PCD-3200 SENCOR ENG IB

PCD-3200 SENCOR ENG IB
SENCOR
SPT 105
PORTABLE CD BOOMBOX WITH
ANALOGUE AM/FM RADIO
CASSETTE RECORDER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
EN Disposal of Used Electrical 4 Electronic Equipment
The meaning of the symbol on the ргоанс!, lts accessory or packaging Indicates that this product shall not be
treated as household waste. Please, dispose of this equipment at your applicable collection point for the
recyciing of electrical € electronic equipments waste. In the European Union and Other European countries
which there are separate collection systoms for used electrical and electronic product. By ensuring the correct
disposal of this product, you will help prevent potentially hazardous to the environment and to human health,
which could otherwise be caused by unsuitable waste handling of this product. The recyciing of materials will
help conserve natural resources. Please do not therefore dispose of your old electrical and electronic
equipment with your household waste. For more defalled Information about recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read this instruction and safety manual carefully before use. Keep this manual in a safe place for further
reference.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this EXPLANATION OF GRAPHIC SYMOBOLS.
product to rain or moisture.
The lighining symbol inside an equilateral
HARZARD WARNING triangle warms the user of the presence insida the
product of uninsulated hazardous alsctric
voltages powerful enough to represent an
electrocution risk.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION. TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHO
NEVER REMOVE THE COVER. THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN
NQ USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS. ONLY QUALIFIED
REPAIR TECHNICIANS SHOULD WORK ON THIS
EQUIPMENTS.
The exclamation mark symbol Inside an
ullaterai tria wams the user that
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operating an servicing. ffroubleshooling)
instructions are contained documentation
accompanying the
HAZARD WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT CAUTIONS
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
APPAREIL A LASER DE CLASSE! WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS
PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE1 DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE
TO BEAM.
This product contains a low-power emitter.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
To ensure safe use of this product, please folfow the Condensation
advice below: e Water droplets or condensation may from inside it is
Positioning moved Into a very warm, humid atmosphere.
® Do not use the product in extremely hot, cold, dusty
or damp condition. ® Condensation can cause the product to malfunction.
e Place the product on a smooth, flat surface. e Leave the sel in a warm room for 1 to 2 hours fo айс
{he condensation to evaporate.
e Do not obstruct the flow of alr through the product.
Place If on a well-ventilated position; do not cover In the event of a problem, unplug the power cord and
with fabric or stand on a rug or carpet.
Power supply
e Before using this product, check that its rated
voltage matches your mains power supply voltage.
Safety Instructions
® Never pull on the power cord when plugging in or un-
plugging the pra uct: always use the plug pulling the
co could amage it and create a risk of electric
shock.
e Un Jug the product from the mains socket if you do
not intend fo use it for an extended period.
® The On/Off button does not isolate the product from
the power supply. To disconnect the product from the
mains power supply, you must unplug the power cord.
6 This product should only be used in a horizontal
position.
Owner’s record
contact a qualified repair technician.
Ventilation precautions
e Neverobsiruct the product's ventilation holes.
Warning concerning liquids
e Do not allow liquids to splash or spifl onto the product,
and never stand a liquid-filled container (vease, jar,
gic.)on the top of If.
Warning concerning excessive sound levels
e Owing to this product's extremely low noise output
and extended dynamic range, the user may be
tempted to turn up the volume louder than necessary.
® The sound output may be excessively high, to the
oint of damaging the product's headphones or
oudspeaker. Always Keep the volume within
reasonable fimils.
For your convenience, record the mode! number and serial number for future reference.
Model
Serial number:
ENG-1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This product is designed for use in moderate climate. Do not use or install this unit where it would be
exposed fo direct sunlight or in extremely hot temperatures, or near a radiator, stove or appliance that
produces heat.
Do not take this unit into the bathroom, or near a swimming pool. Do not use it where it would be exposed to
water, moisture, dripping or splashing.
No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, placed on the product.
No naked flame sources, such as lighted candies on the product.
If water gets inside the unit, Unplug the power cord from the supply socket and consult your dealer.
Do not handle the power cord with wet hands. To avoid electric shock, NEVER touch any internal parts.
Repairs/servicing should be left to qualified service personnel.
When connecting or disconnecting from the mains supply, hold the plug but not the cord. Pulling the cord
may damage it and is dangerous.
Do not drop the unit, spill liquid into it or allow objects to fall in it.
When plugged in, a very small current will flow. To save electricity and for safe, it is recommended that the
product is completely disconnected with the AC mains socket after the unit not used for a long time.
Consult your nearest dealer when damage, disconnection or contact failure is found with the cord.
Do not bend the cord sharply, pull or twist it.
Do not modify the power cord in any manner.
Do not insert any metallic object in the unit.
Unplug the power cord when there is the possibility of lighting.
Mains plug is used as the disconnecting device. It shall remain readily operable and should not be
obstructed during intended used.
To be completely disconnected the apparatus from supply mains, the mains plug of the apparatus
shall be disconnected from the mains socket outlet completely.
In case of malfunction due to electrostatic discharge, just reset the product reconnect of power source
may be required to resume normal operation.
POSITIONING THE UNIT
A minimum distance of 6 INCHES must be kept to provide sufficient ventilation.
Do not place the product in closed bookcases or racks without proper ventilation.
Allow adequate ventilation for the unit ventilation. It should not be impeded by covering the ventilation
openings with items such as newspapers, table cloths, curtains etc.
Do not stand it on a thick pile carpet, install it in a thick pile carpet, or install it in a place with inadequate air
flow. Place the unit on a flat even surface.
Do not use the unit in excessively hot, cold, dusty, damp or humid place.
Condensation may form inside the CD player if the unit is left anywhere warm and damp, or if you move the
unit from somewhere cold to a warm room. In this case, let the unit stand for 1-2 hours or gradually increase
the room temperature that the unit will be dry before use.
ENG-2
SAFETYPRECAUTIONS
® Do not place it where it could be subject to vibration.
® Do not place it where it could be magnetised by a magnet or speaker. Since there are magnets, do not place
tapes as recorded data could be erased.
e When this unit is used near a TV, the TV picture could be distorted. If this happens, move the unit away form
the TV. If the situation could not be solved, avoid using the unit when the TV is turned on.
e Keep the CD door closed so the lens is not contaminated by dust. Do not touch the lens.
® Mains plug is used as the disconnect device. It shall remain readily operable and should not be
obstructe during intended use. To be completely disconnected the apparatus from supply mains, the
main plug of the apparatus shall be disconnected from the mains socket outlet completely.
® Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
e Warning: excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
e Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
SAFETY MECHANISM
e This unit incorporates a safety Interlock mechanism that switches the laser beam on and off, when the disc
holder is open, the laser baser beam stops automatically.
ENG-3
FUNCTIONS AND CONTROLS FUNCTIONS AND CONTROLS
Front panel FRONT AND TOP PANEL REAR PANEL
E E A, 1. SPEAKER 19. STEREO HEADPHONE JACK
RAE PTS - connect for the 3.5mm stereo headphone.
"CCE 2. CASSETTE COMPARTMENT
== A / 20. AC POWER SUPPLY
CF > © | A ) 3. РВОСВАМ - power supply cord connection.
CD: programming and control of programmed track 21. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
- opening of the battery compartment.
4. NEXT
CD: skips tracks forward. 22. TELESCOPIC ANTENNA
- improvement of FM reception.
5. STOP
CD: stops CD playback or delete a program.
6. DISPLAY
- display of CD functions.
7. DIAL POINTER WINDOW
- shows AM/FM frequency.
8. FMSTEREOINDICATOR
- display of FM stereo indications.
Top panel
9. PLAY/PAUSE
CD: start or pauses CD playback.
10. BACK
CD: skips tracks backward.
11. REPEAT
CD: repeat a track/CD/program.
12. BAND SELECTOR (AM*FM+FM ST.
- frequency band selection: AM, or FM ST.
13. TUNING KNOB
- AM/FM/FM ST. stations selector.
14. CASSETTE RECORDER KEYS
PAUSE - interrupts recording or playback.
STOP/EJECT - stops the tape; opens the cassette
compartment.
FWD/REW - forwards/rewinds the tapo.
PLAY - starts playback.
RECORD - start recording.
15. CD DOOR
- CD compartment door open/close mark
(OPEN/CLOSE).
16. VOLUME CONTROL
- sound level control.
Rear panel
17. FUNCTION SELECTOR
- source selection CD, RADIO or TAPE and power off.
18. HANDLE
ENG-4 ENG-5
POWER SUPPLY
If you would like, the electrical power supply can be used to save the batteries. Make sure that the unit is
unplugged from the wall outlet before inserting the batteries.
USING THE DC POWER SUPPLY
Batteries (not included)
Open the battery compartment and insert 6 R14 batteries with respect to the "+" and "-" polarity indications
in the compartment.
mportant:
When replacing the batteries, make sure you dispose of the old batteries in accordance with applicable
regulations. They should be disposed of in a location specifically designated for that purpose so they can
be recycled safely and without posing any risk for the environment. Do not burn or bury them.
Incorrect use of the batteries may result in electrolyte leakage having a corrosive effect in the
compartment.
® Do not mix different types of batteries: do not use alkaline batteries with saline batteries, for example.
only use batteries of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
e Do not mix old and new batteries when inserting new ones.
e [fthe unitis not to be used for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from the unit.
® Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
e Warning: excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
USING THEAC POWER SUPPLY
1.
Make sure that the voltage indicated on the manufacturer's nameplate in the battery compartment
corresponds to the voltage supplied by your electrical installation. If this is not the case, consult your
dealer or service center.
2. Connect the electrical power cable the unit then plug it into the wall outlet. The wall outlet must be
located near the product and be easily accessible.
3. To turn power to the apparatus off, unplug the power supply cable from the wall outlet.
4. To protect the unit during violent thunderstorms, unplug the power supply cable from the wall outlet.
ENG-6
GENERAL OPERATION
GENERAL OPERATION
1. Select the source by setting the FUNCTION SELECTOR to CD, TAPE(OFF) or RADIO.
2. $etthe desired volume level using the VOLUME CONTROL.
3. Toturnoffthe unit, set the FUNCTION SELECTOR to OFF.
RADIO RECEPTION
1. $Setthe FUNCTION SELECTOR to RADIO.
2. Position the BAND SELECTOR on the desired band: AM, FM or FMST.
3. Turn the TUNING KNOB to search for the desired station.
NOTE: The FM stereo indicator comes on if the BAND SELECTOR is set on FM stereo and you have tuned
the radio to an FM stereo station.
4. Adjust VOLUME CONTROL for the desired volume level.
5. When you have finished listening to the radio, position the FUNCTION SELECTOR to OFF to turn the
unit off.
Helpful hints:
To improve radio reception
e To listen to the FM radio, extend the telescopic antenna and orient it for optimum reception. Reduce
the length of the antenna if the signal is too strong (if you are very near the transmitter, for example).
e As the unit is equipped with a built-in antenna, the telescopic antenna does not have fo be used to
listen to AM stations. Move the entire unit to orient the built-in antenna.
STEREQ HEADPHONE JACK
Plug stereo headphones (not included), equipped with a 3.5mm mini-plug, into the PHONES jack for private
listening, without disturbing those around you.
Reduce the VOLUME lo a low level before putting on the headphones. You can then adjust the VOLUME
progressively to a comfortable level.
ENG-7
CASSETTE RECORDER
CASSETTE PLAYBACK
. Adjustthe FUNCTION SELECTOR to TAPE(OFF).
Press STOP/EJECT to open the cassette compartment; and insert a cassette and close the cassette
compartment.
Press PLAY to start playback.
To pause playback, press PAUSE. To resume, press the key again.
To stop the tape, press STOP/EJECT button.
FAST FORWARDING/REWINDING
1. Press FWD or REW until you reach your desired passage.
2. Press STOP/EJECT to stop rewinding/fast forwarding.
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Helpful hints:
e The keys are automatically released at the end of a tape and the set is switched off (unless PAUSE
mode has been activated.)
e During fast forwarding/rewinding, the key will not be released at the end of a tape. To switch off the
sel, make sure the cassette keys are also released.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON RECORDING
e Recording is permissible in so far as copyright or other rights of third parties are infringed.
e This deck is not suitable for recording on CHROME (IEC Il) or METAL (IEC v) Уре cassettes. For
recording, use NORMAL type cassettes (IEC 1) on which the tabs have not been broken.
e The best recording level is set automatically. Altering the VOLUME control will not affect the recording
in progress.
e At the very beginning and end of the tape, no recording will take place during 7 seconds, when the
leader tape passes the recorder heads.
e To protect a tape from accidental erasure, have the tape in front of you and break out the left tab.
e Recording on this side is no longer possible. To record over this side agaín, cover the tabs with a piece
of adhesive tape.
RECORDING FROM RADIO
Tune to the desired radio station.
Press STOP/EJECT to open the cassette door.
insert a suitable cassette into the cassette deck and close the cassette door.
Press RECORD to start recording.
For brief interruptions, press PAUSE. To resume recording, press PAUSE again.
To stop recording, press STOP/PAUSE.
ECORDING FROM THE CD
Slide the FUNCTION SELECTOR to CD.
Insert the CD you want to record.
Insert a suitable cassette into the cassette deck and close the cassette door.
Press RECORD to start recording. The PLAY and RECORD buttons are depressed together.
Press CD PLAY/PAUSE button. The recording level is set automatically.
To stop recording, press the cassette STOP/PAUSE.
SORA ANUN
ENG-8
CD PLAYER OPERATION
CD PLAYBACK
The CD layer supports audio discs, CD-R and CD-RW. Do not attempt to read CD-ROM, CDi, VCDs, DVDs
or data $.
Note: Even if this portable radio-CD player is able to read CD-R and CD-RW discs, in addition to conventional
compact discs, it is not possible to offer a 100% guarantee that all CD-R/RW discs can be read; playback
depends on the quality and condition of the blank discs that you use, among other things. A playback failure
does not necessarily indicate that the unit is malfunctioning.
Position the FUNCTION SELECTOR on CD (the display unit briefly displays - - -).
To open the CD player door, raise it by the corner marked OPEN/CLOSE.
insert a CD, CD-R or CD-RW disc, printed surface facing upwards and gently press the CD player door
o close it.
1
2
3
4 Start playback by pressing PLAY/PAUSE.
5. Press PLAY/PAUSE to interrupt or resume playback.
6. To stop CD playback, press STOP.
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e
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OTE: CD playback stops automatically when:
the CD compartment is opened;
the radio function is selected;
the CD is finished.
SELECTING A DIFFERENT TRACK
During playback, press NEXT or BACK on the unit or remote control unit to select a track.
o If you have selected a track number in Stop or Pause mode, press PLAY/PAUSE to resume playback.
o Briefly press NEXT to pass to the next track or press NEXT several times until the desired track
number appears in the display.
o Briefly press BACK to return to the start of the current track.
o Press BACK several times to find a previous track.
SEARCHING FOR A PASSAGE ONA TRACK
1. Press and hold BACK or NEXT to read the track in fast forward mode at reduced volume.
2. When you have found the desired passage, release the BACK or NEXT button(normal playback
resumes automatically).
REPEAT
Repeat: playback of the current track continuously.
Repeat all: playback of the entire CD continuously.
Up to 20 tracks can be programmed in any order. If desired, a given track can be programmed more than
once.
1. in STOP mode, press BACK or NEXT to select a track.
2. When the desired track number appears, press the PROG button once to record the track (the display
unit displays "prog", briefly followed by the track number selected).
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to select and program the desired tracks.
4. To start playback of your programmed tracks, press PLAY/PAUSE.
PROGRAM CHECK
In STOP mode, press the PROG. button. (the display unit displays the track numbers in the order
programmed).
DELETING A PROGRAM
Perform the following operations to delete the memory:
o Open the CD door;
e Select the RADIO source;
e Press STOP once.
ENG-9
MAINTENANCE & SAFETY
TAPE DECK MAINTENANCE
Tape deck maintenance.
To ensure quality recording and playback of the tape deck, clean part A, B
and C shown in the diagram below after approx. 50 hours of operation, or
on average 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 door by pressing STOP/EJECT.
2. Press PLAY and clean the rubber pressure rollers C.
3. gress PAUSE and clean the magnetic heads A and also the Capstan
4. After cleaning, press STOP/EJECT.
Note: Cleaning of the heads can also be done by playing a cleaning
cassette through once.
CD PLAYER AND CD HANDLING
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL MAINTENANCE
e hace the unit on a hard and plane surface to ensure that it does not
ip over.
e Do not expose the unit, batteries or the CDs to humidity, rain, sand or
an excessive source of heat from a heater or direct sun ight.
e No not open the apparatus. A gap of at least 15 cm must be kept
between the ventilation openings and the surrounding surfaces in
order to ensure sufficient ventilation and avoid all accumulation of
eat.
e The unit's mechanism features self-lubricating bearings and thus do
not require grease or lubrication.
e Use a soft and dry cloth to clean the unit. Never use cleaning agents
containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene or abrasives, which may
damage the cabinet.
CLEANING CDs
® Use a soft and clean cloth to wipe away fingerprints or dust from the surface of the disc.
® Wipe in a straight motion from the center to the edge. Very small dust particles and slight smudges
have absolutely no effect on the sound quality.
e Never use chemical products such as sprays for conventional (vinyl) records, anti-static aerosols,
benzene or thinners to ciean your CDs.
e Toreduce the risk of scratches, always store CDs in their case when not used.
e Do not expose CDs to direct sunlight, high humidity or excessively high temperatures for long periods
of time.
e Never write or affix labels to the CD's surfaces.
CLEANING THE LENS
If the lens is dirty, the sound may skip and the CD may not be read correctly. Open the CD door and clean
the lens as follows:
e Unplug the power cord.
e Dustordry particles:
Blow on the lens several times using a camera lens brush, then wipe it gently with the brush to remove
the dust. Then blow again on the lens.
® Fingerprints:
If you are unable to clean the lens with the camera lens brush, use a dry cotton swab to clean the
surface, from the center to the outside.
ENG-10
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUB LESHOOTING
If a problem occurs, check the points below before taking the apparatus in for repair.
Do not open the apparatus to prevent all risk of electrocution.
If you are unable to solve a problem using the indications provided below, contact your dealer or after-sales
service center.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you attempt to repair the apparatus yourself; doing so will void
the guarantee.
® Problem
и Solution
NO SOUND/ELECTRIC POWE NO INFORMATION DISPLAYED ABOUT THE DISC
e The volume is not properly set. e No CD inthe player.
m Adjust the volume. m Inserta CD, CD-Ror CD-RW in the player.
e The electrical power cord is not plugged in The CD is scratched or very dirty.
correctly. ; m Replace/clean CD. See Maintenance.
m Check the power cord connections.
e The laserlens is covered with condensation.
® The batteries are dead/not inserted correctly. m Wait until condensation disappears from the
m Check the installation and charge of the lens.
batteries.
The CD-R is blank or the disc is not finalized.
©
THE DISPLAY UNIT DOES NOT FUNCTION = Use a finalized CD-R.
e Electrostatic discharge.
m Turn the unit off and disconnect it. Plug it back in L ELD = OT READ d or very dirty
f ds later.
a lew seconds ater m Replace/clean CD. See Maintenance.
POOR CASSETTE SOUND QUALILTY
e Dust and dirty on the head, etc.
m Clean deck parts etc. , See Maintenance.
® The laserlens is covered with condensation.
Wait until condensation disappears from the
lens.
e dee, of Incompatible cassette types (METAL or THE CD SKIP TRACKS
® Only use NORMAL (IEC 1) for recording. ® The CDs scratched or dirty.
m Replace/clean CD. See Maintenance.
RECORDING DOES NOT WORK
® (Cassette tab(s) may be broken.
EH Apply a piece of adhesive tape over the missing
e Aprogram sequence us activated.
E Exitfhe programming mode(s).
tab space.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply : AC 230V - 50Hz
: DC 9V— 6 x UM-2/R14 batteries (not included)
Power consumption : 12 Watts
Dimensions of unit : 260(L) x 225(W) x 160(H) mm
Weight : 2.09 kgs
: FM 88 to 108MHz
Output power (RMS) :2x 1.2WRMS
Speaker :8 Ohms
Headphone :9 3.5mm
(The technical characteristics are liable to change without notice)
ENG-11
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