Panasonic SCC70EB Operating instructions

Panasonic SCC70EB Operating instructions
Basic Operating Instructions
C o m p a c t S t ereo Sys t em
SC-C70
Music is borderless and timeless, touching people’s
hearts across cultures and generations.
Each day the discovery of a truly emotive experience
from an unencountered sound awaits.
Let us take you on your journey to rediscover music.
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Delivering the Ultimate Emotive Musical
Experience to All
At Technics we understand that the listening experience is not
purely about technology but the magical and emotional relationship
between people and music.
We want people to experience music as it was originally intended
and enable them to feel the emotional impact that enthuses and
delights them.
Through delivering this experience we want to support the
development and enjoyment of the world’s many musical cultures.
This is our philosophy.
With a combination of our love of music and the vast highend audio experience of the Technics team, we stand committed
to building a brand that provides the ultimate emotive musical
experience by music lovers, for music lovers.
Director
Michiko Ogawa
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Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.
• About descriptions in these operating instructions
- Pages to be referred to are indicated as “ ○○”.
- The illustrations shown may differ from your unit.
• A more detailed operating instruction is available in “Operating Instructions” (PDF format).
To read it, download it from the website.
www.technics.com/support/
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can download and install a version of Adobe Reader that you can use with your OS from the
following website.
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Sales and Support Information
Customer Communications Centre
• For customers within the UK: 0333 222 8777
• For customers within Ireland: 01 447 5229
• Monday–Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, (Excluding public holidays).
• For further support on your product, please visit our website: www.technics.com/uk/
Table of contents
Safety precautions
05
Installation
07
Control reference guide
08
Connections
11
Network settings
12
Playing back CDs
17
Listening to DAB/DAB+ / FM Radio
18
Using Bluetooth
19
®
Licenses
20
Specifications
21
Accessories
AC mains lead (1)
K2CT3DR00009
DAB antenna (1)
N1EYYY000015
Remote control (1)
N2QAYA000149
Batteries for remote
control (2)
• Product numbers provided in these operating instructions are correct as of July 2017.
• These may be subject to change.
• Do not use AC mains lead with other equipment.
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Safety precautions
Warning
Caution
Unit
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage,
- Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture,
dripping or splashing.
- Do not place objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, on this unit.
- Use only the recommended accessories.
- Do not remove covers.
- Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
- Do not let metal objects fall inside this unit.
- Do not place heavy items on this unit.
Unit
• Do not place sources of naked flames, such as
lighted candles, on this unit.
• This unit may receive radio interference caused
by mobile telephones during use. If such
interference occurs, please increase separation
between this unit and the mobile telephone.
• This unit is intended for use in moderate
climates.
• Do not put any objects on this unit. This unit
becomes hot while it is on.
• This unit utilizes a laser. Use of controls or
adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
• Do not look at the laser with an observation
optical system like magnifying glass, however it
does not affect the human health.
• Keep magnetic items away from the product.
Powerful magnets inside the top cover and disc
tray part may damage debit cards, travel cards
(transit passes), clocks and other objects.
AC mains lead
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage,
- Ensure that the power supply voltage
corresponds to the voltage printed on this
unit.
- Insert the mains plug fully into the socket
outlet.
- Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on
the lead.
- Do not handle the plug with wet hands.
- Hold onto the mains plug body when
disconnecting the plug.
- Do not use a damaged mains plug or socket
outlet.
• The mains plug is the disconnecting device.
Install this unit so that the mains plug can be
unplugged from the socket outlet immediately.
• Ensure the earth pin on the mains plug is
securely connected to prevent electrical shock.
- An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall
be connected to a mains socket outlet with a
protective earth connection.
Placement
• Place this unit on an even surface.
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage,
- Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase,
built-in cabinet or in another confined space.
Ensure this unit is well ventilated.
- Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation
openings with newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, and similar items.
- Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight,
high temperatures, high humidity, and
excessive vibration.
• Do not lift or carry this unit by holding the top
cover or front of this unit. Doing so may cause
this unit to fall, resulting in personal injury or
malfunction of this unit.
Battery
• Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
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Safety precautions
(Continued)
replaced. Replace only with the type
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte
leakage and may cause a fire.
- Remove the battery if you do not intend to
use the remote control for a long period of
time. Store in a cool, dark place.
- Do not heat or expose to flame.
- Do not leave the battery(ies) in a car exposed
to direct sunlight for a long period of time
with doors and windows closed.
- Do not take apart or short circuit.
- Do not recharge alkaline or manganese
batteries.
- Do not use batteries if the covering has been
peeled off.
- Do not mix old and new batteries or different
types at the same time.
• When disposing of the batteries, please
contact your local authorities or dealer and ask
for the correct method of disposal.
Caution for AC Mains Lead
(For the AC mains plug of three pins)
For your safety, please read the following text
carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three
pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 3-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please
ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of
3-ampere and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI
to BS1362.
or the BSI mark
Check for the ASTA mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you
must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is
replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be
used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased
from your local dealer.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to
the type of AC mains plug (figures A and B).
Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and follow the
instructions below. Illustrations may differ from
actual AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
Speakers
• Be cautious when children are near.
• Do not insert a finger into the bass reflex ports
on the rear of this unit. Pay close attention to
children as doing so may cause personal injury.
• Do not carry this unit by holding the subwoofer
of the bottom of this unit.
• Do not touch the speaker diaphragm on the
bottom of this unit. Doing so may deform the
diaphragm, and as a result, sound may not be
output correctly.
Figure A
Figure B
Fuse cover
2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse
cover.
Figure A
Fuse
(3 ampere)
(Back of product)
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Figure B
Fuse
(3 ampere)
Installation
Installation
Unit care
Turn off all the equipment before connection
and read the appropriate operating instructions.
Be sure to raise this unit when moving, and do
not drag this unit.
• Do not carry this unit by holding the subwoofer
of the bottom of this unit.
Pull out the AC mains lead from the socket
before maintenance. Clean this unit with a soft
cloth.
• When dirt is heavy, wring a wet cloth tightly
to wipe the dirt, and then wipe it with a soft
cloth.
• Do not use solvents including benzine, thinner,
alcohol, kitchen detergent, chemical wiper, etc.
Doing so may cause the exterior case to be
deformed or the coating to come off.
Notes on the speakers
These speakers do not have magnetic shielding.
Do not place them near TV, PC or other
equipment easily influenced by magnetism.
• Playing music at high volumes for a long period
can cause damage to the system and shorten
the life of the system.
• Decrease the volume in the following
conditions to prevent damage.
- When playing distorted sound
- When adjusting the sound quality
- When turning on/off this unit
For optimum sound effects
The quality and volume of the bass sound, sound
localisation performance, sound ambience,
etc. will change depending on the installation
location of this unit, listening position, room
conditions, and other factors. Refer to the
information below when installing the speakers.
Determining the installation location
• Place this unit on a flat safe surface.
• To minimise the gap in audio quality between
left and right, install this unit in the way that
acoustic conditions (reflection and absorption
of sound) around this unit can be the same.
Adjusting the distances between this unit
and the wall
• If you install this unit close to a wall or a
corner, the bass sound will be more powerful,
however, if the unit is too close to it, sound
localisation performance and sound ambience
may deteriorate. If this occurs, adjust the
distance between this unit and the wall.
Adjusting with the Space Tune function
• You can adjust the sound quality according to
the installation location.
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Control reference guide
This unit (front)
01 Standby/on switch (
)
• Press to switch the unit from on to standby
mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the
unit is still consuming a small amount of
power.
06 Display
• Input source, clock, playback status, etc.
are displayed.
07 Touch switches
• [FAV]:
Select the favourite radio station or playlist
(DAB/DAB+ / FM / Internet Radio / Spotify)
• [SELECT]:
Switch the input source
], [
], [ ], [
]:
•[
Playback operation buttons
(e.g. “CD”)
02 Top cover
• The top cover can slide to the both sides.
• The magnet is built-in to keep the top cover
closing.
• Do not apply too much force to the top
cover when sliding it. Doing so may cause
malfunction.
• Do not leave the top cover open for a
prolonged period. Doing so will cause the
lens to become dirty.
( 17)
Stop
Pause
03 Power indicator
• Blue: The unit is on.
• Off: The unit is in standby mode.
• Press again to
resume.
Skip
Search
04 Headphones jack
• When a plug is connected, the speakers do
not output sound.
• Excessive sound pressure from earphones
and headphones can cause hearing loss.
• Listening at full volume for long periods
may damage the user’s ears.
Press and hold [
[
].
] or
• Each time you press the switch, a beep
sound will be heard.
• Do not put any objects on the top panel of
this unit.
08 Adjust volume
• 0 (min) to 100 (max)
05 Remote control signal sensor
• Reception distance:
Within approx. 7 m directly in front
• Reception angle:
Approx. 30° left and right
08
This unit (rear)
10 Bass reflex port
09 Subwoofer
11 Product identification marking
• The model number is indicated.
12 AC IN terminal (
( 11)
)
13 AUX IN terminal
• You can connect a portable audio player,
etc. with an analogue audio cable (not
supplied) and play back music.
(Bottom)
14 Optical digital input terminal
• You can connect a DVD player, etc. with
optical digital audio cable (not supplied)
and play back music.
• The digital audio input terminal of this unit
can only detect the following linear PCM
signals. For details, refer to the operating
instructions of the connected device.
- Sampling frequency:
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
- Number of quantisation bits:
16/24 bit
• Do not install this unit
on the rough surface.
Doing so may cause
the subwoofer to be
damaged.
• Do not hold the
subwoofer when
carrying this unit.
DC 5 V 500 mA
15 USB-A terminal
• You can connect a USB device to the unit
and play back music stored on the USB
device.
• This unit does not guarantee connection
with all USB devices.
A more detailed operating instruction is
available in “Operating Instructions” (PDF
format).
www.technics.com/support/
16 LAN terminal
( 12)
17 DAB ANT / FM ANT terminal
( 11, 18)
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Control reference guide
(Continued)
Remote control
01 [
]: Standby/on switch
• Press to switch the unit from on to standby
mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is
still consuming a small amount of power.
02 [CD]/[RADIO]/[ -PAIRING]: Select the device
to be operated ( 17, 18, 19)
03 [>SELECT<]: Switch the input source
04 [MENU]: Enter menu ( 17, 18, 19)
05 [SETUP]: Enter setup menu
06 [+VOL-]: Adjust the volume
• 0 (min) to 100 (max)
07 [MUTE]: Mute the sound
• Press [MUTE] again to cancel. “MUTE” is also
cancelled when you adjust the volume or when
you turn the unit to standby.
08 Playback operation buttons
09 [FAV]: Select the favourite radio station or
playlist (DAB/DAB+ / FM / Internet Radio /
Spotify).
• You can register up to 5 favourite stations.
To register, press and hold [FAV] while the
favourite station or playlist is played back, select
the number to register and then press [OK].
10 [INFO]: View content information
• Press this button to display the track, artist, and
album names, file type, sampling frequency,
and other information. (The information varies
depending on the input source.)
11 [
], [
], [
], [
]/[OK]: Selection/OK
12 [RETURN]: Return to the previous display
■ Using the remote control
2
1
R03/LR03, AAA
(Alkaline or manganese batteries)
Note
13 [DIMMER]: Adjust the brightness of the
display, etc.
• When the display is turned off, it will light up for
a few seconds only when you operate this unit.
Before the display turns off, “Display Off” will
be displayed for a few seconds.
• Press repeatedly to switch the brightness.
14 [PGM]: Set the programme function
15 Numeric buttons, etc.
• To select a 2-digit number
Example:
16: [ 10] > [1] > [6]
• To select a 4-digit number
Example:
1234: [ 10] > [ 10] > [ 10] > [1] > [2] > [3] > [4]
• [CLEAR]: Clear the entered value.
• Insert the battery so the terminals ( and
) match those in the remote control.
• Point it at the remote control signal sensor on
this unit. ( 8)
• Keep the batteries out of reach of children to
prevent swallowing.
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Connections
Antenna connection
AC mains lead connection
Connect only after all other connections are
completed.
AC IN terminal
Be sure to tighten
the nut fully.
Adhesive tape
(not supplied)
To a household mains
socket
• Use only the supplied AC mains lead.
• Do not connect the AC mains lead until all
other connections are complete.
• Insert the plugs of the cables to be connected
all the way in.
• Do not bend cables at sharp angles.
• Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi®) setting may start when
this unit is turned on. If you stop the Wi-Fi
setting, select “Off” in “Wi-Fi Setup” screen.
Select “On” to keep the Wi-Fi setting. ( 13)
DAB indoor antenna (supplied)
• This unit can receive DAB+ and FM stations
with the DAB antenna.
• Tape the antenna to a wall or column at the
position with the least amount of interference.
• If radio reception is poor, use a DAB outdoor
antenna (not supplied).
Note
• This unit consumes a small amount of AC
power ( 21) even when the unit is in standby
mode. Remove the plug from the main
electrical outlet if you will not be using the unit
for an extended period of time. Place the unit
so the plug can be easily removed.
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Network settings
You can stream music from an iOS device (iPhone/iPad/iPod), an Android™ device or a PC
(Mac/Windows) to this unit by using the AirPlay or DLNA feature.
To use these features, this unit must join the same network as the AirPlay compatible
device or the DLNA compatible device.
This unit can be connected to a router using a LAN cable or built-in Wi-Fi ®.
For a stable connection to the network, a wired LAN connection is recommended.
Note
• If you try to change the network settings immediately after turning on this unit, it may take some time until
the network setup screen is displayed.
• If “Firmware update is available” is displayed after the network connection is set up, the firmware for this
unit is available.
- For the update information, refer to the following website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
Wired LAN connection
3 Connect the AC mains lead to this
unit, and press [ ]. ( 11)
• When the connection is established,
“
” is displayed.
Note
• While the AC mains lead is disconnected, the
LAN cable must be connected or disconnected.
• Use category 7 or above straight LAN cables
(STP) when connecting to peripheral devices.
• Inserting any cable other than a LAN cable in
the LAN port can damage the unit.
• When a LAN cable is connected, the Wi-Fi
function may be disabled.
LAN cable
(not supplied)
Broadband router, etc.
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.
2 Connect this unit to a broadband
router, etc. using a LAN cable.
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Wireless LAN connection
■ Choose a network setting method
■ Preparation
Disconnect the AC mains lead.
Are you using an iPod touch/iPhone/iPad?
Disconnect the LAN cable.
Yes
Enable the 2.4 GHz frequency band on the
wireless router.
Using the WAC (Wireless Accessory
Configuration) ( 14)
Place this unit as close to the wireless router
as possible.
No
Connect the AC mains lead to this unit. ( 11)
Does your wireless network router support
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup™)?
Note
• The setting will be cancelled after the set time
limit. In that case, try the setting again.
• To cancel this setting in the middle, press [ ]
or turn the unit to standby mode.
(WPS button)
■ Settings for the first time
(WPS PIN code)
1 Press [
Yes
Using the WPS button ( 14)
Using the WPS PIN code ( 15)
] to turn this unit on.
• “Wi-Fi Setup” is displayed.
No
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
Are you using an Android device?
press [OK].
Yes
• “WAC Mode for iOS” automatically starts.
Using “Technics Music App” ( 15)
3 (For “WAC Mode for iOS”)
Proceed to step 2 of “Using the WAC
No
(Wireless Accessory Configuration)”
Using an internet browser ( 16)
( 14).
(For other network setting method)
■ Settings using [SETUP] menu
Choose a network setting method.
1 Press [SETUP].
Note
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
• When this unit is switched to standby mode
and turned on before the Wi-Fi setting is
complete, “Wi-Fi Setup” is displayed. Perform
the Wi-Fi setting or select “Off”.
“Network” and then press [OK].
• When “Wi-Fi” screen is displayed, press
[OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and
then press [OK]. (The wireless LAN
function is enabled.)
4 Choose a network setting method.
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Network settings
(Continued)
■ Using the WAC (Wireless Accessory
■ Using the WPS button
Configuration)
“WAC Mode for iOS”
“WPS Push”
If your wireless router supports WPS, you can
set up a connection by pressing the WPS button.
• A compatible wireless router may have the
WPS identifier mark.
You can send its Wi-Fi configuration to this unit
using an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
• Supported devices:
iPhone/iPad/iPod touch (iOS version 7.0 or
later)
• The following explanations are based on an
iPhone.
• Make sure your iPhone is connected to your
home wireless network beforehand.
• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band
only. Check your iPhone is connected using
2.4 GHz band.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
to select “WPS Push” and then press
[OK].
• “WPS” is displayed. Complete step 2 within
2 minutes.
2 After “WPS” is displayed, press the
WPS button on the wireless router.
Example:
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
to select “WAC Mode for iOS” and
then press [OK].
• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Go to Wi-Fi settings on your iPhone.
3 Select “Technics SC-C70 ******”
under the “SET UP NEW AIRPLAY
SPEAKER...” on your iPhone.
• “******” stands for a character that is
unique to each set.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 13).
4 The “AirPlay Setup” screen appears
on your iPhone.
• This unit will be displayed as “Technics SCC70 ******”. To change the name, enter a
new name to replace the existing one. You
can also do the renaming after the network
connection is set up.
• You can set a password for this unit under
“SPEAKER PASSWORD”. (You will need this
password if you make network settings by
internet browser next time.)
3 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
5 Select “Next” to apply the settings.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 13).
6 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Note
• Mac (OS X 10.9 or later, with AirPort Utility
6.3.1. or later) also supports the WAC (Wireless
Accessory Configuration).
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” is displayed.
■ Using the WPS PIN code
■ Using “Technics Music App”
“WPS PIN”
“Setup from Browser”
If your wireless router supports WPS, you can
set up a connection by entering the WPS PIN
code.
• For details on how to enter the PIN code, refer
to the operating instructions of the wireless
router.
If you install the dedicated app “Technics
Music App” (free of charge) on your Android
device, you can set up a connection using the
application.
• If you’re using an Android device, download
the app at Google Play™.
• Check the password for your home wireless
network.
• Make sure your Android device is connected to
your home wireless network beforehand.
• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band
only. Check your Android device is connected
using 2.4 GHz band.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
to select “WPS PIN” and then press
[OK].
• The PIN code is displayed. Complete step 2
within 2 minutes.
2 Enter the PIN code into the wireless
router from PC, etc.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 13).
to select “Setup from Browser” and
then press [OK].
• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Start “Technics Music App” on the
Android device.
3 Press [OK] on the remote control to
3 Select “
exit the setting.
•“
” and go to Wi-Fi settings.
4 Enter the password for your home
” is displayed.
wireless network.
Note
5 Select “Next” to apply the settings.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 13).
• Depending on the device, the connection
complete screen may not be displayed.
• Depending on a router, other connected
devices may temporarily lose their connection.
• For details, refer to the operating instructions
of the wireless router.
6 Make sure to connect your Android
device back to your home wireless
network.
7 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
15
” is displayed.
Network settings
(Continued)
■ Using an internet browser
7 Make sure to connect your
“Setup from Browser”
compatible device back to your home
wireless network.
You can access this unit’s network settings from
the internet browser on iOS device (iOS version
6.1.6 or earlier), Android device, PC, etc.
• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band
only. Check the device can be connected using
2.4 GHz band.
• The following explanations are based on an
Android device.
8 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Note
• Enable JavaScript and Cookies in your browser
settings.
• If known by a third party, the password will be
at risk of being used for fraud. Manage your
password securely with your responsibility.
Panasonic does not accept any responsibility
for damage caused by fraud.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
to select “Setup from Browser” and
then press [OK].
• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Go to Wi-Fi settings on your
compatible device and select
“00 Setup ******” to connect to this
unit.
• “******” stands for a character that is
unique to each set.
3 Start the internet browser and type
“http://192.168.1.12/” into the URL
address field and display the page.
• Examples of internet browsers
- iOS device/Mac: Safari
- Android device: Google Chrome™
- PC: Windows Internet Explorer
• If the page is not displayed, refer to the
following website.
www.technics.com/support/
4 Select “Search wireless network”.
5 Select your home wireless network
name (Network name (SSID)) and
type the password for this network.
6 Select “JOIN” to apply the settings.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 13).
• Depending on the device, the connection
complete screen may not be displayed.
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Playing back CDs
Note
Lens
• Be careful not to get your finger caught in the
top cover when opening/closing it.
• Be careful not to touch the lens with your
fingers.
• The lens lights when the following operations
are performed with no CD inserted. This is not
a malfunction.
- When turning the power on
- When selecting “CD” as the input source
- When opening and closing the top cover
1 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
2 Press [CD].
3 Open the top cover with a sliding
motion and then insert the CD.
• The top cover can slide to the both sides.
• Place the CD with its label facing up, and
push the centre of the CD until a clicking
sound is heard.
■ Repeat Playback/Random repeat playback
Press [MENU].
4 Close the top cover with a sliding
Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat”/“Random” and then press [OK].
motion.
• This unit cannot play back the CD while the
top cover is open.
5 Press [
Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to an item and then
press [OK].
].
• During random playback, you cannot skip to
the previous track.
■ To eject the CD
■ Programme playback
Open the top cover with a sliding motion.
Press [PGM] in the stop mode.
• “Program Mode” screen is displayed.
Eject the CD.
Press the numeric buttons to select tracks.
• Repeat this step to make further selections.
Press [
] to start playback.
• Press [ ] or [ ] in the stop mode to check the
programmed order.
• Press [CLEAR] in the stop mode to clear the last
track.
• Press [PGM] in the stop mode to cancel the
programme mode, and the programme
memory will be stored.
• Press [ ] in the stop mode and select “Yes” to
cancel the programme mode. (The programme
memory will be cleared.)
• Be careful not to hit the CD with the top
cover.
• Eject the CD after the CD has stopped
turning.
Note
• The programme memory is cleared when
replacing the CD.
• The programme mode is cancelled when the
random repeat playback is set.
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Listening to DAB/DAB+ / FM Radio
Storing DAB/DAB+ stations
Storing FM stations
To listen to DAB/DAB+ broadcasts, the available
stations need to be stored in this unit.
• This unit will automatically start scanning and
store the stations available in your region if the
memory is empty.
You can preset up to 30 channels.
• A station previously stored is overwritten
when another station is selected for the same
channel by presetting.
1 Press [RADIO] repeatedly to select
1 Press [RADIO] to select “DAB/DAB+”.
“FM”.
2 “Auto Scan” starts automatically.
2 Press [MENU].
• “Scan Failed” is displayed if the auto scan is
unsuccessful. Locate the position with the
best reception ( 11) and then re-scan DAB/
DAB+ stations.
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Auto Preset” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and
then press [OK].
■ To listen to the stored DAB/DAB+ stations
Lowest:
To begin the auto preset with the lowest
frequency (FM 87.50).
Current:
To begin the auto preset with the current
frequency.
• The tuner starts to preset all the stations it can
receive into the channels in ascending order.
• The factory default is “Lowest”.
Press [MENU].
Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Tuning
Mode” and then press [OK].
Press [ ], [
press [OK].
Press [
] to select “Station” and then
], [
] to select the station.
Presetting DAB/DAB+ stations
■ To listen to preset FM channel
You can preset up to 20 DAB/DAB+ stations.
Press [MENU].
1 Press [RADIO] to select “DAB/DAB+”.
Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Tuning
Mode” and then press [OK].
2 Press [PGM] while listening to a DAB
Press [ ], [
press [OK].
broadcast.
3 Press [
], [
] or numeric buttons
Press [
], [
] or numeric buttons to
select the channel.
to select the desired preset channel,
and then press [PGM].
• Presetting is not available when the station
is not broadcasting or when the secondary
service is selected.
• The station occupying a channel is erased if
another station is preset in that channel.
■ To listen to preset DAB/DAB+ stations
Press [MENU].
Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Tuning
Mode” and then press [OK].
Press [ ], [
press [OK].
] to select “Preset” and then
] to select “Preset” and then
Press [
], [
] or numeric buttons to
select the station.
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Using Bluetooth®
Bluetooth® device
Listening to music stored on a
Bluetooth® device
Pairing a Bluetooth device
®
• Turn on the Bluetooth® feature of the device
and place the device near this unit.
• If a Bluetooth® device is already connected,
disconnect it.
1 Press [ -PAIRING].
• “Ready” or “Pairing” is indicated on the
display.
2 Select “SC-C70” from the Bluetooth ®
1 Press [ -PAIRING].
device’s menu.
• When “Pairing” is indicated on the display,
proceed to step 5.
• The name of the connected device is
indicated on the display.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Start playback on the Bluetooth ®
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
device.
“Pairing” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and
Note
then press [OK].
• Refer to the operating instructions of the
Bluetooth® device for details.
• This unit can only be connected to one device
at a time.
• When “Bluetooth” is selected as the input
source, this unit will automatically try and
connect to the last connected Bluetooth ®
device. (“Linking” is displayed during this
process.)
• “Pairing” is displayed, and this unit waits for
registering.
5 Select “SC-C70” from the Bluetooth ®
device’s menu.
• The name of the connected device is
indicated on the display.
• The MAC address “******” (“******”
stands for a character that is unique to each
set.) may be displayed before “SC-C70” is
displayed.
Disconnecting a Bluetooth®
device
Note
1 Press [MENU].
• You can also enter pairing mode by pressing
and holding [ -PAIRING] when the input
source is “Bluetooth”.
• If prompted for the passkey, input “0000”.
• You can register up to 8 devices with this unit.
If a 9th device is paired, the device that has not
been used the longest will be replaced.
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Disconnect?” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and
then press [OK].
Note
• The Bluetooth® device will be disconnected if a
different audio source is selected.
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Licenses
FLAC Decoder
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2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Josh Coalson
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may be used to endorse or promote
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“Wi-Fi®” is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi
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“Wi-Fi Protected Setup™”, “WPA™”, and
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The Spotify software is subject to third party
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Specifications
■ GENERAL
Power supply
Power consumption
Power consumption
in standby mode
(Network Standby
Off & No clock
display)
Power consumption
in standby mode
(Network Standby
On & No clock
display)
Dimensions
(W×H×D)
Mass
Operating
temperature range
Operating humidity
range
■ DISC SECTION
AC 220 V to 240 V,
50/60 Hz
45 W
Playable Disc
(8 cm or 12 cm)
Pickup
Wavelength
Laser power
Format
0.2 W*1
Type
2 way, 2 speaker (Closed)
Woofer
8 cm × 1/ch,
Cone type
450 mm × 143 mm ×
280 mm
Approx. 7.8 kg
Tweeter
2 cm × 1/ch, Dome type
0 °C to 40 °C
Type
35 % to 80 % RH
(no condensation)
Sub woofer
2.0 W*1
Subwoofer
Bluetooth® system
specification
Wireless equipment
classification
Supported profiles
■ AMPLIFIER SECTION
Front speaker (L/R):
30 W + 30 W
(1 kHz, T.H.D. 1.0 %, 6 ,
20 kHz LPF)
Subwoofer:
40 W
(70 Hz, T.H.D. 1.0 %, 4 ,
20 kHz LPF)
30 stations
Frequency range
87.50 MHz to
108.00 MHz
(50 kHz step)
Antenna terminals
75  (unbalanced)
Sensitivity
*BER 4x10 -4
DAB external
antenna terminal
Class 2 (2.5 mW)
A2DP, AVRCP
AAC, SBC
Frequency band
2.4 GHz band FH-SS
Approx. 10 m Line of
sight*2
Operating distance
*2: Prospective communication distance
Measurement environment:
Temperature 25 °C/ Height 1.0 m
Measure in “Mode1”
■ TERMINALS SECTION
Headphones Jack
USB
Support Memory
Capacity
Maximum
number of folders
(albums)
Maximum
number of files
(songs)
File system
USB port power
DAB
Frequency band
(wavelength)
Bluetooth® Ver.2.1+EDR
Supported codec
■ TUNER SECTION
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Preset memory
1 way,
1 speaker (Bass reflex)
12 cm × 1, Cone type
■ Bluetooth® SECTION
connected & No clock display)
DAB memories
790 nm (CD)
CLASS 1
CD-DA
■ SPEAKER SECTION
Front speaker (L/R)
*1: Wireless Network Standby (Wired LAN not
Output power
CD, CD-R, CD-RW
20 channels
Band III (All Band III):
5A to 13F (174.928 MHz
to 239.200 MHz)
Min requirement:
–98 dBm
F-Connector (75 )
Ethernet interface
AUX Input
Digital Input
Format support
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Stereo, 3.5 mm
REAR USB
Type A Connector
2 TB (max)
800
8000
FAT16, FAT32
DC OUT 5 V 0.5 A (max)
LAN
(100BASE-TX/10BASE-T)
Stereo, 3.5 mm Jack
Optical digital input
(Optical terminal)
LPCM
Specifications
(Continued)
■ FORMAT SECTION
USB-A
Wi-Fi SECTION
Standard
Frequency Band
USB 2.0 high-speed
USB Mass Storage class
USB Standard
Security
Encryption Type
Authentication
type
WPS version
IEEE802.11b / g / n
2.4 GHz band (1 - 13 ch)
WPA2™,
Mixed mode WPA2™/
WPA™
TKIP / AES
PSK
WEP (64 bit/128 bit)
Version 2.0
■ File format
This unit supports the following file formats.
• This unit does not support the playback of copy-protected music files.
• Playback of all files in formats supported by this unit is not guaranteed.
• Playback of a file in a format not supported by this unit may cause choppy audio or noise. In such cases,
check to see if this unit supports the file format.
• This unit does not support VBR (Variable Bit Rate) playback.
• Some of the connected devices (servers) may be capable of converting files in formats not supported by
this unit and output them. For details, refer to the operating instructions for your server.
• File information (sampling frequency, etc.) shown by this unit and playback software may differ from each
other.
USB-A
File format
Extension
Sampling frequency
Bit rate /
Number of quantisation bits
MP3
.mp3
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
AAC
.m4a/.aac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WMA
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WAV
.wav
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
FLAC
.flac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
AIFF
.aiff
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
ALAC
.m4a
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
DSD
.dff/.dsf
2.8/5.6 MHz
LAN (DLNA)*
File format
Extension
Sampling frequency
Bit rate /
Number of quantisation bits
MP3
.mp3
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
AAC
.m4a/.aac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WMA
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WAV
.wav
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
FLAC
.flac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
AIFF
.aiff
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
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File format
Extension
Sampling frequency
ALAC
.m4a
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
DSD
.dff/.dsf
2.8/5.6 MHz
Bit rate /
Number of quantisation bits
16/24 bit
*: Whether or not each music file can be played back over your network is determined by the network server
even if the format of the file is listed above. For example, if you are using Windows Media Player 11, not
all music files on the PC are playable. You can play back only those added to the library of Windows Media
Player 11.
Note
• Specifications are subject to change without notice.
• Mass and dimensions are approximate.
Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries
Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that
used electrical and electronic products and batteries must not be mixed with general
household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take
them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national legislation.
By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any
potential negative effects on human health and the environment.
For more information about collection and recycling, please contact your local municipality.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom symbol):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies
with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, “Panasonic Corporation” declares that this product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2014/53/EU.
Customers can download a copy of the original DoC to our RE products from our DoC server:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre, Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg,
Germany
WLAN:
Frequency range used: 2412 MHz - 2472 MHz (1 - 13 ch)
Max. output power: 20 dBm (EIRP)
Bluetooth ®:
Frequency range used: 2402 MHz - 2480 MHz (Class2)
Max. output power: 9 dBm (EIRP)
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Headquarter Address:
Panasonic Corporation
Kadoma, Osaka, Japan
EU
Importer for Europe:
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
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Panasonic Corporation
Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
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