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SCD2350
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Do not dispose of this product with the normal household waste at the end
of its life cycle. Return it to a collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic devices. This is indicated by the symbol on the product,
user manual or packaging.
The materials are reusable according to their markings. By reusing, recycling or
other forms of utilization of old devices you make an important contribution to
the protection of our environment.
Please contact your local authorities for details about collection points.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
CAUTION - INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPENING
THE COVER OR PRESSING THE SAFETY INTERLOCK. AVOID
EXPOSURE TO THE LASER BEAM.
This symbol indicates the presence of dangerous
voltage inside the enclosure, sufficient enough to
cause electric shock.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
Do not open!
Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back). There
are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
This symbol indicates the presence of important
operating and maintenance instructions for the
device.
Safety, Environmental and Setup Instructions
•
Use the device in dry indoor environments only.
•
Protect the device from humidity.
•
Do not open the device. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Refer opening and servicing to qualified personnel.
•
Connect this device to a properly installed and earthed wall outlet only. Make sure the mains voltage corresponds with
the specifications on the rating plate.
•
Make sure the mains cable stays dry during operation. Do not pinch or damage the mains cable in any way.
•
A damaged mains cable or plug must immediately be replaced by an authorized service center.
•
In case of lightning, immediately disconnect the device from the mains supply.
•
Children should be supervised by parents when using the device.
•
Clean the device with a dry cloth only.
Do NOT use CLEANING AGENTS or ABRASIVE CLOTHS!
•
Do not expose the device to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
•
Install the device at a location with sufficient ventilation in order to prevent heat accumulation.
•
Do not cover the ventilation openings!
•
Install the device at a safe and vibration-free location.
•
Install the device as far away as possible from computers and microwave units; otherwise radio reception may be
disturbed.
•
Do not open or repair the enclosure. It is not safe to do so and will void your warranty. Repairs only by authorized
service/ customer center.
•
The device is equipped with a “Class 1 Laser”. Avoid exposure to the laser beam as this could cause eye injuries.
•
Only use mercury and cadmium-free batteries.
•
Used batteries are hazardous waste and NOT to be disposed of with the household waste!!! Return the batteries to your
dealer or to collection points in your community.
•
Keep batteries away from children. Children might swallow batteries. Contact a physician immediately if a battery was
swallowed.
•
Check your batteries regularly to avoid battery leakage.
Used batteries are hazardous waste and NOT to be disposed
of with the household waste! As a consumer you are legally
obligated to return all batteries for environmentally responsible
recycling – no matter whether or not the batteries contain harmful
substances*).
Return batteries free of charge to public collection points in your
community or to shops selling batteries of the respective kind.
Only return fully discharged batteries.
*) marked Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead
CONTROL ELEMENTS
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17
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15
3
14
13
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PRO
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REPE
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SKIP
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7
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11. REPEAT key
12. PROG. key
13. LED display
14. Power indicator
15. Left loudspeaker
16. Disc compartment
17. Disc compartment lid
18. Carrying handle
19. FM ST. • FM • AM
band switch
1. Telescopic antenna
2. Disc compartment lock OPEN/CLOSE
3. Frequency scale
4. FM ST. LED
5. Right loudspeaker
6. RAND key
7. SKIP+ key
8. STOP key
9. PLAY/PAUSE key
10. SKIP– key
20. OFF • RADIO • CD
function switch
21. MAX • MIN volume control
22. Power cable socket
220-240V~ 50Hz
23. Battery compartment
24. TUNING control
Accessories:
25. Power cable with plug
26. Connection plug
19
26
25
20
24
23
5
22
21
BEFORE FIRST USE
Unpacking the appliance
Remove all packaging.
Check for the presence of all parts and transport damage. In case of damage or incomplete
delivery, please contact your dealer ( Guarantee).
Please keep the packaging for storing the appliance when not in use for longer periods of time.
Place the appliance on a level, stable, clean and dry surface.
Open the disc compartment (16) and remove the transport protection.
Mains power operation
Make sure that the function switch (20) is set to OFF.
Remove the batteries from the battery compartment (23).
Plug the connection plug (26) into the appliance's power cable socket (22). Connect the power
plug (25) to a suitable wall outlet. Make sure that the voltage corresponds to the voltage of the
appliance. The appliance is now ready for use.
Battery operation
Disconnect the appliance from the wall outlet.
To operate the appliance with batteries, you need 6 x 1.5V batteries of type "C"/R14/LR14
(preferably alkaline batteries). The batteries are not included.
Open the battery compartment (23) underneath the appliance. Insert the batteries according to
the polarity markings in the battery compartment.
Use only high-quality batteries. Lower quality batteries can leak and cause damage to the
appliance. Do not use old and new batteries together. Close the battery compartment (23) after
the batteries have been inserted.
Note: Remove the batteries, if you do not use the appliance for an extended period of time.
Otherwise the appliance may be damaged by leaking batteries. If the power is low, replace the
batteries.
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Switching the appliance on and off
Set the function switch (20) to RADIO or CD to switch on the appliance.
The power indicator (14) lights up red.
To switch off the appliance, set the function switch (20) to OFF. Pull the plug (25) from the wall
outlet or remove the batteries from the battery compartment (23), if you will not use the appliance
for a longer period of time.
Volume
Adjust the volume using MAX • MIN (21):
Volume level
Setting
Mute sound
Turn control fully towards front (in MIN direction)
Increase volume
Turn control towards back (in MAX direction)
Decrease volume
Turn control towards front (in MIN direction)
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RADIO
Antenna
The appliance is equipped with a telescopic antenna (1)
for reception of the FM band. For best reception, pull the
telescopic antenna all out and turn it (ill. ).
The built-in ferrite antenna can be used for receiving the AM
band. For best reception, move the appliance around to find
the optimum position (ill. ).
Switching the radio on and off
Set the function switch (20) to RADIO to switch on the radio.
The power indicator (14) lights up red.
Set the function switch (20) to OFF to switch the radio off.
The power indicator (14) goes off.
Selecting a band
Set the desired band with the band switch (19):
Switch position
Band
FM ST.
FM Stereo
(Frequency modulation with stereo reception)
Note: FM ST. LED (4) lights when the stereo signal of a station is
received.
FM
FM
(Frequency modulation)
AM
AM
(Amplitude modulation)
Selecting a station
Set the desired station with TUNING (24).
Read the selected frequency position on the frequency scale (3).
CD OPERATION
This appliance supports the Audio CD format. Other formats are not supported by the appliance.
For CD-R discs the quality may be influenced by the quality of the burned disc.
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Inserting and removing a disc
Set the function switch (20) to CD. The power
indicator (14) lights up red.
flashes in the LED
display (13) for a short time. If no disc is inserted,
appears on the LED display (ill. ).
Open the disc compartment lid (17) with the disc compartment lock (2).
appears on the LED
display (13). Insert a disc with the cover facing up into the disc compartment (16).
Note: Flip the carrying handle (18) back, before opening the disc compartment lid (17).
Playing a disc
Close the disc compartment lid (17).
If a supported disc is inserted in the disc compartment (16)
the total number of tracks, e.g. , appears once the disc
has been loaded.
Press PLAY/PAUSE (9) to start playback. Playback starts
with the first track (ill. ).
Press PLAY/PAUSE (9) to pause playback. The title
number flashes (ill. ).
Press PLAY/PAUSE (9) again to resume playback.
Press STOP (8) to stop the playback. The total number of
tracks on the disc is displayed.
Searching a track
During playback press SKIP+ (7) to get to the beginning of the next track. For each press you will
skip one more track forwards.
During playback press SKIP– (10) to get to the beginning of the current track. For each press you
will skip one track backwards.
To find a particular position within a track, press and hold SKIP– (10) or SKIP+ (7). Release the
key, when you reach the desired position. Playback will now continue from this position.
In stop mode: You can also select a certain track in stop mode. Press SKIP– (10) or SKIP+ (7)
to select the desired track.
In stop mode you cannot select a certain position within a track.
Programming tracks
Up to 20 tracks can be programmed in any desired order.
In stop mode press PROG. (12). The first storage number
flashes on the LED display (13).
Press SKIP– (10) or SKIP+ (7) to select the desired track
(ill. ).
is displayed.
Press PROG. (12) again. The track is stored and the next storage number
Repeat these steps until all desired tracks have been programmed. When the memory is full, the
appliance will count up for 20 seconds and then load the program.
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Programmed playback
Press PLAY/PAUSE (9) to play the program. The keys PLAY/PAUSE (9), SKIP– (10) or
SKIP+ (7) have the same function in program mode as in playback mode. When pressing
SKIP– (10) or SKIP+ (7), only the programmed tracks but not the entire content of the disc will
be used.
Press STOP (8) to stop the program playback. The total
number of tracks on the disc, e.g. , is displayed. Press
PLAY/PAUSE (9) to play the program again.
The flashing dot indicates that the program has not been
deleted yet (ill. ).
Press STOP (8) twice to delete the program. The total number of tracks on the disc is shown. The
program is also deleted, if you open the disc compartment cover (17), set the function switch (20)
to OFF or RADIO, or disconnect the plug (25) from the wall outlet.
Repeating a track
The repeat function allows repeated playback of a track or the entire content of a disc. Press
REPEAT (11) to activate one of the following functions:
Key action
LED display
Function
1x
Repeat a track.
2x
Repeat the entire disc.
3x
Repeat off.
The repeat function can be combined with playing a program, or with random play.
Random play
The random play function allows playback of tracks in a random sequence.
Press RAND (6) to start random play. Stop random play by pressing RAND (6) again.
The random play function can be combined with the repeat function.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The appliance
cannot be switched
on.
The power cable (25) is not properly
connected.
Check that the power cable (25) is properly
connected.
The batteries are not correctly inserted or the
batteries are not charged.
Check that the batteries are properly
inserted or replace discharged batteries.
The volume is set too low.
Set the volume higher.
The inserted disc is dirty or scratched.
Clean the disc with a soft cloth or insert
another disc.
The FM antenna is covered.
Set up the antenna to improve reception.
The band switch (19) is not set to FM ST.
Set the band switch (19) to FM ST.
The band switch (19) is set to FM ST.
Set the band switch (19) to FM. to decrease
noise.
The inserted disc is dirty or scratched.
Clean the disc with a soft cloth or insert
another disc.
Playback in program mode.
Stop the program mode.
No sound or sound
interference.
Poor FM reception,
or no stereo.
Skipping of tracks
during playback.
CLEANING AND CARE
General
Disconnect the power plug (25) from the wall outlet prior to each cleaning.
Clean the casing with a slightly damp cloth.
Do not, under any circumstances, use chemicals, alcohol or other harsh agents to clean the casing.
Handling CD’s
A small amount of dust or scratches will usually not have an impact on the quality of a disc. The
discs should, however, be treated with care.
Protect your compact discs from dust and scratches.
Store your compact discs in their covers when not in use.
To maintain the original quality of sound, you should occasionally wipe your compact discs with a
soft cloth, from the centre to the edge (not with circular movements). Never use gasoline or other
solvents.
Only hold a compact disc by its edges!
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Audio-Compact Disc
Only use compact discs with this logo.
Notes:
Never place any foreign objects in the disc compartment (16) as this may destroy the mechanics.
Do not let the disc compartment lid (17) be open longer than necessary to avoid dirt.
Never touch the lens in the disc compartment (16).
If the compact disc is very dirty or has very clear fingerprints on it, it may not be possible to play it
(delayed playback, "jumping").
The information on the compact disc is read by a laser through an optical lens (do not touch). If
you take the appliance from a cold to a warm room, moisture may condense on the lens, and the
playback may be hampered. In this case leave the appliance for one hour at room temperature
before use. Take the disc out of the appliance. Should the problem persist, have the appliance
checked by qualified personnel.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply
Mains power operation:
Battery operation:
Power consumption: 220-240V~ 50Hz
9V
6 x 1.5V, battery type "C"/R14/LR14
10W
Loudspeakers – power:
Loudspeakers – impedance:
2 x 1W (RMS)
8Ω
Radio
Frequency range: Antennas: FM 88 - 108MHz
AM 540 -1600KHz
FM: Telescopic antenna
AM: Ferrite antenna
Laser class:
Class II
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Weight:
approx. 240 x 128x 232 mm
approx. 1.4kg
Subject to changes!
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