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Adjusting The Clock - Sanyo DC-LD5 Instruction Manual

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AM channel step switch (Fig. 6)
Before use, set the CHANNEL
STEP switch on the rear
panel to the position corresponding tothefrequency
mode
in the area of use.
Set the switch to "9kHz" or "1 OkHz," according to
whether the local AM band is organized in 9 kHz or 10
kHz steps.
Note:
Before operating the switch, be sure to turn the unit off.
Microphones
Connect microphone(s) (200 -600 ohms impedance, not
supplied) to the MIC socket(s) with the MIC VOL controls
turned down.
Headphones
For private listening, connect headphones
(not supplied)
to the HEADPHONES
socket with the VOLUME control
turned down.
Connections
for AV (Audio/Video)
equipment
(Fig. 7)
When using the laser disc player, be sure to connect a TV
set. Also, audio/video equipment such as a VCR, BS tuner
or digital audio tape (DAT) deck can be connected, The
MONITOR OUT socket can be used to connect a TV set for
monitoring the images of a video device.
Detaching the speaker panel (See Fig. 8)
Connection with a TV without video input terminal (Fig. 9)
10
2,
3,
Connect a VHF aerial lead to the UN INPUT terminal.
In case of feeder wire (Fig. 10)
In case of coaxial cable (with F type connector) (Fig. 11)
Connect to the WV INPUT terminal as is.
In case of coaxial cable (without F type connector)
(Fig. 12)
Connect the VHF terminal of TV set to the WV OUTPUT
terminal of the unit.
To connect to the VHF terminal (Fig. 13)
Connect a UHF aerial lead to the UHF terminal of the TV
set.
4. To watch the picture of a video disc, set the TV CHAN-
NEL switch to CH 3 or CH 4.
In this case, even ifswitching AV1 orAV2 asthefunction,
the picture will not switch.
To view TV broadcast
Unload the disc, turn off the unit. Tune the TV set to the
desired channel.
PREPARATIONS
FOR THE
REMOTE
CON-
TROLLER OPERATION
Inserting batteries
1. Pushdown on the battery compartment lid on the back
of the remote controller and slide it to open.
2. Load the two "AA/SUM-3/R6'
dry batteries, taking care
to align their (+) and (-) polarities correctly, and replace
the compartment lid.
Note:
After inserting or replacing batteries, press the BAND switch
on the remote controller to reset the remote controller.
CAUTION
WHEN INSTALLING BAITERIES
To prevent battery leakage, which may possibly result in
bodily injury and damage to the unit or other objects,
observe the following precautions:
1. All batteries must be installed with proper polarity (see
diagram in the battery compartment).
2. Do not mix new with old or used batteries.
3. Only use batteries of the same type and brand.
4. Unused batteries should not be left in unit.
Remote control range
Use the remote controller within an angle of 30° at the left
and right horizontally and over distances up to about 7
meters straight ahead (Fig. 14).
Note:
Remote control will not be possible if there is any obstacle
blocking the path between the remote sensor and remote
controller.
ADJUSTING
THE CLOCK
The "12:OOAM" display blinks when the mains plug is
inserted into the AC outlet for the first time or when the
programmed details have been lost because of a power
failure.
Example: To set "7:30PM",
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Press the CLOCK switch for 1 or more seconds. T _
"CLOCK" display and hours display blink.
eg: CLOCK
12:00
AM
If nothing further is
done,
the time setting mode will be
released after about 30 seconds.
Press the UP and DOWN switches to set the "hours."
CLOCK
7:00
PM
Press the MEMORY switch. The minutes display now
blinks.
CLOCK
7:00
PM
Press the UP and DOWN switches to set the "minutes."
CLOCK
7:30
PM
Press the MEMORY switch. The minutes display now
lights and the clock starts operating. (The "CLOCK"
display remains.)
CLOCK
7:30
PM
The clock uses the 12-hour system (NOTEAM and PM).
Every time the UP or DOWN switch is pressed, the
display will be incremented ordecremented
by 1 hour or
1 minute. If either switch is kept depressed, the display
will be continuously incremented or decremented
until
the switch is released.

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