Akai AP A101C Owners Manual

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This is the
Akai Semi
Automatic
Turntable

This Akai semi automatic turntable will provide ex-
cellent sound reproduction and years of reliable
operation. Use it in combination with other compo-
nents of the Pro Series. and you will have an excel-
lent Hi-Fi system.

Features

0 DC servo motor for stable record playback.

0 Arm lifter damper eliminates the possibility of
accidental scratches to your records.

0 The V" moving magnet ‘1]Pl type plug-in car-
tridge is easy to change.
'The JED cartridge is standard on model

AP-A1 01 C only.
0 Highly sensitive low-mass straight tone arm.

Table of Contents
Warning ...................................... 1
What you should know to protect yourself ....... 2
Turntable set-up .............................. 3
Making the right connections ................... 3
Controls ...................................... 4
Let's enjoy music .............................. 5
Useful facts aboutyourturntable ............... 6
To change the stylus ........................ 6
To change or install the cartridge ............ 6
Problem? Let‘s check ......................... 7
Specifications ................................ 7

WARNING

To Prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

Power requirements

Power requirements for electrical equipment differ
from area to area. Please ensure that your machine
meets the power requirements in your area.

If in doubt. consult a qualified electrician.

120 V, 60 Hz for USA and Canada

220 V, 50 Hz for Europe except UK

240 V, 50 Hz for UK and Australia

110 V—120 W220 V—240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz con-
vertible for other countries.

Before Assembling the Platter!
Voltage conversion.

Each machine is preset at the factory according to
its destination, but some machines can be set to
110 V—120 V or 220 V—240 V as required.

If your machine’s voltage can be converted:

Before connecting the power cord or assem-
bling the platter, move the VOLTAGE
SELECTOR located on the top of the cabinet
with a screwdriver until the correct voltage is in-
dicated. Models for USA, Canada, Europe, UK and
Australia are not equipped with this facility.

Screwdriver

Spindle

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This equipment conforms to No. 82/499
EECstandards.