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Description of ONKYO CR-315 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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Using the TimersâContinued


If you selected Once, use the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the day, and then press [ENTER]. You can select: SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, or SAT.


Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons to specify the Off time, and then press [ENTER].

TIMER indicator


If you selected Every, use the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the day, Everyday, or Days Set, and then press [ENTER]. You can select the following:

Underscore indicates timer programmed for recording

Number of programmed timer


Use the Previous and Next [


[ ] buttons to specify the CD receiverâs volume level, and then press [ENTER].


Days Set




If you selected Days Set, use the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the ï¬rst day, and then press [ENTER].

The default setting is 10. If you want to use your normal volume level setting for the timer, press the Previous [ ] button repeatedly until âTimerVol.Offâ appears on the display. In this case, the timer will use the volume level that was set before the CD receiver was set to Standby.

Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons again to select the last day, and then press [ENTER].


Press the [STANDBY/ON] button to set the CD receiver to Standby. Notes: ⢠Be sure to set the CD receiver to Standby, otherwise the timed operation will not work. ⢠While a timed operation is in progress, you can cancel it by pressing the [TIMER] or [SLEEP] button. ⢠While timed recording is in progress, the output of the CD receiver is muted. To hear whatâs being recorded, press the [MUTING] button. Press it again to mute the CD receiver. ⢠Memory, random, and 1-Folder playback cannot be used with the timers.

You can select only consecutive days.


Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons to specify the On time, and then press [ENTER].

You can also use the remote controllerâs number buttons to enter the time. For example, to enter 7:29, press [>10], [0], [7], [2], and [9]. Notes: ⢠Once the On time is set, the Off time is automatically set to one hour later. ⢠To ensure that the ï¬rst few seconds of a program are recorded when using timer recording, set the On time slightly ahead of the programâs start time (about 1 minute).

To return to step 1 and start timer programming all over again, press the [MENU/NO] button at any point in this procedure.


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