Aiwa AZ-RS1 User Manual
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Getting started

Step 1: Check the package contents.

Check the accessories enclosed in the package.

• Portable USB memory player with FM • USB storage media “pavit”* (1) radio (1)

• Stereo headphones (1)

CD-ROM(Music Transfer pavit Edition)

 

(1)

• Headphone extension cord (1)

• Arm band (1)

Operating instructions for the Portable USB Memory Player with FM Radio (this manual)

Operating instructions for the application software Music Transfer pavit Edition (1)

Quick start guide (1)

* Supplied with AZ-RS128andAZ-RS256only. ForAZ-RS1,see “Optional accessories” on page 27.

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Step 2: Insert a battery.

Insert one LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery into the battery compartment as illustrated below.

Insert with the e side upward.

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Battery duration

Approximately 10 hours (continuous music data playback, with Sony LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery)

When the battery is drained, playback stops and the power is turned off automatically. Operations of the buttons and switches may also become disabled. Even if you try to turn on the power in this state, nothing will be displayed and you cannot start playback. Replace the battery with a new one.

When you turn on the power after replacing the battery, playback starts from the track whose playback was interrupted by battery drain.

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When to change the battery

The battery level indication in the display changes as follows:

Change the battery when the battery level indication becomes “.”

Notes

The indicator sections of “” roughly show the remaining battery power. One section does not always indicateone-thirdof the battery power.

Depending on the operating condition, the indicator sections of “” may increase or decrease.

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To remove the battery

Turn the player upside down to draw out the battery.

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The cover of the battery compartment is designed to prevent the battery from dropping.

Notes on dry batteries

Do not throw batteries into fire.

Do not carry batteries with coins or other metallic objects. It can generate heat if the positive and negative terminals of the battery are accidentally contacted by a metallic object.

When the player is not to be used for a long time, remove the battery.

If battery leakage occurs, wipe off any deposit in the battery compartment, and insert a new battery. In case the deposit adheres to you, wash it off thoroughly.

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Locating controls

Player (front/side)

Player (rear)

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0HOLD/BEEP switch

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“pavit” slot

 

 

qaREP1 (repeat 1)/SHUF (shuffle) switch

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./> (SKIP/DOWN/UP) buttons

qsM.D.S.E (MP3 Digital Sound Enhancer)

4Nx* (PLAY/STOP)/POWER button

switch

 

 

5VOL (volume)–/+*buttons

qdClip

 

 

6PRESET button

* The button has a tactile dot.

7MENU button

8i (headphones) jack

9TUNER* button

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Display

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1“pavit” insertion indicator

: The “pavit” is inserted in the player correctly.

: The “pavit” is not inserted in the player.

2Operation status indication Displays the icon for music data

playback, radio, stopwatch or countdown timer.

3Play mode indication

: Playing all tracks in random order

: Playing a track repeatedly

” is displayed in the radio preset mode.

4M.D.S.E indication

Displayed only during music data playback.

” is displayed in the radio preset

mode.

 

5Volume indication

Roughly shows the current volume level.

6Battery level indication

Roughly shows the remaining power of the battery. If “” flashes, the battery is

depleted.

7Character information display Displays the title, file name of music data, etc.

During radio reception, displays the band

and frequency.

8Track number/elapsed playing time indication

Displays the preset numbers in the radio preset mode.

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