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Operation Manual CDX-FM1277 Mode demploi UNIVERSALMUL TI-CD SYSTEM SYSTEME DE CDMUL TIPLE UNIVERSEL Dear Customer ............................................ 3 Pr ecautions ................................................. 4 Pr eparing to Use the Remote Contr oller Unit ..... 5 Precautions .......................................................... 5 Loading Battery .................................................... 5 Using the Compact Discs Magazine ......... 68 Inser ting discs ................................................... 67 Loading the magazine ............................................ 8 Playing Compact Discs .......................... 923 Start the CD player ................................................ 9 Disc Number Search .............................................. 9 Using T rack Search/Fast Forward and Reverse ........ 10 Pausing .............................................................. 11 Repeat ............................................................... 11 Random Play ....................................................... 12 ITS Instant T rack Selection ............................. 1315 Disc T i tle ....................................................... 1620 Setting Player to Play Discs via Radio ................ 2122 Display shows this message ................................. 23 Pr essing the Clear Button .......................... 24 Discs ........................................................ 24 T ranspor tation of multi-CD player .............. 25 Specifications ........................................... 26 Cher Client ................................................ 27 Prcautions ............................................... 28 A vant dutiliser la tlcommande ............... 29 Prcautions ...................................................................... 29 Mise en place de la pile .................................................. 29 Utilisation du char geur de disque compact ..... 3032 Mise en place des disques ....................................... 3031 Mise en place dun chargeur .................................. 32 Lectur e de disques compacts ............... 3347 Commandez la lecture du CD ....................................... 33 Recherche de numro de disque ............................ 33 Utilisation de la recherche de plage/de lavance rapide et de linversion ........................ 34 Pause ................................................................. 35 Rptition ........................................................... 35 Lecture alatoire .................................................. 36 ITS Slection de plage instantane ................. 3739 T i tre de disques .............................................. 4044 Rglage du lecteur pour la lecture dedisques via la radio .......................................... 4546 Affichage du message ........................................... 47 En appuyant sur la touche def facement ..... 48 Disques ..................................................... 48 T ranspor t du lecteur de CD char geur ....... 49 Spcifications ............................................ 50 Contents/T able des matir es 2 English Franais English 3 Selecting f i ne audio equipment such as the unit you v e just purchased is only the start of your musical enjo yment. No w it s time to consider ho w you can maximize the fun and e xcitement your equipment of fers. This manuf acturer and the Electronic Industries Association s Consumer Electronics Group w a nt you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe le v el. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without anno ying blaring or distortionand, m ost importantly , without af fecting your sensiti v e hearing. Sound can be decei ving. Ov er time your hearing “comfort le v e l” adapts to higher v olumes of sound. So what sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this bysetting your equipment at a safe le v el BEFORE your hearing adapts. T o establish a safe le v el Start your v olume control at a lo w setting. Slo wly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly , and without distortion. Once y ou ha v e established a comf o rtable sound le v el Set the dial and lea v e it there. T aking a minute to do this no w will help to pre v ent hearing damage or loss in the future. After all, we w a nt you listening for a lifetime. W e W ant Y ou Listening F or A Lifetime Used wisely , your ne w sound equipment will pro v ide a lifetime of fun and enjo yment. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manuf acturer and the Electronic Industries Association s Consumer Electronics Group recommend you a v oid prolonged e xposure to e xcessi v e noise. This list of sound le v els is included for your protection. DecibelLe v e l Example 30 Quiet library , soft whispers 40 Li ving room, refrigerator , bedroom a w ay from traf f i c 50 Light traf f i c, normal con v e rsation, quiet of f i ce 60 Air conditioner at 20 feet, se wing machine 70 V acuum cleaner , hair dryer , noisy restaurant 80 A v erage city traf f i c, garbage disposals, alarm clock at tw o feet. THE FOLLO WING NOISES CAN BE D ANGER OUS UNDER CONST ANT EXPOSURE 90 Subw ay , motorc y cle, truck traf f i c, la wn mo wer 100 Garbage truck, chain sa w , pneumatic drill 120 Rock band concert in front of speak ers, thunderclap 140 Gunshot blast, jet plane 180 Rock et launching pad Ination courtesy of the Deafness Research F oundation. Pr ecautions 4 W hen you use this universal multi-CD system, the effective sensitivity of yourradio will be reduced slightly . W hen you turn the car radio off, the system stays on. If you leave it on for along time, the car battery may go flat. Y ou can connect this unit to a Multi-CD controller e.g. a head unit with an IP-BUS cable sold separately. If you dothis, refer to the manual provided withthe Multi-CD controller before using it tooperate this unit. W ith this player , you can use the ITS functions to store up to 99 tracks per disc.Even if the Head unit s manual indicates ITS memory is up to 24 tracks per disc, thisplayer can store up to 99 tracks per disc. W hen driving on an uneven road, the player may not reproduce every soundproperly . W hen this universal multi-CD system is connected to a vehicle s diversity anten - na, there may be distortion if a station isbroadcasting a strong signal on the fre - quency youre using for the system. Ifthis occurs, switch to another frequency . During winter the inside of the vehiclemay be very cold. If the heater is turnedon and the player is used soon after , the disc or optical parts prism, lens, etc.may become misted up, and the playerwill not operate correctly . If the disc is misted up, wipe it with a soft cloth. If theoptical parts are misted up, wait for aboutan hour for them to warm up. They willreturn to their normal condition. This product cons to the track skipfunction of the CD-R disc. The trackscontaining the track skip ination areskipped over automatically . Impor tant The serial number of this device is locatedon the rear of the unit. For your own secu - rity and convenience, be sur e to record this number on the enclosed war ranty card. After -sales ser vice for Pioneer productsPlease contact the dealer or distributorfrom where you purchased the pr oduct for its after -sales service including warranty conditions or any other infor - mation. In case the necessar y ina- tion is not available, please contact thecompanies listed belowPlease do not ship your pr oduct to the companies at the addr esses listed below for repair without advance con - tact.U.S.A.Pioneer Electr onics Service, Inc. CUSTOMER SER VICE DEP AR TMENT P . O. Box 1760 Long Beach, CA 90801800-421-1404CANADAPioneer Electr onics of Canada, Inc. CUSTOMER SER VICE DEP AR TMENT 300 Allstate ParkwayMarkham, Ontario L3R OP2905 479-44111-877-283-5901For warranty infor m ation please see the Limited W a rranty sheet included with your pr oduct. NOTESTHIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH P A R T 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERA TION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDI - TIONS 1THIS DEVICE MA Y NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,AND 2THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPTANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,INCLUDING INTERF ACE THA T MA Y CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERA TION. CHANGES OR MODIFICA TIONS TO THIS PRODUCT BY OTHER THAN ANAUTHORIZED SER VICE F ACILITY COULD VOID AUTHORIZA TION TO USE THIS EQUIPMENT . SHOULD THE USE OF THIS PRODUCTCAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCEWITH ANY RADIO DEVICES, CONT ACT YOUR DEALER.THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT MA Y CAUSE A NOTICEABLE LOSS IN AM SIGNAL RECEPTION. THIS IS NOT AMALFUNCTION BUT IS P A R T OF THE NORMAL OPERA TION OF THIS MODEL. CAUTION USE OF CONTROL OR ADJUSTMENTOR PERANCE OF PROCEDURESOTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIEDHEREIN MA Y RESUL T IN HAZARDOUS RADIA T ION EXPOSURE. CAUTIONTHE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTSWITH THIS PRODUCT WILL INCREASEEYE HAZARD. Pr eparing to Use the Remote Contr oller Unit E n g lish 5 Precautions Keep the remote controller unit in anarea not exposed to long periods ofdirect sunlight. The remote contr oller unit may not oper - ate properly if the transmitter of theremote controller unit is pointed towar ds the floor or the seat of the vehicle. S ince the transmitter employs an infrared system, it may not operateproperly while car ster eo unit is exposed to direct sunlight. In such a case, blockthe sunlight fr om the sensor and then per the desired operation. If the remote controller fails to operateunless it is br ought close to the unit, it may indicate that batter y power is low . Replace the batteries in the r e mote controller . Remove the cover on the back ofthe remote controller unit andinser t the battery with the and poles pointing in the properdirection. U se only lithium batter y “CR2025”, 3 V . Loading Battery W ARNING Keep the Lithium Battery out of reach of children. Should theBattery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor . CAUTION Do not recharge, disassemble, heat or dispose of battery in fire. Use a CR2025 3 V Lithium Battery only . Never use other types of battery with this unit. Do not handle the battery with metallic tools. Do not store the Lithium Battery with metallic materials. When disposing of used batteries, please comply with govern-mental regulations or environmental public institution s rules that apply in your country/area. A lways check carefully that you are loading battery with its and poles facing in the proper directions. Using the Compact Discs Magazine 6 123456789 101112 Hold down the magazinelock button and, pull thetray out. Slide out the disc tray Disc tray Position the disc withthe label upwar d. Inser ting discs Page 67 Disc 1 to Disc 12 Changing disc trays Align the disc tray with the left and rightgrooves, and push it in until you hear itclick. Gently pull the disc tray out. Disc tray English 7 Notes on 8-cm 3-inch CDsDo not use an 8-cm CD adapter . If it is used, the player may fail. T o load an 8-cm CD, you need a special 8-cm CDtray Part No. CXB5931. Ask yourPioneer service station about it. 8cm Do not put the magazine in a placewhere it will be exposed to hightemperatures or direct sunlight. Do not disassemble the magazine. T ake care not to drop the magazine or knock it against anything. Do not use cracked or warped trays. Never insert anything other than discs.Do not attach a label or tape to a disc. The use of benzine, thinner , insecticide, or other volatile chemicals may damagethe magazine surface.If you need mor e magazines, please ask your near est dealer for magazine JD-1212S.Attach the supplied label in the speci - fied position. Attaching the label in anincorrect place or attaching mor e than one label will cause malfunction. Label Be sure to remove the disc beforechanging a disc tray . If the tray is not aligned with the rightand left grooves, it cannot be pushed tothe end. Do not bend or force the tray . Always load 12 trays in a magazine toprevent loss or warping of trays. If you load a disc with the label general - ly printed in black facing down, not onlywill the player not be able to recognizewhether the disc is set or not, but also,the display unit will not display an errormessage to let you know about it. Somake sure all the discs in each maga - zine have their label sides facing up. Precautions when handlingmagazines Extra magazines Attaching the label Using the Compact Discs Magazine 8 2 1 Insert the magazine. Do not put your fingers in the magazinetray as this may lead to incorrect opera - tion and damage to the player . If the label on the magazine is comingoff or wrinkled up, it may damage theeject mechanism, and in some cases,the magazine may not be ejected.Therefore, remove a damaged labelcompletely before use. Never leave the door open while play - ing discs. The entry of dirt, dust, or anyother foreign matter into the player maycause it to fail. Loading the magazine T o remove the magazine Insert the magazine withthe arrow upward. 1 Slide and open the door . 2 Open it fully until it locks with a click. Press the ejectbutton. Playing Compact Discs English 9 1. Switch the radio on and tune toModulating Frequencies. The initial value is 89.1 MHz. See Page 21 regarding switching CD player transmission fr equency . If your radio does not have muting, theremay be some noise before power switchof control unit is ON. If this happens, turndown the volume of the radio. increase the number . decrease the number . 2. Press button to switch on andstar t the player . Star t the CD player Disc Number Search oror Disc Number 10 Using T rack Search/Fast Forward and Reverse Playing Compact Discs This product lets you select thetrack search function or fast for-ward/reverse function by changingthe length of the time you pressthe button. or T rack Number Elapsed play time T rack search 0.5 seconds or less Fast forward/Reverse Continue pressing decrease the number . Fast Reverse increase the number . Fast Forward 11 English Press button to pause during discplayback.Press button again to r elease pause. PausingRepeat MEMO Y ou can select a track using the track search during pause. “P AUSE” is off while a track is being sear ched. When the track sear ch ends, the found track is paused at its beginning. T rack Repeat Play the current track repeatedly . Disc Repeat Play the same disc r epeatedly . Normal play Play all disc loaded in the maga - zine in the CD player r epeatedly . Each press of button, the modechanges. MEMO Changing to a dif ferent song or using fast forward or reverse during trackrepeat will cause the mode to changeto disc repeat. Changing discs during track r epeat or disc repeat will cause the mode tochange to nor mal play . or or 1. Select the desired repeat mode. 2. Hold down button for more than 2second.Once the cur rent track has been played, the microprocessor will r
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