ASA Electronics AM/FM RADIO WITH AUDIO CASSETTE PLAYER Stereo System User Manual

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Since FM signals become weaker as you drive further from the broadcast
station, you may experience flutter, noisy reception and fading in the poor
signal fringe areas. Through the use of advanced circuitry in this radio,the
"Fringe Area"has been greatly reduced, providing a larger reception range.
Even with this improved circuitry however,eventually the FM signal will
become too weak to provide quality reception. When this occurs, it is best
to change to a stronger local FM station. Although FM signals are not
reflected by the atmosphere, they are easily reflected by solid objects. This
characteristic of FM signals can produce two different reception possibilities.
First, an FM signal can "bounce" between tall buildings resulting in reception
in areas where AM reception is not possible. Second,the same effect can
result in the loss of an FM signal if a large obstruction such as a mountain
or building is located between you and the FM broadcasting antenna so that
it blocks the signals. In such cases, it is possible to have poor FM reception
even if you are not far from the broadcasting station.
Size: 2.08Hx7.25Wx6.25D
Operating Voltage: 12 Volts DC.Negative Ground
Output Power: 120 Watts Maximum(30 Wattsx4 Channels)
Output Wiring: Floating-Ground Type Designed for Use with 4 Speakers
(Front and Rear Channels Cannot be Combined (Bridged)
for use with 2 Speakers)
Impedance: Compatible with 4/8-Ohm Speakers
Tuning Range: AM: 520-1720kHz(10kHz Steps)
FM: 87.5-107.9MHz(200kHz Steps)
Sensitivity: AM: 30dB V
FM: 4.0dB V
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 60 dB
FM Stereo Separation: 25 dB
IF Rejection: FM 75 dB
AM 45 dB
Image Rejection: FM 55 dB
AM 60 dB
Bass Control 10dB 100kHz
Treble Control 10dB 10kHz
Cassette Mechanism: Manual Reverse with Auto-Aligned Azimuth System
Tape S/N Radio: Epual to,or greater than,40dB
Separation: Equal to,or greater than,35dB
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.