Philips MCM119 manual

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    MCM119 Micr o System User manual pg001-024_MCM119_05 2007.4.20, 10:52 1[...]

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    3140 115 xxxxx 2 Important notes for users in the U .K. Mains plug This apparatus is fitted with an [...]

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    3140 115 xxxxx 3 3 USB DIRECT 5 2 4 ( @ # 3 * & 6 1 0 9 ! 7 8 8 SYSTEM pg001-024_MCM119_05 2007.[...]

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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 Preparations Rear connections The type plate is located at the rear of the system. F or us[...]

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    English 7 FM Antenna ● For better FM stereo reception, connect an outdoor FM antenna to the FM ANT[...]

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    8 English Befor e using the remote control 1 Pull out the plastic protective sheet. 2 Select the sou[...]

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    English 9 ! ™ * ¡ % 8 5 0 £ 7 8 ^ $ 7 & ) @ 1 9 Contr ols (main set illustration on page 3) [...]

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    10 English Contr ols (main set illustrations on page 3) Notes for remote control: – First select t[...]

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    English 11 Basic Functions Important! Before y ou operate the system, complete the pr eparation proc[...]

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    12 English Basic pla yback controls To play a disc ● Press ÉÅ to star t playback. ➜ The cur re[...]

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    English 13 CD/MP3-CD Operation Notes: CD play will also stop when; – the CD door is opened. – th[...]

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    14 English 3 Press PROGRAM ( PROG on the remote) to confirm the tr ack n umber to be stored. ➜ The[...]

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    English 15 Radio Reception T uning to radio stations 1 Press SOURCE on the front panel of the system[...]

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    16 English External Sour ces Connecting external equipment 1 Connect the audio out terminals of the [...]

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    English 17 External Sour ces Ho w to transfer music files fr om PC to a USB mass storage de vice By [...]

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    18 English Clock/Timer IMPOR T ANT! – T o set clock in the Eco P o wer mode, pr ess and hold ST AN[...]

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    English 19 Clock/Timer 3 Press TIMER to confirm your desired mode. ➜ The clock digits for the hour[...]

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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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    22 English The timer is not working. The Clock/Timer setting is erased. Some files on the USB device[...]

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    3140 115 xxxxx 23 pg001-024_MCM119_05 2007.4.20, 10:53 23[...]

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    English Printed in China MCM119 PDCC-JS/JW -0716 Meet Philips at the Internet http://www .philips.co[...]