Alpine CDE-102 manual

Alpine CDE-102 manual

PDF manual · 31 pages · English
Designed by ALPINE Japan
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MP3/WMA/AAC CD Receiver
CDE-102
OWNER’S MANUAL
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MODE D’EMPLOI
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MANUAL DE OPERACIÓN
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ALPINE ELECTRONICS MARKETING, INC.
1-1-8 Nishi Gotanda,
Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo 141-0031, Japan
Phone 03-5496-8231
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC.
19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance,
California 90501, U.S.A.
Phone 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.
777 Supertest Road, Toronto,
Ontario M3J 2M9, Canada
Phone 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
161-165 Princes Highway, Hallam
Victoria 3803, Australia
Phone 03-8787-1200
ALPINE ELECTRONICS GmbH
Frankfurter Ring 117, 80807 München, Germany
Phone 089-32 42 640
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF U.K. LTD.
Alpine House
Fletchamstead Highway, Coventry CV4 9TW, U.K.
Phone 0870-33 33 763
ALPINE ELECTRONICS FRANCE S.A.R.L.
(RCS PONTOISE B 338 101 280)
98, Rue de la Belle Etoile, Z.I. Paris Nord Il,
B.P. 50016, 95945 Roissy Charles de Gaulle
Cedex, France
Phone 01-48638989
ALPINE ITALIA S.p.A.
Viale C. Colombo 8, 20090 Trezzano
Sul Naviglio (MI), Italy
Phone 02-484781
ALPINE ELECTRONICS DE ESPAÑA, S.A.
Portal de Gamarra 36, Pabellón, 32
01013 Vitoria (Alava)-APDO 133, Spain
Phone 945-283588
ALPINE ELECTRONICS (BENELUX) GmbH
Leuvensesteenweg 510-B6,
1930 Zaventem, Belgium
Phone 02-725-13 15
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Table of contents

Operating Instructions
WARNING
   WARNING
   CAUTION
   PRECAUTIONS
   CAUTION
Getting Started
   Accessory List
   Turning Power On and Off
   Detaching and Attaching the Front Panel
   Initial System Start-Up
   Adjusting Volume
   Lowering Volume Quickly
   Setting Time
Radio
   Listening to Radio
   Presetting Stations Manually
   Presetting Stations Automatically
   Tuning to Preset Stations
CD/MP3/WMA/AAC
   Playback
   Repeat Play
   M.I.X. (Random Play)
   Searching for CD Text
   File/Folder Name Search (concerning MP3/WMA/AAC)
   Quick Search
   About MP3/WMA/AAC
Sound Setting
   Adjusting Subwoofer Level/Bass Level/ Treble Level/Balance (Between Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/ Defeat
   Setting the Bass Control
   Setting the Treble Control
   Adjusting the High Pass Filter
   Turning Loudness On/Off
Other Functions
   Displaying the Text
   Displaying Time
   Using the Front AUX Input Terminal
SETUP
   Bluetooth Setting
      Setting the Bluetooth Connection (BT IN)
   Sound Customizing
      Subwoofer On and Off
      Setting the Subwoofer System
   Visual Customizing
      Dimmer Control
      Scroll Type Setting
      Scroll Setting (TEXT SCR)
      Demonstration
   MP3/WMA/AAC
      Playing MP3/WMA/AAC Data (PLAY MODE)
   External Device
      Turning Mute Mode On/Off (INT MUTE)
      Connecting to an External Amplifier (POWER IC)
      Setting the AUX+ SETUP Mode
      Setting the AUX NAME mode
USB memory (Optional)
   Controlling USB memory (Optional)
   Playing MP3/WMA/AAC Files with the USB memory (Optional)
   USB Memory Connection (Optional)
   About MP3/WMA/AAC File of USB Memory
iPhone/iPod (Optional)
   Playback
   Searching for a desired Song
   Quick Search
   Direct Search Function
   Select Playlist/Artist/Album/Genre/ Composer
   Random Play Shuffle (M.I.X.)
   Repeat Play
   Displaying the Text
Information
   In Case of Difficulty
   Specifications
Installation and Connections
   Warning
   Caution
   Precautions
   Installation
   Connections
LIMITED WARRANTY

Alpine CDE-102 manual FAQs

FM stands for Frequency Modulation and AM stands for Amplitude Modulation. The biggest difference between FM radio stations compared to AM radio stations is the sound quality.
A volume above 80 decibels can be harmful to hearing. When the volume exceeds 120 decibels, direct damage can even occur. The chance of hearing damage depends on the listening frequency and duration.
If your car radio does not turn on, it will not receive any power. Check that the red wire is connected to the contact power supply and the yellow wire to the constant power supply.
A slightly damp cleaning cloth or soft, dust-free cloth works best to remove fingerprints. Dust in hard-to-reach places is best removed with compressed air.
Bluetooth is a way of exchanging data wirelessly between electronic devices via radio waves. The distance between the two devices that exchange data can in most cases be no more than ten metres.
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