STEREO CASSETTE DECK RECEIVER

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Instructions : FILE-TYPE COMPACT DISC PLAYER PD-PS40F

one SPEAKER SYSTEM

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Thank you for buying this PIONEER product. DEMO Function:

Please read through these operating instructions so you ® After completing system connections, confirm that

will know how to operate your model properly. After you the power is turned OFF, then press the FUNCTION

have finished reading the instructions, put them away (DEMO)} button; the unit will turn on and enter the

in a safe place for future reference. DEMO (demonstration) mode. When the demo

In some countries or regions, the shape of the power mode is set, the display will show the wide variety

plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that of system functions

shown in the explanatory drawings. However, the @ If CDs are loaded in the rolling rack P.18), you can

method of connecting and operating the unit is the same. listen to the CD playback at the same time. However, since random playback (¢® P.22) is selected in this

WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK mode, no sound will be produced from disc numbers

HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN where no disc is actually loaded.

OR MOISTURE, ®@ To cancei the demo mode, turn the power OFF, or

press the FUNCTION button once again.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE This product is for general household purposes, Any | |

[For US. and Canadian models) failure due to use for other than household purposes The serial number for this equipment is located on the {such as long-term use for business purposes in a rear panei, Please write this serial number on your enclosed warranty card and keep it in a secure area. This

restaurant or use in a car or ship} and which requires repair will be charged for even during the warranty

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is for your security. _beriod,

a ae _— —$—_-_- —— cnt “This product complies with the Radio Interference | ! THE POWER SwitcH 1S SECONDARY CONNECTED \ requirements of the EC (European Community} | | AND THEREFORE DOES NOT SEPARATE THE UNIT | pebiecive 87/308EEC.” | le mee MAINS! POWER IN eLANeY FORIION: i

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‘IMPORTANT

The lightning flash with srrowhead. within an equileteral inangie, is intended to alert the user to the presence of

insulated “dangerous vohage” within the product's } enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of alvetric shock to persons.

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO.NOTOPEN

CAUTION:

TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER IOR BACK). NO USER- SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

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The exclamation point within an equi

leis intended to alert tha user fo the presence of important operating and maintenance (secvicing) insteuctions in the erature accompanying the appliance

" IMPORTANT

FOR USE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

| The wires it: this mains jead are coloured in accordance with the fallowing code:

Blue: Neutrat

Brown : tive ff the plug provided is unsuitable fer your socket out Jets, the plug must be cut off and a suitable plug | fisted

The cut-off plug should be disposed of and must not be inserted into any 13 amp socket as this can fesult in etectric shock, The plug or adaptor of tne distribution panei should be provided with § amp fuse. As the cclours of the wires in the mains iaad of this appiiance may not correspond with coloured markings identifying the terminsis in yeur piag, proceed as follows:

to the terminal wnich is marked wi coloured black.

The wire which is coloured brown must de connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L oF colournd rad.

Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal of 2 ihrae pin plug.

NOTE After replacing or changing a fuse, the fuse cover ‘nthe plug must Se replaced with a fuse cover which correspones to the colour of the insurt in the base of the plug or the ward that is embossed on the tase of the plug, and the apriliance must not bo used withou: a fuse cover. If lost, replacement fuse covers can be obtained team your dealer,

Only 5 A tuses approved by BSI. or AS.TA, to B.S. 1362 should be used

READ INSTRUCTIONS ~ Ail the safety ang operating instructions should be read before the appliance operated.

RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS - The safety snd operating instructions should be retained tor future reference,

HEED WARNING - All wareings on the appliance anc in the operating insteuctions should be adhered to.

FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ~ Ail operating and use instructions should be folowed

WATER AND MOISTURE - The appliance shouta act be used near water » for example, near 8 bathtub, washoow!, kitchen sink, faundry tub. in a wet basement, or neat a swimming pool, etc

LOCATION™ The spnlianee shail te installed iA a stabs tocation

WALL GR CEILING MOUNTING - The appliance should not be mountea to 4 wail of cailing

VENTILATION - The appliance should be sauated so that its location or position Goes not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, ine appliance should not be situated or 2 bed, sofa, rug, or simicar surface that may block the ventilation openings: or. placed in a builtin installation, such as & bookcase oF cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings.

HEAT The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat cegisters. stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers: that produce heat.

POWER SOURCES - The appliance should ne connected to 8 power supply atly of ihe type described in the operating instructions or as marked of the appliance

POWER-CORD PROTECTION ~ Power-supoly cords should be routed so that they are not likely t0 watked on of pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to coras at plugs, convenience receptacies, and ihe point where they #xit from the apptiance

POLARIZATION - if your purchased product 1s

| provided witi a poianzec power plug, please reac

the following instructions. This product is equipped ith 8 polarized alternating current fine plug ta plug having one blade wider than the other). This will fit inta the power outiet only ane way. This is a safety feature, If you are unable to insert the piug Jully into the outiet, ry eeversing the plug. H the plug shouid still fail 1 fit, contact your electrician to fepiace your obsolete outlet. Oo not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized piu CLEANING - The appliance should be ciganed on

‘with a polishing cloth or a soft dry cloth, Never 2, insecticides or hey may corrode the

clean with furniture wax, other volatile tiquias since eabinet

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-_ SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

POWER LINES - An outdoor antenna should be located away from power ines.

NONUSE PERIODS - The power cord of the appiience shouid be unplugged from the autiet when fett unused for a long period of time.

OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY - Care should be taken 80 that objects do net fall and fiavids are not spilled into the anctosure through openings

DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE ~ The appliance should be serviced by a Pioneer authorized service center or qualified service personne! when:

© The power-supply cord or the plug has teen damaged

© Objects have fallen, or liquid has deen spilled into the appliarice:

© The appliance nes been exnosed 10 rain,

© The appliance does not appaar to operate normally of exnibits a marked change in pertormance,

© The appliance has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.

SERVICING ~ The user should not attempt to service the appliance neyord that descrived in the

operating instructions. Ail ctner servicing should nel.

be reterred to qualified service perso

ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT

POWER SEI

4 ANTENNA LEADIN WARE

ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810 20)

GROUNDING CONDUCTORS NEC SECTION 819 219

ROUND CLAMPS,

VICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM FGA INEC ART 286, PART Hi

OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING - If an outside antenna is connected to the antenne terrninal, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to Provide some protection against vohage surges and built-up static charges th the USA section 810 of she National Electrical Cade, ANSYNFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the fead:in wire to 4n antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements tor the grounding electrode. Sea Fig. A,

CART - An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care, Quick stops, excessive force, and Uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination te oversurn

—e NEC NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE

; [FOR U.S. AND MULTI-VOLTAGE MODELS] CAUTION

in hazardous radiation exposure.

© Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result

| © The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.

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[FOR U.K. MODELS]

CAUTION

This product contains a laser diode of higher class than 1. To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access ; to the inside of the product.

Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.

The following caution label appears on your player.

Location: rear of the player

CLASS 1

LASER PRODUCT

te . | Information to user

Alteration or modifications carried out without appropriate authorization may invalidate the users right to operate the equipment.

This equipment has been tested

~ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

~ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

is Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for heip.

d and found to comply with the timits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. 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 communications However, there is no guarantee that interference wilt not occur in a particular installa- tion. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

~ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circult different from that to which the receiver is connected

LINE VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH

Only multi-voltage models are provided with this switch, U.S., Canadian, U.K. and Australian models are not provided with this switch. Mains voltages in Saudi Arabia are 127V and 220V only. Never use this model at the 110V setting in Saudi Arabia.

Before your model is shipped from the factory, this switch is set to the power requirements of the destina- tion; nevertheless, you should check that it is set prop- erly before plugging the power cord into the wall out- let.

1. Disconnect the power cord.

2. Use a medium-size screwdriver.

3. insert the screwdriver into the groove on the voltage selector, and adjust so that the tip of the arrow points to the voltage value of your area.

VOLTAGE SELECTOR

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220-240V 410-127V

<CD Piayer>

«Stereo cassette deck receiver>

POWER-CORD CAUTION

Handle the power cord by the plug, Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock. Oo not piace the unit, a piece of furniture, etc., on the power card, or pinch the cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be routed such that they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord once in a while. When you find it damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement.

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| CONTENTS

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TRANSPORTATION SCREW

TRANSPORTATION SCREW ... CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLIN CONFIRM SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES... LOADING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING RANGE CONNECTIONS CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS SETTING THE CURRENT TIME TURNING ON THE POWER...... TO LISTEN TO RADIO (FM/AM) BROADCASTS SIMPLE RADIO RECEPTION INSTRUCTIONS (FM/AM)... cccccrceeseeseesteeenerneneenee 16 CAUTIONS REGARDING COMPACT DISC HANDLING HOW TO HANDLE CASSETTE TAPES . TO LISTEN TO A COMPACT DISC (CD). CONVENIENT CD FUNCTIONS... TO LISTEN TO A CASSETTE TAPE TO RECORD ON CASSETTE DECK I TO RECORD FROM DECK | TO DECK I! (TAPECOPYING) criss ccsnins nea tite ised da eidaistiaae RECORDING FROM A CD TO CASSETTE TAPE AUTOMATED EDIT RECORDING (A.S.E.S. USING THE A.S.E.S, FUNCTION... SOUND FIELD EFFECTS... SELECTING ONE OF THE 3 PRESET SOUND FIELD MODES... USING THE STEREO WIDE MODE USING THE ONE-TOUCH KARAOKE FUNCTION USING THE FUNCTION TIMER SLEEP TIMER WAKE-UP TIMER 5-MINUTE SNOOZE TIMER TIMER RECORDING . MAINTENANCE.. TROUBLESHOOTIN SPECIFICATIONS

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in order to protect the inside of the CD player from the vibration and shocks during transportation, the internal mechanism is fixed with the transportation screws, Before using the CD player, remove the three trans- portation screws located on the bottom panel by turn- ing the screws counter-clockwise with a phillips or flat- biade screwdriver.

If the CD player is placed with the top panel down and the screws are removed, the internal mechanism will fall. Be sure to place the CD player with left side panel down and remove the screws (red x 3). Before tilting the CD player, confirm that no discs are inserted in the CD player.

Transportation screws {red)

| Retain all screws as they will be necessary when the | CD player is to be transported.

| Never remove any screws other than the trans- | portation screws.

@ When retransporting the CD player in the future, remove all discs in the CD player and Close all Rolling Racks (e® P.18). Turn off the POWER STANDBY/ON switch and leave the CD player in STANDBY mode for 10 seconds or more. And then, tighten the trans- portation screws by turning them clockwise with a phillips or flat-blade screwdriver until they stop. Be careful not to tighten the screws too firmly. When tightening the screws, place the CD player with left side panel down.

Power flows continually to this outlet, regardless of whether cassette deck receiver is switched ON or OFF. Electrical power consumption of the connect- ed equipment should not exceed 100 W. The equip- ment should be disconnected by removing the mains plug from the wall socket when in not in reg- ular use, e.g. when on vacation.

NOTE:

Do not connect appliance with higt power con- sumption such as heaters, irons or television sets to the AC OUTLET in oder to avoid overheating or fire risk.

This can cause the cassette deck receiver to mal- function.

_ CAUTIONS REGARDING HANDLING

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PRECAUTIONS REGARDING INSTALLATION

Install the unit in a well-ventilated location where it will not be exposed to high temperatures or humidity.

*@ Such noise may be Particularly noticeable when an indoor antenna is used. In such a case, make use of an outdoor antenna, or turn off Power to the unit.

e Please place this unit on a level surface.

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CONDENSATION

* Avoid damp or dusty environments.

e Placing and using the unit for long periods on heat- generating sources will affect performance. Avoid locating the unit near heaters or in direct sunlight. Avoid locations exposed to steam or oily smoke (e.g., from cooking), or in locations exposed to heat. Install the unit as far away as possible from your TV. installation in close proximity to such equipment may cause noise or degradation of the picture.

When this unit is brought into a warm room from pre- viously cold surroundings or when the room tempera- ture rises sharply, condensation may form inside, and the unit may not be able to attain its full performance, To prevent this, allow the unit to stand for about an hour before switching it on, or ensure that the room tem- perature rises gradually.

| CONFIRM SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

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‘LD: Speaker cords x 2 (supplied with speaker systems) FM T-type antenna x 1 (3° Rernote control unit x 1 * ere For U.K. model For U.S. and Multi-voltage modeis AA batteries x 2 (R6EP/SUM-3) §:AM loop antenna x 1 (shown assembled) 6 System cable x + ‘2 CO liner notes file x 1 (supplied with CD player) &) Index label sheet x 1 (supplied with CD player) 8 Electrostatic charge removal sheet x1 (supplied with CD player}

[APPLYING THE INDEX LABELS |

Use the labels shown below (No. 1-50) to label disc Cases, etc,, to match the disc numbers shown above the grooves on the CD player's rolling racks, (See page 18}

Example of label use

A: For CD liner notes file

B: For CD dise case or disc jacket C: For spine of CD liner notes file

DOSDSTTOOO RIGGS QOOGSGOGOOS VSSEP 9O888S9880 53909 @9QSGHH@GO 09906

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LOADING BATTERIES IN THE

1. Press and slide the upper lid to remove the cover.

2. Insert two AA batteries (R6P/SUM-3), taking care to match the positive (+) and negative (+) polarity dia- gram inside the case.

3. Slide the upper lid back to its original position.

Changing batteries (U.K. model only}

if the low-battery warning { # } appears in the dis- play during use, it is time to change to new batter- ies.

The remote control unit is provided with a memory backup function, so disc titles stored in the memory will be preserved while changing batteries. i

NOTE: When the low-battery warning indicator lights, the remote control unit's operating range will become shorter, and the display may become darker. If use of the remote control unit is continued, it will become impossible to input titles to the memory. Be sure to change batteries soon after you notice the low-bat- tery warning indicator.

| REMOTE CONTROL _ | OPERATING RANGE

@ U.S. and Multi-voltage models only

1. Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control unit.

2. Insert two AA batteries (R6P/SUM-3}, taking care to match the positive (+) and negative (-) polarity dia- gram inside the case.

3. Close the cover of the battery case.

SAFETY FIRST! | incorrect use of dry batteries can fead to dangerous leak- age and rupture. Be sure to abide by the following pre- cautions (also read the safety tips printed on your bat- teries):

@ Load batteries correctly so their positive and nega- tive polarities (+, -) match the diagram inside the bat- tery case,

@ Never mix old and new batteries together.

®@ Batteries from different manufacturers may differ in voltage even when of the same nominal type. Use batteries of the same manufacturer and type togeth- er.

@ When not using the remote control unit for extend- ed periods of time {one manth or more), remove the batteries to prevent any leakage. If leakage does occur, wipe out any spilled battery fluid with a cloth and then replace the batteries with new ones.

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The remote control unit can be used within a range of approx. 7 meters (23 feet) from the remote sensor, and within angles of up to approx. 30 degrees.

Stereo cassette deck receiver

NOTE:

The remote control unit may fail to operate correctly if strong sunlight or fluorescent light is shining directly at the deck-receiver's remote control sensor. In this case, change the installation location or move the fluorescent lamps.

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| CONNECTIONS

L

AM icop antenna

[Vertical mounting}

Stereo cassette deck receiver

The flustration shows Multi-voltage modet illustration not applicable to U.K. model.

FM —- T-type antenna 2

L

{Horizontal mounting}

Speaker system “7 (R) File type CD player

Speaker system

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@ 8e sure all component connections are compieted before connecting the power plug to an electrical out- let.

@ Be sure to connect the antennas (radio broadcasts will not be received if the antennas are not con- nected),

1. Setting up the accessory AM loop antenna

To connect to a wall, etc,

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Fasten base with screws.

Te * ui Attach antenna. !f using thumb tacks to mount antenna, use the center hole.

2. Connect the accessory AM and FM antennas

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Remove 10mm Open the Return the terminal of the vinyl antenna termi- lever to its original insulation and nal fever and position. Pull gently twist the insert the cop- on the wire to con-

exposed core. per core of the

wire.

firm that it is con- nected securely and does not slip out.

About the accessory AM loop antenna:

®@ Mount on a level surface and orient so that the clear- est reception is produced.

@ Mount the antenna away from the unit in a location where itis not touching metallic objects. Be sure the antenna is also mounted away from personal com- puters, televisions or other electronic devices, since additional noise may result.

@ When mounting the antenna to a wall, first test to find the optimum position and orientation for reception, then use screws to attach the base.

About the accessory FM T-type antenna:

@ When mounting the FM antenna, stretch it tautly, without allowing it to drape over objects or become looped or tangled,

@ The simple FM T-type antenna is provided to allow easy FM reception; for higher quality reception, the use of a specialized FM antenna is recommended.

3. Connect the CD player Use the accessory system cable to connect the CD player and deck receiver.

\ i ae ieee om i To insert i = To remove

Hold the connector, then press in firmly until a click is heard.

Hold the connector securely on both sides and pull out.

Deck receiver side (ll

Las CD player side

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Connect the CD player's power cord to the special AC outlet on the deck-receiver.

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CONNECTIONS

4. Connect the speakers Connect the red speaker cord to the positive (red, ®} side of the deck-receiver’s terminal block, and the black wire to the negative (black, ©) side. Connect the cords to the speakers in the same way.

ria’ se Remove Open the speak- Return the lever to its 10mm of the er terminal lever. original position. Pull vinyl insula- insert the wire gently on the wire to

tion and core into the confirm that it is con- twist the hole. nected securely and exposed core. does not slip out.

Speaker impedance Connect speaker systems with a nominal impedance ranging from 8 to 16 Q.

Precaution for the S-P840

Do not connect to any amplifier other than the one sup- plied with this system, Connection to any other ampli- fier may in rare cases result in smoke or fire.

5. Connecting surround speakers (sold sepa- tately) (U.K. and Multi-voltage modeis only)

@ Connect the surround speakers S-P77 or S-P55 (sold separately) to the surround speaker terminals.

© Other speaker systems equipped with pin jacks can also be used as surround speakers, but be sure to use speaker systems with impedance of 16 (2 or above.

Surround speaker installation example ® Attach the four supplied non-skid pads to the bottom of the cabinet before using.

Front speaker (L) Front speaker {R.

Listening area

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Surround speaker {L) speaker (R}

When mounting the speaker system on a wall

@ Use the hole located on the rear panel of the speak- er to mount it ona wail. Make sure the speakers will not drop when they are mounted on a wail.

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®@ Check if the wail is strong enough to hang the speakers on. PIONEER disclaims the responsibility for damages due to dropping of the speakers and other accidents, which are caused by inappropriate strength on the wall or improper instailation.

@ Noscrews, or other fittings are supplied to mount the speakers on the wail.

6. Connect other components (MD, DAT, etc.) For details, see the Operating Instructions White ~ furnished with the , other components.

Red Red 7. Finally, connect the deck-receiver's power cord to an electrical outlet. Push the plug into the outlet securely.

When reception quality is insufficient with

the supplied antennas

@ Purchase and connect outdoor AM and FM antennas {available commercially)

Connecting an external AM antenna

Indoor AM antenna Outdoor AM antenna

1

Vinyl insulated wire {5~6 meters)

AM loop antenna Vi

Do not disconnect the AM loop antenna, even when a separate AM antenna is connected.

Connecting an outdoor FM antenna Connect as shown.

Using coaxial cable

FM antenna PAL connector (U.K. model only}

Cannect the shield wire to GND {ground}

CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

| STEREO CASSETTE DECK RECEIVER (RX-P840)

Tha illustration shows Multi-voitage modet.

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{> POWER STANDBY/ON switch/STANDBY indicator This is the switch for electric power.

ON: When set to the ON position, power is supplied and the unit becomes oper- ational,

STANDBY: When set to the STANDBY position,

the main power flow is cut and the unit is no longer fully operational. A minute flow of power feeds the unit to main- tain operation readiness,

@) Remote control sensor (REMOTE SENSOR)

3) TAPE1/2 select button

DOLBY* NR select button (B/C/OFF)

Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license fram Dalby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

“DOLBY” and the double-O symbol DO] are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation

6) TAPE | EJECT port (4)

Display

TAPE Il EJECT port (4)

TAPE 1/2 operating buttons (<<, >>, m, <p) @ Function select indicator

(TUNER, TAPE, CD, MD/AUX)

Sound Field Control (SFC MODE)button

(3° P.32)

1) ASES/COPY button (= P.31) » Record/pause button (@n) ' Microphone jack (MIC) and microphone level

control (MIC LEVEL) (Multi-voltage model only) (e# P.33)

' Clock adjust button (CLOCK-ADJ) (5 P.13)

WAKE-UP button (:# P.34, 35) Timer recording button (TIMER REC) (cs P.36)

i? TUNING (+, -} button P.15, 16)

BAND button («* P.15, 16)

i MEMORY button («# P.16) ' AUTO TUNING button (ce P.15) Frequency/station button (FREQ./STATION)

(e@ P.16)}

FUNCTION select button (DEMO button) Each time this button is pressed, the function changes in the following sequence:

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ny

R &

& TUNER >

m TAPE co 1

~ MD/AUX —_—___ P.BASS button {# P.14} VOLUME control Headphone jack (PHONES)

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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

[ FILE TYPE CD PLAYER (PD-P84oF)

(DP POWER STANDBY/ON switch/STANDBY indicator

@ EJECT button (#) (e@ P.18)

(} Plus-1 disc set indicator (DISC SET NO.0) ‘4: Display

‘6: TIME button (6 P.25}

(6) ADLC button («* P.25)

Pull out here to open rolling disc racks 1 and 2

(e P.18) ‘&: Door panel ‘2: Plus-1 disc slot (PLUS 1 >) P.18)} 40: DISC NUMBER (+, -) button {e# P.21, 22, 23, 24) 1? Track-search, fast-forward, rewind button {td + <td, Dee © mi) (cr P79) 12 Stop button (=) a3 Play/Pause button (»/1) i# MODE button (+ P.20, 24) 1S CLEAR button (+ P.23) 46 RANDOM play button P.22)

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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

pd) (5A)

Press and slide the upper lid surface

to open the remote control unit case.

Controls shown here without special instructions indi- cate functions which are the same as those found on the main deck-receiver unit.

\D Display window

Displays the current operation.

System function buttons

Power switch (ON/STANDBY)

Function select button

Main volume

Sound field selector (e# P.32)

OC fone Stereo wide pattern selector button 2 pass {ex P32) Seaeivecnas Bass boost mode button ( P.14) TUNER operation buttons (ce P.15, 16)

Use for cailing radio stations stored in the station memory. Broadcast stations must be stored in the station memory before Operating.

Ablunteiveidis FM/AM selector

..FM stereo/mono selector (operates oy only during FM stereo reception} C2 - 2... Station memory call buttons

@ TAPE 1, TAPE Il operation buttons (e# P.28~31)

antcbee Use to select Tape | or Tape fl Fast forward, rewind button

Stop button

Play buttons

TAPE il record/pause button:

This button does not operate when TAPE | is light- ed in the remote control unit's display. Switch first to TAPE Ii.

CD operation buttons (# P.18~27)

(5A) Buttons for ordinary operations

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... Track search button Stop button

Pause button ..Play button

Disc select button

Send button (transmits the play

signal for selected disc title to the

main unit) (e P.27)

Disc title button

{use to select disc title) (= P.27)

(5B) Buttons for selecting and searching for disc titles (t P26, 27)

Ge) ..:G5 .. Character buttons Heese put button

Harysestbenes Cursor control buttons <a ene Custom button

C sresenarenesved Dise button

Return button

seeeaesesses Search button (SC) Buttons for other convenient functions

GG Disc and track number setting (digit) Sietadd buttons

on ie Functions as “clear” button to cancel

CD program steps. Also used to erase all discs select-

ed with the custom made.

... Track set button {e# P.21, 23}

~ronsnaDise set button (6 P.24, 23, 24) .Program set button (e@ P.23) Random play button (e P.22)

Repeat play button (0 P.22)

Whieder el CD piay mode button (e# P.20, 24)

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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

TIMER operation buttons (<* P.34~37}

Seeetins Use to select wake-up 1 or wake-up sheue 2 timer functions. Sleep timer

ys eas 5-minute snooze timer (restarts unit 5 minutes after wake-up timer oper- ates; does not function during nor- mal play).

RESET button

This is the remote control unit's system reset button. If the remote control unit's display appears abnormal during use or when exchanging batteries, and the main unit no longer responds to commands, press this button to reset the remote control unit.

Disc titles stored in the memory are preserved even when the RESET button is pressed.

For US. and Multi- voltage models

The illustration shows Multi-voltage model

@ System function buttons ies

..Power switch (ON/STANDBY)

Function select button

Sound field selector (e# P.32)

Bass boost mode button (e¥ P.14}

as Stereo wide pattern selector button + ) {e# P.32)

C sacieisies Main volume

soeater Beet One-touch karaoke button (ex P.33) be (Multi-voltage model only) (2) TUNER operation buttons (rc P.15, 16)

(_} aMrabanind FM/AM selector

.-FM stereo/mono selector (operates only during FM stereo reception} .. Station memory call buttons

12 <ARB7012> En

(3) TAPE I, TAPE tl operation buttons (= P.28~31) tartiahieeed Stop button ..Fast forward, rewind button

..Play buttons

serarhstiaey To operate TAPE |, press the desired deck operation button while press- ing this button. (Except for the Record/pause (@t) button} ey) see Record/pause button 4 CD operation buttons P,18~27) Buttons for ordinary operations

«Disc select button cece Track search button eoneaiieed Pause button

utter Stop button

Abyssinia Play button Buttons for other convenient functions

C3 ~ Disc and track number setting (digit) buttons

- Functions as “clear” button to cancel

CD program steps. Also used to erase

all discs selected with the custom

mode.

. Disc set button {e P.21, 23, 24)

.. Track set button P.21, 23)

secteearestd CD play mode button (:# P.20, 24) Random play button (r P22) Repeat play button (* P.22) Program set button (e# P.23}

Time button (8% P, 25) TIMER operation buttons («* P.34~37}

waneue ...Use to select wake-up 7 or wake-up 2 timer functions, sspolagieseedel Steep timer

ES) del ade 5-minute snooze timer (restarts unit 5 minutes after wake-up timer oper ates; does not function during nor- mai play}.

© Set the time if the clock shows the incorrect time, or if the clock stops due to a power failure.

®@ The clock displays the current time in a 24-hour for- mat.

® Setting of the clock time cannot be performed via the remote control unit.

© Set the clock time while the unit's power is turned OFF.

Example: To set the clock to 18:40 (6:40 P.M.)

= eres ee 1. Confirm that the deck-receiver's power is turned OFF, and hold the CLOCK-ADJ button 1 depressed for five seconds. After showing the clock display, the time display will begin