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AZ2700 - Portable CDMini System  
Power supply  
Installation  
Cassette recorder  
Return your W arranty Registration card today to  
ensure you receive all the benefits you’re entitled to.  
POWERSUPPLY  
REMOVABLESPEAKERS  
Taking off the speakers  
CASSETTERECORDING  
DUBBING: COPYINGFROM DECK2 TO1  
Batteries  
General information on cassette recording  
For best results, use the ACpower supplyor fresh  
Once your Philips magnavox purchase  
is registered, you’re eligible to receive  
all the privileges of owning a Philips  
magnavox product.  
• So complete and return the Warranty  
Registration Card enclosed with your  
purchase at once. And take advantage  
of these important benefits.  
Whenever convenient, use the power supplyif you want to  
conserve batterylife. Make sure you remove the power cord  
fromthe set and the wall outlet before inserting batteries.  
Keep the levers (found on the backcorners of the spea-  
kers)pressed and slide the speaker upwards.  
Recording is permissible insofar as copyright or other batteries.  
rights of third parties are not infringed.  
AZ 2700 Portable CD Mini System  
Set the source selector to TAPEand do not move this  
switch during recording.  
The ideal position is obtained when the 2 front speakers  
Recording is onlypossible on deck1. During recording  
it is advisable not to wind or rewind a tape in deck2.  
This deckis not suited for recording on CHROME(IEC  
II)or METAL(IECIV)type cassettes. For recording you  
should use NORMALtype cassettes (IECI)on which  
the tabs have not been broken.  
Open the batterycompartment and insert as shown six and the listening position build an equilateral triangle and  
batteries, type R20, UM1 or D-cells.  
the speakers are at ear-height.  
Replace the compartment door, making sure the batte- Note: Speakers with an impedance of 4 ohms or higher  
ries are firmlyand correctlyin place.  
other than as supplied maybe used instead. Do not,  
Remove the batteries if exhausted or if theywill not be however, use speakers with a lower impedance as this  
used again for a long period.  
Press both STOP·OPEN9/ keys and insert a  
recorded tape into deck2 and a suitable tape for  
recording in deck1.  
Press PAUSE;on deck1 and then RECORD0.  
To start dubbing, press PLAY2on deck2.  
W arranty  
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Model  
will result in damage to your set.  
The recording level is set automatically. Altering the  
VOLUME, DBBor TONEwill not affect the recording in  
progress.  
PAUSE;is then released.  
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The incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte  
Bypressing PAUSE;on deck1 you can omit  
undesired passages while playbackon deck2  
continues.  
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your right to maximum  
protection under the  
Warranty Registration  
Card serves as verification away guarantees you’ll  
of ownership in the event receive all the information  
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batteries to burst. Therefore:  
No recording will take place during the first 7 seconds,  
when the leader tape passes the recorder heads.  
To prevent the accidental erasure of a recording, keep  
the cassette side to be safeguarded in front of you and  
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Do not mixbatterytypes, e.g. alkaline with zinc car-  
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Slide the speakers fromabove in the sleeves on the  
sides of the set cabinet. The speakers will clickinto  
position.  
Pressing PAUSE ;on deck2 will create pauses.  
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To stop, press both STOP·OPENkeys 9/.  
When inserting new batteries, replace all sixbatte-  
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terms and conditions of  
your Magnavox warranty.  
of product theft or loss.  
and special offers which  
you qualify for as the  
owner of your model.  
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breakout the left tab. Now recording on this side is no CDsynchro - recording from the CD-player  
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Note; The batterysupplyis switched off when the set is  
connected to the ACpower.  
longer possible.  
Set the source selector to CD.  
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Connect the right speaker to the terminal R, with the  
red marked wire to + and the the blackwire to.  
Clip the exposed portion of wire into the corresponding  
color terminal.  
Repeat the wiring procedure for the left speaker to ter-  
minal L, making sure that you connect the red wire to +  
and the blackto .  
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To render this safeguard ineffective, cover the tabs  
with a piece of adhesive tape.  
Insert a CDand if desired, programtracknumbers.  
Insert a recordable cassette with the full reel on the  
left-hand side.  
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Starting and stopping the recording  
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For Custom er Use  
Checkif the power voltage as shown on the type plate  
(on the base of the set)corresponds to your local  
power voltage. If it does not, consult your dealer or  
service organisation.  
Press RECORD0to start recording.  
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safetysymbols  
Enter below the Serial No. which is  
located on the rear of the cabinet. Retain  
this information for future reference.  
Set the source selector to TAPE.  
Playing of the CDprogramstarts automaticallyfrom  
the beginning of the program.  
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Press STOP·OPEN9/to open the cassette holder.  
Insert the cassette with the full reel on the left-hand  
side.  
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For brief interruptions, press PAUSE;.  
To resume recording, press PAUSE;again.  
To stop recording press STOP·OPEN9/.  
If your set is equipped with a voltage selector, set it to  
the local power voltage  
Connect the power cord to the MAINS ~outlet  
and the wall outlet.  
RIS K OF ELECTRIC S HOCK  
DO NOT OP EN  
Start recording bypressing RECORD0. There is no  
need to press the PLAY2key. This will happen auto-  
matically.  
To record on the other side of the cassette, turn it over  
byhand, rewind it to the beginning and press  
RECORD0.  
Model No. _______________________  
Serial No. ________________________  
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT  
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS  
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.  
To select and record a particular passage within a  
track  
The set is now readyto use.  
To switch off the ACpower supplycompletely, pull the  
power plug out of the wall outlet.  
Press SEARCHor §to select a passage.  
Put the CDplayer in PAUSE;position at the selected  
passage.  
Owner’s Manual  
Mode d’em ploi  
Instructivo de m anejo  
This “bolt of lightning”  
WARNING: TO PREVENT  
FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO  
NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO  
Disconnect the power cord when you change over to  
batterysupply, or to protect the set during heavythun-  
derstorms.  
Recording from the radio  
indicates uninsulated material  
Press STOP·OPEN9 /to open the cassettte holder.  
Insert a recordable cassette with the full reel on the  
left-hand side.  
Press RECORD0to start recording fromthis exact  
point.  
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within your unit may cause an  
electrical shock. For the safety of  
Set the source selector to TUNER.  
PHILIPS CONSUMERELECTRONICS COMPANY  
ADivision of Philips Electronics North America Corporation  
Knoxville, Tennessee 37914-1810, U.S.A.  
everyone in your household, please do RAIN OR MOISTURE.  
not remove product covering.  
Tune to the desired station (see radio reception).  
Press RECORD0to start recording.  
For brief interruptions, press PAUSE;.  
To resume recording, press PAUSE;again.  
To stop, press STOP·OPEN9/.  
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wide slot, and fully insert.  
printed in Hong Kong  
TCText/CvB/9804  
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SAFETY  
Operation  
Tuner  
CDPlayer  
Maintenance  
Recycling  
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GENERALOPERATION  
PLAYINGACD  
PRECAUTIONS  
CDHANDLING  
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To switch on the set, use the source selector.  
Set the source selector to CD.  
Press OPENto open the CDdoor.  
Place the set on a hard and flat surface so that it does  
not tilt.  
Use Digital Audio CDs only.  
To take the CDout of its boxeasily, press the center  
spindle while lifting the CD.  
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To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,  
do not expose this appliance to rain or  
moisture.  
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B  
limits for radio noise emissions fromdigital apparatus  
as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the  
Canadian Department of Communications.  
Adjust the sound using the VOLUME, TONEand DBB  
controls.  
To switch off the set, set the source selector to  
TAPE/OFFposition, with the cassette keys released.  
Insert the AUDIOCD, printed side facing up.  
To close the CDdoor, push the door down.  
Playbackwill start bypressing PLAY·PAUSE2;.  
Adjust the sound using the VOLUME, TONEand DBB  
controls.  
Before replacing or removing the batteries, always  
switch off the set first and wait until the CDdisplay  
goes out.  
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Never write on a CDor attach anysticker to the CD.  
Always hold the CDat the edge and always store it in  
its boxafter use, label facing up.  
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Do not cover the set, because the amplifier produces  
heat which must dissipate freely, so make sure that  
there is sufficient ventilation around the set. Aminimum  
gap of 15 cmis necessary.  
UNLOCK  
SPEAKER  
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CAUTION  
Use of controls or adjustments or per-  
formance of procedures other than herein  
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.  
SHUFFLE  
TUNER  
The lens of the CDplayer should never be touched.  
Do not use cleaning agents to clean a CDas this may  
damage the CD. To remove dust and dirt breathe on  
the CDand wipe it with a soft, lint-free cloth in a  
straight line fromthe center towards the edge.  
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To interrupt playback, press PLAY·PAUSE2;.  
Press PLAY·PAUSE2; again to continue playback.  
Press STOP9to stop CDplayback.  
Set the source selector to TAPE/OFFposition to switch  
off the set.  
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Set the source selector to TUNER.  
Adjust the sound using the VOLUME, TONEand DBB  
controls.  
Select the wave band using the FM–AMselector .  
Tune to a radio station using the TUNINGknob.  
GENERALMAINTENANCE  
The set complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15 and with  
The mechanical parts of the CDplayer and the cassette  
deckcontain self-lubricating bearings and must not be  
oiled or lubricated.  
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Note: CDplaybackwill also stop when:  
RECYCLING  
For FM, pull out the telescopic antenna. To improve  
FM-reception, incline and turn the antenna. Reduce  
its length if the FM-signal is too strong (veryclose  
to a transmitter).  
the CDhas reached the end;  
the CDdoor is opened;  
the source selector is in the TAPE/OFF  
position.  
Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal  
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ficient for cleaning the housing.  
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SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS  
Read before operating equipment  
Do not use cleaning agents containing alcohol, spirits,  
ammonia or abrasives as these mayharmthe housing.  
Do not leave the set, CDs, batteries or cassettes to  
humidity, rain, sand, direct sunlight or other places  
where high temperatures can occur, such as in the  
vicinityof heating apparatus or in motor cars parked in  
the sun.  
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if  
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disassembled bya specialized company.  
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This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict qualityand 11.Grounding or Polarization -  
safetystandards. There are, however, some installation and operation  
precautions which you should be particularlyaware of.  
so the telescopic antenna is not needed. Direct the SELECTINGADIFFERENTTRACKDURINGPLAYBACK  
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means of an appliance is not defeated.  
antenna byturning the whole set.  
All redundant packaging material has been omitted.  
We have done our utmost to make the packaging  
easilyseparable into three mono-materials:  
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You can jump to the next trackbypressing §once. If  
you want to skip more than one track, press §more  
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1. Read Instructions - All the safetyand operating instructions  
should be read before the appliance is operated.  
2. Retain Instructions - The safetyand operating instructions should  
be retained for future reference.  
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance and in the  
operating instructions should be adhered to.  
4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use instructions should be  
followed.  
5. Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be used near  
water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink,  
laundrytub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool, etc.  
6. Carts and Stands - The appliance should be used onlywith a cart  
or stand that is recommended bythe manufacturer.  
6A. An appliance and cart combination should be moved  
with care. Quickstops, excessive force, and uneven  
surfaces maycause the appliance and cart  
combination to overturn.  
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cardboard (box)  
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polyethylene (bags, protective foamsheet)  
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electric shock, match the wide blade of this plug to the wide slot,  
thenfullyinsert. Do not use this (polarized)plug with an extension  
cord, receptacle or other outlet unless the blades can be fully  
inserted to prevent blade exposure.  
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If you want to repeat the running trackfromthe begin-  
ning, pressonce. If you want to repeat one of the  
previous tracks, pressmore than once until the dis-  
playshows the required tracknumber.  
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Do not dispose of exhausted batteries with your house-  
hold waste.  
Total track number and playing time:  
in stop position.  
Current track number and elapsed playing time:  
during CDplay.  
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12.Power-Cord Protection - Power supplycords should be routed so  
that theyare not likelyto be walked on or pinched byitems placed  
upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and plugs,  
convenience receptacles, and the point where theyexit fromthe  
appliance.  
13.Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned onlyas recommended  
bythe manufacturer.  
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The lens maycloud over if the CDplayer is moved from  
cold to warmsurroundings. The CDplayer will not  
start. Give the player some time to acclimatise.  
Keep the CDcompartment free of dust using a clean  
cloth.  
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4.Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located awayfrom  
In the STOPposition you can also select the desired  
trackusing the SEARCH§ or button.  
Press PLAY·PAUSE2; to start playback.  
LASER PRODUCT  
power lines.  
PROGRAM: when programfunction is active.  
door: when the CDdoor is open.  
15.Nonuse Periods - The power cord of the appliance should be  
unplugged fromthe outlet when left unused for a long period of  
time.  
RECORDERMAINTENANCE  
P: (PROGRAM)when a trackis stored.  
F: (FULL)maximumnumber of tracks is stored.  
C: (CLEAR)when PROGRAMis erased.  
No diSC: error in CDoperation or with the CD(see  
Troubleshooting)  
7.  
Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be mounted to 16.Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do  
To ensure a good recording and playbackquality, clean  
the indicated parts A,Band Cafter every50 hours of  
operation or, on average, once a month. Use a cotton bud  
slightlymoistened with alcohol or a special head cleaning  
fluid.  
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RIGHT  
a wall or ceiling onlyas recommended bythe manufacturer.  
not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through  
openings.  
SEARCHINGAPASSAGEWITHIN ATRACK  
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8. Ventilation - The appliance should be situated so that its location  
or position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For  
example, the appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug,  
or similar surface that mayblockthe ventilation openings; or, placed  
in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may  
impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings.  
You can search for a passage within a track. The CDis  
played at low volume and at high speed.  
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17.Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be serviced by  
10 mm  
qualified service personnel when:  
AB. TOhbejepcotswhear-vseufpapllyenc,oordr loiqrutihdehpalsugsphiallsedbeinetnodtahme aagpepdli;aonrce; or  
Keep the SEARCHor §button pressed during play-  
back, and release the button as soon as you recognize  
the required passage: normal CDplaybackwill resume  
fromthis point.  
Press PLAY2and clean the rubber pressure rollers C.  
Then press PAUSE;and clean the capstans Band  
the heads A.  
9.  
Heat - The appliance should be situated awayfromheat sources  
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or  
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances  
(including amplifiers)that produce heat.  
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.  
18.Servicing - The user should not attempt to service the appliance  
beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other  
servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.  
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0.Power Sources - The appliance should be connected to a power  
After cleaning, press STOP·OPEN9 /.  
supplyonlyof the type described in the operating instructions or as  
marked on the appliance.  
Cleaning of the heads Acan also be done byplaying a  
cleaning cassette through once.  
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EL4562-1  
English  
Français  
Español  
LIMITEDWARRANTY  
CDPlayer  
Cassette recorder  
Troubleshooting  
FRONTPANEL  
To increase the bass level  
To adjust the volume level  
To adjust the emphasis on high or low tones  
3.5 mmheadphone socket  
To select the source of sound: CD-TUNER-TAPE/OFFand  
to switch the POWERON/OFF  
PANNEAUFRONTAL  
Pour renforcer les basses  
Pour régler le volume  
Pour régler les aigus et les graves  
Prise de casque 3,5 mm  
FRENTE  
Para aumentar el nivel del bajo  
Para ajustar el nivel del volumen  
Para ajustar el énfasis en los tonos altos o los bajos  
Enchufe de 3,5 mmpara auriculares  
Para seleccionar la fuente del sonido CD-TUNER-TAPE/OFFypara  
apagar/encender la energía  
PO RTABLE AUDIO  
90 Days Free Exchange  
This product must be carried in for an exchange.  
PLAYINGTRACKS IN RANDOM ORDER–  
SHUFFLEMODE  
If a fault occurs, first checkthe points listed below before taking the set for repair. If you are unable to remedya  
problembyfollowing these hints, consult your dealer or service center.  
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you tryto repair the set yourself, as this would invalidate the warranty.  
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DBB Dynamic Bass Boost  
VOLUME  
TONECONTROL  
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CASSETTEPLAYBACK  
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3
4
5
The SHUFFLEmode allows you to playall tracks on the  
CDin a randomorder.  
Set the source selector to TAPE/OFF.  
Press STOP·OPEN9 /to open the cassette holder.  
Insert a recorded cassette.  
Press PLAY2and playbackwill start.  
Adjust the sound using the VOLUME, DBBand TONE  
controls.  
W HO IS CO VERED?  
EXCHANGING A PRO DUCT IN U.S.A.,  
PUERTO RICO O R U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS...  
Contact your dealer to arrange an exchange. Or, ship the  
product, insured and freight prepaid, and with proof of  
purchase enclosed, to the address listed below.  
Small Product Service Center  
You must have proof of purchase to exchange the product.  
A sales receipt or other document showing that you  
purchased the product is considered proof of purchase.  
Attach it to this owner’s manual and keep both nearby.  
W HAT IS CO VERED?  
PROBLEM  
Reversed left and right sound  
SOURCESELECTOR  
Pour sélectionner la source du son: CD-TUNER-TAPE/OFFainsi que  
pour mettre l’appareil sous/hors tension  
Note: The SHUFFLEMODEcannot be combined with the  
PROGRAMfeature.  
POSSIBLECAUSE  
Speakers are wronglyconnected  
Press MODEonce before or during CDplayback.  
The displaywill show SHUFFLE.  
Tracks will now be played in randomorder.  
During playbackyou can useor §to select  
another randomtrack.  
REMEDY  
Connect speakers properly, Lto left, Rto right  
TUNER  
To select the wave band  
To tune to stations on AMor FMwave bands  
RADIO  
Pour sélectionner la bande de fréquences  
Pourréglerla radio sur des stations des bandes de fréquences AMou FM Para sintonizar las emisoras en las bandas de ondas AMyFM  
ELRADIO  
Para seleccionar la banda de ondas  
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FM-AM  
TUNING  
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your product.  
Philips Service Company  
907 Snapps Ferry Road  
Plant 2, Building 6  
Greeneville, TN 37743  
For brief interruptions, press PAUSE;. Press this key  
once more to resume playback.  
Bypressing 5or 6, fast winding of the tape is possi-  
ble in both directions.  
Set does not react to operation of any button  
Severe radio hum or noise  
For 90 days thereafter,  
will be replaced with a  
a
defective or inoperative product  
new, renewed or comparable  
Electrostatic discharge  
Set too close to TV, VCRor computer  
CASSETTERECORDER  
MAGNETOPHONE  
DECK1  
Pour commencer l’enregistrement.  
Pour commencer la lecture  
Rembobinage rapide de la bande  
Avance rapide de la bande  
MAGNETOFONODECASSETTES  
DECK1  
Para comenzar una grabación  
product at no charge to you. A replacement product is  
covered only for the original warranty period. When the  
Switch off the set, disconnect the power plug,  
reconnect after a few seconds.  
Increase the distance  
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DECK1  
(In U.S.A., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, all implied  
To leave the SHUFFLEmode, press the MODEbutton  
repeatedly(four times). You can also press STOP9to  
quit playback.  
warranty on the original product expires, the warranty on warranties, including implied warranties of merchantability  
and fitness for  
To stop playback, press STOP·OPEN9 /.  
Push the source selector to TAPE/OFFposition (with  
the cassette keys released)to switch off the set.  
RECORD 0  
PLAY )  
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6
STOP·OPEN 9 /  
PAUSE;  
To start recording  
To start playback  
To fast rewind the tape  
To fast forward the tape  
To stop playbackand open the cassette compartment  
To interrupt playbackor recording  
Poor radio reception  
the replacement product also expires.  
W HAT IS EXCLUDED?  
Your warranty does not cover:  
a
particular purpose, are limited in duration to  
Para comenzar la reproducción  
the duration of this express warranty. But, because some  
states do not allow limitations on how long an implied  
warranty may last, this limitation may not apply to you.)  
EXCHANGING  
Please contact Philips at:  
Display does not function properly  
Weakradio antenna signal  
FM: aimand extend the telescopic aerial for best  
reception;  
Para el rebobinado rápido de la cinta  
Para avanzar rápidamente la cinta  
Para detener la reproducción yabrir el compartimiento de cassettes  
Para interrumpir la grabación o la reproducción  
Electrostatic discharge  
Switch off the set, disconnect the power plug,  
reconnect after a few seconds.  
labor charges for installation or setup of the product,  
adjustment of customer controls on the product, and  
installation or repair of antenna systems outside of  
the product.  
product repair and/or part replacement because of  
misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause  
not within the control of Philips Consumer  
Electronics Company.  
REPEATINGTHEENTIRECDORONETRACK– REPEAT  
Pour arrêter la lecture et ouvrir la porte de la cassette  
Pour interrompre l’enregistrement ou la lecture  
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PRO DUCT IN CANADA...  
Press MODEuntil the desired option is displayed:  
REPEAT1 - to continuouslyrepeat the current track  
REPEATALL- to repeat the entire CD  
PROGRAM REPEATALL- to repeat the programmed  
tracks  
Note: The keys are automaticallyreleased at the end of  
the tape.  
AM: rotate the entire set.  
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1-800-363-7278 (English Speaking)  
-800-661-6162 (French Speaking)  
Set runs on batteries  
Switch to ACpower  
DECK2  
DECK2  
Pour commencer la lecture  
Rembobinage rapide de la bande  
Avance rapide de la bande  
Pour arrêter la lecture et ouvrir la porte de la cassette  
Pour interrompre l’enregistrement ou la lecture  
DECK2  
Para comenzar la reproducción  
Para el rebobinado rápido de la cinta  
Para avanzar rápidamente la cinta  
Para detener la reproducción yabrir el compartimiento de cassettes  
Para interrumpir la grabación o la reproducción  
CONTINUOUS PLAYBACK  
Poor cassette sound quality  
PLAY  
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6
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To start playback  
To fast rewind the tape  
To fast forward the tape  
To stop playbackand open the cassette compartment  
To interrupt playbackor recording  
Set the source selector to TAPE/OFF.  
Press STOP·OPEN9 /to open the cassette holders of  
both decks.  
Dust and dirt on the heads, capstan or pressure roller  
Clean the heads etc., see Maintenance  
(In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other  
warranties. No other warranties are expressed or  
implied, including any implied warranties of  
No sound  
SHUFFLEREPEAT- to repeat the CDcontinuouslyin  
randomorder  
reception problems caused by signal conditions or  
cable or antenna systems outside the unit.  
VOLUMEis not adjusted  
Adjust the VOLUME  
STOP·OPEN 9 /  
PAUSE;  
merchantability or fitness for  
a
particular purpose. Philips  
Insert a recorded cassette in both decks.  
Press PLAY2on deck2 and playbackwill start on  
deck2.  
Recording does not work  
a
product that requires modification or adaptation to  
is not liable under any circumstances for any direct,  
indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages,  
howsoever incurred, even if notified of the possibility of  
such damages.)  
TO GET O UT-O F-W ARRANTY EXCHANGE...  
In U.S.A., Puerto Rico or U.S. Virgin Islands, contact Philips  
Service Company at (800) 851-8885 to obtain the cost of  
out-of-warranty exchange. Then carefully pack the product  
and ship it to the Small Product Service Center (address  
listed above). In Canada, call the phone number listed above  
uner “Exchanging a Product in Canada” to obtain the cost of  
out-of-warranty exchange.  
The options can also be changed during playback.  
To return to normal playback, press MODEuntil the  
displayshows no SHUFFLE/REPEATmode indication.  
enable it to operate in any country other than the  
country for which it was designed, manufactured,  
approved and/or authorized, or repair of products  
damaged by these modifications.  
incidental or consequential damages resulting from  
the product. (Some states do not allow the exclusion  
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above  
exclusion may not apply to you. This includes, but is  
not limited to, prerecorded material, whether  
copyrighted or not copyrighted.)  
Headphones are connected  
Disconnect headphones  
Cassette tab(s)maybe broken out  
Applya piece of adhesive tape over the missing tab  
space  
CDPLAYER  
LECTEURCD  
ELREPRODUCTORDECDs  
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PLAY·PAUSE);  
STOP 9  
SEARCH fl  
MODE  
To start or interrupt CDplayback  
To stop playbackor erase a program  
To skip or search a passage or a track  
e.g. to SHUFFLEor REPEATplayback  
Pour mettre en route ou arrêter la lecture du CD  
Pour arrêter la lecture ou pour effacer un programme  
Pour sauter ou rechercher un passage ou un morceau  
Ex: pour une lecture SHUFFLE(aléatoire)ou REPEAT(répétée)  
Para comenzar o interrumpir la reproducción de un CD  
Para parar la reproducción de un CDo para borrar un programa  
Para saltar o buscar un pasaje o una pista  
Por ejemplo para reproducción en el modo SHUFFLE(Orden  
Entremezclado)o REPEAT(Repetición)  
Para programar los números de las pistas musicales ypara verificar  
el programa  
Para abrir la compuerta del CD  
Press PAUSE;on deck1 and then PLAY2. As soon as  
playbackon deck2 stops (when the tape has reached  
its end or STOP·OPEN9 /is pressed)PAUSE;on  
deck1 is released and playbackwill start on deck1.  
Batteries are exhausted  
PROGRAMMINGTRACKNUMBERS  
Insert fresh batteries  
CDplayback does not work  
You maystore at most 20 tracks in the memoryin the  
desired sequence. You maystore anytrackmore than  
once. If you have stored 20 tracks, the displaywill show F  
to indicate that the memoryis full.  
Batteries are incorrectlyinserted  
Insert the batteries correctly  
CDis badlyscratched or dirty  
Replace or clean the CD, see Maintenance  
PROGRAM  
OPEN  
To programtracknumbers and to review the program  
To open the CDdoor  
Pour programmer des numéros de plages et pour vérifier  
la programmation  
Pour ouvrir la porte du lecteur CD  
Power cord is not securelyconnected  
Connect the power cord properly  
No CDinserted  
W HERE IS EXCHANGE AVAILABLE?  
a product used for commercial or institutional purposes.  
Programming track numbers  
Insert CD  
REMEMBER...  
Select the desired trackusing SEARCHor §until  
the displayshows the required tracknumber.  
Bad sound  
CDinserted upside down  
Insert CDwith printed side facing up  
BACKPANEL  
To improve FMreception  
Speaker terminals  
Jackfor power cord  
To open the batterycompartment  
To unlockthe speaker boxes  
PANNEAUARRIERE  
Pour améliorer la réception FM  
Bornes de haut-parleurs  
Prise pour cordon d’alimentation  
Pour ouvrir le compartiment des piles  
Pour décrocher les haut-parleurs  
PANELPOSTERIOR  
You may exchange the product in all countries where the  
product is officially distributed by Philips Consumer  
Electronics Company. In countries where Philips  
Consumer Electronics Company does not distribute the  
product, the local Philips service organization will attempt  
Please record the model and serial numbers found on the  
product below. Also, please fill out and mail your  
warranty registration card promptly. It will be easier for  
us to notify you if necessary.  
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TELESCOPICANTENNA  
SPEAKERS  
ACMAINS  
BATTERYDOOR  
SPEAKERLEVERS  
Para mejorar la recepción de radio FM  
Los terminales de los altavoces  
Enchufe para el cable de alimentación  
Para abrir el compartimiento de pilas  
Para abrir los altavoces  
Store the desired trackbypressing PROGRAMonce.  
Select and store all desired tracks of a CDin this way.  
Unsuited speakers are used  
Use bypacked speakers  
Laser lens is steamed up  
Wait until lens has acclimatized  
Batteries are exhausted  
Checking the program  
to provide  
a
replacement product (although there may be  
delay if the appropriate product is not readily available).  
Replace batteries  
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MODEL# __________________________________  
To review the set program, press PROGRAMmore than  
2 seconds.  
The CDskips tracks  
BEFO RE REQ UESTING EXCHANGE...  
No sound on left or right side  
CDis damaged or dirty  
Replace or clean the CD  
Please check your owner’s manual before requesting an  
exchange. Adjustments of the controls discussed there  
The displaywill show the tracknumbers you have  
selected in sequence.  
Start playbackof the programbypressing  
PLAY·PAUSE2;.  
SERIAL#  
__________________________________  
Speaker wronglyconnected  
Connect speaker properly  
may save you  
a
trip.  
PROGRAM/SHUFFLEis active  
Switch off the PROGRAM/SHUFFLEfunction  
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.  
Philips Service Com pany, P.O . Box 555, Jefferson City, Tennessee 37760, (423) 475-8869  
EL4966E004 / MAC 4107 / 1-97  

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