Sharp MD-M3H manual

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    MD MICRO SYSTEM OPERA TION MANU AL MODEL MD-M3H Pa g e SPECIAL NO TES ...........................[...]

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    TERMS OF GU ARANTEE Shar p Electronics (UK) Ltd. ("Shar p") guarantees to provide f or th[...]

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    1 NO TE FOR USERS IN THE U .K. The mains lead of this product is fitted with a non- rewireab le (mo[...]

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    2 AM loop aerial × 1 ■ General ● Please ensure that the equipment is positioned in a well [...]

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    3 ■ Fr ont panel 1. P ower On/stand-b y Button 2. (MD) Display Button 3. Timer Stand-by Indic[...]

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    (Continued) 4 ■ Displa y window 1. Level Meters 2. Character Information Displa y 3. Surround[...]

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    (Continued) 5 ■ Remote contr ol 1. Remote Control T ransmitter LED 2. (RDS) Programme T ype/[...]

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    6 PREP ARA TION FOR USE ■ Aerial connection ■ Speaker connection ● Unplug the A C power lead[...]

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    7 (Continued) ■ Removing the speaker grilles ■ Connecting the A C power lead Connect the AC [...]

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    8 15 ● 2 "AA" size batt eries (UM/SUM-3, R6, HP-7 or similar) 15 Remote sensor 0.2 m -[...]

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    9 SETTING THE CLOCK 4,6,8 2 1 3,5,7 , 9 1 Press the ON/ST AND-BY button to turn the power on. 2 Pr[...]

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    10 SOUND CONTR OL ■ V olume (Main unit operation) When the VOLUME control is turned clockwise, th[...]

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    11 COMP A CT DISC OPERA TION ■ CD pla yback DISC TOC TRACK MEMORY RANDOM TOTAL REMAIN REC kHz MH[...]

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    12 MINIDISC OPERA TION ■ MD pla ybac k 2 1 4 7 4 H 1 2 H 3 DISC MEMORY RANDOM TOTAL REMAIN REC kH[...]

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    13 06 2 4 5 3 5 3 2 4 06 CONVENIENT CD AND MD OPERA TION ■ APSS (A uto Program Sear ch Sys- tem) [...]

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    14 ■ APMS (Automatic Pr ogrammable Music Selector) 1 Select the desired programme source , CD or [...]

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    15 DISPLAY DISPLAY ■ Switching the time displa y Each time the TIME b utton is pressed during pl[...]

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    16 RADIO OPERA TION 2,3,5 1 1 2,3,5 4 ■ T uning 1 Press the ON/ST AND-BY button to turn the powe[...]

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    17 (Continued) 2,4 2,4 3 3 ■ Preset tuning Y ou can store up to 40 stations in memory (40 sta- t[...]

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    18 Descriptions of the PTY (Programme T ype) codes, TP (T raffic Programme) and T A (T raffic Annou[...]

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    19 (Continued) SCIENCE: Programmes about the natural scien- ces and technology . V ARIED: Used for [...]

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    20 (Continued) ■ ASPM (Auto Station Pr ogram Memory) It is recommended that you store stations in[...]

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    21 (Continued) 2,3 1 1 2,3 4,6 4,6 5 5 5 Within 6 seconds, press the PRESET ( X or W ) button to se[...]

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    22 T o try to store a station name again, if the wrong name was stored in memory b y mis- take: When[...]

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    23 (Continued) 6 Whilst the selected programme type is flashing (within 4 seconds), press the PTY .[...]

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    24 PRESET ( X W ) PRESET ( X W ) (Continued) ■ T o manually recall the stations stored in memor[...]

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    25 2 4 3 (Continued) 5 When a programme of the type specified starts on an ON (other network) stati[...]

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    26 (Continued) 2 4 3 ■ EON-TI (Main unit operation) 1 T une in the desired RDS station (when a st[...]

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    27 (Continued) In the f ollowing cases, the EON stand-b y mode will be cancelled. ● Press the ON/S[...]

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    28 ■ Differences from tape recor dings Y ou cannot recor d music on the re- verse side of a MiniD[...]

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    29 ■ Recor ding from a CD onto a MiniDisc (One-T ouc h Editing) A CD can be recorded to a MiniDis[...]

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    30 ■ APMS recording CD 0 MD EDIT (HIGH /NORMAL) H 4 1 H 1 3 4 2 2 3 H 1 Select tracks f or APMS[...]

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    31 3 2 3 4 4 H H 5 5 ■ Recording fr om the b uilt-in radio onto a MiniDisc 1 T une in to the desi[...]

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    32 DIVIDE A single trac k can be divided into two at an y desired position. ● The numbers of the t[...]

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    33 ■ T o create a disc name A name f or the whole disc. Disc names are displa yed when an MD is [...]

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    34 1 During playback or in the pause mode , press the NAME/T OC EDIT button. REC SLEEP 2 Within 10 [...]

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    35 ■ T o change disc names and trac k names T o add a character: Example: T o chang e “BET?[...]

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    36 ■ Divide ■ Combine 1 Pla y the track which you w ant to divide into two , and press the 0 6[...]

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    37 ■ Mo ve 4 Select the new tr ack position pressing the or button. ● T o cancel the operati[...]

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    38 ■ Erase T o erase all of the tracks at once: 1 Press the ■ button. ● The total number of [...]

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    39 TIMER OPERA TION ■ Timer playbac k Before timer pla yback, the follo wing preparations are req[...]

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    40 ■ Timer recording Bef ore timer recording, the follo wing preparations are required. ● Load [...]

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    41 Sleep timer setting Timer playback (record) setting Timer playback (record) start 1 minute - 2 [...]

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    42 ■ Connecting external units Before connecting e xter nal units, set this unit to the stand-b y[...]

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    43 ■ Listening to sound from an e xter- nal unit T o listen to sound from an external unit connec[...]

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    44 The disc is stored in a cartr idge. Y ou can handle it easily without worrying about dust, fing[...]

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    45 Even if the maxim um recording time of a MiniDisc has not been reached, “TOC FULL ” ma y be [...]

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    46 (Continued) Symptom ● A recording cannot be made. ● Even though a disc has been loaded, “[...]

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    47 When an error message is display ed, proceed as follo ws: Error messages BLANK MD CAN’T EDIT CA[...]

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    48 RESETTING THE MICROCOM- PUTER MAINTENANCE ■ Internal care ● Do not touch the Laser pickup l[...]

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    49 SPECIFICA TIONS As par t of our policy of continuous improv ement, SHARP reser ves the right to m[...]

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    50 MEMO[...]