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Using The Timers - Sanyo DC-LD5 Instruction Manual

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USING THE TIMERS
ON/OFF timer:
This enables radio programmed to be recorded unat-
tended, LD/CDV/CD
play or tape playback can be set
ON and OFF at the selected times,
WAKE UP timer:
This wakes you uptothe sound of a LD/CDV/CD, tape or
radio,
SLEEP timer (max. 90 minutes):
This allows you to fall asleep to the sound of a LD/CDV/
CD, tape or radio,
Note:
- In case LD/CDV play, the connected TV set cannot be
set ON and OFF by the timer. Turn off the TV set.
- Make absolutely sure that the clock shows the correct
present time before setting any of the timers.
USING THE ON/OFF TIMER
First set the ON and OFF times and the source whose
sound is to be heard (for the tuner, select the band and
preset station). Operation will start with the selected source
at the ON time and the power will be switched off at the OFF
time.
The timer settings are stored in the memory and retained
even when the timer operation has been completed.
Each time the ON/OFF timer is to be actually operated, set
the timer to the standby mode.
1. Set the timer ON/OFF times and the operation mode.
(See "ON/OFF timer settings" section.)
2. Prepare to hear the sources and prepare to record.
-
For disc play, load a disc and set the KARAOKE
switch to MUSIC.
-
For recording, load the recording tape into deck 2
and set the deck to record-standby
mode. Check
tape running direction. To record in the opposite
direction to that indicated by the blinking PLAY indi-
cator, press once the PIAY switch whose indicator is
not blinking, check that the other indicator is now
blinking, and press the STOP switch.
-
For tape playback, load the tape into deck 1 or deck
2. When tapes have been loaded into both decks,
deck 2 takes precedence,
-
For tape recording/playback,
select the MODE switch
position which corresponds
to the recording/play-
back time, and set the DOLBY NR switch to ON or
OFF,
- Turn down the VOLUME control for unattended re-
cording.
3. Check the timer settings. (See "To check the timer
settings" section.)
4. Check that "TIMER" (or''TlMER REC") is displayed, and
then press the POWER switch to turn off the power.
ON/OFF timer settings
1.
2.
Press the TIMER s~itch. The "TIMER ON" display and
previous timer ON time setting appear for 5 seconds.
eg: TIMER ON
1:10
PM
Press the MEMORY switch before the 5 seconds elapse,
The "TIMER ON" and hours displays blink.
TIMER ON
1:10
PM
3.
4.
5.
Set the timer ON time by pressing the UP and DOWN
switches and then MEMORY switch (in the same way as
instructed under "ADJUSTING THE CLOCK").
TIMER ON
10:20
PM
TIMER OFF
2:00
PM
The previous timer OFF time setting now appears, and
both the "TIMER OFF" and hours displays blink.
Set the timer OFF time in the same way as described in
step 3.
TIMER OFF
11:00
PM
TIMER SOURCE
dlSC
The "TIMER SOURCE"
and previous source setting
displays both blink.
Select the source by pressing the UP and DOWN switches
and then MEMORY switch.
-
Every time the UP switch is pressed, the source
changes in the following sequence (or in the reverse
sequence if the DOWN switch is pressed):
dlSC - TAPE - TU - TU REC - dlSC -...
A return is made to the original display after 1 second,
and the timer operation standby mode is established
automatically. (The "TIMER" display remains.)
Note:
When the ON/OFF timer (or WAKE UP timer) is set forthe–
first time or when the memory contents have been lost
due to a power failure, "12:OOAM" is displayed for both
the ON and OFF times (orforthe wake-up time), In cases
like this, the MEMORY switch must be pressed after the
times have been set using the UP and DOWN switches.
If the MEMORY switch is pressed with the "12:OOAM"
display remaining unchanged, "Err" appears, the set-
ting mode is released, and a return is made to the
original display.
- The timer mode is released if a power failure occurs
during timer operation.
With tuner reception or unattended
recording
The station for timer operation must be preset.
10
2.
3.
Perform step 5 above untii "TU" appears on the dispiay.
TiMER SOURCE
TU
When the MEMORY switch is pressed, the band, preset
number and frequency of the previous timer operatio
are dispiayed.
.
eg: TiMER SOURCE
P 02
AM
594
kHz
Select "TiMER REC" in the case of unattended record-
ing.
Select the band using the BAND SELECT switch, and
indicate the desired preset number using the UP and
DOWN switches or the PRESET 12KEY switches on the
remote controller.
TIMER SOURCE
P 02
FM1
88.10
MHz
Note:
When a preset number cieared using the CLEAR switch
has been selected, "- - - -" blinks on the frequency
display. if the MEMORY switch is pressed now, "Err"
appears, the setting mode is released and a return is
made to the originai mode.
Press the MEMORY switch. The whole dispiay in step 2
lights (for 1 second) and then a return is made to the
originai display.
(The "TiMER" or "TiMER REC" dispiay remains.)
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