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JVC COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM MX , , G T90 _ consistsofCA - MXGT9a0ndSP - MXGT90 . MX'G T80 - ConsistsofCA - MXGT80andSP - MXGT80 . MXmG 70 - - Consists of CA - MXG70 and SP - MXG70 . SP - MXGT90 CA - MXGT90 SP - MXGT90 ! DIGITAL AUDIO SP - MXGT80 CA - MXGT80 SP - MXGT80 DIGITAL AUDIO DIGITAL AUDIO SP - MXG70 CA - MXG70 SP - MXG70 INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use : Enter " below the Model No . and Serial No . which are located either on the rear , bottom or side of the cabinet . Retain this information for future reference . Model No . Serial No . GVT0052 - 001A [ J ]
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Warnings , Cautions and Others Mises en garde , precautions et indications diverses WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE . CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK ) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL CAUTION The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol , To reduce the risk of electdcal shocks , fire , etc . : within an equilateral tdangle is intended to 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . alert the user to the presence of uninsulated " dangerous voltage " within the product's 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric ATTENTION shock to persons . Afin d ' 6viter tout risque d ' _ lectrocution , d'incendie , etc . : The exclamation point within an equilateral 1 . Ne pas enlever les vis ni Ies panneaux et ne pas ouvrir triangle is intended to alert the user to the le coffret de I'appareil . presence of important operating and 2 . Ne pas exposer I'appareil a Ia pluie ni a I'humidit & maintenance ( servicing ) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance , For U . S . A . Caution - STANDBY / ON Oil button ! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power offcompletely . for a Class B digital device , pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules . The STANDBY / ON ( 511 button in any position does not These timits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation . disconnect the mains line . The power can be remote controlled . This equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions , may cause harmful interference to radio Attention - - Commutateur STANDBY / ON ( . _ / I buttont communications . However , there is no guarantee that interference D6connecter Ia fiche de secteur pour couper completement will not occur in a particular insta ] lafion . If this equipment does cause Ie courant . Le commutateur STANDBY / ON ( b / I ne coupe harmful interference to radio or television reception , which can be jamais completement la ligne de secteur , quelle que soit sa determined by turning the equipment off and on , the user is position . Le courant peut 6tre t _ 16command & encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver . Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected . Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . 1 . CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2 . DANGER : Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated . Avoid direct exposure to beam . 3 . CAUTION : Do not open the top cover . There are no user serviceable parts inside the Unit ; leave all servicing to For Canada / pour le Canada qualified service personnel . CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK , MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT , FULLY INSERT . 1 . PRODUIT LASER CLASSE 1 ATTENTION : POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES , 2 . ATTENTION : Radiation laser invisible quand I'appareil est INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS ouvert ou que le verrouillage est en panne ou d _ sactiv & LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER Eviter une exposition directe au rayon . JUSQUAU FOND . 3 . ATTENTION : Ne pas ouvrir le couvercle du dessus . I1n'y a aucune piece utilisable a I'int _ rieur . Laisser a un personnel qualifi6 le soin de r6parer votre appareil . For Canada / pour le Canada THiS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMiSSiONS FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS AS SET OUT IN THE INTERFERENCE - CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD ENTITLED " DIGITAL APPARATUS , " ICES - gO3 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS . CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE RESPECTE LES LIMITES DE BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMIRIQUES DE CLASSE B PRESCRITES DANS LA NORME SUR LE MATERIEL BROUILLEUR : " APPAREILS NUMERIQUES " , NMB - O03 EDICTEE PAR LE MINISTRE DES COMMUNICATIONS . - G - 1 -
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t Instructions for safe use ( Statement in accordance with the UL standards ) 1 ) Read Instructions - - Read carefully this instructions for 11 ) Outdoor Antenna Grounding - - If this appliance is your safe use before this appliance is installed , wire - provided with means to connect the outdoor antenna connected , and operated . and outside antenna is connected to this appliance , be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide 2 ) Retain Instructions - - For your future reference , retain some protection against voltage surges and built - up this instruction . static charges . Article 810 of the National Electrical Code , ANSI / NFPA 70 , provides information with regard 3 ) Follow Instructions - - Follow and obey all warnings , to proper grounding of the mast and supporting cautions and instructions marked on this appliance and structure , grounding of the lead - in wire to an antenna - this instruction . discharge unit , size of grounding conductors , location of antenna - discharge unit , connection to grounding 4 ) Water and Moisture - - Do not expose this appliance to electrodes , and requirements for the grounding rain , water and moisture , or operate it near water - - for electrode . Example of antenna grounding is illustrated in here . example near a bathtub , wash bowl , kitchen sink , laundry tub , in a wet basement or near a swimming pool , EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER and the like . " _ JATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE 5 ) Ventilation and Heat - - This appliance should be situated so that its location does not interfere with its proper ventilation . For example , this appliance should not be situated on a bed , sofa , rug , or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings ; or , placed in a built - in installation , such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings . This appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators , heat registers , stoves , or other appliances ( including amplifiers ) that produce heat . 6 ) Power sources - - This appliance should be connected to a power supply only of the type as marked on this appliance . 12 ) Nonuse Periods - - The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused 7 ) Polarization - - The precautions that should be taken so for a long period of time . that the polarization means of this appliance is not defeated . 13 ) Object and Liquid Entry - - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the 8 ) Power Cord Protection - - Power supply cords should be enclosure through openings . routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them , paying 14 ) Damage Requiring Service - - The appliance should be particular attention to cords at plugs , convenience serviced by qualified service personnel when : ( a ) The receptacles , and the point where they exit from the power - supply cord or the plug has been damaged ; or ( b ) appliance . Objects have fallen , or liquid has been spilled into the appliance ; or ( c ) The appliance has been exposed to 9 ) Cleaning - - The appliance should be cleaned only as rain ; or ( d ) The appliance does not appear to operate recommended by the manufacturer . normally or exhibits a marked change in performance ; or ( e ) The appliance has been dropped , or the enclosure 10 ) Power Lines - - An outdoor antenna should be located damaged . away from power lines . 15 ) Servicing - - The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond that described in the operating instructions . All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel . - G - 2 -
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Introduction We would like to thank you for purchasing one of our JVC products . Before operating this unit , read this manual carefully and thoroughly to obtain the best possible performance from your unit , and retain this manual for future reference . Power sources AboutThisManual • When unplugging from the wall outlet , always pull the This manual is organized as follows : plug , not the AC power cord . • The manual mainly explains operations using the , _ DO NOT handle the AC power cord with wet hands . buttons and controls on the unit . You can also use the buttons on the remote control if they have the same or similar names ( or marks ) as those on the unit . Moisturecondensation If operation using the remote control is different from Moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit in the that using the unit , it is then explained . • Basic and common information that is the same for many following cases : functions is grouped in one place , and is not repeated in • After starting heating in the room • in a damp room each procedure . For instance , we do not repeat the information about turning on / off the unit , setting the • if the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm place volume , changing the sound effects , and others , which are Should this occur , the unit may malfunction . In this case , leave the unit turned on for a few hours until the moisture explained in the section " Common Operations " on pages 9 to 11 . evaporates , unplug the AC power cord , and then plug it in • The following marks are used in this manual : again , Gives you warnings and cautions to prevent Others from damage or risk of fire / electric shock , Also gives you information which is not good • Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the unit , for obtaining the best possible performance unplug the unit and consult your dealer before operating from the unit . any further . • if you are not going to operate the unit for an extended Gi _ es you information and hints you had better period of time , unplug the AC power cord from the wall know . outlet , DO NOT disassemble the unit since there are no user serviceable parts inside . Precautions If anything goes wrong , unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer . Installation • Install in a place which is level , dry and neither too hot nor too cold between 5 ° C ( 41 ° F ) and 35 ° C ( 95 ° F ) , • Install the unit in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent inlernal heat built - up in the unit , • Leave sufficient distance between the unit and the TV . • Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid interference with TV , sDoOurcNeOsT , oinrsitnalla tphlaecuenistuibnjeactloctoatidoinrecnt esaurnhliegahtt , excessive dust or vibration . I - 1 -
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i 7 Contents % Location of the Buttons and Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Supplied Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Putting the Batleries into the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Connecling Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Connecling Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Connecling Other Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Canceling the display demonstration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Common Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Turning On or Offthe Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Selting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Selecling the Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Reinforcing the Bass Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Selecting the Sound Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Creating Your Own Sound Mode Manual Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 12 Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuning in a Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Presetting Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Tuning in a Preset Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Playing Back CDs ( CD / CD - R / CD - RW ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Loading CDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Playing Back the Entire Discs Continuous Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Basic CD Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Programming the Playing Order of the Tracks Program Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Playing at Random Random Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Repeating Tracks or CDs Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Prohibiling Disc Ejection Tray Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Playing Back Tapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Playing Back a Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Locating the Beginning of a Song Music Scan , , , 17 Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Recording a Tape on Deck B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Dubbing Tapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 CD Direct Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Aulo Edit Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Using the Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Using Daily Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Using Recording Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Using Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Timer Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 2
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Locationof the Buttonsand Controls Become familiar with the buttons and controls on your unit , FrontPanel FrontPanel f f _ 3 ' CD CD . R / RW pLAyBACK < : _ AUmR _ ' RSE [ : > < : ] Au'm _ WRSe _ > J I I - 3 -
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Continued DisplayWindow % % See pages in the parentheses for details , FrontPanel Disc trays SOUND MODE control ( 10 ) STANDBY7ON OIl bulton and STANDBY lamp SUBWOOFER LEVEL + / control ( 10 ) ( 9 , 22 , 23 ) TUNING + / bultons ( 12 ) Remote sensor - ql _ / _ ( fast lefl / Past right ) buttons ( 11 , 14 , 17 ) PRESET + / control ( 12 ) VOLUME + / control ( 10 ) / _ ( reverse search / forward search ) control 2 _ • ( stop ) button ( 14 20 , 23 ) ( 9,11,14 16 , 20 23 ) Tape operalion bultons Display window • TAPE A / B button ( 17 ) TAPE 4 ) , - button and lamp ( 9 , 17 19 ) • REVERSE MODE button ( 17 , 19 , 20 ) Pressing this button also turns on tile unit . • REC START / STOP bulton ( 18 20 , 23 ) CD _ - / 1 ! ( play / pause ) button and lamp ( 9 , 14 16 , 20 ) DUBBING button ( 19 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit . Deck B cassette holder ( 17 20 , 23 ) FM / AM butlon and lamp ( 9 , 12 ) EJECT _ button for deck B ( 17 , 18 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit . AUX button and lamp ( 9 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit . DisplayWindow CD play mode bultons 112JTimer indicators • REPEAT button ( 16 ) • _ ( Timer ) , DAILY ( Daily Timer ) , REC ( Recording • PROGRAM bulton ( 15 ) Timer ) , and SLEEP ( Sleeping Timer ) indicators • RANDOM bulton ( 16 ) Tape operalion indicators CLOCK / TIMER bulton ( 9,21 24 ) • A / B ( operaling deck ) , _ ( recording ) , 4 _ ( tape @ PHONES jack ( 10 ) direction ) , and ( _ _ ' _ ( reverse mode ) indicators CD REC START bulton ( 19 , 20 ) [ 3J CD track number ( 1 16 ) indicators EDIT button ( 20 ) 4 [ _ Tuner operalion indicators Deck A cassetle holder ( 17 ) • MONO and ST ( stereo ) indicators A EJECT button for deck A ( 17 ) Disc indicators Disc number butlons and lamps ( CDI , CD2 , and CD3 ) SOUND MODE indicator ( 14 , 15 , 19 , 20 ) [ 2J CD play mode indicators Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the unit . • REPEAT ( ALL / I / DISC ) , PRGM ( program ) , and SET / DISPLAY button ( 9 , 11 , 12 , 15,20 24 ) RANDOM indicators _ ( Disc tray open / close ) ( CDI , CD2 , and CD3 ) buttons [ sJ SUBWOOFER LEVEL indicator ( 13 , 14 , 16 ) [ gJ Main display Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the unit . • Shows the source name , frequency , etc , CANCEL / DEMO button ( 8 , 9 , 16 , 20 24 ) l _ J Audio level indicator - 4 -
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RemoteControl RemoteControl Disc number buttons ( CDI , CD2 , and CD3 ) ( 14 , 15 ) f Pressing one ojtbese buttons also turns on the unit , Number buttons ( 12 , 14 , 15 ) [ 3J _ 4 ( reverse search ) button ( 12 , 14 , 15 , 17 ) • ( stop ) button ( 14 18 , 20 , 23 ) REC START / STOP bulton ( 18 20 ) SOUND MODE button ( 10 ) [ ZJ FADE MUTING button ( 10 ) [ sJ STANDBY / ON ( _ / I bulton ( 9 ) _ J SLEEP button ( 24 ) l _ J AUX bulton ( 9 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit , l _ J FM / AM bulton ( 9 , 12 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit , 1 _ FM MODE button ( 12 ) 1 _ CD _ / 11 bulton ( 9 , 14 16 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit , [ ] _ ( forward search ) button ( 12 , 14 17 ) TAPE _ I _ button ( 9 , 17 , 18 ) Pressing this button also turns on the unit , 1 _ TAPE A / B bulton ( 17 ) 1 _ SUBWOOFER LEVEL + / buttons ( 10 ) 1 _ VOLUME + / bultons ( 10 ) JVn When using the remote control , point it at the remote sensor on the front panel . - 5 -
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GettingStarted onnnut , " e - d - = SuppliedAccessories ConnectingAntennas FMantenna Make sure that you have all the following items . The number in the parentheses indicates the quantity of the pieces supplied . • AM loop antenna ( 1 ) • FM antenna ( 1 ) • Remote control ( 1 ) • Batteries ( 2 ) If anything is missing , consult your dealer immediately . Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control I Attach the FM antenna to the FM 75 _ 2 Insert the batteries R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( I 5F ) into the remote control , by matching the polarity ( + and ) on the COAXIAL terminal . batteries with the + and markings on the battery compartment . 2 Extend the FM antenna . When the remote control can no longer operate the unit , replace both batteries at the same time . 3 Fasten it up in the position which gives you the best reception , then fix it on the wall , etc . _ About the supplied FM antenna The FM antenna supplied with this unit can be used as temporary measure . If reception is poor , you can connect an outdoor FM antenna . To connect an outdoor FMantenna 2 _ SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) Before connecting it , disconnect the supplied FM antenna , o _ _ ' _ J Outdoor FM antenna ( not supplied ) C + 3 • DO NOT use an old battery together with a new one . • DO NOT use different types of batteries together . • DO NOT expose batteries to heat or flame . • DO NOT leave the batteries in the battery A 75 g _ antenna with coaxial type connector should be compartment when you are not going to use used . the remote control for an extended period of time , Otherwise , it will be damaged from battery leakage . - 6 -
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AM antenna ConnectingSpeakers For MX - GT90 and MX - GT80 : DO NOT carry the speaker by holding the duct tube ( on the top of the speaker ) , f _ d wire IANTENNA _ ( not supplied ) 3 2 Speaker cords Speaker cords ( red / black ) ( red / black ) \ x \ \ 2 Blacl _ AM loop ( supplied ) Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM Blue LOOP terminals as illustrated . • If the AM loop antenna wire is co \ , ered with vinyl , remove the vinyl by twisting Speaker cords it as shown in the diagram . ( blue / black ) 2 Turn the AM loop antenna until you have the best reception . From front From front right speaker left speaker TOconnectan outdoorAM antenna From left From right When reception is poor , connect a single vinyl - covered wire subwoofer subwoofer to the AM EXT terminal and extend it horizontally . ( The AM hoop antenna must remain connected . ) _ For better reception of both FM and AM • Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals and connecting cords . • Keep the antennas away fi - om metallic parts of the unit , connecting cords , and the AC power cord . - 7 -
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1 Open the speaker terminals on the rear of the Toconnectaudioequipmentwithan optical digital unit . inputterminal You can record CD sound onto the connecled digital 2 Insert the end of the speaker cord into the equipment . terminal . Malch the polarity ( colors ) of the speaker lerminals : Red ( + ) io red ( + ) and black @ ) to black ( ) ; Blue ( + ) to blue ( + ) and black ( ) to black ( ) , 3 Close the speaker terminals . Before connecting the IMPORTANT : Use only speakers with the same speaker I other equipment , impedance as indicated by the speaker terminals on the rear of the unit . remove the protective I plug from the terminal . ConnectingOtherEquipment [ I Audio equipment with You can connect both analog and digital equipment , ' _ I an optical digital input To optical digital input _ . _ - DO NOT connect any equipment while the power I is on . • DO NOT plug in any equipment until all Connect an optical digital cord ( not supplied ) between the I connections are complete . optical digital input terminal on the other equipment and the CD OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT lerminal . Toconnectan analogcomponent Be sure that the plugs of the audio cords are colored : White Now , you can plug the AC power cord . plugs andjacks are for left audio signals , and red ones for right audio signals , When connecting the AC power cord into a wall outlet , the unit automatically starts display demonstration , IMPORTANT : Be sure to check all connections to be done before plugging the AC power cord into a wall outlet . Audio equipment Cancelingthe displaydemonstration To audio output On the unit ONLY : To cancel the display demonstration , press For playing the other equipment through this unit , CANCEL / DEMO until " DEMO OFF " appears connect between the audio output jacks on the other on the display . equipment and AUX jacks by using audio cords ( not supplied ) . _ When you press other buttons The display demonstration stops tempormily . It will start automatically again ( if no operation is done for 2 minutes ) until you cancel it by pressing CANCEL / DEMO . To start the display demonstration manually Press and hold CANCEL / DEMO again for more than 1 second . - 8 -
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CommonOperations TurningOnor Offthe Power 3 Turn I _ 1 _ 1 / _ - _ 1 to adjust the minute , then press SET / DISPLAY . lb turn on the unit , press STANDBY / ON O11 so that the I Ft t - STANDBY lamp goes off , | IF1 i : = t _ F _ El Tocheckthe clocktime ' lb turn off the unit ( on standby ) , press sr _ , _ By / o _ Press and hold SET / DISPLAY while playing any source . STANDBY / ON O / I again so that the # O / _ sr _ o , , • Each time you press and hold the button , the source indication and the clock time allernate on the display , STANDBlYamptightsup F I - I 11 - i " rt , , 1Z11 _ lU , _ _ _ E Toadjustthe clockagain A little powerisalwaysconsumed even whiletheunitis on If you have adjusted the clock before , you need to press standby . CLOCK / TIMER repeatedly until the clock setting mode is selected , ' lb switch off the power supply completely , unplug the AC • Each time you press the button , the clock / timer setting power cord from the AC outlet , modes change as follows : When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power hilure occurs C DALLY - - ON TIME " _ - RECq The clock is reset to " AM 12 : 00 " right away , while the tuner preset Canceed _ ON T ME _ stations ( see page 12 ) will be erased in a few days , ( The hour digits start flashing ) the AC cord if / _ When you unplug power or a power Settingthe Clock _ , L _ failure occurs The clock loses the setting and is reset to " AM 12 : 00 . ' Yot need to set the clock again . Before operating the unit any further , first set the clock built in this unit , You can set the clock whether the unit is on or off , Selectingthe Sources On the unit ONLY : ' lb listen to the FM / AM broadcasts , press FM / AM . ( See 1 Press CLOCK / TIMER . page 12 . ) The hour digits start flashing on the display , ' lb play back CDs , press CD _ - / ll . ( See pages 13 16 . ) ' lb play back tapes , press TAPE 4 _ . ( See page 17 . ) % ' lb select the external equipment as the source , press AUX . 2 Turn I _ , _ 1 / _ - _ 1 to adjust the hour , then press SET / DISPLAY . When you press the play button for a particular source The minute digits start flashing on the ( FM / AM , CD _ - / ll , TAPE _ 1 _ , and AUX ) , the unit turns on display . ( and the unit starts playing the source if it is ready COMPU PLAY CONTROL ) , I _ - I ' . , I [ _ U _ IRJIy if you want to correct the _ About the audio Level indicator hour after pressing All the audio level indicators light up when no signals come in . SET / DISPLAY , press CANCEL / DEMO . The hour digits start flashing again . - 9 -
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Continued I _ Adjustingthe Volume Selectingthe SoundModes You can adjust the xolume lexel only while the unit is turned You can select one of the 6 preset sound modes ( 3 surround on . The volume lexel can be adjusted in 32 steps ( VOL MIN , modes and 3 SEA Sound Effect Amplifier modes ) . This VOL 01 VOL 30 , and VOL MAX ) . function only affects the playback sound , but does not affect your recording . Turn VOLUME + / - clockwise ( + ) to increase the volume or To select the sound modes , turn counterclockwise ( - ) to decrease it . SOUND MODE ( or press SOUND MODE on the remole control ) until the sound mode you want appears on BL the display . When using the remote control , press VOLUME + to increase The SOUND MODE indicator the volume or press VOLUME to decrease it . also lights up on the display . _ For private listening Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack . No sound o , comes out of the speakers . Be sure to turn down the volume before II t - t 11 _ i connecting or putting on headphones . II _ LLLI _ _ DO NOT turn off ( on standby ) the unit with the • The sound modes change as follows : volume set to an extremely high level ; otherwise , a [ - _ ( DD . CLU B - _ - _ HALL - _ - _ STAD IUM _ - , - - ROCK - , , - 1 sudden blast of sound can damage your hearing , ance CLUB ) I ' speakers and / or headphones when you turn on the r , . _ _ _ . - _ . - , POP unit or start playing any source next time . OFF * / t t REMEMBER you cannot adjust the volume level ( Canceled ) t while the unit is on standby . LMANUAL _ - _ - . , . I CLASSIC 3 - , - _ MANUAL 2 - , - _ MANUAL 1 _ , J * When using the remote control , the sound mode changes in only one way . Toturndownthe volume level temporarily Press FADE MUTING on the remote control , Surround modes * * " The volume level gradually decreases to D . CLUB : Increases resonance and bass , " VOL M [ N , " HALL : Adds depth and brilliance to the sound , ' lb restore the sound , press the button again . STADIUM : Adds clarity and spreads the sound , like in an outdoor stadium . SEA ( Sound Effect Amplifier ) modes : Reinforcingthe BassSound ROCK : Boosts low and high frequency . Good for acoustic music . You can select one of the 4 subwoofer levels . This function POP : Good for vocal music , only affects the playback sound , but does not affect your CLASSIC : Good for classical music . recording . The subwoofer level can be adjusted in 4 sleps LEVEL 1 , LEVEL 2 , LEVEL 3 , and LEVEL 4 ( MAX Manual modes : LEVEL ) , MANUAL 1 / 2 / 3 : Your individual mode slored in memory , See ' lurn SUBWOOFER LEVEL + / - " Creating Your Own Sound Mode Manual clockwise ( + ) to increase the subwoofer Mode . " sound or counterclockwise ( - ) to decrease it . OFF : Cancels the sound mode . The SOUND MODE When using the remole control , press indicator goes off from the display . SUBWOOFER LEVEL + to increase the subwoofer volume * * Surround elements are added to the SEA elements to create a or press SUBWOOFER LEVEL to decrease it . being - there feeling in your room . SUBWOOFER indicator always lights up When one of these modes is selected , the SOUND MODE when the unit is on . While one of the SEA modes including manual modes ( SEA elements without surround elements ) is selected , the SOUND MODE indicator lights up as . . . . . . . . . . . _ . 2 / : 4 _ ; _ / ; - 10 -
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CreatingYourOwnSoundMode 4 Press SET / DISPLAY again . - - ManualMode You can change SEA pattern to suit your preference . These changed setlings can be stored in the MANUAL 1 , MANUAL 2 , and MANUAL 3 modes . • There is a time limit in doing the following sleps , if the setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . 5 Turn I _ 1 _ / i , _ l to select one On the unit ONLY : of the MANUAL 1 , 2 , and 3 1 Select one of the preset sound modes . modes into which you want • If you want to add the surround elements in your to store the SEA pattern . SEA pattern , select one of the surround modes ( D . CLUB , HALL , or STADIUM ) before starling the 6 Press SET / DISPLAY again . procedure below . ( See " Selecting the Sound Modes " on page 10 , ) 2 Press and hold SET / DISPLAY until " SEA CONT " appears on the display . The SEA pattern you have created are stored into the MANUAL mode selected in the abo _ e step , Touse yourown sound mode Select MANUAL 1 , MANUAL 2 , or MANUAL 3 mode when using the sound modes . See " Selecting the Sound Modes " on page 10 , _ ¢ l _ i _ a _ ' _ ' _ , _ , _ _ Z _ X _ _ _ When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs The setting will be erased in a few days . If this happens , set the _ . _ : : I _ I _ I I , , I - r - _ manual sound modes again . / Current level appears . Adjust the SEA pattern . 1 ) Turn I _ 1 _ 1 / _ 1 to select the tYequency range to adjust ( LOW , MID , HIGH ) . 2 ) Press _ 1 _ or _ to adjust the level ( - 3 to + 3 ) of + ( the selected frequency range . 3 ) Repeat steps 1 ) and 2 ) to adjust the level of the other frequency ranges . - 11 -
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Listeningto FM andAM Broadcasts Tuningina Station On the unit ONLY : 1 Tune in the station you want to preset . 1 Press FM / AM . • See " Tuning in a Station , " The unit automatically turns on and tunes in the previously tuned station ( either FM or AM ) . • Each time you press the button , the band alternates between FM and AM , 2 Start searching tbr stations . On the unit : Press and hold TUNING + or TUNING - tbr more than 1 second . On the remote control : Press and hold I _ 1 _ 1 or I _ 1 _ 1 _ " ' _ tbr more than 1 second . 0 % The unit starts searching for stations and stops when a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in , • ifa program is broadcast in stereo , the ST ( stereo ) indicator lights up , The tuned station in step 1 is stored in the preset number selected in step 3 . ' lb stop searching , press TUNING + or TUNING ( or _ / • Storing a new station on a used number erases the I , , II41on the remote control ) , previously stored one . • , • q _ , , • f _ When you press I UNING or 1UNING - ( or I _ 1 / When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power 1 _ 14 on the remote control ) briefly and repeatedly failure occurs The frequency changes step by step The preset stations will be erased in a few days . If this happens , preset the stations again . Tochangethe FM receptionmode When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive _ ' _ Tuningin a PresetStation or noisy , press FM MODE on the remote control so that the MONO indicator lights up 1 Press FM / AM . on the display , Reception improves , The unit automatically turns on and ' lb restore the stereo effect , press FM MODE again so that tunes in the previously tuned station the MONO indicator goes off , In this stereo mode , you can ( either FM or AM ) . hear stereo sounds when a program is broadcasted • • Each time you press the button , the band alternates between FM and AM . Presetting Stations 2 Select a preset number . On the unit : You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations . Turn PRESET + / - . In some cases , test frequencies have been already memorized On the remote control : for the tuner since the factory examined the tuner preset Press the number buttons . function before shipment , This is not a malfunction • You can Ex , : For preset number 5 , press 5 . preset the stations you want into memory by following the For preset number 15 , press presetting method • + 10 then 5 , • There is a time limit in doing the following steps , if the CD CD CD For preset number 20 , press 4 6 8 setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 1 CD CD CD + 10 , then 10 , again . 7 8 8 For preset number 25 , press CD CD CD + 10 , + 10 , then 5 . CD For preset number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 , - 12 -
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PlayingBackCDs ( CD / CD - R / CD - RW ) This unit has been designed to playback the following CDs : Loading CDs • CD ( Audio CD ) On the unit ONLY : • CD - R ( CD - Recordable ) • CD - RW ( CD - ReWritable ) 1 Press A tbr the disc tray @ cl _ ( CDI , CD2 , and CD3 ) you _ Continued use of irregular shape CDs want to load a CD onto . _ ) ( heart - shape , octagonal , etc . ) can damage The unit automatically turns on and _ . . . the System . the disc tray comes out . x © 2 Place a disc correctly on the circle of the disc General Notes tray , with its label side up . In general , you will have the best performance by keeping your CDs and the mechanism clean , • Store CDs in their cases , and keep them in cabinets or on shelves . • Keep the system's disc trays closed when not in use . CORRECT INCORRECT • When using a CDsingle ( 8 cm ) , place it on the inner Whenplayinga CD - Ror CD - RW circle ofthe disc tray . User - edited CD - Rs ( CD - Recordable ) and CD - RWs ( CD - ReWritable ) can be played back only if they are already 3 " finalized . " Press the same A you have _ _ _ c _ • You can play back your original CD - Rs or CD - RWs pressed in step I . _ _ recorded in music CD format , ( However , they may not be The disc tray closes , and the ( ( A ) ) played back depending on their characteristics or recording corresponding disc number lamp and _ , r 1 " ' _ conditions . ) disc indicator light up on the display • Before playing back CD - Rs or CD - RWs , read their ( CDI , CD2 , and CD3 ) . instructions or cautions carefully . 4 Repeat steps 1 to 3 to place other CDs . • Some CD - Rs or CD - RWs may not be played back on this unit because of their disc characteristics , damage or stain on them , or the player's lens is dirty . • CD - RWs may require a longer readout time , This is caused _ When loading more than one CD continuously by the fact that the reflectance of CD - RWs is lower than for When you press _ for the next tray you want to place another CD regular CDs , onto , the first disc tray automatically closes and then the next tray comes out , _ About the disc indicators and disc number lamps Each disc indicator corresponds to the disc tray of the same number . Disc number Disc indicator J Disc marker • The disc marker lights up for the disc number you have selected . • The disc indicator flashes while the corresponding CD is being played . • The disc indicators goes off when the unit has detected that there is no CD on the corresponding disc tray . - 13 -
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Continued I _ Playing Back the Entire Discs BasicCD Operations - - Continuous Play While playing a CD , you can do the following operations . 1 Load CDs . ToexchangeCDsduringplaybackof another _ ess A corresponding to a CD , not playing or selected 2 Press one of the disc number currently , to eject and exchange the CD . If you exchange CDs during play , the current play will not buttons ( CDI , CD2 , and stop until all CDs you have exchanged are played . CD3 ) tbr the disc you want to play . CD play starts from the first track of Tostopplayfor a moment the selected disc and the disc number lamp starts flashing . Press CD _ / 11 . Tracks of the currently playing disc While pausing , the elapsed playing time ( Track numbers exceeding 16 are not displayed . ) flashes on the display . To resume playing , press CD I _ / 11 . To go to another track Turn 1 , , ( 41 / _ before or during playback ( or press 1414 / _ on the remote control ) . • I . . ( _ : Goes back to the beginning of Track number Elapsed playing time the current or previous tracks , • I _ . _ : Skips to the beginning of the • Pressing CD I ) - / ll instead of the disc number buttons next or succeeding tracks , starts playing back ifa CD is on the trays , on the remote • if no CD is placed on the selected disc tray , " ' NO DISC " ] f you turn I'q4 / ) q _ l ( or press I . ( 14 / appears on the display , control ) be | bre playing You can change the tracks continuously ' lb stop playing , press II . Tolocatea particular pointin a track ' lb remove the disc , press A for the corresponding disc tray . During play , press and hold _ 14 or ( or 1414 / _ 1 on the remote control ) , • 44 ( or 141 _ 1 ) : Fast reverses the disc . • _ - _ - ( or ) _ ) . t ) : Fast forwards the disc , _ CD playback sequence When 3 CDs * are loaded on the disc trays , they are played in one of the following sequences . Togoto anothertrackdirectlyusingthe number • When CDI is pressed : CD1 = : > CD2 = : > CD3 ( then stops ) buttons • When CD2 is pressed : CD2 = : > CD3 = : > CDI ( then stops ) • When CD3 is pressed : CD3 = _ 5 CDI = _ 5 CD2 ( then stops ) _ essing the number button ( s ) on the remote control before or * When only 2 CDs are loaded , they are played in the same order , during play allows you to start playing the track number you but the disc tray without a CD is skipped . want , Ex . : For track number 5 , press 5 , * • : ) For track number 15 , press + lO , C : ) C : D CD For track number 20 , press + 1O , 7 e • lhen 10 , _ _ For + tr1a0c , k + + 1n01u , 0m , btheern322 . , press ( [ D * ° I _ ( _ ' _ - 14 -
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Programmingthe PlayingOrderof the Tracks 5 Program other tracks you want . - - ProgramPlay • To program tracks from the same disc , repeat step 4 . • To program tracks from a different disc , repeat steps 3 You can arrange the order in which tracks play before you and 4 . start playing , You can program up to 32 tracks . I'l • To use Repeat play ( see page 16 ) for Program play , press O Press CD li _ / ll . REPEAT after starting Program play , The tracks are played in the order you • There is a time limit in doing the following slops , if the haxe programed . setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 2 again . To stop playing , press 1 . 1 Load CDs . To exit from Program play mode , press PROGRAM again before or after play , The PRGM ( program ) indicator goes off ' , • if the current playing source is not the CD player , press The program you ha _ e made is stored in memory , CO _ - / ll , then • before going to the next step . 2 Press PROGRAM so that " PROGRAM " appears on the d ¢ display . • If you try to program the 33rd track The PRGM ( program ) indicator also lights up on the " FULL " will appear on the display display . • If your entry is ignored You have tried to program a track from an empty tray , or a track number that does not exist on the CD ( for example , selecting track 14 on a CD that only has 12 tracks ) . Such entries are ignored . • If the total playing time is 100 minutes or more • Ifa program has been stored in memory , the program is " . . . . : . . . 2 ' will appear on the display . called up , 3 Press one of the disc number Tocheckthe programcontents Before playing , you can check the buttons ( CDI , CD2 , and program conlents by pressing _ or 1 _ 4 CD3 ) to select the disc on the remote control . 0 % number you want to play . • _ : Shows the programed tracks in Track number the programed order . • I . . I1 _ : Shows them in the reverse order , Tomodifythe program Before or after playing , you can erase the last programed tracks by pressing CANCEL / DEMO , Disc number Program step number • Each time you press the button , the programed track shown on the display is erased from the 4 Select a track from the CD program , selected in the above step . • Ejecting a CD will also erase the track numbers On the unit : programmed from the ejecled CD , Turn I _ 1 / l _ ll _ l to select the track number and press To add tracks in the program before playing , simply select SET / DISPLAY . the track numbers you want to add by following step 4 of the On the remote control : programming procedure on page 15 . Press the number buttons . • For how to use the number butlons , To erase the entire program before or after playing , press see " To go to another track directly 1 . " PROGRAM " appears on the display . using the number buttons " on page 14 . E 13 The program you have made will be erased , when • You eject all the CDs . 4 5 B • You unplug the AC power cord . 7 B fl • A power failure occurs , CD - 15 -
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Playingat Random - - RandomPlay RepeatingTracksor CDs - - RepeatPlay The tracks of all loaded CDs will play at random . YOucan have all the CDs , the program or the individual track currently playing repeat as many times as you like , • To use Repeat play for Random play , press REPEAT after starting Random play , On the unit ONLY : 1 Load CDs . To repeat playing , press REPEAT during or _ r • if the current playing source is not the CD player , press before play , To use Repeat play for Program CD _ - / ll , then • before going to the next step . play and Random play , press the button after starting playback , Press RANDOM so that • Each time you press the button , Repeat play mode changes " RANDOM " appears on the display . as follows , and the following indicator lights up on the The RANDOM indicator also lights up on the \ " display : display . E _ REPEAT ALL _ REPEAT 1 DISC ' q Canceled _ REPEAT 1 I REPEAT ALL : Repeats all the tracks on all the CDs ( continuously or at random ) , or all the tracks in the program , 3 Press CD I _ / ll . REPEAT 1 DISC : Repeats all the tracks on one CD . • REPEAT 1 DISC is not used for The tracks are played at random . Random play ends when all the tracks Program play and Random play . are played once . REPEAT 1 : Repeats one track on one CD , ' lb skip the currently playing track , turn 1414 / _ to the To cancel Repeat play , press REPEAT repeatedly until the right ( or press _ 1 on the remote control ) , REPEAT indicators go off from the display , • Repeat play is also canceled when you select Program play / the letT _ Even if you turn 1 _ 14 I * 1 _ t to ( or press _ on or Random play , the remote control ) You cannot go back to the previous tracks during Random play . Prohibiting Disc Ejection - - Tray Lock ' lb stop playing , press ! • Random play also stops when one of the disc trays is YOUcan prohibit CD ejection from the unit and lock CDs , opened , • This operation is possible only when the source is the CD ' l _ exit from Random play mode , press RANDOM again player . before or after play . On the unit ONLY : To prohibit disc ejection , press _ for any disc tray while holding down • . ( If there is any disc tray opened , close it first . ) " LOCKED " appears for a while , and the loaded CDs are locked . ' 1o cancel the prohibition and unlock the CDs , press _ for any disc tray while holding down ! ® " UNLOCKED " appears for a while , and the loaded CDs are unlocked , _ lf you try to eject CDs " LOCKED " appears to inform you that the Tray Lock is in use . - 16 -
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PlayingBackTapes You can play back type I , type II , and type IV tapes without Toplay bothsides repeatedly - - ReverseMode changing any settings . Reverse Mode works for both decks at the same time , When it is in use , the tape automatically reverses at the end of a side and the unit starts playing for the other side of the tape , PlayingBacka Tape and repeats the same process , ' lo use Reverse Mode , press 1 Press EJECT ( A ) tbr the deck you want to REVERSE MODE so that the Reverse Mode use . indicator on the display lights up like ( . _ ) . ' 1o cancel Reverse Mode , press the button again so that the Reverse Mode indicator on the display lights up like _ . For Deck B When Reverse Mode is on with cassettes in both decks A and B For Deck A After the reverse ( _ 1 ) side of the tape finishes playing , the tape in the 2 Put a cassette in with the exposed part of the other deck starts playing . tape down . Locatingthe Beginningof a Song - - MusicScan YOUcan use Music Scan to locate the beginning of a song , Music Scan searches for blank portions that usually separate recorded songs , then plays the next song . 3 Close the cassette holder gently . Tofindthe beginningof the currentsong If you put casseltes in both decks A and B , the last deck During play , press _ or _ ( 141 - qlor you have put a cassetle into is selecled . on the remote control ) in the opposite To select the other deck , press TAPE A / B direction Io the tape play , The tape direction indicator of the opposite 4 Press TAPE - q _ . direction to the tape play starts flashing The tape play starts and the tape slowly , direction indicator ( _ or 4 ) starts Searching stops automatically at the beginning of the current flashing slowly to indicate the tape song , and the current song starts aulomatically . running direction . • Each lime you press the bulton , the Tofindthe beginningof the next song tape direction changes . During play , press _ or _ ( 141 - qlor I _ : plays the front side . on the remote control ) in the same _ 1 : plays the reverse side , direction as the tape play . • if no cassetle is inserted , " ' NO TAPE " appears on the The tape direction indicator of the same display . direction as the tape play starts flashing When the tape plays io the end , the deck automatically slowly and quickly alternately . stops if the Reverse Mode is not on , ( See ' " To play both Searching stops automatically at the beginning of the next sides repeatedly Reverse Mode , " ) song , and the next song starts aulomatically . Music Scan works by detecting a 4 - second long blank ' lb stop playing , press 1L , , _ between each song , so it will not work well in the tbllowing cases ' Ib operate the other deck , press TAPE A / B , • No blank at the beginning of a song . then TAPE 4 _ , • Noise ( often caused by much use or poor quality dubbing ) which ' lb fast - wind to the left or to the right , press _ or fills the blank . ( 1414 or _ on the remote control ) while the tape is not • Long , very soft passages or pauses in a song . running . The use of the C - 120 or thinner tape is not The tape direction indicator ( 4 or D , - ) starts flashing quickly recommended , since characteristic deterioration on the display , may occur and this tape easily jams in the pinch - ' lb remove the cassette , press A EJECT for deck A or rollers and the capstans . EJECT _ for deck B , - 17 -
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Recordi Continued I _ IMPORTANT : Recordinga TapeonDeckB • It should be noted that it may be unlawful to re - record pre - recorded tapes , records , or discs without the 1 Press EJECT A tbr the deck B . consent of the owner of copyright in the sound or video recording , broadcast or cable programme and in any literary , dramatic , musical , or artistic embodied therein . • The recording level is automatically set correctly , so it is not affected by the VOLUME , the SUBWOOFER LEVEL , and the SOUND MODE controls . Thus , during recording you can adjust the sound you are aclually listening to without affecting the recording level . • If recordings you have made have excessive noise or static , 2 Put a recordable cassette into deck B . the unit may be too close to a TV . increase the distance between the TV and the unit . 3 Close the cassette holder gently . • You can use lype I tape for recording . 4 Check the tape direction of deck B . • If the tape direction is not correct , press TAPE 4 D . - Toprotectyourrecording twice then • to change the tape direction . Cassettes have two small tabs on the back to protect 5 Start playing the source - - FM , AM , CD from unexpected erasure or player , deck A , or auxiliary equipment re - recording . connected to AUX jacks . To prolect your recording , remove these tabs . • When the source is CD , you can also use CD Direct Recording ( see page 19 ) and Aulo Edit Recording ( see To re - record on a protected tape , co _ er the holes with page 20 ) . adhesi _ e tape , • When the source is deck A , you can also use the dubbing method ( see " Dubbing Tapes " on page 19 ) . Tokeepthe best recordingandplaybacksoundquality 6 Start recording . , , _ , T , _ - if the heads , capstans , and pinch rollers of the cassetle decks / IDTCP On the unit : become dirty , the following will occur : • impaired sound quality Press REC START / STOP . • Discontinuous sound On the remote control : • Fading Press and hold REC START / STOP , _ m , , • incomplete erasure tbr more than 1 second . • Difficully in recording The _ ( recording ) indicator lights up on the display and recording starts , * lb clean the heads , capstans , and pinch rollers • If no cassette is inserted , " NO TAPE " appears on the Use a cotton swab moistened with alcohol . display , If a protected tape is inserted , " NO REC " appears on the display . Pinch rollers Capstans To stop recording immediately , press • , To remove the cassette , press EJECT A for deck B , Heads * lb demagnetize the heads Turn off the unit , and use a head demagnetizer ( ax ailable at electronics and audio shops ) . - 18 -
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Torecordon bothsides - - ReverseMode CD DirectRecording Press REVERSE MODE so that the Reverse Ex erything on the CD goes onto the tape in the order it is on Mode indicator lights up like ( _ _ ) , _ : _ the CD , or according to the order you ha _ e made for Program • When using the Reverse Mode for recording , \ - play . start recording in the forward ( D , - ) direction first , Otherwise , recording will stop when recording is done On the unit ONLY : only on one side ( reverse ) of the tape , 1 Put a recordable cassette into deck B . ' lb cancel Reverse Mode , press the button again so that the Reverse Mode indicator lights up like " * 2 Load CDs . 3 Press one of the disc DubbingTapes number buttons ( CDI , You can record from one tape to another . CD2 , and CD3 ) to select the disc , then m . On the unit ONLY : • If you want to make a program , perform steps 2 Io 5 on page 15 . After making a program , go to the next step , 1 Press TAPE 411 _ , then m . 4 Press CD REC START . _ , _ srAnr " CD REC " appears , and the _ QcX % . ( recording ) indicator lights up on the \ - , display . Deck B starts recording and the CD player starts playing . When the recording is done , " CD REC FINISHED " appears on the display , and the CD player and deck B 2 Put the source cassette in deck A , and a stop , recordable cassette into deck B . • Put the cassettes in both decks so that the tapes will run in the forward ( D , - ) direction , ' 1o stop recording , press REC START / STOP _ , , _ r m or • , So that a 4 - second blank portion is 3 Press DUBBING . created on the recording tape . ( Remember a 4 - The _ ( recording ) indicator lights up on second blank is important when using Music the display and dubbing starts , \ - Scan see page 17 . ) Torecordon bothsides - - ReverseMode ' lb stop dubbing , press • so that both decks ( A and B ) stop , R _ Press REVERSE MODE so that the Reverse t _ Mode indicator lights up like ( _ _ ) . Torecordon bothsides - - ReverseMode \ - • When using the Reverse Mode for CD Direct Press REVERSE MODE so that the Reverse Recording , start recording in the forward ( _ , - ) Mode indicator lights up like ( _ _ ) , direction first , When the tape reaches its end while recording a song in the forward direction ( _ ) , the last song \ " ' lb cancel Reverse Mode , press the button will be re - recorded at the beginning of the reverse side ( - ql ) , again so that the Reverse Mode indicator if you start recording on the reverse side ( , 91 ) , recording lights up like _ _ , will stop when recording is done only on one side ( reverse ) of the tape , ' 1o cancel Reverse Mode , press the button again so that the Reverse Mode indicator lights up like _ _ . - 19 -
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Auto Edit Recording 4 Press SET / DISPLAY . . rr , _ n _ az • Each time you press the button , the tracks to By using Auto Edit Recording , you can record the CD tracks be recorded on the front side ( " SIDE - A " ) to fit the tape . Auto Edit Recording makes a program by and on the reverse side ( " SIDE - B " ) alternate , selecting the CD tracks in numerical order . However , to prevent the end of the last track on the front side from being Tracks to be recorded on the cut off ; the last track is selected so as to fit on the remaining reverse side ( SIDE - B ) appear . tape length . On the unit ONLY : 1Load CDs . • If the current playing source is not the CD player , press CD _ - / 1 | , then • before going to the next step . Put a recordable cassette of appropriate 2 Press EDIT . length into deck B . 6 Press REVERSE MODE so that _ the Reverse Mode indicator lights up like c : ) . \ - • Without turning on lhe Rexerse Mode ( ¢ _ ) ) , recording will stop when the front side of the tape is recorded . 3 Press the disc number co IL _ c _ / Press CD REC START . button ( CDI , CD2 , and " TAPE SIDE - A STAND - BY " appears , CD3 ) tbr the disc you want to record from . and the _ ( recording ) indicator lights up on the display . Deck B starts recording then , about 10 seconds later , the CD player starts playing . When the recording is done , " CD REC FINISHED " appears on the display , and the CD player and deck B stop . • lfa tape has not been rewound , deck B will rewind the tape before it starts recording . • A 10 - second blank portion is automatically created at the beginning of each side of the tape . " T , FtFE , - To stop during Auto Edit Recording Press REC START / STOP or • . So that a 4 - second blank portion is created on the recording tape . ( Remember a 4 - The optimum tape length for the disc appears . second blank is important when using Music Scan see page 17 . ) To change the tape length manually If the tape length selected is not satisfactory , you can To cancel Auto Edit Recording change the tape length by turning I . . I1 _ / _ on the unit . Press CANCEL / DEMO or • before or after play . You can select the tape length among the following 40 , 46 , 50 , 54 , 60 , 64 , 70 , 74 , 80 , 84 , and 90 . - 20 -
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Usingthe Timers On the unit ONLY : There are three timers available Daily Timer , Recording Timer , and Sleep Timer , 1 Press CLOCK / TIMER repeatedly Before using the timers , you need to set the clock built in the until " DAILY " appears on the unit , ( See page 9 . ) display . _ ) indicator lights up and DAILY ( Daily UsingDailyTimer Timer ) indicator also starts flashing on the display , With Daily Timer , you can wake to your favorite music or radio program . You can set the timer whether the unit is on or of £ HowDaily Timer actuallyworks 3t - ; L ' , ' The unit aulomatically turns on , set the volume level to the preset level , and starts playing the specified source when the • Each time you press the button , the timer selting modes on - time comes ( the _ indicator ffashes just before the on - change as follows : time , and continues flashing while the timer is operating ) , Then , when the off - time comes ( " OFF " ffashes just before the _ Bi ON TIME " _ ' RECq off - time ) , the unit automatically turns off ( on standby ) , c , ock - - O . The Daily timer works everyday automatically . setting if you do not want to use the Daily timer , turn offthe Daily ( See page 9 ) timer , ( See " To turn on or offDaily Timer after its selting is done " on page 22 , ) Press CLOCK / TIMER again . The timer setting remains in memory until you change it , " ON TIME " appears for 2 seconds , then the • There is a time limit in doing the following sleps , if the unit enters on - time setting mode , \ - setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . • To correct a mis - entry while selting the timer , press CANCEL / DEMO , Before you start . . . • When using the tuner as the source toplay 3 Set the on - time you want the unit to turn on Make sure to select a desired station . at . • When using a CD as the source to play 1 ) Turn 1,914 / 1 _ to set the hour , Make sure there is a CD on the selected disc number then press SET / DISPLAY . tray . 2 ) Turn 1,414 / 1 _ to set the minute , • When using a tape as the source to play then press SET / DISPLAY . Make sure that a tape is in the deck whose deck " OFF TIME " appears for 2 indicator ( A or B ) is lit on the display , seconds on the display , then the Make sure that the tape direction is correct , unit enlers off : time setting mode , • When using the external component as the source to pl . y _ Z _ E _ Iq . Ay 4 Set the oil : time you want the Set the timer equipped on the external component at the same time . unit to turn off ( on standby ) at . 1 ) Turn I . . * 1 _ / _ to set the hour , then press SET / DISPLAY , 2 ) Turn I . . ( 14 / _ to set the minute , then press SET / DISPLAY , The unit enlers source selecting mode . - 21 -
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Continued I _ 5 Turn I _ 1 _ / _ l _ l to select the source to play , 9 Press STANDBY / ON O / I to s _ TJ ° _ I _ then press SET / DISPLAY . turn off the unit ( on standby ) _ • The source changes as follows : if you have set the Daily Timer _ with the unit turned on . ET x ERjT A - - f'ju R _ lf the unit is turned on when the on - time comes TUNER FM : tunes into a specified preset FM station , Daily Timer does not work . " - * go to step 6 . TUNER AM : tunes into a specified preset AM station , Even if you unplug the AC power cord or if a power " - * go to step 6 . failure occurs - CD - - : plays a disc from a specified track of a Once you set the timer , the timer setting may remain stored in specified disc . _ go to step 6 . memory in a few days . In this case , check whether the timer setting still remains or not . TAPE : plays a tape in deck A or B , - ' * go to step 7 . AUX : plays an external source , - - _ go to step 7 . Toturnon or off DailyTimer after itssettingis done 6 When selecting " TUNER FM " or " TUNER l Press CLOCK / TIMER repeatedly until , , mtm AM " Turn la4 / _ to select the preset station number , then 2 " DALLY " appears on the display . ' 1o turn off the Daily ' rimer , press press SET / DISPLAY . CANCEL / DEMO . The unit enters volume setting mode . _ ) indicator and the DAILY ( Daily Timer ) _ , mm When selecting " - CD - - " indicator go off from the display ( " OFF " _ 1 ) Turn I . , 114 / 1 _ to select the disc number , then press appears for a while ) , SET / DISPLAY , The Daily Timer is canceled , but the 2 ) Turn I . , 11 _ / _ to set the track number , then press setting for the Daily Timer remains in SET / DISPLAY , memory . The unit enters volume setting mode , tw'rADiflit _ . Ay To turn on the Daily Timer , press SE'ITDISPLAY . 7 Turn laa / I _ l _ l to set the _ ) indicator and the DALLY ( Daily Timer ) volume level . indicator light up on the display , The settings you have done are shown on the • The _ olume level changes as follows : + l [ - [ ( ( _ ' _ / / _ ' 1 / display in sequence for your confirmation , • If you select " VOL , " the xolume is set to the last level when the unit has been turned oft : 8 Press SET / DISPLAY to complete the Daily Timer setting . The DAILY ( Daily Timer ) indicator slops flashing and remains lit . The settings you have done are shown on the display in sequence . - 22 -
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UsingRecordingTimer 4 Set the on - time you want the unit to turn on at . With Recording Timer , you can make a tape of a radio 1 ) Turn 141 _ 1 / _ t to set the hour , broadcast automatically . You can set the timer whether the then press SET / DISPLAY , system is on or off ' , 2 ) Turn t _ l _ l / _ to set the minute , then press SET / DISPLAY , HowRecordingTimer actuallyworks " OFF TIME " appears for 2 8 _ ' / DIIDL4 y The unit automatically turns on , tunes into dae specified seconds , then the unit enters off ' - station , sets lhe volume level to " MIN , " and starts recording time setting mode . when the on - fime comes ( the _ indicator flashes just before the on - time , and conlinues flashing while the timer is 5 Set the oil : time you want the operating ) , Then , when the off - time comes ( " OFF " appears unit to turn off ( on standby ) at . just before the oft - time ) , the unit automatically turns off ( on 1 ) Turn 141 _ 1 / _ t to set the hour , then press standby ) . SET / DISPLAY , The timer setting remains in memory until you change it , 2 ) Turn 141 _ 1 / _ t to set the mintue , then press • There is a time limit in doing the following sleps , if the SET / DISPLAY , setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 1 The unit enters preset station selecting mode . again . • To correct a mis - entry while selting the timer , press 6 Select the preset station . CANCEL / DEMO , 1 ) Turn 1414 / _ to select the band ( " TUNER FM " or " TUNER AM " ) , then press SET / DISPLAY . On the unit ONLY : 2 ) Turn 141 _ 1 / _ to select a preset channel number , 1 Put a recordable cassette into deck B . then press SET / DISPLAY , The REC ( Recording Timer ) indicator stops flashing and remains lit . The settings you have done are shown 2 Press CLOCK / TIMER repeatedly on the display in sequence . until " REC " appears on the display . 7 Press STANDBY / ON O / I to sT _ By _ o _ The REC ( Recording Timer ) indicator also starts flashing on the display . turn off the unit ( on standby ) O / _ o _ , - - if necessary . \ - _ lf you want to listen to another source while recording P , E , ' - _ Press REC START / STOP or • to stop recording . Without stopping it , you cannot change the source . • Each time you press the bulton , the timer setting modes change as follows : Even if you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs Once you set the timer , the timer setting may remain stored in memory in a few days . In this case , check whether the timer setting o , eo0 - still remains or not . setting ( See page 9 ) 3 Press CLOCK / TIMER again . " ON TIME " appears for 2 seconds then the unit enters on - time setting mode , r - ltl - 23 -
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Toturnon or offRecordingTimer after itssettingis TimerPriority done CL _ Since each timer can be set separately , you may wonder what 1 Press CLOCK / TIMER repeatedly until / m _ happens if the setting For these timers oxerlaps , " REC " appears on the display . Here are examples . \ - 2 ' lb turn off the Recording Timer , press Recording Timer has priority over Daily Timer and Sleep CANCEL / DEMO . Timer . The REC ( Recording Timer ) indicator goes • if Daily Timer is set to come on while Recording Timer is off from the display , operating , Daily Timer will not come on at all . The Recording Timer is canceled , but the % AM 6 : 00 6 : 30 7 : 00 7 : 30 setting for the Recording Timer remains in I I I I memory , Recording Timer L j I S _ - r / DmPI . A ¥ I I I I ' lo turn on the Recording Timer , press Daily Timer i I SET / DISPLAY . The REC ( Recording Timer ) indicator lights up on the display , The settings you have done • If Recording Timer is set to come on while Sleep Timer is are shown on the display in sequence For your operating , Sleep Timer will not work ( the SLEEP indicator confirmation , does not go off ) , PM 9 : 00 9 : 30 10 : 00 10 : 30 I I I I UsingSleepTimer Recording Timer i I ] i I I I I Sleep Timer i I With Sleep Timer , you can fall asleep to music , not work . You can set Sleep Timer only while the unit is turned on , HowSleepTimer actuallyworks The unit automatically turns off after the specified time length passes . On the remote control ONLY : 1 Press SLEEP . f - N The time length until the shut - off time k _ appears and the SLEEP indicator starts \ " flashing on the display . • Each time you press the button , the time length changes as Follows : CLEEP10 " _ SLE EP20 " _ SLE EP30 " _ SLE EP60 " ] Canceled _ SLEEP120 _ SLEEP90 2 Wait tbr about 5 seconds alter specifying the time length . The SLEEP indicator stops flashing and remains lit . ' lb check the remaining time until the shut - offtime , press ) SLEEI once so that the remaining time until the shut - ofFtime appears for about 5 seconds . ' lb change the shut - off time , press SLEEP repeatedly until the desired time length appears on the display . ' lb cancel the setting , press SLEEP repeatedly unitil the SLEEP indicator goes off5 • Sleep Timer is also canceled when you turn offthe unit , - 24 -
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Maintenance To get the best performance of the unit , keep your discs , tapes , and mechanism clean . Handlingdiscs Handlingcassettetapes • Remove the disc from its case by • If the tape is loose in its cassetle , take fJ holding it at the edge while pressing the up the slack by inserting a pencil in center hole lightly . one of the reels and rotating , • Do not Iouch the shiny surPace of the • If the tape is loose , it may get disc , or bend the disc . strelched , cut , or caught in the • Put the disc back in its case after use to cassette . prevent walping . • Be careful not to iouch the tape • Be careful not io scratch lhe surface of surface . the disc when placing it back in its case . • Avoid exposure to direct sunlight , temperature extremes , and moisture . • Avoid the following places to store the tape : In dusty places ' 1o clean the disc In direct sunlight or heat Wipe the disc with a soft cloth in a In moist areas straight line from center to edge , Near a magnet Cleaningthe unit I Stains on the unit DreOcorNdOTcleuasneera , nsyprsaoylv , etnhti - n - ner , suocrhbaesnzcinoenve - - ntitoonal I Should be wiped offwith a soft cloth , if the unit is clean the disc . I heavily stained , wipe it with a cloth soaked in waler diluted neutral delergent and wrung well , then wipe clean with a dry cloth , Since the unit may deteriorate in quality , become damaged or get its paint peeled off , be careful about the followings . DO NOT wipe it with a hard cloth , DO NOT wipe it strong . DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine , DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as insecticides to it , DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in contact with it for a long time . - 25 -
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Troubleshooting if you are having a problem with your unit , check this list for a possible solution before calling for service . if you cannot solve the problem from the hints given here , or the unit has been physically damaged , call a qualified person , such as your dealer , for service . Cause Action Symptom Unable to cancel the display demonstration . Other buttons will pressed to cancel the Press CANCEL / DEMO on the unit . ( See display demonstration . page 83 No sound is heard . Connections are incorrect or loose . Check all connections and make corrections . ( See pages 6 to 8 . ) Hard to listen to broadcasts because of • Antennas are disconnected . • Reconnect the antennas correctly and noise . securely . • The AM loop antenna is too close to the • Change the position and direction of the unit . AM loop antenna . • Extend the FM antenna at the best • The FM antenna is not properly extended and positioned . position . The disc sound is discontinuous . The disc is scratched or dirty . Clean or replace the disc . ( See above . ) The disc tray does not open or close . • The AC power cord is not plugged in . • Plug the AC power cord . • ' Frays are locked . • Unlock the trays , ( See page 16 . ) The disc does not play . The disc is placed upside down . Place the disc with the label side up . Turn on the unit . The cassette holders cannot be opened . Power supply from the AC power cord has been cut off while the tape was running . Small tabs on the back of the cassette are Impossible to record . Cover the holes with adhesive tape . removed . Operations are disabled . The built - in microprocessor may Unplug the AC power cord and then plug it malfunction due to external electrical back in , interference . • Remove the obstruction , Unable to operate the unit from the remote • The path between the remote control and control . the remote sensor on the unit is blocked . • The batteries are exhausted . • Replace the batteries , - 26 -
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Specifications Des , gsnpec , acrosetuiobtojoesctwithnoo , t , co , MX - GT90 MX - GT80 Amplifiersection - - CA - MXGT90 Amplifiersection - - CA - MXGTSO Output Power Output Power SUBWOOFERS : 130 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into SUBWOOFERS : 160 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 6 £ 2 at 63 Hz with no more than 10 % total 6 £ 2 at 63 Hz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . harmonic distortion . MAIN SPEAKERS : 70 W per channel , rain . RMS , driven into MAIN SPEAKERS : 55 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 6 £ 2 at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total 6 £ 2 at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . harmonic distortion . Audio input sensitivity / impedance Audio input sensitivity / Impedance ( at 1 kHz , measured at tape recording signal 300 mV ) ( at 1 kHz , measured at tape recording signal 300 mV ) AUX : 390 mV / 50 k _ AUX : 390 mV750 kf _ Digital output : CD OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT Digital output : CD OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT Signal wave length : 660 nm Signal wave length : 660 nm Output level : . . . 1 . . 5 . dBm to 12 dBm Output level : . . . 1 . . 5 . dBm to 12 dBm Speakers / Impedance : Speakers / impedance : SUBWOOFERS : 6 £ 2 16 SUBWOOFERS : 6 f _ 16 £ 2 MAIN SPEAKERS : 6 £ 2 16 £ _ MAIN SPEAKERS : 6 f _ 16 £ 2 Tuner Tuner FM tuning range : 87.5 MHz 108.0 MHz FM tuning range : 87.5 MHz 108.0 MHz AM tuning range : 530 kHz 1 710 kHz AM tuning range : 530 kHz 1 710 kHz CDplayer CDplayer CD capacity : 3 CDs CD capacity : 3 CDs Dynamic range : 85 dB Dynamic range : 85 dB Signabto _ noise ratio : 90 dB Signabtomoise ratio : 90 dB Wow and flutter : Immeasurable Wow and flutter : Immeasurable Cassettedeck Cassettedeck F'requency response Frequency response Normal ( type l ) : 50 Hz 14 000 Hz Normal ( type I ) : 50 Hz 14 000 Hz Wow and flutter Wow and flutter 0.15 % ( WRMS ) 0.15 % ( WRMS ) General General Power requirement : AC 120 V rL / , 60 Hz Power requirement : AC 120 V F _ , 60 Hz Power consumption : 175 W / 220 VA ( at operation ) Power consumption : 165 W / 210 VA ( at operation ) 22 W ( on standby ) 20 W ( on standby ) Dimensions ( approx . ) : 265 mmx 335 mm x 401 mm ( W / WD ) Dimensions ( approx . ) : 265 mmx 335 mm x 401 mm ( W / H / D ) ( 10 _ k { , in . x 13 i / _ in . x 15 W . , in . ) ( l 0 _ / . , in . x 13 I / 4 in . x 1513 / 1 _ , in . ) Mass ( approx . ) : 10.0 kg ( 22A lbs ) Mass ( approx . ) : 10.0 kg ( 22.1 lbs ) Suppliedaccessories Suppliedaccessories See page 6 . See page 6 . Speakersection - - SP - MXGT90 Speakersection - - SP - MXGT80 Type : 3 _ Way 3 _ Speaker Bass & . eflex ' l _ pe Type : 3 _ Way 3 _ Speaker Bass - Reflex Type Dual Giga - Tube Band - Pass Subwoofers Dual Giga21 _ be Band - Pass Subwoofers Speaker units : Subwoofer : 20 cm ( 7 % in . ) cone xl Speaker units : Subwoofer : 16 cm ( 65 / E _ , in . ) cone xl Woofer : 10 cm ( 3 _ 5 / , , in . ) cone xl Woofer : l0 cm ( 3 W . , in . ) cone xl Tweeter : 5 cm ( 2 in . ) dome xl Tweeter : 5 cm ( 2 in . ) dome xl Power handling capacity : Power handling capacity : Subwoofer : 160W Subwoofer : 130 W 70 W Main speaker : Main speaker : 55 W 6 £ 2 Impedance : Subwoofer : Impedance : Subwoofer : 6 6 £ 2 Main speaker : Main speaker : 6 25 Hz 250 Hz F'requency range : Subwoofer : Frequency range : Subwoofer : 30 Hz 120 Hz 75 Hz - 32 000 Hz Main speaker : Main speaker : 75 Hz 29 000 Hz 77 dB / W . m Sound pressure level : Subwoofer : Sound pressure level : Subwoofer : 78 dB / W . m Main speaker : 84 dB / W . m Main speaker : 85 dB / W * m Dimensions ( approx . ) : 255 mmx 449 mmx 389 mm ( WTWD ) Dimensions ( approx . ) : 230 mmx 439 mm x 340 mm ( W / H / D ) ( 10 71 _ , in . x 17W _ , in . x 15V _ in . ) ( 9 I / l { , in . x 175 / . , in . x 13 _ / l ( , in . ) Mass ( approx . ) : 8.5 kg ( 18.8 lbs ) each Mass ( approx . ) : 7.2 kg ( 15.9 lbs ) each - 27 -
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MX - G70 Amplifiersection - - CA - MXG70 Output Power SUBWOOFERS : 110 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 6 £ 2 at 63 Hz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . MAIN SPEAKERS : 55 W per channel , rain . RMS , driven into 6 £ 2 at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . Audio input sensitivity / impedance ( at 1 kHz , measured at tape recording signal 300 mV ) AUX : 390 mV / 50 kf _ Digital outpat : CD OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT Signal wave length : 660 nm Outpat level : . . . 1 . . 5 . dBm to 12 dBm Speakers / Impedance : SUBWOOFERS : 6 £ 2 16 f _ MAIN SPEAKERS : 6 £ 2 16 f _ Tuner FM tuning range : 87.5 MHz 108.0 MHz AM tuning range : 530 kHz 1 710 kHz CDplayer CD capacity : 3 CDs Dynamic range : 85 dB Signal - to - noise ratio : 90 dB Wow and flutter : Immeasurable Cassettedeck Frequency response Normal ( type l ) : 50 Hz 14 000 Hz Wow and flutter 0.15 % ( WRMS ) General Power requirement : AC 120 V rL / , 60 Hz Power consumption : 160 W / 205 VA ( at operation ) 20 W ( on standby ) Dimensions ( approx . ) : 265 mmx 335 mmx 401 mm ( W / H / D ) ( 107k { . in . x 13 i / _ in . x 151 _ / E _ i , n . ) Mass ( approx . ) : 10.0 kg ( 22A lbs ) Suppliedaccessories See page 6 . Speakersection - - SP - MXG70 Type : 3 _ Way 3 _ Speaker Bassq _ . eflex type Twin Hyper Power - Drive Subwoofer Speaker units : Subwoofer : 14 cm ( 5 % ( , in . ) cone xl Woofer : 16 cm ( 65k ( , in . ) cone xl Tweeter : 5 cm ( 2 in . ) dome xl Power handling capacity : Subwoofer : ll0W 55W Main speaker : 6 £ 2 Impedance : Subwoofer : 6 £ 2 Main speaker : 29 Hz - 310 Hz Frequency range : Subwoofer : 70Hz 29000Hz Main speaker : 76 dB / W , m Sound pressure level : Subwoofer : Main speaker : 87 dB / W * m Dimensions ( approx . ) : 286 mm x 335 mmx 365 mm ( WYH / D ) ( 115k _ , in . x 13 I / 4 in . x 143 / 8 in . ) Mass ( approx . ) : 6.3 kg ( 13.9 lbs ) each - 28 -
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O0 J'tVC SE VOE HOW TO LOCATE YOUR JVC SERVICE CENTER TOLL FREE : 1 - 800 - 537 - 5722 http : / / wwwjvcservice . com Dear customer : In order to receive the most satisfaction from your purchase , read the instruction booklet before operating the unit . In the event that repair is necessary , or for the address nearest your location , please refer to the factory service center list below or within the Continental United States , Cal ! ! - 800 - 537 - 5722 for your authorized servicer . Remember to retain your Sill of Sale for Warranty Service . _ VC JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP . FACTORY SERVICE CENTER LOCATIONS 10 New Maple Avenue 1500 Lakes Parkway 705 Enterprise Street Pine Brook , NJ 07058 - 9641 Lawrenceville , GA 30243 - 5857 Aurora , IL 60504 - 8149 ( 973 ) 396 - 1000 ( 770 ) 339 - 2582 ( 630 ) 851 - 7855 5665 Corporate Avenue 2969 Mapunapuna Place 10700 Hammerly , Suite 110 Honolulu , HI 96819 - 2040 Houston , TX 77043 Cypress , CA 90630 - 0024 ( 714 ) 229 - 8011 ( 808 ) 833 - 5828 ( 713 ) 935 - 9331 8192 State Road 84 13 Cummings Park 890 Dubuque Avenue Woburn , MA01801 Davie , FL 33324 South San Francisco , CA 94080 - 1804 ( 781 ) 376 - 9100 ( 954 ) 472 - 1960 ( 650 ) 871 - 2666 Sophisticated electronic products may require occasional service . Just as quality is a keyword in the engineering and production of the wide array of JVC products , service is the key to maintaining the high level of performance for which JVC is world famous . The JVC service and engineering organization stands behind our products . NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP . 1700 Valley Road Wayne , NJ 07470 If you ship the product • • ° Don't service it yourself . Pack your JVC unit in the original carton or one of equivalent size and strength . Enclose , with the unit , a letter stating the CAUTION problem or symptom that exists and also a copy of the receipt or bil ! of sale you received when you purchased your To prevent electrical shock , do not open the cabinet . No user JVC unit . Print your home return address on the outside serviceable parts inside . and the inside of the carton . Send to the appropriate JVC Refer servicing to qualified service personnel Factory Service Center as listed above . _ CCESSORIES To purchase accessories for your JVC product , you may contact your local JVC Dealer . Or from the 48 Continental United States carl toil free : 800 - 882 - 2345 ( 1099 )
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JVC AO0 , O - JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA warrants this product and all parts thereof , except as set forth below ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AT RETAIL to be FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP from the date of original retail purchase for the period as shown below . ( " The Warranty Period . " ) * PARTS LABOR 1YR 1YR . THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE FIFTY ( 50 ) UNITED STATES , THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND IN COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO . WHAT WE WILL DO : If this product is found to be defective , JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner . Such repair and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers . Parts used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of the Warranty Period . All products and parts thereof may be * brought to a JVC authorized service center on a carry - in basis except for Television sets having a screen size 28 inches and above which are covered on an in - home basis . . WHATYOU MUST DO FOR WARRANTY SERVICE : Return your product to a JVC authorized service center with a copy of your bill of sale . For your nearest JVC authorized service center , please call toll free : ( 800 ) 537 - 5722 . If service is not available locally , box the product carefully , preferably in the original carton , and ship , insured , with a copy of * your bill of sale plus and letter of explanation of the problem to the nearest JVC Factory Service Center , the name and location of which will be given to you by the toll - free number . If you have any questions concerning your JVC Product , please contact our Customer Relations Department . WHAT IS NOT COVERED : This limited warranty provided by JVC does not cover : 1 . Products which have been subject to abuse , accident , alteration , modification , tampering , negligence , misuse , faulty installation , lack of reasonable care , or if repaired or serviced by anyone other than a service facility authorized by JVC to render such service , or if affixed to any attachment not provided with the products , or if the model number or seriai number has been altered , tampered with , defaced or removed ; 2 . Initial installation and installation and removal for repair ; 3 . Operational adjustments covered in the Owner's Manual , normal maintenance , video and audio head cleaning ; 4 . Damage that occurs in shipment , due to act of God , and cosmetic damage ; * 5 . Signal reception problems and failures due to line power surge ; * 6 . Video Pick - up Tubes / CCD Image Sensor , Cartridge , Stylus ( Needle ) are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase ; . 7 . Accessories ; 8 . Batteries ( except the Rechargeable Batteries are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase ) ; There are no express warranties except as Iisted above . * THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES , INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY , IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN . JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT , INCONVENIENCE , LOSS QR ANY OTHER DAMAGES , WHETHER DIRECT , INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL ( INCLUDING , WITHOUT LIMITATION , DAMAGE TO TAPES , RECORDS OR DISCS ) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT , OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY . ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES , INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE , ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE . Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty last , so these limitations or exclusions may not apply to you . This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA 1700 Valley Road DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORR Wayne , NJ 07470 REFURBISHED PRODUCTS CARRY A SEPARATE WARRANTY , THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY . FOR DETAILS OF REFURBISHED PRO DUCT WARRANTY , PLEASE REFER TO THE REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION PACKAGED WITH EACH REFURBISHED PRODUCT . For customer use : Enter below the Model No . and Serial No . which is located either on the rear , bottom or side of the cabinet . Retain this information for future reference . Model No . : Serial No . : Purchase date : Name of dealer :
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Carbon Resistor

SML200102
Service Manual CD-ROM

SML200102V2C
Service Manual CD-ROM

GJ460220010201
Loop Antenna

QAL0014-002
ANTENNA, AM LOOP

AH42-00019A
Loop Antenna

QAL0014-001
ANTENNA, AM LOOP

QAL0432-001
ANTENNA (FM)

DZ5.1BSB-T2
Zener Diode

DZ15BSC-T2
Zener Diode

STK402-050
IC602

STK412-010
Integrated Circuit (Hybrid)

MTZJ36(A)-T2
Zener Diode

QQR0793-001
I.F. Transformer

MTZJ15C-T2
D366/D703/D704 (ZENER DIODE)

QRJ146J-470X
Unf.C. Resistor

QRE141J-153Y
Carbon Resistor

QRZ9006-4R7X
Fusible Resistor QRZ00

BI110841X
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Ana)

QRD167J-101
C. Resistor QRD14

QCVB1CN-103
CER.CAPACITOR

NCB21HK-103X
Chip Capacitor

QRE141J-151Y
Carbon Resistor

QRE141J-332Y
Carbon Resistor QRD16

QRE141J-472Y
Carbon Resistor

QRE141J-473Y
RESISTOR, 47K 1/4W

QRD161J-471
Carbon Resistor

QETA0JM-477
E Capacitor

2SA1037AK/RS/-X
TRANSISTOR, Q1767

QETN0JM-477Z
E. Capacitor

1SS133-T1
Silicon. Diode

QETN1HM-106
E. Capacitor

1SR139-400-T2
Silicon. Diode

1N5402M-20
Diode

KRC107M-T
Digital Transistor

KIA7808API
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Ana)

KIA7809API
Discontinued Mono-Ana)

KIA7812API
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Ana)

KTC3199/GL/-T
Silicon. Transistor KTC31

KTC3200/GL/-T
TRANSISTOR, Q1760

KRA102M-T
Transistor DTA11

KRC102M-T
TRANSISTOR Q613

KTA1023/OY/-T
TRANSISTOR

QRJ146J-1R0X
R822 (ON ENB-1325 PC BOARD)

VYH7653-001
Integrated Circuit .Protector

QETN1AM-227Z
E. Capacitor

QETN1HM-476Z
Al E. Capacitor

UZ5.1BSB
Z. Diode

QRZ9003-100
RESISTOR

LB1641-E
I.C(MONO-OTHER)

KTC3203(OY)-T
Silicon. Transistor

LB1641
Integrated Circuit

KTA1268/GL/-T
TRANSISTOR

QRJ146J-100X
Unf Resistor

QRZ9005-100X
Resistor

QRD14CJ-100S
R843/R803

QRD14CJ-1R0S
R822 (RESISTOR)

QRE141J-201Y
Carbon Resistor

NCB21HK-104X
Cer. Capacitor

MTZJ33(C)-T2
D723/D724 (ZENER DIODE)

MTZ33JC
Z. Diode

QRE141J-202Y
Carbon Resistor

QMF51U1-6R0-J1
Fuse

LC72136N
IC 2

2SA965(Y)C
Q711/Q767

2SA965/OY/
TRANSISTOR

2SA965/OY/-T
Silicon. Transistor

KRA104M-T
TRANSISTOR

TDA7439
Discontinued M)

QMF51U1-6R0-J8
Fuse

AN7345K
IC302

QRL01DJ-821X
O.M.F. Resistor

LA6541-X
Integrated Circuit (M)

BA3126N
Discontinued Mono-Ana)

2SD2395/EF/
Discontinued Ransistor

MN101C35DEC1
IC810

VKZ3174-00A
Solenoid

STK402-030
Integrated Circuit (Hybrid)

QGB2510J1-09
Conn. Terminal

NJM4580L
IC

NCS21HJ-120X
C. Capacitor

LA1838
Discontinued M)

KIA7042AP-T
Integrated Circuit (M)

QGB2510K2-14
Conn. Terminal

QGF1205F1-22
Conn. Terminal

QTE1V28-107Z
Al E. Capacitor

2SC2389S/SE/-T
Discontinued Ransistor

2SC2389(E)
Q723

QRZ0218-R22
R780 (EMITTER RESISTOR)

QRZ9044-335
Comp. Resistor

QRE141J-102Y
Carbon Resistor QRD16

EMW10190-441
Printed Board

2SC3576-JVC-T
Silicon. Transistor

EWP503-001
ANTENNA, WIRE FM

QMPD380-200-JN
CORD, POWER FOR SUBWOOFER

GV30211-004A
DOOR/HOLDER (CASS DK. A)LEFT

VKS1165-00K
Mechanical Chassis

VKY4180-001
CASS SPRING (DOOR B)

VKY4180-401
Holder Spring

OPTIMA-7B
OPTICAL PICKUP

GV10061-001A
Chassis Base

QSW0862-001
VOLUME CONTROL (MAIN)

QSW0832-001
Push Switch

QSW0859-001
Lever Switch

GV30138-001A
Push Button

GV30181-001A
Operation Knob

GV30182-001A
Operation Knob

GV30152-002A
Knob Ring

GV30153-002A
Knob Ring

GV30179-001A
VOL.KNOB

GVT0052-001A
Instruction Book

GVT0052-002A
OWNERS MANUAL

GV10055-001A/S/
Metal Cover

GV30155-002A
Volume Ring

QNB0107-001
Speaker. Terminal

QAL0855-001
Optical Pick-Up

QSW0825-001Z
SWITCH, TACT

QSW0674-001Z
Tact Switch

VKS5603-00G
Main Pulley

VKS1166-003
Control Cam

WDL214025
Washer

VKW5301-001
Spring

E307745-441SM
Gear

E409182-001SM
Earth Terminal

LV31002-001A
CD Rack

VKF3205-00B
FLYWHEEL

VKS3786-00G
Clutch Assembly

VKS5603-00H
Pulley

VKS1166-004
Discontinued Rol Cam

NCB21HK-222X
Jvc Ncb21Hk-222X C Cap

QLF0081-001
Fl Display Tube

GV40077-002A
JVC Mark

FMKS3002-003
Eject Lever

GV20106-005A
CD Fitting

GV20107-005A
CD Fitting

VKW5187-001
Rod

VKZ317200ASS
Cam

LV42764-001A
BELT, CAPSTAN DECK A & B

VKB3000-182
BELT (CAPSTAN) DECK A & B

SLC-P1SVM
Head Mount

EPB309173A
TURNTABLE (CD)

E406784-001
MOTOR (SLED)**MALASIA**

VKS2275-00E
Head Mount Slc-R

VKB3000-164
DRIVE BELT (CD CHANGER) X 2

VKB3000-164
DRIVE BELT (CD CHANGER) X 2

EPB309173PKA
Turntable

SLC-RP1SVM
Head Mount Assembly

VKS5597-00B
Fr Gear

VKZ3173-00A
SWITCH ASSY (CAM CD) LEFT

VKZ317300ASS
CAM SWITCH (LEFT/RIGHT) CD

VKZ3172-00A
SWITCH ASSY (CAM CD) RIGHT

QMPK200-200-JD
Power Cord

RM-SMXGT90A
REMOTE

MXGT80K-SPBOX-R
SPEAKER COMPLETE (RIGHT)

MXGT80K-SPBOX-L
SPEAKER COMPLETE (LEFT)

RD15EB1
Zener Diode

QRE141J-471Y
Carbon Resistor QRD16

1N4148M-T2
Silicon. Diode 1 SS13

QCBB1HK-331Y
CER.CAPACITOR-S

QDYB1CM-103Y
CER.CAPACITOR

QRE141J-333Y
Carbon Resistor

QRE141J-101Y
Carbon Resistor

2SD2144S/UV/-T
TRANSISTOR

QDYB1CM-103
CAPACITOR

RD15E
ZENER DIODE

QCSB1HJ-330Y
CER.CAPACITOR

RD15ES/B3/-T2
Zener Diode RD15E

2SD2144S/UVW/-T
Transistor 2 SD21

GP1U271X
IC711 RM RECIVER

QRE141J-302Y
Carbon Resistor

QMF51E2-2R0-J1
FUSE

NRSA02J-273X
M.G. Resistor

QAL0457001
ANTENNA, FM WIRE

E406783-001
MOTOR SPINDLE/DISC(C.D.)

EWP503-001C
ANTENNA, WIRE FM

MSN5D257A-SA2
DC MOTOR (CD CHANGER)

MSN5D257A-SA2
DC MOTOR (CD CHANGER)

GV30180-001A
Operation Knob

GP1UA271XK0F
Infrared Detect Unit

GP1UA271XK
Ifr Detect Unit

VKS5532-003
Gear

QMPK210-205-JN
Power Cord

RM-SMXGT90U
Wireless Remote Sub: RM-SMXGT90U

VKW5284-002
Swing Spring

VKH5786-003
Shaft

QMF51U1-5R0S
FUSE (PRIMARY)

EQB4001-015
ANTENNA (LOOP) BAR/LOOP

QRD161J-104
Resistor QRD16

QERF1HM-105Z
E Capacitor

MN662748RPM
Integrated Circuit (M)

QAX0283-001Z
X801 (CRYSTAL)

MN662748RPMFA
Integrated Circuit (Digi-Mos)

QAR0130-001
MOTOR (SPINDLE/DISC)

WDL173525-6
Washer

WDL183425
Washer

RF-310T-11400
MOTOR KSM-1

MTZJ13B-T2
Zener Diode

QRE141J-103Y
Carbon Resistor

QET61AM-476
E. Capacitor

11ES2-T2
DIODE.SI

QETN1CM-476Z
Al E. Capacitor

QRJ146J-2R2X
Carbon Resistor

2SD2144S/VW/-T
Silicon. Transistor 2 SD21

MTZJ9.1(B)-T2
D1002/D1501

MTZJ6.8C-T2
D362 (ZENER DIODE)

QRD14CJ-2R2SX
Carbon Resistor

RD9.1ES/B2/-T2
Zener Diode

MTZ36JA
DIODE, ZENER

QMF51U1-5R0-J8
FUSE (F1001/F1003/F1004)

QETN1VM-107Z
E. Capacitor

MTZJ5.1B-T2
ZENER DIODE USE # RD15E

QSW0619-003Z
SWITCH, TACT USE QSW0825-001Z

XRA15218F-X
Integrated Circuit

DTA114ESTP
Transistor

RD5.1ESB2
Zener Diode Rd5. 1

RD9.1E
Zener Diode

BA15218F-XE
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Analog) XRA15

QETN1HM-106Z
CAPACITOR (10UF, 50V)

1SS133-T2
Diode MA165

2SA1037AK/QR/-X
TRANSISTOR

ERX12SJR33E
Unf.C. Resistor

DTC114ESTP
D. Transistor

QAX0413-001Z
Crystal

LC72136
Integrated Circuit (M)

VC4580L
Integrated Circuit NJM45

MA165TA
Discontinued E