AEG CDP 4228 manual

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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: CDP 4228
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Ukrainian

Table of Contents

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Instruction Manual
Thank you for choosing our product. We hope you enjoy using the device.
Read the operating instructions carefully before putting the appliance into operation and
keep the instructions including the warranty, the receipt and, if possible, the box with the
internal packing. If you give this device to other people, please also pass on the operating
•	 To avoid the risk of fire or electric shock, you should not expose the device to rain or
humidity. Do not use the device near water (e.g. bathroom, swimming pool, humid cel-
•	 Do not use the unit in extremely hot, cold, dusty, or damp places.
•	 The unit is designed solely for private use and its intended purpose. This unit is not
designed for commercial use.
•	 Always install batteries in the correct direction.
•	 When using an external power adapter, connect the power adapter to a properly
installed wall socket only. Make sure the voltage indicated matches the voltage of
the wall socket. Also make sure that the output current and the polarity of the power
adapter correspond to the specifications of the connected device.
•	 Never cover the vent holes with objects, such as magazines, tablecloths, curtains etc.
•	 This appliance shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing water and that no object
filled with liquids such as vases shall be placed on apparatus.
•	 Open sources of fire, such as e.g. burning candles may not be placed onto the unit.
•	 Never open the device’s case. Improper repairs can cause severe danger to the user.
These symbols may be found on the machine and are intended to indicate the following:
The lightning symbol should advise the user of parts in the inside of the device
which carry dangerously high voltage levels.
The symbol with an exclamation mark should advise the user of important
operation or maintenance instructions in the accompanying documentation.
Devices bearing this symbol work with a “class 1 laser” for tracing the CD. The
built-in safety switches should prevent the user being exposed to dangerous
laser light, which is invisible to the human eye, when the CD compartment is
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These safety controls must not be defeated or modified, as you might otherwise be
exposed to the laser beam.
Children and Frail Individuals
•	 In order to ensure your children’s safety, please keep all packaging (plastic bags, boxes,
polystyrene etc.) out of their reach.
Do not allow small children to play with the foil. There is a danger of suffocation!
•	 This device is not intended to be used by individuals (including children) who have
restricted physical, sensory or mental abilities and/or insufficient knowledge and/or
experience, unless they are supervised by an individual who is responsible for their
safety or have received instructions on how to use the device.
•	 Children should be supervised at all times in order to ensure that they do not play with
the device.
Special safety information
Caution: This device works with a class 1 laser.
Caution: Not suitable for children under 3 years old. Small parts could be bro-
ken off and be swallowed.
•	 Listening to music at high volumes repeatedly and for long periods can cause
hearing damage. We recommend you select a comfortable volume setting. A low
volume setting will not only save battery power, but also protect your hearing.
•	 Set the volume to low in order not to disturb your surroundings.
•	 If you suffer from tinnitus, set the volume to low or do not use the device.
•	 Ear specialists recommend that you do not use headphones constantly over long
•	 Do not use the device together with a hearing aid, since it may cause interference.
•	 Safety remains paramount. Do not use the device when driving a motorised vehicle,
when riding a bicycle or when jogging on the street. Adjust the volume to match the
surrounding traffic.
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•	 Do not use the device in situations in which you need to be able to hear without any
•	 The headphones generate magnetic fields which may affect pacemakers and
implanted defibrillators. Keep the device at least 10 cm away from pacemakers or
implanted defibrillators.
Do not keep the headband of the headphones stretched for a long period of time, since
this may weaken the tension of the headband.
Overview of the Components
1	 MODE button (playback mode)
2	 SKIP- button (previous music file / reverse search)
3	Display
4	 SKIP+ button (next music file / forward search)
5	 PROG button (program)
6	 OPEN (open CD compartment)
7	 PHONES headphone jack
8	 PLAY/PAUSE button (turn on / play/pause)
9	 ESP / DIR button
10	 VOLUME +/- button (volume)
11	 BBS button
12	 STOP/POWER OFF button (Stop/turn off)
13	DC-IN socket for power adapter
Inside the CD compartment (not shown)
Battery compartment
Delivery content
1x	 CD player
1x	 Headphones
1x	 Operating instructions
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Start-up of the device/introduction
•	 Select a suitable location for the device, such as a dry, flat, non-slip surface on which it
is easy to operate the machine.
•	 Remove the protective film from the display if it is still present.
Transport Safety Device, CD Compartment
•	 Open the CD compartment by sliding the OPEN button (6) in the direction of the ar-
•	 Before operating the machine for the first time, remove the transport safety device
from the CD player if it is still in place.
Inserting the Batteries (not supplied)
1.	 Open the CD compartment by sliding the OPEN button (6) in the direction of the
2.	 Open the cover of the battery compartment inside the CD compartment.
3.	 Insert 2 batteries of type AA/R6 1.5 V. Please ensure that the polarity is correct (see the
floor of the battery compartment)!
4.	 Then close the battery lid.
A battery icon on the display will indicate that the battery needs to be replaced.
•	 Do not expose batteries to extreme heat, such as sunlight, fire or similar. There is a
danger of explosion!
•	 Battery acid can leak from batteries. When not using the device for a longer period
of time, remove the batteries.
•	 Non-rechargeable batteries should not be recharged.
•	 Rechargeable batteries should only be recharged under adult supervision.
•	 Rechargeable batteries must be removed from the toy before recharging.
•	 Different battery types or new and used batteries must not be used together.
•	 Batteries must be installed according to correct polarity.
•	 Exhausted batteries must be removed from the toy.
•	 Batteries are not to be disposed of together with domestic wastes. Dispose of the
used batteries at the relevant collection bin or at your dealer’s.
•	 The power terminals should not be short-circuited.
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PHONES Headphone jack (7)
For headphone operation, use the provided headphones and connect them to the head-
phone socket.
Use the VOLUME buttons (10) to adjust the volume as desired.
Power off
Switch the device off during stop mode by pressing the STOP/POWER OFF button (12)
During playback, press the button twice to switch off the device.
When in stop mode, the device will automatically turn off after 30 seconds without
ESP function
The device features an anti-shock function. “ESP” appearing in the display indicates the
activated function. In case of problems, the device will be able to read the CD music files
from the fast memory without any problems. Sampling mistakes will be corrected later in
the fast memory.
•	 Press the ESP / DIR button (9) to cancel the function.
The ESP function can only be canceled during playback of an audio CD.
BBS function
Intended for enhanced bass playback.
•	 Press the BBS button (11) to activate the function. “BBS” appearing in the display
indicatesthe activated function.
•	 Press the button again to cancel the function.
DC-IN socket (13)
For connecting a power adapter (not included).
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Playing CDs/MP3
1.	 Open the CD compartment by sliding the OPEN button (6) in the direction of the ar-
2.	 Insert an audio CD with the printed side facing upwards on to the central cone so that
the CD clicks into place and then close the lid of the CD compartment.
3.	 Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (8) to switch on the device. The ESP memory will
load. “ESP” appearing in the display indicates the activated ESP function.
4.	 The CD will play from the first title.
5.	 In order to remove a CD, press the STOP/POWER OFF button (12). Open the CD
compartment and carefully lift the CD up.
Always keep the CD deck closed.
•	 If there is no CD, or if a CD has been inserted upside down, the display will show
“ “.
•	 Playback of CDs produced by the user cannot be guaranteed due to the large variety
of software and CD media available.
Description of the CD buttons
You can briefly interrupt and resume playback using this button. The elapsed playback
time will be flashing on the display. Pressing again continues playback.
SKIP+/ SKIP- (4/2)
With SKIP+ you can jump to the next or previous track etc.
•	 If the button is kept pressed down, the machine starts to search through the tracks.
The SKIP- button can be used as follows:
Press once            = 	 This jumps back to the beginning of the current track.
Press twice            = 	 This jumps back to the previous track.
Press three times = 	 This plays the song before etc. If the button is kept pressed down,
the machine starts to search through the tracks.
The playback stops.
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MODE (1)
During audio CD playback:
Press once             = 	 “ ” appears in the display. The current track will be played repeat-
Press twice            = 	 “ ALL” appears in the display. The complete CD will be played
Press three times = 	 “RAN” appears in the display. All music tracks will be played ran-
Press four times    = 	 “INTRO” appears in the display. Each music track will be played for
10 seconds.
Press five times     = 	 All functions will be canceled and normal playback will resume.
Only for playing CDs in MP3 format:
Press once             = 	 “ ” appears in the display. The current track will be played repeat-
Press twice            = 	 “ ALL” appears in the display. The complete CD will be played
Press three times = 	 “ ALBUM” appears in the display. The current folder of the MP3
CD will be played repeatedly.
Press four times = 	 “RAN” appears in the display. All music tracks will be played ran-
Press five times = 	 “INTRO” appears in the display. Each music track will be played for
10 seconds.
Press six times      = 	 All functions will be canceled and normal playback will resume.
ESP / DIR (9)
If a CD in MP3 format contains folders:
•	 Repeatedly press the button during playback in order to select the respective folders.
Programmed Play
This can be used to program any desired sequence of tracks.
1.	 Press the PROG button (5) during stop mode. “01 P-01” and the notification “PGM”
will appear in the display. Use the / buttons (4/2) to select the desired track and
then press the PROG button again. The display changes to memory slot P-02.
	 For CDs in MP3 format, there is an additional album selection available in the left top
corner of the display. First use the / buttons to select the album and then press the
PROG button again. Then select the desired track as described above.
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2.	 Select the next track with the / buttons and press the PROG button again. Repeat
the procedure until all the desired tracks are selected.
3.	 Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (8). The playback starts. The notification “PGM” will
appear additionally in the display.
4.	 Pressing the STOP/POWER OFF button will stop playback and delete the pro-
grammed sequence from the memory.
The device stops automatically after all programmed titles have been played. The pro-
grammed sequence is deleted from the memory.
Playing back Music in MP3 Format
With this device it is possible to play back pieces of music in MP3 format. The device also
supports all standard CD types: CD, CD-RW, CD-R.
This machine of is able to play MP3 CDs. Up to 200 tracks can be compressed and stored
on these CDs. Your machine detects an MP3 CD automatically (the total number of tracks
and MP3s appears in the display). If you would like to play one of these CDs, proceed as
described under “Playing CDs/MP3”. You may program tracks as described in the chapter
“Programmed Play”.
Please note:
There are a number of different recording and compression methods, as well as quality
differences between CDs and self-recorded CDs.
Furthermore, the music industry does not adhere to fixed standards (copy protection).
For these reasons it is possible that in rare cases there are problems with the playback of
CDs and MP3 CDs. This is not a malfunction of the device.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Never immerse the device in water.
•	 Any marks on the surface can be wiped off with a slightly damp cloth without any addi-
•	 Polish with a dry, soft cloth.
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Technical Data
Model:......................................................................................................................................CDP 4228
Battery operation:..............................................................................................2 x 1.5 V, Type AA/R6
Power adapter:............DC 4.5 V 600 mA, polarity , DC jack size 3.5*1.35*8 mm
Net weight:.................................................................................................................................0.197 kg
The right to make technical and design modifications in the course of continuous product
development remains reserved.
This device has been tested according to all relevant current CE guidelines, such as
electromagnetic compatibility and low voltage directives, and has been constructed in
accordance with the latest safety regulations.
Meaning of the “Dustbin” Symbol
Protect our environment: do not dispose of electrical equipment in the domestic waste.
Please return any electrical equipment that you will no longer use to the collection points
provided for their disposal.
This helps avoid the potential effects of incorrect disposal on the environment and human
This will contribute to the recycling and other forms of reutilisation of electrical and elec-
tronic equipment.
Information concerning where the equipment can be disposed of can be obtained from
your local authority.
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