Sanyo FXCD-550 Operating Instructions Manual

Sanyo FXCD-550 Operating Instructions Manual

Full panel detachable fm stereo/am receiver auto reverse cassette player compact disc player iso mounting with removable trim ring
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ISO Mounting with Removable Trim Ring

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FXCD-550 Full Panel Detachable FM Stereo/AM Receiver Auto Reverse Cassette Player Compact Disc Player ISO Mounting with Removable Trim Ring (English) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....1~25 (Español)
  • Page 2 LIMITED WARRANTY In order to obtain warranty service, the product must be delivered to and picked up from an Authorized Sanyo Factory Service Center at the user's expense, unless specifically stated otherwise in this warranty. The names and addresses of Authorized Sanyo Service Cente r may be obtained by calling the toll-free number listed below.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    • Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. • Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sanyo may void the user's authority to operate this equipment. English...
  • Page 4: Compact Disc Care

    COMPACT DISC CARE Dirt, dust, scratches and warpage can cause a deterioration in the sound or intermittent skipping some tracks during play. Label Side • This unit has been designed to play compact discs bearing the identification logo shown on the left. Discs bearing other types of identification logos may not play properly.
  • Page 5 Benzene Thinner Cleaning spray • Mixed-mode CDs This product can only play audio tracks on mixed-mode CDs. The initial track contains non-audio data, and so it does not produce any sound. Playback will start from the next track. (Mixed-mode CDs are CDs which contain both non-audio data and audio tracks.) •...
  • Page 6: Digital Display

    DIGITAL DISPLAY Automatic Music Select System (AMSS) Metal Display Disc in AM Band FM Bands Tape playing direction BASSXPANDER Auto Travel Preset (ATP) Radio Frequency, Time, Preset Channel, CD Track Number, Auto Travel Audio Control Selection, Preset Channel Scan Play, Repeat Play, Shuffle Play, Error Signs, no Cd, no TAPE, TAPE play...
  • Page 7: Detachable Front Panel

    DETACHABLE FRONT PANEL The front panel is designed to be removable for antitheft purposes. It is recommended that you remove and carry the front panel with you when you leave your car. A carrying case is provided with the unit for this purpose. HOW TO DETACH THE FRONT PANEL Press the release knob (REL) to release the front panel.
  • Page 8: General Operation

    GENERAL OPERATION TURNING THE POWER ON Install the front panel and press the ON/OFF button TURNING THE POWER OFF Press the ON/OFF button to stop the current operation. The button dims when the power is off (ACC on). ELECTRONIC CONTROLS Press the SEL button to select the audio functions as shown in the table below.
  • Page 9 BASSXPANDER (BASX) - 1/2 BASSXPANDER is a dual-mode sound equalization feature. Press button mode as follows; BASSXPANDER offers two preset mode: b-1 enhances the low and high frequencies, while b-2 enhances the low frequencies and reduces the high frequencies. RADIO SELECTION BUTTON (BND) Press the BND button to switch from CD player, or tape mode to radio.
  • Page 10: Radio Operation

    RADIO OPERATION SELECTING RADIO MODE Press the BND button to switch from CD player or tape mode to the radio. Each time the BND button is pressed, the selected band changes as shown below. FMII ... 2 RADIO TUNING • Automatic tuning ... Press the FF + or - REW button the beep tones are on.
  • Page 11 ATP (AUTO TRAVEL PRESET) OPERATION The Auto Travel Preset function searches for and memorizes the 6 strongest stations in one of the two bands (FM, AM) in the order of signal strength. This feature is useful when you are driving in an unfamiliar location and want to memorize local stations without changing the standard preset stations.
  • Page 12: Tape Operation

    TAPE OPERATION ... 1, 2 LOADING AND EJECTING THE TAPE Insert a cassette into the tape slot and the tape player will start. Press the eject button to eject a tape. CAUTION • Only cassette tapes that play no longer than 90 minutes should be used. Tapes exceeding 90 minutes are thin and may easily break.
  • Page 13 LOCATING THE BEGINNING OF A PROGRAM ... 4, 5, 6 (AMSS) This system is equipped with a function that allows you to skip forward or backward to locate the beginning of a particular selection on the tape. (Automatic Music Select System : AMSS) Press the AMSS button .
  • Page 14: Cd Operation

    CD OPERATION LOADING AND EJECTING THE CD Insert a disc into the CD slot and the CD player will start playing. Press the eject button to eject a disc. CAUTION • This CD player is not designed for 8 cm CDs. Please do not use an 8 cm CD nor 8 cm CD adaptor.
  • Page 15 ... 4, 5 SKIPPING TRACKS Press the FF + button to skip to the beginning of the next track. Press the - REW button to skip to the beginning of the track currently playing. Press the - REW button twice to skip to the beginning of the previous track. Press and hold the FF + or - REW button for more than 0.5 seconds to search quickly (with sound) in the forward or reverse direction.
  • Page 16: Error Signs

    ERROR SIGNS CD Player If a problem should occur while operating the built-in CD player, one of the following error signs may be displayed: Error Sign Abnormal mechanism function. The disc is inserted incorrectly. The disc is dirty. The disc is defective. There is condensation on the optical lens.
  • Page 17: Clock

    CLOCK DISPLAY MODE CHANGE The display on the unit can be changed by pressing DISP button between the clock and audio display. When a radio, tape and CD function is performed while the time display is selected, the audio display will appear for 5 seconds, then the display will return to the time mode..
  • Page 18: Hints For Proper And Safe Operation

    Do not leave a disc partially ejected from the player. Servicing • Should a problem develop, do not open the unit or try to repair it yourself. If servicing is required, bring the unit to a Sanyo Authorized Service Center. -17-...
  • Page 19: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Sometimes a simple operational error or a mistake in the wiring can appear to be a problem with the unit. Before having the unit serviced, refer to the troubleshooting chart below. Symptom The compact disc does not play when inserted into the unit. No sound is coming out.
  • Page 20: Accessories And Hardware

    ACCESSORIES AND HARDWARE Mounting Bracket (Half Sleeve) x 1 Removable Trim Ring INSTALLATION 1. BEFORE INSTALLATION When mounting the unit in a car, keep the unit as level as possible. If the unit must be mounted at an angle, due to the design of the vehicle, make sure the unit does not tilt by more than 30°.
  • Page 21 2. ISO MOUNTING WITH REMOVABLE TRIM RING When mounting the unit into a DIN-standard cutout (182 × 53 mm) in the dashboard or console, attach the provided Removable Trim Ring to the unit. 182 mm 53 mm REMOVABLE TRIM RING 3.
  • Page 22 4. Installation to TOYOTA/NISSAN Vehicles Install the unit using the existing TOYOTA/NISSAN Mounting Bracket and Screws. Use mounting holes in the unit chassis. "T" or "N" is engraved next to each mounting hole. Use "T" holes for Toyota vehicles and "N"...
  • Page 23: Unit Removal

    UNIT REMOVAL AUDIO UNIT UNLOCK LEVERS 1. Remove the front panel by pressing the release knob. 2. Insert the unlock levers into the slots as illustrated. Note The jagged side of the key should face outward. 3. Slide down keys outward and pull to remove the audio unit. -22-...
  • Page 24: Electrical Connections

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ANTENNA PLUG 4-speaker System (White) (White/Black) (Gray) (Gray/Black) (Green) (Green/Black) (Violet) (Violet/Black) 2. +12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow) 3. +12V Accessory/Switched (Red) 4. Ground Wire (Black) 5. Power Antenna (Blue/Red) 6. Amplifier Turn On (Blue/White) CAUTION • DO NOT connect any speaker wires to the metal body or chassis of the vehicle. •...
  • Page 25: Line Out Connections

    Notes • When using a two-speaker installation, the Green, Green/Black, Violet, Violet/Black wires, which are used for a four-speaker installation, are not used. The ends of these wires must be covered with electrical tape to prevent them from shorting to the unit or the vehicle chassis. Fuse 15A Burnt LINE OUT CONNECTIONS...
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Operating Current Maximum ............13A IMPORTANT INFORMATION Because its products are subject to continuous improvement, SANYO reserves the right to modify product designs and specifications without notice and without incurring any obligation.
  • Page 27 21605 Plummer Street 1ED6P10A18700 Printed in Malaysia Chatsworth, CA91311 Rev.0...

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