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INTEGRA HDR1
Owner's Manual


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Description of INTEGRA HDR1 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Notes on CD and the internal hard disk drive
Notes on discs I Notes on playing discs
Use the discs compatible with IEC standards such as the CD with the logo (right) printed on it. You can also use CD-Rs containing MP3 audio data. Do not play CD-Rs intended for computer use or non-audio compact discs. Doing so may cause high-pitched noises or other unpredictable results that may damage speakers, amplifiers, and other connected components. Never use heart-shaped, octagonal, or other special shaped discs as they may damage the internal mechanisms of the HDR-1.

I Cautions for disc storage
Do not store discs in locations exposed to direct sunlight, near heat emitting devices, and other locations of excessive heat, or locations of extremely low temperatures. Also, always store discs properly in their protective cases.

I Handling discs

Note on the internal hard disk drive I Handling the hard disk drive
Do not shake or carry around the HDR-1 while playing the tracks recorded on the hard disc drive. Doing so may damage the internal hard disk drive.

Be careful not to touch the data side of the disc (the side that does not have printing on it). Always hold discs by the edges or by using the hole in the middle.

I Notes on the data and track recorded on the HDR-1âs HDD
Onkyo shall not be liable for the loss of the data and tracks recorded on the HDR-1âs HDD, regardless of the cause of failure or trouble. Never place labels or stickers on the data side or label side of the discs. Also, do not write on the discs or allow them to become scratched. If the HDD is replaced with the new one or initialized at HDR-1âs repair, all the data and tracks stored on the HDD will be lost. Onkyo shall not be liable for any damages resulting from the loss of the data and tracks on the HDD. If you want to avoid the loss of the data and tracks, save the original CDs and store the original data and tracks on other media.

I Cautions when using rented compact discs
Do not use discs that have cellophane tape attached to them or rental compact discs that have rental labels attached. If the tape is sticking out or peeling off, the disc may not be able to be ejected and the HDR-1 may become damaged.

I Cleaning
Dirt and contaminants on discs can obstruct the pickup of the signals and lead to deterioration the sound. When dirty, clean the data side with a soft dry cloth, wiping from the inside of the disc toward the outside. If the dirt is excessive, soak the cloth in water, wring it out, and then wipe the disc surface clean. Next, using a soft dry cloth, wipe the moisture form the disc surface. Do not use conventional record cleaners or antistatic agents. Also, never use benzene, thinners, or other volatile agents as they may damage the disc surface.

Condensation
When moving the HDR-1 from a cold location to a hot location, when quickly heating a cold location with a furnace, or other similar situation, condensation may occur. This may not only cause improper operation of the device, but may also damage the discs and components. If condensation has occurred, leave the HDR-1 until the condensation disappears without turning the power on. Using the HDR-1 with the condensation occurred may cause failure. If you will not use the HDR-1, then eject any disc inside.

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