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Power sources
This unit can be powered with three kinds of supplies including the batteries, household power line and car battery.
VOLUME
PHONES
LINE OUT
DC-IN
DC-IN
÷
When the unit is not used, unplug the car battery adapter. (Otherwise, the car battery may run out, with some
car models.)
÷
The plug may not match the cigar lighter socket of some car models.
÷
If the unit cannot be operated with the car battery adapter connected, suspect the possibility of a blown fuse.
The fuse can be replaced by turning the electrode on the tip
of the adapter plug. When replacing the fuse, be
sure to use a fuse with a rating of 1 A.
Notes
Notes
Notes
VOLUME
PHONES
LINE OUT
DC-IN
AC power outlet
DC-IN
AC power adaptor
Using the AC adaptor
Using the car battery
adaptor
Rechargeable battery operation
Always use the specially provided rechargeable battery (NB-88) or a separately sold rechargeable batteries NB-88 or NB-77.
Never use the batteries other than the
batteries authorized by Kenwood.
Loading the batteries
1
Open the battery
cover.
OPEN
2
1
MAIN
/CHARGE
MAIN
/CHARGE
SUB
SUB
÷
Insert 2 rechargeable batteries into the side
of the battery case where "MAIN/
CHARGE" is displayed.
÷
Make sure the positive (+) and negative (-)
poles are properly aligned.
Charging the rechargeable
batteries
1
Switch the power OFF.
2
Plug in the AC adaptor.
3
Press the
Å°
key twice quickly.
4
Removing the AC adapter.
After the batteries have been charged,
remove the AC adapter.
Notes
Notes
÷
When using a rechargeable battery which is new or which has not been used for more than 2
months, the operating period may be shorter than nomal. This is due to the properties of the
battery and not a malfunction.
After recharging, use the battery on the unit unitl it is exhausted. The original performance of the
battery perfomance can be recovered by repeating this cycle a few times.
÷
Recharging is not possible during playback. Be sure to switch the power OFF before starting
recharging.
÷
Be sure to close the top cover of the unit before proceeding to recharging.
÷
Recharging completes in about 6 hours. Avoid recharging batteries over 6 hours.
÷
Rechargeable batteries can be recharged for about 500 times. When the playable time per
recharge reduces, please newly purchase the optional (NB-88 or NB-77) rechargeable batteries.
÷
When charging is to be stopped, press
the
key once to supply power, and then press the
Å° key to switch off the power.
Lit
Goes off
Charging in progress
Charging completed
Operation returns
to power OFF
status.
2
Insert 2 rechargeable batteries
and close the cover.
Battery Type
Blinking Timing
Treatment
Battery indicator
Rechargeable
batteries
Alkaline batteries
When the batteries is nearly exhausted.
When the batteries are half exhausted.
In a while, the power will be turned off automatically.
Then recharge the batteries.
Playback is possible while the indicator is blinking.
Battery duration indicator
The duration at which the battery
indicator starts to blink is variable
depending on the type of battery used.
Refer to the table on the right.
When operating the unit with 2 alkaline batteries
1
Open the batteries cover.
MAIN
/CHARGE
MAIN
/CHARGE
SUB
SUB
÷
Insert 2 AA alkaline batteries into the side
of the battery case where "MAIN/
CHARGE" is displayed.
÷
Make sure the positive (+) and negative (-)
poles are properly aligned.
÷
Use commercially available AA (LR6)
batteries.
The unit may not operate
normally if manganese batteries are used.
÷
Replace both batteries at the same time.
OPEN
2
1
2
Insert 2 alkaline batteries
and close the cover.
When operating the unit with 4 batteries
This unit can be operated with 4 alkaline batteries, or with 2 rechargeable
batteries and 2 alkaline batteries.
When 4 batteries are used, the unit will
operate for a longer time.
÷
When 4 batteries are used, make sure they are arranged so that batteries of the same type
are in line horizontally (see illustration).
÷
Do not combine batteries that have different model numbers (NB-88, NB-77).
÷
Exchange the same type of batteries at the same time.
Always pay attention to the following contents when the unit is to be used
with four batteries.
Caution: Read this page carefully to ensure safe operation.
Rechargeable
battery
Dry battery
Rechargeable
battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Rechargeable
battery
Rechargeable
battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Dry battery
Rechargeable
battery
Rechargeable
battery
Playback from the first track
1
Open the top cover.
÷
Insert with labeled side up.
÷
Secure the disc by pushing a position near
the center hole unit it clicks.
÷
Close securely by pushing the front center
position of the top cover unit it clicks.
3
Set the HOLD switch to OFF.
4
Start playback.
÷
Before any operation, be sure to set the
HOLD
switch to
OFF
.
÷
The power comes
ON
and playback begins.
Elapsed time of
track being played
Track number
VOLUME
E
5
Adjust the volume
To increase
volume
To decrease
volume
To pause playback temporarily
÷
IWhen the
key is pressed
during playback, it pauses
temporarily. Pressing the key
again resumes playback.
Blinks
To stop playback
÷
The total number of tracks and
the total playing time of them
will be displayed.
Total playing
time
Total number
of tracks
To turn power OFF
÷
After stopping playback, press
the
Å° key again.
÷
Move the
OPEN
knob in the direction of the
arrow.
2
Insert disc and close the top cover.
If no operation key has been pressed for 2 minutes while the unit
is in the stop mode, the power is turned
OFF
automatically to
prevent battery power consumption.
Auto power-OFF function
Playback from desired track
Repeat playback/Shuffle playback
Changing the tone
Skipping tracks
Fast forward, fast reverse
Hold the key pressed during playback.
÷
Fast forward is engaged by pressing and holding down
key
while playback is in progress.
÷
Fast reverse is engaged by pressing and holding down
key
while playback is in progress.
÷
Playback will resume when either key is released.
÷
When the
key is pressed, playback will skip to the
start of the subsequent track.
÷
Each time the key is pressed, playback will skip to the
next track.
÷
When the
key is pressed, playback will skip to the
start of the track being played back.
÷
Each time the key is pressed, playback will skip to the
previous track.
press
key or
key.
To skip backward
To skip forward
Fast reverse
Fast forward
It is possible to listen to one track or all tracks of a
CD repeatedly or to listen to the tracks in random
sequence. (SHUFFLE play)
÷
Each press of the key switches
the mode as follows:
1
One-track repeat
The track being played or
the selected track will be
played repeatedly.
2
All-track repeat
All tracks on the disc will
be played repeatedly.
3
Shuffle play
All tracks on the disc will
be played in a random
order.
4
Repeat OFF
Return to normal
playback is made.
Compensation of low frequencies
The low frequencies sound, which is felt in
headphone, can be boosted.
The
BASS BOOST
is not applied to the output from the
LINE
OUT
jack.
1
Bass Boost ON
Low frequencies are boosted.
2
Bass Boost OFF
Normal tone reproduction.
÷
Each press of the key switches the mode as follows:
The operation keys of the main unit are deactivated.
This position prevents undesired operation when
the unit is put in a bag, etc.
When the
HOLD
switch on the unit is switched
ON
, the
unit's keys are protected.
Be sure to
OFF
the switch before performing any operations.
Operations cannot be performed if it is in the
ON
position.
Hold facility
After display for about 2 sec,
return is made to the original
display.
Notes
Notes
Notes
÷
If a key is pressed just before the end of a track
and the track does not change, press the
REPEAT
key again when the track being played
back is over.
÷
If Shuffle Play is selected while playback is in
progress, Shuffle Play operation will commence
when the track being played back is over.
÷
Up to 99 tracks can be played back in Shuffle
Play operation.
÷
If Shuffle Play is selected when operation is in
Stop status, Shuffle play operation will
commence immediately.
Connect headphones.
Programming tracks in desired order
Favorite tracks (max. 24 tracks) can be programmed.
VOLUME
PHONES
LINE OUT
DC-IN
3
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
Press the P.MODE /B.B. key for at least 1
second during Stop status.
÷
Stop
status
is
engaged when the
7
key is pressed
while playback is in
progress.
Programmed
order
2
Select the desired track numbers in the order
you want to play them.
1
Select a track...
2
and enter it.
The following program
sequence will be
displayed.
Repeat steps
1
and
2
and enter the Track Nos. into the
program in order.
÷
When 24 tracks have been programmed, "FULL" will be
displayed.
3
Start playback.
To change the programmed contents
1
Press the P.MODE /B.B. key for at least 1
second during Stop status.
÷
Stop status is engaged
when the Å° key is
pressed while playback
is in progress.
To check the programmed contents
1
Press the P.MODE/B.B. key for at least 1
second during Stop status.
÷
Stop status is engaged
when the
7
key is
pressed while playback
is in progress.
2
Press the P.MODE/B.B. key.
÷
The programmed track
numbers
will
be
displayed in sequence
each time the key is
pressed.
1
Ensure that the player is in stop mode.
Program mode can be canceled even if the top cover is
open.
Connections
Ensure that the power of all components is off before connecting the cords.
Listening through car audio
÷
If sound is not produced, change the tape playing direction
of the car stereo.
(Sound is not produced if the car stereo is set to play tape
side B)
÷
Audio reproduction may be impossible with the following
type of car stereo.
One-way models which have the play head on the left side.
Models which function by detecting the tape tension.
(With these car stereo models, the car cassette adaptor is
ejected automatically when it is inserted.)
Listening through
speakers
Speakers
with built-in
amplifier
Insert into cassette
deck slot.
Car cassette adaptor
CAC-3
Refer to the
"Accessories" table.
Listening through an amplifier
with CD input jack
Car stereo
Car
cassette
adaptor
Car cassette adaptor
insertion methods
Amplifer
÷
Connect the cable to the
amplifier's CD input
jacks.
÷
This connection may be
impossible with some
amplifiers.
÷
Insert the car cassette adaptor by setting the
played edge and cord position as shown in the
illustration.
÷
"B" indicates the reverse side of the car cassette
adaptor.
÷
For details, please read the instructions for the
car cassette adaptor.
To clear the programmed contents
2
Press the
7
7
7
7
7
key .
2
Call the programmed order to be changed.
÷
Press the P.MODE/B.B.
key
repeatedly until the
programmed order you
want to change is
displayed.
Programmed
order
1
Select a track...
2
and enter it.
3
Enter the Track No. you want to change.
A
A
A
B
When the programmed contents are to be changed further,
repeat steps
2
and
3
.
Track number
Blinks
Blinks
Programmed
order
Track number
Blinks
Car battery adaptor DC-C3A
(Cars with DC 12V battery only)
÷
Refer to the "Accessories" table.
Connect to
cigar lighter socket
D
D
C
C
A
J
A
J
2
A
J
D
A
J
C
Blinks
DPC-X301/X507/X602(En-M/T/X)
Charging is
possible only
on the side
marked
MAIN/
CHARGE
.
OPEN
L
REPEAT
B
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
P.MODE/B.B.
N
K
OFF
@ @
ON
HOLD
N
OFF
@ @
ON
HOLD
N
VOLUME
PHONES
REMOTE
LINE OUT
DC-IN
REMOTE
PHONES
PHONES
C
C
1
2
3
4
5
Model with
remote control.
Model without
remote control.
VOLUME
PHONES
LINE OUT
DC-IN
INPUT
CD
R
L
A
PHONES
LINE OUT
CASSETTE
INPUT
CD
R
L
Sample
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