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Activating TA/PTY Standby Reception
TA Standby Reception
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When / appears on the display, you can move to the other lists by pressing number button 5 or 6 repeatedly.
either lights up or flashes on the display. If lights up, the unit temporarily will switch to Traffic Announcement (TA), if available, from any source other than AM. The volume changes to the preset TA volume level if the current level is lower than the preset level (see page 30). If flashes, TA Standby reception is not yet activated. Tune in to another station providing the RDS signals. To deactivate TA Standby Reception, press T/P again. goes off.
When a DAB tuner is connected, TA/PTY Standby Reception also searches for services. (See also page 23.) The unit will not switch to Traffic Announcement or PTY programme when a call connection is established through BT-PHONE.
Tracing the same programme Network-Tracking Reception
When driving in an area where FM reception is not sufficient enough, this unit automatically tunes in to another FM RDS station of the same network, possibly broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals (see the illustration below). Programme A broadcasting on different frequency areas (01 05)
PTY Standby Reception
Select a PTY code. When shipped from the factory, Network-Tracking Reception is activated. To change the Network-Tracking Reception setting, see AF-Regnl on page 30. When the DAB tuner is connected, refer to Tracing the same programmeAlternative Frequency Reception (DAB AF) on page 24.
either lights up or flashes on the display. If lights up, the unit temporarily will switch to your favorite PTY programme from any source other than AM. If flashes, PTY Standby reception is not yet activated. Tune in to another station (or service) providing the RDS signals. To deactivate PTY Standby Reception, select Off in step 2. goes off.
Automatic station selection Programme Search
Usually when you press the number buttons, the preset station is tuned in. If the signals from the FM RDS preset station are not sufficient for good reception, this unit, using the AF data, tunes in to another frequency broadcasting the same programme as the original preset station is broadcasting. The unit takes some time to tune in to another station using programme search. See also page 30.
Ex.: When File is selected in step 3 You can move to the other lists by pressing number button 5 ( ) or 6 ( ) repeatedly.
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Listening to the USB device
You can connect a USB mass storage class device such as a USB memory, Digital Audio Player *, portable HDD, etc. to the unit. You can also connect an Apple iPod to the USB input jack. For details of the operations, see pages 20 and 21. This unit can play MP3/WMA/WMA-DRM10 */WAV tracks stored in a USB device. * You can connect both MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) devices and USB mass storage class devices. See also page 36. All tracks will be played repeatedly until you change the source or detach the USB device.
USB input jack
If a USB device has been attached. Playback starts from where it has been stopped previously. If a different USB device is currently attached, playback starts from the beginning.
Avoid using the USB device if it might hinder your safety driving. Do not pull out and attach the USB device repeatedly while Reading is shown on the display. Do not start the car engine if a USB device is connected. This unit may not be able to play the files depending on the type of USB device. Operation and power supply may not work as intended for some USB devices. You cannot connect a computer to the USB input terminal of the unit. Make sure all important data has been backed up to avoid losing the data. Do not leave a USB device in the car, expose to direct sunlight, or high temperature to avoid deformation or cause damages to the device. Some USB devices may not work immediately after you turn on the power. For more details about USB operations, see page 36.
To stop play and detach the USB device
Straightly pull it out from the unit. Press SOURCE to listen to another playback source. You can operate the USB device in the same way you operate the files on a disc. (See pages 11 and 12.) You can listen to WAV files by following the MP3/ WMA files operations listed on pages 11 and 12.
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4 Confirm the entry.
Open. flashes on the display.
For available devices. 1 Enter the specific PIN code of the device to the unit. Refer to the instructions supplied with the device to check the PIN code. 2 Use the Bluetooth device to connect. Now connection is established and you can use the device through the unit. For special device. Use Open or Search to connect.
Use the Bluetooth device to search and connect. On the device to be connected, enter the same PIN code you have just entered for this unit. Connected (and device name) appears on the display. Now connection is established and you can use the device through the unit.
Connecting/disconnecting/deleting a registered device
The device remains registered even after you disconnect the device. Use Connect (or activate Auto Connect) to connect the same device from next time on. (See the following and page 33.)
Connecting a device
Perform steps on page 14, then.
Select a registered device you want to connect/disconnect/delete.
Select Search to search for available devices. The unit searches and displays the list of the available devices. If no available device is detected, Device Not Found appears. Select Special to connect a special device. The unit displays the list of the preset devices.
Select Connect or Disconnect to connect/disconnect the selected device.
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Select Delete, then confirm the selection.
Press number button 3 to select No or return to the previous screen.
You can set the unit to connect the Bluetooth device automatically when the unit is turned on. (See Auto Connect on page 33.)
Using the Bluetooth cellular phone
Enter Bluetooth menu. Establish the connection with a device, then make a call (or settings using the Bluetooth menu). When an SMS comes in.
If the cellular phone is compatible with SMS (Short Message Service) and Message Info is set to Auto (see page 33), the unit rings and Received Message appears on the display to inform you of the message arrival.
When a call comes in.
The source is automatically changed to BT-PHONE. When Auto Answer is activated. The unit answers the incoming calls automatically, see page 33. When Auto Answer is deactivated, press any /control dial) to answer the button (except incoming call. To end the call Hold any button (except
You can adjust the microphone volume level (see page 33).
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Making a call
You can make a call using one of the Dial Menu items. When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3.
* Displayed only when your cellular phone is equipped with these functions. If not displayed, try to transfer the phone book memory of the cellular phone to this unit. (Refer to the instruction manual supplied with your cellular phone.) With some cellular phones, the phone book memory is transferred automatically.
Select the name/phone number you want to call.
Select Dial Menu.
How to enter phone number
Select a number.
Select the method to make a call.
Move the entry position. Redial *: Shows the list of the phone numbers you have dialed. Go to the following step. Received *: Shows the list of the received calls. Go to the following step. Phonebook *: Shows the phone book of the connected cellular phone. Go to the following step. Missed *: Shows the list of the missed calls. Go to the following step. Number: Shows the phone number entry screen. See How to enter phone number on the right column. Voice Dial (Only accessible when the connected cellular phone has the voice recognition system): Speak the name (registered words) you want to call.
Confirm the entry.
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Using voice command
Say. appears on the display.
Select a phone number. You can also enter a new phone number (see also How to enter phone number on page 17) to store. Select a preset number to store.
Speak the name (registered words) you want to call. You can also use voice command from the Dial Menu. Select Voice Dial from the Dial Menu. If your cellular phone does not support the voice recognition system, Error appears on the display.
To call a preset number
While in Bluetooth phone.
Presetting the phone number
You can preset up to six phone numbers. is shown on the display, you can When move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3.
Display the phone number you want to preset by using one of the Dial Menu items.
Using the Bluetooth audio player
Operations and display indications differ depending on their availability on the connected audio player.
If playback does not start automatically, operate the Bluetooth audio player to start playback.
Reverse skip/forward skip Start/pause playback Enter setting menu (Device list)
Refer also to pages 15 and 16 for connecting/ disconnecting/deleting a registered device. Bluetooth Information: If you wish to receive more information about Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: <http:// www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/car/>.
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Listening to the CD changer
It is recommended to use a JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. You can connect a CD changer to the CD changer jack on the rear of the unit. You can only play conventional CDs (including CD Text) and MP3 discs. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting, see page 30.
Select a disc to start playing.
[Press] For selecting disc number 1 6. [Hold] For selecting disc number 7 12.
[Press] Select track [Hold] Reverse/fast-forward track * MP3: Select folders
After pressing M MODE, press the following buttons to. Skip 10 tracks MP3: Within the same folder Repeat Track: Repeat current track Repeat Folder: MP3: Repeat all tracks of current folder Repeat Disc: Repeat all tracks of the current disc Random Folder: MP3: Randomly play all tracks of the current folder, then tracks of the next folder Random Disc: Randomly play all tracks of current disc Random All: Randomly play all tracks of the discs in the magazine You can also cancel the playback mode by selecting ). Off or press number button 4 (
* By holding either one of the buttons, you can display the Disc List (see page 12).
To select a disc/folder/track on the list
See Selecting a folder/track on the list (only for MP3/ WMA file) on page 12. Select Disc in step 3 to display the Disc List of the CD changer.
You can change PSM (Preferred Setting Mode) items listed in the table below and on pages 29 31.
Adjust the selected PSM item.
Enter the PSM settings.
Select a PSM category.
Repeat steps to adjust other PSM items if necessary. Finish the procedure.
To display the rest
Select a PSM item.
By pressing either one of the buttons repeatedly, you can also move to the item of the other categories.
Category Indication Demo Display demonstration LevelMeter Audio level meter Clock Disp*1 Clock display
Item ( : Initial) On Off Meter 1 Meter 2 On
Setting, [reference page] : Display demonstration will be activated automatically if no operation is done for about 20 seconds, . : Cancels. : Select the different level meter patterns. Press DISP to show the selected level meter. : Clock time is shown on the display when the power is turned off. : Cancels; pressing DISP will show the clock time for about 5 seconds when the power is turned off, .
*1 If the power supply is not interrupted by turning off the ignition key of your car, it is recommended to select Off to save the cars battery.
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Category Indication Clock Hr Hour adjustment
Item ( : Initial) (1 12AM/ 1 12PM) 00 59
Setting, [reference page] : Initial: 0 (0:00AM), .
Clock Min Minute adjustment 24H/12H 12Hours Time display mode 24Hours Clock Adj Auto Clock adjustment Off Scroll *2 Once Scroll Auto
: Initial: 00 (0:00AM), . : See also page 4 for setting. : The built-in clock is automatically adjusted using the CT (clock time) data in the RDS signal. : Cancels. : For track information: scrolls the track information only once. For DAB text: scrolls the detailed DAB text. : For track information: repeats the scroll (in 5-second intervals). For DAB text: scrolls the detailed DAB text. : For track information: cancels. For DAB text: shows only headline if any. Pressing DISP for more than one second can scroll the display regardless of the setting. : Dims the display when you turn on the headlights. : Cancels. : Dims the display and button illumination. : Set the timer for dimmer, . Any hour Any hour : Initial: 18 7. : Adjust the display contrast to make the display indications clear and legible. : Positive pattern will be selected during the day time *4; while negative pattern will be used during the night time *4. : Positive pattern of the display. : Negative pattern of the display. : Shows the tag while playing MP3/WMA/WAV tracks. : Cancels.
Auto Off On Time Set
From To *3 Contrast Contrast LCD Type Display type
18 Initial: 5 Auto
Tag Tag display
Positive Negative On Off
*2 Some characters or symbols will not be shown correctly (or will be blanked) on the display. *3 Adjustable only when Dimmer is set to Time Set. *4 Depends on the Dimmer setting. Continued on the next page
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Item ( : Initial) AF
Setting, [reference page] : When the currently received signals become weak, the unit switches to another station or service (the programme may differ from the one currently received), . : When the currently received signals become weak, the unit switches to another station broadcasting the same programme. : Cancels (not selectable when DAB AF is set to On). : Initial: Volume 15
AF-Regnl Alternative frequency/ regionalization reception TA Volume Traffic announcement volume P-Search Programme search IF Band Intermediate frequency band DAB AF *6 Alternative frequency reception Ext Input *7 External input Telephone Telephone muting AUDIO AudioBooks *8 Speed control of Audiobook L/O Mode Line output mode
Off Volume 0 Volume 30 Volume 0 Volume 50 *5 On : Activates Programme Search, . Off : Cancels. Auto Wide On Off Changer Ext In Muting1/ Muting2 Off Normal Faster Slower Rear
: Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noises between adjacent stations. (Stereo effect may be lost.) : Subject to interference noises from adjacent stations, but sound quality will not be degraded and the stereo effect will remain. : Traces the programme among DAB services and FM RDS stations, . : Cancels. : To use a JVC CD changer, , JVC DAB tuner, , or an Apple iPod, . : To use any other external component, . : Select either one which mutes the sounds while using a cellular phone. : Cancels. Playback pauses/mutes while telephone muting is working. : You can select the playback speed of the Audiobook sound file in your iPod. Initial selected item depends on your iPod setting. : Select if the REAR LINE OUT terminals are used for connecting the rear speakers (through an external amplifier). : Select if the REAR LINE OUT terminals are used for connecting a subwoofer (through an external amplifier).
*5 *6 *7 *8
Depends on the amplifier gain control. Displayed only when DAB tuner is connected. Displayed only when one of the following sources is selectedTUNER, DAB, CD, USB, or Bluetooth. Displayed only when an iPod is connected to the USB input jack and playback is controlled from the unit.
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Category Indication Amp Gain Amplifier gain control Color Sel Color selection AUDIO
Item Setting, [reference page] ( : Initial)
High PWR : Volume 00 Volume 50 Low PWR : Volume 00 Volume 30 (Select if the maximum power of each speaker is less than 50 W to prevent damaging the speaker.) Initial: All : Select your favorite display color for each source (or for all Source; sources), [31, 32]. Color: Pale Color Set : Create your own colors, and select them for the display color, Color setting . Day Color : User color during the day time *9. NightColor : User color during the night time *9. Red : Initial: Day Color: 07, NightColor: 05 Green : Initial: Day Color: 07, NightColor: 05 Blue : Initial: Day Color: 07, NightColor: 05 Key Illum Red : You can select the button illumination according to your Illumination switch Green preference. *9 Depends on the Dimmer setting. COLOR
Setting the time for dimmer
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 28. In step 2, select DISP. In step 3, select Dimmer. Select Time Set.
Changing the display color
You can select your favorite display color for each source (or all sources). When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3 or 6.
Setting the display color
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 28. In step 2, select COLOR. In step 3, select Color Sel.
Adjust the dimmer start time. 1 Turn the control dial to set the dimmer start time. 2 Press to select To. Then, turn the control dial to set the dimmer end time.
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Creating your own colorUser Color
You can create your own colorsDay Color or NightColor.
Select a source.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 28. In step 2, select COLOR. In step 3, select Color Set. Select Day Color or NightColor.
All Source *1 CD Changer *3 (or Ext In *2) USB *3 FM AM DAB *3 iPod *3 Aux In BT Phone*3 BT Audio*3 (back to the beginning) *1 When you select All Source, you can use the same color for all the sources. *2 Depends on the Ext Input setting, see page 30. *3 Displayed only when the target component is connected.
Select a primary color.
Select a color.
Adjust the level (00 to 11) of the selected primary color.
Playing an MP3/WMA disc
This unit can play back MP3/WMA files with the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> (regardless of the letter caseupper/lower). This unit can show the names of albums, artists (performer), and Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for WMA files.
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If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds, the disc is automatically inserted again into the loading slot again to protect it from dust. Playback starts automatically.
This unit can display only one-byte characters. No other characters can be correctly displayed. This unit can play back MP3/WMA files meeting the conditions below: MP3: Bit rate: 8 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz, 12 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 8 kHz WMA: Bit rate: 32 kbps 192 kbps Sampling frequency: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz Disc format: ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Romeo, Joliet, Windows long file name The maximum number of characters for file/folder names vary depending on the disc format used (includes 4 extension characters<.mp3> or <.wma>). ISO 9660 Level 1: up to 12 characters ISO 9660 Level 2: up to 31 characters Romeo *: up to 128 characters Joliet *: up to 64 characters Windows long file name *: up to 128 characters * The parenthetic figure is the maximum number of characters for file/folder names in case the total number of files and folders is 271 or more. This unit can recognize a total of 512 files, 200 folders, and 8 hierarchical levels. This unit can play back files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate). Files recorded in VBR have a discrepancy in the elapsed time display, and do not show the actual elapsed time. In particular, this difference becomes noticeable after performing the search function. This unit cannot play back the following files: MP3 files encoded in MP3i and MP3 PRO format. MP3 files encoded in an inappropriate format. MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2. WMA files encoded in lossless, professional, and voice format. WMA files which are not based upon Windows Media Audio.
WMA files copy-protected with DRM. Files which have data such as AIFF, ATRAC3, etc. The search function works but search speed is not constant.
Playing MP3/WMA/WAV tracks from a USB device
Connecting a USB device automatically changes the source to USB. While playing from a USB device, the playback order may differ from the one from other players. This unit may be unable to play back some USB devices or some files due to their characteristics or recording conditions. Depending on the shape of the USB devices and connection ports, some USB devices may not be attached properly or the connection might be loose. When connecting a USB mass storage class device, refer also to its instructions. Connect one USB mass storage class device to the unit at a time. Do not use a USB hub. You can connect two types of USB device to this unitMTP device and Mass storage class device. If you connect an MTP device featuring USB digital media streaming to this unit, you can play back the WMA-DRM10 (Digital Right Management) files purchased through the music distributing web sites, through this unit. This unit is compatible with the USB Full-Speed. If the connected USB device does not have the correct files, No File appears. This unit can show ID3 Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 and WMA/WAV Tag. This unit can play back MP3/WMA/WAV files meeting the conditions below: MP3: Bit rate: 32 kbps 320 kbps (MPEG-1) 8 kbps 160 kbps (MPEG-2) Sampling frequency: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for MPEG-1) 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for MPEG-2)
Icons for phone types
These icons indicate the phone type set on the device: : Cellular phone : Household phone : Office : General : Other than above : Unknown
Warning messages for Bluetooth operations
Connection Error: The device is registered but the connection has failed. Use Connect to connect the device again. (See page 15.) Error Try the operation again. If Error appears again, check if the device supports the function you have tried. Device Not Found No available Bluetooth device is detected by Search. Loading. The unit is updating the phone book and/or text messages. Please Wait. The unit is preparing to use the Bluetooth function. If the message does not disappear, turn off and turn on the unit, then connect the device again (or reset the unit). Reset 08 Check the connection between the adapter and this unit.
Only the primary DAB service can be preset even when you store a secondary service. Continued on the next page
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The song order displayed on the selection menu of this unit may differ from that of the iPod. If playback is stopped, select a track from the selection menu or press BAND to play back the same track again. The text information may not be displayed correctly: Some characters such as accented letters cannot be shown correctly on the display. Communication between the iPod and the unit is not stable. If the text information includes more than 16 characters, it scrolls on the display. This unit can display up to 128 characters. Notice: When operating an iPod, some operations may not be performed correctly or as intended. In this case, visit the following JVC web site: <http://www.jvc. co.jp/english/car/support/ks-pd100/index.html>
If you change the Amp Gain setting from High PWR to Low PWR while the volume level is set higher than Volume 30, the unit automatically changes the volume level to Volume 30.
Numbers and symbols
Auto setting for Dimmer may not work correctly on some vehicles, particularly on those having a control dial for dimming. In this case, change the Dimmer setting to any other than Auto. If LCD Type is set to Auto, the display pattern will change to the Positive or Negative pattern depending on the Dimmer setting. Available PTY codes News, Affairs, Info, Sport, Educate, Drama, Culture, Science, Varied, Pop M (music), Rock M (music), Easy M (music), Light M (music), Classics, Other M (music), Weather, Finance, Children, Social, Religion, Phone In, Travel, Leisure, Jazz, Country, Nation M (music), Oldies, Folk M (music), Document
Remedies/Causes The unit can be connected with one Bluetooth cellular phone and one Bluetooth audio device at a time. While connecting a device, this unit cannot be detected from another device. Disconnect currently connected device and search again. Check the Bluetooth setting of the device. Search from the Bluetooth device. After the device detects the unit, select Open. on the unit to connect the device. (See page 14.) Enter the same PIN code for both the unit and target device. Select the device name from Special, then try to connect again. (See page 15.) Reduce the distance between the unit and the Bluetooth cellular phone. Move the car to a place where you can get a better signal reception. Reduce the distance between the unit and the Bluetooth audio player. Disconnect the device connected for BT-PHONE. Turn off, then turn on the unit. Connect the player again, when the sound is not yet restored. Check whether the connected audio player supports AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile). (Operations depend on the connected audio player.) Insert a disc into the magazine. Insert the magazine. Connect this unit and the CD changer correctly and press the reset button of the CD changer. Press the reset button of the CD changer. Reset the unit (see page 3).
The unit does not detect the Bluetooth device.
The unit does not make pairing with the Bluetooth device. Bluetooth
Phone sound quality is poor.
The sound is interrupted or skipped during playback of a Bluetooth audio player.
The connected audio player cannot be controlled. No Disc appears on the display. No Magazine appears on the display. CD changer Reset 08 appears on the display. Reset 01 Reset 07 appears on the display. The CD changer does not work at all.
Remedies/Causes Move to an area with stronger signals. Connect this unit and the DAB tuner correctly and reset the unit (see page 3). Check the cords and connections. Reconnect this unit and the DAB tuner correctly and reset the unit (see page 3).
When removing a disc from its case, Center holder press down the center holder of the case and lift the disc out, holding it by the edges. Always hold the disc by the edges. Do not touch its recording surface. When storing a disc in its case, gently insert the disc around the center holder (with the printed surface facing up). Make sure to store discs in cases after use.
Sticker and sticker residue Stick-on label
Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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Maximum Power Output: Continuous Power Output (RMS): Load Impedance: Front/Rear: Front/Rear: 50 W per channel 19 W per channel into 4 , 40 Hz to Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion 4 (4 to 8 allowance) Bass: Mid-range Treble: Frequency Response: Signal to Noise Ratio: Audio Output Level: Line-Out Level/Impedance: Output Impedance: Subwoofer-Out Level/Impedance: Other Terminals: 12 dB (60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 200 Hz) 12 dB (500 Hz, 1.0 kHz, 1.5 kHz, 2.5 kHz) 12 dB (10.0 kHz, 12.5 kHz, 15.0 kHz, 17.5 kHz) 40 Hz to Hz 70 dB 2.5 V/20 k load (full scale) 1 k 2.5 V /20 k load (full scale)
AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
Tone Control Range:
CD changer jack, AUX (auxiliary) input jack, USB input jack, Aerial input, Steering wheel remote input
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz MW: 522 kHz to kHz LW: 144 kHz to 279 kHz 11.3 dBf (1.0 V/75 ) 16.3 dBf (1.8 V/75 )
Usable Sensitivity: 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz): 65 dB Frequency Response: Stereo Separation: MW Tuner: LW Tuner: Sensitivity/Selectivity: Sensitivity: 40 Hz to Hz 30 dB 20 V/35 dB 50 V
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Type: Signal Detection System: Number of Channels:
Compact disc player
2 channels (stereo) 5 Hz to Hz 96 dB 98 dB Less than measurable limit Max. Bit Rate: Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps 320 kbps
CD PLAYER SECTION
Frequency Response: Dynamic Range: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Wow and Flutter: MP3 Decoding Format: (MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media Audio) Decoding Format:
USB Standard: Data Transfer Rate (Full Speed): Full Speed: Low Speed: Compatible Device: Compatible File System: Playable Audio Format: Max. Current:
USB 1.1, USB 2.0 Max. 12 Mbps Max. 1.5 Mbps Mass storage class FAT 32/16/12 MP3/WMA/WAV 500 mA/5V
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