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MICRO HI-FI COMPONENT SYSTEM
HM-582MD

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

KENWOOD CORPORATION
Before installation, be sure to read "System configuration" and "Instal-
lation" in this manual to ensure correct installation. 6
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    MICRO HI-FI COMPONENT SYSTEM HM-582MD INSTRUCTION MANUAL KENWOOD CORPORATION Before installation, be sure to read “System configuration” and “Instal- lation” in this manual to ensure correct installation. 6 COMPACT DIGITAL AUDIO TEXT TEXT B60-4705-00 00 CH (T) 0001...
  • Page 2: Before Applying Power

    Contents Before applying power Units are designed for operation as follows. Europe and U.K..AC 230 V only For the United Kingdom Factory fitted moulded mains plug 1. The mains plug contains a fuse. For replacement, use only a 13-Amp ASTA-approved (BS1362) fuse. 2.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction Special features Layout free The system components can be installed vertically on the sides (lengthwise) as well as the conventional, horizontally stacked installation. Try various layouts of the main unit and speakers and find that match your listening room. CD = MD high-speed (2x-speed) dubbing A convenient feature enabling dubbing from CD to MD with simple operation and short period.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preparation section Before applying power... 2 Safety precautions ... 2 Introduction ... 3 Special features ... 3 Front door ... 5 Installation... 6 System connection... 7 1. Connection of the System Accessories ... 7 2. Connection of Other Accessories (Commercially Available Parts) ...
  • Page 5: Front Door

    Front door 1 Open the front door. 2 Store the door by sliding in. Unpacking Unpack the unit carefully and make sure that all accessories are put aside so they will not be lost. Examine the unit for any possibility of shipping damage. If your unit is damaged or fails to operate, notify your dealer immediately. If your unit was shipped to you directly, notify the shipping company without delay.
  • Page 6: Installation

    Contents Installation The system features a free layout with which both the main unit and speakers can be installed either on their bottom (horizontally, or widthwise) or on their side (vertically, or lengthwise). CAUTION ÷ When attaching replacement front feet, use only the screws which have been used with the removed feet. (Using other screws may result in a fire or malfunction.) Notes Notes...
  • Page 7: System Connection

    System connection 1. Connection of the System Accessories Connect the antenna as shown in the figure. Do not plug the power cord into a wall AC outlet until the connection has been completed. Connection of the Accessory Antenna AM loop antenna The supplied antenna is for indoor use.
  • Page 8: Connection Of Speakers

    Contents Connection of speakers ÷ Never short-circuit the + and – speaker cords. The protection circuit will operate and no sound will be put out. ÷ The + and – polarity are inverted, the sound will be unnatural with unclear localization of musical instruments. ÷...
  • Page 9: Connection Of Other Accessories

    2. Connection of Other Accessories CAUTION When connections are to be made, make sure that the power plug is not plugged into a wall AC outlet. Connect the equipment as shown in the figures. Conection of Subwoofer (optional) Extremely low frequency sound is played back powerfully. SERIAL NO.
  • Page 10: Controls And Indicators

    Contents Controls and indicators Main unit t i m e r m i c r o h i - f i c o m p o n e n t s y s t e m Standby mode While the standby indicator of the unit is lit, a small amount of current is flowing into the unit’s internal circuitry to back up the memory.
  • Page 11 /timer key (indicator) Press to switch the power ON and OFF (standby). Indicator When power is ON When power is OFF (standby) :Lights in red.0 During timer standby 2CD insertion slot 3Remote sensor (remote) 44 ¢ keys During CD/MD playback: Press to skip CD/MD tracks During tuner reception: Press to select a radio station.
  • Page 12: Remote Control Unit

    Contents Remote control unit 2 ABC 3 DEF 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO 7 PRS 8 TUV 9 WXY +100 & ( ) - +10’ , : 0 QZ TIME CLEAR /SPACE /CHARAC. /DELETE AUTO/MONO TUNER/BAND STOP TUNING P.CALL DISPLAY MD O.T.E.
  • Page 13: Operation Of Remote Control Unit

    PGM/CHARAC.(AUTO/MONO) key When CD or MD input is selected: Press when selecting program playback or an input character group. During tuner reception: Press to switch the tuning mode of the tuner. CLEAR/DELETE key This key is used to clear the program. During title input, it is used to delete a character.·Œ„...
  • Page 14: Display

    Contents Display MD0004000 ‰ 8:26 TONE PROG. TRACK 1 Selector display (MD,CD,AM, FM, AUX) 2 Play(3)/Pause(8) indicator 3 Graphic display 4 Playback/tuning indicators (TRACK, PROGRAM, RANDOM, STEREO) 5 Total tracks of entire MD 6 Track No.being played 7 Character information display (play time, title display, etc.) *1 Display when an MD is loaded Recordable MD...
  • Page 15: Clock Adjustment

    Clock adjustment This unit incorporates a clock function. Be sure to adjust the correct time before using the timer func- tion. If there is a power failure or the power cord is unplugged then plugged in again while the power set to off (STANDBY mode) after a timer is activated, /timer indicator blinks in amber.
  • Page 16: Menu Mode

    Contents Menu mode Operation in menu mode 1 Press the menu/demo key. 2 Select the item to be set. volume/ multi-control 3 Press the set key. Set other items by repeating 2 and 3 for each. Display in menu mode ÷...
  • Page 17 LCD contrast adjustment (CONTRAST) The contrast of the LCD display on the main unit can be switched as desired. ÷ Adjust the contrast when the LCD display is hard to read due to a problem in the installation position or to the ambient temperature condition, etc.
  • Page 18: Hearing Sound

    Contents Hearing sound Muting the sound temporarily Bass and treble compensation Tone adjustment t i m e r Press the /timer key. When CD has been selected. volume/ multi-control Balance adjustment 1. Switching the power ON (OFF). When the /timer key is pressed while the power is ON, the power will be switched OFF.
  • Page 19: Balance Adjustment

    Muting the sound temporarily (MUTE) Remote control unit only MUTE Blinks MUTE TRACK ÷ Press again to resume the original volume. ÷ This is also cancelled when the volume is adjusted. Listening through headphones 1 Insert the headphone plug into the phones jack. ÷...
  • Page 20: Playback Of Cd

    Contents Playback of CD To pause playback Playback from desired track To fast forward and backward Skipping tracks The label must be on top. Do not touch the played surface. Insert a disc in the insertion slot; it will be pulled in automatically into the deep of the unit.
  • Page 21: Skipping Tracks

    To pause playback ÷ Each press pauses and plays the CD alternately. ÷ The graphic display blinks. To stop playback STOP Playback from desired track Remote control unit only 2 ABC 3 DEF Select the desired track No. 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO 7 PRS...
  • Page 22 Contents Time display on CD player (Remote control unit only) Each press of the TIME/SPACE key switches the displayed information items one after another. TIME /SPACE ÷ When the total playing time of the tracks programmed for program playback reaches 256 minutes or more, the display shows “---:--T”...
  • Page 23: Playback Of Md

    Playback of MD To stop playback Playback from desired track To pause playback To fast forward Skipping tracks and backward In the direction of the arrow To pause playback Skipping tracks 1. Load a Mini Disc ÷ Insert the minidisc correctly into the slot of this unit. ÷...
  • Page 24: Playback From Desired Track

    Contents To pause playback ÷ Each press pauses and plays the MD alternately. ÷ The graphic display blinks. To stop playback STOP Playback from desired track Remote control unit only 2 ABC Select the desired 4 GHI 5 JKL track No. 7 PRS 8 TUV +100...
  • Page 25: Searching A Desired Track By Its Title (Title Search)

    Searching a desired track by its title (TITLE SEARCH) When the titles of the tracks recorded on a minidisc for recording are entered in advance, search by title is possible for the tracks to be played. Select the “MD” input. £...
  • Page 26: Receiving Broadcast Station

    Contents Receiving broadcast station One-by-one presetting Tuning a non-preset radio station 1. Select the tuner input. Each press of the TUNER/BAND key switches the band as follows. 2. Preset a radio station in memory . Presetting R.D.S.stations (auto memory) Follow the procedure in “Presetting R.D.S.stations (auto memory)” to preset automatically the tunable radio stations in your area.
  • Page 27 Presetting R.D.S.stations (auto memory) 1 Press the TUNER/BAND key to select the TUNER input. 2 Press the menu/demo key. 3 Rotate the volume/multi-control knob to select “AUTO MEMORY ?”, then press the set key. volume/ multi-control Receiving broadcast station Up to 40 stations can be memorized. UTO ...
  • Page 28 Contents Tuning a non-preset radio station (Auto tuning, Manual tuning) 1 Press the TUNER/BAND key to select “FM” or “AM”. TUNER/BAND 2 Press the PGM/CHARAC. key to select auto tun- ing or manual tuning. Normally, use the “AUTO” (Auto tuning) mode. /CHARAC.
  • Page 29 Using R.D.S. (Radio Data System) RDS is a system that transmits useful information (in the form of digital data) for FM broadcasts along with the broadcast signal. Tuners and receivers designed for RDS reception can extract the information from the broadcast signal for use with various functions, such as automatic display of the station name.
  • Page 30 Contents Searching for a desired program type By specifying the type of program (genre) you want to listen to, the tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broadcasting a program of the specified type. Under certain receiving conditions, it may take more than 1 minute to complete the search.
  • Page 31 Start the search. Press the PTY key. To select another program type Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3. ÷ No sound is heard while “ROCK M” is blinking. ÷ If the desired program type cannot be found, “NO PRO- GRAM” is displayed, then after several seconds the display returns to the original display.
  • Page 32: Recording On Md

    Contents Recording on MD To stop recording To pause recording In the direction of the arrow When CD has been selected. To pause recording 1. Make the preparations for recording. 1 Open the write protect tab of the Mini Disc to make it recordable. 2 Load the Mini Disc.
  • Page 33: Start Recording

    Pause the recording ÷ In record-pause mode, press the same key again to resume recording from the same position. Note that the track number increments at this time. ÷ Recording can also be started by pressing the rec key. ÷ When recording CD playback, pressing the CD 6 key lets both MD recording and CD playback pause temporarily.
  • Page 34 Contents Turning the monitor mode ON (External digital component) (MONITOR) The audio being recorded from an external source component can be listened to (monitored) through this audio system. 1 Press the menu/demo key. 2 Rotate the volume/multi-control knob to select “MONITOR ?”, then press the set key.
  • Page 35 Adjusting the recording level of digital input from the auxiliary source (AUX D. LEVEL) The level for recording the digital input signal from an aux- iliary source component such as a satellite tuner or MD re- corder can be adjusted. 1 Select the “MD”...
  • Page 36 Contents Sampling frequency Three types of digital signals are usually used according to the sampling frequencies. The sampling frequencies vary depending on the types of digital equipment as shown below. 32 kHz : Standard and long-hour modes of DAT, etc. 44.1 kHz : Standard mode of DAT, CD, MD, etc.
  • Page 37 Contents Recording on MD...
  • Page 38: Various Cd/Md Playback Features

    Contents Various CD/MD playback features Listening in the desired sequence (program playback) Desired tracks in a disc can be programmed in the desired order and played back. (Max. 32 tracks) Select the “CD” or“MD” input. Check that the unit is in the stop mode. If it is in play mode Press the 7 STOP key.
  • Page 39 To add a track to the program (Remote control unit only) 1 Select the track number to be added using the numeric keys. Press in stop mode 2 ABC 3 DEF 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO 7 PRS 8 TUV 9 WXY +100 +10’...
  • Page 40: Repeated Playback

    Contents Repeated playback Desired track(s) or disc can be played repeatedly. Select the “CD” or“MD” input. To repeat a disc 1 Press the PGM/CHARAC. key so that “TRACK” lights. 2 Press the REPEAT key repeatedly until “pALL” is displayed. REPEAT 3 Press the 6 key.
  • Page 41: Playing Tracks In A Random Order (Random Playback)

    Playing tracks in a random order (random playback) As the titles each time are selected randomly, the music can be enjoyed without getting tired of it. Select the “CD” or “MD” input. Confirm that the “TRACK” indicator is lit. Press the PGM/CHARAC. key so that “TRACK” lights. /CHARAC.
  • Page 42: Convenient Recording Methods

    Contents Convenient Recording Methods Selection of the Recording Type This unit provides the following recording features in addition to normal recording. Select the appropriate method according to the purpose of recording. To record a CD simpler and faster One-touch edit high-speed recording (O.T.E.) (HIGH SPEED) (Main unit only) All-track high-speed recording (HIGH SPEED) Single-track high-speed recording...
  • Page 43: High-Speed Recording Of All Tracks In A Cd

    High-speed recording of all tracks in a CD One-touch edit high-speed all-track recording (O.T.E.) (HIGH SPEED) Records a CD onto an MD in a short period. (Main unit only) Be sure to put the MD recorder in stop mode Make the preparations for recording. 1 Insert a recordable disc into the MD recorder.
  • Page 44: High-Speed Recording Of A Single Track In A Cd

    Contents High-speed recording of a single track in a CD One-touch edit high-speed a single-track recording (O.T.E.) (HIGH SPEED) Records a CD onto an MD in a short period. (Main unit only) Be sure to put the MD recorder in stop mode Make the preparations for recording.
  • Page 45: One-Touch Recording

    One-touch recording One-touch edit normal-speed recording (O.T.E.) (NORMAL SPEED) Records all tracks in a CD with a simple operation. (All-track recording) Records a single CD track being played from the beginning. (Single-track recording) Be sure to put the MD recorder in stop mode Make the preparations for recording.
  • Page 46: Program Recording

    Contents Program recording Desired CD tracks can be programmed in the desired sequence and recorded onto an MD. Be sure to put the MD recorder in stop mode Make the preparations for recording. 1 Insert a recordable disc into the MD recorder. 2 Insert disc in the CD player.
  • Page 47: Md Edit Functions

    MD Edit Functions Selecting the editing function type After recording of a commercially-available record- able Mini Disc, the recording can be edited in various ways. Note that it is impossible to edit a playback- only Mini Disc. The MD recorder acts based on the data loaded from the disc into the memory.
  • Page 48: Reordering Several Tracks At A Time (Quick Move)

    Contents Reordering several tracks at a time (QUICK MOVE) Use the following procedure to reorder several tracks in a disc simultaneously by selecting them. Please execute operation in stopped condition. Select “Q.MOVE ?”. 1 Press the TRACK EDIT key . TRACK EDIT 2 Select “Q.MOVE ?”.
  • Page 49 Execute the track reordering operation. 1 Select the move destination. P.CALL ¢ 2 Set it 3 Reorder tracks. ENTER Eject the Mini Disc. Even after completing MD editing, it is still possible to cancel the settings in the current editing session and restore the disc to the condition it was loaded last time.
  • Page 50 Contents Moving the order of the track being played in a disc (MOVE) This procedure shows you how to play and move a track to the track number you desire. The surround- ing tracks are renumbered automatically. Repeating this procedure lets you arrange the tracks in the order you desire.
  • Page 51 Move the track. ENTER Eject the Mini Disc. Even after completing MD editing, it is still possible to cancel the settings in the current editing session and restore the disc to the condition it was loaded last time. Note that this is possible provided that the MD is not ejected yet.
  • Page 52: Dividing A Track During Playback (Divide)

    Contents Dividing a track during playback (DIVIDE) Use the following procedure to divide a track into two by inserting a track number in its middle. For example, by inserting an additional track number before the passage you are specially fond of, it is easy to skip to there when you play the disc later.
  • Page 53 Execute the track divide operation. ENTER Up to 255 track numbers can be inserted additionally by repeating 1 to 4 for each of them. Eject the Mini Disc. Even after completing MD editing, it is still possible to cancel the settings in the current editing session and restore the disc to the condition it was loaded last time.
  • Page 54: Combining Tracks During Playback (Combine)

    Contents Combining tracks during playback (COMBINE) Use the following procedure to combine two tracks into one by deleting a track number. This operation allows to connect several tracks or a piece of music divided into several parts. After this operation, the track numbers of tracks located after the combined tracks are decreased automatically.
  • Page 55 Execute the track combine operation. ENTER Eject the Mini Disc. Even after completing MD editing, it is still possible to cancel the settings in the current editing session and restore the disc to the condition it was loaded last time. Note that this is possible provided that the MD is not ejected yet.
  • Page 56: Erasing Several Tracks At A Time (Quick Erase)

    Contents Erasing several tracks at a time (QUICK ERASE) The selected track can be erased while the player is stop mode. Be careful in using this operation because the erased tracks may not be recovered once it has been erased. Please execute operation in stopped condition.
  • Page 57 Execute the track erasure operation. ENTER Eject the Mini Disc. Even after completing MD editing, it is still possible to cancel the settings in the current editing session and restore the disc to the condition it was loaded last time. Note that this is possible provided that the MD is not ejected yet.
  • Page 58: Erasing A Single Track During Playback (Erase)

    Contents Erasing a single track during playback (ERASE) During playback, it is possible to erase only the track being played. The track numbers of the tracks after the erased track will be adjusted. Be careful in using this operation because a track cannot be recovered once it has been erased. Be sure to put the MD recorder in stop or pause mode.
  • Page 59: Erasing All Tracks On A Disc (All Erase)

    Erasing all tracks on a disc (ALL ERASE) During stop, all tracks can be erased. Be careful in using this operation because the tracks cannot be recovered once the entire minidisc has been erased. Please execute operation in stopped condition. Select “Q.
  • Page 60: Assigning A Title To A Disc Or Track

    Contents Assigning a title to a disc or track When titles are assigned to a disc and its tracks, the titles cannot only be displayed during playback but title search (searching a track by the title) is also made possible. The assigned titles can be changed or deleted with the same procedure.
  • Page 61 Input the title. To select characters with the numeric keys (character input key mode) If none of is displayed, press one of the numeric keys. To enter a title 1 Select a character group. /CHARAC. AUTO/MONO 2 Select a character. 2 ABC 3 DEF 4 GHI...
  • Page 62 Contents To select characters with the 4 and ¢ keys (skip key mode) is displayed, press the 4 or If any of ¢ key. To enter a title 1 Select a character group. /CHARAC. AUTO/MONO 2 Select a character. P.CALL ¢...
  • Page 63 Execute title change or deletion. 1 Enter the title in memory. ENTER ÷ If required, enter other titles by repeating steps for each title. 2 Complete the operation. TITLE INPUT Eject the Mini Disc. Even after completing MD editing, it is still possible to cancel the settings in the current editing session and restore the disc to the condition it was loaded last time.
  • Page 64 Contents List of characters available for title editing The following alphabets and symbols can be selected for use in title editing. When selecting characters with the numeric keys on the remote control unit (character input key mode) group Space [1] [2] [3] 2ABC ABCabc 3DEF...
  • Page 65: Copying Titles In Title Memos For Use As Titles Of Other Mds Or Tracks(Title Copy)(Title Memo)

    Copying titles in title memos for use as titles of other MDs or tracks (TITLE COPY) (TITLE MEMO) (Remote control unit only) To make character entry simpler, disc titles, track titles and/or performer names can be saved in title memos ([1] to [3]) and copied them with another disc or track.
  • Page 66 Contents Select the track title to be copied. To return To advance P.CALL ¢ Save it in the save destination title memo. ENTER Press the TITLE INPUT key to complete editing. TITLE INPUT Copying title memo contents as the title of another disc or track This editing operation is available by exchanging the parties (copy destination and copy source) in the proce- dure of “Copying a Disc or Track Title in a Title Memo (TITLE COPY)”.
  • Page 67 Select the “MD” input. £ Entering characters in title memo (TITLE MEMO) Example: To save characters “TREASURE” in title memo No. [2] Select the save destination title memo number 1 Press the TITLE INPUT key. TITLE INPUT 2 From the save destination memory numbers ([1] to [3]), select No.
  • Page 68: To Delete The Edited Contents (Edit Cancel)

    Contents To delete the edited contents (EDIT CANCEL) When the following key operation is performed before the minidisc is removed, return is possible to the same condition as when the disc was inserted. After cancellation, again perform the individual editing operations. Select the “MD”...
  • Page 69 Contents Timer operation...
  • Page 70: Listening To An Aux Input Source

    Contents Listening to an AUX input source A CD player with an analog or optical digital output, MD recorder, cassette deck or a similar component can be connected to the system as the auxiliary input source. Connect the component as described in “Connection of Other Accessories”9. Listening to an Analog equipment 1 Press the AUX key.
  • Page 71: Timer Operation

    Timer operation The timer makes it possible to play a CD or MD, re- ceive radio or record CD or radio automatically in the specified time zone. The O.T.T. timer works only once when it is activated, the SLEEP timer switches power off (Standby mode) automatically even after you fall asleep, and the PROG.
  • Page 72: Program Timer Playback (Ai Timer Playback And Timer Recording

    Contents Program timer playback (AI timer playback) and timer recording Two timer programs (PROG.1, PROG.2) are available. Both of them are 24-hour timer programs which can be executed every day. Each of timer reservation programs PROG.1 and PROG.2 can store the time zone and contents of timer operation, which can be executed or deactivated as required.
  • Page 73: Off Time

    Be sure to adjust the clock before setting the timer. Enter the ON time. 1 Set the timer ON time by rotating the volume/ multi-control knob. To put back the time volume/ multi-control 2 Press the set key. 3 After entering the “hour” with the procedure in 1 and 2, enter the “minute”...
  • Page 74 Contents Be sure to adjust the clock before setting the timer. 2 Select the input source. 1 Select the source to be played. TUNER volume/ multi-control AUX (Analog) DIGITAL AUX (Digital) 2 Press the set key. SOURCE 3 Select the broadcast station (only when TUNER is selected). 1 Select the preset station No.
  • Page 75: Sleep Timer

    Be sure to adjust the clock before setting the timer. To cancel execution of a timer program (Remote control unit only) Press the TIMER key repeatedly until “PROG.1” or “PROG.2” disappears. TIMER To set the same timer program again (Remote control unit only) Press the TIMER key repeatedly until “PROG.1”...
  • Page 76: Important Items

    Contents Important Items Maintenance Cleaning the CD insertion slot Insertion slot and its surroundings The CD insertion slot should be cleaned because it tends to collect dust. If a CD is inserted while dust is accumulated around the insertion slot, the disc may be damaged. Maintenance of the unit When the front panel or case becomes dirty, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Page 77: Reference

    Reference Caution on condensation Condensation (of dew) may occur inside the unit when there is a great difference in temperature between this unit and the outside. This unit may not function properly if condensation oc- curs. In this case, leave the unit for a few hours with the power left ON, and restart the operation after the condensation has dride up.
  • Page 78: Handling Of Discs

    Contents Handling of discs Disc handling precautions Handling Hold the discs so that you do not touch the playing surface. Label side Playing side Sticker Do not attach paper or tape to ei- ther the playing side or the label side of the discs.
  • Page 79: In Case Of Difficulty

    In case of difficulty What seems to be a malfunction is not always so. Before calling for service, check the following table according to the symptom of your trouble. Operation to reset The microcomputer may fall into malfunction (impossibil- ity to operate, erroneous display, etc.) when the power cord is unplugged while unit is ON or due to an external factor.
  • Page 80: Cd Player Section

    Contents CD player section Symptom A CD is placed in the player but it cannot be played. Sound is not produced. Sound skips. Symptoms related to MD standard Symptom “DISC FULL” is displayed while the disc still has a remaining recordable time. The possible recording time does not increase even when a short track is erased.
  • Page 81 MD recorder section (Displayed messages and actions to be taken against them) Displayed Message NO DISC CAN'T COPY DISC FULL FULL BLANK DISC NO TRACKS READING WRITING UTOC ERROR CAN'T EDIT ok?(blinking) PROTECTED PLAY ONLY Please wait XX min Sorry Buffer Error All minidiscs contain a Table of Contents (TOC) in addition to sound signals.
  • Page 82 Contents In case of difficulty...
  • Page 83: Class

    (Horizontal installation) ... W : 220 mm (8-11/16") (Vertical installation) ... W : 142 mm (5-9/16") Weight (net) ... 6 kg (13.2 lb) KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous advancements in development. For this reason specifications may be changed without notice. Notes...
  • Page 84 Contents In case of difficulty For your records Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below. Refer to the model and serial numbers when- ever you call upon your dealer for information or service on this product.

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