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4. Ventilation Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the appliance and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The appliance should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. To maintain good ventilation, do not put records or a table-cloth on the appliance. Place the appliance at least 10 cm away from the walls. Do not use the appliance on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings. This appliance should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to.
10.Magnetic fields Keep the appliance away from sources of magnetic fields such as TV sets, speaker systems, radios, motorized toys or magnetized objects. 11.Cleaning Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, paint thinner, gasoline, or benzine, etc. to clean the cabinet. Use a clean dry cloth. 12.Accessories Do not place this appliance on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The appliance may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the appliance. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
5. Water and moisture The appliance should not be used near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
13.Lightning For added protection for this appliance during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the appliance due to lightning and power-line surges. 14.Abnormal smell If an abnormal smell or smoke is detected, immediately turn the power OFF and unplug the appliance from the wall outlet. Contact your dealer or nearest service center.

18.Power lines An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal. 19.AC outlets Do not connect other audio equipment with a power consumption larger than that specified to the AC outlet on the rear panel. Never connect other electrical appliances, such as an iron or toaster, to it to prevent fire or electric shock.

POWER OFF!

15.Damage requiring service The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged. B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance. C. The appliance has been exposed to rain or water. D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally by following the instruction manual. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the instruction manual as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the appliance to its normal operation. E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. F. The appliance exhibits a marked change in performance. 16.Servicing The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond that described in the instruction manual. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel. 17.Outdoor antenna grounding If an outside antenna is connected to the appliance, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper 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. See Figure.
20. Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 21. Attachment Do not use attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 22. Replacement parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 23. Safety check Upon completion of any service or repairs to this appliance, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the appliance is in proper operating condition.

To cancel :

Press the DISPLAY/DEMO key during demonstration to stop it.

DISPLAY /DEMO

To switch over the demonstration :
Turn the unit OFF (STANDBY mode) and press the DISPLAY/DEMO key. Each press of the key switches the demonstration as shown below. 1 Demo on (Demonstration executed) 2 Demo off (Demonstration canceled)

System connection

Accessories
FM indoor antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) Remote control unit (1) Batteries (R6/AA) (2) XD-6.series XD-8.series

XD-7.series

AC plug adaptor (1)
Use to adapt the plug on the power cord to the shape of the wall outlet. (Accessory only for regions where use is necesary.)
Speaker cords XD-6.series, XD-8.series (2) XD-7.series (4)

Unpacking

Unpack the unit carefully and make sure that all accessories are put aside so they will not be lost. Examine the unit for any possibility of shipping damage. If your unit is damaged or fails to operate, notify your dealer immediately. If your unit was shipped to you directly, notify the shipping company without delay. Only the consignee (the person or company receiving the unit) can file a claim against the carrier for shipping damage. We recommend that you retain the original carton and packing materials for use should you transport or ship the unit in the future. Keep this manual handy for future reference.
Provided in the speaker package
Surround speaker system (Except for XD-7.series) Surround speaker (2) Speaker cord (2) Speaker stabilizer (8) Center speaker (1) Speaker cord (1) Speaker stabilizer (4)
Connection of the system accessories

Note on Connection

Connect the components as shown in the diagram.Only plug the power cord into a power outlet once connections are completed. The rear panel configuration is variable depending on the models (countries or area).

FM indoor antenna

The accessory antenna is for temporary indoor use only. For stable signal reception we recommend using an outdoor antenna. Remove the indoor antenna if you connect one outdoors.

AM loop antenna

The supplied antenna is for indoor use. Place it as far as possible from the main system, TV set, speaker cords and power cord, and set it to a direction which provides the best reception.

ANTENNA

Surround speakers system (supplied)

Center speaker

Recommended speaker installation
It is recommended that the surround speakers are installed straight to the left and right of the listening position or slightly behind, at a height of about 1 meter higher than the listeners ears. Each surround speaker should be installed so that the longer sides are horizontal.

Surround speaker

How to use the speaker stabilizer (cushions)
When the surround speaker system installation is unstable due to the floor condition, apply the provided stabilizer (cushions) on four positions on the bottom of each speaker.

Hanging on a wall

The speakers can be hung on a wall by using the wall hanging holes on the back of the speaker.When hanging the speakers, select a rigid and hard place on the wall which can withstand the weight of the speakers.
1. Install a screw with sufficient strength on the wall. When screwing in, leave the head and upper stem of the screw projected by 7 to 9 mm from the wall surface. 2. Hang the speaker by inserting the screw into the wall hanging hole on the upper rear side of the speaker. Check that the speaker are firmly mounted.
Before installation, check the wall or ceiling well to confirm that it is strong enough to withstand the weight of the speaker. KENWOOD cannot assume the responsibility against accidents caused by the drop of speaker due to insufficient mounting strength or to any defect in installation. The wall hanging screw is not provided. Please prepare a screw that can assure enough mounting strength according to the material and thickness (structure) of the wall where the speaker is to be hung. If the material or thickness of a wall or ceiling cannot be confirmed, consult a professional specialized in installation.
Connection with other components (optional or commercially-available equipment)
MD recorder, DVD player, VCR or analog turntable
MD recorder/VCR DVD player/analog turntable (P-110/optional)

Digital input

Audio output

Audio input

MD REC OUTPUT L

R MD/DVD INPUT

Optical-fiber cable

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL

If an external component such as a DVD player is connected to the MD/DVD INPUT jacks, the MD REC OUTPUT jacks do not output the audio of the external component.
Super woofer (XD-6.series, XD-8.series only)
Extremely low sound is played back powerfully.

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL jack

Remove the cap and plug the optical-fiber cable.
(SW-500/optional) + Optical-fiber cable (Provided with the MD recorder)

SUPER WOOFER PRE OUT

Power cord

To wall AC outlet

Insert the optical-fiber cable straight into the connector until it clicks. Be sure to attach the protection cap when the connector is not used. Never band or bundle the optical-fiber cable.
In case an associated system component is connected, also read the instruction manual of the component.
Surround (rear) speakers (XD-7.series only)

(RS-N852/optional)

FM outdoor antenna
Lead the 75 coaxial cable connected to the FM outdoor antenna into the room and connect it to the FM 75 termimal.
Use a commercially-available antenna adapter (a small-sized model).

Surround switch

SURROUND SPEAKERS (8-16) L
In regard to the SURROUND switch
This switch can be used only when the separately sold surround (rear) speakers are connected. When the switch is set to ON, surround playback can be enjoyed. When this switch is set to OFF, normal playback is executed.

5ON OFF SURROUND

Reception mode switching of FM broadcast (For Russia)
When you want to receive an FM broadcast in PILOT TONE mode, changing the setting as follows.
1 Select the TUNER input. 2 While holding the SELECT key depressed, turn the SOUND CONTROL jog dial to select the system mode.

D CONTR UN OL

Please operate this switch while the power is switched off. We recommend to keep this switch set to OFF when no surround (rear) speakers are connected to obtain a better sound quality. When the switch is set to OFF, no sound will come from the surround (rear) speakers.

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MULTI CONTROL
Press to switch the text information recorded in a CD TEXT disc. Press to switch the time information on the CD player unit. Press to select the equalizer pattern, DSP play or surround play.

TUNING TAPE 3

LU ME DO W N 7

TEXT DISP.

RANDOM

REPEAT

RC-852E
! EX. BASS key @ LISTEN MODE key
Press to select surround playback mode.
# INPUT key $ BAND key % MUTE key
For U.K., Europe and Russia : RC-852E Other countries : RC-852
^ MULTI CONTROL/VOLUME UP, DOWN keys Skip/preset call (4, ) keys (CD/TUNER)
RDS DISP. key PTY key 3 Numeric keys 4 BACK key
& MENU key * REPEAT key

( RANDOM key

Operation of jog dials (XD-7.series)
This unit has two jog dials named the MULTI CONTROL and SOUND CONTROL jog dials. The MULTI CONTROL jog dial makes it possible to set (establish) many functions in a simple procedure. When the MENU key is pressed, the icon indicators light according to the MULTI CONTROL jog dial operation so you can select the desired mode based on a more intuitive method. Icon indication example: When Tape Dubbing is selected with the MULTI CONTROL jog dial (or the MULTI CONTROL key on the remote control unit), the DUBBING icon indicator lights up.

CD PGM

DUBBING

SOUND CONTROL jog dial

The SOUND CONTROL jog dial (or the SOUND CONTROL key on the remote control unit) makes it possible to select a tone or sound effect in an easy procedure.

MULTI CONTROL jog dial

1 Press the MENU key to enter the MULTI CONTROL setting mode. 2 Select an operation mode by turning the MULTI CONTROL jog dial (or pressing the MULTI CONTROL keys on the remote control unit). 3 Set, establish or execute (determine) items by pressing the SELECT key and/or ENTER key.

Display examples

The following items can be selected by turning the SOUND CONTROL jog dial. Rock. Rock music Pop.. Pop music Jazz. Jazz music Classic.. Classical music Disco.. Disco music Movie. Movie music 3D Level 1. 3D surround level 1 3D Level 2. 3D surround level 2 Custom EQ 1 Equalizers manual memory created by the Custom EQ 2 user Custom EQ 3 S. direct. Pure sound reproduction by
turning the equalizer or 3D surround circuitry off.
The following items can be selected by turning the MULTI CONTROL jog dial. The messages inside ( ) may not be displayed under certain situations. (CD Program Play)

Only when the CD input is selected

(Recording Options)

Only when a recordable tape is loaded in Deck B

(Tape Dubbing)

Only when the TAPE input is selected, the tape to be played is loaded in Deck A and a recordable tape is loaded in Deck B
Effect off. Normal playback
Audio Options Clock Options
To cancel the mode for setting (using) MULTI CONTROL, read the description of each item in this manual. Press the BACK key to return to the previous step and restart operation from there. (The BACK key is inoperative once scrolling message Press ' ENTER ' to Start has been displayed.)
In the MULTI CONTROL setting mode (while the guideline is blinking), the BAND and play keys are defeated and inoperative.
Operation of jog dials (XD-6.series, XD-8.series)
This unit has two jog dials named the MULTI CONTROL and SOUND CONTROL jog dials. The MULTI CONTROL jog dial makes it possible to set (establish) many functions in a simple procedure. When the MENU key is pressed, the icon indicators light according to the MULTI CONTROL jog dial operation so you can select the desired mode based on a more intuitive method.
Icon indication example: When Tape Dubbing is selected with the MULTI CONTROL jog dial (or the MULTI CONTROL key on the remote control unit), the DUBBING icon indicator lights up.

LU ME DO W N

E The following items can be selected by turning the SOUND CONTROL jog dial. Rock. Rock music Pop.. Pop music Jazz. Jazz music Classic.. Classical music Hall Disco DSP (Digital Signal Processor) playback Live Church Dolby Pro logic Surround play Dolby 3 stereo modes Dolby Virtual surround Custom EQ 1 Equalizers manual memory Custom EQ 2 created by the user Custom EQ 3 S. direct. Pure sound reproduction by
turning the EX.BASS, equalizer, DSP play and surround circuitry off.

(Tape Dubbing)*

Audio Options Clock Options Surround Setup
* Tape Dubbing cannot be selected during DSP or surround playback. To cancel the mode for setting (using) MULTI CONTROL, read the description of each item in this manual. Press the BACK key to return to the previous step and restart operation from there. (The BACK key is inoperative once scrolling message Press ' ENTER ' to Start has been displayed.)

The blinking item can be replaced.
To add a track to the program:
1 Select the display as shown on the right and press the SELECT key. 2 Perform the same operations as in step 3-1and 2.
Display when 12 tracks have been programmed
The added track number is added to the end of the existing program.
To delete a track from the program:
1 Select the programmed disc or track to be cleared and press the SELECT key. 2 Select clear and press the SELECT key.

To quit the program mode

1 Select CD Program Play.

5 Enter it.

(Playback starts from the first programmed track (program No. 1)) Turn the MULTI CONTROL jog dial during program playback to stop to the previous or next programmed track. When the jog dial is rotated a little in the direction of counterclockwise once during playback, the track being played will be played from the beginning. To check (replace, add or delete) programmed tracks after playback, perform the operations in steps 2 and 4.

2 Press the MENU key.

Goes off
If the key is pressed during playback, normal playback in order of tracks resumes from the current track. The program mode can also be canceled by pressing the 0 OPEN key.

Repeated playback

Desired titles or discs can be played back repeatedly.

To repeat only one track

To repeat a disc
1 Cancel PGM. is lit, make If the PGM indicator

sure to turn it off.

2 Select the disc.

3 Select the track.

(Remote control unit) XD-7.series

3 Select Disc Repeat.

(Main unit)
4 Select One Track Repeat.
(Remoto control unit only)
Press the key repeatedly to switch the display. 1 Repeat off (Repeat canceled) 2 One Track Repeat 3 Disc Repeat 4 All Repeat
+Scrolled display(Disc Repeat)
Press the key repeatedly to switch the display. 1 Repeat off (Repeat canceled) 2 One Track Repeat Lights 3 Disc Repeat 4 All Repeat
+Scrolled display (One Track Repeat) XD-7.series XD-8.series
Lights XD-7.series XD-8.series XD-6.series
To stop repeated playback
Press the REPEAT key repeatedly until the repeat mode is switched off. The repeat mode can also be canceled by pressing the 0 OPEN key.

To repeat all discs

This unit is equipped with the following functions utilizing RDS data:
PTY (Program Type Identification) Search :w
The tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broadcasting a specified program type (genre). The RDS indicator lights up when an RDS broadcast (signal) is received.

RDS TP PTY EON TA

PS (Program Service Name) Display : (See below.)
When an RDS broadcast is received, the station name is automatically displayed.
EON (Enhanced Other Network) :
When the information to be received is set in advance and any RDS station in the same network starts broadcasting of such information, the reception automatically will be switched to that station.
Some functions may not be provided or be given different names depending on countries or areas.
Note before the use of RDS
For reception of RDS stations, the auto presetting function must be used to preset the stations. With the auto presetting function, RDS stations are preset with priority.
Set the receiving band to FM and preset RDS stations with the auto preset function.
To switch the display contents
Pressing the RDS DISP. key changes the display contents.

RDS DISP.

Display mode priority ranking When an RDS broadcast is received : 1PS (Program Service Name) Display :
When an RDS broadcast is received, the station name is automatically displayed. If no PS data was sent, NO PS is displayed.

2Frequency Display :

The frequency of the current station is displayed.

01FM102.50

R.D.S.
Searching for a desired program type (PTY search)
By specifying the type of program (genre) you want to listen to, the tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broadcasting a program of the specified type.
Set the reception band to FM. Preset RDS stations with the auto preset function.
1 Select the PTY search mode.

NEWS102.50

Select the desired program type.
Use program type table on the right for your convenience.
When an RDS broadcast is received, the program type is shown on the display. If no PTY data is available, or if the station is not an RDS station, NONE is displayed.
A To select using the 4 keys
Program type table XD-7.series
Program Type A B Name 4 keys 01 Pop Music 02 Rock Music Easy Listening 03 Music 04 Light classical 05 Serious classical 06 Other Music 07 News 08 Current Affairs 09 Information 00 Sport 10 Education 11 Drama 12 Culture 13 Science 14 Varied 15 Weather 16 Finance 17 Childrens program 18 Social Affairs 19 Religion 20 Phone In 21 Travel 22 Leisure 23 Jazz Music 24 Conutry Music 25 National Music 26 Oldies Music 27 Folk Music 28 Documentary
Display POP M ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M NEWS AFFAIRS INFO SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT

TA/NEWS

Lights when NEWS is selected
3 Receive an RDS station.
Select a station where RDS and EON are lit.
Please execute automatic presetting when TA and NEWS can not be selected.
RDS and EON are lit XD-7.series
When EON does not light although an RDS station is received, that station is not transmitting EON data. Please select a different station. If you want TA programs, select the stations with which the TP indicator lights.
4 Wait for the desired information.
CD or tape playback may also be started. As long as the unit is ON, the unit is always ready for the reception.
When one of the stations of the network of the station received in 3 starts broadcasting the program contents selected in 2, that station will be received automatically. At this time, tape playback will stop and CD playback will pause. However, external equipment (MD/DVD) will remain as it is. The EON function does not operate during recording (including dubbing). When the transmission of the selected program contents ends in case of automatic reception with the EON function, return will be made to the status directly before operation of the EON function. When tape or CD playback has been interrupted, it will be continued from the point of interruption.
Waiting for information while a RDS station without EON function is tuned
If the EON indicator does not light with the RDS station in steps 3 and 4, the tuner will wait for only the desired information broadcast from the tuned RDS station provided that the desired information has been selected in the previous step.
TP (Traffic Program) indicator
The lighting of the TP indicator indicates that the currently tuned station or a station in the same network as it broadcasts traffic announcement programs. If the TP indicator already lights with the current station, you can listen to the traffic announcement program through the station without making reservation with the EON function.

Convenient CD recording

Selection of the recording type
With this unit, the following edit recording is possible according to the purpose.
If you want to select the track to be recorded while playing a CD
Recording only desired titles

CD ONE TRACK RECORDING

Perform this operation when a track you want to record starts during CD playback. This starts recording of the track from the beginning.
If you want to record a CD in order of track numbers

Adjust the clock before setting the timer. Timer operation
Operate easy To use Timer (O.T.T.)
Timer playback can be set with a simple operation of just setting the time. With this function, the last source selected before turning power off can be played by the timer. The power turned ON by the timer is switched off automatically in an hour after the timer playback starts.
Select the desired source and adjust the volume.

2 Select Clock Options.

Select O.T.T.

4 Select O.T.T. on.

The following items can be selected by turning the MULTI CONTROL jog dial. Sleep Timer Adjust Time O.T.T. Lights Timer Play Auto Power Save The following items can be selected by turning the MULTI CONTROL jog dial. O.T.T. off (Canceled) O.T.T. on
To cancel the O.T.T. timer, select O.T.T. off. +Scrolled display (Set on time)

Enter the ON time

The time is returned The time is advanced (For U.K., Europe and Russia)

7:20am

6 Put the unit in standby mode.

STANDBY

The ON time can be set in steps of 5 minutes. If the TIMER indicator is blinking now, set the time of I the day again.
Other program timers do not operate until O.T.T. operation has ended.

Timer programming

The program timer can set timer playback and timer recording and both of these functions can be reserved concurrently. Either Everyday (executing a timer program once every day) or One Time (executing it only once) can be selected for each timer program. Once the time range and content of a timer program has been set, it can be activated or deactivated as desired.
If you made a mistake during timer setting: Press the BACK key to return to the previous step and restart operation from there.
1 Make preparations for the play (recording).

To listen to radio

To listen to CD

To listen to tape

The stations to be received should already be preset in ad vance.
Insert a disc. (Program playback is not possible.) Select the disc to be played (1, 2 or 3).
Set a tape in the deck you want to play back the tape.
Playing or recording the auxiliary input source

For recording

Make timer setting of the component connected to the MD/DVD INPUT jacks.
Make preparations for recording.
Select the timer operation.
Adjust the listening volume.
For timer playback or AI timer playback
When the timer function is used for timer recording of an input source, the speakers do not output the audio even after the unit is turned on by the timer.

For timer recording

1 Select Recording Options.
(CD Program Play) (Recording Options) (Tape Dubbing) Audio Options Clock Options Surround Setup (Except for

XD-7.series)

(CD Program Play) Recording Options (Tape Dubbing) Audio Options Clock Options Surround Setup (Except for

Memory backup function

Stored contents which are cleared immediately when power plug is unplugged from power outlet Stored contents which are cleared in at least a day after power plug is unplugged from power outlet Clock display
Be specially cautious against condensatin in a following circumsatance:
When this unit is carried from a place to another across a large difference in temperature, when the humidity in the room where this unit is installed increases, etc.
Note related to transportation and movement
Before transporting or moving this unit, carry out the following operations. 1 Turn the power ON but do not load a disc. 2 Press the 6 key. 3 Wait a few seconds, and ensure that the display is as shown below.
Amplifier POWER status (ON or OFF) Input selection Volume control value Balance level Equalizers manual memory created by the user 3D surround level Tuner unit Receiving band Frequency Preset stations Program timer setting contents Cassette deck unit Transport direction DOLBY NR Tape Equalizer Reverse mode

WARNING NOTICE:

IN MOST CASES IT IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT TO MAKE COPIES OF TAPES OR DISCS WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNERS. ANYONE WISHING TO COPY COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TAPES OR DISC SHOULD CONTACT THE MECHANICAL COPYRIGHT PROTECTION SOCIETY LIMITED OR THE PERFORMING RIGHTS SOCIETY LIMITED.
4 Wait for a few seconds then turn power off.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. DOLBY, the double-D symbol and PRO LOGIC are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

In case of difficulty

Operation to reset
The microcomputer may fall into malfunction (impossibility to operate, erroneous display, etc.) when the power cord is unplugged while power is ON or due to an external factor. In this case, execute the following procedure to reset the microcomputer and return it to normal condition.
What seems to be a malfunction is not always so. Before calling for service, check the following table according to the symptom of your trouble. Unplug the power cord from the power outlet then, while holding the ENTER key depressed, plug the power cord again.

(Main unit only)

Please note that resetting the microcomputer clears the contents stored in and returns and to condition when it left the factory.

Receiver, speakers

Symptom

Sound is not produced.

The speaker cords are disconnected. The MUTE switch of remote control unit is switched ON. The headphone plug is inserted into the jack.

Remedy

Connect properly referring to Sys- tem connection. Switch MUTE OFF. Unplug the headphone plug.
No sound is produced from the super woofer. (XD-7.series only) STANDBY and TIMER indicators blink alternately and no sound is output. Sound is not produced from the left or right speakers.

Fronts speakers (LS-N472) (XD-6.series)
Enclosure. Bass-reflex type (magnetically shielded) Speaker configuration Woofer... 160 mm, cone type Tweeter.. 50 mm, cone type Impedance... 6 Maximum input level.. 70 W Dimensions... W : 220 mm H : 330 mm D : 284 mm Weight (net)... 4.0 kg (1 piece)
Fronts speakers (LS-N572) (XD-8.series)
Enclosure. Bass-reflex type (magnetically shielded) Speaker configuration Woofer... 160 mm, cone type Tweeter.. 50 mm, cone type Super-tweeter.. 25 mm, dome type Impedance... 6 Maximum input level.. 120 W Dimensions... W : 220 mm H : 330 mm D : 297 mm Weight (net)... 4.2 kg (1 piece)
Surround speaker system (CRS-N572)

[ Surround speaker ]

Enclosure.. Bass-reflex type Speaker configuration. 100 mm, cone type Impedance.. 12 Maximum input level.. 15 W Dimensions.. W : 199 mm H : 96 mm D : 212 mm Weight (net).. 1.0 kg (1 piece)

[ Center speaker ]

Enclosure. Bass-reflex type (magnetically shielded) Speaker configuration. 100 mm, cone type Impedance... 6 Maximum input level.. 30 W Dimensions.. W : 260 mm H : 124 mm D : 193 mm Weight (net).. 1.3 kg (1 piece)
This instruction manual is used to describe multiple models. Model availability and features (functions) may differ depending on the country and sales area. XD-652 XD-852 XD-702/XD-752 XD-772S
SUPER WOOFER PRE OUT ! SUPER WOOFER key SURROUND switch @ SURROUND SPEAKERS (Accessories) 0 Dolby Pro Logic Dolby 3 Stereo Dolby Virtual Surround T Beat cancel function Tape Equalizer

CRS-N572

(For U.K. and Russia)

(For U.K and Russia)

YES YES YES

For your records

Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below. Refer to the model and serial numbers whenever you call upon your dealer for information or service on this product. Model Serial Number

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Listening in the desired sequence (program playback)... 30 Repeated playback... 32 Listening to an unexpected title sequence (random playback).. 34

System connection... 6

Connection of the System Accessories. 6 Connection of Options (Optional Parts).. 8
R.D.S. (Radio Data System).. 35
Searching for a desired program type (PTY search).. 36 To be able to listen to the desired information at any time... 38
Controls and indicators... 10
Main Unit... 10 Display... 12 Remote control Unit... 13
Convenient CD recording.. 40
Selection of the convenient CD recording type. 40 Giving preference to the tape length over the title sequence (time edit recording).. 41 Recording only desired titles (ONE TOUCH EDIT..single title recording). 42 One-touch recording of an entire CD (ONE TOUCH EDIT..recording of all titles). 43 Producing a tape collecting only the first titles (BEST HITS function).. 44
Operation of remote control unit. 14
Let's put out some sound.. 16
Basic use method.. 16 Playback of CD.. 18 Playback of tape.. 20 Searching for the desired music program (DPSS). 23 Receiving broadcast station.. 24
Effective Sound Adjustment.. 45
Adjustment of balance and input level. 45 Listening with the desired sound (equalizer function).. 46 Enjoying Sound Field Effects.. 48 Enjoying Karaoke.. 49

Let's record.. 26

Recording (Deck B only).. 26 Copying tape (Tape dubbing).. 29
Clock adjustment... 50 Timer operation.. 51

Timer programming.. 52

Knowledge section
Application section Knowledge sections

Important Items.. 55

Maintenance... 55 Reference... 55
In case of difficulty.. 56 Specifications.. 59

Special features

Easy operation
Playback, recording and input selection can be performed with simplified operations.
Dynamic rotary volume control
When adjusting the volume, fast turning of the volume control produces a larger volume change for the same angle of rotation of the VOLUME (MULTI) CONTROL knob. Slow turning produces a small volume change, thus permitting fine adjustment.
3-Disc carousel CD player
Three discs can be set. There are various ways for enjoyment at the time of program playback, repeat playback, random playback, etc.

Discs which can be played with this unit
CD (12 cm, 8 cm), CDV (only the audio part)
With CD-G (CD Graphics) discs, this unit can play only the audio.

Notes on cassette tape

Safety tab (accidental erasure prevention tab)
After an important recording has been finished, break the safety tab, to prevent the recorded contents from being erased or recorded on accidentally.

To store cassette tapes

Do not store the tapes in a place which is subject to direct sunlight, or near equipment that generates heat. Keep the cassette tapes away from any magnetic field.

For A side For B side

When there is slack in the tape
In such a case, insert a pencil into the reel hole and wind the reel hub to remove the slack.

To re-record

Apply tape only to the position where the tab has been removed. 2. Endless tapes Do not use an endless tape, as this could damage the mechanism of the unit.
1. Longer tape than 110 minutes cassette tape Since longer tape than 110 minutes cassette tape is very thin, the tape could adhere to the pinch roller or be easily cut. It is recommended that these tapes not be used with this unit to prevent possible damage.

System connection

Connection of the System Accessories
This is the connection method for system and accessories. Please look carefully at the illustration and connect correctly in the order of the numbers.
Malfunction of microcomputer
If operation is not possible or erroneous display appears even though all connections have been made properly, reset the microcomputer referring to In case of difficulty.

AM loop antenna

The supplied antenna is for indoor use. Place it as far as possible from the main system, TV set, speaker cords and power cord, and set it to a direction which provides the best reception.

ANTENNA

FM 75 GND

Speaker (right)

SURROUND SPEAKERS (8-16) AM
SURROUND FRONT SPEAKERS OFF (6-16)

AUX INPUT

Power cord

To wall AC outlet

SURROUND SPEAKERS (8-16)

Speaker cord Main Unit

Caution regarding placement
To maintain proper ventilation, be sure to leave a space around the unit (from the largest outer dimensions including projections) equal to, or greater than, shown below. left and right panels: 10 cm, rear panel: 10 cm, top panel: 50 cm

FM indoor antenna

The accessory antenna is for temporary indoor use only. For stable signal reception we recommend using an outdoor antenna. Remove the indoor antenna if you connect one outdoors.

SOURCE DIRECT key/Indicator (XD-550, XD-500)
When power is ON: Press to turn the Source Direct play on and off. When power is STANDBY: Used in timer setting operations.

0 DISP. /DEMO key

Switches the displayed information. Switches the demonstration on and off.

Cassette deck unit

* A deck cassette holder
Press the area marked PUSH OPEN to load or eject a tape.

DUBBING key

( O.T.E. key
The contents of the tape of the A deck are copied to the tape of the B deck.
When this key is pressed during CD playback, only the title being played at that time will be recorded on tape. When this key is pressed during stop, the CD selected at that time will be recorded on tape from the first title onward.

B deck cassette holder

Cassette deck operation keys

) DOLBY NR key

Dolby noise reduction ON/OFF switching is executed.
Play (2 3) keys Stop (7) key Fast forward and rewind (1 ) keys
REV. MODE key REC/ARM key

A/B key

The reverse mode of the deck (both sides, repeated, one side) is switched. Press to start recording. Pressing the key during recording stops it after leaving a non-recorded space (blank) of about 4 seconds.
Press to select the deck to be operated. Used as the beat cancel key during recording of AM broadcasting.

CD player unit

DISC SELECTOR key
The disc for playback (or recording) is selected.

( * * *

DISC SKIP key CD operation keys
Play/pause (6) key Stop (7) key Skip (4 ) keys
TIME DISP. (Time display) key
Press to switch the CD time display information.
The disc for playback (or recording) is selected. This is also used for insertion of a CD to the inside of the disc tray.

Disc tray

Three discs can be stored.

OPEN/CLOSE (0) key

The disc tray is opened and closed.

Display

EX.BASS PGM INTRO R D S EON N.B. EDIT P.B.C. TP TA ECHO MEMORY NEWS INFO. O.T.T. PROG. PTY TOTAL EQ. ON TUNED STEREO AUTO SLEEP

REPEAT RANDOM DISC ALL

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DOLBY NR

CLASSIC ROCK EQ. POP MANUAL

VOL. 9 10

dB kHz MHz

DUBBING

REV.MODE

O.T.E.

RUNNING INDICATOR
1 Tuner and applied operation indicators

5 Equalizer indicators

This section shows the equalizer pattern in use.
This section contains the indicators of the tuner operations as well as applied CD operation and timer play information.

2 Character display

Displays the input selection, frequency, volume level, etc.

6 Volume display

This section shows the currently set volume level.
3 Cassette deck indicators
This section contains the cassette deck operation indicators. The indicated information includes the current selected deck (A or B), tape transport direction, etc.

Operation of remote control unit

Loading batteries

1 Remove the cover. 2 Insert batteries. 3 Close the cover.
Insert two R6 (AA-size) batteries following the polarity indications.

Operation

Plug the power cord into the mains power outlet and press (on/standby) key of the remote control unit to the turn power ON. After the power has been turned ON, press the desired key. (on/standby) key again. To turn power off, press the The system enters the standby mode in which only the time display is lit.

6m Remote sensor

Model: RC-H3R/H2R Infrared ray system
When pressing more than one remote control keys successively, press the keys securely by leaving an interval of 1 second or more between keys.
Operating range (approx.)
1. The provided batteries are intended for use in operation checking, and their service life may be short. 2. When the remote controllable distance becomes short, replace both of the batteries with new ones. 3. If direct sunlight or the light of a high- frequency fluorescent lamp (inverter type, etc.) is incident to the remote sensor, malfunction may occur. In such a case, change the installation position to avoid malfunction.

Let's put out some sound

Basic use method
Bass and treble compensation Bass compensation

EQ.OFF

MIC1 MIC2 HIT MASTER
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-H3R
Muting the sound temporarily
Listening through headphones
Press the ON/STANDBY key.
1. Switching the power ON (OFF)
The power can also be turned ON by pressing the play key of the CD player, the play key of the cassette deck or the BAND key of the tuner. When the ON/STANDBY key is pressed while the power is ON, the power will be The display part becomes dark when the switched OFF.
power is switched OFF. (DIMMER function)
2. Selecting the desired output

CD Tape Broadcasts

When you select the AUX input, be also sure to read the instruction manual of the component connected to the AUX input jacks. When CD or TAPE is selected, playback will start when a disc or a tape already has been inserted.

3. Volume adjustment

Quick turning produces a larger change amount. (Dynamic rotary volume control function) The display shows a reference value.
Muting the sound temporarily (Remote control unit only)

Blinks

1 Insert the headphone plug into the PHONES jack.

Remote control unit

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Press again to resume the original volume. The sound muting is also canceled when the volume is controlled.
The sounds from all speakers are cut off.

2 Adjust the volume.

(Remote control unit only)
Bass compensation (N.B.: Natural Bass circuit)

Lights

Bass and treble compensation
The EX.BASS (Extra Bass) function compensates for the high and low frequencies and has been set to on before the system left the factory.

Skipping tracks

Backward search
Forward search Remote control unit

To skip backward

To skip forward
The track in the direction of the button pressed is skipped, and the selected track will be played from the beginning. When the 4 key is pressed once during playback, the track being played will be played from the beginning.
Playback starts from the position where the key is released.

To pause playback

Select the disc.

DISC SELECTOR

Select the desired track No.

Main unit

Each press pauses and plays the CD alternately.

To stop playback

Press the numeric keys as shown below. To enter track No. 23 : 003 To select track No. 40 : 0000)
Do not touch the played side of disc. Rotate the tray with the DISC SKIP key to insert the third disc. The tray of the disc to be played should come to the left position when the unit is seen from the front.
The selected disc is indicated.

Introduction scanning

Each title is played back in sequence for about 10 seconds. This is convenient to find titles to be played back with a disc being listened to for the first time etc.

VOL. 5

RANDOM
Light the INTRO indicator. Remote control unit
Lights when a disc is inserted at the time of playback. The recorded track Nos. are shown.
After a few seconds, play starts from track No.1.
1 INTRO lit.. Introduction scanning 2 DISC RANDOM lit.. Random playback (1 disc) 3 ALL RANDOM lit. Random playback (all discs) 4 INTRO and RANDOM not lit Normal playback
Stop is executed after introduction scanning for all discs. Combination with repeat playback is possible. For cancellation, press the RANDOM key three times.

Playback of tape

If you load a tape(s) in a cassette deck(s) while the power is off, simply pressing the tape play key turns power automatically ON and starts playback with deck B.
To wind tape at high speed To stop playback

REV. MODE

DOLBY NR REC/ARM DUBBING O.T.E.

Selection of Dolby NR

Selection of reverse mode

1. Load a cassette tape.

1 Open the door. 2 Insert a tape and close the door.
2. Select the deck to be used for playback.

3. Start playback.

Press the play key of the desired direction.

To wind tape at high speed
To fast wind in direction |
To fast wind in direction \ 7
Press the 7 key to stop fast winding.
Do not take out the cassette tape until the tape transport has stopped completely.
Selection of reverse mode.
Selection of DOLBY NR (Noise Reduction)
The Dolby NR system minimizes the hiss noise heard when playing tape. When playing a tape prerecorded with Dolby NR ON, be sure to set the DOLBY NR ON for playback.

Lit when DOLBY NR is ON.

EX.BASS ECHO
Each press switches the modes as follows. 1 [. Both sides are played back (recorded), and then the tape stops. 2 . Both sides are played back endlessly. (The tape stops after recording onto both sides.) 3 . Only one side is played back (recorded), and then the tape stops.
Each press switches the modes as follows. 1 DOLBY NR ON.. DOLBY NR is used. 2 DOLBY NR OFF. DOLBY NR is not used.
Select the Dolby NR mode according to the recording condition of the tape.
Transport direction indicators
The 2 and 3 indicators indicate the current direction in which the tape advances when playback or recording is started automatically by the easy operation function, etc. This direction is the direction stored in memory when the tape was last stopped. (To switch the tape transport direction, press the play key corresponding to the desired direction then press the stop (7) key.)
Normal (TYPE ), high (TYPE ), or metal (TYPE set automatically. Remove tape slack before loading. Close the door securely.
DOLBY NR indication Displays the selected deck.

) tape selection is

Reverse mode indication Displayed when the deck is loaded with a tape.
Please play back tapes recorded with equalizer etc. without applying any effect.
If the tape transport direction is opposite to the desired direction, press the play key corresponding to this.

Relay play

When tapes are set in the decks A and B and the reverse mode is set to [ (play of both sides), play of the second deck will be started automatically after play of the first deck has been completed. Tape play will be repeated alternately.
Relay play is not possible in the reverse modes and.
A tip for use of the tape counter
The tape counter is set to 0000 when a cassette tape is loaded. By writing down the counter reading in case you want to interrupt recording (playback) in the middle of the tape, the memo will be helpful as a reference for locating the same position when continuing the recording (playback) the next time. The tape counter figure decrements during recording or playback of the back side (while the 2 tape transport indicator is lit). To set the tape counter to 0000, open the cassette holder once. Then the counter will be reset.
Searching for the desired music program (DPSS)
The DPSS (Direct Program Search System) is capable of detecting non-recorded spaces of more than 4 seconds as blanks between programs and, based on this information, can return to the beginning of the music program being played or the beginning of a desired program by skipping up to 16 other programs. During play in direction 3

To play the next program To play the 4th program after the current program : Press once. : Press 4 times.
During play in direction 2
To return to the beginning of the current program : Press once. To play the 4th program before the current program : Press 5 times.
The DPSS may not function normally with the following kinds of tape. Tapes containing several no-sound intervals of more than 4 seconds, such as conversation and talk tapes. Tapes containing pianissimo sections, such as classical music tape. Tapes in which large noise is recorded in blanks between programs. Tapes containing blanks between programs that are shorter than 4 seconds. Tapes recorded at low level. Tapes recorded by cross-fade recording (in which the beginning of next program is overlapped on the end of previous program).
Basic section Application section Knowledge sections
Receiving broadcast station
It is also possible to receive them by one-touch operations by storing up to 40 stations in the preset memory.
When the BAND key is pressed, this unit will be switched on automatically.
Collective presetting of stations One-by-one presetting (manual preset)
1. Select the broadcast band.
Each press changes the band.

To increase frequency

TUNIING

1 FM 2 MW 3 LW

2. Select a station.
When no stations have been memorized

To decrease frequency

Auto tuning : Each press receives the next station. Manual tuning : Press the key repeatedly or hold it depressed until a station is received. When stations have been memorized (preset call)
Remote control unit Select a station.
Every time the key is pressed, the preset stations are switched over as follows. Press for the order of 1=2=3. 38=39=40=1. Press 4 for the order of 40=39=38. 3=2=1=40.
Collective presetting of stations (auto preset)
Keep the ENTER key depressed (about 2 seconds).
The frequency changes automatically. Blinks.

ECHO MEMORY

TUNED STEREO AUTO

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One-by-one presetting (manual preset)
1 Press the ENTER key during reception.
Presetting is cancelled when no operation is executed for 5 seconds or more.
With priority for FM, a maximum of 40 stations is preset automatically. When there are many stations and the intended station has not been preset, please also use One-by-one presetting (manual preset).
MEMORY lights (for approx. 5 sec.)

RUNNING

2 Select one of the preset numbers from 1 to 40.

Goes off

EX.BASS ECHO MEMORY
3 Press the ENTER key again.
Repeat steps 123 to preset other stations. If several stations are preset under the same number, the previous memory is replaced with the latest memory contents.

The disc can also be selected with the DISC SELECTOR key. Up to 32 tracks can be programmed. When FULL is displayed, no more tracks can be programmed. To program all tracks of a CD, select the disc and then press the P.MODE key without selecting any tracks. If you make a mistake, press the P.MODE key to quit the program mode and restart from step 2.
3 Establish the selection.
To select tracks from more than one CD, repeat steps and 3.

4 Start playback.

Tracks will be played in the order they were programmed (in order of P Nos.). When the 4 or the key is pressed during play, the program will jump to the preceding or the following track respectively. When the 4 key is pressed once during playback, the play position returns to the beginning of the current track being played.
To add a track to the program
The added track number is added to the end of the existing program.

To quit the program mode

If the key is pressed during playback, normal playback in order of tracks resumes from the current track.

Repeated playback

Desired titles or discs can be played back repeatedly.

To repeat a disc

1 Confirm that the PGM indicator is not lit.
If the PGM indicator is lit, press the P.MODE key to turn it off.
Confirm that this is not lit.
2 Press to select DISC REPEAT.

REPEAT

Each press switches the repeat mode. REPEAT DISC REPEAT ALL REPEAT Repeat OFF

REPEAT DISC

CLASSIC ROCK EQ. PO MANUAL

3 Select the disc.

To stop repeated playback
Press the REPEAT key twice.
The DISC and REPEAT indicators go off and the playback following the current mode of the CD player starts.

To repeat all discs

2 Press to select ALL REPEAT.
Each press switches the repeat mode.
3 Select the disc to be played first.
REPEAT DISC REPEAT ALL REPEAT Repeat OFF

REPEAT ALL

Press the REPEAT key again.
The ALL and REPEAT indicators go off and the playback following the current mode of the CD player starts.

To repeat only one track

2 Press to select REPEAT.
Each press switches the repeat mode. 3 4

4 Select the track.

Press the REPEAT key three times.
The REPEAT indicator goes off and the playback following the current mode of the CD player starts.
To repeat only the programmed tracks
1 Perform the procedure in Listening in the desired sequence (program playback) till step 3 to program the desired CD tracks. 2 Press to select REPEAT.

To be able to listen to the desired information at any time
By using the EON function, which manages the information of other stations, listening to desired information like traffic information or news etc. can be reserved even when it is not being transmitted at the present. When listening to a station with the EONdisplay lit and another station of the same network starts to broadcast an information program for which a reservation has been made, then that station will be selected automatically. When the desired information program ends, return is made to the original program.
Set the reception band to FM.
1 Auto preset the stations.
1 Receive a broadcast. 2 Keep the ENTER key pressed (2 sec or longer).
This is not required when auto presetting has already been executed.
The EON data presently being broadcasted are taken in automatically.
When all 40 stations have already been preset by the procedure for "One-by-one presetting", the EON function will not operate. Auto presetting must be used.
2 Select the desired information.
Each press switches the modes as follows. 3 4

TA/NEWS /INFO.

TA.. Traffic Announcement NEWS. News INFO. Information Display not lit. EON cancelled
Lights with a station broadcasting traffic announcement programs. Lights when INFO. is selected
Please execute automatic presetting when TA, NEWS, and INFO can not be selected.
3 Receive an RDS station.
Select a station where RDS and EON are lit.

RDS and EON are lit

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When EON does not light although an RDS station is received, that station is not transmitting EON data. Please select a different station. If you want TA programs, select the stations with which the TP indicator lights.
4 Wait for the desired information.
CD or tape playback may also be started. As long as the unit is ON, the unit is always ready for the reception.
When one of the stations of the network of the station received in 3 starts broadcasting the program contents selected in 2, that station will be received automatically. At this time, tape playback will stop and CD playback will pause. However, external equipment (AUX) will remain as it is. When the power is OFF and during recording (including dubbing), the EON function does not operate. When the transmission of the selected program contents ends in case of automatic reception with the EON function, return will be made to the status directly before operation of the EON function. When tape or CD playback has been interrupted, it will be continued from the point of interruption.

Creation and memorizing of an equalizer pattern
You can edit desired patterns manually and store them in memory. 1 Select the manual pattern number to store the created pattern.

MANUAL 2

MANUAL 3

MANUAL 1

2 Display MANUAL (or make sure it is already displayed).
Go to step 3 within 3 sec.
3 Adjust the equalizer pattern.
Select the frequency band.
Each press of the key switches the frequency bands. 1 LOW. Low frequencies (bass, bass drum, etc.) 2 MID. Medium frequencies (vocals, guitars, etc.) 3 HIGH. High frequencies (cymbals, etc.)
Adjust the level. To decrease the level

Set item

To increase the level
The LOW, MID and HIGH frequency bands can be adjusted independently.
Each frequency band can be adjusted in the range between -8 and +8.
4 Store the pattern in memory.
Enjoying Sound Field Effects
Experiencing SRS 3D (Sound Retrieval System) (XD-750/XD-700 only)
The Sound Retrieval System is an epochal system which produces a three-dimensional sound space by applying the most suitable processing to the sound signal on the basis of the human listening mechanism. This permits real depth and sound location, considered as difficult to realize with conventional 2-channel stereo (general stereo). A sufficient effect can be obtained for any source (CD, tape, broadcasts, etc.). Recording with applied SRS 3D also is possible. 1 Set SRS 3D to ON.

SRS 3D SRS 3D

Each press of the key switches SRS 3D on and off alternately.
2 Adjust the effect strength (level).

LEVEL will be displayed.

Each press switches the modes as follows. 1 Strength of the SRS 3D effect (LEVEL) 2 Left and right volume balance 3 Volume from the equipment connected to the AUX terminal (INPUT) 4 Normal volume adjustment (VOL)
SRS 3D ON/OFF switching is not possible during recording.
Adjust the strength of the effect. The level increases. MULTI CONTROL The level /VOLUME decreases.

Level display

INPUT is displayed only when the AUX input is selected. SRS 3D ON/OFF switching is not possible during recording. Adjustment is possible in the range from -10 to +10. Please set as desired according to the titles being played back etc.
SOURCE DIRECT for making the sound purer (XD-550/XD-500 only)
When SOURCE DIRECT is on, the signal path inside the system is simplified so that the sound can be reproduced with an improved purity.

1 Play the desired music. 2 Press the SOURCE DIRECT key.

sOURCE

SOURCE DIRECT
Other functions than the balance control cannot be used because the audio signals bypass the circuits. Press the key again to switch SOURCE DIRECT off.

Enjoying Karaoke

When CDs or tapes with recorded voice and instrument music are played, it is possible to lower the volume only for the voice part. In combination with mic mixing, this permits easy enjoyment of Karaoke.

1 Connect a microphone.

1 Turn the MIC MIX. control fully counterclockwise.
The SOURCE DIRECT function should be off. (XD-550/XD-500 only)
2 Plug the microphone into one of the MIC jacks.

MIC1 MIC2

3 Adjust the volume balance between the music input and microphone input.
To decrease microphone volume
To increase microphone volume
Set the MIC MIX. control knob to the fully counterclockwise position when the microphone is not used.
2 Play the music. 3 Sing along with the accompaniment.
After the above steps, you can record your karaoke singing onto a tape. However, note that the karaoke singing using a tape cannot be recorded onto a tape.
Enjoying Karaoke with software including the vocal part (HIT MASTER function)
This function makes it possible to enjoy music sources including vocal as pseudo Karaoke sources. This makes it possible to enjoy Karaoke even when no special Karaoke CDs or tapes are available. Each press switches HIT MASTER ON and OFF alternately. 1 HIT MASTER ON 2 HIT MASTER OFF

HIT MASTER

MAsTER
The volume of the vocal parts of the song decreases. However, this effect may not be clear with some songs and discs. A Karaoke tape can be created by recording the performance while the MIC MIX. control is in the fully counterclockwise position. The HIT MASTER function is switched OFF when an equalizer effect is used.

Clock adjustment

This unit incorporates a clock function. Be sure to adjust the correct time before using the timer function. The time is displayed only while the power is off.
Adjust the clock before setting the timer.
Ensure that the power is OFF.
1 Activate the clock adjustment mode.
Example: Adjustment to 8:45

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The time display starts to blink.
2 Enter the figure of hour.

To increase the figure

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To decrease the figure

The power is turned OFF automatically after the set time has elapsed. Each press decreases the time by 10 minutes. The maximum time that can be set is 90 minutes.
90=80=70.30=20=10=Cancel=90=80. 2 Set the time.

TUNED STEREO SLEEP AUTO

Duration for sleep timer
Turn the power OFF or press the SLEEP key until the sleep time is cancelled.
Adjust the clock before setting the timer. Timer operation

Timer programming

Two 24-hour timer systems (PROG.1, PROG.2) (which can be used every day) and a sleep timer system (which works only once) are available. In each of PROG.1 and PROG.2, the timer data including the operating period and played contents can be set and selected to be activated or not as required.
Timer reservation is possible for the two types PROG.1 and PROG. 2 at the same time. Please make reservations with an interval of at least one minute, so that the operation times of PROG. 1 and PROG. 2 do not overlap.
1 Make preparations for the play (recording).
..... To listen to radio To listen to CD
The station should be preset prior to the above.
Insert a disc. (Program playback is not possible.)

Set a tape into deck B.

Make timer setting of the component connected to the AUX jacks.

To listen to tape

Playing the auxiliary input source

For recording

Make preparations for recording.
Select the disc to be played (1, 2 or 3).
The B deck has priority at the time of timer playback.
2 Adjust the listening volume.
When recording radio, the listening volume is automatically set to the minimum volume at the moment the power is turned ON by the timer.
3 Set the POWER switch to OFF (STANDBY) position.

4 Select a program No.

The selected program No. lights. If a program No. under which a timer program has already been reserved, it is replaced by the new timer program.

Within 8 seconds!

Each press of the key switches the program numbers as follows. 1 PROG.1. Program PROG.2. Program Normal operation

PROG. 1

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5 Enter the ON time.

After entering the figure of hour with the procedure in 1 and 2, enter the figure of minute using the same procedure.

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The character display blinks and sound is not produced.
The speaker cords are short-circuited. The speaker cords are disconnected. There was a power failure. The power cord was unplugged from the outlet. The present time has not been adjusted or there was a power failure. The timer ON time and OFF time have not been set. The timer execution was not set up. The antennas have not been connected. A proper broadcasting band has not been selected. The frequency of the station to be received is not tuned. Car ignition noise. Influence of an electric appliance. A TV set is installed near the system.
Sound is not produced from the left or right speakers. The clock display blinks without changing the figures.
Timer operation is not possible.
Radio stations cannot be received.

Noise interferes.

* The key inside ( ) is used only with the XD-550/XD-500.
A station has been preset but it cannot be received by pressing the P.CALL key.
The frequency of the preset station is not tunable. The preset memory has been cleared because the power cord has been unplugged for a long period. The power plug was unplugged from the outlet while the power switch was ON, or there was a power failure.
Preset stations with tunable frequencies. Preset stations again.
Demonstration starts suddenly.
This is not malfunction. Press the DISP./ DEMO key to cancel the demontration.

Cassette deck

Sound cannot be produced by pressing the play key or no operation occurs even when an operation key is pressed.
The head is dirty. The tape is wound too tight due to irregular winding. A nonrecorded tape is played. The cassette holder is not closed completely. The operation key is pressed immediately after closing the cassette holder. The operation key is pressed in less than 4 seconds after turning the power ON. A tape is not inserted in the unit. The tape is wound too tight due to irregular winding. The tape is fully wound to one of the reels. The tape used is not suitable for DPSS, for example the spaces between tunes may be too short. This is due to the difference in the tape length or characteristics of the mechanisms of two cassette decks. The key is pressed during recording or playback. The microcomputer is malfunctioning due to external noise. The head is dirty. The tape is stretched or shrunk. The tape being played was recorded with distorted sound. The tape head is magnetized. External noise is induced. A tape recorded with Dolby NR ON is played with Dolby NR OFF.

 

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