FM outdoor aerial
FM indoor aerial
AM loop aerial
Do not connect
the mains lead to an AC outlet
until all connections
have been made.
R ch speaker
L ch speaker
When the unit is first connected, the display switches automatically
To cancel this mode, turn the power on or press the DISPLAY button.
The system is not disconnected
from the mains unless the mains lead is
unplugged from the AC outlet.
When connecting the speakers, make
(+) and (–) polarities
matched properly. Otherwise, the sound
may appear to be lacking in the bass
range and in stability.
Connect the speaker wire with the stripe
to the red terminal (+) and the other wire
to the black terminal (–).
The FM indoor aerial is sufficient to receive most local FM broadcasts and
should be connected to the EXT. ANT. terminal. Extend the aerial wire as
straight as possible and, while listening to the sound from the system,
secure it in a position which yields minimal distortion and noise.
In fringe areas or where reception
distorted or noisy, an FM outdoor aerial
(not supplied) should be connected
stead of the indoor aerial. The terminals
will accept 75-ohm coaxial cable. Con-
suit your dealer.
the loop aerial as shown in
the aerial wires, then connect them to the AM LOOP ANT.
Place the loop aerial in a position which yields the best AM
reception, or attach it to a wall or other surface as shown In figure.
noise, the speaker, mains and any other leads should not
come close to the FM indoor or outdoor aerial lead and AM loop aerial. Do
not place the aerial leads close to the system.
Connect leads (not supplied) from the audio output sockets of a video
to the VIDEO IN sockets.
Connect stereo headphones
(not supplied) to the PHONES socket for
monitoring or for private hstening. The speakers are automatically
nected when headphones