Aiwa HS-JS189 Manual, Operating Instructions

Manual, Operating Instructions for Aiwa HS-JS189 Cassette Player (2 pages)

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16/16920-hsjs189.pdf file (02 Dec 2023)
  • Manufacturer: Aiwa
  • Category of Device: Cassette Player
  • Document: HS-JS189, File Type: PDF Operating Instructions
  • Updated: 02-12-2023
  • Count of Pages: 2
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Data: UPD 2nd December 2023

Aiwa HS-JS189 Cassette Player PDF Operating Instructions (Updated: Saturday 2nd of December 2023 04:13:21 AM)

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Compatible devices: HS-TX506, HS-PX390 AH, HS-JS385, HS-TA293, CSD-A510, Z-KD770, CSD-FD79, HS-PX707.

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  • Page 1:

    ENGLISH

    Highlighted letters in the text of this manual correspond to the illustrations.

    PRECAUTIONS

    To maintain good performance

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

    In particular, do not keep the unit:

    • in a high humidity area such as a bathroom

    • near a heater

    • in an area exposed to direct sunlight (e.g., inside a parked car, where it

    can become extremely hot)

    Note on listening with the headphones

    • Listen at a moderate volume to avoid hearing damage.

    • Do not wear the headphones while driving or cycling. It may create a

    traffic hazard.

    • You should use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in

    potentially hazardous situations, such as walking, jogging, etc.

    • Wear them properly; L is left, R is right.

    • The in-ear type headphones should be worn with the longer cord behind

    your neck.

    TO INSERT DRY CELL BATTERIES A

    Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries with the 4 and 5 marks properly aligned.

    Battery replacement

    Replace the batteries when the OPE/BATT indicator goes out during

    playback.

    Battery life

    If the cover of the battery compartment comes off B

    Note on dry cell batteries

    • Make sure that the 4 and 5 marks are correctly aligned.

    • Do not mix different types of batteries, or an old battery with a new one.

    • Never recharge the batteries, apply heat to them or take them apart.

    • When not using the batteries, remove them to prevent needless wear.

    • If liquid leaks from the batteries, wipe thoroughly to remove.

    Using on AC house current C

    Connect the AC power adaptor to the DC 3V jack and to a wall outlet.

    Use the AC-E30HG AC power adaptor (not supplied). Do not use any other

    AC power adaptor.

    Note

    Specifications for AC-E30HG vary for each area. Check your local voltage

    and the shape of the plug before purchasing.

    PREPARATION

    Using the belt clip D

    Cassette tapes E

    • Check and tighten slack tape before use with a pencil or a similar tool.

    Slack tape may break or jam in the mechanism.

    • C-100 or longer tapes are extremely thin and easily deformed or

    damaged. They are not recommended for use in this unit.

    To prevent accidental erasure F

    Break off the plastic tabs on the cassette tape after recording with a

    screwdriver or other similar tool.

    a Side A

    b Tab for side A

    To record on the cassette without the tab G

    Cover the tab openings with cellophane tape.

    c Cellophane tape

    PLAYBACK H

    Connect the supplied headphones to the ! jack of the main unit.

    1 Open the cassette holder and insert a cassette.

    a The side to be played back

    2 Set the RADIO/TAPE switch to TAPE.

    3 Press |PLAY to start playback.

    4 Adjust the volume.

    Basic operation

    • cFF/CUE and dREW/REV are not released at the end of the tape.

    Press aSTOP to release the buttons.

    • Before pressing |PLAY, press aSTOP when cFF/CUE or

    dREW/REV is pressed.

    • The PAUSE switch is released automatically when the aSTOP button is

    pressed.

    Super bass

    Set the S-BASS switch to ON to emphasize the low frequencies.

    To search while monitoring the sound

    Keep cFF/CUE or dREW/REV pressed during playback. You can

    search for the point you wish to listen to by monitoring the sound. When the

    point is reached, release it to resume playback.

    To select the tape type I

    Set the tape selector switch to the correct position.

    NOR: Type I (Normal) tape

    HI/MTL: Type II (high/CrO

    2) or Type IV (metal) tape

    1 2

    3

    C

    A

    B

    With manganese

    batteries (R6P)

    With alkaline

    batteries (LR6)

    JEITA 1 mW playback

    Approx. 6 hours

    Approx. 20 hours

    JEITA recording

    Approx. 4 hours

    Approx. 18 hours

    To fast forward Press cFF/CUE in stop mode.

    To rewind Press dREW/REV in stop mode.

    To stop Press aSTOP.

    To pause Set the PAUSE switch to ON.

    To resume, set it to OFF.

    d

    HS-JS189

    STEREO RADIO CASSETTE RECORDER

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

    8Z-HJA-904-11

    021004BKK-SA-AL

    I

    R6(AA) × 2

    DC 3 V

    AC-E30HG

    OPE/BATT

    DE

    H

    1

    FG

    c

    b

    a

    23 4

    STOP

    S-BASS

    PAUSE

    REW/REV

    FF/CUE

    2

    3

    4

    1

    Sony Corporation

    http://www.aiwa.com/

  • Page 2:

    ENGLISH

    RADIO RECEPTION J

    1 Set the RADIO/TAPE switch to RADIO.

    2 Select AM or FM ST (stereo).

    3 Turn the TUNING control to tune in to a station.

    4 Adjust the volume.

    After listening, set the RADIO/TAPE switch to TAPE to turn off the power.

    Super bass

    Set the S-BASS switch to ON to emphasize the low frequencies.

    If the FM stereo signal is weak

    Select FM in step 2.

    The sound will be heard in monaural, but distortion will be reduced.

    For better reception K

    FM: The headphone cord functions as the FM antenna. Keep it extended.

    AM: Turn the unit to find the position which gives the best reception.

    RECORDING FROM THE RADIO L

    • Use Type I (normal) tape for recording.

    • Recording is done on the side facing the cassette holder.

    1 Insert a cassette.

    a The side to be recorded on

    2 Tune in to a station.

    3 Press iREC to start recording.

    The |PLAY button is depressed simultaneously, and the REC indicator

    flashes in red.

    After recording, set the RADIO/TAPE switch to TAPE to turn off the power.

    Basic operation

    • When the end of the tape is reached, recording stops and iREC and

    |PLAY are released.

    • The PAUSE switch is released automatically when the aSTOP button is

    pressed.

    If a high-pitched sound is heard during recording from AM

    Set the OSC switch b to the position that less noise is heard.

    RECORDING FROM THE MICROPHONE

    M

    • Use Type I (normal) tape for recording.

    • Recording is done on the side facing the cassette holder.

    • You can record from the FLAT MIC (built-in microphone) or optional

    external microphone.

    Recording with the FLAT MIC

    The recorded sound will be monaural.

    1 Insert a cassette.

    a The side to be recorded on

    2 Set the RADIO/TAPE switch to TAPE.

    3 Place the unit on a desk, etc. with the FLAT MIC facing upward and

    oriented to the sound source.

    4 Press iREC to start recording.

    The |PLAY button is depressed simultaneously, and the REC indicator

    flashes in red.

    Basic operation

    • When the end of the tape is reached, recording stops and iREC and

    |PLAY are released.

    • The PAUSE switch is released automatically when the aSTOP button is

    pressed.

    Note

    When you record with the FLAT MIC, make sure that no other microphone

    is connected to the MIC jack.

    To start recording immediately during playback

    Press iREC during playback. Recording starts immediately.

    If a high-pitched howling sound is heard

    Move the headphones and the microphone farther apart, or reduce the

    volume. Adjusting the output volume does not affect the sound to be

    recorded.

    Recording with the optional external microphone

    Connect an optional external microphone to the MIC jack before recording.

    In this case, the recorded sound will be stereo. Connecting a microphone

    to the MIC jack deactivates the FLAT MIC.

    MAINTENANCE N

    To clean the head and the tape path

    After every 10 hours of use, clean the head and the tape path with a head

    cleaning cassette or cotton swab moistened with cleaning fluid or denatured

    alcohol. (These cleaning kits are commercially available.)

    When cleaning with a cotton swab a, wipe b, c, d and e.

    To clean the cabinet

    Use a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution.

    Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine or thinner.

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Frequency range: FM 87.5 – 108 MHz; AM 530 – 1,605 kHz

    Maximum output: 6 mW + 6 mW (JEITA 32 ohms)

    Power sources: DC 3 V using two R6 (size AA) dry cell batteries, AC

    house current using the optional AC power adaptor

    Sony AC-E30HG.

    Maximum dimensions:

    120.7 (W) × 91 (H) × 39.4 (D) mm

    (4

    7

    /8 × 3

    5

    /8 × 1

    9

    /16 in.)

    Weight: Approx. 166 g (5.8 oz) excluding the batteries

    Accessories: Stereo headphones (1)

    Belt clip (1)

    • The specifications and external appearance of this unit are subject to

    change without notice.

    COPYRIGHT

    Please check the laws on copyright relating to recording from discs, radio or

    external tape for the country in which the unit is being used.

    J

    K

    L

    M

    N

    12

    34

    123

    34

    12

    FM AM

    To stop Press aSTOP.

    To pause Set the PAUSE switch to ON.

    The REC indicator lights in green.

    To resume, set it to OFF.

    To stop Press aSTOP.

    To pause Set the PAUSE switch to ON.

    The REC indicator lights in green.

    To resume, set it to OFF.

    S-BASS

    1

    2

    3

    4

    MIC

    4

    PAUSE

    2

    REC

    FLAT MIC

    1

    STOP

    FLAT MIC

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