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|mave1st||6:45am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|Nice product I wanted a way to play all my cassettes, a way that took up not too much space and that provided good sound. Those requirements were met. Good features. Good Overall a good system, but not great. The speakers and sound are very good. Especially for mp3s, the sound is better than normal.|
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CD Stereo System
Table of contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.2 Supplied accessories.3 The remote control..4 Placement of speakers..4 Connections...5 Front panel controls..7 CD selection and care..8
Thank you for purchasing this product. Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read these instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference.
Setting the time...8 CDs..9 Enjoying MP3/WMA..10 Other ways of playing CD's.12 The radio: manual tuning..17 The radio: preset tuning.18 Cassette tapes..18
Making a recording..20
Timers and others
Using the sound quality settings..22 Enhancing the sound quality.22 Using an external unit..22 Auto-off function.23 Turning the demo function off.23 Convenient functions..23 Using the timers..25
Specifications...26 When moving the unit..26 Maintenance..26 Product Service..26 Warranty (U.S.A.).27 Troubleshooting guide. Back cover
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the safety instructions on the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, b r a c k e t , o r t a b l e s p e c i fi e d b y t h e manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A. 10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: l Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. l Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. l Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. l Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the user's authority to operate this device. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Please check and identify the supplied accessories.
AC power supply cord. 1 pc. (K2CB2CB00006) FM indoor antenna.. 1 pc. (RSA0007-L) AM loop antenna... 1 pc. (N1DAAAA00001) Remote control transmitter.. 1 pc.
Batteries.. 2 pc.
Use the numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts. In U.S.A. to order accessories, refer to "Accessory Purchases" on page 27.
The remote control
A Battery installation
Use of batteries
R6, AA, UM-3
Align the poles (+ and -) properly when inserting the batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries. Do not recharge ordinary dry cell batteries. Do not heat or disassemble the batteries. Do not allow them to contact flame or water. Remove the batteries if the unit is not to be used for a long time. Do not keep together with metallic objects such as necklaces. Do not use rechargeable type batteries. Do not use batteries if the covering has been peeled off.
Remote control signal sensor
Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire. If electrolyte leaks from the batteries, consult your dealer. Wash thoroughly with water if electrolyte comes in contact with any part of your body.
S.SOUND EQ RE-MASTER PLAY LIST
PUSH ENTER RETRUN
B Correct method of use
CD q/ h
CD 3 CD 4 CD 5
About 7 meters in front of the signal sensor.
Do not place obstacles between the remote control signal sensor and remote control unit. Do not expose the remote control signal sensor to direct sunlight or to the bright light of a fluorescent light. Take care to keep the remote control signal sensor and the end of the remote control unit free from dust. If this system is installed in a rack with glass doors, the glass doors thickness or color might make it necessary to use the remote control unit a shorter distance from the system.
Note The included AC power supply cord is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipment.
Household AC outlet
Connections Optional antenna connections
FM AN T
FM outdoor antenna (not included)
You may need an outdoor antenna if you use this system in a mountainous region or inside a reinforced-concrete building, etc.
A FM outdoor antenna
Disconnect the FM indoor antenna if an FM outdoor antenna is installed. Note An outdoor antenna should be installed by a qualified technician only.
Antenna plug (not included)
B AM outdoor antenna
AM outdoor antenna (not included) T AM loop antenna (included) FM AN
Connect the outdoor antenna without removing the AM loop antenna. Run 5 to 12 m of vinyl-covered wire horizontally along a window or other convenient location. Note When the unit is not in use, disconnect the outdoor antenna to prevent possible damage that may be caused by lightning. Never use an outdoor antenna during a lighming storm.
External unit connections
Make sure that the power supply for all components has been turned off before making any connections. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the unit which is to be connected. All peripheral components and cables sold separately.
C Connecting analog equipment
This example shows how to connect an analog player with a PHONO OUT/LINE OUT switch. When units other than those described are to be connected, please consult your audio dealer. Note
Analogue player (not included)
Rear panel of this unit
Only an analogue player with a built-in phono equalizer can be connected. Set the switch to the LINE OUT position at the back of the analog player.
Front panel controls
Cassette lid Cassette open button (; OPEN)..19 Standby/on switch (8) Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power. AC supply indicator (AC IN) This indicator lights when the unit is connected to the AC mains supply. Re-master button (RE-MASTER)..22 Super sound EQ button (S.SOUND EQ).22 Recording start/pause button (*/ h REC).21 Aux button (AUX)..22 CD check button (CD CHECK)..9 CD trays Display Play list button and jog control (PLAY LIST).11, 13 Return button (RETURN)... Volume control..9 CD change button (; CD CHANGE).9 CD tray open/close button (; OPEN/CLOSE).9 Headphone jack (PHONES)..22 Tuner/band select button (TUNER/BAND).17 Stop/program clear and demonstration button (STOP g, -DEMO)..9, 14, 23 CD play/pause button (CD q/ h ).9 Tape play/direction button (TAPE 7).19 Disc direct play buttons (CD 1 - CD 5)..9
To remove the disc While one CD is playing (except in All-Disc Random play or program play), you can change the CDs in the other trays. 1 Press [; CD CHANGE]. 2 Press  -  to select the disc you want. Press [; CD CHANGE] again to close the tray. To check which tray the CD (12 cm) is in (CD CHECK) Press [CD CHECK]. Press [CD CHECK] again to close the trays. If a CD is being played, the corresponding tray will not open. l Do not remove or insert CDs during a CD check. l Do not pull out the trays during a CD check.
MP3 and WMA
001????.mp3 002????.mp3 003????.mp3
Basic operations are the same as for CD-DA. l The folder and file names you enter on the computer become the album and track names on this unit. l There can be a maximum of 400 albums and 999 tracks. l Folders that do not contain MP3/WMA are skipped. l This unit is compatible with multisession, but if the number of sessions is large, it may take longer for play to start.
Disc format Discs must conform to ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended formats). File format l MP3 files must have the extension.MP3 or.mp3. l WMA files must have the extension.WMA or.wma. To play in a certain order Prefix the folder and file names with 3-digits numbers in the order you want to play them. Files may not be recorded in numbered order if the prefixes have different numbers of digits. For example: 1????.mp3, 2????.mp3, 10????.mp3. However, some writing software may also cause recording to occur in a different order. Limitations on MP3/WMA play l This unit is not compatible with packet-write format. l This unit is not compatible with ID3 tags. l If you have recorded MP3/WMA on the same disc as CD-DA, only the format recorded in the first session can be played. l Recordings will not necessarily be played in the order you recorded them. l You cannot search while playing MP3/WMA. Program and random play work only within a single disc. Note
001????.mp3 002????.mp3 003????.mp3 004????.mp3
You cannot play protected WMA tracks (TRACK PROTECTED appears). Consult the creator of the software you used to record the WMA tracks for details. Noise may occur when playing WMA files. It may not be able to play some CD-R/RW due to the condition of the recording.
Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. WMA is a compression format developed by Microsoft Corporation. It achieves the same sound quality as MP3 with a file size that is smaller than that of MP3.
Preparation: Press [CD/q/ h] and then [g CLEAR].
PLAY LIST 1
PLAY LIST 1 PLAY LIST 1
HighMAT is a new way of recording and managing audio files on CD-R/RW. l The unit plays the tracks in play lists that you create. l You can create these play lists on your computer, sorting them by artist, album, and genre. Example play list A Menu (a list of items you can use to find play lists) B Play lists C Group (a group of tracks within a play list)
Menus can have up to 8 levels. You will need a computer running on Windows XP to create discs with HighMAT.
B Listening to CD-R/RW recorded with HighMAT
Note HighMAT appears to show that you can use these features. Remote control
PLAY MODE REPEAT
Press [PLAY LIST].
The CD selection screen appears.
Press [e] or [r] to select the desired CDR/RW. [ENTER] Press [e] or [r] to select the method of play. [ENTER]
MENU PLAYLIST WMA/MP3 Find a play list in the HighMAT menu Look through the play lists in order Play as any other MP3/WMA disc
1>PLAYLIST 2 NO DISC 3 NO DISC 4 NO DISC 5 NO DISC
CD STOP DISC 1 >MENU PLAYLIST WMA/MP3
(If you selected WMA/MP3, a Track search, refer page 13.)
Press [e] or [r] to select the menu or play list. [ENTER]
Repeat this step if you are using the menus. Play of the selected play list starts.
MENU 1>PL 2 PL 3 PL 4 PL
OF PL 1/GR1/ 1/GR2/ 1/GR2/ 2/GR1/
Main unit 1 Press [PLAY LIST]. 2 Turn the jog control to select and press it to confirm to do steps 2, 3, and 4 above. To return to the previous display Press [RETURN]. To select a group Press [ ALBUM] or [ ALBUM] during play.
CD PLAY DISC 1 TITLE TRACK NAME
To cancel partway Press [CLEAR g]. During play: The play list selection screen reappears. In the stop moole: The original display appears.
Other ways of playing CD's
PROGRAM PLAY MODE REPEAT GHI
By remote control only Preparation: Press [CD/q/ h] and then [g CLEAR].
Each time you press the button: ALBUM TRACK Original Display
CD MP3 ALBUM SAZ --
ALBUM Search for an album TRACK Search for a track
Enter the characters of the keyword for the track title. ( page 12) Press [ENTER].
Track title search starts. The matched track title is displayed. l To see matches before and after the current one, press [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF]. l When there is no match for the searched keyword, the display shows NOT FOUND.
CD MP3 A003 A SAZ
Play will start. (Title search mode is cancelled.)
To cancel partway through Press [g CLEAR]. Note The unit records the title you entered. Press [DEL] to delete unwanted characters.
TITLE IN DISPLAY DIMMER
The radio: manual tuning
Press [TUNER/BAND] to select "FM" or "AM".
The unit comes on automatically. Every time you press the button: FM AM
Press [PLAY MODE] on the remote control to select "MANUAL".
Every time you press the button: MANUAL PRESET
Press [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF] to select the frequency of the required station.
"ST" is displayed when a stereo FM broadcast is being received.
Adjust the volume.
TUNER FM 87.50
TUNER MANUAL 87.50 FM
Auto tuning Press and hold [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF] for a moment until the frequency starts changing rapidly. The unit begins auto tuning, stopping when it finds a station. l Auto tuning may not function when there is excessive interference. l To cancel auto tuning, press [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF] once again.
A If noise is excessive in FM
Press and hold [PLAY MODE] to display "MONO".
TUNING FM 9.980
This mode improves sound quality if reception is weak, but broadcasts will be heard in monaural. To cancel, press and hold [PLAY MODE] again. MONO is also cancelled if the frequency is changed. Turn off "MONO" for normal listening.
B FM allocation setting
By main unit only This system allows you to receive FM broadcasts allocated in 01 MHz steps. To change the step to 0.1 MHz 1 Press and hold [TUNER/BRAND]. After a while the display flashes with the current minimum frequency. 2 Continue to hold [TUNER/BRAND] down. When the minimum frequency changes, release the butoon. To cancel, repeat the above steps.
The radio: preset tuning
By0000000000 remote control only 1
TUNER CH -AM 1332
There are two methods of pre-setting stations. Automatic presetting: All the stations the tuner can receive are preset. Manual presetting: You can select the stations to preset and the order they are preset in. Up to 15 stations each can be set in the FM and AM bands.
TAG MONO ST PTY PS RDS S.SOUND EQ
RND PGM 1ALBUM 1TR ALL 1DISC AUTO OFF SLEEP PLAY MHz REC kHz
Preparation: Press [TUNER/BAND] to select "FM" or "AM".
A Automatic pre-setting
Do the following once each for FM and AM. Preparation: Tune to the frequency where pre-setting is to begin ( page 10).
Press and hold [PROGRAM].
The tuner presets all the stations it can receive into the channels in ascending order. When finished, the last station memorized is tuned in.
B Manual pre-setting
Pre-set the stations one at a time.
Press [PROGRAM] then press [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF] to tune to the required station. Press [PROGRAM] then press [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF] to select a channel. Press [PROGRAM].
The station occupying a channel is erased if another station is preset in that channel.
C Selecting channels
Press the numeric buttons to select the channel.
For channels 1 to 9, press the corresponding number. For channels 10 to 15, press [ 10], then the two digits. OR 1 Press [PLAY MODE] to select "PRESET". 2 Press [ u 2/REW] or [ i 1/FF] to select the channel.
TUNER PRESET AM 988
Cassette tapes 1
Press [; OPEN], insert a cassette with the tape facing out.
When the button is pressed, the unit comes on automatically. Make sure the cassette is fully inserted and close the lid by hand.
STOP , /FF, DEMO /REW
Press [PLAY MODE] on the remote control to select the reverse mode.
Every time you press the button: v / $
DISC ABC DEF
One side is played. Both sides are played. Both sides are played repeatedly until [STOP g, -DEMO] is pressed.
Every time you press the button : p R Fo F o : The forward side (front side) will play. p R : The reverse side will play.
Press [TAPE 7] to start playback.
To stop tape playback Press [STOP g, -DEMO]. One-touch play When the system is OFF and a tape is already inserted, play starts automatically when you press [TAPE 7].
Cassette tape selection and care
Press [; OPEN], insert a cassette with the tape facing in.
Make sure the cassette is fully inserted and close the lid by hand. The tape direction is automatically set to F o. To record on the reverse side Press [TAPE 7] twice, then press [STOP g, -DEMO].
PLAY MODE PQRS
One side only records. v / $ Both sides are record. (forward
$ automatically changes to / when [*/ h REC] is pressed.
A Recording CDs
Preparations: l Insert the CD(s) you want to record. l Press [CD/q/ h] and then [g CLEAR].
Press [PLAY MODE] to select your desired mode.
1 DISC ALL DISC 1 TRACK 1 ALBUM 1 DISC RANDOM A DISC RANMOM
1 DISC ALL DISC 1 TRACK 1 RANDOM A RANDOM
1-Disc mode All-Disc mode 1-Track mode 1-Album mode (MP3/WMA only) 1-Disc Random mode (CD-DA only) All-Disc Random mode (CD-DA only)
If you selected 1 ALBUM, press [ ALBUM] to select the album.
ALBUM] or [
Press [*/ h REC] to start recording.
The CD starts.
Front side Reverse side The interrupted track is re-recorded in its entirety on the reverse side
While recording, if a track is cut off in the middle at the end of the front side, it is re-recorded from the beginning, on the reverse side. B l At the end of the reverse side, recording stops and the current track will be interrupted. If the tape finishes before the CD The CD continues playing. Press [STOP g, -DEMO] to stop it. To record certain tracks 1 Program the tracks ( page 16). 2 Press [*/ h REC] to start recording.
C Recording from the radio
Tune to the required station.
( page 10 or 11)
PROGRAM PLAY MODE GHI
To cut an unnecessary part while recording 1 Press [*/ h REC] during the unnecessary part. The cassette deck will go into the stop mode. 2 Press [*/ h REC] to resume recording again. Recording will continue in the same direction as before. Note When recording an AM broadcast, sound is momentarily interrupted when you start and stop the recording. To reduce noise while recording an AM broadcast (Beat proof function) Press and hold [PLAY MODE] while recording. Every time you press the button: BP1 BP2 Select the position where there is less noise.
Common recording operations
To stop recording Press [STOP g, -DEMO]. When recording CDs, the CD also stops.
To stop recording temporarily Press [*/ h REC]. To resume recording, press [*/ h REC].
Using the sound quality settings
By remote control only
Note Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing damage.
SLEEP - AUTO OFF
When CD or tape is selected as the source To save power, the unit turns off if it is left unused for 10 minutes. This function does not work if the source is tuner or AUX.
Press and hold [SLEEP, -AUTO OFF].
"AUTO OFF" is shown on the display. To cancel Press and hold [SLEEP, -AUTO OFF] again to clear "AUTO OFF" from the display. For your reference The setting is maintained even if the unit is turned off. "AUTO OFF" disappears from the display if either tuner or AUX is selected as the source but continues to function normally.
Turning the demo function off
If the clock has not been set, a demonstration of the display is shown when the unit is switched to standby mode. This function is set to on at the time of purchase. 2
0000000000 During standby mode
RND PGM 1ALBUM 1TR ALL 1DISC AUTO OFF SLEEP PLAY MHz REC kHz TAG MONO ST PTY PS RDS S.SOUND EQ
0000000000 Press and hold [STOP g, -DEMO] until "NO DEMO" is displayed.
The display changes each time the button is held down. NO DEMO (off) DEMO ON (demo on) To show a demonstration of the display Press and hold [STOP g, -DEMO] until a demonstration of the display is shown. Note
You cannot turn demo function off when the unit is on. DEMO function cannot be turned on when Dimmer is on.
C To dim the display panel
Use this when you are going to sleep or any other time you would prefer the panel to be dimmer.
The display dims and all lights are turned off except for [AC IN] indicator. To cancel Press [DIMMER] again.
D To mute the volume
This feature is convenient when you have a telephone call, etc.
Press the button again to cancel. (MUTING goes out.) Muting can also be cancelled by lowering the volume all the way to --dB. When the system is turned off, the muting operation will be automatically cancelled.
Using the timers
Using the play/record timer
The timer has two functions. It can be set to on at a certain time to wake you up, or it can be set to record from the radio or from the aux source. The play timer cannot be used in combination with the record timer. Preparations: Turn the unit on and set the clock ( page 9). l For the play timer, prepare the music source you want to listen to; tape, CD, radio or aux, and set the volume. l For the record timer, insert the cassette and tune to the radio station ( page 10) or select the aux source ( page 26).
Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select the timer function.
PLAY ON OFF
REC ON OFF
to set the play timer to set the record timer
Setting the start and finish times
Within 7 seconds Press [u 2/REW] or [i 1/FF] to select the
finishing time. [CLOCK/TIMER]
starting time. [CLOCK/TIMER]
The start and finish times are now set.
Turning the timer on
Every time you press the button: zPLAY zREC no display (off)
zPLAY zREC to turn the play timer on to turn the record timer on
The indicator doesnt appear if the start and finish times or the clock havent been set.
Press  to turn the unit off.
The unit must be off for the timers to operate. Play timer: Play will start in the set condition at the set time with volume increasing gradually to the set level. Record timer: The unit comes on 30 seconds before the set time with the volume muted.
To cancel the timer Press [zPLAY/REC] to clear the timer indicators from the display. The timer comes on at the set time everyday if the timer is on. To change the play/record times (when unit is on) Do steps 1, 2, 3, and 5. To change the source or volume (when unit is on) 1 Press [zPLAY/REC] to clear the timer indicator from the display. 2 Make changes to the source or volume. 3 Do steps 4 to 5. (Continued on next page)
A Using the play/record timer
To check settings While the unit is on and the zPLAY or zREC indicator is on, press [CLOCK/TIMER] so the incicator appears on the display. The settings are displayed in the following order:
For play timer 1. Play start time 2. Play finish time 3. Play source 4. Playback volume For record timer 1. Recording start time 2. Recording finish time 3. Recording source
You can check the settings even when the system is OFF by pressing [CLOCK/TIMER] twice.
To enjoy the desired source after the timer setting is completed The volume level (for play timer) and music source are stored in the timer memory and the timer will start in these preset conditions. However, the CD numbers do not get stored in the timer memory. 1 After step 4, start playing the desired source. 2 Reset the CD numbers if you have changed any of them, confirm that a CD or cassette is inserted, then press [f] to put the unit on standby. Note
AUTO OFF SLEEP
If you turn the unit off and on again while a timer is functioning, the finish time setting will not be activated. If the unit is on, the timer will not function. The unit must be in the standby mode. If AUX is selected as the source, when the timer comes on, the system turns on and engages AUX as the source. If you want to playback or record from a connected unit, set the other units timer to the same time. (See the other units instruction manual.)
B Using the sleep timer
Set the unit to stop and turn off after a certain time. While enjoying the desired source:
Press [SLEEP] to select the desired time.
Every time you press the button: SLEEP 90 SLEEP 30 SLEEP 60 SLEEP OFF SLEEP 120
To cancel the sleep timer Press [SLEEP] to select SLEEP OFF. To confirm the remaining time (only while unit is ON) Press [SLEEP]. The remaining time is shown for about 5 seconds. To change the time remaining during operation Press [SLEEP] to show the remaining time, and then press [SLEEP] to select the desired time. Note
The sleep timer turns OFF automatically the moment you attempt to edit-record a CD. The play and sleep timer or the record and sleep timer can be used together. The sleep timer always has priority. Be sure not to overlap timer settings.
g AMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS Power output 10% Total harmonic distortion 1 kHz, both channels driven (Low channel) 35 W per channel (6 ) 8 kHz, both channels driven (High channel) 35 W per channel (6 ) Total Bi-Amp power 70 W per channel Input sensitivity AUX 250 mV Input Impedance AUX 11.8 k Beam source/wavelength Semiconductor laser/780 nm Number of channels Stereo Frequency response 20 Hz - 20 kHz (+1, -2 dB) Wow and flutter Below measurable limit Digital filter 8 fs D/A converter MASH (1 bit DAC) MP3 Bit rate 32 kbps - 320 kbps Sampling frequency 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz WMA Sampling frequency 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate. 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer. 3. The labels HIGH (HF) and LOW (LF) on the rear of the speakers refer to High frequency and Low frequency.
g FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range Sensitivity S/N 26 dB Antenna terminal(s) Frequency range Sensitivity S/N 26 dB (at 999 Hz) 87.9 - 107.9 MHz 1.8 V (IHF) 1.5 V 75 (unbalanced) 530 - 1710 kHz 560 V\m
When moving the unit
1. 2. 3. Remove all discs. Press  to turn the unit off. Disconnect the AC mains lead.
g SPEAKER SECTION
Type 2 way 2 speaker system Speaker(s) Woofer 10 cm cone type Tweeter 6 cm cone type Impedance HIGH 6 LOW 6 Input power HIGH 70 W (Music) LOW 70 W (Music) Output sound pressure level 80 dB/W (1.0 m) Cross over frequency 3.5 kHz Frequency range 55 Hz - 31 kHz (-16 dB) 75 Hz - 26 kHz (-10 dB) Dimensions (W x H x D) 155 x 250 x 258 mm Mass 2.3 kg
g AM TUNER SECTION
g CASSETTE DECK SECTION
Track system 4 track, 2 channel Heads Record/playback Solid permalloy head Erasure Double gap ferrite head Motor DC servo motor Recording system AC bias 100 kHz Erasing system AC erase 100 kHz Tape speed 4.8 cm/s Overall frequency response (+3 dB, -6 dB at DECK OUT) NORMAL (TYPE I) 35 Hz - 14 kHz S/N 50 dB (A weighted) Wow and flutter 0.18% (WRMS) Fast forward and rewind time Approx. 120 seconds with
For a cleaner crisper sound Clean the heads regularly to assure good quality playback and recording. Use a cleaning tape (not included). If the surfaces are dirty To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. l Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit. l Before using chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully.
This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone.
Power supply AC 120 V, 60 Hz) Power consumption 130 W Dimensions (W x H x D) 179 x 247 x 378 mm Mass 5.4 kg Power consumption in standby mode: Approx. 0.6 W
g CD SECTION Disc played
CD/MP3/WMA Sampling frequency Decoding Pickup
C-60 cassette tape
8cm/12cm, CD-R/RW 44.1 kHz 16 bit linear
1. Damage requiring service - The unit should be serviced by qualified service personnel if: (a) The AC power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or (b) Objects or liquids have gotten into the unit; or (c) The unit has been exposed to rain; or (d) The unit does not operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or (e) The unit has been dropped or the cabinet damaged. 2. Servicing - Do not attempt to service the unit beyond that described in these operating instructions. Refer all other servicing to authorized servicing personnel. 3. Replacement parts - When parts need replacing ensure the servicer uses parts specified by the manufacturer or parts that have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutes may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 4. Safety check - After repairs or service, ask the servicer to perform safety checks to confirm that the unit is in proper working condition. RQT7372 The servicer will require all components to service your system. Therefore, should service ever be necessary, be sure to bring the entire system.
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