functions accessories supplied
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ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED
FUNCTIONS
Adapter cable for
cigarette lighter
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Stereo earphones
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Audio adapter cassette
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LINE OUT Connecting cable
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Pouch
Velcro fastener
Operating instructions
PHONE
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INSERTING BATTERIES / RECHARGING RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
IN THE CD PLAYER
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(side of unit): Charge display
10 STOP
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(side of unit): HOLD key lock
11 PLAY/PAUSE Playback/pause
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PROGRAM Programming function
12 LINE OUT Connecting jack
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MODE Playback function
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ESP Anti shock
13 CHARGE ON - OFF:
Charge rechargeable batteries
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BBS Bass adjustment
14 VOLUME Volume control
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LCD Display
15 PHONE Headphone jack
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SKIP/SEARCH Search function backward
16 DC 4.5 V Connecting jack (mains adapter)
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SKIP/SEARCH Search function forward
17 OPEN CD Open CD compartment
Open the lid of the battery
compartment of the CD Player.
Batteries
Inserting the batteries Insert two
batteries R6/LR6 "AA" (not supplied)
while observing the polarity. The
negative pole connects to the spring!
Batteries
Close the battery compartment again.
During battery operation, the CHARGE button must be switched OFF!
While charging normal batteries, there is an EXPLOSION HAZARD!
Recharging rechargeable batteries:
Insert two NiCd rechargeable batteries 1.2 V as described above.
Connect the mains adapter.
Rechargeable batt.
Rechargeable batt.
Turn ON the CHARGE button on the device. The
charge display flashes.
After some 15 hours the discharged rechargeable
batteries are fully charged.
Turn OFF the CHARGE button.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Portable
CD Player
MD 40983
Please read and observe the safety instructions to avoid health risk during use as intended. Improper connection
of the device may damage the device or peripheral equipment.
GENERAL
Keep these operating instructions always at hand.
Heed all warnings labelled onto the device and specified in the operating instructions.
Do not allow children to play with electrical equipment without supervision.
AMBIENT CONDITIONS
Protect the device against humidity and heat.
Make sure that no foreign bodies or fluids get into the device.
Do not expose the device to dripping water or splash water.
Take care that the ventilation of the power supply unit is not obstructed by objects such as curtains.
POWER SUPPLY
Connect the mains adapter always to a mains socket 230 V ~ 50 Hz which is easily accessible.
The DC output of the mains adapter must be connected exclusively to the DC input jack of the device.
Use only the mains adapter supplied. Never attempt to connect the mains adapter to other jacks, as this could lead to
serious damage.
CHARGING OPERATION
Only charge NiCd batteries of size R6/ LR6/ AA.
Never attempt to recharge non-chargeable batteries (explosion hazard!).
CAR CONNECTION
When connecting the car adapter, observe the voltage and polarity indicated.
The car adapter supplied should only be used with a fuse T 1A L.
CD PLAYER
The CD player is a Class 1 laser product.
The unit is equipped with a safety system preventing the emergence of dangerous laser beams
during operation as intended. Never manipulate or damage the safety system of the device to avoid
any eye injuries.
MALFUNCTIONING
If the mains adapter, the connection cable or the device is damaged, unplug the mains adapter from the mains socket
immediately.
Under no circumstances should you attempt to open or repair this device on your own.
Refer all servicing to our Service Centre or another qualified service shop.
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Medion Electronics Ltd.
120 Faraday Park • Faraday Road
Dorcan • Swindon SN3 5JF • Wilts.
Hot-Line 0870 7270370
Fax 01793 715716
E-Mail: hotline@medion.co.uk
Operating Instructions
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Defective NiCd rechargeable batteries and discharged batteries should not be disposed of with household
waste, but at the designated collection points.
When using the Velcro fastener, make sure that the adhesive surfaces are clean and dry.
No liability can be assumed for any possibly occurring damage when removing the self-adhesive
Velcro fastener.
Please unfold!
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
OPERATING MODES
Battery operation ..................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Operation with rechargeable NiCd batteries .................................................................................................................................4
Charging of NiCd batteries in unit 6 ................................................................................................................................................... 4
Battery indicator ....................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Operation via mains adapter ......................................................................................................................................................................4
Operation via external audio system ...................................................................................................................................................4
Earphones/headphones connection ................................................................................................................................................ 4
Operation in the car ...........................................................................................................................................................................................5
CD OPERATION
Inserting/removing a CD ................................................................................................................................................................................5
Playback .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................5
PAUSE – STOP .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
SKIP/SEARCH Track skip - fast search function ....................................................................................................................6
MODE functions ...................................................................................................................................................................................................6
Repeating one track of the CD .................................................................................................................................................................6
Repeating all tracks of the CD .................................................................................................................................................................6
Track intro play function - "INTRO" ........................................................................................................................................................6
Random playback - "SHUFFLE".. ............................................................................................................................................................7
PROGRAM – programming the playback sequence of tracks........................................................................................7
ESP-function (anti shock) ............................................................................................................................................................................7
BBS – bass amplifier .........................................................................................................................................................................................7
HOLD – key lock............ .......................................................................................................................................................................................7
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
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O P E R AT I N G M O D E S
BATTERY OPERATION
Insert two 1.5 V mignon cells R6/LR6 (not included in the scope of delivery) in the battery compartment (see
page 4). Mind the polarity. Your CD Player is now ready for operation.
OPERATION WITH RECHARGEABLE NiCd BATTERIES
Insert 2 nickel-cadmium batteries (not included in scope of delivery), observing the correct polarity. Pay attention
to the notes on page 4!
CHARGING OF NiCd BATTERIES IN UNIT
To charge the batteries, exclusively use the included mains adapter. Connect the mains adapter to the CD player
and an easily accessible mains socket 230 V ~ 50 Hz. The charging operation starts and the red charging LED
at the side of the unit lights during the charging. After some 15 hours the rechargeable batteries are fully
charged. – After the charging process, disconnect the mains adapter from the mains socket and the DC plug
from the input jack.
BATTERY INDICATOR
If the indicator
starts flashing, the capacity of the batteries or rechargeable
batteries will be exhausted soon.
OPERATION VIA MAINS ADAPTER
Connect the mains adapter to the CD player and an easily accessible mains socket 230 V ~ 50 Hz. Your CD
player is now ready for operation.
OPERATION VIA EXTERNAL AUDIO SYSTEM
You can connect your CD player to an external audio system such as the receiver of your stereo system to play
your CDs via this equipment.
Make sure to switch off the audio system prior to connecting the CD player.
Connect the LINE OUT cable with the LINE OUT jack of your CD player and the CD or AUX jacks of the audio
system.
EARPHONES/HEADPHONES CONNECTION
Turn the VOLUME control to minimum and connect the stereo earphones to the PHONE jack. Now adjust the
volume according to your wishes.
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S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
OPERATION IN THE CAR
Connect the adapter cable for the cigarette lighter to the DC input jack of the CD player. Connect the cigarette
lighter adapter to the cigarette lighter. Then, you connect the audio adapter cassette to the PHONE jack of the
CD player and insert the adapter cassette into the cassette compartment. Make sure during installation that
the adapter cassette is correctly clicked into position in the cassette compartment. Turn your car radio to cassette
playback.
VOLTAGE SUPPLY
Mains adapter
Input:
230 V ~ 50 Hz
Output:
4.5 V o 500 mA
Output power:
2.25VA
Model no.:
CSD0450600G
In individual cases, problems might occur during the operation of the adapter cassette. In this
case, please contact our Service Centre.
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BATTERY OPERATION
DC- input jack
Adapter for
cigarette lighter
2 x 1.5 V mignon cells R6/LR6
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2 x 1.2 V NiCd
rechargeable batteries
3.5 mm jack connector, stereo
LINE OUT:
3.5 mm jack connector, stereo
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Audio adapter
cassette
Car cassette compartment
PHONE
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Please make sure that the adapter cassette is
correctly clicked into position in the cassette
compartment.
CONNECTING JACKS
Headphones:
PHONE
jack
DC IN 4.5V
C D O P E R AT I O N
INSERTING CD
Open the CD compartment by sliding the OPEN CD switch to the right. Insert a CD with the labelled side facing
upwards. Ensure that the CD is engaged.
CD PLAYER / LASER
Laser Class:
Wavelength
Close the CD compartment.
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Do not open the CD compartment while the CD is still playing or rotating.
Before opening, press the STOP
l = 788 nm
button twice.
Symbol
ESP
memory
PLAYBACK
p0 < 0.39 mW cw
DIN EN 60825-1 Ed. 2.1: 2001-08
PLEASE NOTE:
There are many non-standardised CD-recording procedures and copy protection
procedures now in use, and many different kinds of CD-R and CD-RW blanks.
Therefore in some cases read errors or read delays may be encountered. This
is not a defect of the device.
To switch on the device and start playback at the same time, press PLAY/PAUSE
Total number Total playback
. "- -" will start flashing for a few seconds in the display. Additionally, the
of tracks time of the CD
symbol for the 60 second memory will appear. Then the total number of the
ESP display
tracks and the total playback time will appear for a short time.
Playback then starts. The current track number and the actual playback time
already spent are shown in the display.
At the same time, the 60 second memory begins to fill for the anti shock function
(see "ESP FUNCTION", page 9). The display is filled with beams.
Adjust the volume through the volume control button VOLUME.
Subject to technical modifications.
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Current Playback time
track actually spent minutes: seconds
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RANDOM PLAYBACK - "SHUFFLE"
PAUSE – STOP
Press the MODE key four times during playback. SHUFF appears
in the display. After finishing the current track, each of the remaining
tracks will be played in random order.
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If you wish to briefly stop playback, press PLAY/PAUSE
the display of the playback time actually spent flashes. Press
PLAY/PAUSE
once more to start playback again.
Press the STOP button once for the stop mode. The total number of tracks and the total playback time
of the CD will appear in the display. Press the STOP , button twice to turn off the unit.
SHUFF
When pressing MODE four times during the stop mode, the
random playback is started by pressing PLAY/PAUSE. Stop the
function by pressing MODE once.
If no function keys are actuated within a period of 60 seconds during the stop mode, the CD player will
automatically be switched off.
PROGRAM - PROGRAMMING THE PLAYBACK SEQUENCE OF TRACKS
SKIP/SEARCH TRACK SKIP - FAST SEARCH FUNCTION
SKIP/SEARCH
You can programme up to 20 tracks for a playback sequence. To do this, the unit
must be in the stop mode (if necessary, press the STOP button once).
allows you to skip or search tracks.
To get to the beginning of the running track, press SKIP/SEARCH
SKIP/SEARCH
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. To get to the next track, press
To start the fast search function backward or forward, keep the SKIP/SEARCH
or
button pressed.
MODE FUNCTIONS
Press the PROG button. The programme indication "PROG" and the track number
00; as well as the sequence number stored 01 are displayed in the flashing mode.
PROG
Now, select with
or
the track to be played first. Press PROGRAM to store
the desired track under sequence number 01. Then sequence number 02 appears.
With
or
select the next track, etc.
Press PLAY/PAUSE to start playback of your stored tracks.
By repeatedly pressing the MODE button, you can activate 4 different playback modes:
Press MODE once: The current track is repeated. Press MODE twice: The complete CD is repeated.
The stored contents can be deleted either by switching off the unit or by opening the CD compartment.
Press MODE three times: "Intro" function. Press MODE four times: Random playback.
When pressing MODE a fifth time, you return to normal playback.
ESP FUNCTION (ANTI SHOCK)
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REPEATING ONE TRACK OF THE CD
The ESP function is provided to compensate vibration and ensure uninterrupted
playback also when moving the device ("ESP" - "Electronic Shock Protection"). Any
defects of the disc can, of course, not be compensated by this function.
Press the MODE key once during playback. The repeat symbol 1 appears in the
display. The current track is repeated over and over again.
Stop the function by pressing MODE four times.
ALL
REPEATING ALL TRACKS OF THE CD
Press the MODE key twice during playback. The repeat symbol ALL appears in the
display. The complete CD is repeated over and over again.
INTRO
During the stop mode, press the MODE button three times until INTRO appears in
the display. Then start the playback by pressing PLAY/PAUSE. The first ten seconds
of all tracks are now played in sequence.
If the INTRO function is activated during playback, it will start after finishing the current track.
Stop the function by pressing MODE twice.
When switching on the unit, the 60 second memory starts automatically to be filled.
The ESP display is blank at first. If the display is completely filled with beams, the
60 second memory has been charged.
NOTES: The ESP function should always be switched on when the device is moving.
If you do not require the memory, press ESP to switch it off and save battery charge.
Stop the function by pressing MODE three times.
TRACK INTRO PLAY FUNCTION "INTRO"
ESP memory
being filled
BBS - BASS AMPLIFIER
Actuate the BBS button to amplify basses. Press BBS once: single amplification. Press BBS twice: double
amplification. Press BBS three times: bass amplification off.
HOLD - KEY LOCK
If you want to prevent unintentional pressing of a button, set the key lock HOLD to the position ON. The
display shows Hold.
To release the key lock, set the switch to OFF.
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