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COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM
REMOTE CONTROL DIMMER SLEEP DISPLAY AUTO PRESET FM MODE
PROGRAM RANDOM DOOR SLIDE
UP SET DOWN
FM / AM
REMOTE CONTROL DIMMER SLEEP
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No.
Warnings, Cautions and Others
IMPORTANT for the U.K.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer. BE SURE to replace the fuse only with an identical approved type, as originally fitted. If nontheless the mains plug is cut off ensure to remove the fuse and dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the mains supply. If this product is not supplied fitted with a mains plug then follow the instructions given below:
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
REPRODUCTION OF LABELS 1 CLASSIFICATION LABEL, PLACED ON EXTERIOR SURFACE
DO NOT make any connection to the terminal which is marked with the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green-and-yellow. The wires in the mains lead on this product are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue :Neutral Brown :Live As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. IF IN DOUBT - CONSULT A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
WARNING LABEL, PLACED INSIDE THE UNIT
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT DANGER: Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the Unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Caution switch! Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely. The switch in any position does not disconnect the mains line. The power can be remote controlled.
CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.: 1 Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2 Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
Caution: Proper Ventilation To avoid risk of electric shock and fire, and to prevent damage, locate the apparatus as follows: 3 Front: No obstructions and open spacing. 4 Sides/ Top/ Back: No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below. 5 Bottom: Place on the level surface. Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand with a height of 10 cm or more.
1 cm 1 cm
s About the Internal Cooling Fan
This unit includes an internal cooling fan, so as to allow for high-power operation within a small space. This fan comes on when the sound level is set high, and may also come on even at low sound levels if the internal temperature rises. To ensure effective fan operation, please leave at least 15cm clearance between the rear of the unit and the wall, and at least 1cm clearance on each side of the unit.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SOME DOS AND DONTS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT
This equipment has been disigned and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.
Do read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment. Do ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections between pieces of equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Switch off and withdraw the mains plug when making or changing connections. Do consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your equipment. Do be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
DONT continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any wayswitch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer. DONT remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages. DONT leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a standby mode. Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family know how to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people. DONT use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the requirements of traffic safety. It is illegal to watch television whilst driving. DONT listen to headphones at high volume as such use can permanently damage your hearing. DONT obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings. Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment. DONT use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws to ensure complete safety always fit the manufacturers approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions. DONT allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture. ABOVE ALL NEVER let anyone, especially children, push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case this could result in a fatal electrical shock.; NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind it is better to be safe than sorry!
Care And Maintenance... 23 Troubleshooting.... 24 Specifications...Back cover
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Make sure that you have all of the following items, which are supplied with the System. Power Cord (1) AM Loop Antenna (1) Remote Control (1) Batteries (2) FM Wire Antenna (1) Speaker Cords (2) Spacers (6) (only for FS-SD7R / SD9R) If any of these items are missing, contact your dealer immediately.
How To Put Batteries In the Remote Control
Match the polarity (+ and ) on the batteries with the + and markings in the battery compartment.
Handle batteries properly.
s To avoid battery leakage or explosion: Remove batteries when the Remote Control will not be used for a long time. When you need to replace the batteries, replace both batteries at the same time with new ones. Do not use an old battery with a new one. Do not use different types of batteries together.
Using the Remote Control
The Remote Control makes it easy to use many of the functions of the System from a distance of up to 7m (23 feet) away. You need to point the Remote Control at the remote sensor on the Systems front panel.
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Make all connections before plugging the System into an AC power outlet.
Connecting the FM Antenna Rear Panel of the Unit
SUB WOOFER CD DIGITAL OUT
SPEAKERS IMPEDANCE 4 R L
MD / AUX
AM EXT AM LOOP
FM(75 ) COAXIAL
Using the Supplied Wire Antenna
FM wire antenna (supplied)
Before attaching a 75 ohm coaxial lead (the kind with a round wire going to an outdoor antenna), disconnect the supplied FM Wire Antenna.
Using the Coaxial Type Connector (Not Supplied)
A 75-ohm antenna with coaxial type connector (IEC or DIN45 325) should be connected to the FM 75-ohm COAXIAL terminal.
If reception is poor, connect the outdoor antenna.
FM outdoor antenna (Not supplied) Coaxial cable
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Connecting the AM (MW/LW) Antenna Rear Panel of the Unit
AM loop antenna (Supplied)
Attach the AM loop to its base by snapping the tabs on the loop into the slot in the base.
Turn the loop until you have the best reception.
To avoid noise, keep antennas away from the System, the connecting cord and the AC power cord.
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Connecting the Speakers
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DIMMER DISPLAY AHB PRO BASS FADE MUTING
MD/AUX FM/AM PRESET TUNING AHB PRO DOWN MULTI CONTROL
DOOR SLIDE TREBLE AHB PRO CLOCK VOLUME+,
STANDBY/ON indicator %
Turning the Power On and Off Turning the System On
Press the % button. The Top Cover moves backward and the Units top buttons appear. The display comes on and HELLO is displayed once. The STANDBY/ON indicator lights in green. The System comes on ready to continue in the mode it was in when the power was last turned off. s For example, if the last thing you were doing was listening to a CD, you are now ready to listen to a CD again. If you wish, you can change to another source. s If you were listening to the Tuner last, the Tuner comes on playing the station it was last set to.
When the System is Turned Off (STANDBY MODE)
Each time you press the DIMMER button on the Remote Control, the brightness of the backlighting changes as follows: No backlighting = Dark backlighting = (back to the beginning)
When the System is turned off again after power on, the brightness in Standby mode will be restored to the previous one since the brightness setting in Standby mode is stored in memory.
Turning the System Off
Press the % button again. The Top Cover moves back to the original position. GOOD BYE is displayed and the display goes out, except for the clock display. The STANDBY/ON indicator lights in red. s Some power is always consumed even though power is turned off (called Standby Mode). s To switch off the System completely, unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet. When you unplug the AC power cord, the clock will be reset to 0:00 after about 20 minutes.
Adjusting the Volume
Press the VOLUME + button to increase the volume or press the VOLUME button to decrease it.
You can adjust the volume level between 0 and 50.
DO NOT turn on the System and/or start playing any source without first setting the VOLUME control to minimum, as a sudden blast of sound could damage your hearing, speakers and/or headphones.
Preset numbers may have been set to factory test frequencies prior to shipment. This is not a malfunction. You can preset the stations you want into memory by following one of the presetting methods below.
(for 2 seconds)
UP DOWN SET SET
Select a band by pressing the FM/AM button.
Press the AUTO PRESET button on the Remote Control for more than two seconds. Repeat steps 1-2 for the other band.
When changing the Band FM = 30, AM = 15
Press the 4 or button to tune in a station. Press the SET button.
SET will blink for 5 seconds. Within 5 seconds, proceed to the next step. When the display returns to the one set in step 2 after 5 seconds, press the SET button again.
s If you want to change the preset stations, carry out the Manual Presetting for the desired preset numbers.
Even if the system is unplugged or if the power failure occurs, the preset stations will be stored for about 24 hours. However, in case the preset stations are erased, you will need to preset the stations again.
Press the UP, DOWN, >, or < button within 5 seconds to select the preset number.
UP or DOWN button:Increase or decrease the preset number by 1. Pressing and holding the button will continuously increase or decrease the preset number. > or < button: Increase or decrease the preset number by 1. Pressing and holding the button will rapidly increase or decrease the preset number.
To Change the FM Reception Mode
When you are tuned into an FM stereo broadcast, the STEREO indicator lights up and you can hear stereo effects. If an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or noisy, you can select Monaural mode. Reception improves, but you lose stereo effect. Press the FM MODE button on the Remote Control so that the MONO indicator lights up on the display.
Press the SET button within 5 seconds.
STORED appears and after 2 seconds, the display returns to the broadcast frequency display.
Repeat above steps 1 to 5 for each station you want to store in memory with a preset number.
To change the preset stations, repeat the same steps as above.
To restore the stereo effect, press the FM MODE button on the Remote Control so that the MONO indicator goes off.
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Receiving FM Stations with RDS
You can use the RDS (Radio Data System) by using the buttons on the Unit or the Remote Control. RDS allows FM stations to send additional signals with their regular programme signals. For example, the stations send their station names, and information about what type of programmes they broadcast, such as sports or music, etc. This unit can receive the following types of RDS signals: PS (Programme Service): shows commonly known station names. PTY (Programme Type): shows types of broadcast programmes. RT (Radio Text): shows text messages the station sends. What information can RDS signals provide? The display shows RDS signal information that the station sends.
PS (Programme Service): While searching, PS appears, then station name is displayed. NO PS appears if no signal is sent. PTY (Programme Type): While searching, PTY appears, then broadcast programme type is displayed. NO PTY appears if no signal is sent. RT (Radio Text): While searching, RT appears, then a text message sent by the station is displayed. NO RT appears if no signal is sent. Station Frequency: Station frequency (non-RDS service)
To show the RDS signals on the display
Press the DISPLAY MODE button while listening to an FM station. Each time you press the button, the display changes to show information in the following order:
If searching finishes at once, PS, PTY and RT will not appear on the display. If you press the DISPLAY MODE button while listening to an AM (MW/LW) station, the display only shows station frequency. RDS is not available for AM (MW/LW) broadcasts.
On characters displayed When the display shows PS, PTY or RT signals: The display cannot show accented letters; For example, A may represent accented As like , , , , and.
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To search for a programme by PTY codes
One of the advantages of the RDS service is that you can locate a particular kind of programme by specifying the PTY codes. To search for a programme using PTY or TA codes:
Descriptions of the PTY Codes News: Affairs: Info: Sport: Educate: Drama: Culture: Science: Varied: Pop M: Rock M: Easy M: Light M: Classics: Other M: Weather: Finance: Children: Social: Religion: Phone In: Travel: Leisure: Jazz: Country: Nation M: Oldies: Folk M: Document: TEST: Alarm !: News Topical programme expanding on the current news or affairs Programmes on medical service, weather forecasts, etc. Sports events Educational programmes Radio plays Programmes on national or regional culture Programmes on natural sciences and technology Other programmes like comedies or ceremonies Pop music Rock music Middle-of-the-road music (usually called easy listening) Light music Classical music Other music Weather information Reports on commerce, trading, the Stock Market, etc. Entertainment programmes for children Programmes on social activities Programmes dealing with any aspect of belief or faith, or the nature of existence or ethics Programmes where people can express their views either by phone or in a public forum Programmes about travel destinations, package tours, and travel ideas and opportunities Programmes concerned with recreational activities such as gardening, cooking, fishing, etc. Jazz music Country music Current popular music from another nation region, in that countrys language Classic pop music Folk music Programmes dealing with factual matters, presented in an investigative style Test broadcasts Emergency broadcasts
Press the PTY/EON button once while listening to an FM station.
PTY SELECT appears on the display.
Select the PTY code using the UP or DOWN button on the Remote Control or the 4 or button.
Each time you press the button, the display shows a category in the following order: News Affairs Info Sport Educate Drama Culture Science Varied Pop M Rock M Easy M Light M Classics Other M Weather Finance Children Social Religion Phone In Travel Leisure Jazz Country Nation M Oldies Folk M Document TEST Alarm ! News
Press the PTY/EON button within 10 seconds again.
While searching, the display alternates between SEARCH and the selected PTY code. The unit searched 30 preset stations and stops when it finds a station of the category you have selected, then tunes into that station. To continue searching after the first stop, press the PTY/EON button again while the display indications blink. If no programme is found, NOT FOUND appears on the display. To stop searching at any time during the process, press the PTY/EON button to stop search operation.
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To temporarily switch to a broadcast programme of your choice
EON (Enhanced Other Networks) is another convenient RDS service that allows this unit to switch temporarily to a broadcast programme of your choice (NEWS, TA or INFO) from the currently selected station, except if you are listening to a non-RDS station (all AM (MW/LW) stations or some FM stations). If an FM station does not broadcast EON information, EON cannot be activated. Case 1:If there is no station broadcasting the type of programme you have selected The broadcast station being currently heard will continue to be heard. When a station starts broadcasting the programme you have selected, this unit automatically switches to the station. The programme type (TA, NEWS or INFO) indicator starts blinking. When the programme is over, this unit goes back to the currently selected station, but still remains in EON Standby mode. Case 2:If there is a station broadcasting the type of programme you have selected This unit tunes to the station broadcasting the programme. The programme type (TA, NEWS or INFO) indicator starts blinking. When the programme is over, this unit goes back to the currently selected station, but still remains in EON Standby mode.
To select a programme type
Press the PTY/EON button twice while listening to an FM station.
EON SELECT apears on the display.
UP or > button: Increases the track number by 1. DOWN or < button:Decreases the track number by 1. When the > or < button is kept pressing, the track number changes rapidly.
Total track number
Total playback time
To stop playing and remove the CD, press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the Unit or CD 0 button on the Remote Control to open the Top Cover.
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Press the SET button.
Program order number
The tracks will play in no special order when you use this mode.
(After 2 seconds)
Press the RANDOM button on the Remote Control.
The RANDOM indicator lights up on the display.
Total playback time of the programmed tracks
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to select the other tracks for the program.
You can see the total playback time of programmed tracks on the display. Also, you can see the programmed tracks on the music calendar.
Press the CD #/8 button.
The System plays the tracks in the order you have programmed them.
The tracks are played in random order. To skip a track during playback, press the button to jump to the next track in the random sequence. Press the 4 button to jump back to the start of a track being played. To exit Random Play mode, while the CD Player is stopped, press the RANDOM button to light off the RANDOM indicator and carry out Normal Play, or press the CD 0 button to open the Top Cover.
s You can skip to a particular program track by pressing the 4 or button during Program Play. s To stop playing, press the 7 button once. To confirm the programmed tracks while the CD player is stopped, each time press the 4 or button; the tracks making up the program will successively be displayed in the programmed order. To delete all the tracks in the program, in stop mode, press the 7 button. Pressing the CD 0 button to open the Top Cover will also clear the programmed tracks. To exit the program mode once, while the CD Player is stopped, press the PROGRAM button to light off the PROGRAM indicator.
You can repeat all tracks or individual track, as many times as you like. Press the REPEAT button on the Remote Control. The Repeat indicator changes with each press of the button, as shown below. = ALL=blank display = (back to the beginning) : Repeats one track. ALL: In Normal Play mode, repeats all the tracks. In Program Play mode, repeats all the tracks in the program. In Random Play mode, repeats all the tracks in random order. To exit Repeat mode, press the REPEAT button until the Repeat indicator on the display goes out. s In Random Play, cannot be selected. s Repeat mode remains in effect even when you change the play mode.
If the total playback time of the programmed tracks exceeds 99 minutes 59 seconds, the total playback time will go out on the display. If you try to program the 33rd track, MEMORY FULL appears on the display for about 2 seconds.
To Modify the Program
Modify the contents of the program while the CD Player is stopped. Each time you press the CANCEL button, the last track in the program is deleted. To add new tracks to the end of the program, repeat above steps 5 to 7.
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Using External Equipments
REMOTE CONTROL DIMMER SLEEP DISPLAY AUTO PRESET FM MODE PROGRAM RANDOM DOOR SLIDE REPEAT
Listening to External Equipment
You can listen to external equipment such as MD recorder, turntable or other auxiliary. s First make sure that the external equipment is properly connected to the System. (See page 7).
Recording the Systems Source to External Equipment
You can record the Systems source to external equipment which is connected to the MD/AUX-IN/OUT or CD DIGITAL OUT terminals of the System, such as cassette deck or MD recorder, etc. s First make sure that the external equipment is properly connected to the System. (See page 7).
Set the VOLUME control to the minimum position.
Press the MD/AUX button.
MD/AUX appears on the display.
Play the Systems CD Player or tune in to a station.
s The recording level is not affected by the VOLUME level set by the System. Also it is not affected by the sound effects.
Start playing the external equipment. Adjust the VOLUME control to the desired listening level. Apply sound effects, if you wish.
For operation of the external equipment, refer to its Instructions.
s Press the AHB PRO button to reinforce the bass sound. s Press the BASS/TREBLE button on the Remote Control to control the tone. (See Tone Control on page 10.) To exit MD/AUX mode, you will automatically switch out of MD/AUX mode when you select another source.
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Using the Timers
TIMER 4 CLOCK
ON time, OFF time, Source, Volume
Timer indicator SLEEP indicator
* When the System is in use, the display shows other items as well. For simplicity, we show here only the items described in this section. The timers let you control listening functions automatically.
Setting the Clock
Use the Units button to set the clock. When you plug the AC power cord into the wall outlet, the time indication 0:00 blinks on the display.
Press the or 4 button to set the minute. Press the CLOCK button.
The selected time is set and the seconds start counting from 0.
The clock must be correctly set for the timers to work. The procedure must be completed within two minutes. Otherwise, the setting is cleared and must be repeated from the beginning.
If there is a power failure, the clock loses its setting after about 20 minutes. 0:00 blinks on the display and the clock must be reset.
Press the % button.
Then, the Units top buttons appear.
CLOCK DOWN MULTI CONTROL
The clock may gain or lose one to two minutes per month.
Setting the Daily Timer
Once you have set the Daily Timer, the timer will be activated at the same time every day. The Timer indicator on the display shows that the Daily Timer you have set is in effect. Use the Units button to set the timer.
Press the CLOCK button on the Unit for more than two seconds.
The hour digit of the time indication rapidly blinks on the display.
Press the or 4 button on the Unit to set the hour.
Pressing the button moves the time forwards and pressing the 4 button moves it backwards. Hold down the button to move the time rapidly.
Perform each setting within 30 seconds. Otherwise, setting will be cleared and the procedure must be repeated from the beginning.
Press the CLOCK button.
The minute digits of the time indication rapidly blink on the display.
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Setting the ON time (Example: 10:15).
1. Press the TIMER button on the Unit for more than two seconds. The Timer indicator lights up and the hour digit of the current ON time blinks on the display. When the clock is not set, CLOCK and ADJUST appear alternately on the display. Set the clock first.
Set the minute you want the Unit to be turned off, using the and 4 buttons.
Selecting the music source.
1. Press the TIMER button. The TUNER or CD blinks on the display. 2. Press the or 4 button to select the music source you want to listen to. The display changes as shown below. TUNERCD(back to the beginning)
Press the or 4 button on the Unit to set the hour you want the Unit to come on. Pressing the button moves the time forwards and pressing the 4 button moves it backwards. Hold down the button to move the time rapidly.
Setting the volume level.
1. Press the TIMER button. The current volume setting blinks on the display. 2. Press the or 4 button to select the volume level. -:The current volume level will be used. 0 to 50 :When the timer is turned on, the Volume will be automatically set to the selected level.
In general, you will have the best performance by keeping your CDs and the mechanism clean. Store CDs in their cases, and keep them in cabinets or on shelves. Keep the Systems Top Cover closed when not in use.
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If you are having a problem with your System, check this list for a possible solution before calling for service. If you cannot solve the problem from the hints given here, or the System has been physically damaged, call a qualified person, such as your dealer, for service. Action Check all connections and make corrections. (See pages 4 to 8.) Disconnect the headphones. Reconnect the antenna securely. Change the position and direction of the AM Loop Antenna. Extend FM Wire Antenna to the best reception position. Clean or replace the CD. Put the CD in with the label side up. Remove the obstruction. Replace the batteries. Unplug the System then plug it back in after a few minutes.
Symptom No sound is heard.
Possible Cause Connections are incorrect, or loose. Headphones are connected.
Poor radio reception
The antenna is disconnected. The AM Loop Antenna is too close to the System. The FM Wire Antenna is not properly extended and positioned. The CD is dirty or scratched. The CD is upside down. The path between the Remote Control and the sensor on the Unit is blocked. The batteries have lost their charge. The built-in microprocessor has malfunctioned due to external electrical interference.
The CD skips. The CD does not play. Unable to operate the Remote Control.
Operations are disabled.
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Amplifier Output Power 38 W (19 W + 19 W) at 4 ohms (Max.) 30 W (15 W + 15 W) at 4 ohms (10% THD) Input Sensitivity/Impedance (1 kHz) MD/AUX IN 500 mV/47 kohms Output Sensitivity/Impedance (1 kHz) MD/AUX OUT 500 mV/5 kohms CD DIGITAL OUT (Optical out) 21 dBm - 15 dBm Speaker terminals 4 - 16 ohms Subwoofer out 230mV/19kohms Phones 16 ohms - 1 kohm 0 - 15 mW/ch output into 32 ohms CD Player Signal-To-Noise Ratio 90 dB Wow And Flutter Unmeasurable Tuner FM Tuner Tuning Range 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz AM Tuner Tuning Range (MW) 522 kHz 1, 629kHz (LW) 144 kHz 288kHz Center Unit (FS-SD5R/SD7R/SD9R) Dimensions 300mm ! 75mm ! 215mm (W/H/D) Mass Approx. 3.0kg Speaker Specifications (each unit) FS-SD5R Speakers Impedance Dimensions Mass FS-SD7R Speakers Impedance Dimensions Mass FS-SD9R Speakers Impedance Dimensions Mass Accessories Power Cord (1) AM Loop Antenna (1) Remote Control (1) Batteries R6P (SUM-3)/AA (15F) (2) FM Wire Antenna (1) Speaker Cords (2) Spacers (6) (only for FS-SD7R/SD9R) Power Specifications Power Requirements AC 230 V ~ , 50 Hz Power Consumption 25 watts (power on mode) 1.9 watts (in Standby mode) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
8 cm cone 4 ohms 100mm ! 186mm ! 193.5mm (W/H/D) 1.5kg 8 cm cone 4 ohms 137mm ! 231mm ! 141mm (W/H/D) 1.4kg 8 cm cone 4 ohms 135mm ! 231mm ! 141mm (W/H/D) 1.4kg
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Auch: BX20 / BX25
+Suplement Auch: RD-T5RBU
RV-B55 /GY/BU/LTD RV-B550BU RV-B70GY/AG RV-B90AG/GY RV-B99 RV-DP100BK RV-DP200BK RX-206BK/RX-207TN RX-222BK/LBK RX-230RBK RX-306BK/RX-307TN RX-430VBK RX-5000BK RX-5022RSL RX-506VBK/RC-507VTN RX-530RBK RX-554RBK(E) RX-558VBK RX-5THRBK RX-6010RBK RX-630RBK RX-668VBK RX-7000RBK RX-701VBK(VLBK) RX-730RBK RX-774RBK RX-777VBK/VSBK/VLBK RX-807VTN RX-884RBK RX-950VBK SEA-20 SEA-20G SEA-22 (B) SEA-40 SEA-50 SEA-66 SEA-70 SEA-7070 SEA-80 SEA-M770BK SEA-M9B SP-D672E SP-E11BK SP-E33BKE SP-E73BK(E) SP-E76BK SP-E77BK SP-E97TN SP-ES5 SP-MD9(E) SP-PW3000 SP-PW880 SP-T325 SX-L3WD SX-LC3WD 4 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2,5 1,1,5 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-1-2 1,5 1-2 1-2 2-3 1,5 1-2 1-1-2 1-2 1,5 2,2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 J12 J3 J5 J10 J10 J3 J9 A10010 A10028 A10007 A10010 A10007 J18 J5 A10010 A10006 J5 J5 A10006 J5 A10024 J5 J5 J15 A10024 J5 A10037 J13 J5 A10027 A10033 A10033 J4 J13 A10033 J18 A10033 A10033 A10033 A10027 J4 J5 J2 J2 J18 J4 J2 J4 J4 J5 J1 J5 J5 J5 J5 1,00 1,50 1,50 2,00 1,50 1,50 1,00 1,50 1,0 1,0 1,50 1,50 2,00 1,00 Auch: 5020RBK 1,50 1,50 2,50 2,50 Auch: RX-558RBK 1,50 1,00 Auch: 6012RSL 2,0 2,50 Auch: 668RBK/667VBK 1,00 2,00 2,5 2,50 1,0 +Suplement 3,50 2,50 1,0 1,0 1,0 2,50 3,00 1,50 2,4,2,0 2,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 1,00 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50
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