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Before Operation - Sanyo DC D30 Instruction Manual

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BEFORE OPERATION
Turning the power on and off
Press the POWER switch. The displays light and the STANDBY indicator
goes out.
To turn off the power, press the POWER switch again. The clock display
remains lit and the STANDBY indicator lights.
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When the mains lead is connected to the AC outlet, the STANDBY
indicator lights and the unit will respond to commands from the
remote control.
Selecting the function
Press the FUNCTION switch to light the desired function indicator.
The function is automatically selected when CD play or tape playback is
started, or when the BAND switch have been operated.
When the function selection is changed, the graphic display appears
and scrolls for a few seconds on the display as follows:
Cd: CD
TAPE: TAPE
TunER: TUNER
PHono: PHONO
VldEo: VIDEO
When the function selection is changed, CD play, tape playback or
recording is automatically stopped (except during tape dubbing).
When "CD" or "TUNER" is selected, the clock display disappears. To
display the clock, press the CLOCK switch for less than 1 second.
Press the switch again to return the original display.
4djusting the volume
Aess the UP or DOWN VOLUME control, or "+" or" -" VOL control on
the remote control.
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When operating the control, the volume level setting appears on the
display for 1 second.
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To reduce the volume temporarily
(muting)
Press the MUTE switch on the remote control ("MuTE" appears and
scrolls for a few seconds on the display). "MUTE" blinks.
The muting function will be retained for a few days, even if the unit is
turned off or the mains lead is disconnected.
The volume is restored to its previous level by pressing the same switch
again.
Adjusting the left/right speaker
balance
Use the BALANCE control to adjust the Ieft,hight speaker balance.
3ass expander system
Press the BASS switch to enhance the bass sound.
Spectrum analyzer
Indicates the input level of each sound range in the following 5 display
modes.
Bar-graph mode
Peak hold mode
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Each time the DISPLAY switch is pressed, the display mode changes as
follows:
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If the DISPLAY switch is pressed for 1,5 or more seconds, the display
enters the demonstration mode. "DEMO" appears and scrolls, then
the sound style displays, etc. will sequentially appear. To cancel this
mode, press the switch again in one touch.
WHAT TO DO IF ...
Ifthe operation of the unit or display is not normal or when all the memory
contents are to be cleared, disconnect the mains lead from the AC :utlet
and press the appropriate RES~
button (rear of each unit) for20seconds
or more.
For CD player/tuner/timer
For cassette decldamplifier
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