Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product CA-UXQ1S JVC
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MICRO COMPONENT MD SYSTEM MD 微型组合音响 For hiding the demonstra tion display, refer to page 9. 有关隐藏演示显示的详情，请参阅 第 9 页。 UX-Q1S Consist s of CA-UXQ1S and SP-UXQ1S 由 CA-UXQ1S 和 SP-UXQ1S 组成 UX-Q1W Consist s of CA-UXQ1W and SP-UXQ1W 由 CA-UXQ1W 和 SP-UXQ1W 组成 INSTRUCTIONS 使用说明书 L VT1218-002A [UB] English 中 文 UX-Q1[UB]-01.
G-1 IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS / 镭射产品的重要说明 CAUTION T o reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.: 1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2. Do not expos e this app liance to rain o r moist ure. 注意 为了减少触电、火灾等危险 ： 1.
G-2 CAUTION — Proper V entilatio n T o a void risk of electr ic shock a nd fi re and to prote ct from damage, locate th e appara tus as f ollows: T op /Front/B ack/Sid es: No ob struction s should be plac ed in the are as shown by the dimensio ns belo w .
1 T a ble of Content s marks refer to operation used frequently . Y o u can quickly learn the general usage of this product by reading those parts only . Notes on Operation .............................. 2 Special Cautions .....................
Introduction 2 English Introduction Notes on Operation T o minimize the need for servicing and maint ain the high quality of this product, do not place the main unit in the following locations: • In a position subject to high humidity or consid- erable dust • On an uneven or unstable surface • Near a heat source • Near a computer , fluorescent light or other elec- tric appliance • In a small room with insufficient ventilation • In a position exposed to direct sunlight • In a position exposed to excessive cold • In a position exposed to strong vibration • Near a TV , amplifier , or tuner • Near a magnetic source CAUTION • The operating temperature of this product is 5 ° C to 35 ° C.
3 S pecial Cautions ■ Important cautions Inst allation of the system • Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold; between 5 ° C and 35 ° C. • Leave sufficient distance between the system and the TV . • Do not use the system in a place subject to vibration.
Introduction 4 English Prep aration Preparation Part Description * This terminal is for connecting a pa ir of headphones equipped with a st ereo mini plug (commercially avail- able). While the headphones are connected, the speakers do not produce any sound.
5 Remote Control CAUTION • Do not use a used battery and a new battery together . • Do not use different types of batteries at the same time. • T ake out the batteries if the remote control is not to be used for a long time. Otherwise it may cause a leakage.
Introduction 6 English Prep aration Connections 1 Set up the AM loop antenna (supplied). 2 Connect the antenna cord. 3 T urn the AM loop antenna to find the best position for radio reception. Place the AM loop antenna as far from the main unit as possible.
7 (Continued) Connections S tretch out the FM antenna to the best position for radio reception, and then fix it with adhesive tape. ■ When radio reception with the supplied FM antenna is poor , or when using a communal antenna When using an antenna ot her than those supplied with this product, refer to the operation manuals for the antenna and converter for details of connection.
Introduction 8 English Prep aration There is no difference bet ween the lef t and right speakers. CAUTION • Do not short-circuit the and speaker termi- nals. Doing so may damage the speakers. • Do not connect other speakers together with the supplied speakers.
9 (Continued) Connections CAUTION • Before connecting other equipment, turn off both the main unit and other equipment. • After making all other necessary connections, connect in the power plug. When you connect the powe r plug into the AC out- let, "DEMO ST ART!" appears in the display win- dow and the demonstration display starts.
10 English Basic Operations Basic Operations Basic Operations About this manual • This manual explains the operations assuming that you will use the remote con- trol. Some buttons on the main unit are the same as those on the remote control. Y ou can use either button in this case.
11 (Continued) Basic Operations Press (or on the main unit). • With the power off, pressing either button turns on the main unit. Remote control: Main unit: Pressing one of these buttons other than or changes the sound source.
12 English Basic Operations NOTE • While the sound mode is activated, "NO OPER- A TE" is displayed and you cannot adjust the sound quality ( page 1 1). Canceling the sound mode returns both the bass and treble sounds to "0".
13 (Continued) Basic Operations 3 Press to adjust the intensity of the component color . • Y ou can adjust the color intensity within the range "0" to "3". Y ou cannot set all three component colors (red, green, and blue) to "0" at the same time.
Introduction 14 English Listening to Radio Broadcast s Listening to Radio Broadcasts Listening to Radio Broadcast s This product can receive FM and AM radio broad- casts. Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz ap art, and other countries use 10 kHz spacing.
15 (Continued) Listening to Radio Broadcasts Y ou can store up to 30 FM radio stations and up to 15 AM radio stations. ■ While the broadcast from the radio station you want to preset is being received 1 Press . • The preset number flashes for approxi- mately 5 seconds.
Introduction 16 English Listening to CDs/MDs Listening to Radio Broadcasts Listening to CDs/MDs 1 Press on the main unit. • The CD tray comes out. 2 Place a CD on the CD tray . • When you want to listen to an 8 cm CD, place it on the inner ho llow of the CD tray .
17 (Continued) Listening to CDs/MDs ■ When the main unit is turned on 1 Insert an MD. CAUTION • Do not insert an MD while the main unit is turned off. Forcibly inserting an MD may damage the main unit. 2 Press . ■ Display while an MD is being played back • When the track title has been set to the track, the track title appears first.
Introduction 18 English Listening to CDs/MDs Press the number buttons ( - or ) to select the track you want to listen to. • Refer to "Using the number buttons" ( page 10). Y ou can play back just the tracks from a group which you want to listen to.
19 (Continued) Listening to CDs/MDs 3 Press the number buttons ( - or ) to select the track numbers. • Refer to "Using the number buttons" ( pag e 1 0) . NOTE • When you want to erase the program, press while playback is stopped.
Introduction 20 English Listening to CDs/MDs This function allows you to search titles for tracks or groups in an MD. 1 Press , and then press . 2 Press repeatedly to select the sarch type. 3 Press . Example: While track titles are being searched 4 Enter the title you want to find.
21 Listening to Cassette Tapes Listening to Cassette T a pes 1 Insert a cassette t ape. CAUTION • Before using a cassette tape, wind up any slack in the cassette tape. ( page 45) • Do not use long cassette tapes such as C-120 or C-150. Long cassette tapes are thin and stretch easily , and may become tangled in the inner part of the main unit.
Introduction 22 English Listening to Cassette T apes/ Listening to Other Equipment 3 Press . • Playback start s. • When the main unit is turned off, pressing automatically turns on the main unit. • Each time you press , the cassette tape playback direction changes.
23 Recording Sound Recording Sound to MDs Main unit Remote control 1 Press , and then press . • The CD is selected as the sound source and playback is stopped. 2 Insert an MD. • Close the write protect knob on the MD beforehand ( page 45).
I 24 English Recording Sound NOTE • The recorded sound level is automatically adjusted. • The CD rotates at high speed during high speed recording. Therefore, depe nding on the condition of the CD, the sound may be recorded improperly and affected by noise.
25 (Continued) Recording Sound to MDs • It may be unlawful to record or playback copyright material without the consent of the copyright owner . • Y ou can record tracks having different MDLP modes onto a single MD. • Y ou cannot use the monaural extended record- ing function with this product.
I 26 English Recording Sound 4 While the track mark options are displayed, press to select a track mark option. • Each time you press , the display toggles as follows. 5 Press on the main unit. Example: Display during FM radio broadcast recording • When recording the sound from other equipment, wait until "AUX → MD" appears, and then start playback of the connected equipment.
27 Recording Sound to Cassette T a pes Main unit Remote control NOTE • The sound input level during recording is automati- cally adjusted. • When you record tracks from a CD or MD, a 4- second blank is inserted between tracks in the recording.
I 28 English Recording Sound Example: Display while CD sound is recorded. • When you record from a CD or MD, all tracks are recorded to the cassette tape. • When you want to reco rd sound from other equipment, start play back on the connected equipment.
29 Editing MDs Giving (Editing) T itles • Y ou cannot edit an MD while its write protect knob is open ( page 45). When you attempt to edit a protected MD, "DISC PROTECTED" appears. • When you finish editing, "EDITING" appears, then "WRITING" flashes and the edited setting is recorded to the MD.
Introduction 30 English Editing MDs NOTE • Number of characters th at can be entered to an MD Y ou can enter up to 1, 792 characters to each MD, with up to 61 characters to each track. However , the actual number of characters that you can enter is less than the number indicated here because of restrictions of the MD writing method.
31 Editing T racks Example: Dividing a tune into tune A and tune B ■ While the track you want to divide is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "DIVIDE?". 2 Press . • Y ou can also select the track number with , or the number buttons.
Introduction 32 English Editing MDs Y ou can join two adjacent tracks into one track. Example: Joining tune A and tune B ■ While the second track (track 2 in the exam- ple shown above) to which you want to join the first track is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "JOIN?".
33 (Continued) Editing T racks 6 Press . NOTE • During editing, you can return to the previous step by pressing . Y ou can quit the editing operation by pressing . Example: Erasing tune B CAUTION • Once you erase a track, you cannot retrieve it.
Introduction 34 English Editing MDs Editing T racks by Group Y ou can sort tracks into 99 groups maximum. Y ou can group tracks to gether . A sequence of tracks that is not regist ered in any group can be grouped. Example: Forming tune A, tune B and tune C into a group ■ While the track which you want to specify as the first in the group (track 1 in the exam- ple shown above) is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "FORM GR?".
35 (Continued) Editing T racks by Group Y ou can add a track to th e specified group as the last track of the group. Example: Adding tune F to group 1 ■ While the track which you want to add to a group (track 6 in the example shown above) is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "ENTR Y GR?".
Introduction 36 English Editing MDs Y ou can join two adjacent groups. Example: Joining group 1 and group 2 ■ While the track in the second group to which you want to join the first group (group 2 in the example shown above) is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "JOIN GR?".
37 (Continued) Editing T racks by Group Example: Canceling group 1 ■ While a track in the group you want to can- cel (group 1 in the example shown above) is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "UNGROUP?". 2 Press . Example: When you want to cancel group 1 • Y ou can also select a group number with or .
Introduction 38 English Editing MDs Y ou can erase a group including all tracks in the group. Example: Erasing group 2 CAUTION • Once you erase a track, you cannot retrieve it. Before erasing a track, co nfirm that you no longer need it. ■ While a track in the group you want to erase (group 2 in the example shown above) is being played back 1 Press repeatedly to select "ERASE GR?".
39 Convenient Functions Using the T imers When the specified time passes, the main unit automatically turns off. Press . • Each time you press , the time display (in minutes) toggles as follows. Example: T o set the sleep timer to 60 minutes NOTE • When you set the sleep timer , the display window automatically dims.
Introduction 40 English Convenient Functions 5 Press or to select "ONCE" or "EVER YDA Y". ONCE : The recording timer works once. EVERYDA Y: The recording timer works every day . 6 Press . 7 Press or to select "REC TIMER".
41 (Continued) Using the T imers 1 Prep are the sound source you want to play back . 2 Press repeatedly to select "TIMER1", "TIMER2" or "TIMER3". Example: When "TIMER2" is selected 3 Press . 4 Set the st arting time and ending time.
Introduction 42 English Convenient Functions NOTE • During operation, you can return to the previous step by pressing . Y ou can quit the playback timer settings by pressing . The settings are not stored. • When the playback timer starts, the volume grad- ually increases to the selected level.
43 CD/MD Ejection Lock Y ou can prohibit ejecti on of a CD and MD. ■ When the main unit is turned off While holding down , press on the main unit. Even if you press or , "LOCKED" appears in the display wi ndow and the CD or MD does not come out.
Introduction 44 English Reference Reference Restrictions on MDs MDs employ an original recording me thod different from th ose used for cassette t apes and digital audio tapes. Because the MD recording me thod has some restrict ions, the following phen omena may occur .
45 Handling CDs/MDs/Cassette T apes • Do not put adhesive tape or stickers, or write on a CD. • Do not bend a CD. • Be sure not to use heart/flower shaped CDs or other irregularly shaped CDs. The use of such CDs damages the main unit. • Be sure not to use thinners, benzenes, cleaners for analog records, or other chemical agents.
Introduction 46 English Reference MD/CD Messages MD message Meaning Possible solution CANNOT ENTRY! Y ou are trying to add a track that already belongs to the group. Select groupable tracks. ( page 35) CANNOT FORM! Y ou are trying to form a new group with a sequence of tracks included in other groups.
47 T roubleshooting Check the following points before contacting the JVC service center . Problem Possible cause Possible solution Reference pag e No sound is produced from the speakers. Improper connection. Connect a ll cords properly as in "Con- nections".
Introduction 48 English Reference S pecifications ■ MD/CD receiver (CA-UXQ1S/ CA-UXQ1W) Amplifier Output power 20 W + 20 W at 4 Ω (10% THD) Input terminals <Analogue> AUX×1, 500 mV/47 k Ω :LEVEL1 250 mV/47 k Ω :LEVEL2 Output terminals <Analogue> S peaker×1, 20 W/4 Ω Impedance 4 Ω - 16 Ω Headphone (×1), 25 mW/32 Ω Impedance 16 Ω - 1 k Ω T uner Frequency FM:87.
0804SKMMODJEM UX-Q1S/UX-Q1W MICRO COMPONENT MD SYSTEM 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Limited EN, CS c UX-Q1[UB]-BackCo v.
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