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JVC XMP55BU
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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Normal Play
Follow the numbers in the figure to normal-play.

ENGLISH
HOLD HOLD
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1 2 3 4

Connect the headphones plug firmly. Connect the remote control plug firmly. Release the HOLD switches. Load an MD.
• Slide the OPEN switch to open the lid. • Open the lid by hand. • Insert the MD into the MD slot beneath the lid, with its label side facing up. Insert the MD until it stops. Be sure % or ] mark on the MD directs as shown in the figure. • Close the lid. “Toc Reading” appears on the display. Then the track number and playback time appear.
X M
OPE N

P

A.C.BASS
VOL

5 6

Adjust the volume level between 0 and 25.
Press the Volume +, – button on the unit or turn the JOG dial to the right or left. To continuously change the volume leve l, depress the volume button or keep turning the JOG dial.

JOG MODE

Press the 38/7 button.
Playback starts from the first track and ends after playing all the tracks of the MD. Disc mark turns.

Setting the FAV (Favorite) Music
You can register the music to be played at the beginning of MD playback. You can see whether this function is set or not from the “FAV” indicator on the display.

Resume Play
This function allows you to listen from the beginning of the track where play stopped because of the unit was set to Stop mode.

Play the desired track and press the FAV button for 1 second or more.
Number of tracks being played Playing time The “FAV” indicator blinks on the display while the track is being played. After that, it stays lit.
S

Press the 38/7 button.

Notes: • If no MD is loaded, “NO DISC” appears on the display and the power will be automatically shut off after approx. 10 seconds. • If the MD is recorded in Monaural mode, “MONO” will appear on the display. • To eject the MD, slide the OPEN switch to open the lid and open it by hand. Then, the MD comes out.

Showing the Disc Information
Each time you press the DISPLAY button in Stop mode or during playback, the disc information is displayed as follows.

VOL

JOG MODE

Reinforcing the Bass Sound (A.C.BASS)
Press the A.C.BASS button to activate the active clear bass function.
The "BASS" indicator appears on the display. The bass level is automatically controlled in conjunction with the sound volume. To cancel the function, press the same button again to light off the “BASS” indicator.
A.C.BASS

To play the FAV music, play the MD in which FAV information is registered. The “FAV” indicator blinks on the display and your favorite music is firstly played. After the FAV music, the first track of the MD is played To cancel the FAV music, in Stop mode, press the FAV button for 1 second or more. “FAV DELETE” blinks on the display twice. Notes: • You can register only 1 track as for FAV music. New registration will overwrite the previous setting. • The FAV information on the MD will be deleted if additional recording or editing such as MOVE and ERASE is made with the other MD recorders. • If you start to play the MD with FAV music after removing it once, the FAV music may not firstly start though the “FAV” indicator lights up. In this case, press the FAV button to play the FAV music.

C.BASS

VOL

JOG MODE

In Stop mode: Disc title* = Total track number and total playback time of the MD = Track title* = Track number and its playback time = (back to the beginning) During Playback: Track title* = Track number and its playing time = (back to the beginning) *: The disc title or track title will scroll if it consists of 11 characters or more. If no title is given, “NO TITLE” appears on the display.

A.C.BASS button

A.C.BASS

VOL

JOG MODE

Operation

Button
Press during play. Blinks. or

Display/reference
Press again to restart play. If nothing is done for 2 minutes, the power will be automatically shut off.

Operation
Skip function (unit)

Button

Display/reference
• During Random Play, the skip buttons cannot be used to skip back to tracks that were played previously in the random sequence.

To pause play

Press during play or in Stop mode.

Search function (unit)
Keep depressed during play.

Reverse

Forward

Press during play for 1 second or more.

Stops.

Press again to restart play (Resume Play). The current track will be played from the beginning. (See “Resume Play”.) If nothing is done for 45 seconds, the power will be automatically shut off.

To stop play
(Stop mode)
or

Fast forward/ reverse

Skip function (remote control)
During play or in Stop mode, press the JOG MODE button and briefly turn the JOG dial to the right or left.

Search function (remote control)
During play mode, press the JOG MODE button and continuously turn the JOG dial to the right or left.
-

In Stop mode, press for 1 second or more.

The power is shut off after “POWER OFF” appears on the display. To turn on the unit, press the same

Within 5 seconds

To turn off the unit
(Off mode)
or (Blank)

button again.

Repeat Play and Random Play
You can select Repeat Play or Random Play. In Repeat Play, you can repeat all the tracks or individual track as many times as you like. In Random Play, you can play all the tracks in random order.

Selecting the Operational Options of Remote Control
Muting a pip tone
When you press the buttons on the remote control, a pip tone is issued except for the A.C.BASS and VOLUME +, – buttons. To mute the pip tone, while pressing and holding the JOG MODE button in Stop mode or during playback, press the P.MODE button. “BEEP OFF” appears on the display.

Turning off the backlight
When you turn off the backlight, you can save the battery life. To turn off the backlight, while pressing and holding the JOG MODE button in Stop mode or during playback, press the DISPLAY button. “LIGHT OFF” appears on the display

Selecting Repeat Play and Random Play in Stop mode
In Stop mode, press the P.MODE button. Each time you press the button, the play mode changes as follows.

P1 = P = RDM = P1 RDM = P RDM = Original display = (back to the beginning) P1 : Repeats 1 track. P : Repeats all the tracks.
RDM : Random play : Repeats all the tracks in random order. : Repeats one track randomly selected.

C.BASS

A.C.BASS

VOL

VOL
JOG MODE

JOG MODE

To resume backlighting, do the same operation again. “LIGHT ON” appears on the display. Turning off the unit will also resume backlighting.

P1 RDM P RDM

To resume a pip sound, do the same operation again. “BEEP ON” will appear on the display.

After selecting one of the above modes, press the 38/7 button.
For example, to start Random Play, press the P.MODE button until "RDM" indicator appears and then start playback. To exit Repeat Play or Random Play, stop the MD and then press the P.MODE button until the display returns to the original one.

Using the Unit with Optional Accessories
Using the unit with an audio system
You can listen to MDs through your audio system. • • • • Connect a stereo connection cable (not supplied) as shown below after turning off the amplifier. Adjust the volume level of the unit to an appropriate level. Adjust the volume level on the amplifier. Use the unit's buttons for operation. (The remote control will issue a Pip tone.) CAUTION: Before connecting the car adaptor, remove the rechargeable battery from the unit and the alkaline battery from the battery case. • Connect the car adaptor to the battery case as shown below. • Connect the car audio cassette adaptor between the remote control and the cassette slot of your car audio system. • Adjust the volume level of the unit to an appropriate level.

Repeat Play during Playback
During Normal Play: Each time you press the P.MODE button, the play mode changes as follows.

P1 = P = Original display = (back to the beginning)
Select “P1” to repeatedly play the current track. Select “P” to repeat all the tracks.
A.C.BASS

Car adaptor (CA-R153) Amplifier
VOL
JOG MODE

During Random Play: Each time you press the P.MODE button, the play mode changes as follows.

Car audio cassette adaptor (3.5 mm dia. stereo plug)

P1 RDM = P RDM = Original display = (back to the beginning)
Select “P1 RDM” to repeatedly play a randomly selected track. Select “P RDM” to repeat all the tracks in random order. To exit Repeat Play, stop the MD and then press the P.MODE button until the display returns to the original one. Stereo connection cable (not supplied)

or

A.C.BASS
VOL

JOG MODE

• Direct connection without passing through the remote control may generate noise.

Using the unit with a car audio system

Notes: • Since the insertion direction of the car audio cassette adaptor is limited, be sure whether it can be inserted into the cassette slot of your car audio system. • Depending on the vehicle used, noise may occur. In this case, it is recommended to connect a noise filter available on the market between the remote control and car audio cassette adaptor. • If your car audio system is equipped with a LINE IN or AUX IN jack, you can connect the output of the remote control to the jack using a stereo mini plug signal cord (not supplied). In this case, you do not need the optional car audio cassette adaptor.

Troubleshooting Guide
Before requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation. If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to the directory of Authorized Service Centers (enclosed with this unit) to locate a convenient service center, or consult your dealer for instructions.

You can listen to an MD through your car audio system. The following options are available for your car audio system. • Car adaptor (CA-R153) • Car audio cassette adaptor

Maintenance
Unit:
Wipe the unit and remote control with a soft cloth. Remove stubborn dirt using a cloth which has been dipped in water or soapy water and wrung out, and then wipe dry. • If you intend to use a chemically treated cleaning cloth, read its directions first. • Do not use alcohol or paint thinners.

Specifications
Portable MINIDISC player
Type : Minidisc digital audio system Sampling frequency : 44.1 kHz Compression/expansion method : ATRAC method Number of channels Frequency response Wow & flutter Output Duration of battery : 2 channels (stereo) : 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz : Unmeasurable : Headphone (3.5 mm dia. stereo × 1) 5 mW/ch at 10% THD/16 ohms to 47 kohms : Approx. 7 hours when using a rechargeable battery (BN-R127) charged for 1.5 hours, Approx. 7 hours when using an alkaline battery (LR6-Panasonic) Approx. 16 hours when using a rechargeable battery and alkaline battery together * Above duration may differ depending on the ambient temperature and conditions. : DC 1.2 V (rechargeable battery), DC 1.5 V (R6 size battery)

Problem
Cannot operate. Cannot play the MD.

Check this
Is the MD loaded? If not loaded “NO DISC” will appear. • Is the HOLD switch released? • Is the battery low? • Is there moisture condensation on the lens? (Wait for about an hour and then try again.) • Is the Repeat Play or Random Play selected? • Is the FAV function activated? • Is the headphones plug inserted all the way? • Is the plug dirty? (Wipe away dirt on the plug.) • Is music recorded on the MD? If not, “BLANK DISC” will appear. Is the unit too near a TV or tuner? (If the TV or tuner is connected to a simple indoor antenna, connect it to an outdoor antenna.) • With both HOLD switches activated, the battery was changed during playback. (Release both HOLD switches and try to operate again.) • After FAV music registration, you have changed the battery without stopping the MD. (Turn off the power before changing the battery.)

MDs:
If the MD cartridge is dirty wipe it with a damp cloth and then wipe dry. When storing MDs, avoid locations which are • Exposed to direct sunlight. • Susceptible to high levels of humidity or dust. • Directly exposed to heat from a heating appliance. • On top of a car dashboard or near the rear window.

Tracks on MD do not play in order, starting with the first track. Cannot hear music—too noisy.

TV picture is distorted. Radio reception is noisy. Power is not turned on. FAV registration is impossible.

Power requirements Handling the MDs • Do not open the shutter. The shutter is usually locked to prevent opening. Do not force to open it or the disc may be destroyed.

DC IN 1.5 V Dimensions (W × H × D) : 84.4 × 16.6 × 80.1 mm (Excluding buttons and controls) Mass : Approx. 103 g (without battery)

AC adaptor (AA-R9017)
Meaning Action
Replace the disc. Remove the MD and reinsert it. Input power source Output voltage : AC 230 V, 50 Hz : DC 9 V, 500 mA

Charger/adaptor (AC-R124)
Input power source Output voltage : DC 9 V, 0.5 A : DC 1.5 V, 0.7 A

MD Messages:
Messages
DISC ERROR READ ERROR There is a problem (damage) with the disc. Cannot read data.

Charging indicator does not light Is the charger too hat? during charging. (If so, disconnect the AC adaptor and leave the charger for a while.)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

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Printed in Japan 1298MNMCREOZK

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