Full panel detachable
high power fm/mw/lw stereo receiver
compact disc player
iso mounting with removable trim ring
remote control ready (19 pages)
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ECD-T1540 SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO OPERATING MANUAL VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER Full Panel Detachable High Power FM/AM Stereo Receiver Compact Disc Player ISO Mounting with Removable Trim Ring Sirius Function Remote Control Ready CD-R/RW Compatibility (English) SIRIUS OPERATION……………. 2~3 P .SCAN...
SIRIUS OPERATION VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER SWITCHING TO SIRIUS MODE……………………..…(1) Press MOD button (1) to select Sirius mode. SELECTING USER-PRESET CHANNEL……………..(2) At Sirius mode, the Sirius user-preset channel group (3 groups) is toggled cyclically through the group by quickly pressing the BND/LOUD/ENTER button (2). The channel will change in the following order: SELECTING CHANNEL UP/DOWN……………………(3) Press the MANU/SKIP...
SIRIUS MODE SELECTION ...…..(5) Press LOC/S-MOD button (5) to switch Category mode, Skip mode or normal. It is used as the selection of each: Normal Category mode When Category mode or Skip mode is engaged, the “CATEGORY” or “SKIP” function is turned on in the display.
ECD-T1540 VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER Full Panel Detachable High Power FM/AM Stereo Receiver Compact Disc Player ISO Mounting with Removable Trim Ring Sirius Function (see separate booklet on Sirius Radio operation) Remote Control Ready CD-R/RW Compatibility (English) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS… … … … … . 2~24 P.SCAN...
CONTENTS COMPACT DISC CARE ... 3 DIGITAL DISPLAY ... 4 DETACHABLE FRONT PANEL... 5 GENERAL OPERATION ... 6 RADIO OPERATION ... 8 CD OPERATION... 10 CDC OPERATION... 12 AUX MODE OPERATION ... 14 REMOTE CONTROL READY ... 14 ERROR SIGNS ... 15 HINTS FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION ...
COMPACT DISC CARE Dirt, dust, scratches and warpage can cause a deterioration in the sound or intermittent skipping some tracks during play. TEXT Recommended CD-R/RW Media Data may not be properly written to CD-R/RW media depending on the quality of the media. If this happens, the data may not be reproduced correctly.
DIGITAL DISPLAY CD-IN indicator Channel name indicator CLASSIC Channel name ROCK Radio Frequency, Time, CD Track Number, Audio Control Selected Mode Stereo Local Category Mono Skip Artist Loud Song title...
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. HOW TO ATTACH THE FRONT PANEL Align the right side of the panel (A) with the stopper (B), and then push the left side of the panel into the unit until it clicks.
GENERAL OPERATION VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER TURNING THE POWER ON...Any button Install the front panel and press any button (except TURNING THE POWER OFF ...… .. (1) When system is on, press the POWER button (1) to turn off the unit. VOLUME LEVEL CONTROL...(2) Rotate the VOLUME dial (2) to adjust the volume level.
e.g. When preset button is pressed. When BND/LOUD/ENTER button is pressed. When AS/PS/P.SCAN button is pressed. BEEP ALL mode: The beep is generated when every button is pressed. BEEP OFF mode: The beep is disabled. MODE SELECTION...… … ..… ...(4) Press MOD button (4) to choose desired listening mode.
RADIO OPERATION VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER SWITCHING TO RADIO MODE… … … … … … … … .… (1) Press MOD button (1) to select radio mode, the radio mode appears in the display together with the memory band and frequency. SELECTING THE FREQUENCY BAND…...
Repeat steps 1. and 2. to program additional stations. • Quick tuning ... Select the desired band, then press one of the six preset buttons (5). LOCAL/DISTANT SELECTION ...… ..(6) Press LOC/S-MOD button (6) to set local or distant stations. Use local position (LOC appears on the display) for reception of strong station, and distant position (DX appears on the display) for reception of weaker stations.
CD OPERATION VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER LOADING AND EJECTING THE CD… … … … … … (1),(8) Insert a disc into the CD slot (1) and the CD player will start. Press the eject button (8) to eject a disc. SWITCHING TO CD MODE...…...
SCAN MODE (PLAYING THE BEGINNING OF EACH TRACK) ... (5) This function plays the first several seconds of each track sequentially. Press the SCN button (5) to begin the scan mode. To cancel this mode, press the SCN button (5) again. REPEAT MODE ...
CD CHANGER OPERATION VOLUME S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER SWITCHING TO CD CHANGER (CDC) MODE...(1) Press the MOD button (1) with the power on to select CDC mode. When the CDC mode is switched on, playback begins with the first CD that the CD changer detects.
SHUFFLE MODE... (6) This function plays the tracks on one CD or all CDs in the magazine in random order. • “Shuffle-playing” tracks Press the SHF button (6) to play the current disc in random order. • “Shuffle-playing” discs Press and hold the SHF button (6) for several seconds. The system selects a disc at random and plays all tracks on that disc.
AUX MODE OPERATION S-MOD LOUD/ ENTER SWITCHING TO AUX MODE...(1) The unit has a pair of auxiliary input terminals (see WIRING figure on page 22). This allows you to listen to an auxiliary audio source (MP3, portable cassette player, etc). Press the MOD button (1) with the power on to switch from radio mode or Sirius mode or CD mode to AUX mode.
ERROR SIGNS If a problem should occur while operating the CD player, one of the following error signs may be displayed. Refer to the table below to identify the problem. DISPLAY ERROR 1 MECHANISM ERROR ERROR 2 SERVO ERROR If a problem should occur while operating the CD CHANGER player, one of the following error signs may be displayed.
HINTS FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION • Condensation Moisture can condense on the optical lens of the CD player during humid or rainy days, or after the car heater is turned on. If this occurs the disc player may not function properly. To remedy the situation, remove the disc from the unit and wait approximately one hour.
TROUBLE SHOOTING 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 The volume control is turned down. does not play when inserted into...
ACCESSORIES AND HARDWARE INSTALLATION Mounting Bracket (Half Sleeve) X1 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 Mounting Strap and Screw X4...
2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURES When mounting the unit into a DIN–standard cutout (182x53 mm) in the dashboard or console, attach the provided Removable Trim Ring to the unit. 1. Insert the mounting bracket into the DIN-standard cutout (182x53 mm) in the dashboard or console.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS WIRING Antenna Socket (BLACK) CD CHANGER AND SIRIUS RECEIVER CONNECTOR SOCKET Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue/Red) Ground Wire (Black) +12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow) +12V Accessory/Switched (Red) 2-SPEAKER SYSTEM Rear Left Speaker Front Left Speaker Front Right Speaker Rear Right Speaker CAUTION...
4. Ground Wire (Black) • Connect this wire to the vehicle chassis. 5. Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue/Red) • Connect this wire to the control terminal of a Power Antenna or an external amplifier. • When not using a Power Antenna or an external amplifier, this wire is not connected. 6.
LINE OUT CONNECTIONS • The unit has two pairs of line out terminals (see WIRING figure above). You can use a separate front or a separate rear channel amplifier to upgrade your system. RCA Line- out Jacks • Connect a patch cable (not supplied) from the White (left channel) and Red (right channel) RCA line output jacks to the line input terminals of the external amplifier.
SANYO MOBILE AUDIO MODEL ECD-T1540 LIMITED WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS 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 Centers may be obtained by calling the toll-free number listed below.
21605 Plummer Street Chatsworth, CA91311 ECD-T1540. Issue Number 1. Printed in Hong Kong 88-C1980-00...
21605 Plummer Street Chatsworth, CA91311 ECD-T1540. Issue Number 1. Printed in Hong Kong...