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Radio Shack CTR-102 Owner's Manual

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14-1108.fm Page 1 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM
Cat. No. 14-1108A
OWNER'S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
CTR-102
AC•DC Portable
Cassette Tape Recorder

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    14-1108.fm Page 1 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM Cat. No. 14-1108A OWNER’S MANUAL Please read before using this equipment. CTR-102 AC•DC Portable Cassette Tape Recorder...

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    This symbol is intended to inform you that important operating and maintenance instructions are in- cluded in the literature accompa- nying this recorder. © 1996 Tandy Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Radio Shack is a registered trademark used by Tandy Corporation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    14-1108.fm Page 3 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM CONTENTS Preparation ....................... 4 Connecting Power ..................4 Using Internal Batteries ................. 4 Using AC Power ..................5 Using Vehicle Battery Power ..............5 Using an Earphone ..................6 Listening Safely ..................6 Traffic Safety ..................

  • Page 4: Preparation

    Radio Shack Cat. No. 23-551/651. • If you do not plan to use batter- 1. Press down on the battery com- ies in the CTR-102 for a month partment cover’s grooves and or more, remove the batteries to slide it off in the direction of the protect the CTR-102 from possi- arrow.

  • Page 5: Using Ac Power

    14-1108.fm Page 5 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM Using AC Power Cautions: • The recommended DC adapter To power the recorder from standard supplies 6 volts and delivers at AC power, plug the supplied AC pow- least 300 milliamps. Its center tip er cord into the jack AC POWER 120V...

  • Page 6: Using An Earphone

    14-1108.fm Page 6 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM 3. Insert the adapter’s barrel plug Note: Connecting the earphone au- into the recorder’s jack. tomatically disconnects the built-in DC 6V speaker. Listening Safely To protect your hearing, follow these guidelines when you use an ear- phone.

  • Page 7: Operation

    14-1108.fm Page 7 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM OPERATION LOADING A CASSETTE PLAYING A TAPE 1. Take up any slack in the tape by Warning: To protect your hearing, set turning one of the cassette’s to its lowest setting before VOLUME hubs with a pencil.

  • Page 8: Recording

    Follow these steps to record using voice and exclude all other sounds the built-in microphone. in the surrounding area. Your local Radio Shack store carries a wide 1. Load a blank cassette tape, or variety of external microphones. one you want to record over, into the cassette compartment.

  • Page 9: Recording From An External Audio Source

    14-1108.fm Page 9 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM Follow these steps to record using an Recording from an External external microphone. Audio Source 1. Load a blank cassette tape, or You can directly record from an ex- one you want to record over, into ternal audio source, such as a radio, the cassette compartment.

  • Page 10: Tape Tips

    (personal) use. Note: Be sure you have not connect- ed anything to the jack. If you need to erase an entire cas- sette, you might prefer using a bulk tape eraser, available from your local Radio Shack store.

  • Page 11: Preventing Accidental Erasure

    14-1108.fm Page 11 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM Preventing Accidental Caution: Removing the erase-pro- tection tabs does not prevent a bulk Erasure eraser from erasing a cassette tape. Cassette tapes have two erase-pro- tection tabs — one for each side. Restoring Tape Tension and When a tab is in place, you can Sound Quality...

  • Page 12: Maintenance

    Modifying or tampering with the recorder’s internal components can cause a mal- function and might invalidate your recorder’s warranty. If your recorder is not performing as it should, take it to your local Radio Shack store for assistance.

  • Page 13: Cleaning The Tape-handling Parts

    To prevent noise and poor high-fre- quency response, clean the cassette player’s tape-handling parts after ev- ery 20 hours of use. Note: Your local Radio Shack store sells a complete line of cassette cleaning supplies. 5. When you finish cleaning, press...

  • Page 14: Specifications

    14-1108.fm Page 14 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM SPECIFICATIONS CASSETTE PLAYER Track System ................. 2-Track Monaural Tape Speed ..................4.75 cm/s Recording System ................. AC Bias Frequency Response (at ± 6 dB) ..........125 Hz–6.3 kHz Signal-to-Noise Ratio ................40 dB Wow and Flutter (WRMS) ............

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    14-1108.fm Page 15 Thursday, July 1, 1999 11:32 AM NOTES...

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    Within this period, we will repair it without charge for parts and labor. Simply bring your Radio Shack sales slip as proof of purchase date to any Radio Shack store. Warranty does not cover transportation costs. Nor does it cover a product subjected to misuse or accidental damage.

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