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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: Audio tuner
  • Model/name: F-208RDS
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese

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Ge/It
F-208RDS
FM/AM DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER TUNER
SYNTONISEUR SYNTHETISEUR A AFFICHAGE NUMERIQUE FM/AM
UKW/MW/LW-DIGITALER-SYNTHESIZER-TUNER
SINTONIZZATORE-DIGITALE A SINTETIZZAZIONE FM/AM
FM/AM DIGITALE-SYNTHESIZER TUNER
FM/AM DIGITAL-SYNTESTUNER
SINTONIZADOR-SINTETIZADOR DIGITAL FM/AM
SINTONIZADOR-SINTETIZADOR DIGITAL FM/AM
Operating Instructions
Mode d'emploi
Bedienungsanleitung
Istruzioni per l'uso
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Bruksanvisning
Manual de instrucciones
Manual de instruções
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En/Fr
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
ATTENTION: AFIN DE PREVENIR TOUS RISQUES DE
CHOCELECTRIQUEOUDEDEBUTD’INCENDIE,NEPASEXPOSER
CET APPAREIL A L’HUMIDITE OU A LA PLUIE.
WARNUNG: UM EINEN BRAND ODER STROMSCHLAG
ZU VERMEIDEN, DIESES GERÄT NICHT REGEN ODER
FEUCHTIGKEIT AUSSETZEN.
AVVERTENZA: PER EVITARE IL RISCHIO DI FIAMME O
SCOSSE ELETTRICHE, NON ESPORRE QUESTO APPARECCHIO
ALLA PIOGGIA O ALL’UMIDITÀ.
WAARSCHUWING: VERMINDER DE KANS OP EEN
ELEKTRISCHE SCHOK OF BRAND EN STEL HET TOESTEL NIET
AAN REGEN OF VOCHT BLOOT.
VARNING:UTSÄTTALDRIGAPPARATENFÖRREGNELLER
FUKT FÖR ATT UNDVIKA RISK FÖR BRAND ELLER ELEKTRISKA
STÖTAR.
ADVERTENCIA: PARA EVITAR INCENDIOS Y
DESCARGAS ELÉCTRICAS, NO EXPONGA ESTE APARATO A LA
LLUVIA NI A LA HUMEDAD.
ADVERTÊNCIA: A FIM DE EVITAR O PERIGO DE
INCEÊNDIO OU CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO, NÃO EXPONHA O
APARELHO À CHUVA OU HUMIDADE.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the
product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
IMPORTANT
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This product complies with the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/
EEC), EMC Directives (89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC) and CE Marking
Directive (93/68/EEC).
THE POWER SWITCH IS SECONDARY CONNECTED AND
THEREFORE DOES NOT SEPARATE THE UNIT FROM MAINS
POWER IN STANDBY POSITION.
Ceproduitestconformeàladirectivesrelativeauxappareilsbasse
tension (73/23/CEE), aux directives relatives à la compatibilité
électromagnétique (89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE) et à la directive
communautaire relative aux marquages (93/68/CEE).
L’INTERRUPTEUR D’ALIMENTATION EST RACCORDE
SECONDAIREMENT ET PAR CONSEQUENT NE SEPARE PAS
L’APPAREILDEL’ALIMENTATIONSECTEURSURLAPOSITION
D’ATTENTE.
Dieses Produkt entspricht den Niederspannungsrichtlinien (73/
23/EEC). EMC-Richtlinien (89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC) und den CE-
Markierungsrichtlinien (93/68/EEC).
DER NETZSCHALTER IST MIT DEN SEKUNDÄRWICKLUNGEN
VERBUNDEN UND TRENNT DAHER IN DER BEREIT–
SCHAFTSPOSITION DAS GERÄT NICHT VOM NETZ.
Questo prodotto è conforme alla direttiva sul basso voltaggio
(73/23/CEE), alla direttive EMC (89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE) e alla
direttiva sul marchio CE (93/68/CEE).
L’INTERRUTTORE DI ALIMENTAZIONE É COLLEGATO AD
UN CIRCUITO SECONDARIO E QUINDI, NELLA POSIZIONE DI
ATTESA (STANDBY), NON SEPARA L’UNITÁ DALLA PRESA
DI CORRENTE.
Dit produkt voldoet aan de eisen m.b.t. laag voltage (73/23/EEC),
elektro-magnetisme (89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC) en CE markering
richtlijnen (93/68/EEC).
DE SPANNINGSSCHAKELAAR IS AANGESLOTEN OP HET
SEKUNDAIRE CIRCUIT EN SCHAKELT DE NETVOEDING NAAR
HET TOESTEL NIET UIT ALS U DE SCHAKELAAR IN DE STAND
STANDBY ZET.
Denna produkt uppfyller föreskrifterna i Lågspänningsdirektiv
(73/23/EEC), EMC-direktiv (89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC) och CE-
märkningsdirektiv (93/68/EEC).
STRÖMBRYTARENÄRSEKUNDÄRTKOPPLADOCHAVSKILJER
DÄRFÖR INTE APPARATEN FRÅN NÄTET I BEREDSKAPSLÄGE
(STANDBY).
Este producto cumple con la Directiva de Bajo Voltaje (73/23/
CEE), Directivas EMC (89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE) y Directiva de
Marcación CE (93/68/CEE).
EL INTERRUPTOR DE LA ALIMENTACION ESTA CONECTADO
EN SECUNDARIO Y POR LO TANTO NO DESCONECTA AL
APARATO DE LA RED DE ALIMENTACION CUANDO ESTA EN
LA POSICION DE ALERTA (STANDBY).
Este produto cumpre com a Directiva de Voltagem Baixa (73/23/
CEE), Directivas EMC (89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE) e com a Directiva
da Marcação CE (93/68/CEE).
O INTERRUPTOR DE ALIMENTAÇÃO FICA LIGADO
SECUNDARIAMENTE NO MODO DE ESPERA, E PORTANTO, A
UNIDADE NÃO É DESLIGADA DA REDE ELÉCTRICA.
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RDS DATA DISPLAY
1. Turn the STANDBY/ON switch ON.
2. Select a FM station with the BAND button, or with
the CLASS button and STATION CALL button.
If the received broadcast transmits RDS data, the RDS indicator
lights and automatically displays the mode data.
3. Press the DISPLAY MODE button and the display
changes.
During FM broadcast reception, you can view various kinds of RDS
data transmitted by the FM station by performing the procedures
below.
NOTES:
¶ If there is noise during RT scroll display when in the RT mode,
some characters may temporarily be incorrectly displayed.
¶ In the RT mode, when no RT data is transmitted, “NO RADIO
TEXT DATA” is displayed. In this case, it will automatically switch
to the PS mode after a few seconds.
¶ During RDS broadcast reception in the PTY mode, “NO TYPE”
data may be displayed. In this case, it will automatically switch to
the PS mode after a few seconds.
¶ When RDS data is incorrectly displayed due to reception of an
excessively strong signal, and RDS data is incorrectly displayed,
use the RF ATT button to achieve the best reception sound. After
that, RDS data may be displayed.
¶ Depending on the broadcast station, numerous program station
names (PS) may be transmitted in succession. In this case, when
you switch to the RT mode, only some of the PS data will be
displayed, so switch to the PS mode.
¶ When the RDS indicator is not lit, and you are in the RT mode,
only station names stored in memory manually, if any, will be dis-
played.
3. DISPLAY
MODE
R D S
STEREO
TUNED
RDS (Radio Data System)
1
2
3
RDS (Système de Données Radio)
AFFICHAGE DE DONNEES RDS
Pendant la réception d’une émission FM, il est possible de voir les
différentes données RDS transmises par la station, en réalisant les
procédures suivantes.
REMARQUES:
¶ S’il y a des parasites pendant l’affichage à défilement RT dans le
mode RT, certains caractères peuvent temporairement être
affichés incorrectement.
¶ Dans le mode RT, lorsqu’aucune donnée RT n’est émise, “NO
RADIO TEXT DATA” est affiché. Dans ce cas, l’appareil passe
automatiquement en mode PS après quelques secondes.
¶ Pendant la réception d’une émission RDS en mode PTY, le mes-
sage “NO TYPE” peut être affiché. Dans ce cas, l’appareil repasse
automatiquement au mode PS après quelques secondes.
¶ Si les données RDS ne sont pas correctement affichées à cause
de la réception d’un signal excessivement fort, utiliser la touche
RF ATT pour obtenir la meilleure réception possible. Les données
RDS peuvent alors être affichées correctement.
¶ Selon la station d’émission, de nombreux noms de stations de
programmes (PS) peuvent être transmis successivement. Dans
ce cas, lors de la commutation au mode RT, seules certaines des
données PS seront affichées, le mode PS doit être utilisé.
¶ Lorsque l’indicateur RDS n’est pas allumé dans le mode RT, seuls
les noms de stations stockés manuellement en mémoire, s’il y en
a, seront affichés.
1. Régler l’interrupteur STANDBY/ON sur ON.
2. Sélectionner une station FM avec la touche de
gamme (BAND), ou avec la touche de classe
(CLASS) et la touche STATION CALL.
Si la station reçue transmet des données RDS, l’indicateur RDS
s’allume et les données RDS sont automatiquement affichées.
3. Appuyer sur la touche DISPLAY MODE et
l’affichage change comme suit.
Mode RT .........“RT” clignote et les données suivantes sont
affichées en séquence.
Affichage par défilement de RT (texte radio) =
PS (nom du service programme) = Retourne à
RT; répétition.
Mode PS .........“PS” clignote sur l’affichage, puis le nom de la
station d’émission est affiché.
Mode PTY .......“PTY”clignotesurl’affichage,puislesdonnéesPTY
sont affichées, indiquant le type de programme.
Mode FREQ ....Affiche une fréquence.
2
2
RT mode ......... “RT” flashes and the following data is dis-
played in sequence.
....................... RT(Radio Text)scroll display=PS(Program
Service Name)=Return to RT;repeat.
PS mode ......... “PS” flashes on the display,and then the
broadcast station name is displayed.
PTY mode ....... “PTY” flashes on the display,and then PTY
data is displayed, indicating the type of pro-
gram.
FREQ mode .... Displays a frequency.
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You can search for FM broadcasts of a desired program type (PTY).
PROGRAM TYPE SEARCH
1. Turn the STANDBY/ON switch ON.
2. Select a FM station with the BAND button, or with
the CLASS button and STATION CALL button.
3. Press the CHARACTER/SEARCH button to
indicate “SEARCH” in the display.
When selecting a station with Preset Station Tuning, if you press
this button once, “INPUT” is displayed. If you press it twice,
“SEARCH” is displayed.
4. Select the desired program type using the
TUNING knob.
5. When your desired program type is displayed,
press the MEMORY button.
Search begins.
Search through preset stations while station number and fre-
quency indications are displayed. When a station transmitting
the desired program type is found, it is received for 5 seconds
while display indications flash.
6. To listen to a broadcast received when
performing search, press the MEMORY button
during reception of that program.
If you do not press the MEMORY button during this time, search
continues. When search has been completed, “FINISH” lights
in the display, and reception of the program you were listening
to before you performed search resumes.
NOTES:
¶ If search does not find a station broadcasting the desired program
type, “NO PTY” lights in the display, search ends, and reception
of the program you were listening to before you performed search
resumes.
¶ To enjoy this function, you must first preset RDS broadcast sta-
tions in this tuner.
3.
CHARACTER
/SEARCH
R D S
STEREO
TUNED
RDS (Radio Data System)
1
2
3 4
5,6 2
2
RDS (Système de Données Radio)
RECHERCHE DE TYPE DE PROGRAMME
Vous pouvez rechercher les émissions FM d’un type de programme
désiré (PTY).
1. Régler l’interrupteur STANDBY/ON sur ON.
2. Sélectionner une station FM avec la touche de
gamme (BAND), ou avec la touche de classe
(CLASS) et la touche STATION CALL.
3. Appuyer sur la touche CHARACTER/SEARCH
pour que “SEARCH” apparaisse sur l’affichage.
Lors de la sélection d’une station avec la syntonisation de sta-
tion préréglée, si on appuie une fois sur cette touche, “INPUT”
est affiché. Si on appuie deux fois, “SEARCH” est affiché.
4. Sélectionner le type de programme désiré avec
le bouton TUNING.
5. Quand le type de programme désiré est affiché,
appuyer sur la touche MEMORY.
La recherche commence.
La recherche est réalisée parmi les stations préréglées pen-
dant que le numéro de station et la fréquence sont affichés.
Quand une station transmettant le type de programme désiré
est trouvée, elle est reçue pendant 5 secondes pendant que les
indications affichées clignotent.
6. Pour écouter une émission reçue pendant la
recherche, appuyer sur la touche MEMORY
pendant la réception de ce programme.
Si la touche MEMORY n’est pas enfoncée pendant cette période,
la recherche reprend. Quand la recherche est terminée, “FIN-
ISH” s’allume sur l’affichage et la réception du programme écouté
avant la recherche reprend.
REMARQUES:
¶ Si la recherche ne trouve pas de station diffusant le type de
programme désiré, “NO PTY” s’allume sur l’affichage, la recher-
che s’arrête et la réception du programme écouté avant la recher-
che reprend.
¶ Pour pouvoir utiliser cette fonction, il faut d’abord prérégler les
stations RDS dans ce tuner.
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News: Short accounts of facts,
events and publicly expressed views,
reportage and actuality.
Current affairs: Topical program ex-
panding or enlarging upon the news,
generally in a different presentation
style or concept, including debate, or
analysis.
Information: Program’s purpose is to
impart advice in the widest sense.
Sport: Program concerned with any
aspect of sport.
Education: Program intended prima-
rily to educate, of which the formal
element is fundamental.
Drama: All radio plays and serials.
Culture: Programs concerned with
any aspect of National or Regional
culture, including language, theatre,
etc.
Science: Programs about the natural
sciences and technology.
Varied: Used for mainly speech-
based programs usually of light-enter-
tainment nature, not covered by other
categories. Examples include quiz
shows, panel games, and personal
interviews.
Pop Music: Commercial music,
which would generally be considered
to be of current popular appeal, often
featuring current or recent record
sales charts.
Rock Music: Contemporary modern
music, usually written and performed
by young musicians.
M.O.R.Music:(MiddleoftheRoadMu-
sic) Common term to describe music
consideredtobe“easy-listening”,asop-
posed to Pop, Rock or Classical. Music
in this category is often but not always,
vocal and usually of short duration.
Light classical: Classical Music for gen-
eral,ratherthanspecialistappreciation.Ex-
amples of music in this category are in-
strumental music, and vocal or choral
works.
Seriousclassical:Performancesofma-
jor orchestral works, symphonies,
chamber music etc., and including
Grand Opera.
The 29 PTY data titles transmitted
ADDITIONAL DATA
Weather: Weather reports and fore-
casts and Meteorological information.
Finance: Stock Market reports, com-
merce, trading etc.
Children’s programs: For programs
targeted at a young audience, prima-
rily for entertainment and interest,
rather than where the objective is to
educate.
Social Affairs: Programs about
people and things that influence indi-
viduals or groups. Includes sociology,
history, geography, psychology and
society.
Religion: Any aspect of beliefs and
faiths, involving a God or Gods, the
nature of existence, and ethics.
Phone In: Involving members of the
public expressing their views either
by phone or at a public forum.
Travel: Features and programs concerned
withtraveltonearandfardestinations,pack-
age tours and travel ideas and opportuni-
ties. Not for use of Announcements about
problems, delays, or roadworks affecting
immediate travel where TP/TA should be
used.
Leisure: Programs concerned with
recreational activities in which the lis-
tener might participate. Examples in-
clude Gardening, Fishing, Antique
collecting, Cooking, Food & Wine etc.
Jazz Music: Polyphonic, syncopated
music characterised by improvisation.
Country Music: Songs which origi-
nate from, or continue the musical
tradition of the American Southern
States. Characterised by a straightfor-
ward melody and narrative story line.
National Music: Current Popular Mu-
sic of the Nation or region in that
country’s language, as opposed to In-
ternational ‘Pop’ which is usually U.S.
or U.K. inspired and in English.
Oldies Music: Music from the so-
called “golden age” of popular mu-
sic.
En
Other music: Musical styles not fitting
intoanyoftheothercategories.Particu-
larly used for specialist music of which
Rhythm & Blues and Reggae are ex-
amples.
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STATION CALL button "memo"
It is recommended that you make a note of the preset stations.
Character display used for station name input:
NOTE:
This unit converts lower case characters transmitted by broadcast station to upper case characters.
Character
Display indications
Character
Display indications
Character
Display indications
Character
Display indications
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P
Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] _ ! 0 1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 " % & ' ( ) +
– . / : = ? @
* `
STATION No.
CLASS A
Station Name
Station Name
Frequency
Station Name
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Frequency
CLASS B
Frequency
CLASS C
ADDITIONAL DATA
En
Folk Music: Music which has its roots
in the musical culture of a particular
nation, usually played on acoustic in-
struments. The narrative or story may
be based on historical events or
people.
Documentary: Program concerned
with factual matters, presented in an
investigative style.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check the
points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances being used.
If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer
to carry out repair work.
¶ Reconnect the power cord.
¶ Connect them properly to the TUNER terminals
on the amplifier.
¶ Connect the antenna properly.
¶ Preset the stations once again.
¶ Set the MPX MODE button to MONO (the
broadcast will be received in monaural).
¶ Set the RF ATT to off.
¶ Tune in the station correctly.
¶ Connect the antenna properly.
¶ Set the RF ATT to off.
¶ Extend both ends fully,and face it in the direc-
tion giving the best reception.
¶ Replace the supplied T-type FM antenna with
an outdoor antenna.
¶ Set the MPX MODE button to MONO (the
broadcast will be received in monaural).
¶ Set the RF ATT to off.
¶ Try changing the antenna location. If you are
using an outdoor antenna, move it away from
the street.
¶ Change antenna direction, and set it in the po-
sition giving the best reception.
¶ Move the loop antenna away from the unit.
¶ Install and connect an external AM antenna and
ground the unit.
¶ Turn off the noise-generating equipment, or
move it away.
¶ Use a multi-element FM antenna.
¶ Tune in the correct frequency.
¶ Set MPX MODE button to AUTO.
¶ Has the power cord been disconnected?
¶ Have any of the output cords been disconnected
or incorrectly connected?
¶ Has the antenna been disconnected or are the
connections loose?
¶ Was the power cord unplugged for several days
(preset station has been lost?)
¶ Are the signals weak and reception poor?
¶ Even though the signal is weak, the RF ATT is
on.
¶ Is the station properly tuned in to the correct fre-
quency?
¶ Has the antenna been disconnected or is the con-
nection loose?
¶ Even though the signal is weak, the RF ATT is
on.
On the FM band
¶ The T-type FM antenna has not been extended,or
it is not properly orientated.
¶ Are the signals weak and reception poor?
¶ Even though the signal is weak,the RF ATT is on.
¶ Static from other appliances (or automobiles) or
multipath reflection (radio waves reflected off
mountains and tall buildings,hence not received
directly).
On the AM band
¶ Poor positioning of the AM loop antenna.
¶ The supplied AM loop antenna is in contact with
the unit.
¶ Are the signals weak and reception poor?
¶ Noise from other electrical appliances
(fluorescent light/motors).
¶ Antenna input is insufficient because of weak
broadcast signals.
¶ The unit is not correctly tuned to the frequency
of the broadcaststation.
¶ MPX MODE button is set to MONO.
No power
No sound
Noise
Sound distortion
FM stereo broadcasts
not received in stereo
Symptom Cause Remedy
Abnormal functioning of this unit may be caused by static electricity, or other external interference. To restore normal operation, turn the power off
and then on again, or unplug the AC power cord and then plug it in again.
En
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SPECIFICATIONS
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range .......................................... 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Usable Sensitivity
NORMAL ............................. Mono: 14.2 dBf, IHF(1.4 µ V / 75 Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity
NORMAL ............................ Mono: 22.2 dBf, IHF (3.5 µ V / 75 Ω)
Stereo: 38.6 dBf, IHF (23.3 µ V / 75 Ω)
Sensitivity (DIN)
NORMAL .................................................... Mono: 1.0 µ V / 75 Ω
Stereo:50 µ V / 75 Ω
Signal-to-Noise Ratio .................................. Mono: 76 dB (at 85 dBf)
Stereo: 73 dB (at 85 dBf)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (DIN) .......................................... Mono: 64 dB
Stereo: 60 dB
Distortion ........................................................ Mono: 0.4 % (1 kHz)
Stereo: 1.0 % (1 kHz)
Alternate Channel Selectivity ............................... 70 dB (±400 kHz)
Stereo Separation ....................................................... 40 dB (1 kHz)
Frequency Response ................................. ±1 dB (30 Hz to 15 kHz)
Image Response Ratio ............................................................ 80 dB
IF Response Ratio ................................................................... 90 dB
Antenna Input ....................................................... 75 Ω unbalanced
AM (MW) Tuner Section
Frequency Range .......................531 kHz to 1,602 kHz (Step 9 kHz)
Sensitivity (IHF, Loop antenna) ...................................... 350 µ V / m
Selectivity .................................................................. 33 dB(±9 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................................................... 51 dB
Image Response Ratio ............................................................ 35 dB
IF Response Ratio ................................................................... 51 dB
Antenna ...................................................................... Loop Antenna
AM (LW) Tuner Section
Frequency Range .............................................. 153 kHz to 281 kHz
Sensitivity (IHF, Loop antenna) ................................... 1,000 µ V / m
Selectivity ................................................................................ 30 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................................................... 51 dB
Image Response Ratio ............................................................ 30 dB
IF Response Ratio ................................................................... 51 dB
Antenna ...................................................................... Loop Antenna
Audio Section
Output (Level/Impedance)
FM (100 % MOD) ......................................................... 1.0 V / 1k Ω
AM (30 % MOD) ....................................................... 224 mV / 1k Ω
Miscellaneous
Power Requirements ....................... AC 220 –230 Volts, 50 / 60 Hz
Power Consumption ................................................................10 W
Power Consumption in standby mode .......................................1 W
Dimensions ..................................... 420 (W) x 78 (H) x 287 (D) mm
Weight (without package) ...................................................... 2.7 kg
Furnished Parts
FM T-type antenna ......................................................................... 1
AM Loop antenna .......................................................................... 1
Audio cord ...................................................................................... 1
Control cord ................................................................................... 1
Operating Instructions ................................................................... 1
Warranty card ................................................................................. 1
NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modifications with-
out notice, due to improvements.
Published by Pioneer Electronic Corporation.
Copyright © 1999 Pioneer Electronic Corporation.
All rights reserved.
En
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<99D00ZX0T00> Printed in the UK / Imprimé en Grande Bretagne <ARE7208-A>
France: tapez 36 15 PIONEER
Published by Pioneer Electronic Corporation.
Copyright © 1999 Pioneer Electronic Corporation.
All rights reserved.
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