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Mini HiFi System
Important notes for users in the U.K. Mains plug This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13 Amp plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows: 1 Remove fuse cover and fuse. 2 Fix new fuse which should be a BSAmp, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type. 3 Refit the fuse cover. If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in its place. If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of 5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board should not be greater than 5 Amp. Note: The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13 Amp socket elsewhere. How to connect a plug The wires in the mains lead are coloured with the following code: blue = neutral (N), brown = live (L). As these colours may not correspond with the colour markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or coloured black. Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug, marked E (or e) or coloured green (or green and yellow). Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply over the two wires. Copyright in the U.K. Recording and playback of material may require consent. See Copyright Act 1956 and The Performers Protection Acts 1958 to 1972.
English Franais Espaol Deutsch Nederlands Italiano Svenska Dansk Suomi Portugus 2
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA
Si dichiara che lapparecchio FW320C Philips risponde alle prescrizioni dellart. 2 comma 1 del D.M. 28 Agosto 1995 n. 548. Fatto a Eindhoven , il 30/10/1998 Philips Consumer Electronics Philips, Glaslaan JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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INDEX English..4 Franais..25 Espaol..45 Deutsch..65 Nederlands..85 Italiano..105 Svenska.125 Dansk..145 Suomi..165 Portugus..185
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
English Portugus 3 Suomi Dansk Svenska Italiano Nederlands Deutsch Espaol Franais
General Information.. 5 Safety Information... 5 Preparation... 6 - 7 Controls... 8 - 9 Operating The System. 10 - 11 CD... 12 - 14 Tuner... 15 - 16 Tape... 17 - 18 Aux.... 18 Recording... 19 - 20 Clock... 21 Timer... 21 - 22 Maintenance.. 23 Specifications... 23 Troubleshooting.. 24
The type plate (which contains the serial number) is located at the rear of the system. Recording is permissible if copyright or other rights of third parties are not infringed. This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community.
Before operating the system, check that the operating voltage indicated on the typeplate (or the voltage indication beside the voltage selector) of your system is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. If not, please consult your dealer. The type plate is located at the rear of your system. When the system is switched on, do not move it around. Place the system on a solid base (e.g. a cabinet). Place the system in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat build-up in your system. Do not expose the system to excessive moisture, rain, sand or heat sources. Under no circumstances should you repair the system yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty! If the system is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lens of the CD unit inside the system. Should this occur, the CD player will not operate normally. Leave the power on for about one hour with no disc in the system until normal playback is possible. Electrostatic discharge may cause unexpected problems. See whether these problems disappear if you unplug the AC power cord and plug it in again after a few seconds. To disconnect the system from the power supply completely, remove the AC power plug from the wall socket. English 5
All unnecessary packaging material has been omitted. We have done our utmost to make the packaging easily separable into three mono-materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and polythene (bags, protective foam sheet). Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment.
Remote control Batteries (2 x AA size) for remote control AM loop antenna FM wire antenna AC power cord
FM AERIAL 75 FRONT
AC MAINS ~
Connect the supplied loop antenna to the AM AERIAL terminal. Place the AM loop antenna far away from the system and adjust its position for the best reception. Insert the batteries (Type R06 or AA) into the remote control as shown in the battery compartment. English 7
A AM Loop Antenna Connection
D Connecting other equipment to your system
You can connect the audio left and right OUT terminals of a TV, VCR, Laser Disc or DVD player to the AUX IN terminals at the rear of the system.
Inserting batteries into the Remote Control
B FM Wire Antenna Connection
Connect the supplied FM wire antenna to the FM 75 terminal. Adjust the position of the FM antenna for the best reception. Outdoor Antenna For better FM stereo reception connect an outdoor FM antenna to the FM AERIAL 75 terminal using a 75 coaxial wire.
E AC Power Supply
After all other connections have been made, connect the AC power cord to the system and to the wall outlet.
C Speaker Connections
Connect the right speaker to Front terminal R, with the red wire to + and the black wire to -. Connect the left speaker to Front terminal L, with the red wire to + and the black wire to -. 12 mm Clip the stripped portion of the speaker wire as shown. unlock lock
To avoid damage from possible battery leakage, remove dead batteries or batteries that will not be used for a long time. For replacement, use type R06 or AA batteries.
3 CD ROTARY CHANGER SYSTEM CD SYNCHRO RECORDING
STEREO NEWS REPLAY
REPEAT SHUFFLE PROGRAM TIMER
REC HSD MW
CLOCK TIMER PROGRAM
TER VOLUME MAS
DIGITAL SOUND CONTROL
TAPE 1 2
NORMAHIGH RECORD REPLAY MIC LEVEL
TAPE 1 TAPE 2
R EC ORD
SHUFFLE REPEAT PROGRAM
1 STANDBY-ON to switch the system on or to standby mode. to store radio stations automatically by pressing and holding for 5 seconds. 2 SOURCE : to select the following. CD / (CD 123) to select CD mode. When CD in stop mode; to select the disc tray 1, 2 or 3. TUNER / (BAND) to select Tuner mode. When in tuner mode; to select the waveband: FM or MW. TAPE / (TAPE 1 2) to select Tape mode. AUX / (VIDEO) to select sound from an external source (e.g. TV, Laser Disc, DVD or VCR player). 3 MODE SELECTION SEARCH (TUNING ) for CD. to search backward/forward. for TUNER.. to tune to a lower or higher radio frequency. STOPCLEAR (DEMO) for CD. to stop CD playback or clear a program. for TUNER.. to stop programming. DEMO. to stop demonstration mode. PLAY PAUSE for CD. to start or interrupt playback. PREV / NEXT (PRESET ) for CD. to skip to the beginning of the current or previous/next track. for TUNER.. to select a preset station in memory. 4 DUBBING to dub a tape in normal or fast speed. English 9
Controls on the system and remote control
5 DIGITAL SOUND CONTROL (DSC) to select the desired sound effect : OPTIMAL, JAZZ, ROCK or TECHNO. 6 DIGITAL SOUND CONTROL DISPLAY PANEL to view the selected DSC display. 7 DYNAMIC BASS BOOST (DBB) to switch on bass boost to enhance bass response or to switch off bass boost. 8 DISPLAY to view the current setting of the system. 9 CD CAROUSEL TRAY 0 CD DIRECT PLAY (DISC 1 / DISC 2 / DISC 3) to select a CD tray for playback. ! OPENCLOSE to open or close the CD carousel tray. @ DISC CHANGE to change CD(s). # CLOCKTIMER to view clock, set clock or timer. $ PROGRAM to program CD tracks in CD mode or preset radio stations in tuner mode. % VOLUME to adjust the volume level. ^ n to connect headphones. & TAPE DECK 2 * TAPE DECK 2 OPERATION PLAY . to start playback. .. to rewind the tape. .. to fast forward the tape. STOPOPEN. to stop playback or to open the tape door. PAUSE.. to interrupt playback.
( TAPE DECK 1 OPERATION RECORD.. to start recording. PLAY . to start playback. . to rewind the tape. . to fast forward the tape. STOPOPEN. to stop playback/recording or to open the tape door. PAUSE.. to interrupt playback or recording. ) TAPE DECK 1 BRIGHTNESS (available in model FW620 only) to adjust the intensity of the display illumination. REPEAT to repeat a CD track. SHUFFLE to play all the available discs and their tracks in random order. MUTE to switch off the sound temporarily. B to switch the system to standby mode.
Notes for remote control: First select the source you wish to control by pressing one of the source select keys on the remote control (e.g. CD, TUNER, TAPE 1/2 or AUX). Then select the desired function (PLAY, NEXT, etc.).
OPERATING THE SYSTEM
Notes : When EASY SET is used, all previously stored stations will be erased. The last preset station will appear on the display when EASY SET is completed.
DUBBING FAST NORMAL
Important: Before you begin operating the system, complete the preparation procedures.
The system has a demonstration mode that shows the various features offered by the system. Whenever the system is switched on from the wall socket, the demonstration mode will start automatically.
To cancel demonstration mode Press and hold STOPCLEAR (DEMO) (on the system only) for 5 seconds to stop the demonstration. The demonstration mode will be switched off. The system will switch to standby mode.
EASY SET allows you to store all available radio stations in a particular band (FM, MW or LW) automatically. Press and hold STANDBYON (on the system only) for 5 seconds; when the system is in standby or demonstration mode. "EASY SET" will be displayed and followed by "TUNER". EASY SET will start with the last active band. All available radio stations with sufficient signal strength will be stored or until 40 presets are filled.
Notes: During demonstration mode, if you press any source (or standby-on) button, the system will switch to the respective (or standby) mode. When the system is switched to standby mode, 5 seconds later, the demonstration mode will resume.
Switching the system ON
STANDBY. ON CD 3
Press STANDBYON (on the system only), CD, TUNER, TAPE or AUX. You can also switch on the system by pressing any one of the CD DIRECT PLAY buttons.
Switching the system to standby mode
Press STANDBYON again. The system will switch to standby mode.
Selecting the Source
Press the respective source selection button: CD, TUNER, TAPE or AUX. The display indicates the selected source.
Note: For an external source, make sure that you have connected the audio left and right OUT terminals of the external equipment (TV, VCR, Laser Disc or DVD player) to the AUX IN terminals.
Volume Adjustment Adjust VOLUME to increase or decrease the sound level. For Personal Listening Connect the headphones plug to the n socket at the front of the system. The speakers will be muted. Digital Sound Control (DSC) The DSC feature enables you to enjoy special sound effects that have preset equalizer settings, providing the best music reproduction.
Press DIGITAL SOUND CONTROL (DSC) to select OPTIMAL, JAZZ, ROCK or TECHNO. The Digital Sound Control display panel will light up respectively. OPTIMAL, JAZZ, ROCK or TECHNO will be displayed. English 11
Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB) The DBB mode enhances the bass response.
Press DBB to switch on bass response. The DBB button lights up. DBB ON will be displayed.
Mute This feature allows you to temporarily switch off the sound of the system without switching off the system when you require a moment of silence.
Press MUTE on the remote control to switch off the sound. MUTE will be displayed. Press MUTE again on the remote control or increase the VOLUME level to switch on the sound.
To switch off DBB Press DBB again. The DBB button light is switched off. DBB OFF will be displayed.
Automatic DSC-DBB selection The best setting for the DBB is automatically generated for the respective DSC selection. You can manually select the DBB setting that best suits your listening environment.
DSC Selection Optimal Jazz Rock Techno DBB On/Off On Off Off On
Note: Some CDs or tapes might be recorded in high modulation. It may cause a distortion at high volume. If this occurs, switch off DBB or reduce the volume.
Loading the CD Changer
NORMA HIGH RECORD REPLAY MIC LEVEL
Warning! 1) This system is designed for conventional CDs. Do not use any accessories like disc stabilizer rings or CD treatment sheets, etc., which may damage the CD mechanism. 2) Do not load more than one disc into each tray. 3) When the CD changer is loaded with CD(s), do not turn over or shake the system. This may jam the changer.
You can load up to three discs in the CD changer for continuous playback without interruption. 12
1 Press CD to select CD mode. 2 Press OPENCLOSE. The CD compartment slides out. 3 Load a CD with the printed side up in the right tray. You can load another disc in the left tray. To load the third disc, press the DISC CHANGE button. The CD changer carousel will rotate until the empty tray is at the right hand side and is ready for loading. Playback will always start with the disc in the outer right disc tray. 4 Press OPENCLOSE to close the CD compartment. The total number of tracks and playing time of the last selected disc appear on the display.
CD Direct Play
You can play a CD directly by pressing the DISC 1, DISC 2 or DISC 3 button. The CD player will stop at the end of playback of the selected disc. When the button is lighted, it indicates that there is a disc loaded in the disc tray.
1 Press PLAY to start playback. The disc tray, track number and elapsed playing time of the current track appear on the display. To interrupt playback, press PAUSE. The playing time flashes. To resume playback, press PLAY again. 2 To stop playback, press STOPCLEAR. Selecting a desired track at the stop mode 1 Press PREV or NEXT until the desired track appears on the display. 2 Press PLAY to start playback. The selected track number and elapsed playing time appear on the display. Selecting a desired track during playback 1 Press PREV or NEXT until the desired track appears on the display. The selected track number and elapsed playing time appear on the display. If you press PREV once it will skip to the beginning of the current track and play the track again. Programming tracks of a loaded CD is possible in the stop mode. The display will indicate the total tracks stored in the program. Up to 40 tracks can be stored in the memory in any order. When 40 tracks are stored and you attempt to store another track, the display will show PROGRAM FULL. 1 Load the desired discs in the disc trays. 2 Press PROGRAM to start programming. The PROGRAM flag starts flashing. 3 Press the CD (CD 123) button to select the disc. 4 Press PREV or NEXT to select the desired track. 5 Press PROGRAM to store the track. Repeat steps 3 to 5 to store other discs and tracks. 6 Press STOPCLEAR once to end programming mode. The total number of tracks programmed and total playing time appear on the display. English 13
Playing a CD
Selecting a desired track
Note: All the available discs will play once, then stop. When the CD has stopped playing, the system will switch to the standby mode after 15 minutes if no button is pressed.
You can change the outer 2 discs while the third inner disc is at the stop or playing mode. 1 Press DISC CHANGE. The CD compartment slides out. 2 Replace the discs in the left and right disc trays. If you press DISC CHANGE again during playback, the CD will stop playing. The CD carousel tray will rotate until the inner tray is at the right hand side and is ready for changing. 3 Press OPENCLOSE to close the CD compartment.
Searching for a particular passage during playback
Press and hold or until the desired passage is located. The volume will be reduced. Play returns to normal when or is released.
Notes: If the total playing time is more than 99:59 or if one of the programmed tracks has a number greater than 30, then --:-- appears in the display instead of the total playing time. During programming, if no button is pressed within 20 seconds, the system will exit program mode automatically.
Playing the program
1 Press PLAY to start program playback. PLAY PROGRAM appears on the display. The track number and elapsed playing time of the current track will appear on the display. If you press REPEAT during program playback, the current track will be played repeatedly. The REPEAT and PROGRAM flags will be displayed. 2 Press STOPCLEAR to stop program playback.
Erasing the program (in the stop mode) Press STOPCLEAR on the system. PROGRAM CLEARED will be displayed.
Note: The program will be erased when the system is disconnected from the power supply. If the CD carousel is opened, the tracks belonging to the outer two trays will be erased and the display will show CLEARED.
Repeat (only on remote control)
It will play the current track repeatedly. 1 Press REPEAT during CD playback. REPEAT TRACK will be displayed. The REPEAT flag appears on the display. The track will now be played repeatedly until you press STOPCLEAR. 2 Press REPEAT again to resume normal playback. The REPEAT flag disappears from the display.
Note: If you press any of the CD DIRECT PLAY button, the system will play the selected disc or track and the stored program will be ignored temporarily. The PROGRAM flag will also temporarily disappear from the display and then reappear when the playback for the selected disc ends.
Shuffle (only on remote control)
It will play all the available discs and their tracks in random order. Shuffle may also be used when tracks are programmed. To shuffle all the discs and tracks 1 Press SHUFFLE. SHUFFLE will be displayed. The SHUFFLE flag, the disc and the track selected at random appear on the display. The discs and the tracks will now be played in random order until you press STOPCLEAR. If you press REPEAT during shuffling, the current track will be played repeatedly. The REPEAT and SHUFFLE flags will be displayed. 2 Press SHUFFLE again to resume normal playback. The SHUFFLE flag disappears from the display.
Reviewing the program
Reviewing of the program is only possible in the stop mode. Press PREV or NEXT repeatedly to review the programmed tracks. Press STOPCLEAR to exit review mode.
You can store up to 40 radio stations in the memory. When a preset radio station is selected, the preset number appears next to the frequency on the display. Automatic programming 1 Press TUNER. 2 Press TUNER (BAND) again to select the desired waveband : FM, MW or LW. 3 Press PROGRAM for more than one second. PROGRAM flag starts flashing and AUTO will be displayed. Every available station for the selected waveband will be stored automatically. The frequency and preset number will be displayed briefly. The system will stop searching when all the available radio stations are stored or when the memory for 40 preset radio stations is used. The system will remain tuned to the last stored preset radio station. Repeat the above procedure to store other preset radio stations for the other waveband. Remember to select the next available preset number before proceeding. If not, some of the preset radio stations may be erased.
STOPCLEAR PLAY PAUSE
EASY SET allows you to store all available radio stations in a particular band (FM, MW or LW) automatically. Press and hold STANDBYON (on the system only) for 5 seconds; when the system is in standby or demonstration mode. "EASY SET" will be displayed and followed by "TUNER". EASY SET will start with the last active band. All available radio stations with sufficient signal strength will be stored or until 40 presets are filled. Notes : When EASY SET is used, all previously stored radio stations will be erased. The last preset radio station will appear on the display when EASY SET is completed.
Tuning to radio stations
1 Press TUNER to select TUNER mode. "TUNER" will be displayed. A few seconds later, the current frequency will be displayed. 2 Press TUNER (BAND) again to select the desired waveband : FM, MW or LW. 3 Press TUNING or for more than one second, then release. The display will show SEARCH until a radio station with sufficient signal strength is found. Repeat this procedure until the desired station is reached. To tune to a weak station, briefly press TUNING or until the display shows the desired frequency and/or when the best reception has been obtained.
Notes: You can cancel the automatic programming by pressing PROGRAM or STOPCLEAR on the system only. If you want to reserve a section of preset numbers, for example preset numbers 1 to 9, select preset 10 before starting automatic programming: now only the preset numbers 10 to 40 will be programmed.
Storing Preset Stations
Manual programming 1 Press TUNER. 2 Press TUNER (BAND) to select the desired waveband : FM, MW or LW. 3 Press PROGRAM for less than one second. PROGRAM flag, the frequency and preset number start flashing. The next available preset number will be displayed for selection. 4 Press TUNING or to tune to the desired frequency. If you wish to store the radio station to another preset number, press PRESET 4 or 3 to select the desired preset number. 5 Press PROGRAM again. PROGRAM flag will stop flashing, and the radio station will be stored. Repeat the above procedure to store other preset radio stations.
Tuning to Preset Radio Stations
Press PRESET 4 or 3 to select the desired preset number. The preset number, frequency and waveband appear on the display
Notes: When 40 radio stations are stored and you attempt to store another radio station, the display will show " PROGRAM FULL. If you want to change an existing preset number; repeat steps 4 and 5. You can cancel manual programming by pressing STOPCLEAR on the system only. During programming, if no button is pressed within 20 seconds, the system will exit program mode automatically.
Press STOPOPEN. The tape deck door opens. Load the tape with the open side downward and the full spool to the left. Close the tape deck door. English 17
Loading a tape
1 Press TAPE to select TAPE mode. "TAPE" will be displayed. 2 Load the tape into the selected tape deck. 3 Press PLAY to start playback. To interrupt playback, press PAUSE. To resume playback, press PAUSE again. 4 Press STOPOPEN to end playback.
At the stop mode 1 You can rewind or fast forward a tape by pressing or respectively. The tape will stop automatically at the end of rewinding or fast forwarding. 2 Press STOPOPEN to stop rewinding or fast forwarding.
Continuous Playback From Tape Deck 2 to Tape Deck 1
Press TAPE to select TAPE mode. Load the tapes in tape deck 1 and 2. Press PLAY 2 on tape deck 2. Press PAUSE on tape deck 1. Press PLAY 2 on tape deck 1. Playback will begin with tape deck 2 and will continue with tape deck 1 when playback on tape deck 2 ends. 6 Press STOPOPEN if you want to stop playback before the end of the tape in tape deck 1 or tape deck 2. 5
CLOCK TIMER PROGR
Notes: During rewinding or fast forwarding of a tape, it is also possible to select another source mode (e.g. CD, TUNER or AUX mode). Check and tighten slack tape before use with a pencil. Slack tape may get jammed or may burst in the mechanism. C-120 tape is extremely thin and is easily deformed or damaged. It is not recommended for use in this system. Store the tapes at room temperature and do not put them too close to a magnetic field (for example, a transformer, TV or loudspeaker boxes).
Selecting External Equipment
If you have connected the audio out terminals of the external equipment (TV, VCR, Laser Disc or DVD player) to the AUX IN terminals, you can hear the enhanced sound from the system. Press AUX to select the external mode. "AUX" will be displayed.
Note: All the sound control features (e.g. DSC, DBB, etc.) are available for selection.
Notes: For recording, use only tape of IEC type I (normal tape). The tape is secured at both ends with leader tape. At the beginning and end of tape, nothing will be recorded for six to seven seconds. The recording level is set automatically, regardless of the position of Volume or DBB. To prevent accidental recording, break out the tab on the left shoulder of the tape side you want to protect.
One Touch Recording
For One Touch Recording, as soon as you press RECORD, the current source will be recorded on tape deck 1. 1 Load a blank tape in tape deck 1. 2 Press RECORD on tape deck 1 to start recording. The REC flag starts flashing. 3 Press PAUSE to interrupt recording. 4 Press STOPOPEN on tape deck 1 to stop recording.
Dubbing tapes (from tape deck 2 to tape deck 1)
1 Load the prerecorded tape into tape deck 2 and a blank tape into tape deck 1. Make sure that both tapes have their full spool to the left. 2 Press DUBBING to switch between normal and high speed dubbing. "NORMAL" (normal speed) or "FAST" (high speed) will be displayed. HSD flag appears on the display for high speed dubbing. 3 Press PAUSE on tape deck 1. 4 Press RECORD on tape deck 1. 19
5 Press PLAY on tape deck 2. Recording will start automatically. The REC flag starts flashing. 6 Press STOPOPEN on tape deck 1 and tape deck 2 to stop dubbing.
Recording from other sources (only on tape
deck 1) 1 Load a blank tape into tape deck 1. 2 Press CD, TUNER, TAPE or AUX. Start playback of the selected source. 3 Press RECORD on tape deck 1 to start recording. The REC flag is flashing. 4 Press PAUSE to interrupt recording. 5 Press STOPOPEN on tape deck 1 to stop recording. Note: During recording, it is not possible to listen to another sound source.
Notes: At the end of side A, flip the tapes to side B and repeat the procedure. Dubbing of tapes is only possible from tape deck 2 to tape deck 1. To ensure good dubbing, use tapes of the same length. During high speed dubbing in Tape mode, the sound is reduced to a low volume.
CD Synchro Start Recording
During CD synchro start recording, It is not advisable to fast forward/rewind your tape in tape deck 2. It is not possible to listen to another source. 1 Load a blank tape into tape deck 1 and a disc into the disc tray. 2 Press CD. You can program the tracks in the order you want them to be recorded (see Programming Tracks). If not, the tracks are recorded according to the selected disc. 3 Press RECORD on tape deck 1 to start recording. 4 Press STOPOPEN on tape deck 1 to stop recording and STOPCLEAR to stop CD playback.
Notes: During clock setting, if no button is pressed within 90 seconds, the system will exit clock setting mode automatically. When a power interruption occurs, the clock setting is erased.
You can view the clock (if it is set) at standby or any source mode. It will be displayed for about 7 seconds. Press CLOCKTIMER briefly. 10:25 (the current time) will be displayed. --:-- will be displayed if the clock is not set.
The clock is set in 24-hour mode, e.g. 00:00 or 23:59. Before setting the clock, you must be in the View Clock mode. 1 Press CLOCKTIMER to select clock mode. 00:00 or the current time starts flashing. 2 Set the hour with or. 3 Set the minute with or. 4 Press CLOCKTIMER again to store the setting. The clock starts running. To exit without storing the setting, press.
The system can switch on to CD or TUNER mode automatically at a preset time. It can serve as an alarm to wake you up. After half an hour from the preset time, the system will return to the standby mode if no button is pressed. Before setting the timer, make sure the clock is set correctly. The timer has to be reset or start again for each subsequent preset time. The volume of the timer will be at the last setting before the set is switched to standby mode. 1 Press and hold CLOCKTIMER for more than 2 seconds to select timer mode. ON 00:00 or the last set timer starts flashing. The TIMER flag flashes. The last selected source is lighted while other available sources are flashing. 2 Press CD or TUNER to select the desired source. 3 Press or to set the hour for the timer to start. 4 Press or to set the minute for the timer to start. 5 Press CLOCKTIMER to store the start time. The TIMER is now set. The TIMER flag remains on the display. To exit without storing the setting, press. 21
Subject to modification
TAPE DECK Frequency range Normal tape (type I). 80 12,500 Hz (8 dB) Signal-to-noise ratio Normal tape (type I). 48 dBA Wow and flutter. 0.4% DIN
Warning! Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty. If a fault occurs, check the points listed below before taking the system for repair. Should any problems persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest dealer or service center.
Tape Deck Operation
RECORDING ACTIVE is displayed. A recording is in progress. Stop the recording or wait until it is finished. TAPE DUBBING ONLY is displayed. Tape dubbing is only possible in tape mode. Switch source to tape mode. Recording or playback cannot be made or there is a decrease in audio level. Dirty tape heads, capstans or pressure rollers. See section on tape deck maintenance. Magnetic build-up in the record/playback head. Use demagnetizing tape.
CD Player Operation
NO DISC is displayed. The disc is inserted upside down. Place CD with printed side up. Moisture condensation at the lens. Wait until lens has adjusted to normal room temperature. There is no disc in the CD tray. Insert a CD. The CD is dirty, badly scratched or warped. Clean or replace the CD. The CD lens is dirty or dusty See section under Maintenance.
System does not react when any button is pressed. Electrostatic discharge. Press STANDBY-ON to switch the system off. Remove the AC power plug from the wall outlet, then reconnect and switch on the system again. No or poor sound. Volume is not turned up. Adjust VOLUME. The system is muted. Press MUTE to switch on the sound. The headphones are connected. Disconnect the headphones. Speakers are not connected or are connected wrongly. Check that the speakers are connected correctly. Make sure that the stripped speaker wire is clamped.
Poor radio reception The signal strength is too weak. Adjust the antenna. The TV or VCR is too close to the stereo system. Separate the stereo system from the TV or VCR. Connect an external antenna for better reception.
Reversed left and right sound. Speakers are connected wrongly. Check the speaker connections and location. Lack of bass sound or apparently imprecise physical location of musical instruments. Speakers are connected wrongly. Check the speaker connection for proper phasing, red/ black wires to red/black terminals. Remote control has no effect on the system. The distance to the system is too large. Reduce the distance. Batteries are inserted incorrectly. Insert the batteries with their polarities (+/ signs) as indicated. Batteries are exhausted. Replace the batteries. Wrong source is selected. Select the source (CD, TUNER, etc.) before pressing the function button, (PLAY, PREV/NEXT, etc.). Timer not working. Timer is not switched on. Press CLOCKTIMER to switch on the timer. Dubbing/recording is in progress. Stop dubbing/recording. System displays features automatically; buttons flash continuously. Demonstration mode is switched on. Press and hold for 5 seconds to switch off the demonstration.
CD Mini System
3 CD Changer Mini System
300 watts PMPO 2 x 10 watts Music Power 2 x 5 watts RMS Stereo Digital Sound Control (optimal, jazz, rock, techno) Dynamic Bass Boost Full Range Bass Reflex Speaker System 40-track CD Random Program FM/MW/LW Digital Tuner with 40 presets (LW /22) Dual Tape Deck One touch CD synchro recording Easy set for radio Bedroom clock with wake-up 24-key Remote Control
EASY RADIO SET
CD changer mini system
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loudspeaker boxes full range Bass Reflex Speaker System 4" woofer hyper energy bass port for deep powerful bass reproduction connections stereo headphones : 3.5mm stereo jack video/aux : cinch type sockets general multicolor FTD display clock/timer wake-up with CD or tuner 24-key Remote Control
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amplifier 300 watts PMPO 2 x 10 watts Music Power 2 x 5 watts RMS, 10% THD, 3 Ohm, 1 kHz Digital Sound Control (optimal, jazz, rock, techno) Dynamic Bass Boost compact disc player motorized front loading 3 CD changer bit-check D/A converter 40-track CD random program play modes (repeat/shuffle/program) change 2 discs while playing 1
FM65.81-74MHz FM87.5-108MHz MW522-1602kHz LW153-279kHz FM75 Ohm clickfit
120/230V 50~60Hz 230V/50Hz
tuner FM/MW/LW Digital Tuner with 40 presets (LW /22) easy set/auto store for radio tape deck Dual Tape Deck high and normal speed dubbing CD synchro recording automatic recording level control electronic speed control
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SHUFFLE REPEAT PROGRAM
Digital Sound Control (optimal,, jazz, rock, techno) Digital Sound Control (or DSC) offers different sound settings tailored for specific musical styles.
EAN: (/22) EAN: (/21m) EAN: (/21) Product Dimensions: 265mm W x 310mm H x 320mm D (center unit) 210mm W x 310mm H x 188mm D (speakers) (/21) 210mm W x 310mm H x 233mm D (speakers) (/22) Package Dimensions: 594mm W x 410mm H x 416mm D (/21) 624mm W x 410mm H x 474mm D (/22) Product weight: 12kg (/21) : 14kg (/22) Carton contains: CD Changer Mini System, Multi-Function Remote Control, Batteries (2 x AA), Operating instructions, Warranty information Printed in Singapore Date Printed : Sept 1998 Specifications subject to change without notice. 1998 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N. V. All rights reserved. http://www.philips.com
Dynamic Bass Boost Boosting bass response as much as 8 decibels (nearly 3 times more than normal). Dynamic Bass Boost yields full rich tonal quality at all volume levels.
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