User manual PHILIPS 16381-47-16

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[. . . ] Returning your Warranty Registration Card right away guarantees you'll receive all the information and special offers which you qualify for as the owner of your model. " Dear Philips product owner: Thank you for your confidence in Philips. you've selected one of the best-built , best-backed products available today. And we'll do everything in our power to keep you happy with your purchase for many years to come. [. . . ] DLR will always become active when you make normal recordings in listen mode. At all times the already recorded tracks of the CDR(W) disc will be taken as reference for the volume level of the following recordings. Auto level control becomes active when: ­ COMPILE CD is being used, ­ a disc, a track or a track edit is being high speed recorded and the CDR(W) has recordings on it, ­ a program (consisting from more than one disc) from the CD changer is being high speed recorded, or ­ CDTMCD is being used and the CDR(W) has recordings on it. Auto level control will not become active when: ­ CDTMCD is being used and the CDR(W) has no recordings on it, ­ making recordings from the FM tuner, ­ making recordings from an external source, or ­ making normal recordings in listen mode. Finalizing a CDR(W) disc is a simple procedure, necessary to: ­ play a recorded CDR on a standard CD player or ­ play a recorded CDRW on a CDRW compatible CD player and CD recorder. Copyright protection The Serial Copy Management System (SCMS) prevents the making of a digital copy from a digital copy. The system allows making a digital recording from the original, however in some countries this may require the authorization of copyright holders. When you try to record copy protected material from an external source, Copy Protect will be displayed. When you try to record copy protected material from the internal CD changer, no digital recording is possible, however the CD recorder will automatically switch to analog recording. Recording CD text If the original CD has CD Text, this text will be recorded automatically, provided that the CD text is not copy protected. 1 Keep REC LEVEL on the unit pressed to enable the rotary control to adjust the record level. YThe arrow lights, RECORDING IN PROGRESS is shown, high speed recording starts and the actual recording time remaining starts to count down. Normal recording and listening of an entire disc, a track, a program or a track edit 1 Make sure the CDR(W) is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. High speed recording of an entire disc, a track, a program or a track edit 1 Make sure the CDR(W) is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. 2 Press either CD 1, CD 2 or CD 3 to select the disc from which you wish to record. 4 Rotate í JOG CONTROL ë to select one of the following high speed recording modes: If a disc from the CD changer is selected: yCD Fast?: for high speed recording of an entire disc · : for high speed recording of a track · : for high speed recording of the selected disc or of the program If CD changer track edit mode is available: Fast?: for high speed recording of the A­B track 3 Rotate í JOG CONTROL ë to select one of the following normal record options: If CD changer is selected: yCD Listen?: for listening to the entire disc during normal recording yTrackListen?: for listening to the track during normal recording · Continue with step 6 of "High speed recording". : for listening to the program during normal recording If CD changer track edit mode is available: yA-B Listen?: for listening to the A­B track during normal recording 4 Follow steps 5 and 6 of "High speed recording". [. . . ] Poor bass sound Bad sound Remote control does not function properly Badly matched setting for the given type of music or sound. Use Audio CD indication Disc Recover indication Power loss Disc Error indication Disc Recover was not able to repair the disc. Recorded disc does not play in another standard CD player The inserted CDR(W) is not finalized. A sales receipt or other document showing that you purchased the product is considered proof of purchase. [. . . ]

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