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BeoSound 1
Guide
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A movable music centre
Place your BeoSound 1 where you like.
The compact design enables you to
bring it with you anywhere.
BeoSound 1 gives you an excellent
sound experience no matter how near
or far you are from the speakers. The
sound is optimised and no additional
settings are required.
Connect BeoSound 1 to the mains and
press a button to listen to sound of
your choice – it’s as simple as that.
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Before you start…
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Placement
Connections
Maintenance
AUX
(A)
Allow enough space above the BeoSound 1 to
enable the built-in aerial to extend and the CD
compartment to raise.
The socket panel is located underneath the
BeoSound 1. The socket panel contains mains,
aerial and AUX sockets.
Do not use alcohol or other solvents to clean any
part of the BeoSound 1. We do not recommend
using special cleaning CDs in the BeoSound 1.
Make sure that the BeoSound 1 is always
placed on a firm, stable surface.
The BeoSound 1 is designed for indoor use in
dry, domestic environments only, and for use
within a temperature range of 10–40°C
(50–105°F).
Auxiliary equipment…
Use the AUX socket to connect auxiliary
equipment, e.g. an audio tape recorder or a
mini disc player. Please consult a Bang &
Olufsen retailer for details.
If a recorder is connected to your BeoSound 1,
you can make recordings from the radio and
CD player. Please refer to the user’s guide
supplied with the recorder.
However, if you operate the BeoSound 1
while such a recording is in progress, the
recording will be disrupted.
Before you clean the BeoSound 1, we
recommend that you disconnect it from the
mains to prevent inadvertent operation.
If you connect external sources to the
BeoSound 1, do not switch on the mains until
you have made all connections.
The AUX socket is activated by pressing both
CD
simultaneously.
External aerial…
If you wish to connect an external aerial to
BeoSound 1, move the built-in aerial plug to
the position marked (A), and connect the
external one to the socket instead.
Clean dusty surfaces using a dry, soft cloth.
If necessary remove grease stains or persistent
dirt with a lint-free, firmly wrung cloth,
dipped in a solution of water containing only
a few drops of mild detergent, such as
washing–up liquid.
The front may also be cleaned with a soft
brush mounted on a vacuum cleaner set to
the lowest level.
Contents of the Guide
Key to using this guide
Use this Key to identify what a button or
a display looks like in an instruction
sequence.
BeoSound 1
6 Buttons on the close-up operation panel
Basic daily operations
RADIO
Buttons on the BeoSound 1
∨ VOLUME ∧ close-up operation panel or
STOP
on the Beo4 remote control
Pr 4
Display on BeoSound 1
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8
9
9
9
Switch on the radio
Switch on the CD player
Adjust volume
What you see in the display
Changing the display mode or light
Making the radio stop at a specific
time
10 Setting a Stop Timer
Set the time
11 Set the time for the built-in clock
Making the radio or CD player start
at a specific time
12 Setting a Wake-up Timer
Playing favourite CD tracks only
14 Choose tracks to listen to
Tuning in radio stations
16 Automatic tuning
17 Manual tuning
17 Delete a radio station
Remote control operation
18 Operating BeoSound 1 with Beo4
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Use the PIN code system
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20
21
21
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Enter a PIN code
Switch on the PIN code
Change the PIN code
Switch off the PIN code
Using a Master code
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Your key to using BeoSound 1
Operation is easy. The buttons essential to
daily operation are on the right-hand side,
while those on the left-hand side have
secondary functions.
AERIAL is used to extend and retract the built-in aerial
AERIAL
DELETE is used to delete station settings and to omit
CD tracks from playback
DELETE
STORE is used to store radio stations, volume level,
clock and Wake-up Timer
STORE
ss and tt are used for searching through a CD,
for tuning in radio stations and for programming the
clock and setting a Wake-up Timer
tt
ss
STOP is used to pause and stop the CD player, for
programming Stop Timers and tuning in radio
stations
STOP
LOAD is used to open and close the CD compartment
LOAD
CD
RADIO
∨ VOLUME ∧
STAND BY
Just press a single button to listen to sound of
your choice. The display will show your choice.
Is used to switch on the CD player. and steps
backwards and forwards through tracks. Pressing
both buttons at the same time activates the AUX
socket
Is used to switch on the radio. and steps
backwards and forwards through radio stations
Is used to adjust volume. ∨ and ∧ turns the
volume down and up.
Press simultaneously to mute the speakers.
Press one of the buttons to recall sound
Switches BeoSound 1 to standby
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BeoSound 1 presents essential audio
sources in a compact and easily
operated way.
The compact design and the built-in
handle lets you to take the music
with you.
The radio finds the first available
station the first time you press the
RADIO button. Press AERIAL to
extend or retract the built-in aerial.
You can also push the aerial down
manually.
If no CD is loaded when you press
CD, the CD compartment raises
automatically, ready to be loaded
with your favourite CD.
All buttons are located at the back of the
operation panel.
The CD compartment is located behind the
operation panel.
• Press LOAD to raise the CD compartment.
• When the CD compartment is raised, slip the
CD into the slot provided.
Always load the CD with the CD label facing
you.
• Press LOAD again to lower the compartment or
just press CD to play your CD.
Remove the cover at the back of BeoSound 1 and
connect the headphones to the socket.
The speakers will be muted when headphones are
connected.
Just use the handle when moving BeoSound 1.
Daily operation of radio and CD player
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To listen to the radio, just press one
of the radio buttons, the radio will
start playing on the radio station you
last listened to.
You extend the built-in aerial by
pressing the AERIAL button. You can
store up to 59 different radio stations
in your BeoSound 1 (see page 12). To
step between stored radio stations,
the program number or frequency
must be shown in the display.
If no CD is loaded when you press
one of the CD buttons, the CD
compartment raises, ready for you to
load a CD. When the CD has
stopped playing and no commands
have been received for 30 minutes,
BeoSound 1 switches to standby.
You can adjust and store the volume
level at any time.
The display will keep you informed of
what you have chosen and you can
set the display light to the level
suitable for you. Also, choose the
display mode you prefer for radio
stations; program number or
frequency.
Switch on the radio
Switch on the CD player
When you press RADIO before any radio
stations have been stored, the radio will find
the first available station.
When you search through a CD, searching will
continue as long as you keep the button
pressed down. The CD resumes playing, when
the button is released.
RADIO
Pr 12
Press RADIO to switch on the
radio
The program number or
frequency is shown in the
display
CD
Cd 1
CD
RADIO
STAND BY
AERIAL
Press to step down and to
step up through the stored
stations. Keep the button
pressed down to ‘search’
through stored stations
Press to switch BeoSound 1 to
standby
Press AERIAL to extend or
retract the built-in aerial
Note: When the program number is shown, press
ss or tt to check the frequency for the current
radio program number.
Press CD to switch on the CD
player
The track number is shown in
the display
Press to step to the previous
track. Press to step to the
next track
ss
Press ss to search backwards
through the CD
tt
Press tt to search forwards
through the CD
STOP
Press STOP to pause the CD
STOP
Press STOP again to resume
playback
LOAD
Press LOAD to open or close the
CD compartment
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Adjust volume
Reading the display
Changing the display
You can turn the volume up and down at any
time. If you store a volume level, the
BeoSound 1 starts at this level next time it is
switched on. The maximum volume level is 72,
but the maximum level that can be stored is 60.
The luminous display will keep you informed
of the source you have chosen, and what the
system is doing.
Change the display mode or light, three
different light settings are available.
BeoSound 1 remembers ypur mode or light
setting until you change it again.
∨ VOLUME ∧ Press ∨ to turn the volume
down
Press ∧ to turn the volume up
32
STORE
Pr13
88.9
88.9 indicates the radio
frequency
Cd 1
Cd 1 indicates that track number one on the CD is playing
Cd- -
Cd-- indicates that the CD is
paused
2.33
2.33 indicates the time when
searching through a CD
The volume level is shown in
the display
Press STORE twice to store the
volume level shown in the
display
∨ VOLUME ∧ Press both ∧ and ∨ simultaneously to mute the speakers.
Press one of the buttons to
recall the sound
Pr13 indicates the present radio
program
32
32 indicates the volume
––
– – indicates that the speakers
are muted
45
45 indicates the number of
minutes for a Stop Timer
20.15
20.15 indicates the time
AU
AU indicates that a the AUX
socket is activated
Pin
Pin indicates the PIN code
system
•
BeoSound 1 is in standby
Change the display mode…
RADIO
Press and at the same time to
change from program number
to frequency
RADIO
To change back to program
number, pres and again at
the same time
Change the display light…
STORE
Keep the STORE button pressed
down
∨ VOLUME ∧ Press ∨ to dim the display light
and press ∧ to brighten the
display light
Make BeoSound 1 stop at a specific time
10
You can decide in advance how long
you want to listen to the radio.
BeoSound 1 can switch automatically
to standby when you are done.
You set the number of minutes – 15,
30, 45, 60, 90, 120 or 00 – that you
would like the radio to play before it
switches to standby.
Make a Stop Timer
You can set how long the radio is to play
before it switches to standby. The BeoSound 1
can of course be switched to standby before
this Stop Timer is carried out.
RADIO
Press RADIO to switch on the
radio
STOP
Press STOP to set a Stop Timer
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The number of minutes before
the radio will switch to standby
is shown in the display
STOP
Press STOP again to change the
number of minutes
The number of minutes is
shown in the display
30
Wait 5 seconds with the time
shown in the display, then the
Stop Timer is stored
Note: The Stop Timer can be cancelled by pressing
CD or STANDBY before the Stop Timer settings are
stored. Also choosing 00 is the same as cancelling
the Stop Timer.
NOTE: The Stop Timer function can only be used
if at least one radio station is stored.
Set the right time
The BeoSound 1 has a built-in 24
hour clock. You must set the clock
yourself.
If you want to make use of the
Wake-up Timer function described
on the next page, you must first
make sure that the built-in clock in
the BeoSound 1 has been set
correctly. If BeoSound 1 has been
disconnected from the mains for
approximately 30 minutes, the clock
must be set again.
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Set the built-in clock
See the stored time
You must set the built-in clock manually while
BeoSound 1 is in standby.
The stored time can be shown briefly in the
display.
tt
ss
20.00
While BeoSound 1 is in standby,
press ss and tt simultaneously
and hold until the time is shown
in the display. Both the digits
and the dot are blinking
ss
tt
14.25
STANDBY
14.25
If no time is set, the display will
show lines instead of digits
--,--
ss
tt
14.25
STORE
15.00
Press ss or tt to find the correct
time. Holding down ss or tt will
accelerate the change in
numbers
Press STORE to store the correct
time. The time is briefly shown
in the display
Press both ss and tt shortly. The
time is shown briefly in the
display, the dot is blinking
While BeoSound 1 is in standby,
press the STANDBY button to
see the time in the display
NOTE! Pressing the red button on the Beo4
remote control will show the time in the display
Wake-up Timer
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You can make BeoSound 1 wake you
up in the morning.
Enter a Wake-up Timer
Using Beo4
The Wake-up Timer is a once-only
Timer. Like an alarm clock it is
deleted once it has been executed.
When you choose radio as your source, the
radio will start playing on the station you last
listened to. If you choose CD as your source,
make sure that a CD is loaded. If you do not
choose a source, the radio will be used for
your Wake-up Timer.
You can also use the Beo4 remote control to
enter a Wake-up Timer.
While the Timer is executed, the time
is shown in the display, when you
operate or switch off your
BeoSound 1, the display returns to
the mode you have chosen.
Once you have made one Wake-up
Timer, BeoSound 1 automatically
suggests the time you entered for
the latest Wake-up Timer in the
display when you enter a new one.
Wake-up Timers can of course also
be deleted again.
ss
tt
6.25
tt
ss
7.10
RADIO
Pr
STORE
7.10
NOTE! If the clock has not been set, or
BeoSound 1 has been disconnected from the
mains for approx. 30 minutes, it is not possible to
set a Wake-up Timer. The clock must be set first,
refer to the previous page.
While BeoSound 1 is in standby,
press and hold ss or tt until the
time for the latest Wake-up
Timer is shown in the display,
the digits are blinking
MENU
Press ss or tt to find the time
you want the BeoSound 1 to
start playing. Holding down ss
or tt will accelerate the change
in numbers
1–9
Press the button of the source
you want to use for your
Wake-up Timer; RADIO or CD.
Pr or Cd is shown in the display
Press STORE to store the time
you want. The time for the
Wake-up Timer is briefly shown
in the display
6.25
7.10
RADIO
Pr
GO
7.10
While BeoSound 1 is in standby,
press the MENU button on
Beo4. The time for the latest
Wake-up Timer is shown in the
display, the digits are blinking
Key in the time you want
BeoSound 1 to start playing
Press the button of the source
you want to use for your
Wake-up Timer, RADIO or CD.
Pr or Cd is shown in the display
Press GO to store your Wake-up
Timer. The Wake-up time is
shown briefly in the display
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Check or delete a Wake-up Timer
You can call up the settings for the Wake-up
Timer in the display to check the time or to
delete the Wake-up Timer.
ss
tt
7.10
STORE
7.10
DELETE
-,--
While BeoSound 1 is in standby,
press and hold ss or tt until the
time for the Wake-up Timer is
shown in the display, the digits
are blinking
Press STORE to confirm your
Wake-up Timer, or…
press DELETE to delete the
Wake-up Timer. -,-- is shown in
the display
Play favourite CD tracks only
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If you only like some tracks on a CD,
you can set BeoSound 1 to ignore
the ones you do not like.
You make this selection by “deleting”
the tracks you do not want to listen
to. The CD player remembers your
selection as long as you leave the CD
in the CD compartment. Once the
CD compartment has been opened, it
is again possible to listen to all the
tracks on the CD.
Omit tracks from playback
When you ‘delete’ a track on a CD, the next
track starts playing.
CD
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Cd 1
DELETE
CD
Press CD to switch on the CD
player
The track number is shown in
the display
Press DELETE to ‘delete’ the
track you are listening to
Press to step to the next, and
to step to the previous track,
and continue ‘delete’ the tracks
you do not want to listen to
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Tune in radio stations
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You can let the radio find the
available radio stations for you,
and then store them on a program
number of your own choice.
You can also tune the radio manually
and find specific stations yourself.
Search tuning
Manual tuning
During search tuning all available stations
producing an acceptable signal are found.
However, this may include empty channels
which should not be stored.
When search tuning does not produce a
specific radio station, you can perform manual
tuning to store the specific station.
To tune in stations, the frequency
must be shown in the display.
RADIO
Any stored radio station can be
deleted again.
ss
tt
Press RADIO to switch on the
radio
RADIO
Press ss or tt to see the
frequency in the display
ss
92.3
ss
tt
92.8
STORE
Pr12
ss
tt
STORE
ss
tt
Press ss or tt to see the frequency in the display
92.3
Press ss or tt again to start the
search tuning function
During tuning, the frequency is
shown in the display
Press STORE when the requested
station is found
The first available program
number will blink in the display
Press STORE to store the station
on the displayed program
number
Press ss or tt twice to resume
search tuning and repeat the
procedure when the station you
want is found
tt
ss
92.8
STOP
tt
ss
Press ss or tt to change the
program number, if you like
Note: If you do not wish to store a found station,
you resume search tuning by pressing ss or tt.
NOTE! When performing search tuning in areas
with many empty channels in the frequency
band, it might be an advantage not to extend
the built-in aerial, BeoSound 1 will then skip
most empty or weak channels.
tt
Press RADIO to switch on the
radio
92.9
STORE
Pr 4
ss
tt
STORE
Press again to start the search
tuning function
During tuning, the frequency is
shown in the display
Press STOP during search tuning
to perform manual tuning
Keep ss or tt pressed down to
tune up or down the frequency
band
The frequency is shown in the
display and the last digit is
blinking
Press STORE when the requested
station is found
The first available program
number is displayed
Press ss or tt to change the
program number, if you like
Press STORE to store the radio
station on the displayed
program number
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Delete radio stations
You can delete the stored radio stations any
time.
RADIO
Press RADIO to switch on the
radio
RADIO
Press or to find the
requested radio station
DELETE
Press DELETE twice to delete the
radio station playing. The display will blink and the radio will
switch to the next program
number
Beo4 remote control
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Although designed primarily for
close-up operation, the BeoSound 1
can also be operated from a
distance. The Beo4 remote control
operates all the primary functions in
your BeoSound 1.
With Beo4, you can switch on or off,
select radio programs or CD tracks
and adjust sound.
If your BeoSound 1 is used together
with other Bang & Olufsen products,
please turn to the User’s guides
delivered with these products for
further explanation on their
operation.
TV
LIGHT
RADIO
SAT
DVD
V TAPE
RADIO
Press RADIO to switch on the radio
CD
CD
Press CD to switch on the CD player
RECORD
A TAPE
A TAPE
7
8
9
4
5
6
MENU
1
2
3
▲
0–9
0
MENU
tt
ss
STOP
GO
GO
Use the number buttons to key in the exact radio
program number or CD track number
Press to program a Wake-up Timer
Press to step through your radio programs, or
tracks on a CD
▼
TEXT
Press A TAPE to activate any extra equipment
connected to the AUX socket
Press and hold down to search through a CD
Press STOP to pause playback any time
Press GO to resume playback of a CD or store a
Wake-up Timer
Press the red button to see the time in the
BeoSound 1 display
LIST
Press the green button to extend or retract the
built-in aerial
EXIT
Press the yellow button to open or close the CD
compartment
STOP
∧
∨
Press to raise or lower volume
Press in the middle to mute sound
•
Press to switch the BeoSound 1 to standby
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Use the PIN code system
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It is your own choice whether or not
to activate the PIN code system.
However, if you choose to activate
the system, your BeoSound 1 is
protected against theft with a fourdigit PIN code.
The use of a PIN code means that if
your BeoSound 1 is disconnected
from the mains for more than 30
minutes, the system can only be
activated again by keying in your
own personal PIN code.
If the PIN code is not entered, the
BeoSound 1 automatically switches
to standby after 3 minutes.
Enter the PIN code
Activate the PIN code system
If the PIN code system is activated and your
BeoSound 1 is disconnected from the mains,
you are requested to key in the four-digit PIN
code when the system is first switched on.
The PIN code system is easily activated, and
you choose the four-digit code yourself.
Pin
oooo
ss
The cue Pin is displayed shortly.
The display changes to four
squares
STOP
tt
ss
Press
ss
or tt to reveal digits
Pin
___
3
If a wrong PIN code is entered, you
get five attempts to key in the code,
after which the system is switched
off and cannot be switched on for 3
hours.
STORE
Should you forget your PIN code,
please contact a retailer who can
assist you in receiving a Master code
from Bang & Olufsen. You need the
Master code to reactivate your
BeoSound 1.
STORE
o
___
The squares change to underscores and the first digit is
shown in the display
Press STORE to store the
displayed digit and proceed to
the next
The digit is replaced by a square
and the next underscore will
blink
____
ss
3
Pr 8
Press STORE when the last digit
is displayed
BeoSound 1 switches on to the
last used source. If radio was
used last, the program number
is shown in the display
NOTE: If you accidentally store a wrong digit,
pressing STOP will delete all digits again, and you
can enter new ones.
tt
___
STORE
o
NOTE: If a wrong code is entered the second
time, the cue Err appears in the display, and you
must enter and confirm the code again.
Press twice when the set is in
standby
ss
___
STORE
____
Press STOP to key in a four-digit
PIN code of your own choice
Pin appears briefly, and then
four underscores appear
Press ss or tt repeatedly to
reveal digits
The digits are shown in the
display
Press STORE to accept the
displayed digit and proceed to
the next
The digit is replaced by a square
and the next underscore will
blink
Press STORE when the last digit
is displayed
The display returns to four
underscores and you must
confirm the PIN code by
entering it again
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Change your PIN code
Deactivate the PIN code system
If you have forgotten your PIN code
You can change your PIN code at any time.
However, for security reasons it is only possible
to change the PIN code five times within a
period of 3 hours. You must enter your current
PIN code before changing the code.
You can deactivate the PIN code system at any
time. All you need to do is enter your PIN
code first and then you can deactivate the
system.
If you have forgotten your PIN code, you must
contact a retailer who then requests a fivedigit Master code from Bang & Olufsen. Once
you have keyed in this code, your BeoSound 1
is operational again and the PIN code system
is deactivated.
ss
ss
STOP
Pin
oooo
tt
ss
3
___
STORE
o
___
Press twice when the set is in
standby
ss
Press STOP to key in the fourdigit PIN code
Pin appears briefly, and then
four squares appear
STOP
Press twice when the set is in
standby
ss
Pin
oooo
tt
Press ss or tt repeatedly to
reveal digits
The squares changes to underscores and the first digit is
shown in the display
ss
Press STORE to accept the
displayed digit and proceed to
the next
The digit is replaced by a square
and the next underscore will
blink
STORE
Press STORE when the last digit
is entered
Pin appears briefly, then the
display returns to four underscores and you must enter a
new PIN code and confirm it
STORE
3
o
___
___
Press STOP to key in the fourdigit PIN code
Pin appears briefly, and then
four squares appear
Press ss or tt repeatedly to
reveal digits
The squares changes to underscores and the first digit is
shown in the display
Press STORE to accept the
displayed digit and proceed to
the next
The digit is replaced by a square
and the next underscore will
blink
Pin
oooo
ss
9
___
====
tt
ss
3===
STORE
o===
STORE
Pin
____
Pin
____
Press STORE when the last digit
is entered
Pin appears briefly, then the
display returns to four underscores
STORE
=
DELETE
dEL
STORE
Press DELETE to deactivate the
PIN code system
DEL appears in the display
Press STORE to deactivate the
PIN code system
STORE
dEL
The cue Pin is displayed shortly
The display changes to four
squares
Press for 3 seconds to open for
Master code input
The squares changes to underscores and the first digit is
shown in the display
Then the display changes to two
rows of lines
Press ss or tt repeatedly to
reveal digits
The first digit is shown in the
display
Press STORE to accept the
displayed digit and proceed to
the next
The digit is replaced by a square
and the next underscore will
blink
Press STORE to accept the
fourth digit when it is displayed
The display changes and a fifth
digit can be entered
Enter the fifth digit and press
STORE
DEL appears in the display
indicating that the PIN code
system is deactivated
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For your information…
Your needs as a user are given careful
consideration during the design and development process of a Bang & Olufsen product
and we strive to make our products easy and
comfortable to operate.
Therefore, we hope that you will take the
time to tell us about your experiences with
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you consider important – positive or negative
– may help us in our efforts to refine our
products.
Thank you!
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Customer Service
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DK–7600 Struer
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Customer Service
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
– Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected
– Consult the retailer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help
This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
This product fulfils the conditions stated in the
EEU directives 89/336 and 73/23.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
The black and yellow label on the compact disc
player serves as a warning that the apparatus
contains a laser system and is classified as a class 1
laser product. In case any difficulties arise with the
compact disc player, please contact a Bang &
Olufsen retailer. The apparatus must be opened by
qualified service personnel only.
CAUTION: The use of any controls, adjustments or
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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