Aiwa NS X4000 Owners Manual

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Page 4

FOREWORD

Welcome to the Alwa NSX-4000INSX-3900
Congratulations on your purchase of an Aiwa Stereo System.

To optimize the performance of this system, please take the time
to read through these Operating Instructions and become familiar
with the operating procedures.

About the layout of this manual

This manual contains instructions in three languages (9 © @ and
illustrations ® —9 fl . When followingthe steps for each operation,
refer to the illustration indicated by the capital letters (fl ). Bold—
lace numbers relerto steps in the operation, Smallernumbers and
lowercase letters in circles (@) are used to explain step procedures
and identify parts and controls.

(D Illustrations

© English

© Spanish

® French

Model number suffix

The model number is marked on the rear panel of the unit. It has a

suffix that denotes the model type.

Example: MODEL NO. CX—N4000 LL
suffix (U)

Units with different sufiixes are different as follows.

| Model No.. suffix CX~N4000 U/N4000 c cx-Nssoou
l Equipped with BBE No Yes

ll suffixes are mentioned in the instructions, read the section
following the suffix for your unit.

DEMO (Demonstration) mode

When you first connect the AG cord, the display window demon-
strates the unit’s preset functions.

To cancel DEMO mode —r E]
Press the DEMO button.

Page 10

PRECAUTIONS

Follow the advice below for safe and correct operation.

On AC voltage
Before use, check that the rated voltage of your system matches
your local voltage,

On placement

- Do not use the system in places which are extremely hot, cold,
dusty or humid.

v Place the system on a flat, even surface.

~ Be carelul not to obstruct the ventilation holes on the exterior of
the unit, as increased internal temperature may affectthe electric
parts. In particular, do not place the system in an airtight rack.

On safety

- When connecting and disconnecting the AC cord, grasp the plug
and not the cord itself. Pulling the cord may damage it and thus
be hazardous.

- When you are not going to usethe system for a long period oftime,
disconnect the AC cord. it the cord is plugged in, a small amount
of current keeps on llowing to the system even if the powerswitch
is not ON,

- If the AC cord is broken or damaged, or ifthe wires are exposed,
contact your dealer or an Aiwa service station and have it
replaced or repaired immediately.

On condensation

When the room is heated. you sometimes see water drops on your

windows; this is called condensation.

This can occur inside the CD player when:

- it is moved from a cold spot to a warm spot.

- it is used in a room where the heating system has just been turned
on.

. it is used in a place with a lot of moisture.

- it is used where it has direct Contact with cool air, such as near an
air-conditioner,

When it hasoondensation inside, the unit may not function normally.

Let itstand for 1 to 2 hours before turning the power on; or, gradually

heat the room and dry the unit before use.

Should any trouble occur, disconnect the AC cord and contact
a qualified service representative.

Page 70

VOCAL FADERI f
MULTIPLEX/OFF ‘

AUTO
VOCAL FADER

VOCAL FADER/
MULTIPLEX/OFF

AUTO
VOCAL FADER

o

MIC ECHO

C ;
G

A

DIGITAL ECHO

KARAOKE

USEFUL FUNCTIONS FOR KARAOKE

VOCAL FADER FUNCTION

You can obtain a simulated Karaoke effect by making the singer‘s
voice on ordinary discs or tapes softer than the accompaniment,
In addition, the vocal part can be automatically reduced only while
there is audio input through a microphone, by selecting AUTO
VOCAL FADER function.

To select the VOCAL FADER function —r E
Press the VOCAL FADER/MULTIPLEX/OFF button so that /;
lights up in the display.

To select the AUTO VOCAL FADER function —¢ E]

While the VOCAL FADEFl function is selected, press the AUTO
VOCAL FADEFl button so that both if and AUTO light up in the
display.

- The VOCAL FADER function may not work correctly with the
following kinds of CDs or tapes.
~ Those with monaural sound
- Those recorded with strong echoes
» Those with the vocal part recorded on the right or left side otthe

sound width

- While the VOCAL FADER function is on, the sound source is

heard as monaural.

MULTIPLEX FUNCTION

To enjoy Karaoke, you can also mute the vocal part of multi audio
discs ortapes. The accompaniment is output through both speak-
ers.

In addition, the vocal part can be automatically reduced only while
there is audio input through a microphone, by selecting AUTO
MULTIPLEX function.

Usable multi audio discs and tapes

The MULTIPLEXtunction is designedto work with multi audio discs
and tapes which have the vocal part on the right channel and the
accompaniment on the left channel.

To select the MULTIPLEX tunction —> I
Press the VOCAL FADER/MULTIPLEX/OFF button so that /
flashes' in the display.

To select the AUTO MULTIPLEX function —. E

While the MULTIPLEX function is selected, press the AUTO
VOCAL FADEFI button so that /‘ flashes and AUTO lights up in
the display. w

ECHOING THE SOUND —' [3

You can get an echo sound while using the microphone.
First, press the MIC ECHO button to display “E-ON”. Then, adjust
the echo volume with the DIGITAL ECHO control.

To cancel the echoing effect
Press the MIC ECHO button twice to display “E-OFF”.

ma

- If the MIC ECHO is set to OFF, the echoing effect cannot be
obtained. though a DIGITAL ECHO control is set to MAX,

- If you select a DSP mode» the MIC ECHO will be set to OFF
automatically.
When the MIC ECHO is set to ON, the selected DSP mode is
automatically canceled.

Page 80

PARTS AND CONTROLS PIEZAS Y CONTROLES NOMENCLATURE

The names 01 the buttons and controls are
indicated in the following Illustrations. Instruc»
tions about each button are in the pages indi-
cated in the black circles. The illustrations are
classified according to their functions.

The Instructions in this manual refer mainly to
the buttons on the math unlt. Buttons on the
remote control with the same names as those
on the main unit can be used as we".

CD function

Disc compartment

I CLEAR button ®

II SET button @

CD EDIT/REMAIN button mag
<> DIR/PHESET button ®
DISC CHANGE button o

A OPEN/CLOSE button at
DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons (1,2, 3) CD
CD button Q

10 >>Il>> UP button ®

11 <

(Omflwutwa‘

12 RANDOM button a)

13 EDIT/REMAIN button 986

14 DISC DIRECT PLAY buttons (1, 2, 3) Q

15 <> DlRECTlON/TUNING/PRESET
button 6

16 <

17 I CLEAR button ®

18 REPEAT button o

19 PRGM button ®

20 OPEN/CLOSE button a:

21 DISC SKIP button Q

22 Numeric buttons (0-9 and +10 buttons)
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23 CD button ®

24 II SET button @

25 »I/>> UP button 9

80

Los nornbres de Ios botones y controles se
indican en las siguientes ilustraciones. Las
instrucciones sobre cada botén se encuentran
en Ias péginasindicadas enlos clrculos negrcs.
Las ilustraciones se clasitican segt'In sus
funcionest

Las Instrucciones descritas en este manual se
refieren principalmente a los botones del aparato
principal. Los botones del controI remoto con
Ios mismos nombrespueden usarse dela misma
manera que Ios del aparato principal.

Funcion de discos compactos CD

Les nomsdeslouchesetionctionssontindiqués
dens Ies illustrations suivantes. Les Instruc-
tions concemant cheque touche se trouvent
aux pages dont Ies numéros sont indiqués
darts lee cercles noirs. Les illustrations sont
classées par fonction.

Les instructions données dans ce manuel
concernentprincipalementlestoudnesdeI‘unité
principals. Les touches de la telécommande
porlant les mémes ncms que celies de I’unite
principals peuvent également etre utilisées.

Function CD

Companimiento de discos
Botén I CLEAR ®
Boton II SET ®
Botén CD EDIT/REMAIN 033
BotOn <> DIR/PRESET @
Baton DISC CHANGE 9
Boton A OPEN/CLOSE Q
Botones DISC DIRECT PLAY (1,2, 3) 8)
Botén CD ®

0 Boton PH/bb UP ®

1 Baton <1/I« DOWN ®

A—AtDmVGIU'IAQN-A

12 Doton RANDOM @

to Baton EDIT/REMAIN 980

14 Botones DISC DIRECT PLAY (1 , 2, 3) 0

15 30th 4» DIRECTION/TUNING/PRE-
SET 9

16 Boto'n ‘1/K4 DOWN 3

17 Boton l CLEAR 0

1B Botén REPEAT o

19 Boron PRGM a

20 Solon OPEN/CLOSE ®

21 Boton DISC SKIP 0

22 Botones numéricos (Botcnes 0—9 y +1 0)
®©®

23 Botén CD o

24 Botén II SET ®

25 Boton »I/>> UP 9

1 Companiment a dlsques

2 Touche d’effacement (I CLEAR) ®

3 Touche de réglage (II SET) ®

4 Touche de montage/de durée restante
(CD EDIT/REMAIN) ®®®

5 Touche de direction/rte préréglage (<>
DIFI/PRESET) ®

6 Touchedechangementdedisques(DISC
CHANGE) 9

7 Touche d‘ouverture/de fermeture (A
OPEN/CLOSE) @

B Touches de lecture directe de disque
(DISC DIRECT PLAY) (1,2,3) 8)

9 Touche de loncticn CD 9

10 Touched’augmentation (M/bb UP) a;

11 Touche de diminution (< @

12 Touche de lecture aleatoire (RANDOM) @

13 Touche de montage/de dure’e restante
(EDIT/REMAIN) 06$

14 Touches de lecture directe de disque
(DISC DIRECT PLAY) (1‘ 2, 3) 0

15 Touche de direction/d'accord/de
préréglage (<> DlRECTlON/TUNING/
PRESET) w

16 Touche de diminution (dd/H4 DOWN)
®

17 Touche d’efiacement (I CLEAR) Q

18 Touche de lecture re'pe’tée (REPEAT) @

19 Touche de programme (PRGM) @

20 Touche d’ouverture/de Iermeture (OPEN/
CLOSE) ®

21 Touche de sautdedlsque (DISC SKIP) 0

22 Touches numériques (0—9) et touche +10
$36

23 Touche de fonction CD 9

24 Touche de réglage (ll SET) @

25 Touche d'augmentation (DH/DP UP) Q