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|lithium||4:58pm on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|very expensive for its use and low sound output small sized, many functions limited equalizer, sound not good, cd door doesnt operate well.|
|miguelle||8:43am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|Was able to put it high on a shelf, out of the way. With a thumb drive and the remote control. Considering the list price I thought it would be better.|
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MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
Consists of CA-UXG4 and SP-UXG4 Consists of CA-UXG3 and SP-UXG3
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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 nonetheless 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: 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 DOUBTCONSULT A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely (all lamps (STANDBY/ON) button in any and indications go off). The position does not disconnect the mains line. When the unit is on standby, the STANDBY lamp lights red. When the unit is turned on, the STANDBY lamp goes off. The power can be remote controlled.
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.
Do not block the ventilation openings or holes. (If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.) Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the apparatus. When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly. Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. 3. CAUTION: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 4. REPRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED INSIDE THE UNIT.
If anything goes wrong, unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer.
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Location of the Buttons and Controls.. 3
Main Unit.... 3 Remote Control... 5
Getting Started... 6
Unpacking... Connecting AM (MW) and FM Antennas.. Connecting Speakers... Connecting Other Equipment.. Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control. Setting the Clock... Turning On the Power... Turning Off the Unit Automatically (Auto Standby). Selecting the Source... Adjusting the Volume... Fade-Out Muting (FADE MUTING).. Selecting the Sound Modes.. Reinforcing the Bass Sound.. Checking the Clock Time During Play.. Playing Back the Entire DiscNormal Play. Basic Disc Operations... Programming the Track Playing OrderProgram Play. Repeating TracksRepeat Play... Playing at RandomRandom Play... Displaying the Remaining Time during Playback. 9 9
Common Operations.. 8
Playing Back Discs... 10
Playing Back Tapes... 14
Playing Back a Tape... 14
Listening to FM and AM (MW) Broadcasts.. 15
Tuning in to a Station.. Presetting Stations.. Tuning in to a Preset Station... Receiving FM Stations with RDS.. Changing the RDS Information.. Searching for Programs by PTY Codes (PTY Search). 16 17
Using an External Equipment.. 18
Listening to the External Equipment.. 18
Recording on a Tape... 19 Recording DiscsDisc Synchronized Recording. 20
Using the Timers.. 21
Using Daily Timer and Recording Timer.. 21 Using Snooze Timer... 22 Using Sleep Timer.. 23
Maintenance... 24 Troubleshooting... 25 Specifications.. 26
Location of the Buttons and Controls
Become familiar with the buttons and controls on your unit.
D A I L Y
T I M E R / S N O O Z E
CD TAPE FM/AM AUX
DOWN UP AUX REC
REC SLEEP SNOOZE MONO ST ON OFF DAILY 123 ALL GR. PRGM RANDOM RDS
MP3 SOUND BASS REC MHz kHz TOTAL REMAIN A.STANDBY
See pages in parentheses for details.
7 Disc cover (10) ) OPEN (disc cover open) (10) DAILY TIMER/SNOOZE button (22) Remote sensor (5) STANDBY lamp (8) (STANDBY/ON) button (8) Source buttons CD #8, TAPE , FM/AM, AUX Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the unit. PHONES jack (9) Multi control buttons DOWN 4, 7, UP Cassette holder (14, 19, 20) Display window VOLUME + / control (9) AUX jack (7, 18) REC button (19, 20) PUSH OPEN (14, 19)
9 p q w e r t y u i o ; a s DAILY 1/2/3 (timer number) indicator (timer) indicator ON/OFF (timer on-time/off-time) indicators REC (recording timer) indicator (group folder) indicator SLEEP indicator SNOOZE indicator FM mode indicators MONO, ST (stereo) MP3 indicator SOUND indicator BASS indicator REC (recording) indicator (tape direction) indicator Repeat indicators , ALL, GR. (group) (reverse mode) indicator PRGM (program) indicator RANDOM indicator RDS indicator Main display Remain indicators TOTAL, REMAIN A.STANDBY indicator Frequency indicators MHz, kHz
About the supplied FM antenna The FM antenna supplied with this unit can be used as temporary measure. If reception is poor, you can connect an outdoor FM antenna. IMPORTANT: Use only speakers with the same speaker impedance as indicated by the speaker terminals on the rear of the unit. DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal.
To connect an outdoor FM antenna
Before connecting the antenna, disconnect the supplied FM antenna.
Outdoor FM antenna (not supplied) Coaxial cable (not supplied)
A 75 antenna with coaxial type connector (IEC or DIN 45325) should be used.
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To remove the speaker grilles
The speaker grilles are removable as the illustration below.
Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control
Insert the batteriesR03(UM-4)/AAA(24F)into the remote control by matching the polarity (+ and ) on the batteries with the + and marking on the battery compartment. When the remote control can no longer operate the unit, replace both batteries at the same time.
To remove the speaker grille, insert your fingers around the projection at the top of the speaker grille, then pull gently towards you while holding the side. Do the same for the rest of projections one at a time. To attach the speaker grille, put the projections of the speaker grille into the holes of the speaker.
Connecting Other Equipment
To connect an audio equipment
You can connect audio equipmentused only as a playback device.
DO NOT connect any equipment while the power is on. DO NOT plug in any equipment until all connections are complete.
For playing other equipment through this unit, connect between the audio output jacks on the other equipment and AUX jack by using audio cords with mini plugs (not supplied).
To audio output OR
To Audio equipment
To audio output
When the audio equipment has pin jacks for audio output: Be sure that the pin plugs of the audio cords are colored white plugs and jacks are for left audio signals, and red ones for right audio signals.
DO NOT use an old battery together with a new one. DO NOT use different types of batteries together. DO NOT expose batteries to heat or flame. DO NOT leave the batteries in the battery compartment when you are not going to use the remote control for an extended period of time. Otherwise, the remote control will be damaged from battery leakage.
Current track Elapsed playing time number Current track Elapsed number playing time
The disc automatically stops when the last track has finished playing.
While READING appears on the display You cannot make any operation until the unit finishes reading the disc. While playing back an MP3 disc ID3 Tag information (the name of the title, artist, and album up to 30 characters) will be shown on the display. When the name is too long to be displayed at once, it is scrolled. This unit supports ID3 Tag ver. 1.0.
In general, you will have the best performance by keeping your discs and the mechanism clean. Store discs in their cases, and keep them in cabinets or on shelves. Keep the units disc cover closed when not in use. Continued use of irregular shape discs (heart-shape, octagonal, etc.) can damage the unit.
To stop playing, press 7. The total track (or group) number and total playing time appear on the display.
When stop playing audio CD:
When stop playing MP3 disc: Group folder indicator
Caution for DualDisc playback The Non-DVD side of a DualDisc does not comply with the Compact Disc Digital Audio standard. Therefore, the use of Non-DVD side of a DualDisc on this product may not be recommended.
Total track Total playing number time
Total group number
Total track number
Total playing time does not appear when MP3 disc is loaded.
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Tag To remove the disc, press ) OPEN on the unit, then take out the disc by holding it at the edges while pressing the units pivot lightly.
To locate a particular point in a track
During play, press and hold or 4 (or UP or DOWN 4 on the unit). (UP ): Fast-forwards the tracks. 4 (DOWN 4): Fast-reverses the tracks.
If the disc cannot be read correctly (because it is scratched, for example) or an unreadable CD-R or CD-RW is inserted Playback will not start. If no disc is inserted NO DISC appears on the display. DO NOT open the disc cover by hand as it will be damaged.
Programming the Track Playing Order Program Play
You can arrange the order in which tracks play before you start playing. You can program up to 60 tracks.
ALL: In Normal Play, repeats all the tracks. In Program Play, repeats all the tracks in the program. : Repeats one track.
When playing back MP3 disc:
To exit from the Program Play
Press 7 during stop playback. The PRGM indicator goes off from the display.
To clear the program
Press 7 for more than 2 seconds while the PRGM indicator lights up on the display. If you press ) to remove the disc when the CD player selected as the source, the program will be also cleared.
ALL: In Normal Play, repeats all the tracks. In Program Play, repeats all the tracks in the program. GR.: In Normal Play, repeats all the tracks in a group. In Program Play and Random Play, this function is not available. : Repeats one track. In Random Play, this function is not available.
To cancel Repeat Play, press REPEAT repeatedly until the repeat indicator goes off.
While the PRGM indicator lights Auto Standby function does not take effect.
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Playing at RandomRandom Play
You can play the tracks at random.
Displaying the Remaining Time during Playback
You can display the remaining time of the current track/disc and the elapsed time of the current track/disc during playing.
On the remote control ONLY: Press RANDOM.
The RANDOM and display. indicators light up on the
On the remote control ONLY: Press REMAIN repeatedly.
When playing back audio CD:
REMAIN RDS MODE
To stop playing, press 7. To exit from Random Play, press RANDOM. The RANDOM and indicators go off. It is not possible to activate the Random Play function during Program Play.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows, and the following remain indicators light up on the display:
REMAIN TOTAL REMAIN*
Shows the remaining time of the current track. TOTAL REMAIN: Shows the remaining time of the disc. No indication: Shows the elapsed time of the current track. * Remaining time of the disc (TOTAL REMAIN) will not be displayed in the following cases: During Random Play. During Program Play.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows:
ID3 Tag information* Normal indication Group name/track name
* ID3 Tag information shows the name of the title, artist, and album in sequence. Some characters may not be shown correctly. If the file does not have any information, NO INFO appears.
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Playing Back Tapes
Playing Back a Tape
You can play back type I tapes only.
If no cassette is inserted when you press TAPE NO TAPE appears on the display.
1 Press PUSH OPEN.
The cassette holder opens.
2 Put a cassette in with the exposed part of the
To fast-wind to the left or to the right, press or 4 (or UP or DOWN 4 on the unit). The tape direction indicator ( 3 or 2 ) starts flashing rapidly on the display.
To remove the cassette, press PUSH OPEN on the unit while playback is stopped.
3 Close the cassette holder gently.
To play both sidesReverse Mode
You can set the deck to play just one side of a tape, both sides once, or both sides continuously.
On the remote control ONLY: Press REV.MODE (reverse mode).
Each time you press the button, the Reverse Mode changes as follows:
When a tape is inside of the cassette holder, the tape direction indicator ( 3 ) lights up on the display.
4 Press TAPE .
Playback starts (if the unit has been on standby, the unit automatically turns on). The tape direction indicator ( 3 or 2 ) starts flashing slowly on the display. Each time you press the button, the tape direction changes: 3: plays the front side. 2: plays the reverse side. When the tape plays to the end, the deck automatically stops if the Reverse Mode is set to or. (See To play both sidesReverse Mode.)
: The deck automatically stops after playing both sides of the tape. Stops when playback in the 2 directions are finished. : The deck continues to play both sides of the tape 10 times, then stops playback automatically. : The deck automatically stops after playing one side of the tape.
DO NOT turn off the unit while playing back or recording a tape. The cassette deck or tapes may be damaged. The use of C-120 or longer tape is not recommended, since characteristic deterioration may occur and this tape easily jams in the pinch rollers and the capstans. This unit is not compatible with type II and type IV tapes.
Listening to FM and AM (MW) Broadcasts
Tuning in to a Station Presetting Stations
You can preset 30 FM and 10 AM (MW) stations manually.
1 Press FM/AM to select either FM
or AM (MW).
The unit automatically turns on and tunes in to the previously received stationeither FM or AM (MW). Each time you press the button, the band alternates between FM and AM (MW).
In some cases, test frequencies have been already stored for the tuner since the factory examined the tuner preset function before shipment. This is not a malfunction. You can preset the stations you want into memory by following the presetting method. There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is canceled before you finish, start again from step 2.
If the station previously selected is stored in a preset number, the preset number will appear instead of FM or AM (MW).
1 Tune in to the station you want to preset.
See Tuning in to a Station on the left column.
2 Press and hold or 4 (or
UP or DOWN 4 on the unit) for more than 1 second.
2 Press SET.
00 starts flashing on the display.
(UP ): Increases the frequencies. 4 (DOWN 4): Decreases the frequencies. The unit starts searching for stations and stops when a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in. If an FM program is broadcast in stereo, the ST (stereo) indicator lights up on the display (only when the reception is good). To stop during searching, press or 4 (or UP or DOWN 4 on the unit).
When you repeatedly press or 4 (or UP or DOWN 4 on the unit) The frequency changes step by step.
3 Press PRESET GROUP
or PRESET GROUP to select a preset number, then press SET.
The preset station is stored in memory. Even if you do not press SET, the station will automatically be stored on the selected preset number 5 seconds later.
To change the FM reception mode
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or noisy, press FM MODE so that the MONO appears on the display. The MONO indicator also lights up. Reception will improve.
To restore the stereo effect, press FM MODE again so that STEREO appears on the display and the MONO indicator goes off. In stereo mode, you can hear stereo sound when a stereo program is broadcast. The stereo effect also restores when: Changing the band (FM or AM (MW)). Changing the station frequency. Changing the playing source. Turning off (or on) the unit.
You can also use the number button(s) 1 to select a preset number. In this case, you do not have to 4 press SET. 7 Ex.: To select a preset number 5, press 5. To select a preset number 15, press OVER, then press 1, 5. To select a preset number 20, press OVER, then press 2, 0.
4 To preset more stations, repeat steps 1 to 3
above, allocating a different preset number to each station.
Storing a new station on an already assigned number erases the previously stored one.
To reduce the beatBeat Cut
If the beats are heard, press BEAT CUT repeatedly until the beats are reduced. Each time you press the button, the display alternates between CUT-1 and CUT-2.
When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs The preset stations will remain in the unit.
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Tuning in to a Preset Station
Receiving FM Stations with RDS
RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their regular program signals. For example, the stations send their station names, as well as information about what type of program they broadcast, such as sports or music, etc. When tuned in to an FM station which provides the RDS service, PS (Program Service) appears and the RDS indicator lights up on the display. With the unit, you can receive the following types of RDS signals. PS (Program Service): Shows commonly known station names. PTY (Program Type): Shows types of broadcast programs. TEXT (Radio Text): Shows text messages the station sends.
1 Press RDS SEARCH repeatedly
until the PTY code you want appears on the display.
Each time you press the buttons, the PTY codes change as follows:
SCIENCE VARIED POP M ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL
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 = (back to the beginning)
2 Press or 4 (or UP or
DOWN 4 on the unit).
If no program is found, NO MATCH appears on the display and the unit returns to the last received station.
To stop searching any time during the process, press RDS SEARCH while searching.
LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY
While PTY Search is being carried out You cannot tune in to a station. When you want to tune in to a station, press RDS SEARCH to stop PTY Search.
NATION M OLDIES FOLK M
DOCUMENT Program concerning factual matters, presented in an investigative style. TEST ALARM Broadcasts for testing emergency broadcast equipment or receiver. Emergency announcement.
Classification of the PTY codes for some FM stations may be different from the above list on this page.
Using an External Equipment
Listening to the External Equipment
You can listen to the external equipment such as MD recorder, cassette deck, or other auxiliary. First, make sure that the external equipment is properly connected to the unit. (See page 7.) To exit AUX mode, select other source.
For operation of the external equipment Refer to its instructions.
1 Set the volume level to the minimum position. 2 Press AUX.
AUX appears on the display.
3 Start playing the external equipment. 4 Adjust the volume level to the level you want
to listen to.
It should be noted that it may be unlawful to re-record pre-recorded tapes, records, or discs without the consent of the owner of copyright in the sound or video recording, broadcast or cable program and in any literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic embodied therein. The recording level is automatically set correctly, so it is not affected by the other sound settings. Thus, during recording you can adjust the sound you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level. If recordings you have made have excessive noise or static, the unit may be too close to a TV. Increase the distance between the TV and the unit. You can only use type I tape for recording.
DO NOT turn off the unit while playing back or recording a tape. The cassette deck or tapes may be damaged. DO NOT use type II and type IV tapes since the unit is not compatible with such tapes. The use of C-120 or longer tape is not recommended, since characteristic deterioration may occur and this tape easily jams in the pinch rollers and the capstans.
3 Start playing the sourceFM, AM (MW), or
auxiliary equipment connected to AUX jack.
When the source is FM or AM (MW), tune in to the station you want to record. When recording from discs, see Recording Discs Disc Synchronized Recording on page 20.
4 Press REC (recording).
The REC indicator appears and 3 indicator lights up on the display.
5 Press TAPE .
3 indicator starts flashing and the recording starts.
If no cassette is inserted when you press REC NO TAPE appears on the display. If a protected tape is inserted when you press REC PROTECT appears on the display.
At the start and end of cassette tapes There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto. Thus, when recording from discs, FM/AM (MW) broadcasts, or external equipment, wind the leader tape first to ensure that the recording will be made without losing any music.
To stop recording for a moment, press REC. The recording is paused. To resume recording, press TAPE . To stop recording, press 7. The recording stops.
DOWN 4 7
To protect your recordings
Cassettes have two small tabs on the back to protect against unexpected erasure or re-recording. To protect your recording, remove these tabs. To re-record on a protected tape, cover the holes with adhesive tape.
To remove the cassette, press PUSH OPEN while recording is stopped.
To record on both sidesReverse Mode
On the remote control ONLY: Press REV.MODE (reverse mode) until or is lit.
When using the Reverse Mode for recording, lights up and start recording in the forward ( 3 ) direction first.
Recording on a Tape
On the unit ONLY:
To cancel the Reverse Mode, press REV.MODE repeatedly until is lit.
1 Put a recordable cassette in with the exposed
part of the tape down.
See also page 14.
If the beats are heard while recording an AM (MW) broadcast, press BEAT CUT repeatedly until the beats are reduced. Each time you press the button, the display alternates between CUT-1 and CUT-2.
2 Close the cassette holder gently.
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Recording Discs Disc Synchronized Recording
You can start disc play and recording at the same time.
To stop recording for a moment, press REC. Both the CD playback and tape recording are paused. To resume recording, press TAPE . To stop recording, press 7. The recording stops and the CD playback is paused.
2 Close the cassette holder gently. 3 Press CD /8 to select the CD
player as the source.
On the remote control ONLY: Press REV.MODE (reverse mode) repeatedly until or is lit.
4 Press 7 to stop the disc
You can make a program (see page 11) if you want.
When using the Reverse Mode for Disc Synchronized Recording, lights up and the recording starts in the forward ( 3 ) direction first. When the tape reaches its end, the CD playback is paused until the tape recording changes to the reverse direction, then the recording continues. To cancel the Reverse Mode, press REV.MODE repeatedly until is lit.
5 Press REC (recording).
REC indicator lights up on the display.
6 Press TAPE .
When making Sleep Timer settings while Recording Set enough time to allow for the disc to finish playing; otherwise, the power will go off before recording is completed.
SYNC REC appears and 3 indicator lights up on the display. CD playback and tape recording starts automatically.
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Using the Timers
There are four timers availableDaily Timer, Recording Timer, Snooze Timer, and Sleep Timer. Before using these timers, make sure the built-in clock is set correctly (see page 8).
1 Press CLOCK/TIMER repeatedly to
select the timer you want to adjust and activateDaily 1, Daily 2, Daily 3, or Rec.
Using Daily Timer and Recording Timer
You can set the timer whether the unit is on or off.
How the Timer actually works
When the on-time comes, the unit automatically turns on (the [timer] indicator flashes and continues flashing while the timer is operating). Then, when the off-time comes, the unit automatically turns off (standby). The timer setting remains in memory until you change it. When the (timer) and DAILY 1, 2, or 3 indicators are lit on the display, the timer acts as the Daily Timer. Once the timer has been set, it will be activated at the same time and automatically turns off (standby) after 60 minutes everyday until the timer is deactivated. When the (timer) and the REC indicators are lit on the display, the timer acts as the Recording Timer. After the timer-recording finishes, the details of the setting remain stored but the timer is turned off.
The timer setting and hour indication start flashing on the display. Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows:
Daily 1 Timer
ON DAILY 1
Daily 2 Timer
ON DAILY 2
Daily 3 Timer
ON DAILY 3
Before you start.
When using TUNER as the source to play, make sure to select the desired station before turning off the power. There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is canceled before you finish, start again from step 1.
2 Set the on-time you want the
unit to turn on.
(1) Press UP or DOWN to set the hour, then press SET. (2) Press UP or DOWN to set the minute, then press SET. If you want to change the time setting, press CANCEL.
If you are setting the Daily Timer, the source name starts flashing on the display. \ Go to step 4. If you are setting the Recording Timer, the OFF indicator and hour indication start flashing on the display.
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3 For the Recording Timer ONLY:
Set the off-time you want the unit to turn off.
To deactivate the timer, press and hold DAILY TIMER/SNOOZE repeatedly until (timer) and DAILY 1, 2, 3 or REC indicators go off from the display. To change the timer, repeat steps 1 to 6 on pages 21 and this page. To activate the Daily Timer again without changing the setting, press DAILY TIMER/SNOOZE on the unit repeatedly to select the timer number you want.
(1) Press UP or DOWN to set the hour, then press SET. (2) Press UP or DOWN to set the minute, then press SET. If you want to change the time setting, press CANCEL. The Recording Timer is activated. The (timer) and REC indicators light up. The display returns to the normal indication. \ Go to step 7.
4 Press UP or DOWN to select the
source to play.
When there is no playing source (either a cassette tape or a disc) inside when you select TAPE or CD The source to play is changed to TUNER when the on-time comes. If the unit is already turned on when the timer on-time comes The timer does not work. When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs The timer setting remains. Set the built-in clock and activate the timer again.
When you activate the Sleep Timer, Daily Timer and Auto Standby at the same time The unit turns off with the timer having the earliest shut-off time. If you set the Sleep Timer while playing back or recording a tape Do not shut the unit off with the Sleep Timer while a tape is running. If the unit turns off while playing back or recording a tape, the cassette deck or tapes may be damaged.
How the Sleep Timer actually works
The unit automatically turns off after the specified length of time passes.
1 Press SLEEP.
The SLEEP indicator starts flashing on the display.
Each time you press the button, the length of time changes as follows:
2 Wait for about 5 seconds after specifying the
length of time.
The SLEEP indicator remains lit on the display.
To check the remaining time until shut-off time, press SLEEP once. The remaining time until shut-off time appears for about 5 seconds. To change the shut-off time, press SLEEP repeatedly until the length of time you want appears. To cancel the setting, press SLEEP repeatedly until the SLEEP indicator goes off and display returns to the normal indication. Turning off the unit also cancels the Sleep Timer.
To get the best performance of the unit, keep your discs, tapes and mechanism clean.
In general, you will have the best performance by keeping your discs, tapes and the mechanism clean. Store discs and tapes in their cases, and keep them in cabinets or on shelves.
Handling cassette tapes
If the tape is loose in its cassette, take up the slack by inserting a pencil in one of the reels and rotating. If the tape is loose, it may get stretched, cut, or caught in the cassette. Be careful not to touch the tape surface.
Cleaning the unit
Stains on the unit Should be wiped off with a soft cloth. If the unit is heavily stained, wipe it with a cloth soaked in water-diluted neutral detergent and wrung well, then wipe clean with a dry cloth. Since the unit may deteriorate in quality, become damaged or have its paint peel off, be careful about the following: DO NOT wipe it with a rough cloth. DO NOT wipe it too vigorously. DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine. DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as an insecticide to it. DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in contact with it for a long time.
Avoid storing tapes in any of the following places: In dusty places In direct sunlight or heat In moist areas On a TV or speaker Near a magnet
Unable to operate the unit by the remote control.
Replace the batteries. (See page 7.) Signals cannot reach the remote sensor. Move closer to the unit.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Output Power: 25 W per channel, min. RMS, driven into 4 at 1 kHz with no more than 10% total harmonic distortion. (IEC268-3) Audio input sensitivity/Impedance (at 1 kHz) AUX: 500 mV/50 k Speakers Impedance: 4 16
FM tuning range: 87.50 MHz 108.00 MHz AM (MW) tuning range: 522 kHz kHz
Dynamic range: Signal-to-noise ratio: Wow and flutter: 85 dB 85 dB Immeasurable
Frequency response: Normal (type I): Wow and flutter: 100 Hz Hz 0.35% (WRMS)
Power requirement: Power consumption: AC 230 V , 50 Hz 52 W (at operation) 1.5 W (on standby) Dimensions (W/H/D) (approx.): 152 mm x 233 mm x 331 mm Mass (approx.): 4.5 kg
See page 6.
Type: Full range, bass-reflex type Speakers: 10 cm cone x1 Power handling capacity: 25 W Impedance: 4 Frequency range: 100 Hz 15 kHz Dimensions (W/H/D) (approx.): 152 mm x 233 mm x 188 mm Mass (approx.): 1.8 kg each
UX-G4/UX-G3 MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
EN 2005 Victor Company of Japan,Limited
05.2.7, 4:58 PM
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