AEG MC 4432 CD manual

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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: MC 4432 CD
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Hungarian, Ukrainian

Table of Contents

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General Safety Instructions
Read the operating instructions carefully before putting
the appliance into operation and keep the instructions in-
cluding 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 instructions.
•	 To avoid the risk of fire or an electric shock, you
should not expose the device to rain or moisture.
Consequently, do not use the device in the immediate
vicinity of water - for example near a bath tub, a
swimming pool or in a damp cellar.
•	 The appliance is designed exclusively for private use
and for the envisaged purpose. This appliance is not
fit for commercial use.
•	 Only connect the device at a properly installed plug
socket. Pay attention that the specified voltage cor-
responds to the voltage of the plug socket.
•	 When using external mains supply, pay attention to
the correct polarity and voltage. Always place the
batteries in the correct direction.
•	 Assemble the device in such a way that the available
ventilation openings are not covered.
•	 Never open the housing of the device. Incorrect repairs
can constitute a considerable risk for the user. Should
the device become damaged, in particular the mains
supply cable, do not operate the device any longer, but
rather have it repaired by an expert. Check the mains
supply cable regularly for damage.
•	 For safety reasons a broken or damaged mains lead
may only be replaced by an equivalent lead from the
manufacturer, our customer service department or a
similary qualified person.
•	 If the device is not used for a longer period, remove
the plug connector from the plug socket or take out
the batteries.
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 accompa-
nying 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 expo-
sed to dangerous laser light, which is invisible
to the human eye, when the CD compartment
is opened.
Under no circumstances should these safety switches be
bypassed or manipulated, as this could result in a danger
of exposure to the laser light.
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.
WARNING!
Caution! Do not allow small children to play with
the foil as 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 knowl-
edge 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.
Symbols in these Instructions for Use
Important information for your safety is specially
marked. It is essential to comply with these instructions
in order to avoid accidents and prevent damage to the
machine:
WARNING:
This warns you of dangers to your health and indicates
possible injury risks.
CAUTION:
This refers to possible hazards to the machine or other
objects.
 NOTE: This highlights tips and information.
Special safety information
This device works with
a class 1 laser.
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Overview of the Components
	 1	CD compartment
	 2	LCD display
	 3	TUNING control
	 4	 (open/close) CD compartment
	 5	IR Sensor for the remote control
	 6	VOLUME +/- (volume) buttons
	 7	AUX IN connection
	 8	II (Play/Pause) button
	 9	 (Stop) button
	 10	Band selection switch (FM ST. / FM / AM)
	 11	Cassette compartment
	 12	II Pause button - cassette
	 13	
  Stop/Eject button - cassette
	 14	 Forward button - cassette
	 15	 Reverse button - cassette
	 16	 Playback button - cassette
	 17	
FUNCTION Function selector switch
(TAPE/OFF / AUX IN / CD/MP3/USB / RADIO)
	 18	I button (forward search)
	 19	I button (reverse search)
	 20	USB connection
	 21	
MODE button (repeat/random / memory)
	 22	CD/MP3/USB button
	 23	BASS BOOST OFF/ON switch
	 24	POWER control lamp
		Reverse Side (not shown)
	 25	R/L Loudspeaker connections
	 26	AC Mains connection
	 27	FM ANT. throw-out aerial
		Remote Control
	 1	
FOLDER DOWN /UP  buttons
(down/up album)
	 2	 STOP button
	 3	
SKIP -/+ buttons
(reverse search/forward search)
	 4	PROG button
	 5	
MODE button (repeat/random)
	 6	II PLAY/PAUSE button)
Intended Use
This device is used for:
•	 The reception of radio programmes
•	 Playing back audio cassettes
•	 Playing back audio/MP3 CDs
•	 Sound playback from external audio sources.
It is intended exclusively for this purpose and may only
be used as such. It may only be used in the manner
described in these instructions for use. The device must
not be used for commercial purposes.
Any other use of this device is considered to be contrary
to the intended use and may result in damage to materi-
als or even personal injury.
The firm ETV – Elektro-Technische Vertriebsgesellschaft
mbH does not accept any liability for damage caused as
a result of the use of this device contrary to its intended
use.
Start-up of the device/Introduction
•	 Read the operating instructions thoroughly before the
start-up!
•	 Select an appropriate location for the device, e.g. a
dry, flat, non-slip surface on which the device can be
easily operated.
•	 Make sure that the device is adequately ventilated!
•	 Connect the loudspeakers to the back of the music
centre to the sockets market „Speaker R and L“ (25).
•	 Remove the protective film from the display if it is
still present.
Power Supply
•	 Insert the plug into a properly installed 230 V, 50 Hz
power socket.
•	 Please ensure that the mains voltage corresponds to
the information on the type plate.
Inserting the Batteries
 NOTE:
The lithium cell in the battery compartment of the re-
mote control has been secured for transport with a foil.
This prolongs the lifetime of the battery. Before initial
use please remove this foil so that the remote control is
ready for operation.
The battery of the remote control is a long-life lithium
cell. If the range of the remote control is reduced during
use, please proceed as follows:
•	 Open the battery compartment on the back of the
remote control.
•	 Replace the cell by a battery of the same type
(CR 2025). Ensure correct polarity.
•	 Then close the battery lid.
If the remote control is not used for a prolonged period,
remove the batteries in order to prevent battery acid
leaking.
CAUTION:
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.
WARNING:
•	 Do not expose the batteries to high temperatures
or direct sunlight. Never throw batteries into the
fire. There is a danger of explosion!
•	 Keep batteries away from children. They are not a
toy!
•	 Do not open the batteries by force.
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WARNING:
•	 Avoid contact with metallic objects. (Rings, nails,
screws et cetera.) There is a danger of short-circui-
ting!
•	 As a result of a short-circuit batteries may heat up
considerably or even catch fire. This may result in
burns.
•	 For your own safety the battery poles should be
covered with adhesive strips during transport.
•	 If a battery leaks do not rub the liquid into your
eyes or mucous membranes. If hands come into
contact with the liquid they should be washed
thoroughly and eyes rinsed out with clear water;
if symptoms persist please consult a doctor.
CD deck transport protection
•	 Please open the CD compartment (1) by pressing the
 (open) button (4).
•	 Remove the transport protection from the CD player
if present before use.
General Operation
 NOTE:
Some keys are to be found both on the device itself
and on the remote control. Keys with the same desi-
gnation have the same function.
Volume
You can set the desired volume using the VOLUME+/-
buttons (6).
BASS BOOST OFF/ON (23)
To increase or decrease the bass output.
ON = on, OFF = off.
Switch-off
The machine is switched off when the function selector
switch (17) is turned to the TAPE/OFF position. Unplug
the device.
AUX IN socket
To connect analogue replay devices. Via this socket you
can also hear the sound of other playback devices such
as MP3 players, CD players etc. through the loudspeakers.
1.	 Please connect the external device with a 3.5 mm
stereo jack plug to the AUX IN socket (7).
2.	 Turn the function selection switch (17) to AUX IN.
3.	 For the remaining procedure please see the operating
instructions of the external sound source.
4.	 Through the loudspeakers you now hear the sound
from the external device; with the VOLUME+/- but-
tons (6) you can change the volume. The CD buttons
do not have any function.
 NOTE:
Adjust the volume of the external device to a comfor-
table level.
USB Connexion (20)
This device has been developed in accordance with
the latest technical developments in the USB field.
Unfortunately the large number of different types of
USB storage media on offer today makes it impossible to
guarantee full compatibility with all USB storage media.
For this reason there may be problems in rare cases
with playing back from USB storage media. This is not a
malfunction of the device.
1.	 Turn the function selector switch (17) to the CD/
MP3/USB.
2.	 Insert a USB storage medium directly into the cor-
responding connection.
3.	 Press the CD/MP3/USB button (22) in order to select
USB mode. USB appears in the display.
4.	 After a few seconds the total number of folders ap-
pears. Then the total number of tracks is displayed.
5. 	 Press the II PLAY/PAUSE button (8/6) in order to
start playback. The display then alternates between
the current song or folder, the letters  MP3 and
USB.
For operating instructions please see the section “Playing
CDs/MP3s”.
 NOTE:
If there is no CD in the CD compartment at the same
time, the USB connection is automatically selected.
CAUTION:
Before you remove the USB storage medium turn the
function selector switch (17) to the RADIO position.
Listening to the Radio
1.	 Turn the function selector switch (17) to the RADIO
position.
2.	 Use the band selector switch (10) to select the desired
frequency band.
	 VHF (Stereo) = FM ST., VHF = FM,
Medium wave = AM (Mono)
3.	 Tune in the desired station with the station adjust-
ment knob TUNING (3).
4.	 The FM.ST control lamp (in the display) only
lights up when you have selected FM stereo and the
station is being received in stereo quality. If reception
is too weak and there is noise on the station being
received, this lamp will flicker.
5.	 Try to improve reception by turning and bending or
twisting and altering the length of the antenna (27).
Where reception is bad we recommend switching
to FM.
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6.	 An aerial is integrated into the device for the recep-
tion of AM stations. The machine can be aligned
to the station by turning it. In this frequency band
programs are transmitted in „mono“ only.
Cassette Operation
Playing Cassettes
1.	 Turn the function selector switch (17) to the TAPE/
OFF position.
2.	 Press the   stop/eject button (13) to open the
cassette compartment (11).
3.	 Push a recorded audio cassette, with the tape down-
wards and the listening side facing forwards, into the
compartment (full reel to the left). Then close the
cassette compartment again.
4.	 Press the  playback key (16) to listen to the tape.
5.	 With the   stop/eject key you can stop playback.
6.	 Wind the tape forwards or backwards if necessary in
the direction of the arrow keys
	  = forwards (14),  = reverse (15).
7.	 Always press the   stop/eject key when changing
the direction or stopping the tape. This prevents
damage to the machine and the tape.
8.	 If the   stop/eject button is pressed again the flap
of the cassette compartment opens.
9.	 In order to interrupt playback briefly, press the II
pause button (12). Pressing again continues playback.
Playing CDs/MP3
This is how you play a CD
1.	 Turn the function selector switch (17) to the „CD/
MP3/USB“ position.
2.	 In order to open the CD compartment (1), press the
DOOR OPEN button (4).
3.	 Insert an audio CD with the printed side facing up­
wards on to the central cone so that the CD clicks into
place and then close the lid of the CD compartment.
4.	 After a few seconds the total number of songs/tracks
is shown in the display.
 NOTE:
In the case of CDs in MP3 format the number of
folders is briefly displayed at first.
5.	 Press the II PLAY/PAUSE button (8/6) in order to
play the CD. The CD will play from the first title. The
track currently being played,  DISC or  MP3 are
shown in the display.
6.	 In order to remove a CD, please press the  STOP
button (9/2), open the CD compartment and lift the
CD out carefully.
Always keep the CD deck closed.
 NOTE:
•	 With CDs in MP3 format the current track and
folder are shown alternately in the display.
•	 If a disc is incorrectly inserted - or no disc has been
inserted - the symbol „- - -“ and the word „NOd“
(no disc) appear in the display.
•	 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
II PLAY/PAUSE (8/6)
You can briefly interrupt and resume playback using this
button. The current track flashes in the display together
with the  symbol. Pressing again continues playback.
I/I (SKIP +/SKIP -) (18/19/3)
With an audio CD or a CD in MP3 format playing:
With I/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 sound is
muted).
•	 If the button is kept pressed down in stop mode the
machine quickly plays through the songs until the
desired track is reached. When the II PLAY/PAUSE
button is pressed the track begins to play back.
The I/SKIP - button can be used as follows:
Press once = 	 This jumps back to the previous
track.
Press twice = 	
This plays the song before etc. If the
button is kept pressed down, the
machine starts to search through
the tracks (the sound is muted). If
the button is kept pressed down in
stop mode the machine quickly plays
through the songs until the desired
track is reached. When the II PLAY/
PAUSE button is pressed the track
begins to play back.
 STOP (9/2)
The CD stops.
MODE (21/5)
Only for the button on the device:
In stop mode for programming any order of tracks (see
the section on "Programmed Play").
With an audio CD or a CD in MP3 format playing:
Press once =	 (the REP. emits a fixed light) the cur-
rent track is repeated continuously.
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Press twice =	 (the REP. ALL emits a fixed light) the
whole CD is played continuously.
Press three times =	 the display contains the word RAN-
DOM and the track number that is to
be played first. All tracks are played
back in random order.
Press four times =	 all functions are cancelled. The
normal play mode is resumed.
Only for CDs in MP3 format
Press once =	 the current track is repeated
continuously (REP. appears in the
display).
Press twice =	 the whole CD is played continuously
(REP. ALL appears in the display).
Press three times =	 the selected folder of the MP3 CD
is repeated continuously REP. ALBUM
appears in the display). With the
FOLDER UP /DOWN  buttons
(1 on the remote control) you can
select the individual folders.
Press four times =	 the display contains the word RAN-
DOM, MP3 and the track number
that is to be played first. All tracks
are played back in random order.
Press five times =	 the function is deactivated and the
CD is played in the normal mode.
FOLDER UP /DOWN  (1 on the remote control)
Press these buttons during playback in order to move
one folder upwards or downwards. The display, e.g.
F 01, appears briefly. Then the CD begins to play back
automatically. If this button is pressed in stop mode the
display also appears briefly. Then start playback with the
II PLAY/PAUSE button (8/6).
CD/MP3/USB (22)
Selects the USB connection or the CD compartment.
Programmed Play
This can be used to program any desired sequence of tracks.
1.	 Press the  STOP key (9/2).
2.	 Press the MODE (PROG) key (21/4). The word PROG
flashes in the display and „P01“ (memory preset)
appears. Use the I / I (SKIP+/SKIP-) buttons
(18/19/3) to select the desired track and then press
the MODE (PROG) button again. The display changes
to memory slot P02.
 NOTE:
In the case of CDs in MP3 format, press the FOLDER
UP /DOWN  button (1 on the remote control),
in order to change the folder.
3.	 Select the next track with the I / I (SKIP+/
SKIP-) key and press the MODE (PROG) key again.
Repeat the procedure until all the desired tracks are
selected.
 NOTE:
As soon as the storage capacity of the tracks to be
programmed has been reached, the letters "FUL"
appear in the display.
4.	 Press the II PLAY/PAUSE key (8/6). The playback
starts. The selected track numbers are shown in the
display in the correct order and the symbol  DISC or
 MP3 and PROG light up. Press this button to pause
briefly the playback.
5.	 Press once the  STOP key to stop the playback while
retaining the program.
6.	 To play the programme back again, press the II
PLAY/PAUSE button.
7.	 To delete the program, press the  STOP key twice.
The PROG control lamp goes out.
The device stops automatically once the entire sequence
of programmed tracks is completed. The abbreviation
PROG goes off and the programmed order of tracks is
deleted from the memory.
It is also possible to combine the programmed tracks
with the REPEAT function. After you have programmed
and started the device, please press the MODE button
(21/5) up to three times and then you can use the func-
tions as described under MODE“.
Playing back Music in MP3 Format
With this device it is possible to play back pieces of mu-
sic 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“. Tracks can be programmed as
described under „Playing Back Programmed Tracks“.
Please note:
There are a number of different recording and compres-
sion 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.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
•	 Always remove the mains plug before cleaning the
machine.
•	 Any marks on the surface can be wiped off with a
slightly damp cloth without any additives.
Troubleshooting
Symptoms Course Solution
CD can not be
played back.
CD is not inserted
or inserted incor-
rectly.
Ensure that the
disc is inserted
with the label
facing upwards.
CD jumps during
playback.
Check the disc
for fingerprints,
dirt or scratches.
Check the disc
for fingerprints,
dirt or scratches.
Technical Data
Model: ..........................................................................MC 4432 CD
Power supply:.
.............................................................230 V, 50 Hz
Protection class:...............................................................................ΙΙ
Net weight:.............................................................................3,45 kg
Radio section:
	 Frequency ranges:.................VHF / FM 87,5 ~ 108,0 MHz
		 ...................MW / AM 531 ~ 1635 kHz
This device has been tested according to all relevant cur-
rent CE guidelines, such as electromagnetic compatibility
and low voltage directives, and has been constructed in
accordance with the latest safety regulations.
Subject to technical changes without prior notice!
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 dis-
posal on the environment and human health.
This will contribute to the recycling and other forms of
reutilisation of electrical and electronic equipment.
Information concerning where the equipment can be
disposed of can be obtained from your local authority.
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