PLAY (Fig. 9)
Up to 16 tracks on a disc can be programmed
play in any order.
To begin on the programming
lect "CD function first.
The same track can be programmed more than
Load a disc that you want to programme
fore starting programmed
of tracks 6 and 2.
Press the STOP/CLEAR
Press the MEMORY button, "Pr" blinks on the
display and the MEMORY indicator blinks.
Select track 6bypressingthe>M
blinks on the display.
Press the MEMORY"6
Select track 2 by pressing
Press the MEMORY button.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to start pro-
played, the player stops automatically.
The programme contents are retained
play, press the STOP/
CLEAR button ~wice.
Checking the programme
button is pressed
in stop mode,
the programmed tracks sequentially appear on the
WHAT TO DO IF...
If an abnormal display indication or an operat-
ing problem occurs, disconnect the mains lead
and remove all batteries. Wait at least 90 sec-
onds, then reconnect the mains lead and rein-
stall the batteries.
resume the operation.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
Set the FUNCTION switch to RADIO.
Select the desired radio band with the BAND
Tune in a desired station by turning the TUN-
ING control. The unit will automatically
to stereo when an FM stereo brodcast is re-
To turn the radio off, set the FUNCTION switch
For FM reception, pull out the telescopic aerial and
determine the direction, length and angle for opti-
For AM reception, the aerial inside the unit is some-
rotates the unit to improve AM
LISTENING TO TAPES
Set the FUNCTION switch to TAPE.
Press the STOP/EJECT button. The cassette
Load the cassette into the cassette holder
Press the PLAY button to begin playback.
Press the STOP/EJECT
button to stop play-
back at any time. Press it again to remove the
When the end of the tape has been reached,
automatic stop will be activated.
Use the normal tape (TYPE 1).
Endless tapes cannot be used.
Do not use C-120 tapes. They may jam m
Press the PAUSE button to temporarily stop play-
back or recording. Press it again to resume op-
Fast forward and rewind
Press the FFWD or REW button.
When the tapes has been wound to the end, the
deck stops automatically.