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CASSETTE RECEIVER

KS-FX611

CD CHANGER CONTROL
LOUD

DISP

SCAN
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Multi Music Scan
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For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.

INSTRUCTIONS

GET0056-001A [U]

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Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit.

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CONTENTS
How to Reset your unit ........................... 2

LOCATION OF THE BUTTONS .......... 3
Control Panel ......................................... 3

BASIC OPERATIONS ..................... 4
Turning on the power ............................. 4

Adjusting the sound ............................. 10 Using the Sound Control Memory ........ 11 Selecting and Storing the sound modes ............................................... 11 Recalling the sound modes .................. 11 Canceling Advanced SCM ................... 11 Storing your own sound adjustments ... 12

RADIO BASIC OPERATIONS ............ 5
Listening to the radio .............................. 5 Storing stations in memory .................... 6 FM station automatic preset: SSM ......... 6 Manual preset ........................................ 6 Tuning into a preset station .................... 7 Other convenient tuner functions ........... 7 Scanning broadcast stations .................. 7 Selecting FM reception sound ............... 7

OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS ............ 13
Setting the clock ................................... 13 Selecting the level display .................... 14 Detaching the control panel ................. 15

REMOTE OPERATIONS ................ 16
Installing the battery ............................. 16 Using the remote controller .................. 17

TAPE OPERATIONS ...................... 8
Listening to a cassette ........................... 8 Finding the beginning of a tune .............. 8 Other convenient tape functions ............ 9 Prohibiting tape ejection ......................... 9 Skipping the blank portions on the tape . 9 Repeat Function ..................................... 9

CD CHANGER OPERATIONS .......... 18
Playing CDs ......................................... 18 Selecting CD playback modes ............. 19

EXTERNAL COMPONENT OPERATIONS .. 20
Selecting the external component to use ... 21

MAINTENANCE ......................... 22 TROUBLESHOOTING .................. 23 SPECIFICATIONS ....................... 24

SOUND ADJUSTMENTS ............... 10
Turning on/off the loudness function .... 10

How to Reset your unit
Press and hold both the SEL (Select) and (Standby/On/Attenuator) buttons at the same time for several seconds. This will reset the built-in microcomputer. NOTE: Your preset adjustments -- such as preset channels or sound adjustments will also be erased. (Standby/On/Attenuator)
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SEL (Select)

DISP

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BEFORE USE *For safety.... Do not raise the volume level too much, as this will block outside sounds, making driving dangerous. Stop the car before performing any complicated operations.

*Temperature inside the car.... If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit.

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LOCATION OF THE BUTTONS
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(standby/On/Attenuator) button Control dial LOUD (Loudness) button DISP (Display) button SCAN (Scan) button Display window Cassette compartment Remote sensor FM AM button TAPE 23 button 0 (Eject) button /4 buttons Also functions as SSM buttons when pressed together. SEL (Select) button Number buttons RPT (Repeat) button RND (Random) button MO (Monaural) button

u SCM (Sound control memory) button i CD-CH (CD changer) button o (Control panel release) button

Display window
; a s d f g h j k l / Volume (or audio) level indicator SCM indicator Main display MO (Monaural) indicators ST (Stereo) indicator RND (Random) indicator RPT (Repeat) indicator LOUD indicator FM band number indicators FM1, FM2, FM3 Sound mode indicators BEAT, SOFT, POP CD-CH (CD changer) indicator AM indicator

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Control panel

BASIC OPERATIONS
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Turning on the power

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Adjust the volume.

1

Turn on the power.
To increase the volume.

Note on One-Touch Operation: When you select a source in step 2 below, the power automatically comes on. You do not have to press this button to turn on the power.

To decrease the volume.

2

Select the source.

Volume level indicator

Volume level appears

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Adjust the sound as you want. (See page 10 12)

To drop the volume in a moment
Press briefly while listening to any source. "ATT" starts flashing on the display, and the volume level will drop in a moment. To resume the previous volume level, press the button briefly again. If you turn the control dial clockwise, you can also restore the sound.

To operate the tuner, see pages 5 7. To operate the tape deck, see pages 8 9. To operate the CD changer, see pages 18 19. To operate the external component, see pages 20 21.

To turn off the power
Press and hold for more than 1 second.

Note: When you use this unit for the first time, set the built-in clock correctly, see page 13.

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RADIO BASIC OPERATIONS
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Listening to the radio

To tune in a particular frequency manually:
1 Press FM/AM to select the band. 2 Press and hold or 4 until "M" starts flashing on the display. Now you can manually change the frequency while "M" is flashing. 3 Press or 4 repeatedly until the frequency you want is reached. If you hold down the button, the frequency keeps changing (in 50 kHz intervals for FM and 9 kHz intervals for AM MW) until you release the button.

1

Select the band (FM1 3, AM).
You can select any one of FM1, FM2, and FM3 to listen to an FM station.

FM1

FM2

FM3

AM

Selected band appears

Audio or volume level indicator (see page 14)

2

Start searching a station.
When a station is received, searching stops. To search stations of higher frequencies.

To search stations of lower frequencies.

To stop searching before a station is received, press the same button you have pressed for searching.

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Storing stations in memory
You can use one of the following two methods to store broadcasting stations in memory. Automatic preset of FM stations: SSM (Strongstation Sequential Memory) Manual preset of both FM and AM stations

Manual preset
You can preset up to 6 stations in each band (FM1 3 and AM) manually. Ex.: Storing an FM station of 88.3 MHz into the preset number 1 of the FM1 band

FM station automatic preset: SSM
You can preset 6 local FM stations in each FM band (FM1 3).

1

Select the FM1 band.

1

Select the FM band number (FM1 3) you want to store FM stations into.

2 2
Press and hold the both buttons for more than 2 seconds.

Tune into a station of 88.3 MHz.
See page 5 fo tune into a station

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"SSM" appears, then disappears when automatic preset is over.

Press and hold the button for more than 2 seconds.
Preset number "P1" starts flashing for a while.

Local FM stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically in the band number you have selected (FM1 3). These stations are preset in the number buttons -- No. 1 (lowest frequency) to No. 6 (highest frequency). When automatic preset is over, the station stored in number button 1 will be automatically tuned in.

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Repeat the above procedure to store other station into other preset numbers.

Notes: A previously preset station is erased when a new station is stored in the same preset number. Preset stations are erased when the power supply to the memory circuit is interrupted (for example, during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset the stations again.

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You can easily tune into a preset station. Remember that you must store stations first. If you have not stored them yet, see page 6.

Scanning broadcast stations
When you press SCAN while listening to the radio, station scanning starts. Each time a broadcast is tuned in, scanning stops for about 5 seconds (tuned frequency number flashes on the display), and you can check what program is now being broadcasted. If you want to listen to that program, press the same button again to stop scanning.

1

Select the band (FM1 3 or AM) you want. FM1 FM2 FM3
AM

2

Selecting FM reception sound
Select the number (1 6) for the preset station you want.
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive: Press MO RND while listening to an FM stereo broadcast. The sound you hear becomes monaural but reception will be improved. Lights up when receiving an FM broadcast in stereo.

To restore the stereo effect, press the same button again.

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Tuning into a preset station

Other convenient tuner functions

TAPE OPERATIONS
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Listening to a cassette
You can playback type 1 (normal) tapes.

To fast-forward and rewind a tape
Press for more than 1 second to fast-forward the tape. When the tape reaches its end, the tape is reversed and playback starts from the beginning of the other side. Press 4 for more than 1 second to rewind the tape. When the tape reaches its end, playback of the same side starts.

1

Insert a cassette.
The unit turns on and tape play starts automatically. When one side of the tape reaches its end during play, the other side of the tape automatically starts playing. (Auto Reverse)

Note on One-Touch Operation: When a cassette is already in the cassette compartment, pressing TAPE 2 3 turns on the unit and starts tape play automatically.

Tape direction

2

Select the tape direction.
Each time you press the button, the tape direction changes alternatively forward ( ) and reverse ( ). To stop fast forward and rewind at any position on the tape, press TAPE 23. Tape play starts from that position on the tape.

Finding the beginning of a tune
Multi Music Scan allows you to automatically start playback from the beginning of a specified tune. You can specify up to 9 tunes ahead or before the current tune.

To stop play and eject the cassette
Press 0. Tape play stops and the cassette automatically ejects from the cassette compartment. If you change the source to FM/AM or CD-CH, the tape play also stops (without ejecting the cassette this time). You can also eject the tape with the unit turned off.

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Specify how many tunes ahead or before the current tune the tune you want is located.
To locate a tune ahead of the current tune on the tape

To locate a tune before the current tune on the tape

Each time you set the tune, the number changes up to 9. When the beginning of the specified tune is located, playback starts automatically.

You can skip blank portions between the tunes. (Blank Skip) When this function is on, the unit skips blank portions of 15 seconds or more, fast-forwards to the next tune, then starts playing it. 1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2 seconds. 2. Select "B. SKIP (blank skip)" with or 4 . 3. Select the desired mode with the control dial. The Blank Skip mode alternates between on and off. ON OFF Note: When the tape reaches its end while fast-forwarding, the tape direction will be changed automatically.

Repeat Function

Notes: While locating a specified tune: If the tape is rewound to its beginning, playback starts from the beginning of that side. If the tape is fast forwarded to the end, it is reversed and played from the beginning of the other side. In the following cases, the Multi Music Scan function may not operate correctly. Tapes with tunes having long pianissimo passages (very quiet parts) or non-recorded portions during tunes. Tapes with short non-recorded sections. Tapes with high level noise or humming between tunes.

Other convenient tape functions
Prohibiting tape ejection
You can prohibit the tape ejection and can "lock" a tape in the cassette compartment. Press and hold TAPE 2 3 and 0 for more than 2 seconds. "NO EJECT" flashes on the display for about 5 seconds, and the tape is "locked." To cancel the prohibition and "unlock" the tape, press and hold TAPE 2 3 and 0 for more than 2 seconds again. "EJECT OK" flashes again for about 5 seconds, and this time the tape is "unlock."

Press the RPT button while a tune you would like to hear over again is being played back. When the tape reaches the end of the tune, the tape is automatically rewound to the beginning of that tune and playback resumes from there. This operation will be repeated till the RPT button is pressed again.

Notes: In the following cases, the Multi Music Scan, and Repeat function mechanisms may not operate correctly. These are NOT malfunctions; use the mechanisms to suitably accommodate the materials and situations. Tapes with tunes having long pianissimo passages (very quiet parts) or non-recorded portions during tunes. Tapes with tunes recorded at low recording levels. Tapes with short non-recorded sections. Tapes with high level noise or humming between tunes.

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During playback

Skipping the blank portions on the tape

SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
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Turning on/off the loudness function
The human ear is less sensitive to low and high frequencies at low volumes. The loudness function can boost these frequencies to produce a well-balanced sound at low volume level. Each time you press LOUD, the loudness function turns on/off alternatively.

Adjusting the sound
You can adjust the treble/bass sounds and the speaker balance.

1

Select the item you want to adjust.

Indication
BAS (bass) TRE (treble) FAD* (Fader)* BAL (Balance) VOL (Volume)

To do:
Adjust the bass

Range
06 (min.) | +06 (max.) 06 (min.) | +06 (max.) R06 (rear only) | F06 (front only) L06 (left only) | R06 (right only) 00 (min.) | 50 (max.)

Adjust the treble

Adjust the front and rear speaker balance Adjust the left and right speaker balance Adjust the volume

Note: * If you are using a two-speaker system, set the fader level to "00".

2

Adjust the level.

Note: Normally the control dial work as the volume control buttons. So you do not have to select "VOL" to adjust the volume level.

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You can select and store a preset sound adjustment suitable to each playback source. (Advanced SCM)

When "SCM LINK" is set to "LINK ON," select the source.

Selecting and storing the sound modes
Once you select a sound mode, it is stored in memory, and will be recalled every time you select the same source. A sound mode can be stored for each of the following sources -- FM1 3, AM, Tape, CD-Changer and external components. If you do not want to store the sound mode separately for each playback source, but want to use the same sound mode for all the sources, see "Canceling Advanced SCM" on page 11.

Each time you change the playback source, the SCM indicator flashes on the display. The sound mode stored in memory for the selected source is recalled.

Select the sound mode you want.
Each time you press the button, the sound mode changes as follows:

When "SCM LINK" is set to "LINK ON", the selected sound mode can be stored in memory for the current source and the effect applies only to the current source. When "SCM LINK" is set to "LINK OFF", the selected sound mode effect applies to any source. Indication Preset values BAS TRE LOUD SCM OFF (Flat sound) 00 00 On BEAT Rock or +02 00 On disco music SOFT Quiet background +01 03 Off music POP Light music +04 +01 Off For:

Notes: You can adjust each sound mode to your preference, and store it in memory. If you want to adjust and store your original sound mode, see "Storing your own sound adjustments" on page 12. To adjust the bass and treble reinforcement levels or to turn on/off the loundness function temporarily, see page 10. (Your adjustments will be canceled if another source is selected.)

Canceling Advanced SCM
You can cancel the Advanced SCM (Sound Control Memory), and unlink the sound modes and the playback sources. When shipped from the factory, a different sound mode can be stored in memory for each source so that you can change the sound modes simply by changing the sources. LINK ON: Advanced SCM (different SCM for different sources) LINK OFF: Conventional SCM (one SCM for all sources)

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Using the Sound Control Memory

Recalling the sound modes

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1

Press and hold SEL for more than 2 seconds.
"CLOCK H", "CLOCK M", "SCM LINK", "LEVEL", "B.SKIP" or "EXT IN*" appears on the display.

Within 5 seconds

2

To adjust the bass or treble sound level
Select "BAS" or "TRE."

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Displayed only when one of the following sources is selected--FM, AM and TAPE.

2

Select "SCM LINK" if not shown on the display.

Within 5 seconds

3

Adjust the bass or treble level.
See page 10 for details.

3

Select the desired mode -- "LINK ON" or "LINK OFF". To turn on or off the loudness function
Each time you press LOUD, the loudness function turns on and off alternatively.
Within 5 seconds

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Finish the setting.

4

Press and hold SCM until the sound mode you have selected in step 1 flashes on the display.
Your setting is stored in memory.

Storing your own sound adjustments
You can adjust the sound modes (BEAT, SOFT, POP: see page 11) as you like and store your own adjustments in memory.

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Repeat the same procedure to store other settings.

To reset to the factory settings
Repeat the same procedure and reassign the preset values listed in the table on page 11.

1

Call up the sound mode you want to adjust.
See page 11 for details.

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OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS
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Press and hold the button for more than 2 seconds.
"CLOCK H," "CLOCK M", "SCM LINK", "LEVEL", "B.SKIP" or "EXT IN*" appears on the display.
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Finish the setting.

Displayed only when one of the following sources is selected -- FM, AM and TAPE.

2

Set the hour.
1 Select "CLOCK H" if not shown on the display.

To check the current clock time (changing the display mode)
Press DISP repeatedly. Each time you press the button, the display mode changes as follows.
During tuner operation:
Frequency Clock

2 Adjust the hour.

During tape operation:
Play mode Clock

During CD Changer operation: Elapsed Disc Clock playing time number

3

Set the minute.
1 Select "CLOCK M"

During external Component operation:

LINE IN

Clock

If the unit is not in use when you press DISP, the power turns on, the clock time is shown for 5 seconds, then the power turns off.

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Setting the clock

2 Adjust the minute.

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Selecting the level display
To select the level meter LEVEL
You can select the level display according to your preference. When shipped from the factory, "AUDIO 2" is selected. AUDIO 1: AUDIO 2: Level meter illuminates from bottom to top. Alternates level meter (moves from bottom to top) and illumination display. Erases the audio level indicator.

3

Select the desired mode -- "AUDIO 1", "AUDIO 2" or "OFF".

OFF :

4

Finish the setting.

1

Press and hold SEL for more than 2 seconds.
"CLOCK H", "CLOCK M", "SCM LINK", "LEVEL", "B.SKIP" or "EXT IN*" appears on the display.

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Displayed only when one of the following sources is selected -- FM, AM and TAPE.

2

Select "LEVEL" if not shown on the display.

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You can detach the control panel when leaving the car. When detaching or attaching the control panel, be careful not to damage the connectors on the back of the control panel and on the panel holder.

1

Insert the left side of the control panel into the groove on the panel holder.

How to detach the control panel
Before detaching the control panel, be sure to turn off the power.

1

Unlock the control panel.

2

Press the right side of the control panel to fix it to the panel holder.

2

Lift and pull the control panel out of the unit.

Note on cleaning the connectors: If you frequently detach the control panel, the connectors will deteriorate. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors.

3

Put the detached control panel into the provided case.

Connectors

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Detaching the control panel

How to attach the control panel

REMOTE OPERATIONS
Before using the remote controller: Aim the remote controller directly at the remote sensor on the main unit. Make sure there is no obstacle in between. Do not expose the remote sensor to strong light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting).
Remote sensor

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Return the battery holder.
(back side)

Insert again the battery holder pushing it until you hear a clicking sound.

Installing the battery
When the controllable range or effectiveness of the remote controller decreases, replace the battery.

1

Remove the battery holder.

(back side)

1) 2)
1) Push out in the direction indicated by the arrow using a ball point pen or a similar tool. 2) Remove the battery holder.

WARNING: Store the batteries in a place which children cannot reach. If a child accidentally swallows the battery, immediately consult a doctor. Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat the batteries or dispose of in a fire. Doing any of these things may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire. Do not leave the batteries with other metallic materials. Doing this may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire. When throwing away or saving the batteries, wrap in tape and insulate; otherwise, it may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire. Do not poke the batteries with tweezers or similar tools. Doing this may cause the batteries to give off heat, crack or start a fire.

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Place the battery.
Lithium coin battery (product number: CR2025)

Slide the battery into the holder with the + side facing upwards so that the battery is fixed in the holder.

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5 6 7

Note: These buttons cannot be used for the clock (CLOCK H, CLOCK M), SCM LINK, LEVEL, B. SKIP and EXT IN adjustments (see pages 13, 11, 14, 9 and 21).
5 Selects the sound mode. Each time you press SCM (Sound Control Memory), the mode changes. 6 Selects the source. Each time you press FUNC (function), the source changes. 7 Searches stations while listening to the radio. Fast forwards or reverses the track if pressed and held while listening to a CD. Skips to the beginning of the next tracks or button goes back to the beginning of the current (or previous tracks) if pressed briefly while listening to a CD. Functions as the fast forward or rewind buttons or Multi Music Scan buttons while listening to a tape.

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RM-RK31

1 Functions the same as the

on the main unit. 2 Functions as the BAND button while listening to the radio. Each time you press the button, the band changes. Functions as the DISC + button while listening to the CD changer. Each time you press the button, the disc number increases, and the selected disc starts playing. Functions as the PROG button while listening to a tape. 3 Functions as the PRESET button while listening to the radio. Each time you press the button, the preset station number increases, and the selected station is tuned in. Functions as the DISC button while listening to the CD changer. Each time you press the button, the disc number decreases, and the selected disc starts playing.

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Using the remote controller

4 Functions the same as the control dial on the main unit.

CD CHANGER OPERATIONS
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We recommend that you use one of the CH-X series with your unit. If you have another CD automatic changer, consult your JVC car audio dealer for connections. For example, if your CD automatic changer is one of the KD-MK series, you need a cord (KS-U15K) for connecting it to this unit. Before operating your CD automatic changer: Refer also to the Instructions supplied with your CD changer. If no discs are in the magazine of the CD changer or the discs are inserted upside down, "NO CD" or "NO DISC" will appear on the display. If this happens, remove the magazine and set the discs correctly. If "RESET 1 - RESET 8" appears on the display, something is wrong with the connection between this unit and the CD changer. If this happens, check the connection, connect the connecting cord(s) firmly if necessary, then press the reset button of the CD changer.

Playing CDs
Select the CD automatic changer.
Play back starts from the first track of the first disc. All tracks of all discs are played back. Disc number

Track number

Elapsed playing time (The clock time is shown if you have pressed DISP to see the clock time. See page 13.)

Note on One-Touch Operation: When you press CD-CH, the power automatically comes on. You do not have to press to turn on the power.

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Press and hold , while playing a CD, to fast forward the track. Press and hold 4 , while playing a CD, to reverse the track.

To play back tracks at random (Random Play)
MO
Each time you press MO RND (Mono/Random) while playing a CD, CD random play mode changes as follows:

To go to the next track or the previous track
Press briefly, while playing a CD, to go ahead to the beginning of the next track. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning of the next tracks is located and played back. Press 4 briefly, while playing a CD, to go back to the beginning of the current track. Each time you press the button consecutively, the beginning of the current tracks is located and played back.

RND1
(Random1)

RND2
(Random2)

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Mode RND Indicator RND1 Lights

Plays at random All tracks of the current disc, then the tracks of the next disc, and so on. All tracks of all discs inserted in the magazine.

RND2 Flashes

To play back tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play)
Each time you press RPT (Repeat) while playing a CD, CD repeat play mode changes as follows:

To go to a particular disc directly

RPT1
(Repeat1)

RPT2
(Repeat2)

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Mode RPT Indicator Press the number button corresponding to the disc number to start its playback. To select a disc number from 1 6: Press 1 (7) 6 (12) briefly. To select a disc number from 7 12: Press and hold 1 (7) 6 (12) for more than 1 second. Ex. When disc number 3 is selected Disc number RPT1 Lights RPT2 Flashes

Plays repeatedly The current track (or specified track). All tracks of the current disc (or specified disc).

Track number

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To fast forward or reverse the track

Selecting CD playback modes

EXTERNAL COMPONENT OPERATIONS
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DISP DISP

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MO MO

You can connect the external component to the CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input Adaptor KS-U57 (not supplied).

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Turn on the connected device and start playing the source. Adjust the volume. To turn up the volume

Preparations: For connecting the Line Input Adaptor KS-U57 and the external component, refer to the Installation/ Connection Manual (separate volume). Before operating the external component using the following procedure, select the external input correctly. (See "Selecting the external component to use" on page 21.)

1

Select the external component.

To turn down the volume

Note on One-Touch Operation: When you press CD-CH, the power automatically to comes on. You do not have to press turn on the power.
If "LINE IN" does not appear on the display, see page 21 and select the external input ("EXT IN").

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You can connect the external component to the CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input Adaptor KS-U57 (not supplied). To use the external component as the playback source through this receiver, you need to select which device -- CD changer or external component -- to use. When shipped from the factory, CD changer is selected as the external component. LINE IN: To use the external component other than CD changer CHANGER: To use the CD changer

4

Select the desired mode -- "LINE IN" or "CHANGER".

1

Change the source to FM, AM or TAPE.

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Press and hold SEL for more than 2 seconds.
"CLOCK H", "CLOCK M", "SCM LINK", "LEVEL", "B.SKIP" or "EXT IN" appears on the display.

Finish the setting

Note: For connecting the Line Input Adaptor KS-U57 and the external component, refer to the Installation/ connection Manual (separate volume).

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Selecting the external component to use

3

Select "LINE IN" if not shown on the display.

MAINTENANCE
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This unit requires very little attention, but you will be able to extend the life of the unit if you follow the instructions below.

CAUTIONS:
Do not play the tapes with peeling labels; otherwise, they can damage the unit. Tighten tapes to remove slack since loose tape may become entangled with the mechanism. Do not leave a cassette in the cassette compartment after use, as the tape may become slack. The function below is also provided to ensure the longer life of this unit.

To clean the heads

Ignition key-off Release/Ignition key-on play
When you turn off the ignition key with a cassette in the compartment, the unit automatically releases the tape from its head. When you turn on the ignition key with a cassette in the compartment, playback automatically starts.

Clean the heads after every 10 hours of use using a wet-type head cleaning tape (available at an audio store). When the head becomes dirty, you may realize the following symptoms: Sound quality is reduced. Sound level decreases. Sound drops out. Do not play dirty or dusty tapes. Do not touch the highly-polished head with any metallic or magnetic tools.

To keep the tape clean

Always store the tapes to their storage cases after use. Do not store tapes in the following places: Subject to direct sunlight With high humidity At extremely hot temperatures

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptoms
A cassette tape cannot be inserted. Cassette tapes become hot. Tape sound is at very low level and sound quality is degraded. Sound is sometimes interrupted. Sound cannot be heard from the speakers.

Causes
You have tried to insert a cassette in the wrong way. This is not a malfunction. The tape head is dirty.

Remedies Insert the cassette with the
exposed tape facing right.

Clean it with a head cleaning tape.

Connections are not good.

Check the cords and connections. Adjust it to the optimum level.

The volume control is turned to the minimum level. Connections are incorrect.

Check the cords and connections. Store stations manually.

SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) automatic preset does not work. Static noise while listening to the radio. "NO CD" or "NO DISC" appears on the display.

Signals are too weak.

The antenna is not connected firmly. No CD is in the magazine. CDs are inserted incorrectly.

Connect the antenna firmly.

Insert CDs into the magazine. Insert them correctly. Connect this unit and the CD changer correctly and press the reset button of the CD changer. Press the reset button of the CD changer.

"RESET 8" appears on the display.

This unit is not connected to a CD changer correctly.

"RESET 1-RESET 7" appears on the display. The unit does not work at all. The CD changer does not work at all. The built-in microcomputer may function incorrectly due to noise, etc.

Press and SEL at the same time for more than 2 seconds to reset the unit. (The clock setting and preset stations stored in memory are erased.) (See page 2).

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What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center.

SPECIFICATIONS
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AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
Maximum Power Output: Front: 40 watts per channel Rear: 40 watts per channel Continuous Power Output (RMS): Front: 16 watts per channel into 4 , 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion. Rear: 16 watts per channel into 4 , 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion. Load Impedance: 4 (4 to 8 allowance) Tone Control Range Bass: 10 dB at 100 Hz Treble:10 dB at 10 kHz Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB Line-Out Level/Impedance: 2.0 V/20 k load

CASSETTE DECK SECTION
Wow & Flutter: 0.11% (WRMS) Fast-Wind Time: 100 sec. (C-60) Frequency Response: 30 Hz to 16 000 Hz (Normal tape) Signal-to-Noise Ratio: (Normal tape) 56 dB Stereo Separation: 40 dB

GENERAL
Power Requirement Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 volts (11 volts to 16 volts allowance) Grounding System: Negative ground Allowable Working Temperature: 0C to + 40C Dimensions (W x H x D) Installation Size: 182 mm x 52 mm x 150 mm Panel Size: 188 mm x 58 mm x 14 mm Mass: 1.4 kg (excluding accessories) Design and specifications subject to change without notice. Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit
Refer to page of How to Reset

TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz AM: 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz [FM Tuner] Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf (1.0 V/75 ) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 16.3 dBf (1.8 V/75 ) Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz): 65 dB Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 15 000 Hz Stereo Separation: 35 dB Capture Ratio: 1.5 dB [AM Tuner] Sensitivity: 20 V Selectivity: 30 dB

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This unit is designed to operate on 12V DC, NEGATIVE ground electrical systems.
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The following illustration shows a typical installation. However, you should make adjustments corresponding to your specific car. If you have any questions or require information regarding installation kits, consult your JVC car audio dealer or a company supplying kits.

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Before mounting: Press (Control Panel Release) to detach the control panel if already attached. * When shipped from the factory, the control panel is packed in the hard case.

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Remove the trim plate. Remove the sleeve after disengaging the sleeve locks. 1 Stand the unit. Note: When you stand the unit, be careful not to damage the fuse on the rear. 2 Insert the 2 handles between the unit and the sleeve, as illustrated, to disengage the sleeve locks. 3 Remove the sleeve. Note: Be sure to keep the handles for future use after installing the unit.

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Fix the mounting bolt to the rear of the unit's body and place the rubber cushion over the end of the bolt. Do the required electrical connections explained on the back of this instructions. Slide the unit into the sleeve until it is locked. Attach the trim plate. Attach the control panel.

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The following parts are provided with this unit. After checking them, please set them correctly.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
The fuse blows. * Are the red and black leads connected * correctly? Power cannot be turned on. * Is the yellow lead connected? * * * * *
* No sound from the speakers. * Is the speaker output lead short-circuited? Sound is distorted. * Is the speaker output lead grounded? Are the "" terminals of L and R speakers * grounded in common? Unit becomes hot. * Is the speaker output lead grounded? Are the "" terminals of L and R speakers * grounded in common? ?

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
To prevent short circuits, we recommend that you disconnect the battery's negative terminal and make all electrical connections before installing the unit. If you are not sure how to install this unit correctly, have it installed by a qualified technician. Note: This unit is designed to operate on 12V DC, NEGATIVE ground electrical systems. If your vehicle does not have this system, a voltage inverter is required, which can be purchased at JVC car audio dealers. Replace the fuse with one of the specified rating. If the fuse blows frequently, consult your JVC car audio dealer. If noise is a problem... This unit incorporates a noise filter in the power circuit. However, with some vehicles, clicking or other unwanted noise may occur. If this happens, connect the unit's rear ground terminal (See connection diagram below.) to the car's chassis using shorter and thicker cords, such as copper braiding or gauge wire. If noise still persists, consult your JVC car audio dealer. Maximum input of the speakers should be more than 40W at the rear and 40W at the front, with an impedance of 4 to 8 . Be sure to ground this unit to the car's chassis. The heat sink becomes very hot after use. Be careful not to touch it when removing this unit.

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Connect the colored leads of the power cord to the car battery, speakers and automatic antenna (if any) in the following sequence. 1 Black: ground 2 Yellow: to car battery (constant 12V) 3 Red: to an accessory terminal 4 Blue with white stripe: to automatic antenna (200mA max.) 5 Others: to speakers Connect the antenna cord. Finally connect the wiring harness to the unit.

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PRECAUTIONS on power supply and speaker connections:

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DO NOT connect the speaker leads of the power cord to the car battery; otherwise, the unit will be seriously damaged. Connect the black lead (ground), yellow lead (to car battery, constant 12V), and red lead (to an accessory terminal) correctly. BEFORE connecting the speaker leads of the power cord to the speakers, check the speaker wiring in your car. If the speaker wiring in your car is as illustrated in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 below, DO NOT connect the unit using that original speaker wiring. If you do, the unit will be 3 seriously damaged. Redo the speaker wiring so that you can connect the unit to the speakers as illustrated in Fig. 3. If the speaker wiring in your car is as illustrated in Fig. 3, you can connect the unit using the original speaker wiring in your car. If you are not sure of the speaker wiring of your car, consult your car dealer.

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You can connect an amplifier and other equipment to upgrade your car stereo system. Connect the remote lead (blue with white stripe) to the remote lead of the other equipment so that it can be controlled through this unit. For amplifier only: Connect this unit's line-out terminals to the amplifier's line-in terminals. Disconnect the speakers from this unit, connect them to the amplifier. Leave the speaker leads of this unit unused. (Cover the terminals of the these unused leads with insulating tape, as illustrated above.)

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