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RX-4508 AM/FM STEREO RECEIVER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

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X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE OPEATING INSTUCTIONS ON / STANDBY PHONES MEMOY / INPUT VOUME Safety Information EAD THIS BEFOE OPEATING YOU UNIT CAUTION ISK OF EECTIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION TO EDUCE THE ISK
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X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE OPEATING INSTUCTIONS ON / STANDBY PHONES MEMOY / INPUT VOUME Safety Information EAD THIS BEFOE OPEATING YOU UNIT CAUTION ISK OF EECTIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION TO EDUCE THE ISK OF EECTIC SHOCK, DO NOT EMOVE FONT O BACK COVE. NO USE-SEVICEABE PATS INSIDE. EFE SEVICING TO QUAIFIED SEVICE PESONNE. WANING: This symbol indicates the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. This symbol indicates important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. TO EDUCE THE ISK OF FIE O EECTIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPIANCE TO AIN O MOISTUE. CAUTION eave space around the unit for sufficient ventilation. Avoid installation in extremely hot or cold locations, or in an area that is exposed to direct sunlight or heating equipment. Keep the unit free from moisture, water, and dust. Do not let foreign objects in the unit. Keep the ventilation openings clear of items, such as newspapers, linens, or curtains. Keep open flame from candles or other sources away from the unit. Observe the local regulations regarding disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment. Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing, or place objects filled with liquids such as vases. Caution regarding installation Do not let insecticides, benzene, or thinner come in contact with the unit. Never disassemble or modify the unit in any way. Notes on the AC power cord and the wall outlet The unit remains connected to AC power as long as it is plugged into the wall outlet, even if the unit has been turned off. To completely disconnect this product from AC power, disconnect the plug from the wall socket outlet. When setting up this product, make sure that the AC outlet you are using is easily accessible. Disconnect the plug from the wall outlet when not using the unit for long periods of time. Do not block ventilation openings or stack other equipment on the top. Note: For heat dispersal, do not install this unit in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar enclosure. 2 Table of Contents 2 SAFETY INFOMATION 3 TABE OF CONTENTS 4 GETTING STATED 4 What's Included 5 Installing the emote Control Battery 5 Operating the ange of the emote Control 6 PATS DESCIPTION 6 Front Panel 7 Front Display 7 ear Panel 8 emote Control 9 MAKING CONNECTIONS 9 Connecting Speakers 9 Placing Speakers 9 Connecting Speakers Connecting Playback Components Connecting Audio Components 2 Connecting ecording Components 3 Connecting an Antenna 3 Connecting FM Antenna 4 Connecting AM Antenna 5 Connecting Power 6 OPEATING YOU SYSTEM 6 istening to Your System 6 Basic Operation 7 Muting the Sound 7 Adjusting the Sound Balance (eft and ight) 7 Adjusting the Tone (Bass and Treble) 8 istening to adio 8 Selecting the Band 8 Manual Tuning 8 Auto Tuning 8 Manual Presetting 9 Auto Presetting 20 Tuning in to Preset Stations 20 Scanning Preset Stations in Sequence 20 Switching FM Stereo/Mono Mode 2 Bluetooth 2 Pairing with the Bluetooth Device 2 istening to Music on Device 22 ecording 23 Using Other Functions 23 Setting the Sleep Timer 23 Setting the Auto Power Control 23 Adjusting the Brightness of the Fluorescent Display 24 TOUBESHOOTING 24 GENEA 24 SOUND 25 ADDITIONA INFOMATION 25 Specifications 26 Trademarks and icenses 3 ON / STANDBY PHONES CD DIECT BASS AUX MEMO/ ENTE PHONO MUTE BUETOOTH DISPAY SEACH MODE TEBE A B MO/ST SEEP BAANCE C-57 POWE SPEAKE DIMME VOUME MEMOY / INPUT VOUME Getting Started What's Included Main unit emote control ( ea) Battery FM Antenna ( ea) AM Antenna ( ea) Warranty User Manual ( ea) Warranty ( ea) 4 ON / STANDBY PHONES MEMOY / INPUT VOUME Getting Started Installing the emote Control Battery emove the battery cover. 2 Insert two AAA size batteries with the polarity matched properly. Always use alkaline batteries, and do not use the rechargeable batteries (Ni-Cd type). If the batteries run out, remove the old batteries and replace them with new ones within several minutes. If the batteries are removed or have been exhausted for a longer period of time, memorized contents will be cleared. In this case, you should memorize them again. If the battery is placed incorrectly, it can cause explosion. emove the battery if the remote control is not used for a long period of time. Do not leave the product in a hot or humid place. Do not handle and store the battery with metallic tools. Operating the ange of the emote Control Use the remote control within a range of about 7 meters (23 feet) and angles of up to 30 degrees aiming at the remote control sensor. 5 Parts Description Front Panel ON / STANDBY MEMOY / INPUT VOUME PHONES ON/STANDBY Button 2 Bluetooth Indicator 3 I Sensor 4 Display 5 Headphone Connector 6 Memory Button 7 Tune/Preset Select Button 8 Function Buttons Tuning Up/Down - See page 8. Preset Up/Down - See page 8. Auto Tuning - See page 8. Bluetooth Playback Control - See page 2. 9 Input Selector 0 Volume Control 6 Parts Description Front Display Information Display 2 Headphone Indicator 3 Stereo Indicator 4 Tuned indicator 5 Sleep Timer Indicator 6 Preset Indicator 7 Station Memory Indicator 8 Preset Station Indicator 9 Tone Direct Indicator ear Panel adio Antenna Connectors 2 Phono Connectors 3 Audio Input Connectors 4 Audio Output Connectors 5 Speaker Connectors 6 AC Input Cord 7 X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE emote Control POWE 9 Numeric Buttons 2 Preset Button 3 Source Select Buttons 4 Tone Control Button CD DIECT BASS 0 AUX MEMO/ ENTE PHONO MUTE VOUME BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH TEBE A SPEAKE B DIMME MO/ST SEEP BAANCE / Preset Up/Down Buttons / Tuning Up/Down Buttons MEMO/ENTE Memory/Enter Button 6 Balance Adjust Buttons 7 Bluetooth Button 8 Bass Up/Down Buttons 9 Treble Up/Down Buttons 0 Bluetooth Previous/ewind Button Bluetooth Next/Fast Forward Button 2 Bluetooth Play/Pause Button 3 Volume Up/Down Buttons 4 Mute Button 5 Mono/Stereo Select Button 6 Sleep Button 7 Dimmer Button 8 Speaker Select Button 9 Power Button C-57 8 Making Connections Connecting Speakers Placing Speakers Determine the locations for your speaker placement according to their manufacturer s directions and the layout of your listening room. eft and right speakers Place the speakers with their front surfaces as flush to the TV or monitor screen as possible. Place each speaker so that sound is aimed at where listener's ears would be in the main listening position. Connecting Speakers Carefully check the left () and right () channels and the polarities on the speakers being connected to this receiver. Connecting Speaker Wires Strip away approx. 0 mm (3/8 inch) of wire insulation, and then tightly twist the wire ends. 3 Insert the bare part of the wire. 2 oosen the speaker terminal by turning it counter-clockwise. 4 Tighten the speaker terminal by turning it clockwise. 9 X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE ear Panel Speaker A eft Speaker A ight Speaker B ight Speaker B eft Be sure to connect speakers firmly and accurately according to the channel (left and right) and the polarity (+ and ). If the connections are incorrect, no sound will be produced by the speakers, and if the polarity of the speaker connection is incorrect, the sound will be unnatural and tinny. Be sure to use the speakers with the impedance of 8 ohms or above. Do not let bare speaker wires touch each other or any metal part of this receiver. This could damage the main unit and/or the speakers. Never touch the speaker terminals while the AC input cord is connected to the wall AC outlet. Doing so could result in electric shock. 0 Making Connections Connecting Playback Components Source devices are components from which a playback signal originates, e.g., a Blu-ray Disc or DVD player; a set-top box, or HDTV tuner, etc. Connecting Audio Components Audio Connection Make audio connections from your source devices. Ensure the left () and right () channels and the inputs and outputs are correctly connected. To listen to the sound of a connected audio device, select AUX as the input source. Phono Connection You can use the PHONO input jack to connect turntable. ear Panel ear Panel Turntable with MM type cartridge Do not connect the turntable with MC type cartridge directly. If so, use a separate head amplifier or step-up transformer. TV, DVD Player, etc. ON / STANDBY PHONES MEMOY / INPUT VOUME X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE istening with Headphones Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack on the front panel. Connecting ecording Components You can connect audio recording devices to the AUX OUT jacks. You can make an audio recording from the built-in tuner or from an audio source connected to the main unit. ear Panel PHONES Be careful not to set the volume too high when using headphones. AUDIO IN 2 Making Connections Connecting an Antenna To listen to radio stations, connect the FM wire antenna and AM loop antenna as illustrated below. Outdoor Antenna 2 emove the indoor antenna if it is connected. Connect the FM outdoor antenna to the FM antenna terminal. Connecting FM Antenna To strengthen the signal reception, extend the antenna to its full length. Indoor Antenna 2 Connect the FM indoor antenna to the FM antenna terminal. Change the position of the antenna until you get the best reception of your favorite FM stations. ear Panel ear Panel 3 X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE Connecting AM Antenna 2 3 Assemble the AM loop antenna as illustrated below. Place the antenna as far as possible from the main unit, TV set, speaker cords and the AC input cord, and set the direction for the best reception. If the reception is poor with the AM loop antenna, it is recommended to replace it with an AM outdoor antenna. ear Panel ear Panel 4 Making Connections Connecting Power Make sure to plug in only after you have connected all your components to the main unit. Plug the supplied AC power cord into the wall outlet. ear Panel AC power cord To the wall outlet 5 Operating Your System istening to Your System Basic Operation You can listen to audio by following the basic procedures below. Turn on the connected component. 2 Turn on the main unit. On the main unit, press ON/STANDBY. On the remote control, press POWE. 4 Select the input source you want to play back. On the main unit, press INPUT. Each time the button is pressed, the display changes in the following order: FM AM CD AUX PHONO Bluetooth AUDIO On the remote control, press a source select button. INPUT CD AUX D MUTE VOUME PESE PHONO ON / STANDBY POWE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE A SPEAKE With the receiver in Standby mode, you can also turn the power on by pressing an Input Selector button on the remote control. Select the speakers you want to play. On the remote control, press SPEAKE A or SPEAKE B. SPK A(or/and)B is displayed. 5 6 Start playback of the component you selected in step. During playback, you can adjust the volume level. On the main unit, rotate the volume controller. On the remote control, press VOUME -/+. DIECT MEMO/ ENTE MUTE VOUME 2 3 A BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE SPEAKE B DIMME MO/ST SEEP 0 When using the headphone, press the corresponding speaker button to switch off both A and B speakers. 6 Operating Your System Muting the Sound You can mute the sound temporarily by pressing MUTE. Press MUTE to mute the sound. DIECT MUTE VOUME Adjusting the Tone (Bass and Treble) You can adjust the tone (bass and treble) as desired. Select the tone control mode by pressing DIECT. TON CT is displayed on the display panel. MEMO/ ENTE DIECT MUTE VOUME 2 BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE Press MUTE or VOUME - / + to turn on the sound. MEMO/ ENTE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE DIECT MUTE VOUME MEMO/ ENTE If you want to listen to a program source without the tone effect, select the tone direct mode by pressing DIECT. TON DI and DI. are displayed on the display panel. BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE Adjusting the Sound Balance (eft and ight) Adjust the sound volume balance between the left and right speakers by pressing -BAANCE or BAANCE-. The each sound balance level can be adjusted up to 0. It is recommended the balance to be adjusted to 0. 2 Adjust the tone as desired by pressing BASS -/+ or Treble -/+. The tone level can be adjusted within the range of -0 ~ +0 db. It is recommended the bass and treble to be adjusted to 0 db (flat level). BASS BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE TEBE MEMO/ ENTE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE BASS TEBE Extreme settings at high volume may damage your speakers. 7 X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE istening to adio Selecting the Band Select FM or AM tuner as the input source. On the main unit, press INPUT repeatedly. On the remote control, press repeatedly. INPUT MO/ST SEEP 0 CD AUX PHONO DIECT MUTE VOUME Auto Tuning Press and hold or for more than second. On the main unit, press and hold or for more than second. The tuner keeps searching until a station with strong signal strength is found. The display shows the tuned frequency. If the found station is not the desired one, simply repeat this operation. Stations with weak signal strength are skipped during auto tuning. DIECT MUTE VOUME MEMO/ ENTE When FM stereo broadcasts are poor, select FM mono mode to reduce the noise. For details, see Switching FM Stereo/Mono Mode on page 20. Manual Tuning Select a desired station. On the main unit, press or repeatedly. On the remote control, press or repeatedly. DIECT MUTE VOUME Manual Presetting 2 BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE Tune to the desired station with auto or manual tuning. Press MEMO/ENTE. On the main unit, press MEMOY. AUTO MEM blinks on the display panel. MEMOY DIECT MEMO/ ENTE MUTE VOUME MEMO/ ENTE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE 8 Operating Your System 3 Select a desired preset number (~30). On the main unit, press or. On the remote control, press or. A stored station is erased from the memory by storing another station in its place. DIECT MUTE VOUME Auto Presetting Press and hold MEMO/ENTE for more than 2 seconds. AUTO MEM blinks and the main unit begins to preset stations with strong signals. Up to 30 FM stations may be stored. To stop auto presetting, press MEMO/ ENTE again. MEMO/ ENTE DIECT MUTE VOUME BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE MEMO/ ENTE 4 When you set a preset number by pressing numeric buttons on the remote control, you can skip the step 4. Confirm your selection. On the main unit, press MEMOY. On the remote control, press MEMO/ ENTE. The station has now been stored in the memory. A stored station is erased from the memory by storing another station in its place. BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE Auto preset is performed only when you select FM tuner as a input source. FM stations with weak signal strength cannot be stored to memory. DIECT MUTE VOUME MEMO/ ENTE 5 BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE epeat the above steps - 4 to store another station. 9 X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE Tuning in to Preset Stations Select a desired preset number. On the main unit, press or. On the remote control, press or. DIECT MEMO/ ENTE MUTE VOUME BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE Scanning Preset Stations in Sequence 2 Press Preset. The receiver starts scanning the stations in the preset sequence. Press Preset again to stop scanning B DIMME MO/ST SEEP CD AUX PHONO If you select a desired preset number by pressing or on the main unit, be sure to select preset mode. When you select preset mode, is displayed on the display panel. You can select a desired preset number by pressing numeric buttons on the remote control. Stations with weak signals will not be scanned, and will therefore not be sampled. Switching FM Stereo/Mono Mode 2 Select FM tuner as the input source. On the main unit, press INPUT repeatedly. On the remote control, press repeatedly. Press the MO/ST B DIMME MO/ST SEEP CD AUX PHONO 20 Operating Your System Bluetooth Bluetooth technology is a short-range wireless technology that enables wireless data communication between digital devices. You can enjoy music wirelessly with a music player featuring Bluetooth wireless technology such as MP3 player, mobile phone, etc.. Pairing with the Bluetooth Device Select Bluetooth AUDIO as the input source. On the main unit, press INPUT repeatedly. On the remote control, press BUETOOTH. INPUT BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE 5 When pairing is completed, CONNECTED is displayed on the display panel and the Bluetooth indicator is turned on. If the last paired device in range during pairing mode, the device will connect automatically. istening to Music on Device To Pause Playback During playback, press. Playback will stop at the point where the button is pressed. To resume playback from this point, press the button again. BASS TEBE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE BASS TEBE Place the device near the main unit within 30 feet (0 meters). Perform pairing on the device to detect main unit. PAIING is displayed on the display panel and the Bluetooth indicator blinks. Select X-4508 in the device list. If X-4508 is not displayed, repeat from step. If PIN code is required, enter 0000 on the device. Depending on the device, Bluetooth PAUSE is delayed on the display panel. Depending on the device, connection is automatically made without enter the PIN code. 2 X-4508 AM/FM STEEO ECEIVE To Skip Forward or Backward Each time the button is pressed, a track is skipped forward or backward. On the main unit, press or. On the remote control, press or. BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BASS BAANCE TEBE To Search Forward or Backward Each time the button is pressed and held, playback point is moved forward or backward. On the main unit, press and hold or for more than second. On the remote control, press and hold or for more than second. ecording You can make an audio recording from the builtin tuner or from an audio source connected to the receiver (such as a CD player or TV). Keep in mind you can t make a digital recording from an analog source or vice-versa, so make sure the components you are recording to/from are hooked up in the same way. (For details on connection, see Connecting Playback Components on page.) The receiver s volume, Audio parameters (the tone controls, for example), and surround effects have no effect on the recorded signal. Some digital sources are copy-protected, and can only be recorded in analog. Select the desired recording source. CD AUX PHONO D MUTE VOUME BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE BUETOOTH DISPAY MODE SEACH BAANCE BASS TEBE 2 3 Start recording on the component. Start play on the desired input. The audio signal from the desired input will be dubbed on the recorder and you can enjoy them from the speakers. The volume and tone (bass and treble) settings have no effect on the recording signals. When recording the audio signals from AUX, cannot be recorded on the same AUX jack. (For example, the audio signal from AUX IN cannot be recorded on AUX OUT.) 22 Operating Your System Using Other Functions Setting the Sleep Timer You can set a specified period of time before the main unit is automatically shut. Press SEEP. Each time the button is pressed, the sleep time changes as follows: Off Unit: minutes While operating the sleep timer, lights up. When the sleep time is selected, the fluorescent display is dimly lit B DIMME MO/ST SEEP CD AUX PHONO Setting the Auto Power Control You can set the standby time for the system to be turned off. The default setting value is 6H. Press and hold SEEP for more than 3 seconds. Each time this button is pressed, the auto power control time changes as follows: Off 2h 4h 6h When you play music via Bluetooth, the auto power control does not works. Adjusting the Brightness of the Fluorescent Display You can select the brightness of the fluorescent display as desired. Press DIMME. Each time the button is pressed, the display mode changes as follows: On Dimmer Off In the display Off mode, pressing any button will restore the display On mode B DIMME MO/ST
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