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alu . la CDStereoSystem NSX - D70 DIGITAL AUDIO ill OWNER'S RECORD Recordthe modelnumberand serialnumberof your set ( foundat [ he rearofyourset ) bdow Refertothemwhencontactingyor Nwa dealer ModelNo SerialNO Forassistance and information call toll free 1 - 800 - BUY - AIWA ( United States and Puerto Rico ) 8C + N F6 - 903 - 01 011125AKH - U - M
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| i | Ji | OJ I | f ; , | L | m [ _ ] _ | | N | | | _ PJ | i | ' JrJlifJ k P _ Ventilation Theunitsbouldbesgaatedwithadequatespace ReadtheOperatingInstrudonscarefullyandcompletelybefore aroundit sohat properheatvanlilaton s assured Allow 10 operatingthe unit Besire to keeptheOperatinginstructions forfutureieferenceAll warningsandcau [ ionsin [ heOperating cmclearancefrom the rearandlhe top of theunit , and 5 cm Itemthe eachside instructionsandon theunt shouldbestrictlyfollowed = asweft SIoisandopeningsin thecabinetandthebackor bottomare asthesafetysuggestionsbelow providedforventilagon , andto ensurere iableoperationolthe Warning unit andto protectit from overheatingt , heseopeningsmust TOpreventelectricshockol injury , thesesafetyinstructions not be blockedor covered The openingsshou ! d never be should be followedin the installaton , useand servcing the n blockedbyplacingtheuniton abed , sofa , rugorothersimilar unit surfacelhs unit sllould notbepiacedina built - in installation suchasa bookcaseunlessproperventilationis provided Installation Object and Liquid Entry - Neverpushobiectsof anykind Attachments - Do notuseattachmentsnot recommendebdy into this unit through _ hecabnet slots as they maytouch theunitmanufacturearstheymayresultintheriskof fire , e ectdc dangerousvoltagepointsorshort cimuitpartsthatcoud result shockor iniury to persons n a tireor electricshock Neverspill liquidof anykindon the Water and Moisture Do not useth s unitnea water - tar unit example , heala bathtub , washbowl , kitchensink , or laundry ElectricPower tub , ina wet basemento , rneara swimmngpoe , andtile like Heat - Oeoat usethis _ nit near sourcesoi beat , nc / uding Pa _ e _ : Saa _ ces - This _ it shouldbeopelated , onlyI _ omg _ o nestingvents , stoves , orotherapp ancesthatgenerateheat It typeOfpowersourceindicatedonthema _ kinglabel ifyouare alsoshouldnot beplacedin temperaturesass than5 " C ( 41F ) not sureofthetypeof powersupplyto yourhome , consultyour orgreaterthan35 " C ( 95F ) appliancedealeror localpowercompanyTooperateunil on Mountingsadace - Place _ heunt on a fiat , evensurface battery power , or other sources , refer to the operating Accessories - Donotplacethsunitonanunstabe cart , stand , instructions tdpod , bracketo , rtableTheunitmaytal , causingseriousnjury Grounding or Polarization - Thisunit is providedwith a to a child or an adult , and seriousdamageto the appliance po arizedaiternating - currenin _ e plug ( aplughavingoneblade Use only with a cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table widel thanthe ethel } Thisplug will ft intothepowelouter recommendedby the marefacurer , or sold withthe unit Any oniy oneway Thisisasafetyfeatureif youareunableto insert mountingof theapplianceshould fellow the manufacturer's the plugfully intotheoutlet , l _ yreversingtheplug If the plug instructions , and should use a mounting accessory should still [ a to ill , contactyour electrician _ orapaceyour recommendedbythe manufadume obsoleteoatiet Donotdefeatthesafetypurposeofthepolarized Portable cart - An appliance and cart Plug combinationshouidbemovedwithcamQuick Power - Cord Prolection - Power - suppy cordsshould be StOpse , xcessiveforce , and unevensurfaces rootedsothattheyarenot likelyto bewalkedon or pinchedby maycausetheapplianceandcartcombination itemsplaceduponor againstthem , payingparticularattention to overturn to cordsatplugs , conveniencereceptac ! esa , ndthepointwhere theyexPf . rom the produd
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TABLEOFCONTENT5 Overloading - DOnotoverloadwalloutletSrextensioncords , Lightning IMPORTANTSAF _ INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . 2 integralconveniencereceptaclesasibiscanresJlt in a risk of Foraddedprolecgonforthis unit receiverduringa Iightngg PREPARATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 fre or electricshock storm , orwhenitis leftunattendedandunusedforlongperode PARTSAND CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 of time , unplugitfromthewal outletanddisconnec [ theantenna OutdoorAntenna ADJUSTMENTSBEFOREOPERATIONS . . . . . . . . 8 or cable sys [ emThiswill preventdamageto the unit due [ u Powerlines - Anoutsideantennasystemshouldnotbelocated lightningandpower nesurges CO OPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 inthevicinity of overheadpowerIglesorother electricght or 8ADI0 OPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 powerdmu ts , or whereil can fall into such powerines or Maintenance circuits Wheninstallingan outsideantennasystem , extreme TAPEOPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Cleaning - Unpugthis unitfromthewalloutletbeforecleaniPg , careshouldbe takento keepfromtouchingsuch power [ nes Do not use fiquid cleanersor aerosolcleanersUsea damp SOUNDADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 orcircuitsascontactwi _ hthemmightberata ololh forcleaning TIMER OPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 OutdoorAntennaGrounding ifanoutsideantennaor cable REFERENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 systemis connectedto the unit , be suretheantennaor cable Damage RequiringService systems groundedso asto providesomeprotectionagainst Unplugthis unit from the wal ou ! letand referservicingto vogagesulgesandbu it - up staticcharges Section810of the qualiliedservicepersonneunderthefo owingeonditona National Electr cal Code , ANS [ / NFPA No 70 , provides System and accessories Whenthe powercord orplug isdamaged informaton with regardto propergroundingof the mastand If liquidhasbeenspilled , orobjectshavefaen inlo theuni supportingstructureg , roundingof thelead - inwiretoanantenna CX - ND7OCOstereoeassetlereceiver - If theunit hasbeenexposedIo rainorwater discharge unit , size ot groundingconductors , IDeationof SX - ND70Frontspeakers - Iftheunitdoesnotoperalenormallybyfollowinglheoperating antenna - discharguenit , connectionto groundingelectrodes , nstroctone Adjustonly thoseconlrolathatarecoveredby Remoteconlrol andrequirereemsfor thegroundng electrodeSeethefigure the oberalinginstructionsas improperadjl stmentof other FMantenna controlsmayresulln damageandwil oftenrequireextensive AM antenna work bya qualifiedtechnicianto restoretheunit to normal LEADIN operaPon - " WIRE If theunithasbeendroppedorthecabinethasbeendamaged - Whenthe unit exhibitsa distinct changein performance - GROUNCDRAMP ANTENNA ths indicatesa needforservice DISCHARGE _ NTENNA UNIT Do not attemptto servicethis unit yoursef as opening or ( NECSECTION removingcoversmayexposeyoulo dangerousvoltageorother I I J ; CI hazardsReferall servcing to qualifiedservicepersonnel Replonenieet Pails - Whenreplacemenpt artsarerequired , CONDUCTORS be sure the serviceteclmicianhas usedrepacementparts Ep _ GROUNDING ( NECSECTON 0 SERVCE 810 - 21 specifiedbythemanufactureorrhavingthesamecharaciedslics as theorigina part Unaulhodzedsubstitutionsmayresull in ELECTROSDY £ STEM GROUNCDLAMPS fire , e ectdcshockorother hazards ( NECART250PARTN ) NRCNADONAELLECTRICCAOLDE Solely Check - Uponthecompletonof anyserveeor repairs to Ibis unt , askthe servicetechnicianIo performsafetycllecks 3 to determinethat [ heunit isn properoperatingcondt on
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PREPARATIONS 2 Connect the supplied antennas . Remotecontrol Connection Strp off the nsuaton of the FM antennawith twisting b _ AC _ wecrordtotheAC _ weorutleat _ _ o _ Detachthe batterycompartmentd at lhe leal of the remote the cord _ onnectiorJosremQde . contlol and inselt two R6 ( sze AA ) batterieswi _ hcorrect ConnecttheFMantennato theEM75 _ terminalwiihoui Polarty the • mark and the AM antsn _ ato ' . heAM lOOP 1 Connect the front speakers . ie _ minas Connectthe dghl front speaker ( marked " R " on the rear side ) to the SPEAKERSR terminalsand plaoeit on the AMantenna rgh side of theunit Connedthe left ( marked " L " on the rearside ) to the SPEAKERSL terminalsand place it on the left sideThespeakercordswith the whitestlipes go to _ he0 _ ermrials R6 ( AA ) • Repacethe batterieswith new oneswhenthe operationa distancebetweenLheremolecontrolandmainunitbecomes shorter • Removethebatteriesif the unii is notgoingto be usedlot an extendedperiodo [ time • Theremolecontrolmaynotoperatef ii isusedunderintense sun ght , elc , o if its Ine of sigd isobstructed 3 Connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet . WhentheAC powercord is connectedrean ACouter for the firsttime , DEMOappearson the display Tc deactivatetheDEMO , pressDEMO / ECO • Do not short - circuitthe @ and @ speakercord leads • Do not leave obeds generating magnetismor ob eels affectedby magnetismnearthe speakers 4
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PARTS AND CONTROLS Mainunit : rear _ ' yna ° m _ int - _ rat - _ ed - _ e _ o ° _ A _ mp _ ifie - _ r O AM LOOP , FM 75 _ 2terminals isabrend - newampli % rsys _ emwhereclea _ midtohigl _ raoge Pug n the suppliedAM and EManiennashere frequencysound asweftasrichlow frequencysound , canbe repeducedandlisfenerscanenjoytheclose - to - o % inalsound ] IE _ VIDEO / AUX jacks wgh lessdistorton at eitherhighor lowvolume levels AccepBanalogsouedsignalsfrom exlemalequipmeot " _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connectusing an optionalconnectng cablewith RCA - - O phoneplugs ( red plug lo Rjack , white plug _ oL iack ) Referalsototheoperatnginstruciionsofyourequipment Toswitchluncgonto externailnput , turnthe Dial % nelion ( see " ADJUSfMEN1SBEFOROEPERATIONS ) t " o select heVID £ O / AUXtunc % n TIO , ; - - 0 TOchangethe displayednamelot this function , select the VIDEO / AUXfunction , then Iold down ENTERand - - G pressPOWERon theunit Repea ! lheprocedurelo seled ' RUX " , " VIDEO " or ' TV " O SPEAKERS _ terminals Coneectthespeakercordof the supped front speakers here O AC power cord
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Mainunit : front SYNC DUB MODE 0 o O - - Startsdubbingawholetape EntersthesettingmodeofGraphicEqualizerorSpectrum analyzerdisplay • REC / REC MUTE 0 SOUND Stadsrecording SeledsaI _ quencyrangeofG _ phicEquafizertoadjust o I I PAUSE / SET theleve ] m 0 CDandTape : pausesplayback ENTER Radio : storesthe receivedstationto preset 0 Determinesthemodeandthetime ( ECO , dimmel , clock 0 • STOP / CLEAR andtimer ) CDandTapes : topsplayback O DISC DIRECT PLAY 1 - 3 Radioc : learsastation ! ) reset Selectsa CDtray 0 I _ PLAY / PRESET DISC CHANGE CDandTape : startsplayback Radio : tunesintoa presetstation Rota _ etshe CDtlays ' LCD OPEN / CLOSE < I < I / t < I _ DOWN , IH _ / IHHUP TUNING 0 Dial Function CD : skips to a previous or a succeedingtrack when Opensor closestbe disc eombar [ rnent Selectsa function ( TAPE , TUNERV , IDEO / AUXor CD ) pressed , searchesa trackin fastforwardor fastreverse 0 VOLUME playbackwhenhed down DECK 1 / 2 Adiuststhevolume Tape : last forwardsor rewindsthetape . SelectsDECK1 or2 inTapefunction Radio : manuallytunesdown or up withn theband 0 PHONES jack BAND Pig in here an optional headphonessetwith a mini 0 MULTI JOG Selectsa bandin T _ nerfunction stereoplug ( 035 ram ) Speakeroutputis canceled CD : skips to a previousora succeedngtrack 0 POWER _ STANDBY / ON Radio : selectsa presd number Switchestheung on andoff ( standby ) GrapHcEqualizers : e ] edsa equafizationcurveoradiusts [ he level DEMO / ECO ClockandTmer : setsthetime Whenthe unit is turnedoff : switchesDEMOon andoff ECOandDimmer : selectsthe mode Whenlheunitisturnedon : enlersECOordimmersetting mode TIMER Enterstimersetting mode 6
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Remotecontrol Theaurrtherbeudttoetsakeonthesefunctionwshenpressed SHIFT 0 Haiddownwhenpressinga numberedbuttonto change togethwerithSHIFhTelddown : 0 its functionto thatprintedabovethe numbec PROGRAM 0 e . g . ) EstersprogrammeCdDplaybackmode ' PressSHIFT + SLEEPonthe remotecontroi " indicates " Hold down SHIFTand press ' 6 ' ( SLEEP ) " s , o that you RANDOM / REPEAT canuse'SleeptimeP iundion Enters _ andomol tepeeCDplaybacmk ode 0 0 REC MODE TUNER MODE Staffs recordingwith OREC / REC MUTE 0 Switchebsetweesntereoar monauraFlMreception Q REC / REC MUTE 0 DISPLAY Startsrecordingwith RECMODE SelectasSpect _ unaqnalyzedrisplay m PRESET ( J _ . , V ) TIMER Pedo _ msthe samelunctass asMULTIJOGon lhe unit SLEEP VOLUME ( - t ' - , - - ) Entersssap - timesrettngmode . Buttonswiththesameorsimilanr ameswiththemaiaunit DECK 1 / 2 CLOCK hesicaflhyavethesamefuediaa . Entercslockad } ustmenmtode BAND O POWER CD EDIT / CHECK IISET GEO Displaystheremainingprayoacktimeof a CDwhen EnlersGraphiEc qualizesrettngmode presseddudngplayback Thefunctionis thesameas _ hatot _ on the unil EnterAs IEditRecordinogrProgrammeEdditRecording SOUND _ I1 _ 1 / 1 < 1 < , I _ / 1 _ 1 modewhenpresseddodngstop ENTER IICLEAR 0 CD DIRECT Selecal CDtraywiththenumberebdutton ( 1 - 3 ) E ) 0 - 9 , + 10 FUNCTION COselectsaCOtrackofthespecifiendumber Swdpheshe active f oction amoog TAPE , TUNER , Radio : tunesinto thestationwiththespecgedpreset VIDEO / AUXpod CD number 7
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ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE OPERATIONS DEMO MODE . . . . . . . , _ j _ - , _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ the _ h _ not beenset , o DEMOappeorson _ e disptoy - - MULTI JOG f " - _ - ENTER - - VOLUME POWER TodeactivateandactivatetheDEMO - VOLUME D , o , F ° oo , , on - - DISPLAY _ J La POWESTRA _ N D BY / O N = : : . . . . . _ _ ' J PressDEMO / ECwOhgnthe ! ! nilis tum _ g _ ! ! CLOC _ K _ DEMO / ECO - - _ • IISET Spectrumanalyzerdisplay - ENTER I You _ n change _ e _ ectrum _ atyzer _ / a _ Press MODE twice and then within 4 seconds turn - - , , i _ l . I _ 11 _ SHIFT - [ , _ _ MULTI JOG to select one of the three spectrum analyzer dispIays . Onthe remoteconiroi pressSHIFt + DISPLAYrepeatedly - NORMAL : Dspays thefluctuationfrom ew frequenciesto high ones Volume Power BASS : Displaysthefluct atiooof lowfrequenciesonly Turningtheuniton Turn VOLUME ( Press VOLUME + , - - on the remote LEVEL : Displaysthe ilucluaPonof the averageof a the PressPOWER _ STANDI3Y / ON ( POWERon theremote control ) . frequencies control ) Adjst from O ( minimum ) to 40 a _ , dMAX ( maximum ) Tip : Turning the unit off Veume evelsettingis retaineddring poweroff sta _ dby I PressPOWER ( _ STANDBY / ONagan the unit is turnedoff with the volumeset1o27 or more , it is Theunitgoesintostandby automaticallyturneddownto 26thenexttimethe [ Jntisturned o [ i DialFunction T _ rn _ e Dial FLJnCtiSlel selecta Ieostier ! ( TAPE , TUNER , VIOEO / AUXor CO ) Theredlight besideiheselecledfunci on turns en 8
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ECOmode Dimmer Settingtheclock Reducepsowe _ r nsumpfiown # theb _ wingoperationes , tc . Adjusttshebrightnesosf thedispla _ 1 PressSHIFT + CLOCKonthe remotecontrol . ECOON mode 1 PressDEMO / ECOtwice when the unit is turned 2 Press _ 1 _ 1 or I _ to set thetime . Theunt blacksoutwhenR'eunit isturboedoff Onlythered on , and then within 4 seconds press ENTER . Eachpresschangetshetimein1 - minutestepsH . olding indicatorIghts up ( Onlywhenthe clock isset ) itdownchangetshetimeinlO - rninutesteps 2 TurnMULTIJOGto selectoneof thethreedimmer if dimmermodeissetto on , theunit ifluminationbrightens if _ or Ib - I _ s nd pressedwithin4 secondst , he modesor ' DiM - OFF ' , andthen press ENTER . ( for 10seconds ) only whenyouoperatetbe uni settngis canceled " DIM - OFF ' is lhebrgMesat nd " DIMMER 3 " is the • MULTJiOGisalsoavailablienplaceof _ orI _ 1 Press DEMO / ECOonce whenthe unit is turned dimmest PressENTERor IISET . on , andthen within 4 secondspress ENTER If thereis noMULTi , JOGor buttonoperationwithin4 3 secondsth , esettingiscancded Thetimedisplaystopsflashingandthedockstartsfrom 2 Turn MULTIJOGto select " EEO ON " and then OOseconds press ENTER . Tocancelthedimmer g thereis noMULTJIOGo _ butel operaotnwithin4 Repeatht eaboveandseled " DIM - OFF ' Todisplay thelimeOConKtheremoteconlroi secondsth , esettingis canceled PressSHIFT + CL Thetimewill bedisplayedfor4 secondsb , utit cannotbe TocanceltheECOmade displayeddudngrecording Repeatht eaboveandstied " ECOOFF " Toswitchtothe24 - hourstandard Displaytbetimeandpress • within4 seconds Witheachpress , thedockalternatebsetweetnhe12 - hour slandaradnd _ he24 - hourstandard in the12Liedstandard " , RM 12 : 00 " indicatems idnight aed " PM 12 : 00 " noon If theclockdisplayflasheswhenthe unitis tnrned off Therel _ asbeeea powernterruptionRe - sdtbedock 9
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CD OPERATIONS To replace disc ( s ) during playback without PROGRAM - interruption Whie onedisc isbeingplayedback , pressDISCCHANGEso hat thecompartmenot pens , replaced sc ( s ) withotherone ( s ) . MULTi dOG andpressDISCCHANGEto closethe compadmenl _ 0 - 9 , + 10 _ 1 " _ CD EDIT / Dial Function Random / Repeaptlayback _ - - _ _ 1 I CHECK Randopmlaybapclkaysallthetrackosnonedesire _ d orall _ a discsm randomorder . Repeatplaybackplaysall the tracks III I repeatedlyan onedesireddiscor all thediscs • 1 Press SHIFT + RANDOM / REPEAT repeatedly on . _ _ / . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the remote control to select one of the following modes : Randomplayback : " RANDOM " lights up Repeatplayback : ' c _ , . ' lightsup Thiusnipt laysbackfinalizeCdD - R / RdWiscasswelal saudio To skipto thebeginningof the current / preceding / @ s - Randomand _ epeapt layback : " RANDOM " and " _ - " succeedintgrack lightsup Press _ 1 _ 1orI _ D , - repeatedolyrturnMULTJiOG Playback 2 To g ! ay one desired drsc , press DISC DIRECT Tosearch ( playbackinlast forwardorfastreverse ) I Turn the DiaI Function to select the CD function PLAY1 - 3 . Holddown4141or _ Releasaet ! hedesRepdont andloaddisc ( s ) . T _ , press Ib - To select a disc and a track with the remote control Press _ CDOPEN / CLOSEtoopenthedisccompadmen ! 1 PressCDDIRECfl aDd _ henPressthenumberedbutton ( t - To cancel random / repeat playback and placeoneor wa disc ( s ) with the labelledsideup 3 ) within 3 secondsto selecta disc PressSHIFT RANDOM / REPEATrepeatedy on the iemote TOplacethreediscs , pressDISCCHANGEsothatthetrays 2 Pressthe numberedbuttonsto selecta lrack control so that both " RANDOM ' and " _ , _ ' disappearon rotate , then place ihe third one Lastly . close the Toseed track25 . press - 1O , 4 - 10and 5 thedisplay compadmentwith _ CD OPEN / CLOSE . - TOse ! ecttrack10 . press + 10 and0 ' , ' When loadng an 8cm ( 3 inch ) disc . pace it on tie To repeat a selected set of tracks innercirce of thetray To displaythe remaining playback lime of the CO Selectthe lracks with programmed p ayback , then press PressSHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECKon theremotecontrol Press SHiEI + RANDOM / REPEAoTn lhe lemote control to sebct T _ , press IP - . againto leturn to _ heelapsedtime disp ay repeatp ayback T _ sired disc , press DISC DIRECT PLAY1 - 3 . " , ' Remainingplayback time cannot be displayed during " - qtis impossibleto play a se ] ededset of tracks in random order T'aynumbebr eingpayedbackflashes randomp aybackor programmedplayback To stop playback Press • To paase playback PressII Pressagainto [ esme p ! ayback 10
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To check the program Programmepdlayback Press _ or I _ repealedlyduringstop the tracknumber • Do notplacemore [ nanonedisc on onetray Playsbackup to 30 selected _ s _ programm _ order . and programnumberaredisplayedin succession • Do nottilt the unit with discs loaded 1 PressSHIFT + PROGRAMonthe remotecontrd • Tileunil maynot playa CD R / RWdisc recordedon personal Tocleartheprogram during stop . computersor certainkindsof CD - R / RWrecorders Press • dudngstop " PRGM " disappearosnthedisplay " PRGM ' flashesonthedisplay • Do notattachadhesivelabel , etc to eithersde of a CD R / Toaddtrackstotheprogram RWdisc . asdoingso maycausemagunctioe 2 PressCDDIRECTontheremotecontrd andthen Repeasttep2and3 beforestartingplaybackThetracksare • Denot loadanunrecordedCD - R / RWdisc Thediscmaybe press the numbered button ( 1 - 3 ) within 3 addedtotheendof theprogram damaged secondsto selecta disc . • Do not useirregular - shapedCDs Gotothenextstepwhenthetraystopsrotating Tochangetheprogrammedtracks Cleatrheprogramandreseledthetracksinyourdesireodrder 3 Press the numbered buttons on the remote control to program a track . Theselectedtlacknumberlights up on the display - Toselectthe25th track , press10 . _ 10 and5 - in selectthe lOth track , press _ I0 and 0 4 Repeatstep2 and 3 to program othertracks . 5 Press I _ . • Duringprogrammedplayback , youcanrlotselecta dsc ora t _ ack with the numbered buttons " ERN'T USE ' s displayedwhenyoutry to selecta track . • if the total playback time of the program exceeds99 : 59 rnirutes . or if a trackwith a trackrumber exceeding30 is programmed , the playingtime is displayedas " - - : - - " , , You caeeot program more than 30 tracks " FULL " is disp ayed 11
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RADIO OPERATIONS Tunin # in to preset stations BAND On the unit - - MULTI JOG 1 Turn the Dial Function to select the TUNER POWER function and press BAND to select a band . MODE 2 Press IP - repeatedly or turn MULTI JOG . Dial Function - - With eachpress the station wth the succeedingpreset • BAND numberis tunedin I | SET - Ilm , _ , On the remoteQgetroj • IISET 1 PressFUNCTIONrepeatedlyto selecttheTUNER mCLEAR functionand press BANDto selecta band . - FUNCTION 2 Press the numbered buttons for the preset mCLEAR number of your desired station . - Toselectpresetnumber20 , press + 10 , 10 and0 Toselectpresetnueqber15 , press + 10 arid 5 Manualtuning Preset tuning • PressingPRESET / _ . , V or _ repeatedlycan 1 Turn the Dial Function to select the TUNER Presetyourfavoritestationsand tunethemin direcHybyusing aBo selectthepreset number function . presetnumbers . To clear a preset station 2 PressBANDto selecta band ( FMor AM ) . Presetting stations 1 Tunein to the staten by presettoing 1 Turn the Dial Function to select the TUNER 3 Press _ 1 or _ to tune in to a station . 2 Press = = CLEAR , thenpress | | SET wthin 4 seconds function and press BAND to select a band . Presetnumbersof presetstationsn the bandwith higber " TUNE " is dispayedwbenastationis tunedin numbersdecreaseby one " 11 _ ¢ ) _ 1g ) h ' ! s upforFMstereoecepot n 2 Press _ 141 or _ to tune in to the desired station . To search for a station automatically ( Auto Search ) Hold down _ or 3 Press IISETtostorethestation . Theunit seachesfora stationupor downthe bandandstops Thepresetnumber beginningIrom " 1 " , appearson the at reception display Tostopthesearchmanuafly , press _ 1 , _ 1or I _ 4 Repeat step 1 to 3 to preset other stations . • AUlOSearchmaynot stopat slat onewgh weaksignals " You cannot sto _ emore than a total of 32 presetstations " FULL " s displayed 12
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Adjustments Antennas Keepaniennasawayfrom , netal [ icebpde , dectricalequipment andcords F _ : Extendfuly andpustiun for the bestreception [ fiecdvingconditionisPoor , connectoptionaloutdoorantenna to FM75 _ terminal Besureto corned the shieldbraid oi theantennato ne _ terminal A _ nlenna : Rda } eto find bestreception Toswitch to monaural FM reception PressSHIFT + TUNEMRODEon theremotecontro With each press ' MONO ' and " STEREO " aredisplayedalternatey on thedspay Tip : WhenFM stereoreception is poor , swi cPing to monaural reducesnoise To switch the AM tuning interval Hoiddown BANDand pressPOWERon the unt Witb each p _ ess , theAM tunng in e _ vaialternatesbetween9 kHz / step and 10 kHz / step Tip : Thedefault s 10 kHz / step Changeit only when using the unit n a 9 kHz / steparea SwitchingAM tunng intervaldears all ' . hep _ esest tations 13
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TAPE OPERATIONS To reset the tape counter REC - - - - - - ' % Press • inslop mode , andthe tapec ( nmleronthe displayis - MULT JMOOGDEA - - resetin ' 0000 Openingand dosing the cassetteholder will a'so resetthetapecounter - - O , SDCREOT DECK 1 / 2 PLAY 1 - 3 • REC / To play continuously ( DECK 1 to DECK2 ) CD EDIT / RED F " Loadtapesin bothdecksandslartplaybackon DECK1 Then , Dial Function C . ECK assoonas playbackoil DECK1 finishes , playbackoil DECK 0 - 9 , + 10 _ = 2 will startwithout interruption . SYNC DUB - - • Theboth deckspay oneside of thetapes DECK 1 - - - - DECK2 • REC / - - TOplay bask type II ( High position ) tapes REC MUTE I _ SHIFT - - - - ' _ TurnMULTIJOGuntil " SOFT " is displayedwhile playng a typeg tape I ! Theunitautomaticayl setsthegraphicequalizetro appropriate levelsto providetheoptimump aybacksoundfor typeII tape 3 Press D , , - . Playback The'SOFT " functon worksevenafterthe unit isturnedoff or thefunctionis chanaedunlesst iscanceled Toopen theinnercassetteholder Useonly type , ( normal ) tapes . To cancel it cancel the orao ! ic eeualizer / see " SOUND Theinnecr assettheoldeor pensordosesautomalicalwlyhen 1 TurntheDia ! Functionto selecttheTAPEfunction . openingor closingtheou ! ercasse ! teholder ¸ g _ heouter 2 Press A PUSH EJECT / CLOSEon either side cassettheoderisalreadyopen , p _ esAs PUSHEJECoTfthe ( DECKI and DECK2 ) to openthe outercassette innercassettheoldertoopenit • Use of 120 - minute or Ionge _ tapesis net recommended holder andinsert the tapein the deck . To open or close beth decks ( DECK 1 and DECK2 ) since they are extremely tlin and easily deformed of Inserwtiththeexposesddedownandplaybacskidefacing simultaneously damaged putfromtheunitToclosep , ushA PUSHEJECT / ClOSE Pressor push APUSH EJECT / ClOSEon both sidesof the , , Takeup anyslack in the tapewith a pencilor similar tool onthesidewherethetanes nse [ ed outercassetteholdersimu tareousl _ beforeuse Slackape mayiam in themechanism APUSH EJECT Tostopplayback inner cassette holder Press • Basicrecording Userally typeI ( normal ) tapes . DECK2 isthe recordingdeck . Topauseplayback ( DECK2 only ) Onlyonesideof the tapecanbe recordedat a time . PressI | Pressagainto resume Tofastforwardorrewind I Insert the recording tape in DECK 2 . Press _ orI _ Press _ PUSHEJECf / CLOSEto opentheoutercassette _ ) holder , and insertwith the exposedside down and the t Toselect a deck ( DECK1 or DECK2 ) sideto be recordedon facng out fromfhe unit _ PUSH EJECT / CLOSE PressDECK1 / 2 instop modewhentapesareloadedn both Wind upthe tapeto the desiredpointif needed Outer cassette holder decks Thedecknumbe _ ( " TI " or " T2 " ) isdisplayed 14
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2 Prepare the source . 2 Turnthe Dial Functionto selectthe CDfunction T _ gL ! _ - _ , pressQREC / T _ , selectfheCDfunctionand loaddisc ( s ) RECMUTEagainwhile " REC ' flashes and loaddisc ( s ) . TOrecorda radiobroadcasttunein tothe desiredstation To . recordmerethana 4 - secondblanksoace press • REC / 3 PressSHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECoKnceonthe remote Torecorda togA , nsert the sourceIape d ! DECK1 and RECMUTEagainaftertheungentersrecordingpausemode control selectthe 1APEfundion ( DECKt ) Eachtimethe buttonispressed , a 4 - secnndblafk spaceis ' EDIT " is dsplayedand'AI c - g0 " appearsonthe T _ zecordf _ omconnectedexternaleOUiDmenstelectthe added dsplay ViDEO / AUXfunctionand preparetheequipment 2 PressII to resumerecording 4 PressDISCDIRECTPLAY1 - 3 to selectadisc . 3 Press OREC / RECMUTEto start recording , TOerasea tape Whenrecording a CD or tape , playback starts I inserdt ' etapeinDECK2 Setthetapetothedesredpoiotif Press the numbered buttons on the remote needed autemaPcafly control to enterthe length of the recordingtape , Whenrecordinginputfrom connectedequipment , 2 PlessDECK1 / t2oselect " T2 " 10to99minntecsanbespecfied 3 PressOREC / RECMUTE maouaflsytartplaybacokfthesource Fora60 - mminutetapepress6and0nesthetraeksto Ontheremotecontrolp , ressRECMODEandthenpress in a fewsecondst , heunitdder be OREC / RECMUTEwthio3 seconds recordefdoreachsde Wholetapedubbing • YoucanalsochangtehesourcebypressingREDMODE ThemcoldingtimeleftlotsideAappearsonthedisplay 1 TurntheDialFunctionto selecttheTAPEfunction . repeatedblyeforeplessingQREC / RECMUTE • _ 1 _ 1 , I _ o _ MULTJIOGcanalsnbeusedtospecify 2 Insert the original tape in DECK t and the tapeength • Volumeoftoneadjustmendtoesnotaffecrtecording recordingtape in DECK2 . • " ERN'T REE " s displayedifyouattemptot recordatape Press OREC / REC MUTE to start recording on wghthetabbrokenoff 3 PressSYNCDUB . side A . thetapesarerewoundtothebeginningnftheImntside To stop recording Onthe remotecontrol pressRECMODEandthenpress Press • andrecordingstarts OREC / REC MUTEwghin3 seconds Thetape s rewound to the beginning of side A and • DubbingcannosttartJromapointhagwaiynthetape Topauserecording ( onlyfor TUNERorVIDEO / AUX recordingstarts • Onlyonesdeofthetapecanberecordeadtatime source ) Go _ othenextstepwhenrecordhlgon side A f nishes PressII Pressagainteresume Tostopdubbing 7 PressSHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECoKnceontheremote Press • Torecorda selectedsetoftracksfrom a CD control . Programthedesiredtraeks ( see " Programmepdlaybacka ' ) nd Therecordingime leI : fatsideBappearsonIhedisplay EditedCDrecording tdenpressOREC / RECMUTE Turn overthe tapeand press QREC / RECMUTE To record a 4 - second blank space ( only for TUNER AI Edit Recordinl7 to start recordingon side B . or VIDEO / AUXsource ) Ontheremotecontro , pressRECMODEandthenpress WhernecordinagwholeCDA , IEditRecordintagkesthelength 1 PressQREC / REC MUTEdudogrece _ dingor n recording OREC / RECMUlEwithin3seconds ofyourtapeintoaccounatndrearrangethserecordinogrdeor f pausemode thetracksifnecessarsyo , thatnotrackiscutshortattheend • AIEditRecodingcannotbeusedwgh discswithmorethan " REE " flasheson _ hedisplayfor 4 seconds ( ablankspace oftheside . PreparoetapetongenoughtorecordtheCD . 30 Lracks " TR OVER " is displayed ismadeinthe meantime ) andthentheuniteole _ srecordng • Recordingcannotstartfrom a point halfwayin thetape pausemode 1 Insertthe recordingtape in DECK2 , 15
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9 Press OREC / REC MUTE to start recording on Pro # rammed Edit Recording side A . Breakoff lhep astirtab ofthecassettetapewitha screwdriver Asyou programthe CDtracks to record , ProgrammedEdlt Ontheremotecontrol , pressRECMODEandthen press or other pointedtoo Torecordon the tapeagain , coverthe Recordingdisplaystile remainingrecordinglime for eachside • REC / RECMUlE within 3 seconds detectionslot with adhesivetape of the tape , so you caneasilyselecta set of desiredtracks Tbetape is rewound to the beginning of side A and within the lengthof yourtape . recordingslarts Go _ othe nextstepwhenlecordingon side A finishes 1 Insertthe recordingtapsin DECK2 . 19Press SHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECKon the remote 2 Turnthe Dial Functionto selectthe CDfunction SideA _ e A controlto switch to side B . and loaddisc ( s ) . 11 Turn over the tape and press OREC / REC MUTE 3 Press SHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECKtwice on the to start recording on side B . remotecontroL Onthe remotecontrol , pressRECMODEand thenpress ' PRGM " and " EDIT " aredisplayedand'P C - O0 ' OREC / RECMUTEwithin 3 seconds appealosnthedisplay • You cannot program more than 30 tracks " FULL ' is 4 Press the numbered buttons on the remote displayed control to enter the length of the recording tape . • Youcannotprograma tlackwith atracknumberlargerthan 10to 99 minuiescanbe specified 30 • _ , _ or MULTIJOGcanalso be usedto specify • Recordingcannotstafffrom a pointha fwayin thetape tapeleng ! h To stop recording 5 PressDiSC DIRECTPLAY1 - 3 to selecta disc . Press • Recordng and CDplaybackstopsimu laneous } y Then , pressthe onumberedbuttonsontheremoten control to seIectthefirst track to berecorded To check the program side A . 1 Before recording press SHIE _ CD EDll / CHECKon the Toselectthe25thtrackp , ress ÷ 10 , _ 10and5 remoteconbol to seed side A or B - ToselectthelOthrack , p _ essHOandO 2 Press _ m I _ 1 _ repeafedly Thetrack nnmber and programnumberaredisp ayedin s cress on 8 Repeatstep5 to selectthe rest of thetracks for side A . Tochangetheprogramofeachside PressSHIFI + CDEDIT / CHECoKntheremotecontrotloselect 1tiereroaggnrgecarding [ meofsideAis disp ! ayedYou cannostelectatrackwithalongerplayinggme sideAorB , andpress • tocleartheprogramfortheselected sideThens , electtracksagain 7 Press SHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECKon the remote control to switch to side B and selectthetracks Tocleartheeditprogram fortheside . Press • twicesothat'EDIT " disappearfsromthedisplay 8 Press SHIFT + CDEDIT / CHECKon the remote control to switch backto side A . 16
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SOUND ADJUSTMENTS Theequalizationcurvecanbecustomizedto suit your - - MULTI JOG preference . MODE - - : . _ OUND ! NTER I PressSOUNDrepeatedtytoselectoneof thethree frequencyrangesto adjust . BASSL : owrangeflequencies - MiD : Mddlerangef _ esuencies - ENTER - TREH : ighrangefrequencies 2 TurnMULTiJOG ( pressPRESET / % . or V on the remotecontrol ) to adjust the level within 4 seconds . 3 Repeat Step 1 and 2 to adjust all the three ranges if necessary . To display the current GEQ mode Graphicequalizer _ g _ our customizedcurve , orocegdto PressMODE / GEQon the remotecontrol ) once Seledsosoundequotizoiiocnurvetomatchfilemusic _ , pe . thenext : _ f , g . ThemodewiPbedisplayedfor4 seconds PressMODEonceandthen turn MULTi JOGwithin 4 HoIddown MODE ( GEQon the remotecontrol ) Tocancelequalization 4 seconds to select one of the four equalization until " PRESET " flashesin the displayand then PressMODEonceandthenturnMULTJiOGwithin4seconds curves , press ENTERwithin 4 seconds . toselec " tGEQ OFF " Ontheremoteconhol , pressGEQandthenpressPRESET Thecustomizecdurveis storedin " USER " Ontheremotecontrolp , ressGEQandthenwithin4seconds / % or V _ epeatedwlyithin4 seconds pressPRESE ] / _ . or V repeatedulyntil ' GEQQFF " is • ifyouse ] ecotneotthepresecturvessuchasROCKbefore ROCKP : owedlsdoundemphasizgllrgebleandbass d splayed performinSgTEPE youcancustomizaecurveonit - POPM : orepresencienthevocalsandmidrange • Onceoneof thefrequencryangesis adjustedt , heGEQ - JAZZA : ccenteldowerfrequenciefosriazz - typme usic ndJcatorremaindsisplayeudrdi [ " GEQOFF " isselected USERA : customizecdurve ( see " Settinagcurvemanually " ) 17
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TIMER OPERATIONS 5 Press _ or _ to adjust the volume level , then pressENTERor IISET . - - ENTER Adjusftrom0to 26 6 Preparethe source . - TIMER POWER T _ I loaddisc ( s ) STANDBY / ON T _ , selectthebandandtuneintothedesired • SLEEP station . • IISET T _ , insertthetapeandselectthedeck TIMER Top ] _ yexiernaelnuiomenctonnectetdotheV ] DEO / AUX - II _ lb B jTLO _ s , etanexternatilmerfortheequipmenstothatits IIBET playbacbkeginsetthesametime 7 Press POWER _ STANDBY / ON to turn the unit off , At bmer - ontime , theunt turnson andplaysthe seeeted source After the specifiedtimer - activatedduretion , the Timerplayback Sleeptimer unit turns off again Turnsoff theunit nutomat _ atlyafter a specifiedtime . Turnson theunit at a specifiedtimeforthespecifiedduration . Tip : Makesumthe dock _ setcorrecH _ 1 PressSHIFT + SLEEPon theremotecontroL Thedisplay is dimmedwhile tbe timer playbackisactive Press TIMER ( SHIFT + TIMER on the remote " SLP " appearosnthedisplay • Tostoptmer settingin steps2 to 5 , press • control ) . Timerstandbymedeis alsocanoeed 2 Press _ or I _ - t , , - repeatedIy to set the sleep _ 5 " indicatorlights upand _ ( _ PLRY " appearson the " , , Timerplaybackwill not beginunlessthe unit is turnedoff timer duration . display Then , the timer - on time and the source name first With eachpress , the timerdurabenchangesin5 - minute appea _ alternatelyon the display • Connectedequipmentcannotbeturnedonor offbythebuilt - stepsbetween5 to 240minutes It thereisno buttoninput in timer ( If ! his ung Useanexternaltimer Press < _ 1 or i , , i , , - to set the timer - on time , then for4 seconds , thecurrentsetgngisenteredautomabcally • MULTIJOGis alsoavailablein placeof < < or i , , , ! , , - Theunit turns off afterthese ] eetedtime press ENTER or | | SET . • In step3 , FUNCIIONel DialFunctionis also availableto , , MULTiJOGisalsoavailabien placeof _ or if _ or I _ i , , - is not pressedwithin 6 seconds , you selectthesource wifl exil thetmer settingmodeendthe preyoussetting , Tip : In step5 , VOLUME ' - I - , - - or VOLUMEis alsoavailableto howeve _ s entered Te oisplay isdimmedwhile the sleeptimer isactive selectthe source 3 Press _ 1 < 1or i - i , - to selectthe source , then Tochecktheremainingtime untilthe anitturnsoff press ENTERor IISET . PressSHIFT + SLEEonPtileremotecontrolTheremaining times displayefdor4seconds Press < < or _ to set the timer - activated duration , then press ENTERor IISET . Tocancelthesleeptimer Witheachpresst , hegmeractivateddureot ochangeisn P _ esSsHIFT _ SLEtEwPceontheremotceontretsothat % LP 5 minulestepsbetwee5nto240minutes OFF " isdisplayed 18
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Todisplay the timer setting Timer recording PressTIMER Timerer cordinisgavailabolenlyforTUNEaRndVIDEO / AUX Thetimer - ontime , thesourceandthetimer - activatedduration ( withanexterntaiml ers ) ources . ared splayedfor 6 seconds Tip : 1 Press TIMER ( SHIFT + TIMER on the remote Timersettingcanbe dislgayedevenwhile theung is turned control ) repeatedlyuntil " _ ) REC " appearsonthe off , andatthattimeif youpressENTERol II | within 6 seconds display . afterTIMERispressedryou canenterthetimersettingmode 2 Carry out step 2 to step 5 described in " Timer andchangethe setting playback " . Tochangethetimer setting Prepare the source . Resetthetimeragain To recordthe radio selectthe band and tune in to the To cancel the timer desiredstation PressTIMERrepeatedlyuntd " ( _ OFF " is displayed " _ ) " To recordexternaleouirJmentconnectedto the VIDEO / disappearsfrom thedisp ! ay _ , setanexternalHmerfortheequipmentsothat its playbackbeginsat thesametime Tip : Yor timersetting is retaned evenif thetimeris canceled 4 Inserttherecordingtape in DECK2andthenturn Nexttimethetimerisactivatedy , ou ( ; anchangeyourprevious the unit off . setting , orsimply usethe samesettingagain TIp _ Thed splay isdimmedwhile thelimef recordingisactive 19
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REFERENCE Condensation Careandmaintenance Troubleshooting Moisture mayform on theCDpickuplens when : Oneusiun _ coreandm _ teo _ ce of the unitandthe so _ ure tf yourunit failstoperformproperty , checkthefollowingguide • Theunit is movedlrom a cold spotto a warmspot oreneededto _ fimize the performanceof yourunit . and therelevantsectionsof the OperatingIostraetlons . • Thehealingsystemhasjust beenturnedon • Theunit is usedin a veryhumidroom There is no sorted , To clean the cabinet , , Theunit is cooledby anair conditioner • Are tbespeakersand ACpowercord connededproperly ? Use a soft and dry oath if the uflg Suflacesaraextremey Whenthis unit has condensationinside = it maynot funcgon oirty , usea soft clotb tightly moistenedwilh mid detergent The unit shot off suddenly . normally Should this occur leavethe unit for a few hours , solution Donot usestrongsolventssuchasalcohol , benzine • Possiblya shortcircuit inthespeake [ termieaisDisconnect thentry to operateagan or thinner theAC powercordfrom theACpowerotlet andre - connect To clean the tape heads * . hespeakercordscorrectly Dirtytape headscausesounddeterioration After every10 The unit blacks out when the unit is turned off . hours of use dean the tape l _ eadswith a head cleaning • is ECOmodesetto on ? cassetteReferto fheinstructionsof thecleaningcassette Erroneousdisplay . To demagnetize the tape heads • Resettheunit Usea demagnetizingcassetteafter every20 to 30 hours Ol use Referto theinstructcos at the demagnetizingcassette Poor radio reception . • Checkantennaconnection Adiust Pieantennato fed the CareofCDs bestreception WhenaCDbecomedsirty , wipeitfom thecentreoutwitha • Moveunit andanteonaawayfrom otherelectricapp iances cleanincglothAfterplayingaCD , storeit initscaseDonot andcolds keepitinhotorhumidplaces Thetapedoesnotran , Care of tapes • is thedeckin pause ? Storetapesin their casesafter use DOnot leavetapesnear magnets , motors , televisionsets , or anysourceof magneism Poortapesound , DOoutexposetapesto directsunlight = or leavethemin acar • CheckfordirtyPleadCsleanthemifneeded parkedn dirad sunigbt • UsetypeI ( norma ) tapes Cannot record . • is the erasurepreventiontabof the tapebrokenoff ? g so , Resetting the unit cove _ the detectionaid wth adflesivetape if an unusualcoedgionoccursin the display windowor the The CD player works poorly . cassettedeck , resetthe ungas follows : • Is thedisc cormclly loaded ? 1 PressPOWERtoturnoff the power • is thedisc dirty ? if thepowercannot beturnedoff , disconnecttheAC power ' , , is the lens affected by condensation ? if so , wait cord , thenphJgit in again appraximatdyone hour andfly again 2 Holddown • and pressPOWER Everythingstoredn memoryafterpurchaseiscleared 20
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GENERAL Specifications Powe _ requhemen [ s 120VAC , 60 Hz MAIN UNIT CX - ND70 Powecronsumption 120W TUNER Peweceonsumotion WithECOmodeon : 06 W FMtuningrange 875 MHeto108MHz o standbmy ode WilhECOmodeoff : 25W 132 dBf FMusablesensitivity ( IHF ) Dimension ( sWxHx D ) 260x324x360mm FMantennalerminal 75o _ ms ( unbalanced ) ( lO Vax12 f / s x14 / a in ) AMtunng range 530kHzto 1710 , _ Hz ( 10kHzstep ) Weight 85 kg ( 18Ibs ! 2 oz ) 531kHzto 1602kHz ( 9kHzstep ) AMusablesensilivily 350pV / m [ RONT SPEAKERSSX - ND70 AMantenna Loopartenna Speakesrystem 3 way , bass reflex ( magnetic shielded ) AMPLIFIER SpeakeurrHs Wooer : 160mm ( 6 _ in ) cone Poweor utput 112W + 112W ( 40Hz - 20kHeT , HD _ woe _ r : 60mm ( 2 _ 8 in ) cone lessthan1 % , 6 ohms ) Super ! weeter : 20 mm ( 13 / 16in ) 140W - 140W ( 1 kHz , THDless ceramic than10 % 6 ohms ) impedance g ohms To [ ahl armonicd storton 008 % ( 56Wr1kHz = 6 ohmsD ! N 250 x324x268mm Dmensions ( Wx HxD ) AUDIO ) ( 9V _ x12V _ xlO _ in ) VIDEO / AUX70 : 0mV Ingul Weigh 4 5 kg ( 9 ! bs15az ) SPEAKER6So : hmsormole Outputs PHONES3 : 2ohmsormore Specificationasndexternaalppearancaeresubjecttochange CASSETTEDECK withount otice TrackIom'at 4 tracks2 , channelsstweo 50Hz 15kHz Frequencryesponse COPYRIGHT Recordinsgystem ACbias H _ ds Checkcopyrighlat wsrelevantot recordingfsromdiscs , radio DECK1 : playbackx ortapefo _ thecountrywheretheunitistobeused DECK2 : lecording / playbac , x _ 1 , erasex 1 CO PLAYER Laser Semiconduc ! olarser ( 7 , = 780nm ) 1bt dual D / Aconveder SignaHo - eoisreatio 85dB ( 1 kHz0 , dB ) Harmonicdistortion 0 05 % ( 1kHz0 dB ) As an ENERGY STAR ® Partner , AIWA has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR ® guidelines for energy efficiency ¸ 21
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NOTE [ his equipmenthasbeeneared and fou _ ' dto complywith thefimits fora C ] assBdigga device pursuaMto Part15 of the FCC Rules These mite are designed to provide reasonableprotection against harmful interference in a residential nstaiation The equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequencyenergyand g not nslal } edandused n accordance withtheinstrud ona , maycase harmfu interferenceto fade communications However , there is no guarantee that intedelencewill : _ otoct Jr in a particularinsta [ at on I [ this equ pment does cause harmlul interterence to radio or television ! eception , whch canbe deterroinedby turningthe equipmergoffandon , _ heuserisencouragedto try to correct the interiereneebyone or moreof the iollow ng measures : Reodenlor relocatethe receivingantenna [ nc easetheseparagonbetweentheequipmentandreceiver Conned the equ pmentinto an ou _ lelon circuit different from thatto whch the ieceiveris connected Consultthe dealel or an experiencedradio / TVtechnician fo _ help CAUTION Modifica ! iors el adj slmentsto this producl , whch arenot expresslyapprovedby themanufadurer mayvoid the user's right orauthorityre epelatethis product For assistance and information AIWA CO . , LTD . call tell free 1 - 800 - BU ¥ - AIWA ( United States and Puerto Rico ) Printed in Malaysia
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