CD-DP2500 (serv.man3). Part 2 — Sharp Audio User Guide / Operation Manual

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Preset tuning
You can store up to 40 stations in memory (40 stations consist-
ing of any combination of FM and AM stations you like) and
recall them at the push of a button.
To enter stations into memory:
1
Perform steps 1 - 6 in the “Tuning” section.
2
Press the MEMORY/SET button.
“MEMORY” and the preset channel number will flash.
3
Within 30 seconds, press the PRESET (
X
 or 
W
) button to
make the preset channel number flash in the display.
Store the stations in memory, in order, starting with pre-
set channel 1.
4
Within 30 seconds, press the MEMORY/SET button to store
that station in the selected station preset number memory.
If the “MEMORY” and preset number indicators go out
before the station is memorised, repeat the operation from
step 2.
5
Repeat steps 1 - 4 to set other preset stations, or to change
a preset station.
When a new station is stored in the selected station pre-
set number memory, the contents previously memorised
will be erased.
To store an RDS station in memory, perform steps 2 - 4
whilst the RDS station name is being displayed.
To recall a memorised station:
Press the PRESET (
X
 or 
W
) button for less than 0.5 seconds
to select the desired station.
The stations (preset channel number, frequency and fre-
quency band) which have been stored in memory will ap-
pear in the display in numerical order, irrespective of the
frequency bands.
Note:
When searching for a memorised station, do not press the
PRESET button for more than 0.5 seconds.
When the PRESET button is pressed for more than 0.5  sec-
onds, the unit will enter the preset memory scan mode.
Backup function:
The backup function protects all station presets for a few hours
should there be a power failure or the AC power lead is re-
moved from the AC socket.
Preset memory scan
The stations saved in the preset memory can be scanned au-
tomatically.
1
To scan the preset stations, press the PRESET (
X
 or 
W
)
button for more than 0.5 seconds.
The station preset number will flash and the programmed
stations will be tuned in sequentially, for 5 seconds each.
2
Press the PRESET (
X
 or 
W
) button again to stop the
memory scan at the desired station.
Note:
When the preset memory does not have any stations stored in
it, the preset memory scan will not function.
To erase all the contents in the preset memory:
1
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the stand-by mode.
2
Press the ON/STAND-BY button whilst holding down the
TUNER (BAND) button and the X-BASS button.
“TUNER CL” will appear.
After performing this operation, all of the preset memory
information will be erased.
(Main unit operation)
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RDS (Radio Data System) OPERATION
RDS is a broadcasting service which a growing number of FM
stations are now providing. It allows these FM stations to send
additional signals along with their regular programme signals.
For example, the stations send their station names, and infor-
mation about what type of programme they broadcast, such as
sports or music, etc.
When tuned to an FM station which provide the RDS service,
the RDS will appear, the station frequency (and then the sta-
tion name if sent) is displayed.
The TP (Traffic Programme) will appear on the display when
the received broadcast carries traffic announcements, and the
TA (Traffic Announcement) will appear whilst a traffic announce-
ment is being received.
EON will appear whilst the EON (Enhanced Other Networks
information) data is being broadcast.
The PTYI (Dynamic PTY Indicator) will appear whilst the
Dynamic PTY station is being received.
Note:
When the TP and TA appear at the same time, an an-
nouncement is being made.
When only the TA appears, an announcement is not being made.
(See page 26.)
Information Provided by RDS
With the CD-DP2500H, you can display three types of RDS
service. To show them in the display, press the DISPLAY MODE
button.
Each time you press the DISPLAY MODE button, the display
will change to show the following information.
Station names commonly known
will be displayed.
“NO PS” appears if no signal is
being received.
Programme type will be dis-
played.
“NO PTY” appears if no signal is
being received.
Radio text will be displayed.
“NO RT” appears if no signal is
being received.
Station frequencies.
PS (Programme Service):
PTY (Programme Type):
RT (Radio Text):
Station Frequency:
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NEWS:
Short accounts of facts, events and publicly
expressed views, reportage and actuality.
AFFAIRS:
Topical programme expanding or enlarging
upon the news, generally in different presen-
tation style or concept, including debate, or
analysis.
INFO:
Programmes whose purpose is to impart ad-
vice in the widest sense.
SPORT:
Programme concerned with any aspect of
sport.
EDUCATE:
Programme intended primarily to educate, of
which the formal element is fundamental.
DRAMA:
All radio plays and serials.
CULTURE:
Programmes concerned with any aspect of na-
tional or regional culture, including language,
theatre, etc.
SCIENCE:
Programmes about the natural sciences and
technology.
VARIED:
Used for mainly speech-based programmes
usually of light-entertainment nature, not cov-
ered by other categories. Examples include:
quizzes, panel games, personality interviews.
POP M:
Commercial music, which would generally be
considered to be of current popular appeal,
often featuring in current or recent record sales
charts.
ROCK M:
Contemporary modern music, usually written
and performed by young musicians.
EASY M:
Cur rent contemporary music considered to
be “easy-listening”, as opposed to Pop, Rock
or Classical, or one of the specialized music
styles, Jazz, Folk or Country. Music in this cat-
egory is often but not always, vocal, and usu-
ally of short duration.
LIGHT M:
Classical Musical for general, rather than spe-
cialist appreciation. Examples of music in this
category are instrumental music, and vocal or
choral works.
CLASSICS:
Performances of major orchestral works, sym-
phonies, chamber music etc., and including
Grand Opera.
OTHER M:
Musical styles not fitting into any of the other
categories. Particularly used for specialist mu-
sic of which Rhythm & Blues and Reggae are
examples.
WEATHER:
Weather reports and forecasts and Meteoro-
logical information.
FINANCE:
Stock Market reports, commerce, trading etc.
CHILDREN:
For programmes targeted at a young audience,
primarily for entertainment and interest, rather
than where the objective is to educate.
SOCIAL:
Programmes about people and things that in-
fluence them individually or in 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 programmes concerned with
travel to near and far destinations, package
tours and travel ideas and opportunities. Not
for use for Announcements about problems,
delays, or roadworks affecting immediate travel
where TP/TA should be used.
LEISURE:
Programmes concerned with recreational ac-
tivities in which the listener might participate.
Examples include, Gardening, Fishing. Antique
collecting, Cooking, Food & Wine etc.
JAZZ:
Polyphonic, syncopated music characterised
by improvisation.
COUNTRY:
Songs which originate from, or continue the
musical tradition of the American Southern
States. Characterised by a straightforward
melody and narrative story line.
NATION M:
Current Popular Music of the Nation or Region
in that country’s language, as opposed to In-
ternational ‘Pop’ which is usually US or UK in-
spired and in English.
OLDIES:
Music from the so-called “golden age” of popu-
lar music.
FOLK M:
Music which has its roots in the musical cul-
ture of a particular nation, usually played on
acoustic instruments. The narrative or story
may be based on historical events or people.
DOCUMENT:
Programme concerned with factual matters,
presented in an investigative style.
TEST:
Broadcast when testing emergency broadcast
equipment or receivers.
ALARM !:
Emergency announcement made under excep-
tional circumstances to give warning of events
causing danger of a general nature.
NONE:
No programme type (receive only).
TP:
Broadcasts which carry traffic announcements.
TA:
Traffic announcements are being broadcast at
present.
(Continued)
Descriptions of the PTY (Programme Type) codes, TP (Traffic Programme) and TA (Traffic Announcement)
With the CD-DP2500H, you can search for and receive the following PTY, TP and TA signals.
Note:
When the unit is in the EON stand-by mode and a programme
is selected, the unit will display “TI” instead of “TA”.
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ASPM (Auto Station Program Memory)
It is recommended that you store stations in memory using
ASPM.
(This memory can be used for PTY searches, station select
and EON switching.)
When the ASPM button is pressed, whilst tuned to the FM band,
the RDS (Radio Data System) function will automatically search
for new RDS stations. Up to 40 stations can be stored in memory.
(If you have already stored some stations in memory, the num-
ber of new stations you can store will be less.)
1
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to turn the power on.
2
Press the TUNER (BAND) button.
3
Press the TUNER (BAND) button to select the FM ST or FM
band.
4
Press and hold down the ASPM button for at least 3 sec-
onds.
 1 After “ASPM” has flashed for about 4 seconds, scanning
will start. (87.50 - 108.00 MHz)
 2 When an RDS station is found, the RDS will appear for a
short time and the station will be stored in memory.
 3 After scanning, the number of stations that have been
automatically stored in memory will be displayed for 4
seconds, and then “END” will appear for 4 seconds.
Notes:
Only RDS stations will be stored in memory in numerical
order.
If the same station is broadcasting on different frequencies,
the transmission with the strongest broadcast frequency will
be stored in memory.
Any station which has the same frequency as one which
has been already stored in memory will not be stored again.
The ASPM operation can be repeated until “END” appears.
If a 40th station is stored in memory during a scan, the scan-
ning will stop at that station. The number of stations and
“END” will each be displayed for 4 seconds.
If no stations have been stored in memory, “END” will ap-
pear for about 4 seconds.
If 40 stations have already been stored in memory and the
ASPM button is pressed, “END” will appear immediately and
the scan will be aborted.
If you want to redo the ASPM operation from the beginning,
erase the preset memory, and then perform steps 1 - 4.
If the RDS station broadcast signals are very weak, station
names may not be stored in memory.
To stop the ASPM operation before it is complete:
Press the ASPM button whilst it is scanning for stations.
The stations that have already been stored in memory will
be kept there.
To erase all the contents in the preset memory:
1
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the stand-by mode.
2
Press the ON/STAND-BY button whilst holding down the
TUNER (BAND) button and the X-BASS button.
“TUNER CL” will appear.
After performing this operation, all of the preset memory
information will be erased.
(Continued)
(4 seconds)
(Main unit operation)
(4 seconds)
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