AEG SRP 4343 manual

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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: SRP 4343
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Ukrainian

Table of Contents

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Bedienungsanleitung/Garantie 04
Gebruiksaanwijzing 12
Mode d’emploi 19
Instrucciones de servicio 26
Istruzioni per l’uso 33
Instruction Manual 40
Instrukcja obsługi/Gwarancja 47
Használati utasítás 55
Інструкція з експлуатації 62
Руководство по эксплуатации 70
D Soundmachine für iPod/iPhone
NL Geluidsmachine voor iPod/iPhone
F Lecteur de musique pour iPod/iPhone
E Máquina de sonido para ipod / iphone
I Lettore audio per iPod/ iPhone
GB Sound machine for iPod/iPhone
PL Urządzenie typu sound machine dla iPod/iPhone
H Zeneállomás iPod/iPhone készülékhez
UA музичний центрдля iPod/iPhone
RUS Звуковой комплекс для iPod/iPhone
iPhone und iPod sind Schutzmarken der Apple Inc., registriert in den USA und anderen Ländern.
iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the USA and other countries.
SOUNDMACHINE
FÜR iPOD/iPHONE
SRP 4343 iP
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User manual
Thank you for choosing our product. We hope you will enjoy
using the appliance.
Symbols in this user manual
Important notes for your safety are marked distinctively. Pay
absolute attention to them to avoid accidents and damage
to the device:
WARNING:
Warns of dangers for your health and indicates potential
risks of injury.
CAUTION:
Indicates potential dangers for the device or other objects.
NOTE:
Highlights tips and information for you.
General Safety Guidelines
Before using this device, carefully read this user manual and
keep it together with the Warranty Certificate, cashier receipt
and if possible, the original package inclusive its interior pack-
ing. If you hand on the device to any third person, include the
user manual as well.
•	 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
cellars).
•	 The unit is designed solely for private use and its in-
tended purpose. This unit is not designed for commercial
use.
•	 Make sure that the power cable is not bent, pinched, or
comes into contact with heat sources.
•	 Make sure that the power cable is not a tripping hazard.
•	 The AC adapter is only suitable for use in dry rooms.
•	 Connect the AC adapter only to a properly installed
outlet. Be sure the device voltage corresponds to the
grid voltage. Also check that the output current and the
polarity of the power supply match the information on
the connected device.
•	 Do not touch the AC adapter with wet hands!
•	 Always install batteries in the correct direction.
•	 Avoid covering the device’s vent openings.
•	 Never open the device’s case. Improper repairs can cause
severe danger to the user. If the device or particularly the
power cord is damaged, don’t use the device any further
and have it repaired by a qualified specialist. Check the
power cord regularly for damages.
•	 To avoid any danger, a damaged power cord must be
replaced only by the producer, its customer service or a
similarly qualified person with an equal cord.
•	 If the device won’t be used over an extended period of
time, disconnect the power cord and remove the batter-
ies.
These symbols may be found on the device and are intended
as warnings:
The lightning flash is intended to alert the user
to the presence of dangerous voltage within the
device.
The exclamation mark is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance instruction accompanying this
device.
Products with this symbol operate with a “Class
1 Laser” for scanning the CD. The built-in safety
switches are intended to prevent the user from
being exposed to the dangerous laser beam not
visible to the eye when opening the CD compart-
ment.
These safety switches must not be bypassed or altered;
otherwise there is a risk of being exposed to the laser beam.
Children and disabled persons
•	 For the safety of your children, keep any packing parts
(plastic bags, cartilage, Styrofoam etc.) out of their reach.
WARNING!
Don’t let small children play with foils for danger of
suffocation!
•	 This device is not intended for use by persons (includ-
ing children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and/or knowledge
unless they have been given supervision or instructions
concerning the use of the device by a person responsible
for their safety.
•	 Supervise children to ensure they do not play with the
device.
Special safety guidelines
This device operates with a Class 1
laser.
WARNING:
This appliance shall not be exposed to dripping or splash-
ing water and that no object filled with liquids such as vases
shall be placed on apparatus.
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CAUTION:
Do not touch the speaker membranes (A) with your hands
or with objects. This may damage the membranes.
Overview of the components
1	 CD compartment
2	 CD tray lock (OPEN/LOCK)
3	 VOLUME control (volume)
4	 Docking port
5	 MUTE button
6	 button (Stop)
7	 button (play/pause)
8	 / buttons (search forward/backwards)
9	 PROG button (Memory)
10	 AUX IN jack
11	 IR sensor for the remote control
12	 MODE function switch
13	 EQ button (Equalizer)
14	 button (standby/power)
15	 LCD display
16	 BASS control (Bass)
17	 Nylon handle mounting
18	 Telescopic antenna
A	 Speaker
Rear view (not shown)
POWER ON/OFF switch
DC IN 12 V Power supply connection
Battery compartment
Remote control
1	 STANDBY button
2	 EQ button
3	 PROG button
4	 APPLE CONTROL buttons
	 / Menu navigation
	 OK (Confirm)
	 MENU (select previous menu)
5	 PLAY/PAUSE (play/pause) button
6	 / SKIP/TUNING UP button (search forward)
	 / SKIP/TUNING DOWN button (search backwards)
7	 STOP / FM MONO/ST button
8	 VOLUME +/- buttons
9	 RANDOM/ID3 button (random playback)
10	 REPEAT/INTRO button
11	 PRESET/FOLDER DN/UP buttons (radio station memory
/ Album selection)
12	 MUTE button
13	 MODE function switch
Installation/Introduction
•	 Read the manual thoroughly before operating the de-
vice!
•	 Select a suitable location for the device. Suitable loca-
tions are dry, even and anti-slip surfaces on which you
may operate the device easily.
•	 Make sure there is proper ventilation for the device!
•	 Remove, if necessary, the protection sheet from the
display.
WARNING:
Turning up the volume too high may damage your hearing.
Power supply
•	 Insert the grid plug into a properly installed three prong
socket with 230 V, 50 Hz. Connect the device with the
plug connector by inserting its plug into the DC IN 12 V
jack of the device.
•	 Make sure the grid voltage corresponds to the figures on
the rating plate.
CAUTION:
•	 The included AC adapter may only be used with this
device. Do not use it for other devices.
•	 Use only an AC adapter with 12 V ( ). A different
AC adapter may damage the unit.
•	 The mains plug shall remain readily operable.
•	 The direct plug-in adapter is used as the disconnect
device, the disconnect device shall remain readily
operable.
NOTE:
•	 Disconnect from mains power supply during longer
periods of non-use.
•	 The preset time and station is lost as soon as the power
supply has been interrupted.
Battery Operation (Batteries not supplied)
•	 Open the lid of the battery compartment on the rear
side.
•	 Insert the 10 batteries type UM1/R20 1.5 V. Observe the
correct polarity (see bottom of battery compartment)!
•	 Close the battery compartment.
Should the device not be used for a long periods, remove
the batteries, to prevent any “leakage”.
NOTE:
•	 If a mains cable is connected, the batteries are auto-
matically switched off.
•	 The preset time station is lost as soon as you remove
the batteries.
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CAUTION:
•	 Different battery types or new and used batteries must
not be used together.
•	 Do not dispose of batteries with your household trash.
Please hand over at authorized collection points or
return to your dealer.
WARNING:
The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such
as sunshine, fire or the like. Danger of explosion!
Insert/Replace Battery in Remote Control
of foil. This extends the life of the battery. Please
remove this foil before the first use to make the remote
control ready for operation.
•	 Open the battery compartment on the underside of the
remote.
•	 Replace the cell by a battery of the same type (CR 2032).
Check that the polarity is correct (see battery compart-
ment).
•	 Close the battery compartment.
If the remote is not in use for a lengthy period of time, please
remove the battery to prevent the battery acid from “leaking”.
WARNING:
•	 The battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like. Danger of explosion!
•	 Keep batteries out of the reach of children. They are
not toys.
•	 Do not force batteries open.
•	 Avoid contact with metallic objects. Rings, nails, screws
etc.) Danger of short circuits!
•	 Short circuits may overheat or even ignite batteries.
This may lead to combustion.
•	 When transporting the batteries, cover the terminals for
your safety with an adhesive strip.
•	 If a battery leaks, do not rub the fluid into the eyes or
the skin. If acid comes into contact with the eyes, rinse
with purified water and seek medical advice if symp-
toms persist.
CAUTION:
Batteries must not be disposed of in the garbage. Please
bring used batteries to competent collection centers or
back to the dealer.
Transport securing device of CD compartment
•	 Open the CD tray (1) by rotating the lock (2) to the left in
the OPEN direction.
•	 Remove, if present, the transport securing device from
the CD player before starting operation.
•	 Close the CD compartment again. Rotate the lock (2) to
the right in the LOCK direction.
Turning the device on/ off
•	 Turn the device on by setting the POWER ON/OFF
switch to the “ON” position on the rear side of the
device.
•	 To turn off the device, set the POWER ON/OFF switch
to the “OFF” position. Then, disconnect the device from
the mains.
Setting the clock (during standby mode)
1.	 Briefly hold down the PROG button (9/3). The display will
show “24 HOUR”.
2.	 Use the / button (8/6) to select between 24-hour and
12-hour display setting. Confirm with PROG.
NOTE: The 12-hour setting will result in the following
display
AM = morning, PM = afternoon.
3.	 Use / buttons to set the hours. Confirm with PROG.
4.	 Use / buttons to set the minutes.
5.	 Press PROG again in order to save the time settings.
iPod/iPhone Compatibility
“Made for”
iPod touch (4th generation) 	 iPhone 4GS
iPod nano (6th generation)	 iPhone 4
			 iPhone 3GS
			 iPhone 3
Due to the large variety of iPod and iPhone models and gen-
erations on the market, full compatibility cannot be guaran-
teed. Before connecting your iPod/iPhone, ensure that it has
a compatible interface.
Full compatibility of the remote functions also cannot be
guaranteed. Operate your iPod/iPhone as normal, while it sits
in the docking station.
NOTE:
Some buttons you will find on both the device and the
remote control. Buttons with the same name result in
the same functions.
NOTE:
The lithium cell in the battery compartment of the remote
control may have been safeguarded for transport with a
piece
NOTE:
Depending on the software version of your iPhone the fol-
lowing error message may be displayed:
“This accessory was not developed for iPhone use. It is
possible that noise occurs and signal strength is reduced.”
In this case press “OK”.
General operation
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STANDBY (14/1)
Press STANDBY button to switch the device into standby
mode. Press this button again to turn on the device.
Volume (3/8)
Adjust to your preferred volume level. The display will show
“VOL” and a number. This will equal to the set volume of
“VOL MAX” or “VOL MIN”.
BASS control (16)
You can use this control to adjust the bass individually. The
display will show “BASS” and a number.
Infrared remote control
Wireless operation from a distance of up to 5 meters. If this
range gets less, please change the battery. Make sure there
are no obstacles between the remote control and the sensor
(11) on the device during operation.
AUX IN jack (10)
Connect analogue playback devices. When connecting to
this jack you may also listen to the audio of other devices,
such as MP3 or CD players etc., via the speakers.
1.	 Please connect the external device via 3.5 mm plug jack
to the AUX IN jack.
2.	 Now use MODE button (12/13) to select AUX mode.
3.	 You will hear the sound playback through the speakers.
You can adjust the volume with the VOLUME control (3)
or the VOLUME +/- buttons (8 on the remote). The CD
buttons are not active.
4.	 For further functions please refer to the user manual of
the external audio device.
NOTE:
Set the volume of the external device to a proper audible
level.
Listening to the radio
Searching for channels
1.	 Repeatedly press MODE button (12/13) until the display
shows “TUNER”.
2.	 Use the / buttons (8/6) to tune in the desired station.
3.	 The FM.ST control lamp ((ST)) (in the display) will light up
when the selected station is received with stereo quality.
If reception is too poor and the station experiences static,
the control lamp will flicker. Try to improve the reception
by changing the position of the telescopic antenna. For
FM stations you may use STOP / FM MONO/ST button
(7 on the remote) to switch between MONO and STE-
REO reception. In case of poor reception we recommend
switching to MONO mode.
Saving/Selecting Stations
4.	 When you have found the desired station, press the
PROG button (9/3). MEMORY will light up in the display
and the memory position will flash.
5.	 For choosing the memory position, please press PRESET/
FOLDER UP/DN button (11 on the remote).
6.	 Press PROG to save the settings.
To select a stored station, please press PRESET/FOLDER UP
or PRESET/FOLDER DN button.
Music Playback from iPod/iPhone
(iPod/iPhone not supplied)
1.	 Press the MODE button (12/13) repeatedly, until “NO
IPOD” appears in the display.
2.	 Insert your iPod/iPhone into the dock.
CAUTION:
Make sure that your iPod/iPhone is plugged upright
into the port. Do not bend or tilt the iPod/iPhone whilst
it is plugged into the port. This may cause damage to
the dock or the iPod/iPhone.
3.	 Depending on the iPod/iPhone Model, firstly release the
button lock and start playing music if necessary with the
PLAY/PAUSE button (7/5).
4.	 Follow your iPod/iPhone manual for further use of the
controls.
CAUTION:
Stop playback before connecting the iPod/iPhone, other-
wise the iPod/iPhone could become damaged.
NOTE:
•	 If necessary, you can change the audio settings of your
iPod/iPhone in order to achieve optimum sound.
•	 If you have an incoming call when playing back music
with the iPhone docked, then playback stops and you
can hear the ring tone. Take the iPhone out of the
device in order to accept the call.
iPod/iPhone Charging
Your iPod/iPhone battery is charged as soon as the iPod/
iPhone is docked. To do this, the unit must be connected to
the mains.
NOTE:
•	 Not all iPod/iPhone generations support the charge
mode.
•	 The duration of the charging process depends on the
iPod/iPhone which is used and its operating condition.
•	 We do not recommend charging during battery opera-
tion, since doing so will run down the batteries quicker.
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Playing CDs/MP3
This is how to play a CD
1.	 Repeatedly press MODE button (12/13) until the display
shows “CD”.
2.	 Open the CD tray (1) by rotating the lock (2) to the left in
the OPEN direction.
3.	 Insert the audio CD onto the conical spindle with the
label facing upwards, so that it snaps into place me-
chanically. Then close the CD compartment cover again.
Rotate the lock (2) to the right in the LOCK direction.
4.	 AUDIO CD:
“READING” briefly appears on the display, then “Cd”,
the number of titles and total playback time. The play-
back starts from the first title on the CD. The current
song, the elapsed playback time and the “Cd” symbol
are displayed.
	 CD in MP3 format:
	 “READING” briefly appears on the display. The number
of folders (F) and the titles will then appear briefly. The
playback starts from the first track and from the first folder.
The current folder (e.g. 01), the current song (e.g. 005),
and the elapsed playing time will be shown in the display.
Use the PRESET/FOLDER UP or PRESET/FOLDER DN
buttons (11 on the remote) to select the individual folders.
5.	 To remove a CD press the STOP button (6/7), open the
CD compartment and carefully take out the CD.
Always keep the CD door closed.
NOTE:
•	 When playing CD in MP3 format containing folders, the
display will show 001 for the first track of the new folder
when switching to another folder.
•	 Ifadiscisnotproperlyornotatallinserted,“READING”
will light up and the display will show “NO DISC”.
•	 Playback of CDs created by the user cannot be guar-
anteed due to the variety of available software and CD
media equipments.
Description of the Operating Buttons
PLAY/PAUSE (7/5)
You may temporarily stop playback and start again. The
elapsed playing time will flash on the display. Pressing the
button again will continue playback from the same position.
/ SKIP/TUNING UP/DOWN (8/6)
During playback of an audio CD, of a CD in MP3 format, or in
the IPOD mode:
With the button you may skip to the next or next but one
track, etc. Press and hold this button to quickly search music
(sound will be muted).
You may operate the button as followed:
Press 1 x =	 Starts current track again from the begin-
ning.
Press 2 x =	 Skips back to previous track.
Press 3 x=	 Plays track prior to that, etc. Press and hold
this button to quickly search music (sound
will be muted).
During radio mode:
Tune the desired radio station.
STOP (6/7)
The CD or the songstops.
OK (4 on the remote)
In IPOD mode:
Press this button to activate a function or to display the next
menu.
MENU (4 on the remote)
In IPOD mode:
Press this button to open the iPod/iPhone menu or to return
to the previous menu.
NOTE:
For this function, the music app must have been already
started.
/ (4 on the remote)
In IPOD mode:
Press this button to browse the iPod/iPhone menu upwards
or downwards.
MUTE (5/12)
Quickly turn off the sound. “MUTE” will flash in the display.
To cancel this function, press MUTE again.
EQ (13/2)
(Preset equalizer function). There are different sound modes
available (CLASSIC, ROCK, POP, JAZZ, FLAT).
NOTE: During iPod/iPhone playback
If necessary, you can change the EQ settings of your iPod/
iPhone in order to achieve optimum sound.
STOP / FM MONO/ST (7 on the remote)
During FM radio mode:
Switch between STEREO and MONO.
REPEAT/INTRO (10 on the remote)
Press 1x:	 (REPEAT lights up) The current track will be
repeated entirely.
Press 2x:	 (REPEAT ALL lights up) The complete CD will
be repeated entirely.
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Press 3x:	 (INTRO lights up) Each title of the CD will be
played for 10 seconds.
Press 4x:	 All functions will be canceled. Normal play-
back will be continued.
Only for CDs in MP3 format:
Press 1x:	 The current track will be repeated continu-
ously (The display will show REPEAT).
Press 2x:	 The selected folder of the MP3 CD will be
repeated continuously (the display will show
REPEAT ALBUM). Use PRESET/FOLDER UP/
DN buttons (11 on the remote) to select the
individual folders.
Press 3x:	 The entire CD will be repeated continuously
(REPEAT ALL is displayed).
Press 4x:	 Each title of the CD will be played for 10 sec-
onds each (INTRO will appear on the display).
Press 5x:	 The function will be deactivated and the CD
will be played in normal mode.
RANDOM / ID3 (9 on the remote)
The display will show “RANDOM” and the number of the
track that will be played first. All tracks will be played con-
secutively in random order.
Only for CDs in MP3 format:
Keep the button pressed down to turn on the function. “ID3
ON” will briefly appear on the display. If ID-3 tag information
is stored, it will continue to appear on the display.
Keep the button pressed down again to deactivate the func-
tion. “ID3 OFF” will briefly appear on the display.
PRESET/FOLDER UP/DN (11 on the remote)
CD in MP3 format:
Press these buttons during playback to switch one folder up
or down. The display shortly shows a message, e.g. ALBUM
02, Then the system automatically starts playback of the MP3
CD. When pressing the buttons during stop mode, the mes-
sage will also shortly be shown in the display. Then press
PLAY/PAUSE to start playback.
During radio mode:
Select a stored radio station.
PROG (9/3)
To save the stations and to set the programmed playback.
Program Playback
Program playback in desired sequence. (only in CD mode).
1.	 Press STOP button (6/7).
2.	 Press PROG button (9/3). The display will show
“- - - - PR:01“ (“track” PR: “memory position”) and MEM-
ORY. Use the / buttons (8/6) to select the desired
track and press PROG buttons again. The display will
change to memory position P02.
3.	 Use the / buttons to select the next track and press
PROG again. Repeat the steps until you have selected all
tracks.
NOTE:
If the memory capacity of the programmable title is
reached, “FULL” will be displayed.
4.	 Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (7/5). Playback starts.
The display will show the first selected track number.
5.	 Press STOP button once to stop playback. The memory
will be kept.
6.	 For repeated playback of the programmes, press the
PLAY/PAUSE button.
7.	 To delete memory, please press STOP button twice.
MEMORY will no longer be displayed.
The device will stop automatically after all stored tracks have
been played. The program sequence will be kept in the
memory until you switch to another mode, remove the CD
from the compartment or switch off the device.
It is possible to combine program playback with the REPEAT
function. After programming and starting playback, please
press REPEAT/INTRO button (10 on the remote) up to three
times; the functions can be applied as described under
“REPEAT/INTRO”.
Playback of music files in MP3 format
This device allows the playback of music files in MP3 format.
The device furthermore supports the common CD types: CD,
CD-RW, and CD-R.
Your device can play MP3 CDs. These are compressed CDs
that can store up to 200 tracks. Your device automatically
recognizes MP3 discs (the display will show total number of
tracks and folders). Please refer to chapter “Playing CD/MP3”
for playback of such CDs. You may program tracks as already
described under “Program playback”.
Please note:
There are many burning and compressing methods, as well
as differences in quality of CDs and burnt CDs.
Furthermore, the music industry does not apply fixed stan-
dards (copy protection).
For that reason there might, in rare cases, occur problems
when playing CDs and MP3 discs. That is not a malfunction
of this device.
Cleaning and maintenance
•	 Disconnect the mains plug before cleaning.
•	 You may wipe off external stains, using a slightly damp
cloth without any additives.
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Troubleshooting
Symptoms Course Solution
CD can not be
played back.
CD is not insert-
ed or inserted
incorrectly.
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 ingerprints,
dirt or scratches.
Check the disc for inger-
prints, dirt or scratches.
The unit does
not work.
The unit is
blocked and
“hangs”.
Disconnect the mains
plug for approximately
5 seconds. Then switch
the unit back on.
Volume (3)
and basses
(16) cannot be
adjusted on
the device.
The PROG
button (9/3) was
held pressed
down until the
time display
appeared.
Then one of the
controls was
pressed while
the time was
displayed.
Press any button to
release the lock of the
control.
Technical Specifications
Model:..............................................................................SRP 4343 iP
Voltage supply:.....................................................DC 12 V
Battery operation:...................................10x 1.5 V Type UM1/R20
Output power:............................................................400 W PMPO
Power consumption:.................................................................36 W
Net weight:..............................................................................5. 0 kg
Radio:
Frequency ranges:......................VHF /FM 87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
AC adapter
Protection class:.................................................................................II
Input:.........................................................AC 100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz
Output:............................................................................DC 12 V, 3 A
Polarity:..................................................................................
Technical modifications 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.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone“ mean that an elec-
tronic accessory has been designed to connect speci ically
to iPod or iPhone and has been certiied by the developer to
meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible
for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety
and regulators standards Please note that the use of this ac-
cessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance.
Disposal
Meaning of the “Wheelie Bin” Symbol
Take care of our environment, do not dispose of electrical
applicances via the household waste.
Dispose of obsolete or defective electrical appliances via
municipal collection points.
Please help to avoid potential environmental and health
impacts through improper waste disposal.
You contribute to recycling and other forms of utilization of
old electric and electronic appliances.
Your municipality provides you with information about col-
lecting points.
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