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Panasonic SCPM500DBEB Operating instructions | Manualzz

Dear Customer

Thank you for purchasing this system.

For optimum performance and safety, read these instructions fully before you connect, operate or adjust this system.

Keep this manual for future reference.

These operating instructions are applicable to the following system.

System SC-PM500DB

Main unit

Speakers

SA-PM500DB

SB-PM500

Your system and the illustrations can look differently.

Do the procedures with the remote control. You can also use the buttons on the main unit if they are the same.

Note:

“EB” on the packaging indicates the United Kingdom.

Panasonic Corporation

Web Site: http://panasonic.net

Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)

Panasonic Testing Centre

Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany

Operating Instructions

CD Stereo System

Model No.

SC-PM500DB

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts. (Product numbers correct as of

May 2011. These may be subject to change.)

1 x AC mains lead

(K2CZ3YY00005)

1 x DAB antenna

(N1EADY000001)

1 x Remote control battery

1 x Remote control

(N2QAYB000640)

EU

EB En

RQT9538-1B

L0511LL1061

Back of product

WARNING:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC

SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE,

DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO

RAIN, MOISTURE, DRIPPING OR SPLASHING

AND THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH

LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE

PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.

USE ONLY THE RECOMMENDED

ACCESSORIES.

DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK);

THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS

INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

SERVICE PERSONNEL.

CAUTION!

DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN

A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN

ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE

THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO

PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR

FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING,

ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER

MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE

VENTILATION VENTS.

DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE UNIT’S

VENTILATION OPENINGS WITH

NEWSPAPERS, TABLECLOTHS, CURTAINS,

AND SIMILAR ITEMS.

DO NOT PLACE SOURCES OF NAKED

FLAMES, SUCH AS LIGHTED CANDLES, ON

THE UNIT.

DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN AN

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MANNER.

CAUTION!

THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.

USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS

OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES

OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN

MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION

EXPOSURE.

DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR

YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

PERSONNEL.

Inside of product

The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible.

The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.

To completely disconnect this apparatus from the

AC Mains, disconnect the power supply cord plug from AC receptacle.

This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone.

THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN

MODERATE CLIMATES.

“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.

Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.

Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, or iPhone may affect wireless performance.

iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Placement

Set the system up on an even surface away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, high humidity, and excessive vibration. These conditions can damage the cabinet and other components, thereby shortening the service life of the system.

Place it at least 15 cm away from wall surfaces to avoid distortion and unwanted acoustical effects.

Do not place heavy items on the system.

Foreign matter

Do not let metal objects fall inside the system. This can cause electric shock or malfunction.

Do not let liquids get into the system. This can cause electric shock or malfunction. If this occurs, immediately disconnect the system from the power supply and contact your dealer.

Do not spray insecticides onto or into the system.

They contain flammable gases which can ignite if sprayed into the system.

Voltage

Do not use high voltage power sources. This can overload the system and cause a fire.

Do not use a DC power source. Check the source carefully when setting the system up on a ship or other place where DC is used.

AC mains lead protection

Ensure the AC mains lead is connected correctly and not damaged. Poor connection and lead damage can cause fire or electric shock. Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the lead.

Grasp the plug firmly when unplugging the lead.

Pulling the AC mains lead can cause electric shock.

Do not handle the plug with wet hands. This can cause electric shock.

Service

Do not attempt to repair this system by yourself.

If sound is interrupted, indicators fail to light, smoke appears, or any other problem that is not covered in these instructions occurs, disconnect the AC mains lead and contact your dealer or an authorised service centre. Electric shock or damage to the system can occur if the system is repaired, disassembled or reconstructed by unqualified persons.

Extend operating life by disconnecting the system from the power source if it is not to be used for a long time.

CAUTION FOR AC MAINS LEAD

For your safety, please read the following text carefully.

This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.

A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.

Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.

Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse.

If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.

If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.

A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local dealer.

CAUTION!

IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS

UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET

IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD

BE RE MOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF

AND DIS POSED OF SAFELY.

THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE

ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF

PLUG IS IN SERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE

SOCKET.

The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured Brown or Red.

WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE

TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED

WITH THE LETTER E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL

OR COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN/YELLOW.

THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF—KEEP DRY.

Before use

Remove the connector cover.

How to replace the fuse

The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC mains plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and follow the instructions below.

Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.

1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.

Figure A Figure B

Fuse cover

If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as stated below.

If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.

IMPORTANT

The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:

Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.

As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:

The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or col oured Black or Blue.

2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.

Figure A Figure B

Fuse (5 ampere)

Fuse (5 ampere)

Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries

These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.

For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/

EC and 2006/66/EC.

By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.

For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.

Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.

For business users in the European

Union

If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.

[Information on Disposal in other

Countries outside the European

Union]

These symbols are only valid in the

European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):

This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.

Sales and Support Information

Customer Care Centre

• For customers within the UK: 0844 844 3852

• For customers within Ireland: 01 289 8333

• Visit our website for product information www.panasonic.co.uk

• E-mail: [email protected]

Direct Sales at Panasonic UK

• For customers: 0844 844 3856

• Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and confidence by phoning our

Customer Care Centre Monday–Thursday 9:00 a.m.– 5:30 p.m., Friday 9:30 a.m.– 5:30 p.m. (Excluding public holidays).

• Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at www.pas-europe.com.

• Most major credit and debit cards accepted.

• All enquiries transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by Panasonic UK.

• It couldn’t be simpler!

• Also available through our Internet is direct shopping for a wide range of finished products, take a browse on our website for further details.

SPECIFICATIONS

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PLACEMENT OF SPEAKERS

Amplifier section

RMS output power stereo mode

Front Ch (both ch driven)

20 W per channel (6 ), 1 kHz, 10% THD

Total RMS stereo mode power 40 W

FM tuner, terminals section

Preset station

Frequency modulation (FM)

Frequency

87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz (50 kHz step) terminals

Headphones jack

Terminal

FM 30 stations

75 (unbalanced)

Stereo, 3.5 mm jack

DAB section

Frequency band (wavelength)

Band III (UK only)

11B to 12D (218.640 MHz to 229.072 MHz)

Band III (Europe)

5A to 13F (174.928 MHz to 239.200 MHz)

Sensitivity BER 4x10 -4

Min requirement

DAB external antenna

–98 dBm

Terminal F - Connector (75 )

Disc section

Disc played (8 cm or 12 cm)

CD, CD-R/RW (CD-DA, MP3 formatted disc)

MPEG-1 Layer 3, MPEG-2 Layer 3

Pick up

Wavelength

Laser power

Audio output (Disc)

790 nm (CD)

CLASS 1 (CD)

Number of channels

FL = Front left channel

FR = Front right channel

2 ch (FL, FR)

USB section

USB port

USB standard

Media file format support

USB device file system

USB port power

USB 2.0 full speed

MP3 ( .mp3)

FAT 12, FAT 16, FAT 32

500 mA (max)

Speaker section

Type 2 way, 2 speaker system (bass reflex)

Speaker unit(s)

The right and left speakers are the same.

Woofer

Tweeter

10 cm cone type

6 cm cone type

Impedance 6

Output sound pressure 80.5 dB/W (1 m)

The combination of the main unit and speakers give the best sound.

Frequency range

Dimensions (W x H x D)

52 Hz to 31 kHz (–16 dB)

74 Hz to 27 kHz (–10 dB)

145 mm x 224 mm x 197 mm

Use only the supplied speakers.

You can cause damage to the system and decrease the sound quality if you use other speakers.

Note:

• Keep your speakers more than 10 mm from the main unit for ventilation.

• Put the speakers on a flat safe surface.

• These speakers do not have magnetic shielding.

Do not put them near TVs, PCs or other equipment easily influenced by magnetism.

• When you play at high levels for a long period, it can cause damage to the system and decrease the life of the system.

• Decrease the volume in these conditions to prevent damage:

– When you play distorted sound.

– When you adjust the sound quality.

• To prevent damage to the speakers, do not touch the speaker cones if you remove the nets.

CAUTION!

General

Use the speakers only with the recommended system. If not, you can cause damage to the amplifier and speakers and can cause a fire. Consult an approved service personnel if damage

Power supply AC 220 to 240 V, 50 Hz occurs or if there is a sudden apparent change in performance.

Do the procedures included in these instructions when you attach the speakers.

Power consumption 19

Dimensions (W x H x D)

153 mm x 224 mm x 232 mm kg

Operating temperature range

0°C to +40°C

Operating humidity range

35% to 80% RH (no condensation)

3

MAKING THE CONNECTIONS

Power consumption in standby mode

0.2 W (approximate)

Note:

1) Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Mass and dimensions are approximate.

2) Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer.

Conserving power

The system consumes approximately 0.2 W when it is in standby mode. Disconnect the power supply if you do not use the system.

Some settings will be lost after you disconnect the system. You have to set them again.

2 Connect the DAB antenna.

Place the antenna where reception is best.

Use DAB outdoor antenna (not included) for better reception.

1

PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROL

R6/LR6, AA

CAUTION!

• Do not break open or short-circuit the battery.

• Do not charge the alkaline or manganese battery.

• Do not use the battery if the cover has peeled off.

• Do not heat or expose to flame.

• Do not leave the battery(ies) in an automobile exposed to direct sunlight for a long period of time with doors and windows closed.

• Mishandling of battery can cause electrolyte leakage, which can cause a fire.

• Remove the battery if you do not use the remote control for a long period of time. Keep in a cool, dark area.

Use alkaline or manganese battery.

Install the battery so that the poles (+ and –) align with those in the remote control.

Point the remote control at the remote control sensor, away from obstacles, at a maximum range of 7 m directly in front of the main unit.

CAUTION!

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

1

2

B

A

(6 :) (6 :)

Black

Red

3

To household mains socket

1 Connect the speakers.

Be careful not to cross

(short-circuit) or reverse the polarity of the speaker wires as doing so may damage the speakers.

Be sure to fully tighten the screw.

Adhesive tapes

3 Connect the AC mains lead.

READ THE CAUTION FOR AC MAINS LEAD

BEFORE CONNECTION.

Use the included AC mains lead with this system only.

Do not use an AC mains lead from other equipment.

Note:

The DAB outdoor antenna should be installed by a competent technician.

Never use outdoor antenna during lightning storm.

4

OVERVIEW OF CONTROLS

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

SLEEP PLAY

EXT-IN

RADIO

D.BASS

SOUND

PRESET EQ

AUTO OFF

K

L

I

J

M

N

O

P

Refer to the numbers in parentheses for chapter references.

A Standby/on switch [`], [1] (9, 14)

Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.

B Numeric buttons [1 to 9, 0,10]

To select a 2-digit number

Example: 16: [≧10] → [1] → [6]

C Delete a programmed track (5)

D Select source

[iPod]: Select iPod (6)

[CD]: Select disc (5)

[RADIO, EXT-IN] / [RADIO/EXT-IN(USB)]:

Select radio or USB (7, 8, 11)

E Basic operation

[4/9]: Playback or pause operation

[8]: Stop playback

[2], [6]: Skip track

Select preset radio station

[3], [5]: Search track

Tune in to the radio station

[2/3], [5/6]: Skip and search track

Select preset radio station

F Select the sound effects (10)

G Select the iPod menu item (6)

H View the information shown on the display panel

Decrease the brightness of the display panel

Press and hold the button to use this function.

To cancel, press and hold the button again.

I Set the sleep timer (9)

Set the clock and timer (9)

J Set the program function (5, 7, 8)

K Adjust the volume of the system

L Mute the sound of the system

Press the button again to cancel.

“MUTE” is also cancelled when you adjust the volume or when you switch off the system.

M Set the play menu item (5)

N Set the radio menu item (7, 8)

O [R, T]: Skip album

Adjust clock setting

[Y, U]: Select the item in the menu

[OK]: Confirm the setting

P Automatically switch off the system

This function switches off the system (except in radio source) if you do not use the system for approximately 30 minutes.

To cancel, press the button again.

Q iPod or iPhone dock (6)

R Headphones jack ( ) (11)

S Display panel

T USB port ( ) (11)

U Open or close the disc tray

V Disc tray

W Remote control sensor

W

A

D

E

Top view

Q

R

K

T

U

V

S

E

F

5

DISCS

Playing discs

1 Press [x, OPEN/CLOSE] on the main unit to open the disc tray.

Put in a disc with the label facing up.

Press [x, OPEN/CLOSE] again to close the disc tray.

2 Press [CD] and then press [4/9] to start playback.

Stop playback

Pause playback

Skip album

Press [8] during playback.

Press [4/9] during playback.

Press again to continue playback.

Press [R, T].

Program playback

This function allows you to program up to 24 tracks.

1 Press [PROGRAM] in the stop mode.

“PGM” is shown.

2 Press the numeric buttons to select the desired track.

Do this step again to program other tracks.

3 Press [4/9] to start playback.

Skip track

Search through track

Press [2] or [6] (main unit:

[2/3] or [5/6]).

Press and hold [3] or [5]

(main unit: [2/3] or

[5/6]).

Repeat playback

You can repeat “Program playback” or other selected “Playmode function”.

1 Press [PLAY MENU] to select “REPEAT”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select “ON REPEAT” and then press [OK].

“ ” is shown.

To cancel, select “OFF REPEAT”.

Playmode function

1 Press [PLAY MENU] to select “PLAYMODE”.

2 Press [Y, U] and then press [OK] to select the desired mode.

Play all tracks.

OFF

PLAYMODE

1-TRACK

1TR

1-ALBUM

1ALBUM

Play one selected track on the disc.

Press the numeric buttons to select the track.

Play one selected album on the disc.

Press [R, T] to select the album.

Play a disc randomly.

RANDOM

RND

1- ALBUM

RANDOM

1ALBUM RND

Play all tracks in one selected album randomly.

Press [R, T] to select the album.

Note:

• During random playback, you cannot skip to tracks which have been played or press the numeric buttons.

• This function does not work with “Program playback”.

• The setting returns to the default “OFF

PLAYMODE” when you open the disc tray.

Viewing available information

You can view the available information on the display panel.

Press [DISPLAY].

Note:

• Maximum characters that can be shown: approximately 16

• This system supports ver. 1.0, 1.1 and 2.3 ID3 tags.

• Text data that the system does not support can show differently.

1 Press [PROGRAM] in the stop mode.

2 Press [R, T] to select the desired album.

3 Press [6] and then press the numeric buttons to select the desired track.

4 Press [OK].

Do steps 2 through 4 again to program other tracks.

5 Press [4/9] to start playback.

Cancel program mode

Press [PROGRAM] in the stop mode.

Replay the program

Check program contents

Press [PROGRAM] and then press

[4/9].

Press [2] or [6] when “PGM” is shown in the stop mode.

To check while programming, press [PROGRAM] two times after

“PGM” is shown, then press [2] or [6].

Press [DEL] in the stop mode.

Clear the last track

Clear all programmed tracks

Press [8] in the stop mode.

“CLR ALL” is shown. Within

5 seconds, press [8] again.

Note:

The program memory is cleared when you open the disc tray.

Note on CDs

• This system can access up to 99 tracks.

• This system can play MP3 files and CD-DA format audio CD-R/RW that have been finalised.

• This system can fail to play some CD-R/RW because of the condition of the recording.

Note on MP3s

• Files are treated as tracks and folders are treated as albums.

• This system can access up to 999 tracks,

255 albums (including root folder) and

20 sessions.

• Disc must conform to ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended formats).

• To play in a certain order, prefix the folder and file names with 3-digit numbers in the order you want them to play.

Limitations on MP3 playback

• If you have recorded MP3s on the same disc as

CD-DA, only the format recorded in the first session can be played.

• Some MP3s cannot be played because of the condition of the disc or recording.

• Recordings will not necessarily be played in the order you recorded them.

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USING AN iPod OR iPhone

Connector

1 Press to open the cover and insert a compatible dock adapter.

iPhone

(not included)

Dock adapter

(not included)

2 Connect the iPod or iPhone firmly.

Make sure to remove the iPod or iPhone from its case.

3 Press [iPod] and then press [4/9] to start playback.

Pause playback

Skip track

Press [4/9] or [8].

Press [2] or [6]

(main unit: [2/3] or

[5/6]).

Search the current track

View iPod or iPhone menu,

Return to previous menu

Select an iPod or iPhone menu item

Press and hold [3] or

[5] (main unit: [2/3] or [5/6]).

Press [iPod MENU] in the play mode.

Press [R, T] and then press

[OK].

Note:

• Make sure to align your iPod or iPhone with the connector when inserting the iPod or iPhone.

• The operations may vary or not work depending on the iPod or iPhone models.

• Depending on the model, it may be necessary to remove the iPod or iPhone and select the album, artist, etc. on the iPod or iPhone.

• Read the User Guide of the iPod or iPhone for the operating instructions.

Charging an iPod or iPhone

An iPod or iPhone is charged automatically when connected to the system (even when the system is in standby mode).

• See the iPod or iPhone display for its battery charging status.

• Disconnect the iPod or iPhone if it is not used for an extended period of time after charging is complete.

• Charging stops when the battery is fully charged.

The battery will deplete naturally.

USING AN iPod OR iPhone (continued)

Compatible iPod and iPhone

Update your iPod or iPhone with the latest software before using this system.

Compatibility depends on the software version of your iPod or iPhone.

• iPod touch 4th generation (8GB, 32GB, 64GB)

• iPod nano 6th generation (8GB, 16GB)

• iPod touch 3rd generation (32GB, 64GB)

• iPod nano 5th generation (video camera)

(8GB, 16GB)

• iPod touch 2nd generation (8GB, 16GB, 32GB)

• iPod classic [120GB, 160GB (2009)]

• iPod nano 4th generation (video) (8GB, 16GB)

• iPod classic (160GB) (2007)

• iPod touch 1st generation (8GB, 16GB, 32GB)

• iPod nano 3rd generation (video) (4GB, 8GB)

• iPod classic (80GB)

• iPod nano 2nd generation (aluminum)

(2GB, 4GB, 8GB)

• iPod 5th generation (video) (60GB, 80GB)

• iPod 5th generation (video) (30GB)

• iPod nano 1st generation (1GB, 2GB, 4GB)

• iPhone 4 (16GB, 32GB)

• iPhone 3GS (8GB, 16GB, 32GB)

• iPhone 3G (8GB, 16GB)

• iPhone (4GB, 8GB, 16GB)

Note on iPhone

• All phone features can only be controlled by the touch screen of the iPhone.

• The system does not show incoming calls or the phone status.

• Playback will stop when there is an incoming call.

• A call is not cancelled when you connect or disconnect the iPhone from the system.

• There is no Apple Inc. specification that will guarantee the above iPhone response. iPhone responses can be different on newer models or with new software.

7

RADIO

Manual tuning

1 Press [RADIO, EXT-IN] (main unit:

[RADIO/EXT-IN(USB)]) to select “FM”.

2 Press [3] or [5] to select the frequency of the required station.

To tune automatically, press and hold the button until the frequency starts changing quickly.

To improve the sound quality

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “FM MODE”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select “MONO” and then press [OK].

To cancel, select “STEREO”.

• “MONO” is also cancelled when you change the frequency.

• Switch off “MONO” for normal listening.

Automatic presetting

30 FM stations can be preset.

Preparation

Press [RADIO, EXT-IN] (main unit:

[RADIO/EXT-IN(USB)]) to select “FM”.

1 Press [OK] to select “LOWEST” or

“CURRENT” frequency.

2 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “A.PRESET” and then press [OK].

“START?” is shown.

3 Press [OK] to start presetting.

Manual presetting

30 FM stations can be preset.

Preparation

Press [RADIO, EXT-IN] (main unit:

[RADIO/EXT-IN(USB)]) to select “FM”.

1 Press [3] or [5] to tune in to the station.

2 Press [PROGRAM].

3 Press the numeric buttons to select a preset number.

Do steps 1 through 3 again to preset more stations.

The new station replaces any station that occupies the same preset number.

Selecting a preset station

Press the numeric buttons, [2] or [6]

(main unit: [2/3] or [5/6]) to select the preset station.

8

DAB

DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is a procedure of broadcasting the radio digitally. It gives less interference and better quality sound.

This system support DAB in “BAND III” bands.

DAB operation

1 Press [RADIO, EXT-IN] (main unit:

[RADIO/EXT-IN(USB)]) to select “DAB”.

If you select DAB for the first time, the system will start the “DAB AUTO SCAN” procedure.

2 Press [3] or [5] to select the frequency of the required station.

Listening to secondary services

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “DAB

SECONDARY”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select a secondary service and then press [OK].

“ ” is shown.

To return to primary service

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “DAB

SECONDARY”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select “PRIMARY” and then press [OK].

DAB auto scan

Auto clock adjustment

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select

“AUTOSCAN” and then press [OK].

“START?” is shown.

2 Press [OK].

“DAB AUTO SCAN” is shown.

Note:

If no station is detected, “SCAN FAILED” is shown.

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “AUTO

CLOCK ADJ”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select “ON ADJUST” and then press [OK].

To cancel, select “OFF ADJUST”.

Memory presetting

20 channels can be preset.

1 Press [3] or [5] to select a station.

2 Press [PROGRAM].

3 Press the numeric buttons to select a preset number.

Do steps 1 through 3 again to preset more stations.

The new station replaces any station that occupies the same preset number.

DAB signal quality

When adjusting the antenna, you can check the reception quality.

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “SIGNAL

QUALITY”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select frequency.

Frequency block Frequency

Reception quality

0 (poor) to

8 (excellent)

Note:

You cannot preset a station when the station is not broadcasting or when you have selected a secondary service.

Auto scan frequency

Only the frequencies currently used in United

Kingdom as of May 2011 on BAND III are auto scanned.

Selecting a preset station

Press the numeric buttons, [2] or [6]

(main unit: [2/3] or [5/6]) to select the preset station.

Viewing available information

Press [DISPLAY] to view available information.

You can view information about the DAB broadcast, program type, ensemble label, frequency and time.

Select “ALL BAND III” when you want to store stations on other frequencies to memory.

1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select

“SCANMODE”.

2 Press [Y, U] to select “UNITED KINGDOM” or

“ALL BAND III” and then press [OK].

Auto scan begins automatically after you make the changes.

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CLOCK AND TIMERS

Setting the clock

This is a 24-hour clock.

1 Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select “CLOCK”.

2 Within 10 seconds, press [R, T] to set the

3 time.

Press [OK].

Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to show the clock for a few seconds.

Note:

Reset the clock regularly to maintain accuracy.

Sleep timer

The sleep timer switches off the system after the set time.

Press [SLEEP] to select the setting (in minutes).

To cancel, select “OFF”.

30 MIN 60 MIN 90 MIN 120 MIN

OFF

To show the remaining time

Press [SLEEP].

Note:

• The sleep timer can be used together with the play timer.

• The sleep timer always comes first. Be sure not to set an overlap of timers.

Play timer

You can set the timer to come on at a certain time to wake you up.

Switch on the system and set the clock.

Prepare the music source you want to listen to

(disc, radio, USB, iPod or iPhone) and set the volume.

1 Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select “#PLAY 1”,

#PLAY 2” or “#PLAY 3”.

2 Within 10 seconds, press [R, T] to set the start time.

3 Press [OK].

4 Do steps 2 and 3 again to set the end time.

To start the timer

5 Press [#, PLAY] to start “#PLAY 1”,

#PLAY 2” or “#PLAY 3”.

6 Press [`] to switch off the system.

The system must be switched off for the timer to operate.

Change the settings

Change the source or volume

Check the settings

Cancel

Do steps 1 through 4 and 6 again

(Z above).

1) Press [#, PLAY] two times to remove the timer indicator on the display panel.

2) Change the source or volume.

3) Do steps 5 and 6 (Z above).

Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select

“#PLAY 1”, “#PLAY 2” or

“#PLAY 3”.

Press [#, PLAY] two times to remove the timer indicator on the display panel.

Note:

• The timer starts at a low volume and increases gradually to the preset level.

• The timer comes on at the set time every day if the timer is on.

• If you switch off the system and switch on again while a timer is in operation, the timer will not stop at the end time.

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SOUND EFFECTS

Changing the sound quality

1 Press [SOUND] to select a sound effect.

2 Within 3 seconds, press [Y, U] to select the desired setting.

BASS

-4 to +4

TREBLE

SURROUND “ON SURROUND” or

“OFF SURROUND”

By main unit only

1 Press [BASS/TREBLE] to select “BASS” or

“TREBLE”.

2 Press [2/3] or [5/6] to adjust the level.

Preset EQ

Press [PRESET EQ] to select a setting.

HEAVY Adds punch to rock

SOFT For background music

CLEAR Clarifies higher frequencies

VOCAL Adds gloss to vocal

FLAT Cancels the sound effect

D.BASS

This function lets you enjoy a powerful bass effect.

Press [D.BASS] to select “ON D.BASS” or

“OFF D.BASS”.

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EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT

USB

You can connect and play MP3 tracks from your

USB mass storage device.

Do not use a USB extension cable. The system cannot recognise USB mass storage device connected through a cable.

1 Decrease the volume and connect the USB mass storage device to the USB port.

2 Press [RADIO, EXT-IN] (main unit:

[RADIO/EXT-IN(USB)]) to select “USB” and

then press [4/9] to start playback.

Stop playback

Press [8] during playback.

“RESUME” is shown.

Press [4/9] to continue playback from the start of the track.

OR

Press [8] two times to stop the playback fully.

For other operations, refer to “DISCS” .

Compatible devices

• USB mass storage devices that support bulk-only transfer.

• USB mass storage devices that support USB 2.0 full speed.

Supported format

• Folders are defined as album.

• Files are defined as track.

• Track must have the extension “.mp3” or “.MP3”.

• CBI (Control/Bulk/Interrupt) is not supported.

• NTFS file system is not supported (only FAT

12/16/32 file system is supported).

• Some files can fail to work because of the sector size.

Note:

• Maximum album: 255 albums (including root

folder)

• Maximum track: 2500 tracks

• Maximum track in one album: 999 tracks

Connecting to headphones

Connect the headphones to the headphones jack.

Plug type: Ø 3.5 mm stereo (not included)

• Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing damage.

• Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.

• Listening at full volume for long periods may damage the user’s ears. Be sure to use the supplied or recommended headphones or earphones.

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REMOTE CONTROL CODE

When other Panasonic equipment responds to the remote control of this system, change the remote control code for this system.

To set the code to “REMOTE 2”

1 Press and hold [CD] on the main unit and [2] on the remote control until “REMOTE 2” is shown.

To set the code to “REMOTE 1”

1 Press and hold [CD] on the main unit and [1] on the remote control until “REMOTE 1” is shown.

2 Press and hold [OK] and [2] for a minimum of

4 seconds.

2 Press and hold [OK] and [1] for a minimum of

4 seconds.

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MAINTENANCE

To clean this system, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.

• Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this system.

• Before using chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Before requesting service, make the following checks. If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the solutions indicated do not solve the problem, consult your dealer for instructions.

Common problems

No operations can be done with the remote control.

• Examine that the battery is installed correctly.

Sound is distorted or no sound.

• Increase the volume.

• Switch off the system, determine and correct the cause, then switch the system on again. It can be caused by straining of the speakers through excessive volume or power, and when using the system in a hot environment.

Main unit displays

“NO PLAY”

• Examine the content. You can only play supported format.

• If there are more than 255 albums or folders

(audio and non-audio), some of the MP3 files in these albums cannot be read and played. Transfer these music albums to another USB mass storage device. Alternatively, reformat the USB mass storage device and save these music albums prior to saving the other non-audio folders.

A “humming” sound can be heard during playback.

• An AC mains lead or fluorescent light is near the cables. Keep other appliances and cords away from the cables of this system.

“F61” or “F76”

• There is a power supply problem.

“ERROR”

• An incorrect operation was done. Read the instructions and try again.

Discs

Display not shown correctly.

Playback does not start.

• You have not put in the disc correctly. Put it in correctly.

• Disc is dirty. Clean the disc.

• Replace the disc if it is scratched, warped, or non-standard.

• There is condensation. Let the system dry for 1 to

2 hours.

“NOT MP3/ERROR”

• An unsupported MP3 format. The system will skip that track and play the next one.

“VBR–”

• The system cannot show the remaining play time for variable bit rate (VBR) tracks.

“NODEVICE”

• The USB mass storage device, iPod or iPhone is not connected. Examine the connection.

DAB

DAB reception is poor.

• Keep the antenna away from computers, TVs, other cables and cords.

• Use an outdoor antenna.

“NO DISC”

• You have not put in a disc or put in a disc that the system cannot play (refer to “DISCS”).

“NOT SUPPORT”

• You have inserted an iPod or iPhone that cannot be played.

Radio

A beat sound is heard.

• Switch off the TV or move it away from the system.

“--:--”

• You connected the AC mains lead for the first time or there was a power failure recently. Set the clock.

iPod or iPhone

You cannot switch on the iPod or iPhone.

• Examine that the battery of the iPod or iPhone is not depleted.

• Switch off the iPod or iPhone and the system before you connect the iPod or iPhone. Connect the iPod or iPhone and try again.

“ADJUST CLOCK”

• Clock is not set. Adjust the clock accordingly.

“ADJUST TIMER”

• Play timer is not set. Adjust the play timer accordingly.

No sound.

• Switch off the iPod or iPhone and remove from the system. Connect the iPod or iPhone to the system and switch it on and play it again.

“PGM FULL”

• The number of programmed tracks is more than

24.

“DATA”

• Data broadcast being received over the DAB broadcast signal, cannot be used on this system.

USB

The USB mass storage device or the contents in it cannot be read.

• The format of the USB mass storage device or the contents in it is/are not compatible with the system.

• USB mass storage devices with storage capacity of more than 32 GB cannot work in some conditions.

Slow operation of the USB mass storage device.

• Large content size or large memory USB mass storage device takes longer time to read.

“SCRAMBLED”

• The broadcast station being received cannot be accessed.

“NO SERVICE”

• The station is currently not broadcasting.

“NO SIGNAL”

• This station cannot be received. Check your antenna.

“SCAN FAILED”

• Stations are not receivable. Check your antenna and try auto scanning.

The elapsed time shown is different from the actual play time.

• Transfer the data to another USB mass storage device or backup the data and reformat the USB mass storage device.

Memory reset (Initialisation)

When the following situations occur, refer to the instructions below to reset the memory:

• There is no response when buttons are pressed.

• You want to clear and reset the memory contents.

To reset the memory

1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.

(Wait 3 minutes before you continue with step 2.)

2 While you press and hold [1] on the main unit, connect the AC mains lead again.

“– – – – – – – –” shows on the display panel.

3 Release [1].

All the settings are set back to the factory preset.

It is necessary to set the memory items again.

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