Philips MCM196D manual

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    MCM108DB Docking Enter tainment System Thank you for choosing Philips. Need help fast? Read your Qu[...]

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    2 . Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital [...]

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    3 & 8 1 1 ^ $ # * ( 7 7 % @ 3 6 ! 7 0 8 9 2 3 4 5 MICRO SYSTEM MCM196D PG001-027 MCM196D_37_I[...]

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    4 Return your Pr oduct Registration Card or register online at www .philips.com/usasuppor t toda y [...]

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    5 IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTR UCTIONS Class II equipment symbol This symbol indicates that the unit has[...]

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    6 Canada English: This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emission[...]

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    7 English F rançais Español P olski Index English --------------------------------------------[...]

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

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    9 English General Information This set complies with the FCC rules, Pa rt 15 and with 21 CFR 1040.1[...]

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    10 English Hearing Saf ety Listen at a moderate v olume . ● Using headphones at a high v olume can[...]

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    11 English Pr eparations Rear connections The type plate is located at the rear of the system. A Po [...]

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    12 English Befor e using the remote contr ol 1 Pull out the plastic protective sheet. 2 Select the [...]

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

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

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    15 English Adjusting v olume and sound 1 Tu rn the V OLUME control anti-clockwise to decrease o[...]

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    16 English CD/MP3 Operation Basic pla yback contr ols To pla y a disc ● Press 2; to star t playb[...]

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    17 English CD/MP3 Operation 3 Press TUNING 4 ¢ (on the remote control 4 ¢ ) to select a desired [...]

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    18 English Radio Reception T uning to radio stations 1 Select TUNER source . 2 Press SOURCE on th[...]

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    19 English Ta pe Operation/Recording ● The best recording lev el is set automatically . Altering[...]

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    20 English Ta pe Operation/Recording Other Connection Cleaning the Cabinet ● Use a soft cloth s[...]

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    21 English Clock/Timer 6 Press TUNING 4 ¢ to set the minutes. 7 Press SLEEP/TIMER to confirm th[...]

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    22 English Installing the dock adaptor ● Align tw o latches and two holes on the dock and the ada[...]

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    23 English Pla ying iP od 1 Select the dock adaptor of the correct type and siz e , and snap it in[...]

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    24 English Specifications AMPLIFIER Output pow er ........................................... 2 x 4[...]

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    25 English Radio reception is poor . Recor ding or playback cannot be made. The ta pe deck door cann[...]

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    26 English The menu navigation or photo pla yback of the dock ed play er cannot be carried out throu[...]

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    27 Philips, P.O. Box 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-0026 PHILIPS LIMITED WARRANTY ONE (1) YEAR WARRANTY[...]

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    MCM196D P HILIPS CONSUMER ELECTRONICS NOR TH AMERICA P. O. BO X 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-00[...]