Philips BTM5000 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    www .philips.com/welcome User man ual Alwa ys there to help y ou Register your pr oduct and get supp[...]

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    1 EN Contents 1 Safety and Notice 2 Safety 2 Notice 3 2 Y our Micro System 4 Introduction 4 What&apo[...]

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    2 EN 1 Safety and Notice Read and under stand all instr uctions before you use this product. If dama[...]

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    3 EN Compliance This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Commu[...]

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    4 EN All unnecessar y packaging has been omitted. W e have tried to make the packaging easy to separ[...]

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    5 EN Ov er view of the main unit a • T urn on the unit, switch to Standby mode , or switch to E[...]

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    6 EN s FM AERIAL • Connect the FM antenna. Overview of the r emote control a • T urn on th[...]

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    7 EN • Select display information during play . • Adjust display brightness in standby mod[...]

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    8 EN Connect the supplied FM antenna to the FM AERIAL socket on the main unit. Connect pow er Cautio[...]

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    9 EN Set clock Note • Y ou can set the clock in standby mode only . 1 In standby mode, press and h[...]

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    10 EN 4 Pla y Pla y a disc 1 Press SOURCE repeatedly to select DISC source . 2 Press to open the dis[...]

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    11 EN • REP ALL : all tr acks are play ed repeatedly . • REP ALB : all tr acks in the albu[...]

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    12 EN Tip • If the unit switches from Bluetooth source to other sources, the connected Bluetooth d[...]

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    13 EN Pr ogram radio stations manuall y Y ou can progr am a maximum of 20 preset radiostations[...]

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    14 EN 6 Adjust sound Adjust v olume • During play , press VOL +/- to increase/ decrease the vol[...]

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    15 EN 5 Press SLEEP/TIMER toconrm. » The hour digits begin to blink. 6 Press PRESET/ALBUM [...]

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    16 EN 8 Pr oduct information Note • Product information is subject to change without pr ior notice[...]

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    17 EN Supported formats: • USBormemor yleformatF A T12, FA T16,  F A T3[...]

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    18 EN 9 T r oubleshooting W arning • Never remov e the casing of this appar atus. T o keep the war[...]

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    19 EN Bluetooth-enabled device connection err or • Thedevicedoesnotsuppor tthepr[...]

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    Specifications are subject to change without notice © 2013 K oninklijke Philips Electr onics N.V . [...]