RP-7975/RP-7978 USE AND CARE GUIDE CD/Radio/Cassette Recorder 20 Tape Cassette Compartment 21 Tape Operation + Play • Rewind ;. Fast Forward _ StoWEtect ; ;- Pause...
IMPORTANT INFORMATION IMPORTANT INFORMATION REQUIRED BY FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION CONCERNING RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE Thisdevice generatesand uses radiofrequency(RF) energyand if not installed and usedproperlythis equipment may cause interferenceto radio and television reception. This equipment has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B Computing Device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Thisunitoparates o n120V AChousehold p ower The POWER INDICATOR will light indicatingPower "D'-size batteries. Batteries are not included. "ON" when the FUNCTION switch is in the RADIO or the DISC position. If the FUNCTION switch is in AC POWER OPERATION TAPE position, the INDICATOR will light when a Plug one end of the AC lice cord into the AC Input TAPE operation button is activated.
1. Slide FUNCTION switch to RADIO. AM Antenna - The AM antenna, built into the unit, • The Power "ON" indicator will light. is somewhat directional. On weak station•, it may 2. Set BAND Switch to desired broadcast band - be necessary to rotate the unit for best reception.
up disc play (fast forward).The disc materialwill be DISC PLAY audible, allowing you to scan for a favoritesegment 1. After the disc is installed and the compartment or skip a segment. Release the button and normal door closed, the disc will begin to spin and PLAY resumes.
4. Press the PLAY button. 5. Adjust VOLUME control to your preferred listening level. 6. Switch BASS BOOST end/or SIMULATED AUTOMATIC STOP SURROUND SOUND "ON" if desired. When your recorder is operating in the PLAY or The unit automaticallyreturnsto STOP mode when RECORD mode end the end of the tape is reached, the end of the tape is reached.
SELECTED RECORDING If you wish to record a particularselectiononlyfrom the compact disc, follow steps I through 3 above and: POINTS TO REMEMBER 1. Pressthe PLAY/PAUSEbutton on the CD Play_, • If the player is brought from a cold environment then, press the PLAY/PAUSE button again to to a warm one or was in a cold room that has place the CD Player in the PAUSE mode.
TAPE CARE • Do not use cleaners or antistatic sprays on discs, such as those used on conventional Do not expose your cassettes to direct sunlight or analog phonograph records. store them in hot places. High temperatures may • Discsrotate at high speeds insidethe playe_. warp the cassette shell or damage the tape itself.
and(2)Thisdevice mustaccept a nyinterference received, i ncluding interference that may cause undesired operation. According to some State laws, and in the event In accordance with FCC requirements, changes or service should be required, you may need both Model and Serial Numbers. Please recordthe Serial modifications not expresslyapproved by Thomson Consumer Electronics could void _ useCsauthority...
Some of the following items may be available at your dealer or you may order by usingthe Accesssory Order Form. _TEREO HEADPHONE Lightweight Stereo Headphone with 3.5ram stereo plug No. 3-5750 $17.95 FOR HEADPHONE VERSATILITY, the following adapters includedat no extra charge.
ACCESSORY ORDER FORM :,O ON ..CAT. NO PR,CS" ,,,,,,,, Lightweight Stereo Headphone includes: 1/4" adapter and 3.5mm stereo to 3-5750 $17.95 3.5mm mono adapter • • Stereo Headphone Pads (3 perJpk.) 5-1870 4.95 ea. For credit card purchases "Pricesare subject to change without notice.
What does yourwarrant,/ • Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange Center • Anydefectin matedalor workmanship. for sen,ice not covered by the _. For how long after the original purchase? • A new or reconditiot_d unRwill be shipped to you p_epa_ fre_ht •...
Models RPo7975/RP-7978A, B, C 347A7"778-.C001 (REV, 0, F/S) Primed in USA...