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1. How to enter the test mode
â¢ While holding the Preset 1 and Preset 3 keys, reset the unit.
7. Test mode specifications of the cassette receiver
â¢ BLANK SKIPP : OFF
2. How to exit from the test mode
â¢ Reset the unit, momentary power down, ACC OFF, power OFF, and Panel detached. â¢ (Note) The test mode cannot terminated by Panel is fall down.
8. Audio-related specifications
â¢ A short press of the Q key initiates the audio adjustment mode. â¢ Pressing the â½ key on the remote initiates the audio adjustment mode. â¢ Fader is selected to the initial item. â¢ Continuous holding of a remote control key is inhibited. â¢ Bass, Middle and Treble are adjusted in 3 steps of -8/0/+8 with the Track Up/Down keys. â¢ Balance is adjusted in 3 steps of L15/0/R15 with the Track Up/Down keys. â¢ Fader is adjusted in 3 steps of F15/0/R15 with the Track Up/Down keys. â¢ Volume Offset is adjusted in 2 steps of -8/0 with theTrack Up/Down keys.
3. Initial status in the test mode
: All OFF. : All segments are lit. : -10 dB (displayed as 30) : OFF : OFF regardless of the presence of switching function. â¢ SYSTEM Q : Flat. â¢ BEEP : When pressing any keys, the buzzer generates a beep at any time. â¢ DISPLAY TYPE : TYPE A â¢ Sources â¢ Display â¢ Volume â¢ Loudness â¢ CRSC
9. Menu-related specifications 4. RDS automatic measurement
â¢ An addition to disposal of substitute for visual check PS display as usual production lines. â¢ P-CON terminal is OFF by force, when received the PS data and in case of corrobaration PS display is âRDS_TESTâ. (â_â is mean blank.) â¢ This disposal is test mode only. â¢ P-CON is switching the source or return with power onâoff. â¢ A short press of the MENU key initiates the Menu mode. Except, tape source is usually press and hold 1 second to enter the menu mode and short press initiates turn over. â¢ Pressing the DNPP/SBF key on the remote initiates the Menu mode. â¢ Continuous holding of a remote control key is inhibited. â¢ Contrast is adjusted in 3 steps of 0/5/10 (5x7dot), 0/4/7 (14seg) with the Track Up/Down keys.
5. Special display in Tuner mode
When any of the following messages is displayed in Tuner mode, the front end may be abnormal. â¢ âTNE 2P NGâ: The EEPROM is set to the default (unstable values) because the F/E was shipped without passing through the adjustment process, etc. â¢ âTNCON NGâ: Communication with the F/E is not possible.
10. Backup current measurement
â¢ When the unit is reset while ACC is OFF (i.e. by turning Back-Up ON), the MUTE terminal goes OFF in 2 seconds in place of 15 second.
6. Forced switching of K3I
â¢ Each press of the Preset 6 key in Tuner mode should switch K3I from AUTO â Forced Wide â Forced Middle â Forced Narrow â AUTO. The initial status is AUTO and the display shows these modes as follows. â¢ AUTO : FMA â¢ Forced Wide : FMW â¢ Forced Middle : FMM â¢ Forced Narrow : FMN