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Sanyo FXD-RR1 Operating Instructions Manual

Full panel detachable high power fm/am stereo receiver compact disc player iso mounting with removable trim ring
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FXD-RR1
Full Panel Detachable
High Power FM/AM Stereo Receiver
Compact Disc Player
ISO Mounting with Removable Trim Ring
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ......... GB1 ~ GB25

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  • Page 1 FXD-RR1 Full Panel Detachable High Power FM/AM Stereo Receiver Compact Disc Player ISO Mounting with Removable Trim Ring OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..GB1 ~ GB25...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    • Use the Controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. • Changes or modifications not expressly approved by SANYO may void the uses’s authority to operate this equipment. GB–1...
  • Page 3: Compact Disc Care

    COMPACT DISC CARE Dirt, dust, scratches and warpage can cause a deterioration in the sound or intermittent skipping some tracks during play. • This unit has been designed to play compact discs bearing the identification logo shown on the left. No other discs can be played. •...
  • Page 4: Digital Display

    DIGITAL DISPLAY SUB DISPLAY MAIN DISPLAY Mode/Clock Radio Frequency, Clock, Elapsed time, CD Track Number, Audio Control Selected Mode CD running/Signal strength indicator Loudness Scan/Shuffle /Repeat Play FM Stereo Disc IN CD-Text indicator Equalizer BAS-X Local/DX GB–3...
  • Page 5: Detachable Front Panel

    DETACHABLE FRONT PANEL The front panel is designed to be removable for antitheft purposes. It is recommended that you remove and carry the front panel with you when you leave your car. HOW TO ATTACH THE FRONT PANEL Place hole A of the front panel onto the spindle B on the unit, then lightly push the right side in. HOW TO DETACH THE FRONT PANEL Remove the CD from the unit, if any, and turn off the power of the unit.
  • Page 6: General Operation

    GENERAL OPERATION TURNING THE POWER ON ........1 Install the front panel and press the PWR MUTE button 1 when ACC is on. TURNING THE POWER OFF ............. 1 Press the PWR MUTE button for more than 2 seconds. Display will revert to clock indication. When you turn on the unit, “...
  • Page 7: Adjusting Sound And Display

    ADJUSTING SOUND AND DISPLAY ADJUSTING THE SOUND CHARACTERISTICS ..........1,2 Each time you press the AUDIO button 1 to select the desired adjustment mode as table below. Rotate the VOLUME dial 2 to adjust the selected item. Use the following tables as a guide for adjusting the settings in each mode.
  • Page 8 ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY ITEMS .......3,2 Press the MENU button 3 to indicates the Clock temporaliry. Repeatedly press the MENU button 3 to select the desired adjustment mode as table below. Rotate the VOLUME dial 2 to adjust the selected item. Use the following tables as a guide for adjusting the settings in each mode.
  • Page 9 • Sub disp You can adjust with which priority items are to be displayed in the Sub display. Display priority can be set for the following 2 items ; Mode : Mode indication (FM/AM/CD etc,.). Clock : Clock indication. •Disp speed (Display speed) The scroll speed of the display indication can be switched.
  • Page 10 LOCAL/DISTANT (LO/DX) SELECTION ........... 4 This feature is used to select the strength of the signals at which the radio will stop during Automatic Tuning. Press the BAS-X LO/DX button 4 for more than 2 seconds to select the Local (LO) setting and only the strongest (local) stations will be received.
  • Page 11: Adjusting Equalizer And Sound Stage

    ADJUSTING EQUALIZER AND SOUND STAGE SETTING THE EQUALIZER ........1,2 You can select an equalizer curve for 4 music types (Rock, Pop, Classic, Jazz). SELECTING THE EQUALIZER CURVE ......... 1,2 Press the AUDIO button 1 to select the BAS, TRE, Loud or BAS-X adjustment mode. Press the appropriate Preset buttons 2 to select the desired equalizer curve.
  • Page 12 SETTING THE SOUND STAGE ........1,2 You can select/adjust the position of sound stage to best serve a particular seat. TO MEMORY THE SOUND STAGE ..........1,2 Press the AUDIO button 1 to select the BAL or FAD adjustment mode. Adjust the desired sound stage. Press the desired Preset buttons 2 for more than 2 seconds to store the desired sound stage.
  • Page 13: Turn On/Off Message Edit

    TURN ON/OFF MESSAGE EDIT EDIT THE TURN ON/OFF MESSAGE ......1,2,3,4 You can edit the turn on/off message and store it in memory. Following four messages can be edit with 11 characters each. TURN-ON MESSAGE • Hello (Message 1) / Welcome (Message 2) TURN-OFF MESSAGE •...
  • Page 14 ERASING THE TURN ON/OFF MESSAGE ....1,2,3 You can erase the turn on/off message if so desired. Repeatedly press the MENU button 1 to display the “ Message ” on the display window. Press the PWR MUTE button 2, then rotate the VOLUME dial 3 to select the desired message you want to erase.
  • Page 15: Radio Operation

    RADIO OPERATION SELECTING RADIO MODE ........1 Press the BAND ATP button 1 to switch from CD mode to the radio mode. Each time the BAND ATP button is pressed, the selected band changes as shown below. FM 1 FM 2 FM T AM T RADIO TUNING ..................
  • Page 16: Scan Operation

    ATP (AUTO TRAVEL PRESET) OPERATION ........1 The Auto Travel Preset function searches for and memorizes the 6 strong stations in one of the two bands (FM T, AM T) in order of signal strength. This feature is useful when you are driving in an unfamiliar location and want to memorize local stations without changing the standard preset stations.
  • Page 17: Storing The Station Names/Aux Title

    STORING THE STATION NAMES/AUX TITLE You can assign a name to each radio station and store it in memory. As much as 30 station names can be stored composed with 11 characters each. STORING THE STATION NAMES ..........1,3,4,5 Tune in a station whose name you want to store. Press the MENU button 1 for more than 2 seconds.
  • Page 18 DIRECT ACCESS TO MEMORIZED STATIONS VIA St. Call ..1,3,5 You can search for the memorized AM & FM station names in the memory. Press the MENU button 1 to display the “ St. Call ” on the display window. Rotate the VOLUME dial 3 to select the desired station name.
  • Page 19: Cd Operation

    CD OPERATION The compact disc player will accept 5” CD only. CD SLOT LOADING AND EJECTING THE CD ......1 Press the OPEN button 1 and insert the disc into the CD slot with the labeled side facing up. Close the front panel. Playback begins automatically. The system remains in CD mode and Disc IN indicator “...
  • Page 20: Repeat Mode

    PLACING THE CD IN PAUSE MODE ..........5 While playing a CD, press the Preset 6 button 5. To resume playing, press the Preset 6 button again. REPEAT MODE .................. 6 Press the Preset 5 (RPT) button 6 to play the current track repeatedly. The “...
  • Page 21: Error Signs

    10 seconds, the player will reload the disc to prevent damage. • Servicing Should a problem develop, do not open the unit or try to repair it yourself. If servicing is required, bring the unit to a Sanyo Authorized Service Center. GB–20...
  • Page 22: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Sometimes a simple operational error or a mistake in the wiring can appear to be a problem with the unit. Before having the unit serviced, refer to the troubleshooting chart below. Symptom Cause Solution The compact disc does not The volume control is turned Turn up the volume control.
  • Page 23: Accessories And Hardware

    ACCESSORIES AND HARDWARE INSTALLATION Not used Mounting Bracket Mounting Strap Wire harness (Half Sleeve) × 1 × 1 × 1 and Screws Removable Trim Ring Unlock Levers Carrying case × 1 × 2 × 1 GB–22...
  • Page 24: Installation

    INSTALLATION 1. BEFORE INSTALLATION When mounting the unit in a car, keep the unit as level as possible. If the unit must be mounted at an angle, due to the design of the vehicle, make sure the unit does not tilt by more than 30°.
  • Page 25: Electrical Connections

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS WIRING CAUTION • DO NOT connect any speaker wires to the metal body or chassis of the vehicle. • DO NOT connect the speaker common (–) wires to each other. • Connect each speaker wire directly to each speaker terminal. •...
  • Page 26: Replacing The Fuse

    REPLACING THE FUSE When fuse replacement is necessary remove the blown fuse by using pliers. Then install the new 10 amp. fuse. LINE OUT CONNECTIONS RCA Line- out Jacks (For Rear Speakers) • The unit has a line out terminals. You can use a separate rear channel amplifier to upgrade your system. •...
  • Page 27 SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Printed in Singapore Issue date 03-03 288F0760...