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Up to 24 tracks can be selected for program play. 1 Press ENTER/DISPLAY in standby mode to display “P-01”. 2 Select the desired track by pressing r and t. a track number b program number 3 Press ENTER/DISPLAY within 8 seconds. If it is not pressed within 8 seconds, the track number changes to 00. Repeat from step 2 again. 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to program more tracks. 5 Press ePLAY/PAUSE to start program play.

4 3

Automatic presetting → N
You can preset up to a total of 30 stations on FM and AM. 1 Release HOLD. 2 Press BAND to turn on the radio. 3 Press t or r to exit preset mode. 4 Keep ENTER/DISPLAY pressed for more than 2 seconds. The unit searches for and memorizes the receivable stations. Automatic presetting ends when all received stations are preset or when the number of preset stations reach 30. Then, “BUSY” appears for about 4 seconds. To stop automatic presetting, press sSTOP/OFF/CHARGE.

To stop program play

If there is a station you wish to skip during presetting

To add tracks to the program
Repeat steps 1 through 3 in standby mode. You can add tracks to the end of the program.


When a station is tuned in, scanning stops and the tuned station is heard for 5 seconds. Press t within these 5 seconds to skip this station.

• When broadcast signals are very weak, stations cannot be preset automatically. Preset them manually. • “P-FULL” appears if you try to preset over 30 stations.

To erase the program
Press sSTOP/OFF/CHARGE in standby mode.

To check the programmed tracks Note

Press ENTER/DISPLAY repeatedly in standby mode. The number of each programmed track will be displayed in order of playback.

3 1 2

Manual presetting → O
You can preset up to a total of 30 stations on FM and AM. 1 Press BAND repeatedly to select the band. 2 Press t or r to tune in to a station. 3 Press ENTER/DISPLAY to preset the station. a Preset number To preset more stations, repeat steps 2 and 3.


• The program is also erased when the disc compartment is opened or the auto power off function turns the power off. • When 24 tracks are programmed, “P-FULL” appears, and no more tracks may be added. • You cannot go back to the previous track by holding r pressed during program play. • Repeat play and random play can be performed during program play.

Listening to preset stations → P
1 Press BAND repeatedly to select FM or AM. 2 Press PRESET CALL UPi/DOWNk repeatedly to select the preset number. After listening, press sSTOP/OFF/CHARGE to turn off the radio.

Alarm beeps after a specified time. 1 Keep MODE pressed until “ ” and the time flash. 2 Press r or t to set the time. Adjustable range: 1 to 90 (minutes) Each time you press r or t, the time changes by 1 minute. Holding down r or t changes the time by 10 minutes. 3 Press ENTER/DISPLAY. The setting is completed. After the specified time, alarm beeps for about 30 seconds. To display the time till the alarm beeps, press ENTER/DISPLAY.

Changing the presetting
1 Press PRESET CALL UPi/DOWNk repeatedly to select the preset number you wish to change. 2 Keep ENTER/DISPLAY pressed for 1 or more seconds until the preset number flashes. 3 While the preset number is flashing, press t or r to tune in to a station. 4 Press ENTER/DISPLAY to preset the station on the selected preset number. If the flashing stops, repeat from step 2.

1 2

To change the set time of the alarm, repeat step 1 and press MODE. Then repeat steps 2 and 3. To cancel the alarm, repeat step 1 above to display “ OFF” and press ENTER/ DISPLAY.

Erasing the presettings one by one


Press sSTOP/OFF/CHARGE after step 2 in “Changing the presetting” above. “BUSY” appears for about 4 seconds and each preset station is erased. All preset numbers move up by one and the preset numbers are refreshed.


• When the alarm is beeping, the sound of CD or radio is muted. • The alarm may start beeping up to about a minute earlier or later than the set time.

Erasing all of the presetting
Change AM step. (See “Changing AM steps”)

E•A•S•S (Electronic Anti-Shock System)
The E•A•S•S 3× function reduces skipping or muting of the sound when the unit is subjected to shock. 1 Keep MODE pressed until “ ” and the time flash. 2 Press MODE again. 3 Press r or t to select “12” or “48”. 4 Press ENTER/DISPLAY. 48 or 12 lights up and the player keeps about 48 seconds or 12 seconds of playback sound in its memory.



Use a commercially available connection cord which has a ø3.5 mm stereo miniplug at one end and two phono plugs at the other end. Connect the stereo mini-plug to the PHONES/LINE OUT jack of the unit and connect the phono plugs to the analog input terminals of the external unit, such as the amplifier or the equipment with a built-in amplifier. The CD sound can be heard through the connected audio system.



• Before jogging with this unit, allow sufficient time for the memory buffer to fill up completely (ideally about 20 seconds). Continuous shock or vibration may cause the sound to be interrupted even if the E•A•S•S 3× function is activated. This is normal and not a malfunction. Should you experience an interruption in sound, stabilize the unit for a few seconds, then resume your activity. • When the E•A•S•S 3× function is activated, motor noise is heard as the motor periodically rotates at high speed during playback. This is not a malfunction. • When you set the E•A•S•S to 12 , quality of sound will be better than when you set it to 48 .



• Turn off the power of both units before connection. • DO NOT connect to the PHONO inputs of an amplifier (with a built-in phonoequalizeramplifier). • Adjust the volume and DSL on this unit.



1 Press BAND repeatedly to select the band (FM or AM). 2 Press t or r to tune in to a station.

Tuning in to a station → K

After listening, press sSTOP/OFF/CHARGE to turn off the radio.

For quick tuning
Keep either t or r pressed for about 1 second. When a station is tuned in to, the frequency stops automatically. However, it does not stop if the broadcast signal is weak.

For better reception → L
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.

To clean the pickup lens
If the lens becomes dirty, the player will skip or not play. If this occurs, clean the lens in the following manner. • To remove dust or dry particles, first use a camera lens blower/brush to blow a few times to loosen particles, then gently brush the lens clean. Finish by blowing the lens again. • To remove fingerprints, use a cotton swab dipped in lens cleaning solution. Wipe gently from the center to the edge. Lens cleaning solution is commercially available.

Listening to FM stereo broadcast
When a tuned in station is in stereo, “ ” lights up. When the FM stereo signal is weak and distorted, press MODE. “ST” goes out and the sound will be heard in monaural but distortion will be reduced.

• Do not open the disc compartment during radio reception. The buttons will be deactivated. • The power is turned off automatically if no operation is made after about 2.5 hours from the last operation during radio reception.

Changing AM steps → M

Broadcasts have different frequency steps in different countries. This unit is factory-set to 10 kHz steps. When using the unit where the AM step is 9 kHz, change it as follows. 1 When the power is off, keep MODE pressed and hold down BAND until “10 StEP” appears. 2 Press MODE repeatedly to select “9”. 3 Press ENTER/DISPLAY. “BUSY” appears for about 4 seconds and the setting will be changed. To resume to 10 kHz, change in the similar way.

Take care not to get too much solution on the swab, which could flow into the unit and cause damage. Pressing too strongly with the swab could scratch or break the lens.

To clean the discs
Before playing, wipe the disc from the center out with a cleaning cloth. After playing, store the disc in its case.

Tracking system Laser pickup D/A conversion Frequency response Output Frequency range 3-beam laser Semiconductor laser 8-times oversampling digital filter + 1-bit DAC 20 – 20,000 Hz PHONES/LINE OUT jack (stereo mini-jack) AM: 530/531 kHz – 1,710/1,602 kHz (10 kHz/9 kHz steps) FM: 87.5 – 108 MHz 12 mW + 12 mW (16 ohms at 1 kHz) 500 mV (47 k ohms at 1 kHz) DC 3 V using two size AA (LR6) alkaline batteries DC 2.4 V using two optional rechargeable batteries


When the AM step is changed, preset stations are erased.

Maximum output Power supply

(Ni-Cd 1.2 V 700 mAh)
AC house current using the optional AC adaptor Maximum outside dimensions 132.0 (W) × 26.0 (H) × 145.0 (D) mm

(51/4 ×11/16 × 53/4 in.)
Weight Accessories (excluding projecting parts and controls) Approx. 216 g (7.6 oz.) excluding batteries Stereo headphones (1)

Specifications and external appearance of this unit are subject to change without notice.

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