WITH TWIN CD PLAYER & RECORDER,
3-SPEED TURNTABLE, RADIO,
CASSETTE AND AUX-IN PLAYBACK
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
4. FM Stereo LED Indicator
5. Power LED Indicator
6. Band Selector Switch
9. CD I – CD Door Open Button
10. CD I – CD Play/Pause Button
11. CD I – CD Stop Button
12. CD I – CD Skip Up
13. CD I – Program Button
14. CD I – Repeat Play Button
15. CD I – CD Door
16. Tape Function Button
17. Phono Function Button
18. Volume Up “ + “/Down “ – “Buttons
19. CD I/Aux Function Button
20. CDII Function Button
21. Tuning Knob
23. CDII – CD Door Open Button
24. CDII – CD Play/Pause Button
25. CDII – CD Door
26. X-BASS On/Off Button
27. CDII – CD Stop Button
28. 3.5mm dia. Headphone Jack
29. 3.5mm dia. Aux-In Jack
30. CDII – CD Skip Up
31. Record Button
32. Erase Button
33. LED Dial Pointer
34. Tape Forward / Eject Button
35. Cassette Door Cover
36. 45rpm Spindle Adaptor
37. Turntable Speed Selector
38. Tone Arm Rest
39. FM Wire Antenna
40. Speaker Terminals (Right + Left)
41. Line Out Socket
42. Auto Stop Switch
43. AC Cord
44. Subwoofer Socket
USAGE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED
HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. THEREFORE, THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED
OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
• Unpack all parts and remove any protective packing materials. Please keep all packaging until you have fully checked all parts of the unit are working correctly and for future use in case the unit needs servicing.
• Ensure the Remote Control has been taken out of the packaging before storing the box away.
• This unit is operated by 230V/50Hz AC mains only. Do not connect the unit to the mains before checking the mains voltage is correct for the unit and before all other connections have been made.
• When positioning the unit, never cover any vents and make sure that there is a space of several centimeters around the unit for ventilation.
1. Connect the speaker wires to the speaker terminals (R + L) (40) located on the rear of the unit. Push the right red socket switch upwards to expose the hole in which to insert the red speaker cable
– insert the wire and release the switch. Push down the right black socket switch and insert the black cable wire. Repeat this process for the other speaker, ensuring only the metal part of the wire is inserted.
2. Connect the power cord (43) to an 230V AC Mains outlet.
Switch the OFF/ON/RADIO selector (7) to the Radio position, if the red power LED indicator (5) lights up and sound is coming out from the speakers, this indicates the unit is correctly connected to the power supply. Your system is now ready to play your music
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
1. Select the desired band by switching the BAND selector (6) to the band required. If FM is selected, the red
FM-stereo LED indicator (4) will light up.
2. Tune into the required station by turning the TUNING knob (21) - the yellow LED Dial Pointer light (33) on the
Radio Dial Scale will indicate the station reached.
3. Adjust the volume by pressing the VOLUME up “ + “ / “ - “ down buttons (18) until the desired sound level has been reached.
FM & FM-STEREO RECEPTION
z Set the BAND selector (6) to “ FM ” position. Programmes are received in Mono sound. When a Stereo signal is particularly weak, it is preferable to receive the broadcast in Mono. z Set the BAND selector (6) to the “ FM-ST. ” position to receive programmes broadcast in Stereo. The red
FM-stereo LED indicator (4) will light up to show when an FM Stereo programme is received.
HINTS FOR BEST RECEPTION:
- AM (= MW):
The receiver has a built-in AM bar antenna. If AM reception is weak, slightly rotating or re-positioning of the unit will usually improve AM (Medium Wave) reception.
The receiver has a built-in FM wire antenna (39) hanging at the rear of the cabinet. This wire should be totally unravelled and extended for best reception.
- Remove the stylus protector.
Ensure that the Clip securing the tone arm to the arm rest has been lifted off before operating and re-secured again afterwards.
1. Select the turntable function by pressing the “ PHONO “ function button (17). First “bUSY” then PHONO will show on the display.
2. Set the 33/45/78rpm Speed Selector (37) to the correct position for the record to be played.
3. Place a record on the turntable platter (use the 45rpm spindle adaptor (36) if necessary).
4. Lift the Tone Arm from the Arm Rest and move it slowly towards the record - the turntable will start rotating.
5. Then gently lower the Tone Arm onto the edge of the record - the record will start playing.
6. Adjust the volume to the desired level by pressing the VOLUME UP-DOWN buttons (18).
7. When the record has stopped playing, the turntable will automatically stop rotating
(unless the Auto-Stop switch has been switched to “Off” – see next section).
8. Lift the Tone Arm from the record and return it to the arm rest (38) by hand.
TURNTABLE AUTO-STOP FUNCTION
Some longer vinyl records will stop playing before the last track has finished, because the auto-stop area is set outside the unit’s pre-set area. If that is the case, move the AUTO-STOP Switch (42) to the “OFF“ position, the tone arm will then carry on to the end of the record. However, the turntable will continue rotating and will not stop automatically. To stop the turntable rotating, turn the unit off or switch the AUTO-STOP switch back to “ON“. Then return the Tone Arm to its rest (38). Note: with the Auto-Stop switch set at the “OFF” position, the turntable will start rotating as soon as Phono function (17) is selected.
When the stylus eventually needs replacing, a universal sapphire needle or stylus (suitable for 45/33/78rpm records) is available for purchase direct from the manufacturer. Please contact your supplier or Steepletone Products direct for information on how to purchase one.
REPLACING THE STYLUS
(1) To remove the Stylus from the Tone Arm, hold the Tone Arm Head steady, while grabbing the red plastic stylus holder with two fingers - then gently pull the complete red stylus holder towards you and down, as shown in the diagram below .
(2) To fit another Stylus, hold the sides of the red plastic stylus holder, ensuring the needle is facing downwards.
Gently push the back of the stylus holder against the black cartridge at the end of the tone arm and clip it upwards, until you are sure it is securely fitted. Refit the protective needle cover, if so required.
(3) To remove the whole Stylus assembly from the Tone Arm, hold the Tone Arm Head steady, lift up the black tab above the stylus holder .
1 . (1) whilst grabbing the red plastic stylus holder with two fingers - then gently pull the complete red stylus holder and tone arm cartridge downwards, as shown in the diagram below .
(4) To remove the whole Stylus/pick-up assembly, use small pliers to carefully disconnect the wires .
2 ., then change to another stylus cartridge and connect the wires to the new stylus again with the pliers. (Do not pull the pick-up wires directly as this may cause damage to the wires). Refit as in Diagram .
3 . (1) (2).
NOTE: Always handle the stylus with care as the sapphire needle tip is easily damaged. When transporting the turntable it is advisable to refit the protective needle cover until the unit is going to be used again. When removing or re-fitting the stylus, always be careful not to put too much pressure on the stylus holder and the tone arm cartridge, to avoid causing any possible damage to them.
LISTENING TO CASSETTE TAPE
Press the “ TAPE ” Function button (16) to activate the Tape/Cassette Mode:
Cassette Playback The system will start playback automatically after inserting a pre-recorded cassette tape.
Stop and Ejection Press the “ Tape Forward / Eject “ button (34) completely inwards - the cassette tape will be ejected though the Cassette Door Cover (35).
The “ Tape Forward / Eject “ button (34) will stay at the lowest height position.
Fast forward Press the “ Tape Forward / Eject “ button halfway in during Playback Mode - the tape will wind in a forward direction. The “ Tape Forward / Eject “ button will stay at mid-height position.
Slightly press the “ Tape Forward / Eject “ button in again to resume normal playback - the
“ Tape Forward / Eject “ button will resume the highest position
- Make sure the direction is correct when inserting a tape into the cassette slot – see line drawing.
- Some searching noise will be heard, this is quite normal.
- The system cannot perform the normal playback function during Fast Forward mode.
It is strongly recommended the cassette tape is removed from the Cassette Player slot after each use - don’t leave the cassette tape inside the system when you do not intend to play it
Two common causes of trouble experienced when using cassettes are:
1. Tape jamming, leading to uneven speed during playback.
2. Tape entangling, when the tape wraps itself around vital parts of the mechanism.
To avoid these problems occurring, take the following precautions: a) Check that there are no loose layers of tape visible through the cassette centre window
(see fig. 1). b) Take up any loose layers, using a pencil or hexagonally barrelled ballpoint pen, before inserting the cassette (see fig. 2).
NOTES: If the cassette feels tight whilst performing this operation (see fig. 2), the tape may be jamming due to ridges formed in the winding of the tape (visible through the centre window). In most cases, these may be removed by fast rewinding of the cassette from one end to the other, turning it over and repeating this action again.
Do not expose cassettes to direct sunlight, dust or oil, and do not touch the tape surfaces.
PLAYING A COMPACT DISC IN THE CD
The system has two CD Decks, CD
for playback and CD
for recording - CD
function is described below: z GETTING STARTED
1. Slide the OFF/ON/RADIO switch (7) to the ON position, the display will show “PLS SELECT FUNCTION “.
/AUX function button (19) to select “CD
/AUX “ Mode. The display will show “ bUSY “ for several seconds and then display “ CD 1/AUX ” and two dashes “ - - “.
3. Press the “Open/Close” button (9) to open the CD
4. Place a pre-recorded CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray & then close the CD
5. After the unit has read the disc, the LCD display (2) will show the total number of tracks on the CD. z PLAY / PAUSE MODE
1. Press the Play/Pause button (10) while in Stop Mode, the first track will be played.
2. Press the Play/Pause button during playback - the music will pause temporarily and the play indicator “ ” will start flashing on the LCD display (2). Press (10) again to resume normal playback. z STOP MODE
1. If the Stop button (11) is pressed during Play or Pause Mode, the music will stop playing and the total number of tracks on the CD will show on the LCD display (2). z SKIP MODE (SKIP UP
/SKIP DOWN )
1. During play or pause Mode, press the CD
Skip Up button (12) to go to the next track - the track number will be displayed and the music will either continue playing or remain in pause Mode.
2. During play or pause Mode, press the CD I Skip Down button (12) to go back to the start of the track, the same track number is displayed and the music will either continue playing or remain in pause Mode.
3. After step 2, press the CD
Skip Down button again if you wish to skip to the previous track, and continue playing the music or remain in pause Mode. z REPEAT PLAY MODE FOR CD
Press the CD
REPEAT Play button (14) (or 17 on the RC) before or during playback, a single track or all the tracks on the CD can be played in different Modes, as follows
(1) REPEAT 1 TRACK (2) REPEAT ALL TRACKS (3) OFF MODE
PLAY MODE ON LCD DISPLAY
REPEAT 1 TRACK
z RANDOM PLAY MODE (BY REMOTE CONTROL)
Pressing the RANDOM button on the remote control (17) will activate the Shuffle Play function and the Random indicator “ RAN “ will show on the LCD Display.
Press the CD I Play button (10 or 17 on the RC) to start playing the CD tracks in any order.
CD DISC PROGRAMMING IN CD I
Up to 20 tracks on a CD can be programmed to play in any order. Before programming, make sure the system is in
Stop Mode, i.e. the CD is not playing:
/AUX “ function but stop CD
2. Press the “CD
Program” button (13), “ MEM “ will flash on the LCD display (2).
3. Select a desired track by pressing the Skip or buttons (12).
4. Press the “ CD
Program ” button (13) again to store the track into memory.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter any additional tracks into memory.
6. When all the desired tracks have been programmed, press the CD
I “ Play/Pause
” button (10) to play the disc in the designated order.
7. To cancel the programmed files, press the “ Stop ” button above CD I once, until the program indicator
“ MEM“ has disappeared from the display. Please note a programmed disc can only be played once.
If you wish to change to a different disc, always press the CD
I “ Stop ” button (11) first until the original information shows on the Display. Then press the “ CD
I Door Open ” button (9) to remove the disc and change to another one. Close the drawer.
- Before opening the CD doors of either CD
I or CD means all programming has been cancelled.
Mode, ensure the system stays in CD “ Stop “ Mode, which
- You must close the CD door of either CD
I or CD
before switching to any other function.
- The reaction time of the functions of the CD
II burner is longer than that of the normal CD
I player due to the complexity of the system. Do not repeatedly press all the different function buttons one after another and within
- a short time, as this may cause the system to malfunction. If this happens, please reset the system by switching the unit off for a while and then re-starting it.
The reading and playback time of a CD-R(W) disc varies from brand to brand. It depends on the compatibility of the disc used.
RECORDING FUNCTION OF CD
The main function of CD
II is for recording from Phono, Tape or CD I/AUX. All the recorded tracks will be stored in
“ AUDIO-CD “ format. Before starting recording: the
II function button (20).
“S“ (23) above CD
, “OPEN” will show on the display.
P lace a new blank CD-R or CD-RW disc (see Specifications for recommended brands of recordable CD) in the
II tray, with the printed side facing up, and close the drawer.
4. The CD Burner will start reading the disc and then show “bUSY”, “ 000 00:00” and “NO TOC”, to show a recordable blank disc is in the drawer. It will also show either “CD-R” or “CD-RW”, depending on which type of disc is being used.
• You can only record onto a disc if the LCD display shows the “NO TOC” indicator (“no table of contents”).
• A CD-R disc can be recorded on only once and cannot be erased (un-finalized) or re-recorded onto - this can only be done on a CD-RW (re-writable) disc.
• The playback quality of either CD-R or CD-RW discs varies when played back on other Audio CD Players.
• It is not guaranteed all discs recorded on this system will play back on all other Audio CD Players.
• The revolving speed of the CD II CD burner is higher than the normal CD I Player mechanism. Thus, some
mechanical noise or vibration of the unit cabinet may occur during operation. This is not a malfunction
of the system.
• Due to variances in the quality and compatibility of CD-R(W) discs that are on general sale, please change to another brand (see Specifications) if you cannot record onto the one you are using, or if the performance is not consistent.
A) RECORDING MODE
) CD RECORDING i)
/Aux function button (19) to select the “ CD
/Aux “ Mode. Open the drawer as described previously and place the pre-recorded CD inside the CD
tray (15) - remain in Stop Mode, i.e. do not start playback yet.
2) Press the “REC “ button (31) and then the CD “ Play/Pause ” button (24) of CD
“ “ shows on the LCD display.
until the play indicator
3) After a few seconds, the LCD will show the Time Counter and the system will start the recording process.
4) Now start playback of the CD in CD
, separating the tracks if required, by pressing the (track separation) button (22/TS on the RC) after each track has finished playing (see section B II).
5) After completing the recording, press the “ Stop ” button (27) of CD
and then stop playback of CD
6) Finalize the recording as described in section B III) as it is not possible to play back the recorded disc in any other CD Player, including CD
, unless it is finalized.
ii) RECORDING BY PROGRAM
/Aux function button (19) to select the “ CD I /Aux “ Mode. Place the pre-recorded CD inside the CD
tray (15) – remain in “ Stop “ Mode.
2) Select the desired tracks by following the previous “ CD I Disc Programming “ procedures.
3) Repeat the same procedures from step 2 to 6 as described in part A-I-i above (Manual Recording) to complete the recording.
) PHONO RECORDING
the and get ready for playback, as described previously.
2) Press the “REC “ button (31) and then the CD “ Play/Pause ” button (24) above CD indicator “ “ shows on the LCD display (2).
until the play
3) After a few seconds, the LCD display will show the “Time Counter” and the system will start recording.
4) Now start playback of the record on the turntable deck, separating the tracks if required by pressing the button (22/TS on the RC) after each track has finished playing (see section B II).
5) After completing the recording, press the “ Stop ” button (27) above CD record.
and then stop playback of the vinyl
6) Finalize the recording as described in section B III).
NOTES: When recording 78rpm records or 45rpm singles, press the CD
Play/Pause Button (24) - this will temporarily interrupt the recording process and allow you to change the record or turn it over. Then restart the recording process, following the same procedure as before. The same procedure applies if you wish to make a compilation CD from different functions, i.e. Tape, CD/Aux or Vinyl.
Please bear in mind that on an 80 minute blank CD only approximately 65/70 minutes of music can be recorded.
III) RECORDING FROM CASSETTE
2) Press the “REC “ button (31) and then the CD “ play/pause ” button (24) at CD
until the play indicator
“ “ shows on the LCD display.
3) After a few seconds, the LCD will show the Time Counter and the system will start the recording process.
4) Now start playback of the Cassette Tape track(s) you wish to record, separating the tracks if required by pressing the button (22/TS on the RC) after each track has finished playing (see section B II).
5) After completing the recording, press the “ Stop ” button (27) above CD
and then stop the tape.
Finalize the recording as described in section B III).
IV) RECORDING FROM AUX-IN
1) Press the CD
/Aux function button (19) to select “ CD
/Aux “ Mode.
2) Connect an external audio device (such as an MP3 or portable CD player, etc. not supplied) via its headphone output jack to the 3.5mm dia. Aux-in jack (29) of this system, using the 3.5 mm dia. plugs of the connecting cable (not supplied).
3) Repeat the same procedures as in steps 2 to 6 described above for other recording Modes.
4) Adjust the volume output level of your connected audio player if the recording sound level is set too high.
- The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual playing time of the playing source.
- To temporarily interrupt the recording process (for instance when changing over records, cassettes, etc.), press the “ play/pause ” button (24) at CD
, “ bUSY “ briefly appears on the LCD Display and the recording process will be paused. To re-start recording, press the “ Play/Pause ” button (24) again.
B) RECORDING SETTING
I) RECORDING LEVEL
The preset recording level of the system is lower than that of the original music source to avoid distortion during recording, except when in “Aux-in” recording Mode
) MANUAL TRACK SEPARATION
You can separate the music tracks to be recorded at any time during the recording process:
After a track has played, press the “ Track Separation “ “ button (22, or TS on the RC) once during recording
(in any mode), the system will generate a new track and then continue recording the next track. The word “ bUSY
“ will briefly show on the LCD display - this means the unit is successfully creating a new track
) FINALIZING A CD-R OR CD-RW DISC
A CD-R(W) disc must be converted into a standard Audio CD before it can be played in any other CD Player, including CD I on this unit. This process is known as “ finalizing “ and a table of contents (TOC) will be written on the
CD at the same time:
1. Press (20) to select the “ CD
” Function and place the recorded CD-R(W) disc to be finalized in the tray.
2. Press the Finalize button (8, or on the Remote Control) while in Stop Mode - “ FIN-d “ will show on the LCD display. (If you wish to quit the finalizing Mode for any reason, just press the “ Stop ” button).
3. Press the “ Play/Pause ” button (24) to start finalizing - the LCD display will show “ bUSY “ during the finalizing process.
4. After completion, the CD door will open automatically and “ NO TOC “ will disappear from the display.
- The time it takes to finalize a disc depends on the contents of the recording and it may take up to 15 minutes or longer in some instances.
- No function buttons or switches are working during the finalizing process.
- Never turn the power off or unplug the cord during the finalizing process to avoid corrupting the system.
- A CD-R disc cannot be recorded on again after finalizing.
- Although a finalized CD-R disc may be played on other CD players, remember that this is not always guaranteed.
- Not all CD-R or CD-RW discs generally on sale may be compatible with this system, due to differences in their manufacture. If you find the quality of the recording unsatisfactory, this is not a malfunction of the system.
Please try using a disc of a different brand.
IV) ERASING OR UNFINALIZING A CD-RW DISC
It is possible to erase the last recorded track or erase a complete recorded disc on a CD-RW disc only.
a) ERASING ONE TRACK
1. Select the “ CD
” function (20) and place the finalized CD-RW disc that you wish to delete the file from in the
2. In CD
Stop Mode (i.e. the CD must not be playing), press the “ ERASE “ button (32 or 12 on the Remote
Control) and wait until “ bUSY “ disappears from the LCD Display.
3. Press the CD
“ Play/Pause ” button (24/3 on the RC) to start erasing the last track.
4. Repeat step 2 and 3 to continue erasing more tracks if required.
5. Press the “ Stop ” button to quit the Erase Mode if necessary.
b) ERASING ALL TRACKS
1. Select the “ CD
” function and place the CD-RW disc you wish to delete in the CD
2. In CD Stop Mode (i.e. the CD must not be playing) press and hold the “ ERASE “ button (32 or 12) and wait until
“UNFIN D “ appears on the LCD display.
3. Press the CD
“ Play/Pause ” button (24/3) to start erasing all tracks and “bUSY” will show on the display.
The LCD display will show “ 0000000 “ to confirm the erasing process is completed and the disc is empty.
- This operation is permanent and cannot be undone.
- Individual tracks on a CD-RW disc copied on another audio system cannot be erased on this unit, but it may be possible to erase All Tracks on a copied CD.
For private listening, headphones (not supplied) can be plugged into the 3.5mm dia. Headphone Socket (28).
While listening through headphones, all sound from the internal speakers will be muted.
LINE OUT CONNECTION
You can link this system to another Hi-Fi system or Amplifier by connecting the Line Out socket (41 - R + L) to the
Auxiliary Input socket of the other unit with an RCA cable (not provided).
Connect another audio device, e.g. (portable) CD player, MP3 player, (portable) Cassette player etc. to this system via a cord with 3.5mm dia jack plugs (not supplied). Connect one end of this cord to the 3.5mm dia. Headphone jack on the external device and the other end to the Aux-in jack (29) on the front panel of this unit.
When connected in this way it is possible to play back or record the music already on the connected device
To add extra Bass sound during playback, press this button, press it again to switch this function off.
Connect a powered or active Subwoofer (not supplied) to the Subwoofer Jack (44) on the rear of this unit to add extra BASS sound. The sound of the Subwoofer can only be adjusted by its own controls.
REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER
The infra-red transmitter requires 2 x 1.5V/‘AAA’ size batteries to operate (not supplied).
Open the rear compartment and insert 2 batteries, observing the correct polarities as indicated inside the compartment, replace the cover.
BUTTON FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
EXCLUSIVE FUNCTIONS FOR CD II (1-6, 11-16)
Repeat In CD
Mode, press to activate the Repeat Play function.
2) Random In CD
Mode, press to activate Random Play function.
Mode, press once to start Playback.
Press again to enter Pause Mode.
4) Program In CD
Mode, press to activate Programming function.
5) Skip Up /Down Press to select previous / next tracks in CD
Mode, press to stop playback.
/Aux Press to select the CD
Press to select the CD
Press to select the Tape function.
Press to select the Phono (Turntable) function.
16) Track separation “
Press to activate CD
Press to erase or unfinalize a CD-RW disc.
Press to finalize the CD-R(W) disc after recording.
Press to change the CD playback information on the LCD display.
Press to clear the programmed tracks.
“ In CD Recording Mode, press to switch the “ “ function on or off.
EXCLUSIVE FUNCTIONS FOR CD
- Play/Pause Press once to start playback. Press again to pause the music.
- Skip Up / Down
Press to select previous / next tracks during Playback.
Press to stop playback or cancel the stored program.
Press to activate Repeat Play function.
Press to activate CD Programming function.
Mode, press to activate Random Play function
18) Volume up/down To set the volume level
RE-ATTACHING THE TURNTABLE DRIVE BELT
Use a screwdriver to remove the black iron ‘C’-clip (iron binder) and lift the turntable off the
Retrieve the dropped black rubber band (drive belt) and replace it around the column on the bottom of the turntable, then pull it out gently without overstretching and hook the band around the small column point at the edge of the turntable, as shown in the diagram.
To fix the turntable back onto the phonograph mechanism, make sure the column point is positioned over the correct place on the phonograph mechanism, while placing the axis of the turntable in the hole on the phonograph mechanism, as shown in the diagram.
Gently turn the turntable until a ‘plop’-sound is heard, which indicates the repositioning of the rubber band.
Replace the ‘C’-clip to secure the turntable.
Speaker Max Rating Power
: AM 540 – 1600 kHz / FM 88 – 108 MHz
: External FM Wire Antenna
: 4 Ω
: 4W per Channel RMS / 20W p.m.p.o.
: 230V AC Mains ~ 50Hz
: Batteries for Remote Transmitter - 2 x 'AAA’ /1.5V (not supplied)
: R + L (RCA)
: 3.5mm dia. Jack
: 3.5mm dia. Jack
: Remote Control Handset; 45rpm Spindle Adaptor
Recommended Brands of recordable CD’s : 80min / CD-R or CD-RW: Sony, Maxell, TDK, Phillips, Fuji
INSTRUCTIONS ON ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THIS PRODUCT IN THE USUAL HOUSEHOLD WASTE AT THE END OF ITS LIFECYCLE, HAND IT OVER AT A
COLLECTION POINT FOR THE RECYCLING OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES. THE SYMBOL ON THE PRODUCT,
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