Philips AZ1022, AZ1022/12 User manual

Philips AZ1022, AZ1022/12 User manual
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 1
CD Soundmachine
Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
User Manual
AZ1022
AZ1022_Slo
6/19/08
17:04
Page 2
1
1
2
7
3
4
8
9
5
6
0
!
@
#
$
%
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 3
2
6 x R14 • UM-2 • C-CELLS
^
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 4
8
3
4
5
X
PROG
6
REP
C
7
SHUF
B
A
A
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 5
English
Controls/Power Supply
Congratulations on your purchase and
welcome to Philips!
To fully benefit from the support that
Philips offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome.
Back/bottom panels (See 2
and 3)
@ Telescopic antenna - improves FM
reception.
# AC MAINS~ - inlet for power cord.
Supplied Accessories
– AC power cord
Top/front panels (See 1)
1 VOLUME – adjusts volume level.
2 Source selector: CD,TUNER,TAPE/OFF
– selects CD, radio or tape source of sound
$ DBB – turns the bass enhancement on/off.
% p – 3.5 mm stereo headphone socket
Helpful hints: The speakers will be muted
when headphones are connected to the set.
^ Battery door - open to insert 6 x 1.5V
R-14/ UM-2/ C-cells
CAUTION
– power off switch
Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other
than herein may result in unsafe
operation.
3 CASSETTE RECORDER keys:
PAUSE– pauses playback or recording
STOP•OPEN – stops the tape or recording;
– opens the cassette holder.
F.FWD / REW – fast winds/ rewinds tape;
This set complies with the radio
interference requirements of the
European Union.
PLAY – starts playback;
REC – starts recording.
4 Display – shows the CD functions
Power Supply
5 2 ; - starts or pauses CD playback
Whenever convenient, use the power supply
cord if you want to conserve battery life.
Make sure you remove the plug from the set
and wall outlet before inserting batteries.
22 / 1 1
– selects the next/previous track
– searches forwards/backwards (press and
hold the button) within the current track
REPEAT – repeats a track/
CD program/entire CD.
Batteries (not included)
1
Open the battery door and insert 6 batteries,
type R-14, UM-2 or C-cells, (preferably
alkaline) with the correct polarity as indicated
by the "+" and "–" symbols inside the compartment. (See 2).
2
Replace the battery door, making sure the batteries are firmly and correctly in place.The set is
now ready to operate.
6 PROG – programs tracks and reviews the
program
7 LIFT TO OPEN – opens/ closes the CD
door.
8 TUNING – tunes to radio stations
9 SHUFFLE – plays all tracks in random order
0 BAND – selects waveband (FM or MW).
! 9 STOP – stops CD playback;;
– erases a CD program
Batteries contain chemical substances, so
they should be disposed of properly.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 6
Power Supply
•
•
•
•
Incorrect use of batteries can cause
electrolyte leakage and will corrode the
compartment or cause the batteries to burst:
Do not mix battery types: e.g. alkaline with carbon zinc. Only use batteries of the same type
for the set.
When inserting new batteries, do not try to mix
old batteries with the new ones.
Remove the batteries if the set is not to be used
for a long time.
General Operation/Tuner
General operation
1
2
Using AC power
WARNING: Always check you have
completely switched off the set, before
you change or disconnect power supply.
1
Check if the power voltage, as shown on
the type plate located on the
bottom of the set, corresponds to your
local power supply. If it does not, consult your
dealer or service center.
Switching on and off and selecting the
function
To select your sound source, adjust the
Source selector to: CD, TUNER or
TAPE/ OFF.
To switch off the set, adjust the Source
selector to TAPE/ OFF position and
check the cassette keys are released.
Adjusting volume and sound
Adjust the sound with the VOLUME and
DBB controls.
Radio reception
1
Adjust the Source selector to TUNER.
2
Adjust BAND to select your desired
waveband, MW, or FM.
3
Turn TUNING to tune to a station.
2
Connect the power cord to the AC
MAINS~ inlet and the wall socket.The set is
now connected and ready for use.
3
To switch the set off completely, withdraw the
power cord from the wall socket.
4
Install the unit near the AC outlet and where
the AC power plug can be easily reached.
•
Disconnect the power cord from the wall
socket to protect your set during heavy
thunderstorms.
For FM, extend, incline and turn the telescopic antenna for best reception. Reduce its
length if the signal is too strong.
•
For MW, the set uses a built-in antenna.
Direct this antenna for best reception by
turning the whole set.
•
The type plate is located on the
bottom of the set.
Helpful hints:
–
To avoid unnecessary energy consumption,
always adjust the Source selector to TAPE/
OFF after using the set. Also check that the
tape deck keys are released.
Helpful hints:
To improve radio reception
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 7
CD Player
Playing a CD
•
•
Finding a passage within a
track
This CD player plays Audio Discs including
CD-Recordables (CD-R) and CD-Rewritables
(CD-RW).
1
MP3, CD-ROM, CD-I, CDV,VCD, DVD or
computer CDs are not possible for playback.
2
IMPORTANT!
CDs encoded with copyright protection
technologies by some record companies may
be unplayable by this product.
During playback, press and hold ∞ or § .
➜ The CD is played at high speed and with
reduced volume.
When you recognize the passage you want,
release ∞ or § to resume normal playback.
Helpful hints:
– When your searching reaches the end of the
last track, the CD goes to stop mode.
1
Adjust the Source selector to CD.
2
Open the CD door, and insert a CD with
the printed side facing up, then press the CD
door gently to close.
Programming track numbers
➜ Display shows --, and later the total
number of tracks. (See 3)
You may store up to 20 tracks in the desired
sequence. If you like, store any track more
than once.
3
Press 2/; to start playback.
4
To pause playback, press 2/;.
5
To resume, press 2/; again.
6
To stop CD playback, press 9.
1
In the stop position, press PROG to
activate programming.
➜ Display: PROG and 00 flash. (See 5)
2
Press ∞ or § to select your desired track
number.
3
Press PROG to store the desired track
number.
➜ Display: PROG and 00 flash for you to
program the next track..
4
Repeat steps 2 to 3 to select and store all
desired tracks in this way.
➜ If you attempt to store more than 20
tracks, no track can be selected and the
display shows --.
5
To play your program, press 2/;.
➜ Display: 2 flashes. (See 4)
Helpful hints:
CD play will also stop when:
–
you open the CD door;
– you select TUNER or TAPE/ OFF sound
source;
– the CD has reached the end.
Selecting a different track
• Press ∞/ § once or repeatedly until the
desired track number appears in the display.
• In the pause/stop position, press 2/; to start
playback.
Helpful hints :
– When playback of your program comes
to the stop position, your set will return
to normal playback.To re-enter program
mode, press PROG in the stop position.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 8
CD Player
Reviewing the program
Different play modes:
REPEAT. and SHUFFLE
(See 6, 7)
In the stop position, press PROG repeatedly
to see your stored tracks.
REPEAT
You can play the current track or the whole
disc repeatedly, and combine REPEAT modes
with PROGRAM.
Erasing a program
You can erase the contents of the memory
by:
– in the stop position, press PROG to enter
program mode, and then press 9.
– selecting TUNER or TAPE/ OFF sound
source;
– opening the CD door;
REP – plays the current track continuously.
1
2
3
REP ALL – repeats the entire CD/program
To select play mode, press REPT once or
more.
➜ The display shows REP or REP ALL.
Press 2; to start playback if in the stop/pause
position.
To return to normal playback, press REPT
repeatedly until the modes are no longer displayed.
– You can also press 9 to cancel your play
mode.
SHUFFLE
You can play all the tracks in random order.
1
2
In the stop position, press SHUFFLE to
switch on shuffle play.
➜ Display shows SHUF.
To switch off shuffle play, press 9.
Helpful hints:
– During the shuffle play, when REP function is
selected, it will play the current shuffled track
repeatedly, or when the REP ALL function is
selected, it will repeat the shuffle play of the
entire CD.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 9
Cassette Recorder
Cassette playback
1
Adjust the Source selector to TAPE.
2
Press STOP•OPEN 9/ to open the cassette holder and insert a cassette, and close
the deck.
3
Press PLAY1 to start playback..
4
To pause playback, press PAUSE8. To
resume, press the key again.
5
1
2
To stop the tape, press STOP•OPEN 9/.
Fast forwarding/rewinding
Press F.FWD/ REW 5 or 6 until you
reach your desired passage.
Press 9/ to stop rewinding/fast forwarding.
Helpful hints:
– During playback, the keys are automatically
released at the end of a tape and the set is
switched off (unless PAUSE8 mode has been
activated.)
–
During fast forwarding/rewinding, the keys will
not be released at the end of a tape. To switch
off the set, make sure the cassette keys are also
released.
CD synchro start recording
1
Select CD source.
2
Insert a CD, or if desired, program track
numbers.
3
Press STOP•OPEN 9/ to open the cassette holder. Insert a blank tape and close
the deck.
4
Press REC 0 to start recording.
•
Playing of the disc/ programme starts automatically from the beginning.You don’t need
to start the player separately.
5
For brief interruptions press PAUSE8. To
resume recording, press PAUSE8 again.
6
To stop recording, press STOP•OPEN 9/.
Recording from the Radio
1
Select TUNER source.
2
Tune to the desired radio station (see Radio
reception).
3
Follows steps 3-6 under CD synchro start
recording.
General information on recording
•
Recording is permissible insofar as copyright
or. other rights of third parties are not
infringed.
•
For recording, use only NORMAL type cassettes (IEC type I) on which the tabs have not
yet been broken.This deck is not suited for
recording on CHROME (IEC II) or METAL
(IEC IV) type cassettes.
•
The best recording level is set automatically.
Altering the VOLUME or DBB will not
affect the recording.
•
To protect a tape from accidental erasure,
break out the tabs. If you wish to record again,
cover the tabs with a piece of adhesive tape.
The making of unauthorized copies of
copy-protected material, including computer programmes, files, broadcasts and
sound recordings, may be an infringement
of copyrights and constitute a criminal
offence.This equipment should not be
used for such purposes.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 10
Maintenance & safety (See 8)
CD player and CD handling
•
If the CD player cannot read CDs correctly,
use a cleaning CD to clean the lens before
taking the set to repair.
•
The lens of the CD player should never be
touched!
•
Sudden changes in the surrounding
temperature can cause condensation on the
lens of your CD player. Playing a CD is then
not possible. Do not attempt to clean the
lens but leave the set in a warm environment
until the moisture evaporates.
Safety information
•
Place the set on a flat, hard and stable surface
so that the system does not tilt.
•
Do not expose the set, batteries, CDs to
humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat caused
by heating equipment or direct sunlight.
•
Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
•
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
•
Adequate ventilation with a minimum gap of
15cm (6 inches) between the ventilation
holes and surrounding surfaces is necessary
to prevent heat build-up.
•
Always close the CD-tape door to avoid dust
on the lens.
•
To clean the CD, wipe in a straight line from
the center towards the edge using a soft,
lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as
they may damage the disc.
•
Do not cover the ventilation openings with
items such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
Never write on a CD or attach any stickers
to it.
•
No objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
•
No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
•
The mechanical parts of the set contain
self-lubricating bearings and must not be oiled
or lubricated.
•
To clean the set, use a dry cloth. Do not use
any cleaning agents containing alcohol,
ammonia, benzene or abrasives as these may
harm the housing.
•
Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed)
shall not be exposed to excessive heat such
as sunshine, fire or the like.
•
Tape deck maintenance
To ensure quality recording and playback of
the tape deck, clean parts A, B and C as
shown, once a month. Use a cotton bud
slightly moistened with alcohol or a special
head cleaning fluid to clean the deck.
1
Open the cassette holder by pressing
STOP•EJECT.
2
Press PLAY and clean the roller C.
3
Press PAUSE and clean the heads A, and
the capstan B.
4
After cleaning, press STOP•EJECT.
➜ Cleaning of the heads can also be done by
playing a cleaning cassette through once.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 11
Troubleshooting
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the set for repair.
If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service centre.
WARNING: Do not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock. Under no
circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this will
invalidate the guarantee.
Problem
– Possible cause
• Remedy
No sound /power
–
•
–
•
–
•
–
•
–
•
Volume not adjusted
Adjust the VOL
Power cord not securely connected
Connect the AC power cord properly
Batteries dead/ incorrectly inserted
Insert (fresh) batteries correctly
Headphones connected to the set
Disconnect headphones.
CD contains non-audio files
Press ∞ , § once or more to skip to a CD audio
track, instead of the data file.
Display does not function properly / No
reaction to operation of any of the
controls
– Electrostatic discharge
• Switch off and unplug the set. Reconnect after a
few seconds
--, Er or 01indication
–
•
–
•
–
•
–
•
No CD inserted
Insert a CD
CD badly scratched or dirty
Replace/ clean CD, see Maintenance
Laser lens steamed up
Wait until lens has cleared
CD-R/CD-RW is blank or not finalized
Use a finalized CD-R/CD-RW or suitable CD
Audio disc only
Note:
Make sure the CD is not encoded with
Copyright protection technologies, as some
do not conform to the Compact Disc standard.
The CD skips tracks
–
•
–
•
CD damaged or dirty
Replace or clean CD
Program/Shuffle is active
Quit program/shuffle mode
Note: A CD badly scratch or dirty may result in
improper operation.
Poor cassette sound quality
– Dust and dirt on the heads, etc.
• Clean deck parts, see Maintenance
– Use of incompatible cassette types (METAL or
CHROME)
• Only use NORMAL (IEC I) for recording
Recording does not work
– Cassette tab(s) may be broken
• Apply adhesive tape over the missing tab space
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 12
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging material has been omitted.The packaging can be easily separated
into three materials: cardboard, polystyrene and plastic.
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled by a
specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the
disposal of packaging, dead batteries and old equipment.
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to
a product it means the product is covered by the
European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical
and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products
with your normal household waste.The correct disposal of your old product will
help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health.
Specifications
Power Consumption . .
Output power . . . . . . .
Dimensions (w x h x d)
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
12W
2 x 1 W RMS
290 x 143 x 240 (mm)
1.62 kg
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 13
Hearing Safety
•
•
Listen at a moderate volume.
Using headphones at a high volume can impair your hearing. This product can produce sounds in
decibel ranges that may cause hearing loss for a normal person, even for exposure less than a
minute. The higher decibel ranges are offered for those that may have already experienced some
hearing loss.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing "comfort level" adapts to higher volumes of
sound. So after prolonged listening, what sounds "normal" can actually be loud and harmful to
your hearing. To guard against this, set your volume to a safe level before your hearing adapts and
leave it there.
•
To establish a safe volume level:
Set your volume control at a low setting.
•
Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, without distortion.
•
Listen for reasonable periods of time:
Prolonged exposure to sound, even at normally "safe" levels, can also cause hearing loss.
•
Be sure to use your equipment reasonably and take appropriate breaks.
•
Be sure to observe the following guidelines when using your headphones.
Listen at reasonable volumes for reasonable periods of time.
•
Be careful not to adjust the volume as your hearing adapts.
•
Do not turn up the volume so high that you can't hear what's around you.
•
You should use caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.
•
Do not use headphones while operating a motorized vehicle, cycling, skateboarding, etc.; it may
create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 14
Important notes for users in the U.K.
Mains plug
This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13 Amp plug.To change a fuse in this type of
plug proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
Remove fuse cover and fuse.
Fix new fuse which should be a BS1362 3 Amp, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type.
Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and an
appropriate plug fitted in its place. If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a
value of 3 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board
should not be greater than 3 Amp.
Note:The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a possible shock hazard should it
be inserted into a 13 Amp socket elsewhere.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured with the following code: blue = neutral (N),
brown = live (L). As these colours may not correspond with the colour markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
• Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or coloured black.
• Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or coloured red.
• Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug, marked E (or e) or
coloured green (or green and yellow).
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped over the
sheath of the lead - not simply over the two wires.
Copyright in the U.K.
Recording and playback of material may require consent. See Copyright Act 1956 and
The Performer’s Protection Acts 1958 to 1972.
AZ1022_Eng
6/18/08
17:42
Page 15
English
Meet Philips at the Internet
http://www.philips.com
W
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
AZ1022
Printed in China
PDCC-JH/ZYL-0825
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement