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MP3-CD/CD PLAYER MAINTENANCE & SAFETY
Playing MP3-CD & CD Different play modes: SHUFFLE and REPEAT Reviewing the programme MP3-CDs (See 3)
Press DISPLAY once or more to view e.g. (See 4) In stop position, press and hold PROG until the This CD player plays Audio Discs including CD-R(W)s, title name elapsed time; You can select and change the various play modes display shows all your stored track numbers in and MP3 CD-ROMs.
album name elapsed track time; and combine the modes with PROGRAM. sequence. â¢ CD-I, CDV, VCD, DVD or computer CDs, are not album number, number and elapsed track shuffle â of the entire disc/ program are â¢ Display: if no tracks possible.
time; played in random order programmed.
ID3 tag details, if available. Otherwise, display shuffle and all â to repeat the entire disc/ 1 Press STANDBY y on, then SOURCE to select
repeat all â repeats entire disc/ program You can erase the programme by: 2 Open the CD door.
shows . continuously in random order Erasing a programme CD.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
CDs repeat (and shuffle repeat) â plays the current â¢ pressing 9 twice; â¢ Display: when the CD door is Press DISPLAY once or more to view e.g. (random) track continuously â¢ is displayed briefly and opened.
Remaining time of current track. 2 Press 2; to start playback if in the stop position. â¢ Display: when reading disc contents; 3 To select normal playback, press MODE repeatedly Maintenance & Safety â¢ Display: if no inserted/ disc
CD playback; 1 To select play mode, press MODE once or more. â¢ selecting TUNER source. close the CD door.
disappears. 3 Insert a disc with the printed side facing up and Current number and elapsed track time during
Selecting a different track until the various modes are no longer displayed. incorrectly inserted. CD player and disc handling (See 5) MP3-CD mode only: â You can also press 9 to cancel your play mode. â¢ If the CD player cannot read CDs correctly, use a â¢ Display: if disc damaged/ dirty: First press ALBUM, PRESET + â once or more â throughout operation; cleaning CD to clean lens before taking the set find your album. Then follow the next 2 steps. Programming track numbers to repair. â MP3CD throughout MP3-CD operation; â¢ Display: if no albums are In stop position, select and store your tracks in â¢ The lens of the player should never be touched! â In CD stop mode: track number and total available. desired sequence. Up to 20 tracks can be stored playback time. â¢ Sudden changes in the surrounding temperature â¢ Press â Â§ set, once or repeatedly to memory. can cause condensation on the lens of your CD â¢ is shown if you have select. 1 Press â or Â§ on the set to select your desired player. Playing CD is then possible. Do not inserted a non-finalized CD-R(W)/ blank disc. â¢ In pause/stop position, press 2; start track number. attempt to clean lens but leave the set in a playback. MP3-CD mode only: warm environment until the moisture evaporates. Note: MP3-CDs may take more than 10 seconds to
Finding passage within a track find your album, then press SEARCH â or Â§. lens. 1 and hold â or Â§. 2 Press PROG. â¢ To clean CD, wipe in a straight line from the 4 Press 2; to start playback
First press ALBUM, PRESET + â once or more â¢ Always close CD door to avoid dust on the read. Display: selected track â¢ Display: Current number and elapsed track â¢ The CD is played at high speed and low volume. centre towards the edge using a soft, lint-free for programming. 5 To pause playback press 2;. Press 2; again â Â§ resume normal playback. â¢ Never write on a CD or attach any stickers to it. 6 To stop CD playback, press 9. tracks. Safety Information â¢ Display: if you try 7 Press STANDBY y switch of set. â¢ Donât expose the set, batteries or CDs to humidity, programme more than 20 tracks. rain, sand or excessive heat. â¢ Clean the set with a dry cloth. Donât use any Note: CD play will also stop when: benzene or abrasives as these may harm set. â CD has reached the end; â¢ Place set on a hard and flat surface so that the â you select tuner source. system does not tilt. Make sure there is good ventilation to prevent the set overheating. MP3-CD/ CD text display
2 When recognize the passage you want, release â¢ Display: if no track selected damage disc. â¢ If MP3-CD, the album number also is shown. 3 Repeat steps 1-2 to select and store all desired resume play.
â¢ No sound is heard during MP3 fast cue/review. number. appears briefly. time during CD playback. cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as they may
â the CD door is opened; cleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia,
During playback, press the DISPLAY button briefly and repeatedly to view text information: