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Precautions and table of contents
To prevent ﬁre or shock hazard. do not expose this ap-
liance to rain or moisture.
Power req ulrements
Power requirements for electrical appliances differ from
area to area. Please ensure that your unit meets the re-
quirements in your areas ‘ . .
If in doubt consult a quallfled electrician.
m. equipment conforms to Mommas/sec, 37/303]
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CONFORME AL D.M. 13 APRILE 1939 DIRETI'IVA GEE]
Make Your Contribution to Protect the Environment
Used batteries with the ISO symbol for recycling
as well as small accumulators (rechargeable w
batteries), mini-batteries (cells) and starter bat- Q”?
teries should not be thrown into the garbage can.
Please leave them at an appropriate depot All other
household batteries can be thrown outwith the household
Table of contents
Basic connections ..................
Digital component connections .
Source playback .
What you should know to protect
0 Never touch the power cord’s plug with wet hands.
I Always pull the power cord out by its plug. never by its cord.
0 Only let a qualiﬁed professional repair or reassemble the am-
plifier. An inexperienced person might touch the internal
parts and receive a serious shock.
0 Never put anything. especially metal into the amplifier.
Protect the amplifier too
0 Use a household AC power source only. Never use a DC
0 If water is spilled on the ampliﬁer, disconnect It and call your
0 Make sure that the amplifier is well ventilated and away from
0 To avoid damage to the internal circuits and the extemai sur-
face. keep the amplifier away from heat (stoves, etc.).
- Avoid using aerosol sprays near the amplifier as this could
damage the finish or cause sudden ignition of the spray.
0 To avoid damaing the ﬁnish. never use paintthlnnerorother
similar chemicals to clean the amplifier.
0 Place the amplifier on a flat and solid surface.
0 If you do not plan to use the amplifier for along period of time, '
disconnect the power cord.
Tuner Cassette deck or DAT deck
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LINE OUTI .
C I LINE W
D p aver INPUT LINE OUTI
I =' Cassette deck or DAT deck
% LINE OUT/
INPUT LINE OUTI
Cassette deck or» DAT deck
TAPE 1 PLAY
TAPE 2 PLAY
ﬁ TAPE 3 PLAY
LINE OUT/ ‘
1 AC Outlet
Cassette deck or DAT deck Left Right L9“ Right
for pIayback SYSTEM A speakers SYSTEM B speakers
G) POWER ON .[ JOFF button and Indicator
(2) SPEAKERS switch (OFF/A/B[A+B)
To select the speakers or to cancel audio output from the
® DIRECT OPERATION switch (SOURCE/OFF (SUB-
To select the playback operation mode.
(D VOLUME cOntroI
To adjust the volume level. The 40 position Is the maximum
volume output of the ampliﬁer.
G) REC SELECTOR switch
(TAPE COPY 2 -) 1/3/TAPE COPY 1 -) 2/3/PHONO/OFF/
CD/TUNER/DIGITAL 1/2/3 (AM-67 model)/AUX (AM-57
To select the playback source for recording.
® SAMPLING FREQUENCY indicators
(32kHzl44kHz/48kHz) (AM-87 model only)
Light to Indicate the sampling frequency of the digital source
being played back.
® INPUT SELECTOR buttons and indicators
(TAPE 1rI’APE 2/TAPE SI'TUNER/PHONOIAUX/CD)
(DIGITAL 1 (OPTICAL)/DIGITAL 2/DIGITAL 3 (AM-67
G) REMOTE SENSOR window
(I) BALANCE control (LEFT/RIGHT)
To adjust the left and right channel balance. Normally set to
the 'Centre' position.
® FULL MUTE Indicator
Lights when the full mute mode is engaged.
® MUTING (-20de) ON -1 non: button.
To reduce volume instantly during playback.
6} MODE MONO A I :STEREO button.
To select between the stereo and monaural playback mode.
0 TREBLE control
To adjust the high note (treble) level.
When set to ‘0”. the control Is Ineffective.
0 BASS control
To adjust the low note (bass) level.
When set to “0", the control ls ineffective.
® PHONES jack
For headphone connection.