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Summary of Content for Philips DC570/12 DC570 Docking System User Manual PDF

DC570Docking Entertainment System

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CAUTION Visible and invisible laser radiation. If the cover is open, do not look at the beam.

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.

Italia DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA

Si dichiara che lapparecchio DC570 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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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.

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English ------------------------------------------------ 8

Franais -------------------------------------------- 24

Espaol --------------------------------------------- 40

Deutsch --------------------------------------------- 56

Nederlands ---------------------------------------- 73

Italiano ---------------------------------------------- 91

Svenska ------------------------------------------- 108

Dansk --------------------------------------------- 125

Suomi --------------------------------------------- 142

Portugus ---------------------------------------- 158

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Contents

General Information Environmental Information ................................ 9 Supplied accessories ............................................ 9 Safety Information ................................................ 9

Preparations Rear connections ............................................... 10

Connecting a USB device ........................................ 11 Connecting other equipment to your system ... 11

Before using the remote control .................... 11 Replacing the remote control battery ........... 11

Controls Main unit .............................................................. 12 Remote Control ................................................. 13

Basic Functions Switching the system on ................................... 14 Switching the system toEco Power standby mode ..................................................................... 14 Switching the system to standby mode ........ 14 Power Saving Automatic Standby .................... 14 Adjusting volume and sound ............................ 14 Sound control ..................................................... 15

USB playback functions Different play modes: SHUFFLE and REPEAT ... ................................................................................ 16 Programming track numbers ........................... 16 Reviewing programmed tracks ........................ 16 Changing programmed tracks ......................... 16 Erasing the program .......................................... 16

Radio Reception Tuning to radio stations .................................... 17 Programming radio stations ............................. 17

Automatic programming ......................................... 17 Manual programming ............................................... 17

Tuning to preset radio stations ....................... 17

External Sources Using a non-USB device .................................... 18 Using a USB mass storage device ................... 18

Clock/Timer/Sleep Clock setting ....................................................... 20 Setting the Alarm Time ...................................... 20

Stopping the alarm ................................................... 20 Sleep timer setting ............................................. 20

iPod Dock Compatible iPod players ................................... 21 Selecting the correct dock adaptor ............... 21 Using the dock adaptors ................................... 21 Playing an iPod portable player ....................... 21 Charging iPod battery using the dock ........... 21

Specifications ............................................ 22

Troubleshooting ..................................... 23

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General Information

Congratulations on your purchase and welcome

to Philips!

To fully benefit from the support that Philips

offers, register your product at www.philips.com/

welcome.

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

specialized company. Please observe the local

regulations regarding the disposal of packaging

materials, exhausted batteries and old

equipment.

Supplied accessories remote control (with battery)

FM antenna

4 X iPod dock adaptors

3.5 mm line-in cable

Safety Information Before operating the system, check that the

operating voltage indicated on the typeplate 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.

The ventilation should not be impeded by

covering the ventilation openings with items,

such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.

Do not expose the system, batteries or discs to

excessive moisture, rain, sand or heat sources

caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.

No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles,

should be placed on the apparatus.

No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall

be placed on the apparatus.

Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the

AC power plug can be reached easily.

Where the Mains plug is used as the disconnect

device, the disconnect device shall remain readily

operable.

The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping

or splashing.

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.

Notes for battery disposal Your product contains batteries covered by the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed with normal household waste. Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries because correct disposal helps to prevent negative consequences for the environmental and human health.

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Preparations

Rear connections

The type plate is located at the rear of the system.

A Power Before connecting the power cord to the wall

outlet, ensure that all other connections have

been made.

WARNING! For optimal performance, use only the original power cord. Never make or change 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).

B Antenna Connection Connect the supplied FM antenna to the FM terminal. Extend and position the FM antenna for optimal reception.

Note: Position the FM antenna away from the speaker wires to avoid electrical interference.

C Optional connections The optional equipment and connecting cords are

not supplied. Refer to the operating instructions

of the connected equipment for details.

FM wire antennaFM wire antenna

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Preparations

Connecting a USB device

By connecting a USB mass storage device

(including USB flash memory, USB flash players)

to the system, you can enjoy the device's stored

music through the powerful speakers of system.

Insert the USB device's USB plug into the

socket on the set.

OR

for devices with USB cables: 1 Insert one plug of the USB cable (not supplied)

to the socket on the set.

2 Insert the other plug of the USB cable to the

USB port of the USB device.

Connecting other equipment to your system

Use a line-in-cable to connect AUX IN to the

analogue audio out terminals of an external

equipment (TV, VCR, Laser Disc player, DVD

player or CD Recorder).

Before using the remote control

1 Pull out the plastic protective sheet.

2 Select the source you wish to control by

pressing one of the source select keys on the

remote control (for example USB, TUNER).

3 Then select the desired function (for example

).

Replacing the remote control battery (lithium CR2025)

1 Press the slot on the battery compartment.

2 Pull out the battery compartment.

3 Replace a new battery and fully insert the

battery compartment back to the original

position.

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CR2025

CAUTION! Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of properly.

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Controls

Main unit

1 USB DIRECT jack for the connecting an external USB mass

storage device and MP3/ WMA players.

2

(iPod/USB) starts or interrupts playback.

3 S/ T iPod/ USB .......... fast searches back and forward

within a track (press and hold).

................................. skips to the beginning of a

current/previous/next track.

CLOCK ............... adjusts the minutes for the clock/

alarm function.

TUNER ............... tunes to lower/ higher FM

frequency.

4 VOLUME -/+ adjusts the volume level.

5 Display screen shows the status of the system.

6 FM antenna improves FM reception

7 DOCK for iPod cradle for docking adaptors used to dock your

iPod player for playback or recharging through this system.

8 Power switches on the system to the last sound source

played.

switches the system to standby mode.

9 Source to select the respective sound source: USB, iPod,

FM, or AUX.

0 PRESET -/+ (USB) skips to the beginning of a previous/

subsequent album.

adjusts the hours for the clock/alarm function.

selects a preset radio station.

DBB enhances the bass

DSC selects different sound effects

! IR remote sensor

@ AUX connect an auxiliary device here.

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Controls

Remote Control

1 iPod selects the sound source for your iPod player.

2 Power switches the system to standby mode.

3 (iPod/USB) starts or interrupts playback.

4 Menu enters iPod menu

5 USB selects sound source for a USB audio player.

6 REPEAT/SHUFF (USB) toggles track/album playback options e.g.

repeat or random order mode.

7 ALBUM/PRESET3 / 4

(USB) skips to the beginning of a previous/

subsequent album.

selects a preset radio station.

DBB enhances the bass

DSC selects different sound effects

8 SLEEP selects the sleeper time.

9 TUNER selects the sound source for FM radio.

0 TUNING -/+ TUNER ............... tunes to lower/ higher FM

frequency.

CLOCK ............... adjusts the hour for the clock/

alarm function.

! S / T iPod/USB.....fast searches back and forward within

a track (press and hold).

................................. skips to the beginning of a

current/previous/next track.

CLOCK ............... adjusts the minute for the clock/

alarm function.

@ Timer activates/deactivates alarm setting mode

turns alarm on/off

# AUX selects sound source for other audio equipment.

$ PROG/SET TIME (TUNER) programs radio stations.

sets the clock function.

(USB) programs tracks.

% VOLUME -/+ adjusts the volume level. ^ MUTE interrupts and resumes sound production.

Notes for remote control: First select the source you wish to control by pressing one of the source select keys on the remote control (for example USB/ AUX). Then select the desired function (for example , S , T).

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Basic Functions

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

Switching the system on

Press Power on the set.

The system will switch to the last selected

source.

Press source on the set repeatedly or USB,

AUX, iPod or TUNER on the remote

control.

The system will switch to the selected source.

Switching the system to Eco Power Standby mode

Press and hold POWER (or POWER on the

remote) in the active mode.

The system enters Eco power standby mode.

If the system is normal standby mode, press and

hold POWER on the front panel for 3 seconds

or more to switch to Eco power standby or vice

versa.

Switching the system to Standby mode

Press Power (or Power on the remote

control).

The volume level (up to a maximum volume

of 12), last selected mode, source and tuner

presets will be retained in the system's memory.

Power Saving Automatic Standby As a power-saving feature, the system

automatically switches to standby 15 minutes

after a USB connected device has reached the

end of the last track and no control is operated.

Adjusting volume and sound

1 Press VOLUME -/+ to decrease or increase the

volume.

Display shows the volume level VoL and a

number 0-32.

2 Press MUTE on the remote control to

interrupt sound reproduction instantly.

Playback will continue without sound and

MUTE appears.

To activate sound reproduction you can:

press MUTE again;

adjust the volume controls;

change source.

SHUFFLE

ALBUM/ PRESET

REPEAT

SLEEP MUTE

SET TIME

TIMER PROG

USB MENU AUX

POWER TUNER

TUNING

VOL

TUNING +

DSC

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Sound Control DBB and DSC sound features cannot be activated at the same time.

DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost)

DBB enhances the bass response.

iPod/AUX

Press ALBUM/PRESET 4on the remote or PRESET - on the pane to enable/disable DBB feature.

USB/TUNER

Press and hold ALBUM/PRESET 4on the remote or PRESET - on the panel for more than 2 seconds to enable/disable DBB feature.

DSC (Digital Sound Control)

DSC provides a different type of preset sound equalizer setting.

iPod/AUX

1 Press ALBUM/PRESET 3 or PRESET + on the panel to enter DSC mode.

2 Press PRESET + repeatedly to select: CLASSIC, JAZZ, POP or ROCK.

USB/TUNER

1 Press and hold ALBUM/PRESET 3 or PRESET + on the panel for more than 2 seconds to enter DSC mode.

2 Press PRESET + repeatedly to select: CLASSIC, JAZZ, POP or ROCK.

Basic Functions

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USB playback functions

Different play modes: SHUFFLE and REPEAT You can select and change the various play

modes before or during playback. The REPEAT

modes can also be combined with PROGRAM.

1 To select your play mode, press REPEAT/ SHUFF before or during playback until the

display shows the desired function.

If onE appears the current track will play

repeatedly.

If ALb appears the current album will play

repeatedly.

If ALL appears all tracks will be played

repeatedly.

SHUFF appears if shuffle playback is

activated and disappears if deactivated.

2 To return to normal playback, press the

REPEAT/SHUFF until oFF displayed.

Note: The Repeat and Shuffle functions cannot be combined.

Programming track numbers Program in the STOP position to select and

store up to 20 tracks in the memory.

1 Press PROG/SET TIME on the remote

control to enter the programming mode.

Pr 01 appears and PROG flashes.

2 Press S/T to select your desired track

number.

For tracks in a different album, press ALBUM/ PRESET 3/4 to select a desired album

number.

3 Press PROG/SET TIME to confirm the track

number to be stored.

4 Repeat steps 2-3 to select and store all desired

tracks.

FULL appears if you attempt to program

more than 20 tracks.

5 To start playback of your program, press .

Reviewing programmed tracks You can review or change the programmed

tracks.

1 Press PROG/SET TIME repeatedly to review

each programmed track.

Changing programmed tracks 1 Press PROG/SET TIME repeatedly to your

desired programmed track.

2 Press S/T to select your desired track

number.

For tracks in a different album, press ALBUM/ PRESET 3/4 to select a desired album

number.

3 Press PROG/SET TIME to confirm the track

number to be stored.

Erasing programmed tracks 1 To erase your program, press and hold PROG/

SET TIME for more than 2 seconds.

CLR appears.

SHUFFLE

ALBUM/ PRESET

REPEAT

SLEEP MUTE

SET TIME

TIMER PROG

USB MENU AUX

POWER TUNER

VOL

DSC

DBB

TUNING

TUNING +

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Radio Reception

Tuning to radio stations

1 Press TUNER to select the tuner source.

2 Hold TUNING -/+ (or S/T on the set)

and then release the button.

The system will start searching for a radio

station with sufficient signal strength.

3 Repeat step 2 if necessary until you find the

desired station.

To tune to a weak station, press TUNING -/+ (or S/T on the set)briefly and repeatedly.

Programming radio stations You can store up to a total of 20 radio stations in the memory.

Automatic programming

Automatic programming will start at preset

number 1 and all your former presets will be

overridden.

Press PROG/SET TIME for more than 3

seconds to activate programming.

All available stations are programmed.

Manual programming

1 Tune to your desired station (refer to Tuning to

radio stations).

2 Press PROG/SET TIME to activate

programming.

PROG flashes in the display.

3 Press ALBUM/PRESET 3 / 4 to allocate a

number from 1 to 20 to this station.

4 Press PROG/SET TIME again to confirm the

setting.

PROG disappears, the preset number and

the frequency of the preset station are shown.

5 Repeat the above four steps to store other

stations.

You can override a preset station by storing

another frequency in its place.

Tuning to preset radio stations

Press ALBUM/PRESET 3 / 4 until the

desired preset station is displayed.

SHUFFLE

ALBUM/ PRESET

REPEAT

SLEEP MUTE

SET TIME

TIMER PROG

USB MENU AUX

POWER TUNER

TUNING

VOL

TUNING +

DSC

DBB

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External Sources

INFORMATION REGARDING USB DIRECT: 1. Compatibility of the USB connection on this system: a) This product supports most USB Mass storage devices (MSD) that are compliant to the USB MSD standards.

i) Most common Mass storage class devices are flash drives, memory sticks, jump drives and etc. ii) If you see a "Disc Drive" showing up on your computer after you have plugged the mass storage device into your computer, most likely it is MSD compliant and it will work with this system.

b) If your Mass storage device requires a battery/ power source please make sure you have a fresh battery inserted or charge the USB device before connecting to the system.

2. Supported Music type: a) This device only supports unprotected music with the following file extension: .mp3 .wma b) Music bought from on-line music stores are not supported because they are secured by Digital Rights Management protection (DRM). c) File name extensions that end with the following are not supported: .wav; .m4a; .m4p; mp4; .aac and etc.

3. Playback of audio files through the system's speakers is not possible if you connect directly from your computer to the USB socket.

Using a non-USB device 1 Connect the audio out terminals of the external

equipment (TV, VCR, Laser Disc player, DVD

player or CD Recorder) to the AUX socket of

your system.

2 Press AUX to select external equipment.

Note: Refer to the operating instructions of your connected equipment for details.

USB MENU AUX

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Using a USB mass storage device

By connecting a USB mass storage device to the

system, you can enjoy the device's stored music

through the system's powerful speakers.

1 Check the USB device has been properly

connected. (See Installation: Connecting an

additional appliance).

2 Press USB once or more to select USB.

no AUdIO appears if no audio file is found

in the USB device.

3 Refer to the Quick Start Guide or the Controls

page of this manual for basic playback features.

Playing a USB mass storage device Compatible USB mass storage devices You can use:

USB flash memory (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)

USB flash players (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)

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POWER

PRESET VOLUME

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External Sources

Supported formats: USB or memory file format FAT12, FAT16,

FAT32 (sector size: 512-4096 bytes) MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and

variable bit rate WMA v9 or earlier Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8

levels Number of albums/ folders: maximum 99 Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999 ID3 tag v2.0 or later File name in Unicode UTF8 (maximum length:

128 bytes)

The system will not play or support the following: Empty albums: an empty album is an album

that does not contain MP3/WMA files, and will not be shown in the display.

Non-supported file formats are skipped. This means that e.g.: Word documents .doc or MP3 files with extension .dlf are ignored and will not be played.

AAC, WAV, PCM audio files DRM protected WMA files WMA files in Lossless format.

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Clock/Timer/Sleep

Clock setting The clock uses the 12-hour mode.

Important!

To set clock in the Eco Power mode, press and

hold POWER on the set for 3 seconds or

more to switch to normal standby mode first

before proceeding with the procedures below.

1 In standby mode, press PROG/SET TIME for

more than two seconds.

The clock digits flash.

2 Press S/T to set the minutes.

3 Press TUNING -/+ to set the hours.

4 Press PROG/SET TIME to confirm the time.

Setting the timer You can only set timer in standby mode.

Wake up to FM radio or music from your USB

device or iPod. The clock time needs to be set

first before the alarm clock can be used.

1 Press TIMER for more than 3 seconds to enter

the alarm setting mode.

appears.

The alarm clock digits flash.

"Err" appears briefly if you have not set the

clock time.

2 Press TUNING +/- to set the hours.

3 Press S/T to set the minutes.

4 Press iPod, TUNER or USB to select the

sound source.

5 Press TIMER to confirm your alarm setting.

The display returns to the clock time.

Notes: The TUNER mode is the default source if: Your USB device contains no MP3 or WMA files. You forgot to connect a USB device. You forgot to dock your iPod.

Stopping the alarm

To cancel the alarm, press TIMER in standby or

playback mode.

appears if activated, and disappears if

deactivated.

Sleep timer setting The sleep timer enables the system to switch off by itself after a set period of time.

1 Press SLEEP on the remote control repeatedly

to select a preset time.

The selections are as follows (time in

minutes):

120 90 60 30 15 OFF

SLEEP is displayed.

2 To review the remaining sleep time, press

SLEEP .

Note: If you press SLEEP again, this will change your sleep time period to the next shorter preset option.

To deactivate the sleep timer Press SLEEP repeatedly until "0FF" is displayed,

or press Power.

TUNING

TUNING +

SHUFFLE

ALBUM/ PRESET

REPEAT

SLEEP MUTE

SET TIME

TIMER PROG

USB MENU AUX

POWER TUNER

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iPod Dock

Compatible iPod players The docking entertainment system is compatible

with all the existing Apple iPod models with 30-

pin connector.

Selecting the correct dock adaptor

Four adapters are included to fit different iPod

models including iPod touch (8GB, 16GB), iPod

classic (80GB, 160GB), iPod nano 3rd generation

(4GB, 8GB), iPod the 5th generation (30GB,

60GB, 80GB), iPod nano 2nd generation (2GB,

4GB, 8GB) and iPod nano 1st generation (1GB,

2GB, 4GB ).

Using the dock adaptors

Before plugging your player in the dock, snap the

suitable dock adapter into the dock to provide a

snug fit for the player to be docked

Playing an iPod portable player 1 Correctly dock your iPod portable player in the

cradle. Make sure the dock adaptor is

compatible.

Make sure that you have powered on your iPod

player before selecting iPod source.

2 Press iPod on the remote control to select iPod

source.

The iPod dock icon appears.

3 Playback starts automatically. Playback functions

play, skip, fast search and, pause are possible using

the controls on this system and its remote

control.

Charging iPod battery using the dock

In iPod mode, directly dock your iPod portable

player on the cradle for charging.

Note: For the purpose of saving power, recharging of your USB device and iPod is Not Supported when the main set is in Eco Power mode.

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Specifications

AMPLIFIER Output power ........................................................................ ...................................................................... 50W+2 x 25W Signal-to-noise ratio ....................................... 70 dBA Frequency response ...... 50 Hz 20 KHz, 3 dB Input sensitivity AUX ....................... 0.5 V (max. 2 V)

SUBWOOFER Frequency response ............................ 50 Hz 1KHz Impedance ........................................................................ 8 Rated power ................................................................ 50W

TWEETER Frequency response ..................... 160 Hz 16 KHz Impedance ........................................................................ 4 Rated power ........................................................ 2 x 25W

TUNER FM wave range ................................... 87.5 108 MHz Sensitivity at 75

FM ................................................................................ 20dBf Total harmonic distortion ..................................... 1% Frequency response FM .............................................................. 63 6000 Hz Signal-to-noise-ratio FM ....................................................................... 50 dBA

USB PLAYER USB ................................................................... 12Mb/s, V1.1 ......................................... support MP3 and WMA files Number of albums/folders ................. maximum 99 Number of tracks/titles ...................... maximum 999

GENERAL INFORMATION AC Power ............................. 220 240 V / 50-60 Hz Dimensions (w x h x d)300 x 300 x 1024 (mm) Weight ......................................................................... 10.1 kg Standby power consumption ............................ <7 W

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Troubleshooting

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 Philips for help.

NO USb is displayed.

Radio reception is poor.

The system does not react when buttons are pressed.

Sound cannot be heard or is of poor quality.

The remote control does not function properly.

The alarm function is not working.

The Clock setting is erased.

Insert a a USB device.

If the signal is too weak, adjust the antenna or

connect an external antenna for better

reception.

Increase the distance between the unit and your

TV or VCR.

Position the FM antenna away from the speaker

wires to avoid electrical interference.

Remove and reconnect the AC power plug and switch on the system again.

Adjust the volume. Disconnect the headphone.

Select the source (e.g. TUNER) before pressing the function button (3/4, S/T).

Reduce the distance between the remote control and the system.

Insert the battery with its polarities (+/ signs) aligned as indicated.

Replace the battery. Point the remote control directly toward

IR sensor on the front of the system.

Set the clock time correctly. Switch on the alarm.

Power has been interrupted or the power cord has been disconnected. Reset the clock.

Problem Solution

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Manualsnet FAQs

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