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Precautions. 2 Controls and indicators. 3 - 5
Preparation for Use
System connections. 6 - 8 Remote control. 9
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General control. 10 Setting the clock (Remote control only). 11
CD or MP3/WMA disc Playback
Listening to a CD or MP3/WMA disc. 12 - 15 Advanced CD or MP3/WMA disc playback. 16 - 18 MP3/WMA navigation (only for MP3/WMA files). 19 - 22
Listening to the radio. 23 - 24
Please confirm that the following accessories are included.
Listening to a cassette tape (TAPE 1 or TAPE 2). 25 - 26
Recording on a cassette tape. 26 - 28
Remote control 1 AA size battery (UM/SUM-3, R6, HP-7 or similar) 2 Using the Radio Data System (RDS). 29 - 34 Timer and sleep operation (Remote control only). 35 - 38 Enhancing your system. 39 - 40
Troubleshooting chart. 40 - 42 Maintenance. 43 Specifications. 43 - 44
AM loop aerial 1 Note: Only the above accessories are included.
FM aerial 1
Please ensure that the equipment is positioned in a well ventilated area and ensure that there is at least 10 cm (4") of free space along the sides, top and back of the equipment.
Hold the AC power plug by the head when removing it from the wall socket, as pulling the lead can damage internal wires. The AC power plug is used as disconnect device and shall always remain readily operable. Do not remove the outer cover, as this may result in electric shock. Refer internal service to your local SHARP service facility.
10 cm (4") 10 cm (4")
10 cm (4")
Table Use the unit on a firm, level surface free from vibration.
The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items, such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus. Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal. The apparatus is designed for use in moderate climate. This unit should only be used within the range of 5C - 35C (41F - 95F).
Keep the unit away from direct sunlight, strong magnetic fields, excessive dust, humidity and electronic/electrical equipment (home computers, facsimiles, etc.) which generate electrical noise. Do not place anything on top of the unit. Do not expose the unit to moisture, to temperatures higher than 60C (140F) or to extremely low temperatures. If your system does not work properly, disconnect the AC power lead from the wall socket. Plug the AC power lead back in, and then turn on your system. In case of an electrical storm, unplug the unit for safety.
Warning: The voltage used must be the same as that specified on this unit. Using this product with a higher voltage other than that which is specified is dangerous and may result in a fire or other type of accident causing damage. SHARP will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other than that which is specified.
The sound level at a given volume setting depends on speaker efficiency, location, and various other factors. It is advisable to avoid exposure to high volume levels. Do not turn the volume on to full at switch on and listen to music at moderate levels. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
Controls and indicators
Reference page 1. Disc Trays. 13 2. Timer Indicator. 36 3. Tuner (Band) Button. 23 4. CD Button. 13 5. ON/STAND-BY Button. 10 6. Tape (1 2) Button. 25 7. Game/Aux Button. 39 8. Tape 1 Cassette Compartment. 25 9. Headphone Socket. 40 10. Disc Tray Open/Close Button. 13 11. Disc Number Select Buttons. 13 12. Volume Control. 10 13. CD or Tape Stop Button. 14, 26 14. CD Play or Repeat, Tape Play Button. 13, 17, 25 15. CD Track Up or Fast Forward, Tape 2 Fast Forward, Tuner Preset Up, Time Up Button. 11, 14, 24, 26, 35 16. CD Track Down or Fast Reverse, Tape 2 Rewind, Tuner Preset Down, Time Down Button. 11, 14, 24, 26, 35 17. Tape 2 Cassette Compartment. 25 18. Remote Sensor. 9
Reference page 1. Disc Number Indicators. 16 2. MP3/WMA Folder Indicator. 19 3. MP3/WMA Title Indicators. 19 4. MP3 Indicator. 13 5. WMA Indicator. 13 6. RDS Indicator. 29 7. Trafc Announcement Indicator. 29 8. Dynamic PTY Indicator. 29 9. Trafc Programme Indicator. 29 10. Sleep Indicator. 38 11. Timer Play Indicator. 36 12. Timer Recording Indicator. 36 13. Tape 2 Record Indicator. 27 14. MP3/WMA Total Indicator. 20 15. Daily Timer Indicator. 36 16. FM Stereo Mode Indicator. 23 17. FM Stereo Receiving Indicator. 23 18. Tape Play Indicator. 25 19. Memory Indicator. 18, 24 20. Extra Bass Indicator. 10 21. Disc Repeat Play Indicator. 17 22. Disc Pause Indicator. 14 23. Disc Play Indicator. 13
Rear panel Reference page 1. Cooling Fan (FOR CD-MPX500H ONLY). 8 2. AC Power Lead. 8 3. FM 75 Ohms Aerial Socket. 7 4. AM Aerial Earth Terminal. 7 5. AM Loop Aerial Terminal. 7 6. Game/Aux Input Sockets. 39 7. Front Speaker Terminals. 7 Speaker System
1. Tweeter 2. Super Tweeter 3. Woofer 4. Bass Reflex Duct 5. Speaker Wire
Controls and indicators (continued)
Reference page 1. Remote Control Transmitter. 9 2. Disc Number Select Buttons. 13 3. Clock/Timer Button. 11, 35 4. Character Input/Disc Direct Search Buttons. 16, 21 5. Equaliser Mode Select Button. 10 6. Extra Bass/Demo Button. 10 7. Volume Up and Down Buttons. 10 8. ON/STAND-BY Button. 10 9. CD Button. 13 10. Tuner (Band) Button. 23 11. Tape (1 2) Button. 25 12. Game/Aux Button. 39 13. Disc Clear/Dimmer Button. 10, 18 14. Disc Random Button. 17 15. Disc Stop Button. 14 16. Tape Stop Button. 25 17. Memory Button. 11, 18, 24, 35 18. Disc Pause Button. 14 19. Disc Play or Repeat Button. 13, 17 20. Tape Play Button. 25 21. Tape 2 Record Pause Button. 27 22. Tuning Up, Cursor Up Button. 19, 23 23. Disc Track Up or Fast Forward, Tape 2 Fast Forward, Tuner Preset Up, Time Up, Cursor Right Button. 11, 14, 24, 26, 35 24. Disc Track Down or Fast Reverse, Tape 2 Rewind, Tuner Preset Down, Time Down, Cursor Left Button. 11, 14, 24, 26, 35 25. Tuning Down, Cursor Down Button. 19, 23 26. MP3/WMA Navigation Mode Select Button. 19 27. Character Button. 19 28. MP3/WMA Display Button. 15 29. Enter Button. 19 30. RDS ASPM Button. 29 31. RDS PTY Button. 29 32. RDS Display Button. 29
Make sure to unplug the AC power lead before any connections.
Aerial connection (see page 7)
FM aerial AM loop aerial
Speaker connection (see page 7)
Wall socket (AC 230 V ~ 50 Hz)
AC power connection (see page 8)
System connections (continued)
Supplied FM aerial: Connect the FM aerial wire to the FM 75 OHMS socket and position the FM aerial wire in the direction where the strongest signal can be received. Supplied AM loop aerial: Connect the AM loop aerial to the AM and GND terminals. Position the AM loop aerial for optimum reception. Place the AM loop aerial on a shelf, etc., or attach it to a stand or a wall with screws (not supplied).
Connect the black wire to the FRONT SPEAKERS minus (-) terminal, and the red wire to the FRONT SPEAKERS plus (+) terminal. Red Black
FM GND AM
Note: Placing the aerial on the unit or near the AC power lead may cause noise pickup. Place the aerial away from the unit for better reception. Installing the AM loop aerial: < Assembling >
< Attaching to the wall >
Screws (not supplied)
Caution: Use speakers with an impedance of 6 ohms or more, as lower impedance speakers can damage the unit. Do not mistake the right and the left channels. The right speaker is the one on the right side when you face the unit. Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other. Do not stand or sit on the speakers. You may be injured. Do not allow any objects to fall into or to be placed in the bass reflex duct.
AC power connection
After checking all the connections have been made correctly, plug the AC power lead of this unit into the wall socket. If you plug in the unit first, the unit will enter the demonstration mode.
The first time the unit is plugged in, the unit will enter the demonstration mode. You will see words scroll. To cancel the demonstration mode: When the unit is in the power stand-by mode (demonstration mode), press the X-BASS/DEMO button. The unit will enter the low power consumption mode. To return to the demonstration mode: When the unit is in the power stand-by mode, press the X-BASS/DEMO button again. Note: When the power is on, the X-BASS/DEMO button can be used to select the extra bass mode.
Press the or button to select 24-hour or 12-hour display and then press the MEMORY button.
0:00 AM 12:00 AM 0:00
The 24-hour display will appear. (0:00 - 23:59) The 12-hour display will appear. (AM 12:00 - PM 11:59) The 12-hour display will appear. (AM 0:00 - PM 11:59)
Listening to a CD or MP3/WMA disc
This system can play back a standard CD, CD-R/RW in the CD format and CD-R/RW with MP3 or WMA les, but cannot record on them. Some audio CD-R and CD-RW discs may not be playable due to the state of the disc or the device that was used for recording. MP3: MP3 is a form of compression. It is an acronym which stands for MPEG Audio Layer 3. MP3 is a type of audio code which is processed by signicant compression from the original audio source with very little loss in sound quality. This system supports MPEG 1 Layer 3, MPEG 2 Layer 3, and VBR files. During VBR le playback, time counter in the display may differ from its actual playback time. Bitrate which is supported by MP3 is 32 ~ 320 kbps. WMA: WMA les are Advanced System Format les that include audio les which are compressed with Windows Media Audio codec. WMA is developed by Microsoft as an audio format le for Windows Media Player. MP3 or WMA indicator will light up after the unit reads information on an MP3 or WMA disc. Bitrate which is supported by WMA is 64 ~ 160 kbps. Auto power on function: When you press any of the following buttons, the unit turns on. CD button (main unit and remote control): The unit turns on and the CD function is activated. CD / button on the remote control: The unit turns on and CD playback starts (regardless of the last function). / button on the main unit: The unit turns on and playback of the last function starts (CD,TAPE,TUNER,GAME/AUX). Auto power off function: In the stop mode of CD, MP3 or WMA operation, the main unit enters the stand-by mode after 15 minutes of inactivity.
Listening to a CD or MP3/WMA disc (continued)
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to turn the power on. Press the CD button. Press the 1 button and within 5 seconds, press the button to open the disc tray 1. Place the disc on the disc tray 1, label side up. Be sure to place 8 cm (3") disc in the middle of the disc trays. 12 cm (5") 8 cm (3")
Press / button to close the disc tray 1.
MP3 indicator WMA indicator
Total number of Total playing Total number Total number tracks on the disc time of the disc of folders of files Due to the structure of the disc information, it takes longer to read an MP3/WMA disc than a normal CD (approximately 20 to 90 seconds).
You can place discs on the trays 2 - 5 by following steps 3 - 5. Press the / button to start playback.
Disc play indicator
Playback will begin from track 1 on disc 1. After that disc nishes playing, the next disc will automatically play. After the last track on the fifth disc is played, the unit will stop automatically. When there is no disc in one of the disc trays (1 - 5), the empty tray will be skipped to the next tray with a disc. To exchange other discs whilst playing a disc: Press one of the 1 - 5 buttons for the stopped disc and within 5 seconds, press the button and exchange discs. To remove the discs: In the stop mode, press the press the button. 15 buttons and within 5 seconds,
Various disc functions
Function Play Main unit Remote control Operation Press in the stop mode.
Press in the playback mode.
Caution: Do not place two discs in the same tray. Do not play discs of special shapes (heart, octagon, etc.) as it may cause malfunctions. Do not push the disc tray whilst it is moving. If the power fails whilst the tray is open, wait until the power is restored. If the disc tray is stopped with force, ER-CD21 will appear on the display for 3 seconds and the unit will not function. If this occurs, press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the power stand-by mode and then turn the power on again. If TV or radio interference occurs during CD operation, move the unit away from the TV or radio. If a disc is damaged, dirty, or loaded upside down, the disc will skip or not play.
Press in the playback mode. Press the / button to resume playback from the paused point. Press in the playback or stop mode. If you press the button in the stop mode, press the / button to start the desired track.
Track up/ Track down
Fast forward/ Fast reverse
Press and hold down in the playback mode. Release the button to resume playback.
Notes for CD: Track up/track down is possible only within individual disc. Fast forward/fast reverse is possible only within individual disc. When the end of the last track is reached during fast forward, END will appear on the display and CD operation will be paused. When the beginning of the first track is reached during fast reverse, the unit will enter the playback mode.
To change the display (MP3/WMA discs only)
Whilst a disc is playing, press the DISPLAY button. Each time the button is pressed, the display will change as follows.
Notes for MP3/WMA discs: Track up/track down is possible only within individual discs. The sound is heard during fast forward/fast reverse with a CD, but not with an MP3/WMA disc. For fast forward or fast reverse of an MP3/WMA disc, refer to playback time on the display. Fast forward/fast reverse is possible only within individual tracks. When the end of the track is reached during fast forward, the next track will be played. Playback of the track will begin when its beginning is reached during fast reverse.
The tracks on the disc(s) can be played in random order automatically. To random play all tracks on up to 5 discs: Press the RANDOM button on the remote control.
To cancel repeat play: Press the / button again. will disappear.
You can choose up to 32 selections for playback in the order you like.
Whilst in the stop mode, press the MEMORY button to enter the programming save mode.
To clear the programmed selections: Press the CLEAR/DIMMER button on the remote control whilst the MEMORY indicator is flashing. Each time the button is pressed, one track will be cleared, beginning with the last track programmed. To cancel the programmed play mode: Whilst in the stop mode and the MEMORY indicator is lit, press the CLEAR/DIMMER button on the remote control. The MEMORY indicator will disappear and all the programmed contents will be cleared. Adding tracks to the programme: If a programme has been previously stored, the MEMORY indicator will be displayed. Then follow steps 1 - 6 to add tracks. The new tracks will be stored after the last track of the original programme. To check which tracks are programmed: Whilst the unit is stopped in the programmed play mode, press the or button. Notes: When a disc with programmed tracks is ejected, the programme is automatically cancelled. Even if you press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the stand-by mode or change the function from CD to another, the programmed selections will not be cleared. During the programme operation, random play is not possible.
Press one of the 1 - 5 buttons to select the desired disc.
Press the direct search buttons on the remote control to select the desired track. Selected track number You can also select a track by pressing the or button.
Press the MEMORY button to save the track number. Repeat steps 2 - 4 for other tracks. Up to 32 tracks can be programmed. If you make a mistake, the programmed tracks can be cleared by pressing the CLEAR/DIMMER button. Press the (CD ) button. The total number in memory will appear.
If you press the / button instead of the ENTER button, all files in the selected folder (or title) are played.
The following steps describe file search by folder:
Press the ENTER button. The total number of folders (or titles) appears for 2 seconds, and names of the first 2 folders (or titles) are displayed.
The NAVIGATION button allows you to go one step back. Press the DISPLAY button to check the number of files.
MP3/WMA navigation (only for MP3/WMA files) (continued)
Character search (for folder or title 1/2/3)
By entering a name, you can search files by folder or title 1/2/3 within one MP3/WMA disc.
When finished, press the ENTER button. The unit searches for the same name within folders (or titles).
Perform steps 1 - 3 in File search (by folder or title 1/2/3) on page 20. Press the NAVIGATION button. Press the , , or cursor button on the remote control to select FOL, T-1, T-2 or T-3. To search files by folder name, select FOL (will flash).
Folder Title 1
If the search word is not in the folder (or title) name, NOT FOUND appears and the menu returns.
Use the or (or title). Press the /
cursor button to scroll and select a folder button to start playback.
Press the CHARACTER button for 2 seconds. The display will be ready for editing characters. 1st row: String table 2nd row: Input editor (8 digits)
All files in the selected folder (or title) are played, and the previous display returns. To exit the MP3/WMA navigation mode: In the stop mode, press the CD button. Notes: The unit searches regardless of the case, and names found will appear in uppercase. Some symbols do not appear properly. Character entry with direct buttons: The direct buttons on the remote control can also be used for character entry. In step 5 on the left, use buttons to enter alphabets. Alphabet types change as you press a button. For example, press 2 four times to enter C.
Press the alphabet. Press the display.
cursor button to select the desired button to go to the next page of character
Press the CHARACTER button and the active character will be entered in the 2nd row of the display.
To delete an entered character, move the cursor to the character with the or button and press the CLEAR/ DIMMER button on the remote control.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to enter characters. In the folder (or title) name search, you do not have to enter the full name. The unit searches for names beginning with the entered characters.
When an RDS station is found, RDS will appear for a short time and the station will be stored in memory.
After scanning, the number of stations stored in memory will be displayed for 4 seconds, and then END will appear for 4 seconds.
Using the Radio Data System (RDS) (continued)
To stop the ASPM operation before it is complete: Press the RDS ASPM button whilst it is scanning for stations. The stations which are already stored in memory will be kept there. Notes: If the same station is broadcasting on different frequencies, the strongest frequency will be stored in memory. Any station which has the same frequency as the one stored in memory will not be stored. If 40 stations have already been stored in memory, the scan will be aborted. If you want to redo the ASPM operation, erase the preset memory. If no stations have been stored in memory, END will appear for about 4 seconds. If the RDS signals are very weak, station names may not be stored in memory. To erase all of the contents of preset memory: 1 Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the power stand-by mode. 2 Whilst pressing down the button and the button, press the TUNER (BAND) button until TUNER CL appears. After performing this operation, all of the preset memory information will be erased. To store a station name again if the wrong name was stored in memory: It may be impossible to store station names in memory using the ASPM function if there is lots of noise or if the signal is too weak. In this case, perform as follows. 1 Press the PRESET ( or ) button to check whether the names are correct. 2 If you find a wrong name during receiving the station, wait until the correct name will be displayed. And then press the MEMORY button. 3 Within 30 seconds, press the MEMORY button whilst the preset channel number is flashing. The new station name has been stored in memory correctly. Notes: The same station name can be stored in different channels. In a certain area or during certain time periods, the station names may temporarily be different.
Notes for RDS operation
If any of the following events occur, it does not mean that the unit is faulty: PS, NO PS and a station name appear alternately, and the unit does not operate properly. If a particular station is not broadcasting properly or a station is conducting tests, the RDS reception function may not work properly. When you receive an RDS station whose signal is too weak, information like the station name may not be displayed. NO PS, NO PTY or NO RT will flash for about 5 seconds, and then the frequency will be displayed. Notes for radio text: The first 10 characters of the radio text will appear for 4 seconds and then they will scroll across the display. If you tune in to an RDS station which is not broadcasting any radio text, NO RT will be displayed when you switch to the radio text position. Whilst radio text data is received or when the text contents change, RT will be displayed.
To recall stations in memory
To specify programmed types and select stations (PTY search): You can search a station by specifying the programme type (news, sports, traffic programme, etc. see pages 33 - 34) from the stations in memory.
Press the TUNER (BAND) button to select the FM. Press the RDS PTY button on the remote control.
SELECT and PTY TI will appear alternately for about 6 seconds.
Within 6 seconds, press the PRESET ( select the programme type.
) button to
Each time the button is pressed, the programme type will appear. If the button is held down for more than 0.5 seconds, the programme type will appear continuously.
Whilst the selected programme type is flashing (within 6 seconds), press the RDS PTY button again.
After the selected programme type has been lit for 2 seconds, SEARCH will appear, and the search operation will start.
Notes: If the display has stopped flashing, start again from step 2. If the unit finds a desired programme type, the corresponding channel number will flash for about 4 seconds, and then the station name will flash for 7 seconds, which will remain lit. If you want to listen to the same programme type of another station, press the RDS PTY button whilst the channel number or station name is flashing. The unit will look for the next station. If no station can be found, NOT FOUND will appear for 4 seconds. Descriptions of the PTY (Programme Type) codes, TP (Traffic Programme) and TA (Traffic Announcement). You can search for and receive the following PTY, TP and TA signals. NEWS AFFAIRS Short accounts of facts, events and publicly expressed views, reportage and actuality. Topical programme expanding or enlarging upon the news, generally in different presentation style or concept, including debate, or analysis. Programmes whose purpose is to impart advice in the widest sense. Programme concerned with any aspect of sport. Programme intended primarily to educate, of which the formal element is fundamental. All radio plays and serials. Programmes concerned with any aspect of national or regional culture, including language, theatre, etc. Programmes about the natural sciences and technology. Used for mainly speech-based programmes usually of light-entertainment nature, not covered by other categories. Examples include: quizzes, panel games, personality interviews. Commercial music, which would generally be considered to be of current popular appeal, often featuring in current or recent record sales charts. Contemporary modern music, usually written and performed by young musicians. Current contemporary music considered to be easy-listening, as opposed to Pop, Rock or Classical, or one of the specialised music styles, Jazz, Folk or Country. Music in this category is often but not always, vocal, and usually of short duration.
If you select the traffic programme: If you select the traffic programme (TP) in step 3, TP will appear. (This does not mean that you can listen to the traffic information at that time.) When the traffic information is broadcast, TA will appear. To specify station names and select stations manually: You can select a station by specifying the name (BBC R1, BBC R2, etc.) from the stations stored in memory. Before starting this operation, you must store one or more station names in memory. 1 Press the TUNER (BAND) button to select the FM band. 2 Press the PRESET ( or ) button on the remote control to select a desired station. 3 The station name will be displayed for 6 seconds. Then the display will change.
Timer and sleep operation (Remote control only)
Timer playback: The unit turns on and plays the desired source (CD, tuner, tape) at a preset time. Timer recording: The unit turns on and starts recording from the tuner at the preset time. This unit has 2 types of timer: ONCE TIMER and DAILY TIMER. Once timer: Once timer play or once timer recording works for one time only at a preset time. For example, if you are away but want to record a programme on a radio station. Daily timer: Daily timer play or daily timer recording works at the same preset time every day. For example, set the timer as a wake-up call every morning. Using the once timer and daily timer in combination: For example, use the once timer to record a radio programme, and use the daily timer to wake up. 1 Set the daily timer (pages 35 - 37). 2 Set the once timer (pages 35 - 37). 1 minute or more Daily timer Start Stop Start Once timer Stop Set the clock to the correct time if ONCE or DAILY does not appear. Continued to the next page
Timer playback or timer recording
Before setting timer: 1 Check that the clock is set to the correct time (refer to page 11). If it is not set, you cannot use the timer function. 2 For timer playback: Load a cassette or discs to be played. For timer recording: Load a cassette for recording in the cassette compartment.
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to turn the power on. Press the CLOCK/TIMER button. Within 10 seconds, press the or button to select ONCE or DAILY, and press the MEMORY button.
Note: When set times for the daily timer and once timer overlap, the once timer takes priority. Allow an interval of at least 1 minute between operations.
Within 10 seconds, press the or button to select ONCE SET or DAILY SET, and press the MEMORY button.
Press the or button to select PLAY or REC, and press the MEMORY button. White Red
The illustrations show the daily timer setting.
Adjust the volume using the VOLUME control, and then press the MEMORY button. Do not turn the volume up too high. Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the power standby mode. The TIMER indicator lights up and the unit is ready for timer playback or timer recording.
Switch input with the or button, and then press the MEMORY button. To select the timer playback source: CD, TUNER, TAPE 1 or TAPE 2. To select the timer recording source: TUNER. When you select the tuner, select a station by pressing the or button, and then press the MEMORY button. If a station has not been programmed, NO PRESET will be displayed and timer setting will be cancelled.
The illustrations show the timer playback setting in the daily timer mode.
Continued to the next page
Set the time to finish as in steps 6 and 7 above.
To use timer and sleep operation together
Press the MEMORY button. SLEEP will appear.
Sleep and timer recording: For example, you can fall asleep listening to the CD and record radio programmes whilst sleeping. Set the sleep time (see left, steps 1 - 5). Whilst the sleep timer is set, set the timer playback or recording (steps 2 - 10, pages 35 - 36). Timer playback or recording setting
Sleep and timer playback: For example, you can fall asleep listening to the radio and wake up to CD in the next morning.
The unit will enter the power stand-by mode automatically after the preset time has elapsed. The volume will be turned down 1 minute before the sleep operation finishes.
Sleep timer setting
End time Desired time
To confirm the remaining sleep time: 1 Whilst SLEEP is indicated, press the CLOCK/TIMER button. 2 Within 10 seconds, press the or button to select SLEEP X : XX. X : XX is remaining sleep time. The remaining sleep time is displayed for about 10 seconds. You can change the remaining sleep time whilst it is displayed by pressing the MEMORY button (steps 4 - 5).
1 minute - 3 hours Sleep operation will automatically stop.
Timer playback or recording start time
Caution: When using the cassette deck, be sure the tape length is long enough to perform both functions. If you want to sleep and wake up listening to a tape, and the length of the tape is shorter than the sleep timer setting, timer playback or recording will not be possible.
Enhancing your system
The connection lead is not included. Purchase a commercially available lead as shown below. VCR, DVD, etc. Auto power on function: When you press any of the following buttons, the unit turns on. GAME/AUX button (main unit and remote control): The unit turns on and the GAME function is activated. / button on the main unit: The unit turns on and playback of the last function starts (CD,TAPE,TUNER,GAME/AUX).
To the line output sockets RCA lead (not supplied) MP3 Player Red Red White RCA lead with 3.5mm diameter plug (not supplied) To the earphone sockets
To record on a tape from game, VCR, MP3 Player etc.
Insert a cassette in the TAPE 2 cassette compartment. Press the GAME/AUX button. Press the Press the / button. (TAPE ) button.
Start the game system, VCR, etc.
Listening to playback sounds of Game, VCR, DVD, MP3 Player etc.
Connect a video game system, VCR, DVD, MP3 Player etc. to the GAME/AUX IN Sockets. Press the ON/STAND-BY button to turn the power on. Press the GAME/AUX button. Play the connected equipment.
Note: To prevent noise interference, place the unit away from the television.
Do not turn the volume on to full at switch on and listen to music at moderate levels. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. Before plugging in or unplugging the headphones, reduce the volume. Be sure your headphones have a 3.5 mm (1/8") diameter plug and impedance between 16 and 50 ohms. The recommended impedance is 32 ohms. Plugging in the headphones disconnects the speakers automatically. Adjust the volume using the VOLUME control. Many potential problems can be resolved by the owner without calling a service technician. If something is wrong with this product, check the following before calling your authorised SHARP dealer or service centre.
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