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Declaración de conformidad con normas
| El que suscribe, en nombre y representación de.
Audio Creation Team Hong Kong, Division of
i Philips China Hong Kong Group Company Ltd.
declara, bajo su propia responsabilidad, que el
| equipo Combinación
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| modelo: CST 339
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"Objeto de esta declaracion, cumple con la
¡normativa siguiente. Reglamento sobre
| Perturbaciones Radioeléctricas,
ı Real Decreto 138/1989, Anexo V
|Hecho en Hong Kong, 18-06-1992
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Firma
Nombre. .CS Lau
¡Cargo Quality Assurance Manager
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CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Danmark
Typeskiltet findes pa bagsiden af apparaten.
Dette produkt overholder kravene til radio-
interferens af Europæisk Fællesskab.
Bemærk: Netafbryderen POWER er sekun-
deert indkoblet og afbryder ikke stremmen fra
nettet. Den indbyggede netdel er derfor til-
sluttet til Iysnettet sá lenge netstikket sidder 1
stikkontakten.
Advarsel: Usynlig laserudstraling ved abning
nar sikkerhetsafbrydere er ude af funktion.
Undgä udsættelse for sträling.
cn) Norge
Typeskilt finnes pá apparatens bakside.
Observer: Nettbryteren POWER er sekundert
innkoplet. Den innebygde netdelen er derfor
ikke frakoplet nettet sà lenge apparatet er til-
sluttet nettkontakten.
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Language Index
| , Installation / Controls... ireeeiaanas 4
¡English neRREEESsscusasas 4 Amplifier / TUner............. en eaan aeneeees 5
| Compact Disc player 6
| Cassette deckS reset res 7
| lllustrations 52, 53 Maintenance... .........e enim erre ea g
Francais....................10
Mise en service / Organes de commande .10
Amplificateur / TURES eee ен 11
Lecteur de disques compacts .................... 12
Platines cassette ... ...........—_—_——s. 13
| lllustrations 52, 53 Entretien.......... e mean neenene reos 15
"Deutsch 1 6 Inbetriebnahme / Bedienungselemente .....16
| ceenmeERemausEmsuene Verstärker / Tuner... nenes 17
| 05 | eneenenee eee 18
| Cassettenlaufwerke 19
; Abbildungen 52, 53 Wæartung und Pflege 21
In gebruik nemen / Bedieningsorganen......22 |
| Nederlands einen 22 Versterker / Tuner... ee 23
| Compact Disc-speler 24
CassettedeckS uur, 25
¡ Mustraties 52, 53 Onderhoud nr naaa 27
m Antes de usarlo / MandOS esse 28
Espanol rene 28 Amplificador / Sintonizador ........................ 29
Reproductor de discos compactos ............... 30
Magnetófonos ....................eriininereresneraeeees 31
Ilustraciones, 52, 53 Conservación. nanenaraaoneneen ne eenanoe orar enraneneneeeo 33
Installazione / Organi di comando............... 34
Italiano penado BA Amplificatore / Sintonizzatore ..................... 35
Lettore di Compact Disc.......................... 36
Tape deck.....................eeiiiimias ee eranane reee 37
iMustrazioni . 52, 3 Manutenzione...................... ee... nacen enero 39
Installation / Kontroller............................... 40
Svenska cananea AO Fôrstärkare / Tuner 41
Compact Disc-spelare 42
KassettdäcK …….…..….…......…crriecnenneencenees 43
Figurer ....D2, 53 Underhall penocacaneneranen ener arene nee n nena acen ana aneeeee 45
Asennus / Sástimet crénsmaaseasencennernesrran cena cue 46
Suomi...............—.....A6 Vahvistin / Viritin nene 47
Compact Disc -soitin …………………………….…………….…… 48
Kasettidekit…….……………….…e 49
Kuvat 52,53 — Hoito… eee 51 |
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INSTALLATION
* Remove all packaging material.
e Unpack all parts
MAINS VOLTAGE SETTING
Check that the type plate at the rear of the
unit indicates the correct mains voltage.
e Consult your dealer 1f this 1s not the case.
CONNECTIONS (fig. 2)
Only insert the mains plug into the wall
socket if the loudspeakers are connected!
A EXT. ANT.
For FM cable service or outdoor aerial
(750) Also for the auxihary aerial supplied;
aim this for optimum reception.
B AUXINRL
For the audio output of a TV or other
equipment.
C OL.Ch O ando R.ChO
For the loudspeaker enclosures. Attach the
loudspeaker cables to the unit (fig. 3). Left
loudspeaker: connect the wire marked with
a colour or rib to terminal O L.Ch, the
unmarked wire to terminal L.Ch O. Right
loudspeaker. connect the marked wire to
terminal R.Ch O, the unmarked wire to
terminal O R Ch.
D Mains lead
Important note for users in the U.K.:
Mains Plug
This apparatus 1s fitted with an approved
moulded 13 Amp plug.
To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as
follows:
o Remove fuse cover and fuse.
o Fix new fuse which should be a BS13625
A.A.S.T.A or BSI approved type.
e Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug 1s 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 5A. If a plug without a fuse is
used, the fuse at the distribution board should not
be greater than 5A.
Note : The severed plug must be destroyed to
avoid a possible shock hazard should it
be inserted into a 13A 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:
e Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked
N or coloured black.
e Connect the brown wire to the terminal
marked L or coloured red.
e Do not connect either wire to the earth
terminal in the plug, marked E or < 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.
Warning: When this unit is not in use and also
before attempting internal examination,
remove the mains plug from the wall socket.
POSITIONING THE UNIT AND
LOUDSPEAKER ENCLOSURES
e Leave a space of several centimetres around
the unit for ventilation. Make sure that the
ventilation openings are kept clear.
e Determine the best loudspeaker position by
experimenting. Bass reproduction is amplified
by placing the enclosures in a corner. Placing
the enclosures behind furniture or curtains
has an unfavourable effect on treble
reproduction. Try to keep the arrangement as
symmetrical as possible, preferably at the
same height.
CONTROLS (fig. 1)
1 POWER
To switch the unit on and off.
2 Graphic equalizer
To set the tone colour:
— 100Hz: low;
— 500Hz: mid-low;
— 1kHz: mid-range;
— 3.3kHz: mid-high;
— 10kHz: high.
3 FM STEREO indicator
Lights up when an FM stereo station is
being received.
4 Radio tuning dial
5 TUNING
To tune to radio stations.
6 BALANCE
To set the stereo balance.
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7 VOLUME
To adjust the volume.
8 BAND
To select the waveband.
9 Source selection buttons
- CD: CD player;
- AUX: external sound source;
- RADIO. radio reception;
— TAPE: cassette
10 Cassette compartment TAPE 2
11 Controls TAPE 1 (recording and playback)
- REC to start recording;
- PLAY: to start playback;
- REW: fast rewind:
- F.F.: fast forward wind:
- STOP/EJ to stop recording, playback and
fast winding and to open the cassette
compartment,
— PAUSE: to interrupt recording and playback.
12 Controls TAPE 2 (playback only)
The same functions as the corresponding
buttons on TAPE 1.
13 CD controls
~ SHUFFLE: to play all tracks on a CD in
random order;
- INTRO: to playback the start of each track
onaCD;
- STOP/CLEAR: to stop playback/erasure of a
program;
- PLAY/PAUSE: to start and interrupt
playback,
- 1 SKIP" to return to the start of a track and
select a previous track;
— SKIP >: to select a next track;
- < SEARCH >: to search for a passage
during playback:
- PROGRAM: to program a CD:
~ +10: to select track numbers higher than 10
more quickly:
~ REPEAT: to repeat a track of a CD, the
whole CD or a program.
14 Display
To inform you of the functioning of the CD
player.
15 DISPLAY
To change the playing time information
when playing a CD.
16 PHONES
Connection for headphones (impedance 16-
50 ohms).
17 OPEN/CLOSE
To open and close the CD tray.
18 MIC
Connection for microphone.
19 CD tray
20 Cassette compartment TAPE 1
21 HSD/FM.mono (BEAT CUT)
- To reduce noise with weak stereo stations;
- To dub a cassette at high speed;
~ To suppress whistling noise in AM radio
recordings.
22 BASS BOOST
To set extra bass
AMPLIFIER
* Press POWER to switch the unit on.
* Press CD, AUX, RADIO or TAPE to select the
required sound source
- The corresponding LED lights up.
* Adjust the volume with VOLUME.
* Set the tone colour with the graphic
equalizer.
* For extra amplification of the bass when
listening to music press BASS BOOST.
* Set the stereo balance with BALANCE.
* Press POWER to switch the unit off.
Notes:
~ If you connect headphones, the loudspeakers
are switched off automatically.
- Puil the mains plug out of the wall socket if
you want to switch off the mans voltage
completely.
SOUND MIXING
By connecting a microphone, you can mix
speech or song with the sound of a cassette.
* Connect the microphone to the MIC bus.
* Insert the cassette in TAPE 1 or 2.
e Press TAPE.
* Press PLAY to start the cassette.
* Speak or sing into the microphone while the
cassette Is playing.
TUNER
* Press RADIO.
* Tune to the required station with TUNING.
— With FM stereo reception the FM STEREO
indicator lights up
e If the FM stereo reception 1S poor, set HSD/
FM-mono to æ ]
— The FM STEREO indicator goes out.
‚ COMPACT DISC PLAYER
PLAYING A CD
o Press CD.
e Press OPEN/CLOSE
~The CD tray will open.
o ace the CD in the tray, printed side up
(fig. 4).
e Press OPEN/CLOSE again.
- The CD tray wil close
- After the CD has been scanned the display
will show the number of tracks and the
playing time of the CD.
~ The number indicator 1-15 will also show the
number of tracks on the CD. lf it has more
than 15 tracks, the indication OVER will also
be lit
e Press PLAY/PAUSE
-[> will appear on the display and play will
start.
- The display will show constantly which track
IS being played, together with its elapsed
playing time
— As play proceeds, the numbers of the
indicator 1-15 will extinguish in turn.
However, If the CD has more than 15 tracks,
the indicatron OVER will remain ht
— Play will stop after the last track.
- The display will show the number of tracks
and the playing time of the CD.
CHANGING THE PLAYING TIME
INFORMATION
* Press DISPLAY if you want to see the
remaining playing time of the CD instead of
the elapsed playing time of a track.
* Press DISPLAY again if you want to see the
number of tracks and playing time of the CD.
* Press DISPLAY once more if you want to
return to the number and elapsed playing
time of a track
GOING BACK TO THE START OF A TRACK
DURING PLAY
* Press kK SKIP once.
~The track will start playing aga.
SELECTING ANOTHER TRACK
DURING PLAY
e Press I< SKIP twice or SKIP > once and
repeat until the required track number
appears on the display.
— Shortly after this the selected track will start
to play.
SEARCHING FOR A PASSAGE
DURING PLAY
e Keep K pressed in order to search in the
direction of the start.
* Keep > pressed in order to search in the
direction of the end.
While searching the sound 1s audible speeded
up. If you release the button, play will be
resumed.
STARTING WITH A PARTICULAR TRACK
e Press CD.
e Insert the CD and press OPEN/CLOSE to
close the CD tray.
e Wait until the display shows the number of
tracks and the playing time of the CD.
e Press SKIP > until the required track number
appears on the display.
- Play will start with the selected track
Note: To speed up the selection of a track
number higher than 10, press +10 ance before
using SKIP >|
PLAYING IN RANDOM ORDER
* Press CD.
e Insert the CD and press OPEN/CLOSE to
close the CD tray.
e Wait until the display shows the number of
tracks and the playing time of the CD.
e Press SHUFFLE.
—The display will show SHUFFLE and >.
— All the tracks will be played in a sequence to
be determined by the unit.
— Play will stop after the last track.
— The display will show the number of tracks
and the playing time of the CD.
SCANNING ACD
* Press CD.
e Insert the CD and press OPEN/CLOSE to
close the CD tray.
e Wait until the display shows the number of
tracks and the playing time of the CD.
e Press INTRO.
~The display will show INTRO and >>.
— You will now hear the first 10 seconds of
each track.
e Press PLAY/PAUSE if you want to hear a
track completely.
— INTRO will go out.
REPEATING A TRACK OR CD
* Press REPEAT once to repeat the track which
IS playing.
~The display will show REPEAT.
* Press REPEAT twice to repeat the whole CD
~The display will show REPEAT ALL.
* To stop the repeat function press REPEAT for
the third time.
— REPEAT ALL will go out.
INTERRUPTING PLAY
* Press PLAY/PAUSE.
— The display will show 01.
* Press PLAY/PAUSE agam if you want to
resume play.
—00 will go out
STOPPING PLAY
* Press STOP/CLEAR if you only want to stop.
* Press OPEN/CLOSE if you want to stop and
remove the CD.
PROGRAMMING
For each CD you can store up to 16 tracks in
any desired order in a program.
* Press CD.
* Insert the CD and press OPEN/CLOSE to
close the CD tray.
* Wait until the display shows the number of
tracks and the playing time of the CD.
* Press PROGRAM.
— The display will show PROGRAM and P-01.
* Press SKIP > until the first track number
required appears on the display. Use +10 for
faster selection of track numbers higher than
10.
* Press PROGRAM again to store the selected
track number.
— You will now see P-02.
* Select the remaining track numbers required
and store them by pressing PROGRAM after
each one.
* Press PLAY/PAUSE.
” — Play will start with the first track of the
program.
— When all tracks have been played, the display
Will show the number of tracks and the
playing time of the program.
Checking a program
(Only possible if the CD is not playing!)
* Press SKIP > until all the tracks stored,
together with their program number, have
appeared on the display.
Erasing a track number from a program
(Only possible if the CD is not playing!)
* Press SKIP > or < SKIP until the track
number you want to erase appears on the
display.
e Press PROGRAM.
— The displayed track number will be erased
and its program number will disappear.
Erasing a program
A program will be erased if you:
— press STOP/CLEAR when the CD 1s not
playing;
—open the CD tray;
— Switch over to another sound source;
— switch the unit off.
CASSETTE DECKS
GENERAL
— Recording is oniy possible with TAPE 1,
— Recording is permissible insofar as copyright
IS not infringed.
~ For U.K. only: Recording and Playback of
maternal may require consent. See 1956
Copyright Act and The Performer's Protection
Acts of 1958 to 1972.
~The tape in the cassette is secured at both
ends with leader tape. Thus at the beginning
and end of the cassette nothing will be
recorded for 5 to 6 seconds.
— For recording only use cassettes of IEC
type I.
~The recording volume 1s set automatically,
independent of the position of VOLUME.
— Each recording automatically erases any
previous recording. Accidental erasure can be
prevented by breaking the small tab on the
left on the back of the cassette (fig. 5).
This protection can be reversed with a piece
of adhesive tape.
— During recording, the TAPE 2 buttons should
not be pressed (except for PLAY during
dubbing).
— Store the cassettes at room temperature and
do not put them too close to the unit,
loudspeakers ora TV.
INSERTING THE CASSETTE
* Press STOP/EJ of TAPE 1 or TAPE 2.
— The cassette compartment will open.
* Insert the cassette in the compartment with
the open side downwards (fig. 6) and the full
spool on the left.
* Close the cassette compartment.
- RECORDING FROM TUNER, CD OR
| EXTERNAL SOUND SOURCE (TAPE 1)
e Insert a cassette in TAPE 1.
o Select the sound source by pressing RADIO,
CD or AUX.
* Press PAUSE
e Press REC; in doing so, PLAY 1s pressed too.
e Tune to the required station or start the CD
player or external sound source.
o Press PAUSE again to start the recording.
~ At the end of the cassette the tape will stop
and REC and PLAY will be released.
o For short interruptions press PAUSE. To
continue recording, press PAUSE again.
o Press STOP/EJ 1f you want to stop the
recording before the end of the cassette On
pressing agan, the cassette compartment
will open.
Note: If a whisthng noise occurs when making
AM radio recordings, this sound can be sup-
pressed by setting HSO/FM.mono = lor M2.
MICROPHONE RECORDING
* Connect the microphone to the MIC bus.
* Press TAPE.
Microphone only:
* Insert a cassette in TAPE 1.
e Press REC; in doing so, PLAY 1s pressed too.
* Speak or sing into the microphone.
* TO stop recording press STOP/EJ.
Mixing of microphone and cassette:
9 Insert the cassette containing music in
TAPE 2 and the empty cassette in TAPE 1,
both with the full spool on the left.
* Press PAUSE of TAPE 1.
* Press REC; in doing so, PLAY of TAPE 11s
pressed 100.
* Press PLAY of TAPE 2.
— PAUSE of TAPE 1 1s then released.
— The cassette in TAPE 2 starts playing.
* Speak or sing into the microphone while the
cassette is playing.
Voice and music will be mixed and recorded
on the cassette in TAPE 1.
* To stop recording, first press STOP/EJ of
TAPE 1 and then STOP/EJ of TAPE 2.
DUBBING CASSETTES
* Press TAPE.
e Insert the cassette to be dubbed in TAPE 2
and the empty cassette in TAPE 1, both with
the full spool on the left.
e Set the HSD/FM.mono button 10°
- M2 for normal-speed copying;
— m } for high-speed copying
Do not change the setting of this button
during dubbing.
e Press PAUSE of TAPE 1.
e Press REC; in doing so, PLAY of TAPE 11s
pressed too.
* Press PLAY of TAPE 2.
— PAUSE of TAPE 1 1s then released and
dubbing starts.
— By pressing PAUSE of TAPE 1, you can omit
undesired passages while TAPE 2 continues
To restart copying, press PAUSE of TAPE 1
once more.
~ Using PAUSE of TAPE 2, TAPE 1 will record a
blank part.
¢ To stop dubbing, first press STOP/EJ of
TAPE 1 and then STOP/EJ of TAPE 2.
PLAYBACK
Playback of one cassette
e Press TAPE.
e Insert the cassette in TAPE 1 or 2.
e Press PLAY to start playback.
—At the end of the casette the tape will stop
and PLAY will be released.
e For short interruptions press PAUSE To
continue playback, press PAUSE again.
e Press STOP/EJ rf you want to stop playback
before the end of the cassette. On pressing
again, the cassette compartment will open.
Note: Playback on TAPE 2 takes precedence
over that on TAPE 1. Thus playback on TAPE 1
stops 1f you press PLAY on TAPE 2.
Playback of two cassettes one after another
e Press TAPE.
e Insert the cassettes in TAPE 1 and 2.
e Press PLAY on TAPE 2 and PAUSE and PLAY
on TAPE 1: TAPE 2 will now play and TAPE 1
will stand still.
- As soon as TAPE 2 stops (at the end of the
cassette or when its STOP/EJ button 1s
pressed), PAUSE will be released and TAPE 1
will start playing back.
e Press STOP/EJ if you want to stop playback.
WINDING AND REWINDING
e Press FF. to fast-forward the tape.
* Press REW to fast-reverse the tape.
Fast winding stops if you press PLAY or
STOP/EJ and at the start or end of the tape. In
the latter case, press STOP/EJ to unlock Е.Е. ог
REW.
MAINTENANCE
THE SYSTEM
* A chamois leather slightly moistened with
water 1s sufficient for cleaning the housing of
the unit and the enclosures.
* Do not use cleaning agents containing
alcohol, spints, ammonia or abrasives.
~~ THE CD PLAYER
* Keep the CD tray free of dust using a clean
cloth,
* The mechanism must not be lubricated!
THE CDS
* Never write on the printed side of a CD.
* Do not attach any stickers to a CD.
* Keep the shiny surface of a CD clean. Use a
soft lint-free cloth and always wipe the CD in
a straight line from centre to edge (fig. 7).
* Never use cleaning agents for conventional
records and grease solvents or abrasives to
clean CDs.
THE CASSETTE DECKS
* To ensure good recording and playback
quality, clean the heads A and B, the
capstans C and pressure rollers D (fig. 8) after
every 15 hours of operation.
* For this use a cleaning cassette or a piece of
cotton wool dipped in alcohol. In the latter
case the mains plug should be removed from
the wall socket.
* The mechanism must not be lubricated!
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FAULTS AND THEIR LIKELY CAUSES
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed
below before taking the unit for repair.
If the remedies fail to help, consult your dealer. |
PROBLEMS WITH THE CD PLAYER
— The CD 1s not inserted properly with the
printed side facing up.
— The CD is dirty, badly scratched or warped.
— Because of large temperature differences,
condensation has formed on the lens of the
laser This disappears itself after some time.
PROBLEMS WITH THE CASSETTE DECKS
These are mainly caused by dust and dirt on
the heads. See whether cleaning them helps
PROBLEMS WITH THE WHOLE SYSTEM
Electrostatic charge may cause unexpected
symptoms. See whether these symptoms
disappear if you take the mains lead out of the
wall socket and plug it in again after a short
period.
This product complies with the radio
interference requirements of the Е.С.
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