Philips AJ3950 manual

Philips AJ3950
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manualPhilips AJ3950
English CONTROLS/ INSTALLATION
SETTING TIMES, DAY CD
MEMORY BACKUP
The memory backup conveniently allows your day,
alarm and clock time settings to be stored for up to 3
minutes when there is a mains interruption e.g.
AC mains failure.
The complete CD clock radio and illumination will be
switched off. As soon as the mains supply returns, the
display will indicate the correct time.
If mains supply returns after 3 minutes, the display
will show the PHILIPS demo mode and you will
need to re-enter the day, alarm and clock times.
BASIC FEATURES
Illumination brightness
Press REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNES CONTROL once
or more.
The brightness of the display will change in this
sequence:
LOW MEDIUM BRIGHT LOW...
Volume
Press VOLUME $ or 3 to adjust the volume level.
The volume level UO: is indicated as a number from
0-32.
SETTING THE CLOCK AND ALARM TIMES
The time is displayed using the 24 hour clock.
1 Press TIME, ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 briefly until
the respective clock or alarm time display flashes.
2 Press and hold down 7, 8 to adjust both the hours
and minutes.
By pressing 7 or 8 respectively, the time increases/
decreases rapidly and continuously from minutes to
hours. Release 7 or 8 when you have reached the
correct setting.
If you need to adjust the time slowly, minute by
minute, press 7 or 8 briefly and repeatedly.
3 Press TIME, ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 to confirm
your respective time setting.
SETTING THE DAY
Setting the day enables you to set the WEEKEND-
SLEEPER function. If you attempt to use the
WEEKEND-SLEEPER prior to setting the day
(Monday to Sunday, 1-7) will show briefly in
the display to remind you to set the day first.
1 Press SET DAY.
2 While the day display is shown, press SET DAY
again once or more to select the day numbered
from dAY 1-7 (Monday-Sunday):
The display will revert to show the clock time.
CD PLAYBACK
1 To open the CD door, lift at the edge marked
LIFT TO OPEN.
2 Insert a CD with the printed side facing up, and
close the door.
3 Press PLAY/ PAUSE 2; to start playback.
The CD indicator , Cd:-- and the total
number of tracks are shown, followed by the
first track number before returning to clock time.
door is shown if you have not closed the CD
door/ open the CD door during playback.
noCd is shown if no CD has been inserted/
inserted incorrectly.
nFCd is shown if the CD-R(W) is non-finalized
Err indicates a general error in operation of
the set.
The display returns to clock time.
4 Adjust the sound with VOLUME $ or 3.
5 To interrupt, press PLAY/ PAUSE 2;.
The current track number shows briefly before
returning to clock time. flashes during
pause.
6 Press PLAY/ PAUSE 2; again to resume
playback.
7 Press STOP 9 to stop playback.
The display returns to clock time.
CD
CD
Selecting a different track during playback
The track number appears briefly in the display when
you press SEARCH or § to skip tracks.
Press SEARCH § once or more to skip to the next
track(s).
Press SEARCH more than once to skip to
previous tracks.
Press SEARCH once and playback will return to
the beginning of the current track.
Finding a passage within a track
1 During playback, press and hold down
SEARCH or §.
The CD is played at high speed and low volume;
the display will show Cd: and your current
track number.
2 Release SEARCH or § when you recognize
the passage you want.
Normal CD playback and standby clock time
resumes.
RADIO
1 Press ON/ OFF to switch on the radio.
tu is displayed briefly followed by the clock
time , and the last selected
waveband.
2 Press FM/ AM if you wish to change waveband.
3 Adjust the sound using VOLUME $ or 3.
4 Adjust the TUNING wheel to tune to a radio
station.
To improve reception:
FM: Extend pigtail at the back of the set fully for
optimum reception.
AM (MW): uses a built-in aerial. Direct the antenna
by adjusting the position of your set.
5 Press ON/ OFF to switch off the radio.
and the waveband disappear from
the display.
SETTING THE ALARM OPTIONS
General
Two different alarm times, ALARM 1 or 2 can be set
in the CD, radio or buzzer modes. This can be useful
when for example you need to be woken up at a
different time during the week and at the weekend.
- Remember to first set the DAY, clock and alarm
time functions correctly!
- Make sure your selected alarm symbol is shown.
Viewing the Alarm Mode Options
1 Select your choice of alarm mode by pressing
ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF once or more
to find your respective mode.
The alarm mode display sequence is shown:
Lo:00 – default volume level for start of
gentle wake alarm
H1:16 – default maximum volume level for
gentle wake alarm
Followed by the 3 different alarms:
(buzzer) k AL, or
(radio) m tu, or
CD mode with CD and a track number
1-99.
2 Read the following chapters to adjust or select the
respective modes.
Adjusting the Gentle Wake Volume
A sure way of getting up in the mornings, the gentle
wake volume for the alarm begins from gentle
volume e.g Lo:00 (low) and gradually increases to a
higher volume e.g. H1:11.
The default volume range is Lo:00 and H1:16. If
you wish to change the default volume for the buzzer,
radio or CD alarm:
1 In the standby mode, press ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF
or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF once.
2 As soon as Lo:00 appears, press 7 or 8 once or
more to adjust the starting volume of your alarm.
3 To set the maximum volume for your alarm, press
ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF
again to change to the H1:16 display.
4 As soon as H1:16 appears, press 7 or 8 until you
reach the desired volume level (10-32).
Notes:
The H1 volume is always greater or equal to the
RADIO
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Lo volume: e.g.i. Lo:15, H1:19
e.g.ii. Lo:12, H1:12
The starting volume is Lo:00, with a possible
low volume range 00-32, and the maximum
volume is H1:32, with a possible high volume
range10-32.
The gentle wake volume settings do not affect
normal CD and radio playback volume level.
It is not possible to review the gentle wake volume
range during the active alarm call as pressing
ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF
cancels the alarm completely.
During the alarm call, if you press 7 or 8 the high
volume stops increasing immediately.
Selecting Buzzer or Radio Alarm
Press ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or ALARM 2 MODE/
OFF repeatedly until the (buzzer) k AL or
(radio) m tu display is shown.
Note:
If you have selected the radio alarm m tu, make sure
you have tuned properly to a station.
CD Alarm Mode: Selecting a CD track
You can program and select a CD track number
between 1-99, when the set is in the standby or radio
playback mode.
However, if the track number programmed does not
exist on your CD, the CD will start playback from the
first track during the alarm call.
1 Insert a CD into the CD compartment.
2 Press ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or
ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF repeatedly until the CD and
track number display is shown.
See figure 3.
3 As soon as the CD alarm display appears,
press 7 or 8 until the desired track number is
shown.
The display returns to standby clock time.
4 To review your programmed track number, press
ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF
again repeatedly until the CD alarm display is
shown.
Note:
The buzzer alarm option will automatically replace
the CD alarm if you have:
inserted a CD incorrectly;
inserted a damaged CD;
forgotten to insert any CD;
not closed the CD door properly.
SWITCHING OFF THE ALARM
There are three ways of switching off the alarm.
Unless you cancel the alarm completely, the
24 HOUR ALARM RESET will be automatically
selected after 59 minutes, from the time your alarm
time first goes off.
24 HOUR ALARM RESET
If you want the alarm mode to be stopped
immediately but also wish to retain the same alarm
setting for the following day:
Press from 3 possible options according to your
selected alarm:
a 24 HR RESET to switch off the buzzer, radio or
CD alarms
b STOP 9 CD alarm only
c ON/ OFF radio alarm only.
You will hear a beep tone confirming 24 hour
reset activation.
CANCELING THE ALARM COMPLETELY
To cancel the set alarm time before it goes off, or
during the alarm call:
Press ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or ALARM 2 MODE/
OFF once or more until the selected alarm indicator
disappears from the display.
If you cancel the alarm during the alarm call, you
will also hear a beep tone confirming the alarm
has been cancelled.
REPEAT ALARM
This will repeat your alarm call at 9-minute intervals.
During the alarm call,
press REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
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Repeat if desired up to an hour.
Notes:
The selected alarm mode k, m , or indicators will
flash throughout the repeat alarm duration.
If you are using the CD alarm mode, CD playback
resumes at the point interrupted by the repeat alarm.
During the CD alarm, CD playback continues for up
to an hour unless you cancel/ reset the alarm.
WEEKEND-SLEEPER
This feature deactivates the alarm every Saturday and
Sunday and resumes the alarm function Monday to
Friday. Make sure, however, that you have set the day
first.
See chapter on SETTING THE DAY.
1 Press WEEKEND-SLEEPER once or more until Z
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appears for one or both alarms.
2 To cancel the weekend-sleeper function repeat
step 1 until Z
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disappears from the display.
See figure 4.
SLEEP
About Sleep
The CD clock radio has a built-in sleep timer which
enables the set to be automatically switched off
during radio or CD playback after a set period of time.
There are four sleep times before the set turns itself
off:
10, 30, 60, 90 minutes and off.
The sleep function does not affect the operation of
your alarm settings.
Setting Sleep
1 Press PLAY/ PAUSE 2; (CD) or ON/ OFF (radio) to
switch on the respective mode.
For the CD mode, make sure you have inserted a
disc first.
2 Select your sleep time by pressing SLEEP once or
more until the desired sleep time is shown.
See figure 5
3 To cancel the sleep function you can either:
press SLEEP once or more until
disappears from the display
press REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
press STOP 9 (CD only)
press ON/ OFF (radio only).
MAINTENANCE
General (See figure 6)
If you do not intend to use the CD clock radio for a
long time, withdraw the power plug from the wall
outlet.
Do not expose the set or CDs to humidity, rain,
sand or excessive heat caused by heating
equipment or direct sunlight.
To clean the set, use a soft, slightly dampened
chamois leather. Do not use any cleaning agents
containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene or abrasives
as these may harm the housing.
CD player and CD handling
The lens of the CD player should never be touched!
Sudden changes in the surrounding temperature
can cause condensation to form and the lens of
your CD player to cloud over. Playing a CD is then
not possible. Do not attempt to clean the lens but
leave the set in a warm environment until the
moisture evaporates.
Always shut the CD door to keep the CD
compartment dust-free. To clean, dust the
compartment with a soft dry cloth.
To take a CD out of its box, press the centre
spindle while lifting the CD. Always pick up the CD
by the edge and replace the CD in its box after use
to avoid scratching and dust.
To clean the CD, wipe in a straight line from the
centre towards the edge using a soft, lint-free
cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as they may
damage the disc.
Never write on a CD or attach any stickers to it.
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging material has been omitted
to make the packaging easy to separate into three
materials: cardboard (box), expandable polystyrene
(buffer), polyethylene (bags, protective foam).
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled
if disassembled by a specialized company. Please
observe local regulations on the disposal of packing
materials and old equipment.
SLEEP
Problem
Possible Cause
- Remedy
No sound
Volume not adjusted
- Adjust the volume
No reaction to any operation of the buttons
Electrostatic discharge
- Disconnect the set from the power supply and
reconnect the set after 5 minutes
•CD PLAYER
CD playback does not work
CD badly scratched or dirty
- Replace/ clean CD
Laser lens steamed up
- Wait until lens has acclimatized
Laser lens dirty
- Clean lens by playing a CD lens cleaning disc
CD-R(W) is non-finalized
- Use a finalized CD-R(W)
•RADIO
Occasional crackling sound during
FM broadcast
Weak signal
- Extend pigtail fully
Continuous crackling/
hiss disturbance during AM (MW) broadcast
Electrical interference from TVs, computers,
fluorescent lamps, etc.
- Move set away from other electrical equipment
•ALARM
The alarm does not function
Alarm time not set
- See chapter on SETTING THE CLOCK AND ALARM
TIMES
Alarm mode not selected
- See chapter on SETTING THE ALARM OPTIONS
Volume too low for radio/ CD/ buzzer alarm mode.
- See chapter on Adjusting the Gentle wake volume
•WEEKEND-SLEEPER
WEEKEND-SLEEPER does not function
Day selection not set/ incorrect
- See chapter on SETTING THE DAY
WEEKEND-SLEEPER not set
- Set WEEKEND-SLEEPER
This product complies with the radio interference
requirements of the European Union.
AJ 3950 - AJ 3951 - AJ 3952 CD Clock Radio
Printed in Hong Kong Cmm/RB/0120
CLASS 1LASER PRODUCT
Meet PHILIPS at the internet http://www.philips.com
CONTROLS (See figure 1 and 2)
•CD PLAYER
1STOP 9
- stops CD playback;
- stops sleep function in CD mode;
- stops the active CD alarm for 24 hours.
2PLAY/ PAUSE 2;
- starts/ pauses CD playback.
3SEARCH , §
- skips CD tracks/ searches for a particular
passage.
•GENERAL
4SLEEP
- activates and adjusts the sleep time.
5REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
- changes the brightness of the display
illumination;
- switches off the alarm for a 9 minute period;
- stops sleep function in CD, buzzer or radio mode.
6WEEKEND-SLEEPER
- deactivates alarm 1 and/ or 2 for the weekend.
7Display
- shows the clock/ alarm time and status of the
set.
8ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF or ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF
- sets/ reviews/ switches off alarm 1 or 2.
•RADIO
9ON/ OFF
- switches the radio on/ off;
- stops sleep function in radio mode;
- stops the active radio alarm for 24 hours.
0FM/ AM (MW)
- selects the radio waveband.
•SETTING TIMES
!ALARM 1, ALARM 2, TIME
- sets the respective alarm or clock time
@7 , 8
- adjusts clock/ alarm times;
- adjusts the gentle wake minimum and maximum
volume level for alarm 1 or 2;
- selects a CD wake up track for alarm 1 or 2.
#VOLUME $, 3
- adjusts the sound level.
$Frequency indicator
- shows the radio frequency of your selected
waveband
%SET DAY
- sets the day for weekend sleeper activation.
^24 HR RESET
- stops the active buzzer, radio or CD alarms for
24 hours.
&LIFT TO OPEN
- opens/ closes CD door.
*TUNING
- tunes to a radio station.
(Pigtail
- aerial to improve FM reception.
)Mains lead
- for AC mains supply.
The type plate is located on the bottom of the
set.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.
INSTALLATION
Mains Supply and Demo mode
1 Check if the power voltage, shown on the type
plate on the bottom of the set, corresponds to your
local mains supply. If it does not, consult your
dealer or service centre.
2 Connect the mains plug into the wall socket. The
mains supply is now switched on and the display
will show the PHILIPS demo mode.
PH..IL..IPS scrolls across the display
continuously.
Press any control (with the exception of
REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL on the set)
to exit the demo mode.
3 To disconnect the set completely from the mains
supply, withdraw the mains plug from the wall
socket.
Standby power consumption (clock mode)......3 W
CD/ RADIO SETTING ALARM OPTIONS
SWITCHING OFF ALARM
TROUBLESHOOTING
WEEKEND-SLEEPER/ SLEEP MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the set for repair.
If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service centre
WARNING:
Do not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock!
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this will invalidate the guarantee.
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ÑìÅãàêéÇÄçàÖ èÄåüíà
ÑÛ·ÎËpÓ‚‡ÌË ԇÏflÚË Û‰Ó·ÌÓ Ë ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÒÓxp‡ÌflÚ¸
ÛÒÚ‡‚ÍË ‰Ìfl, ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ Ë ‚pÂÏÂÌË ‚ Ú˜ÂÌË Úpfix ÏËÌÛÚ
ÔÓÒΠÔpÂp˚‚‡ÌËfl, ̇Ôp., ÔÂpÂÏÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl.
éÒ‚Â˘ÂÌË ˜‡ÒÓ‚, p‡‰ËÓ Ë Û͇Á‡ÌËfl ·Û‰ÛÚ ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛
‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌ˚. èÓÒΠ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl ‰ËÒÔÎÂÈ
ÔÓ͇ÊÂÚ ‚ÂpÌÓ ‚pÂÏfl.
ÖÒÎË ÒÂÚ‚Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌË ‚ÓÒÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÒÔÛÒÚfl 3 ÏËÌ,
̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl pÂÊËÏ demo PHILIPS, Ë Ç‡Ï
ÔpˉfiÚÒfl ÒÌÓ‚‡ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ‰Â̸, ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ Ë ‚ÂpÌÓ ‚pÂÏfl.
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üpÍÓÒÚ¸ ÓÒ‚Â˘ÂÌËfl
ç‡ÊÏËÚ REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË
ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á.
üpÍÓÒÚ¸ ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl ËÁÏÂÌËÚÒfl ‚ Û͇Á‡ÌÌÓÈ ÌËÊÂ
ÔÓÒΉӂ‡ÚÂθÌÓÒÚË:
çàáä ëê üêä çàáä...
ìpÓ‚Â̸
ç‡ÊÏËÚ VOLUME $ ËÎË 3 ‰Îfl p„ÛÎËpÓ‚ÍË ÛpÓ‚Ìfl.
ìpÓ‚Â̸ UO: Û͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚÒfl Ôp‰Â·x 0-32.
ìëíÄçÇéäÄ óÄëéÇ à ÅìÑàãúçàäÄ
ÇpÂÏfl Û͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚÒfl ‚ 24 ˜‡Ò‡x.
1 ç‡ÊÏËÚ TIME, ALARM 1 ËÎË ALARM 2
Íp‡ÚÍÓ‚pÂÏÂÌÌÓ ‰Ó ÏË„‡ÌËfl ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl – ˜‡Ò˚
ËÎË ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ.
2 ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë ‰ÂpÊËÚ 7, 8 ‰Îfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË ˜‡ÒÓ‚ Ë ÏËÌÛÚ.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ 7 ËÎË 8 ‚pÂÏfl Û‚Â΢˂‡ÂÚÒfl ËÎË
ÛÏÂ̸¯‡ÂÚÒfl, ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ, ·˚ÒÚpÓ Ë ÌÂÔpÂp˚‚ÌÓ ÓÚ
ÏËÌÛÚ ‰Ó ˜‡ÒÓ‚ . éÒ‚Ó·Ó‰ËÚ 7 ËÎË 8 ÔpË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍÂ
ÌÛÊÌ˚x Á̇˜ÂÌËÈ.
ÖÒÎË ÌÛÊÌÓ ÓÚp„ÛÎËpÓ‚‡Ú¸ ‚pÂÏfl ωÎÂÌÌÓ, ÔÓ
ÏËÌÛÚÂ, ̇ÊÏËÚ 7 ËÎË 8 Íp‡ÚÍÓ‚pÂÏÂÌÌÓ ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ
p‡Á.
3 ç‡ÊÏËÚ TIME, ALARM 1 ËÎË ALARM 2 ‰Îfl
ÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂpʉÂÌËfl LJ¯Ëx ÛÒÚ‡‚ÓÍ ‚pÂÏÂÌË.
ìëíÄçéÇäÄ Ñçü
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‰Ìfl ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ pÂÁÂp‚‡ ̇
‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚ ‰ÌË. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ÔÓÔ˚Ú‡ÂÚÂÒ¸ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ˝ÚÛ
ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ‰Ó ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË ‰ÌÂÈ (ÔÓ̉ÂθÌËÍ – ‚ÓÒÍpÂÒÂ̸Â),
̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl 1-7) ̇ ÍÓpÓÚÍÓ ‚pÂÏfl, ˜ÚÓ·˚
̇ÔÓÏÌËÚ¸ ÌÂÓ·xÓ‰ËÏÓÒÚ¸ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË ‰ÌÂÈ Ò̇˜‡Î‡.
1 ç‡ÊÏËÚ SET DAY.
2 èpË ÔÓ͇Á ‰Ìfl, ̇ÊÏËÚ SET DAY Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ
p‡Á ‰Îfl ‚˚·Óp‡ ‰Ìfl ËÁ dAY 1-7 (ÔÓ̉ÂθÌËÍ
‚ÓÒÍpÂÒÂ̸Â):
ÑËÒÔÎÂÈ ‚ÂpÌfiÚÒfl Í ÔÓ͇ÁÛ ‚pÂÏÂÌË.
èêéàÉêõÇÄçàÖ ÑàëäéÇ
1 ÑÎfl ÓÚÍp˚‚‡ÌËfl ‰‚Âpˆ˚ ‰Îfl ‰ËÒÍÓ‚ ÔÓ‰ÌËÏËÚ Íp‡È Ò
ÏÂÚÍÓÈ LIFT TO OPEN.
2 ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ‰ËÒÍ Ì‡Ô˜‡Ú‡ÌÌÓÈ ÒÚÓpÓÌÓÈ ‚‚Âpx Ë
Á‡ÍpÓÈÚ ‰‚ÂpˆÛ.
3 ç‡ÊÏËÚ PLAY/ PAUSE 2; ‰Îfl ̇˜‡Î‡ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl.
èÓfl‚ËÚÒfl Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓp ‰ËÒ͇ , Cd:-- Ë Ó·˘ÂÂ
˜ËÒÎÓ Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ, Á‡ÚÂÏ ÌÓÏÂp ÔÂp‚ÓÈ Á‡ÔËÒ¸, ‡ ÔÓÒÎÂ
˝ÚÓ„Ó ‚pÂÏfl.
door ÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ̇ ‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ, ÂÒÎË Ç˚ Ì Á‡Íp˚ÎË
‰‚ÂpˆÛ, ËÎË ÓÚÍp˚ÎË Âfi ‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl.
noCd ÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ̇ ‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ, ÂÒÎË ‰ËÒÍ ÌÂ
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌ ËÎË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌ ÌÂÔp‡‚ËθÌÓ.
nFCd iÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ̇ ‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ, ÂÒÎË ‰ËÒÍ CD-R(W)
ÌÂÁ‡‚Âp¯fiÌ
Err ÓÁ̇˜‡ÂÚ Ó·˘Û˛ ӯ˷ÍÛ p‡·ÓÚ˚ ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚‡.
‰ËÒÔÎÂÈ ‚ÓÁ‚p‡˘‡ÂÚÒfl Í ÔÓ͇ÁÛ ‚pÂÏÂÌË.
4 éÚp„ÛÎËpÛÈÚ Á‚ÛÍ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ VOLUME $ ËÎË 3.
5 ‰Îfl ÔpÂp˚‚‡ÌËfl ̇ÊÏËÚ PLAY/ PAUSE 2;.
èÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ÌÓÏÂp ÚÂÍÛ˘ÂÈ Á‡ÔËÒË, Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚pÂÏfl. ÇÓ
‚pÂÏfl Ô‡ÛÁ˚ ÏË„‡ÂÚ
6 ëÌÓ‚‡ ̇ÊÏËÚ PLAY/ PAUSE 2; ‰Îfl ‚ÓÁÓ·ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌËfl
ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl.
7 ç‡ÊÏËÚ STOP 9 ‰Îfl ÔpÂÍp‡˘ÂÌËfl ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl.
‰ËÒÔÎÂÈ ‚ÓÁ‚p‡˘‡ÂÚÒfl Í ÔÓ͇ÁÛ ‚pÂÏÂÌË.
CD
CD
Ç˚·Óp Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ ‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl
ç‡ ‰ËÒÔΠ̇ ÍÓpÓÚÍÓ ‚pÂÏfl ÔÓfl‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ÌÓÏÂp Á‡ÔËÒË
ÔpË Ì‡Ê‡ÚËË SEARCH ËÎË § ‰Îfl ÔpÓÍpÛÚÍË Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ SEARCH § Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Îfl
ÔÂpÂxÓ‰‡ Í ‰pÛ„ÓÈ Á‡ÔËÒË.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ SEARCH ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Îfl ÔÂpÂxÓ‰‡ Í
Ôp‰˚‰Û˘ÂÈ Á‡ÔËÒË.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ SEARCH Ó‰ËÌ p‡Á, Ë ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËÂ
̇˜ÌfiÚÒfl Ò Ì‡˜‡Î‡ ÚÂÍÛ˘ÂÈ Á‡ÔËÒË.
ç‡xÓʉÂÌË ÓÚp˚‚͇ ‚ÌÛÚpË Á‡ÔËÒË
1 ÇÓ ‚pÂÏfl ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl ̇ÊÏËÚÂ Ë ‰ÂpÊËÚ SEARCH
ËÎË §.
ÑËÒÍ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÂÚÒfl ̇ ·Óθ¯ÓÈ ÒÍÓpÓÒÚË ÔpË
ÔÓÌËÊÂÌÌÓÏ ÛpÓ‚Ì Á‚Û͇, ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÓfl‚ÎflÂÚÒfl
Cd: Ë ÌÓÏÂp ÚÂÍÛ˘ÂÈ Á‡ÔËÒË.
2 éÒ‚Ó·Ó‰ËÚ SEARCH ËÎË § ÔÓÒΠÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl
ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ÓÚp˚‚͇.
ÇÓÁÓ·ÌÓ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ÌÓpχθÌÓ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËÂ Ë ‚pÂÏfl
pÂÁÂp‚‡.
êÄÑàé
1 ç‡ÊÏËÚ ON/ OFF ‰Îfl ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl p‡‰ËÓ.
tu tu ÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl Íp‡ÚÍÓ‚pÂÏÂÌÌÓ Ì‡ ‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ
, Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚pÂÏfl Ë ‚˚·p‡Ì̇fl ÔÓÎÓÒ‡.
2 ç‡ÊÏËÚ FM/ AM ‰Îfl ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl ÔÓÎÓÒ˚.
3 éÚp„ÛÎËpÛÈÚ Á‚ÛÍ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ VOLUME $ ËÎË 3.
4 éÚp„ÛÎËpÛÈÚ pÛ˜ÍÛ TUNING ‰Îfl ̇ÒÚpÓÈÍË Ì‡
ÒÚ‡ÌˆË˛.
ÑÎfl ÛÎÛ˜¯ÂÌËfl ÔpËfiχ:
FM: Ç˚ÚflÌËÚ ÓÚpÂÁÓÍ ‡ÌÚÂÌÌ˚ ÒÁ‡‰Ë ̇ ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Â ‰Îfl
ÓÔÚËχθÌÓ„Ó ÔpËfiχ.
AM (MW): àÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚ ‚ÒÚpÓÂÌÌÛ˛ ‡ÌÚÂÌÌÛ. ç‡Ôp‡‚¸ÚÂ
‡ÌÚÂÌÌÛ, p„ÛÎËpÛfl ÔÓÎÓÊÂÌË ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚‡.
5 ç‡ÊÏËÚ ON/ OFF ‰Îfl ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl p‡‰ËÓ.
Ë ÔÓÎÓÒ‡ ËÒ˜ÂÁÌÛÚ Ò ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl.
ìëíÄçéÇäÄ ÇÄêàÄçíéÇ ÅìÑàãúçàäÄ
é·˘ÂÂ
Ç pÂÊËχx ‰ËÒÍÓ‚, p‡‰ËÓ Ë Á‚ÓÌ͇ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‰‚‡
‚pÂÏÂÌË ·Û‰ËθÌË͇, ‚pÂÏfl 1 ËÎË 2 (ALARM 1 ËÎË 2). ùÚÓ
ÌÂÓ·xÓ‰ËÏÓ, ÍÓ„‰‡ LJÏ, ̇Ôp., ÌÛÊÌÓ ÔpÓÒ˚Ô‡Ú¸Òfl ‚
p‡ÁÌÓ ‚pÂÏfl ‚ Ú˜ÂÌˠ̉ÂÎË Ë ‚ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚Â.
- èÓÏÌËÚÂ, Ò̇˜‡Î‡ ÌÛÊÌÓ ‚ÂpÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‰Â̸, ˜‡Ò˚ Ë
·Û‰ËθÌËÍ!
- èpÓ‚Âp¸Ú ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌË ÒËÏ‚Ó· ·Û‰ËθÌË͇.
èpÓÒÏÓÚp ‚‡pˇÌÚÓ‚ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇
1 Ç˚·ÂpËÚ ÌÛÊÌ˚È Ç‡Ï pÂÊËÏ ÔÛÚfiÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ALARM 1
ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Îfl
ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó.
ç‡ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ÔÓÒΉӂ‡ÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸
·Û‰ËθÌË͇:
Lo:00 – ‰ÂÙÓÎÚÌ˚È ÛpÓ‚Â̸ ‰Îfl ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl
‰ÂÎË͇ÚÌÓÈ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË
H1:16 – ‰ÂÙÓÎÚÌ˚È Ï‡ÍÒËχθÌ˚È ÛpÓ‚Â̸ ‰Îfl
‰ÂÎË͇ÚÌÓÈ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË
Á‡ÚÂÏ ÚpË ‚‡pˇÌÚ‡ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇:
(Á‚ÓÌÓÍ) k AL, ËÎË
(p‡‰ËÓ) m tu, ËÎË
‰ËÒÍ Ë ÌÓÏÂp ‰ÓpÓÊÍË 1-99.
2 ÑÎfl p„ÛÎËpÓ‚ÍË ËÎË ‚˚·Óp‡ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Â„Ó
pÂÊËχ ÔpÓ˜ËÚ‡ÚÈÚ Ôp˂‰fiÌÌ˚ ‰‡Î p‡Á‰ÂÎ˚
ê„ÛÎËpӂ͇ ÛpÓ‚Ìfl ‰ÂÎË͇ÚÌÓÈ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË
ÑÎfl „‡p‡ÌÚËË Û‰Ó·ÌÓ„Ó Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÌËfl ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË ÛpÓ‚Â̸ Âfi
Ò˄̇· p„ÛÎËpÛÂÚÒfl ÓÚ Lo:00 (ÌËÁÍËÈ) Ò ÔÓÒÚÂÔÂÌÌ˚Ï
Û‚Â΢ÂÌË ‰Ó. H1:11 (‚˚ÒÓÍËÈ).
ÑÂÙÓÎÚÌ˚È ‰Ë‡Ô‡ÁÓÌ Lo:00 Ë H1:16. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ xÓÚËÚÂ
ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ‰ÂÙÓÎÚÌÛ˛ ÛÒÚ‡‚ÍÛ Ò˄̇· ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË, p‡‰ËÓ ËÎË
·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ̇ ‰ËÒÍÂ:
1 Ç pÂÁÂp‚ÌÓÏ pÂÊËÏ ̇ÊÏËÚ ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF
ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF Ó‰ËÌ p‡Á.
2 èpË ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËË Lo:00 ̇ÊÏËÚ 7 ËÎË 8 Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË
ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Îfl p„ÛÎËpÓ‚ÍË Ì‡˜‡Î¸ÌÓ„Ó ÛpÓ‚Ìfl
Ò˄̇·.
3 ÑÎfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË Ï‡ÍÒËχθÌÓ„Ó ÛpÓ‚Ìfl ̇ÊÏËÚ ALARM
1 MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF ÒÌÓ‚‡ ‰Îfl
ÔÂpÂxÓ‰‡ Í ‰ËÒÔβ H1:16.
4 èpË ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËË H1:16 ̇ÊËχÈÚ 7 ËÎË 8 ‰Ó
ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ÛpÓ‚Ìfl (10-32).
èpËϘ‡ÌËfl:
Ç˚ÒÓÍËÈ ÛpÓ‚Â̸ (H1) ‚Ò„‰‡ ‚˚¯Â ËÎË p‡‚ÂÌ ÌËÁÍÓÏÛ
(Lo):
RADIO
RADIO
̇Ôp.i. Lo:15, H1:19
̇Ôp.ii. Lo:12, H1:12
燘‡Î¸Ì˚È ÛpÓ‚Â̸ Lo:00, Ò ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌ˚Ï ÔÓÌËÊÂÌËÂÏ
ÓÚ 00 ‰Ó 32, ‡ χÍÒËχθÌ˚ ÛpÓ‚Â̸ H1:32, Ò
‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌ˚Ï ÔÓ‚˚¯ÂÌËÂÏ ÓÚ 10 ‰Ó 32.
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÛpÓ‚Ìfl ‰ÂÎË͇ÚÌÓÈ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË Ì ‚ÎËflÂÚ Ì‡
ÌÓpχθÌ˚È ÛpÓ‚Â̸ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚ Ë p‡‰ËÓ.
ÇÓ ‚pÂÏfl p‡·ÓÚ˚ Ò˄̇· ‰ÂÎË͇ÚÌÓÈ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË ÌÂθÁfl
ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ÛpÓ‚Â̸ Ò˄̇· Ú.Í. ̇ʇÚË ALARM 1
MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛
‡ÌÌÛÎËpÛÂÚ Ò˄̇Î.
ÇÓ ‚pÂÏfl p‡·ÓÚ˚ Ò˄̇·, ÂÒÎË Ç˚ ̇ÊÏfiÚ 7 ËÎË 8
‚˚ÒÓÍËÈ ÛpÓ‚Â̸ ÔpÂÍp‡˘‡ÂÚ Û‚Â΢˂‡Ú¸Òfl
ÌÂωÎÂÌÌÓ.
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ËÎË p‡‰ËÓ Ò˄̇·
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/
OFF ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Ó ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠ(Á‚ÓÌÓÍ)
k AL ËÎË
(p‡‰ËÓ) m tu
èpËϘ‡ÌËÂ:
èpË ‚˚·Óp p‡‰ËÓ Ò˄̇·
m tu
, ۷‰ËÚÂÒ¸ ‚ ‚ÂpÌÓÈ
̇ÒÚpÓÈÍ ̇ p‡‰ËÓ ÒÚ‡ÌˆË˛.
êÂÊËÏ Ò˄̇· Ò ‰ËÒ͇:
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ Á‡ÔpÓ„p‡ÏÏËpÓ‚‡Ú¸ Ë ‚˚·p‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒË ‰ËÒ͇ ÓÚ
1-99, ÍÓ„‰‡ ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ‚ pÂÊËÏ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl ËÎË
pÂÁÂp‚ÌÓÏ.
é‰Ì‡ÍÓ, ÂÒÎË ÌÓÏÂp Á‡ÔpÓ„p‡ÏÏËpÓ‚‡ÌÌÓÈ ‰ÓpÓÊÍË
ÓÚÒÛÚÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ Ì‡ ‰ËÒÍ ÔpË Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÌËË Ò˄̇·
ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌË ̇˜ÌfiÚÒfl Ò ÔÂp‚ÓÈ Á‡ÔËÒË.
1 ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ‰ËÒÍ ‚ ÓÚÒÂÍ ‰Îfl ‰ËÒÍÓ‚.
2 ç‡ÊÏËÚ ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/
OFF ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Ó ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËË Ì‡ ‰ËÒÔΠCD Ë
ÌÓÏÂp‡ ‰ÓpÓÊÍË. ëÏ êËÒ. 3.
3 èpË ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËË Ò˄̇· ‰ËÒ͇ ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠ̇ÊÏËÚ 7
ËÎË 8 ‰Ó ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ÌÓÏÂp‡ Á‡ÔËÒË.
ÑËÒÔÎÂÈ ‚ÂpÌfiÚÒfl Í ÔÓ͇ÁÛ ‚pÂÏÂÌË ‚ pÂÁÂp‚ÌÓÏ
pÂÊËÏÂ.
4 ÑÎfl ÔpÓÒÏÓÚp‡ Á‡ÔpÓ„p‡ÏÏËpÓ‚‡ÌÌ˚x ÌÓÏÂpÓ‚ Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ
̇ÊÏËÚ ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/
OFF ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Ó ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠCD .
èpËϘ‡ÌËÂ:
LJpˇÌÚ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË Á‡ÏÂÌËÚ
Ò˄̇ΠCD, ÂÒÎË Ç˚:
Ì‚ÂpÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÎË ‰ËÒÍ;
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÎË ÔÓ‚pÂʉfiÌÌ˚È ‰ËÒÍ;
Á‡·˚ÎË ‚‚ÂÒÚË ‰ËÒÍ;
Ì Á‡Íp˚ÎË ‰‚ÂpˆÛ ÓÚÒÂ͇.
Ç˚Íβ˜ÂÌË Ò˄̇·
ë˄̇ΠÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸ ‰‚ÛÏfl ÒÔÓÒÓ·‡ÏË. ÖÒÎË ‚˚ ÌÂ
‡ÌÌÛÎËpÓ‚‡ÎË Ò˄̇Î, Ò·pÓÒ 24 ˜‡ÒÓ‚Ó„Ó Ò˄̇·
‚˚·Ëp‡ÂÚÒfl ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ÒÔÛÒÚfl 59 ÏËÌ Ò ÏÓÏÂÌÚ‡, ÍÓ„‰‡
‚pÂÏfl Ò˄̇· ËÒÚÂ͇ÂÚ ÔÂp‚˚È p‡Á.
ëÅêéë 24 óÄëéÇéÉé ëàÉçÄãÄ
ÖÒÎË ÌÛÊÌÓ ÌÂωÎÂÌÌÓ ÔpÂp‚‡Ú¸ pÂÊËÏ Ò˄̇·, ÌÓ
ÒÓxp‡ÌËÚ¸ ÛÒÚ‡‚ÍÛ ‰Îfl ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Â„Ó ‰Ìfl:
Ç˚·ÂpËÚ ËÁ 3 ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌ˚x ‚‡pˇÌÚÓ‚ ‚˚·p‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ‚ˉ‡
ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË:
a 24 HR RESET ‰Îfl ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl Ò˄̇· ·Û‰ËθÌË͇,
p‡‰ËÓ ËÎË ‰ËÒ͇
· STOP 9 ÚÓθÍÓ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ
ON/ OFFÚÓθÍÓ p‡‰ËÓ..
ÑÎfl ÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂpʉÂÌËfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË 24 ˜‡ÒÓ‚Ó„Ó Ò·pÓÒ‡
ÔpÓÁ‚Û˜ËÚ Ò˄̇Î.
èéãçéÖ éíäãûóÖçàÖ ëàÉçÄãÄ
ÑÎfl ÔÓÎÌÓ„Ó ‡ÌÌÛÎËpÓ‚‡ÌËfl Ò˄̇· ‰Ó Â„Ó Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÌËfl
ËÎË ‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÌËfl:
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/
OFF Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Ó ËÒ˜ÂÁÌÓ‚ÂÌËfl Ò ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl
Â„Ó ÒËÏ‚Ó·.
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ÓÚÏÂÌËÚ Ò˄̇Π‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl Â„Ó Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÌËfl,
Ç˚ ÓÔflÚ¸ ÛÒÎ˚¯ËÚ Ò˄̇Î, ÔÓ‰Ú‚Âpʉ‡˛˘ËÈ ÓÚÏÂÌÛ.
REPEAT ALARM – èéÇíéêÖçàÖ ëàÉçÄãÄ
ùÚÓ Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ËÚ ÔÓ‚ÚÓpÂÌË Ò˄̇· Ò ËÌÚÂp‚‡ÎÓÏ 9 ÏËÌ.
ÇÓ ‚pÂÏfl Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÌËfl Ò˄̇· ̇ÊÏËÚ REPEAT
ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL.
èÓ‚ÚÓpËÚ ÔÓ ÌÂÓ·xÓ‰ËÏÓÒÚË ‰Ó Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó ˜‡Ò‡.
èpËϘ‡ÌËfl:
ÇÓ ‚pÂÏfl ÔÓ‚ÚÓpÂÌËfl Ò˄̇· ·Û‰ÛÚ ÏË„‡Ú¸ Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓp˚
k, m , ËÎË ‚˚·p‡ÌÌÓ„Ó pÂÊËχ Ò˄̇·.
ÖÒÎË ‚˚ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚ ÒË„Ì‡Î Ò ‰ËÒÍÓÏ, ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËÂ
‚ÓÁÓ·ÌÓ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl Ò ÏÓÏÂÌÚ‡ ÔpÂp˚‚‡ÌËfl ÔÓ‚ÚÓpÌ˚Ï
Ò˄̇ÎÓÏ.
ÇÓ ‚pÂÏfl Ò˄̇· Ò ‰ËÒÍÓÏ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËÂ
ÔpÓ‰ÓÎʇÂÚÒfl ‰Ó Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó ˜‡Ò‡, ÂÒÎË Ç˚ Ì ‡ÌÌÛÎËpÛÂÚÂ
ËÎË Ò·pÓÒËÚ Ò˄̇Î.
ÅìÑàãúçàä Ç ÇõïéÑçõÖ
ùÚ‡ x‡p‡ÍÚÂpËÒÚË͇ ÓÚÍβ˜‡ÂÚ Ò˄̇Π̇ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚ Ë
‚ÓÒÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ Â„Ó ‚ ·Û‰ÌË. é‰Ì‡ÍÓ ÌÂÓ·xÓ‰ËÏÓ
ÔpÓ‚ÂpËÚ¸ Ò̇˜‡Î‡ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍÛ ‰ÌÂÈ.
ëÏ p‡Á‰ÂÎ ìëíÄçéÇäÄ Ñçü .
1 ç‡ÊÏËÚ WEEKEND-SLEEPER Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á
‰Ó ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl Z
Z
‰Îfl Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó ËÎË Ó·ÓËx Ò˄̇ÎÓ‚.
2 ÑÎfl ÓÚÏÂÌ˚ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ̇ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚ ÔÓ‚ÚÓpËÚ Ô. 1 ‰Ó
ËÒ˜ÂÁÌÓ‚ÂÌËfl Z
Z
Ò ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl. ëÏ êËÒ. 4.
ëéç (SLEEP)
é ÙÛÌ͈ËË ëéç
ÑËÒÍ, p‡‰ËÓ Ë ˜‡Ò˚ ËÏÂ˛Ú ‚ÒÚpÓÂÌÌ˚È Ú‡ÈÏÂp ‰Îfl Ò̇,
ÍÓÚÓp˚È Ó·ÂÒÔ˜˂‡ÂÚ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍÓ ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌËÂ
ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl p‡‰ËÓ ËÎË ‰ËÒ͇ ÔÓÒÎÂ
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÔÂpËÓ‰‡ ‚pÂÏÂÌË. åÓÊÌÓ ‚˚·p‡Ú¸ ˜ÂÚ˚pÂ
‚pÂÏÂÌË ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌËfl. ìÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÓÚÍβ˜‡ÂÚÒfl ˜ÂpÂÁ 10,
30, 60 ËÎË 90 ÏËÌÛÚ ÔÓÒΠÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌËfl.
ùÚ‡ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl Ì ‚ÎËflÂÚ Ì‡ ÓÒڇθÌ˚ ÛÒÚ‡‚ÍË Ò˄̇ÎÓ‚.
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÙÛÌ͈ËË Ò̇
1 ç‡ÊÏËÚ PLAY/ PAUSE 2; (ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÚÂθ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚) ËÎË
ON/ OFF (p‡‰ËÓ) ‰Îfl ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó pÂÊËχ.
ÑÎfl pÂÊËχ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚ Ì Á‡·Û‰¸Ú ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‰ËÒÍ.
2 ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ‚pÂÏfl Ò̇ ÔÛÚfiÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl SLEEP Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË
ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Ó ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ‚pÂÏÂÌË. ëÏ êËÒ.
5
3 ÑÎfl ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌËfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó pÂÊËχ ÌÛÊÌÓ Ò‰Â·ڸ Ó‰ÌÓ ËÁ
ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ëx:
ç‡ÊÏËÚ SLEEP Ó‰ËÌ ËÎË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ p‡Á ‰Ó
ËÒ˜ÂÁÌÓ‚ÂÌËfl Ò ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl
ç‡ÊÏËÚ REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
ç‡ÊÏËÚ STOP 9 (ÚÓθÍÓ ‰Îfl ‰ËÒÍÓ‚)
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ON/ OFF (ÚÓθÍÓ ‰Îfl p‡‰ËÓ).
ìxÓ‰
鷢 (ëÏ êËÒ. 6)
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ Ì ÒÓ·Ëp‡ÂÚÂÒ¸ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ‚
Ú˜ÂÌË ÔpÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓ„Ó ‚pÂÏÂÌË, ‚˚̸Ú ÒÂÚ‚ÓÈ
͇·Âθ ËÁ ̇ÒÚÂÌÌÓÈ pÓÁÂÚÍË.
ç ÔÓ‰‚Âp„‡ÈÚ ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ËÎË ‰ËÒÍ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒڂ˲
‰Óʉfl, ‚·„Ë, ÔÂÒ͇ ËÎË ËÁ·˚ÚÓ˜ÌÓÈ ÚÂÏÔÂp‡ÚÛp˚ ÓÚ
̇„p‚‡ÚÂθÌÓ„Ó Ó·ÓpÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl ËÎË ÔpflÏ˚x ÒÓÎ̘Ì˚x
ÎÛ˜ÂÈ.
ÑÎfl Ó˜ËÒÚÍË ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ Ïfl„ÍÛ˛ ‚·ÊÌÛ˛ Ú̸͇. çÂ
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ˜ËÒÚfl˘Ëx ‡„ÂÌÚÓ‚, ÒÓ‰Âpʇ˘Ëx ÒÔËpÚ,
̇¯‡Ú˚p¸, ·ÂÌÁËÌ ËÎË ‡·p‡ÁË‚˚, Ú.Í. ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ
ÔÓ‚p‰ËÚ¸ ÍÓpÔÛÒ.
é·p‡˘ÂÌËÂ Ò ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÚÂÎÂÏ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚ Ë Ò
‰ËÒ͇ÏË
çËÍÓ„‰‡ Ì ÔpË͇҇ÈÚÂÒ¸ Í ÎËÌÁ‡Ï ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÚÂÎfl!
êÂÁÍÓ ËÁÏÂÌÂÌË ÚÂÏÔÂp‡ÚÛp˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔpË‚ÂÒÚË Í
ÍÓ̉ÂÌÒ‡ˆËË Ë Á‡ÚÛχÌË‚‡Ì˲ ÎËÌÁ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÚÂÎfl. Ç
Ú‡ÍÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌË ‰ËÒÍÓ‚ Ì‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ. çÂ
Ô˚Ú‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ Ó˜ËÒÚËÚ¸ ÎËÌÁ˚, ÔpÓÒÚÓ ÓÒÚ‡‚¸Ú ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó
‚ ÚÂÔÎÓÏ ÔÓÏ¢ÂÌËË ‰Ó ËÒÔ‡pÂÌËfl ‚·„Ë Ò ÎËÌÁ.
ÑÎfl Ôp‰ÓÚ‚p‡˘ÂÌËfl ÔÓÔ‡‰‡ÌËfl Ô˚ÎË ÓÚÒÂÍ ‰Îfl
‰ËÒÍÓ‚ ‚Ò„‰‡ ‰ÂpÊËÚ ‰‚ÂpˆÛ Á‡Íp˚ÚÓÈ. ÑÎfl Ó˜ËÒÚÍË
ÔpÓÚpËÚ ÒÛxÓÈ Ïfl„ÍÓÈ Ú̸͇˛.
ÑÎfl ‚˚ÌËχÌËfl ‰ËÒ͇ ËÁ ÙÛÚÎflp‡ ̇ÊÏËÚ ̇ ˆÂÌÚp Ë
ÔÓ‰ÌËÏËÚ ‰ËÒÍ. ÇÒ„‰‡ ÔÓ‰ÌËχÈÚ ‰ËÒ͇ Á‡ Íp‡fl Ë
ÛÍ·‰˚‚‡ÈÚ ‰ËÒÍ Ó·p‡ÚÌÓ ‚ ÙÛÚÎflp ÔÓÒÎÂ
ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ‰Îfl Ôp‰ÓÚ‚p‡˘ÂÌËfl Â„Ó ÔÓ‚pÂʉÂÌËfl Ë
̇ÍÓÔÎÂÌËfl Ô˚ÎË.
ÑÎfl Ó˜ËÒÚÍË ÔpÓÚpËÚ Ïfl„ÍÓÈ ·ÂÁ‚ÓpÒÓ‚ÓÈ Ú̸͇ ÔÓ
ÔpflÏÓÈ ÎËÌËË ÓÚ ˆÂÌÚp‡ Í Íp‡flÏ. ç ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚÂ
˜ËÒÚfl˘Ëx ‡„ÂÌÚÓ‚, Ú.Í. ÓÌË ÏÓ„ÛÚ ÔÓ‚p‰ËÚ¸ ‰ËÒÍ.
çËÍÓ„‰‡ Ì Ô˯ËÚ ̇ ‰ËÒÍÂ Ë Ì ̇ÍÎÂË‚‡ÈÚÂ
̇ÍÎÂÈÍË.
àÌÙÓpχˆËfl ÔÓ Óxp‡Ì Òp‰˚
ÇÂÒ¸ ÛÔ‡ÍÓ‚Ó˜Ì˚È Ï‡ÚÂpˇΠ·˚Î ÒÓÍp‡˘fiÌ ‰Ó ÏËÌËÏÛχ Ë
ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ΄ÍÓ p‡Á‰ÂÎfiÌ Ì‡ ÚpË „pÛÔÔ˚: ͇pÚÓÌ
(ÍÓpӷ͇), ÔÓÎËÒÚËpÓÎ (·ÛÙÂp) Ë ÔÓÎË˝ÚËÎÂÌ (ϯÍË,
Á‡˘ËÚÌ˚È ÔÓpÓÎÓÌ).
LJ¯Â ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÒÓÒÚÓËÚ ËÁ χÚÂpˇÎÓ‚, ÍÓÚÓp˚ ÏÓ„ÛÚ
·˚Ú¸ ÔÂpÂp‡·ÓÚ‡Ì˚ ÒÔˆˇθÌ˚ÏË ÍÓÏÔ‡ÌËflÏË.
ëӷ≇ÈÚ ÏÂÒÚÌ˚ Ôp‡‚Ë· ËÁ·‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ÓÚ ÛÔ‡ÍÓ‚ÍË Ë
ÒÚ‡pÓ„Ó Ó·ÓpÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl.
SLEEP
èpÓ·ÎÂχ
èp˘Ë̇
- ìÒÚp‡ÌÂÌËÂ
éÚÒÛÚÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ Á‚ÛÍ
ç ÓÚp„ÛÎËpÓ‚‡Ì ÛpÓ‚Â̸
- éÚp„ÛÎËpÛÈÚ ÛpÓ‚Â̸
ç p‡„ËpÛÂÚ Ì‡ ̇ʇÚË ÍÌÓÔÓÍ
ùÎÂÍÚpÓÒÚ‡Ú˘ÂÒÍËÈ p‡Ápfl‰
- éÚÍβ˜ËÚ ÒÂÚ‚Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌËÂ Ë ÒÌÓ‚‡ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ ˜ÂpÂÁ
5 ÏËÌ.
• èêéàÉêõÇÄíÖãú ÑàëäéÇ
èpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌË Ì Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÂÚ
ÉpflÁÌ˚È ËÎË ÔÓ‚pÂʉfiÌÌ˚È ‰ËÒÍ
- Á‡ÏÂÌËÚ ËÎË Ó˜ËÒÚËÚ ‰ËÒÍ
ã‡ÁÂpÌ˚ ÎËÌÁ˚ Á‡ÔÓÚÂÎË
- ‰‡ÈÚ ‡ÍÍÎËχÚËÁËpÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl
ã‡ÁÂpÌ˚ ÎËÌÁ˚ „pflÁÌ˚Â
- é˜ËÒÚËÚ ÎËÌÁ˚, ÔpÓË„p‡‚ ‰ËÒÍ Ó˜ËÒÚÍË
çÂÁ‡ÍÓ̘ÂÌÌ˚È CD-R(W
- ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ Á‡ÍÓ̘ÂÌÌ˚È CD-R(W)
• êÄÑàé
ípÂÒÍ ‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl ÔÂp‰‡˜Ë FM
ë··˚È Ò˄̇Î
- ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛ ‚˚ÚflÌËÚ ÓÚpÂÁÓÍ ‡ÌÚÂÌÌ˚
çÂÔpÂp˚‚Ì˚È ÚpÂÒÍ/¯ËÔÂÌË ‚Ó ‚pÂÏfl ÔÂp‰‡˜Ë
AM (MW)
ùÎÂÍÚpÓÔÓÏÂxË ÓÚ ÚÂ΂ËÁÓp‡, ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂpÓ‚,
ÙÎÛÓpÂÒˆÂÌÚÌ˚x ·ÏÔ Ë Ôp.
- éÚÓ‰‚Ë̸Ú ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÓÚ ‰pÛ„Ó„Ó Ó·ÓpÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl
• ÅìÑàãúçàä
ÅÛ‰ËθÌËÍ Ì Òp‡·‡Ú˚‚‡ÂÚ
ÇpÂÏfl ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ Ì ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÓ
- ëÏ p‡Á‰ÂÎ 'ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ˜‡ÒÓ‚ Ë ‚pÂÏÂÌË ·Û‰ËθÌË͇'
êÂÊËÏ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ Ì ‚˚·p‡Ì
- ëÏ p‡Á‰ÂÎ 'ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‚‡pˇÌÚÓ‚ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇'
ìpÓ‚Â̸ p‡‰ËÓ/ ‰ËÒ͇/ Á‚ÓÌ͇ ÒÎ˯ÍÓÏ ÌËÁÍËÈ.
- ëÏ p‡Á‰ÂÎ ‘ê„ÛÎËpӂ͇ ÛpÓ‚Ìfl ‰ÂÎË͇ÚÌÓÈ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË’
• ÇõïéÑçõÖ/ëéç
îÛÌ͈Ëfl ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË Ì‡ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚ Ì p‡·ÓÚ‡ÂÚ
ÑÂ̸ Ì ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌ/ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌ Ì‚ÂpÌÓ
- ëÏ p‡Á‰ÂÎ ‘ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‰Ìfl’
èӷۉ͇ ̇ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚ Ì ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂ̇
- ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÔÓ·Û‰ÍÛ Ì‡ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚Â
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AJ-3950
AJ-3951
AJ-3952
MinõségtanúsításA garanciajegyen feltüntetett forgalombahozó vállalat a 2/1984. (III.10.) BkM-IpM együttes rendelet értelmébentanúsítja, hogy ezen készülék megfelel a mûszaki adatokban megadott értékeknek.Figyelem!A meghibásodott készüléket – beleértve a hálózati csatlakozót is – csak szakember (szerviz) javíthatja.Ne tegye ki a készüléket esõnek vagy nedvesség hatásának!GaranciaA forgalombahozó vállalat a termékre 12 hónap garanciát vállal.
Névleges feszültség ................................. 230 V
Elemes mûködéshez...................................... Nil
Névleges frekvencia ................................. 50 Hz
Tömeg ...................................................... 1,6 kg
Befoglaló méretek
szélesség .............................................. 150 mm
magasság.............................................. 199 mm
mélység................................................. 158 mm
Rádiórész vételi tartomány
FM (CCIR) .................................. 87.5 - 108 MHz
MW......................................... 526 - 1606.5 kHz
Erõsítõrész
Kimeneti teljesítmény............2 x 500 mW RMS
MAGYARORSZÁG
Vystraha!
Tento pøístroj pracuje s laserov¥m paprskem. Pøi nesprávné manipulaci s pøístrojem (v rozporu s tímto
návodem) mù¿e dojít k nebezpeènému ozáøení. Proto pøístroj za chodu neotevírejte ani nesnímejte jeho kryty.
Jakoukoli opravu v|dy svìøte specializovanému servisu.
Nebezpeèí!
Pøi sejmutí krytù a odji∂tìní bezpeènostních spínaèù hrozí nebezpeèí neviditelného laserového záøení!
Chraòte se pøed pøím¥m zásahem laserového paprsku.
Záruka
Pokud byste z jakéhokoli dùvodu pøístroj demontovali, v|dy nejdøíve vytáhnìte sí†ovou zástrèku.
Pøístroj chraòte pøed jakoukoli vlhkostí i pøed kapkami vody.
Prístroj sa nesmie pou|íva† v mokrom a vlhkom prostredí! Chránte pred striekajúcou a kvapkajúcou vodou!
ÈESKA REPUBLIKÁ
SLOVAK REPUBLIC
NOTES
ép„‡Ì˚ ÛÔp‡‚ÎÂÌËfl (ÒÏ êËÒ. 1 Ë 2)
• èêéàÉêõÇÄíÖãú ÑàëäéÇ
1 STOP 9
- ÓÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌË ‰ËÒÍÓ‚;
- ÔpÂp˚‚‡ÂÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ pÂÁÂp‚‡ pÂÊËÏ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚;
- ÔpÂp˚‚‡ÂÚ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Û˛˘ËÈ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚ ̇ 24 ˜‡Ò‡.
2 PLAY/ PAUSE 2;
- ̇˜Ë̇ÂÚ/ ÔpËÓÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ ÔpÓË„p˚‚‡ÌË ‰ËÒÍÓ‚.
3 SEARCH , §
- ÔpÓÍpۘ˂‡ÂÚ Á‡ÔËÒË/ ˢÂÚ ÌÂÓ·xÓ‰ËÏÛ˛ Á‡ÔËÒ¸.
• éÅôÖÖ
4 SLEEP
- ‚Íβ˜‡ÂÚ Ë p„ÛÎËpÛÂÚ ‚pÂÏfl pÂÁÂp‚‡..
5 REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
-ËÁÏÂÌflÂÚ flpÍÓÒÚ¸ ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl;
- ‚˚Íβ˜‡ÂÚ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ Ì‡ 9 ÏËÌÛÚ;
- ÔpÂp˚‚‡ÂÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ pÂÁÂp‚‡ ‚ pÂÊËÏ ‰ËÒÍÓ‚, Á‚ÓÌ͇
ËÎË p‡‰ËÓ.
6 WEEKEND-SLEEPER
- ÓÚÍβ˜‡ÂÚ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ 1 Ë/ ËÎË 2 ̇ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚Â.
7 ÑËÒÔÎÂÈ
- ÔÓ͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ ˜‡Ò˚/‚pÂÏfl ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ Ë ÒÚ‡ÚÛÒ
ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚‡.
8 ALARM 1 MODE/ OFF ËÎË ALARM 2 MODE/ OFF
- ÛÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ/ ÔpÓ‚ÂpflÂÚ/ ‚˚Íβ˜‡ÂÚ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ 1
ËÎË2.
• êÄÑàé
9 ON/ OFF
- ‚ÍÎ/‚˚ÍÎ p‡‰ËÓ
- ÔpÂp˚‚‡ÂÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ pÂÁÂp‚‡ pÂÊËÏ p‡‰ËÓ;
- ‚˚Íβ˜‡ÂÚ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Û˛˘ËÈ p‡‰ËÓ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ Ì‡ 24 ˜‡Ò‡.
0 FM/ AM (MW)
- ‚˚·Ëp‡ÂÚ ÔÓÎÓÒÛ p‡‰ËÓ.
• ìëíÄçéÇäÄ ÇêÖåÖçà
! ALARM 1, ALARM 2, TIME
- ÛÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ ‚pÂÏfl ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ËÎË ·Û‰ËθÌË͇
@ 7 , 8
- p„ÛÎËpÛÂÚ ˜‡Ò˚/·Û‰ËθÌËÍ;
- p„ÛÎËpÛÂÚ ÛpÓ‚Â̸ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ÓÚ Ï‡ÍÒËχθÌÓ„Ó ‰Ó
ÏËÌËχθÌÓ„Ó ‰Îfl Ò˄̇· 1 ËÎË 2;
- ‚˚·Ëp‡ÂÚ Á‡ÔËÒË ‰Îfl ÔÓ·Û‰ÍË ‰Îfl Ò˄̇· 1 ËÎË 2.
# VOLUME $, 3
- p„ÛÎËpÛÂÚ ÛpÓ‚Â̸ Á‚Û͇.
$ Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓp ˜‡ÒÚÓÚ˚
- ÔÓ͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ p‡‰ËÓ ˜‡ÒÚÓÚÛ ‚˚·p‡ÌÌÓÈ ÔÓÎÓÒ˚
% SET DAY
- ÛÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ ‰Â̸ ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl pÂÁÂp‚‡ ̇ ‚˚xÓ‰Ì˚Â.
^ 24 HR RESET
- ÓÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Û˛˘ËÈ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ, p‡‰ËÓ Ò˄̇ΠËÎË
̇ ‰ËÒÍ ̇ 24 ˜‡Ò‡.
& LIFT TO OPEN
- ÓÚÍp˚‚‡ÂÚ/Á‡Íp˚‚‡ÂÚ ‰‚ÂpˆÛ ‰Îfl ‰ËÒÍÓ‚.
* TUNING
- ̇ÒÚp‡Ë‚‡ÂÚ Ì‡ p‡‰ËÓ ÒÚ‡ÌˆË˛.
( éÚpÂÁÓÍ
- ‡ÌÚÂÌ̇ ‰Îfl ÛÎÛ˜¯ÂÌËfl ÔpËfiχ FM.
) ëÂÚ‚ÓÈ Í‡·Âθ
- ‰Îfl ÔÂpÂÏÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl.
íÂxÌ˘ÂÒ͇fl Ú‡·Î˘͇ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂ̇ ̇
ÓÒÌÓ‚‡ÌËË ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚‡.
ÇçàåÄçàÖ
àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË Óp„‡ÌÓ‚ ÛÔp‡‚ÎÂÌËfl, p„ÛÎËpÓ‚ÍË
Ë x‡p‡ÍÚÂpËÒÚËÍ Ôpӈ‰Ûp, Ì Û͇Á‡ÌÌ˚x ‚ ˝ÚÓÈ
ËÌÒÚpÛ͈ËË, Ôp˂‰fiÚ Í ÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÏÛ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒڂ˲
p‡‰Ë‡ˆËË Ë ‰pÛ„ËÏ ‚ˉ‡Ï ÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË.
ìëíÄçéÇäÄ
ëÂÚ‚Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌËÂ Ë pÂÊËÏ demo
1 èpÓ‚Âp¸Ú ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Ë ̇ÔpflÊÂÌËfl ̇ ÚÂxÌ˘ÂÒÍÓÈ
Ú‡·Î˘Í ÏÂÒÚÌÓÏÛ ÒÂÚ‚ÓÏÛ Ì‡ÔpflÊÂÌ˲. ÖÒÎË ÓÌË
p‡Á΢Ì˚, Ò‚flÊËÚÂÒ¸ Ò ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÓÏ ËÎË ˆÂÌÚpÓÏ
Ó·ÒÎÛÊË‚‡ÌËfl.
2 èÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ ÒÂÚ‚ÓÈ Í‡·Âθ Í ÒÚÂÌÌÓÈ pÓÁÂÚÍÂ.
ëÂÚ‚Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌË ÔÓ‰‡ÌÓ, ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl pÂÊËÏ
demo PHILIPS.
PH..IL..IPS sÌÂÔpÂp˚‚ÌÓ ÔpÓÍpۘ˂‡ÂÚÒfl ÔÓ ‰ËÒÔβ.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ β·Û˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ (ÍpÓÏ REPEAT ALARM/
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL) ̇ ÛÒÚpÓÈÒÚ‚Â ‰Îfl ‚˚xÓ‰‡ ËÁ
pÂÊËχ demo.
3 ÑÎfl ÔÓÎÌÓ„Ó ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌËfl ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl p‡Á˙‰ËÌËÚÂ
p‡Á˙fiÏ Ì‡ ÒÚÂÌÂ.
èÓÚp·ÎÂÌË ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl ‚ pÂÁÂp‚ (pÂÊËÏ ˜‡ÒÓ‚)......3 ÇÚ
XP AJ395x/14 7x3 A5- EE 21-05-2001 12:29 Pagina 1

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General
Philips
AJ3950 | AJ3950/00
Radio
8710101377964
English
User manual (PDF)
Radio
Supported radio bandsAM, FM
Tuner type-
FM band range87.5 - 108 MHz
AM band range530 - 1710 kHz
Weight & dimensions
Depth198 mm
Height158 mm
Width151 mm
Weight1596 g
Features
PLL synthesizer
MP3 playback
Product colourGrey, Silver
Volume controlDigital
Loudspeakers
RMS rated power- W
Number of built-in speakers2
Subwoofer driver diameter (imperial)3 "
Display
Display typeLCD
Ports & interfaces
Headphone outputs0
Apple docking compatibilityNot supported
Headphone out
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