AEG SR 4339 manual

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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: SR 4339
  • Filetype: PDF
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Table of Contents

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Instruction Manual
Thank you for choosing our product. We hope you enjoy
using the device.
General Safety Instructions
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 in-
ternal 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 corre-
sponds 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 manu-
facturer, 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 bat-
teries.
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 accompany-
ing 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 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.
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 pos-
sible injury risks.
CAUTION:
This refers to possible hazards to the machine or other
objects.
NOTE:
This highlights tips and information.
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 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
This device works with a class 1 laser.
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Overview of the Components
1	 Telescopic antenna
2	 Handle
3	 CD compartment
4	 TUNING control
5	 Radio scale
6	 Band selection switch (FM.ST / FM / AM)
7	 Loudspeaker
8	 OPEN/CLOSE (open/close) CD compartment
9	 FM ST. control lamp
10	 SKIP+ button (forward search)
11	 STOP button
12	 ALBUM button (album upwards)
13	 USB port
14	 PLAY/PAUSE/USB button (Play/Pause)
15	 INFO button
16	 MODE button (Repeat/random playback/memory)
17	 SKIP- button (reverse search)
18	 POWER control lamp
19	 LCD display
20	 Function selector switch (OFF / RADIO / CD/MP3/USB)
21	 VOLUME MAX/MIN (volume control)
22	 AC Mains connection
23	 Battery compartment
Intended Use
This device is used for:
•	 The reception of radio programmes
•	 Playing back audio/MP3 CDs/files.
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 instruc-
tions 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 materials 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
•	 Please read the operating instructions carefully before
using the device for the first time!
•	 Select a suitable location for the device, such as a dry,
flat, non-slip surface on which it is easy to operate the
machine.
•	 Ensure that the device is sufficiently ventilated!
•	 Remove the protective film from the display if it is still
present.
Power Supply
•	 Connect the power cable supplied (see battery compart-
ment if necessary (23)) to a properly installed 230 V /
50 Hz safety power socket and the mains connector
AC (22) on the back of the machine.
•	 Ensure that the voltage is the same as that indicated on
the model identification plate.
Inserting the Batteries (not supplied)
•	 Open the lid of the battery compartment (23) on the bot-
tom.
•	 Insert 6 batteries of type UM2/R14 1,5 V. Please ensure
that the polarity is correct (see the floor of the battery
compartment)!
•	 If the device is not used for a long period of time, remove
the batteries to avoid the spilling of battery acid.
•	 Then close the battery lid.
NOTE:
When a mains cable is connected the batteries are auto-
matically switched off.
CAUTION:
•	 Different battery types or new and used batteries must
not be used together.
•	 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!
Transport Safety Device, CD Compartment
•	 Use the OPEN/CLOSE button (8) to open the CD com-
partment (3).
•	 Before operating the machine for the first time, re-move
the transport safety device from the CD player if it is still
in place.
Volume
The desired volume can be sent using the VOLUME / regula-
tor (21).
Switch-off
The machine is switched off when the function selector switch
(20) is turned to the OFF position.The POWER (18) control
lamp goes off. Unplug the device.
USB port (13)
This device has been developed in line with the latest techni-
cal advances in the USB field. The wide range of different
USB storage devices of all types which are currently on the
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market, unfortunately do not allow us to guarantee full com-
patibility with all USB storage devices. For this reason, in rare
cases there may be problems in playing back files from USB
storage devices. This is not a malfunction of the device.
1.	 Set the function selector (20) to CD/MP3/USB.
2.	 Connect a USB storage device. USB appears on the dis-
play. After a few seconds, the total number of folders and
titles appears briefly. Playback then begins. The elapsed
playing time is shown on the display and the current track
and folder are displayed alternately.
For operation, please refer to the section “Playing CDs/
MP3“.
NOTE:
If there is a CD in the CD compartment at the same time,
keep the PLAY/PAUSE/USB button (14) pressed to select
the USB mode.
CAUTION:
Before removing the USB storage device, switch the func-
tion selector (20) to RADIO.
Listening to the Radio
1.	 Turn the function selector switch (20) to the RADIO posi-
tion.
2.	 Use the band selector switch (6) 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 (4).
4.	 The FM ST control lamp (9) 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. Where
reception is bad we recommend switching to FM.
5.	 For VHF/FM mode pull out the telescopic antenna (1)
and turn it to improve reception.
6.	 An aerial is integrated into the device for the reception of
AM stations. The machine can be aligned to the station
by turning it. In this frequency band programs are trans-
mitted in “mono“ only.
Playing CDs/MP3
This is how you play a CD
1.	 Turn the function selector switch (20) to the “CD/MP3/
USB“position.
2.	 Use the OPEN/CLOSE button (8) to open the CD com-
partment (3).
3.	 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.
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. MP3 also appears on the
display.
5.	 The CD will play from the first title. The current track
and the playing time that has elapsed are shown in the
display.
NOTE:
With CDs in MP3 format the current track and folder
are shown alternately in the display.
6.	 In order to remove a CD, please press the STOP key (11),
open the CD compartment and lift the CD out carefully.
Always keep the CD deck closed.
NOTE:
•	 In the case of CDs in MP3 format that contain folders,
when the device changes to a different folder 001 ap-
pears for the first track of the new folder.
•	 If a disc is incorrectly inserted - or no disc has been
inserted - the symbol “CD READ“ and the word “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
PLAY/PAUSE (14)
Press briefly:
You can briefly interrupt and resume playback using this but-
ton. The playing time that has elapsed flashes in the display.
Pressing again continues playback.
Keep pressed:
Select the USB port.
SKIP+/SKIP- (10/17)
When an audio CD, or a CD in MP3 format or file is playing:
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 starts the current track again from
the beginning.
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.
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NOTE:
In the case of CDs in MP3 format that contain folders, when
the device changes to a different folder 001 appears for the
first track of the new folder.
STOP (11)
The CD stops.
MODE (16)
In stop mode for programming any order of tracks (see the
section on “Programmed Play”).
When an audio CD, or a CD in MP3 format or file is playing.
Press once = 	 (the emits a fixed light) the current
track is repeated continuously.
Press twice =	 (the ALL emits a fixed light) the
whole CD is played continuously.
Press three times =	 the display contains the word RAND
and the track number that is to be
played first. All tracks are played back in
random order.
Press four times =	 (INTRO appears in the display) Each
track on the CD is played for 10 sec-
onds.
Press five times =	 all functions are cancelled. The normal
play mode is resumed.
Only for CDs in MP3 format or files which are playing:
Press once =	 the current track is repeated continu-
ously ( appears in the display).
Press twice =	 the selected folder of the MP3 CD is
repeated continuously ( FOLDER
appears in the display). Use the ALBUM
button (12) to select individual folders.
Press three times =	 the whole CD is played continuously
( ALL appears in the display).
Press four times =	 the display contains the word RAND,
MP3 and the track number that is to be
played first. All tracks are played back in
random order.
Press five times =	 (INTRO appears in the display) Each
track on the CD is played for 10 sec-
onds.
Press six times =	 the function is deactivated and the CD
is played in the normal mode.
INFO (15)
If ID-3 Tag information has been stored this appears in the
display in the form of an LED ticker display. Press the button
once more in order to switch the function off again.
ALBUM (12)
Press this button during playback to change to a higher
folder. The display, e.g. FOLDER F02, flashes briefly. Then the
CD begins to play back automatically. If the button is pressed
in stop mode the display also flashes. Then start playback
with thePLAY/PAUSE/USB button.
Programmed Play
This can be used to program any desired sequence of tracks.
1.	 Press the STOP key (11).
2.	 Press the MODE key (16). The number “P01“ (storage
location) and the symbol MEMORY flash in the display.
Use the SKIP+/SKIP- buttons (10/17) to select the desired
track and then press the MODE button again. The display
changes to memory slot P02.
NOTE:
•	 In the case of CDs in MP3 format, press the ALBUM
button (12) in order to change the folder.
•	 In the case of CDs in MP3 format that contain fold-
ers, when the device changes to a different folder
001 appears for the first track of the new folder.
3.	 Select the next track with the SKIP+/SKIP- key and press
the MODE key again. Repeat the procedure until all the
desired tracks are selected.
NOTE:
Once the storage capacity of the tracks to be pro-
grammed has been reached, “FULL“ flashes in the
display.
4.	 Press the PLAY/PAUSE/USB key (14). The playback starts.
The first track number selected is shown in the display
together with the playing time that has elapsed and the
word MEMORY.
5.	 Press once the STOP key to stop the playback while
retaining the program.
6.	 To play the programme back again, press the PLAY/
PAUSE/USB button.
7.	 To delete the program, press the STOP key twice. The
MEMORY control lamp goes out.
The device stops automatically once the entire sequence of
programmed tracks is completed. The abbreviation MEMO-
RY 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 (16) up to three
times and then you can use the functions as described under
MODE“.
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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“. Tracks can be programmed as described under
“Playing Back Programmed Tracks“.
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
•	 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.
Batteries too weak. Insert new batteries
or operate the device
with the mains lead.
CD jumps dur-
ing playback.
Check the disc for
fingerprints, dirt or
scratches.
Check the disc for
fingerprints, dirt or
scratches.
Device cannot
be operated.
Device crashes and
“hangs“.
Disconnect the power
supply for 5 sec. Then
switch the device on
again.
Technical Data
Model:..........................................................SR 4339 CD/MP3/USB
Power supply:......................................................220-240 V~, 50 Hz
Battery operation:...................................6 x 1.5 V, Type UM2/R 14
Power consumption:.................................................................12 W
Protection class:.................................................................................II
Net weight:..............................................................................1.34 kg
Radio section:
Frequency ranges:..........................VHF/FM 88 ~ 108.0 MHz
.........................MW/AM 540 ~ 1600 KHz
Subject to technical changes without prior notice!
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.
Disposal
Meaning of the “Dustbin” Symbol
Protect our environment: do not dispose of electrical equip-
ment 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 health.
This will contribute to the recycling and other forms of reutili-
sation of electrical and electronic equipment.
Information concerning where the equipment can be dis-
posed of can be obtained from your local authority.

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