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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Micro Component System
SLEEP
/ON
FUNCTION
MEMORY
OPEN/CLOSE
MUTE
OVER
USB
CD
PRESET
RANDOM
/FOLDER
FM MODE/
DISPLAY
TUNER/BAND
REPEAT
SOUND
BASS
REMOTE CONTROLLER RB-DAB03
DC-DAB03
R . D . S
Digital Audio Broadcasting
Problems with set-up?
Call 0870 240 7475
Calls cost a maximum of 8p per
minute during peak periods,
based on BT rates of April 2004.

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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    DC-DAB03 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Micro Component System SLEEP FUNCTION MEMORY OPEN/CLOSE MUTE OVER PRESET RANDOM /FOLDER FM MODE/ DISPLAY TUNER/BAND REPEAT SOUND BASS R . D . S Digital Audio Broadcasting REMOTE CONTROLLER RB-DAB03 Problems with set-up? Call 0870 240 7475...
  • Page 3 Because of the CD player’s extremely low noise and wide dynamic range, there might be a tendency to set the volume on the amplifier Your SANYO product is designed and manufactured with unnecessarily high. Doing so may produce an excessively large output high quality materials and components which can be from the amplifier which could damage your speakers.
  • Page 4 CONNECTIONS L ch speaker R ch speaker FM Aerial LEFT LEFT RIGHT SPEAKERS (6Ω MIN) 70Ω PHONES LINE IN RIGHT To an AC outlet Video/Auxiliary equipment Note: Note: Do not connect the mains lead to an AC outlet until all connections To minimize noise, the speaker, mains and any other leads should not have been made.
  • Page 5: Remote Control

    CONTROLS General 1. Power button ( z/ON) 2. Display 3. Function select button (FUNCTION) 4. Volume control button (VOLUME/PTY SELECT) 5. Memory button (MEMORY) 6. Economy mode/Clock/Timer button ( /CLOCK/TIMER) 7. Remote sensor (IR) CD player/Tuner 1. PTY select button (VOLUME/PTY SELECT) 2.
  • Page 6: Inserting Batteries

    Remote control range Inserting batteries Remote sensor Within approx. 7 meters Two R03/AAA batteries (not supplied) 30˚ 30˚ Notes: Always remove batteries if the remote control is not to be used for a month SLEEP or more. Batteries left in the unit may leak and cause damage. FUNCTION MEMORY OPEN/CLOSE...
  • Page 7: Before Operation

    BEFORE OPERATION Turning the power on and off Adjusting the volume Press the z/ON button, the display lights. Turn the VOLUME control, or press the VOL – or VOL + button on the To turn the power off, press the z/ON button again, the display turns off, remote control.
  • Page 8: Mp3 Cd Operation

    Random play 2. Select a track by using the e or f button. Press the SELECT/PTY CHECK/RANDOM button (or RANDOM/SELECT The number buttons on the remote button on the remote control) in playing or stop mode. “RAN” will appear control can also be used. on the display.
  • Page 9: Listening To The Radio

    Note: 5. Press the i button to start play, the track number and elapsed Some MP3 CDs can’t be played back depending on the recording playing time will display. conditions. The CD-R/RW that has no music data or non-MP3 files can’t be played back.
  • Page 10: Listening To The Dab Radio

    Listening to preset stations “PTY” appears, then broadcast programme type is displayed. If no PTY signal is received, “NO PTY” appears, then station name or station 1. Press the FUNCTION button to select FM. frequency is displayed. 2. Press the AUTO TUNE/TUNER PRESET/FOLDER SELECT button RT (Radio Text) (or the AUTO TUNE/PRESET button on the remote control) to select “RT”...
  • Page 11 5A 174.92MHz v 5B 176.64 MHz… v 13E 237.48 MHz v 13F Display value changes as following: 239.20 MHz v 5A 174.92 MHz v … DRC 0 v DRC 1/2 v DRC 1 v DRC 0 v .. ( or in reverse order) 3.
  • Page 12: Listening To Preset Stations

    Signal Error Rate: Indicates signal quality. 0 - 15: good; 16 - 30: Acceptable; Over 30: Poor. 3. Press the f or e button to select the channel number to be preset. Note: Press the f or e button repeatedly to scroll the user through the available menu option (under setup menu), service station lists.
  • Page 13: Listening To Other Sources

    LISTENING TO OTHER SOURCES 1. Press the FUNCTION button to select “LINE”. 2. Follow the instructions supplied with the video/auxiliary equipment. TIMER OPERATION Using the timer (Main unit only) 8. Press the /CLOCK/TIMER button, “ OFF ” appears. The previous Timer OFF time appears. Set the on and off times, and function to be used.
  • Page 14: Maintenance

    • Present time. Using the sleep timer (Remote control only) • TIMER ON time. The sleep timer automatically switches off the power after a preset time • TIMER OFF time. has elapsed. The volume will gradually be reduced (fade-out) during the •...
  • Page 15: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Tuner General Reception frequency: Output power: FM: 87.5 ~ 108 MHz 50W/ch (at 6 ohms, 10% distortion) Input: CD player VIDEO IN: 500 mV/50 kohms Channels: Outputs: 2-channel stereo SPEAKERS: 6 ohms Sampling frequency: PHONES: 8 ~ 32 ohms 44.1 kHz Power requirements: Pick-up:...
  • Page 16 Sanyo dealer. He will be pleased to give you a quotation for 4. Failure due to fair wear and tear of any item, such as batteries, the repair.