Installing Batteries; Display - RCA RS2052 User Manual

5cd audio system with mp3 player
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RS2052 EN
4/12/05
11:32 AM
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General Controls
REPEAT - In CD mode - Repeats a track, CD or all
MUTE - Mutes audio output.
EN
CDs.
EQ - Selects equalizer presets.
In USB / memory card mode - Selects repeat one
B. BOOST - Turns on or off Bass Boost.
file, repeat all files mode.
BAND - In Tuner mode - selects radio band.
- In CD / USB / memory card mode - Turns
FM ST - Selects between stereo and mono sound
on/off random playback.
in FM tuner mode.
ADD - In CD / USB / memory card mode - Adds
UP
- In navigation mode - Navigates upwards
track / file to My Selections.
and move up a list.
DEL - In CD / USB / memory card navigation
In tuner mode - selects the next preset number.
mode - Removes track / file from My Selections.
DOWN
- In navigation mode - Navigates
In USB / memory card mode - Removes file from
downwards and move down a list.
the connected mp3 player or memory card.
In tuner mode - Selects the previous preset
CLOCK - Displays clock time. Press and hold to
number.
enter clock setting mode.
LEFT/BACK
- In navigation mode - Navigates
TIMER - Enters timer setting mode. Activates and
backwards.
deactivates timer.
RIGHT /ENTER
- In navigation mode -
SLEEP - Selects the time interval in minutes
Navigates forward.
before the unit turns off.
VOL
or
- Decreases or Increases volume

Installing Batteries

level.
STOP
- In CD / USB / memory card mode -
The remote control must be inserted with 2
Stops playback.
"AAA" or "UM-4" or "R03" batteries prior to use.
PLAY/PAUSE
- In CD / USB / memory card
Follow the steps below to ensure correct
mode - Starts and pauses playback.
installation.
SKIP BACKWARD
- In clock and timer
setting mode - Goes to the previous setting
1. Remove the battery compartment door
option. In CD / USB / memory card mode - Goes to
(located at the back of the remote control) by
the previous track; searches backward through
sliding the compartment door in the direction
CD;
of the arrow and then lifting the door out
In Tuner mode - Tunes down radio frequency.
and off the cabinet.
SKIP FORWARD
- In clock and timer setting
2. Before inserting the batteries, observe the
mode - Goes to the next setting option. In CD /
polarities (that is, + and -) of the battery, then
USB / memory card mode - Goes to the next track;
relate the polarities to the engraved diagram
searches forward through CD;
inside the battery compartment. Now insert
In Tuner mode - Tunes up radio frequency.
the batteries.
DISC SKIP - Skips to the next disc in CD mode.
3. After installation of the batteries, replace the
OPEN/CLOSE - Opens and closes disc
battery compartment door in place by sliding
compartment.
it in the opposite direction of the arrow (the
RECORD - Starts recording.
reverse of step 1).

Display

REPEAT 1 / REPEAT 1 DISC / REPEAT ALL DISC /
EN
ALL DISC - In CD mode, indicates the repeat
CD
TUNER USB MEMCARD AUX
option that is activated.
ROCK POP JAZZ CLASSIC CUSTOM
REPEAT 1 - Repeats current track.
INTRO REPEAT I ALL DISC MP3WMA
REPEAT 1 DISC - Repeats current disc.
REPEAT ALL DISC - Repeats all discs.
ALL DISC - Plays all discs once.
MP3 / WMA - Current CD format.
FM / AM - Radio band in tuner mode.
- Currently in playback mode.
II - Currently in pause mode.
BASS BOOST
STEREO - In FM tuner mode, indicates stereo
FM AM
1
2
PROGRAM
sound is selected.
STEREO
3
4
RECORD - Recording is activated.
SLEEP
RECORD
5
BASS BOOST - Bass boost is activated.
PROGRAM - In program mode.
- Timer is activated.
SLEEP - Sleep is activated.
CD / TUNER / USB / MEMCARD / AUX - indicates
- The corresponding disc icon lights to
the current mode.
1
2
show which disc compartment is
- Random playback is activated in CD mode.
3
4
loaded. The current playing disc will
5
ROCK / POP / JAZZ / CLASSIC / CUSTOM -
flash.
Current equalizer setting.
INTRO - In CD mode, intro is activated so the first
10 seconds of each track will be played.
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