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Coby CX CX-CD400 Operation Manual

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COBY 

OPERATION MANUAL 

 
 

 

CX-CD400 MINI PORTABLE CD STEREO SYSTEM 

WITH AM/FM TUNER 

 
 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
 

 

 

 


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LOCATION OF CONTROLS 

 

Front View 

 

Side View

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6

1

2

3

4

5

28

26

27

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18 17

16

15

13 12

10

11

8

9

29

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rear View 

 

38

36

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LOCATION OF CONTROLS (Cont.) 

 
1. PAUSE 

BUTTON 

2. STOP/EJECT 

BUTTON 

3.  FAST FORWARD BUTTON 
4. REWIND 

BUTTON 

5. PLAY 

BUTTON 

6. RECORD 

BUTTON 

7. CASSETTE 

COMPARTMENT 

8. BAND 

SWITCH 

9. TUNING 

KNOB 

10.  FM STEREO INDICATOR 
11. REPEAT BUTTON 
12.  CD FORWARD SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON 
13.  CD PLAY / PAUSE BUTTON 
14. VOLUME CONTROL 
15.  RADIO DIAL SCALE 
16. DIAL POINTER 
17. PLAY/PAUSE INDICATOR 
18. LED DISPLAY 
19.  REPEAT 1/ALL INDICATOR 
20. PROGRAM INDICATOR 
21. REMOTE SENSOR 
22.  CD STOP BUTTON 
23.  CD BACKWARD SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON 
24. PROGRAM BUTTON 
25. POWER INDICATOR 
26. POWER SWITCH 
27. FUNCTION SWITCH 
28. HEADPHONE JACK 
29. SPAEKER BOX 
30.  CD OPEN/CLOSE CONTROL DOOR 
31. HANDLE 
32. ROD 

ANTENNA 

33. BATTERY COMPARTMENT 
34.  AC POWER CORD 
35. AC/DC VOLTAGE SELECTOR 
36.  SPEAKER JACK (RIGHT) 
37.  SPEAKER JACK (LEFT) 
38. 110V/220V 

AC VOLTAGE SELECTOR 

 

 

 


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GENERAL OPERATION 

 
POWER SOURCES 
Before connecting the Unit to an AC outlet, check that the operating voltage of the Unit 
is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. Connect the supplied AC power 
cord to the AC in jack. 
 
BATTERY OPERATION 
Switch the AC/DC selector to DC position.    Open the Battery Compartment Door and 
insert 8 UM-1 D size batteries, making sure that the indicated battery polarity is 
observed.  
Note: The AC cord must be completely disconnected if no AC/DC selector switch. 
 
RADIO OPERATION 
Slide the Function Switch to the RADIO position. Slide the Band Switch, as you prefer.   
Turn the tuning knob to your desired radio station.    Adjust the Volume Controls. 
 
SPEAKER PLACEMENT 
This unit features a detachable speaker system.    The left and right speaker enclosures 
can be detached from the main unit, and placed where desired.    When the speakers 
enclosure are attached to the main unit, the unit can be carried to any location desired. 
 
TO ATTACH THE SPEAKER ENCLOSURES 
1.  Attach the speaker enclosure to the main unit about halfway up, and slide the 

speaker enclosure to the locked position. 

2.  Extend the speaker wire to the desired length. 
3.  Insert the speaker wire plug into the SPEAKER JACK. 
 
TO DETACH THE SPEAKER ENCLOSURE 
1.  Remove the speaker wire plug from the SPEAKER JACK. 
2.  Push the RELEASE lever as illustrated and lift the speaker enclosure. 
3.  Wind the excess speaker wire onto the post, on the back of each speaker enclosure. 
 
FM STEREO INDICATOR 
Slide Band Switch to FM position, The FM Stereo indicator is on if stereo broadcasts 
are received. 
 
ANTENNAS 
Fully extend the Telescope Antenna to receive FM and SW (Option) stations.    For AM 
reception the unit has a built-in antenna.    Turn the whole unit for best reception. 
 

 


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STEREO HEADPHONE JACK 
For private listening, insert the plug of a Stereo Headphone into the Stereo Headphone 
JACK and adjust Volume Control Knobs, accordingly.    During the use of headphone, 
the External Speakers are automatically disconnected. 
 
 

CASSETTE OPERATION 

 
Tape A playback only. 
Depress the Stop/Eject Button to open the cassette door, insert a cassette into the door 
and push the cassette door to close. Slide the Function Switch to the TAPE position. 
Depress the Play Button, Adjust the Volume Control Knobs, to the listening level. To 
stop the tape, depress the Stop/Eject button. 
 
Tape B playback 
Depress the Stop/Eject Button to open the cassette door, Insert a cassette into the door 
and push the cassette door to close.    Slide the Function Switch to the TAPE position. 
Depress the Play Button.    Adjust the Volume Control Knobs to the listening level. 
To stop the tape, depress the Stop/Eject Button. 
 
Fast Forward and Rewind 
The tape be fast advanced or rewind by depressing the Fast Forward button or Rewind 
Button respectively. 
 
Pause Function 
During playback or recording, the tape can be stopped temporarily by depressing the 
pause Button.    To release this button, press it again. 
 
Auto Stop System 
When the tape runs to the end during playback or recording, the play button will release 
itself automatically, stopping the tape at the same time. 

 


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RECORDING 

 

A. RECORDING FROM THE BUILT-IN RADIO 

1.  Tune into the desired station. 
2.  Load a cassette into the TAPE b cassette compartment 
3.  Press the PAUSE button of TAPE B 
4.  Press the RECORD button of TAPE B, which also engages the PLAY button. 
5.  Press the PAUSE button again to begin recording. 
 

B. DUBBING 

Tape A Tape B 
Insert the tape to be copied into the Tape A Cassette Door. 
Insert the blank tape into the Tape B Cassette Door. Slide the Function switch to the 
Tape or Dubbing position. For ‘NORMAL’ or ‘HIGH’ speed dubbing. Depress Play 
Button of Tape A and both Record Button of Tape B at the same time. Signals from Tape 
A will be recorder/dubbed on to Tape B. 

 


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CD PLAYBACK 
 

1.  Slide the FUNCTION switch to CD position. 
2.  Press the CD Open/Close button to open the CD compartment. 
3.  Place a CD on the spindle, label side up. 
4.  Close the CD compartment. The total number of tracks will be displayed.    If the 

compartment is not close or there is no disc, “- -” sign will be displayed.   

5.  Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to start playback from the first track and the track 

number displayed during playback. The ‘Play/Pause LED Indicator’ is light up. 

 

TO INTERRUPT PLAYBACK 

1.  Press the PLAY/PAUSE button, and play back is interrupted. The ‘Play/Pause LED 

Indicator’ is flashing. 

2.  Press the button again to resume playback from the same point. 
 

TO STOP PLAY BACK 

Press the STOP button, then the total number of track will displayed again. 
 

PRECAUTIONS 

1.  Do not open the CD compartment while the disc is rotating. 
2.  Keep foreign objects out of the CD compartment. 
3.  If TV or radio interference occurs during CD operation, move the unit away from 

the TV or RADIO. 

4.  Subjecting the unit to shock or vibration can cause mistracking. 
5.  Playing some compact discs at high volume can also cause mistracking.    In this 

case, listen at lower volume. 

6.  Keep the CD compartment closed except when loading discs. 
 

FF/FR FUNCTION 

1.  Press the FF button to fast forward the playing program 
2.  Press the FR button to fast backward the playing program 
 

REPEAT PLAY 

1.  During PLAY mode, if REPEAT key is pressed. ‘REPEAT 1’ mode is engaged then 

the ‘REPEAT LED Indicator’ is flashing, and the current will be repeated 
continuously until ‘STOP’ or ‘REPEAT’ key is pressed.   

2.  If REPEAT key is pressed when ‘REPEAT 1’ mode is already engaged.    ‘REPEAT 

ALL’ will engage then the ‘REPEAT LED Indicator’ is light up, and the disc will be 
played repeatedly until ‘ STOP’ or ‘REPEAT’ key is pressed. 

3.  If REPEAT key is pressed when ‘ REPEAT ALL’ mode is engaged, All REPEAT 

functions are off. 

 


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WARNING 

 
1.  TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD.   
2.  DO NOT EXPOSE THE APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.     
3.  DO NOT REMOVE COVER.     
4.  PILOT LAMPS SOLDERED IN PLACE.     
5.  NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.     
6.  REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONEL. 
 
 

MAINTENANCE 

 
CLEANING THE TAPE HEADS 
Clean the heads frequently to remove dust and tape residue.    Dirt on the heads will 
impair the sound quality of both recording and playback. 
There are two methods for head cleaning 
A.  The simple method is to use a head-cleaning cassette, available at most audio stores. 

Follow the instructions supplied with the closing cassette. 

B.  The heads can be also cleaned manually. 

1.  Depress the EJECT button of Tape A and Tape B in order to open the cassette. 
2.  Depress the PLAY button of Tape A and Tape B. 
3.  Wipe the heads with a soft not – free cloth or cotton swab that has been 

partially soaked in alcohol, until the heads are free of all dirt and residue 
deposits. 

 
 

SPECIFICATIONS 

 
GENERAL 
Power Supply :     

AC 230V ~ 50Hz 
AC 110/220V ~ 60/50Hz (Option) 

   

 

 

 

DC 12V = 8 x “D” (UM-1/R-20) size batteries (not included) 

Frequency Range:   

AM  530 - 1710 KHz 

     FM 

 

88 

108 

MHz 

     SW 

 

 

12 

MHz 

(Option) 

Power Consumption: 

19 Watts 

Output Power:  

 

1.2 Watts RMS per channel x 2 

 

 

 

 

 

2.5 Watts RMS per channel x 2 (Option) 

 

 

 

 

 

4.5 Watts RMS per channel x 2 (Option) 

 

Remarks: The manufacturer reserves the right to amend the specification without prior notice. 

Version: Rev. 2 (Toshiba IC) 

 


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COBY

® 

90 DAYS LIMITED WARRANTY 

 

COBY ELECTRONICS CORP (“COBY”) 

warrants this product to the original 

purchaser to be free from defects in material or workmanship under normal use for 90 
DAYS from the date of original purchase. 

COBY

 agree under this warranty, to repair or 

replace it with a new or reconditioned product at no additional charge. 
Our warranty does not cover any product which has been subject to neglect, 
unreasonable use, accident, violation of operation instructions, or any product that has 
been repaired or modified by an unauthorized service agent.   
To obtain factory service, return this unit freight-prepaid to the address shown below 
within the duration of this warranty. Enclosed $ 6.00 for each item in form of money 
order made payable to 

COBY ELECTRONICS CORP. 

To cover the cost of shipping 

and handling. Also include a copy of the sales receipt to show proof of purchase and a 
detailed description of the problem. The unit(s) must be packaged in such a way as to 
reasonably protect it from possible shipping damaged. For further information write to: 
 

COBY ELECTRONICS CORP. 

Customer Service Dept. 

56-65 Rust Street 

MASPETH, NY 11378 

 

COBY

’s liability under any legal theory for any loss or damage in any way related to 

this product shall not be exceed the sales price of this product. In no event shall COBY 
be liable for any incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of this 
product, or inability to use this product. Repair of replacement as provided under this 
warranty is the exclusive right of the customer. 
 
Except to the extent prohibited by law, no express or implied warranty of merchant 
ability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product shall be extended beyond the 
period of this warranty. Some States prohibit the exclusion or limitation of incidental or 
consequential damages, so that the above limitations or exclusion may not apply to you. 
This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights that may 
vary from State to State.

 

 

 

 


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COBY CX-CD400 (CD-200) RATING LABEL
SIZE: 47.3 X 25.3 MM

COBY

CX-CD400

 MINI PORTABLE CD STEREO SYSTEM
 WITH AM/FM TUNER
 AM 530 - 1710 KHz
 FM 88 - 108 MHz
 AC 110 / 220V ~ 60Hz / 50Hz

 COBY ELECTRONICS CORP., U.S.A.                  

 

 55-56 RUST STREET, MASPETH, NY 11378

  MADE IN CHINA