Aiwa CT-X417 User Manual

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STEREO CAR CASSEITE RECEIVER RADIO-CASSETTEESTEREOFONICO PARA AUTOMOVIL

OWNER’S RECORD

For your convenience, record the model number and serial number (you will find them on the bottom of your set)inthespace provided below. Please refertothem when you contact your Al WA dealer in case of difficulty.

Model No. CT-X417

Serial No. ~

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................................................................................

 

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DETACHING

THE CONTROL

PANEL ...............................................................................................

4

CONTROL PANEL ..............................................................................................................................

 

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

 

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

 

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PRESETTING

STATIONS ................................................................................................................

 

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TAPE PLAYBACK .............................................................................................................................

 

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CONNECTING

A PORTABLE

CD PLAYER OR OTHER EQUIPMENT ..........................................

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

 

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NOTE

FOR USE IN THE U.S.A.

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 Iimlts 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 m 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 radioflV technician for help.

CAUTION

Modifications or adjustments to this 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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PRECAUTIONS

Ensure to remove the cassette tape from the cassette compartment of the unit when you are not using the unit.

Do not let cassette tapes come m contact with direct sunlight, diri or dust. Do not touch the tape inside a cassette as doing so may contaminate the tape surface.

Do not leave cassette tapes near electrlc motors or magnets. Store them separately to avoid

unwanted noise or loss of tone quality,

Use acleamng cassette to clean the playback head and capstans approximately once a month. If the playback head is dirty, the high tone sound may not be reproduced properly.

Keep screwdrivers etc. or other metallic or magnetic objects away from the playback head.

When your car is parked under dtrect sunlight m summer, there may be a considerable nse m temperature inside the car. Ensure to let the ambient temperature cool down before playing a cassette tape.

This unit is designed to be operated on a 12 volt DC negative ground electrical system only.

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

CAUTION

There is a transit protection pad in the cassette compartment,

Be sure to remove the pad and push the eject button before operating the umt.

Transit protection pad

SECURITY LAMP

The LED lamp on the front side of umt is vmble when the control panel E detached. This lamp continues to flash to deter theft while the car’s Ignition key IS turned off with the control panel detached. However, this unit is not equipped with the security alarm system that sounds an audible alarm, therefore there are limitations to this antltheft dewce.

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~ DETACHING THE CONTROL PANEL

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

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1 if a cassette is inserted, remove it to prevent possible damage to the unit.

2 Press PW to turn the unit off.

3 While supporting the control panel with one hand, press Q to release one side of the panel. Care must be taken not to drop the panel as it may suddenly eject at this point.

4 When the control panel is lifted from the unit, remove it by pulling away from the unit.

Do not touch the connector on the reverse side of the control panel as doing so may contaminate the connector and cause a poor connection resulting in a malfunction of the unit.

Put the control panel inside the supplied carrying case to protect it from being damaged when you carry it with you.

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Attaching the control panel

Cleaning the connector

The connector on the reverse side of the control panel needs to be cleaned every so often. Wipe the surface of the connector with a cotton swab slightly moistened with alcohol.

The AUX jack can be covered by the supphed AUX jack cover If the jack ISnot used to connect a portable CD player or other equipment (p.1 5).

To remove the AUX Jack cover, disengage the claws that hold it m place on the rear of the control panel using a pointed tool.

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CONTROL PANEL

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Display window

@+/– (audio control) buttons

@PS/A. ME (preset scan/auto memory) button

@TUNE A/V buttons

@AUX (auxiliary) jack (3.50)

@EJECT = button @Cassette compartment

@REW/FF DIRECTION (rewind/fast forward) buttons

@PW (power onloff) button

@) ~ (release) button

@ preset station buttons 1-6 @LO (local/DX) button @SELECT button

@AUX (auxiliary) button

@LOUD (loudness) button

@MUTE button

@BAND button

@ST (stereo/monaural) button

@Band indicators @ST (stereo) indicator

@MONO (monaural) indicator

@LOC (local) indicator

@LOUD (loudness) indicator

@4- (tape direction) indicators

@Audio control indicators

@Main display section

@Subdisplay section

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~SOuNDADJUsTMENTs

IPress SELECT to select the mode that you went to adjust from: VOL (volume), BASS (bass), TRE (treble), BAL (balance) and FAD (fader).

The following indications are displayed in cyclic order.

The selected mode changes to that of the volume mode when

SELECT is pressed for more than 5 seconds.

I z Pressi-l–to adjust the sound quality.

Quickly press (less than 0.5 second) either side of the button to change the level in small steps. Press and hold either side of the button to change the level rapidly.

Adjust each mode referring to the audio control indicators in the display window (see page 6).

Decreases the bass Increases the bass level level

Decreases the level Decreases the level

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speaker~s) speaker(s)

Decreases the level Decreases the level of the rear speakers of the front

soeakers

Without selecting any mode with SELECT, only the volume level can be adjusted by pressing +/-.

MUTE button

Press this button to temporarily lower the volume level. Press it again to restore the previous volume level.

LOUD (loudness) button

Press this button to boost both bass and treble while listening with low volume level.

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RADIO OPERATION

1 Press PW to turn the radio cm.

The radio frequency is displayed.

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z Press BAND to sefect

the band from

FM1, FM2, FM3

 

 

and

AM.

 

 

 

 

The

band indicators light

up cyclically in order.

 

 

(The FM1, FM2 and FM3 share the same

frequency range.)

s Press (less than 0.5 second at a time) either TUNEA or TI.INEV repeatedly to tune in the desired station.

Press A to increase and V to decrease the frequency

4 Adjust the volume with +/-.

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Seek tuning

Press and hold either TUNEA (up) or TUNE V (down) for more than 0.5 second to activate the seek function. The unit automatically tunes in the next station with good reception. Press the button again to cancel the function. Repeat the procedure until the desired station is tuned in.

To turn the radio off

Press PW. The frequency indication goes off at the same time. If you Insert a cassette, the radio mode will automatically be canceled as well.

The LO (local/DX) trtrtton

You can use the local mode when you want to tune m only the strong signal stations during seek tuning. lntheradio mode, press LOtoselect the local mode. The’’LOC indicator llghts up.

When you are not seek tumng, leave the unit in the DX (distance) mode. To cancel the local mode and enter the DX mode, press LO again.

The “ST”(stereo) indicator hghts up when the tuned station ISbroadcasting m stereo and the reception condlt!on is good.

The ST (stereo/monaural) button

You can switch between the stereo and monaural modes by using this button. When the radio reception ISnot good, that maybe improved by switching to the monaural mode. The mode ISalternately changed each time you pressthls button. When in the monaural mode, the “MONO (monaural) indlcatorappears.

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~ PRESETTING STATIONS

To preset stations automatically (auto memory)

1 Press BAND to select the band from FMI, FM2, FM3 and AM.

z Press and hold PSIA.ME for more than 1.5 seconds to activate the automatic preset function.

The six strongest available stations will be stored in memory on the preset station buttons 1 to 6 in order of their signal strength.

Use this function to automatically preset up to 6 stations each for FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM (Up to a total of 24 stations.)

To stop automatic presetting, press PS/A. ME again or press any of the preset station buttons 1 to 6.

To check the preset stations (Preset Scan)

If you want to check the preset stations, press PSi’A. ME for less than 1.5 seconds. The preset stations stored in memory will be tuned in for 5 seconds each in order.

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