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  • Brand: Panasonic
  • Product: Cradle / docking station
  • Model/name: SC-HC35EG
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RQTX1262-1B
until
2011/02/28
EB
Dear customer
Thank you for purchasing this product.
For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions carefully.
Please keep this manual for future reference.
Model number suffix “EB” denotes UK model.
Included Installation Instructions (> 3, 7)
The installation should never be done by any other than a qualified installation specialist.
Before commencing work, carefully read these installation instructions and the operating instructions to ensure that
installation is performed correctly.
(Please keep these instructions. You may need them when maintaining or moving this unit.)
Operating Instructions
Compact Stereo System
Model No. SC-HC55DB
SC-HC35DB
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Caution for AC Mains Lead
For your safety, please read the following text carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug
for your safety and convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the
replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that it is
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark Ï or the BSI mark Ì on the body of
the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that
it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a
replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local
dealer.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as
stated below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured Black or
Blue.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured Brown or
Red.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE
EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE LETTER
E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL Ó OR COLOURED GREEN OR
GREEN/YELLOW.
THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF–KEEP DRY.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC mains
plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and
follow the instructions below.
Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.
CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE
SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD
BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF
SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE
CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET.
Sales and Support Information
Customer Care Centre
≥ For customers within the UK: 0844 844 3852
≥ For customers within Ireland: 01 289 8333
≥ Visit our website for product information
www.panasonic.co.uk
≥ E-mail: customer.care@panasonic.co.uk
Direct Sales at Panasonic UK
≥ For customers: 0844 844 3856
≥ Order accessory and consumable items for your product
with ease and confidence by phoning our Customer Care
Centre
Monday–Thursday 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.,
Friday 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
(Excluding public holidays)
≥ Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering
application at www.pas-europe.com.
≥ Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
≥ All enquiries transactions and distribution facilities are
provided directly by Panasonic UK.
≥ It couldn’t be simpler!
≥ Also available through our Internet is direct shopping for a
wide range of finished products, take a browse on our
website for further details.
Fuse cover
Figure A Figure B
Figure A Figure B Fuse
(5 ampere)
Fuse
(5 ampere)
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Safety precautions
Unit
≥ To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
– Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or
splashing.
– Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on
this unit.
– Use only the recommended accessories.
– Do not remove covers.
– Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
– Do not let metal objects fall inside this unit.
– Do not place heavy items on this unit.
AC mains lead
≥ To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
– Ensure that the power supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage printed on this unit.
– Insert the mains plug fully into the socket outlet.
– Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the lead.
– Do not handle the plug with wet hands.
– Hold onto the mains plug body when disconnecting the plug.
– Do not use a damaged mains plug or socket outlet.
≥ Install this unit so that the AC mains lead can be unplugged
from the socket outlet immediately if any problem occurs.
Unit
≥ This unit utilizes a laser. Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
≥ Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted
candles, on this unit.
≥ This unit may receive radio interference caused by mobile
telephones during use. If such interference occurs, please
increase separation between this unit and the mobile
telephone.
≥ This unit is intended for use in moderate climates.
Placement
≥ Place this unit on an even surface.
≥ To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
– Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet
or in another confined space. Ensure this unit is well
ventilated.
– Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation openings with
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, and similar items.
– Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight, high temperatures,
high humidity, and excessive vibration.
Batteries
≥ Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace
only with the type recommended by the manufacturer.
≥ Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage and
may cause a fire.
– Do not heat or expose to flame.
– Do not leave the battery(ies) in a car exposed to direct
sunlight for a long period of time with doors and windows
closed.
– Do not take apart or short circuit.
– Do not recharge alkaline or manganese batteries.
– Do not use batteries if the covering has been peeled off.
– Remove batteries if you do not intend to use the remote
control for a long period of time. Store in a cool, dark place.
≥ When disposing the batteries, please contact your local
authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
WARNING
CAUTION
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and has been
certified by the developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its
compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, or
iPhone may affect wireless performance.
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are
trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Panasonic
Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and trade
names are those of their respective owners.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Product Identification Marking is located on bottom of the unit.
(Bottom of product)
(Inside of product)
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[HC55]
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, “Panasonic Corporation” declares that this
product is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Customers can download a copy of the original DoC to
our R&TTE products from our DoC server:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact to Authorised Representative: Panasonic
Marketing Europe GmbH,
Panasonic Testing Centre, Winsbergring 15, 22525
Hamburg, Germany
This product is intended to be used in the following
countries.
GB, IE
This product is intended for general consumer.
(Category 3)
(For Ireland)
Gaeilge
Dearbhú Comhréireachta (DoC)
Leis seo, dearbhaíonn “Panasonic Corporation” go bhfuil
an táirge seo i gcomhréir le riachtanais riachtanacha agus
forálacha ábhartha eile den Treoir 1999/5/EC.
Féadfaidh custaiméirí coip dár nDearbhú Comhréireachta
(DoC) bunaidh dár dtáirgí R&TTE ónár bhfreastalaí um
Dhearbhú Comhréireachta (DoC):
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Mionsonraí Teagmhála Ionadaí Údaraithe: Panasonic
Marketing Europe GmbH,
Panasonic Testing Centre, Winsbergring 15, 22525
Hamburg, An Ghearmáin
Tá an táirge seo ceaptha chun a úsáid sna tíortha seo a
leanas.
GB, IE
Tá an táirge seo ceaptha don ghnáth-thomhaltóir.
(Catagóir 3)
1177
About descriptions in these operating instructions
≥ Operations in these instructions are described using remote
control, but you can do the operations with the main unit if the
controls are the same.
Your unit may not look exactly as illustrated.
≥ These operating instructions are applicable to models
SC-HC55DB and SC-HC35DB. Unless otherwise indicated,
illustrations in these operating instructions are of SC-HC55DB.
[HC55] :indicates features applicable to SC-HC55DB only.
[HC35] :indicates features applicable to SC-HC35DB only.
≥ Pages to be referred to are indicated as “> ±±”.
≥ [CD] :indicates CD-DA (except MP3).
[MP3] :indicates MP3 files.
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Unit and media care
Pull out the AC mains lead from the outlet before maintenance.
∫ Clean this unit with a soft, dry cloth
≥ When dirt is heavy, wring the cloth moistened in water tightly to
wipe the dirt, and then wipe it with a dried cloth.
≥ When cleaning the speaker covers, use a fine cloth.
Do not use tissues or other materials (towels, etc.) that can fall
apart. Small grains may get stuck inside the speaker cover.
≥ Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit.
≥ Before using chemically treated cloth, carefully read the
instructions that came with the cloth.
∫ Maintenance of the lens
∫ Clean discs
Wipe with a damp cloth and then wipe dry.
∫ Disc handling precautions
≥ Handle discs by the edges to avoid inadvertent scratches or
fingerprints on the disc.
≥ Do not attach labels or stickers to discs.
≥ Do not use record cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner, static
electricity prevention liquids or any other solvent.
≥ Do not use the following discs:
jDiscs with exposed adhesive from removed stickers or
labels (rented discs etc.).
jDiscs that are badly warped or cracked.
jIrregularly shaped discs, such as heart shapes.
Accessories Table of contents
Check the supplied accessories before using this unit. Caution for AC Mains Lead...................................................2
Safety precautions.................................................................3
Accessories............................................................................5
Unit and media care...............................................................5
Connections ...........................................................................6
Attaching the unit to a wall (optional)..................................7
Control reference guide ......................................................10
Opening/Closing the sliding door ......................................11
Disc operations....................................................................11
Radio operations .................................................................13
Sound adjustment ...............................................................13
Timer .....................................................................................13
DAB operations....................................................................14
Listening to audio from iPod or iPhone.............................17
[HC55] Using a Bluetooth® compatible device...................18
Listening to audio from a USB device ...............................20
Others ...................................................................................20
Troubleshooting...................................................................21
Specifications.......................................................................23
∏ 1 Remote control
([HC55] N2QAYB000643)
([HC35] N2QAYB000641)
∏ 1 Battery for remote
control
∏ 1 DAB antenna
(N1EADY000001)
∏ 1 AC mains lead
(K2CZ3YY00005)
Wall mounting accessories
∏ 2 Safety holders E
(RFA3327)
∏ 2 Safety holder screws C
(Black)
(XSN4+8FJK)
∏ 1 Safety holder D
(RGQ0632-K)
∏ 1 Safety holder screw B
(Silver)
(XSN3+10FJ)
∏ 2 Wall mount brackets
(RMQX1082-K)
∏ 2 Rear pads
(RKA0252-K)
	
≥ Product numbers correct as of February 2011. These may be
subject to change.
≥ Do not use AC mains lead with other equipment.
∫ The remote control information
Insert so the poles (i and j) match those in the remote
control.
≥ Use alkaline or manganese batteries.
R6/LR6, AA
Place this side in before the other side.
≥ Clean the lens regularly to prevent malfunctions. Use a
blower to remove dust and a cotton swab if it is extremely
dirty.
≥ You cannot use a CD type lens cleaner.
≥ Do not leave the sliding door open for prolonged periods of
time. This will cause the lens to get dirty.
≥ Be careful not to touch the lens with your fingers.
Lens
DO DO NOT
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Connections
1 Connect the DAB antenna to receive FM
radio and DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting).
The cross bar of the “T” should be kept firmly stretched. Find
a good position with good reception.
≥ Tape the antenna to a wall or column, in a position with the
least amount of interference.
≥ Please refer to “Checking the DAB signal reception quality”
(> 15).
2 Connect the AC mains lead.
Connect the AC mains lead after all other connections
are complete.
Turn the unit on after a few seconds.
Open the EXT-IN AUX/Headphone/USB cover to connect headphones,
USB devices or external music devices (e.g. MP3 player).
Push the projecting part to open the cover A.
Top View
∫ Connect the headphones (not supplied)
≥ Listening at full volume for long periods may damage the user’s ears.
≥ To prevent hearing damage, avoid listening for prolonged periods of time.
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can
cause hearing loss.
∫ Connect an external music device (for AUX mode)
You can select the sound input level of the external device.
≥ Switch the equalizer off or turn the volume of the external device down to
reduce the input signal. High level of input signal will distort the sound.
≥ For details, refer to the instruction manual of the other equipment.
≥ Cables and devices are not supplied.
∫ Connect the USB device (not supplied)
≥ Use DAB outdoor antenna for better reception.
≥ The antenna should only be installed by a competent
technician.
≥ Never use the outdoor antenna during lightning storm.
≥ Please refer to “DAB operations” (> 14).
∫ Notes on speakers
≥ These speakers do not have magnetic shielding. Do not place
them near a television, personal computer or other devices easily
influenced by magnetism.
Basic Connections
READ THE CAUTION FOR THE AC MAINS LEAD ON
PAGE 2 BEFORE CONNECTION.





ユヹヵノリワ

Back View
Exhaust holes
Be sure to fully
tighten the screw.
Adhesive tape
To household mains socket
Power consumption in standby
mode:
Approx. 0.2 W
Additional Connections
Reduce the volume level and connect the
headphones.
Plug type: ‰3.5 mm stereo B
1 Plug the audio cable (not supplied) into
the EXT-IN AUX jack C.
Plug type: ‰3.5 mm stereo
2 Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to
select “AUX” and start playback on the
connected device.
[HC55] 1 Press [SOUND] repeatedly to select “INPUT
LEVEL”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select “HIGH” or “NORMAL”.
[HC35] Press [INPUT LEVEL] repeatedly to select “HIGH” or
“NORMAL”.
1 Reduce the volume level and plug the
USB device A into the USB terminal
D.
2 Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to
select “USB” and start playback.
(> 20)
DAB outdoor antenna (Optional)
ユヹヵノリワ
Projecting part
EXT-IN AUX
Headphone/USB cover
AUX
ユヹヵノリワ

DAB outdoor antenna
(not supplied)
Be sure to fully
tighten the screw.
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Attaching the unit to a wall (optional)
∫ Supplied accessories
≥ 1 Safety holder screw B (Silver)
≥ 2 Safety holder screws C (Black)
≥ 1 Safety holder D (> 5)
≥ 2 Safety holders E (> 5)
≥ 2 Wall mount brackets
≥ 2 Rear pads
∫ Commercially available accessories
(not supplied)
≥ 4 Wall bracket fixing screws F
≥ 1 Safety holder fixing screw G
	
≥ Use screws with a nominal diameter of ‰4 mm, which are suitable
to the material of the wall (e.g., wood, steel, concrete, etc.)
Installation accessories
≥ Keep the wall mount brackets out of reach of children
to prevent swallowing.
≥ Keep the rear pads out of reach of children to prevent
swallowing.
≥ Keep the screws out of reach of children to prevent
swallowing.
≥ Keep the safety holder out of reach of children to
prevent swallowing.
Safety precautions
WARNING!
≥ Only a qualified building contractor shall install or
uninstall this unit.
– Improper installation may cause the unit to fall, resulting in
injury.
≥ To prevent injury, the unit must be securely attached to the
wall in accordance with the installation instructions.
≥ Do not install the unit where it cannot support the load.
– If the mounting parts are not strong enough, this may cause
the unit to fall, resulting in injury.
≥ Do not use installation methods other than instructed.
– This may cause the unit to fall and be damaged, resulting in
injury.
≥ Do not install the unit at locations other than vertical walls.
– This may cause the unit to fall and be damaged, resulting in
injury.
≥ Take the safety factor for mounting strength into account.
– Insufficient strength will cause the unit to fall, resulting in
injury.
≥ The wall on which the unit is to be attached to should be
capable of supporting 33 kg per screw.
– Insufficient strength of the walls will cause the unit to fall in
the long run.
≥ Do not disassemble or modify the wall-mounting hanger.
– This will cause the unit to fall and be damaged, resulting in
injury.
CAUTIONS!
≥ Do not install this unit at humid or dusty locations, or
locations where airborne grease or steam may come into
contact with the unit, or under an air conditioner where
water may drip onto the unit.
– This may have negative impact on the unit, resulting in fire or
electric shock.
≥ Secure enough space of more than 30 cm above the main
unit and more than 10 cm on the left and right sides
respectively. Keep space between the wall and rear of the
unit clear of obstructions.
– Blocking the exhaust holes on the main unit may result in fire.
≥ Use the designated components for installation.
– Otherwise, the main unit may fall and be damaged, resulting
in injury.
≥ Prevent the mounting screws or AC mains lead from
coming into contact with metal parts inside the wall during
installation.
– Failure to do so may cause electric shock.
≥ When removing the main unit, remove the wall mounting
screws as well.
– Otherwise the wall mounting screws may hit a person and
lead to injury.
≥ Install the unit at a height where the USB port and
operation buttons can be seen for safe operation.
– Operating at improper position may cause the unit to fall and
be damaged, resulting in injury.
∫ Notes on installation
≥ Before installation, read the “Safety precautions” and
“Wall mount instructions” for correct installation.
≥ For optimal performance and to prevent potential
problems, do not install this unit:
– at locations other than vertical walls.
– near a sprinkler or a sensor.
– near high-voltage lines or power sources.
– near heating device.
– at locations where the unit is subject to vibration or impact.
– near sources of magnetism, heat, vapour, airborne grease,
etc.
– at locations where there may be water droplets (e.g. under an
air conditioner).
≥ Do not install this unit under ceiling lights (e.g. spotlight,
halogen light, etc.).
– Failure to do so may bend the cabinet or lead to damage
caused by high heat.
≥ Use a proper installation method that suits the structure
and material of the wall.
≥ Use a soft blanket or cloth to prevent damage to the
product or floor during installation.
≥ When tightening screws, make sure the screws are not
loosely-tightened or overtightened.
≥ Secure a safe surrounding area and pay attention to safety
during installation.
≥ Panasonic is not liable for incidental or consequential
damages resulting from improper installation or operation.
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1 Detach the stand from the unit.
1 Unscrew the fixing screw A (4 pieces) at the bottom
of the unit.
2 Gently pull the bottom of the stand and slide the
stand off the unit.
≥ Keep the removed screws and stand in a safe place.
2 Measure and mark the position of the wall
mount brackets (Both sides).
≥ Use figures below to identify the screwing positions.
The position to attach the wall mount brackets
Space required
3 Attach the wall mount bracket to the wall with 2
screws F. (Both sides)
≥ Use a spirit level to ensure both wall mount brackets are level.
≥ Use a screw which is strong enough to support the weight of at
least 33 kg.
Wall mount instructions
Before installation, turn the unit off and disconnect the
AC mains lead from the household mains socket.
Bottom of main unit
Stand
Soft blanket or cloth
Fixing screw A
229 mm
12.5 mm
300 mm
480 mm
48.5 mm
229 mm
680 mm
89 mm
133 mm
139 mm
118 mm
At least 30 mm
7.5 mm to 9.4 mm
4 mm
Wall mount bracket
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4 Fix the safety holder D onto the unit with the
safety holder screw B.
≥ Before attaching, stick the rear pads (supplied) to A.
≥ Screw tightening torque: 50 N0cm to 70 N0cm.
5 Hang the unit on the wall.
Hook the unit securely onto the wall mount brackets.
≥ Connect the DAB antenna and the AC mains lead to the unit
before hanging the unit onto the wall. (> 6)
≥ After hanging the unit, release your hand carefully to confirm
the unit sits securely on the wall.
6 Fix the safety holders E onto the wall mount
brackets with the safety holder screws C.
(Both sides)
≥ Screw tightening torque: 80 N0cm to 120 N0cm.
7 Drive the safety holder fixing screw G to
secure the safety holder D onto the wall.
≥ Refer to step 3 for requirements before screwing.

Safety holder
screw B
Wall
Safety holder E
Safety holder
screw C
Safety holder fixing screw G
Safety holder D
Fixed to the wall
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Control reference guide
Buttons such as 2 function the same as the remote control.
They can be used interchangeably.
Top view
Front view
Remote control
Main unit
[HC55]
[HC35]
 


































[HC35]
ヰヱユワバヤロヰヴユ ヰヱユワバヤロヰヴユ
ンモュリヰ
ンモュリヰ ヷヰロヶヮユ
ヷヰロヶヮユ


       
 
1 [SLEEP] (> 13)
2 Standby/on switch [Í],
[Í/I] (> 11, 12, 13, 20)
Press to switch the unit from
on to standby mode or vice
versa.
In standby mode, the unit is
still consuming a small
amount of power.
3 Numeric buttons
[1-9, 0, S10] (> 12, 13,
15, 20)
To select a 2-digit
number
e.g. 16: [S10] # [1] # [6]
To select a 3-digit
number
e.g. 226: [S10] # [S10]
# [2] #[2] # [6]
4 [DEL] (> 12)
5 [HC55] [ , iPod] (> 17,
18)
[HC35] [iPod] (> 17)
6 [CD] (> 12)
7 [:], [9] (> 12, 13,
15, 17, 18, 20)
8 [1/;] (> 12, 17, 18, 20)
[HC55] [ ] (> 19)
9 [6], [5] (> 12, 13,
15, 17)
: [SOUND] (> 6, 11, 13,
19)
; [D.BASS] (> 13)
< [PLAY MENU] (> 12)
= [iPod MENU] (> 17)
[HC55] [ MENU] (> 19)
> [3, 4, 2, 1], [OK] (> 6,
12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20)
? [DISPLAY] (> 12, 16, 19)
[jDIMMER]
Press and hold to dim the
display panel. Press and
hold again to cancel.
@ [HC55] [OPEN/CLOSE
SENSOR] (> 11)
[HC35] [INPUT LEVEL]
(> 6)
A [iPod <] (> 11)
[iPod <, OPEN/CLOSE]
[HC55] Sensor activity
indicator*
B [PLAY, F] (> 13)
C [CLOCK/TIMER] (> 13)
D [PROGRAM] (> 12, 13,
15)
E [+, VOL ,–]
[– VOLUME +] (> 19)
Adjusts sound volume.
F [MUTE] (> 19)
Mutes the sound. Press
again to cancel. “MUTE” is
also cancelled when the
volume is adjusted or the
unit is turned off.
G [EXT-IN, RADIO]
[RADIO/EXT-IN] (> 13,
15, 20)
H [∫] (> 12, 17, 18, 20)
[HC55] [ ] (> 19)
I [PRESET EQ] (> 13)
J [RADIO MENU] (> 13,
15, 16)
K [AUTO OFF]
This function allows you to
turn the unit off (except in
radio mode) after the unit is
left unused for about 30
minutes.
When the function is turned
on, the “A.OFF” indicator
light.
L [AUTO PRESET] (> 13)
M [CD <] (> 11)
[CD <, OPEN/CLOSE]
[HC55] Sensor activity
indicator*
N Standby indicator
O [HC55] Open/Close
sensor (> 11)
P Speaker
Q Display
R Sliding door
S [HC55] Microphone
(> 19)
T [HC55] Bluetooth®
indicator (> 18)
U Remote control signal
sensor
Distance:
Within approx. 7 m directly
in front.
* The sensor activity indicator
will light when the Open/Close
sensor is turned on.
One of the indicators will flash
while the sliding door is
opening or closing.
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30º 30º
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Opening/Closing the
sliding door
Preparation
Press [Í] to turn the unit on.
For disc operations:
A While the sliding door is closed, press [CD <]
to open the sliding door.
For iPod/iPhone operations:
B While the sliding door is closed, press [iPod <]
to open the sliding door.
∫ Closing the sliding door
Press [CD <] or [iPod <] again.
≥ Keep fingers away from the sliding door when it is closing to avoid
possible minor injuries.
	
≥ Damage may occur if the sliding door is forced closed.
≥ Be careful of CD hitting the sliding door while being removed.
≥ The sliding door will not close if the docking switch lever is not
returned to the original position.
With this function the sliding door can be opened without
pressing a button. The sliding door will open or close by moving
the palm of your hand over the sensors on the top of the unit.
For disc operations:
Place the palm of your hand over sensor B and
then move it over sensor A.
≥ To close the sliding door, place the palm of your hand over
sensor A and then move it over sensor B.
For iPod/iPhone operations:
Place the palm of your hand over sensor A and
then move it over sensor B.
≥ To close the sliding door, place the palm of your hand over
sensor B and then move it over sensor A.
∫ To change the setting of the open/close sensor
The sensitivity of the sensor can be changed to increase or
decrease the activating area of the open/close sensor.
Press [OPEN/CLOSE SENSOR] repeatedly to
select “MODE 1”, “MODE 2”, “MODE 3” or
“OFF SENSOR”.
Select the mode that allows correct operation.
≥ Factory preset: “MODE 2”
≥ To turn the open/close sensor off, select “OFF SENSOR”.
∫ To change the sound effect settings of the
open/close sensor
1 Press [SOUND] repeatedly to select “BUZZER”.
2 Press [2] or [1] to select the following setting.
	
≥ A red light is lit from the position of the sensor. This is normal.
≥ The open/close sensor might be unintentionally activated if an object,
hand, part of your arm, pets or children move over the top of the unit.
≥ If the open/close sensor does not react, move the palm of your
hand closer to the top of the unit and change the speed that you
move your hand.
≥ If the open/close sensor does not work, try changing the sensor’s
setting. If it still does not work, open/close the sliding door using
the buttons on the unit or the remote control.
≥ When the sensor setting is changed to “MODE 1”, move your hand
closer (approx. 3 cm) over the unit.
≥ The disc operation side of the sliding door will not open during CD
playback or pause.
Disc operations
1 Press [Í] to turn the unit on.
2 Open the sliding door. (> left)
3 With the label of the disc facing
towards you, tilt the disc into the
disc tray under the sliding door.
4 Place the disc onto the spindle in
the centre and then push the disc
down until it clicks into place.
≥ Make sure that the unit does not fall when
inserting the disc.
5 Close the sliding door. (> left)
∫ Removing a disc
1 Open the sliding door.
2 Hold the centre and the top right of the disc and pull the top
right of the disc to unlock it from the spindle.
3 Tilt the disc so as not to touch the sliding door or the lens and
remove the disc.
Opening the sliding door
[HC55] Open/Close sensor
A B
ンモュリヰ ヷヰロヶヮユ
ヷヰロヶヮユ
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LOW: Set the sound effect level to low.
MID: Set the sound effect level to medium.
HIGH: Set the sound effect level to high.
OFF: Turn the sound effect off.
Inserting a disc
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1 Press [Í] to turn the unit on.
2 Insert the disc to be played (> 11).
3 Press [CD].
4 Press [1/;] to start play.
After performing steps 1-3 in “Basic play”
1 Press [PLAY MENU] repeatedly to select
“REPEAT”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select “ON REPEAT” and press
[OK].
3 Press [1/;] to start play.
≥ To stop repeat play, select “OFF REPEAT” in step 2.
After performing steps 1-3 in “Basic play”
1 Press [PLAY MENU] repeatedly to select “PLAY
MODE”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select the following mode and
press [OK].
3 Press [1/;] to start play.
	
≥ During random play, you cannot skip to the previous track.
≥ The current play mode is cleared when you open the sliding door.
≥ To repeat program play or selected play mode, select “ON
REPEAT” in PLAY MENU.
Enables you to program up to 24 tracks.
After performing steps 1-3 in “Basic play”
1 Press [PROGRAM] during the stop mode.
3 Press [1/;] to start play.
	
≥ The program memory is cleared when you open the sliding door.
Basic play
Stop Press [∫].
Pause Press [1/;]. Press again to resume play.
Skip Press [:] or [9] to skip track.
Press [3, 4] to skip album. (MP3)
Search [CD] Press and hold [6] or [5].
Direct access
play
(Play starts from
the track you
selected.)
[CD]: Press the numeric buttons to select
the track.
[MP3]:
1 Press [3, 4] to select the album.
2 Press [9] once and then the
numeric buttons to select the track.
≥ This function does not work during
random play or program play.
View contents
information
Press [DISPLAY] repeatedly during play
or pause.
The current track’s information, etc. is
displayed.
≥ Maximum number of displayable
characters: approximately 30
≥ This unit supports ver. 1.0, 1.1 and 2.3 ID3
tags. Text data that is not supported will
not be displayed or shown differently.
Repeat play
Play mode function
1-TRACK 1TR: Plays one selected track on the disc.
1-ALBUM 1ALBUM:
[MP3]
Plays one selected album on the disc.
≥ Press [3, 4] to select the album.
RANDOM RND: Plays a disc randomly.
1-ALBUM
RANDOM 1ALBUM RND:
[MP3]
Plays all tracks in one selected album
randomly.
≥ Press [3, 4] to select the album.
Program play
2 [CD]:
Press the numeric buttons to select the track.
≥ To program more tracks, continue by pressing the numeric buttons.
[MP3]:
1 Press [3, 4] to select the album.
2 Press [9] once and then the numeric buttons to
select the track.
3 Press [OK].
To program more tracks, repeat steps 1 - 3.
Cancel programme
mode
Press [PROGRAM] in the stop mode to
clear “PGM” indicator from the display.
Check programme
contents
Press [:] or [9] when “PGM” is
displayed in the stop mode.
Delete last
programmed track
Press [DEL] in the stop mode.
Clear all
programmed
tracks
1 Press [∫] in the stop mode.
2 Press [∫] again while blinking
“CLR ALL”.
∫ Notes on CD-R/CD-RW
≥ This unit can play CD-R and CD-RW recorded with CD-DA or
MP3.
≥ Use an audio recording disc for CD-DA and finalize* it when
you finish recording.
* A process performed after recording that enables CD-R or
CD-RW players to play audio CD-R and CD-RW.
≥ The unit may not be able to play some discs due to the
condition of the recording.
≥ Do not use irregularly shaped CDs.
≥ Do not attach extra labels and stickers.
≥ Do not use CDs with labels and stickers that are coming off or
with excessive adhesive under the labels and stickers.
≥ Do not attach scratch-proof covers or any other kind of accessories.
≥ Do not write anything on the CDs.
≥ Do not clean CDs with liquids (Wipe with a soft and dried cloth).
Creating MP3 files playable on this unit
≥ Maximum number of tracks and albums: 999 tracks and 254
albums (Excluding Root folder).
≥ Compatible compression rate: Between 64 kbps and 320 kbps
(stereo). 128 kbps (stereo) is recommended.
≥ Disc formats: ISO9660 level 1 and level 2 (except for extended
formats).
≥ The time for reading TOC depends on the number of the tracks,
folders or folder structures.
Limitations on MP3
≥ This unit is compatible with multi-sessions and it takes more
time to start playing.
≥ This unit cannot play files recorded using packet write.
≥ If the disc includes both MP3 and normal audio data (CD-DA),
the unit plays the type recorded in the inner part of the disc. If
the disc includes both MP3 and other types of audio data (e.g.
WMA or WAV), the unit plays only the MP3.
≥ Depending on how you create the MP3 files, they may not play
in the order you numbered them or may not play at all.
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Radio operations
1 Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select
“FM”.
2 Press [6] or [5] to select the frequency of
the required station.
≥ “ST” is displayed when a stereo FM broadcast is being
received.
≥ To tune automatically, press and hold [6] or [5] until
the frequency starts changing rapidly.
jTo cancel auto tuning, press [6] or [5] once again.
jAuto tuning may not function when there is excessive
interference.
∫ To improve FM sound quality
1 Press [RADIO MENU] to select “FM MODE” while receiving
FM broadcasts.
2 Press [2, 1] to select “MONO” and then press [OK].
≥ Select “STEREO” in step 2 to return to stereo broadcasts.
≥ “MONO” is cancelled if the frequency is changed.
You can preset up to 30 FM channels.
Preparation
Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select “FM”.
∫ Automatic presetting
1 Press [OK] to switch between the “LOWEST” and
“CURRENT” frequency.
2 Press [AUTO PRESET].
“PGM” starts to flash and the tuner starts to preset all the stations
it can receive into the channels in ascending order.
∫ Manual presetting
1 Press [6] or [5] to tune to the required station.
2 Press [PROGRAM].
3 While “PGM” is flashing, press the numeric buttons to select
a channel.
≥ The station occupying a channel is erased if another station is
preset in that channel.
≥ To preset more stations, repeat steps 1 - 3.
∫ Selecting a preset station
Press [:] or [9] to select the channel.
≥ Alternatively, press the numeric buttons to select the channel.
Sound adjustment
The following sound effects can be added to the audio output.
≥ You may experience a reduction in sound quality when these
effects are used with some sources. If this occurs, turn the sound
effects off.
Timer
This is a 24-hour clock.
1 Press [CLOCK/TIMER] to select “CLOCK”.
2 Within 10 seconds, press [3, 4] to set the
time.
3 Press [OK].
	
≥ To display the clock, press [CLOCK/TIMER].
≥ Reset the clock regularly to maintain accuracy.
You can set the timer to come on at a certain time to wake you up.
This unit offers 3 optional play timers.
Preparation
≥ Turn the unit on and set the clock (> above).
≥ Prepare the music source (disc, radio, iPod/iPhone, USB or
AUX) and set the volume.
1 Press [CLOCK/TIMER] repeatedly to select
“FPLAY 1”, “FPLAY 2” or “FPLAY 3”.
2 Within 10 seconds, press [3, 4] to set the
starting time.
3 Press [OK].
4 Set the finishing time by repeating steps 2 and
3.
∫ To activate the timer
5 Press [PLAY, F] repeatedly to set the desired
play timer on.
6 Press [Í] to turn the unit off.
	
≥ The timer will start at the preset time, with the volume increasing
gradually to the preset level.
The sleep timer can turn the unit off after a set time.
1 Press [SLEEP] to turn the sleep function on or
off.
30MIN # 60MIN # 90MIN # 120MIN
^--------------- OFF (Cancel) (------------}
2 Press [SLEEP] once to check the remaining
time.
≥ The play timer and sleep timer can be used together. The sleep
timer always has the priority. Be sure not to overlap the timer
settings.
≥ When “AUTO OFF” is “ON” and the unit is left unused for about 30
minutes, the unit will shut down even if the play time or sleep time
has not expired.
Manual tuning
Memory preset
Preset EQ Press [PRESET EQ] repeatedly to select
“HEAVY”, “SOFT”, “CLEAR”, “VOCAL” or “FLAT”.
Bass or
Treble
1 Press [SOUND] repeatedly to select “BASS”
or “TREBLE”.
2 Press [2, 1] to adjust the level (-4 to +4).
Surround
Sound
1 Press [SOUND] repeatedly to select “SURROUND”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select “ON SURROUND”.
≥ To cancel surround sound, select
“OFF SURROUND” in step 2.
≥ If interference in FM stereo reception increases,
cancel the surround sound effect.
D.Bass Press [D.BASS] during play to select
“ON D.BASS” or “OFF D.BASS”.
Setting the clock
Play timer
Check the settings
(When the unit is
on or in standby
mode)
Press [CLOCK/TIMER] twice.
(The setting is displayed.)
Cancel Press [PLAY, F] twice to clear the timer
indicator from the display.
Sleep timer
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DAB operations
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is a new form of radio that is
broadcast digitally. Unlike regular analogue broadcasting, digital
radio deteriorates less, and is thus able to provide quality sound
closer to that of a disc.
Bands
There are two types of DAB bands, “BAND III” (receivable in this
unit) and “L BAND” (not broadcast in the United Kingdom and
not receivable on this unit).
Frequencies
There are 38 frequencies on BAND III. Among these, 10 are
used in the United Kingdom (current as of February, 2011).
Ensemble, station and service
The number of stations that makes up one frequency differs
between DAB and analogue radio. Analogue stations broadcast
on different frequencies, even if it is the same company doing the
broadcasting. With DAB, however, it is possible to broadcast a
number of stations on the same frequency.
In DAB terminology, an ensemble represents a group of stations
on the same frequency.
As shown in the diagram, an ensemble consists of a group of
stations with primary services and secondary services. This
means, for example, that commentary on sports events from
different areas can all be broadcast at once.
Depending on the region, there is a difference between
broadcast frequency and stations broadcast along the same
frequency.
For this reason, a memory of receivable stations should first be
created and then selected from those memorised stations as the
reception method.
DAB Auto scan
This function searches for currently receivable stations and
inputs them into the unit’s memory.
When DAB is selected for the first time, this function starts
automatically.
≥ Depending on some factors such as the broadcasting time
availability, the station may not broadcast even if it is stored
into the memory. If this occurs, “NO SERVICE” is displayed.
Station memory updating
When there is a station name change, or a new station begins
broadcasting, the unit memory is automatically updated when:
≥ the previous station name is selected.
≥ a new station is on the same frequency as another already
memorised station.
Deleting stations that are no longer broadcasting is not
automatic. If you want to delete a station, perform Auto scan
again and a new memory will be created.
When a new frequency begins broadcasting, stations on the new
frequency are not automatically added to the memory.
Perform Auto scan to add them to the memory. You may also
need to change the Auto scan range if the new frequency is
outside the factory-set Auto scan range (> 16).
Station tune
You can select stations from the created memory (> 15) in
alphanumeric order.
Preset function
You can easily select your favourite stations by using the preset
function (> 15).
The first time “DAB” is selected, this unit will start the “DAB
AUTO SCAN” and memorise the stations that are available in
your region.
Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select “DAB”.
When a frequency is tuned, the
ensemble corresponding to the
frequency is displayed.
The total number of available stations
is displayed.
The station first in alphanumeric order
is selected.
	
≥ “SCAN FAILED” is displayed when the Auto scan is unsuccessful.
Adjust the antenna and restart the Auto scanning (> 15) or change
the Auto scan frequency range (> 16).
DAB structure
DAB reception method on this
unit
Initial DAB settings
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With this function it is possible to check the signal reception
quality of a selected frequency.
If the reception quality is poor, try adjusting the antenna.
Preparation
≥ Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select “DAB”.
1 Press [RADIO MENU] repeatedly to select
“SIGNAL QUALITY”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select the frequency.
≥ After displaying the frequency, the current reception quality
is displayed.
3 To continue checking the quality of other frequencies
Press [2, 1] again and select the desired
frequency.
To exit
Press [RADIO MENU].
≥ If the antenna has been adjusted, perform Auto scanning and
update the station memory. (> below)
When new stations are added or when the antenna has been
moved, reperform the Auto scan.
1 Press [RADIO MENU] repeatedly to select
“AUTOSCAN” and then press [OK].
2 While “START ?” is flashing,
Press [OK].
	
≥ When updating the memory with Auto scan, preset stations will be
erased. Preset them again (> right).
≥ When a frequency is tuned using Auto scanning, the ensemble
corresponding to the frequency is displayed for approximately 2
seconds.
≥ Total stations received is displayed for approximately 2 seconds.
On this unit, there are 2 ways of selecting the desired station.
Preparation
≥ Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select “DAB”.
≥ Make sure that the initial settings are made. (> 14)
To select by station (alphanumeric order)
Press [6] or [5] to select a station.
To select by preset
Press [:] or [9] to select a preset station.
≥ Alternatively, press the numeric buttons to select the channel.
	
≥ To select by preset, make sure that stations have already been
preset manually. (> below)
You can preset up to 20 DAB channels.
Preparation
≥ Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select “DAB”.
1 Press [6] or [5] to select the station.
2 Press [PROGRAM].
3 Press the numeric buttons to select the
channel.
	
≥ You cannot preset stations when the station is not broadcasting or
when the secondary service is selected.
≥ The station occupying a channel is erased if another station is
preset in that channel.
If the station is providing secondary service, “ ” will be
displayed. It is possible to change between the primary and
secondary service.
Preparation
≥ While listening to the primary service.
1 Press [RADIO MENU] repeatedly to select
“SECONDARY” and then press [OK].
2 Press [2, 1] to select the secondary service
and press [OK].
	
≥ The setting will go back to primary service when changes are made
(e.g. frequency is changed).
Checking the DAB signal
reception quality
To re-Auto scan DAB stations
Frequency
block Frequency
Listening to DAB stations
Presetting stations manually
Listening to the secondary
service
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Press [DISPLAY] to change the display.
The information will scroll through the display.
Each time you press the button:
Dynamic label
(information about the broadcast)
PTY display
(program type)
Ensemble label
(the name of the ensemble)
Frequency display
Time display
If the DAB broadcast includes time information, this unit’s clock
will be automatically updated.
1 Press [RADIO MENU] repeatedly to select
“AUTO CLOCK ADJ”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select “ON ADJUST” and then
press [OK].
≥ Select “OFF ADJUST” to turn the automatic clock adjustment
function off.
Only the frequencies currently used in the UK as of February 2011
on BAND III are Auto scanned (“United Kingdom”, factory setting).
Select “ALL BAND III” when you want to store stations on other
frequencies to memory.
1 Press [RADIO MENU] repeatedly to select
“SCAN MODE”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select “ALL BAND III” or
“UNITED KINGDOM” and then press [OK].
≥ The Auto scan begins automatically after the change has been
made.
	
≥ The DAB preset channels are erased when the “SCAN MODE” is
changed.
≥ If the DAB play timer has been set, the timer switches to off.
	
≥ The frequencies shaded above are for the “UNITED KINGDOM”.
(As of February 2011)
Display
Turning automatic clock
adjustment function on
Changing the Auto scan
frequency range
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Listening to audio from
iPod or iPhone
∫ Inserting an iPod/iPhone
1 Open the sliding door. (> 11)
2 Insert the suitable dock adapter (not supplied)
for the iPod/iPhone.
≥ Insert the side of the iPod/iPhone dock adapter with the
clips facing towards you first and then push the opposite
side until it clicks into place.
3 Press [<] to unlock the
iPod/iPhone dock and then
pull the docking switch
lever to tilt the iPod/iPhone
dock.
4 Connect the iPod/iPhone
(not supplied) firmly.
≥ Be sure to remove the iPod/iPhone from its case.
5 Push the docking switch
lever back until it clicks into
place.
6 Close the sliding door. (> 11)
∫ Removing an iPod/iPhone
1 Repeat step 1 and 3 (> above).
2 To remove, simply pull the iPod/iPhone straight out.
3 Repeat step 5 and 6 (> above).
	
≥ If the iPod/iPhone dock is not tilted when connecting or disconnecting
the iPod/iPhone, it may cause damage to the connector.
≥ Be sure to use a dock adapter that is compatible with your iPod/iPhone.
To purchase a dock adapter, consult your iPod/iPhone dealer.
≥ Reduce the volume of the main unit to minimum before connecting
or disconnecting the iPod/iPhone.
Preparation
Press [iPod] ([HC55]: [ , iPod]) repeatedly to select “IPOD”.
≥ The operations may vary or not work depending on the iPod/
iPhone models.
∫ Compatible iPod/iPhone (as of February 2011)
≥ Update your iPod/iPhone with the latest software before using this unit.
≥ Compatibility depends on the software version of your iPod/iPhone.
≥ Depending on the model, it may be necessary to remove the iPod/
iPhone and select the album, artist, etc. on the iPod/iPhone.
Notes on iPhone:
≥ All phone features can only be controlled by the iPhone’s touch screen.
≥ The unit does not display incoming calls or the phone status.
≥ The ringtone of incoming call can be heard from the iPhone’s speaker.
When the unit is in iPod/iPhone mode, the ringtone can also be
heard from the unit’s speakers.
≥ Connecting or disconnecting the iPhone from the unit will not
cancel a call.
≥ There is no Apple Inc. specification that will guarantee the iPhone
responses above. iPhone responses may vary on new iPhone
models or iPhone new software updates.
∫ Charging the iPod/iPhone
≥ When iPod/iPhone is being charged in standby mode, “IPOD
CHARGING” is shown on the main unit’s display.
≥ Check iPod/iPhone to see if the battery is fully charged. If you
are not using iPod/iPhone for an extended period of time after
recharging has completed, disconnect it from the main unit as
the battery will be depleted naturally. (Once fully recharged,
additional recharging will not occur.)
This unit can output internet radio if “vTuner for Panasonic” is
installed on your iPhone/iPod touch.
≥ Visit the below website for the following information about
“vTuner for Panasonic”:
http://radio.vtuner.com/panasonic/en/
(Compatible iPhone/iPod touch models and software versions,
purchasing, installation and operation details.)
Preparation
Install “vTuner for Panasonic” to your iPhone/iPod touch.
1 Insert the iPhone/iPod touch to this unit.
2 Press [ , iPod] repeatedly to select “INTERNET
RADIO”.
“vTuner for Panasonic” starts.
Inserting/Removing an iPod/
iPhone
A Clips
B Dock adapter
C iPod/iPhone docking
switch lever
D Connector
iPod/iPhone operations
Play Press [1/;].
Pause Press [1/;] or [∫]. Press again to
resume play.
Skip track Press [:] or [9].
Search the current track Press and hold [6] or [5].
Display iPod/iPhone menu/
return to previous menu
Press [iPod MENU] in the play
mode. (Remote control only)
Select contents from
iPod/iPhone menu
Press [3, 4] and then [OK].
(Remote control only)
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
 
Click!
Click!
Name Memory size
iPod touch 4th generation 8 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
iPod nano 6th generation 8 GB, 16 GB
iPod touch 3rd generation 32 GB, 64 GB
iPod nano 5th generation (video camera) 8 GB, 16 GB
iPod touch 2nd generation 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
iPod classic 120 GB, 160 GB (2009)
iPod nano 4th generation (video) 8 GB, 16 GB
iPod classic 160 GB (2007)
iPod touch 1st generation 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
iPod nano 3rd generation (video) 4 GB, 8 GB
iPod classic 80 GB
iPod nano 2nd generation (aluminum) 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB
iPod 5th generation (video) 60 GB, 80 GB
iPod 5th generation (video) 30 GB
iPod nano 1st generation 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB
iPhone 4 16 GB, 32 GB
iPhone 3GS 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
iPhone 3G 8 GB, 16 GB
iPhone 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB
[HC55]
Listening to the Internet Radio
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[HC55] Using a Bluetooth®
compatible device
∫ Frequency band used
This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band, however other devices
may use this frequency as well. To avoid interference with other
wireless devices, please follow the cautions listed below.
∫ Certification of this device
This unit conforms to frequency restrictions and has received certification
based on frequency laws, so a wireless permit is not necessary.
However, the following action is punishable by law in some countries:
≥ Taking apart/modifying the unit.
∫ Usage restrictions
≥ Wireless transmission and/or usage with all Bluetooth® equipped
devices is not guaranteed.
≥ Compatible mobile phones capable of wireless transmission
include and comply to standards set by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
However, if the mobile phone is optimized to meet standard
specifications, some functions may work. Even so, depending on
the specifications and settings of the mobile phone, a connection
may not be established, nor are the methods of operation, display,
or operation guaranteed.
≥ This unit supports Bluetooth® security features, however depending
on the operating environment and/or settings, this security may not
be sufficient. Use caution when transmitting data wirelessly.
≥ Please be aware that Panasonic accepts no responsibility for data
and/or information that may be compromised during a wireless
transmission.
∫ Range of use
Use this device within an unobstructed 10 m range. The range of usage
or perimeter may be shortened depending on any obstructions, devices
causing interference, other people in the room, or the construction of the
building. Please note that the range mentioned above is not guaranteed.
∫ Effects from other devices
≥ It is possible that this unit may not operate correctly or you may
experience other effects of instability such as “broken up” audio,
etc. when other devices are placed within close proximity.
Therefore, in order to prevent signal interference, we recommend
separating this unit from the following devices during use:
Microwave oven/Wireless LAN/Electronic devices/Audio & Video
devices/Office Assistant machines & devices/Digital cordless
phones/Fax machines, etc.
≥ If you live in close proximity to a broadcasting studio and the signal
is too strong, the unit may not operate correctly.
≥ When using a notebook PC with a wireless LAN transmitter, do not
use this unit and the wireless LAN at the same time.
≥ If you are still experiencing noise even outside of the 5 m range of
a wireless LAN device, turn the wireless LAN device off.
∫ Intended usage limitations
This unit is intended for normal, general use. This unit is not
developed or manufactured with the intention of use in “high safety”§
or hazardous occupations. Do not use this unit in these kinds of
environments or occupations.
§ The following examples require extreme caution, and can directly
result in loss of life, or extreme bodily harm.
e.g.) Nuclear Engineering, and control of a nuclear reaction/
automated control of aircraft/air traffic control management/
controlling movement of heavy freight systems/control of life support
or extension systems/control of weapons systems and/or missile
launch systems, etc.
Preparation
Pair the Bluetooth® device with this unit to create an audio
connection.
1 Press [ , iPod] repeatedly to select
“BLUETOOTH”.
When using it for the first time, it enters pairing mode
automatically.
2 While this unit is in pairing mode, access the
Bluetooth® menu of the Bluetooth® device and
execute a Bluetooth®
search to find this unit
(SC-HC55).
≥ Please refer to the Bluetooth® device user manual for
further instruction on how to connect a Bluetooth® device.
≥ If prompted for the passkey, enter “0000”.
3 If pairing is successful, the paired device’s
name will be displayed for 2 seconds. The
Bluetooth® indicator lights up. The unit is now
ready to be used with the Bluetooth®
device.
	
≥ Make sure the Bluetooth® device supports A2DP (Advance Audio
Distribution Profile).
≥ This unit supports the A2DP reception which is copyright-protected
by SCMS-T method.
≥ A2DP enables you to stream stereo sound from an audio source
(mobile phone, PC or laptop) to this unit via Bluetooth®
.
≥ Depending on the specification or setting of mobile phones,
connection may not be established, or operation and display may
vary.
≥ You can register up to 6 devices into this unit. Disconnect the
current Bluetooth® device and refer to “To register more devices”
(> 19).
≥ If you register more than the maximum device number, the oldest
device in connection history will be overwritten.
≥ If a registered device is re-registered, it will be overwritten.
Pair the Bluetooth®
device with this unit to create an audio
connection.
1 Press [ , iPod] repeatedly to select
“BLUETOOTH”.
2 On the Bluetooth® device:
Select this unit (SC-HC55) on the Bluetooth®
setup screen to make the connection.
3 On the Bluetooth®
device:
Start playback of a music source.
≥ If the device is connected, the music will be heard on this unit.
≥ The Bluetooth®
indicator lights when there is a connection.
≥ Please refer to the Bluetooth® device user manual if required.
4 You can also make the following controls with
the remote control.
About using Bluetooth®
What is Bluetooth®?
Bluetooth® technology allows you to make a wireless
connection with another electronic device.
Bluetooth®
pairing
Basic play
Play Press [1/;] to start play.
Stop Press [∫].
Pause Press [1/;]. Press again to resume play.
Skip track Press [:] or [9].
Display
information
Press [DISPLAY] repeatedly.
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≥ To utilise these functions, the Bluetooth®
device must support
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile).
≥ This unit cannot transmit data to a Bluetooth® device.
≥ When playing iPod/iPhone by Bluetooth®
with the main unit,
intermittent sound may be experienced if you leave the iPod/
iPhone Bluetooth® menu screen active or when making Bluetooth®
registration and connection. If this occurs, please exit the iPod/
iPhone Bluetooth® menu screen.
≥ When playing music by iPod/iPhone via Bluetooth® connection and
the iPod/iPhone is connected into this unit iPod/iPhone dock, the
audio will not be re-produced while “BLUETOOTH” is selected.
Select “IPOD” to continue enjoying the music.
You can select the sound input level of the Bluetooth®
device.
1 Press [ , iPod] repeatedly to select
“BLUETOOTH”.
2 Press [SOUND] repeatedly to select “INPUT
LEVEL”.
3 Press [2, 1] to select “0”, “i1” or “i2”.
≥ Select “0” if the sound is distorted.
Press [DISPLAY] repeatedly to view the
information of the current connected device.
BLUETOOTH ---------------------# Connected device name
^-------------------------- Connected profiles(------------------------}
This unit works as a Bluetooth® hands-free for your mobile
phones.
	
≥ This unit does not work with Headset Profile (HSP).
≥ When the mobile phone is too close to the microphone of this unit,
noise may occur. Always keep the mobile phone away from the
microphone of this unit when making a call.
≥ The audio from a disc will be paused while calling in hands-free
mode.
1 Press [ , iPod] repeatedly to select
“BLUETOOTH”.
2 Press [ MENU] to display “DISCONNECT?”
and then press [OK].
A confirmation message is displayed.
3 Press [2, 1] to select “YES” and then press
[OK].
	
≥ The connection can also be stopped when you disable Bluetooth®
transmission on the connected Bluetooth® device.
Preparation
Press [ , iPod] repeatedly to select “BLUETOOTH”.
≥ These functions are unavailable if a device is connected.
Disconnect the Bluetooth® devices to display these functions.
∫ To register more devices
1 Press [ MENU] repeatedly to select
“NEW DEV.” and then press [OK].
≥ The unit enters pairing mode and “PAIRING” starts blinking
on the display.
2 While this unit is in pairing mode, access the
Bluetooth® menu of the Bluetooth® device and
execute a Bluetooth®
search to find this unit
(SC-HC55).
≥ If prompted for the passkey, enter “0000”.
∫ To select communication quality
1 Press [ MENU] repeatedly to select
“LINK MODE”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select the following modes and
then press [OK].
∫ To select Auto Link mode
1 Press [ MENU] repeatedly to select
“AUTO LINK”.
2 Press [2, 1] to select the following modes and
then press [OK].
	
≥ When “LINKING” is displayed, pressing [ MENU] is invalid.
≥ Auto Link works only if your device supports A2DP.
≥ The communication quality settings also depend on the settings on
the connected device. If the communication quality of the
connected device is set for stable communication, the quality of the
audio will remain low even if this unit is set to “MODE 2”.
Input level
Display function
Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
To answer a call
(“IN CALL” blinks)
Press [ ]. “CALLING” starts blinking on
the display (Talk into the unit’s
microphone).
Press [ ] again to transfer the call to the
mobile phones (“TRANSFER” blinks. You
may now converse using the mobile
phone).
To cancel a call Press [ ].
To adjust the
sound volume
Press [+, VOL ,–] (Adjustable from
“TEL VOL 1” to “TEL VOL 10”).
To mute the
microphone
Press [MUTE]. Press again to cancel.
(During “MIC MUTE”, the caller is not able
to hear your voice).
Disconnecting a Bluetooth®
device
Advanced functions
MODE 1: Connection with emphasis on communication
stability
MODE 2: Connection with high bit rate for good audio quality
(Communication might easily be disconnected in
this mode, select “MODE 1” if this occurs).
ON: This unit will automatically select “BLUETOOTH”
when a Bluetooth® device is connected.
OFF
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Listening to audio from a
USB device
Devices which are defined as USB mass storage class:
USB devices that support bulk only transfer
USB devices that support USB 2.0 full speed
The USB connectivity enables you to connect and play MP3
tracks from a USB device.
Preparation:
≥ Before connecting any USB device to this unit, be sure to back
up the data.
≥ It is not recommended to use a USB extension cable. The
device connected via the cable will not be recognized by this
unit.
1 Plug the USB device into the unit. (> 6)
2 Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] repeatedly to select
“USB”.
3 Press [1/;] to start play.
≥ Before removing the USB device, select a source other
than “USB”.
	
≥ Removing the USB device while it is selected can damage the data
stored in the device.
Others
Other Panasonic audio/video equipment may start functioning
when you operate the unit using the supplied remote control.
You can operate this unit in another mode by setting the remote
control operating mode to “REMOTE 2”.
The main unit and remote control must be set to the same
mode.
1 Press [EXT-IN, RADIO] to select “AUX”.
2 Press and hold [RADIO/EXT-IN] on the main
unit and [2] on the remote control until the main
unit’s display shows “REMOTE 2”.
3 Press and hold [OK] and [2] on the remote
control for at least 4 seconds.
To change the mode back to “REMOTE 1”, repeat the steps
above by replacing [2] with [1].
When the following situations occur, reset the memory:
≥ There is no response when buttons are pressed.
≥ You want to clear and reset the memory contents.
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead. (Wait for at least
3 minutes before proceeding to step 2.)
2 While pressing and holding down [Í/I] on the
main unit, reconnect the AC mains lead.
“--------” appears on the display.
3 Release [Í/I].
All the settings are returned to the factory preset. You will
need to reset the memory items.
Compatible devices
Notes on USB
≥ Supported format: Files with extension “.mp3” or “.MP3”
≥ CBI (Control/Bulk/Interrupt) is not supported.
≥ FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32 file systems are supported.
≥ Depending on the sector size, some files may not work.
≥ This unit can access up to 254 albums (excluding Root folder)
and 2500 tracks.
≥ The maximum number of tracks in a folder is 999 tracks.
≥ Only one memory card will be selected when connecting a
multiport USB card reader, typically the first memory card
inserted.
≥ Disconnect the USB card reader from the unit when you remove
the memory card. Failure to do so may cause malfunction to the
device.
≥ When you connect the digital audio player to the USB port, it
charges all the time when the unit is on.
USB operations
Stop Press [∫].
≥ The position is memorized while
“RESUME” is displayed.
Press [1/;] to resume play.
Press [∫] again to clear the position.
Pause Press [1/;].
≥ Press [1/;] again to restart play.
Skip Press [:] or [9]. (Track)
Press [3, 4]. (Album)
Direct access play
(Play starts with
the track you
select.)
1 Press [3, 4] to select the album.
2 Press [9] once and then the
numeric buttons to select the track.
For other operating functions, they are similar as those
described in “Disc operations”.
Changing the main unit and
remote control mode
Memory reset (Initialization)
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Troubleshooting
Before requesting service, make the following checks. If you are
in doubt about some of the check points, or if the solutions
indicated in the following guide do not solve the problem, consult
your dealer for instructions.
Incorrect display or play will not start.
≥ You have not inserted the disc properly. Insert it correctly.
≥ The disc is scratched or dirty (Tracks skipped).
≥ There is moisture on the lens. Wait for about an hour and then
try again.
MP3 cannot be read.
≥ You may not be able to play MP3 if you have copied a
multi-session disc that has no data between sessions.
≥ When creating a multi-session disc, it is necessary to close the
session.
≥ The amount of data on the disc is too small. Set the amount of
data to above 5 MB.
Noise is heard or no sound.
≥ While playing MP3, noise may occur if the recording is poor.
≥ Keep this unit away from mobile phones if the interference is
apparent.
≥ Turn the volume up.
≥ Switch the unit off, check and correct the connection and then
switch the unit on. Causes include straining of the speakers
through excessive volume or power and using the unit in a hot
environment.
Humming heard during play.
≥ An AC mains lead or fluorescent light is near the cords. Keep
other appliances and cords away from this unit’s cables.
A beat sound or noise is heard while receiving radio
broadcast.
≥ Switch the television or other audio player off or separate it
from the unit.
≥ Switch the portable audio player off if connected to the EXT-IN
AUX port.
The picture on the television near the unit disappears or
stripes appear on the screen.
≥ The location and orientation of the antenna are incorrect.
≥ The television antenna wire is too close to the unit. Separate
the antenna wire of the television from the unit.
No response when remote control buttons are pressed.
≥ Check that the battery is inserted correctly (> 5).
The sliding door does not open (or malfunctions).
≥ Is the unit turned on?
≥ Is the open/close sensor turned off? (> 11)
≥ During CD playback or pause, the CD operation side of the
sliding door will not open.
≥ The open/close sensor may not react to dark objects.
≥ Depending on the lighting, the open/close sensor may
malfunction.
In this case, try moving the unit to a different place. (Do not
place this unit under strong lighting, e.g., direct sunlight or
fluorescent lights, etc.)
≥ When the open/close sensor is on, the sliding door may open/
close while operating the buttons on the top of the unit.
In this case, use the remote control.
The open/close button lights are flashing.
≥ If there is an object close to both open/close sensors, both
open/close button lights will flash and the open/close sensor
will not function.
In this case try the below:
jChanging the sensor setting to “MODE 1”. (> 11)
jMove the unit away from the object, or vice versa. (It will take
a few seconds for the unit to check if the clearance is
sufficient.)
The open/close sensor sound effect cannot be heard when
the sliding door opens/closes.
≥ This is normal while listening to the radio, during playback, etc.
or when linked to a Bluetooth® device.
iPod/iPhone does not turn on.
Cannot operate with [iPod MENU] button.
≥ Verify that the iPod/iPhone battery is not depleted before
connecting it to the unit.
≥ Before inserting the iPod/iPhone into the dock, turn both the
unit and the iPod/iPhone off. Turn the power on and select the
appropriate source.
No sound is heard from the speakers.
≥ The iPod/iPhone is not inserted correctly into the dock. Turn
the iPod/iPhone off and remove it from the dock connector.
Reinsert it and turn it on again.
≥ Make sure that the iPod/iPhone is actually playing something.
≥ Adjust the volume.
Distorted sound or the sound level is too low.
≥ Make sure the equalizer function of the iPod/iPhone is turned
off.
iPod/iPhone cannot be controlled by the remote control or
main unit.
≥ Make sure the iPod/iPhone is inserted properly into the dock.
≥ Check the dock connection and make sure that iPod/iPhone is
selected as the source of music (> 17).
iPod/iPhone does not charge.
≥ Check all connections (> 6, 17).
The name of the connected device is shown as “¢”.
≥ Character that cannot be displayed will be replaced by “¢”.
≥ An unknown device name is detected and displayed as
“¢¢¢¢¢”.
Noise is heard or broken sound.
≥ The Bluetooth®
communication distance has exceeded 10 m.
Bring the device closer to the unit.
≥ There are obstructions between the device and the unit.
Remove or avoid the obstacles.
≥ Select “MODE 1” to improve connection quality (> 19).
≥ Interference from mobile phones.
Common problems
[HC55] Open/close sensor
iPod/iPhone operations
[HC55] Bluetooth®
operations
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No response when [1/;] is pressed.
≥ Disconnect the USB device and then reconnect it.
Alternatively, turn the unit off and on again.
The USB drive or its contents cannot be read.
≥ The USB drive format or its contents is/are not compatible with
the unit (> 20).
≥ The USB host function of this product may not work with some
USB devices.
≥ USB devices with storage capacity of more than 8 GB may not
work in some instances.
Slow operation of the USB flash drive.
≥ Large file size or high memory USB flash drive takes longer
time to read.
The elapsed time displayed is different from the actual play time.
≥ Copy the data to another USB device or backup the data and
reformat the USB device.
The following messages or service numbers appear on the
unit’s display when something unusual is detected during
startup and use.
“--:--”
≥ You plugged the AC mains lead in for the first time or there was
a power failure recently. Set the time (> 13).
“ADJUST CLOCK”
≥ Clock is not set. Adjust the clock accordingly.
“ADJUST TIMER”
≥ Play timer is not set. Adjust the play timer accordingly.
“PGM FULL”
≥ The number of programmed tracks is limited to 24. No further
tracks can be programmed.
“NO PLAY”
≥ A CD-ROM disc that is not in CD-DA or MP3 format is inserted.
It cannot be played.
≥ Check the content. Only MP3 format files can be played.
≥ If there are more than 255 albums or folders (audio and
non-audio), some of the MP3 files in these albums may not be
read and played. Transfer these music albums to another
USB. Alternatively, reformat the USB device and save these
music albums prior to saving the other non-audio folders.
“ERROR”
≥ Incorrect operation is performed. Read the instructions and try again.
“F61” or “F76”
≥ There is a power supply problem. Consult the dealer.
≥ Disconnect the USB device. Turn the unit off and on again.
“AUTO OFF”
≥ The unit has been left unused for about 30 minutes and will
shut down in a minute. Press any button to cancel it.
“ILLEGAL OPEN”
≥ Sliding door is not in correct position. Turn the unit off and on again.
“NODEVICE”
≥ The iPod/iPhone device is not inserted correctly. Read the
instructions and try again (> 17).
≥ The USB device is not inserted. Check the connection.
“REMOTE 1”
≥ The main unit is in “REMOTE 1” mode. Switch the remote
control to “REMOTE 1” mode (> 20).
“REMOTE 2”
≥ The main unit is in “REMOTE 2” mode. Switch the remote
control to “REMOTE 2” mode (> 20).
[HC55] “F70”
≥ There is a Bluetooth®
module problem. Disconnect the AC
mains lead and consult your dealer.
“NO DISC”
≥ Insert the disc to be played (> 11).
“NOT SUPPORTED”
≥ You have inserted an iPod/iPhone that cannot be played
(> 17).
[HC55] “START ERROR”
≥ Check the iPhone/iPod touch.
Visit the below website for more information:
http://radio.vtuner.com/panasonic/en/
“UNLOCKED”
≥The iPod/iPhone docking switch lever is not locked in position.
Make sure that the iPod/iPhone docking switch lever is properly
pushed back into place (> 17).
[HC55] “CANNOT SET”
≥ Select an audio source other than “BLUETOOTH” or
“INTERNET RADIO”.
DAB reception is poor.
≥ Keep the antenna away from computers, televisions, other
cables and cords.
≥ Use an outdoor antenna (> 6).
“DATA”
≥ Data broadcast being received over the DAB broadcast signal
cannot be used on this unit.
“SCRAMBLED”
≥ The broadcast station being received cannot be accessed.
“NO SERVICE”
≥ The station is currently not broadcasting.
“NO SIGNAL”
≥ This station cannot be received. Check your antenna (> 6).
“SCAN FAILED”
≥ Stations are not receivable. Check your antenna and try Auto
scanning (> 6, 15, 16).
USB operations
Displayed messages
DAB operations
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Specifications
§ MPEG-1 Layer 3, MPEG-2 Layer 3
	
≥ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mass and dimensions are approximate.
≥ Total harmonic distortion is measured by a digital spectrum
analyzer.
AMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS Output Power Stereo mode
Front Ch (both ch driven) 20 W per channel (6 ≠),
1 kHz, 10 % THD
Total RMS Stereo mode power 40 W
TUNER SECTION
Preset Memory FM 30 stations
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Frequency range 87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz
(50 kHz step)
Antenna terminals 75 ≠ (unbalanced)
DAB SECTION
DAB memories 20 channels
Frequency Band (Wavelength)
Band III (UK Only) 10B to 12D
(211.648 MHz to 229.072 MHz)
Band III (Europe) 5A to 13F
(174.928 MHz to 239.200 MHz)
Sensitivity *BER 4x10-4
Min Requirement s98 dBm
DAB External Antenna
Terminal F - Connector (75 ≠)
DISC SECTION
Disc played [8 cm or 12 cm]
CD, CD-R/RW
(CD-DA, MP3§
)
Pick up
Wavelength 790 nm
Laser power CLASS 1, CLASS 1M
Audio Output (Disc)
Number of channels FL, FR, 2 ch
SPEAKER SECTION
[HC55]
Type 2 way, 2 speaker system
(Passive Radiator)
Speaker unit(s)
Woofer 6.5 cm Cone typek1 per
channel
Tweeter 1.5 cm Piezo typek1 per
channel
Passive Radiator 8 cmk2 per channel
Impedance 6 ≠
[HC35]
Type 1 way, 1 speaker system
(Passive Radiator)
Speaker unit(s)
Full range 6.5 cm Cone typek1 per
channel
Passive Radiator 8 cm k2 per channel
Impedance 6 ≠
[HC55] BLUETOOTH SECTION
Bluetooth® system specification V2.1 + EDR
Wireless equipment
classification Class 2 (2.5 mW)
Supported profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP
Frequency band 2402 MHz to 2480 MHz
(Adaptive Frequency
Hopping)
Driving distance 10 m Line of Sight
(iPhone 4, at height 1 m, in
“MODE 1”)
TERMINAL SECTION
Phone jack
Terminal Stereo, ‰3.5 mm jack
AUX (Rear)
Terminal Stereo, ‰3.5 mm jack
USB Port
USB Standard USB 2.0 full speed
Media file format support MP3 (¢.mp3)
USB device file system FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
USB port power Max 500 mA
GENERAL
Power consumption 28 W
Power consumption in standby mode
Approx. 0.2 W
Power supply AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz
Dimensions (WkHkD) With stand
480 mmk194 mmk84 mm
Without stand
480 mmk194 mmk69 mm
Mass Approx. 2.4 kg
Operating temperature range 0 oC to r40 oC
Operating humidity range 35 % to 80 % RH
(no condensation)
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Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
Panasonic Corporation
Web Site: http://panasonic.net
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Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old
Equipment and used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging,
and/or accompanying documents mean that
used electrical and electronic products and
batteries should not be mixed with general
household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling
of old products and used batteries, please take
them to applicable collection points, in
accordance with your national legislation and
the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries
correctly, you will help to save valuable
resources and prevent any potential negative
effects on human health and the environment
which could otherwise arise from inappropriate
waste handling.
For more information about collection and
recycling of old products and batteries, please
contact your local municipality, your waste
disposal service or the point of sale where you
purchased the items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect
disposal of this waste, in accordance with
national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic
equipment, please contact your dealer or
supplier for further information.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries
outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European
Union. If you wish to discard these items,
please contact your local authorities or dealer
and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two
symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with
a chemical symbol. In this case it complies
with the requirement set by the Directive for
the chemical involved.
Cd
For SC-HC55DB only
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