Aiwa AZ-RS1 User Manual
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Using the stopwatch

You can use the player as a stopwatch. The stopwatch has a lap time feature enabling you to calculate a gap from a previous stored time.

You can use the stopwatch both while playing music data and listening to the radio.

1 During music data playback or radio reception, press MENU.

2 Press . or > repeatedly to select “STOPWATCH,” and then press MENU.

3 Press MENU.

Time count starts.

To stop the stopwatch

Press MENU.

To resume the time count, press MENU again.

To reset the stopwatch

After stopping the stopwatch by pressing MENU, press PRESET.

To display the lap time

Press PRESET at the point you need to check the lap time.

The current time is stored in the memory and the lap time (the time length from the previous stored time) is displayed.

The time count continues while the lap time is displayed.

To update the lap time, press PRESET again.

To exit the stopwatch mode

Press and hold MENU for more than 2 seconds.

The icon for stopwatch “” changes to that for music data playback or radio.

Tip

The stopwatch can count up to 99 minutes 59 seconds 99 centiseconds. To continue the time count from then on, you need to reset the stopwatch.

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Using the countdown timer

The alarm can be set to go off after the specified time period has passed. You can specify the time by the minute, from 1 to 99 minutes.

1 During music data playback or radio reception, press MENU.

2 Press . or > repeatedly to select “COUNTDOWN,” and then press MENU.

3 Press . or > repeatedly to specify the time length (1 to 99 minutes) until the alarm goes off, and then press MENU.

Countdown starts and the display changes to that for music data playback or radio.

” is displayed during countdown. When the time reaches zero, music data playback or radio reception is interrupted and the alarm sounds for one minute in the headphones.

Then, after the alarm stops, “” disappears and music data playback or radio reception continues.

To turn off the alarm

Press any button on the player.

To cancel the countdown timer

Press and hold MENU for more than 2 seconds.

” disappears.

Tip

If you press MENU to select countdown during countdown, the remaining time will be approximately displayed in minutes.

To exit, press MENU again.

The display changes to that for music data playback or radio.

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Locking the controls

(HOLD)

When carrying the player in a bag, the HOLD function can be used to prevent accidental pressing of the buttons.

Slide the HOLD/BEEP switch in the direction of the arrow.

” flashes for a while, and all operation

buttons except for the switches on the rear side are disabled.

To release the HOLD function

Slide the HOLD/BEEP switch in the direction opposite to the arrow.

Turning off the beep sounds (BEEP)

Set the HOLD/BEEP switch to OFF.

To turn on the beep sounds

Set the HOLD/BEEP switch to ON.

It is recommended you set the HOLD/BEEP switch to ON, as many operations can be confirmed by beep sounds.

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