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AMP Device Mode
e A Device Mode button congures the CR902 to
control your Arcam amplier. Pressing this button does
not aect the currently selected input on the amplier.
P
Toggles power between standby and on
DISP Cycles through the front panel display’s
brightness options
MODE Cycles through the display modes on the
front panel
MENU Displays the amplier setup menu on the
front panel
Navigate menus O conrms a selection
@
Toggles the mute function of the amplier
Vol-
Vol+
Decrease () and increase (+) amplier
volume
SP1 Toggles Speaker 1 output
SP2 Toggles Speaker 2 output
TUN Device Mode
e T Device Mode button congures the CR902 to
control the tuner functions of Arcam tuners.
P
Toggles power between standby and on
09e numeric keys are used to store and
recall presets
DISP Cycles through the front panel display’s
brightness options
BAND Cycles through tuner sources
)Rewind iPod
(Fast forward iPod
]Preset down/Sirius category down/iPod
track back
[Preset up/Sirius category up/iPod track
forward
#Stop iPod
$Play/pause iPod
&Play/pause iPod
SHUFF Cycle through iPod shue modes
MENU Displays the tuner setup menu on the front
panel
' , Preset up/down, iPod track back/forward
< > Decrement/increment tuning frequency
OConrm a selection
RPT Cycle through iPod repeat modes
FM MONO Toggle FM mode between mono and stereo
reception
P/TUNE Enter/Exit Preset recall mode
STORE Enter/Exit Preset store mode
INFO Cycle through dierent information display
modes
CD Device Mode
e c Device Mode button congures the CR902 to
control the CD functions of Arcam CD players.
PToggles power between standby and on
!Open/close disc tray
09
e numeric keys allow direct access to
individual tracks on a disc. To select a track
press the corresponding keypad button.
For tracks greater than 9, enter the digits
in sequence. For example, to play track 15,
press 1, then press 5.
DISP Cycles through the front panel display’s
brightness options
MODE Changes the available display modes on the
CD player
)Fast rewind
(Fast forward
]Skip back to the start of the current/
previous track
[Skip forwards to the start of the next track
#Stop playback
$Play
&Toggles pause of playback
SHUFF Toggles random (‘shue’) play on and o
MENU Enter a track in a programmed track list
Navigates track listings if supported by the
player O selects the currently highlighted
track if supported by the player
RPT
Repeat playback of the disc or pre-
programmed selection of tracks. To repeat a
particular track, select that track and press
RPT twice. To cancel, press RPT a third time.
SETUP Toggles between Programme and Normal
play
AUDIO A-B repeat function
SUBT Toggles between selecting the HD and CD
layer of SACD disc
BD Device Mode
e B Device Mode button congures the CR902 to
control the BD functions of Arcam BD players.
PToggles power between standby and on
!Open/close disc tray
09
e numeric keys allow direct access to
individual tracks on a disc. To select a track
press the corresponding keypad button.
For tracks greater than 9, enter the digits
in sequence. For example, to play track 15,
press 1, then press 5.
DISP Cycles through the front panel display’s
brightness options
MODE Changes the available display modes on the
BD player
)Fast rewind
(Fast forward
]Skip back to the start of the current/
previous track
[Skip forwards to the start of the next track
#Stop playback
$Play
&Toggles pause of playback
AUDIO Changes audio decode format (Dolby
Digital, DTS, etc.).
MENU Activates BD player menu.
Navigates track listings if supported by the
player O selects the currently highlighted
track if supported by the player
.Returns navigation to the top level of the
menu (‘Home’).
RTN When navigating a menu, press this key to
return to the previous screen or selection
SHUFF Toggles random (‘shue’) play on and o
RPT
Repeat playback of the disc or pre-
programmed selection of tracks. To repeat a
particular track, select that track and press
RPT twice. To cancel, press RPT a third time.
SACD Toggles between selecting the HD and CD
layer of SACD disc
troubleshooting
Sound cuts-out unexpectedly
If the temperature of the internal heatsink rises above
a safe level, then a thermal cut-out inside the amplier
operates to protect the unit and the protection system
temporarily removes power to the speakers. e system
will reset itself as the heatsink cools down.
< With two pairs of low-impedance speakers
connected (6Ω or less), overloads are more likely.
Overloading the amplier may cause it to shut
down because of overheating.
< Note that, due to the high output voltage from some
CD players, it is possible to drive your amplier
at full power even though the volume is not set at
maximum.
If you are having trouble with your amplier, check the
following items.
No sound
Check the following:
< e amplier is switched on.
< e A39 is not muted (i.e. MUTE (mute) is not
shown on the display panel; the power LED is
showing green, not orange or red).
< e selected source going in to the A39 is
generating audio (e.g., if CD is selected, then the
CD is playing).
< e speaker outputs on the A39 are active and the
appropriate speaker LED is showing green.
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