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Pioneer CT-WM62R Operating Instructions Manual

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MULTI-CASSETTE
CHANGER
CT-V%/M62K
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• Demonstration
Display
Mode
With DECK I and DECK II both stopped, press the COUNTER
MODE button
and the COUNTER
RESET button.
The dis-
play section
will
demonstrate
the various
functions
of
which the unit is capable. To stop the demonstration,
press
any of the operating
buttons
on the unit.
Thank you for buying
this PIONEER product.
Please read through
these operating
instructions
so you will
know
how to operate
your
model
properly.
After
you have
finished
reading
the instructions,
put them away in a safe place
for future reference.
In some countries
or regions, the shape of the power plug and
power
outlet
may sometimes
differ
from
that shown
in the
explanatory
drawings.
However,
the method
of connecting
and
operating
the unit is the same.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT
FIRE OR SHOC_
HAZARO,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
[For
U.S.
and
Canadian
models]
The serial number
for this equipment
is located
on the rear
panel.
Please
write
this
serial
number
on your
enclosed
warranty
card and keep it in a secure area. This is for your
security.
[For U.S. and Canadian models]
CAUTION: TO PREVENT
ELECTRIC
S.OCK DO NOT
use THIS I POLARIZED}
PLUG WITH A N EXTENS,ON
CORD
RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET
UNLESS THE BLADES CAN
BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
[Pour
le modele
canadien
avec
la fiche
polarisee]
ATTENTION:
POUR PREVENIR
'ESC.OCS
ELECTRIQUES
NE PAS UTILISER
CETTE FICHE POLARISEE
AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR,
UNE PRISE DE COURANT
OU
UNE AUTRE
SORTIE
DE COURANT,
SAUF
SI LES LAMES
PEUVENT
ETRE INSERESS
A FOND
SANS
EN LAISSER
AUCUNE PARTIE A DECOUVERT.
LINE VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH
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Medium
size [.-2
_"
screwdriver
"qV \
Only multi-voltage
models are provided with this switch. U_S.
and Canadian
models
are not provided
with this switch.
Mains voltages in Saudi Arabia are 127V and 220V only. Never
use this model with 110V setting
in Saudi Arabia.
The line voltage
selector
switch
is on the rear panel. Before
your model is shipped
from the factory, this switch is set to the
power
requirements
of the destination.
Check that it is set
properly
before plugging
the power cord into the AC outlet.
If
the voltage
is not properly
set or if you move to an area where
the voltage
requirements
differ,
adjust the selector
switch
as
follows.
1. Disconnect
the power cord.
2. Use a medium-size
screwdriver.
3. Insert
the screwdriver
into
the groove
on the voltage
selector,
and adjust so that the tip of the arrow points to the
voltage
value of your area.
PlONIEER
The Art of Entertainment

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  • Page 1 To stop the demonstration, press any of the operating buttons on the unit. Thank you for buying this PIONEER product. LINE VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH Please read through these operating instructions so you will know...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE appliance supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire instructions should be followed. should be serviced by a Pioneer authorized service to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding WATER MOISTURE appliance should center or qualified service...
  • Page 3 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 4: Packing List

    Check the power cord regularly. When you find it damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the dealer fora replacement.
  • Page 5: I Installation Precautions

    INSTALLATION LOCATION I BEFORE USING THE CASSETTE DECK When installing the cassette deck, avoid locations with The cassette tray protector protects the cassette deck from high temperatures or humidity, and make sure that the shocks and damage during transportation. Remove it before location is well ventilated.
  • Page 6: Handling Cassette Tapes

    HANDLING CASSETTE TAPES INSTALLATION NOTE: TIPS ON CASSETTE TAPES Please keep the diagram below m mind while operating cassette deck. This will help you to avoid misoperations. • Leader tape (which cannot be recorded on) is provided the beginning of a cassette tape. Let the tape run for about 5 seconds before starting to record, to allow the leader tape to clear the recording...
  • Page 7 HANDLING CASSE'R'E TAPES Cover with i-%. Turn pencil to ve ,1_,_ remove • tape slack For erasure remove... prevention _J-- Tab for SideA hesive tape Tab for Side B Sensor holes --DJ Sensor holes n__--_rbsure preventi°n _.,,,,,_,_" TYPE IV (Metal) tape AUTOMATIC TAPE SELECTOR FUNCTION cHEcK CASSETTE...
  • Page 8: Connections

    Red plug CONTROL IN jack CD-DECK SYNCHRO jack Use the enclosed mini-plug cord to connect this jack to the If this cassette deck is used together with a PIONEER CD player CONTROL OUT jack of another component equipped with equipped with...
  • Page 9 I FRONT PANEL FACILITIES ® _21_(U.S. and Canadian models only) POWER ( • OFF -- ON) switch 1@ DECK II cassette door When the POWER switch is pressed to turn the cassette @ DECK II operation buttons deck on, the 6 cassette indicators on the cassette door flash Fast forward (1_ MS): If this button is pressed during...
  • Page 10: Front Panel Facilities

    FRONT PANEL FACILITIES COPY MODE I <_ II buttons Recording (o): When this button is pressed, the cas- NORMAL: Press this button to copy a tape from DECK II to sette deck enters recording standby DECK I. (See page 21.) mode.
  • Page 11: Display Window

    FRONT PANEL FACILITIES DISPLAY WINDOW l IB I,.L.l_mm,m,=..=m.,,=.=.m,m, ===,=,m, =m,m,=,= ,=..=, --00 --20 --10 --I_ El(30 I[--C-ilIIRIII iillliil llillili illlllli IIIIIIII IIIIIIII IIIIIIII (€ _ 1) I L-HU'= SYNC. CIICI. C I C€ oo° ® 1_ DOLBY NR B/C/OFF indicator DECK I remaining time indicators...
  • Page 12 E"EMOTE CO.T.O. ON,T,OS and Canad,an mode,s on,y, • ] Remote control senser window PlONIEEIR ® ® ® ® ® (23 ft) ® ® (_ OPEN/CLOSE button B© See page 10. c=?, NOTES: • Remote control will not be possible if there is an obstacle between the remote control...
  • Page 13: Indicators

    IINDICATORS I TAPE TRANSPORT INDICATORS The illustrations below show what the DECK I tape transport indicators look like during each of the various modes. DECK II indicators operate in the same way, but the positions of the play (PLAY) indicator and the arrows reversed.
  • Page 14: Using The Counter

    INDICATORS Normal hub indicators N.HUI_ L-HUB N-HUB _n_i_o CI p21:p21 L indicators D"_l D"_'-I Large hub HI__I N-HUB LH;g" "" V Normal Large Before starting playback or recording, press the COUNTER DECK I Tape remaining time indicators RESET button to reset the tape counter to 0000 and the time These indicators...
  • Page 15: Recording (Deck I)

    INDICATORS • When the FLEX system is engaged, each music selection I FLEx iiif) SYSTEM _ automatically adjusted during playback. System operation status is indicated by whether (=_J} indicators • FLEX System: F_requency Leve_ Expander System flashing or steadily lit. •...
  • Page 16: Additional Recording Operations

    IREcoRDING (DECK I) 3. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the tray. One way mode recording (Z) 4. Press one of the CASSETTE NUMBER buttons Press the forward play (1_) button to record on side A. Press the reverse play (_1) button to record on side B. load the cassette for recording.
  • Page 17: Playback (Deck Ii)

    ADDITIONAL RECORDING OPERATIONS ..To resume recording, press the pause (n) button. If the RELAY RECORDING (DECK I only) recording mute (O) button is pressed and held, the cassette deck will continue to record a blank section until the button released.
  • Page 18: Playback (Deck I)

    PLAYBACK (DECK II) To fast-forward or fast-reverse the tape: 5. Select the desired Dolby noise reduction with the The fast-forward or fast-reverse (<141 or I_t_) buttons operate DOLBY NR buttons (see page 16). only when the cassette deck is in stop mode. If the tape is Use the same type of Dolby NR that was used for rec- running, press the stop (11)button to stop the tape.
  • Page 19 PLAYBACK ( DECKI) Reverse mode playback (CJ) RANDOM PLAYBACK (DECK I only) Press the forward play (1_) button to begin playback from side A, or press the reverse play (',I) button to begin playback from side B. Playback of both sides will continue until the tape has been played back 8 times (16 sides).
  • Page 20: Music Search

    MUSIC SEARCH fast-reverse (<Pq) button the same number of times as the By searching for and detecting the blank spaces between recorded tracks, the music search function can skip forward number of tracks to be skipped. backward automatically to the beginning of a designated track and begin playing...
  • Page 21: Tape Copying

    I TAPECOPYING I COPYING A TAPE (DECK II TO DECK I) opE_Losr COPY <11 MODE 1. Load the cassette for playback in DECK II. To stop in the middle of tape copying: • Tape copying must begin from side A. Therefore, make Press the stop (11) button of either...
  • Page 22: Cd-Deck Synchro Recording (Deck I Only)

    10. Press the stop buttons of both the cassette deck this unit is connected to a PIONEER CD player equipped and the CD player. with a CD-DECK SYNCHRO jack (see page 8). • Unless both this cassette deck and the CD player are in NORMAL SYNCHRO RECORDING stop mode, synchro recording cannot be performed.
  • Page 23: Recording Using An Audio Timer (Deck I Only)

    CD-DECK SYNCHRO RECORDING (DECK I only) If the tape ends while the CD is still playing: 5. Press one of the CASSETTE NUMBER buttons to The CD player returns to the beginning of the current selection load the cassette for recording. and enters pause mode.
  • Page 24: Timer Playback

    RECORDING USINGAN AUDIOTIMER(DECK I only) 4. Set the DECK I TIMER switch to the REC position. 8. Press recording button to enter recording standby mode, adjust recording level (see 5. Select desired type of Dolby noise reduction page 17). each cassette with the DOLBY NR buttons (see page...
  • Page 25: Maintenance

    I MAINTENANCE When the heads of the cassette deck get dirty, they are not able Head cleaning for DECK II to record or play back cassette tapes clearly. The sound will be distorted or the high frequency sounds will not be reproduced. Therefore, the heads should be cleaned whenever...
  • Page 26: Itroubleshooting

    If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work. Symptom Cause Remedy POWER The power does not go •...
  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Cause Symptom Remedy POOR SOUND QUALITY The sound is unstable or The heads, pinch rollers and capstans are dirty. • Clean the heads, etc. (see page 25). interrupted. The tape is not uniformly wound. • Fast forward or rewind the tape completely.
  • Page 28: Specifications

    Remote control unit (U,S. and Canadian models only) ....1 Dry cell batteries "AAA" (IEC R03/UM-4) (U.S. and Canadian models Only) ..........Published by Pioneer Electronic Colporahon. Copyright @ 1993 Pioneer Electronic Corporat0on All rights reserved. PIONEER ELECTRONIC CORPORATION 4 1, Meguro...