Beolab 3500 User Guide

BeoLab 3500
Guide
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Contents
Introducing BeoLab 3500, 4
This chapter provides you with an overview of how to use sources in your
main room audio or video system and listen to them on BeoLab 3500 in
another room.
Close-up operation, 6
Find out how to switch on the Timer Play function and ‘listen in’ on a
source playing on the main room system.
Use a Beo4 remote control, 8
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control to access main room
sources in a link room, make sound settings, and program a Wake-up
Timer.
Information in the display, 14
Find out about display information and how to make settings for the
display. This chapter also provides an overview of the types of
information shown in the BeoLab 3500 display.
How to install BeoLab 3500, 16
Information about installation, connections, and making BeoLab 3500
ready for use. Furthermore, you find cleaning instructions here.
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Introducing BeoLab 3500
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BeoLab 3500 gives your main
Bang & Olufsen system an extra
dimension. You can play any
source you like in your main
room audio or video system
and listen to it – via your
BeoLink installation – in the
room with your BeoLab 3500.
BeoLab 3500 can be operated
both close-up and with the
Beo4 remote control. However,
Beo4 gives you the full benefit
of your link system.
Using Beo4, you can control
playback functions in your main
room system, as well as make
BeoLab 3500 wake you up in
the morning.
Close-up operation …
– Switch on the radio in your main
room system, or listen-in on a
source that is currently playing.
– Include BeoLab 3500 in a Timer
Play programming made on your
main room system. Timer Play
switches your system on at a
certain time with a certain
source, and is programmed on
your main room system.
Using Beo4 …
– Switch on any source you like in
your main room system via
BeoLab 3500.
– Operate all the daily playback
functions for the source that is
currently playing via BeoLab 3500.
– Adjust the sound in BeoLab 3500.
– Make a Wake-up Timer on your
BeoLab 3500.
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Main room
Link room
The main room is the room in
which you have placed the audio
and/or video system – complete
with their various sources (the main
system).
The link room is where you have
BeoLab 3500 installed. From this
room you are able to control and
listen to the sources from the main
system.
There are two different BeoLink
distribution systems available:
– A cable based Master Link (ML)
system.
– A wireless system based on
BeoLink Wireless 1.
BeoLab 3500 can be used in either
system.
For information about installation
refer to ‘Set up BeoLab 3500’
(pp. 16–22) in this Guide.
Note: Although BeoLab 3500 has a
Power Link socket, it can not be
used as an ordinary Power Link
loudspeaker in a audio or video
system!
Close-up operation
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You can use the close-up
operation panel to include or
exclude BeoLab 3500 in a Timer
Play you have programmed on
your main audio or video system.
TIMER
BANG & OLUFSEN
TIMER key
MUTE
MUTE key
You can also listen in on a source
currently playing on the main
room system.
The BeoLab 3500 display and close-up operation panel. If BeoLab 3500 is
included in a Timer Play function, it is indicated by a small red light in the
TIMER key to the left on the display panel.
The Timer Play function is not available in all Bang & Olufsen systems.
Please refer to the Guide for your
main system.
Listen in and mute the sound
The key marked MUTE • enables
you to listen in on a source that is
currently playing in your main
system.
When you switch BeoLab 3500 on
in this way, you only get sound in
BeoLab 3500 – the loudspeakers in
the main system are not cut in.
– If no source is playing when you
touch MUTE •, BeoLab 3500
switches on the radio in your
main system.
– Touch MUTE • again briefly, and
BeoLab 3500 switches off (a red
standby indicator appears in the
display). If you keep your finger
on the key for two seconds, both
BeoLab 3500 and your main
system switch off simultaneously.
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Timer Play control
If you have programmed the main
system to start playing automatically
(Timer Play), BeoLab 3500 can be
included as well. You can activate
or deactivate the Timer Play function
on the close-up operation panel.
> Touch the TIMER key and you
see the current Timer setting of
BeoLab 3500 in the display.
> While the current setting is
displayed, touch the TIMER key
again to change the function
from TIMER (Timer Play) to
NO TIMER (no Timer Play), or
vice versa.
Remote control of Timer Play
When BeoLab 3500 is in standby,
you can use Beo4 to exclude or
include BeoLab 3500 in a Timer
Play programming.
> Press LIST repeatedly until SHIFT is
shown in the display.
> Press 0 to change between
TIMER ON and NO TIMER.
In order to display SHIFT, you must
first add it to the Beo4 list of
functions. Refer to ‘Customising
your Beo4’ in the Beo4 Guide.
Information in the BeoLab 3500
display
TIMER ON
The display shows that BeoLab 3500
is included in a Timer Play
programming.
NO TIMER
The display shows that BeoLab 3500
is excluded from a Timer Play
programming – it will not start up
automatically as programmed on
your main system.
Use a Beo4 remote control
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The Beo4 remote control enables
you to switch on the source you
wish to listen to from your main
room audio or video system,
and to control functions for that
source – just as if you were
operating your main system
directly.
With Beo4, you can make a
separate Wake-up Timer on
BeoLab 3500, and adjust sound
settings for the link speaker.
Functions mentioned on these pages
are only available via BeoLab 3500
if the source in question is present
in your Bang & Olufsen system and
the source supports the function.
To switch on an Audio source …
> Press RADIO to listen to a radio
programme.
> Press CD to listen to a CD.
> Press A MEM (A TAPE) to listen
to an audio recording.
To switch on a Video source …
> Press TV to listen to TV.
> Press DTV (SAT) to listen to
digital TV.
> Press V MEM (V TAPE) to listen
to a video recording.
> Press DVD to listen to a DVD.
To switch on additional
sources …
> Press LIST to display additional
sources, such as N.MUSIC (music
stored on a PC), and then press
GO to switch on a source.
The Beo4 remote control is available as an optional extra from your
Bang & Olufsen retailer.
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Examples of source functions …
– Press the number buttons to
enter the program, track or disc
number you want to hear.
– Press or to step through
programs, recordings or tracks.
– Press or to search through a
CD in a single CD player, or step
between CDs in a multi-CD
player.
– Press the yellow button to search
forward through a CD in a multiCD player.
– Press the green button to search
backward through a CD in a
multi-CD player
– Press STOP to pause playback.
Press a second time to stop
playback completely
– Press GO to resume playback
– Press • to switch off the link
speaker. Press and hold to switch
off your Bang & Olufsen system
as well.
Additional functions with Beo4 ... BeoLab 3500 and the main
Mute … Pressing the middle of the system in one room …
volume button while BeoLab 3500 When BeoLab 3500 is set up in the
same room as the main system, and
is in standby, corresponds to
touching MUTE • directly on
you press a source button, such as
BeoLab 3500 (see p. 13).
RADIO, CD or TV, the sound is
Playback … To start playback on a reproduced through the
secondary video recorder or DVD loudspeakers in the main system.
player in your main system, press
However, if you want the sound
LIST to display DVD2* (V.TAPE2)
and then GO.
reproduced through BeoLab 3500
instead, press LIST to display LINK*
and then a source button, such as
RADIO, CD or TV.
BeoLab 3500 must be set to Option 4
as explained in ‘Ready for use …’
(p. 22).
Refer to the Guide enclosed with
your main system for further
information about source functions.
*NOTE! In order to display these
functions, you must first add them
to the Beo4 list of functions. Refer
to the chapter ‘Customising your
Beo4’ in the Beo4 Guide.
Adjust sound with Beo4
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With the Beo4 remote control
you can adjust the sound
coming out of BeoLab 3500.
All sound levels are reset to their
original values when you switch
off BeoLab 3500 – unless you
store them permanently.
All the current sound levels,
including volume level, are
stored simultaneously.
To adjust sound volume or mute
the sound …
> Press or to adjust the sound
volume up or down.
> Press the middle of the
button to mute the sound, and
press or to restore the sound.
To adjust speaker balance …
> Press LIST repeatedly until
SPEAKER* is shown in the display.
> Press or to adjust balance
left or right.
The BeoLab 3500 sound is
adjusted independently from
your main audio or video
system.
To adjust bass, treble or
loudness …
> Press LIST repeatedly until
A.SETUP* (or V.SETUP* for a
video source) is shown in the
display.
> Press GO to be able to adjust
settings.
> Press LIST repeatedly until BASS,
TREBLE or LOUDNESS is shown
in the display.
> Press or to adjust the
setting.
> Press GO to select the setting.
To store sound settings
permanently – making a new
preset start-up sound level …
> Press LIST repeatedly until
S.STORE* is shown in the display.
> Press GO to store settings
permanently.
*NOTE! In order to display these
functions, you must first add them
to the Beo4 list of functions. Refer
to the chapter ‘Customising your
Beo4’ in the Beo4 Guide.
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Information in the display
VOL 36
The current volume level. Volume
can be adjusted in steps of two
within a range of 00 to 72.
TREBLE 0
The current treble level – here
neutral. Treble can be adjusted
within a range of -7 to +7.
BALANCE
The current balance setting – here
neutral. Balance can be adjusted
within a range of 7 to either side.
LOUDNESS
The display shows the current loudness setting – shining steadily for
‘on’, blinking ‘LOUDNESS’ and ‘OFF’
for ‘off’.
BASS 0
The current bass level – here
neutral. Bass can be adjusted
within a range of -7 to +7.
Make a Wake-up Timer
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A Wake-up Timer is a once-only
Timer, and is deleted once it has
been executed. You can also
delete a Wake-up Timer yourself.
Choose the time and a specific
source, such as CD, for your
Wake-up Timer. Unless you
specify differently, the Wake-up
Timer starts on the last played
radio station.
To make BeoLab 3500 wake you
up every morning, for example,
program your main audio or
video system for Timer Play. For
further information, refer to the
Guide included with your main
system – and to page 7 in this
Guide.
To make a Wake-up Timer …
> Press MENU on Beo4.
> Press the button for the source
you wish to use, such as RADIO
or CD. If you choose CD as your
source, make sure that a CD is
loaded in the audio system.
> If necessary, use the number
buttons to enter a program
number and press GO.
> Using the number buttons, enter
the wake-up time.
> If you change your mind, press
EXIT to cancel the Wake-up
Timer. Otherwise…
> …press GO to store the Wakeup Timer.
Once you have made one Wake-up
Timer, BeoLab 3500 automatically
suggests the time you entered for
the last Wake-up Timer in the
display, when you start to make a
new timer.
To delete a Wake-up Timer …
> Press MENU to view your Wakeup Timer.
> Press STOP to delete the Timer.
> Press GO to confirm.
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Information in the display
ON –:– –
BeoLab 3500 is ready for you to key
in a time for your Wake-up Timer.
STORED
You have now stored your Wakeup Timer.
DELETED
You have now deleted your Wakeup Timer.
ILLEGAL
The time you entered is not correct,
simply key in a different time.
About the Wake-up Timer and
Timer Play
A Wake-up Timer you make on
BeoLab 3500 may overrule a Timer
Play you have programmed on your
main room system.
For example: If your Timer Play is
set to start at seven o’clock in the
morning and you set the Wake-up
Timer for nine o’clock in the
morning, then your Timer Play is
overruled.
However, if you set your Wake-up
Timer to start at five o’clock in the
morning and your Timer Play is set
to start at seven o’clock, then both
Timers will be executed.
Information in the display
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The red display on BeoLab 3500
adjusts automatically to the
surrounding light. This makes
the display easy to read in all
lighting conditions.
The display can be set up to give
you information about the
source you are listening to. In
addition, if the main system has
a clock function, BeoLab 3500
can be set to show the time.
Display settings
NO CLOCK
No time indication in the display –
in standby the display only shows
the red standby light. When
BeoLab 3500 is in use, the display
shows the current source. Select
this option if your main system
does not support the clock function.
CLOCK 1 •
In standby the display shows the
time and the red standby light.
When BeoLab 3500 is in use, the
display shows the current source.
CLOCK 2 •
In standby the display shows the
time and the red standby light. The
time indication remains on when
BeoLab 3500 is in use, but whenever
you operate BeoLab 3500 (either
close-up or by remote control), the
display briefly shows the status of
the operation. This is the factory
setup.
To select display setting …
> While touching the TIMER key,
touch the MUTE • key briefly.
The display first shows the cue
for the current setting.
> Touch MUTE • again, and the
cue in the display changes.
> Keep touching MUTE • in this
way until the cue for the setting
you want is displayed.
> Let go of both keys.
If you select either CLOCK 1 or
CLOCK 2 in a Wireless 1 setup, set
the time on the main system afterwards – in order to force an update
of the clock display.
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Additional status displays
A.MEM 1
You are listening to track number 1
in your audio recorder.
DTV 12
You are listening to your digital TV
program number 12.
RADIO 3
You are listening to your radio
program number 3.
A.MEM < >
The two arrows pointing left and
right (< >) indicate that the source
has stopped. They also appear with
V.MEM and CD.
DVD 1
You are listening to chapter number 1
on a DVD.
RECORD
RECORD blinks three times in the
display to inform you that a
recording is progressing. In order
not to spoil the recording, the
system automatically switches to
the source that is being recorded
instead, and you hear it on the link
speaker.
A.MEM <<
The double arrows pointing left
(<<) indicate that the recording is
being rewound. They also appear
with V.MEM and CD.
A.MEM >>
The double arrows pointing right
(>>) indicate that the recording is
being fast forwarded. They also
appear with V.MEM and CD.
CD 12
You are listening to track number 12
on a CD in a single CD player.
CD3 4
You are listening to disc number 3
and track number 4 on a CD in a
multi-CD player.
DVD2 1
You are listening to chapter number 1
on DVD2.
LOAD
If there is no disc in your CD player,
DVD player, audio or video tape
recorder when you press the source
button, the display reminds you to
load it by flashing LOAD three
times.
N.MUSIC
You are listening to N.MUSIC – the
Bang & Olufsen term for music
stored on a PC – on BeoLink PC2/
BeoPort.
N.RADIO
You are listening to N.RADIO – the
Bang & Olufsen term for Internet
radio programs – on BeoLink PC2/
BeoPort.
TV 3
You are listening to your TV program
number 3.
V.MEM 1
You are listening to recording
number 1 on your video recorder.
Set up BeoLab 3500
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On the next pages is explained
how to install BeoLab 3500 in a
cable based Master Link system
or in a wireless Master Link
system.
BeoLab 3500 must be placed horizontally on the wall, or fastened to the
We recommend that you follow optional table stand. Plug in the cables before you fasten BeoLab 3500
to the wall or table stand.
this procedure:
– Disconnect the entire system
Cautions
from the mains supply.
– Run a Master Link cable from the – Make sure that BeoLab 3500 is
– Do not place BeoLab 3500 in direct
main system to the link room (or
placed and connected in
sunlight or direct artificial light (a
accordance with the instructions
install BeoLink Wireless 1 as
spotlight, for example), or near
in this Guide. To prevent injury,
explained in the Guide enclosed
objects generating electrical noise
with Wireless 1).
use Bang & Olufsen approved
(light dimmers, for example), as
stands and wall brackets only!
– Connect BeoLab 3500 as
this may reduce the sensitivity of
explained in ‘Cable connections’ – BeoLab 3500 can only be
the remote control receiver.
(pp. 20–21).
switched off completely by
– For optimum sound quality, do
– Connect the entire system to the
disconnecting it from the wall
not place BeoLab 3500 enclosed
mains supply again, and set
socket.
in, for example, a shallow bookBeoLab 3500 to the correct
– Do not attempt to open
case. Leave a minimum of 20 cm
Option setting. This is explained
BeoLab 3500. Leave such
(8") free space at the sides, and
in ‘Ready for use …’ (p. 22).
operations to qualified service
never place anything directly in
personnel!
front of BeoLab 3500.
– BeoLab 3500 is designed for
indoor use in dry, domestic
environments only, and for use
within a temperature range of
10–40º C (50–105º F).
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Wall bracket: A wall bracket for
fastening BeoLab 3500 to a wall is
included in the package. We
recommend that you place
BeoLab 3500 in a suitable height
above the floor to facilitate closeup operation and the use of the
status display.
To allow for placement at different
heights, BeoLab 3500 can be tilted
to aim the sound towards your
listening position (for example, if
BeoLab 3500 is mounted in a high
position, tilt it downwards).
On page 18–19 is explained how to
set up BeoLab 3500 on a wall.
Table stand: As an alternative to
the wall bracket, you may use the
optional stand – which makes
placement of BeoLab 3500 even
more flexible.
To allow for placement at different
heights, the stand has been
furnished with two sets of holes.
Using the lower set of holes will tilt
BeoLab 3500 upwards, and vice
versa.
On page 19 is explained how to set
up BeoLab 3500 on the table stand.
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>> Set up BeoLab 3500
To fasten BeoLab 3500 on a
solid wall:
– Mark and drill the holes in the
wall, using the bracket as a
template.
– Fasten the bracket to the wall. Use
the correct size and type of screws
and wall anchors, taking into
account the construction and
condition of the wall. Use three
screws and wall anchors each with
a minimum load rating of 13 kg
(29 lbs). Level the bracket before
tightening the screws (A).
– Detach the grey plastic cover (B)
from the wall mount and connect
the cables.
– Hang BeoLab 3500 on the bracket
by inserting the two plastic pegs
into the holes on the upper edge
of the wall bracket.
– Secure BeoLab 3500 to the bracket
with the two screws (C), and
attach the grey plastic cover again
(B).
56 cm
22"
56 cm
22"
A
C
B
C
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To fasten the bracket on a light
partition wall:
Light partition walls are often
constructed of gypsum panels –
known as drywall or wall board –
secured to vertical studs. Gypsum is
not a satisfactory material to support
the weight of BeoLab 3500!
If you wish to hang BeoLab 3500 on
a gypsum wall, using the standard
wall bracket, use one round-headed
lag screw (ø 4.5 mm – 0.18"), which
penetrate the gypsum and are
screwed a minimum of 25 mm (1")
into a vertical stud. Furthermore, use
two additional screws of a type
intended for gypsum walls.
If you want to place BeoLab 3500
between studs, fasten the additional
wall plate to a vertical stud in each
end, using the appropriate type of
screw. Then fasten the standard
wall bracket to the plate, using the
three screws provided.
The dimensions of the additional
wall plate is adapted specially for
use in the USA.
To fasten BeoLab 3500 on a
table stand:
Unscrew the spring loaded screws
on the rear of BeoLab 3500 in order
to detach the grey plastic wall
mount.
Attach BeoLab 3500 to the stand
using the two small screws enclosed
with the stand.
Cable connections …
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… In a cable based Master Link
system
Follow the instructions on this
page, if you are going to connect
BeoLab 3500 to the main room
with a Master Link cable.
In the link room: Connect the
Master Link cable (flat multi-pin
plug) to the Master Link socket on
BeoLab 3500, and run the cable to
the ML junction box.
Master Link connection to the
main room system
Main room
In the main room: Connect the
Master Link cable (flat multi-pin
plug) to the Master Link socket on
the main system, and then run the
cable to the ML junction box.
Inside the junction box, join the
cables as explained in the guide
enclosed with the box. This guide
contains information about the
many possibilities of the box and
how to join the cables.
Link room
MASTER LINK
MASTER LINK
ML junction box
Finally connect BeoLab 3500 to the
mains supply – and turn on the
power for your main system.
For further information about other
accessories, cables, cable covers,
etc., contact your Bang & Olufsen
retailer.
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… In a wireless Master Link
system
Follow the instructions on this
page, if you are going to connect
BeoLab 3500 to the main room
via a BeoLink Wireless 1 system.
BeoLink
Wireless 1
Main room
ML
In the main room: Connect the
Wireless 1 unit you have assigned
as transmitter to the Master Link
socket on the main system.
R
Link room
MASTER LINK
For information about how to set up
the BeoLink Wireless 1 units, refer
to the Guide enclosed with
Wireless 1.
MASTER LINK
BeoLink
Wireless 1
T
In the link room: Connect the
Wireless 1 you have assigned as
receiver to the Master Link socket on
BeoLab 3500. Connect BeoLab 3500
and Wireless 1 to the mains supply.
R
BeoLink
Wireless 1
Ready for use …
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TIMER
MUTE
BANG & OLUFSEN
For further information about the
display, refer to ‘Information in the
display’ (pp. 14–15) in this Guide.
Option 4
Option 5
Option 6
When you have finished setting-up
BeoLab 3500, connect it to the
mains supply. Then switch on the
power for the main system.
When first switched on, the red
stand-by indicator in the display
will light up and, after a while, the
clock will be shown in the display.
However, if your main system is of
a type without the clock option,
the display will only show :
Option settings
BeoLab 3500 can be set to the
following Options:
Option 0: Used if you want to
disable remote control operation.
Option 4: Used if you install
BeoLab 3500 in the same room
as your main system (for example
in a large L-shaped room with
two separate listening positions).
Option 5: Used if you set up a
Bang & Olufsen television in the
same room as BeoLab 3500.
Option 6: Used in a setup with the
main system in one room, and
BeoLab 3500 in another – as
described in this guide (this is
the factory setting).
Use a Beo4 remote control to set
the Option. The entire system must
be switched to stand-by.
> While holding down the • button,
press LIST.
> Let go of both buttons.
> Press LIST repeatedly until
OPTION? is shown in the Beo4
display, and press GO.
> Press LIST repeatedly until L.OPT
is shown in the Beo4 display,
and then key in the appropriate
number (0, 4, 5 or 6).
Cleaning BeoLab 3500
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Never use alcohol or other solvents to
clean any parts of BeoLab 3500.
Clean the metal surfaces using a dry,
soft cloth. If necessary, remove
grease stains or persistent dirt with
a lint-free, firmly wrung cloth, dipped
in a solution of water containing
only a few drops of mild detergent,
such as washing-up liquid.
The centre part of BeoLab 3500
(display and buttons), is coated with
a special ‘self-healing’ protective
varnish. This means that minor
scratches will ‘heal’ by themselves.
Only a dry cloth must be used to
clean this part.
The front cloth may be cleaned
with a vacuum cleaner with a soft
brush nozzle, and set to the lowest
suction level.
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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) –
Environmental protection
The European Parliament and the
Products and equipment which
Council of the European Union
must be collected for reuse,
have issued the Waste Electrical
recycling and other forms of
and Electronic Equipment Directive. recovery are marked with the
The purpose of the Directive is the
pictogram shown.
prevention of waste of electrical
When disposing of electrical and
and electronic equipment, and to
electronic equipment by use of the
promote the reuse and recycling
collection systems available in your
and other forms of recovery of
country, you protect the
such waste. As such the Directive
environment, human health and
concerns producers, distributors
contribute to the prudent and
and consumers.
rational use of natural resources.
The WEEE directive requires that
Collecting electrical and electronic
both manufacturers and endequipment and waste prevents the
consumers dispose of electrical
potential contamination of nature
and electronic equipment and
with the hazardous substances
parts in an environmentally safe
which may be present in electrical
manner, and that equipment and
and electronic products and
waste are reused or recovered for
equipment.
their materials or energy.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer will
Electrical and electronic equipment assist with and advise you of the
and parts must not be disposed of
correct way of disposal in your
with ordinary household refuse; all country.
electrical and electronic equipment
and parts must be collected and
disposed of separately.
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This product fulfils the
conditions stated in the
Directives 89/336/EEC and
73/23/EEC.
Technical specifications, features
and the use thereof are subject to
change without notice!
For the US-market only!
For the Canadian market only!
NOTE: This equipment has been
This class B digital apparatus meets
tested and found to comply with the all requirements of the Canadian
limits for a class B digital device,
Interference-Causing Equipment
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. Regulations.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the
following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
– Increase the separation between
the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an
outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is
connected.
– Consult the retailer or an
experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
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