Radio Shack SEMI-PRO 3 CDG 32-3043 User Manual

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32-3043

semi-pro3 CD/CDG carousel karaoke system with dual cassette

Thank you for purchasing your Semi-Pro3 CDG Carousel Karaoke System with Dual Cassette from RadioShack.

microphone

remote control

 

user’s guide

Please read this user’s guide before installing, setting up and using your new product

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The Basics

contents

a look at your karaoke system

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The Basics

connecting your karaoke system

4

connecting your microphone

4

connecting to a TV

4

connecting an external audio

 

component

4

operating your karaoke system

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operating your CD/CD+G carousel

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operating your cassette deck

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recording from a cassette to a cassette

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recording from a CD/CDG to a cassette

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operating your karaoke machine

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Beyond the Basics

using advanced features

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skipping tracks on CDs/CDGs

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search play (for CDs only)

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repeat play

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random play

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time display selection

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program play

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important information

9-10

care and maintenance

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warnings and cautions

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the FCC wants you to know

10

Troubleshooting

11

Warranty

12

Accessories

12

The Basics

a look at your karaoke system

 

Balance Control - Lets

 

you balance between

 

your voice and the

Power On

original singer’s voice.

 

3 CD/CDG

Changer

Guitar jack

Keyboard jack

Microphone Volume Control - Adjust your voice for perfect balance.

Mic jacks 1 and 2 - Plug into both for duets.

Mic holder

Tone - Lets you define

Treble, Medium and

Bass settings. Reverb Control - Lets you enrich your voice

for a concert effect.

Mic and holder

Dual cassette deck

Auto Voice Control

- Lets you replace your voice with the singer’s voice while CD plays.

AUX OUT

L/R - Plug your external audio componeent’s

AUDIO INPUT jacks here.

Rear of Karaoke System

Video Out - Plug supplied cable for connection to a TV or monitor.

Ext. Speaker - lets you connect an extra speaker.

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The Basics

connecting your karaoke system

connecting your microphone

The system has two microphone jacks. You can use the supplied microphone to sing along to your favorite songs, and connect an additional microphone (not supplied) for duets, or lead and background vocals.

connecting to a tv

VIDEO OUT

You can connect your karaoke system to a TV or monitor and see the words and/or images produced by the CDG. Plug one end of the supplied cable into the VIDEO OUT jack and other end into your TV’s

VIDEO IN jack.

connecting an external audio component

You can connect your

 

karaoke system to an

 

external source, such as

 

an equalizer/booster or PA

 

system. Connect the

 

external audio component’s

 

AUDIO INPUT jacks to the

 

karaoke system’s AUX OUT

 

R andL jacks.

AUX OUT L/R jacks

The Basics

operating your karaoke system

operating your CD/CD+G carousel

Plug in your karaoke system’s power cord into a standard AC outlet.

Turn on your karaoke system and press FUNCTION

SELECT to select the CD function.

PLAY/PAUSE

OPEN/

CLOSE

FUNCTION SELECT

Press OPEN/CLOSE and insert one disc into the tray, with the label facing up. If desired, insert two additional discs in the other two trays, by pressing DISC SKIP.

Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray and pressPLAY/PAUSE on your karaoke system or press the number matching the desired track on your remote control.

operating your cassette deck

Press STOP/EJECT to open the cassette door.

Insert a cassette, with the exposed tape down and close the door.

STOP/

EJECT

Press FUNCTION SELECT to select the tape function and pressPLAY.

For consecutive play, press PLAY on the TAPE 2 cassette deck you want to begin with. Then, pressPAUSE andPLAY on the TAPE 1 next cassette deck. when the first deck stops, the second deck will begin.

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The Basics

recording from a cassette to a cassette

Insert a blank cassette in Tape 1.

 

 

Insert a cassette in Tape 2 and press PLAY.

 

Press RECORD andPLAY at the same time on

 

Tape 1.

PLAY

 

 

MIC

VOLUME

MIC

Jack

MASTER

VOLUME

RECORD/PLAY PLAY

recording from a CD/CDG to a cassette

Insert a blank cassette in Tape 1.

Open the CD changer and insert a CD/CD+G in the CD compartment and press FUNCTION SELECT to select CD

function.

Press PLAY to start the CD. Then, pressRECORD andPLAY at the same time on Tape 1.

operating your karaoke machine

Connect the supplied microphone to one of the MIC jacks and turn on your microphone.

Insert a CD/CD+G.

Rotate the MIC VOLUMEor MASTER VOLUMEto the desired level.

Sing along with your CD.

Beyond the Basics

using advanced features

skipping tracks on CDs and CDGs

You can skip backward or forward to the desired track by repeatedly pressing SKIP/SEARCH BACKWARD orFORWARD.

search play (For CDs only)

When playing any audio CD, press and hold down SKIP or . The system will search at high speed in the forward or backward direction. The CD plays rapidly and you can hear the sound at a high speed. To return to normal play, releaseSKIP.

SKIP

/

repeat play

You can set the CD player to continuously play a single track, all tracks, or all of the programmed tracks on a loaded CD. Repeatedly press REPEAT on the remote control to select the one of the three repeat play modes.

REPEAT 1 – to repeat the current track RANDOM

REPEAT 1 DISC – to repeat all tracks on one CD

REPEAT DISC - to repeat all tracks for all loaded CDs

PLAY/PAUSE

random play

REPEAT

 

Press RANDOM on the remote control.

Press PLAY/PAUSE to start random play.

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Beyond the Basics

time display selection

Repeatedly press DISPLAY on your remote during normal play. You will see REMAIN, TOTAL, REMAIN TOTAL on the top left side of the display.

REMAIN - Remaining playing time for the current track TOTAL - Elapsed playing time for the disc

REMAIN TOTAL - Total remaining playing time for the disc

The displayed playing times may differ slightly Note from the times listed on the notes accompanying

the disc.

program play

You can program up to 32 selections on up to three discs for play in any order.

 

The same disc or track can be programmed more

Notes

than once.

Load the disc that you want to program before starting programmed play.

To begin the programming procedure, select the “CD” mode.

Press PROGRAMand select DISC SELECTor DISC SKIPto select the desired disc, in CD player stop mode.

Press SKIP or the number button on the remote control to select the desired track.P-01will appear.

Press PROGRAM to store the selected track.Repeat steps2-4to program up to 32 tracks.

Press PLAY/PAUSE to play the programmed tracks.

To review the programmed tracks, press PROGRAM repeatedly, in CD player stop mode.

To replace the number of the tracks you want, press PROGRAM repeatedly until the desired track appears, and repeat steps3-4to select and store the new track.

To erase a programmed sequence at any time, press

OPEN/CLOSE, or press STOP after you stop the playing.

Beyond the Basics

important information

care and maintenance

To clean the surface of the unit, simply wipe with a soft, clean cloth moistened with plain lukewarm water.

To clean the tape heads, pinch the rollers and capstans, and wipe using a cotton swab moistened with alcohol or head-cleaningfluid.

To clean the cassette deck, use a soft, clean moistened cloth. Never use chemical cleaners or let liquid inside the unit.

Handle your CD/CDGs with care.

If fingerprints, dust or dirt appear on your CD/CDGs, wipe with a damp cloth in straight lines from the center to the edge. Do not use detergents or abrasive cleaning agents.

warnings and cautions

The normal ventilation of this product shall not be impeded for intended use.

This CD player is made and tested to meet exact safety standards. It meets FCC requirements and complies with the safety performance standards of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

This CD player uses a laser light beam. Only qualified service personnel should remove the cover or attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury.

The use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified herein might result in hazardous radiation exposure.

The CD player is classified as a Class 1 Laser product. The label is located on the rear panel.

Invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid exposure to beam.

The CD player shall be used only in an open area.

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Beyond the Basics

the FCC wants you to know

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 a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult your local RadioShack store or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

If you cannot eliminate the interference, the FCC requires that you stop using your phone.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by RadioShack may cause interference and void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.

DO NOT OPEN.

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK. NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

This symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that might be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. Do not open the product’s case.

This symbol is intended to inform you that important operating and maintenance instructions are included in the literature accompanying this product.

Beyond the Basics

troubleshooting

troubleshooting your CD carousel

No power when the unit is on - Insert the power plug into the AC outlet.

No power when plugged into the AC outlet - Check the outlet with a working lamp or appliance.

No sound

Turn up the volume; turn up the volume on the TV or PA system; or, turn on the TV or PA system.

Follow the directions for “Connecting your Karaoke system.”

Select the correct function.

CD player not working properly

Insert the disc properly; wipe the CD clean; use a new disc.

Let moisture on disc dry.

Disconnect the karaoke machine from the power source for 30 seconds.

No sound if using home stereo - Select AUX INas the source for your home stereo; or, follow the directions for “Connecting your Karaoke system.”

No sound if using a TV or VCR - Follow directions for “Connecting your Karaoke system.”

Song lyrics leave double image during play - Restart the song selection to reset or clear the video screen.

No song lyrics appear on the screen -

Connect the karaoke machine’s video cable from the VIDEO OUT to your TV’sVIDEO IN. Using your TV remote, select the VIDEO input.

Check your connections. Refer to “Connecting your Karaoke system.”

Check the disc to make sure it is a CD+G.

If it is a CD+G, make sure it is clean.

troubleshooting your tape deck

Cannot copy from Deck 2 to Deck 1 - Check for correct tape in Deck 2.

Distorted sound - Clean the capstan or replace the tape.

Cannot record - Replace the tape or cover tab openings with adhesive tape; or, make sure theRecord andPlay buttons are pressed down at the same time.

Cannot copy from Deck 2 to Deck 1 - Set the FUNCTIONbutton to TAPEmode.

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accessories

Stop by your local RadioShack store to pick up additional accessories for your karaoke system.

Full-Sized

Dynamic

Omnidirectional

Headphones

Microphone

 

3-WayBookshelf

Speaker

This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for one (1) year from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-ownedstores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. For complete warranty details and exclusions, check with your local RadioShack store.

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