Power Supply; Before Operation; Radio Operation - Sanyo MCD-Z160F Instruction Manual

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POWER SUPPLY
AC power operation
Connect one end of the mains lead to the [AC INPUT] socket and the other end to the AC outlet.
NOTES:
When the mains lead is connected
to the unit, the instaIled batteries will be automatically
discon-
nected.
The FUNCTION switch is mounted on the secondary side. The unit is not disconnected
from mains,
even switched off.
Battery
power operation
1.
Open the battery compartment
lid by pushing down on the tabs.
2.
Install 8 "C size batteries (not su~plied). Refer to the polarity diagram on the back of the unit. Match
the (+) and (–) marks on the diagram to the (+) and (~) marks on-the batteries. (Fig.2)
3.
Replace the lid.
CAUTION
WHEN INSTALLING
BATTERIES
To prevent battery electrolyte
leakage, which may result in injury and damage to the unit or other
objects, observe the following precautions:
1.
All batteries must be installed with the proper polarity (see diagram on the back of the unit).
2.
Do not mix new with old or used batteries.
3.
Only use batteries of the same type and brand.
4.
Remove the batteries when they are not to be used for a long period time.
BEFORE OPERATION
Stereo headphones
socket
Insert the miniplug from a pair of headphones
(not supplied) into the [PHONES] socket. When the head-
phones are plugged in, speakers are automatically
disconnected.
Bass expander
switch
(BASSXPANDER)
ON (Button in):
Increase the bass output level.
OFF (Button out):
For normal bass output level.
RADIO OPERATION
1,
2.
3.
4.
Set [FUNCTION]
to RADIO.
Select the desired radio band with [BAND].
FM ST,
For FM reception. The unit will automatically
switch to stereo when an FM stereo broadcast is
received,
FM
For FM reception. To receive weak (noisy) FM broadcasts, the reception may be improved , but
the sound will be monaural.
AM
For AM reception,
Tune in a desired station by turning ~UNING]
Adjust [VOLUME],
[TONE] and [BASSXPANDER]
as desired.
Aerials
For FM reception, pull out the telescopic aerial and determine the direction, length and angle for optimum
reception.
For AM reception, the aerial inside the unit is somewhat directional,
rotate the unit to improve AM recep-
tion.
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