Philips MC-I200/22 MC-i200 Audio System User Manual PDF

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Getting StartedMC-i200

General information This quick installation guide gives a rough overview and helps to quickly start with basic steps. Please read the supplied instruction manual for detailed information.

Power

1 Check whether the power voltage as shown on the type plate corresponds to your local power voltage. If it does not, consult your dealer or service organisation.

2 After all connections have been made, connect the power cord to AC MAINS~ and to the wall outlet. This switches on the AC power supply.

To disconnect the set from the power completely, remove the power plug from the wall outlet.

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Basic audio setup Connect : 1 Power cord A 2 FM wire antenna B 3 AM loop antenna C 4 Speakers D 5 Insert batteries into remote control.

You can now already listen to music from the sources TUNER and CD!

Prerequisites for the home network setup

1 Connect your PC, gateway router and broadband modem (cable/DSL) according to the routers setup instructions.

2 Configure your gateway router following the directions specified in your routers manual and make sure that the PCs Internet connection is installed properly and working. If you have problems with the setup of the Internet connection, contact your networking equipment manufacturer.

IMPORTANT! Do not connect the streamium MC-i200 to the gateway router before the internet connection of the connected PC through the router is working.

Connecting Streamium MC-i200 to the Internet through a gateway router

3 After the Internet connection has proven to be working, connect the MC-i200 to the gateway router with the supplied cable.

4 Press CONNECT.

Depending on your network setup, you might have to enter network configuration data. Please follow the instructions on the systems display, using the Navigation Jog, the OK/PLAY () and the numerical /alphabetical keypad on the remote control to enter the requested connection information.

INTERNET

gateway router

DSL or cable modem

data port

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Upon completion of the setup, limited music services are already available. For full functionality of your Streamium MC-i200 please register your set.

Streamium registration

1 For registration enter your E-Mail address with numerical / alphabetical keypad on the remote control by following the instructions shown on the display. Within a short period you will receive an E-Mail with your registration confirmation details.

2 To complete registration, follow the link displayed in the E-Mail.

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For more information, read the user manual or go to: http://My.Philips.com

Playing music from online music services

1 Press CONNECT.

2 Browse through music services with Navigation Jog.

3 Press OK/PLAY () to select and start choices.

Playing MP3-music-files from the computers hard drive

1 Press PC-LINK.

2 Browse and select PCs, folders and tracks with Navigation Jog.

3 Press OK/PLAY ().

Note: Before you can use this music source, 1) you have to switch on your PC and connect it to the network. 2) you have to download and install the PC-LINK PC application from http://My.Philips.com.

Playing a CD/MP3-CD in the CD drive

1 Press CD.

2 Press OPEN/CLOSE and insert a CD or MP3-CD into the tray. Close the drawer by pressing OPEN/CLOSE again.

3 Select track with Navigation Jog.

4 Press OK/PLAY () to start playback.

Playing FM/MW/LW radio stations

1 In standby mode, press and hold OK/PLAY () on the system until PRESS PLAY TO INSTALL TUNER is displayed. Press OK/PLAY () again to install all available radio stations.

2 Use the Navigation Jog to scroll through the list of radio stations.

3 Press OK/PLAY () to select the radio station.

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MC-i200-Streamium Micro Hi-Fi System

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DK Advarsel: Usynlig laserstrling ved bning nr sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undg utsttelse for strling.

Bemrk: Netafbryderen er sekundrt indkoblet og ofbryder ikke strmmen fra nettet. Den indbyggede netdel er derfor tilsluttet til lysnettet s lnge netstikket sidder i stikkontakten.

S Klass 1 laseraparat Varning! Om apparaten anvnds p annat stt n i denna bruksanvisning specificerats, kan anvndaren utsttas fr osynlig laserstrlning, som verskrider grnsen fr laserklass 1.

Observera! Stmbrytaren r sekundrt kopplad och bryter inte strmmen frn ntet. Den inbyggda ntdelen r drfr ansluten till elntet s lnge stickproppen sitter i vgguttaget.

SF Luokan 1 laserlaite

Varoitus! Laitteen kyttminen muulla kuin tss kyttohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa kyttjn turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittvlle nkymttmlle lasersteilylle.

Oikeus muutoksiin varataan. Laite ei saa olla alttiina tippu-ja roiskevedelle.

Huom. Toiminnanvalitsin on kytketty toisiopuolelle, eik se kytke laitetta irti shkverkosta. Sisnrakennettu verkko- osa on kytkettyn shkverkkoon aina silloin, kun pistoke on pistorasiassa.

UPGRADEABLE As new services and features are continuously added to this product through our online upgrades, the documentation included may not be up-to-date. Please refer to My.Philips.com for the most recent information.

MISES NIVEAU De nouveaux services et de nouvelles fonctions sont ajouts rgulirement ce produit par nos mises niveau en ligne; par consquence, il se peut que la documentation fournie ne soit pas mise jour. Reportez-vous My.Philips.com pour les informations les plus rcentes.

ACTUALIZABLE Como se aaden continuamente nuevos servicios y funciones a este producto a travs de nuestras actualizaciones en lnea, es posible que la documentacin adjunta no est al da. Para obtener la informacin ms reciente, consulte My.Philips.com.

AUSBAUFHIG Da neue Dienste und Leistungsmerkmale durch unsere Online-Upgrades laufend zu diesem Produkt hinzugefgt werden, ist die beigefgte Dokumentation u.U. nicht auf dem neuesten Stand. Aktuellste Informationen finden Sie unter My.Philips.

MOGELIJKHEID TOT UPGRADEN Aangezien voortdurend nieuwe diensten en functies toegevoegd worden aan dit product via onze on-line-upgrades kan het zijn dat de bijgesloten documentatie niet up-to-date is. Zie My.Philips.com voor de meest recente informatie.

POTENZIAMENTI Siccome nuovi servizi e funzioni vengono continuamente aggiunti a questo prodotto mediante i nostri potenziamenti online, lacclusa documentazione potrebbe non essere aggiornata. Preghiamo far riferimento a My.Philips per le pi recenti informazioni.

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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 BS1362 5 Amp, 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.

Norge Typeskilt finnes p apparatens underside.

Observer: Nettbryteren er sekundert innkoplet. Den innebygde netdelen er derfor ikke frakoplet nettet s lenge apparatet er tilsluttet nettkontakten.

For redusere faren for brann eller elektrisk stt, skal apparatet ikke utsettes for regn eller fuktighet.

CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.

Italia DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA

Si dichiara che lapparecchio MC-i200 Philips risponde alle prescrizioni dellart. 2 comma 1 del D.M. 28 Agosto 1995 n. 548.

Fatto a Eindhoven

Philips Consumer Electronics Philips, Glaslaan 2

5616 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands

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Franais -------------------------------------- 36

Espaol -------------------------------------- 66

Deutsch -------------------------------------- 96

Nederlands --------------------------------126

Italiano -------------------------------------- 156

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Contents

General Information Environmental information ................................ 7 Supplied accessories ............................................ 7 Safety information ................................................ 7 About MP3 disc .................................................... 7

Preparations Rear connections ............................................. 89

Power Antennas connection Speakers connection

Home Network .................................................... 9 Connecting Streamium MC-i200 ...................... 9 Optional connections ........................................ 10

Analogue audio connections Subwoofer out connection

Inserting batteries into the remote control . 10

Controls Controls on the system and remote control ........................................................... 1112

Basic Functions Plug and Play ................................................. 1314 Switching the system on ................................... 14 Switching the system to standby mode ........ 14 Switching the system to Eco Power standby mode ...................................................... 14 Power saving automatic standby ..................... 14 Dim mode ............................................................ 14 Volume control ................................................... 14 Sound control ..................................................... 15

wOOx Bass/Treble Incredible Surround

Screen display ...................................................... 16 Navigation view Play view Switching between Navigation view and Play view

Using the soft keys ............................................. 16 Scrolling ................................................................ 17

Internet Audio Connecting to your PC (PC Link) .................. 18 Connecting to online music services ............. 18 Set options .................................................... 1920

Set Registration Select User Network Configuration Proxy Configuration Network Information Product Information Disable Internet Software Upgrade Restore Defaults

About My.Philips.com .................................... 20

CD/MP3-CD Operations Discs for playback .............................................. 21 Loading disc ......................................................... 21 Basic operations ................................................. 22 Selecting a desired track/passage .................... 22 Repeat and Shuffle .............................................. 22

Repeat play Random play

Playing a MP3-CD........................................ 2223 Marking favorite tracks ..................................... 23

Activating/deactivating the favourites list Playing a favourites list Cancelling a favourite track Deleting all favourite tracks

Artist and title information .............................. 24 Requesting on-line audio CD information

Radio Reception Tuning to radio stations .................................... 25 Storing favourite radio stations ................ 2526

Automatic Preset Programming Manual Preset Programming

Selecting a favourite radio station .................. 26 Erasing a favourite radio station ..................... 26 Deleting all the favourite radio stations ........ 26 RDS ................................................................ 2627

Setting the RDS clock

Personalised and interactive features Multiple users ...................................................... 28

Creating your user account Selecting a user account

Favourites ............................................................. 28 Creating your favourites list Accessing your favourites list Returning to normal list (exit from favourites list)

Getting extra information ................................ 28

External Sources Connecting an external device ....................... 29 Listening to external source ............................ 29

Clock/Timer View clock ............................................................ 30 Clock setting ....................................................... 30 Timer setting ....................................................... 31

Checking the timer Activate/deactivate the timer

Sleep timer setting ............................................. 32

Maintenance .............................................. 32

Specifications ........................................... 33

Troubleshooting ............................. 3435

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General Information

This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community.

Environmental information All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. We have tried to make the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene (bags, protective foam sheet).

Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialised company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment.

Supplied accessories

2 speaker boxes Remote control Batteries (two AA size) for remote control AM loop antenna FM wire antenna AC power cord Category 5 Ethernet cable

Safety information

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.

Place the system on a flat, hard and stable surface.

Place the system in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat build-up in your system. Allow at least 10 cm (4 inches) clearance from the rear and the top of the unit and 5 cm (2 inches) from each side.

Do not expose the system, batteries or discs to excessive moisture, rain, sand or heat sources caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.

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 disc 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.

When the system is switched to Standby mode, it is still consuming some power. To disconnect the system from the power supply completely, remove the AC power plug from the wall socket.

About MP3 disc

Supported formats MP3PRO, MP3 ISO9660, Joliet, Multisession Supported sampling frequencies : 16, 22.05,

24, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz) Supported Bit-rates of MP3 disc are:

32-256 (kbps) and variable bit-rate

Making your own MP3-CD

1 Copy the music from your own Digital Audio CDs or download legal MP3 music from the Internet.

2 Record (burn) the music on a CD-R(W) disc with your home PC. Make sure to use a recording speed not faster than indicated on the CD-R(W) 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 or higher is recommended.

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Preparations

Rear connections

The type plate is located at the rear of the system. For users in the U.K.: please follow the instructions on page 2.

A Power

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 some versions).

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

Position the antenna as far as possible from a TV, VCR or other radiation source.

FM Antenna For better FM stereo

reception, connect an outdoor FM antenna to the FM ANTENNA terminal.

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C Speakers connection

Front Speakers Connect the speaker wires to the SPEAKERS terminals, right speaker to "R" and left speaker to "L", coloured (marked) wire to "+" and black (unmarked) wire to "-".

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Notes: To avoid magnetic interference, do not position the front speakers too close to the PC monitor/TV. For optimal sound performance, use the supplied speakers. Do not connect more than one speaker to any one pair of +/- speaker terminals. Do not connect speakers with impedance lower than the speakers supplied. Please refer to the SPECIFICATIONS section of this manual.

Home Network

INTERNET

gateway router

DSL or cable modem

data port

1 Connect your PC, gateway router and broadband modem (cable/DSL) according to the routers setup instructions.

2 Configure your gateway router following the directions specified in your routers manual and make sure that the PCs internet connection is installed properly and working. If you have problems with the setup of the internet connection, contact your networking equipment manufacturer.

Connecting Streamium MC-i200

1 After the internet connection has proven to be working, connect the system to the gateway router with the supplied cable.

IMPORTANT! Do not connect the Streamium MC-i200 to the gateway router before the internet connection of the connected PC through the router is working.

INTERNET

gateway router

DSL or cable modem

data port

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2 Press CONNECT. You will now be guided through the installation process of the system. Depending on your network setup, you might have to enter network configuration data. Please follow the instructions on the systems display, using the navigation jog, the OK/PLAY (2) and the numerical/alphabetical keypad on the remote control to enter the requested connection information.

Notes: You will be asked to enter your E-Mail address. Within a short period you will receive an E-Mail- confirmation with your registration details. Follow the link displayed in the E-Mail to http://My.Philips.com, where you can customise your settings and download the PC-Link PC application. For later modification of the connection settings, press CONNECT and OPTIONS followed by the soft key (! ) on the system to select SET options.

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Optional connections The optional equipment and connecting cords are not supplied. Refer to the operating instructions of the connected equipment for details.

Analogue audio connections

AUX/CDR IN (R/L) Use a cinch cable to connect these terminals to the analogue audio out terminals of an external equipment (TV, VCR, Laser Disc player, DVD player or CD Recorder).

LINE OUT (R/L) Use a cinch cable to connect these terminals to the analogue audio inputs of any analog audio equipment (amplifier/receiver or tape recorder, for example).

Notes: Do not connect equipment to both the LINE OUT and AUX/CDR IN terminals at the same time. Otherwise, noise will be generated and malfunction might occur. If you are connecting equipment with a monaural output (a single audio out terminal), connect it to the AUX/CDR IN left terminal. Alternatively, you can use a single to double cinch cable (the output sound will still remain mono).

Subwoofer out connection

Connect the subwoofer to the SUBWOOFER OUT terminal. The subwoofer reproduces just the low bass sound effects (explosions or the rumble of spaceships, for example).

Preparations

Inserting batteries into the remote control Insert two batteries (type R06 or AA) into the remote control with the correct polarity as indicated by the + and - symbols inside the battery compartment.

CAUTION! Remove batteries if they are exhausted or will not be used for a long time. Do not use old and new or different types of batteries in combination. Batteries contain chemical substances, so dispose of them properly.

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Controls (main systems illustration on page 3)

Controls on the system and remote control

1 STANDBY ON / ECO POWER to switch the system on or to standby mode. hold down to switch the system to Eco Power

standby mode.

2 Display screen to view the current status of the system.

3 VIEW to switch to navigation or play view.

4 @ ! (soft keys) to select from the available choices on the

bottom line of the screen. (!) to select RDS information.

5 BACK S / ENTER T for CD, CONNECT, PC-LINK (play view) ......... to skip to the beginning of the

current, previous, or next track. ................................. hold down to search backward/

forward. for Tuner (play view)to tune to a lower or

higher radio frequency. for Clock ............ to change between hour and

minutes field.

6(RESUME) to interrupt or resume playback.

7 OPTIONS to modify source/service settings.

8 CONNECT to connect to an internet audio service.

9 PC-LINK to access MP3 files stored on home networks

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@ OPEN/CLOSE to open or close the disc tray.

# CD to enter CD mode.

$ TUNER to enter tuner mode or select waveband

(FM, MW or LW).

% AUX to select the input for an additional appliance.

^(CANCEL) for CD ................. to stop playback. for Tuner ............. to stop programming for Clock ............ to exit clock setting or cancel

timer. for Plug & Playto exit plug & play mode.

& 2(OK) to start playback. to confirm the selection. to initiate and start plug & play mode.

* Navigation jog (3 / 4) for CD, CONNECT, PC-LINKto scroll through

a list. for Tuner ............. to select a favourite radio station. for Clock ............ to set the hours and minutes.

( FAVORITES ( ) for CD, PC-LINK, CONNECT ... to switch to the favourites list of the selected mode. for Tuner ............. hold down to auto programme

radio stations.

(UN)MARK ( ) to select and add an item to a favourite list. to delete an item from a favourite list. hold down to delete the complete favourites.

) SOUND JOG (VOLUME +/-) to increase or decrease volume. (on the system only) to increase or decrease the

low or high tone level for the respective BASS or TREBLE sound feature selected.

BASS / TREBLE to select BASS or TREBLE sound feature.

BASS / TREBLE +/-(on the remote control) to increase or decrease bass or treble level.

wOOx to select the next wOOx level or switch off

wOOx sound effect.

/ for CD, CONNECT, PC-LINK (play view) ......... to skip to the beginning of the

current, previous, or next track. for Tuner (play view)to select a favourite radio

station. for Clock ............ to change between hour and

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/ for CD (play view)to search backward/

forward. for Tuner ............. to tune to a lower or higher

radio frequency. used as a soft keys, to select from the available

choices on the bottom line of the screen.

USER to select an active user.

INFO! to request on-line information about currently

playing item through e-mail (if available).

CLK/TIMER to display or set the clock/timer.

TIMER ON/OFF to activate or deactivate the timer function.

SHUFFLE to playback all tracks/favourites in random order.

REPEAT to playback track/disc/favourites repeatedly.

INCR. SURR. to activate or deactivate the surround sound

effect.

SLEEP to activate, deactivate or set the sleep timer

function.

DIM to select different brightness for the display

screen : DIM 1, DIM 2, DIM 3 or DIM OFF.

MUTE to interrupt or resume sound reproduction.

DIGITS 0 9 (numbers consisting more than two figures must be keyed in within 2 seconds.) for CD, CONNECT, PC-LINK ... to select a

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Basic Functions

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IMPORTANT! Before you operate the system, complete the preparation procedures.

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 power supply, "PRESS PLAY TO INSTALL TUNER" is displayed.

2 Press 2 to start installation. "INSTALLING TUNER" is displayed, followed by "AUTO PROGRAM IN PROGRESS...". 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 is used, the last preset radio station (or the first available RDS station) will be played.

3 The system will proceed to set the RDS clock if the first preset is an RDS station. "INSTALL" is displayed, followed by "TIME" and "SEARCH RDS TIME". When RDS time is read, "RDS TIME FOUND" is displayed and the current time will be stored. If RDS station does not transmit RDS time within 90 seconds, the programme will exit automatically and the display will show NO RDS TIME.

If the first preset is non-RDS station; The programme will exit automatically.

To reinstall Plug and Play

1 In standby mode, press and hold 2 until "PRESS PLAY TO INSTALL TUNER" is displayed.

2 Press 2 again to start installation. All previously stored radio stations will be replaced.

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To exit without storing the Plug and Play Press .

If you do not complete the Plug and Play installation, the function will be restarted when you next turn on the power 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, "PLEASE CHECK ANTENNA" is displayed.

Switching the system on

In standby mode Press STANDBY ON to switch on the last

selected source.

Press PC-LINK, CONNECT, CD, TUNER, or AUX to select the desired source.

In Eco Power Standby mode Press STANDBY ON on the system.

Press PC-LINK, CD, TUNER, CONNECT or AUX on the remote control.

Switching the system to standby mode

Press STANDBY ON (or B on the remote control). The clock will appear on the display when the system is in standby mode.

Switching the system to Eco Power standby mode (< 0.5W)

Press and hold STANDBY ON (or B on the remote control) for more than three seconds. "ECO POWER MODE" is displayed, then the display screen will go blank. The low power LED will be lighted.

Power saving automatic standby

As a power-saving feature, the system will automatically switch to Standby mode if you do not press any buttons within 30 minutes after a disc has stopped playing.

Dim mode You can select the desired brightness for the display.

Press DIM on the remote control repeatedly to select DIM 1, DIM 2, DIM 3 or DIM OFF display mode. DIM and the corresponding dim level will appear on the display, except for DIM OFF mode.

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Adjust SOUND JOG (or press VOLUME +/- on the remote control) to increase or decrease the volume level. "-XX dB" is displayed. "XX" denotes the volume level.

To listen through the headphones Connect the headphones plug to the n socket

at the front of the system. The speakers will be muted.

To switch off the volume temporarily Press MUTE on the remote control.

Playback will continue without sound and "MUTE ON" is displayed.

To restore the volume, press MUTE again or increase the volume level.

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Sound control

For optimal sound listening, you are only able to select BASS/TREBLE or wOOx at a time.

wOOx

There are three wOOx settings to enhance the bass response.

Press wOOx repeatedly to select the next wOOx level or switch the wOOx effect off : wOOx 3, wOOx 2, wOOx 1 or wOOx OFF. WOOX and the corresponding wOOx level will appear on the display, except for wOOx OFF mode.

Notes: When switched off the wOOx effect, the last Bass/Treble will resume automatically. Some discs might be recorded in high modulation, which causes a distortion at high volume. If this occurs, deactivate wOOx or reduce the volume.

Bass/Treble

The BASS (low tone) and TREBLE (high tone) feature enables you to define the sound- processor settings.

Press BASS +/- or TREBLE +/- on the remote control repeatedly to select the next Bass or Treble level. OR

TREBLE BASS SOUND JOG

1 == 2

Basic Functions

1 Press BASS or TREBLE on the system to select Bass or Treble sound feature.

2 Adjust SOUND JOG on the system to select the desired Bass or Treble level. "BASS LEVEL XX" or "TREBLE LEVEL XX" is displayed. "XX" denotes the level as follows :

MIN -2 0 +2 MAX

Notes: The sound jog can be used to adjust Bass/Treble level immediately after you have selected the respective Bass /Treble sound feature. If the sound jog is not used within five seconds, it will become normal volume control function. The Bass /Treble mode will exit automatically if wOOx feature selected.

Incredible Surround

The Incredible Surround magnifies the virtual distance between the front speakers for an incredibly wide, enveloping, stereo effect.

Press INCR. SURR. on the remote control repeatedly. If activated, INCR. SURR. is shown. If deactivated, INCR. SURR. OFF is displayed.

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Screen display The system has two main screen display views NAVIGATION and PLAY.

Navigation view

Allows you to navigate through the contents of the currently selected source/service.

In some cases, there may exist more than one level of navigation. For example, selecting an item in the existing list may further generate a sub-list of the selected item.

> indicates level 2 sub-list ...> indicates any level lower than level 2

ALTERNATIVE BLUES

COOL CHARTS

Play view

When OK () is pressed on a highlighted item within navigation view, the device switches to Play view and will start playing the item. The display content in Play view varies for each source/service. You may switch back to Navigation view while music is playing to make your next selection.

Switching between Navigation view and Play view

Press VIEW on the system.

Using the soft keys Each source/service has different sort modes. For example, the sort modes when playing back an MP3CD are ALBUM, PLAYLIST, ARTIST and TRACK. (only some of the modes may be available, depending on the disc)

The ( or ) at the bottom right or left hand corner of the screen indicates that there is more information to be viewed.

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To select from choices on the bottom line of the display

Use the left hand soft key (@ ) or right hand soft key (!) on your system ( / on the remote control).

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Scrolling All lists in navigation view are sorted in alphabetical or numerical order.

To scroll through a list Adjust the navigation jog clockwise to scroll

down or anti-clockwise to scroll up. There are two scrolling speeds : 1slow and 2fast.

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1 Enables you to skip forward/backward to an item on the list.

2 Enables you to skip forward/backward by several items on the list.

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Internet Audio

Connecting to your PC (PC-LINK) This feature allows you to stream your favorite MP3 music from your PC via the home PCs network. In order to enjoy the PC-Link, you have to install the PC-Link PC application. This application can be downloaded from http://My.Philips.com.

1 Press PC-LINK. SCANNING FOR PCS is displayed. If no PC is found within 30 seconds, an error message NO PCS FOUND is displayed. Check your network setup. If more than one PC is found, the names of the servers are displayed. Select the preferred server by pressing 2 . If only one PC is found, the system switches to sort mode in navigation view.

2 Press the soft key (! or @) to select the following options from the navigation view : ARTIST, ALBUM, GENRE, PLAYLIST or TRACK. If favourites mode is active, only favourites of current list are displayed.

3 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) until the desired item is highlighted.

To mark or unmark into the favourites list, press

(UN)MARK ( ).

4 Press OK () to confirm the selection and start playback.

To play from the favourites list, press FAVORITES ( ) and followed by 2 .

Note: PC-Link favourites are not user specific. The same PC-Link server will always have the same favourites.

Connecting to online music services The CONNECT feature is not a source/service by itself. It works with on-line services such as Internet radio stations to get access to music. The services offer different types of Internet audio content, that can be categorised by GENRE, REGION, LANGUAGE, PERSONAL, STATION, etc..

1 Press CONNECT. A list of on-line services is displayed.

MY RADIO STREAMIUM RADIO

If unsuccessful, DID NOT CONNECT. PLEASE TRY AGAIN LATER is displayed.

2 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select a music service provider and then press OK () or ENTER (T) to enter the service. The system will start connecting to the service and LOADING... is displayed When connection is established, the system will show a list of available internet music services or subcategories.

3 To enter a subcategories, press OK () or ENTER (T). To start playing a certain music service, press OK (). To go back to a higher level or leave a music service, go to navigation view by pressing VIEW or using navigation jog and press BACK (S). If there are sort modes for the music services available, they will be shown on the bottom line of the display. You can change the sort mode by pressing the soft keys (@ ) or (!).

Notes: Only Stations can be marked as a favourite. Each user can have its own favourites.

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Set options An option menu exists for each source/service except for TUNER and AUX. The available option menus are detailed within the respective source/service sections in this manual.

1 Press CONNECT followed by OPTIONS.

2 Press the soft key (!) on the system to select SET. Below are some possible options :

SET REGISTRATION SELECT USER NETWORK CONFIG PROXY CONFIG NETWORK INFO PRODUCT INFO DISABLE INTERNET SOFTWARE UPGRADE RESTORE DEFAULTS

Note: This option list may be extended or changed if new services become available.

3 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select the desired set options and press OK (2) to confirm.

Set Registration

Set Registration is necessary to utilise various system functions.

1 Use the numerical/alphabetical keypad on the remote control to enter your e-mail address.

To delete a character Press S to move the cursor backward.

To exit the registration mode without storing

Press .

2 Press OK (2) to confirm your entry. Your registration confirmation details will be e-mailed to you.

Note: Registration is only available for the default user.

Select User

The user menu displays the available account(s) for easy selection. Select a user account to retrieve user specific favourites within a source/ service.

Network Configuration

Depending on the type of Internet connection you have, DHCP or STATIC must be selected to enable your system to connect to the Internet. Check with your service provider to obtain the correct IP mode.

For users whose systems are set to STATIC mode, the following additional input fields have to be completed : SET IP SET NETMASK SET GATEWAY SET DNS 1 SET DNS 2

Check with your service provider and enter the necessary connection settings for these options.

Note: The change of network configuration is only necessary if your system does not work with the default configuration.

Proxy Configuration

Check with your service provider to obtain the correct proxy name and proxy port.

Network Information

This feature reports the details of your network connection.

Product Information

Check the current system information.

Disable Internet

Selecting this feature will disable the internet connection.

Internet Audio

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Internet Audio

Software Upgrade

This feature allows you to check for new software updates. If you are already a registered user, My.Philips.com will automatically notify you of any software updates by e-mail.

Restore Defaults

Selecting this feature will revert the system to the default setting.

WARNING! Restoring the default settings erases all the information stored in the set options. You will remain registered at My.Philips.com.

Note: To terminate internet access when switching the source mode to CD or AUX, press OPTIONS and select accordingly.

About My.Philips.com

My.Philips.com provides a personal online tool for managing your entertainment choices. It is an exclusive service to owners of Philips premium internet-connected products. Once you have registered with My.Philips.com, you will be able to : create and personalise your music selections. update on latest music releases or favourite artists. keep up with developments in technology and software. contact the music service providers. review and obtain information on artists and music tracks by pressing INFO! button.

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CD/MP3-CD Operations

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IMPORTANT! This system is designed for regular discs. Therefore, do not use any accessories such as disc stabiliser rings or disc treatment sheets. Do not load more than one disc into the tray.

Discs for playback

This system is able to play : All pre-recorded audio CDs All finalised audio CDR and audio

CDRW discs CDs with MP3 and/or MP3PRO files (files

end with .mp3)

Loading disc

1 Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.

2 Load in a disc with the label side facing up.

3 Press OPEN/CLOSE again to close the disc tray. The system detects the type of disc being loaded, CD or MP3 CD is displayed. The system then starts to retrieve text information for the disc.

Notes: To ensure good system performance, wait until the disc tray completely reads the disc before proceeding. For MP3 discs, the disc reading time may exceed 10 seconds due to the large number of songs compiled onto one disc.

POWER ON/OFF

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CD/MP3-CD Operations

Basic operations

Playing a disc

Press 2 .

To interrupt playback

Press . The current track time flashes.

To resume playback, press again.

To stop playback Press .

Selecting a desired track/passage

To select a desired track While playing

Press S or T (or / on the remote control) repeatedly until the desired track is displayed.

in stop mode Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the

remote control) until the desired track is highlighted.

Press to start playback.

To search for a particular passage during playback

Press and hold S or T (or / on the remote control) until the desired passage is located. During searching, the volume will be reduced.

To skip to the beginning of the current track during playback

Press S ( ) once.

Repeat and Shuffle You can select and change the various play modes before or during playback.

Repeat play

1 Press REPEAT on the remote control repeatedly to select the following : REPEAT TRACK repeat the current track. REPEAT ALL repeat the entire disc.

2 To resume normal playback, press REPEAT until "REPEAT OFF" is displayed.

Random play

1 Press SHUFFLE on the remote control. SHUFFLE is shown and "SHUFFLING" is displayed. All the tracks or favourite tracks (if favourite mode is active) will be played in random order.

2 To resume normal playback, press SHUFFLE again. SHUFFLE disappears.

Playing a MP3-CD

1 Load in a MP3-CD. ANALYZING DISC is shown.

2 Press the soft key (! or @) to select the following options from the navigation view : ALBUM (directory name on disc), PLAYLIST or TRACK (file name).

3 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) until the desired item is highlighted.

4 Press to start playback.

Pressing the REPEAT or SHUFFLE button will repeat or shuffle the last selected option. REPEAT repeat the current album/playlist/ artist/track. REPEAT ALL repeat all albums/playlists/ artists/tracks. SHUFFLE shuffle all albums/playlists/artists/ tracks.

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CD/MP3-CD Operations

display screen

2 1

3

5 4

1 The selected item is shown (album name, playlist name, artist name or MP3-CD name)

2 Track name.

3 Elapsed play time.

4 Artist name is shown. If 1 shows the artist name, then album name is shown here.

5 Next track name.

Marking favourite tracks This feature allows you to mark your favourite tracks for easy playback the next time you load in the CD/MP3 CD again. It can store up to a maximum of 50 tracks for a normal CD and 128 tracks for MP3-CD. Different users can store different favourites for the same CD/MP3CD using their individual user ID.

You can manage your CD/MP3-CD favourites in My.Philips.com (refer to My.Philips.com for more information).

1 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to scroll through the tracks.

2 Press (UN)MARK ( ) to add into the favourite list.

The icon appears next to the selected track.

Repeat this step to select additional tracks to your favourite list. The next selected track will appear at the end of the list. If you attempt to programme more than 50 (CD) / 128 (MP3-CD) tracks, NO MORE FAVORITES CAN BE ADDED is displayed.

Activating the favourites list

Press FAVORITES ( ).

Deactivating the favourites list

Press CD.

Playing a favourites list

Press FAVORITES ( ) followed by 2.

Cancelling a favourite track

Press (UN)MARK ( ) on the marked track.

Deleting all favourite tracks

1 Press and hold (UN)MARK ( ) for more than three seconds. DO YOU WANT TO DELETE CD FAVORITES? is displayed, followed by YES and NO options.

2 Press the soft key (@) on the system to select YES.

Note: When FAVOURITES is on, no additional tracks can be marked.

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CD/MP3-CD Operations

Artist and title information The system is able to display artist and title information such as CD title, artists name, musical genre, track titles and so forth (metadata).

CD The tracks on the disc are displayed in numerical order when no CD information is available. If artist and title information is detected, the song titles will be displayed instead.

with artist and title information navigation view play view

without artist and title information navigation view play view

Requesting on-line audio CD information

1 While in CD mode, press OPTIONS. A list of options is displayed on screen.

GET CD INFO RESET CD INFO NEXT CD INFO

2 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select GET CD INFO and press OK (2) to confirm. The retrieved information will replace the default track numbers on your screen.

If more information is available, the screen will display MULTIPLE MATCHES.

Press OPTIONS and use the navigation jog to select NEXT CD INFO and press OK (2) to confirm to access alternative CD information.

To return to default CD information (numerical order)

Press OPTIONS and use the navigation jog to select RESET CD INFO. The tracks will be displayed numerically (for example, TRACK 1, TRACK 2, ...)

MP3-CD If you want to replace the file names and directory names on your display by artist, album and track name, press OPTIONS. Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select READ MP3CD INFO and press OK (2) to confirm. To start reading this information, use the soft key to select YES. This will take up to several minutes, but it only has to be done once for each MP3CD. You will now be able to access additional sort modes like artist name, album name or title information by pressing the soft keys (@ ) or (!).

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Tuning to radio stations

1 Press TUNER to select TUNER mode. "TUNER" is displayed. The current radio frequency will appear on the display. If an FM station is received in stereo, is displayed.

2 Press TUNER again to select the desired waveband : FM, MW or LW.

3 Press and hold S or T (or / on the remote control) until the frequency indication starts to change, then release. The display will show "SEARCHING..." until a radio station with sufficient signal strength is found.

4 Repeat step 3 if necessary until you find the desired radio station.

To tune to a weak station, press S or T ( / ) briefly and repeatedly until optimal reception found.

Storing favourite radio stations You can store up to 40 favourite radio stations in the memory. Favourites is always on in Tuner mode.

Automatic Preset Programming

Plug and Play setting (refer to Basic Functions - Plug and Play). OR

1 Press TUNER to select TUNER mode.

2 Press and hold FAVORITES until AUTO PROGRAM FAVORITE STATIONS? is displayed, followed by YES and NO options.

3 Press the soft key (@) on the system to select YES. AUTO PROGRAM IN PROGRESS... is displayed. 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 is used, the last preset radio station (or the first available RDS station) will be played.

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To stop storing the automatic preset Press .

Manual Preset Programming

1 Tune to your desired radio station (refer to Tuning to radio stations).

2 Press (UN)MARK ( ). The current station will be stored in the next available preset number.

Repeat steps 12 to store other radio stations.

Notes: If a radio station has been stored in one of the presets, it will not be stored again under another preset number. The favourites function for this source is not user dependent. The same favourites list applies for all users. If you attempt to store more than 40 preset radio stations, "NO MORE FAVORITES CAN BE ADDED" is displayed.

Selecting a favourite radio station

1 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select the desired preset radio station from the favourite list.

2 Press OK (2) to confirm. The preset number, radio frequency, and waveband are displayed.

OR

Press / on the remote control.

Radio Reception

Erasing a favourite radio station

1 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select a preset radio station from the favourite list.

2 Press (UN)MARK ( ).

The icon will disappear. The preset numbers of all other preset stations in the waveband with a higher number are decreased by one.

Deleting all the favourite radio stations

1 In Tuner mode, press and hold

(UN)MARK ( ) for more than 3 seconds.

2 Press the soft key (@) on the system to select YES.

RDS RDS (Radio Data System) is a broadcasting service that allows FM stations to send additional information along with the regular FM radio signal. This additional information can contain:

STATION NAME: The radio station name is displayed. PROGRAMME TYPE: The following programme types exist and can be received by your tuner : News, Affairs, Info, Sport, Educate, Drama, Culture, Science, Varied, Pop M, Rock M, M.O.R. (middle of the road music), Light M, Classics, Other M, No type. RADIO TEXT (RT): text messages appear on the display.

Receiving RDS Radio Station Tuned to a radio station from FM band.

If the radio station is transmitting RDS signal, the RDS logo and the radio station name/text will appear on the display.

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Setting the RDS clock

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 Press CLK/TIMER twice. "00:00" or current time starts flashing.

2 Press the soft key (!) on the system. "SEARCHING FOR RDS TIME..." is displayed. When RDS time is read, "RDS TIME FOUND" is displayed and the current time will be stored. If the RDS station does not transmit RDS time within 90 seconds, "NO RDS TIME" is displayed.

Note: Some RDS station may be transmitting a real time clock at a minute interval. The accuracy of the transmitted time depends on the transmitting RDS station.

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Personalised and interactive features

Multiple users This system allows personalisation for multiple users. Your personal selections are bound to a user account. This feature is available for PC-LINK, CONNECT and CD only.

Creating your user account

1 Enter your e-mail address in the set options menu SET REGISTRATION. Within a short period you will receive an e-mail with your registration confirmation details.

2 To complete registration, follow the link displayed in the e-mail.

Selecting a user account

1 Press USER on the remote control. The available user accounts will be displayed.

2 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to select and then press OK () to confirm.

Favourites In any modes, you can easily manage your favourite tracks and stations by using the

FAVORITES ( ) and (UN)MARK ( ) buttons.

Creating your favourites list

When in CD/PC-LINK/CONNECT-mode, press

(UN)MARK ( ) to add/remove tracks or stations to/from your favourites lists. In TUNER-

mode, press (UN)MARK ( ) to save and delete radio stations and hold down

(UN)MARK ( ) to auto programme radio stations.

Accessing your favourites list

To play from the favourites list, press FAVORITES ( ), select a track or station, followed by 2 .

Returning to normal list (exit from favourites list)

Press the relevant source key (CD, PC-LINK or CONNECT). For example, if you are currently in CD favourites list, pressing CD button will deactivate the favourites list and return to the normal list.

Getting extra information Pressing the INFO! button sends extra information about the currently playing item to your email address. The INFO! function works within all source modes except TUNER and AUX.

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This source enables you to connect external sound devices and play the sound through your systems built-in speakers.

Connecting an external device Connect the audio out terminals of the external

device to the AUX/CDR IN terminals of your system.

Listening to an external source

1 Press AUX to select AUX when connected to a TV, VCR or Laser Disc player. OR

Press AUX again to select CDR/DVD when connected to a CD recorder or DVD player.

2 Play the external device.

When CDR/DVD mode is selected, any audio equipment connected to the LINE OUT terminals of this micro system will be muted. You will not be able to record or listen to the sound on equipment connected to the LINE OUT terminal.

External Sources

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Notes: You are advised not to listen to and record from the same source simultaneously. All the sound control features (INCR. SURR., BASS/TREBLE, for example) are available for selection. Refer to the operating instructions for the connected equipment for details.

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Clock/Timer

IMPORTANT! When in Eco Power standby mode, it is not possible to operate the clock or timer function.

View clock The clock (if it is set) will be shown in standby mode.

To view the clock in any source mode (CD or TUNER for example)

Press CLK/TIMER on the remote control. The clock is displayed for a few seconds. If the clock has not been set, "--:--" is displayed.

Clock setting The clock can be set in either 12-hour or 24-hour mode ("12:00 AM" or "00:00", for example).

1 In standby or view clock mode, press CLK/TIMER once. In any other source modes, press CLK/TIMER twice. "12:00 AM" or "00:00" starts flashing.

2 Press the left hand soft key (@) to select 12- or 24- hour clock mode.

3 Press S or T (or / on the remote control) to switch between hour or minutes setting. The hour or minutes digits flash.

4 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to set the hour and minutes.

5 Press CLK/TIMER again to store the setting. The clock starts working.

To exit without storing the setting Press .

Notes: The clock setting will be cancelled when the power cord is disconnected or if a power failure occurs. During clock setting, if no button is pressed within 90 seconds, the system will exit clock setting mode automatically. To set the clock automatically through the time information in the RDS signal, refer to "Radio Reception - Setting the RDS clock".

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Timer setting The system can switch on to CD, TUNER, CONNECT or PC-LINK 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 volume of the timer will increase gradually from the minimum level to the last tuned volume level. The system will switch to standby mode if no button is pressed within 30 minutes after timer wake up.

1 Press and hold CLK/TIMER for more than two seconds to select timer mode. "12:00 AM" or "00:00" or the last timer setting starts flashing. starts flashing. The selected source will be lighted while other available sources are flashing.

2 Press CD, TUNER, CONNECT or PC-LINK to select the desired source. For CD mode, the timer will wake up by playing the first track of the disc or favourite list. If the disc tray is empty, it will switch to Tuner mode. For Tuner mode, the timer will wake up by playing the last tuned radio station. For CONNECT or PC-LINK mode, the timer will wake up by playing the last streamed music. If the connection fails, it will switch to Tuner mode.

3 Press S or T (or / on the remote control) to switch between hour or minutes setting. The hour or minutes digits flash.

4 Use the navigation jog (or press 3 / 4 on the remote control) to set the hour and minutes.

5 Press CLK/TIMER to store the timer. "TIMER", the set timer "XX:XX" and the selected source will be displayed. remains on the display.

At the preset time, the selected sound source will play.

To exit without storing the setting Press .

Note: During timer setting, if no button is pressed within 90 seconds, the system will exit timer setting mode automatically.

Checking the timer

Press CLK/TIMER once on the remote control. If the timer has been activated, the set timer information is displayed.

Activate/deactivate the timer

Press TIMER ON/OFF repeatedly on the remote control. If activated, the last set timer information is displayed for a few seconds. If deactivated, TIMER OFF is displayed.

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Sleep timer setting 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 time. The selections are as follows (time in minutes):

15 30 45 60 90 120 OFF 15

"XX MINUTES" 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.

"10 SECONDS" "9 SECONDS".... "1 SECOND" "SLEEP"

Clock/Timer

To clean a CD, wipe it in a straight line from the centre toward the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. A cleaning agent may damage the disc! Write only on the printed side of a disc 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.

Maintenance

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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 closed to avoid dust on the lens.

To check the remaining length of time after sleep timer is activated

Press SLEEP once.

To change the preset sleep timer Press SLEEP again while the remaining sleep

timer is shown. The display will show the next sleep timer options.

To deactivate the sleep timer Press SLEEP repeatedly until "OFF" is displayed,

or press the STANDBY ON button.

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Specifications

AMPLIFIER Output power .............................................. 2 x 100 W MPO

2 x 50 W RMS(1)

Signal-to-noise ratio .......................... 70 dBA (IEC) Frequency response ......... 50 16000 Hz, 3 dB Input sensitivity

AUX In / CDR/DVD In .................... 500 mV / 1V Output

Speakers .................................................................... 6 Headphones ...................................... 32 1000 Subwoofer Out .............. 1.3 V 2dB, > 22000 Line Out ...................... 500 mV 2dB, > 22000

(1) (6 , 1 kHz, 10% THD)

CONNECT / PC-LINK / MP3-CD Input

RJ45 jack .......................................................... IEEE 802.3 MP3 specifications

Frequency response (256 kbps) 63 14000 Hz Signal-to-noise ratio ................................... 67 dBA Channel separation ...................... 40 dB (1 kHz) Total harmonic distortion (256 kbps) ... < 0.05% Bit rate ..................................................... 32 256 kbps Sampling frequencies .................................... 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

DISC PLAYER Number of favourite tracks .......................... CD - 50 ........................................................................ MP3-CD - 128 Frequency response .......................... 20 20000 Hz Signal-to-noise ratio ....................................... 76 dBA Channel separation .......................... 79 dB (1 kHz) Total harmonic distortion ............ < 0.02% (1 kHz)

TUNER FM wave range ................................... 87.5 108 MHz MW wave range ................................ 531 1602 kHz LW wave range ..................................... 153 279 kHz Number of presets ........................................................ 40 Antenna

FM ..................................................................... 75 wire AM .............................................................. Loop antenna

SPEAKERS Front left/right System ..................... 3-way; Bass reflex system with

top firing wOOx Impedance ........................................................................ 6 wOOx ................... 1 x 6.5" top firing wOOx driver Woofer ................................................ 1 x 6.5" full range Tweeter ............................................... 1 x 2.5" Ferrofluid Polydome Tweeter ................................................... 1 x 1" Dimensions (w x h x d) . 180 x 244 x 227 (mm) Weight .................................................................... 3 kg each

GENERAL Material/finish ................................... Polystyrene/Metal AC Power ..................................... 220 230 V / 50 Hz Power Consumption

Active ......................................................................... 80 W Standby ................................................................. < 15 W Eco Power Standby ....................................... < 0.5 W

Dimensions (w x h x d) .. 175 x 244 x 366 (mm) Weight (without speakers) .................................. 5.0 kg

Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without notice.

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WARNING Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty. Do not open the system as there is a risk of electric shock.

If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair. If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service centre.

Problem Solution

CD/MP3-CD OPERATIONS

NO CD AVAILABLE! PLEASE Insert a disc. INSERT CD is displayed. Check if the disc is inserted upside down.

Wait until the moisture condensation at the lens has cleared.

Replace or clean the disc (see Maintenance).

UNRECOGNIZED DISC FORMAT Check for any scratches or smudges on the disc. is displayed. Replace or clean the disc (see Maintenance).

CONNECTION TO INTERNET

The set does not connect to the Press CONNECT again. internet. Make sure you have configured your home

network correctly (try connecting to the internet from a PC on the same network).

Do not get audio from the product Check your network settings in the product. even though the connection to the internet from PC is working.

On some music services, the music Try to change the Audio Buffer settings in the has hickups. set options.

RADIO RECEPTION

Radio reception is poor. If the signal is too weak, adjust the antenna or connect an external antenna for better reception.

Increase the distance between the Micro System and your TV or VCR.

Troubleshooting

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GENERAL

The system does not react when Remove the AC power plug for one minute. buttons are pressed. Then reconnect and switch on the system again.

Sound cannot be heard or is of poor Adjust the volume. quality. Disconnect the headphones.

Check that the speakers are connected correctly. Check if the stripped speaker wire is clamped

into the speaker terminal. Make sure the MP3-CD was recorded within

32-256 kbps bit rate with sampling frequencies at 16 kHz, 22,05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44,1 kHz or 48 kHz.

The left and right sound outputs are Check the speaker connections and location. reversed.

The remote control does not function Select the source (CD or TUNER, for example) properly. before pressing the function button (,,).

Reduce the distance between the remote control and the system.

Insert the batteries with their polarities (+/ signs) aligned as indicated.

Replace the batteries. Point the remote control directly toward the

IR sensor on the front of the system.

The timer is not working. Set the clock correctly. Press TIMER ON/OFF to switch on the timer.

Not all buttons are lit. Press DIM to sele

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