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|chriscovington||3:46pm on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|go a long way to find better I have had many tape decks, my last dying recently hence the purchase. PIONEER CT W208R Amazon provided this product Via CONRAD electronics, Conrad stated 7 day delivery time, in fact I recieved it in 3 days. great deck Fantastic quality sound for the now ageing cassette. Pioneer are a top brand and this item demonstrates that in itself. Lack of speakers I bought this item thinking that it would work immediately but am unable to at the moment as it came without any speakers.|
|iNot||8:34am on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Ease of use and reliability to date None really except the price but as choice of decent cassette decks is limited. Good player of old tapes No bad points at this stage|
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pliance may not correspond with coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloumd brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloumd red.
If the plug provided is unsuitable for your socket outlets, the plug must be cut off and a suitable plug fitted.
After replacing or changing fuse,the fuse cover in the plug mus_ be replaced with a fuse cover whic_ corresponds to the colour of the insert in the base of the plug or the word that is embossed on the base of the plug, end the applia rice must not be used without e fuse cover. If lost, replacement fuse covers can be obtained from your dealer. Only 5 A fuses approved by B.S.I. or A.S.T.A. to B.S. 1362 should be used.
READ INSTRUCTIONS instructions should All the safety before safety retained and the operating is POWER away NONUSE The be and operating for future should unused OBJECT -- All warnings instructions on the appliance should be adhered and end in to. use AND ONES from An outdoor power lines. power from cord the of the outlet appliance when left antenna should be located OUTDOOR antenna sure the ANTENNA is connected antenna GROUNDING to the system antenna is grounded voltage If an outside be as to be read appliance terminal, so operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS instructions reference. HEED WARNING the operating should PERIODS be for - The unplugged a long MQUID period ENTRY of time. Care should be taken provide some protection against and built-up static charges. In the Code, respect appliance service supporting to an U.S.A. section 810 70, of the surges Electrical with and wire National
so that into DAMAGE the
do not fall and liquids
are not spilled
ANSI/NFPA to proper structure,
information of the mast lead-in of
FOII__OW INSTRUCTIONS instructions should WATER AND MOISTURE
All operating be followed. The appliance
enclosure REQUIRING be serviced or qualified
through openings. SERVICE The by a Pioneer service cord authorized
grounding grounding unit, antenna
of the size
should should not center The
discharge location of
grounding unit, See and Fig.
personnel or the plug
when: has been
conductors, connection requirements A. CART -
discharge electrodes, electrode.
be used near water washbowl, kitchen basement, LOCATION stable WALL OR should VENTILATION that or The near
for example, sink, laundry s swimming should
near e bathtub, tub, in a wet pool, be etc. installed in a
Make sure that the sensor holes on the cassette selector mechanism
are not blocked; will not function
properly. Do not use TYPE
I TIPS ON CASSETTE
tape to clear
Leader tape (which cannot be recorded on) is provided at the beginning of a cassette tape. Let the tape run for about 5 seconds before starting to record, to allow the leader
the recording head. Do not leave a cassette tape Store the cassette in its case do not slack. dirt, adhere Store oil, heat to the tape,
exposed to the environment. after use so that dust and dirt and so the from tape will not get dust,
in a location
and humidity. they can easily jam in the often are subject to other It is best not to use them the tape may get jammed to both the tape the tape is wound and the evenly,
Because C-120 tapes are very thin, pinch rollers and capstan, and they problems with this such as irregular deck. tapes are irregularly wound, damage This can cause are not certain or rewind tape winding.
TYPE il (High/CrO2) tape
If cassette deck.
in the rollers. If you the fast forward sure that
the tape from beginning wound.
to end, to make
Compact Disc Player
Recording t CD' DECK SYNCHRO control cord jack JCD_ SYNCHRO
Stereo Amplifier CONTROL OUT jack of the stereo compoNO TES: Keep the input and output jacks connected fier and this unit, otherwise, the CDDECK ing cannot I Even when be carried out. is connected to the amplifier with an or this between the ampliSYNCHRO recordplugs are inserted noise. securethe CD player
nents which you intend to connect to this unit. Turn the power on only after making all the connections. Make sure that all of the connection connections ly, as improper may generate
CONNECTING THE RECORDING PLAYBACK CORDS
optical fiber cable, connect the CD player to the amplifier unit with the input and output cords with pin plug.
PIONEER SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROL (CT-W703RS/CT-W603RS only) CONTROL
Use the enclosed CONTROL mote OUT
channel (_ White plug
Remote jack of that Control another Cord to connect with this jack to the bears System the Recomponent which this unit control
mark (indicating Right channel Red plug Control). Pioneer system ton to choose Connect cassette (OUTPUT) Connect Left Right the TAPE jacks deck. of your amplifier the to the LINE jacks of the REC (INPUT) jacks of the and the PLAY I1. To operate designed
@ DECK I eject button (_)
a If the tape is moving (recording, button playback, tape winding, etc.), press the stop (n) NO TE: before pressing this button.
is in the STANDBY circuits outlet.
flow to the deck's
as long as the power
(_ FLEX button
(_ DECK I counter I counter I BLE NR reset mode button button (RESET) (TIME/COUNT) <_) DECK DECK (_ DOLBY
ff the power is turned off while the tape is moving, the cassette door may remain locked. In this case, turn the power on before pressing the eject (Am) button.
@ Deck I operation buttons
<1 (PARALI II) </MS /MS [Except O : Reverse : Forward : Fast playback playback search search
button ON/OFF only) only
(Except for CT-W603RS)
switch Parallel ) Synchro copy recording copy button
button (COPY Normal speed
: Stop : Fast forward/music for CT-W603RS] : Recording mute
DOLBY* NR switch (B/C/S)
Dolby noise reduction under HX and HX Pro headroom Laboratories & Olufsen. Corporation. extension LicetTsing
manufactured Corporation. "'DOLBY", marks Function
from Dolby by Bang Dr] Licensing
@ Microphone @ @ @ @
Pro originated Laboratories
display Synchro copy buttons
jack (MIC) (CT-W803RS/CT-W703RS (U.S. and Canadian models only)) MIC LEVEL control (CT-W803RS/CT-WT03RS (U.S. and Canadian models only)) Headphones jack (PHONES) Recording level control (REC LEVEL) DECK II eject button ( _--)
If the tape press is moving the stop is turned remain the eject operation : Reverse _/MS () (recording, button playback, tape winding, etc.), NO TE: before pressing is moving, this button. the cassette on before
II) speed speed copy copy copy button (COPY I II)
: Normal : Double only speed
(CT-W603RS HIGH: Double
) Synchro copy
ff the power door may pressing
off while the tape
In this case, turn the power
DECK II BLE button @ Reverse mode switch (REV MODE RELAY/SKIP) (_ DECK II BLE button (CT-W803RS/CT-W703RS)
(_ (_ DECK DECK II counter II counter mode reset button button recording (TIME/COUNT) (RESET) button (CD SYNC)
(Am) button. buttons playback search search
@ DECK II
: Forward playback : Fast reverse/music : Stop : Fast forward/music : Recording : Pause : Recording mute
There are three settings:
One way mode z
When the switch performed
position, only. playback When (auto or recording the tape is reaches
is set to this
on one side of the tape
the end of the side,
it stops automatically
way mode _-_ position
the switch of the is set to this position, sides of the side, first (forward) playback When or recording the tape can on both tape. reaches
be performed end reversed, (reverse) tape stops cording reaches
and playback or recording continues on the other side. When it reaches the end of the reverse side, the automatically (auto stop function). If playback or reit is started from the reverse the end of that side. side, the tape will stop when
With commercially available cassette tapes, sensitivity and frequency characteristics might differ slightly from one another, even though the same sound adjustment is set for them. To utilize tape characteristics to the maximum possible and realize an ideal recording which reproduces the source exactly, optimum recording level (sensitivity) and equalizer values must be set accordingly for each tape. In many conventional tape decks, standard values are fixed for standard tapes, thus nullifying the subtle differences between individual tapes. Perfect tuning by ear through use of fine adjustment controllers for bias and sensitivity is difficult and requires a lot of effort. It is especially difficult with a 2-head deck where the recording sound cannot be monitored. The AUTO BLE on this unit automatically adjusts bias, level and equalizer by using a microprocessor to set the optimum recording characteristics accordingly for each tape.
When the tape
are played back
for playback, until the stop completely both (i) sides of button is (16
is set to this position repeatedly
I FLEX (1If) SYSTEM
pressed, sides). played
or until the tape has been played
If Deck I and II are loaded with tapes, each tape will be 15 times using relay playback and then both decks will stop If the pause button is pressed 15 times for to pause starts (16 sides). both sides for the above the over tape, from playback switch is restarted, is set to this the repeat position mode
automatically. and then When the the beginning,
play the tape
are recorded and then the tape stops, two way mode. If Deck I and II are loaded the recording starts with with tapes, Deck L
as described relay recording
is used when
OPERATION OF DECK I WITH A REMOTE CONTROL UNIT NOT DESIGNED FOR DOUBLE DECKS (system remote control) (Except for CT-W803RS)
DECK I with the remote control unit, adjust the
unit as follows: With the power off, press and hold the stop (i) button of DECK I, and turn the power on. Continue to hold the stop (11) button operated for approximately five control seconds. DECK I can I! cannot. now be using the remote unit, but DECK
to DECK II
To restore remote control operation to DECK II, press the stop (e) button of DECK II while DECK II is in stop mode. DECK II can now be operated using the remote control unit. Remote control oper-
FLEX System: Frequency Level Expander System This system automatically compensates high and low frequency level balance above 1 kHz according to the 1/f curve during playback. Generally, envelope line of sound energy distribution of Hi-Fi sounds corresponds statistically with the 1/f curve. The 1If curve indicates that if the frequency doubles the level decreases by approx, half of the original frequency level. During playback, the FLEX system automatically compensates tapes with poor sound quality at high frequency levels of 1 kHz and over based on the appropriate auditory characteristics. The FLEX system is designed to improve high frequency reproduction in the 10 kHz range be up to 12 dB, particularly in tapes with poor sound clarity and sound presence at high frequency levels. If the playback tape sound matches the 1/f curve, the FLEX system defeats compensation adjustment automatically. When you press the FLEX button to turn the FLEX system on and start playback, the 1/f indicator flash and compensation adjustment begins. Compensation adjustment takes within approximately 3 seconds to complete, depending on the music source. The indicator change from a flashing to a steadily lit condition. When the FLEX system is engaged, each music selection is automatically adjusted during playback. System operation status is indicated by whether the 1/f indicator is lit. Even when the FLEX system is turned on, the 1/f indicator is nullified automatically during all recording functions including: AUTO BLE tuning, CDeDECK synchro recording, and tape copying.
Dolby HX PRO Headroom Extension System
The DOLBY HX PRO system controls the bias current during recording and maintains it at the optimal level based on the amount of the high-frequency provides excellent components. components recording which quality contain in the music signal. even when a large optimal amount results, It therefore signals HX PRO of high-frethe recording
noise reduction system is effective at reducing
To guarantee automatically the quality
noise not only in the treble and mid-range frequencies, but in the bass frequencies as well. In addition, maximum noise-reducing effect is demonstrated not only in non-recorded freedom parts of the tape reduction of side-efbut in the recorded noise modulation signal portions (bridging noise), as well. The broad
system is activated this system controls
when recording begins. Since of recording itself, the clarity of the tapes are played back not contain the HX PRO
the sound will be maintained on another cassette deck Headroom Extension
even when which does
TAPE TRANSPORTATION INDICATORS
button, '_ Time
and 2 modes counter
Different counters are provided for DECK content lastly I and II. The number and range of the couneasily to locate resume recorded of a counter increases/decreases or playing or where as a tape runs. It is convenient back. you You can then
These indicators display the current tape transport mode. The chart below shows the meaning of each of these indicators.
if you make a note of the recorded ter while the recording. recording track desired
For both DECK I and II
indicates starts. time the During elapsed starts time counting to a tape for recording when counter. duration of recording to fastswitches to the is changed the counter When or playback. or playthe counter recording
This automatically automatically
fast-forwarding/rewinding, indicates recording only time
or playback. forwarding, Fast forward _ _ from
or music search, to tape counter.
the time counter
the operation switches
returns to recording time counter. Fast reverse _ _ _1 _ Tape counter
indication I-I I-I I_1 I_1 I-I I-I I_1 I_1
Forward search music
Reverse search music
indication I-I FI. I-I I-I I_1 I_1- I_l I_1
For both DECK and II (Except for DECK I of CT-W603RS'
Counter reset button
counter to uu.
to unur_Lfm L_n, or to reset uu
mode Press this button the time to reset the tape counter
PLAY Counter indicator during music search
I-I I-I I-I I-I I_1 I_1 I_l I_1
I Normal tape counter indicator I I Counter indicator during music search I
Recording standby REC _ _ REC
L! ! Plus sign
A plus sign ( + ) appears direction. A minus sign ( - ) appears direction.
during music during
in the forward in the reverse
last two example,
digits of the counter to be skipped. it shows When "P+03" the deck
the number number then -*
of selections decreases "P+01" tape
If three selections a selection resumes
are to be skipped, "P + 02"
by 1 each etc.).
is skipped playback,
(CT-W803RS only) REMOTE CONTROL OPERABLE RANGE
The remote control can operate within the ranges of approx. 23 feet (7m) in distance or left from the position from the deck, and 30 degrees to right where the remote control points to the
The remote control may be disabled if any obstacle is placed between the deck and the remote control or if the remote control points to the sensor on the deck improperly. that generprovided for concontrol
The deck may malfunction ates infrared rays or near equipment that generates
if it is used near equipment another remote infrared ray. ranges
3. Set the REV MODE 4. Set the stereo 5. Press the playback II. To improve high
(1_ or _1) button
3. Set the REV MODE
4. Set the stereo amplifier for tape playback. 5. Press the playback (1_ or ,) button of the deck sound during playback in
tapes with poor recordings Press the FLEX button and playback the tape.
will start to play first. When the tape in one deck ends, the other deck automati To cally begins playback. To cancel relay playback, press the STOP (11) button. improve high frequency sound during playback in
To stop playback
) button. either
for DECK I of
Press the pause To resume ( II playback, press the pause ( II ) button again,
tapes with poor recordings Press the FLEX button and playback the tape. NO TES:
or press the playback
(1_ or <) button.
Press the stop (11) button.
Relay playback can begin from either DECK I or DECK II. The tape in the idle deck can be replaced during relay playback mode, allowing many tapes to be played back continuously. This is a convenient feature for parties, background music, etc. When this mode is selected, if the tape deck encounters an unrecorded portion of tape more than 15 seconds in length, it will fast forward the tape until it encounters another recorded portion, and resume playback from that point.
To stop playback temporarily (Except for DECK I of
Press the pause ( II ) button. To resume playback, either This function allows you switch to skip unrecorded portions of the tape or press the playback during playback. Set the REV MODE When fast tion, NO TE: When the REVMODE switch is set to c---,__ position, relay mode will be engaged automatically. this forward mode portion press the pause ( II ) button again,
(Ib or 41) button.
to c_-- _. if the tape than that it encounters from deck encounters in length, recorded an unit will por-
Press the stop (11) button of the operating deck. 15 seconds another point.
is selected, of tape playback more until
PLAYBACK SEQUENCE SWITCH SETTING
The playback switch *2 playback sequence depends and on which sequence playback for each
of the REV MODE first. The below. from
the next song or beyond, played press the <141 of songs to be skipped. To return to the previous as the When song of
times as the number to the song button _ the button once.
on the setting _1) button selection
you wish to listen ginning, or before, songs press
being currently as many times
from the benumber
is pressed is shown is always
press the b_ to be skipped
In the repeat (_---J) mode, the forward direction. I forward I reverse II forward
I D : DECK I <3 : DECK II D : DECK
playback playback playback
From the stop mode
Press the playback press the above. If the 414 or _ button side, ( or <) button button to set the playback music search than search will stop mode, then to perform more times as mentioned of selecon the end.
II <3 : DECK It reverse playback oo : Auto-reverse function --* : Relay REV MODE switch
tions recorded Another deck mode * 2 Playback sequence opposite NOTES: In the following
on the tape, but reverse
will continue at the tape
Starting playback button DECK I
circumstances, detect of unit blanks
the music search between between
11>oo1<3-,111:>oo11<3-,11>oo1<3"" 15 times relay (32 sides playback)
to properly a sign long.
this is not, less than 4
1<1-,II1>oo11<3-*11>oo1<3-HI1>'-' 15 times relay (31 sides playback)
When using a tape with seconds
DECK I1 c--.__ DECK I1<1
Iit>oo11<3-,11>oo1<3-*111>oo11<3"" 15 times relay (32 sides playback)
When listening to tapes with long low-level intervals, like classical music, or with sound breaks several seconds long within selections.
15 times relay (31 sides playback)
When sound When
listening to recorded is intermittent. using tapes
or talk shows, between
with noise in the blanks
from the middle of a selecplayback will return To return to selections "1 st previous selection," selection. selection.
The music between direction matically It can find the present
SEARCH forward or backward
the music search operation of the one present extra
and specifying back, count
(longer in the
than 4 seconds) or reverse and autoor after
to the beginning further
selections, to find the starts a selection position.
advances beginning located
and set the DOLBY
well as when the tape in DECK
the end, and DECK
of the CD player. level. of both the cassette deck
recording. A twin A multi CD player CD player playback stands stands for a twin-tray for a magazine compact compact player). disc player. disc player
See page 14.
7. Press the stop (11) button and the CD player.
(sequential NO TES:
of 6 compact-disc
Unless both this deck and the CD player are in stop mode, synchro recording cannot be performed. button, and the CD player beThe cassette deck begins recording, gins playback.
with PIONEER function. with the buton is
8. Press the CD SYNC
CD players equipped Be sure to connect CDoDECK SYNCHRO Although pressed, is released. the leader recording the CD player
with the CDoDECK the deck and the control cord. begins when the
SYNCHRO CD player CD S YNC
does not start playback a blank section
until the button the tape past SYNCHRO Any type twinon the tape.
This function section, CD players which meets
can be used to advance equipped these with a CDeDECK
or to create
Only PIONEER jack tray of CD player
can be used for CDoDECK or multiplay models,
can be used. <RRB1143>
(from DECK I to DECK II)
To stop copying
Press the stop ( ) button of either deck. Both decks will stop.
tape, set the type of the DOLBY copying may speed is be-
NO TES: The tape in DECK II will be copied in the same type of the DOLBY NR switch as DECK I's tape, regardless of its own setting. When listening to the copied NR switch on DECK I. If a nearby television
set is on while high-speed interference sound
The tape copying function permits
you to copy the to select (copying contents of
be heard copying will
on the tape. In this case, either use the normal function, or turn off the television. During function either normal high-speed except copying, for the stop none (
of the operation ) button.
a tape from DECK I to DECK The SYNCHRO COPY button speed copying, or high-speed mal playback speed).
II. is used copying
at twice the nor-
During normal speed copying, the recording pause (ll) buttons of deck II also function. Tape copying the end. length. is cancelled it when Therefore, quality from level is advisable to use
either of the two tapes
of the same less than alof a tape
1. Load a tape
I and a tape
recording into DECK II. 2. Set the REV MODE switch. 3. Set the tape transport direction. Tape copying is always performed in the direction indicated by the tape transport indicator (1_ or <1). To change this direction, press the desired playback button (1_ or _1), then immediately press the stop ( ) button. 4. Press the SYNCHRO COPY button to select either NORMAL NORMAL: or HIGH speed. Tape copying at normal speed allows listen during playback (COPY indicator lights steadily). Tape copying at twice the normal speed (COPY indicator flashes). Playback will still audible.
The sound the original.
of the copied when the original adjustment
tape will be somewhat making tape more than (do not make necessary
one copy, a copy during
ways record copy). The recording cop ying.
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising your dealer to carry out repair work. component. the checks Investigate listed below, the other components and electrical ask your nearest PIONEER authorized
check appliances being service center or Cause _ Remedy
Symptom POWER Cannot turn power on.
The power plug is removed. The component (stereo amplifier, audio timer, etc.) to which the power cord is connected is off.
Insert the power plug correctly. Turn the stereo amplifier or audio timer on.
CASSETTE DOOR The door does not open. The deck is not in stop mode (tape is moving). Power was turned off with the tape moving. The cassette is not properly loaded. Press the stop (11) button. Turn power on. Reinsert the cassette.
The door does not close. PLAYBACK
(CT-W703RS/CT-W603RS 2-mode electronic jack Michrophone
(CT-W803RS/CT-W703RS: Headphone jack Wireless remote control (CT-W803RS: Flex system UK model
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reset button (RESET) and the DECK II simultaneously to set the the demonstration mode, in the dotted lines
Press the DECK counter mode demonstration press any above. one
button (TIME/COUNT) mode. To cancel of the buttons
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