Philips DC146 manual

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    DC146 Micr o Hi-Fi System User manual Mode d’emploi Manual del usuario Benutzerhandbuch Gebruiksaa[...]

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    2 Important notes for users in the U .K. Mains plug This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13 Amp[...]

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    3 pg001-pg021_DC146_12_Eng 4/7/10, 11:17 3[...]

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    4 DK Advarsel: Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning når sikkerhedsafbr ydere er ude af funktion. Undg[...]

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    5 Nederlands Italiano Dansk Suomi English F rançais Po r tuguês Español Deutsch Nederlands Italia[...]

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    6 English Contents General Information Supplied accessories ........................................[...]

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    English 7 General Information Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully bene[...]

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    8 English General Information Hearing Saf ety Listen at a moderate v olume. ● Using headphones at [...]

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    English 9 Pr eparations Rear connections The type plate is located at the rear of the system. F or u[...]

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    10 English Preparations Inserting batteries into the Remote Contr ol 1 Open the batter y compar tmen[...]

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    English 11 Contr ols (illustrations on page 3) Contr ols on the system and r emote control 1 ST ANDB[...]

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    12 English Basic Functions IMPOR T ANT: Befor e you operate the system, complete the prepar ation pr[...]

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    English 13 CD Operation Basic pla yback contr ols To play a disc ● Press 2; to star t playback. ?[...]

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    14 English CD Operation Differ ent pla y modes: SHUFFLE and REPEA T Y ou can select and change the v[...]

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    English 15 Radio Reception T uning to radio stations 1 Press SOURCE on the set repeatedl y or press [...]

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    16 English iP od Pla ying iP od using the dock This system comes with a dock used for iP od. Y ou ca[...]

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    English 17 Cleaning the Cabinet ● Use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent soluti[...]

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    18 English Clock/Timer 5 Press TIMER/SLEEP again. ➜ The clock digits for the min utes flash. 6 Pre[...]

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    English 19 Specifications AMPLIFIER Output pow er ....................................... 2 x 1.5W R[...]

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    20 English “ NO CD ” is displa y ed. Radio reception is poor . The system does not react when bu[...]

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    English 21 The time is not working. The Clock/Timer setting is erased. ✔ Set the clock cor rectly [...]

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    English F rançais Po r tuguês Español Deutsch Nederlands Italiano Sv enska Dansk Suomi ?[...]