By Various Artists - Platinum Disc (1999) - Contemporary Pop/Rock, Pop-Rap
Hold On, I Touch Myself, Summertime, How Do You Talk to an Angel, Biological Didn't Bother, Would I Lie to You?, Tennessee, I'm Too Sexy, U Can't Touch This, Ice Ice Baby
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|diogenes||10:04pm on Saturday, July 10th, 2010|
|EXCELLENT CHOICE I WANTED A SYSTEM THAT COULD FIT ANYWHERE, BUT STILL GAVE ME THE SOUND QUALITY THAT I WANTED. I DEBATED BETWEEN ALL THE CHOICES.|
|gfozzard||1:17pm on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|superb music playing I recently bought this hifi from amazon. I am really very pleased with it.|
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English ----------------------------------------- 6
Franais -------------------------------------- 39
Espaol -------------------------------------- 72
Deutsch ------------------------------------- 105
Nederlands -------------------------------- 138
Italiano -------------------------------------- 171
E s p a o l
Supplied accessories.. 7 Environmental information.. 7 Maintenance... 7 Safety information... 7
General information on recording.. 23 Direct Line Recording (DLR).. 23 Auto Level Control (ALC).. 23
Discs for playback... 8 Discs for recording... 8 About MP3... 8
Adjusting the record level.. 24 Preparation for recording.. 24 Internal recording.. 2425
Recording a single track Recording an entire disc Recording a programme Recording from the tuner Further recording possibilities
Rear connections.. 910
Power Antennas connection Speakers connection
External recording... 2627
Analogue or digital recording Automatic track increment Synchro start recording Manual recording
Optional connections... 1011
Analogue audio connections Digital audio connection Subwoofer out connection
Finalising CDR(W) disc.. 27
Auto finalising Manual finalising
Inserting batteries into the remote control. 11
Controls on the system and remote control. 1214
Unfinalising CDRW disc.. 28 Erasing CDRW disc... 28 CD text editing.. 2829
Storing text Changing text Erasing text
Plug and Play.. 1516 Demonstration mode.. 16 Switching the system on.. 16 Switching the system to standby mode. 16 Switching the system to Eco Power standby mode 16 Display screen selection.. 17
Dim mode Clock display mode Information display
Tuning to radio stations.. 30 Storing preset radio stations.. 3031
Automatic preset programming Manual preset programming
Tuning to preset radio stations. 31 Erasing a preset radio station.. 31 RDS.... 3132
Setting the RDS clock
Volume control... 17 Sound control... 18
IS (Incredible Surround) Bass/Treble
To clean a CD, wipe it in a straight line from the centre towards the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. A cleaning agent may damage the disc! Write only on the printed side of a CDR(W) and only with a soft felt-tipped pen. Clean the system with a soft, slightly dampened, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents as they may have a corrosive effect. Do not expose the system batteries or discs to humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat (caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight). Always keep the disc tray close to avoid dust on the lens.
COMPILE CD RECORD
RDS/ NEWS/ CD TEXT
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community.
Discs for playback
Your CD changer and CD recorder are able to play : All pre-recorded audio CDs All finalised audio CDR and audio CDRW discs MP3-CDs (CD-ROMs with MP3 tracks) Make sure filename ends with.mp3 IMPORTANT! Recording is permissible if copyright or other rights of third parties are not infringed upon. In some countries, including UK and certain Commonwealth countries, use of the product as shown or suggested in this user manual may require the authorisation of copyright holders.
Discs for recording
For recording, make sure to use special audio discs only. These discs are marked with DIGITAL AUDIO and the logos shown below. There are two different types of audio discs for the use on this CD recorder: CD-Audio Recordable (CDR) discs can be recorded once and played on all standard CD players and CD recorders, when finalised. CD-Audio ReWritable (CDRW) discs can be recorded, erased and re-recorded many times and played on CDRW compatible CD players and CD recorders, when finalised. All Philips CD players and CD recorders with this sticker are CDRW compatible. To ensure proper working of the set we recommend the use of Philips audio CDR and audio CDRW disc only. Note: Do not use a computer CDR or CDRW as recording will not work!
Supported formats Disc format : ISO 9660. Joliet or UDF v1.5 Filename : mp3 (tracks),.mp3 or pls (playlists) Bit rate : 32-320 kbps (128 kbps advised) or variable bit rate Making your own MP3-CD
1 Rip the music from your own Digital Audio CDs
or download legal MP3 music from the Internet.
2 Record (burn) the music on CD-R disc with
your home PC. Make sure to use a recording speed not faster than indicated on the CD-ROM and avoid running other programmes simultaneously on your PC during the recording process. Sound Quality Take note that MP3-CD compilations should best contain only MP3 tracks (*.mp3). To achieve a good MP3 quality, a bit rate of 128 kbps is recommended. Notes: In compliance with the SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) this CDR Micro system has no digital output. It is not possible to record from an MP3-CD on this CDR Micro system.
AM loop antenna FM wire antenna
DIGITAL LINE OUT
R L AUX/CDR IN
SUB WOOFER OUT
+ R L +
AC power cord
The type plate is located at the rear of the system. For users in the U.K.: please follow the instructions on page 2.
B Antennas connection
Connect the supplied AM loop antenna and FM antenna to the respective terminals. Adjust the position of the antenna for optimal reception. AM Antenna
Before connecting the AC power cord to the wall outlet, ensure that all other connections have been made. WARNING! For optimal performance, use only the original power cable. Never make or change any connections with the power switched on. To avoid overheating of the system, a safety circuit has been built in. Therefore, your system may switch to standby mode automatically under extreme conditions. If this happens, let the system cool down before reusing it (not available for all versions).
Fix the claw to the slot
Position the antenna as far as possible from a TV, VCR or other radiation source.
The additional appliances and connecting cords are not supplied. Refer to the operating instructions of the connected equipment for details.
For better FM stereo reception, connect an outdoor FM antenna to the FM ANTENNA terminal.
C Speakers connection
Front Speakers Connect the speaker wires to the SPEAKERS (FRONT) terminals, right speaker to "R" and left speaker to "L", coloured (marked) wire to "+" and black (unmarked) wire to "-".
Plug and Play
Plug and Play allows you to store all available RDS stations and radio stations automatically. First time setup/power up
1 When you turn on the main supply,
"AUTO INSTALL - PRESS PLAY" is displayed.
2 Press on the system to start installation.
"INSTALL" is displayed, followed by "TUNER" and "AUTO". PROG starts flashing. The system will automatically store the radio stations with sufficient signal strength, starting from all RDS stations and followed by FM, MW and LW bands respectively. Weak RDS stations may be stored in later presets. When all the available radio stations are stored or the memory for 40 presets are used, the last preset radio station (or the first available RDS station) will be played.
1 In standby or demonstration mode, press and
hold on the system until "AUTO INSTALL - PRESS PLAY" is displayed.
2 Press again to start installation.
All previously stored radio stations will be replaced. To exit without storing the Plug and Play q Press on the system. If you do not complete the Plug and Play installation, the function will be restarted when you next turn on the main supply again.
Notes: When the power is turned on, the disc tray may open and close to initialise the system. If no stereo frequency is detected during Plug and Play, "CHECK ANTENNA" is displayed. During Plug and Play, if no button is pressed within 15 seconds, the system will exit Plug and Play mode.
Switching the system to standby mode
In demonstration mode q Press and hold on the system. In any other source mode (except Eco Power standby mode) q Press STANDBY ON (or B on the remote control). The clock will appear on the display when the system is in standby mode.
The system has a demonstration mode that shows the various features offered by the system. To activate the demonstration q In standby mode, press and hold on the system until "DEMO ON" is displayed. The demonstration will begin. To deactivate the demonstration q Press and hold on the system until "DEMO OFF" is displayed. The system will switch to standby mode.
Switching the system to Eco Power standby mode (< 1 Watt)
q Press ECO POWER (or press and hold B on the remote control). "ECO PWR" is displayed, then the display screen will go blank. The low power ECO POWER LED will be lighted. Note: If you have not deactivated the demonstration, it will resume five seconds after the system switches to Eco Power standby or standby mode.
Switching the system on
In standby/demonstration mode q Press STANDBY ON to switch on the last selected source. q Press CD 123 (CD 123), TUNER, CDR or AUX. q Press any one of the disc CD OPENCLOSE buttons or CDR OPENCLOSE. The system will switch to the respective CD or CDR mode. In Eco Power standby mode q Press ECO POWER to switch on the last selected source. q Press CD 123, TUNER, CDR or AUX on the remote control.
q Press DISPLAY.
You can select the desired brightness for the display. q Press DIM on the remote control repeatedly to select DIM 1, DIM 2, DIM 3 or DIM OFF display mode. DIM is shown, except for DIM OFF mode.
DIM mode LEDs on partially on off off Brightness normal normal normal half Music level bar active off off off
During playback, stop or recording; To view various tracks/discs time information.
Adjust the MASTER VOLUME to increase (turn knob clockwise or press VOLUME +) or decrease (turn knob anti-clockwise or press VOLUME -) the sound level. The current volume level is displayed. When reached the minimum volume level, "VOL MUTE" is displayed.
+ music level bar
To listen through the headphones q Connect the headphones plug to the n socket at the front of the system. The speakers will be muted.
Clock display mode
The clock will always appear on the display regardless of any source mode (except Eco Power standby and demonstration mode). q Press CLOCK/TIMER (or CLOCK on the remote control) once. The clock is displayed. If the clock has not been set, "--:--" is displayed. q To return to normal display mode, press CLOCK/TIMER again. Note: If you pressed any keys in clock display mode, the display will briefly show the information related to the selected mode. If you pressed CLOCK/TIMER while in recording or menu modes, the clock display will only show for a few seconds.
You can select and change the various play modes before or during playback. This feature allows you to display information such as album title or track title contained on a specially encoded CD. q Press RDS/NEWS/CD TEXT (or CD TEXT/ EDIT on the remote control) repeatedly to see the following information (if available). CD TEXT is shown and the information is scrolled once.
In stop mode In stop mode, adjust JOG CONTROL During playback Album Title Album Artist Track Artist Track Title Album Title Track Artist Track Title
1 Press REPEAT on the remote control
repeatedly to select : REP TRACK to repeat playback of the current track or programme. REP DISC to repeat playback of the current disc. REP ALL to repeat playback of all available discs or programmes.
2 To resume normal playback, press REPEAT
until the "REPEAT OFF" is displayed. REP disappears.
Programming the disc tracks
Programming tracks is possible when playback is stopped. Up to 99 tracks can be stored in the memory in any order.
1 Press SHUFFLE on the remote control.
SHUF is shown. All the available discs (in CD changer and recorder) or programmed tracks (if programme is active) will be played in random order.
1 Load the desired disc(s) on the disc tray(s) (refer
to Loading Discs).
2 Press PROG to start programming.
2 To resume normal playback, press SHUFFLE
again. SHUF disappears. Notes: During programme play or shuffling mode, it is not possible to repeat playback the current disc only (Repeat Disc mode). Pressing the CD or CDR OPENCLOSE button will cancel all repeat and shuffling modes.
3 Press CD 123 or CDR to select a disc. 4 Adjust JOG CONTROL (or press or
on the remote control) to select a desired track or all tracks to programme. If selected "CD ALL", all tracks of the disc will be programmed. For MP3-CD only q Adjust JOG CONTROL (or press or on the remote control) to select a desired album to programme. To programme a track, press YES and then adjust JOG CONTROL to select a desired track from the album. Note: It is not possible to create a programme with MP3 tracks from multiple CDs, or combined with normal audio tracks.
5 Press YES to store the selection.
q Press NO will clear the current track selection and back to the previous track in the programme.
Repeat and Shuffle
CD text display
6 Repeat steps 35 to store other discs and
Erasing the programme
To erase a track
7 To end programming, press once.
PROG stays and the programme mode remains active. The total number of tracks programmed and the total playing time are displayed.
1 Stop playback and press CD 123 or CDR to
General information on recording
q Use the unfinalised discs with CDR AUDIO or CDRW AUDIO logo only. q Recording procedure is the same for CDR and CDRW discs. q Maximum recording tracks on a disc is 99. q Minimum track length is four seconds, otherwise silence will be added to the track. q Minimum recording time left on the disc is seven seconds, otherwise DISC FULL is displayed and you cannot enter the record mode. q CD text (if available) will be recorded automatically provided the text is not copy protected, otherwise TEXT PROTECT is displayed. q MP3-CD is not possible to copy. q Copy protected material is possible for analogue recording only, otherwiseCOPY PROTECT is displayed. q Not enough recording space on the CDR(W) disc, DOES NOT FIT is displayed. If proceed recording, only those tracks which able to fit onto the CDR(W) will be recorded. DO NOT FORGET TO FINALISE! The CDR(W) disc has to be finalised in order to: play the recorded CDR on a standard CD player, or play the recorded CDRW on a CDRW compatible CD player and CD recorder.
Auto Level Control (ALC)
Auto Level Control ensures that tracks on the recorded disc have a similar volume level. At all time the already recorded tracks of the CDR(W) disc will be taken as reference for the volume level of the following recordings. ALC becomes active when : COMPILE CD is being used, A disc, a track or a track edit is being high speed recorded and the CDR(W) has recordings on it, or A programme (consisting of more than one disc) from the CD changer is being high speed record. ALC becomes inactive when : COPY CD is being used, making recordings from FM tuner, making recordings from external source, or making normal speed recordings.
1 Stop playback and press CDR. 2 Press REC LEVEL repeatedly.
If activated, ALC ON is displayed and ALC is shown. If deactivated, ALC OFF is displayed.
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Direct Line Recording (DLR)
Adjusting the record level
You can adjust the reference record level for recordings from the internal CD changer or external source. This feature can be used for fading your recordings in or out.
1 Press CD123.
q For additional appliance, press AUX repeatedly to select : AUX DIGITAL, AUX ANALOG H or AUX ANALOG L.
2 Start playback the disc or external source. 3 Press REC LEVEL to activate volume control
for record level adjustment.
Recording from internal CD changer or tuner.
4 Adjust the MASTER VOLUME to select the
desired record level. The loudest sounds in the material to be recorded should not reach the red levels of the level bar. The actual record level (in dB) is displayed. Note: If the record level is too low, recording will not be possible. It is advisable to adjust to normal listening level.
Recording a single track
1 Play your desired track on the CD changer. 2 Press RECORD.
REC TRX? is displayed, X denotes the disc tray number.
3 Press YES.
Playback and recording start from the beginning of the selected track. FINALISE the recorded CDR(W) before use for playback.
Preparation for recording 1 Load in an unfinalised CDR(W) in the CD
recorder tray. The CDR(W) used for recording should be absolutely free of scratches and dust particles in the CD recorder tray.
Recording an entire disc
2 Prepare the source to be recorded.
CD 123 load the disc(s). To start from a specific track, make a programme. TUNER tune to the desired radio station. AUX connect additional appliance. When a recording is in progress The arrow light and REC IN PROGRESS are shown. The actual recording time left starts to count down. q During high speed recording, COPY CD or COMPILE CD, the sound will be muted. q It is not possible to listen to another source. q It is not possible to activate the timer function. To exit recording mode q Press NO or.
1 Press CD123 to select the disc you wish to
copy. q If a programme is available, it will temporarily be ignored until recording ends.
2 Press COPY CD.
The arrow starts flashing and RECORD CDX? is displayed.
The recording starts in high speed mode and finalises automatically after completing.
1 Make a programme from the CD changer only
(refer to CD Changer/Recorder Operations Programming the disc tracks).
2 Press COMPILE CD.
The arrow starts flashing and REC PROG? is displayed.
Automatic track increment
This feature enables the recorded tracks to be positioned same as on the original source material. When making digital recording from a digital source (for example, CD player), tracks will be incremented automatically. When making analogue recording from a digital or analogue source, select one of the following track increment settings. q In stop mode, press TRACK INCR. on the remote control repeatedly to select : MANUAL : for switching the function off. TURNTABLE : for optimal recording from noisy sources like turntables. TAPE/ TUNER : for optimal recording from a tape. CD/DVD : for optimal recording from high quality sources like DAT, DCC or DVD.
START EXTERNAL SOURCE is displayed.
5 Start playback on the external source you want
to record from. The CD recorder starts to record simultaneously. The remaining recording time on the CDR(W) is displayed. Note: If you start playback on the selected source within a track, recording will start at the beginning of the next track.
Recording / Other Features
After the recording process, the CD recorder stops automatically. If an analogue source is selected: At the end of the recording process, the CD recorder stops after a silence of 20 seconds on the source material. q To stop recording manually, press on the system. Note: Recordings from DAT, DCC or DVD will automatically stop after 20 seconds of silence.
NO YES NO
Finalising CDR(W) disc
After recording, the CDR(W) disc has to be finalised in order to : for CDR play on a standard CD player. avoid further unwanted recordings. for CDRW play on a CDRW compatible CD player or CD recorder. avoid further unwanted recordings. avoid accidental erasure of tracks. Notes: Finalising will take about two minutes. During finalisation, no other operating commands can be executed. When a CDR has been finalised, no more recordings can be added. After finalisation of the CDR(W), CDRW changes to CD on the display.
1 Follow step 12 of Synchro start recording. 2 Adjust JOG CONTROL (or press or
on the remote control) to select : AUX MANUAL? : for manual start recording.
PREPARING is displayed, followed by RECORD? and the remaining recording time of the CDR(W). q To set the optimal recording level (refer to Adjusting the record level).
4 To start recording, start playback the external
source and press YES simultaneuously.
5 To stop recording, press on the system.
UPDATE is displayed. Note: If CHECK INPUT is flashing, check the digital connection.
When using the COPY CD recording function, your recordings will be finalised automatically.
1 Insert the CDR(W) you want to finalise in the
CD recorder tray.
2 Press FINALIZE CD.
FINALIZE? is displayed.
3 Press YES to start finalising.
FINALIZE is shown. FINAL is displayed and the remaining operation time starts to count down.
6 If a digital source is selected:
Unfinalising CDRW disc
If you want to record (or erase) on (from) a finalised CDRW, you have to unfinalise it first. Notes: Unfinalising will take about two minutes. After unfinalising of the CDRW, CD changes to CDRW on the display. Note: When erasing several tracks, the tracks to be erased must be selected in sequence, starting from the last recorded track. For example, if the CDRW has 5 tracks recorded on it, you should erase tracks 5 and 4. You can also erase tracks 5,4 and 3, but you cannot erase tracks 5 and 3!
CD text editing
For unfinalised CDR(W) discs only
1 Load in an finalised CDRW in the CD recorder
UNFINALIZE? is displayed.
You can enter a name for the Album Title/Artist and Track Title/Artist. These texts will show on the player, which is equipped with the CD text feature. You can enter up to 60 characters per text field.
3 Press YES to start unfinalising.
UNFINAL is displayed and the remaining operation time starts to count down.
Erasing CDRW disc
It is possible to erase one or more tracks (starting from the end of the last track) or the entire CDRW(unfinalised).
1 Stop playback and press CDR. 2 Press EDIT TEXT (or CD TEXT/EDIT on
the remote control). EDIT TEXT is flashing.
1 Load in an unfinalised CDRW in the CD
3 Adjust JOG CONTROL (or press or
on the remote control) to select one of the following for edit : ALBUM TITLE CD title. ALBUM ARTIST CD artist. TITLE TR 1 (or 2, 3,) title of track 1 (or 2,3,). ARTIST TR1 (or 2, 3,) artist of track 1 (or 2,3,).
2 Press ERASE CD. 3 Adjust JOG CONTROL (or press or
on the remote control) to select : ERASE DISC? : to erase an entire CDRW. ERASE TR XX? : to erase one or more tracks. XX denotes the track number.
Tuning to preset radio stations
q Once youve programmed the radio stations, adjust JOG CONTROL (or press or on the remote control) to select the desired preset number. The preset number, radio frequency, and waveband are displayed.
Manual Preset Programming
Erasing a preset radio station
Notes: If the tuned radio station does not transmit RDS signal or is a non RDS station, "NO RDS" is displayed. If the RDS text message is not available at the RDS station, "NO RDS TEXT" is displayed.
NEWS (only available in RDS radio station)
Once the News PTY (Programme Type) is detected in a RDS radio station, it will switch to TUNER mode automatically. IMPORTANT! You can activate NEWS function in standby, demonstration or any source mode except Eco Power standby mode. Before you activate the NEWS feature, ensure that the current preset is an RDS radio station. To activate NEWS function
Some RDS radio station may be transmitting a real clock time at an interval of every minute. It is possible to set the clock by using a time signal which is broadcast together with the RDS signal.
1 Tune to an RDS radio station. 2 Enter clock setting mode (refer to
Clock/Timer - Clock/Timer setting mode)
1 Press and hold RDS/NEWS/CD TEXT until
"NEWS ON" is displayed. NEWS is shown. It will scan the radio stations stored in the EON list or the currently tuned station and wait for the News Programme Type data to be available in any of these RDS radio stations. While searching NEWS in progress, the current source activity will remain uninterrupted.
3 Press RDS/NEWS/CD TEXT.
"SEARCH RDS TIME" is displayed. When RDS time is read, "RDS TIME" is displayed and the current time will be stored. If the RDS radio station does not transmit RDS time within 90 seconds, "NO RDS TIME" is displayed. Note: Some RDS radio station may be transmitting a real time clock at a minute interval. The accuracy of the transmitted time depends on the transmitting RDS radio station.
2 When NEWS transmission is detected, the
system will switch to Tuner mode automatically. NEWS starts flashing. q At the end of news bulletin, the system will switch to the last selected source and resume its last operation (for example, before detecting the transmission, the system is playing track 5 of disc 1, it will resume playback from the same position). Notes: The NEWS works only once for each activation. The NEWS will not start if a recording is in progress. If no RDS station is detected, "NO RDS NEWS" is displayed. To cancel NEWS function q Press RDS/NEWS/CD TEXT again. q During news bulletin, press any other available source keys to execute the relevant source mode.
The system can switch on to CD, TUNER or CDR mode automatically at a preset time, serving as an alarm to wake you up. IMPORTANT! Before setting the timer, ensure that the clock is set correctly. The timer will always be switched on after it has been set. The timer will not start if a recording is in progress.
1 Enter timer setting mode (refer to
Clock/Timer setting mode). The last wake-up source starts flashing (TUNER, CD or CDR).
Checking the timer
q Press TIMER once on the remote control. If the timer has been activated, the set timer information is displayed.
2 Adjust MASTER VOLUME to select the
sound source. Display sequence shows : CDR CD1 CD2 CD3 TUNER. q Before setting the timer, make sure the sound source has been prepared. CDR load a CDR(W). CD 123 load the disc(s). To start from a specific track, make a programme (refer to CD Changer/Recorder Operations - Programming the disc tracks). TUNER tune to the desired radio station.
Activate/deactivate the timer
q Press TIMER ON/OFF repeatedly on the remote control. If activated, the last set timer information is displayed for a few seconds, ALARM is shown. If deactivated, TIMER OFF is displayed.
3 Press CLOCK/TIMER (or CLOCK on the
remote control) to confirm the selection. The clock digits for the hours start flashing.
The sleep timer enables the system to switch to standby mode automatically at a preset time.
1 Press SLEEP on the remote control repeatedly
to select a preset amount of time. The selections are as follows (time in minutes): OFF 15 "SLEEP XX" or "OFF" is displayed. "XX" is the time in minutes.
2 When you reach the desired length of time, stop
pressing the SLEEP button. SLEEP is shown, except for "OFF" mode. The Sleep Timer is now set. Before the system switches to standby mode, a countdown of 10 seconds is displayed. "SLEEP 10" "SLEEP 9". "SLEEP 1" "SLEEP" To check the remaining length of time after sleep timer is activated q Press SLEEP once. To change the preset sleep timer q Press SLEEP again while the remaining sleep timer is shown. The display will show the next sleep timer options. To deactivate the sleep timer q Press SLEEP repeatedly until "OFF" is displayed, or press the STANDBY ON button.
CDR Micro Hi-Fi System with 3CD Changer and 2 x 50 Watts Music Power
2 x 50 watts Music Power 2 x 25 watts RMS Stereo Make your own CDs with Integrated CD-Recorder Replay your own CDR Disc in any CD player Double Speed Recording from CD CD Text input, editing and recording Simplified recording modes : Copy CD and Compile CD Automatic Level Control for perfect compilations Bass & Treble Control Incredible Surround 2-way Bass Reflex Speaker System with Detachable Grilles RDS with "NEWS" Flat Metal Cone Woofers for greater sound clarity Bedroom Clock with Wake-up Alarm & Sleep-timer Eco standby power mode (<1 watt) Plays CD, CD-R, CD-RW & MP-3 Discs 35-key Remote Control
standard product information
amplifier 2 x 50 watts Music Power 2 x 50 RMS, 10%THD, 6 Ohm, 1 kHz Bass and Treble Control Signal Depth Bass Control Incredible Surround compact disc player 3 CD Changer Plays CD, CD-R and CD-RW discs Digital servo technology Bit-check D/A converter 40-Track CD Random Program CD repeat (track/disc/all) Play modes (repeat/shuffle/program) Change 2 discs while playing 1 MP3 Playback tuner RDS : station name, program type, RDS text, clock set RDS : 'NEWS' FM/MW/LW Digital Tuning with 40 presets Plug & Play for easy installation of radio stations
loudspeaker boxes 2-way Bass Reflex Speaker System 5 1/4" woofers with flat metal cones Cone Dome Tweeters Detachable cloth grilles connections Stereo headphones : 3.5mm stereo jack Aux : cinch type socket Subwoofer-out : cinch type socket Line out : cinch type socket general 3 Display modes including Nite mode Multi-color FTD display Single band music level indicator Demo mode 2 timer modes (wake-up/sleep) Wake-up with CD or tuner 35-key remote control Automatic clock set via RDS
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FM87.5-108MHz MW522-1602kHz LW153-279kHz FM75 Ohm coaxial
120/230V 50~60Hz 230V/50Hz 220V/60Hz
made in sticker
audio compact disc recorder Records on all Digital Audio CD-R and CD-RW discs Double speed recording and finalizing from CD Changer MP3 Disc playback CD Text input, edit and record Automatic Level Control ensures constant playback volume of compilation CDs Direct Line Recording for bit perfect recording from CD Changer Play modes (repeat/shuffle/program) Plays CD, CD-R and CD-RW discs
EAN: Product Dimensions: 140mm W x 223mm H x 264mm D (center unit) 155mm W x 220mm H x 256mm D (speakers) Package Dimensions: 493mm W x 317mm H x 349mm D Product weight: 7.4 kg Carton contains: CD Micro System, Multi-Function Remote Control, Batteries (2 x AA), Operating instructions, Warranty information, FM antenna, AM antenna Printed in Singapore Date Printed : Sep 2000 Specifications subject to change without notice. 2000 Royal Philips Electronics N. V. All rights reserved. Incredible Surround is a Trademark of Philips Consumer Electronics Company http://www.philips.com
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