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Multi-CD control High power cassette player with RDS tuner
Installation with the rubber bush. 3 Removing the Unit... 3
Using RDS Functions. 20
What is RDS?... Program Service Name Display.. AF Function... PI Seek Function... REG Function... TA Function... PTY Function... Basic Operation of Cassette Player. Fast Forward/Rewind.. Entering the Function Menu.. Radio Intercept.. 30
Connection Diagram.. 4 Connecting the Units.. 6 Key Finder.. 7 Before Using This Product. 8
About This Product.. 8 About This Manual.. 8 Precaution... 8 In Case of Trouble... 8
Using the Cassette Player.. 28
Cassette Player and Care. 31
Precaution.. 31 Cleaning the Head.. 31
Detaching and Replacing the Front Panel.. 9
Theft Protection.. 9
Audio Adjustment.. 32
Selecting the Mode.. Balance Adjustment... Bass/Treble Adjustment.. Loudness Adjustment.. 33 33
Initial Setting Menu.. 10
Entering the Initial Setting Menu. 10 Changing the FM Tuning Step.. 10 Switching the Auto PI Seek.. 11
Basic Operation.. 12
Switching Power On... 12 Switching Power Off.. 12
Other Functions.. 34
Time Display/Setting.. 34
Tuner Operation.. 13
Basic Operation of Tuner.. 13 AF Function Switching.. 14 Entering the Function Menu.. 15 Local Seek Tuning.. 16 Preset Tuning.. 16 BSM (Best Stations Memory). 17 Preset Memory.. 17 Recalling Preset Stations.. 18 Using the Programmable Button.. 18
Before finally installing the unit, connect the wiring temporarily, making sure it is all connected up properly, and the unit and the system work properly. Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions. Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other modifications of the vehicle. Install the unit where it does not get in the driver's way and cannot injure the passenger if there is a sudden stop, like an emergency stop. If installation angle exceeds 30 from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum performance.
Installation with the rubber bush
1. Dashboard 2. Holder After inserting the holder into the dashboard, then select the appropriate tabs according to the thickness of the dashboard material and bend them. (Install as firmly as possible using the top and the bottom tabs. To secure, bend the tabs 90 degrees.) 3. Rubber bush 4. Screw
Removing the Unit
5. Insert the supplied extraction keys into the unit, as shown in the figure, until they click into place. Keeping the keys pressed against the sides of the unit, pull the unit out.
This product conforms to new cord colors.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
This unit Rear output Anntenna jack Multi-CD player (sold separately) Connect leads of the same color to each other.
Depending on the kind of vehicle, the function of 9 and 11 may be different. If this is the case, be sure to connect 8 to 11 and 9 to 10. When the power cord of a component such as a Multi-CD Player is connected to this unit's power cord, check that 9 and 11 (Back-up or Accessory) are operating correctly, and that connections are correct. 7. Cap 8. Yellow To terminal always supplied with power regardless of ignition switch position.
9. Yellow Back-up (or accessory) 10. Red To electric terminal controlled by ignition switch (12 V DC) ON/OFF. 11. Red Accessory (or Back-up) 12. Black (ground) To vehicle (metal) body. 13. ISO connector
In some vehicles, the ISO connector may be divided into two. If this is the case, be sure to connect to both connectors.
CAUTION Cords for this product and those for other products may be different colors even if they have the same function. When connecting this product to another product, refer to the supplied Installation manuals of both products and
14. Speaker leads White: Front left White/black: Front left Gray: Front right Gray/black: Front right Green: Rear left Green/black: Rear left Violet: Rear right Violet/black: Rear right 15. Fuse 16. Connecting cords with RCA pin plugs (sold separately). 17. Blue/white 18. System remote control 19. To system control terminal of the power amp or Auto-antenna relay control terminal. (Max. 300 mA 12 V DC.)
20. Power amp (sold separately) 21. Left speaker 22. Right speaker 23. Rear 24. Use this for connections when you have the separately available amplifier.
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This unit is for vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative grounding. Before installing it in a recreational vehicle, truck, or bus, check the battery voltage. To avoid shorts in the electrical system, be sure to disconnect the battery cable before beginning installation. Secure the wiring with cable clamps or adhesive tape. To protect the wiring, wrap adhesive tape around them where they lie against metal parts. Route and secure all wiring so it cannot touch any moving parts, such as the gear shift, handbrake and seat rails. Do not route wiring in places that get hot, such as near the heater outlet. If the insulation of the wiring melts or gets torn, there is a danger of the wiring short-circuiting to the vehicle body. Don't pass the yellow lead through a hole into the engine compartment to connect to the battery. This will damage the lead insulation and cause a very dangerous short. Do not shorten any leads. If you do, the protection circuit may fail to work when it should. Never feed power to other equipment by cutting the insulation of the power supply lead of the unit and tapping into the lead. The current capacity of the lead will be exceeded, causing overheating. When replacing fuse, be sure to use only fuse of the rating prescribed on this unit. Since a unique BPTL circuit is employed, never wire so the speaker leads are directly grounded or the left and right speaker leads are common. The black lead is ground. Please ground this lead separately from the ground of high-current products such as power amps. If you ground the products together and the ground becomes detached, there is a risk of damage to the products or fire. Speakers connected to this unit must be high-power types possessing minimum rating of 40 W and impedance of 4 to 8 ohms. Connecting speakers with output and/or impedance values other than those noted here can damage the speakers. When an external power amp is being used with this system, be sure not to connect the blue/white lead to the amp's power terminal. Likewise, do not connect the blue/white lead to the power terminal of the auto-antenna. Such connection could cause excessive current drain and malfunction. To prevent incorrect connection, the input side of the IP-BUS connector is blue, and the output side is black. Connect the connectors of the same colors correctly. If this unit is installed in a vehicle that does not have an ACC (accessory) position on the ignition switch, the red lead of the unit should be connected to a terminal coupled with ignition switch ON/ OFF operations. If this is not done, the vehicle battery may be drained when you are away from the vehicle for several hours.
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With this menu, you can perform initial settings for the unit. Setting options cover everything from tuning steps for the tuner to auto PI seek ON/OFF switching.
Entering the Initial Setting Menu
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Hold for 2 seconds
To cancel the Initial Setting Menu, press the BAND button. 1RWH
Holding down the Function button for 2 seconds also cancels the Initial Setting Menu.
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Each press changes the Mode.
Each press of the Function button selects the mode in the following order: FM STEP = A-PI
Changing the FM Tuning Step
Normally set at 50 kHz during Seek tuning in the FM mode, the tuning step changes to 100 kHz when the AF or TA mode is activated. It may be preferable to set tuning step to 50 kHz in the AF mode.
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The tuning step remains set at 50 kHz during Manual tuning. The tuning step returns to 100 kHz if the battery is temporarily disconnected.
Switching the Auto PI Seek
During Preset Station PI Seek operation, you can switch the Auto PI Seek function ON/OFF. (Refer to PI Seek Function on page 22.)
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Switching the AUX mode
It is possible to use auxiliary (AUX) equipment with this product. Activate the AUX mode when using external equipment with this product.
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Switching Power On
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Each press of the SOURCE button selects the desired source in the following order: Tuner C Tape C Multi-CD player C AUX 1RWH
In the following cases, the sound source will not change: *No Multi-CD player is connected to this unit. *No cassette tape is set in this unit. *No magazine is set in the Multi-CD player. *AUX (external input) is set to OFF. (See page 11.)
Switching Power Off
Displaying the Frequency
The frequency of the current station appears on the display.
The AF (Alternative Frequencies search) function is used to search for other frequencies in the same network as the currently tuned station. It automatically retunes the receiver to another frequency in the network which is broadcasting a stronger signal when there are problems with reception of the currently tuned station or better reception is possible on a different frequency. 1RWH
AF tunes the receiver only to RDS stations when you use Seek tuning or BSM Auto Memory with the "AF" indicator ON. When you recall a preset station, the tuner may update the preset station with a new frequency from the station's AF list. (This is only available when using presets on the FM1 and FM2 bands.) No preset number appears on the display if the RDS data for the station received differs from that for the originally stored station. Sound may be temporarily interrupted by another program during an AF frequency search. When the tuner is tuned to a non-RDS station, the "AF" indicator flashes. AF can be switched ON or OFF independently for each FM band.
Activating/deactivating the AF Function
AF is set to ON by default.
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To turn AF back ON, repeat the preceding operation. 1RWH
PI Seek Function
The tuner searches for another frequency broadcasting the same programming. "PI SEEK" appears on the display and the radio volume is muted during a PI Seek. The muting is discontinued after completion of the PI Seek, whether or not the PI seek has succeeded. If the PI Seek is unsuccessful, the tuner returns to the previous frequency.
Auto PI Seek
If the tuner fails to locate a suitable alternative frequency or if the broadcasting signal is too weak for proper reception, the PI Seek will automatically start.
Preset Station PI Seek
When preset stations cannot be recalled, as when traveling long distances, the unit can be set to perform PI Seek also during preset recall. The default setting for PI Seek is OFF. 1RWH
Refer to "Initial Setting Menu" for details on how to switch this unit ON/OFF.
When AF is used to retune the tuner automatically, REG (regional) limits the selection to stations broadcasting regional programs. 1RWH
Regional programming and regional networks are organized differently depending on the country (i.e., they may change according to the hour, state or broadcast area). The preset number may disappear on the display if the tuner tunes in a regional station which differs from the originally set station.
The REG function can be turned ON independently for each FM band.
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The TA (Traffic Announcement standby) function lets you receive traffic announcements automatically, no matter what source (tuner, cassette player or multi-CD player) you are listening to. The TA function can be activated for either a TP station (a station that broadcasts traffic information) or an EON TP station (a station carrying information which crossreferences TP stations).
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The "TA" indicator lights, indicating that the tuner is waiting for traffic announcements. Repeat the preceding operation when no traffic announcement is being received to deactivate the TA function. 1RWH
You can also switch the TA Function ON/OFF in the Function Menu. Only the (+), (), TA/AF, AUDIO, DISP/Clock and SOURCE buttons can be used during traffic announcement reception. The system switches back to the original source following traffic announcement reception. The TA function can be activated from the cassette player or multi-CD player mode if the tuner was last set to the FM band but not if it was last set to the MW/LW band. If the tuner was last set to FM, turning on the TA function lets you operate other tuning functions while listening to a cassette or CD. Only TP or EON-TP stations are tuned in during the Seek Tuning mode when the "TA" indicator is ON. Only TP or EON-TP stations are stored by BSM when the "TA" indicator is ON.
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The announcement is canceled but the tuner remains in the TA mode until the TA/AF button is pressed again.
Adjusting the TA Volume
When a traffic announcement begins, the volume adjusts automatically to a preset level to enable you to hear the announcement clearly.
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The "PTY" indicator lights and the name of a program type appears on the display for 5 seconds. 1RWH
CURRENT sets desired PTY to the program type of the current station (only for RDS stations broadcasting PTY information).
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You can also select the PTY Search Setting PTY Code in the Function Menu, and switch the PTY Search Function ON/OFF.
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The tuner searches for a station broadcasting the desired PTY. 1RWH
The program of some stations may differ from that indicated by the transmitted PTY. If no station broadcasting the selected programming type is found, "NOT FOUND" is displayed for about 2 seconds, and the tuner returns to the original station.
PTY Alarm is a special PTY code for announcements regarding emergencies such as natural disasters. When the tuner receives the radio alarm code, "ALARM" appears on the display and the volume adjusts to the TA volume. When the station stops broadcasting the emergency announcement, the system returns to the previous source.
Only the (+), (), TA/AF, AUDIO, DISP/Clock and SOURCE buttons can be used during emergency announcement reception. The system switches back to the original source following emergency announcement reception.
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Basic Operation of Cassette Player
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The Tape function can be turned ON/OFF with the cassette tape remaining in this product. (See page 12.)
While "<-->" is displayed, the system fast-forwards the cassette tape to the end of the current side.
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While "<-->" is displayed, the system rewinds the cassette tape to the beginning of the current side.
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In this menu you can select Tape functions.
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You can cancel the Function Menu by pressing the BAND button. After selecting the Function Menu, if you do not perform an operation within about 30 seconds, the Function Menu is automatically canceled. This unit's cassette Function Menu enables Radio Intercept mode ON/OFF switching only. If you press the Function button for 2 seconds or more and select the Programmable button Setting mode, you can memorize the Radio Intercept mode ON/OFF setting beforehand. You can cancel the Programmable button setting mode by pressing the BAND button.
Radio Intercept (RI)
This function allows you to listen to the radio during tape fast-forwarding/rewinding.
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You can also switch the Radio Intercept mode ON/OFF by pressing the Programmable button.
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About the Cassette Player
A loose or warped label on a cassette tape may interfere with the eject mechanism of the unit or cause the cassette to become jammed in the unit. Avoid using such tapes or remove such labels from the cassette before attempting use.
About Cassette Tapes
Do not use tapes longer than C-90 type (90 min.) cassettes. Longer tapes can interfere with tape transport. Storing cassettes in areas directly exposed to sunlight or high temperatures can distort them and subsequently interfere with tape transport.
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Cleaning the Head
If the head becomes dirty, the sound quality will deteriorate and there will be sound dropouts and other imperfections in performance. In this case, the head must be cleaned.
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This product can control one or more multi-CD players.
Basic Operation of Multi-CD Players
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Each press changes the Source
The multi-CD player may perform a preparatory operation, such as verifying the presence of a disc or reading disc information, when the power is turned ON or a new disc is selected for playback. READY is displayed. If the multi-CD player cannot operate properly, an error message such as ERROR 14 is displayed. Refer to the multi-CD player owners manual.
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Switching the Multi-CD Player
It is possible to connect up to three multi-CD players by means of a multiple installation adapter. When two or more multi-CD players are installed, their priorities must be specified. Follow the multi-CD player instructions carefully, and set the address switches properly.
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Disc Number Search
Disc Number Search (for 6-Disc, 12-Disc types)
You can select discs directly with the 1 to 6 buttons. Just press the number corresponding to the disc you want to listen to. 1RWH
When a 12-Disc Multi-CD Player is connected and you want to select disc 7 to 12, press the 1 to 6 buttons for 2 seconds or longer.
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Disc Number Rough Search (for 50-Disc type only)
This handy function lets you select discs loaded in a 50-Disc Multi-CD Player using the 1 to 5 buttons. The 50 discs are divided into five blocks, with each of the 1 to 5 buttons assigned to a block. For example, if you press button 1, discs 10 through 19 are searched in order, and then the disc with the lowest disc number is selected. 1RWH
Pressing button 5 lets you select the 50th disc only. Button 6 does not operate. Rough search of discs 1 to 9 is not possible. Use the % buttons to select a desired disc.
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Track Search and Fast-forward/Reverse
Besides Track Search convenience when searching for a desired track, this unit also lets you fast-forward and reverse through tracks to find a desired phrase or section of music.
This feature enables you to advance or reverse track by track.
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Hold for half a second or less
This feature enables you to advance or reverse at high speed between tracks.
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In this menu you can select Multi-CD Player functions.
Each press of the Function button selects the mode in the following order: REPEAT + RANDOM + ITS P + PAUSE 1RWH
Entering the Detailed Setting Menu
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In this menu you can perform Disc Title Input, and ITS Program and Programmable button settings.
Each press of the Function button selects the mode in the following order: TITLE IN + ITS + PGM-FUNC To cancel the Detailed Setting Menu, hold down the Function button for 2 seconds. 1RWH
Pressing the BAND button also cancels the Detailed Setting Menu.
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Multi-CD Player Repeat Modes
Multi-CD players offer four repeat modes: One-track Repeat, Disc Repeat, Multi-CD player Repeat and All Repeat. Multi-CD player Repeat is the default mode (normal play) when one or more multi-CD players is installed.
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Pressing the BAND button cancels the Function Menu. All Repeat is available only when two or more multi-CD players are installed.
Multi-CD player repeat modes
Plays current track repeatedly. When Track Search or fast forward/reverse is performed, the mode returns to the Disc Repeat mode. When a different disc or multi-CD player is selected, the mode switches to the Multi-CD player Repeat mode. Plays current disc repeatedly. When a different disc or multi-CD player is selected, the mode switches to the Multi-CD player Repeat mode.
Multi-CD player Repeat Plays all discs loaded in the multi-CD player magazine repeatedly in order, (normal play) starting with the first disc. All Repeat Plays all discs in the magazines of all multi-CD players in order.
Multi-CD Player Random Play
Random Play is available when one or more multi-CD players are in use.
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When Multi-CD Player Random Play is ON, you can combine it with Repeat Mode to operate as shown below. Switching the Repeat Mode switches Random Play OFF. 1RWH
Pressing the BAND button cancels the Function Menu. Since playback is random, the same track may be repeated consecutively.
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One-track Repeat Disc Repeat Multi-CD player Repeat All Repeat
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Disc Title Input
You can input Titles up to 10 letters long for up to 100 discs. Using this function lets you easily search for and select a desired disc for play. (You can store ITS program and Disc Title data for up to 100 discs in memory.)
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To insert a space, select the flashing cursor.
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The title remains on the message display. 1RWH
Pressing the BAND button cancels the Detailed Setting Menu. Titles remain in memory, even after the disc has been removed from the magazine, and are recalled when the disc is reinserted. After the titles for 100 discs have been entered, data for a new disc will overwrite the data for the disc that has not been played back for the longest time. If a Multi-CD player is installed, the data is stored in the Multi-CD players memory.
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If no title has been input for a disc, NO TITLE flashes on the display for 8 seconds, after which the display becomes blank. Repeat the preceding operation to return to the normal display.
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Selecting the Mode
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Each press of the AUDIO button selects the mode in the following order: Fader/Balance + Bass + Treble + Loudness When audio modes are selected for adjustment, the setting returns to the normal display after 30 seconds.
This function allows you to select a Fader/Balance setting that provides ideal listening conditions in all occupied seats.
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After adjustment use the BAND button to return to the normal display.
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"FAD F15" "FAD R15" is displayed as it moves from front to rear. 1RWH
"FAD 00" is the proper setting when 2 speakers are in use.
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"BAL L9" "BAL R9" is displayed as it moves from left to right.
This product is equipped with two tone adjustment modes, the Bass Adjustment and Treble Adjustment modes.
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The display shows "+6" "-6".
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Loudness Adjustment (LOUD)
The Loudness function compensates for deficiencies in the low and high sound ranges at low volume.
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After selection use the BAND button to return to the normal display.
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The hour and minute can be advanced by pressing the respective buttons either consecutively or continuously.
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The display title for AUX mode can be changed.
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When using the CD-RB20 inter connector to connect an auxiliary component, switch power to that component ON only when you want to listen to it. If power to the auxiliary component is switched ON when you are listening to another source, you will hear sound from both sources simultaneously (sound will be mixed).
Power source.. 14.4 V DC (10.8 15.1 V allowable) Grounding system.. Negative type Max. current consumption.. 8.5 A Dimensions (mounting size).. 178 (W) E 50 (H) E 150 (D) mm (front face). 188 (W) E 58 (H) E 19 (D) mm Weight... 1.2 kg
Frequency range.. 87.MHz Usable sensitivity.. 11 dBf (1.0 V/75 , mono, S/N: 30 dB) 50 dB quieting sensitivity. 16 dBf (1.7 V/75 , mono) Signal-to-noise ratio.. 70 dB (IEC-A network) Distortion.. 0.3% (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz, stereo) Frequency response. 30 15,000 Hz (3 dB) Stereo separation.. 40 dB (at 65 dBf, 1 kHz)
Maximum power output.. 40 W E 4 Continuous power output.. 22 W E 4.. (DIN45324, +B = 14.4 V) Load impedance. 4 (allowable) Tone controls (Bass).. 12 dB (100 Hz) (Treble).. 12 dB (10 kHz) Loudness contour. +10 dB (100 Hz), +7 dB (10 kHz)...(volume: -30 dB)
Frequency range.. 531 1,602 kHz Usable sensitivity.. 18 V (S/N: 20 dB) Selectivity... 50 dB (9 kHz)
Frequency range.. kHz Usable sensitivity.. 30 V (S/N: 20 dB) Selectivity... 50 dB (9 kHz)
Tape.. Compact cassette tape (C-30 C-90) Tape speed... 4.8 cm/sec. Fast forward/rewinding time. Approx. 90 sec. for C-60 Wow & flutter... 0.13% (WRMS) Frequency response. 40 14,000 Hz (3 dB) Stereo separation... 45 dB Signal-to-noise ratio.. 52 dB (IEC-A network)
Specifications and the design are subject to possible modification without notice due to improvements.
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