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English MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM — Consists of CA - UXH35 and SP - UXH35 UX - H35 — CA - UXH35 SP - UXH35 — Consists of CA - UXH33 and SP - UXH33 UX - H33 — CA - UXH33 SP - UXH33 — Consists of CA - UXH30 and SP - UXH30 UX - H30 — CA - UXH30 SP - UXH30 MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use : Enter below the Model No . and Serial No . which are located either on the rear , bot - tom or side of the cabinet . Retain this information for future reference . Model No . Serial No . GVT0101 - 003A [ U , UJ ] COVER_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 1 03.4.7 , 11 : 41 AM
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Warnings , Cautions and Others CAUTION — ( standby / on ) button ! Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely ( all lamps and indications go off ) . The ( standby / on ) button in any position does not disconnect the mains line . • When the unit is on standby , the STANDBY lamp lights red . • When the unit is turned on , the STANDBY lamp goes off . The power can be remote controlled . CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : CAUTION 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes . 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . ( If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able to get out . ) • Do not place any naked flame sources , such as lighted candles , on the apparatus . • When discarding batteries , environmental problems must be considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly . • Do not expose this apparatus to rain , moisture , dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids , such as vases , shall be placed on the apparatus . G - 1 SAFETY_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 1 03.4.7 , 6 : 05 PM
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IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS REPRODUCTION OF LABELS 1 CLASSIFICATION LABEL ON EXTERIOR SURFACE 2 WARNING LABEL INSIDE THE UNIT ADVARSEL : Usynlig laser - VARO : Avattaessa ja suo - CAUTION : Invisible laser VARNING : Osynlig laser - stråling ved åbning , når jalukitus ohitettaessa olet radiation when open and strålning när denna del är sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude alttiina näkymättömälle interlock failed or defeated . öppnad och spärren är af funktion . Undgå udsæt - lasersäteilylle . Älä katso AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE urkopplad . Betrakta ej telse for stråling ( d ) säteeseen . ( f ) TO BEAM . ( e ) strålen . ( s ) 1 . CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2 . CAUTION : 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 qualified service personnel . CAUTION : Proper Ventilation To avoid risk of electric shock and fire , and to prevent damage , locate the apparatus as follows : 1 Front : No obstructions and open spacing . 2 Sides / Top / Back : No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below . 3 Bottom : Place on a level surface . Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand with a height of 10 cm or more . Front view Side view 15 cm 15 cm 1 cm 1 cm 15 cm 15 cm UX - H35 UX - H33 UX - H30 15 cm 10 cm UX - H35 / UX - H33 / UX - H30 G - 2 SAFETY_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 2 03.4.7 , 6 : 06 PM
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Introduction English 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 About This Manual • When unplugging the unit from the wall outlet , always pull on the plug , not the AC power cord . This manual is organized as follows : • The manual mainly explains operations using the DO NOT handle the AC power cord with buttons on the remote control . wet hands . You can use the buttons both on the remote control and on the main unit for the same operations if they have the same or similar names Moisture condensation ( or marks ) , unless mentioned otherwise . Moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit in • Basic and common information that is the same for the following cases : many functions is grouped in one place , and is not • After starting heating in the room repeated for each procedure . For instance , we do not • In a damp room repeat the information about turning on / off the unit , • If the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm setting the volume , changing the sound effects , and place others , which are explained in the section “ Common Should condensation occur , the unit may malfunction . Operations ” on pages 10 and 11 . In this case , leave the unit turned on for a few hours • The following symbols are used in this manual : until the moisture evaporates , unplug the AC power cord , then plug it in again . Gives you warning and caution to prevent damage or risk of fire / electric shock . Others Furthermore , it gives you information • Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the unit , about what is not good for obtaining unplug the power cord and consult your dealer the best possible performance from the before operating any further . unit . • If you are not going to operate the unit for an extended period of time , unplug the power cord . Gives you information and hints you should know . DO NOT disassemble the unit since there are no user serviceable parts inside . Precautions If anything goes wrong , unplug the 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 and 35 ˚ C . • Install the unit in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat buildup in the unit . • Leave sufficient distance between the unit and the TV . • Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid interference with TV . DO NOT install the unit in a location near heat sources , or in a place subject to direct sunlight , excessive dust or vibration . 1 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 1 03.4.7 , 11 : 45 AM
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Contents English Location of the Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Main Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Supplied Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Connecting Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Connecting Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Connecting Other Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Adjusting the Voltage Selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Common Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Turning On the Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Adjusting the Tone ( Bass / Treble ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Reinforcing the Bass Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Tuning in to a Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Presetting Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Tuning in to a Preset Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Playing Back Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Playing Back the Entire Disc — Normal Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Basic Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Programming the Playing Order of the Tracks — Program Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Playing at Random — Random Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Repeating Tracks — Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Playing Back Tapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Playing Back a Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Recording on a Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Disc Direct Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 One Track Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Using the Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Using Daily Timer and Recording Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Using Snooze Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Using Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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Location of the Buttons English Become familiar with the buttons on your unit . Main Unit Top view PHONES 1 2 COMPACT 7 DIGITAL AUDIO 3 8 TIMER / SNOOZE 4 OPEN 9 MULTI CONTROL ONE TOUCH AHB PRO REC 4 ¢ 7 VOLUME BAND p 5 AUX TAPE TUNER CD 6 Front view q STANDBY r MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM w e t 3 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 3 03.4.7 , 11 : 45 AM
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Continued English Display window 1 2 3 4 6 7 5 8 BASS SLEEP SNOOZE REC ON 9 STEREO OFF CLOCK MONO REC p q 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 PROGRAM RANDOM ALL OVER r w e t See the pages in parentheses for details . Main unit Display window 1 PHONES jack ( 11 ) 1 Tape operation indicators REC ( recording ) , and 2 Disc cover • 23 ( tape direction ) , ( reverse mode ) 3 TIMER / SNOOZE button ( 10 , 20 – 22 ) 2 ( timer ) indicator 4 ONE TOUCH REC ( recording ) button ( 18 , 19 ) ( standby / on ) button ( 10 , 11 , 21 ) 3 REC ( recording timer ) indicator 5 6 Source buttons 4 ON / OFF ( timer on - time / off - time ) indicators • AUX , @ # TAPE , BAND TUNER , and 5 CLOCK indicator BASS indicator # / 8 CD 6 SLEEP indicator 7 Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the SNOOZE 8 indicator unit . 9 MONO and STEREO indicators 7 MULTI CONTROL buttons p Main display • 4 ( reverse skip ) , 7 ( stop ) , and ¢ ( forward • Shows the source name , frequency , etc . skip ) q Track calender indicators 8 AHB ( Active Hyper Bass ) PRO button ( 11 ) w PROGRAM indicator 9 0 OPEN ( disc cover open ) button ( 14 ) e RANDOM indicator p VOLUME + / – buttons ( 11 ) r Repeat indicators q Display window and ALL • w STANDBY lamp ( 11 ) t OVER indicator e Cassette holder r Remote sensor t ) ( cassette holder open ) button ( 17 – 19 ) 4 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 4 03.4.7 , 11 : 45 AM
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English Remote Control See the pages in parentheses for details . 1 Number buttons 2 BASS button ( 11 ) 3 Multi control buttons STANDBY / ON UP , 4 ( reverse skip ) , 7 ( stop ) , ¢ • 1 3 2 DOWN ( forward skip ) , and 8 4 SET button ( 13 ) 4 5 6 DISPLAY 5 Source buttons 9 • 3 / 8 CD , 23 TAPE , TUNER , and AUX 1 CLOCK 7 9 8 / TIMER Pressing one of these buttons also turns on the p unit . 10 10 SLEEP 6 REV.MODE ( reverse mode ) button ( 17 – 19 ) q 7 PRGM ( program ) button ( 15 ) UP BASS TREBLE button ( 11 , 21 ) 8 STANDBY / ON w 2 9 DISPLAY button ( 10 ) p CLOCK / TIMER button ( 10 , 20 , 21 ) 3 q SLEEP button ( 22 ) SET CANCEL DOWN w TREBLE button ( 11 ) e 4 e CANCEL button ( 16 ) TUNER AUX CD TAPE 5 r AUTO PRESET button ( 12 ) AUTO t FM MODE button ( 12 ) PRESET REV.MODE FM MODE y REPEAT button ( 16 ) r 6 u RANDOM button ( 16 ) t REPEAT RANDOM PRGM i AHB ( Active Hyper Bass ) PRO button ( 11 ) y 7 o VOLUME + / – button ( 11 ) u AHB PRO i o VOLUME STANDBY MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM When using the remote control , point it at the remote sensor on the front panel . 5 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 5 03.4.7 , 11 : 45 AM
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Getting Started Continued English To connect an outdoor FM antenna Supplied Accessories Before connecting the antenna , disconnect the supplied FM antenna . Make sure that you have all the following items . The number in parentheses indicates the quantity of each piece supplied . Outdoor FM antenna • AM loop antenna ( 1 ) ( not supplied ) • FM antenna ( 1 ) • AC power cord ( 1 ) • AC plug adapter ( 1 ) Coaxial cable ( not supplied ) • Remote control ( 1 ) • Batteries ( 2 ) If anything is missing , consult your dealer immediately . Connecting Antennas FM antenna A 75 Ω antenna with coaxial type connector ( IEC or DIN 45325 ) should be used . FM antenna ( supplied ) 1 Attach the FM antenna to the FM COAXIAL 75 Ω terminal . 2 Extend the FM antenna . 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 . 6 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 6 03.4.7 , 11 : 45 AM
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English AM antenna Connecting Speakers 1 1 2 Vinyl - covered wire ( not supplied ) Speaker cord Speaker cord 2 AM loop antenna ( supplied ) Right speaker Left speaker 1 Connect the AM loop antenna to the 1 Press and hold the clamp of the AM LOOP terminals as illustrated . speaker terminal on the rear of the unit . 2 Turn the AM loop antenna until you have the best reception . 2 Insert the end of the speaker cord into the terminal . Match the polarity between the unit and the To connect an outdoor AM antenna speaker terminals : ª to ª and · to · . When reception is poor , connect a single vinyl - covered wire to the AM EXT terminal and extend it 3 Release your finger from the clamp . horizontally . The AM loop antenna must remain connected . • DO NOT connect speakers while the power is on . For better reception of both FM and AM • DO NOT connect more than one speaker • Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other to each speaker teminal . terminals and connecting cords . • Keep the antennas away from metallic parts of the unit , connecting cords , and the power cord . IMPORTANT : Use only speakers with the same speaker impedance as shown on the speaker terminals on the rear of the unit . 7 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 7 03.4.7 , 11 : 46 AM
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Continued English To remove the speaker grilles Adjusting the Voltage Selector The speaker grilles are removable . Before plugging in the unit , set the correct voltage for your area with the voltage selector on the rear of the Projections unit . VO LTAG E Holes SELECTOR 230V 127V Voltage mark 110V Use a screwdriver to rotate the voltage selector so the voltage number the voltage mark is pointing at is the same as the voltage where you are plugging in the unit . Speaker grille ( See the back cover page . ) To remove the speaker grille , insert your fingers at DO NOT plug in before setting the voltage the top of the speaker grille , pull towards you . Then selector on the rear of the unit and all pull the bottom towards you . connection procedures are complete . To attach the speaker grille , follow the illustration above . NOW you are ready to plug in the unit and any other connected equipment . Connecting Other Equipment IMPORTANT : Be sure to check all connections to To connect an audio equipment be done before plugging the power cord . You can connect audio equipment — used only as a playback device . This unit can be supplied with power through the AC • DO NOT connect any equipment while IN connector ( at home ) or the DC IN connector ( in a the power is on . car ) . • DO NOT plug in any equipment until all • Do not connect the unit using the AC IN connector connections are complete . and the DC IN connector at the same time for safe and correct use . Be sure that the plugs of the audio cords are colored : White plugs and jacks are for left audio signals , and red ones for right audio signals . To connect the AC power cord AC power cord ( supplied ) AC IN R L L Audio equipment Connect the AC power cord to the AC IN connector R and a wall outlet . To audio output • If the wall outlet does not match the AC plug , use the supplied AC plug adaptor . For playing other equipment through this unit , connect between the audio output jacks on the other equipment and AUX jacks by using audio cords ( not supplied ) . 8 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 8 03.4.7 , 11 : 46 AM
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English When using the unit in your car Putting the Batteries into the Remote Control To car’s cigarette lighter socket ( 12 V ) Insert the batteries — R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) — into the remote control , by matching the polarity ( + and – ) on the batteries with the + and – markings on the battery compartment . When the remote control can no longer operate the unit , replace both batteries at the same time . 1 12V 4A Car adapter DC IN ( JVC model : CA - R120E ) R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) 2 Connect a car adapter to the DC IN ( 12 V , 4 A ) connector and the cigarette lighter socket . • DO NOT connect the car adapter to the cigarette lighter socket before connecting it to the DC IN connector . Otherwise , a short - circuit may occur if the adapter plug makes contact with any metal part inside 3 the car . • DO NOT use this unit for a long time in a car while the car ignition switch is turned “ OFF ” ( or set to “ ACC ” ) . Otherwise , the car battery will be exhausted . • 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 compartment when you are not going to use the remote control for an extended period of time . Otherwise , the remote control will be damaged from battery leakage . 9 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 9 03.4.7 , 11 : 46 AM
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Common Operations Continued English To check the clock time during play Setting the Clock On the remote control ONLY : Before operating the unit any further , first set the unit’s DISPLAY Press DISPLAY ( grey - colored ) . clock . When you plug in the power cord , the CLOCK • Each time you press the button , the indicator and “ 0 : 00 ” start flashing on the display . source indication and the clock time You can set the clock whether the unit is on or off . alternate on the display . • There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is canceled before you finish , start over 1 . from step • When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure On the remote control : occurs CLOCK The clock is reset to “ 0 : 00 ” right away . If this happens , set 1 Press CLOCK / TIMER . / TIMER the clock again . The hour digits start flashing on the • The clock may gain or lose 1 to 2 minutes per month display . If this happens , reset the clock . CLOCK To change the clock 1 Make sure the ( timer ) indicator is not lit on the display . • If it is lit , press and hold CLOCK / TIMER ( or UP TIMER / SNOOZE on the unit ) until it goes off . 2 Press UP or DOWN to 2 Press CLOCK / TIMER ( or TIMER / SNOOZE adjust the hour , then press DOWN on the unit ) repeatedly until the unit enters the CLOCK / TIMER . clock setting mode ( the hour digits start flashing The minute digits start flashing . on the display ) . First time you press CLOCK / TIMER ( or TIMER / CLOCK CLOCK SNOOZE on the unit ) , the unit enters the timer / TIMER setting mode . ( See page 20 . ) 2 and 3 of the procedure of 3 Repeat steps “ Setting the Clock . ” 3 Press UP or DOWN to adjust the 4 Press and hold CLOCK / TIMER ( or TIMER / minute , then press CLOCK / TIMER . SNOOZE on the unit ) again so that the ( timer ) indicator goes off . CLOCK Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz apart , and some countries use 10 kHz spacing . On the unit : When shipped , the built - in AM tuner is set to 9 kHz spacing . You can change it to 9 kHz or 10 kHz spacing TIMER / SNOOZE 1 Press TIMER / SNOOZE . only while the unit is on standby . The hour digits start flashing on the display . On the unit ONLY : To select 10 kHz intervals , press while holding ¢ . 2 Press ¢ or 4 to adjust the hour , then To select 9 kHz intervals , press TIMER / SNOOZE . press while holding 4 . The minute digits start flashing . TIMER / SNOOZE When you change the setting The preset stations are erased . You will need to preset the stations again . ( See page 12 . ) 3 Press ¢ or 4 to adjust the minute , then press TIMER / SNOOZE . 10 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 10 03.4.7 , 11 : 46 AM
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English Turning On the Power Adjusting the Tone ( Bass / Treble ) STANDBY / ON To turn on the unit , press You can adjust the bass level ( low frequency range ) STANDBY / ON and the treble level ( high frequency range ) within a ( or on the unit ) . range of – 5 to + 5 . The STANDBY lamp on the unit goes off . When shipped , the bass level set to “ BASS 0 ” and the • When you press the source button treble level set to “ TREBLE + 1 . ” — 3 / 8 CD , 23 TAPE , TUNER ( or • This function only affects the playback sound , and BAND TUNER on the unit ) and AUX , the unit does not affect your recording . automatically turns on and starts playback if the • There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If source is ready . the setting is canceled before you finish , start over 1 . To turn off the unit ( standby ) , press from step ( or on the unit ) again . STANDBY / ON On the remote control ONLY : The STANDBY lamp on the unit lights on . • The CLOCK indicator and “ 0 : 00 ” flash on the 1 Press BASS to adjust the bass level or display until you set the built - in clock . After setting press TREBLE to adjust the treble the clock , the clock time will appear on the display level . while the unit is on standby . BASS TREBLE • A little power is always consumed even while the unit is on standby . To switch off the power supply completely , unplug UP the power cord . 2 Press UP to increase the level or press DOWN to decrease it . DOWN When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure occurs The clock is reset to “ 0 : 00 ” right away , while the tuner preset stations ( see page 12 ) will be erased in a few days . Reinforcing the Bass Sound You can reinforce the bass sound to maintain rich , full bass at low volume — Active Hyper Bass Pro . Adjusting the Volume • This function only affects the playback sound , and does not affect your recording . You can adjust the volume level only while the unit is turned on . The volume level can be adjusted between AHB PRO To get the effect , press AHB PRO so “ VOL MIN ” and “ VOLUME 1 ” – “ VOLUME 40 BASS that the indicator lights up on the ( VOL MAX ) . ” display . • Each time you press the button , the Press VOLUME + to increase the bass reinforcement alternates between on ( AHB ON ) volume or press VOLUME – to and off ( AHB OFF ) . decrease it . To cancel the effect , press AHB PRO again so that the VOLUME BASS indicator goes off . For private listening Connect headphones to the PHONES jack . No sound comes out of the speakers . Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on headphones . DO NOT turn the unit off ( standby ) with the volume set to an extremely high level ; otherwise , the sudden blast of sound can damage your hearing , speakers and / or headphones when you turn on the unit or start playing any source next time . REMEMBER you cannot adjust the volume level while the unit is on standby . 11 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 11 03.4.7 , 11 : 46 AM
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Listening to FM and AM Broadcasts Continued English Tuning in to a Station Presetting Stations You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations — using either automatic presetting or manual presetting . TUNER 1 Press TUNER ( or BAND In some cases , test frequencies have been already TUNER on the unit ) to select memorized for the tuner since the factory examined the the band . tuner preset function before shipment . This is not a The unit automatically turns on and BAND malfunction . tunes in to the previously received TUNER station — either FM or AM . To preset stations automatically — Automatic • Each time you press the button , the presetting band alternates between FM and AM . You need to preset stations separately for the FM and AM bands . 2 Press and hold ¢ or On the remote control ONLY : 4 for more than 1 TUNER 1 Press TUNER to select the second . band . The unit starts searching for The unit automatically turns on and stations and stops when a station of sufficient tunes in to the previously received signal strength is tuned in . station — either FM or AM . • If a program is broadcast in stereo , the • Each time you press the button , the band STEREO indicator lights up . alternates between FM and AM . To stop searching , press ¢ or 4 . AUTO 2 Press and hold AUTO PRESET PRESET for more than 2 seconds . When you press ¢ or 4 briefly and Local stations with strong signals are repeatedly The frequency changes step by step . searched for and stored in memory automatically . When automatic presetting is over , the station stored in preset number 1 is tuned in . • Storing new stations erase the previously stored To change the FM reception mode one . On the remote control ONLY : FM MODE When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to store stations receive or noisy , press FM MODE so that for the other band . the MONO indicator lights up on the display . Reception will improve . To restore the stereo effect , press FM MODE again When you cannot automatically store stations you want so that the MONO indicator goes off . In stereo mode , Stations with weak signals cannot be detected with automatic you can hear stereo sound when a stereo program is presetting . To store such stations , use manual presetting . broadcast . 12 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 12 03.4.7 , 11 : 47 AM
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English To preset stations manually — Manual presetting To tune in to a preset station directly using the You need to preset stations separately for the FM and number buttons AM bands . On the remote control ONLY : • There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If 3 1 2 Pressing the number button ( s ) the setting is canceled before you finish , start over allows you to select the preset from step 2 . 6 4 5 number you want . Ex . : For preset number 5 , press 5 . 9 7 8 On the remote control ONLY : For preset number 15 , press 10 10 1 Tune in to the station you want to + 10 , then 5 . For preset number 20 , press preset . + 10 , then 10 . • See “ Tuning in to a Station ” on page 12 . For preset number 30 , press SET + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . 2 Press SET . UP 3 Press UP or DOWN to select a preset number . DOWN 4 Press SET again . The tuned station in step 1 is stored in the preset 3 . number selected in step • Storing a new station on a used number erases the previously stored one . When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure occurs The tuner preset stations will be erased in a few days . If this happens , preset the stations again . Tuning in to a Preset Station On the remote control ONLY : TUNER 1 Press TUNER to select the band . The unit automatically turns on and tunes in to the previously received station — either FM or AM . • Each time you press the button , the band alternates between FM and AM . UP 2 Press UP or DOWN to select a preset number . DOWN 13 EN01 - 13_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 13 03.4.7 , 11 : 47 AM
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Playing Back Discs Continued English This unit has been designed to play back the following 3 Close the disc cover gently . discs — CD , CD - R , and CD - RW . CD 4 Press 3 / 8 CD . When playing a CD - R or CD - RW The unit automatically turns on and the User - edited CD - Rs ( CD - Recordable ) and CD - RWs first track of the disc starts playing . ( CD - ReWritable ) can be played only if they are Track number Elapsed playing time already “ finalized . ” REC • Usually you can play back your original CD - Rs or CD - RWs recorded in music CD format . However , sometimes they may not play depending on their 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 characteristics or recording conditions . OVER • Before playing CD - Rs or CD - RWs , read their • The track number that has already played instructions or cautions carefully . disappears from the track calender on the • Some CD - Rs or CD - RWs may not play on this unit display . because of their disc characteristics , damage or stain • The disc automatically stops when the last track on them , or if the player’s lens is dirty . has finished playing . • CD - RWs may require a longer readout time . This is because the reflectance of CD - RWs is lower than for To stop playing , press 7 . regular discs . Total track number Total playing time General notes REC In general , you will have the best performance by keeping your discs and the mechanism clean . • Store discs in their cases , and keep them in cabinets 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 OVER or on shelves . • Keep the unit’s disc cover closed when not in use . To remove the disc , press 0 OPEN on the unit . Continued use of irregular shape discs ( heart - shape , octagonal , etc . ) can damage the unit . • If the disc cannot be read correctly ( because it is scratched , for example ) or an unreadable CD - R or CD - RW is inserted Playing Back the Entire Disc — Normal Play Playback will not start . • If no disc is inserted “ NO DISC ” appears on the display . 1 Press 0 OPEN on the unit . • If the loaded disc has more than 15 tracks OPEN The disc cover opens . The OVER indicator lights on the display . • You can insert a disc while listening to another source . DO NOT try to open the disc cover by hand 2 Place a disc correctly with its label side as it will be damaged . up . CORRECT INCORRECT 14 EN14 - 17_UX - H30 [ U ] ff.pm6 14 03.4.7 , 11 : 49 AM
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English Basic Disc Operations Programming the Playing Order of the Tracks — Program Play While playing a disc , you can do the following operations . You can arrange the order in which tracks play before you start playing . You can program up to 20 tracks . To stop playing for a moment During play , press 3 / 8 CD . CD On the remote control ONLY : While pausing , the elapsed playing time 1 Load a disc . flashes on the display . • If the current playing source is not the CD To resume playing , press 3 / 8 CD again . player , press 3 / 8 CD , then 7 before going to the next step . To go to another track Before or during play , press ¢ or PRGM 2 Press PRGM ( program ) . 4 repeatedly . The PROGRAM indicator lights up • ¢ : Skips to the beginning of the on the display . next or succeeding tracks . • 4 : Goes back to the beginning of the current or previous tracks . PROGRAM To go to another track directly using the number • If a program has been stored in memory , the buttons program is called up . On the remote control ONLY : UP 3 Press UP or DOWN 3 1 2 Pressing the number button ( s ) to select the track number , before or during play allows you 5 6 4 then press SET . DOWN to start playing the track number • You can select the track number you want . 9 7 8 directly using the number Ex . : For track number 5 , press 5 . button ( s ) . ( See “ To go to another 10 10 For track number 15 , press SET track directly using the number + 10 , then 5 . buttons . ” ) For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . For track number 32 , press + 10 , + 10 , + 10 , then 2 . Track number Program step number To locate a particular point in a track 4 Repeat step 3 to program other tracks During play , press and hold ¢ or you want . 4 . • ¢ : Fast - forwards the tracks . 5 Press 3 / 8 CD . • 4 : Fast - reverses the tracks . CD The tracks are played in the order you have programed . If you try to program a 21st track “ FULL ” will appear on the display . To stop playing , press 7 . PRGM To exit from Program Play , press PRGM ( program ) before or after playing . • The PROGRAM indicator goes off . 15 EN14 - 17_UX - H30 [ U ] ff.pm6 15 03.4.7 , 11 : 49 AM
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English To skip the current track , press ¢ . To check the program contents • You cannot go back to the previous You can check the program track by pressing 4 . contents by pressing ¢ or 4 before or after playback . To stop playing , press 7 . • ¢ : To check the contents in the programmed order . To exit from Random Play , press • 4 : To check the contents in the reverse order . RANDOM RANDOM before or after playing . Random Play is canceled and Normal Play To modify the program resumes . On the remote control ONLY : • The RANDOM indicator goes off . CANCEL Before or after playing , you can erase the last programed track by pressing CANCEL . • Each time you press the button , the last Repeating Tracks — Repeat Play programed track is erased from the program . You can have all the tracks , the program or individual track currently playing , repeat as many times as you like . To add tracks in the program before playing , simply select the track numbers you want to add by following On the remote control ONLY : 3 of the programming procedure . step REPEAT To repeat playing , press REPEAT before To erase the program , press 7 before or or during play . after playing . • Each time you press the button , Repeat • Pressing 0 OPEN to open the disc cover Play changes as follows , and the will also erase the programed tracks . following repeat indicator lights up on the display : ALL Playing at Random — Random Play Canceled : Repeats one track . The tracks will play in no particular order when you ALL : In Normal Play , repeats all the tracks . use this mode . In Program Play , repeats all the tracks in the program . On the remote control ONLY : In Random Play , repeats all the tracks in 1 Load a disc . random order . • If the current playing source is not the CD player , press 3 / 8 CD , then 7 before going to To cancel Repeat Play , press REPEAT repeatedly the next step . until the repeat indicator goes off . RANDOM • Repeat Play remains in effect even when you select 2 Press RANDOM . another play mode ( Normal , Program or Random The RANDOM indicator lights up on Play ) . the display . cannot be selected . If has • In Random Play , been selected when you press RANDOM , it is CD 3 Press 3 / 8 CD . canceled . The tracks are randomly played . Random Play ends when all the tracks are played once . 16 EN14 - 17_UX - H30 [ U ] ff.pm6 16 03.4.7 , 11 : 50 AM
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Playing Back Tapes English You can play back type I tapes . If no cassette is inserted when you press 23 TAPE “ NO TAPE ” appears on the display . Playing Back a Tape To stop playing , press 7 . 1 Press ) for cassette deck on the unit . The cassette holder opens . To fast - wind to the left or to the right , press ¢ or 4 while the tape is not running . The tape direction indicator ( 3 or 2 ) starts flashing rapidly on the display . To remove the cassette , press ) on the unit . 2 Put a cassette in with the exposed part To play both sides — Reverse Mode of the tape down . You can set the deck to play just one side of a tape , both sides once , or both sides continuously . On the remote control ONLY : REV.MODE Press REV.MODE ( reverse mode ) . • Each time you press the button , the Reverse Mode changes as follows : 3 Close the cassette holder cover gently . : The deck automatically stops after playing both sides of the tape . Stops when playback in the 2 direction is finished . : The deck continues to play both sides of the tape until 7 is pressed . : The deck automatically stops after playing one side of the tape . The use of C - 120 or thinner tape is not TAPE 4 Press 23 TAPE . recommended , since characteristic The unit automatically turns on and deterioration may occur and this tape easily the tape starts playing . The tape jams in the pinch - rollers and the capstans . direction indicator ( 3 or 2 ) flashes slowly on the display . • Each time you press the button , the tape direction changes : 3 : plays the front side . 2 : plays the reverse side . When the tape plays to the end , the deck automatically stops if the Reverse Mode is set to or . ( See “ To play both sides — Reverse Mode . ” ) 17 EN14 - 17_UX - H30 [ U ] ff.pm6 17 03.4.7 , 11 : 50 AM
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Recording Continued English IMPORTANT : 2 Close the cassette holder gently and • It may be unlawful to record or play back check the recording direction for the copyrighted material without the consent of the tape . copyright owner . • If the tape direction is not correct , press 23 • The recording level is automatically set correctly , so TAPE twice then 7 to change the tape direction . it is not affected by the other sound settings . Thus , • If you want to record on both sides of a tape , see during recording you can adjust the sound you are “ To record on both sides — Reverse Mode . ” actually listening to without affecting the recording level . 3 Start playing the source — FM , AM or • If recordings you have made have excessive noise or auxiliary equipment connected to AUX static , the unit may be too close to a TV . Increase the jacks . distance between the TV and the unit . • When the source is the CD player , see “ Disc • You can use type I tape for recording . Direct Recording ” on page 19 . To protect your recording ONE TOUCH 4 Press ONE TOUCH REC Cassettes have two REC ( recording ) . small tabs on the REC The ( recording ) indicator back to protect from lights up on the display and recording starts . unexpected erasure or re - recording . To protect your recording , remove these tabs . To re - record on a protected tape , cover the holes with adhesive tape . • If no cassette is inserted when you press REC “ NO REC ” appears on the display . • If a protected tape is inserted when you press REC “ NO REC ” appears on the display . At the start and end of cassette tapes There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto . Thus , when recording discs or radio broadcasts , wind the leader tape To stop while recording , press 7 . first to ensure that the recording will be made without any loss . To remove the cassette , press ) on the unit . Recording on a Tape To record on both sides — Reverse Mode On the unit ONLY : On the remote control ONLY : 1 Put a recordable cassette in with the REV.MODE Press REV.MODE ( reverse mode ) exposed part of the tape down . repeatedly until or is lit . • When using the Reverse Mode for lights up and start recording , recording in the forward ( 3 ) direction first . Otherwise , recording will stop when recording is done only on one side ( reverse ) of the tape . 18 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 18 03.4.7 , 11 : 51 AM
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English To record on both sides — Reverse Mode Disc Direct Recording On the remote control ONLY : Everything on the disc goes onto the tape in the order it REV.MODE Press REV.MODE ( reverse mode ) is on the disc , or according to the order you have set in repeatedly until or is lit . Program Play . • When using the Reverse Mode for Disc lights up and start Direct Recording , On the unit ONLY : recording in the forward ( 3 ) direction first . When the tape reaches its end while recording a song in the 1 Put a recordable cassette in with the forward direction ( 3 ) , the last song will be re - exposed part of the tape down . recorded at the beginning of the reverse side ( 2 ) . If you start recording on the reverse side ( 2 ) , 2 Load a disc . recording will stop when recording is done only on • If the current playing source is not the CD one side ( reverse ) of the tape . player , press 3 / 8 CD , then 7 before going to the next step . When making Sleep Timer settings while doing — If you do not want pauses of about 4 seconds Disc Direct Recording recorded between selections , press 3 / 8 CD Set enough time to allow for the disc to finish playing ; twice . Otherwise , a non - recorded pause will otherwise , the power will go off before recording is be automatically inserted between selections . completed . • If you want to record on both sides of a tape , see “ To record on both sides — Reverse Mode . ” One Track Recording ONE TOUCH 3 Press ONE TOUCH REC REC ( recording ) . This recording method is convenient when you record REC The ( recording ) indicator tracks while playing the disc . You can record just your lights up on the display and recording starts . favorite songs on the tape . After recording , the CD player and cassette deck automatically stop . On the unit ONLY : 1 Put a recordable cassette in with the To stop while recording , press 7 . exposed part of the tape down . The tape stops after 4 seconds . 2 Play the track on the disc you wish to To remove the cassette , press ) on the record . unit . ONE TOUCH 3 Press ONE TOUCH REC REC ( recording ) . The CD player returns to the beginning of that track and the track is recorded on the tape . After recording , the CD player and cassette deck automatically stop . 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to record other tracks you want . To stop while recording , press 7 . The tape stops after 4 seconds . To remove the cassette , press ) on the unit . 19 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 19 03.4.7 , 11 : 51 AM
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Using the Timers Continued English There are four timers available — Daily Timer , 2 Set the on - time when you want the unit Recording Timer , Snooze Timer , and Sleep Timer . UP to turn on . Before using the timers , you need to set the unit’s On the remote control : clock ( see page 10 ) . DOWN 1 ) Press UP or DOWN to set the hour , then press CLOCK / TIMER . CLOCK Using Daily Timer and Recording Timer / TIMER UP or DOWN to set 2 ) Press the minute , then press You can set the timer whether the unit is on or off . CLOCK / TIMER . On the unit : How the timer actually works 1 ) Press ¢ or 4 to set the When the on - time comes , the unit automatically turns hour , then press TIMER / on ( the [ timer ] indicator flashes just before the on - SNOOZE . time and continues flashing while the timer is 2 ) Press ¢ or 4 to set the operating ) . Then , when the off - time comes , the unit TIMER / SNOOZE minute , then press automatically turns off ( standby ) . TIMER / SNOOZE . The timer setting remains in memory until you change it . The OFF indicator lights up and the unit enters off - time setting mode . ( timer ) indicator is lit on the display , • When the the timer acts as the Daily Timer . Once the timer has OFF been set , it will be activated at the same time everyday until the timer is turned off . ( timer ) and the REC indicators are lit • When the on the display , the timer acts as the Recording Timer . After the timer - recording finishes , the details of the 3 Set the off - time when you want the unit setting remain stored but the timer is turned off . to turn off ( standby ) . On the remote control : Before you start . . . UP or DOWN to set the hour , then 1 ) Press When using “ TUNER ” as the source to play , make press CLOCK / TIMER . sure to select the desired station before turning off the 2 ) Press UP or DOWN to set the minute , power . then press CLOCK / TIMER . • There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is canceled before you finish , start over On the unit : 1 . from step 1 ) Press ¢ or 4 to set the hour , then press TIMER / SNOOZE . CLOCK 1 Press CLOCK / TIMER / TIMER 2 ) Press ¢ or 4 to set the minute , then press ( or TIMER / SNOOZE on TIMER / SNOOZE . the unit ) . The unit enters the timer selecting mode . The ( timer ) and the ON TIMER / SNOOZE indicators light up and the current on - time flashes on the display . The unit enters on - time setting mode . ON 20 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 20 03.4.7 , 11 : 51 AM
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English UP 4 Select the timer ( Daily 6 Adjust the clock if you need . • See “ Setting the Clock ” on page 10 . Timer or Recording Timer ) DOWN with the source to play . STANDBY / ON 7 Press STANDBY / ON On the remote control : ( or on the unit ) to turn Press UP or DOWN to CLOCK / TIMER select the timer , then press off the unit ( standby ) if you CLOCK / TIMER . have set the timer with the unit turned on . On the unit : • When the timer turns on the unit , the ( timer ) Press ¢ or 4 to select the indicator starts flashing . ( If the Recording Timer timer , then press TIMER / SNOOZE . is selected in step 4 , the REC indicator also UP • Each time you press starts flashing . ) DOWN ( 4 ) , the ( ¢ ) or TIMER / SNOOZE timer mode and the source CLOCK change as follows : To deactivate the timer temporarily , / TIMER press and hold CLOCK / TIMER ( or REC TUNER TUNER TIMER / SNOOZE on the unit ) until ( timer ) indicator on the display the TAPE CD goes off . TIMER / SNOOZE TUNER : tunes in to the last station you were To activate or change the timer listening to . ( Daily Timer ) ( with the previous setting ) , follow REC TUNER : records the last station you were 1 to 7 on pages 20 and 21 . steps listening to . ( Recording Timer ) • If you want to change the timer setting after the • Put a recordable cassette into the deck . Daily Timer be used , first deactivate the timer . CD : plays a disc . ( Daily Timer ) • Load a disc . TAPE : plays a tape . ( Daily Timer ) • Make sure that the tape is in the cassette • If the unit is turned on when the timer on - time comes deck . Timer does not work . • Make sure that the tape direction is • When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure correct . occurs The unit enters the volume level setting mode . The timer will be canceled . You need to set the clock first , then the timer again . 5 Select the volume level . On the remote control : Press UP or DOWN to set the volume level , then press CLOCK / TIMER . On the unit : Press ¢ or 4 to set the volume level , then press TIMER / SNOOZE . • You can select the volume level ( “ VOLUME – – ” and “ VOLUME 0 ” to “ VOLUME 40 ” ) . If you select “ VOLUME – – , ” the volume is set to the previous level when the unit was turned off . • To turn off the volume while the Recording REC TUNER ) is working , set the volume Timer ( level “ VOLUME 0 . ” The unit enters the clock setting mode . 21 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 21 03.4.7 , 11 : 51 AM
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English Using Snooze Timer Using Sleep Timer The Snooze Timer turns off the unit ( standby ) only for With the Sleep Timer , you can fall asleep to music . You 5 minutes while the Daily Timer is in operation . can set the Sleep Timer when the unit is turned on . • You can set the Snooze Timer only while the Daily Timer is in operation . How the Sleep Timer actually works The unit automatically turns off after the specified time TIMER / SNOOZE Press TIMER / SNOOZE on length passes . the unit ( or CLOCK / TIMER On the remote control ONLY : on the remote control ) while the Daily Timer is in operation . SLEEP CLOCK 1 Press SLEEP . / TIMER The unit turns off ( standby ) and the The time length until the shut - off time SNOOZE SLEEP indicator lights up on the display . appears and the indicator lights After 5 minutes , the unit automatically up on the display . turns on . • Each time you press the button , the time length changes as follows : SLEEP 10 SLEEP 20 SLEEP 30 SLEEP 60 SLEEP120 SLEEP 90 Canceled • If the unit is turned on when the Snooze Timer is working The Snooze Timer and the Daily Timer will be canceled . 2 Wait for about 5 seconds after • If you set the Snooze Timer when there is less than 5 specifying the time length . minutes until the Daily Timer off - time The unit will not turn on even when 5 minutes passed . • When you unplug the power cord or if a power failure To check the remaining time until the shut - off time , occurs press SLEEP once so that the remaining time until the The timer will be canceled . You need to set the clock first , shut - off time appears for about 5 seconds . then the timer again . To change the shut - off time , press SLEEP repeatedly until the desired time length appears on the display . To cancel the setting , press SLEEP repeatedly until SLEEP the indicator goes off . • The Sleep Timer is also canceled when you turn off the unit . • If you set the Sleep Timer after the Daily Timer starts playing the selected source The Daily Timer is canceled . When the Sleep Timer shut - off time comes , the unit will be turned off . • If you set the Sleep Timer after the Recording Timer starts recording The Recording Timer is canceled , but recording continues until the Sleep Timer shuts off the power . 22 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 22 03.4.7 , 11 : 52 AM
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Maintenance English To get the best performance from the unit , keep your discs , tapes , and mechanism clean . Cleaning the unit Handling cassette tapes • If the tape is loose in its cassette , • Stains on the unit take up the slack by inserting a Should be wiped off with a soft cloth . If the unit is pencil in one of the reels and heavily stained , wipe it with a cloth soaked in water - rotating . diluted neutral detergent and wrung well , then wipe • If the tape is loose , it may get clean with a dry cloth . stretched , cut , or caught in the cassette . • Since the unit may deteriorate in quality , become • Be careful not to touch the tape damaged or have its paint peel , be careful about surface . the following : • Avoid storing tapes in the following — DO NOT wipe it with a rough cloth . places : — DO NOT wipe it strongly . — In dusty places — DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine . — In direct sunlight or heat — DO NOT apply any volatile substances such as — In moist areas insecticides to it . — On a TV or speaker — DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in — Near a magnet contact with it for a long time . To keep the best recording and playback sound Handling discs • Remove the disc from its case by quality holding it at the edge while If the heads , capstans , and pinch rollers of the cassette pressing the center hole lightly . deck become dirty , the following will occur : • Do not touch the shiny surface of • Impaired sound quality the disc , or bend the disc . • Discontinuous sound • Put the disc back in its case after • Fading use to prevent warping . • Incomplete erasure • Difficulty in recording • Be careful not to scratch the To clean the heads , capstans , and pinch rollers surface of the disc when Use a cotton swab moistened with alcohol . placing it back in its case . • Avoid exposure to direct Capstans sunlight , temperature extremes , and moisture . To clean the disc Wipe the disc with a soft cloth Heads in a straight line from center to Pinch Rollers edge . To demagnetize the heads DO NOT use any solvent — such as conventional Turn off the unit , and use a head demagnetizer record cleaner , spray , thinner , or benzine — to clean ( available at electronics and audio shops ) . the disc . 23 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 23 03.4.7 , 11 : 52 AM
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Troubleshooting English 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 . Symptom Cause Action No sound is heard . • Connections are incorrect or • Check all connections and make loose . corrections . ( See pages 6 – 9 . ) • Headphones are connected . • Disconnect the headphones . Hard to listen to broadcasts because • Antennas are disconnected . • Reconnect the antennas correctly of noise . and securely . • The AM loop antenna is too close • Change the position and direction to the unit . of the AM loop antenna . • The FM antenna is not properly • Extend the FM antenna to the best extended and positioned . position . The disc does not play . The disc is placed upside down . Place the disc with the label side up . The disc sound is discontinuous . The disc is scratched or dirty . Clean or replace the disc . ( See page 23 . ) The cassette holder cannot be Power from the power cord has been Plug in the power cord , then turn on opened . cut off while the tape was running . the unit . Impossible to record . Small tabs on the back of the Cover the holes with adhesive tape . cassette are removed . Operations are disabled . The built - in microprocessor may Unplug the power cord and then malfunction due to external plug it back in . electrical interference . Unable to operate the unit from the • The path between the remote • Remove the obstruction . remote control . control and the remote sensor on the unit is blocked . • The batteries are exhausted . • Replace the batteries . Design and specifications are subject to change Specifications without notice . Amplifier Speaker Output Power : Speaker units : 20 W ( 10 W + 10 W ) at 4 Ω ( 10 % THD ) Full range : 8.0 cm cone x 1 Audio input sensitivity / Impedance ( at 1 kHz ) Impedance : 4 Ω AUX : 500 mV / 48.75 kΩ Dimensions ( approx . ) : Speakers / Impedance : 4 Ω 135 mm x 203 mm x 190 mm ( W / H / D ) Mass ( approx . ) : 1.7 kg each Tuner Supplied Accessories FM tuning range : 87.50 MHz – 108.00 MHz See page 6 . AM tuning range : AM 10 kHz intervals : 530 kHz – 1 710 kHz General AM 9 kHz intervals : 531 kHz – 1 710 kHz Power requirement : CD player AC IN : 110 V / 127 V / 230 V , Dynamic range : 85 dB adjustable with the voltage Signal - to - noise ratio : 90 dB selector , 50 Hz / 60 Hz Wow and flutter : Immeasurable DC IN : 12 V , 4 A Power consumption : 35 W ( at operation ) Cassette deck 3.0 W ( on standby ) Frequency response : Dimensions ( approx . ) : Normal ( type I ) : 50 Hz – 15 000 Hz 412 mm x 208 mm x 275 mm ( W / H / D ) Wow and flutter : 0.15 % ( WRMS ) Mass ( approx . ) : 6.5 kg 24 EN18 - 24_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 24 03.4.7 , 11 : 52 AM
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Mains ( AC ) Line Instruction ( not applicable for Europe , U.S.A . , Canada , Australia , and U.K . ) IMPORTANT for mains ( AC ) line BEFORE PLUGGING IN , do check that your mains ( AC ) line voltage corresponds with the position of the VO LTAG E voltage selector switch provided on the outside of this equipment and , if different , reset the voltage selector SELECTOR switch , to prevent from a damage or risk of fire / electric shock . 230V 127V 110V VOLTAGE SELECTOR 230V 127V 110V AC IN 12V 4A DC IN VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN , LIMITED EN , CS 0403MWMMDWJEM © 2003 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN , LIMITED COVER_UX - H30 [ U ] f.pm6 2 03.4.7 , 11 : 41 AM
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LAMP

2SA1175(FE)-T
Silicon. Transistor

QRE141J-102Y
Carbon Resistor QRD16

2SC3576-JVC-T
Silicon. Transistor

QAX0711-002Z
Metal Resonator

VKS1165-00G
Chassis Base VKS11

OPTIMA-5J
PICKUP, OPTICAL

VKS1165-00N
Chassis Base

VKY4180-001
CASS SPRING (DOOR B)

VKY4180-401
Holder Spring

VKS1165-00L
Chassis B. Assembly

QSW0832-001
Push Switch

QSW0859-001
Lever Switch

LV41843-001A
Caution Label

KSM-213CCMJ
CD MECHANISM

VKS5603-00G
Main Pulley

VKS1166-003
Control Cam

VKB3000-178
BELT (CAPSTAN)

WDL214025
Washer

VKW5301-001
Spring

E409182-001SM
Earth Terminal

VKF3205-00B
FLYWHEEL

VKS3786-00G
Clutch Assembly

LV42234-001ASA
Parts Kit

VKS5603-00H
Pulley

VKS1166-004
Discontinued Rol Cam

GV40077-002A
JVC Mark

QMA431B-V01
DC JACK

QNN0090-001
Pin Jack

QMPL060-183-JD
Power Cord

QRE141J-471Y
Carbon Resistor QRD16

1N4148M-T2
Silicon. Diode 1 SS13

NRSA63J-121X
Jvc Nrsa63J-121X M.G.Resistor

QCBB1HK-331Y
CER.CAPACITOR-S

QDYB1CM-103Y
CER.CAPACITOR

QRE141J-333Y
Carbon Resistor

QRE141J-101Y
Carbon Resistor

KTA1271/OY/-T
Silicon. Transistor

2SD2144S/UV/-T
TRANSISTOR

QDYB1CM-103
CAPACITOR

RD15E
ZENER DIODE

QFVF1HJ-104Z
Mf Capacitor

NRSA63J-394X
M.G. Resistor

QRE141J-302Y
Carbon Resistor

KRA102S-X
Digi. Transistor

QAL0457001
ANTENNA, FM WIRE

EWP503-001C
ANTENNA, WIRE FM

LV41741-001A
Special Screw

VKW5284-002
Swing Spring

2SC1623/5-6/-X
Silicon. Transistor

GV40384-001A
Filter

EQB4001-015
ANTENNA (LOOP) BAR/LOOP

QRD161J-104
Resistor QRD16

NCB31HK-103AY
Cer. Capacitor

MTZ8.2JC
D411/D411/D412

MN662748RPMFA
Integrated Circuit (Digi-Mos)

QNA0016-001
JACK (DC IN)

VKR4761-003
Motor Pulley

LV42836-001A
Capstan Belt

WDL173525-6
Washer

WDL183425
Washer

LA4663
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Ana)

NDC31HJ-151X
Jvc Ndc31Hj-151X Cer.Capacitor

NCB31HK-102X
Jvc Ncb31Hk-102X Cer.Capacitor

NCB31HK-103X
Jvc Ncb31Hk-103X C Cap

NCB31HK-222X
Jvc Ncb31Hk-222X Cer.Capacitor-M

NCB31CK-104X
Jvc Ncb31Ck-104X Cer.Capacitor-M

NCB31CK-473X
Jvc Ncb31Ck-473X Cer.Capacitor-M

NRSA63J-823X
Jvc Nrsa63J-823X M.G.Resistorr

NRSA63J-151X
Jvc Nrsa63J-151X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-182X
Jvc Nrsa63J-182X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-331X
Jvc Nrsa63J-331X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-101X
RESISTOR, 100 Ohm 1/16 W

QRE141J-103Y
Carbon Resistor

NRSA63J-472X
Metal Glaze Resistor

NRSA63J-563X
Jvc Nrsa63J-563X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-182NY
M.G. Resistor

QET61AM-476
E. Capacitor

11ES2-T2
DIODE.SI

QETN1CM-476Z
Al E. Capacitor

NRSA63J-183X
Jvc Nrsa63J-183X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-392X
Jvc Nrsa63J-392X M.G.Resistor

QRE141J-154Y
Carbon Resistor

QQL244K-100Z
Peaking Coil

QETN1EM-476Z
E. Capacitor

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

QETL1EM-476
CAPACITOR

QETN1EM-476
E. Capacitor

NRSA63J-272X
Jvc Nrsa63J-272X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-152X
R61 ON MAIN

NDC31HJ-180X
Jvc Ndc31Hj-180X Cer.Capacitor

2SC3928A/QR/-X
Transistor

QFLC1HJ-563Z
JVC Qflc1Hj- 563Z Mylar Capacitor

QETC1VM-107Z
E. Capacitor Qte1V

MTZJ5.1B-T2
ZENER DIODE USE # RD15E

XRA15218F-X
Integrated Circuit

RD5.1ESB2
Zener Diode Rd5. 1

BA15218F-XE
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Analog) XRA15

QETN1AM-107Z
Al E. Capacitor

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

1SS133-T2
Diode MA165

NRSA63J-222X
Jvc Nrsa63J-222X M.G.Resistor

NRSA63J-102X
Jvc Nrsa63J-102X M.G.Resistor

QETN1CM-107Z
Al E. Capacitor Qetc1

DTC114ESTP
D. Transistor

2SC2412K/R/-X
Silicon. Transistor

QAX0413-001Z
Crystal

LC72136
Integrated Circuit (M)

LC75342
Integrated Circuit (Digi-Mos)

NRSA63J-103X
R60.R541 ON MAIN

MA165TA
Discontinued E

LV42034-001A
Capstan Belt