Page 1 PHILIPS AZ 8070 CD Radio Cassette Recorder

Page 1 PHILIPS AZ 8070 CD Radio Cassette Recorder
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AZ 8070 CD Radio Cassette Recorder |
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Instructions for use
Mode d'emploi
Instrucciones de manejo
Bedienungsanleitung
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Istruzioni per l’uso
Brugsanvisning
Bruksanvisning
Kayttoohje
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Manual de utilizacao
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DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA'
Si dichiara che l'apparecchio Lettore CD/Radio-
registratore mod. AZ 8070 Philips risponde alle
prescrizioni dell‘art. 2 comma 1 del D. M. 28 Agosto
1995 n. 548.
Fatto a Eindhoven, il 18/09/1996
Philips Sound & Vision
Philips, Glaslaan 2, SFF 10
5616 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Important notes for users in the U.K.
Mains plug
This apparatus is fitted with an approved moulded 13 Amp
plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as
follows:
1 Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2 Fix new fuse which should be
a BS1362 5 Amp, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type.
3 Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is 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
5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the
distribution board should not be greater than 5 Amp.
Note: The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a
possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13 Amp
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 1n your plug, proceed as follows.
e Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or col-
oured black.
e Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or col-
oured 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.
Copyright in the UK.
Recording and playback of matenal may require consent.
See Copyright Act 1956 and The Performer's Protection Acts
1958 to 1972,
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= Controls ..........———. 4 CD player................... 7-9
English Power supply................. 5 Cassette recorder... 10-11
Basic Functions ............. 6 Maintenance............... 12
| 10-1 [1 eme. 6 Troubleshooting........... 13 |
Г - Commandes ................ 14 Lecteur de CD ........ 17-19 )
Français Alimentation............ ... 15 Platine cassette......20-21
Fonctions de base........ 16 Généralités ................. 22
q Radio 16 Dépistage des pannes .23 |
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~ Mandos... 24 Lector de CD........... 27-29
Español Alimentación .............. 25 Platina de casete....30-31
Funciones Dásicas........ 26 Generalidades ............. 32
| Radio ..................ae..e.. 26 Localización de averías....33 |
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Bedienungselemente.....34 CD-Spieler.............. 37-39
Deutsch Stromversorgung ......... 35 Cassettenrecorder ..40-41
Grundfunktionen.......... 36 Allg. Informationen......42
« Radio 36 Fehlersuche................. 43 |
f Bedieningsorganen......44 CD-Speler............... 47-49 \
Nederlands Stroomvoorziening....... 45 Cassetterecorder....50-51
Basisfuncties............... 46 Algemene gegevens.....5b2
q Radio 46 Verhelpen van storingen...53 |
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Comandi..............ee...... 54 Lettore CD.............. 57-59
Italiano Alimentazione ............. 55 Deck cassetta......... 60-61
Funzioni principal ....... 56 Informazioni generali...62
| Radio 56 Elenco ricerca guasti ...63 |
( Kontroller.................. 64 CD-Spelaren........... 67-69 \
Svenska Stromiórsórining.......... 65 Kassettspelaren......70-71
Allmänna funktioner 66 Allmant....................... 72
q Radio res 66 Felsdkning................... 73 |
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Betjeningsknapper....... 74 CD-afspilleren........ 77-79
Dansk Stromforsyning............. 75 Kassette deck ........ 80-81
Basisfunktioner ........... 76 Generel information.....82
9 Radio es 76 Fejlsggning.................. 83 |
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я Sadtimet ................... 84 CD-soitin............. 87-89
Suomi Kayttdjénnite............... 85 Kassettidekki.......... 90-91
Perustoiminnot............ 86 Yleistá...........—.. .. 92
q Radio 86 Tarkistusluettelo........... 93
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, XEIPIOTIPID essen 94 ®OPHTO CD 97-99
EMAnvas TpompoBdocía.............. 95 KAZETOSONA...100-101
Bacikéc Aertroupyíec....96 Fevikéc TAnpomopíeci02
| AEKTHE eevee 96 ArópBwoan ВлаВом......103
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A Comandos.................. 104 Leitor de CDs......107-109
Portugués Alimentacáo .............. 105 Deck de cassetes 110-111
Funcöes Básicas ........ 106 informacóúes gerais....112
q Radio... 106 Avarias................ 113
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CONTROLS
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(1) INCREDIBLE CD PLAYER:
SURROUND.......... to create a variable (9) OPEN-CLOSE ........to open/close the CD lid
phenomenal stereo effect PLAY-PAUSE »-...to start and to interrupt
CD play
(2 VOLUME............... to adjust the volume level SEARCH << »>>.......to skip and to search
(3) 11 (atthe back)...3.5mm headphone socket.
Note: Inserting the plug will
disconnect the speakers.
(4) DBB .............c.m... Dynamic Bass Boost:
to increase the bass level
() MIC .............—..—... 3.5mm microphone socket
(see RECORDING)
(6) POWER ON........... to select the sound source:
CD-TAPE/OFF-RADIO
RADIO:
(7) TUNING ............... to tune to radio stations
FM-MW-LW.........to select the wave band
(7 Indicator for radio tuning
forwards and backwards
STOPH................. to stop play and to erase a
program
SHUFFLE .............. to play in random order
REPEAT................. to repeat one track or to
repeat the CD or program
PROG.................... to program track numbers
and to review the program
CD Display
CASSETTE RECORDER:
G2 RECORD @........... to start recording
PLAY D>...n..c...... o to start playback
«4... to rewind the tape
| to wind the tape
STOP-OPEN IM ......to stop the tape and to open
the cassette compartment
PAUSE IE .............. to interrupt recording or
playback
POWER SUPPLY
Batteries, R20 UM1 or D cells |
* (Open the battery compartment and insert six batteries, type
R20, UM-1 or D-cells (preferably alkaline).
* Remove the batteries if they are empty or the set is not to be
used for a long time.
Mains |
1 Check if the mains voltage as shown on the type plate (on the
base of the set) corresponds to your local mains voltage. If it
does not, consult your dealer or service organisation.
If the set is equipped with a VOLTAGE selector X), set this
selector to the local mains voltage.
2 Connect the mains lead to the MAINS outlet and the wall socket.
The mains supply is switched on.
¢ The battery supply is switched off when the set is connected to
the mains. To change over to battery supply, pull out the plug
from the unit's MAINS socket.
To disconnect the set from the mains completely, withdraw
the mains plug from the wall socket.
* For users in the U.K:: please follow the instructions on page 2.
The typeplate is located on the base of the set.
Environmental information
All redundant packaging material has been omitted. We have done our utmost to make the packaging
easy separable into three mono materials: cardboard (box), expandable polystyrene (buffer) 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.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
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|Switching on and off/standby
e Set the POWER ON selector to the desired sound source:
CD - TAPE/OFF - RADIO.
e The set is switched off when the POWER ON selector is in
position TAPE/OFF and the recorder keys are released.
e In order to switch off the power supply, remove the mains plug.
Note: When operating the set with batteries, always be sure to
set the POWER ON selector to position TAPE/OFF when the set is
not used. This will avoid a permanent power consumption.
(Adjusting volume and sound
* Adjust the sound using the controls VOLUME and DBB and
INCREDIBLE SURROUND.
¢ Use the rotary knob to in- or decrease the phenomenal stereo
sound. The surround effect varies from 0% to 100%.
¢ The bass frequencies can also be emphasised if you place the set
against a wall or bookshelf. (Do not cover any vents and leave
sufficient room around the unit for ventilation.)
RADIO — tuning to radio stations
1 Set the POWER ON selector to RADIO.
2 Select the wave band by using the selector FM-MW-LW.
3 Tune to the desired radio station by using the TUNING knob.
Improving the RADIO reception
e For FM, pull out the telescopic antenna. To improve the FM
signal, incline and turn the antenna. Reduce its length if the
signal is too strong (very close to a transmitter).
* For MW and LW, direct the built-in antenna by turning the whole
set. The telescopic antenna is not needed.
CD PLAYER
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2 Open the lid by pressing the OPEN-CLOSE button. SE
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3 Insert an audio CD {printed side up) and close the lid. / © А 8
—» The CD player starts and scans the contents list of the CD. / Nu , O 7 a
After that, the total number of tracks appear on the display E 7 O / ë
and the CD player stops. 7 o ES
4 Press the PLAY-PAUSE » button to start CD play. [ас
—»-Display indication: the current track number. =
5 Press the STOP? ME button to stop CD play. Example
—» Display indication: the total number of tracks. a" in stop
the total or current track
* You can interrupt CD play by pressing PLAY-PAUSE »>. number.
Continue CD play by pressing the button again. Example
—»-Display indication: the current track number flashes. Display indication in
“> pause position:
> the current track number
Note: CD play will also stop © flashes.
- if you open the lid:
- if you move the POWER ON selector or
- if the end of the CD is reached. Display indication:
when the CD lid Is open.
ISEARCH backwards «and forwards »» |
Selecting another track
o Briefly press the SEARCH r«« or »»1 button once/several times to
skip to the beginning of the current/previous or subsequent
track(s).
—»-Display indication: the selected track number.
—»-During play: CD play continues automatically with the
selected track.
—>In stop position: press PLAY-PAUSE № to start CD play.
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Searching for a passage during CD play
1 Hold down the SEARCH rea or »»1 button to find a particular
passage in forwards or backwards direction.
—»-CD play continues at a low volume.
2 Release the button when you have reached the desired passage.
Note: In the SHUFFLE and in REPEAT-1 mode and when playing a
program, searching is only possible within the particular track.
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CD PLAYER
¡SHUFFLE — playing in random order
1 Press SHUFFLE before or during CD play.
—» All the tracks will now be played in a random order.
2 Toreturn to normal CD play, press SHUFFLE.
IREPEAT — Repeating the entire CD or one track of the CD
1 Before or during CD play, press repeatedly REPEAT to cause
the display showing the different repeating modes.
—» REPEAT: the current track is played repeatedly.
—»-REPEAT ALL: the entire CD or program is played repeatedly.
2 To return to normal CD play, press REPEAT until the display
indication disappears.
Note: You can activate the different playing modes at the same
time, e.g. to repeatedly play the entire CD or program in
random order (REPEAT ALL /SHUFFLE).
Example
Display indication when
the respective playing
mode is activated.
CD PLAYER
¡Programming track numbers
You may select a number of tracks and store these in the
memory in the desired sequence. You may store any track more
than once. At most, 20 tracks can be stored in the memory.
1 Select with SEARCH rea or »»i the desired track.
2 As soon as the desired track is displayed, press the PROG button
to store the track in the memory.
—» On the display PROGRAM appears and” lights briefly up.
After that the stored track number 1s shown.
3 Select and store in this way all desired tracks.
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Display indication:
e You can review your settings by pressing the PROG button for Li when you store a track.
more than 2 seconds. /
> The display shows in sequence all stored track numbers.
PROGRAM | Display indication
I~ when you try to store
Г more than 20 tracks.
Playing the program
e |f you have selected the tracks in the STOP position,
press PLAY-PAUSE »>. Example
Display indication when
e |f you have selected the tracks during CD play, press first STOP m you play the program.
and then press PLAY-PAUSE >.
[Erasing the program from the STOP position
e From the stop position, press STOP M.
—» PROGRAM disappears on the display and your program is
erased.
Note: The program will also be erased
- if you interrupt the power supply;
- ¡f you open the lid or
- if you move the POWER ON selector.
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PROGRAJA
Display indication when
you erase a program.
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CASSETTE RECORDER
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Playing a cassette
1 Set the POWER ON selector to TAPE.
2 Press STOP-OPEN IM to open the cassette compartment.
3 Insert a recorded cassette with the open side downwards.
4 Press PLAY P> to start playback.
5 By pressing «4»» fast winding of the tape is possible in both
directions.
6 To stop the tape, press STOP-OPEN I.
Note: The keys are automatically released at the end of the tape.
¡General information on recording
- Recording is permissible insofar as copyright or other rights
of third parties are not infringed.
- For recording on this set you should use a cassette of the type
“NORMAL” (IEC type I). This deck is not suited for recording on
cassettes of the type “CHROME” {IEC IX) or “METAL” {IEC IV).
- The recording level is set automatically. The controls VOLUME
and DBB or INCREDIBLE SURROUND do not affect the recording.
- 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.
Protecting tapes from accidental erasure
Keep the cassette side to be safeguarded in front of you and
break out the left tab. Now, recording on this side is no longer
possible.
* To render this safeguard ineffective, cover the aperture with a
piece of adhesive tape.
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CASSETTE RECORDER
[CD synchro start — recording from the CD player
1 Set the POWER ON selector to CD.
2 Insert a CD and if desired, program track numbers.
3 Press STOP-OPEN M to open the cassette compartment.
4 Insert a blank cassette with the open side downwards.
5 Press RECORD € to start recording.
> Playing of the CD or program starts automatically.
Itis not necessary to start the CD player separately.
6 For brief interruptions, press PAUSE IL
To resume recording, press the key once more.
7 To stop recording, press STOP-OPEN M.
Note: The recording can be started from different positions:
- if the CD player is in the PAUSE position, recording will start
from this very position (use SEARCH меч or »»1);
- if the CD player is in the STOP position, recording will start from
the beginning of the CD or program.
English
[Recording from the radio or with the microphone
1 Set the POWER ON selector to TAPE or RADIO.
2 Prepare the sound source for recording:
RADIO: Tune to a radio station.
TAPE (microphone): Connect a microphone with a 3.5mm plug
to the MIC socket. Set the VOLUME control to zero (monitoring
during microphone recording is not possible).
3 Press STOP-OPEN IM to open the cassette compartment.
4 Insert a blank cassette with the open side downwards.
5 Press RECORD € to start recording.
6 For brief interruptions, press PAUSE II.
To resume recording, press the key once more.
7 To stop recording, press STOP-OPEN M.
Note: When recording from the radio or a CD, you can connect a
microphone and mix the sounds. Otherwise, be sure there is no
microphone connected that could disturb your recording.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
¡General maintenance
* Do not expose the set, batteries, CDs or tapes to humidity or
rain, sand or to excessive heat caused by heating equipment or
direct sunlight.
* The mechanical parts of the set contain self-lubricating bearings
and must not be oiled or lubricated !
* You can clean the set with a soft, slightly dampened chamois
leather. Do not use any cleaning agents as they may have a
corrosive effect.
¡Tape deck maintenance
To ensure a good recording and playback quality of the tape
deck, clean the parts @®X©) after approx. 50 hours of operation.
Use a cotton bud slightly moistened with alcohol or a special
head cleaning fluid.
* Press PLAY and clean the rubber pressure rollers (©.
* Press PAUSE and clean the capstans 8) and the heads @).
Note: Cleaning of the heads (A) can also be done by playing a
cleaning tape through once.
|CD player and CD handling |
* The lens 6) of the CD player should never be touched!
* The lens may cloud over when the set is suddenly moved from
cold to warm surroundings. Playing a CD is then not possible.
Leave the CD player in a warm environment until the moisture
evaporates.
* To take the CD out of its box easily, press the centre spindle
while lifting the CD.
e Always pick up the CD by the edge and put it back in its box
after use.
* To clean the CD, wipe it off in a straight line from the center
towards the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. A cleaning agent
may damage the disc!
* Never write on a CD or attach any sticker to it.
[This set complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community. |
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TROUBLESHOOTING
® |f a fault occurs, first check the points listed
below before taking the set for repair.
e |f you are unable to remedy a problem by
following these hints, consult your dealer ar
WARNING:
Under no circumstances should you try
to repair the set yourself, as this will
invalidate the guarantee.
service centre.
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
No sound / no power VOLUME is not adjusted Adjust the VOLUME
Headphones are connected
Disconnect headphones
Mains lead is not securely connected Connect the AC power lead properly
Batteries are exhausted
Insert fresh batteries
Batteries are incorrectly inserted
Insert the batteries correctly
Changing over from mains to battery — Pull out the mains plug from the
supply
unit's MAINS socket
Distorted sound VOLUME too high, INCREDIBLE
SURROUND effect not adjusted
Reduce VOLUME, adjust INCREDIBLE
SURROUND effect
No reaction to Electrostatic discharge
operation of any keys
Disconnect the set from power supply
reconnect if after a few sec
Poor radio reception Interference caused by the vicinity of Keep the radio away from electrical
electrical equipment like TVs, video equipment
recorders, computers, thermostats,
fluorescent lamps (TL), engines, etc.
“E” or “no” indication CD is badly scratched or dirty
Replace or clean the CD, see
maintenance
CD inserted upside down
Insert a CD with label upwards
Laser lens is steamed up
Wait until the lens has acclimatized
The CD skips tracks CD is damaged or dirty
Replace or clean the CD
SHUFFLE or PROGRAM is active
Switch off SHUFFLE or PROGRAM play
Poor cassette sound Dust and dirt on the heads, capstan
quality or pressure roller
roller, see maintenance
Clean the heads, capstan and pressure
Use of not suited cassette types
(METAL or CHROME)
Only use NORMAL cassettes (IEC I) for
recording
Recording doesnot Cassette tab{s) may be broken out
work
Apply a piece of adhesive tape over
the missing tab space
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