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    MCB700 Micr o Hi-Fi System User manual pg001-021_MCB700_05 2006.10.25, 17:11 1[...]

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

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    3 3 MICRO SYSTEM MCB700 6 3 5 % $ 7 # 9 8 2 1 4 º 1 # * ! ( 0 ≥ $ ≤ @ % ^ ∞ £ ! @ 8 5 § •[...]

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    4 English Contents General Information En vironmental Information ................................ 5[...]

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    English 5 General Information This pr oduct complies with the radio interference r equirements of th[...]

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    6 English General Information To disconnect the system from the po wer supply completel y , r emove [...]

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    English 7 Pr eparations Rear connections The type plate is located at the rear of the system. F or u[...]

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    8 English Preparations C Speakers Connection Connect the speaker wires to the SPEAKERS (8 Ω ) term[...]

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    English 9 Contr ols (illustrations on page 3) Contr ols on the system and r emote control 1 ST ANDBY[...]

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    10 English Contr ols (illustrations on page 3) ™ DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost) – enhances the bass. ?[...]

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    English 11 Basic Functions Impor tant! Before you operate the system, complete the prepar ation proc[...]

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    12 English 3 Inser t a disc with the pr inted side facing up. Press OPEN•CLOSE again to close the [...]

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    English 13 CD/MP3-CD Operation To find a passage within a track 1 Press and hold the control knob on[...]

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    14 English CD/MP3-CD Operation Differ ent pla y modes: SHUFFLE and REPEA T Y ou can select and chang[...]

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    English 15 D AB Reception T uning to D AB for the first time 1 Press SOURCE on the top of the system[...]

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    16 English D AB Reception Pro gramming D AB stations Y ou can sav e up to 20 DAB stations in the sys[...]

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    English 17 FM Radio Reception T uning to radio stations 1 Press SOURCE on the top of the system or F[...]

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    18 English Radio Reception 5 Repeat the above four steps to store other stations. ● Y ou can overr[...]

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    English 19 Clock/Timer Setting the clock 1 In Standby mode, press and hold CLOCK on the remote until[...]

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

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    English 21 Tr oub leshooting W ARNING Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system you[...]

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