XP AZ 2755/14 1.English

XP AZ 2755/14 1.English

Portable CD Mini System

AZ 2755

ACCOUSTIC

BASS

DECK A

RECORD PLAYBACK

88

92

96

100

104

108

160 1340 1600

DECK B

PLAYBACK

D igital

R emote

C ontrol

ST

OP

T T

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BASS

LENS

POWER

DBB

AZ2755 CD RADIO CASSETTE RECORDER

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PROG

PLAY/PAUSE

FM MHz 88

• 92

96

MW KHz 530 600 700 900 1

104

108

MHz

FM

160 1340 1600

KHz MW

FM

BAND

MW

TUNING

DECK A

RECORD PLAYBACK

DECK B

PLAYBACK

8 9 0 !

@ #

+ R – + L –

SPEAKERS 4

AC

MAINS

^

&

*

VOLUME

SHUFFLE REPEAT

SEARCH

STOP

SEARCH

Digital Remote Control

1

3

5

7

2

4

6

3

4

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CONTROLS

TOP AND FRONT PANELS

1 POWER - to switch the set ON/OFF

2 DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost) - to enhance bass response

3 VOLUME

4 , 3 - to adjust volume level

4 CD, TUNER, TAPE - to select source of sound

5 REMOTE SENSOR - for the remote control

6 CD Display - to show the CD functions

7 OPEN - to open/ close the CD door

8 p 3.5 mm socket for stereo headphone connection

9 CASSETTE RECORDER:

Deck 1:

RECORD

0 - to start recording

PLAY

2 - to start playback

SEARCH

5 or 6 - to fast rewind/wind the tape.

STOP•EJECT

9 / - to stop the tape and to open the cassette holder

PAUSE

; - to interrupt recording or playback

Deck 2:

PLAY

2 - to start playback

SEARCH

5 or 6 - to fast rewind/ wind the tape.

STOP•EJECT

9 / - to stop the tape and to open the cassette holder

PAUSE

; - to interrupt recording or playback

0 Tuning dial pointer

! CD PLAYER:

SHUFFLE - to play tracks CD/ programme in random order

REPEAT - to repeat a track/ CD/ programme

STOP

9 - to stop playback

- to erase a programme

SEARCH

¡ / ™ - to skip or search a

TUNER:

BACK PANEL

passage/ track backwards or forward

PLAY•PAUSE

2; - to start or interrupt

CD play

PROG - to programme and review programmed track numbers

@ BAND - to select FM/ MW waveband

# TUNING - to tune to radio stations

$ Telescopic aerial - to improve FM reception

% Speaker levers - to unlock the loudspeaker boxes

^ Speaker - loudspeaker terminals

& AC MAINS - socket for mains lead

* Battery door - to open the battery compartment

REMOTE CONTROL

1 VOLUME

4 , 3 - to adjust volume level

2 SHUFFLE – to play tracks in shuffle order

3 REPEAT - to repeat a track/ CD programme/ entire CD

4

2; – to start or interrupt CD play

5

J , K – to skip tracks

6 STOP

9 – to stop playback or erase a programme

7 SEARCH

5 or 6 – to search back/ forwards within a track

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POWER SUPPLY

Whenever convenient, use the power supply if you want to conserve battery life. Make sure you remove the plug from the set and wall socket before inserting batteries.

BATTERIES (OPTIONAL)

1. Open the battery compartment and insert six batteries, type

R-20, UM-1 or D-cells, (preferably alkaline) with the correct polarity as indicated by the "

+

" and "

-

" symbols inside the compartment.

Remote control (supplied)

Open the battery compartment and insert two batteries, type AAA, R03 or UM4 (preferably alkaline).

2. Replace the compartment door, making sure the batteries are firmly and correctly in place. The set is now ready to operate.

3. Remove the batteries if the set is not to be used for a long time.

Incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage and will corrode the compartment or cause the batteries to burst.

Therefore:

• Do not mix battery types: e.g. alkaline with carbon zinc.

Only use batteries of the same type for the set.

• When inserting new batteries, do not try to mix old batteries with the new ones.

• Remove the batteries if the set is not to be used for a long time.

Using AC MAINS

1. Check if the MAINS voltage as shown on the type plate

on the base of the set, corresponds to your local power supply. If it does not, consult your dealer or service centre.

2. Connect the mains lead to the MAINS socket and the wall socket. The mains supply is now connected and ready for use.

3. To switch off completely, withdraw the mains lead from the wall socket.

– Disconnect the mains lead from the wall socket to protect your set during heavy thunderstorms.

The type plate is located on the bottom of the set.

Switching POWER on/off: Save energy

Whether you are using mains or battery supply, to avoid unnecessary energy consumption always push the POWER button to the off position after using the set.

6 x R20•D-CELL•UM-1

AC

MAINS

AC

MAIN

5

6

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SPEAKERS

REMOVABLE LOUDSPEAKERS

Taking off the speakers

Keep the lever (found on the back corner of the speaker) pressed and slide the speaker upwards.

Attaching the speakers

Slide the speakers from above into the sleeves on the sides of the cabinet. The speakers will click into position.

CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS

1. Connect the right speaker to the R terminal, with the red marked wire to "

+

" and the black wire to "

-

".

2. Clip the exposed portion of wire into the corresponding colour terminal.

3. Repeat the wiring procedure for the left speaker to terminal L, making sure that you connect the red wire to "

+

" and black to

"

-

".

Note:

– Speakers with an impedance of 4 Ohms or higher other than as supplied may be used instead. Speakers with a lower impedance, however, are unsuitable and will damage your set.

– When headphones are inserted into the headphone socket the speakers are disconnected.

GENERAL OPERATION

1. Press POWER to on position.

– A source indicator lights up.

2. Select and press your source button CD, TUNER or TAPE.

– The selected source indicator lights up.

3. Operate sound source according to the instructions of the respective chapter about the function.

4. Adjust the sound using the VOLUME

4 , 3 and DBB controls.

– The volume level is briefly indicated in the display when you adjust it.

5. Press POWER again to switch off the set.

– The selected source indicator goes out.

RADIO

+ R – + L –

SPEAKERS 4

POWER

DBB

AZ2755 CD RADIO CASSETTE RECORDE

SHUFFLE

CD

TUNER

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RADIO

RADIO RECEPTION

1. Press POWER to on position.

2. Press TUNER source button.

– The TUNER indicator lights up.

3. Adjust BAND to select the desired FM/ MW waveband.

4. Tune to a radio station using the tuning knob.

– For

FM, pull out the telescopic aerial. Incline and turn the aerial. Reduce its length if the signal is too strong (very close to a transmitter).

– For MW, the set is provided with a built-in aerial so the telescopic aerial is not needed. Direct the aerial by turning the whole set.

5. Adjust the sound using VOLUME

4 , 3 and DBB.

6. Press POWER again to switch off the set.

– The TUNER indicator goes out.

B

DISPLAY INDICATION FOR CD FUNCTIONS

d1SC

CD door open

CD inserted

In stop mode total track number and total playback time

During CD

playback

PAUSE elapsed playback time of current track and current track number elapsed playback time freezes and flashes no SEL when CD programme active; also appears briefly when you store a track programme activated but no tracks selected programme cancelled/ PROG pressed for more than 2 seconds no d1SC no disc/error in CD operation or with the

CD (see Troubleshooting)

FULL programme memory full

SHUFFLE/ REPEAT

modes

when the respective mode is activated

POWER

DBB

CD PLAYER

AZ2755 CD RADIO CASSETTE RECORD

E

SHUFFLE

CD

TUNER

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PROG

PLAY/PAUSE

FM

88

92

• 96

530

600

700

100

104

108

MHz FM

BAND

CD

CD

CD

SHUFFLE

REPEAT CD

7

8

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CD PLAYER

Playing a CD

1. Press POWER to on position.

2. Press CD source button.

– The CD indicator lights up.

3. To open the CD door, press OPEN on the CD door.

4. Insert a CD with the printed side facing up and press the CD door gently to close.

5. Press PLAY•PAUSE

2; on the set to start playback.

6. Adjust the sound using VOLUME

4 , 3 and DBB.

7. To interrupt playback press PLAY•PAUSE

2;. To resume, press PLAY•PAUSE

2; again.

8. To stop CD play, press STOP

9.

9. Press POWER again to switch off the set.

– The CD indicator goes out.

Note: CD playback will also stop when:

– you press the CD door open;

TUNER or TAPE source is pressed;

– the CD has reached the end.

Selecting a different track

During playback, you can use SEARCH

J , K to select a particular track.

– If you have selected a track number in the stop or pause position, press PLAY•PAUSE

2; to start playback.

• Press SEARCH

K once briefly for the next track, or press repeatedly until the desired track number appears in the display.

• Press SEARCH

J once briefly to return to the beginning of a current track.

• Press SEARCH

J more than once briefly for a previous track.

Finding a passage within a track

1. Press and hold down SEARCH

5 or 6 on the remote control

(or

J , K on the set).

• The CD is played at high speed and low volume.

2. When you recognize the passage you want, release the

SEARCH controls.

B

POWER

DBB

AZ2755 CD RADIO CASSETTE RECORD

E

SHUFFLE

CD

TUNER

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

PROG

MW

MHz 88

92

KHz

96

100

530 600 700

900

11

104

108

MHz FM

FM

BAND

MW

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

PROG

FM

MHz 88

92

96

100

530 600 700 900 1

104

108

MHz FM

160 1340 1600

KHz MW

FM

BAND

MW

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CD PLAYER

Different play modes : Shuffle and Repeat

The SHUFFLE and REPEAT buttons allow you to select various play modes. The modes can be selected or changed during playback.

SHUFFLE - all tracks are played in random order

REPEAT - plays the current track continuously

REPEAT ALL - repeats the entire CD

1. In the stop position or during playback, select your play mode by pressing SHUFFLE or REPEAT once or more until the desired play mode is shown.

– You can use SEARCH

¡ or ™ to skip tracks during the

SHUFFLE/ REPEAT modes.

The SHUFFLE/ REPEAT play options can be combined and used with a programme: e.g. SHUFFLE REPEAT ALL - repeats the entire CD in random order.

2. To return to normal playback press SHUFFLE/ REPEAT until the various SHUFFLE/ REPEAT modes are no longer shown.

– You can also press STOP

9 to quit the play mode.

Programming track numbers

You may store up to 20 tracks in the desired sequence. If you like, store any track more than once.

1. In the stop position, press SEARCH

¡ or ™ for your desired track.

2. When your chosen track number appears, press PROG once to store the track.

– The display shows 'PROG' and ' selected track number.

' briefly followed by your

3. Repeat steps 1. and 2. to select and store all desired tracks in this way.

SHUFFLE

CD

SHUFFLE

REPEAT CD

SHUFFLE

REPEAT ALL

CD

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

PROG

FM

MHz

88

MW

KHz

92

96

100

530 600 700 900 1

104

MHz FM

160 1340 1600

KHz MW

FM

BAND

MW

PROG

CD

9

CD PLAYER CASSETTE RECORDER

Reviewing your set programme

• In the stop position, press and hold down PROG for one second or more.

The display shows all your stored track numbers in sequence.

– You can also review the programme during playback.

• To play your programme press PLAY/PAUSE

2;.

Erasing a programme

You can erase the contents of the memory by:

– pressing the CD door open;

– pressing TUNER or TAPE source button;

– pressing STOP

9 twice during playback/ in stop position.

• The display shows ' ' briefly when the programme is cancelled.

PROG

CD

CD

PLAYING A CASSETTE

1. Press POWER to on position.

2. Press TAPE source button.

– The TAPE indicator lights up.

3. Press STOP•EJECT

9 / to open the cassette holder and insert a cassette.

4. Press the cassette holder shut.

5. Press PLAY

2 to start playback.

6. Adjust the sound using the VOLUME

3 , 4 and DBB controls.

7. To interrupt playback press PAUSE

;. To resume, press the key again.

8. By pressing

5 or 6, fast winding of the tape is possible in both directions.To stop fast winding, press STOP•EJECT

9 /.

9. To stop the tape, press STOP•EJECT

9 /.

– The keys are automatically released at the end of the tape, except if PAUSE

; has been activated.

10. Press POWER again to switch off the set.

– The TAPE indicator goes out.

B

Continuous Playback

1. Repeat steps 1 - 4 above, but load both decks. Press PLAY

2 on deck 2 and deck 2 will start.

2. Press PAUSE

; on deck 1 and then PLAY 2. As soon as

deck 2 stops (end of tape or STOP•EJECT

9 / pressed),

PAUSE

; on deck 1 is released and deck 1 will start playback.

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

PROG

MW

MHz 88

92

KHz 530

96

100

104

108

DECK A

RECORD PLAYBACK

B

DECK B

PLAYBACK

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RECORDING

GENERAL INFORMATION ON RECORDING

• Recording is permissible insofar as copyright or other rights of third parties are not infringed.

• Recording is only possible on deck 1.

• This deck is not suitable for recording on CHROME (IEC

II) or

METAL (IEC IV) type cassettes. For recording, use NORMAL type cassettes (IEC I) on which the tabs have not been broken.

• The best recording level is set automatically. Altering the

VOLUME and DBB controls will not affect the recording in progress.

• At the very beginning and end of the tape, no recording will take place during the 7 seconds, when the leader tape passes the recorder heads.

• To protect a tape from accidental erasure, have the tape in front of you and break out the left tab.

Recording on this side is no longer possible. To record over this side again, cover the tabs with a piece of adhesive tape.

Dubbing: Copying from deck 2 to 1

For best results, use mains power or fresh batteries.

1. Press TAPE source button.

2. Press both STOP•EJECT

9/ keys and insert a recorded tape into deck 2 and a suitable tape for recording in deck 1.

3. Press PAUSE

; on deck 1 and then RECORD 0.

4. To start dubbing, press PLAY

2 on deck 2. PAUSE ; on

deck 1 is then released.

– By pressing PAUSE

; on deck 1, you can omit undesired passages while deck 2 continues. Press deck 1 PAUSE

; to resume dubbing.

– Pressing PAUSE

; on deck 2 will create pauses.

5. To stop recording, press both STOP•EJECT

9/ keys.

DBB

DECK A

RECORD PLAYBACK

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

FM

MHz 88

92

96

MW

KHz 530

600

100

104

108

MH FM

SOURCE

SELECT

PROG

DECK B

PLAYBACK

BAN

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RECORDING

Synchro Start CD recording

1. Press CD source button.

2. Insert a CD and if desired, programme track numbers.

3. Press STOP•EJECT

9 / to open the cassette holder. Insert a blank tape.

4. Press the cassette holder shut.

5. Press RECORD

0 to start recording.

– Playing of the CD programme starts automatically from the beginning of the programme.

It is not necessary to start the CD player separately.

6. For brief interruptions press PAUSE

;. To resume recording, press PAUSE

; again.

7. To stop recording, press STOP•EJECT

9 /.

DBB

To select and record a particular passage

During CD playback, press and hold down the SEARCH

5 or 6 on the remote control (or

¡ / ™ on the set).

Press PLAY•PAUSE

2; to put the CD player on pause at the selected passage.

– Recording will begin from this exact point in the track when you press RECORD

0.

Recording from the radio

1. Press TUNER source button.

2. Tune to the desired radio station using (See RADIO

RECEPTION).

3. Press STOP•EJECT

9 / to open the cassette holder and insert a blank tape.

4. Press the cassette holder shut.

5. Press RECORD

0 to start recording.

6. For brief interruptions, press PAUSE

;. To resume recording, press PAUSE

; again.

7. To stop recording, press STOP•EJECT

9 /.

DBB

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

PROG

MW

MHz 88

• 92

KHz

530

96

100

104

108

DECK A

RECORD PLAYBACK

B

SHUFFLE

CD

REPEAT

STOP

TUNER

SEARCH

TAPE

PLAY/PAUSE

PROG

MW

MHz 88

92

96

100

KHz

530

600

700

104

108

MHz FM

DECK A

RECORD PLAYBACK

BAN

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MAINTENANCE

PRECAUTIONS AND SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

• Place the set on a hard, flat surface so that the system does not tilt.

• Do not expose the set, batteries, CDs or cassettes to humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.

• Do not cover the set. Adequate ventilation with a minimum gap of 15 cm between the ventilation holes and surrounding surfaces is necessary to prevent heat build-up.

• The mechanical parts of the set contain self-lubricating bearings and must not be oiled or lubricated.

• To clean the set, use a soft, slightly dampened chamois leather. Do not use any cleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene or abrasives as these may harm the housing.

Tape deck maintenance

To ensure quality recording and playback of the tape deck, clean parts 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 both decks.

1. Open the cassette holder by pressing STOP•EJECT

9/.

2. Press PLAY

2 and clean the rubber pressure rollers C.

3. Press PAUSE

; and clean the magnetic heads A and also the capstan

B.

4. After cleaning, press STOP•EJECT

9/.

CD player and CD handling

• The lens of the CD player should never be touched!

• Sudden changes in the surrounding temperature can cause condensation to form and the lens of your CD player to cloud over. Playing a CD is then not possible. Do not attempt to clean the lens but leave the set in a warm environment until the moisture evaporates.

• Use only Digital Audio CDs.

• Always shut the CD door to keep the CD compartment dustfree. To clean, dust the compartment with a soft dry cloth.

• To take a CD out of its box, press the centre spindle while lifting the CD. Always pick up the CD by the edge and replace the CD back in its box after use to avoid scratching and dust.

• To clean the CD, wipe in a straight line from the centre towards the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as they may damage the disc.

• Never write on a CD or attach any stickers to it.

X

A A B C

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TROUBLESHOOTING

If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the set for repair.

If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service centre.

WARNING:

Do not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock. Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this would invalidate the guarantee.

PROBLEM

– POSSIBLE CAUSE

• REMEDY

No sound/power

– VOLUME is not adjusted

• Adjust the VOLUME

– Headphones connected

• Disconnect headphones

– Mains lead not securely connected

• Connect AC mains lead properly

– Batteries exhausted/ incorrectly inserted

• Insert (fresh) batteries correctly

Display does not function properly/ No reaction to operation of any of the controls

– Electrostatic discharge

• Switch off set, disconnect the power plug and reconnect after a few seconds

CD playback does not work

– CD is badly scratched/ dirty

• Replace/ clean CD (see MAINTENANCE)

– Laser lens steamed up

• Wait until lens has acclimatized

The CD skips tracks

– CD is damaged or dirty

• Replace or clean the CD

– SHUFFLE or PROGRAM is active

• Quit SHUFFLE/PROGRAM mode(s)

Poor cassette sound quality

– Dust and dirt on the heads, etc.

• Clean deck parts etc., see maintenance

– Use of incompatible cassette types (METAL or CHROME)

• Only use NORMAL (IEC I) for recording

Recording does not work

– Cassette tab(s) may be broken

• Apply a piece of adhesive tape over the missing tab space

Remote control does not function properly

– Batteries exhausted/ incorrectly inserted

• Insert (fresh) batteries correctly

– Distance between the set too large

• Reduce the distance

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Environmental information

All unnecessary packaging material has been omitted. The packaging can be easily separated into three materials: cardboard, polystyrene and plastic.

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, dead batteries and old equipment.

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