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allLJUra CDStereoSystem XR - EM20 DIGITAL AUDIO lrll r _ Owner'srecord For your convenience , recordthe model numberand serial number ( youwill find themon therearof your set ) inthespace providedbelow . Pleaserefer1othem whenyou contactyour Aiwadealerincaseof difficulty . Model No . SerialNo . ( LotNo . ) call toll free 1 - 800 - BUY - AIWA For assistanceand information ( United States and Puerto Rico ) 8C - CL7 - 903 - 01 011228ACK - H - BF
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Readthe Operating Instructions carefully and completely before Ventilation - The unit should be situated with adequate space operating the unit , Besure to keepthe OperatingInstructions for around it sothat proper heat ventilation is assured . Allow 10 cm future reference , All warnings and cautions in the Operating clearancefrom the rear and the top of the unit , and 5 cm from the each side . Instructions and on the unit should be strictly followed , aswell as the safetysuggestions below . Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation , and to ensurereliable operation of theunit Warning and to protect it from overheating , these openings must not be To preventelectric shock or injury , these safetyinstructions should blocked or covered , The openings should never be blocked by be followed in the installation , use and servicing theunit , placing the unit on a bed , sofa , rug or other similar surface . This unit should notbeplacedin abuilt - in installationsuchasabookcase Installation unless proper ventilation is provided . Attachments - Do not use attachmentsnotrecommendedby the Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into unit manufacturerastheymayresult in therisk of fire , electric shock this unit through the cabinet slots asthey may touch dangerous or ir _ ury to persons , voltage points or short - circuit parts that could result in a fire or Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water - for electric shock . Neverspill liquid of any kind on the unit . example , neara bathtub , washbowl , kitchen sink , or laundrytub , in ElectricPower awet basement , or neara swimming pool , and the like , Heat - Donot use this unit near sources of heat , including heating Power Sources - Thisunit should beoperatedonly from thetype vents , stoves , or otherappliancesthat generateheat , It also should of powersource indicated on themarking label . Ifyou arenot sure not be placed in temperatureslessthan 5C ( 41 ° F ) or greater than of thetype of power supply to your home , consult your appliance 35C ( 95F ) . dealeror local powercompany , To operateunit on batterypower , or Mounting surface - Place the unit on a flat , even surface . other sources , referto the operating instructions . Accessories - Do not placethis unit on an unstable cart , stand , Grounding or Polarization - Thisunit isprovidedwith apolarized tripod , bracket , or table . Theunit mayfall , causing serious ir _ ury alternating - current line plug ( a plug having one blade wider than to a child or an adult , and serious damageto the appliance . Use the other ) , This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way . only with a cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table recommendedby This is asafetyfeature . Ifyou are unable to inserttheplug fully into the manufacturer , or sold with the unit , Any mounting of the the outlet , try reversing the plug , If the plug should still fail to fit , applianceshould follow themanufacturer'sinstructions , andshould contactyour electrician to replaceyour obsoleteoutlet , Do notdefeat use amounting accessory recommendedbythe manufacturer . the safety purposeof the polarizedplug , Portable cart - An appliance and cart Power - Cord Protection - Power - supplycords should berouted combination should be movedwith care , Quick so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items stops , excessiveforce , and unevensurfacesmay placed uponor againstthem , paying particular attentionto cordsat cause the appliance and cart combination to plugs , conveniencereceptacles , and the point wheretheyexit from overturn , the product , Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets , extension cords , integral convenience receptaclesasthis can result in a risk of fire or electric shock , 2
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OutdoorAntenna Lig * ming Power lines - An outside antennasystem should not be located For addedprotectionfor this unit receiverduring a lightning storm , in thevicinity of overheadpowerlinesor otherelectric light orpower or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time , circuits , orwhereit canfall into such powerlines orcircuits . When unp ] ug it from thewall out ] et and disconnect the antennaor cab ] e installing an outsideantennasystem , extremecareshould be taken system , This will prevent damageto the unit due to lightning and to keepfrom touching such powerlines or circuits ascontact with powerline surges , them might be fatal . Maintenance Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antennaor cable Cleaning - Unplug this unit from thewall outlet before cleaning , systemis connectedto theunit , besuretheantennaorcable system Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners . Usea damp cloth isgroundedso asto providesomeprotectionagainstvoltagesurges for cleaning , and built - up static charges . Section 810 of the National Electrical Code , ANSWNFPANo , 70 , providesinformationwith regardto proper DamageRequiringService grounding of the mast and supporting structure , grounding of the Unplug this unit from thewall outlet arid referservicing to qualified lead - in wire to an antenna discharge unit , size of grounding service personnelunder the following conditions : conductors , location of antenna - discharge unit , connection to 1 ) Whenthe power cord or plug is damaged , System and accessories groundingelectrodes , and requirementsfor thegrounding electrode . 2 ) If liquid has beenspilled , or objects havefallen into the unit , Main unit CX - LEM20 Seethefigure . 3 ) If the unit has beenexposedto rain or water . Speakers SX - LEM20 4 ) If the unit does not operatenormally by following the operating Antenna Grounding According _ Remote control to the National Electrical Code _ ANTENNA instructions . Adjust only those controls that are coveredby the FM antenna r _ _ LEADIN operating instructions as improper adjustmentof othercontrols AM antenna mayresult in damageand will oftenrequire extensivework by a qualified technician to restorethe unit to normal operation , / GROUNDCLAMP / / _ ' - _ ANTENNA 5 ) If the unit has beendropped orthe cabinethas beendamaged . / / _ _ DISCHARGE 6 ) When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a needfor service . l _ J J . _ ( NECSECTION I I / 181 ° - 2 ° ' Do notattempt to service this unit yourself asopeningor removing L FRiiip _ ¥ NT _ _ / _ GROUNDING coversmayexposeyou to dangerousvoltageor otherhazards . Refer . . . . IUJ _ CONDUCTORS all servicing to qualified service personnel . ( NECSECTION Replacement Parts - When replacement parts arerequired , be POWERSERVI _ 810 - 21 ) GROUNDING - - " " sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified ELECTRODSEYSTEM GROUNDCLAMPS bythemanufactureror havingthesamecharacteristicsastheoriginal ( NECART250 PARTH ) NEC - NATIONAELLECTRICACLODE part , Unauthorizedsubstitutions may result in fire , electric shock or other hazards . Safety Cheek - Upon thecompletion of any service or repairs to this unit , ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determinethat the unit is in properoperating condition , 3
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PREPARATIONS 3 Connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet . Connection Remote control Theclock will flash on thedisplay . Plug in the ACpower cord to the AC outlet after all other Detachthe batterycompartmentlid at therearof the remote Forsettingtheclock , seepage7 . connectionsaremade . control and insert two R6 ( size AA ) batterieswith correct Speakers polarity . Connect the speakers to the main unit . • Do not short < ircuit theO and • speakercord leads . Connectthe right speakerto the SPEAKERSRterminals • Do not leaveobjects generatingmagnetismor objects and the leftto the SPEAKERSL terminals . Thespeaker affectedbymagnetismnearthespeakers . cordswith thestripesgo to the @ terminals . Antennas Keep antennas away from metallic objects , electrical equipmentandcords . • FM antenna : Extend fully and position for the best reception . If receptionis poor , connectanoptionaloutdoor R6 ( AA ) antennato the FM 75 _ ; 2terminals.Whenconnectingan optionaloutdoorantennab , esureto connecttheshieldbraid • Replacethe batterieswith newoneswhenthe operational of the antennato the • terminal . distancebetweentheremotecontrolandmainunitbecomes • AM antenna : Rotateto find bestreception . shorter . • Removethe batteriesif theunit is not goingto beusedfor an extendedperiodof time . Connect the supplied antennas . Connectthe FM antennato the FM75 _ ; 2terminalsand • Theremotecontrolmaynotoperateif itisusedunderintense sunlightor if its line of sight isobstructed . the AM antennato the AM LOOPjack . Connectthe FM antennato the FM 75 _ ; 2terminalswithoutthe • mark , as illustrated . FMantenna AM antenna H 4
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PARTS AND CONTROLS O _ 1 _ 1 / ! , 9t _ 1 , I _ l _ l / lIH _ ( TUNING DOWN , UP ) Main unit CD : skips to a previousor a succeedingtrack when pressed , searchesa track in fast forward or reverse playbackwhenhelddown . Q Tape : rewindsor fastforwardsthetape . Radio : manuallytunesup or downwithin the band . - - 0 m ® ® AM LOOP jack and FM 75 _ terminals @ Connectthe suppliedAMand FMantennas . - - 0 - - ® 6 ) SUB WOOFER _ jack - - O Connectoptional poweredsub woofer with a built - in - - @ 0 amplifierto thejack . ® AUX IN jacks m Acceptanalogsoundsignalsfrom externalequipment . Connecet xternael quipmentusinganoptionalconnecting cablewith RCAphono plugs ( redplugto Rjack , white plug to Ljack ) . Referalso to theoperatinginstructions O = = CLEAR 0 I _ TAPE ( REC MUTE ) foryour equipment . Startsplayback . CDandTape : stopsplayback . Toswitchfunctionto externalinput , pressTUNER / AUX / Also used to enter 4 - second blank spaces during Radio : clearsa presetstation . BANDrepeatedly . recording . ® SPEAKERS _ terminals € ) PHONES jack TUN ER / AUX / BAN D Plug in optionalheadphonessetwith a stereomini plug Connectthespeakercordsof thesuppliedspeakers . SelectsRadiofunctionand theradio band . ( e3 . 5 mm ) . Speakeroutput iscanceled . ® AC power cord Alsoselectsthefunctionofexternael quipmentconnected O VOLUME to AUXINjacks . Adjuststhe volumeetc . . ) , IICD O TONE Startsand pausesCDplay . Selectsthe sound adjusting mode , " BRS " ( bass ) or O POWER _ STANDBY / ON " TRE " ( treble ) . Switchesthe uniton andoff ( standby ) . O DISPLAY 0 REC / REC PAUSE Changesthe display in CDplaybackmode . Startsand pausesrecording . SYNCHRO REC Startsrecordingand CDplaysimultaneously . 5
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DISPLAY I _ FUNCTION Remote control Switchesthe activefunction amongTAPET , UNERA , UX PROGRAM and CD . 0 0 SelectsprogrammedCDplaybackmode . m 000 O PRESET + , - TIMER 000 Tunesin a presetstation . Q - - Selectstimer mode . 000 < 1 < / ! , 4t < , IH _ I / I , , - I _ SLEEP @ VOLUME + , - - Selectssleep - timermode . D _ RANDOM / REP ( i ) TONE 0 Selectsrandomor repeatCDplaybackmode . Q - - 0 CD EDIT / CHECK - - ® 0 SelectseditedCDrecording , I _ ) REC / REC PAUSE Startsand pausesrecordingwhen pressedwith SHIFT helddown . REC MUTE Buttons with the sameor similar nameson the main unit Enters4 - secondblankspacesduring recording , basicallyhavethe samefunction . O I _ llCD 0 POWER AUX E ) 0 - 10 , + 10 Selectthe function of externalequipmentconnectedto CD : selectsa trackof thespecifiednumber . AUXINjacks . Radio : tunes in the station with the specified preset I _ TAPE number . TUN ER / BAN D Thenumberebduttontsakeonthesefunctionws henpressewdith SelectsRadiofunctionandthe radioband . SHIFThelddown : • CLEAR CLOCK Selectsclock mode . 1 _ SET Determinesthe mode . TUNER MODE Storesthe receivedstationto preset . Switchesbetweenstereoor monauralFM reception . 0 SHIFT Holddownwhenpressinga numberedbuttonto change its functionto that printedabovethe number . 6
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ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE OPERATION To displaythe time while the power is on Holddown SHIFTand pressCLOCKon the remotecontrol . Thetimewill be displayedfor6 seconds . To switch to the 24 - hour standard Displaythetime andpress • within 6 seconds . With eachpress , the clock alternatesbetween12 - and 24 - hour standardtime . Tip : Inthe 12 - hourstandard , " FIM12 : BB " indicatesmidnightand " PM12 : OO " noon . If the clock display flashes when the unit is turned off Therehasbeena powerinterruption . Resetthe clock . Power Setting the clock Turningthe unit on 1 Hold down SHIFTand press CLOCKon the remote control . Press POWERd ) STANDBY / ON ( POWERon the remote control ) . Whenthe unit isturnedoff , you canalso pressSET . Alternativelyp , ressTAPET , UNER / AUX / BAND ( TUNER / BAND Within 6 seconds , press _ or I _ to set the or AUX on the remotecontrol ) or CD . Playbackwill start time . automaticallyif a discor tapeis loaded . Eachpresschangesthe timein 1 - minutesteps . Turningthe unit off Holdingthesebuttonsdownwill varythetimeinlO - minute units , PressPOWERd ) STANDBY / ONagain . Theunitgoesinto standby . 3 Press SE £ Thetimedisplaystopsflashing andthe clocksta _ sfrom 00 seconds . Whensettin9 the clock on the unit in stopmode , hold down • and press _ instep1 . Aftersettingthe timein step2 , pressTONEin step3 . To change the displaywindow brightness ( Dimmer ) Holddown DISPLAY ( holddown SHIFTandpressDISPLAY on theremotecontrol ) forabout4 secondswhilethe poweris on , Repeattheaboveto restorethe brightness . 7
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CD OPERATIONS Random / Repeatplay In randomplay mode the unitplaysall the tracksin random order . In repeatplaymodeit playsrepeatedlyall the tracksor thetrackbeingplayed . Youcanselectrandomandrepeat all play at thesametime . 1 Hold down SHIFT and press RANDOM / REP repeatedly on the remote control . Themodechangesasfollows : " c _ . 1 " : Playsonetrackrepeatedly . Selectthetrackwith or I _ 1 _ - . " _ - - _ " : Playsall thetracks repeatedly . " RRNDOM " : Playsall thetracks randomly . " RRNDOM c _ . " : Plays all the tracks repeatedlyin randomorder . ThisunitplaysbackfinalizedCD - R / RWdiscsaswellasaudio Tosearch ( playbackin fastforward orreverse ) 2 Press I _ 11 tostart play . CDs . Holddown _ or I _ 1 _ - R . eleasaetthedesiredpoint . To cancel random / repeat play Toselect a trackwith the remote control ( Directplay ) Hold down SHIFTand pressRANDOM / REPon the remote Playing a CD Pressthe numberedbuttonsto selectatrack . control repeatedlyuntil ' RRNDOM " or " c _ . " disappears . Directselection of the tracks with the numberedbuttons - Toselectthe 25thtrack , press + 10 , + 10and 5 . 1 Press OPEN to open the disc compartment . - Toselectthe 11thtrack , press + 10 and1 . cancelsrandomplay mode . Placea disc withthe labelside up . Thenclosethe disc compartmentby pressingOPEN . To change the display in playback mode To repeat a selected set of tracks PressDISPLAY ( holddown SHIFTandpressDISPLAYonthe First select the tracks with programmed play ( see 2 PressI _ 11 tostart play . remotecontrol ) during play . " Programmedplay " on page9 ) . Thenselectrepeatplayback . Tostopplay Thedisplay changesin the followingorder : Press , . , . racknumberbeingplayedandelapsedplayingtime Remainingtimeof play Topauseplay • Remainingtimeof play cannotbe displayedduring c _ . l , PressI _ 11 . Pressagaintoresumeplay . randomor programmedplay . To skip to thebeginningof thecurrent / preceding / succeedingtrack Press _ or _ repeatedly . 8
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1o checkthe program Programmedplay Press _ or _ repeatedlyin stop mode . The track • Do not placemorethan onedisc . Playsbackup to 30 selectedtracksin programmedorder . numberand programnumberaredisplayedin succession . • Do nottilt the unit witha disc loaded . 1 Hold down SHIFT and press PROGRAM on the • Theunit maynotplayCD - R / RWdiscs recordedon personal 1 " oclearthe program remote control in stop mode . computersor certainkindsof CD - R / RWrecorders . Press • instopmode " . PRGM " disappeafrrsomthedisplay . • Do not attach adhesive label to either side of ' PRGM " flasheson the display . To add tracks to the program CD - R / RWdiscs , as doingso maycausemalfunction . Press the numbered buttons on the remote Repeatstep2 beforestartingplayback . Thetracksareadded • Donot loadanunrecordedCD - R / RWdisc . Thediscmaybe control to program a track . to theend of the program . damaged . - Toselectthe 25thtrack , press + 10 , + 10and 5 . • Do not useirregular - shapedCDs . 1 " ochangethe programmed tracks - Toselectthe 11thtrack , press + 10 and1 . Theselectedtracknumberlightsup on the display . Cleartheprogramandrepeatall the stepsagain . 3 Repeat step 2 to program other tracks . Thetotalnumberof selectedtracksandtotalplayingtime will be displayed . 4 Press HI tostart play . Thetrack number for the current trackflashes on the display . • Duringprogrammedplay , youcannotselecta trackwiththe numberedbuttons . " ERN'T USE " isdisplayedwhenyou try to selecta track . • If thetotalplayingtimeof theprogramexceeds99 minutes and 59seconds , or if atrackwithatracknumberexceeding 30 is programmed , the playing time is displayed as . : • You cannot program more than 30 tracks . " FULL " is displayed . 9
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RADIO OPERATIONS Tuningin preset stations 1 Select the band . Press PRESET + , - - on the remote control repeatedly . With each press , the station with the succeeding or precedingpresetnumberistunedin . You can tune in the desired presetstation directly by pressingthe numberedbuttonson the remotecontrol . - Toselectpresetnumber11 , press + 10 and1 . - Toselectpresetnumber15 , press + 10 and5 . Toclear a preset station 1 Tunein the stationby presettuning , 2 Press II , then pressSETon the remotecontrol within 6 seconds . Manual tuning Preset tuning Presetstationnumbersinthe bandwhich arehigherthan 7 Press TUNER / AUX / BAND ( TUNEPJBAND on the Presetup to 32 of your favoufitestationsand tune themin theclearednumberdecreaseby one . remote control ) repeatedly to select a band . directly . 2 Press _ or _ repeatedly to tune in a station . Presetting stations " TUNE " isdisplayedwhena stationistunedin . 1 Tune in the desired station . " II _ DII " isdisplayedfor FMstereoreception . 2 Press SET on the remote control to store the To search for a station automatically ( Auto search ) station . Holddown _ or I _ I _ . The presetnumber , beginning from " 1 " flasheson the Theunit searchesfora stationand stopsat reception . display . Tostop thesearchmanually , press _ or I _ . 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to preset other stations . • Autosearchmaynot stopat stationswithweaksignals . Thenextstationwill not be storedif a total of 32 preset stationshavealreadybeenstored . ( " FULL " isdisplayed . ) • If poweris interruptedformorethanapproximately12hours , all settingsstoredinmemoryafterpurchaseneedto bereset . 10
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SOUND ADJUSTMENTS Adjustments : ! ! ! ! ji ! i ! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii Toswitch to monaural FM reception Hold down SHIFTand pressTUNERMODEon the remote controlso that " MONO " isdisplayed . Tocancel , repeattheabovesothat " STEREO " isdisplayed . Tip : WhenFM stereoreception is poor , switching to monaural reducesnoise . iiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! i Toswitch the AM tuning interval Thedefaultsettingof theAMtuningintervalis 10kHz / step . If you usethis unit in an areawherethe frequencyallocation systemis9 kHz / step , changethe tuninginterval . HolddownTUNER / AUX / BANaDndpressPOWERon themain unit . Volume Bassand treble _ lp : Turn VOLUME ( press VOLUME 4 - , - - on the remote Whenthe AM tuning intervalis changed , all presetstations 1 Press TONErepeatedly to display " BRS " or'TRE " . control ) . arecleared . " BFIS " : Adjuststhe basslevel Adjustfrom 0 ( minimum ) to 30and MAX ( maximum ) . " TRE " : Adjuststhetreble level Tip : 2 Within 6 seconds , turn VOLUME ( press VOLUME Volumelevelsettingis retainedduring power - offstandby . If " Jr - , - - on the remote control ) . theunit isturned off withthe volumesetto 17or higher , it is Eachlevelcanbeadjustedfrom " - 2 " to " + 5 " . automaticallyturneddownto 16thenexttimetheunitisturned on , • If the soundbecomesdistorted , lowerthe level . 11
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TAPE PLAYBACK • Use of 120 - minute or longertapesis not recommended since they are extremely thin and easily deformed or damaged . • Wind up anyslack in thetape witha pencilor similartool beforeuse . Slacktapemayjam inthe mechanism . To stop playback Playback Press • . UseonlytypeI ( normal ) tapes . To rewind or fast forward 1 Press • PUSH EJECTto open the cassette holder . Press _ or I _ 1 _ - . Insert the tape . To reset the tape counter Insertwiththeexposedsidedownandthesideto beplayed Press • in stopmode , andthetapecounteron thedisplay is facing out from the unit , and press APUSH EJECTto resetto " OOOO " . closethe cassetteholder . Openingand closing the cassetteholder will also resetthe tapecounter . To eject the tape Press _ PUSH EJECTafterthe deckstopscompletely . 3 Press I _ to start play . 12
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TAPE RECORDING To start CDrecording more easily To record a 4 - second blank space ( only for TUNER Basicrecording or AUX source ) Insert the tape to be recorded , load the disc , and press Useonly typeI ( normal ) tapes . SYNCHROREC . Regardlessof thefunctioncurrentlyselected , Inserting 4 - secondblank spacesmay help you locate the CDplayandtaperecordingstart simultaneously . beginningof the track on other equipmentwith the " Music 1 Press - - PUSH EJECTto open the cassette holder . Sensor " function . • In CDstop mode , taperecordingstartsfrom thebeginning Insert the recording tape . of thedisc ( all tracksrecording ) . 1 PressI _ duringrecordingor in recordingpausemode . Insert with the exposedside down , andthe side to be When CD playback stops , tape recording stops " FLEE MUTE " flasheson the display for 4 seconds ( a recordedon facing out from the unit . Press _ PUSH simultaneously . blankspace is added ) andthen the unit entersrecording EJECTto closethecassetteholder . • In CDplaybackmode , the unitreturnsto the beginningof pausemode . the current trackand it recordsonly that track ( one track 3 PressFUNCTIONontheremotecontrol to select 2 PressREC / RECPAUSEto resumerecording . recording ) . the sourceto berecorded . • RECMUTEon theremotecontrol isalso availableto add a Theunitcontinuesplaybacktill the endof thedisc . Tostop blankspacein step1 . Prepare the source . playback , pressII . TorecordCD , loada disc . Tostoprecording Torecorda radiobroadcast , tune in thedesiredstation . Torecorda blankspaceshorterthan4 seconds , pressagain Pressm . while " FLEE MUTE " flashes . Torecordfrom connectedexternael quipment , preparethe Torecorda blank spacelongerthan 4 seconds , pressagain equipment . Topauserecording ( onlyfor TUNERorAUXsource ) aftertheunit entersrecordingpausemode . PressREC / REPCAUSEP . ressagainto resume . 5 Press REC / RECPAUSE twice to start recording . Eachtimethe button is pressed , a 4 - secondblankspaceis Whenrecordinga CD , CDplaybackstartsautomatically . To record a selected set of tracks from a CD added . When recording input from connected equipment , Programthedesiredtracks ( see " Programmedplay " on page To erase a tape manuallystartplaybackof the source . 9 ) andthenpressSYNCHROREC . 1 Insertthe tape . Setthe tapeto thedesiredpoint if needed . Ontheremotecontrol holddown SHIFTandpressREC / 2 Selectthe AUXfunction . RECPAUSEtwiceto startrecording . If optionalequipmentisconnectedto theAUXINjacks , turn • Volumeor toneadjustment ( s ) doesnot affectrecording . it off . 3 PressREC / RECPAUSEtwice . 13
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Programmed Edit Recording AsyouprogramtheCDtracksto record , ProgrammeEddit Recordindgisplaytsheremaininrgecordintgimeforeachside of thetape , soyoucaneasilyselecta setof desiredtracks withinthelengthofyourtape . • Recordincgannosttartfromapointhalfwayinthetape . • Youcannoptrogrammorethan30tracks . • Youcannoptrograma trackwitha tracknumbelrargetrhan 30 . 1 Insertthe recordingtape . 2 PressFUNCTIONonthe remotecontrolto select the CDfunction , andloadthe disc . Hold down SHIFTand press CD EDIT / CHECK 4 Press the numbered buttons on the remote twice on the remotecontrol in stop mode . Edited CD recording control to enter the length of the recording tape . " PRGE - - OO " is displayed . AI Edit Recording 10to 99 minutescanbespecified . Press the numbered buttons on the remote Preparation - Fora 60 - minutetape press6 and0 . 4 controlto enterthe length of the recordingtape . In a few seconds , the unit determinesthe tracks to be Preparaetapethatis longetrhantheCDlength . recordedfor eachside . 10to99minutescanbespecified . WhenrecordinagwholeCDA , IEditRecordintagkesthelength - Fora60 - minutetapepress6and0 . Therecordingtime Idt forside A appearson thedisplay . ofyourtapeintoaccounatndrearrangethserecordinogrdeor f • _ or I _ canalsobeusedtospecifytapelength . • _ or I _ canalso beusedto spedfytape length . thetracksif necessarsyo , thatnotrackiscutshortat theend of theside . 5 Press REC / RECPAUSE once . 5 Press the numbered buttons on the remote Thetape is rewoundto the beginningof side A . " REE controlto selectthefirst trackto berecordedon ( , 41A : rtificiaIlntelligence ) MUTE " flasheson the display andthe leadsegmentis • Recordincgannosttartfromapointhalfwayinthetape . sideA . playedthroughfor 10 seconds , andrecordingstarts . • AIEditRecordincgannobt eusedwithdiscscontaininmgore - Toselectthe25thtrackp , ress + 10 , + 10and5 . than30 tracks . Goto thenextstepwhenrecordingon sideA finishes . - Toselectthe11thtrackp , ress + 10and1 . Onthe remotecontrol , holddownSHIFTand pressREC / 1 Insertthe recordingtape . Repeatstep 5 to selectthe rest of the tracksfor RECPAUSEto startrecording . 6 2 PressFUNCTIONonthe remotecontrolto select sideA . 6 Hold down SHIFT and press CD EDIT / CHECK the CDfunction , andloadthe disc . TheremaininrgecordingtimeofsideAis displayedY . ou once . cannostelecat trackwithalongerplayingtime . 3 Holddown SHIFTandpressCD EDIT / CHECKon Therecordingtime Idt forside B appearson thedisplay . the remotecontrol in stop mode . HolddownSHIFTandpressCDEDIT / CHECoKncee 7 Turn over the tape and press REC / REC PAUSE 7 " RI E - - OO " isdisplayed . to switch to side B and selectthe tracks for th once . side . Recordingon side B startsinthe samewayasside A . 14
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8 HolddownSHIFTandpressCDEDIT / CHECoKnce Tostoprecording to switch backto side A . Press • . RecordinagndCDplaybacsktopsimultaneously . Breakoff theplastictabof thecassettetapewitha screwdriver or other pointedtool . Torecordon thetapeagain , coverthe Press REC / REC PAUSE once . To checkthe program detectionslot with adhesivetape . Thetape is rewoundto the beginningof side A . " REC 1Before recording , hold down SHIFT and press CD EDIT / CHECKon the remotecontrol to selectside A or MUTE " flasheson the displayand the leadsegmentis B . playedthroughfor 10 seconds , and recordingstarts . Goto the nextstepwhenrecordingon side Afinishes . 2 Press _ or _ repeatedly . Thetrack numberand programnumberaredisplayedin succession . Ontheremotecontrol holddown SHIFTandpressREC / SideA _ e A RECPAUSEto start recording . To changethe program of each side Holddown SHIFTandpressCDEDIT / CHECKon theremote 10HolddownSHIFTandpressCDEDIT / CHECoKnce to switchto side B . controlto selectsideAorB , andpress • to cleartheprogram forthe selectedside . Then , selecttracksagain . 11 Turn over the tape and press REC / REC PAUSE once . To clear the edit program Press • twice . Recordingon side Bstartsin thesamewayasside A . 15
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TIMER OPERATIONS Press _ or _ to set the timer - activated duration , then press SET . With eachpress , the timer - activateddurationchangesin 5 - minutesteps between5 to 240 minutes . 6 Press _ or _ to adjust the volume for timer playback , and press SET . Thevolumelevelcanbeadjustedfrom 0 to 16 . Prepare the source . _ , loadadisc . Toplay a tape , insertthetape . Toplaythe radio , selectthe bandandtune in thedesired station . Toplayexternael quipmentconnectedtotheAUXINiacks , setanexternatlimerfortheequipmentsothat its playback beginsatthe sametime . Sleep timer Timerplayback 8 Press POWER € STANDBY / ON ( POWER ) to turn Turnsoff the unitautomati : allyafter a spedfiedtime . Turnson the unitat a specifiedtimeforthe specifiedduration . the unit off . Makesuretheclockissetcorrectly . 1 Hold down SHIFTand press SLEEPon the remote " _ " remainsonthe displayto indicatethe timerstandby control . 1 HolddownSHIFTandpressTIMERontheremote mode . " _ ) " and " SLP " isdisplayed . control repeatedlyso that " Q " and " Q PLFIY " is Attimer - ontime , theunitturns on andplaysthe selected displayed . source . After the specifiedtimer - activatedduration , the Within 6 seconds , press _ or _ repeatedly unitturns off again . 2 to set the sleep timer duration . Within 6 seconds , press SET . With eachpress , thetimer durationchangesin 5 - minute • Tostoptimer settingin steps3 to 6 , pressI1 . 3 Press _ or _ to set the timer - on time , and stepsbetween5 to 240minutes.If thereis nobuttoninput Timerstandbymodeis alsocanceled . press SET . for6 seconds , thecurrentsettingisenteredautomatically . • Timerplaybackwill not beginunlessthe unit isturned off Eachpresschangesthe timein 1 - minutesteps . Theunitturns off aftertheselectedtime . first . Holdingthesebuttonsdownwill varythetimein10 - minute • Connectedequipmentcannotbeturnedonoroff bythebuilt - units . To check the remaining time until the unit turns off in timer of this unit . Usean externaltimer . Hold down SHIFTand pressSLEEPon the remotecontrol . Press _ or _ to select the source , and press Theremainingtimeis displayedfor 6 seconds . SET . To cancel the sleep timer • Fortimer play of a CD , select " ED " . Hold down SHIFTand pressSLEEPon the remotecontrol • Fortimer play of a tape , select " TP " . repeatedlyso that " SLP OFF " is displayed . • For timer playof a radio broadcast , select " TU " . You will selectthe bandlaterin step7 . • For timerplay of the equipmentconnectedto theAUX INjacks , select " FLUX " . 16
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8 Insert the recording tape and then turn the unit To checkthe timer setting Timerrecording off . Hold down SHIFTand pressTIMERon the remotecontrol Timerrecordingisavailableonlyfor TUNERandAUX ( with an " C ) REC " remainson the displayto indicatethe timer repeatedlysothat " _ PLRY " or " _ REC " appearson the externaltimer ) sources . standbymode . display . Attimer - ontime , theunitturnsonandrecordstheselected Thetimer - ontime , thesourceandthetimer - activatedduration 1 HolddownSHIFTandpressTIMERonthe remote source . Afterthe specifiedtimer - activatedduration , the aredisplayedfor 6 seconds . control repeatedlysothat " Q REE " is displayed . unit turnsoff again . 2 To changethe timer setting Within 6 seconds , pressSET . • Tostoptimersetting in steps3 to 6 , pressm . Resetthetimer again . 3 Press _ or _ to set the timer - on time , and Timerstandbymodeisalso canceled . To cancel the timer • Connectedequipmenctannotbeturnedon oroffbythebuilt - press SET . in timerof this unit . Usean externaltimer . Hold down SHIFTand pressTIMERon the remotecontrol Eachpresschangesthe timein 1 - minutesteps . repeatedly until " C ) OFF " is displayed . " C ) " or Holdingthesebuttonsdownwill varythetimein 10 - minute When setting the timer on the unit " _ REC " disappearsfrom thedisplay . units . Holddown • and press _ instop mode . Tip : Repeattheaboveto selecttimerplayback , timer recordingor Press _ or _ to select the source , and press Your timer settingis retainedevenif the timer is canceled . timeroff mode , and useTONEinsteadof SETon the remote SET . Nexttimethetimer isactivatedy , oucanchangeyour previous control in thefollowing steps . • Fortimer recordingof a radio broadcast , select " TU " . setting , orsimply usethe samesetting again . Youwill selectthe bandlaterin step7 . • Fortimer recordingof the equipmentconnectedto the AUXINjacks , select " RUX " . Press _ or _ to set the timer - activated duration , then press SET . With eachpress , thetimer - activateddurationchangesin 5 - minutestepsbetween5 to 240 minutes . Press _ or _ to adjustthevolumefor timer recording , and press SET . Thevolumelevelcanbeadjustefdrom0to16 . Prepare the source . Torecordtheradio , selectthebandandtuneinthedesired station . To recordexternalequipmentconnectedto the AUX IN _ , setan externaltimer forthe equipmentso that its playbackbeginsat thesametime . 17
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REFERENCE Condensation Careandmaintenance Troubleshooting Moisture mayform on the CDpickuplenswhen : Occasionaclareandmaintenanceof theunit andthesoftware Ifyour unitfailsto performproperly , checkthefollowingguide • Theunit is movedfrom a cold spotto a warmspot areneededto optimizetheperformanceofyour unit . and therelevantsectionsof theOperatingInstructions . • Theheatingsystemhasjust beenturnedon • Theunit is usedin a very humidroom To clean the cabinet There is no sound • Theunit is cooledbyan air conditioner Usea soft and dry cloth . If the unit surfacesare extremely • Arethe speakersandAC powercord connectedproperly ? Whenthis unit hascondensationinside , it maynot function dirty , usea soft cloth lightly moistenedwith mild detergent The unit shut off suddenly normally . Shouldthis occur , leavethe unit for a few hours , solution . Do not usestrongsolventssuchasalcohol , benzine • Possiblyashortcircuitinthespeakerterminals . Disconnect thentry to operateagain . or thinner . the AC powercord from the AC outletand reconnectthe To clean the tape heads speakercordscorrectly . Dirtytape headscausesound deterioration . After every10 Erroneous display hours of use , clean the tape headswith a headcleaning • Resetthe unit . ( See " Resettingthe unit " on this page . ) cassette . Referto the instructionsof the cleaningcassette . Poor radio reception To demagnetize the tape heads • Checkantennaconnection . Adjustthe antennato find the Usea demagnetizingcassetteafterevery20 to 30 hoursof bestreception . use . Referto the instructionsof thedemagnetizingcassette . • Move the unit and antenna away from other electric Care of CDs appliancesandcords . Whena CD becomesdirty , wipeit from the centreout with a Poortapesound cleaningcloth . After playinga CD , storeit in its case . Do not • CheckfordirtyheadsC . leanthemif needed . keepit in hot or humidplaces . Cannotrecord Care of tapes • Is the erasurepreventiontab of thetapebrokenoff ? If so , Storetapesin their casesafter use . Do not leavetapesnear coverthedetectionslot withadhesivetape . magnets , motors , televisionsets , oranysourceof magnetism . Donot exposetapesto directsunlight , or leavethem ina car The CD player works poorly parkedin directsunlight . • Isthe disc correctlyloaded ? • Isthe disc dirty ? • Is the lens affected by condensation ? If so , wait approximatelyonehour andtry again . Resetting the unit If an unusualcondition occursin the display windowor the cassettedeck , resetthe unitasfollows : I PressPOWERto turnoff the power . If the powercannot beturnedoff , disconnectthe ACpower cord , then plugit in again . 2 Holddown • and pressPOWERon the mainunit . Everythingstoredin memoryafterpurchaseis cleared . 18
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GENERAL COPYRIGHT Specifications Power requirements 120 V AC , 60 Hz Checkcopyrightlawsrelevantto recordingsfromdiscs , radio MAIN UNIT CX - LEM20 Power consumption 26 W ortapefor thecountrywheretheunit isto beused . TUNER Dimensions ( W x Hx D ) 163 x 230 x 215,7 mm 87.5 MHzto 108 MHz ( 6 V ? x 9 / 8 x 8 _ / 2in , ) FM turfing range 13.2 dBf FM usable sensitivity ( IHF ) Weight 2,7 kg ( 5 Ibs 15 oz ) FM antennaterminal 75 ohms ( unbalanced ) AM tuning range 530 kHzto 1710 kHz ( 10 kHz step ) SPEAKERSYSTEM SX - LEM20 531 kHzto 1602 kHz ( 9 kHzstep ) Speakerssystem 1 way , bass reflex ( magnetic AMusablesensitivity 350 pV / m shielded ) AMantenna Loop antenna Speakeurnits Fullrange : 100mmcone Impedance 6 ohms AMPLIFIER Dimension ( sWx Hx D ) 140x 230x 195mm 8 W + 6 W ( 40 Hz - 20 kHz , THD Poweroutput ( 55 / sx 9 / s x 7 s / 4in , ) less than 1 % , 8 ohms ) Weight 1.8kg ( 3 Ibs15oz ) 7.5 W + 7.5 W ( 1 kHz , THD 10 % , 6 ohms ) Specificationsandexternalappearancearesubjectto change Totalharmonic distortion 0,1 % ( 3 W , 1 kHz , 6 ohms , DiN withoutnotice . AUDIO ) AUX IN : 500 mV input SPEAKERS : 6 ohms or more Outputs PHONES : 32 ohms or more CASSETTE DECK Trackformat 4 tracks , 2 channelsstereo 50Hz - 10000Hz Frequencyresponse ACbias Recordingsystem Heads Recording / playbaxck1 , erasex 1 CD PLAYER Laser Semiconductolarser ( X - 780nm ) D / A converter 1 bit dual 80dB ( 1kHz , 0 dB ) Signal - tomoise ratio Wowand flutter Unmeasurable 19
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NOTE CAUTION REMAROUE TO PREVENTELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS Thisequipmenthasbeentestedandfoundto complywiththe Cet appareil a ereteste etjuge conformeaux limites des ( POLARIZED ) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD , limits for a Class Bdigital device , pursuantto Part 15 of the appareilsnumeriquesdeClasseB , conformementa la Partie RECEPTACLOEROTHEROUTLETUNLESSTHEBLADESCAN FCCRules . Theselimits aredesignedto providereasonable 15 desReglesFCC . Ces limites sont concuespour fournir BEFULLYINSERTETDOPREVENTBLADEEXPOSURE . protection against harmful interference in a residential une protectionraisonnablecontreles interferencesndastes installation . dansuneinstallationresidentielle . This Class B digital apparatuscomplies with Canadian This equipment generates , uses , and can radiate radio Cetappareilproduit , utilise et peut rayonneruneenergiede ICES - 003 . frequencyenergyand , if notinstalledandusedinaccordance frequence radio et , s'il n'est pas installe et utilise withtheinstructions , maycauseharmfulinterferenceto radio conformement aux instructions , peut provoquer des OnlyforCmodels . communications . However , there is no guarantee that interferencesgenantespour les communicationsradio . Mais interferencewill not occurin a particularinstallation . If this rien ne garantitqu'unetelle interferencene se produirapas equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or dansune installationparticuliere . Si cetappareilproduitdes ATTENTION televisionreception , whichcanbe determinedbyturning the interferencesgenantespour lareceptionradiooudetelevision , POUR PREVENIRLES CHOCS ELECTRIQUESNE PAS equipmentoff andon , theuserisencouragedto try to correct cequi peutsedetermineren allumantet eteignantI'appareil , UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN theinterferenceby oneor moreof thefollowingmeasures : il estrecommandea I'utilisateurd'essayerde corriger cette PROLONGATEUURN , EPRISEDECOURANTOUUNEAUTRE - Reorientor relocatethereceivingantenna . interferenceen appliquant une ou plusieurs des mesures SORTIEDECOURANTS , AUFSI LESLAMESPEUVENTETRE suivantes : - Increasetheseparationbetweentheequipmentandreceiver . INSEREESA FONDSANSEN LAISSERAUCUNEPARTIEA DECOUVERT . - Connectthe equipmentinto an outleton circuit different - Reorientationou deplacemendt e I'antennereceptrice . from that to whichthe receiverisconnected . - Eloignementde I'appareildu recepteur . - Consult the dealeror an experiencedradio / TVtechnician - Raccordemendte I'appareila uneprised'un circuitdifferent CetappareilnumeriquedelaclasseBestconformea lanorme NMB - 003du Canada . for help . de celui du recepteur . - Consultezle revendeurou un technicien radio / television CAUTION Pour lesmodelesC uniquement . experimente . Modificationsor adjustmentsto this product , which arenot PRECAUTION expresslyapprovedbythe manufacturerm , ayvoid the user's right orauthorityto operatethis product . Les modifications ou ajustements de ce produit , non expressemenatpprouvesparlefabricant , peuventinvaliderle droit ou I'autoritedeI'utilisateura utiliserce produit . AIWA CO . , LTD . Printed in China
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