Philips AX2100 User manual
Audio Portable CD Player 2100 2101 AX 2102 5100 5101 AX 5102 5103 5104 AX 5113 AX AX AX AX AX AX Portable CD Player English Français Español Nederlands Meet Philips at the Internet http://www.philips.com CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 3140 115 2876.1 AX2100 AX2101 AX2102 AX5100 AX5101 AX5102 AX5103 AX5104 AX5113 Printed in China 5 6 4 DB B 7 3 K TRAC E MOD 8 PRO GRA MO M DIG 9 O FF 0 DE DY ITAL N BA AMIC SS BO RI REW CD • R ES U M E • OST 2 TABL TA E CO BL P TI MPA E H O LD ! 1 LIN EO UT/ @ EN OP VOL. 0 # $ % 1 QUICK START MISE EN SERVICE RAPIDE OPEN 2 AA LR6 UM3 BB 2. TR AC K D 1 2. C D RE W RI TATAB BLLE E C O M PAP TI BL E D IG IT AL PR O G DY N AM IC RA M BA SS M O DE BO O ST DE MO OF F • RE SU M E 1. • HO LD LINE N OPE OUT / VOL. 0 CD 5 HOLD➟OFF 4 C D RE W RI TTAAB BLLE E C O M PPA TI BL E 3 1. O FF • N OPE LINE OUT RE SU M E / VOL. •H OL D 0 LIN E OU T/ VOL. 0 6 PLAY 7 VOLUME DB B CK TRA MO DE !!! DB B TRACK MODE BB TR MO DE BO OS T M BA SS RA OG PR DY NA MIC DIG IT AL CO MP ATTIB IB LE LE CO W RIT AB LE RIT AB RE W CD RE CD • OF F RE SU M E OU T/ MP ATTIB IB LE DE MO M BA SS RA OG DY NA MIC DIG IT AL LINE PR CD REWRITABLE REWRITABLE COMPATIBLE COMP TIBLE MODE BO OS T MODE OF F MODE DIGITAL DYNAMIC BASS BOOST TR AC AC K K D LD • HO SUME OFF • RE D PROGRAM BB • HO LD VOL • . RE SU M E 0 • HO LD OPEN LINE LINE OUT/ OPEN OUT/ OPEN VOL. VOL. 0 0 2 English CONTROLS ( see figure 1 ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ! @ # $ % POWER SUPPLY / GENERAL INFORMATION CONTROLS / POWER SUPPLY OPEN 2 ..............opens the CD lid 9.........................stops CD play, clears a program or switches the player off ∞ .......................skips and searches CD tracks backwards 2; ......................switches the player on, starts or pauses CD play § .......................skips and searches CD tracks forwards DBB.....................switches the bass enhancement on and off. This button also switches acoustic feedback (the beep) on/off when it is pressed for more than 2 seconds ............................display PROGRAM ..........programs tracks and reviews the program MODE .................selects the different playing possibilities: SHUFFLE, SHUFFLE REPEAT ALL, REPEAT, REPEAT ALL and SCAN RESUME .............stores the last position of a CD track played HOLD...................locks all buttons OFF......................switches RESUME and HOLD off LINE OUT/p........3.5 mm headphone socket, socket to connect the player to another audio input of an additional appliance, remote control socket (not on all versions) VOL E ............adjusts the volume 4.5V DC...............socket for external power supply ............................belt clip holder ............................typeplate ECO-PLUS NiMH battery information (for versions supplied with the rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH battery AY 3362) Recharging works only on players supplied with the rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH battery AY 3362. Recharging the ECO-PLUS NiMH battery on board 1 Insert the rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH battery AY 3362. 2 Connect the mains adapter to the 4.5V DC socket of the player and then to the wall socket. y is pulsing. • Recharging stops after a maximum of 7 hours, or when you start playback. 3 When the battery is fully recharged, FULL appear briefly in the display, before the display switches off. and Notes: – It is normal for the batteries to become warm during recharging. – If the batteries become too warm, recharging will be interrupted for approximately 30 minutes and Hot is displayed. – To ensure proper recharging on board, take care that contacts are clean. – Use only the ECO-PLUS NiMH battery AY 3362. Handling instructions • Recharging already charged or half-charged batteries will shorten their lifetime. We therefore recommend that you let the rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH battery run till it is completely empty before you recharge it. • To avoid a short circuit, do not let the battery touch any metal object. Batteries (supplied or optionally available) You can use the following batteries with this CD-player: • normal batteries type LR6, UM3 or AA (preferably Philips), or • alkaline batteries type LR6, UM3 or AA (preferably Philips). Notes:– Old and new or different types of batteries should not be combined. – Remove batteries if they are empty or if the player is not going to be used for a long time. Inserting batteries 1 Push OPEN 2 to open the CD lid. 2 Open the battery compartment and insert either 2 normal or alkaline batteries, or the rechargeable NiMH battery AY3362 (if supplied). Battery indication The approximate power level of your batteries is shown in the display. Battery full Battery two-thirds full Battery one-third full • If the battery becomes empty soon after recharging, then either its contacts are dirty or it has reached the end of its lifetime. Mains adapter (supplied or optionally available) Use only the AY 3170 adapter (4.5 V / 300 mA direct current, positive pole to the center pin). Any other product may damage the player. 1 Make sure the local voltage corresponds to the power adapter’s voltage. 2 Connect the power adapter to the 4.5V DC socket of the player and to the wall socket. Note: Always disconnect the adapter when you are not using it. Belt Clip (not on all versions) 1 To attach the belt clip to the CD-player, position the shaped grip (found on the back of the belt clip) so that it fits into the belt clip hole of the CD-player. Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of properly. BELT CLIP 2 Turn the clip to LOCK as indicated on the set. 3 To detach, gently lift the belt clip and turn to RELEASE as indicated on the set. LOCK LIFT Battery dead or empty. When the batteries are dead or empty, the symbol flashes, bAtt is displayed, and the beep tone sounds repeatedly. Average playing time of batteries under normal conditions Battery type ESP on Power Save Normal AX 21XX 5 hours 6 hours AX 51XX 5 hours 6 hours Alkaline AX 21XX 20 hours 22 hours AX 51XX 22 hours 25 hours Rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH battery 9 hours 10 hours 4.5V DC A This set complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community. RELEASE Environmental information • All redundant packing material has been omitted. We have done our utmost to make the packaging easily separable into two mono materials: cardboard (box) and polyethylene (bags, protective foam sheet). • Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packing materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment. GENERAL INFORMATION CD PLAY 1 Push the OPEN 2 slider to open the player. CD RE W RIT AB LE CO M PA TIB LE Playing a CD This CD-player can play all kinds of Audio Discs such as CD-Recordables and CD-Rewritables. Do not try to play a CD-ROM, CDi, VCD, DVD or computer CD. EN OP VOL. 0 2 Insert an audio CD, printed side up, by pressing the CD onto the hub. D CD player and CD handling • Do not touch the lens A of the CD player. • Do not expose the unit, batteries or CDs to humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat (caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight). • You can clean the CD player with a soft, slightly dampened, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents as they may have a corrosive effect. • To clean the CD, wipe it in a straight line from the center toward the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. A cleaning agent may damage the disc! Never write on a CD or attach a sticker to it. • The lens may cloud over when the unit is moved suddenly from cold to warm surroundings. Playing a CD is not possible then. Leave the CD player in a warm environment until the moisture has evaporated. • Active mobile phones in the vicinity of the CD player may cause malfunctions. • Avoid dropping the unit as this may cause damage. 3 Close the player by pressing the lid down. TR 4 Press 2; to switch the player on and start playback. yThe current track number and elapsed playing time are displayed. BB AC K DE MO MO PRO GR DE AM • You can pause playback by pressing 2;. yThe time at which playback was paused starts flashing. Headphones HE205 • Connect the supplied headphones to the LINE OUT/p socket of the player. Note: LINE OUT/p can also be used for connecting the player to your HiFi system (with a signal lead) or to your car radio (with a cassette adapter or signal lead). In both cases, the volume of the player must be set to position 8. • You can continue playback by pressing 2; again. IMPORTANT! Hearing safety: Do not play your headphones at a high volume. Hearing experts advise that continuous use at high volume can permanently damage your hearing. Traffic safety: Do not use headphones while driving a vehicle. It may create a hazard and it is illegal in many countries. Even if your headphones are an open-air type designed to let you hear outside sounds, do not turn up the volume so high that you cannot hear what is going on around you. 6 Press 9 again to switch the player off. 5 Press 9 to stop playback. yThe total number of tracks and the total playing time of the CD are displayed. • To remove the CD, hold it by its edge and press the hub gently while lifting the CD. Note: If there is no activity, the set will automatically switch off after a while to save energy. 0 In-car use (connections supplied or optionally available) Playback information Only use the AY 3545 (4822 219 10033) or AY 3548 (3140 118 71890) car voltage converter (4.5 V DC, positive pole to the centre pin) and the AY 3501 car adapter cassette. Any other product may damage the set. D K AC TR E • While the CD is read, 1 -:- flashes in the display. DY PR OG NA MI C RA M BA SS MO DE BO OS T MOD LE CO MP ATTIB IB LE DIG IT AL • RE SU M E Volume and bass • HO LD LINE OUT/ OPEN VOL. 0 3 If necessary, clean the cigarette lighter socket to obtain a good electrical contact. 4 Turn down the volume and connect the adapter cassette plug to LINE OUT/p on the set. 5 Carefully insert the adapter cassette into the car radio’s cassette compartment. 6 Make sure the cord does not hinder your driving. 7 Set VOL E on the set to position 8. Start playback on the set and adjust the sound with the car radio controls. • Always remove the voltage converter from the cigarette lighter socket when the set is not in use. Note: If your car radio has a LINE IN socket, it is better to use it for the car radio connection instead of the adapter cassette. Connect the signal lead to this LINE IN socket and to LINE OUT/p on the set. Volume adjustment • Adjust the volume by using VOL E. Bass adjustment • Press DBB to switch the bass enhancement on or off y is shown if the bass enhancement is activated. TR BB AC K DE MO MO PRO GR DE AM Remote control (supplied or optionally available) Use the AY 3767 or AY 3768 cord remote control.The buttons on the remote control have the same functions as the corresponding buttons on the set. 1 Press 9 twice to switch off the set. 2 Firmly connect the remote control to LINE OUT/p on the set. 3 Adjust the volume VOL E on the CD player and remote control. A OF F D Plug the voltage converter into the cigarette lighter socket (only for 12 V car battery, negative grounding), then connect the wired end with 4.5V DC input socket on the set. • Playback will stop if you open the CD lid. 4,5 V DC BB W RIT AB 2 12 V DC RE Put the set on a horizontal, vibration-free and stable surface. Make sure it is in a safe place, where the set is neither a danger nor an obstacle to the driver and the passengers. CD 1 • If a CD-Recordable (CD-R) or a CD-Rewritable (CD-RW) is not recorded properly, nF dISC is displayed, indicating that the CD has not been finalized. In that case, use FINALIZE on your CD recorder to complete the recording. • When playing a CD-Rewritable (CD-RW), please note that it takes 3–15 seconds after pressing 2; for sound reproduction to start. FEATURES FEATURES Selecting different playing possibilities−MODE BB TR AC B K DE MO MO Selecting a track when playback is stopped 1 Briefly press ∞ or § once or several times to select the desired track. The track number is displayed. PRO It is possible to play tracks in random order, to repeat a single track or the entire CD, and to play the first few seconds of each track. 1 Press MODE during playback as often as required in B order to activate one of the following ‘modes’. The active mode is shown in the display. y shuffle : All tracks of the CD are played in random order until all of them have been played once. y shuffle repeat all : All tracks of the CD are played repeatedly in random order. y repeat : The current track is played repeatedly. yrepeat all : The entire CD is played repeatedly. ySCAN: The first 10 seconds of each of the shuffle repeat all remaining tracks are played in sequence. 2 Playback starts in the chosen mode after 2 seconds. • To return to normal playback, press MODE repeatedly until the display shows no active modes. ESP / Power Save Mode D D A Selecting a track and searching Selecting a track during playback • Briefly press ∞ or § once or several times to skip to the current, previous or next track. yPlayback continues with the selected track, and the track’s number is displayed. GR DE AM TR K AC DE MO MO PR 2 Press 2; to start CD play. yPlayback starts with the selected track. Searching for a passage during playback 1 Keep ∞ or § pressed to find a particular passage in a backward or forward direction. ySearching starts while playback continues at low volume. After 2 seconds the search speeds up. 2 Release the button when you reach the desired passage. yPlayback continues from this position. Notes: – If the player is in SCAN mode (see MODE chapter), searching is not possible. – In shuffle, shuffle repeat all or repeat mode (see MODE chapter), or while playing a program, searching is only possible within the particular track. R OG DE AM With a conventional portable CD-player you might have experienced that the music stopped e.g. when you were jogging. The Electronic Skip Protection prevents loss of sound caused by light vibrations and shocks. Continuous playback is ensured. However ESP does not prevent playback interruptions during vigorous running. It also does not protect the unit against any damage caused by dropping! On this set ESP is default on. It is possible to set ESP off and enter the Power Save mode. The Power Save mode (PS; Power Save) helps to extend battery lifetime for longer playback. • Press MODE for more than 2 seconds. y disappears. • Press MODE again for more than 2 seconds. yPS is displayed once ESP on ➟ ESP off ➟ Power Save ➟ESP on Programming track numbers RESUME and HOLD D You can store up to 30 tracks to play in a program. A single track may be stored more than once in the program. TR AC K DE MO MO 1 While playback is stopped, select a track with ∞ or §. 2 Press PROGRAM to store the track. y program lights up; the track number programmed and P with the total number of stored tracks are displayed. BB PRO GR DE AM program 3 Select and store all desired tracks in this way. 4 Press 2; to start playback of your selected tracks. yprogram is shown and playback starts. program • You can review the program by pressing PROGRAM for more than 2 seconds. yThe display shows all the stored tracks in sequence. Notes: – If you press PROGRAM and there is no track selected, SEL is displayed. – If you try to store more than 30 tracks, FULL is displayed. Clearing the program • While playback is stopped, press 9 to clear program. yCLr is displayed once, program goes off, and the program is cleared. A Note: program The program will also be cleared if the power supply is interrupted, or if the CD-player lid is opened, or if the set switches off automatically. You can interrupt playback and continue (even after an extended period of time) from the position where playback stopped (RESUME) and you can lock all buttons of the set so that no action will be executed (HOLD). Use the RESUME–HOLD–OFF slider for these functions. RESUME – continuing from where you have stopped 1 Switch the slider to RESUME during playback to activate RESUME. y resume is shown. 2 Press 9 whenever you want to stop playback. 3 Press 2; whenever you want to resume playback. resume y resume is shown and playback continues from where you have stopped. • To deactivate RESUME, switch the slider to OFF. y resume goes off. HOLD – locking all buttons You can lock the buttons of the set by switching the slider to HOLD. Now, when a key is pressed, no action will be executed. This is of use, for example, when transporting the player in a bag. With HOLD activated, you can avoid accidental activation of other functions. 1 Switch the slider to HOLD to activate HOLD. yAll buttons are locked. HoLd is shown when you press any button. If the set is switched off, hold will be shown only when 2; is pressed. 2 To deactivate HOLD, switch the slider to OFF. resume hold Note: If you deactivate HOLD by switching the slider to RESUME, you will be activating the RESUME function. TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting WARNING: Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself as this will invalidate the warranty. If a fault occurs, first check the points listed, before taking the unit for repair. If you are unable to solve a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service center. The CD player has no power, or playback does not start • Check that your batteries are not dead or empty, that they are inserted correctly, that the contact pins are clean. • Your adapter connection may be loose. Connect it securely. • For in-car use, check that the car ignition is on. Also check player’s batteries. The indication no diSC is displayed • Check that the CD is clean and correctly inserted (label-side upward). • If your lens has steamed up, wait a few minutes for this to clear. The indication nF diSC is displayed • CD-RW (CD-R) was not recorded properly. Use FINALIZE on your CD-recorder. The indication HOLD is on and/or there is no reaction to controls • If HOLD is activated, then deactivate it. • Electrostatic discharge. Disconnect power or remove batteries for a few seconds. The CD skips tracks • The CD is damaged or dirty. Replace or clean the CD. • RESUME, SHUFFLE or PROGRAM is active. Switch off whichever is on. Troubleshooting No sound or bad sound quality. • PAUSE might be active. Press 2;. • Loose, wrong or dirty connections. Check and clean connections. • Volume might not be appropriately adjusted. Adjust the volume. • Strong magnetic fields. Check player’s position and connections. Also keep away from active mobile phones. • For in-car use, check that the cassette adapter is inserted correctly, that the car cassette player’s playback direction is correct (press autoreverse to change), and that the cigarette lighter jack is clean. Allow time for temperature change. CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.
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