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POWERED WOOFER CD SYSTEM
RV-B99 BK/BU
TIMER
ON/OFF
CLOCK
TIMER
SLEEP
DOWN
UP
SET
PROGRAM
RANDOM
AUTO
PRESET
REPEAT
TUNER
AUX
C D
TAPE
BAND
FM MODE
REVERSE MODE
REW
MULTI CONTROL
FF
DISPLAY
SOUND
ACS
SUPER WOOFER
VOLUME
VOLUME
RM-RXVB99E
REMOTE CONTROL
INSTRUCTIONS
LTV0218-002A
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  • Page 1 POWERED WOOFER CD SYSTEM RV-B99 BK/BU TIMER ON/OFF CLOCK TIMER DOWN AUTO PRESET TAPE REVERSE MODE MULTI CONTROL DISPLAY SOUND SUPER WOOFER VOLUME REMOTE CONTROL INSTRUCTIONS SLEEP PROGRAM RANDOM REPEAT TUNER BAND FM MODE VOLUME RM-RXVB99E LTV0218-002A...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ENGLISH Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Please read these instructions carefully before starting operation to be sure to obtain optimum performance and a longer service life from the unit. CONTENTS Features ... 3 Safety precautions ... 3 Handling precautions ... 4 Shoulder strap attachment/detachment ...
  • Page 3: Features

    FEATURES ÷ Active Clear Sound (ACS) circuit for enhanced sound reproduction ÷ Super woofer volume control ÷ Sound mode control ÷ One-touch operation (COMPU PLAY) ÷ 35-key remote control unit operates all CD, cassette deck and tuner functions ÷ Skip Play/Search Play/Repeat Play/Random Play ÷...
  • Page 4: Handling Precautions

    HANDLING PRECAUTIONS Do not use this unit in direct sunlight where it would be exposed to high temperatures above 40°C (104°F). ÷ When abnormal operation occurs. * Unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet and remove all the batteries. Then reload the batteries after a few minutes, reconnect the AC power cord and switch the power ON.
  • Page 5: Shoulder Strap Attachment/Detachment

    SHOULDER STRAP ATTACHMENT/DETACHMENT ÷ ATTACHMENT As shown in the illustration below, press in the metal fitting at hook over ÷ DETACHMENT Press in the metal fitting at and unhook. Shoulder strap CONNECTIONS ÷ Do not switch the power on until all connections are completed. Connection of external audio units ÷...
  • Page 6: Power Supply

    ~AC IN CAUTIONS: 1. ONLY USE WITH JVC POWER CORD PROVIDED WITH THIS UNIT TO AVOID MALFUNCTION OR DAMAGE TO THE UNIT. 2. BE SURE TO UNPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE OUTLET WHEN GOING OUT OR WHEN THE UNIT IS NOT IN USE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.
  • Page 7 CAUTIONS WHEN USING THIS UNIT IN A CAR ÷ When using a car battery, be sure to use the specified car adapter (JVC model CA-R120E) to prevent mishaps or damage resulting from different polarity design. ÷ For safety, stop the car before performing operations.
  • Page 8: Names Of Parts And Their Functions

    NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS CD player/General section Shoulder strap hook button SUPER WOOFER VOLUME control knob SOUND button Display window Function/Track number display Play time display Repeat play indicator ( ALL) Program mode indicator (PROGRAM) Random play indicator (RANDOM) ÷...
  • Page 9 Tuner/Deck section 1 2 3 6 78 PRESET TUNING/BEAT CUT button AUX button Display window Band display Radio frequency display Mode display during FM broadcast (STEREO/MONO) Tape (TAPE) display Reverse mode indicator ( / Recording indicator (REC) Tape direction indicators (2/3) TAPE 23 button Press to select the tape mode.
  • Page 10: Remote Control Unit

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT Preparation before use ÷ Installing batteries in the remote control unit 1. Remove the battery cover from the back of the remote control unit. 2. Insert two “R6/AA (15F)” size batteries. ÷ Insert the batteries with the ª and · terminals matching the indication inside the battery compartment.
  • Page 11: Switching The Power On/Off

    SWITCHING THE POWER ON/OFF button Switching the power on/off ÷ Switching on: ON / STANDBY STANDBY The STANDBY indicator goes out. ÷ Switching off: ON / STANDBY STANDBY The STANDBY indicator lights. One touch operation (COMPU PLAY) (only when AC power is used) Even when the power is set to STANDBY, pressing the button shown below switches on the power and selects the source.
  • Page 12: Volume, Sound Mode And Other Controls

    VOLUME, SOUND MODE AND OTHER CONTROLS VOLUME control + : Use to increase the volume. – : Use to decrease the volume. (Control range from VOL 0 to VOL 50.) ÷ The volume level is displayed in the display window for 2 seconds. Main unit VOLUME SUPER WOOFER VOLUME control...
  • Page 13: Handling Cds

    HANDLING CDs Since dirty, damaged and warped CDs may damage the unit, take care regarding the following: 1. Usable CDs Use CDs with the mark shown. 2. Notes on handling CDs ÷ Do not touch the reflective recorded surface. ÷ Do not stick or write anything on the label side. ÷...
  • Page 14: Playing Cds

    PLAYING CDs Playing an entire CD The following example of playing an entire CD assumes a CD with 12 tracks and a total playing time of 48 minutes 57 seconds. Operate in the order shown ÷ When AC power is used. (When battery power is used, switch on the button first, then perform operation.) Set to RELEASE to open the CD door.
  • Page 15 Direct access play (using the remote control unit) ÷ Pressing any of the track number buttons will start play from the beginning of the designated track. (This function cannot be used during programmed play.) CLOCK TIMER DOWN REVERSE MODE Programmed play (using the remote control unit) ÷...
  • Page 16: Handling Cassette Tapes

    Repeat play (using the remote control unit) Press the REPEAT button before or during play. A single track or all the tracks can be repeated. Whether a single track or all tracks are to be repeated can be specified. Each time the REPEAT button is pressed, the mode will change from a single track ( ), to all the tracks ( order.
  • Page 17: Cassette Playback

    CASSETTE PLAYBACK Operate in the order shown ÷ When AC power is used. (When battery power is used, switch on the operation.) Load a cassette tape with side A facing out. Press to start playback. (The power is switched on and the TAPE mode is engaged to start tape playback.) Adjust the volume.
  • Page 18: Radio Reception

    RADIO RECEPTION Operate in the order shown ÷ When AC power is used. (When battery power is used, switch on the button first, then perform operation.) Press the TUNER BAND button. ÷ The power is switched on. Select the band by pressing the TUNER BAND button. ÷...
  • Page 19 Presetting the desired stations (using the remote control unit) 30 stations in FM band and 15 stations in AM (MW/LW) band can be preset as follows: ÷ Example: (Presetting an FM station broadcasting on 103.5 MHz to preset button “15”) SLEEP DOWN PROGRAM...
  • Page 20: Recording

    RECORDING ÷ During recording, the ALC (Automatic Level Control) circuit automatically optimizes the recording level, so manual recording level adjustment is unnecessary. ÷ Check that the safety tab on the cassette tape is not broken off. Synchronized recording with the CD player ÷...
  • Page 21: Microphone/Guitar Input

    Recording from the radio or an external source connected to the AUX IN terminals Operate in the order shown Load a cassette with side A facing out. (Wind past the tape leader before starting recording.) ÷ Make sure the tape direction is set to 3 (forward direction). Select the source to be recorded.
  • Page 22: Clock Adjustment

    CLOCK ADJUSTMENT USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT) Names of parts in the clock/timer section, and their functions: 1 2 3 Timer mode indicator Timer indicator (ON/OFF) SLEEP indicator CLOCK indicator Time display Setting the current time (when this unit is used for the first time) (Example: To set the clock to 13:15.) CLOCK...
  • Page 23 Set the stop time. (Example: To set the timer stop time to 13:15.) DOWN Select the TIMER mode. ÷ The selected timer mode is shown in the display. DOWN Set the volume. DOWN ÷ The unit enters the previously engaged mode when timer setting has been completed. (The ÷...
  • Page 24 Timer recording of broadcast ÷ The current time must be set before the timer can be used. ÷ Make sure that the safety tabs of the cassette have not been broken off. Operations Set the button to ON. Load a cassette. ÷...
  • Page 25 Timer playback ÷ Timer playback of tapes, broadcasts and CDs is possible. Operations Set the button to ON. Set the timer. (Refer to “Setting the timer” on page 22.) Source sound CD play Tape playback Broadcast Set the button to STANDBY. ÷...
  • Page 26: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE Cleaning is important! When the tape is running, magnetic powder and dust naturally accumulate on the heads, capstan and pinch roller. When they become too dirty... ÷ Sound quality deteriorates. ÷ The output sound level drops. ÷ Previously recorded tape is not completely erased. ÷...
  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING What appears to be trouble is not always serious. First make sure... ÷ Power cannot be turned on. * Is the power cord unplugged? ÷ No sound from the speakers. * Are headphones connected? ÷ Clock time is blinking in the display. * Was there a power failure? * Was the power cord unplugged while the memory back-up batteries were not installed?
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