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Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
Handling Compact Discs
Playing a CD that is dirty, scratched or warped can cause the sound to skip and the unit to operate incorrectly, resulting in worsened sound quality. Take the following precautions to prevent your CDs from getting scratched or damaged. Handling CDs
music CD to damage from high temperatures and humidity, and in some cases, may become unusable if left in the car for long periods of time. â¢ Remove CDs from the unit when not listening to them for a while, and put them back in their cases. Do not pile up CDs that are removed from their cases or prop them against something.
Do Not Load CD Accessories
Do not use commercially available CD accessories that can be loaded into the CD slot, such as stabilizers, protective sheets, or CD cleaning discs, since they can cause the unit to malfunction.
â¢ Do not touch the recorded side of the CD (the side opposite the label) when holding it.
Cleaning CDs If a CD has gotten dirty, wipe it off gently using a
commercially available cleaning cloth or a soft cotton cloth, starting from the center of the disc and moving outward. Do not clean CDs with conventional record cleaners, anti-static formulas, or chemicals such as paint thinner or benzene.
Do Not Use Special Shape CDs
â¢ Be sure to use round shape CDs only for this unit and do not use any special shape CDs. Use of special shape CDs may cause the unit to malfunction.
â¢ The reflective film on a CD-R or a CD-RW is more fragile than that on an ordinary music CD, and may peel off if scratched. Fingerprints on a CD-R or CDRW are also more likely to cause skipping when the disc is played. For these reasons, handle the disc very carefully. Detailed handling instructions will appear on the CD-R or CD-RW package: read this information carefully before using the disc. â¢ Do not stick tape on either side of the CD. Tape
â¢ Be sure to use CDs with disc mark Checking New CDs for Burrs
When playing a new CD for the first time, check that there are not any burrs stuck to the perimeter of the disc or in the central hole. CDs with burrs stuck on them may not load properly or may skip while playing. Remove burrs using a ballpoint pen or a similar utensil. only for this unit. â¢ CD-Rs and CD-RWs which have not undergone finalization processing cannot be played. (For more information on finalization processing, refer to the manual for your CD-R/CD-RW writing software or CD-R/CD-RW recorder.) Additionally, depending on the recording status, it may prove impossible to play certain CDs recorded on CD-R or CD-RW.
Do Not Use CDs with Sticker on the Labeled Side
Do not use the CD with the label sticker stuck on it. Using such a CD may cause the CD to be deformed and the sticker to peel off, resulting in malfunction of the unit.
â¢ Do not store CDs in areas exposed to direct sunlight (such as a car seat or the dashboard) or other hot places. A CD-R or CD-RW is more susceptible than a