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Listening To The Radio - Sanyo MCD-ZX100F Instruction Manual

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1. Set the FUNCTION switch to RADIO.
2. Select the desired radio band with the
BAND switch.
3. Tune in a desired station by turning the
TUNING control.
4. To turn the radio off, set the FUNCTION
switch to TAPE/OFF.
Recording copyright material without permis-
sion of the copyright owners is usually an
infringement. If you wish to re-record copyright
material, permission from the copyright owner is
necessary. SANYO does not approve of, and
cannot be held responsible for, any unlawful use
of this machine.
Recording compact discs (Synchronous
1. Load a blank cassette.
2. Select "CD" function.
3. Load the disc to be recorded.
Select the track number if required.
For programmed recording, programme
the material in advance (as described
4. Press the REC button. The PLAY button is
engaged simultaneously and CD record-
ing starts.
5. Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop
Recording from the radio
1. Load a blank cassette.
2. Tune in the radio station to be recorded.
3. Press the REC button to start recording.
4. Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop


To receive FM stereo broadcasts
Set the FM MODE switch to ST.
If the signal from an FM stereo station is
weak and reception is poor, set the FM
MODE switch to MONO. The reception
may be improved, but the sound will be
To improve reception
FM: Pull out the telescopic aerial and adjust
its position.
AM: Rotate the unit.
When beat is heard
Beat (a high-pitched noise) may sometimes be
heard during the recording of radio broadcasts.
If this occurs, set the BEAT CANCEL switch to 1
or 2 position that reduces the level of the beat
Safeguards against accidental erasure
To protect side A, break out tab (1). To protect
side B, break out tab (2).
To erase or record a protected cassette,
cover the tab openings with adhesive tape
The REC button cannot be depressed when
using a protected cassette.



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