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AIWA ICM84
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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EARPHONE t

ENGLISH

PLAYBACK b F

2 3

1 Release the HOLD switch. 2 Press FILE repeatedly to select a recording file. 3 Press c/sPLAY/STOP. If you select a file that has no recording tracks, “no InF” is displayed. 4 Adjust the volume.

Basic operation
To stop playback To pause playback Press c/sPLAY/STOP. Press MODE/PAUSE. To resume, press MODE/PAUSE or c/sPLAY/STOP.

r

To listen with an earphone
Connect a commercially available earphone with a mini-plug to the EARPHONE jack. When an earphone is connected, sound through the speaker is not heard.

1

2

FILE

To search for a desired point To search for the beginning of a recording track
Press r or t. Keep pressed during stop mode to change the recording track number faster.

To locate a desired passage

3
PLAY/STOP

4
MAX MIN

Keep r or t pressed during playback. Release the button at the start of desired passage according to the time counter in the display.

To listen to only 5 seconds at the beginning of each track
Keep c/sPLAY/STOP pressed for 1 second. “SCAN” is displayed. Press c/sPLAY/STOP again to resume normal playback.

VOL

ERASING b G

G
1

2 3,4 2

You can erase recordings by recording track number. 1 Release the HOLD switch. 2 Select the recording file and press r or t to display the recording track number to be erased. If you select a file that has no recording tracks, “no InF” is displayed. 3 Keep ERASE pressed for 1 second. ErASE flashes for 10 seconds in the display. 4 Press ERASE while ErASE is flashing. The recording track number is decreased after the track is erased.

To erase all recordings of the selected file
1 Select the recording file to be erased. 2 Keep ERASE and REC/STOP pressed for 3 seconds. AL is displayed and ErASE flashes. 3 Press ERASE again while ErASE is flashing.

Recording from an external microphone b H
To record sound with more clarity, use of an optional external microphone is recommended. Connect the microphone to the EXT. MIC jack and set the microphone near the sound source.

H
EXT.MIC

Note
When recording from an external microphone, move the microphone away from the main unit or the earphone to prevent howling.

To record from another unit b I
Connect the other unit to the EXT. MIC jack of this unit, using the appropriate connecting cords. a To connect to stereo source equipment b To connect to monaural source equipment

Note
• The connecting cords may vary according to the type of source equipment. Before connecting a unit, read the operating instructions of the connected unit. • If the volume setting of the source equipment is too high, the recorded sound may be noisy or distorted. Be sure to set the volume of the source equipment to a moderate level.

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a
PHONES EXT.MIC

SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency response Microphone Maximum output 500 – 3,500 Hz (EIAJ) Electret condenser microphone (monaural) 80 mW (EIAJ 8 ohms)

Attenuation Cable (Stereo mini-plug ↔ Monaural mini-plug) Cable de atenuación (mini-enchufe estéreo ↔ mini-enchufe monoaural)

Speaker Diameter 20 mm, 8 ohms Power supply DC 3 V using two size AAA (R03) dry cell batteries Maximum total recording time Approx. 84 minutes (LP mode) Approx. 59 minutes (SP mode) Battery life using size AAA (LR03) alkaline batteries Approx. 12 hours (EIAJ recording) Approx. 8 hours (EIAJ 10 mW playback) Maximum outside dimensions

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