SCOTT CDX 650
НСО CDX 650
CLOCK RADIO WITH CD PLAYER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
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PRECAUTIONS
Follow the advice below for safe and appropriate operations.
INSTALLATION
e Do not use the unit in places which are extremely hot, cold, dusty, or humid.
e Place the unit on a flat and even surface.
e Do not restrict the airflow of the unit by placing it in a place with poor airflow, by
covering it with a cloth, or by placing it on a carpet.
e Do not place naked flame sources such as lighted candles on the apparatus.
© Use the apparatus only in moderate climates (not in tropical climates).
e Do not expose the apparatus to dripping or splashing.
© Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
SAFETY
e When connecting and disconnecting the AC power cord from the AC mains outlet, pull
the plug and not the cord itself. Pulling the cord may damage it and may be dangerous.
The mains plug must remain readily operable.
When you are not going to use the unit for a long period of time, disconnect the AC
power cord from the AC mains outlet.
AC VOLTAGE
o Before use, check that the rated voltage of your unit matches your local voltage.
CONDENSATION
e When there is condensation inside the unit, it may not function normally.
o Unplug the unit for 1 to 2 hours before turning the power back on, or gradually heat the
room up and dry the unit before use.
Ensure a minimum distance of 5 cm around the apparatus for sufficient ventilation.
Do not impede the ventilation by covering the ventilation openings with items such as
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.
BATTERIES
e Pay attention to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
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CAUTION
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNING
PRECAUTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
BOX CONTENTS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
INSTALLING THE BATTERY
BASIC OPERATION
RADIO OPERATION
CD OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
BOX CONTENTS
1. Main unit
2. Instruction manual
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
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HR (HOUR)/NEXT PP button
DISPLAY button
PROG (program) button
CD compartment
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ON/STANDBY O button
SNOOZE button
AL1 (alarm 1) button 7
TIME button 8
TUNING dial 190
. AL 2 (alarm 2) button
. PM indicator. This indicator only appears
when the time is set to the 12-hour display.
Headphones jack ba
SLEEP indicator
VOL (volume) dial
MIN/ 44 (set minutes/previous)
PLAY/ PAUSE PII button
STOP IM button
Tuning indicator
Radio frequency scale
AL 1/AL 2 indicators
LED display
REP/PROG
(repeat/programmed play) indicators
SLEEP button
REP/RAN (repeat/random) button
FM ST (stereo) /FM button
Speaker
CD/RADIO/BUZZER switch
Clock back-up battery compartment
FM antenna/AC power cord
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INSTALLING THE BATTERY
Installing the clock back-up battery
Clock back-up
The clock and alarm time can be maintained against power failure with a 9V “6F22” battery
(not supplied). During a power interruption, the clock time may gain or lose a few minutes per
hour and may require resetting.
Battery insertion
1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the unit.
2. Insert a 9V “6F22” battery (an alkaline battery is recommended) into the battery
compartment, following the correct polarities marked inside the battery compartment.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover.
Note: For optimum performance, the battery should be replaced every 6 months.
Precautions when using batteries
1. Use only the size and type of battery specified.
2. Ensure you follow the correct polarities when installing the battery (see the battery
compartment). A reversed battery may cause damage to the unit.
3. An exhausted battery must be removed to prevent possible battery leakage.
4, Dispose of batteries properly according to environmental regulations.
Note on clock back-up battery
Please note that this unit will not operate fully on battery power alone. The battery provides a
back-up system only in the event of an interruption of the AC power supply.
BASIC OPERATION
Connecting the power supply
Insert the AC power cord into the AC mains outlet with a 230V AC - 50Hz power source. The
LED display will flash.
Clock and alarm time setting
12/24 hour display
Press and hold down the TIME button to switch between 12/24-hour display.
Set the clock
1. Press the TIME button and the LED display will flash. Press the HR/»I button to set the
hours.
2. Press the MIN button to set the minutes.
3. Press the TIME button to confirm.
Set the alarm times
1. Press the AL1 or AL2 button to enable alarm 1 and/or alarm 2 respectively, and the
alarm time will flash. Press the HR/PM button to set the hours.
2. Press the MIN button to set the minutes.
3. Press the corresponding AL1 or AL2 button to confirm.
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Alarm operation
The unit allows you to wake up by buzzer, radio or CD.
1. To enable the alarm function and adjust the dual alarm times, AL:
follow the steps in “Set the dual alarm times”. The | © MN |
corresponding AL1 or AL2 indicator on the LED display lights ! LIU
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up.
2. To select buzzer, radio or CD mode, slide the CD/RADIO/BUZZER switch to the desired
source.
3. When the preset alarm time is reached, the alarm will sound in the selected alarm mode.
For CD alarm mode, the playback will begin from the first track. If the CD source is not
available at the alarm time, it will automatically switch to the buzzer alarm.
4. To stop the alarm, press the O, AL1 or AL2 button. The alarm will sound again the next
day.To disable the alarm function, press the corresponding AL1 or AL2 button again.
Note: While the buzzer alarm volume is fixed and cannot be adjusted, the radio and CD alarm
volume can be adjusted to your desired level using the VOL dial. To select the station,
refer to “RADIO OPERATION”.
Snooze function
When the alarm sounds, press the SNOOZE button to stop the alarm temporarily. The AL1 or
AL2 indicator will flash and it will sound again after 6 minutes. To cancel the SNOOZE function
and repeat the alarm the next day, press the O button.
Sleep function
This function allows you to listen to CD or the radio up to 90 minutes and after that, the CD or
radio turns off automatically.
SLEEP
1. In standby mode, press the SLEEP button, and “90” is displayed. The CD player or radio
turns on. (Note: The CD/RADIO/BUZZER switch must be set to the desired source). The
“SLEEP” indicator lights up.
Note: The sleep function does not work in O N mode. g Mm
2. Press the SLEEP button repeatedly to select the duration: . LJ
90, 60, 15 and 0 minutes.
3. When the preset sleep duration elapses, the radio or CD player turns off automatically.
4, To cancel the sleep function before the preset sleep duration elapses, press the ©
button to turn off the radio immediately.
ON/ Standby mode
After connecting the power supply, the unit goes to standby mode. Press the О button to turn
on the unit and press it again to go to standby mode.
Selecting the source
When the unit is switched on, slide the CD/RADIO/BUZZER switch to select the source.
Volume control
Turn the VOL dial to adjust the volume level.
Connecting headphones
Plug in headphones (not supplied) to the headphones jack at the back of the unit for private
listening. The speaker output will be shut off automatically.
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RADIO OPERATION
Listening to the radio
1. When the unit is switched on, slide the CD/RADIO/BUZZER to select radio mode.
2. Turn the TUNING dial to receive a station. The tuning indicator shows the selected
frequency.
FM Stereo
In FM mode, slide the FM ST/FM button to select stereo or mono sound. When the FM signal
is weak and sound distortion occurs, it is better to select mono sound.
Achieving optimum reception
In FM mode, extend and position the FM antenna to achieve optimum reception.
CD PLAYER OPERATION
Start playback
1. Open the CD compartment. Insert a disc with the label side facing up.
2. Close the CD compartment.
3. When the unit is switched on, slide the CD/RADIO/BUZZER switch to select “CD”. The
unit will read the disc and after reading, the total number of tracks will be displayed for a
short moment before returning to the clock display.
4, Press the PIIbutton to start playback from the first track. During playback, press the
DISPLAY button to view the current track number for a short moment before returning to
the clock display.
Pause playback
Press the II button to pause the playback. The track number will flash. Press this button
again to resume playback.
Stop playback
Press the El button to stop playback. Press the DIIbutton to start playback from the first track.
Search function
Skip to the next/ previous track
1. Press the Pl button to skip to the next track.
2. Press the | button once to skip to the beginning of the current track. Press it twice to
skip to the previous track.
Search within a track
During playback, hold down the 144 or PP button to go fast backwards or forwards. Release
the button when you reach the desired point. Normal playback will resume from that point.
Repeat/Random playback
During playback, press the REP/RAN button repeatedly to select the playback mode in the
following sequence:
Repeat One (REP indicator flashes), Repeat All (REP indicator lights up), Random,
Normal.
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Programmed playback
In CD mode, you can program up to 20 tracks.
1. In stop mode, press the PROG button. The program number “P01” will be displayed for
a short moment and then “00” flashes.
2. Press the [4d / PP button to select the track number. р Г) 1
3. Press the PROG button to confirm. U |
4, Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to program the other tracks. ñ ‘a
5. To start programmed play, press the PI button. UU
6. To clear the program, press the EN button or open/close the CD 7 TN
compartment or go to standby mode.
Care and maintenance
MAINTENANCE
To clean the unit, unplug it and wipe off dust and stains with a soft cloth moistened with a mild
soap and water solution only. Do not use benzene, thinner or similar chemicals to clean the
unit.
Cleaning CD discs
If the music skips or does not play, the disc may need cleaning. Before playback, wipe the disc
from the center out with a clean cloth. After use, store the disc in its case.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product, please
note that waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household
waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your local authority or
retailer for recycling advice (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Directive).
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problems
Recommendations
1. The player or
display does not
work properly.
Press the ON/STANDBY O button to go to standby mode
and press it again to turn on the unit.
Reset the unit by unplugging the AC power cord for few
seconds, then plug it back in.
sound in radio
mode.
2.1 Place the disc with the label side facing up.
2 The disc does not 2.2 Ensure that the disc is free from scratches and fingerprints.
la 2.3 Check that the discs/file formats are compatible; refer to
pay “TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS”.
2.4 Clean the disc.
3. Noise or distorted 3.1 FM mode: extend and position the FM antenna to achieve
the best reception.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
CD
Compatible discs and files CD, CD-R/RW, CD-DA
Radio
Tuning range FM: 87.5 — 108 MHz
Antenna FM: telescopic antenna
General
Output power (RMS) 2x 1.2 W
Power consumption 14 W
Speakers 2.25" diameter, 8 Ohm impedance
Power source AC 230V ~ 50Hz
Dimensions 100 (H) x 165 (W) x 207 (D) mm
Weight 1.2 Kg
Note: Due to continuing improvements, the technical specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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