6. Press the MEMORY switch to preset the station. "PROG." disappears.
If the memory contents are lost due to a power failure or other
If the next step is not taken within 10 seconds in the steps 4-6,
condition, programme the stations again.
"PROG." disappears and the memory operation is cancelled.
Press the MEMORY switch to continue.
Listening to the preset station
7. Repeat steps 1-6, to add more preset stations.
1. Select the band.
Clearing the memory
2. Select the desired preset number by pressing the
Select the band.
Select the preset number to be cleared by pressing the V
For receiving an FM stereo broadcast, make sure that "AUTO" is
If not, press the FMflUNE
switch to display
Press the MEMORY switch, then press SH/CLEAR.
"-- - -" appears
for 2 seconds.
"ST" appears when an FM stereo broadcast is received.
Ifthe signals from an FM stereo station are weak and reception is poor,
If a new station is programmed into a band and preset number already
press the FM/TUNE MODE switch to change to monaural reception.
containing a programmed station, the previously programmed station
("ST" is replaced by "MONO" in the display.)
will be cleared.
TO RECORDS OR VIDEO SOURCES
1. Select "PHONO" or "VIDEO".
2. Follow the instructions supplied with the turntable or video equip
of the copyright
owners Is usually an infringement.
If you wish to re-record copyright
material, permission from the copyright owner is necessary.
does not approve of, and cannot be held responsible for, any unlaw-
ful use of this machine.
The record muting function does not operate during CD computer
recording or tape high-speed dubbing.
To create an unrecorded blank of any length, hold down the REC
MUTE switch for the required time. The deck enters the record pause
mode when the switch is released.
Use deck B for recording.
(for protecting valuable
Press the EJECT button and load the cassette for recording.
Set the DOLBY NR switch to on or off as desired.
Set the REVERSE MODE switch position.
For recording one side only.
For recording both sides in succession.
If recording has been started from the reverse side, only the
reverse side will be recorded.
If a tape with one of its tabs already broken out is used for
recording, the tape will not be reversed automatically, and it will
If the REC/PAUSE,
REC or DUBBING HIGH switch is
pressed during (~)
mode, the reverse mode will set automati-
Accidental erasure can be prevented by breaking out the tabs on the end
of the cassette tape (where the tape is not exposed) using a screwdriver
or similar implement.
If a tab is broken out in error and you wish to re-record the tape, simply
block the tab hole using adhesive tape and the tape can be used for
For Cr02 tape
Recording will start in the forward direction under the following condi-
When CD computer recording is used
When tape high-speed dubbing is used
When using the timer for unattended recording
Automatic record muting
Undesirable parts of a programme can be omitted while recording.
Press the REC MUTE switch once while recording. The REC/PAUSE
indicator blinks and a 5-second unrecorded blank space is created, then
the cassette deck enters the record pause mode.
To resume recording, press the REC/PAUSE switch.
Break out tab A for side A.
Break out tab B for side B.