7262, or e-mail consumerproducts@panasonic.com, or web site (http://www.panasonic.com). In Canada, contact Panasonic Canada Inc. Customer Care Centre at 905-624-5505, web site (www.panasonic.ca), or an authorized Servicentre closest to you. Reference pages are shown as black circled numbers 6.

Common Problems

No sound. Turn the volume up. Check the speaker connections. 6 Change the AUX or DIGITAL input setting to suit the type of connection you have made. = Check that the digital signals can be decoded by this unit. Turn PCM FIX off. , Switch off the unit, determine and correct the cause of the problem, then switch the unit on. Causes include shorting of the positive and negative speaker wires, straining of the speakers through excessive volume or power, and using the unit in a hot environment. Check the speaker connections. 6

SPEAKER SECTION SB-AK300

Front speakers SB-AK600 Type 3 way speaker bass-reflex system Speakers Subwoofer 12 cm (43/4) cone type Woofer 12 cm (43/4) cone type Tweeter 6 cm (23/8) cone type Impedance FRONT 6 SUBWOOFER 8 Input power FRONT 90 W (Music) SUBWOOFER 70 W (Music) Output sound pressure level 87 dB/W (1.0 m) Cross over frequency 150 Hz, 5 kHz Frequency range 45 Hz22 kHz (16 dB) 55 Hz20 kHz (10 dB) Dimensions (WxHxD) 207 x 315 x 295 mm (85/32 x 1213/32 x 115/8) Mass Approx. 3.7 kg (8.2 lb.)

FM TUNER SECTION

Frequency range 87.9107.9 MHz (200 kHz step) 87.5108.0 MHz (100 kHz step) Sensitivity 2.5 V (IHF) S/N 26 dB 2.2 V Antenna terminals 75 (unbalanced)

GENERAL

Power supply Power consumption Dimensions (WxHxD) AC 120 V, 60 Hz 180 W
215.4 x 315 x 350 mm (81/2 x 1213/32 x 1325/32) For U.S.A.: Approx. 7.1 kg (15.7 lb.) For Canada: Approx. 6.7 kg (14.8 lb.)

AM TUNER SECTION

Frequency range 5201710 kHz (10 kHz step) Sensitivity S/N 20 dB (at 1000 kHz) 560 V/m
Power consumption in standby mode 0.34 W
Note: 1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate. 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer.
As an E NERGY S TAR Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product meets the E NERGY S TAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 http://www.panasonic.com 2001 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Printed in Singapore
Panasonic Sales Company, Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc. (PSC)
Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5 San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985

Panasonic Canada Inc.

5770 Ambler Drive Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 www.panasonic.ca

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