Bench KH 4438 user manual

User manual for the device Bench KH 4438

Device: Bench KH 4438
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Date of adding : 2014-01-20 18:48:56
Number of pages: 16
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KH 4438
Operating instructions

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Operating Instructions Technical data Voltage AC adapter/alternating current: 230 V ~ 50 Hz or DC/direct current: 1.2 V x 2 type AA (NiCd, rechargeable) 1.5 V x 2 type AA (NiMh) CD players Laser 3-beam laser Frequency response 100 Hz to 16 kHz Features and functions • Playing conventional audio CDs, CD Rs, CD RWs and MP3 CDs • Electronic digital anti-shock system with a 45-second buffer (conventional CDs) or a 120-second buffer (MP3 CDs) • Playing MP3 songs up to

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8. Sudden temperature uctuations may cause condensate to form in the inside of the housing or on the laser scanner. Condensate may especially form when • the player is brought from a cooler into a warmer room or into a cold room that is suddenly heated • the player is brought from a climate-controlled room or car into a hot or humid room in the summer Condensate may cause malfunctions. If this takes place, please do not use the player for about two hours until it has adap

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LCD displays 1. PROG Display when playing programmed combination of songs 2. SHUFF Display when shufing 3. INTRO Display when introduction function is activated 4. MP3 Display when playing an MP3 CD 5. CD Display when playing conventional CDs 6. HOLD Display when the HOLD function is activated (key lock) 7. REPT 1 Display when repeating playback of one song 8. REPT DIR Display when repeating playback of individual songs of an album (only with MP3 CDs) 9.

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Charging and using rechargeable batteries Rechargeable batteries can be recharged in the player’s battery compartment in about 15 hours. The rechargeable batteries supplied should be charged before using them for the rst time. The same applies when the batteries have not been used over a longer period of time (more than 60 days). Furthermore, rechargeable batteries should always be completely empty before charging because their storage capacity might be reduced signicantly (the memory effe

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system is activated. The digital data corresponding to a sound playback of 45 seconds is put into a read-ahead memory buffer. As soon as the memory buffer is full, which you can see on the bars in the memory display , it is overwritten with the next data (in turn also corresponding to 45 seconds of sound playback). If the player is exposed to impact in CD operation during playback, the data in the buffer are evaluated and sound playback can continue without problems. This gives the laser sc

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6. Close the CD compartment by pressing the cover down until it locks noticeably. The CD begins spinning, ”READ” appears on the display and the total number of the songs and the overall playing time for the CD appears shortly on the display. 7. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to start playback; ”PLAY” appears on the display. Adjust the desired volume during playback and regulate basses and trebles as required or activate the electronic anti-shock function. The time the current song has playe

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3. Press the SKIP button : or 9 to select the rst song for programming forwards or backwards. 4. Press the PROGRAM button again. The rst song selected is now programmed and the display shows ”P-02” for the second song to be programmed. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to program other songs. 6. When you have nished programming songs, press the PLAY/PAUSE button and programmed playback starts with the rst programmed song. The CD player stops automatically as soon as all songs stored have been play

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Repeated playback of all CD songs Press the MODE button twice when playing a CD and ”REPT ALL” appears on the display. All of the songs of the CD inserted will be repeated until the STOP or MODE button is pressed once to change back to normal playback operation. MP3 CDs Note: The read in/scanning times are somewhat longer due to the greater memory capacity of MP3 discs. Playback 1. Open the CD compartment, insert the MP3 CD correctly, close the CD compartment and press the PLAY/PAUSE button

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Repeated playback of songs in a catalogue Press the MODE button during playback twice to repeatedly play all songs of the current cata- logue. ”REPT DIR” appears in the display. Programmed playback 1. Press the STOP and then the EQ/PROG button. 2. Select the desired catalogue with the SKIP buttons (forwards/backwards). 3. Press the EQ/PROG button again. 4. Select the desired song in the desired catalogues with the SKIP buttons (forwards/backwards) and program it by pressing the EQ/PROG button

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Line-out jack You may record music on another player with the line-out jack on the player by connecting the wire supplied with the line-out jack of the CD player and the input jack of a recorder (such as a cassette recorder). If you would like to connect your MP3 CD player to another player to use its loudspeakers for playing music (for instance, your hi- player), you have to connect the wire supplied with the line-out jack of the CD player and the input jack (AUX/CD INPUT, etc.) to the pla

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