Removing the USB memory device
Do one of the followings:
Press the STOP n button (or the n button on
the remote controller).
To change to other functions.
Turn off the power.
1. Set the FUNCTION switch to TAPE/OFF.
2. Press the STOP/EJECT button. The cassette
3. Load the cassette into the cassette holder.
After loading the cassette, push the cassette
holder back into position.
4. Press the PLAY button to begin playback.
5. Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop
playback at any time. Press it again to remove
When the end of the tape has been reached
the tape stops automatically.
Use the normal tape (TYPE 1).
Endless tapes cannot be used.
Do not use C-100 (or longer) tapes. They
may jam in the mechanism.
1. Set the FUNCTION switch to RADIO.
2. Select the desired radio band with the BAND
3. Tune in a desired station by turning the
4. To turn the radio off, set the FUNCTION
switch to TAPE/OFF or CD/USB.
LISTENING TO TAPES
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
Do not disconnect the USB memory device dur-
ing playback. If do, the data may be damaged.
Press the PAUSE button to temporarily stop
playback or recording. Press it again to resum
Fast forward and rewind
Press the F. FWD or REW button. When the
desired location has been reached, or the tape-
has been wound to the end, press the STOP/
Automatic stop system
At the end of the tape while recording or playing
back, the cassette deck stops automatically and
the buttons are released.
This system does not work in fast forwar and
rewind operation. Be sure to press the STOP/
EJECT button when the end of the tape has been
Example (When using C-60 tape):
Press the STOP/EJECT button after appromately
2 minutes have elapsed under fast forward and
To receive FM stereo broadcasts
Set the FM MODE select switch (the back of the
unit) to ST.
If the signal from an FM stereo station is weak
and reception is poor, set the FM MODE
select switch to MONO. The reception may be
improved, but the sound will be monaural.
To improve reception
FM: Pull out the telescopic aerial and adjust its
AM: Rotate the unit.