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    2 Es necesario que lea cuidadosamente su instructivo de manejo. Descripción: T ocadiscos de CD portatil Modelo: AZ 9235/01, AZ 9235/16 Alimentación: 110–127/220–240 V~ 50–60 Hz Consumo: 4 W (A Y 3170) Importador: Philips Mexicana, S.A. de C.V . Domicilio: Norte 45, # 669, Col. Industrial V allejo Localidad y T elefono: C.P . 02300 México D[...]

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    3 English Français Español 0 OPEN ESP LIN E O U T/ O F F • R E SU M E • H O L D 0 V O L . DIGITAL DBB PROGRAM MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 # ^ ! @ 4 , 5 V D C $ OPT OUT % AZ9235/01 eng 14/6/01 16:15 Page 3[...]

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    English Français Español 5 English Controls .................................................6 Quick start .............................................7 Power supply ...................................8–10 Headphones .........................................10 CD play ..........................................11–12 Features .................[...]

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    CONTROLS , refer to the illustration on page 3 6 1 9 .....................stops CD play , clears a program or switches the player off 2 DIGIT AL DBB ...DIGIT AL D YNAMIC B ASS B OOST switches the bass enhancement on and off 3 § ....................skips and searches CD tracks forwards 4 2; ...................switches the player on, starts or pause[...]

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    English 7 ESP 0 O P E N V O L . 1 OPEN 2 3 CD 4 5 HOLD ➟ OFF 6 PLA Y 7 V OLUME !!! AA LRG UM3 0 O P E N O F F • R E S U M E • L I N E O U T / V O L . O F F • R E S U M E • H O L D L I N E O U T / 1. 2. 0 OPEN ESP L IN E O U T/ OF F • R E SU M E • H O L D 0 V O L . DIGITAL DBB PROGRAM MODE 1. 2. PROGRAM MODE PROGRAM 0 O P E N ESP LIN E[...]

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    English POWER SUPPL Y 8 With this player you can use either: • normal batteries type LR6 , UM3 or AA (preferably Philips), or • alkaline batteries type LR6 , UM3 or AA (preferably Philips). Notes: – Old and new or different types of batteries should not be used in combination. – Remove batteries if they are empty or if the player is not goi[...]

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    POWER SUPPL Y 9 Recharging works only on players with supplied rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH batteries A Y 3362. Recharging the ECO-PLUS NiMH batteries on board 1 Make sure you insert the rechargeable ECO-PLUS NiMH batteries A Y 3362. 2 Connect the mains adapter to the 4.5V DC socket of the player and to the wall socket. y A filled with 0–3 sections[...]

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    POWER SUPPL Y/HEADPHONES 10 Use only the A Y 3170 adapter (4.5 V/300 mA direct current, positive pole to the centre pin). Any other product may damage the player . 1 Make sure that the local voltage corresponds to the mains adapter´s voltage. 2 Connect the mains adapter to the 4.5V DC socket of the player and to the wall socket. Note: Always disco[...]

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    CD PLA Y 11 This CD player can play all kinds of Audio Discs such as CD-Recordables and CD-Rewritables. Do not try to play a CD-ROM, CDi, VCD, DVD or computer CD. 1 Push the OPEN 2 slider . y The lid opens. 2 Insert an audio CD, printed side up, by pressing gently on the CD centre so that it fits onto the hub. Close the lid by pressing it down. 3 P[...]

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    CD PLA Y 12 • If a recordable CD (CD-R) or a rewritable CD (CD-RW) is not recorded properly , nF dISC is displayed. In that case use FINALIZE on your CD recorder to complete the recording. • If you want to play a rewritable CD (CD-RW), it takes 3–15 seconds for sound reproduction to start once you have pressed 2; . • Playback will stop if y[...]

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    FEA TURES 13 Selecting a track during playback • Briefly press ∞ or § once or several times to skip to the current, previous or next track. y Playback continues with the selected track and its number is displayed. Selecting a track when playback is stopped 1 Briefly press ∞ or § once or several times. y The selected track number is displaye[...]

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    FEA TURES 14 Y ou can select up to 99 tracks and store them in memory in a desired sequence. Any track can be stored more than once. 1 While playback is stopped, select a track with ∞ or § . 2 Press PROGRAM to store the track. y PROGRAM lights up; the track number programmed and P with the total number of stored tracks are displayed. 3 Select an[...]

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    FEA TURES 15 Y ou can store the last position played. When restarting, playback continues from where you have stopped. 1 Switch the slider to RESUME during playback to activate RESUME. y RESUME is shown. 2 Press 9 whenever you want to stop playback. 3 Press 2; whenever you want to resume playback. y RESUME is shown and playback continues from where[...]

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    FEA TURES 16 With a conventional portable CD player you might have experienced that the music stopped e.g. when you were jogging. The E LECTRONIC S KIP P ROTECTION prevents loss of sound caused by light vibrations and shocks. Continuous playback is ensured. However , ESP does not prevent playback interruptions during serious running. It also does n[...]

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    FEA TURES 17 It is possible to play tracks in random order , to repeat a track or the CD and to play the first few seconds of each track. 1 Press MODE during playback as often as necessary until the display shows either: y SHUFFLE : All tracks of the CD are played in random order until all of them have been played once. y SHUFFLE REPEA T ALL : All [...]

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    FEA TURES 18 Use the A Y 3767 cord remote control. The buttons on the remote control have the same functions as the corresponding buttons on the CD player . 1 If necessary press 9 once or twice until the set is switched off. 2 Firmly connect the remote control to LINE OUT/ p and the headphones to the remote control’ s socket. 3 T urn the volume d[...]

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    IN-CAR CONNECTION 19 Only use the A Y 3545 car voltage converter (4.5 V , DC, positive pole to the centre pin) and the A Y 3501 car cassette adapter . Any other product may damage the set. 1 Put the CD player on a horizontal, vibration-free and stable surface. Make sure it is in a safe place, where the player is neither a danger nor obstacle to the[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING 20 Problem Possible cause Solution No power , Batteries playback does Batteries inserted incorrectly Insert the batteries not start correctly . Batteries are empty . Change the batteries. Contact pins are dirty . Clean them with a cloth. Mains adapter Loose connection Connect the adapter securely . In-car use Cigarette lighter is no[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING 21 Problem Possible cause Solution The CD skips tracks. The CD is damaged or dirty. Replace or clean the CD. RESUME , SHUFFLE or PROGRAM is Switch RESUME , SHUFFLE active. or PROGRAM off. No sound or PAUSE is activated. Press 2; . bad sound quality Loose, wrong or dirty Check and clean connections connections. V olume is not adjuste[...]

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    GENERAL INFORMA TION 22 • Do not touch the lens A of the CD player . • Do not expose the set, batteries or CDs to humidity , rain, sand or excessive heat (caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight). • Y ou can clean the CD player with a soft, slightly dampened, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents as they may have a corrosive [...]