Before applying power Units are designed for operation as follows. Europe and U.K..AC 230 V only Australia ... AC 240 V only For the United Kingdom Factory fitted moulded mains plug 1. The mains plug contains a fuse. For replacement, use only a 13-Amp ASTA-approved (BS1362) fuse.
Contents Preparation section Before applying power ... 2 Safety precautions ... 2 Special features ... 4 In regard to demonstration ... 4 Accessories ... 5 System connection... 6 Connection of the System Accessories ... 6 Connection of Other Accessories (Commercially Available Parts) ... 8 Controls and indicators ...
Special features CD = MD high-speed (2x-speed) dubbing A convenient feature enabling dubbing from CD to MD with simple operation and short period. (Applicable only to CD all-track recording) CD text information display When discs conforming to CD-TEXT are played with this unit, the text information recorded on the CD (disc name or titles) is displayed automatically.
Unpacking Unpack the unit carefully and make sure that all accessories are put aside so they will not be lost. Examine the unit for any possibility of shipping damage. If your unit is damaged or fails to operate, notify your dealer immediately. If your unit was shipped to you directly, notify the shipping company without delay.
System connection Connection of the System Accessories This figure shows the method of connection be- tween the main unit and provided accessories. AM loop antenna The supplied antenna is for indoor use. Place it as far as pos- sible from the main system, TV set, speaker cords and power cord, and set it to a direction which provides the best recep- tion.
CAUTION Be sure to adhere followings. Or proper venti- lation will be blocked causing damage or fire hazard. ÷ Do not place any objects impairing heat ra- diation onto the top of unit. ÷ Leave a space around the unit (from the larg- est outside dimension including projection) equal or greater than, shown below.
Connection of Other Accessories CAUTION Note on Connection Connect the components as shown in the diagram. Only plug the power cord into a power outlet once connections are completed. Audio cord Audio output VCR, Analog turntable with built-in RIAA equalizer (optional P-110), etc. 1.In case an associated system component is connected, also read the instruction manual of the component.
Controls and indicators Display ( The displays given in this manual are approximations only. They may differ from what actually appears on the display.) 1 Indication related to CD/MD 2 MUTE indicator 3 SLEEP indicator 4 RDS indicator (except for some areas) 5 Auto Power Save indicator 6 Selected selector indicator 7 O.T.E.
This unit incorporates the one-touch operation function for the user's convenience. With this function, pressing any key enclosed in immediately start playback (or reception). AUTO REVERSE CASSETTE DECK ¢ sound menu volume/ multi control HM-382MD MD rec TAPE rec TUNER/band TAPE STOP COMPACT COMPACT DIGITAL AUDIO...
1 Display 2 sound key Used for switching the EX.BASS play and LOUDNESS play. 3 AUX key Press to listen to the input source connected to AUX (analog external). 4 TAPE0 key Press to open or close the cassette holder. 5 Standby / timer indicator Light in standby mode of power.
Operation of remote control unit The keys on the remote control unit with the same names as on the main unit have the same function as the keys on the main unit. TIME DISPLAY CLEAR /SPACE /CHARAC. /DELETE P.CALL ENTER TAPE EQ.
9 Basic operation keys 4P.CALL¢ keys During CD or MD operation: Press to skip tracks in the forward or backward direction. These keys are used in MD editing, input character selection. During TAPE operation : Press to select a preset station. Press during TAPE operation to fast forward or fast reverse the tape.
Basic use method Bass and treble compensation The system is switched ON and STANDBY Muting the sound temporarily Example: To select the CD input volume/ multi control down The volume The volume decreases increases Bass and treble compensation Listening through headphones 1.
Listening through headphones Insert the headphone plug into the “phones” jack. phones ÷ Headphones with a stereo mini plug can be con- nected. ÷ The sounds from all speakers are cut off. Muting the sound temporarily (Remote control unit only) MUTE ÷...
Playback of CD Skipping tracks To fast forward and backward Playback from desired track Start playback/ To pause playback In regard to CD-TEXT When discs conforming to CD-TEXT are played with this unit, the text information recorded on the CD (disc name or titles) is displayed automatically.¡...
÷ Be sure to place a disc horizontally. Placing it with an inclination will result in malfunction. Displayed when a disc is loaded. KENWOOD ÷ Titles are displayed for discs conforming to CD-TEXT. ÷ After a few seconds, play starts from track No.1.
Playback of Mini Disc Skipping tracks To fast forward and backward Playback from desired track Start playback/ To stop playback To pause playback In the direction of the arrow When a disc is placed into the MD recorder in advance, the unit will be switched on automatically by press- ing the MD 6 key, and playback will start.
÷ Playback starts from the position where the key is released. To stop playback STOP The display changes. MD READING D KENWOOD Elapsed time of track being played Track No. being played Displayed when an MD is loaded D JAZZ...
“••••••” are displayed. ÷ Track selection is possible with the 4 or ¢ key of the main unit. To larger track No. Playback of Mini Disc Goes off 0:00 TITLE 02 KENWOO Blinks Track title 0:12 D KENWOOD...
In regard to the DISPLAY/CHARAC. key DISPLAY /CHARAC. With a CD-TEXT or MD disc Pressing the key during stop scrolls the disc title. During simultaneous MD/Tape recording Each press switches the information. 1 Available recording time of MD 22:2 R 2 Tape counter display.
Playback of tape Selection of TAPE EQ. To wind tape at high speed Start playback To stop playback TAPE Transport direction indicators TAPE If you load a tape in the cassette deck in advance while the power is off. pressing the TAPE23 key turns power on automatically and starts the tape playback.
To wind tape at high speed To fast wind in direction | ¢ ÷ Press the 7STOP key to stop fast winding. Selection of TAPE equalizer (TAPE EQ.) (Remote control unit only) When playing a tape prerecorded with Noise Reduc- tion system (such as the DOLBY NR) ON, be sure to set the "TAPE EQ."...
Receiving broadcast station Up to 40 radio stations can be preset in memory. Auto/manual station switching One-by-one presetting TUNER/band ¢ TUNING When the “TUNER/band” key is pressed, the unit will automatically be switched on and reception status will be reached. Collective presetting of stations Preset call 1.
One-by-one presetting (manual preset) 1 Press the ENTER key during reception. ENTER (Proceed to step 2 while “MEMORY” is lit.) 2 Select one of the preset numbers from 1 to 40. P.CALL 3 Press the ENTER key again. ENTER (Repeat steps 1,2,3 to preset other stations) Reception band indication 87.50MHz...
Collective presetting of stations AUTO MEMORY ... For U.K. and Europe AUTO PRESET ... Other countries 1 Receive a broadcast. TUNER/band 2 Select “A.MEMORY ?” (or “AUTO PRESET”). menu set/demo Channel space setting the United Kingdom ) (Except for The space between radio channels has been set to the one that prevails in the area to which the system is shipped.
÷ If a CD or tape has already been loaded, it starts to play now. Press the 7STOP key to stop it. ÷ If the CD input is selected, the digital input is recorded automatically. Pause the recording 0:00 KENWOOD The character information display shows the recording input source. ˇ...
MD rec Pause the recording Blinks 01JA54:32 The recordable time for the MD is displayed. ÷ Press the key again to resume recording. At this time, the track number is incremented by “1”. ÷ Recording can also be started by pressing the MD rec key.
Recording on TAPE Stop the recording TAPE TAPE Pause the recording 1. Load a tape in deck. 1 Press the TAPE0 key 2 Insert a tape. 3 Press the TAPE0 key ÷ Differentiation between normal (TYPE ) and high (TYPE automatically.
menu volume/ multi control down set/demo Select an input source other than “TAPE” Example: To select the CD input TAPE rec Pause the recording TAPE rec ÷ Press the TAPE rec key during recording. It stops after leaving a non-recorded blank of 4 seconds. (Press the key again to resume recording.) Stop the recording STOP...
(P-5 has been deleted.) ÷ Each time the key is pressed, the last track in the program is cleared. Lights P-01 KENWOOD When the CD input is selected Program position of the track to be selected next. P-01 When the CD input is selected...
2 REPEAT ALL 3 Off... Repeat deactivated Lights REPEAT Various CD/MD playback features 0:00 When the MD input is selected 0:12 KENWOOD When the MD input is selected 0:00 When the MD input is selected 0:12 When the MD input is selected...
Setup for repeating selected tracks 1 Program the track sequence according to steps1 to 2 of “Listening in the desired se- quence”. 2 Select “REPEAT ALL”. REPEAT 3 Start playback CD / Listening to an unexpected title sequence As the titles each time are selected randomly, the music can be enjoyed without getting tired of it. Select the CD or MD input.
R.D.S. (Radio Data System) (Except for some areas) RDS is a system which transmits useful informa- tion (digital data) for FM broadcasts together with the broadcast signal. Tuners and receivers designed for RDS reception can extract the in- formation from the broadcast signal for use with various functions such as automatic display of the station name.
Searching for a desired program type By specifying the type of program (genre) you want to listen to, the tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broad- casting a program of the specified type. Set the reception band to FM. Preset RDS stations with the auto preset function. Select the PTY search mode.
Start the search. ÷ No sound is heard while “PTY” is blinking. ÷ If a program of the desired type cannot be found, “NO PROG” is displayed, then after several seconds the display returns to the original display. ÷ If a program of the desired type is found, that program is received and the program type name display changes temporarily to the station name display.
Convenient Rrecording methods Selection of the recording type This unit provides the following recording fea- tures in addition to normal recording. Select the appropriate method according to the purpose of recording. Recording a CD onto an MD in short time CD = MD high-speed (2x-speed) dubbing All-track high-speed recording To record CD with a simplified method...
All-track high-speed recording Records a CD onto an MD in a short period. Be sure to put the MD recorder and cassette deck in stop mode. Make the preparations for recording. 1 Select the CD input. 2 Ensure that "PGM", "REPEAT" and "REPEAT ALL"...
One-touch edit recording Records all tracks in a CD with a simple operation. (All-track recording) Records a single CD track being played from the beginning. (Single-track recording) Be sure to put the MD recorder and cassette deck in stop mode Make the preparations for recording.
Twin recording onto MD and tape All the tracks on a CD can be recorded simultaneously onto an MD and tape. (All-track twin recording) The current track can be recorded from the beginning simultaneously onto an MD and tape. (single- track twin recording) Be sure to put the MD recorder and cassette deck in stop mode.
Program recording Desired CD tracks can be programmed in the desired sequence and recorded onto an MD or tape. Be sure to put the MD recorder and cassette deck in stop mode. Make the preparations for recording. 1 MD : Insert a disc into the MD recorder. TAPE : Perform steps 1 to 3 of the procedure in ”Recording on TAPE”.
Program recording Desired MD tracks can be programmed in the desired sequence and recorded onto a tape. Be sure to put the MD recorder and cassette deck in stop mode. Make the preparations for recording. : Insert a disc into the MD recorder. TAPE : Perform steps 1 to 3 of the procedure in ”Recording on TAPE”.
MD Edit Functions Selecting the editing function type When a commercially available Mini Disc fabri- cated for user recording is used, various editing operations can be applied after recording. Note that editing is not possible with commercially available prerecorded Mini Disc software de- signed for playback only.
Moving a single track This procedure shows you how to select and move (insert) a track to the track number you desire. The surrounding tracks are renumbered automatically. Repeating this procedure lets you arrange the tracks in the order you desire. Please execute operation in stopped condition.
Select the moving destination track. 1 Select a track number. To decrease track No. P.CALL 2 Set it. Execute track move. ENTER After editing, eject and remove the mini disc. To increase track No. Do not turn power off or apply shock or impact while "WRITING"...
Dividing a track (TRACK DIVIDE) Use the following procedure to divide a track into two by inserting a track number in its middle. For example, by inserting an additional track number before the passage you are specially fond of, it is easy to skip to there when you play the disc later.
Combining two tracks Combines two adjacent tracks into a single track. After this operation, the track numbers of tracks located after the combined tracks are decreased automatically. Perform the operations in the following procedure while the display is blinking. Select “COMBINE”. 1 Press the TRACK EDIT key.
Erasing a single track TRACK ERASE During playback, it is possible to erase only the track being played. The track numbers of the tracks after the erased track will be adjusted. Be careful in using this operation because a track cannot be recovered once it has been erased.
Assigning a title to a disc or track When titles are assigned to a disc and its tracks, the titles cannot only be displayed during play- back but title search (searching a track by the title) is also made possible. The assigned titles can be changed or deleted with the same proce- dure.
Input the title. Characters can be selected either in the "charac- ter input key mode" or "skip key mode". To enter a character using the charac- ter input keys (Character input key mode): If "Aa" or "12" is displayed, press any character input key.
Selecting characters using the 4or¢key (Skip key mode) If "Aa" or "12" is displayed, press the 4or ¢key. 1 Press the DISPLAY/CHARAC. key repeat- edly to select a character group. DISPLAY /CHARAC. 2 Press the 4 or ¢ key to move the selection cursor on the desired charac- ter.
Executing title input 1 Press the ENTER key to set the title input. ÷ If power is switched off (to STANDBY mode) or the TITLE INPUT key is pressed to cancel setting before the ENTER key is pressed here, the inputs made until then will be cleared. ENTER 2 Press the TITLE INPUT key to exit from editing.
Copying titles in title memos for use as titles of other MDs or tracks To make character entry simpler, disc titles, track titles and/or performer names can be saved in title memos ( to ) and copied them with another disc or track. The title memos can save up to three sets of titles and/or input character sets.
Entering characters in title memo (TITLE MEMO) 1 Press the TITLE INPUT key while the MD recorder is in stop mode. TITLE INPUT 2 Select the save destination title memo (,  or ). P.CALL 3 Enter characters as described in proce- dure step 2 of "Assigning a title to a disc or track".
Tone adjustment Tone adjustment The lowest and highest frequency bands can be adjusted independently. (Remote control only) 1 Select the frequency band. TONE (Go to step 2 within 20 seconds.) 2 Adjust. VOLUME (To adjust the other frequency band, repeat steps 1 and 2 for it.) Balance adjustment Adjusts the balance of left and right volume.
Listening to an AUX input source Listening to an AUX input source Select AUX (external input). Play the connected equipment.. Adjust the volume. volume/ multi control Adjusting the AUX Input Level This adjusts the input level for the external equip- ment (video deck etc.) connected to the AUX in- put terminal.
Clock adjustment As the clock is not used to show the time of the day but is also used in timer operations, be sure to set the clock in advance. Activate the clock adjustment mode. Press and hold for more than 2 sec. when the power is ON.
Timer operation Operate easy To use Timer (O.T.T.) Playback of the selected input source starts at the specified time, and the unit is switched off after one hour. This timer operates only once directly after setting. Timer playback, timer recording (PROG.1, PROG.2) With each of the two timer programs, a selected source can be played (or radio broadcast can be recorded) in the previously set time period.
Setting an everyday timer program In each of PROG.1 and PROG.2, the timer data including the operating period and played contents can be set and selected to be activated or not as required. Adjust the clock before setting the timer. Make preparations for the play (recording).
Set the ON time then the OFF time. Adjust the time. volume/ multi control The time is returned. Set it. set/demo Make the desired reservation. For timer playback or AI timer playback 1 Select the mode. volume/ multi control (1) Select “PLAY” or “AI PLAY”.
Reserve the timer operation. TIMER Put the unit in standby mode. When timer operation is not required When power is ON, press the TIMER key to turn off the timer-related indicators completely. Each press switches the timer TIMER as follows. 1 O.T.T.
Important Items Maintenance Cleaning the head section Cleaning the heads and peripheral components Cotton swab For maintaining the best condition of the Capstan deck and for longer service life, always keep the heads (recording / playback / erase), capstan and pinch roller clean. To clean them, perform the following: Head 1.Open the cassette holder.
Disc handling precautions Handling Hold the discs so that you do not touch the playing surface. Label side Playing side Sticker Do not attach paper or tape to ei- ther the playing side or the label side of the discs. Sticky paste Cleaning If fingerprints or foreign matter be-...
Safety tab (accidental erasure prevention tab) After an important recording has been finished, break the safety tab, to prevent the recorded contents from being erased or recorded on accidentally. For A side For B side To re-record Apply tape only to the position where the tab has been removed.
In case of difficulty What seems to be a malfunction is not always so. Before calling for service, check the following table according to the symptom of your trouble. Operation to reset The microcomputer may fall into malfunction (impos- sibility to operate, erroneous display, etc.) when the power cord is unplugged while unit is ON or due to an external factor.
Symptoms related to MD standard Symptom “DISC FULL” is displayed while the disc still has a remaining recordable time. The possible recording time does not increase even when a short track is erased. Tracks can not be connected. The time which has been recorded on the MD and the remaining time do not add up to the maximum recording time (60 or 74 min.).
MD recorder section (Displayed messages and actions to be taken against them) Displayed Message ÷ No disc is placed on the tray. NO DISC ÷ An attempt is made to record digital CAN'T COPY ÷ An attempt is made to record a CD ÷...
CD player section Symptom A CD is placed in the player but it cannot be played. Sound is not produced. Sound skips. Remote control unit Symptom Remote control operation is not possible. Cassette deck Symptom Sound cannot be produced by pressing the play key. No operation occurs even when an operation key is pressed.
Tweeter ... 50 mm, cone type Impedance ... 6 Maximum input level ... 30 W Dimensions Weight (net) ... 2.4 kg(1 piece) KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous ad- vancements in development. For this reason speci- Notes Notes Notes fications may be changed without notice.
In case of difficulty For your records Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below. Refer to the model and serial numbers whenever you call upon your dealer for informa- tion or service on this product.