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Excellent service manual, i didn't believe i could find it for such old product, it is very explanatory, managed to fix the disk player!!!
Nice manual. Clear copy and very rare, to boot. Great price, too!
Excellent service manual. Complete service info. with schematics, step-by-step instructions and illustrations. Well worth the price!
Great product, helped me to restore vintage walkman cassette.
Just some pictures could be little bit more sharp and contrast
I love older radio's and the service manuals that are sometimes hard to find. Was able to find a manual quite easily on this site.
POWER CD TUNER PHONO LINE TAPE 1 /MD TAPE 2 MONITOR
A SPEAKERS B
TAPE 2 MONITOR
The illustration shows the A-307R.
1 POWER (â OFF/_ ON) switch
Press to turn power to the unit ON and OFF. This unit cannot be turned ON and OFF using the remote control unit.
5 TAPE 2 MONITOR button/indicator
Use when there is an adaptor component (graphic equalizer, etc.) or cassette deck connected to the TAPE 2 MONITOR terminals. On : Indicator lights when using the adaptor component or listening to the cassette deck. Off : Indicator goes off when not in use.
2 REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR window 3 VOLUME control
Use to adjust the volume level.
Ã· When no connections are made to the TAPE 2 MONITOR terminals, or when they are not in use, be sure to set this switch to the off position. (No sound will be heard if it is set to the on position.) Ã· When the TAPE 2 MONITOR indicator is on and the INPUT SELECTOR knob is not set to TAPE 1/MD, the signals which are input through TAPE 2 MONITOR are then output at TAPE 1/MD REC OUT.
4 INPUT SELECTOR knob/indicators
Turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise so that the indicator lights for your desired input source. Turning the knob clockwise causes the lit indicator to right. Turning counterclockwise causes it to left. CD : For compact disc playback with a CD player. TUNER : For AM or FM broadcast reception with a tuner. PHONO : For record playback with a turntable. LINE : Set to this position when listening to the program from a component connected to the LINE terminals. TAPE 1/MD : For playback with a cassette deck or MD recorder connected to TAPE 1/MD terminals.
6 BALANCE control
Should normally be left in the center position. Adjust balance if the sound is louder from one of the speakers. If the right side is louder, turn toward the L (left) position and if the left side is louder, turn toward the R (right) position.
This control does not operate when the DIRECT button is in the on position.