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AIWA HSJX807
Owner's Manual


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TUNING INTO A STATION+
1 Release HOLD.

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WORLD AREAS +

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Radio broadcasts have different frequency ranges and change in different steps in different countries. This unit has three world reception areas: “L15H (North and South America) ”,” JPH (Japan)”, and” EU (other areas)”.

2 Press RADIO ON/BAND repeatedly to select AM, FM1 or FM2. FM1 and FM2 have the same frequency range. Both can be used to tune in to an FM station. 3 Press TUNING UP or DOWN to tune in to a station. After listening, press s RADIO OFF. For quick tuning Keep TUNING UP or DOWN pressed for f -2 seconds. When a station is tuned in to, the frequency indicator stops automatically. However, it may not stop if the broadcast signal is weak. For better reception -+ FM: The headphone cord functions as the FM antenna. Keep it extended. AM: Turn the unit to find the position which gives the best reception.

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RADIOON BAND

The reception area is factory-set to “ EU”. Select” _lPH” to listen to the radio in Japan, select “u5Ff” to use in North and South America.

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Seleciing a reception area
1 Relaase HOLD. 2 Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the radio. 3 While pressing MODE/SET, keepTUNING UP pressed for 2 seconds

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PRESETTING

STATIONS

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You can preset up to 10 stations on each band (AM, FM1, FM2).
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Releasa HOLD. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the radio. Press MENU repeatedly until “Auto” is displayed. While “Auto” is dieplayed, press MODEJ3ET. The unit searches for and memorizes the receivable stations. Auto presetting ends after 10 stations are preset on each band,

“JPH” or” Eu”) flashes in the display, 4 Preaa PRESET + or - to select the reception area while the reception area is flaahing. 5 Press MODEISET while the reception area is flashing. After Iiatening, press s RADIO OFF. If you do not press it, the selected area may not be retained correctly.

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If flashing stops during operation Repeat the procedure from step 3. When the reception area ia changad The preset stations are erased.

After Iiatening, press s RADIO OFF. If you do not press it, the preset stations may not be retained correctly. AM If flashing stops during operation Repeat the procedure from step 3. If there ia a station you wish to skip during presetting When a station is tuned in, scanning stops and the tuned station is heard for 3 seconds. Press MODELSET within these 3 seconds to skip this station.

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RECORDING
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Use Type I (normal) tape for recording. You can record on both sides of the cassette continuously from the front side to the reverse side.

1 Relaase HOLD. When broadcast signals are very weak, stations automatically. Preset them manually. cannot be preset 2 Insert a caasette. To record on both sidas continuously, insert the cassette with the side to be recorded first facing the cassette holder. To record on onfy one aide, inserfthe cassette with the recording side facing inside of the unit. Then, press s RADIO OFF to display R, 3 To record from the radio+@ Tune into a station. To record from the microphone+@ Connect the supplied microphone to the MIC jack and orient it to the sound source. Fix the microphone with attached clip ~. 4 Keep the REC switch slid for 1 second while pressing the red button on the switch to start recording. To stop recording Press

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You can preset up to 10 stations under each preset number (1-1O)on each band (AM, FM1 and FM2). 1 Tune in to a station. 2 Keep MODE/SET pressed for about 1 sacond until “PRESET’’flashes in the dispfay. 3 Press PRESET -k or - repeatedly to select the preset number while “PRESET” is flashing. 4 Press MODE/SET while “PRESET” is ffashing. To preset more stations, repeat the procedure from the beginning.

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After listening, press s RADIO OFF. If you do not press it, the preset stations may not be retained correctly.

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Set OSC to the position which gives the least noise,

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Listening to preset stations 1 Release HOLD.
2 Press RADIO ONIBAND repeatedly to salact AM, FM1 or FM2. 3 Press PRESET + or – repeatedly to select the preset number. After listening, press s RADIO OFF.

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If a high-pitched sound is heard while recording from the microphone Move the headphones and the microphone farther apart, or reduce the volume. To change the recording side while listening to the radio Keep s RADIO OFF pressed for more than 2 seconds. Note q Adjusting the volume and the DSL do not affect the recorded sound. Use Type I (normal) tape for recording. If you use Type IV (metal) or q Type 11(High/CrOz) tapes, sound that has been already recorded may not be erased completely. You cannot record on side whose erasure prevention tab is broken off. If q you start recording side A on a cassette whose tab for side B has been broken off, recording will stop at the end of side A.

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Deleting preset stations
1 Select the preset number you wieh to delete. 2 Whila prassing MODEA3ET, keep TUNING DOWN pressed within 1 second until the preset number goas out. To delete more preset stations, repeat the procedure from the beginning.

MAINTENANCE

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To clean the head and the tape path After every 10 hours of use, clean the head and the tape path with a commercially available head cleaning cassette. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the head cleaning cassette. After cleaning the head and the tape path, wait until cleaned parts dry bafore inserting tapes. To clean the cabinet Use a sofl cloth lightlymoistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine or thinner.

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SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency range: Reception area” Eu” Reception area “U 5R” Reception area” JPH” Maximum output: Power sources: AM 531 – 1,602 kHz (9 kHz steps) FMI, FM2 87.5 – 108 MHz (50 kHz steps) AM 530-1,710 kHz (10 kHz steps) FMI, FM2 87.5 -108.1 MHz (200 kHz steps) AM 531 – 1,629 kHz (9 kHz steps) FM1, FM276 -108 MHz (100 kHz step in 76 – 90 MHz, 50 kHz step in 90 – 108 MHz) 4 mW + 4 mW (EIAJ 32 ohms) DC 1.2 V using supplied rechargeable battery NB-3A DC 1.5 V using an R6 (size AA) dry cell battery AC house current using the optionel AC adaptor 111.4(W) x 79.7 (H) x 29.8 (D) mm (4% x 3’/4 x 13/16 in) Approx. 146 g (5.1 oz.) excluding batteries Stereo headphones equipped with remote control (1) Stereo microphone (1) Battery charger RB-NOI (1) Rechargeable battery NB-3A (1) Carrying case (1)

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FM1, FM2 87,5 -108,1 MHz (200 kHz %~) “ _lP,u “ AM 531-1,629 kHz (9 kHz $“= ) FM1, FM2 76-108 MHz (76 -90 MHz ~.q 10QkHz & ~, 90-108 MHz P! 50 kHz) %?h&xZ?r@ 4 mW+ 4 mW (EIAJ 32 ohms) Z%f DC 1.2 V E%WW NB-3A fl!%%~ DC1.5V@M lfEl R6 (3%) %%ti AC %%12Jiifil@M~i3&&cKj AC %iEil%&% HWKTJR Ef3s Ww %$111.4X~ 79.7X#%%29.8mm ~,% 146g ~~%ti wEW%%ffiti?#?%E%l@i%k (1) aw%ZiFRJiFt (1) %tfil%=f%% RB-NO1(1) E%w NB-3A (1) M*A? (1)

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Maximum dimensions: Weight: Accessories:

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The specifications and external appearance of this unit are subject to change without notice. Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “DOLBY” and the double-D symbol DO are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

COPYRIGHT Please check the laws on copyright relating to recording from discs, radio or external tape for the country in which the unit is being used.

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