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The schematic is very helpful and the images are very good.The schematic is very helpful and the images are very good.The schematic is very helpful and the images are very good.The schematic is very helpful and the images are very good.The schematic is very helpful and the images are very good.The schematic is very helpful and the images are very good.
Welcome. The scheme is clearly helped me to repair. Worth to download it.
Excellent manual, very clear, technical specification provided, useful information regarding adjustment and set up.
fast and easy and exactly what I was looking for. Not the cheapest but value for money after all.
The manual for the Sansui P-L75 was not one of the more informative turntable manuals around but for $5 it was helpful enough.
POWER REQUIREMENTS OF HEADPHONES
Use two exclusive rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries to power the headphones. When you purchase this unit, be sure to charge the provided rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries according to the following procedures before use.
POWER REQUIREMENTS OF HEADPHONES
2. Charging rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries
1. Insert the rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries
E O N CHARG
To AC outlet
To charging input terminal
1 Remove the battery compartment cover
on the right side of headphones.
To DC IN 12V jack
2 Insert the two rechargeable Ni-Cd
batteries with the polarities correctly positioned.
Cautions about the batteries
If the batteries are used incorrectly, they may leak, heat or explode, and may cause fire, injury or soiling. Make note of the following:
1. Be sure to use the provided exclusive Ni-Cd batteries. Do not use any other rechargeable Ni-Cd battery or dry cell battery. 2. Insert batteries with the (+) and (â) polarities correctly positioned, following the indications on the equipment. 3. Do not use a new battery with an old one, and do not use batteries holding different amounts of charge together. 4. Do not throw batteries in a fire or heat them. 5. Do not short-circuit the positive (+) and negative (â) terminals. Also, do not carry or store them with small metallic objects such as necklaces or coins. 6. Do not deform, take apart, modify or directly solder the batteries. 7. Do not remove or damage the covering tube. 8. If you notice phenomena that has never happened before, such as leakage, color change or deformity, stop using the batteries. 9. If any liquid from the batteries gets into your eyes, it may cause blindness. If battery liquid does get into your eyes, do not rub them, but instead immediately wash them thoroughly with clean water, then consult a doctor at once. Also, should any liquid from the rechargeable batteries get onto your skin or clothes, it may burn your skin. In this case, wash with clean water immediately. 10. Do not immerse or wet the batteries in water. 11. Do not use or leave the batteries in an area where the temperature becomes significantly higher, such as in direct sunlight, inside a car on a hot day or near heat-generating equipment. 12. Do not subject the batteries to strong shocks or throw them. 13. Be sure to read the cautions on the batteries.
1 Set the ON/OFF (power) switch on the headphones to OFF. 2 The batteries cannot be charged when thewith the is set to ON. for charging. switch Connect the transmitter and the headphones provided cord 3 Connect AC adaptor into to the transmitter. charger starts charging the batteries the AC adaptor 4 Plug the an AC outlet. The
automatically and the transmitterâs indicator lights in red.
To CHG. (charging output terminal)
Quick charging (2 ~ 4 hours)
The transmitter's indicator lights in light red.
Quick charging ends
Normal charging (Approx. 15 hours)
After full charging is complete, the transmitter's indicator continues to light in dark red.
The transmitter's indicator changes to dark red.
Battery running time After charging is complete, you can use them continuously for the following amounts of time: Quick charging (2 ~ 4 hours) : 4 ~ 9 hours Full charging (19 hours) : 13 hours Tips for better use â Be sure to charge the batteries within the temperature range of 10Â° C ~ 35Â° C (50 Â°F ~ 95 Â°F ). â Charging batteries that are not completely exhausted will cause efficiency to decline. Be sure to charge them after they have been completely exhausted.