pg. 182 Cassette deck


A - Cassette slot


Insert the cassette with the open side to the right (side 1 or A upwards). When the cassette is inserted, the radio is automatically switched off and the cassette will start to play. 'Tape side A' or 'Tape side B' will appear in the display to indicate which side of the tape is being played. When one side of the tape has been played the unit will automatically play the other side (auto-reverse). The cassette can be ejected up to five minutes after the key has been taken out of the ignition.


B - Reversing the tape (PROG)


Press the button if you want to play the other side of the tape. The side of the tape being played will be displayed.


C - Fast winding


The tape is advanced with 'FF' and rewound with 'REW'. 'FF' (fast forward) or 'REW' (rewind) appear in the display when fast winding. Fast winding can be stopped by pressing button again.


D - Next track


If you press the 'NXT' button, the tape will automatically advance to next track. There must be a gap (no audio sound) of approx. 5 seconds between songs for this function to operate.


E - Previous track


If your press the 'RPT' button, the tape will automatically rewind to the previous track. There must be a gap (no audio sound) of approx. 5 seconds between songs for this function to operate.
'NXT' and 'RPT' flash when the tape is either fast forwarding or rewinding.


NOTE: This radio is equipped with background FF/REW and NXT/RPT functions. This means that you can listen to the radio or a CD by selecting either of these modes while a tape is being wound.

pg. 183 Cassette deck (cont.)


A - Pause


If your press the ' TAPE ' button, the tape will stop, the sound will cut off and 'PAUSE' will appear in the display. Press the ' TAPE ' button to restart the tape.


B - Dolby B noise reduction


Press this button if you are playing a tape which has been recorded with the Dolby B noise reduction system. The Dolby symbol appears in the display.


C - Metal tapes


If you are playing a metal tape (CrO 2 ) 'MTL' appears in the display.

pg. 184 Cassette deck (cont.)


A - Cassette eject


If you press this button, the tape will stop and the cassette will be ejected. The radio, CD 3 player or CD 6 changer will be automatically switched on depending on which mode was used before the tape was played.


B - To return to the radio mode


Press the FM, AM, auto AUTO button to return to the radio mode. The radio will then be switched on without the cassette being ejected.


C - To return to the tape mode


If the cassette deck has been switched off, but the cassette has not been ejected, you can return to tape mode by pressing the ' TAPE ' button.


D - To return to the CD 3 mode


If the CD player has been switched off, but the cartridge has not been ejected, you can return to the CD 3 mode by pressing the CD 3 button


E - To return to the CD 6 changer mode


If the CD 6 changer has been switched off, you can return to the CD 6 changer mode by pressing the CD 6 button.

pg. 185 CD 3 player


A - CD 3-slot


When you insert a cartridge, the unit will automatically switch modes and the CD 3 will start playing. A cartridge can be inserted even if the unit is switched off. To operate:

  • Insert the discs into the cartridge, label side up.
  • Insert the cartridge in the CD 3 slot, in the direction indicated by the arrow on the top side of the cartridge.
  • Eject the cartridge by pressing button C.
  • Remove the discs from the cartridge by pulling the lock tab for the disc you wish to remove (1). Carefully pull the disc out of the cartridge (2).


    B - CD 3 player mode - on


    Press the CD 3 button to activate the CD player. The last track to be played will start playing. If there is no disc in the cartridge, the cartridge will automatically be ejected. Choose disc 1, 2 or 3 with the preselect buttons 1-3.


    C - CD 3 eject


    If you press this button, the CD 3 player will stop and the cartridge will be ejected. The radio, cassette deck or CD 6 changer will automatically be switched back on, depending on which function was used last.


    NOTE: Do not pull the cartridge while it is in operation, as this may damage the mechanism.

    pg. 186 CD 3 player (cont.)


    A - Music search


    Press the 'FF' or 'REW' buttons to search within a track. While the button is pressed, the playing time for this track is displayed.


    B - Changing tracks


    Press 'NXT' to move forward to the next track, 'RPT' to repeat the previous track or turn the manual tuning knob. The selected disc number and track number will appear in the display.


    C - Playing-time display


    When the 'FF' or 'REW' buttons are pressed, the playing time for the current track is displayed for 5 seconds.

    pg. 187 CD 3 player (cont.)


    A - Random choice


    Press 'RND' to activate the random function. The unit will play the tracks on the disc in a random order. 'RND' (random) appears in the display while the function in on.


    *The random function may cause a disc to be played more than once before playing through all discs.


    B - Pause


    If you press the CD 3 button, the CD 3 player stops, the sound is switched off and "Pause" appears in the display. Press the CD 3 button again to restart the CD 3 player.


    C - To return to the radio mode


    Press the FM or the AM button.


    D - To return to the tape mode


    If a cassette is already inserted, you can return to tape mode by pressing the 'TAPE' button.


    E - To return to the CD 3 mode


    If the CD 3 player has been switched off but the cartridge has not been ejected, you can return to the CD 3 mode by pressing the CD 3 button.


    F - To return to the CD 6 changer mode


    If the CD 6 changer has been switched off, you can return to the CD changer mode by pressing the CD 6 button.




    Previous Page  Next Page

    Contents | Top of Page