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DPF-3010/2010/1010 (En)
Timer operations
Timer playback of CD can be started at any time using an
audio timer which is available in audio stores.
Preparation
÷
Connect the power cords of the associated
components so that their power can be turned
ON through the audio timer.
(Also, be sure to read carefully the instruction
manual of the timer.)
This unit
Audio cord
System control cord
Amplifier
Audio timer
To wall AC outlet
1
Turn the powers of the associated components
ON.
2
Preparation
Load a disc in the CD player.
@
Set the amplifier volume.
3
1
Play the disc.
Set the timer ON time.
4
Set the timer so that it supplies
power at the specified time.
Turn OFF the power output from the audio timer.
5
÷
With some
audio timer models, the power is automatically turned OFF
when the timer ON time is set. With such a model, skip step
5
below.
Label side
2
Adjust the amplifier volume.
(Use the remote control unit of this unit
to adjust the volume to the maximum
level.)
3
Stop the disc.
÷
Do not touch the
ON/STANDBY
switches of the amplifier and CD
player.
÷
When the set time comes, the disc playback starts automatically.
Adjusting the volume:
Set the volume the maximum (0 dB) using the OUTPUT
(UP) key on the remote control unit, and adjust the vol-
ume to the desired level on the amplifier side.
(Since the sound output is at the maximum level when the
power is turned on, lowering the level with the remote control
will change the volume.)
Notes
Notes
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4
7
6
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6
PLAY/PAUSE
7
STOP
1.
Some amplifiers cannot be used with a timer. Before using a amplifier, check it.
2.
When operating the unit other than CD player using an audio timer, be sure to remove the disc from the CD player.
Note
Note
Note
÷
If the amplifier is not connected to the CD player through a system
control cord, select the “
CD
” input with the input selector.
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