RCA RP-9753 Use And Care Manual

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  • Page 1 T IWA ntrn itcn bn umn b men HIGH I\ mn P men t men a men d men - men WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. AUDIO SYSTEM USE &CARE GUIDE FIDELITY TliE ffiNlNlNG FLAW AND ARRM.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS GETTING STARTED For YourOwnRecords UnpackingYourSystem WheretoPlacetheSystem BASIC CONNECTIONS ConnectingtheTwoUnits Connecting Speakers Placing Speakers ... ConnectingtheAntenna AddinganAuxillaryComponent ProvidingAC Power ... Connecting Headphones.. BASIC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS POWERONMode STANDBYMode.. Selecting a Source of Sound ... Adjusting Volume ... Adjusting Balance Selecting EqualizerSettings BassBoost..
  • Page 3 Easy-to-use, multi-function This Use and Care Guide provides the information operate, and maintain your new RCA audio system. Please read the Use and Care Guide thoroughly greatest listening pleasure. For Your Own Records Please record the following information.
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Carefully remove all items from the shipping carton. Be sure to remove all packing materials and wrappings. We recommend the event you want to store, transport, Your new RCA audio system includes the following items: Tuner/Amplifier CD/Cassette Hand-held l-meter FM antenna wire...
  • Page 5: Basic Connections Connectingthetwounits

    BASIC CONNECTIONS Connecting the Two Units Your new RCA audio system includes a Tuner/Amplifier CD/Cassette top of the Tuner/Amplifier NOTE: Press the plug snugly into place to assure a complete connection. Never connect or disconnect CASSETTE/CD TUNER/AMPLIFIER $ Connecting the Speakers...
  • Page 6: Placing Speakers

    )RlGHT[ FRONT ANTENNA ANTENNA CONNECTIONS NOTE: On all speaker connections, makes contact with the terminal. To connect two surround speakers Use only 8D speakers. Speakers with specifications other than 851 may be damag- ed or may damage the system . Such damage becomes the owner’s respon- sibility.
  • Page 7: Providingac Power

    BASIC CONNECTIONS Adding an Auxiliary Component Use the VlDEOlAUX add a component system - a tape recorder, CD player, VCR, camcorder, or other compatible device. Match the left and right output plugs from the auxiliary component Left (L) and Right (R) VIDEO/AUX input jacks. The auxiliary components recording.
  • Page 8: Basic Operating Instructions

    BASIC OPERATING 1. POWER button 2. STANDBY indicator 3. SENSOR for remote control 4. PHONES jack 5. EQUALIZER selector buttons NOTE: See “USING operating POWER POWER ON Mode Press the POWER button and release. The LCD display lights, and the system begins operating source last selected - the tuner, the dual tape deck, the CD player, or a properly connected STANDBY Mode...
  • Page 9: Selecting A Source Of Sound

    BASIC OPERATION 0 II II II AUXlAV TUNER TAPE BALANCE BASS BOOST INSTUCTJONS Selecting a Source of Sound The source selector buttons - TUNER, TAPE, CD, and AUXIAV - indicate the sources of sound available to you through the system. To select a source of sound, simply press the button that represents the desired source.
  • Page 10: Surround Sound

    4. MANUAL/SEEK Selecting the Tuner TUNER Your new RCA system includes a tuner that lets you listen to receivable AM and FM radio signals. To select the tuner, press the TUNER selector button. The display indicates the tuner’s current setting. For example: AM can be received from 536 to 1720 KHz.
  • Page 11: Switching Between Am And Fm

    BIASIC OPERATION Switching Between AM and FM To change from AM to FM (or vice versa) press the SAND button. Pressing SAND switches the system back and forth between the two recep tion modes. Tuning in a Station Press and hold MANUAL/SEEK second and the tuner will scan automatically radio signal.
  • Page 12: Selectingapreset Station

    ..‘ ‘ - ?;$ BASIC OPERATION Selecting To select a preset station: Select the desired tuning mode (AM or FM). Press the BAND button to switch between the two modes. . *;. .Yw .& Press PRESET A or PRESET V to reach the number that stores the ti, r ,,.
  • Page 13: Using The Compact Disc Player

    USING THE COMPACT 1. TIME 2. EDIT 3. SYNCHRO 4. PLAY/PAUSE 5. STOP 6. TRACK REVERSE 7. TRACK FORWARD 8. SEARCH REVERSE Reading the Display 1. Currently selected disc (uppermost 2. Play (b) or pause (II) indicator 3 Current track number 4.
  • Page 14: Selecting The Compact Disc Player

    Selecting the Compact Disc Player To select the compact disc player, press the CD selector button. The system will now operate with the CD player as the selected source of sound, available for playback or recording. Loading and Removing Discs The disc tray holds up to 3 compact discs, accommodating Sinch sizes.
  • Page 15: Playing And Loading Discs Simultaneously

    USING THE COMPACT If the CD player is in stop mode, press ,111 (PLAY/PAUSE) and the first available disc will start to play. The display flashes the number of the cur- rently playing disc above the numbers of the other two discs. Play starts with the first track of the selected disc and continues sequentially through the last track on disc 3.
  • Page 16: Skippingtoaspecifictrack

    COMpAC’lr Skipping to a Specific Track You can move quickly to the start of any track on the current disc by the TRACK buttons. The disc may be in play, pause, or stop mode. To skip forward to the start of the next track, press w To skip back to the start of the previous track,, press )rr If you skip to a new track while the disc is playing, the selected track begins to play automatically.
  • Page 17: Programmingtheorderoftracks

    USING THE COMPACT Press TIME again to return to the original display of elapsed time since the start of the current track. Press STOP to stop play and show the total number of tracks and total playing time of the selected disc. Programming the Order of Tracks You can program the CD player to play tracks in any desired order, using discs in any sequence,...
  • Page 18: Cancelingaprogram

    THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER Press w (track forward) or trr the selected disc. The track number is displayed before the “F!” For ex- ample, track 3 from disc 1 displays like this: Press PROGRAM to lock in the selected track. $<...
  • Page 19: Playing Tracks In Random Order (Shuffle)

    USING THE COMPACT To repeat the current track continuously, “REPEAT 1” option. To repeat the current disc continuously REPEAT to select the “REPEAT DISC” option. . To repeat continuously the “REPEAT ALL DISC” option. To cancel the repeat feature, press REPEAT until no repeat message ap- pears on the display.
  • Page 20: Compact Disc Editfeature

    USING THE COMPACT SYNCHRO Dubbing from CD to Tape The SYNCHRO DUBBING feature lets you initiate play of a disc and recor- ding of that disc onto cassette by pressing a single button. Press the CD selector button. Insert the cassette in tape deck 1 and press RECORD. Insert the disc and select the desired track.
  • Page 21: Using The Dual Tape Deck

    USING THE COMPACT Press EDIT. The CD player enters pause mode, and the display shows the total playing time of tracks that can fit onto side A of the cassette. Press the SYNCHRO button on the CD player. The cassette in tape deck 1 advances onto the tape’s “leader”).
  • Page 22: Importanttapedeckfunctions

    USiNG THE DUAL Selecting To select the dual tape deck, press the TAPE selector button. The system switches to the tape deck as the selected source of sound: TAPE Inserting To insert a cassette in either tape deck 1 or tape deck 2: STOP!EJECT To remove the cassette, press STOP/EJECT The tape deck door opens and the tape can be removed.
  • Page 23: Playing Two Cassettes Without Interruption

    USJNG THE DUAL TAPE DECK (continued) Playing a Cassette (Both Sides) on Deck 2 Tapes in deck 2 can be set to play in either direction - from left to right or from right to left. Insert the cassette you want to play. Select the desired direction of play by pressing the 4 DIR ) button.
  • Page 24: Recordingfromacompact Disc

    USING THE DUAL Recording from a Compact Disc Recording the tape ends. NOTE: player, then press stop/eject button on the cassette to return the record button to its normal position. Dubbing (Copying) a Cassette HS DUBBING ON/OFF To copy at normal playing speed, be sure the HIGH SPEED DUBBING button is in the “out”...
  • Page 25: Recordingfromanauxiliarysource

    USING THE DUAL TAPE DECK (continued) Recording from an Auxiliary Source Connect the auxiliary sound source (a VCR, another tape deck, etc.) as described on page 7. Press AUX to select the auxiliary unit as the source of sound. AUIUAV Insert the cassette to be recorded on in tape deck 1, advancing tape’s leader if necessary.
  • Page 26: Playingthetuner(Radio)

    USING THE REMOTE Playing the Tuner (Radio) TUNER Press TUNER to select the tuner as the source of sound. a WI Press BAND to switch from FM to AM and vice versa. BAND Press PSCAN to automatically play each preset for 5 seconds, giving you the chance to stop on the sta- tion or allow the scan to continue.
  • Page 27: Care And Maintenance

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE Cleaning the System’s Exterior Before cleaning the system, disconnect fire or shock. . Clean the exterior of the unit using a soft dust cloth. If desired, use a soft, damp cloth and mild soap to clean the display sections - not to scratch these sensitive panels! Handling Compact Discs CARE OF DISCS...
  • Page 28: Tapecare

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE Care of Cassette Decks Periodic cleaning of the tape heads and capstan is necessary to maintain good sound reproduction. often even more severe with inferior tapes, will reduce the performance the cassette. It is recommended after every 25 hours of use; more often if playback has deteriorated. clean, use a cotton swab moistened Always unplug the power cord when using a liquid cleaner and allow 30 minutes drying time.
  • Page 29 TROUBLE CHECKS Use the suggestions below to check out problems. player is malfunctioning, contact your RCA dealer for service. Problem System doe8 not turn on No sound No sound from one channel . Check for proper connection erasure, break off one or both...
  • Page 30 TROUBLE CHECKS Poor radio reception Compact disc will not play Compact disc sound skips Distorted or noisy recordings Remote control does not work Check AM/FM antenna connections. Adjust antenna position for better reception. Try turning off electrical appliances near the unit - including hair dryers, vacuum cleaners, and fluorescent Be sure the disc tray contains a disc.
  • Page 31 NOTES...
  • Page 32 ONE-YEAR Model RP-975&I 347A756~1 (Rev. 93-12 LIMlTED WARRANTY What does your warranty covet? Any defect in material or workmanship. For how long after the original purchase? One year. The warranty for rental units begins with the first rental. What will we do? Provide you with a new, or at our option, a reconditioned unit.

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