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RCA RS2767i/RS2767iF Product Manual

Rs2767i product manual - english and spanish.

 
user manual
manual de usuario
RS2767i
CLOCK
TIMER
DIMMER
SLEEP
DISC SKIP
DEMO
AUTO
PROG
BAND
TUNE
TUNE
SOURCE
PRESET
PRESET
FOLDER
FOLDER
PROGRAM
SHUFFLE
PLAY MODE
EQ
LINE IN
L
AUX IN
R
It is important to read this instruction prior to using your new product
for the first time.
Es importante leer este manual antes de usar por vez primera su equipo.
Important information
Precations
Headset safety
• This compact disc player
• Have a Blast-
uses a laser to read the
Just Not in your
music on the disc. The laser
eardrums! Make
mechanism corresponds to
sure you turn
the cartridge and stylus of a
down the volume on the
record player. Although this
unit before you put on
product incorporates a laser
headphones. Increase the
pick-up lens, it is completely
volume to the desired level
safe when operated
only after headphone are in
according to directions.
place.
• Discs rotate at high speed
• Do not play your headset
inside the player. Do not
at high volume. Hearing
use damaged, warped, or
experts warn against
cracked discs.
extended high-volume play.
• Do not touch the pick-up
• If you experience ringing in
lens which is located inside
your ears, reduce volume or
the disc compartment. To
discontinue use.
keep dust from collecting
• You should use with extreme
on the pick-up lens, do not
caution or temporarily
leave the compartment
discontinue use in potentially
door open for an extended
hazardous situations.
period of time. If the lens
Even if your headset is an
becomes dirty, clean it with
open-air designed to let you
a soft brush, or use an air
to hear outside sounds, do
blower brush designed for
not turn up the volume so
camera lenses.
high that you are unable to
hear what is around you.
General controls
INFO – To select among disc
random CD playback.
display information.
MENU – To display iPod menu;
FM ST. – To switch between FM
and return to previous menu.
stereo and mono modes.
SELECT – To confirm iPod menu
DISC SKIP – To skip to next CD.
lists.
VOL+ / VOL– – To increase/
INTRO – To turn INTRO mode
decrease the volume.
on or off to play the first 10
seconds of each CD track.
– To play and pause the
CD/iPod playback.
FOLDER/PRESET
– To select
previous / next tuner preset
PREV/
,NEXT/
– To tune
station; previous / next folder
radio frequency; to skip CD/iPod
during mp3/WMA CD playback;
track; to fast search through the
and navigate the iPod menu
CD/iPod.
lists.
OPEN/CLOSE – To open and
SLEEP – To select the time
close CD disc tray.
interval in minutes before the
unit turns off.
STOP – To stop playing CD/iPod.
PLAY MODE – To cycle between
The remote control
different CD play mode.
must be inserted with
– To mute and restore audio
2 "AAA" or "R3" or
output.
"UM4" batteries prior to use.
SHUFFLE – To turn on/off
CD playback
Loading discs
Please take care
1. Press SOURCE repeatedly to
when loading or
select CD mode.
unloading discs in the
2. Press OPEN/CLOSE or
to
disc drawer. Read below for
open the drawer.
details.
3. Insert up to fi ve discs with
• Remove all discs from the
label face up. (Press DISC
disc drawer before moving
SKIP to rotate the disc
or transporting the unit.
carrier.)
• Do not put discs in the
4. Press OPEN/CLOSE or
to
trays of the disc drawer
close the drawer. Loaded
when they are still
disc position icon lights.
moving.
• Do not push or force the
Selecting discs
rotation of the disc trays.
Press DISC SKIP to skip discs.
Always use the DISC SKIP
button.
Selecting folders (mp3/
• Do not put discs in any
unexposed disc trays.
WMA CDs only)
• When an error occurs and
In stop mode,
the disc drawer does not
• Press
FOLDER/PRESET to
close, empty all disc trays
go to the previous folder.
and try again.
• Press FOLDER/PRESET
to
go to the next folder.
The folder number (TF) shows
briefly then the total number of
tracks (TT) is displayed.
Radio
Press SOURCE or TUNER on the
The most recently accessed
remote control to select TUNER.
program location will be
displayed.
3. If a different program
Selecting tuner band
location is preferred, press
Press AUTO PROG•BAND
/
to select to the
or press and hold TUNER on
desired preset number (1-32).
the remote control to select
4. Press PROGRAM store the
between AM and FM radio
selected frequency at that
bands.
preset.
Tuning to a station
Auto preset programming
Press
/
to select
(FM only)
frequencies. Press and hold to
Press and hold AUTO PROG•
start auto searching for the
BAND for 2 seconds to scan
next available station.
stations in the FM band. The
stations will then be stored as
Preset and tune modes
preset channels. A maximum of
The tuner can be in either
32 stations can be stored.
TUNE or PRESET mode. When in
PRESET mode, the PROG light is
Beware of your preset channels
on.
being erased accidentally
because the scanning and
storing process is automatic
Presetting stations
upon pressing and hold the
Manually setting presets
button.
1. Press
/
to access the
desired frequency.
You can stop the automatic
2. Press PROGRAM button.
Limited warranty
AVC MULTIMEDIA ("AVC") makes the following limited warranty.
This limited warranty extend to the original consumer
purchaser and is limited to non-commercial use of the product.
One Year Parts & Labor Warranty
AVC products purchased in the United States are warranted to be
free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one
year from the date of their original retail purchase. If the unit fails
to conform to this warranty, we will service the product using new or
refurbished parts and products, at AVC's sole discretion.
During a period of one year from the effective warranty date, AVC
will provide, when needed, service labor to repair a manufacturing
defect at its designated Service Center. To obtain warranty service
in the Untied States, you must first call our Customer Support
Center at 1-866-444-6478 or 1-800-252-6123, during the hours
listed in the box on the right. The determination of service will
be made by AVC Customer Support. PLEASE DO NOT RETURN
YOUR UNIT TO AVC WITHOUT PRIOR AUTHORIZATION. New or
remanufactured replacements for defective parts or products will be
used for repairs by AVC at its designated Service Center for one year
from the effective warranty date. Such replacement parts or products
are warranted for an additional one year from the date of repair or
replacement. The Customer will be required to ship the unit to the
Service Center indicated at the time Customer Support is contacted
to make the necessary repairs. The customer is responsible for all
transportation charges to the service facility.
FCC information
the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into
This device complies with part 15 of
an outlet on a circuit different
the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
from that to which the receiver
to the following two conditions: (1)
is connected.
This device may not cause harmful
– Consult the dealer or an
interference, and (2) this device
experienced radio/TV technician
must accept any interference
for help.
received, including interference
WARNING: Changes or modifications
that may cause undesired operation.
to this unit not expressly approved
This equipment has been tested
by the party responsible for
and found to comply with the
compliance could void the user's
limits for a Class B digital device,
authority to operate the equipment.
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection
This Class B digital apparatus complies
against harmful interference in
with Canadian ICES-003.
a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and
For your records
can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in
In the event that service should be
accordance with the instructions,
required, you may need the model
may cause harmful interference
number and the serial number. In
to radio communications.
the space below, record the date
However, there is no guarantee
and place of purchase and the
that interference will not occur
serial number:
in a particular installation. If this
Model No.:
equipment does cause harmful
Date of Purchase:
interference to radio or television
Place of Purchase:
reception, which can be determined
Serial No.:
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:
This audio system
– Reorient or relocate the
has earned the
receiving antenna.
ENERGY STAR.
– Increase the separation between
Getting started
Unpacking the system
Using FM and AM antennas
Before you use your audio
You should have the following:
system, you'll want to make sure
• one main unit (with 2 main
both the FM and AM antennas
speakers)
are positioned properly. Uncoil
• one remote control
the FM antenna at the back of
• one AM loop antenna
the unit, making sure it is fully
• one user manual
extended (you may even want
to tape it to the wall behind the
Connections
unit if possible, the higher the
Back view
better).
1. FM pigtail antenna
2. AM loop antenna jack
You'll also need to connect the
3. Main speaker jacks
AM antenna loop to the back
of the unit if you listen to AM
stations. Rotate the AM loop
1
antenna for better reception.
2
3
Display
CD tray status:
Lights when loaded
Flashes for the current disc
File format
Source indication
Animates when playing
Playback
Folder navigation mode
Radio bands
mode
status
Timer activated
BASS – bass boost activated
PROG – program playback
STEREO – FM stereo mode activated
mode activated
EQ – preset equalizer activated
SLEEP – sleep mode activated
Showing demonstration
Display brightness
Press DIMMER•DEMO
Press and hold DIMMER•DEMO
for more than 2 seconds to turn
repeatedly to select the desired
level (DIM 1 – 3).
on/off demonstration mode.
The demonstration scrolls
through all display operations.
Playing discs
• Press INFO
• Press
to begin or pause
repeatedly to view
playback, and STOP /
to
elapsed track time,
stop playback.
track remain time and
• Press
/
to select a
disc remain time during
specifi c track.
playback.
• The fi rst 99 tracks of each
Searching through a CD
disc will be played once
Press and hold
/
to search
before any of them is
through a CD while it is playing.
repeated.
• You may also press PLAY
Shuffl ing play order
MODE to select 1 disc or
all discs before activating
Press SHUFFLE to turn on/off
INTRO & SHUFFLE
the playing of tracks in random
functions.
order.
• In stop mode for mp3 and
Sampling tracks
WMA CDs, press STOP /
Press INTRO to play the first 10
to return to the fi rst track
seconds of each track on the
of the current disc. The
current disc, all discs in the tray,
total number of tracks
or turn INTRO mode off.
on the current disc is
displayed (TT).
Play mode
Press PLAY MODE to cycle
between 1 Disc, All Discs,
Repeat 1, Repeat 1 Disc, and
Repeat All Discs.
LINE IN / AUX
scan by pressing any button,
Play external sound
but the erased stations cannot
through the speaker
be recovered.
system
Press SOURCE on the unit
Using presets
repeatedily to select LINE IN or
Press
FOLDER/PRESET
to
AUX mode.
access the previous or next
Or press LINE IN/AUX on the
preset station. The display
remote control to change to LINE
first shows the preset program
IN mode form CD, TUNER or iPod
number and after a few
mode, press LINE IN/AUX again
seconds, the frequency will be
to change to AUX mode.
displayed. (e.g. P:01 is preset 1)
Suppressing stereo
Suggest using Ø3.5mm
signal
LINE IN jack for mp3
player and AUX IN jacks
Press FM ST. to select between
for auxillary equippment such
FM mono and stereo for stereo
as DVD, VCR or PC.
FM stations.
Packaging and Shipping Instruction
When you send the product to the AVC service facility you must use the
original carton box and packing material or an equivalent as designated
by AVC.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Your Responsibility
1) You must retain the original sale receipt to provide proof of
purchase.
2) These warranties are effective only if the product is purchased
and operated in the U.S.A. or Canada.
3) Warranties extend only to defects in material or workmanship,
and do not extend to any product or parts which have been lost
or discarded, or damage to product or parts caused by misuse,
accident, improper operation or maintenance, or use in violation
of instructions provided with the product, or to product which
has been altered or modifi ed without authorization of AVC, or
to products or parts thereof which have had the serial number
removed or changed.
THE LIGHTNING FLASH AND ARROWHEAD
CAUTION
WITHIN THE TRIANGLE IS A WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
SIGN ALERTING YOU OF "DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE" INSIDE THE PRODUCT.
SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM / BACK OF PRODUCT
C A U T I O N : T O R E D U C E T H E R I S K O F
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN THE
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
TRIANGLE IS A WARNING SIGN ALERTING
(OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS
Y O U O F I M P O R TA N T I N S T R U C T I O N S
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
ACCOMPANYING THE PRODUCT.
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION : USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
WARNING: MAINS PLUG IS USED AS DISCONNECT DEVICE AND IT SHOULD
R E M A I N R E A D I LY O P E R A B L E D U R I N G I N T E N D E D U S E . I N O R D E R T O
DISCONNECT THE MAINS PLUG FROM MAINS COMPLETELY, THE MAINS PLUG
SHOULD BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS SOCKET OUTLET COMPLETELY.
For your safety
Technical information
The AC power plug is polarized
Product: Audio System
(one blade is wider than the
Brand: RCA
other) and only fits into AC power
Model: RS2767i
outlets one way. If the plug won't
Power Supply: 120V ~ 60Hz
go into the outlet completely, turn
Power Consumption: 240 Watts
the plug over and try to insert
it the other way. If it still won't
Service information
fit, contact a qualified electrician
This product should be serviced
to change the outlet, or use a
only by those specially trained in
different one. Do not attempt
appropriate servicing techniques.
to bypass this safety feature.
For instructions on how to obtain
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC
service, refer to the warranty
SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF
included in this Guide.
PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Connecting main speakers
Installation
Each speaker has a black/red
To ensure sufficient ventilation,
wire and a black/purple wire.
keep the spacing shown below
When connecting the speakers,
free from other surfaces:
match the red/purple wires to
the red/purple
4"
4"
jacks and the black wires to the
black jacks on the main unit.
4"
4"
2"
Push Speaker
Release tab to
Front view
Side view
terminal tab
lock wire in
down to insert
the terminal.
wire.
NOTE: Make sure the insulation
is completely removed from the
ends of the speaker wires at all
connection points.
Clock and timer
Setting the clock
minute digits.
3. Press
/
to set the
1. Press and hold CLOCK until
minute.
the hour fl ashes on the display.
4. Press TIMER to change to OF
2. Press
/
to set the hour
(timer off time) with hour
and then press CLOCK to
fl ashing. Repeat steps 2 & 3
shift to minute digits.
for timer off time setting.
3. Press
/
to set the minute.
5. Press TIMER to select the
4. Press CLOCK to save settings
source. Press
/
to select
or
to quit setting.
among TUNER and CD.
6. Press TIMER to set the
• When system is
volume. Adjust the volume
ON, you can press
on the main unit or press
CLOCK to display
VOL +/– on the remote
the current time for
control to select the desired
about 2 seconds.
volume level.
• When the system is OFF
7. Press TIMER to save settings
(standby), the display will
or
to quit setting.
turn off to save power.
Activating the timer
Press and release TIMER to turn
Setting the timer
on/off the timer. The timer is
active when the clock icon
is
1. Press and hold TIMER until
ON (timer on time) appears
lit.
with the hour fl ashing.
2. For setting time, press
/
to set the hour and then
press TIMER to shift to the
CD program
You can program the CD player
Playing a program List
to play up to any 32 tracks on
While in PROGRAM mode, press
the CDs in the tray.
.
1. While the CD player is
stopped, press PROGRAM
Displaying the program List
to enter program mode.
1. While the CD player is
The system displays the next
stopped, press PROGRAM to
available program number: "-
enter PROGRAM mode.
- P:01," with "- -" fl ashing,
2. Press PROGRAM repeatedly
prompts you for the fi rst
to list each track assignment
track in the program list.
in the program list.
2. Press
/
to select a track
(press DISC SKIP to select a
Deleting program List
track from a different disc).
While in PROGRAM mode, press
3. Immediately press
and hold STOP / for 3 seconds.
PROGRAM to assign
They unit displays the message
the selected track to the
"CLEAR".
program number. You are
prompted for the next track
in the program list. (In CD
Only the first 99 tracks
program mode, PROG icon
from each disc can be
will be lit.)
programmed.
Troubleshooting tips
System will not turn on
CD does not play
• Check power cord for a
• Check that CD is in the tray.
secure connection.
• Check that CD label is facing
• Unplug the unit for a
up.
moment, and then plug into
• Check that PAUSE mode is
power source again.
not on.
• Check the outlet by plugging
• Check that CD function is
in another device.
selected.
• Use CD lens cleaner.
No sound
• Clean the disc.
• Increase the volume setting.
• Try another CD.
• Check connection to
speakers.
CD sound skips
• Check that you have selected
• Clean the disc.
the appropriate function: CD,
• Check disc for warping,
TUNER, iPod, LINE IN/AUX.
scratches, or other damage.
• Make sure mute is off.
• Check if something is causing
• Make sure headphones are
the system to vibrate. If so,
not plugged in.
move the system.
• Make sure the speakers are
Poor radio reception
at least 3 feet away or on a
• Check antenna connection.
different surface from the
• Move antenna.
main unit.
• Turn off nearby electrical
appliances, such as hair
CD button will not respond,
dryer, vacuum cleaner,
or does not change discs
microwave, fl uorescent
when you press DISC SKIP
lights.
• Switch to another function
Out of Warranty
In the event your product requires repair after the limited
warranty period has expired, please contact our Customer
Support Center at 1-866-444-6478, 1-800-252-6123 or
www.1800customersupport.com/RCA
Hours: Monday–Thursday: 9am–7pm, Friday: 9am–5pm,
Saturday: 9am–NOON Eastern time.
Important:
You are responsible for any transportation, shipping or insurance
relative to the return of product to our Product Returns Center.
All warranties implied by state law, including the implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly
limited to the duration of the limited warranties set forth above.
With the exception of any warranties implied by state law as hereby
limited, the foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other
warranties, guarantees, agreements and similar obligations of
manufacturer or seller with respect to the repair or replacement
of any parts. In no event shall AVC be liable for consequential or
incidental damages.
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is authorized to
change, modify or extend the terms of these warranties in any
manner whatsoever. The time within action must be commenced to
enforce any obligation of AVC arising under the warranty or under
any statute, or law of the United States or any state thereof, is hereby
PLEASE READ AND SAVE THIS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Some of the following information
blade or the third prong is
may not apply to your particular
provided for your safety. If
product; however, as with any
the provided plug does not
electronic product, precautions
fi t into your outlet, consult an
should be observed during
electrician for replacement of
handling and use.
the obsolete outlet.
• Read these instructions.
• Protect the power cord
• Keep these instructions.
from being walked on or
• Heed all warnings.
pinched particularly at plugs,
• Follow all instructions.
convenience receptacles, and
• Do not use this apparatus near
the point where they exit from
water.
the apparatus.
• Clean only with dry cloth.
• Only use attachments/
• Do not block any ventilation
accessories specifi ed by the
openings.
manufacturer.
Install in accordance with the
• Use only with the
manufacturer's instructions.
cart, stand, tripod,
• Do not install near any heat
bracket, or table
sources such as radiators, heat
specifi ed by the
registers, stoves, or other
manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus (including amplifi ers)
apparatus. When a cart is used,
that produce heat.
use caution when moving the
• Do not defeat the safety
cart/apparatus combination to
purpose of the polarized
avoid injury from tip-over.
or grounding-type plug. A
• Unplug this apparatus during
polarized plug has two blades
lightning storms or when
with one wider than the
unused for long periods of time.
other. A grounding type plug
• Refer all servicing to qualifi ed
has two blades and a third
service personnel. Servicing is
grounding prong. The wide
required when the apparatus
General controls
Main Unit
PROGRAM – To enter program
mode for CD and tuner.
CLOCK – To show time and
enter clock setting mode.
CLOCK
TIMER
DIMMER
SLEEP
TIMER – To turn the timer on/
DISC SKIP
DEMO
off; press and hold to enter the
AUTO
PROG
BAND
timer setting mode.
TUNE
TUNE
SOURCE
PRESET
PRESET
FOLDER
FOLDER
PROGRAM
DIMMER•DEMO – To turn the
feature demonstration on or
SHUFFLE
off; to adjust display brightness.
PLAY MODE
EQ
SLEEP – To select the time
LINE IN
L
interval in minutes before the
AUX IN
R
unit turns off.
– To open or close the disc tray.
ON/STANDBY – To turn power
DISC SKIP – To skip to the next
on or off (STANDBY mode).
CD in the tray.
VOLUME – To increase/decrease
AUTO PROG•BAND – To
the volume.
change between FM and AM
tuner bands; to enter auto
/
– To tune radio
preset program in FM mode.
frequency; to skip CD/iPod
track; to fast search through the
SOURCE – To select among CD
CD/iPod.
player, tuner, iPod and line in
/AUX sources.
– To play or pause CD/iPod.
Sound features
Bass boost
Sleep mode
Press BASS to turn on/off
You can select the time interval
boosting the bass frequency. The
in minutes before the unit turns
BASS icon lights on the display
off automatically.
when it is activated.
1. Press SLEEP to select among
OFF, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 15, 10
and 5 minutes. The sleep icon
Muting audio
lights on the display when
Press
on the remote control
sleep mode is activated.
to cut or restore the sound.
2. When sleep is activated,
press SLEEP once to view
Using preset equalizer curves
remaining sleep time.
Press EQ on the unit to select
Press SLEEP again when
among FLAT, ROCK, POP, JAZZ,
the remaining sleep time
CLASSIC and CUSTOM. The display
is displayed to change the
shows your selection briefly.
sleep time.
• Sleep is automatically de-
Creating a Custom Curve
activated when the unit is
1. Press EQ on the unit to
select the CUSTOM mode.
turned off.
2. While CUSTOM is displayed,
press
/
to cycle among
the displayed BASS and TREB
range levels.
3. While BASS or TREB is
displayed, adjust the volume
to set the associated gain
between -10 - +10.
4. Press EQ to exit.
mp3/WMA playback sequence
• Refer to the diagram below for playback sequence details on
multi-level folder structure.
• Songs are played before playing songs placed in folders at each
level.
• Folder playback sequence is indicated by the letters A to G.
• Song playback sequence is indicated by the numbers (1 to 15) in
front of the song name.
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
LEVEL 4
A
B
Folder 1.1
3
Song 1.1.1
Folder 1
4
Song 1.1.2
5
Song 1.1.3
C
D
Folder 1.2
Folder 1.2.1
6
Song 1.2.1.1
Song 1.2.1.2
7
Song 1.2.1.3
8
E
F
Folder 2
Folder 2.1
12
Song 2.1.1
13
Song 2.1.2
9
Song 2.2
10
Song 2.3
Song 2.4
11
G
Folder 3
14
Song 3.1
15
Song 3.2
1
Song 4
2
Song 5
Additional information
(TUNER, iPod, LINE IN/AUX)
Disconnect the audio system
and then back to CD.
from the power source before
performing any maintenance.
Remote control does not work
Cleaning
• Check that the batteries are
properly installed.
Clean the exterior of the system
using a soft dust cloth.
• Replace weak batteries.
• Check the system is plugged
CD Player
into power source.
CAUTION! This system operates
• Point the remote directly at
with a laser. It must be opened
the system's front panel.
by only a qualified technician.
• Move closer to the system.
• Remove any obstacles
Handling CDs
between the remote and the
• Do not touch the signal
system.
surfaces. Hold CDs by the
edges, or by one edge
iPod does not respond to
and the hole. Do not affi x
the speaker system
labels or adhesive tapes to
• Remove your iPod from
the label surfaces. Do not
the dock and check
scratch or damage the label.
for obstruction on the
CDs rotate at high speeds
connectors in the dock and
inside the player. Do not
on your iPod.
use damaged (cracked or
• Make sure that your iPod
warped) CDs
is working properly before
docking into the unit. Please
Cleaning CDs
refer to your iPod manual
• Dirty CDs can cause poor
for details.
sound quality. Always keep
limited to one year from the date of purchase. This limitation does
not apply to implied warranties arising under state law.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have
other rights, which may vary, from state to state. Some states do not
allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, when an
action may be brought, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above provisions may not apply to
you.
For more information on other products and services, please visit our
www.1800customersupport.com/RCA
web site at
has been damaged in any way,
• Do not attempt to disassemble
such as power-supply cord or
the cabinet. This product
plug is damaged, liquid has been
does not contain customer
spilled or objects have fallen into
serviceable components.
the apparatus, the apparatus
• Where the main plug or an
has been exposed to rain or
appliance coupler is used as
moisture, does not operate
the disconnect device, the
normally, or has been dropped.
disconnect device shall remain
• ADDITIONAL SAFETY
readily operable.
INFORMATION
• IF YOUR PRODUCT OPERATES
• Apparatus shall not be exposed
ON BATTERIES, adhere to
the following precautions:
to dripping or splashing and
A. Any battery may leak
no objects fi lled with liquids,
electrolyte if mixed with
such as vases, shall be placed
a different battery type, if
on the apparatus.
inserted\ incorrectly, or if all
• Always leave suffi cient space
batteries are not replaced at
around the product for
the same time.
ventilation. Do not place
B. Any battery may leak
product in or on a bed, rug,
electrolyte or explode if
in a bookcase or cabinet that
disposed of in fi re or an attempt
may prevent air fl ow through
is made to charge a battery not
vent openings.
intended to be recharged.
• Do not place lighted candles,
C. Discard leaky batteries
cigarettes, cigars, etc. on the
immediately. Leaking batteries
product.
can cause skin burns or
• Connect power cord only to
other personal injury. When
AC power source as marked on
discarding batteries, be sure to
the product.
dispose of them in the proper
• Care should be taken so that
manner, according to your state/
objects do not fall into the product.
provincial and local regulations.
– To stop CD/iPod playback.
Remote control
FOLDER/PRESET
/
– to
TUNER
SOURCE
iPod
LINE IN/
CD
AUX
select the previous or next
folder in mp3/wma disc mode;
DISC SKIP
to select the previous or next
VOL
preset stations in tuner mode.
SHUFFLE – To turn on/off
VOL
random CD playback.
OPEN/CLOSE
STOP
PLAY MODE – To cycle between
PLAY MODE
SHUFFLE
different CD play mode.
MENU
SELECT
INTRO
FOLDER
SLEEP
/PRESET
LINE IN – Ø3.5mm jack for
external sound input.
RS 2767i
AUX IN•L/R – Jacks for external
sound input.
– To turn power on or off
(STANDBY mode).
BASS – To turn BASS on or off.
CD – To select the CD player.
EQ – To select the equalizer
presets.
TUNER – To select the tuner
and change the radio band.
– Jack for connecting
headphones.
iPod – To select iPod playback.
PUSH OPEN – Push to open /
LINE IN / AUX – To select the
close the iPod dock.
external sound input from LINE
IN / AUX IN jacks.
CD playback
This unit is compatible
Notes on Simple mp3/WMA
CD-R / RW
with CD-RW/ CD-R discs
Playback:
for playback.
• This unit is compatible with
simple mp3/WMA discs. Text
Notes on CD-R/RW Disc:
information can be shown
• Do not affi x any type
(e.g. ID3 tags)
of labels to either side
• It is strongly recommended
(recordable or labeled
that you use a single
side) of a CD-R/RW disc as
folder structure for simple
this may result in the unit
mp3/WMA discs. If there
malfunctioning.
are more than only layer of
• To avoid damages to the
folders, the tracks may be
CD-R/RW disc, do not open
rearranged.
the disc compartment door
• The fi rst 100 folders from
while the disc is being read.
the fi rst 8 folder levels can
• Do not load an unrecorded
be read on this unit.
CD-R/RW disc into the unit.
• The unit reads the fi rst 412
This may take a longer time
fi les from each discs and the
to read the disc.
fi rst 255 fi les in each folder.
• Playback capability for CD-
RW discs may vary due to
variations in the quality of
the CD-RW disc and the
recorder used to create the
disc.
iPod playback
Installing the iPod Dock
Listening to your iPod
Adapter
Insert your iPod into the
connector in the dock. Press
1. Choose the iPod Dock
iPod to select iPod mode.
Adapter that fits your iPod.
• Press
to begin or pause
Adapter no.3 – iPod mini (4GB, 6GB)
playback, and STOP/
to
stop playback.
Adapter no.7 – iPod photo (40GB,
• Press
/
to select a
60GB); iPod with color display (60GB)
specifi c song.
Adapter no.8 – iPod nano (2GB, 4GB)
• Press and hold
/
to
Adapter no.9 – 5G iPod with video
search through a song while
(30GB); U2 iPod with video (30GB);
it is playing.
iPod classic 80GB
• Press MENU to display iPod
menu, press again to return
Adapter no.10 – 5G iPod with video
to previous menu.
(60GB, 80GB); iPod classic 160GB
• Press
FOLDER/PRESET
to
navigate iPod menu lists.
2. Push PUSH OPEN on the
• Press SELECT to confirm
unit to open the iPod dock.
iPod menu lists.
3. Insert your iPod Dock
Adapter into the dock until
it sits firmly in place.
• Your iPod will
charge automatically
Removing the iPod
(until fully charged)
Dock Adapter
once it is docked.
• To prevent interference to
Remove the iPod
AM signal, please switch off
Dock Adapter as
the iPod while using Radio.
illustrated.
CDs clean by wiping them
Technical specifi cations
gently with a soft cloth
Power supply: 120V~60Hz
from the inner edge toward
Dimensions ( H x W x D inches):
the outer perimeter.
Unit size - 12 x 11 x 17
• If a CD becomes dirty, wet a
Main Speaker - 12.1 x 9.5 x 9
soft cloth in water, wring it
Main unit weight: 13.6 lbs
out well, wipe the dirt away
CD player: Response curve (+/-
gently, and then remove any
2dB): 60Hz to 15 kHz
water drops with a dry cloth.
Rating Plate: Look for it at the
• Do not use record cleaning
back of the set.
sprays or antistatic agents
on CDs. Also, never clean
The descriptions and
CDs with benzene, thinner,
characteristics given in this
or other volatile solvents
which may cause damage to
document are given as a
general indication and not as a
disc surface
guarantee. In order to provide
CD Lens Care
the highest quality product
possible, we reserve the right
When your CD lens gets dirty
it can also cause the system to
to make any improvement or
output poor sound quality. To
modification without prior
clean the lens you will need
notice. The English version
to purchase a CD lens cleaner
serves as the final reference on
which can maintain the output
all products and operational
sound quality of your system.
details should any discrepancies
For instructions on cleaning
arise in other languages.
the CD lens, refer to the ones
accompanying the lens cleaner.
Important:
Also keep your "Bill of Sale" as proof of purchase.
Model no. ..............................................................................
Product name ...................................................................................
Type of set .................................................................................
Serial no. ..................................................................................
Invoice no. ........................................................................
Date purchased ..........................................................................
Dealer name ..........................................................................
FOR SERVICE AND REPAIR, PLEASE VISIT
www.1800customersupport.com/RCA
Specifications and external appearance are subject to change
without notice.
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