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DIGITAL AUDIO

CDC-XI45Yu

STEREO CAR CD RECEIVER RADIO-TOCADISCOSDECD ESTEREOFONICOPARA AUTOMOWL

OWNER’S RECORD

For your convenience, record the model number and serial number (you will find them on the right side of yourset) inthespace provided below. Please referto them when you contact your AIWA dealer in case of difficulty.

Model No. [CDC-X145

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Welcome

Thank you for your purchasing thisAIWA product. To optimize the performance of this unit, please read through this manual carefully.

In addition to this operating instructions manual, be sure to refer to the separate installation and connections manuals as well.

PRECAUTIONS

This unit is designed to be operated on a 12-voltDCnegative-groundelectrical system only.

To prevent short-circuiting,disconnect the negative car battery terminal until the unit has been mounted and connected completely.

When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one whose amperage rating is identical. Use of a fuse of higher amperage may cause serious damage to the unit.

Do NOT attempt to disassemble this unit. Laser rays from the optical pickup are dangerous to the eyes.

Make sure that pins or other foreign objects do not get inside the unit; they may cause malfunctioning, or a safety hazard such as electrical shock or exposure of laser rays.

When your car was parked in direct suntight resulting in a considerable rise in temperature inside the car, allow the unit to cool off before operating it.

Keep the volume at such a level that you can hear outside warning sounds (horns, sirens, etc.).

NOTE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications, However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.

CAUTION

Modificafionsoradjustmentstothis product, which are not expressly approved by the manufacturer, may void the user’s right or authority to operate this product.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

FRONT PANEL ...................................................................................................................................

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DETACHING AND ATTACHING THE FRONT PANEL ......................................................................

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SE17NG THE CLOCK .......................................................................................................................

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RADIO OPERATION ..........................................................................................................................

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PRESETTING STATIONS ..................................................................................................................

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CD PLAY .............................................................................................................................................

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SOUND ADJUSTMENTS ...................................................................................................................

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CONNECTING A PORTABLE CASSETTE PLAYER OR OTHER EQUIPMENT .............................

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TROUBLE SHOOTING .....................................................................................................................

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MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................

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SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................

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Notes on CDs

A defective or soiled disc inserted into the unit can cause sound to drop out during playback.

Handle the disc by holding its inner and outer edges.

Clean the disc before playback. Wipe the disc from the center outward with a cleaning cloth.

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Do NOT touch the surface of the unlabeled side of the disc.

Do NOTstick paper or tape etc. on the surface.

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DO NOT expose the disc to direct sunlight or excessive heat.

cNEVER use solvents such as benzine or alcohol to clean the disc.

Smaller 3-inch(8cm) CDS can not be played on this unit. And do not use adaptor as it may cause malfunctioning.

Do not use irregular shape CDs (example heartshaped, octagonal ones). It may result in malfunction.

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FRONT PANEL

Display whtdow

@)PWR (power otioff) button

@ SEL (select) button

@VOL (voIume/eudio) control @Diet compartment

@TAPE button

@ DISP (display) button @)= (eject) button @MUTE button

@) W (forward skip)/TUNEA/

W (back akip)fiUNEV buttons @LOUD button

@TApE IN jack (3.5-mmdia.) @ REPEAT button

@Preset station buttons 1-6@CD (CD play/pause) button @BAND button

@A.ME (auto memorylpreset scan) bunon

@I?I(release) button

@CD indicator

@Band indicator

@ REPEAT indicator @TRE (treble) indicator

@Audio control indications

@BAL (balance) indicator

@FAD (fader) indicator

@ITAPE indicator

@Track/Preset number indication

@VOL (volume) indicator @AM/PM indicator

@BAS (bass) indicator

@Main display section @LOCAL indicator @STEREO indicator

@LOUD (Ioudnesa) indicator @MUTE indicator

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DETACHING AND

ATTACHING THE FRONT

PANEL

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You can detach the front panel from the unit and carry it with you when you leave your car unattended.

When you carry the front panel out of your car, use the supplied earring case.

Before detaching the front panel, remove the CD to prevent possible damage to the unit.

1Prees PWR to turn the unit off.

2While supporting the front psnel with one hand, prese * to release one side of the penel. Csre must be taken not to drop the panel. [t msysuddenlyeject at this point.

3When the front panel ie lifted from the unit, remove it by pulling swsyfrom the unit.

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Do NOT touch the connector on the reverse

 

side of the front panel, as doing so may

 

contaminate the connector and cause a poor

 

connection resulting in a malfunction.

Attachingthe front panei

SecurityLamp

When the front panel is detached, you can find an LED lamp on the front side of the unit. This lamp is designed to deter theft, and continues to flash when the car’s ignition is turned off with the front panel detached, This unit is not equipped with any other security systems such as a security alarm, so there are limitations to its effectiveness.

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SETTING THE CLOCK

1 Press PWR to turn the unit on.

2Press snd hold DISP for more than 2 seconds.

3Press A to set the hour. Press ~ to set the minutss.

4Press DISP.

The clock starts working from Osecond.

Havingthe clock dispiayedwhiie the unit is

turned on

Press DISP. The clock display appears for a few minutes, then the unit returns to its former diapiay.

RADIO OPERATION

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1 Press PWR to turn the unit on.

2Press BAND to seiect the band from among FM1, FM2, FM3, AMI, and AM2.

The band indication appears cyclically in order.

FM1, FM2and FM3sharethesamefrequency range.

AMI and AM2 share the same frequency range.

Bsnd indication Frequsncyindiceiion

3Press (more than 0.5 second) either TUNE A or TUNE V to tune in the desired station.

Press A to increase and V to decrease the frequency.

The unit startescanning and tunes in a station automatically (Seek tuning).

Press the button again to deactivate the function. Repeat the procedure until the desired station is tuned in.

Note

If you press (less than 0.5 second at a time) eitherTUNE A orTUNE V, the frequency decreases or increases step by step.

4Press VOL to project out the control and turn it to i- or - to atijust the volume.

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To turn the unit off

Press PWR.

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PRESETTING STATIONS

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Press PWR to turn the unit on.

Press BAND to select a desired bend from among FMI, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2.

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3Preaa and hold A.ME for more than 2 seconds to activate the automatic presetting function.

This unit can store up to 6 stations in memory for preset station button 1 to 6 with LOCAL indicator lights up.

If the unit could not search for all of 6 stations, LOCAL indicator goes off andstartssearching for weaker stations again.

Use this function to automatically preset up to 6 stations each for FMI, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2 (up to a total of 30 stations).

When auto memory is completed, the preset stetions are automatically scanned in order.

To stop auto memory, press A.ME again.

TrJcheck the preset stations (preset scan)

If you wish to check the preset stations, press A.ME forlessthan2seconds. Thepresetstations stored in memory will be tuned in for 5 seconds each in order.

To stop this function, press A.ME again or press any of the preset station buttons 1 to 6.

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1Prees PWR to turn the unit on.

2Press BAND to select the bend from among FMI, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2.

3Tune in the station that you wish to preset with TUNE A or TUNE V.

4Press one of the preset station buttons 1 to6 for approximately 2 seconds.

While the station you are presetting is bsing registered in memory, the sound is momentarily muted.

The number of the pressed preset station button appears next to the frequency indication.

Presetnumber

Repeat these procedures to preset up to 6 stations each for FMI, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2.

You can manually preset stations that have not been selected by auto msmory.

If you try to preset a station on a preset station button on which another station of the same band has already been preset, ths previously preset station will be erased.

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1 Press PWR to turn the unit on.

2Press BAND to select a desired band from among FMI, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2.

3Prese the desired preset station button.

The number of the pressed preset station button appears next to the frequency indication.

Active tuning reception control (ATRC)

This unit automatically suppresses FM noise caused by varying signal strength resulting from movement of the car.

The built-inautomatic blendhg circuit mixes the Isft and right channel signals according to the strength of the reception. At the same time, thehigh-cutcircuit activates to maintain the sound quality.

If the recaption becomes even weaker, the unit automatically switches to Monaural mode to reduce noise.

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CD PLAY

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1Insert a disc with the labeled side upwsrd to start CD play.

If a disc is already inserted, press PWR to start CD play.

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The track number and elapsed playing time appear.

CD indicator

Trackriumber Elapeedplayingtime

ZPress VOL to project out the control snd turn it to + or - to adjust the volume.

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Press these buttons to operate CD play.

Prese

 

 

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Eject a disc.

 

CD

Pause play.

 

The track number and elapsed playing

 

time flaeh.

 

To resume play, press CD again.

FM

Skip to the next track with a shori press

 

(for less than 0.5 seconds).

 

Each extra press skips forward one

 

extra track.

 

To eearch forvvardrapidly, prees and

 

hold W

down until the desired parl is

 

played, then release it.

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Restart the track currently in play with a

 

short preae (for Ieaethan 0.5 seconds).

 

Each extra press skips backward one

 

extra track.

 

To search backward rapidly, press and

 

hold W

down until tha desired part is

olaved. then release it.

Note

The & button is active only in CD mode.

Smaller 3-inch(8 cm) CDs cannot be played on this unit. And do not use an adaptor as it may cause malfunctioning.

The CD play atarfs from the first track on the disc.

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CD PLAY

Press REPEAT during CD play. The’’REPEAT” indicator lights upandthecurrently selected track is played repeatedly.

Press REPEAT again to deactivate Repeat play.

Note

If Repeat play is not activated, all the tracks on the disc are played repeatedly.

SOUNDADJUSTMENTS

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MUTE

LOUD

1Press PWR to turn the unit on.

2Press SEL to select the mode that you wish to adjuat from: VOL (volume), BAS (bass), TRE(treble), BAL(balance), FAD (fader).

The following indications appear in cyclic order.

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The selected mode switches to Volume mode if you do not proceed with step 2 within 9 seconds.

3 Press VOL to oroiect out the control

and turn it to i--or:

to adjust the level.

Turn and hold the control to change the level rapidly.

Adjust each mode referring to the audio control indications in the display window.

l-l+

 

Decreases the

Increases the

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volume level

volume level

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Decreases the

Increases the

bass level

bass level

 

Decreases the

Increases the

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treble level

treble level

 

Decreases the

Decreases the

Without selecting any mode with SEL, only the volume level can be adjusted by turning VOL.

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