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FM STEREO / AM / WX 19 MEMORY PRESETS PLL SYNTHESIZED RECEIVER
Sangean America, Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and conditions for a period of 90 (Ninety) days from the date of original purchase on parts and labor. Should service be necessary for any reason due to manufacturing defect or malfunction during the warranty period Sangean America, Inc. will repair or replace at its description, the defective merchandise at no charge (except for small charge for handling, packing, return postage and insurance), upon delivery of this product to Sangean America, Inc. service center with a copy of proof of purchase date. Warranty is only valid in the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico and is not transferable to owners subsequent to the original owner. This warranty does not cover intentional or accidentally damaged product, or items used in ways other than the item was intended to be, units repaired or altered by persons other than Sangean America, Inc., or damage caused by parts, accessories, or batteries not supplied or approved for use by Sangean America, Inc.
Any applicable implied warranties, including the warranty of merchantability, are limited in duration to a period of 90 (Ninety) days from the date of original purchase. No other warranties, whether expressed or implied shall apply to this product thereafter. Sangean America, Inc. is not liable for any loss or damage, direct or consequential arising out of the use of, or inability to use this product. (Some states do not allow limitation or implied warranties or exclusion of consequential damage, therefore, these restrictions may not apply to you.)
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and these and additional rights may vary from state to state. To return product for warranty repair: 1. Remove the batteries (if applicable) and carefully pack the unit along with all its accessories in a suitable well padded corrugated box. 2. Enclose copy of proof of purchase with date and a letter describing your specific problem. 3. Enclose your check or money order payable to Sangean America, Inc. for the sum of $6.00 for return processing and shipping. 4. Insure and ship the unit via UPS, FedEx, or Parcel Post to: Sangean America, Inc. Service Department 2651 Troy Avenue South El Monte, CA 91733
Headphone/Antenna Jack The earphone also acts as the FM antenna when plugged into the earphone jack. While listening via speaker, you may plug the supplied wire antenna into the earphone jack, and set the ST/MO/SP. Volume Control DBB-Deep Bass Boost Switch on the DBB switch on the back top of the radio to activate the Deep Bass Boost to have stronger bass sound. Another press will cancel the DBB. Note: Suggest to activate the DBB only using earphones. Power switch Power is switched on ( symbol will appear on the display). If you dont need this feature, press Power button for more than 2 seconds until symbol removed from the display.
Alert Indicator 90 Minute Auto Timer Indicator C Stereo Tuned Indicator D Lock Button Activated E Memory Preset Position F MY Favorites Feature Activated G Battery Life Indicator H Time Display I Band Indicator
ST/MO/SP (Stereo/Mono/Speaker) Switch the switch to SP (speaker) position, while you listen to the radio program via speaker. Make sure to plug the supplied wire antenna or the earphones to get best FM reception. This radio is capable of receiving FM stereo radio program by plug the supplied earphones into the earphones jack and set the ST/MO/SP switch to ST (stereo) position, display will show stereo symbol. If the station being received is weak, some hiss may be audible, to reduce the hiss, switch the ST/MO/SP to MO/(mono) position. The stereo indicator will be removed from the display. LCD Display ALERT indicator Memory Button/Clock Set Band Selection Weather Band
My Favorites Lock Switch The lock switch prevents accidental changing of any of the radio settings. Slide the lock switch to the up locked position, the symbol will appear in the display. The power and all other buttons will be disabled. Belt Clip A removable belt clip is provided on the back of the unit. Removal: It can be removed by gently pushing on the center tab of the clip where indicated, and sliding the clip downward towards the bottom of the radio. Replacement: You can easily connect the belt clip by inserting the top of the clip into the designated receiver slots and gently pushing the clip in an upwards motion towards the top of the radio. Battery Compartment
Turn radio off. Prepare replacement batteries to ensure a quick and easy change. Failure to change batteries within 1 minute will reset presets and clock settings. The battery cover is located on the back of the unit. Apply a gentle downward pressure and slide the door to the right side of the unit. Place 2 AA batteries inside the unit oriented to the illustration located just below the battery compartment. NOTE: A flashing E appearing on the LCD display indicates a weak battery and that replacement of batteries is required. And the Weather Alert will be deactivated.
Tuning the Radio
Seek Tuning Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on the top of the radio. Select desired band by pressing the Band selector on the front of the unit. Press and hold the proper tuning button (Up/Down) for approximately second. Radio will seek for next active signal station. Repeat as many times as desired.
Manual Step Tuning Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on the top of the radio. Select desired band by pressing the Band selector on the front of the unit. Press the desired tuning button (Up/Down) repeatedly until desired frequency is found. Memory Tuning To tune in stations already programmed into memory. See Setting Memory Section for instructions on how to program stations into radio memory. 1. Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on the top of the radio. 2. Press My Favorites button located on the right side of the radio. MY should appear on the right hand of the display indicating function is on. 3. Use tuning controls (Up/Down) to navigate through memory programmed stations. 4. Press My Favorites button to turn off memory tuning.
Setting Memory Turn radio on using the On/Off button located on the top of the radio. Select desired band by pressing the Band selector on the front of the unit. Tune to desired station using either Manual Step Tuning or Scan Tuning options. Press Memory Button located on the front of radio unit and use the tuning controls (Up/Down) to reach memory position as indicated in the top-right of the display. Press Memory Button located on the front of the unit to lock station into memory. * There are 19 memory sets.
Weather Band and weather alert operation
1. When that radio is on, press the WX button to switch between AM/FM and Weather Band. Then press TUNING UP or DOWN select the Weather Band channel. 2. When the radio is in the Weather Band, press and hold the WX button for more than 3 seconds to enter the Weather Alert mode. 3. Press the TUNING UP or DOWN to select the Weather Alert time (OFF , 4H, 8H, 16H or OFF).
4. Press the WX button to confirm the setting. 5. Press the POWER button to turn off the radio. And the ALERT indicator flashes every 3 seconds and the word ALERT is shown on the display. You can press the WX button and the display shows the Weather Alert channel and remained time. 6. When the Weather Alert sounds, press any button to enter the Weather Band. 7. When the set Alert time is elapsed, the Alert is deactivated. * There is no memory preset for Weather band. About Weather Band standby mode: 1. Reception: The reception related to the distance to the ratio station, broadcast signal strength, earphone allocation and so. Try to stretch out the earphone to get better reception. 2. Weather broadcasts usually transmit signal every Wednesday noon time. You can text your alarm at this time. 3. Alarm standby mode consumes power. 4. When the battery is low, and changing battery eliminate the alarm set.
Setting the Clock
This unit features a clock that will display the current time while off. To set the clock: Turn unit off by depressing the power button located on the top of the radio. Press and hold MEMO or CLOCK button until the hour setting begins blinking and the colon is no longer blinking. Select hour by using the Tuning Control Buttons located just to the right of the display. Adjust UP or DOWN accordingly until desired hour is displayed. Press MEMO or CLOCK button once to set the minutes. The minute indicator should now be blinking. Using the Tuning Control Buttons located just to the right of the display. Adjust UP or DOWN accordingly until desired minutes is displayed. Once time displayed matches desired setting press MEMO or CLOCK button once more. Time should display solidly, with the colon blinking periodically.
Change AM (MW) band tuning step
In Europe and other parts of the world, AM (MW) tuning step are 9 kHz, in America the AM tuning step is 10 kHz. To change the AM tuning step from 10 kHz to 9 kHz, proceed as follows: 1. Press Tuning Down button and hold meanwhile press the Power button and hold. 2. Until the display shows SEP 9 then shows 522. 3. The AM frequency step is 9kHz now. To change the AM tuning step from 9 kHz to 10 kHz, proceed as follows, 1. Press Tuning UP button then Power button and hold meanwhile press the Power button and hold. 2. Until the display shows SEP 10 then shows 520. 3. The AM frequency step is 10kHz now.
FM: 87.5 - 108.0 MHz,step 100k AM: 522 - 1629 kHz,step 9k 520 - 1710 kHz,step 10k WX: USA 1-7ch with alert
Dual Speed Recorder
PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE USE AND SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Please read IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on pages 19 - 22 before use. It is important to read and understand all instructions.
For your future reference:
Serial No. (found inside battery compartment) Name and address of dealer Date of purchase
AC Adapter Item Code: VCA Audio Patch Cord Item Code: VPC
(4) C Cell Batteries Item Code: CAL Phone Patch Cord Item Code: VCP See pg. 14 FM Transmitter Item Code: FMT See pg. 21
Copyright 2004 by C. Crane Company, Inc., Fortuna, CA 95540 Phone: 1-800-522-8863 Web: ccrane.com All rights reserved. No part of this booklet may be reproduced, in any form or means whatsoever, without permission in writing from C. Crane Company, Inc.
Table of Contents
Location of Controls... 4-5 Connection to Power... 5-6 Battery Installation... 6 Setting the Clock.. 7 Cassette Tapes... 8 Inserting Cassette Tapes.. 8 Recording Instructions How to Record From a Radio. 9 Recording Using the Timer.. 10 Tips and Notes.. 11 Quick Check List for Recording.. 11 Recording a Four-Hour Radio Show.. 12 Using Voice Activated Recording.. 13 Recording a Telephone Call. 14 Remote Switch Operation For use with the CCRadioplus.. 15 Playback Instructions... 16 Audio Sources... 16 Troubleshooting Guide.. 17-18 Safety Instructions... 19-22
Location of Controls
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) Day Hour Minute Built-In Microphone Record or Status Light Clear or Recall time Clock Program Timer ON/OFF Headphone Jack Telephone Beep Microphone Input Volume Knob 14) Voice Activation Switch (See page 13) 15) Record 16) Play 17) Voice Activation Switch (ON/OFF) 18) Rewind/Review 19) Fast Forward/Cue 20) Stop/Eject 21) Normal/Quarter Speed 22) Pause 23) Tape Counter Reset 24) Tape Counter Display
1) LINE IN 2) Timer Activation Switch 3) LINE OUT 4) DC Power In
To access the handle: Put fingers in the well underneath the VersaCorder and pull gently.
Connection to Power
The VersaCorder will run on the included AC adapter. It will also run on (4) "C" size Alkaline or rechargeable batteries. Batteries are necessary to keep the clock time and program memories if the power cord is removed from the recorder for more than 3 minutes.
1) Open the cover by pushing the ribbed tab down firmly and pulling the cover off toward the back of the unit.
2) Insert the (4) C cell batteries into the compartment as indicated in the drawing below. Be sure the negative (-) end is against the spring. Refer to the drawing below to insure correct installation of your batteries.
3) Gently slide the cover back on to close.
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Setting the Clock and Day
DAY HOUR MIN
1) Press and hold the CLOCK Button while setting the time. 2) While holding the CLOCK Button, press the DAY Button and select the corresponding day as shown on the display. 3) While holding the CLOCK Button, press the HOUR Button until the appropriate hour and AM/PM is indicated on the display. 4) While holding the CLOCK Button down, press the MIN Button and select the appropriate minute setting. Each time you press the MIN Button the seconds reset to 0.
AM/PM Indicator Seconds Counter
We recommend high quality, 110 minute cassette tapes for use in the VersaCorder. In tests, these tapes provide an acceptable balance between maximum play/recording time and prolonged tape life. Longer cassette tapes are available, however the tape material is very thin and may stretch or break during operation. With the extra long tapes, any cassette player is more likely to eat the tape.
Inserting Cassette Tapes
1) Press the STOP/EJECT Button to open the lid.
Ribbon End Out
2) Insert the cassette as shown (above). 3) Once the tape is inserted correctly, close the cassette door gently. The VersaCorder has the ability to record in NORMAL speed for best audio quality. When extended recordings of talk radio, speeches and lectures, telephone conversations, or any format that does not require a high-fidelity recording is desired, the VersaCorder can be switched into QUARTER speed mode. This mode will record 4 times longer than NORMAL speed, however, record quality for music is reduced. If a recording is made in QUARTER speed, it can only be played back in a QUARTER speed player (unless you want voices to sound like chipmunks).
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How to Record From A Radio
The VersaCorder can be used with any radio that has a headphone jack or LINE OUT. With the VersaCorder you can listen while recording.
1) Turn the radio volume up to a gentle listening level. If the volume of the radio is set too loud, the playback sound may be distorted. 2) Put a tape in and select the speed you want to record at. 3) Plug the 1/8 stereo patch cord into your radio LINE OUT or headphone jack and the LINE IN of the VersaCorder. You can use the red plugs of the included patch cord. 4) Press the RECORD and PLAY Buttons at the same time. The red light will flash. Adjust the volume on the VersaCorder to the level you want or turn the volume off if you wish.
Note: If the Timer Switch is ON, normal recording wont work. Make sure the Timer Switch is OFF.
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Recording Using the Timer
1) To set the ON time, press the PROGRAM Button once. The number 1 and ON will appear in the display.
AM/PM Setting DAY HOUR MIN PROGRAM DAY Programmed
2) Press the DAY Button until the desired day appears in the display. Note: The VersaCorder can record any single day, weekends, weekdays or everyday. 3) Select the appropriate hour by pressing the HOUR Button until the desired hour appears in the display. 4) Select the appropriate minute by pressing the MIN Button until the desired minute appears in the display. 5) To set the OFF time, press the PROGRAM Button once and OFF will be displayed. Follow steps 2-4 above to set the appropriate OFF time.If you are recording a four hour talk show that starts at 11:00 PM on Monday, be sure to change the OFF time DAY to Tuesday. 6) Set the Timer Switch to ON and press the PLAY and RECORD Buttons. Make sure the Voice Activation is Off.
If you wish to program another event, you can press the PROGRAM Button again and event number 2 and ON will appear. Follow steps 2-4 to program your ON and OFF times. After you have set the timer, you can press the CLOCK Button to return to the clock display.
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Tips and Notes
There are a total of (6) recording timers. Each one can be programmed with a separate ON/OFF Time and Day. To DELETE a programmed ON or OFF time, press the PROGRAM Button repeatedly until the time you wish to delete is displayed. Next, press the CLEAR/RECALL Button. Four dashes will appear to verify that the ON or OFF time has been deleted. Pressing the CLEAR/RECALL Button again will reinstate the deleted time. The CLEAR/RECALL Button can be used to clear the event ON or OFF time or if you press it again the previous time programmed in that event will display. Note: If you are recording a four hour talk show that starts at 11:00 PM on Monday, be sure to change the end time DAY to Tuesday.
Quick Checklist for Timed Recording from a Radio
1. Has the tape been inserted correctly and rewound? 2. Have you reset the counter? 3. Is the Timer Switch on? 4. Are the RECORD & PLAY Buttons down? 5. Is it set to the correct speed? 6. Is your radio on and at an appropriate volume? 7. Is the VOICE ACTIVATED Switch turned off? 8. Is the PAUSE Button released? Check ON and OFF times. Make sure they have the correct day time and AM and PM. If you want silent recording verify that the volume is turned down on the VersaCorder.
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Special Recording Instructions
Recording A 4-Hour Radio Show On One Side Of A 110-Minute Cassette Tape
The VersaCorder has a Six Event Timer that can be programmed to come on and go off. This can be used to extend your tape time and eliminate many commercials. To set up the VersaCorder for timed recordings, press the program button to dial through the six timers. Press the hour and minute buttons to set each timer. See page 10 for instructions on setting the timer. Most radio shows follow a regular schedule. Note the begin and end times of the commercial breaks, so you can program the VersaCorder correctly. For our example below, we have used a radio show which airs its commercial breaks near the top of the hour and at the half hour. Follow these steps to set all six timers: Timer 1 On Set Timer 1 to come on at 6 min. after the hour to begin recording the show. (If the show starts at midnight, set the timer for 12:06 AM.) Off Set Timer 1 to go off before the next commercial break, which is at 30 min. after the hour (12:30 AM). Timer 2 On Set Timer 2 to come on at 34 min. after the hour (12:34 AM). Off Set Timer 2 to go off at 58 min. after the hour (12:58 AM) before the next commercial break. Timer 3 On Set Timer 3 to come on 6 min. after the second hour (1:06). Off Set Timer 3 to go off at 30 min. after the second hour (1:30). Timer 4 On Set Timer 4 to come on at 34 min. after the second hour (1:34). Off Set Timer 4 to go off at 58 min. after the second hour (1:58). Timer 5 On Set Timer 5 to come on at 6 min. after the third hour (2:06). Off Set Timer 5 to go off at 58 min. after the third hour (2:58). Timer 6 On Set Timer 6 to come on at 6 min. after the fourth hour (3:06). Off Set Timer 6 to go off at 58 min. after the fourth hour (3:58).
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Using Voice Activated Recording
1) Set the VersaCorder on QUARTER speed for longest record time. 2) Switch VOICE ACTIVATED to ON. 3) Press the PLAY and RECORD Buttons at the same time. 4) Set SENSITIVITY so the recorder starts when someone is talking.
VOICE ACTIVATED ON/OFF
NORMAL OR QUARTER SPEED
Sensitivity can be set on 1, 2, or 3. Number 1 is the most sensitive and can be used when there is little background noise and you would like to record people in a room, such as a meeting. Number 2 works well when a single person is talking within 2 feet of the microphone. Number 3 is the least sensitive and can be used to record someone speaking directly into the microphone (good for high background noise areas). The voice activated feature on the VersaCorder can be used with a police scanner, to save tape, or in a 911 center to record phone calls.
Using Voice Activated Recording with Timer
The VersaCorder may also be set up for a timed and voice activated recording.This might be used to record noises in a room at a certain time of day. It could also be used to record a conference when you cannot be there. 1) Follow the above instructions for voice activated recording. 2) Set the timer. See page 10 for instructions on setting the timer.
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Recording A Telephone Call
You can purchase a telephone patch cord and phone line splitter from your C. Crane dealer or C. Crane Company at 800-522-8863 (www.ccrane.com). 1) Connect the dual tip end of your patch cord to the phone BEEP and MIC input on the front of the VersaCorder. 2) Connect the phone line splitter to your phone wall jack. 3) Connect your existing phone line to the splitter. 4) Connect the phone plug end of the patch cord into the splitter. 5) Set the VersaCorder to QUARTER speed for maximum record time. 6) Switch VOICE ACTIVATED to ON. 7) Press the PLAY and RECORD Buttons at the same time. 8) Set SENSITIVITY to number 2 and test to be sure the recorder starts when someone is talking. On the bottom of the VersaCorder there is a switch that will allow you to insert a BEEP into your conversations at regular intervals. This will help advise both parties they are being recorded and may be required by law. Set the switch to ON to activate.
BEEP ON/OFF SWITCH
Note: It may be illegal to record a call without both parties knowledge and consent. Please check with your local law enforcement for details and advice. For important information, see pages 21 and 22. Accessory: Telephone Patch Cord, Item Code: VCP
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Remote Switch Operation
Some radios have a special Remote Switch connection provided. This is for directly recording from a built in timer on the radio. The VersaCorder may be compatible with the remote switch supplied on these receivers. Please refer to the radio or devices manual for proper operation of this feature. The Remote Switch works with the CCRadioplus, Sangean ATS909, Radio Shack DX398, and the Grundig Satelit series.
For Use With the CCRadioplus
The patch cord provided with the VersaCorder can be used with the CCRadioplus as shown in the photo. It is color coded for ease of installation. When the plugs are inserted, the CCRadioplus becomes the master control for the timer and overrides the VersaCorders timer. (Please refer to page 16 of the CCRadioplus manual on Setting the Timer.) You can set up the VersaCorder as follows: 1) Plug the patch cord in according to color coding. 2) Set VOICE ACTIVATED to the OFF position. 3) Set TIMER to the OFF position. 4) Press the RECORD and PLAY Buttons on the VersaCorder. 5) Set the desired speed of the VersaCorder.
COLOR CODED JACKS
1) Insert tape. The side you want to listen to should be facing up. Refer to page 8 for instructions. 2) Press REWIND until the tape stops. 3) When tape is fully rewound, press the PLAY Button.
PLAY REWIND If you are checking your test recording, ensure the volume is at an adequate level and the audio does not distort. If audio is distorted, the audio source volume is turned up too high. If low or no audio is present, turn up volume or refer to trouble shooting section on pages 17-18. VOLUME
If you are playing a pre-recorded cassette tape (i.e one purchased from the store), the recording was most likely made in NORMAL speed. Insert the cassette tape into the recorder (For proper tape installation, please refer to Inserting Cassette Tapes on page 8). Position the SPEED switch on the front of the recorder to NORMAL and press the PLAY Button. Note: The VersaCorder will play tapes back in stereo through the headphone jack.
LINE IN/OUT: LINE IN is a special connection that is compatible with any LINE OUT (or headphone jack), commonly found on portable CD players, AM/FM/shortwave receivers, computer audio output, etc. LINE LEVEL refers to a low level audio that does not change when you increase the volume of the receiver or other audio device. You can connect the LINE OUT of any device through the supplied audio cables into the VersaCorders LINE IN and record the audio from that device. The headphone jack of a radio or other device can be used if there is not a LINE OUT available. Since the headphone jack will vary with the volume control, it is best to do a test recording and play back to obtain best results. MIC IN: Just about any condenser-type microphone will work well with the Versacorder. The jack is a 1/8" (3.5mm).
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Slow FF and REW speed or varying speed during record/playback: This is a symptom of low batteries. Plugging in the AC Adapter should cure the problem. It is recommended that you plug in the AC Adapter when changing batteries to avoid losing clock and timer settings. If the batteries are removed and the AC Adapter is not plugged in, all clock and timer settings will be lost within three minutes. I cant record on my tape: Cassette tapes have a record protection tab on the bottom of the cassette that can be removed to prevent the tape from being erased or recorded over. If the tab is removed, you will not be able to record on this tape. Removing the tab prohibits the REC button on the VersaCorder from being pushed down. I only get the room noise when trying to record: Please read the instructions on LINE IN on page 9 & 16 before recording. Your low-level audio source must be plugged into the LINE IN jack on the side of the VersaCorder before recording from an external audio device. If nothing is plugged into the LINE IN jack, the internal microphone on the VersaCorder is activated and will record audio from your room. Audio on playback is distorted: If audio is distorted on playback be sure the audio coming from your receiver is at a low level. Distorted audio can also be caused by an old tape or low batteries. My recorder is not recording at the right time: If your recorder does not record at the right time be sure the AM and PM and DAY are correct. Also make sure you have set a different ON and OFF Time. If you are recording a four hour talk show that starts at 11:00 PM on Monday be sure to change the OFF time DAY to Tuesday. I keep getting a beep in my recordings: Check the BEEP switch on the bottom of the VersaCorder and make sure it is set to OFF.
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I have programmed the timer but it will not record: 1) Check to see that the TIMER switch is on, the REC and PLAY buttons are pushed down, and the PROGRAM time is correctly set for AM or PM. See page 10 for Recording Instructions. 2) Is the patch cord plugged in? Unless you have a CCRadioplus and have programmed it to start the VersaCorder, do not plug the patch port. See page 15 for cord into the TIMER ACTIVATION SWITCH Remote Switch Operation. The VersaCorder is eating my tapes: If the VersaCorder starts eating your tapes, please remember we recommend tapes no longer than 110 minutes for reliable service. Longer tapes are more likely to wind around the tape mechanism and create a problem. If a 110 minute tape continues to wind around the mechanism then try a new tape or rewind and fast forward the tape before trying again. If the recorder continues to jam up, even on new tapes, your unit may need servicing or replacing. I keep hearing a clicking noise on my tape: Check to see if the counter is at 9999 and has not rolled over. Just push the reset button on the counter to reset it to zero. The VersaCorders audio is too low on playback, and I hear a hiss in the background: The recording was made with the source volume set too low. First, make sure the VersaCorder is properly connected to the audio source. Next, increase the volume on the audio source and re-record and test the volume on the new recording. If the volume from the audio source is set too low, you will record only tape hiss and setting the volume from the audio source too high will cause the recorded sound to be distorted. Can I use the phone patch cord and the radio patch cord at the same time? No. In order to record using the phone patch cord, you must disconnect the radio patch cord from the LINE IN jack. Maintenance: It is a good idea to keep your VersaCorder and tapes as clean as possible. Tape recorders under daily heavy use, often last only about one year. Dust and dirt is the biggest cause of wear.
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READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 1) Read and understand all safety and operating instructions before the VersaCorder is operated. Retain Instructions: The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. Heed Warnings: All warnings on this appliance and all operating instructions should be followed. Water and Moisture: The VersaCorder should not be used near water. Do not use near a bathtub, washbowl, laundry tub, kitchen sink, wet basement, swimming pool, etc. Risk of electric shock may result. Unplug the VersaCorder from the AC Adapter before cleaning. Only use a damp cloth for cleaning the exterior surfaces of the recorder. Do not place the VersaCorder on an unstable cart, stand, bracket or table. The recorder may fall, causing serious personal injury and/or damage to the recorder may result. Heat: Never put the VersaCorder in direct sunlight in an unventilated area or behind glass such as a cars interior. The recorder should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances that produce heat. AC Adapter: The AC Adapter should be positioned so it is not walked on, pinched, or have items placed on top of it. All power and recording cables should be routed away from walkways or areas of foot traffic to avoid being tripped on. Always unplug the AC power adapter by gripping the adapter unit and pulling it out of the wall socket. Never pull on the cord. Always operate the VersaCorder using the correct supplied AC Adapter. Adapters that are not correctly rated can damage the recorder. If you are not sure of the correct AC Adapter, consult your dealer. Never insert objects of any kind into the VersaCorder through openings. The objects may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts causing damage to the recorder.
10) If the recorder is stored for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and remove the batteries. This will prevent damage caused by lightning or power line surges and will keep battery acid from leaking inside of the recorder. Never attempt to service the VersaCorder yourself. Removing the cover may expose you to dangerous voltage levels and will void the warranty. Refer all servicing to authorized service personnel. The VersaCorder should be serviced by qualified service personnel when any of the following occur: a) Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the recorder. b) The recorder has been exposed to rain. c) The recorder does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. d) The recorder has been dropped or the enclosure damaged. 13) The user should not attempt to service this recorder beyond what is described in the operating instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel. The symbols on the next page are to alert you to important operation or servicing instructions that may appear in the owners manual.
FM Transmitter Wireless Audio Transfer Device
Transfer audio from your VersaCorder to any radio using the FM Transmitter.
Item Code: FMT
READ THIS BEFORE INSTALLATION Each device that you connect to the phone line draws power from the phone line. We refer to this power draw as the devices ringer equivalence number, or REN. The REN is on the bottom of your telephone cassette recorder. If you are using more than one device on the line, add up all the RENs. If the total is more than five, your phone might not ring and your telephone cassette recorder might not record. In rural areas, a total REN of three might impair ringer operation. If ringer operation is impaired, disconnect one of the devices from the line.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
FCC STATEMENT Your telephone cassette recorder complies with Part 68 of FCC Rules. You must, upon request, provide the FCC registration number and the REN to your phone company. Both numbers are on the bottom of your telephone cassette recorder. Note: You must not connect your telephone cassette recorder to: coin-operated systems party-line systems most electronic key phone systems
This symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that might be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. Do not open the products case.
This symbol is intended to inform you that important operating and maintenance instructions are included in the literature accompanying this product.
Important: The law in some areas requires that all parties on the phone line be able to hear a beep indicating the conversation is being recorded. If you connect the telephone cassette recorder to your phone using the supplied dual-prong cord and handset adapter, all parties on the phone line might not hear a beep during recording. We recommend you check the laws in your area. If it is unlawful to record without a beep sounding, or if you are unsure, connect the telephone cassette recorder as described in Connecting Directly to the Phone Line to ensure the beep will sound.
Consumer Information And FCC Requirements 1. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, provide information to your telephone company. 2. The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone and still have all of those devices ring when your number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should call your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area. 3. If your VersaCorder causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance. But if advance notice isnt practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. 4. Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the proper operation of your equipment. If they do, you will be given advance notice so as to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service. 5. If you experience trouble with the VersaCorder, please contact the C. Crane Company at 1001 Main St. Fortuna, CA 95540 (800) 5228863, for repair/warranty information. The telephone company may ask you to disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem has been corrected or you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. 6. There are no repairs that can be made by the customer to the VersaCorder. 7. This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. (Contact your state public utility commission or corporation commission for information).
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About C. Crane Company Inc.
The C. Crane Company began soon after Bob and Sue Crane moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to the beautiful and remote Redwood Country of Northern California. As they settled into Fortuna, in the heart of the Redwoods, and tried to tune in their favorite AM stations, Bob and Sue were shocked. They either heard a lot of static or nothing at all. Trying to find a solution, they soon discovered there were few products available to enhance poor AM radio. Bob, being an all-around clever guy, found his own solution to weak AM reception: the Select-A-Tenna! The Cranes were so impressed with this simple antenna that they knew they had to get the word out. So, they decided to create a company to market this wonderful antenna: the C. Crane Company was born. As for the mysterious letter C, well, Bob and Sues middle names both begin with the letter C, thus the name C. Crane. They decided to advertise the antenna on the radio, and before they knew it, the C. Crane Company was up and running. That was over 25 years ago, and it all started on a kitchen table that Bob built himself. This simple cherry wood table acted as the shipping and receiving station, showroom table, and Bobs office desk. Bob and Sue were the first phone operators. This made them realize that their customers expected to hear a real live person who is willing to listen to their questions, and more importantly, able to respond to their inquiries with knowledge and respect. From the beginning, Bob and Sue Crane had a powerful idea about what they expected from the company that carried their name. They would only sell items they tested themselves and found to be of outstanding quality. They would always offer a 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee and be ready with the best customer service in the industry. Even though the company has grown a lot during the last quarter century, these family-based ethics still guide the company in everything they do. Since the first Select-A-Tenna, the C. Crane Company has become one of the premier electronics companies in the nation. Exclusive items such as the CCRadio, the best radio for long range AM reception, and the Freeplay Plus Wind-up radio, continue to fulfill customer needs with top quality items found nowhere else. The C. Crane Catalog, published only three times a year, has expanded to include over three hundred high quality, unique, and outstanding items. Customers can be assured that the items included in the C. Crane Catalog are truly the best of the breed. Even today, all of C. Cranes products must pass exhaustive testing in the quality control lab, at home, at work, and in peoples lives before they are included in the C. Crane Catalog.
Model: VERSACORDER 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.
Notice: The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
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