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MEMORY BACKUP SETTING THE DAY Selecting a different track during playback SETTING THE ALARM OPTIONS General alarm and clock time settings be stored for up 3 SLEEPER function. If attempt use the you press SEARCH â or Â§ to skip tracks. Two different alarm times, ALARM 1 or 2 can be set track(s). AC mains failure. (Monday to Sunday, 1-7) will show briefly in previous tracks. switched off. As soon as mains supply returns, the beginning of current track. â¢ If mains supply returns after 3 minutes, 2 While the day display is shown, press SET DAY â¢ The display will revert to show the clock time. 1 Select your choice of alarm mode by pressing SEARCH â or Â§. CD PLAYBACK to find your respective mode. Illumination brightness â¢ The alarm mode display sequence is shown: â¢ Press REPEAT ALARM/ BRIGHTNES CONTROL once 1 To open CD door, lift at the edge marked Lo:00 â default volume level for start of or more. LIFT TO OPEN. H1:16 â default maximum volume level for sequence: close the door. â¢ The CD indicator , Cd:-and the total â Followed by the 3 different alarms: CD (buzzer) k AL, or Volume number of tracks are shown, followed by the RADIO mode with CD and a track number The volume level UO: indicated as a number from â door is shown if you have not closed the CD 3-2
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
memory backup conveniently allows your day, Setting day enables you to set WEEKENDThe track number appears briefly in the display when
PCS 107 251 in the CD, radio or buzzer modes. This can be useful when for example you need to be woken up at a different time during week and at the weekend. Remember to first set the DAY, clock and alarm time functions correctly! Make sure your selected alarm symbol is shown. â¢ The CD is played at high speed and low volume; gentle wake alarm â¢ The brightness of display will change in this 2 Insert a CD with the printed side facing up, and gentle wake alarm LOW MEDIUM BRIGHT ? LOW... 3 Press PLAY/ PAUSE 2; to start playback. waveband. 2 Press FM/ AM if you wish to change waveband. â Err indicates a general error in operation of Press TIME, 1 or ALARM 2 briefly until A sure way of getting up in mornings, gentle 4 Adjust the TUNING wheel tune to a radio â¢ The display returns clock time. 2 Press and hold down 7, 8 to adjust both the hours volume e.g Lo:00 (low) and gradually increases to a 5 To interrupt, press PLAY/ PAUSE 2;. â¢ By pressing 7 or 8 respectively, the time increases/ FM: Extend pigtail at back of the set fully for The default volume range is Lo:00 and H1:16. If returning to clock time. CD flashes during hours. Release 7 or 8 when you have reached the AM (MW): uses a built-in aerial. Direct the antenna radio or CD alarm: playback. minute, press 7 or 8 briefly and repeatedly. 5 Press ON/ OFF to switch off the radio. 2 As soon as Lo:00 appears, press 7 8 once or â¢ The display returns to clock time. your respective time setting. 3 To set maximum volume for your alarm, press the display. 4 As soon as H1:16 appears, press 7 or 8 until you 1 or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF again change to the H1:16 display. reach the desired volume level (10-32). Notes: â¢ The H1 volume is always greater or equal to the 2 Read following chapters to adjust or select the â noCd is shown if no CD has been inserted/
minutes when there is a mains interruption e.g. WEEKEND-SLEEPER prior setting day â¢ Press SEARCH Â§ once or more skip to the next
The complete CD clock radio and illumination will be display remind you set the day first. â¢ Press SEARCH â more than once skip to
display indicate the correct time. 1 SET DAY. â¢ Press SEARCH â once and playback will return to
show PHILIPS demo mode and you will again once or more to select the day numbered Finding passage within a track need to re-enter day, alarm and clock times. from dAY 1-7 (Monday-Sunday): Viewing the Alarm Mode Options 1 During playback, press and hold down
BASIC FEATURES 1 ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF once or more
the display will show Cd: and your current track number. 2 Release SEARCH â or Â§ when you recognize the passage you want. â¢ Normal CD playback and standby clock time resumes.
Press VOLUME $ or 3 adjust the volume level. first track number before returning to clock time. (radio) m tu, or 1 Press ON/ OFF to switch on the radio. â¢ tu is displayed briefly followed by the clock 0-32. door/ open the CD door during playback. 1-99. time , and the last selected
SETTING THE CLOCK AND ALARM TIMES inserted incorrectly. respective modes.
The time displayed using 24 hour clock. â nFCd shown if the CD-R(W) is non-finalized 3 Adjust sound using VOLUME $ or 3. Adjusting the Gentle Wake Volume
respective clock or alarm time display flashes. the set. station. wake volume for the alarm begins from gentle
and minutes. 4 Adjust the sound with VOLUME $ or 3. To improve reception: higher volume e.g. H1:11.
decreases rapidly and continuously from minutes to â¢ The current track number shows briefly before optimum reception. you wish to change default volume for the buzzer,
â¢ If you need adjust the time slowly, minute by 6 Press PLAY/ PAUSE 2; again to resume or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF once.
correct setting. pause. by adjusting position of your set. In the standby mode, press ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF
3 TIME, 1 or ALARM 2 confirm 7 Press STOP 9 to stop playback. â¢ RADIO and waveband disappear from more to adjust the starting volume of your alarm.