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COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM
COMPACT DISC AUTOMATIC CHANGER
XL-MC334BK
CONTINUE ONE DISC PROGRAM POWER
OPEN/
CLEAR
CALL
CLOSE
DISC
TRACK
DISPLAY
RANDOM
INTRO
REPEAT
TITLE
DISC
USER
CHARACTER
INPUT
SEARCH
FILE
/
STANDBY
POWER
+
10DISC
ENTER
CANCEL
–1DISC
–10DISC
+
1DISC
DISPLAY
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REMOTE CONTROL
RM–SX334U
XL-MC334 COMPACT DISC AUTOMATIC CHANGER
CHARACTER
TITLE INPUT
DISC SEARCH
ENHANCED COMPULINK CONTROL SYSTEM
INSTRUCTIONS
OPEN/CLOSE
STOP/CLEAR
EXCHANGE
RANDOM
INTRO
REPEAT
PLAY MODE
CALL
ENTER
11
DISC/TRACK
DOWN
DISC EJECT
DISC
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No.
which are located on the rear, bottom or
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
side of the cabinet. Retain this information
information for future reference.
for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LVT0022-001B
PLAY/PAUSE
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CURSOR
CANCEL
UP
TRACK
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Summary of Contents

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    COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM COMPACT DISC AUTOMATIC CHANGER XL-MC334BK XL-MC334 COMPACT DISC AUTOMATIC CHANGER CONTINUE ONE DISC PROGRAM POWER OPEN/ CLEAR CALL CLOSE DISC TRACK DISPLAY RANDOM INTRO REPEAT TITLE DISC USER CHARACTER INPUT SEARCH FILE STANDBY POWER 10DISC ENTER CANCEL –1DISC –10DISC 1DISC...

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    WARNING AND CAUTIONS CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION Thank you very much for purchasing this JVC product. We sincerely hope it proves its quality and performance to your full satisfaction. Please read the instructions contained in this manual in order to get the most out of the product’s capability and performance. If there are any questions concerning the product, please consult your JVC dealer.

  • Page 4: Precautions, Installation, Compact Discs, Operation, Setting Up, Connecting The Unit

    If condensation occurs due to excessive humidity or sudden temperature change, leave the unit turned on for a couple of hours to dry — consult your JVC dealer if this does not correct the condition. SETTING UP...

  • Page 5: Installing Batteries In The Remote Control

    3. TEXT COMPU LINK connection If you are using a JVC audio amplifier/receiver supporting TEXT COMPU LINK, connect either one of the TEXT COMPU LINK ports on the back of the unit with the amplifier/receiver’s TEXT COMPU LINK port using the supplied TEXT COMPU LINK cord (green).

  • Page 6: Front Panel And Remote Control, Front Panel

    FRONT PANEL AND REMOTE CONTROL Front panel XL-MC334 COMPACT DISC AUTOMATIC CHANGER STANDBY POWER DISPLAY CHARACTER TITLE INPUT DISC SEARCH USER FILE ENHANCED COMPULINK CONTROL SYSTEM POWER button [ Turns the power on or off. The STANDBY indicator above lights when the power is turned off and the unit is in the standby state;...

  • Page 7: Display

    4 (track skip/search backward) button [ Skips tracks or searches for a track backward. Holding down this button causes playback to fast backward. Also moves the cursor backward during the character input. ¢ (track skip/search forward) button [ Skips tracks or searches for a track forward. Holding down this button causes playback to fast forward.

  • Page 8: Remote Control

    Remote control Numbers in brackets following button names indicate their counterparts on the front control. CONTINUE ONE DISC PROGRAM POWER CLEAR CALL DISC TRACK DISPLAY RANDOM INTRO TITLE DISC CHARACTER INPUT SEARCH 10DISC ENTER CANCEL –1DISC –10DISC REMOTE CONTROL RM–SX334U CONTINUE button Directly selects the mode of playing successive discs continuously —...

  • Page 9: Basic Operation, Turning The Power On, Loading Compact Discs, Unloading/changing Discs

    BASIC OPERATION Turning the power on Check that the STANDBY indicator on the front panel is lit. Then press the POWER button either on the front panel or remote control. STANDBY POWER (Remote control) To turn the power off, press the button again. The STANDBY indicator will light.

  • Page 10: Playing Back Discs

    2. To unload or change discs in other slots, turn the DISC/TRACK jog dial or press the number, which is shown as the “DISC” number on the display. Then press the DISC EJECT button to raise the disc up. DISC/TRACK DOWN Repeat this step to unload or change any additional discs.

  • Page 11: Changing Discs During Playback

    3 Selecting a track If you want to listen to the selected disc from a desired track instead of the first track, select the track by one of the methods below. • Method 1 Press the TRACK button, then use the DISC/TRACK jog dial on the front panel or the numeric buttons to select a track.

  • Page 12: Continue Mode Playback, Basic Mode, Playing Back Discs In Random Order

    CONTINUE MODE PLAYBACK Every loaded disc can be played back entirely in the numerical order in the CONTINUE mode. After the playback of the last disc ends, the playback begins again from the first disc. Discs and tracks can be played back randomly from all the loaded discs (RANDOM function).

  • Page 13: One Disc Mode Playback, Basic Mode, Playing Back The Tracks In Random Order

    ONE DISC MODE PLAYBACK One disc can be selected and played back entirely in the ONE DISC mode, like a standard CD player. Every track of the disc can be played back once in a random order (RANDOM function). The entire disc can be played back repeatedly (REPEAT function)

  • Page 14: Program Mode Playback, Basic Mode, Playing Back The Program Repeatedly

    PROGRAM MODE PLAYBACK Discs and tracks can be selectively specified in a program and played back according to the program in the PROGRAM mode. The entire program can be played back repeatedly (REPEAT function) or one program step can be selected and played back repeatedly (REPEAT 1 function).

  • Page 15: Playing Back A Program Step Repeatedly

    Playing back a program step repeatedly You can listen to a selected step of the program repeatedly. 1. Press the 3/8 button to start playback. STOP/CLEAR PLAY/PAUSE 2. Select the step you want to listen to repeatedly using the 4 and ¢...

  • Page 16: Showing Disc Information, With Cd Text Discs, With Normal Audio Cds (non Cd Text Discs)

    SHOWING DISC INFORMATION You can see the disc information in a CD text disc on the display, as well as the information of a normal CD stored manually. With CD Text discs The disc information in a CD Text disc consists of Disc title, Track title, Performer, Genre, Song writer, Composer, Arranger and Message.

  • Page 17: Entering Disc Information, Storing Title Information

    ENTERING DISC INFORMATION You can manually store the Title information of each normal audio CD. Each Title information includes Disc title, Performer and Genre, and is displayed when the disc is selected. (See “SHOWING DISC INFORMATION” on page 14.) Title information stored may also be used for the search operation. (See “SEARCHING FOR A DISC”...

  • Page 18

    4. Press the TITLE INPUT button. TITLE INPUT The disc title is stored and “PERFORMER” lights instead of “DISC TITLE” on the display, The leftmost disc information area blinks, prompting for character entry of the performer name. 5. Enter the performer name by following the “How to enter characters”...

  • Page 19: Searching For A Disc, How To Search For A Disc

    SEARCHING FOR A DISC You can search for a disc you want to listen to using the Title information: Disc title, Performer or Genre. For a normal CD, Title information can be stored manually by following the procedures in “Storing Title information” on page For a CD Text disc, by reading its pre-recorded disc information, the unit memorizes Disc title, Performer and Genre information.

  • Page 20: User File, Enrolling A Disc To A User File, Assigning A User File Name

    USER FILE You can enroll discs in the unit to 8 user files. While a user file is recalled, pressing the 3/8 button starts playback of the discs in the file in the enrolled order. You can enroll up to 32 discs to each user file and assign a name to it.

  • Page 21: Deleting A Disc From The User File, Playing Back All Discs In A User File

    Deleting a disc from the user file 1. Call the disc to be deleted by following the procedures described in “Checking user file contents”. 2. Press the CANCEL button. CANCEL (Remote control) NOTE: • If you want to delete the disc just enrolled, you do not need to press the CALL button because the disc title is shown on the display.

  • Page 22: Reserve Function, Reserving The Following Tunes To Be Played Back

    RESERVE FUNCTION You can reserve the following tunes to be played back while listening to music, without interrupting your enjoyment. The reserve function is available only in the CONTINUE mode. Reserving the following tunes to be played back 1. Select the disc during playback in the CONTINUE mode, by pressing the DISC button then using the DISC/TRACK jog dial on the front panel or the numeric buttons on the remote control.

  • Page 23: Text Compu Link System, Compu Link-3 Remote Control System

    Starting a linked component will automatically select the relevant source on the amplifier/receiver. Synchronized recording This function is effective when a JVC cassette deck is linked in the COMPU LINK system, allowing simple, synchronized recording. NOTE: Refer to the instruction manual of your cassette deck for details of the synchronized recording.

  • Page 24: Handling And Taking Care Of Discs, Handling Compact Discs, Cleaning Compact Discs, Storing Compact Discs

    HANDLING AND TAKING CARE OF DISCS Handling compact discs Protect the disc from being scratched, warped, or damaged in any way — the plastic disc can easily be damaged and the damaged disc disrupts sound reproduction and operation of the player. Keep every disc in its case Be sure to keep every disc in its case whenever it is taken out of the player.

  • Page 25: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING What appears to be a malfunction may not always be serious and can easily be corrected. The table below describes some typical problems and their remedies. Check them before calling your JVC dealer. Symptom The CD can not be played back.

  • Page 26

    Sophisticated electronic products may require occasional service. Just as quality is a keyword in the engineering and production of the wide array of JVC products, service is the key to maintaining the high level of performance for which JVC is world famous. The JVC service and engineering organization stands behind our products.

  • Page 27

    WHAT WE WILL DO: If this product is found to be defective, JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Such repair and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers.

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    VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED Printed in Japan 0398MSMUBNOZK...

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