The apparatus shall not be exposed to drip-
ping or splashing.
Do not use where there are extremes of tem-
perature (below 5 'C or exceeding 350C).
of the CD player's extremely
noise and wide dynamic range, there might
be a tendency to set the volume on the am-
plifier unnecessarily high. Doing so may pro-
duce an excessively
large output from the
Sudden changes in the ambient temperature
may cause condensation
to form on the op-
tical lens inside the unit. If this happens,
take out the disc, leave the unit for about 1
hour, and then proceed to operate.
Do not install this equipment
in a confined
such as a book case
or built in
The rating label is located on the bottom of
1. Function switch (FUNCTION)
2. Volume control (VOLUME)
4. Remote sensor (IR)
5. Telescopic aerial
6. CD Track number display (CD TRACK NO.)
7. CD Compartment
8. CD Compartment
9. Indicators (CD PLAY, REPEAT, MEMORY)
12. Radio band switch (BAND)
13. Tuning control (TUNING)
14. Memory button (MEMORY)
15. Cassette holder
16. Pause button (PAUSE)
18. Fast forward button (FFWD)
19. Rewind button (REW)
20. Play button (PLAY)
21. Record button (REC)
22. Repeat button (REPEAT)
24. Bass expander button (BASSXPANDER)
25. AC input socket (AC INPUT)
26. Battery compartment
27. Beat cancel switch (BEAT CANCEL)
Connect one end of the mains lead to the AC INPUT
socket and the other end to an AC outlet.
when the mains lead is con-
nected to the unit.
switch is mounted on the
side. The unit is not discon-
nected from mains, even switched off.
Install eight "R20/D" batteries (not supplied) as
shown in Fig. 2.
Cautions on batteries
To prevent battery electrolyte leakage, which may
result in injury and damage to the unit or other
objects, observe the following precautions:
must be installed
proper polarity (see diagram on the rear of
Do not mix new with old or used batteries.
Only use batteries
of the same type and
Remove the batteries when they are not to
be used for a long period time.
they must be disposed of in a
safe manner which complies with all appli-