LOCATION OF CONTROLS
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Do not dispose of this product with the normal household waste at the end
of its life cycle. Return it to a collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic devices. This is indicated by the symbol on the product,
user manual or packaging.
The materials are reusable according to their markings. By reusing, recycling or
other forms of utilization of old devices you make an important contribution to
the protection of our environment.
Please contact your local authorities for details about collection points.
CAUTION - INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPENING THE COVER OR
PRESSING THE SAFETY INTERLOCK. AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE LASER BEAM.
This symbol indicates the presence of dangerous
voltage inside the enclosure, sufficient enough to
cause electric shock.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
Do not open!
Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back). There
are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
This symbol indicates the presence of important
operating and maintenance instructions for the
device.
Safety, Environmental and Setup Instructions
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Use the device in dry indoor environments only.
Protect the device from humidity.
Do not open the device. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Refer opening and servicing to qualified personnel.
Connect this device to a properly installed and earthed wall outlet only. Make sure the mains voltage corresponds with the
specifications on the rating plate.
Make sure the mains cable stays dry during operation. Do not pinch or damage the mains cable in any way.
Disconnect device warning: Main plug is used as the connection, so it should always remain ready operate.
The mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
A damaged mains cable or plug must immediately be replaced by an authorized service center.
In case of lightning, immediately disconnect the device from the mains supply.
Children should be supervised by parents when using the device.
Clean the device with a dry cloth only.
Do NOT use CLEANING AGENTS or ABRASIVE CLOTHS!
Do not expose the device to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
Install the device at a location with sufficient ventilation in order to prevent heat accumulation.
Do not cover the ventilation openings!
The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items, such as newspaper, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
It shall be not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
The unit should not be exposed to direct sunlight, very high or low temperature, moisture, vibrations or placed in dusty environment.
Never attempt to insert wires, pins or other such objects into the vents or opening of the unit.
Install the device at a safe and vibration-free location.
No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
Install the device as far away as possible from computers and microwave units; otherwise radio reception may be disturbed.
Do not open or repair the enclosure. It is not safe to do so and will void your warranty. Repairs only by authorized service/ customer
center.
The device is equipped with a “Class 1 Laser”. Avoid exposure to the laser beam as this could cause eye injuries.
Only use mercury and cadmium-free batteries.
Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Used batteries are hazardous waste and NOT to be disposed of with the household waste!!! Return the batteries to your dealer or to
collection points in your community.
Keep batteries away from children. Children might swallow batteries. Contact a physician immediately if a battery was swallowed.
Check your batteries regularly to avoid battery leakage.
Used batteries are hazardous waste and NOT to be disposed
of with the household waste! As a consumer you are legally
obligated to return all batteries for environmentally responsible
recycling – no matter whether or not the batteries contain harmful
substances*).
Return batteries free of charge to public collection points in your
community or to shops selling batteries of the respective kind.
Only return fully discharged batteries.
*) marked Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead
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Line Out Verbindung
Mit einem im Fachhandel erhältliches Cinch (RCA) Kabel (L/R) können Sie das Gerät z.B. an einen Verstärker anschließen.
Verbinden Sie das Cinchkabel mit der Cinchanschlussbuchse L/R am Gerät.
Technische Daten
Frequenzberreich:
UKW/FM: 87-108 MHz
MW/AM: 520-1620 KHz
Stromversorgung:
Leistungsaufnahme:
AC230V~50Hz
33W
WICHTIGER HINWEIS
Automatische Standby-Schaltung
Um die ErP2 Richtlinie (Ökodesignrichtlinie) zu erfüllen und Energie zu sparen, schaltet das Gerät
nach ca. 11 Minuten Innaktivität (z.B. im CD-Stop Modus) automatisch in den Standby-Modus,
ohne vorherige Ankündigung. Um das Gerät wieder einzuschalten, schalten Sie es wie in der
Bedienungsanleitung beschrieben wieder ein.
DESIGN UND SPEZIFIKATION KÖNNEN OHNE ANKÜNDIUNG GEÄNDERT WERDEN*
Copyright by Wörlein GmbH, Germany.
Importeur
Wörlein GmbH
Tel.: +49 9103 7167 - 0
Gewerbestrasse 12
Fax: +49 9103 7167 - 12
D 90556 Cadolzburg
GERMANY
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.woerlein.com
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
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USB Socket
Aux-in jack
Earphone jack
On/off button
Radio Encode button
LCD display
Remote sensor
Dial pointer
CD tray
Record button
Source button
Skip Down
button
Skip Up
button
Stop
button
Play/Pause
button
CD tray open/close button
Volume knob
Power LED indicator
Stereo LED indictor
AM button
FM button
CD/USB button
Tape button
Phono/Aux button
Tuning knob
Turntable lock screw
Spindle adaptor
Tone arm lever
Turntable speed selector
Pick-up holder
Cassette eject knob
Cassette cover
Turntable adjust hole
FM antenna socket
Main power switch
AC cord
Line out socket
Caution:
Usage of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
This unit should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except qualified service personnel.
Precautions for use
Installation
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Unpack all parts and remove protective material.
Do not connect the unit to the mains before checking the mains voltage and before all other connections have been made.
Do not cover any vents and make sure that there is a space of several centimeters around the unit for ventilation.
Connection
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Connect the power cord (36) to AC outlet then switch on the main power switch (35).
Turn on the unit by press On/off button (4), if the Power LED indicator (18) light up, it means the power supply is normal. Now
your system is ready to play the music.
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Listening to radio
Manual tuning
1. Plug in the provided FM tuner antenna to the antenna socket (34) then select the desired band by press AM/FM button (20/21).
2. Tune to the required station by turning the tuning knob (25).
3. Adjust volume knob (17) to the desire volume level.
FM-stereo reception
The FM-stereo led indicator (19) will light up to show FM stereo program is receiving.
Hints for best reception:
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AM: The receiver has a built-in AM bar antenna. If AM reception is weak, slightly rotate or re-positioning of the unit will usually
improve the am reception.
FM: Unraveled the FM wire antenna totally and extended for best reception.
Playing compact disc
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Getting start
Press the CD/USB button (22) to select “CD/USB” mode.
Press “Open/close” button 6)
(1 to open the CD door.
Place a CD with the printed side facing up inside the tray & then close the CD door.
Focus search is performing, and then the unit will start to play the first track of disc automatically.
Adjust the volume to desired level by volume knob (17).
Play/Pause mode
To interrupt, press the “
Play/Pause
to resume normal playback.
” button
(15) once, the current running time will show on the LCD display (6). Press again
Stop mode
If “Stop ” button
(14) is pressed during play or pause mode, system will go to stop mode.
Skip mode (skip up
/skip down
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During play or pause mode, if “skip up ” button13)
( is pressed. It will go to next track and display the track no. and then
remain the play or pause mode.
During play or pause mode, if “skipdown
” button12)
( is pressed. It will go to the previous track, original track no. is
displayed and remains the play or pause mode.
For MP3 disc
Press “Folder up”button on the remote control, the folder no. will goes up
Press “Skipup”or skip down (13/12) button, the track no. change.
When the desired track is being selected, press the CD “Play
/pause”button (15) to start playback.
ID3 (track/album title) function (by remote control)
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Press the “Info”
button during playback of MP3 disc, the song title is being displayed. Press the “Info”
button again to disable the
function.
Remark:
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In that case of no name had been assigned for the track, “
none” orunknown”
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on display (6).
The LCD display support English language only
MP3 track format requirement:
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Mp3 bit rate: 32 kbps~256 kbps.
The performance of playing MP3 disc is various from the quality of recording disc and the method of recording. Furthermore, the
searching lead-time for MP3-CD is longer than normal CD due to difference format.
Repeat/random mode (by remote control)
Press the Play mode button before or during playback, a single track, single folder (MP3 only) or all the tracks can be played in
difference mode as follow:
For CD
(1) repeat 1
Play mode
Repeat track
Repeat all
(2) repeat all track
(3) random
(4) off mode
Indicator on LCD display
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For MP3 disc
(1) repeat 1
(2) repeat 1 folder
Play mode
Repeat single track
Repeat single folder
Repeat all track
Random mode
Off mode
(3) repeat all track
(4) random
(5) off mode
Indicator on LCD
display
Random
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Repeat play
You can listen to the desired tracks or folder repeatedly by this function.
Random play
You can listen to all the tracks or folder in a random order by this function
CD disc programming (by remote control)
Up to 20 tacks can be programmed for CD file and play in any order. Before use, be sure the system is at stop mode before
programming:
1. Set in CD/USB mode & stop the CD playback.
2. Press the “Program” button, “PROG” will appear on LCD display (6). Moreover, it will indicate program no. and digits for track no.
to be programmed.
3. Select a desired track by pressing skip
or
buttons (13/12).
4. Press the “Program”
button to store the trace into memory.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter additional tracks into the memory if necessary.
6. When all the desired tracks have been programmed, press CD “Play/pause”button (15) to play the disc in assigned order.
PROG”is disappear on LCD display (6)
7. To cancel the programmed file, Press “Stop” button on remote handset until “
Playback of MP3 song via USB storage media
Connecting
The system is able to decode and playback all MP3 file which stored in the memory media with USB connecting port.
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Set function at CD/USB mode by press CD/USB button (22) and then press source button (11) to select “USB”
mode.
Plug-in the USB pen-drive with the face up & make sure it going into completely
Connecting the USB upside down or backwards could damage the audio system or the storage media (USB thumb
drive). Check to be sure the direction is correct before connection.
The system will start reading the storage media automatically after connecting, and LCD display (6) will show the total number
of MP3 files and total number of folder being detected and start to playback automatically.
Repeat the same playback procedure as playing CD/MP3 disc as above
Remark
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The system can detect and read the file under MP3 format only though the USB port.
If connect the system to MP3 player via the USB socket, due to variances in MP3 encoding format, some MP3 player
may not be able to play via the USB socket. This is not a malfunction of the system.
Encoding of CD/phono/Cassette/Tuner/Aux-in into MP3 file
The system is able to encode normal CD or turntable to MP3 format and recording at memory media with USB connecting port. The
system will create a music folder name –“RIP” for CD-DA encode, “
REC”for Tuner, Aux, Cassette encode and “FROMCD” for
CD-MP3 disc copy and encode bitrate default at 128kbps.
A) CD encoding
I) Encoding 1 track
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Perform normal playback of the CD track you want to encode & record,
Press “RECORD” button (10) during the playback of the desire track and the display will show “
Press “RECORD” button (10) again the display will show “
” and ”ONE” flashing.
” and “
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Press “RECORD” button (10) again, the system will flashing with “
” icon. Encoding is performing now.
After completing of recording, unit will stop playback automatically.
Press “ stop ” button (14) to interrupt the recording mode anytime.
For encode whole CD track, pls stay CD in stop mode then press “RECORD” button (10) three times until the display
flashing “
”, then system will start to playback CD and encoding whole disc.
Remark:
The recording speed is 1:1 and according to the actual plying time of the CD track
The recording format is preset at –MP3 bit rate: 128 kbps, sampling rate: 44.1khz
No song title will be recorded during encoding mode
To interrupt the recording, press the “Stop” button (14) during record mode
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If putting a MP3 disc instead of a CD-disc, the system will copy the files to the USB if press the “Record” button. The operation
procedures is same as CD encoding as stipulate on above, and the system will switch to copy mode only if MP3 file being read.
B) Phono/Cassette encoding
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Set the function button to “Phono or Cassette” mode and then press the “Record” button (10) directly.
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The LCD display will flashing “CHECK” a while then display “ ”& “
” are flashing. Now the system is starting the
encoding mode.
Start playback at phono or cassette for the track which you want to record to USB
After finish of recoding, press the “Stop” button (14) until the LCD stop flashing and return to “Phono or Tape” mode.
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C) Aux-in encoding
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Connect the Aux-in jack with the device which you want to record
Set the function button to “Phono/Aux-in” mode and then press the “Record” button (10) directly.
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The LCD display will flashing “CHECK” a while then display “ ”& “
”are flashing. Now the system is starting the
encoding mode.
Start playback at phono or cassette for the track which you want to record to USB
After finish of recoding, press the “Stop” button (14) until the LCD stop flashing and return to “Phono or Tape” mode.
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D) Tuner encoding
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Set the function button to AM/FM”
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mode and tune to desired station for encoding, press the Radio encode button (5), LCD
display will light up and appear “RADIO”. Then press the “
Record”button (10) directly.
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The LCD display will flashing “CHECK”a while then display “
”& “
”are flashing. Now the system is starting the
encoding mode.
After finish of recoding, press the “Stop” button (14) until the LCD stop flashing and return to “Tuner” mode.
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E) Track separation (by remote handset)
You can divide the recording music from phono/Cassette/Tuner to USB track by trace during encoding. Every time when press the
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”(track separation) button once at remote handset during encoding from phono/tape/radio to USB, the system will generate a
new track and continuous the recording. The current text at LCD display will flashing one time, it mean the unit is creating a new
track successfully.
Removing of USB
To remove the USB, turn off the power or switch the function mode to either CD or tuner first. For USB port, unplug it by pulling out
the USB socket directly.
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Phono
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Remove the stylus protector.
Be sure that the tone arm is being detached from the tone
arm rest before operating and re-secured again afterwards.
Cartridge
Stylus assembly
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Select to “Phono” function by pressing Phono/Aux button (24)
Set the speed selector (29) to the proper position depending on the record to be played.
Place the record on the platter (use the spindle adaptor (26) if required).
Set the Tone arm lever (28) to the up position.
Lift the tone arm from the rest and slowly move it to the record side. The platter will start to rotate and position the tone arm over
the desired position of the record.
Pull down the Tone arm lever (28). The tone arm will come slowly on the recorder and start playback.
At the end of record, the tone arm will return to the rest position automatically.
To stop manually, lift the tone arm from the record and return it to the rest.
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Play suspension
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Set the cueing lever (28) to the up position will life up the tone arm and then stop playback temporarily
Remark:
- Due to the auto return system was mechanical design and reset point will be affected after transportation.
Thus, the tone arm will return to the rest automatically when first time place it to the platter and it was not
the malfunction
- Due to the length of the record is various, if you find the tone arm cannot return automatically after
playback of record. Please return the tone arm back to the rest position manually or adjust the auto return
point as below procedure.
Important:
To make sure the turntable can play the record with different standard completely, a hole with “NO OPEN” PVC plate located at the
back of the unit (33) to adjust the screw inside the turntable.
When the turntable stop early and the auto-return, pls use a screw driver to turn the screw inside the hole about 45 degree in
clockwise direction, if the record still can not be played completely, stop play and re-turn the screw 45 degree in clockwise direction
again, till the turntable can be play the record completely and auto return.
When the turntable can not be stop and auto return but keep running after playing the record completely, pls use a screw driver to
turn the screw inside the hole about 45 degree in counter-clockwise direction, if the record still can not be played completely, stop
play and re-turn the screw 45 degree in counter-clockwise direction again, till the turntable can be play the record completely and
auto return.
Remark: Due to Phono and Aux design in same channel of this unit, once the Aux in jack (2) plugged by any 3.5mm stereo plug, the
Phono function will change to Aux in automatically and the turntable will stop to spin. Made sure the Aux In jack (2) is not plugged by
anything before playing phono.
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Listing to Tape
General operation
Cassette playback:
Stop and ejection:
Fast forward:
Set to cassette function by pressing Tape button (23) and the system will start the playback
automatically after inserting of cassette tape
Press the “Tape forward/eject” button completely inwards and the cassette tape will be ejected though
the cassette door cover. The “Tape forward/eject” button will keeping at lowest height position.
Press the “Tape forward/eject” button half inwards during Playback mode, the tape winding forward
direction. The “Tape forward/eject” button will keeping at middle height position.
Slightly press the “Tape forward/eject” button again to resume normal playback. The “Tape
forward/eject” button will resume to the highest position.
PLAY
FAST
FORWARD
EJECT
Remark
Make sure the direction is correct when inserting the tape into the system.
There is some searching noise can be heard and the system cannot perform normal playback function during fast forward
mode.
This is recommended to take out the cassette tape from the system every times after listening and don’t leave the cassette tape
inside the system when not under playback mode.
Aux-in connection
Connect another audio device, e.g. (portable) CD player, MP3 player, (portable) cassette player, iPod, etc. To this system via a cord
with 3.5mm diameter jack plugs (not supplied). Connect one end of this cord to the headphone jack of the external device and the
other end to the aux-in jack (2) at the side of the unit. Then press Phono/Aux button (24). Start to playback your external device to
enjoy your music.
Line out connection
You can connect the system to your whole hi-fi system by connecting the line out socket (37) to the auxiliary input socket with a RCA
cable (not included).
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Remote control transmitter
Control functions
Battery installation (battery not provided)
The infra-red transmitter requires 2 pc AAA size batteries for operation
Button description
1) Open/Close
Press to open/close the CD tray
2) Rep/Ran
In CD/USB mode, press to active repeat/random function
3) Skip/search forward
Press once to skip to next track, press & hold for search forward
Skip/search backward
4) Folder up
/down
Press once to skip to previous track, press & hold for search
backward
In MP3 mode, press to select folder up or down
5) Info
In CD/USB stop mode, press to select encoding bitrate
6) Rec
In CD or phono mode, press to active recording function
7) Program
In CD/USB mode, press to active programming function
8) Play/pause
In CD/USB mode, press once to start playback. Press again to enter pause mode
9) Stop
In CD/USB mode, press to stop playback or cancel the stored program.
10) Source
In CD/USB mode, press to select the CD/USB function.
11) TS
In encoding mode: press to active track separation function
Specification
UKW/FM: 87-108 MHz
MW/AM: 520-1620 KHz
Power Supply: AC230V~50Hz
Power consumption: 33W
Remark: Due to ErP stage two requirements and protect the environment. The unit will
switch to standby mode automatically once no any music playing over 15 minutes.
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