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You can preset up to 30 FM stations and 15 AM (MW/LW) stations. Note: Preset numbers may have been set to factory test frequencies prior to shipment. This is not a malfunction. You can preset the stations you want into memory by following one of the presetting methods below:
I Press the number buttons to select the 4.
preset number you want.
I Press SET. 5.
âSTOREDâ appears on the display and the station is stored.
Using the remote control only
There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is canceled before you finish, start again from step 3. .
I Repeat above steps 1. to 5. for each 6.
station you want to store into memory with a preset number.
I Select a band (either AM or FM) by 1.
pressing TUNER BAND.
To change the preset stations, repeat the same steps as above to overwrite a new station. CAUTION: To prevent the preset stations from being erased because of a power failure, etc., install memory backup batteries in the system. (See pages 5 and 6.)
I Press 4 or Â¢ to tune in to a station. 2. I Press SET. 3.
The preset station number starts flashing.
I Playing back discs I
CD 6 CANCEL GROUP UP Â¢ GROUP DOWN LOCK/RELEASE knob Number buttons 7 4 CD 6 PLAY MODE REPEAT 4 7 Â¢
This system has been designed to play back the following discsâCD, finalized CD-R/CD-RW (recorded in audio CD format) and CD-R/CD-W (in MP3 format). â¢ This system is not compatible with the other discs such as DVD, DVD-R, and DVD-RW. Notes on MP3: â¢ The system can only recognize files (tracks) with âMP3â or âmp3â as the extensions, which can be in any combination of upper and lower case. â¢ It is recommended that you record your material at a 44.1 kHz sampling rate, using the 128 kbps data transfer rate. â¢ You can play back the discs containing the tracks in music CD format or MP3 files in ISO 9660 format. â¢ Some MP3 tracks or discs may not be played back because of their characteristics or recording conditions. â¢ MP3 discs require a longer readout time than normal discs.
Level 1 Level 2
Setting a disc
I Turn the LOCK/RELEASE knob 1.
counterclockwise to open the disc compartment door.
I Place a disc, with its label side up as 2.
I Close the disc compartment door and turn 3.
the knob to âLOCKâ position.
To remove the disc, open the disc compartment door in stop mode. I You can place an 8 cm disc without an adapter. I If the disc cannot be read correctly (because it is scratched, for example), âNO PLAYâ or âNO DISCâ appears on the display. I You can place a disc while listening to the other source.
G2 G1 (ROOT) G3
3 4 5 6
Group with its play order MP3 track with its play order
â¢ This system recognizes up to 999 tracks on a disc (or less depending on the recording condition of a disc).