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  • Brand: Siemens
  • Product: CD-player
  • Model/name: BB 1320
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German, French, Italian

Table of Contents

Page: 10
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety Instructions and Important Information About Intended Use Safety
Instructions and Important Information About Intended Use
Please read the following instructions and safety notes thoroughly before
starting to use your product!
 Intended Use: this boombox has been designed for playing back CD discs and reception of
Radio broadcast. If the product is not used according to the instructions, the user’s and other
persons’ safety is not guaranteed and the warranty will be void.
 User manual: please read this User Manual thoroughly and keep it for any future reference in
a safe place. For your own safety and in order to familiarize yourself with the different
functions of the product, please follow the instructions in this manual carefully.
When passing this product to other persons, please also hand over this User Manual.
Please also read the user manuals of all devices that you are going to connect to this device.
 Connecting to the Power Supply: do not use the device if the device or its cables present
visible damage. Connect the device only to the voltage indicated on the corresponding label
on the product. Never connect the device to a different voltage. Connect the device to
grounded power outlets that comply with the corresponding safety standards only. Do not
bend or squeeze the cables.
WARNING: Inside the device there is dangerous voltage. Never open the housing of the
device: there is risk of personal injury by electric shock.
In order to completely disconnect the device from the mains, the power plug must be pulled out
from the wall outlet. Make sure that you can remove the power plug at any time. Always pull
the power cord from the plug and never from the cable itself. Electric storms may damage any
electric equipment; therefore disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet during a
thunderstorm. It is also recommended to disconnect the device from the mains and to remove
any batteries when you are intending not to use the device for a longer time.
 Objects inside the device: make sure that no foreign objects or liquids enter the device via
the ventilation holes or other openings. There is risk of electric shock, damage to the device
and short-circuit. In case of any emergency, immediately pull the power plug and contact a
qualified service technician.
 Laser product: CD-products employ a laser system (Class 1 Laser). To ensure proper use of
this product please read this owner’s manual carefully and retain for future reference. There is
laser radiation inside the device. Laser radiation can damage your eyes permanently. To
prevent direct exposure to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure. Never attempt to
repair the device. Hazardous laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated.
DANGER: do not expose yourself to the laser beam!
 Installation: place the device onto a flat and even surface. Never cover the ventilation holes
of the device and make sure that the air can easily flow around the device (keep at least 10
cm / 4 inch space on the back and sides).
The device has anti-skid rubber feet. Over the long-term, these feet can dissolve due to
chemical substances. It is recommended that you place the device on an anti-skid surface.
WARNING: do not use this device outdoors!
 Condensation: when bringing this device from a cold to a warm environment (e.g. after
transportation) moisture can condensate inside the device. In order to protect the device from
damage and failure wait at least 2 hours prior to using the device.
 Health injury: extremely high audio volumes can damage your hearing permanently.
Therefore carefully adjust the volume, especially if you enjoy sound via headphones or
earphones (option).
Connect the headphones or earphones to the device (if available - option) prior to powering it
on, as connecting it when already powered on can produce high sound levels causing damage
to your hearing.
 Children: Do not allow children to play with electrical devices. Children may not be able to
comprehend the presence of potential risks.
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 Batteries: Keep batteries away from children. Always replace all the batteries at the same
time (never mix old and new batteries). Do not short-circuit any batteries. Keep batteries away
from any heat sources (direct sun radiation, fire etc.). There is risk of explosion when misusing
the batteries.
 Do not place any objects on the device and never apply any pressure onto the housing or
the display. Do not place any recipients containing liquids (beverages, vases, etc.) onto or
next to the device. Do not place any fire sources (such as candles) onto the device. This could
damage the product.
 Environmental effects: Keep the device away from any heat sources (heating equipment,
ovens, cooking places, candlelight, etc.), direct sun radiation, dirt, dust, vibrations, strong
magnetic fields, moisture and rain.
 Cleaning: Disconnect from the mains supply. Clean the device with a soft, slightly moistened
cloth. Do not use any chemicals, alcohol or solvents for cleaning. The finish of the device can
be damaged by using these substances. Always make sure that no moisture enters the device.
 Servicing: when using the device according to the operating instructions, no special service
or maintenance is required. In case of any loss of performance or other malfunction, contact a
qualified service technician.
 Repairs: never open the device! Any repairs must be performed by authorized technicians or
service personnel. Any unauthorised opening or modification will void the warranty and also
the safety of the product may be altered.
WARNING: Inside the device there is dangerous voltage. Never open the housing of the
device: there is risk of personal injury by electric shock.
Environment
Old batteries do not belong in with the domestic waste!
Consumers are obliged by law to return any old batteries and rechargeable
batteries to the corresponding local and/or public collection centres or to return
them to the retail shops. This ensures that batteries will be disposed of respecting
the environment.
Make sure to return any batteries and rechargeable batteries discharged.
Disposal of old electric and electronic devices:
The icon of a dashed-out waste bin means that a separate disposal of
electric/electronic equipment is necessary.
According to the Legislation of the European Union, any electric and electronic
devices may not be disposed of with domestic trash but must be returned to a
special collection center enabled for the recycling of these devices. The local waste
companies should have set up specific collecting centres for this purpose, allowing
private consumers to return any old devices for free. Please contact your local
authorities or the local waste company for the available disposal possibilities.
Please support us actively by protecting the environment and recycle this product accordingly by
returning it to a specific collection centre. This will protect the environment, other people and
yourself. Thank you very much!
Disposal of Packaging and Packaging Materials:
Packaging and any packaging materials do not belong in with the domestic waste! Your system
consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized
company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS…………………………………………………… GB-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS……………………………………………………… GB-3
BOX CONTENTS……..……………………………………………………… GB-3
MAIN FEATURES……..……………………………………………………… GB-3
LOCATION OF CONTROLS………………………………………………… GB-4
POWER SUPPLY….………………………………………………………… GB-4
BASIC OPERATION..………………………………………………………… GB-5
RADIO OPERATION………………………………………………………… GB-5
CD / MP3 / WMA PLAYER OPERATION………………………………… GB-5
USB DEVICE OPERATION……..…………………………………………… GB-6
AUX IN FUNCTION ………….……………………………………………… GB-7
MAINTENANCE……………………………………………………………… GB-7
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE……………………………………………… GB-7
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS…………………………………………… GB-8
GLOSSARY…………………………………………………………………… GB-8
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY………………………………………… GB-8
BOX CONTENTS
1. Main unit 3. Instruction manual
2. AC power cord
MAIN FEATURES
• CD PLAYER/ USB
- Top loading CD player
- Support CD-DA/ MP3-CD/ WMA-CD/ CD-R/ CD-RW playback
- Programme memory for CD & MP3
- Repeat one/ ALL, mix
- USB port supports playback of MP3/ WMA music
• RADIO
- FM analogue tuner
- FM telescopic antenna
• OTHERS
- Aux in jack allows connection of external audio device
- Battery operated DC 9V, 6 X 1.5V, R14/ UM-2/ ”C” size (not included)
- AC operated
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
1. NEXT button
2. FOLDER UP button
3. PROGRAM button
4. CD compartment
5. FM stereo LED
6. FUNCTION switch
7. PLAY MODE button
8. MODE (FM stereo/mono) switch
9. TUNING dial
10. USB port
11. AUX IN jack
12. Open/Close CD
13. Handle
14. VOLUME dial
15. PREVIOUS button
16. PLAY/ PAUSE button
17. STOP / CD/USB button
18. LCD display
19. Speaker
20. AC ~ socket
21. Battery compartment
22. FM antenna
POWER SUPPLY
Using the AC power supply
Insert the AC power cord into an AC mains outlet with a 230V AC ~ 50Hz power
source and insert the other end into the AC ~ socket at the back of the unit.
Using batteries
1. Open the battery compartment.
2. Insert 6 UM2/ “C” size batteries (not supplied) with the polarities (+/-) matching
the markings in the battery compartment. Reversed batteries may damage
the unit.
3. Close the battery compartment.
Note: When AC power is supplied, the battery power is cut off automatically.
Precautions when using batteries
1. Use only the size and type of batteries specified.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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13 14
15
16
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19
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GB-5
2. Do not mix different types of batteries together (e.g. alkaline, rechargeable and
standard (carbon zinc)) or old batteries with fresh ones.
3. Exhausted batteries must be removed to prevent any battery leakage.
4. Dispose of batteries properly according to environmental regulations.
BASIC OPERATION
Selecting the source
Set the FUNCTION switch to select one of the following sources: OFF, RADIO or
CD/USB/AUX.
VOLUME control
Turn the VOLUME dial to adjust the volume level.
RADIO OPERATION
Listening to the radio
1. When the unit is switched on, set the FUNCTION switch to select RADIO
mode.
2. In radio mode, set the MODE switch to select FM ST or FM MONO.
3. Turn the TUNING dial to receive a station. The radio frequency is indicated on
the tuning dial.
Achieving optimum reception
In FM mode, extend and position the FM antenna to achieve optimum reception.
CD / MP3 / WMA PLAYER OPERATION
Start playback
1. Open the CD compartment.
2. Insert a disc with the label side facing up.
3. Close the CD compartment.
4. Set the FUNCTION switch to select “CD”. It will read the disc and after reading,
the total number of tracks will be displayed.
Press the button to start playback from the first track.
During playback, the track number will be displayed.
Pause playback
Press the button to pause playback. The “►” symbol will flash. Press this
button again to resume playback.
Stop playback
Press the button to stop playback. Press the button to start playback from
the first track.
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Search function
Skip to the next/ previous track
1. Press the button to skip to the next track.
2. Press the button once to skip to the beginning of the current track. Press it
twice to skip to the previous track.
Search within a track
During playback, hold down the or button to go fast backwards or forwards
and then release the button. Normal playback will resume from that point.
Skip to the next folder (for MP3/ WMA files only)
Press the FOLDER UP button to skip to the next folder.
REPEAT/RANDOM playback
During playback, press the PLAY MODE button repeatedly to select the playback
mode according to the following table:
File Playback mode
CD
Repeat One (“REP” appears on the display), Repeat All (“REP
ALL” lights up on the display), Random (“MIX” appears on the
display).
MP3/WMA
files
Repeat One (“REP” appears), Repeat Folder (“REP FOLDER”
appears on the display), Repeat All (“REP ALL” appears on the
display), Random (“MIX” appears on the display)
Programmed playback
You can program up to 20 tracks.
1. In STOP mode, press the PROGRAM button and the track number “P01” will
flash.
2. Press the / buttons to select the track number.
3. Press the PROGRAM button to confirm.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to program other tracks.
5. To play the program, press the button.
6. To clear the program, press the button twice or open/close the CD
compartment or go to standby mode.
When programming a CD containing MP3/ WMA files, you can press the
FOLDER UP button to select the folder in which you want to program the tracks.
USB DEVICE OPERATION
Insert a USB device into the USB port. When the unit is
switched on, set the FUNCTION switchto select the
“CD/USB” mode. In stop mode, press the button to select
“USB” mode. Refer to “CD/ MP3 / WMA PLAYER
OPERATION” to play MP3/ WMA files.
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Note: Due to technical differences, some models of USB storage devices or MP3
players may take longer to be read. In some cases, they may not even be
read.
USB stick should be direct connected or with a cable with max. 0.5 m length.
AUX IN FUNCTION
This unit has an AUX IN jack which allows you to connect an external audio
device (such as an MP3 player) using a cable.
1. Set the FUNCTION switch to AUX.
2. Plug an audio cable (not supplied) into the AUX IN jack.
3. Operate your external audio device as usual to select and play music.
4. Adjust the volume controls on both your external audio device and this unit to
the desired volume level.
Note: In AUX IN mode, this unit display cannot show any music information (e.g.
track number) for your external audio device.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning CD discs
If the music skips or does not play, the disc may need cleaning. Before playback,
wipe the disc from the center out with a clean cloth. After use, store the disc in its
case.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problems Recommendations
1. The player or
display does not
work properly.
1.1Set the FUNCTION switch to OFF mode and set it
again to other mode to turn on the unit.
1.2Reset by unplugging the AC power cord for few
seconds, then plug it back in.
2. The disc does
not play.
2.1 Place the disc with the label side facing up.
2.2 Ensure that the disc is free from scratches and
fingerprints.
2.3 Check that the discs/ file formats are compatible;
refer to “TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS”.
2.4 Clean the disc.
3. USB device is not
read.
3.1 Check that the USB device file system is in FAT or
FAT32 format.
3.2 Due to different formats, some models of USB
storage devices or MP3 players may not be read.
4. Noise or
distorted sound
in radio mode.
4.1 FM mode: extend and position the FM antenna to
achieve the best reception.
4.2 Set the MODE switch to FM MONO.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
CD/ USB
Compatible discs and files CD, CD-R/RW, CD-DA, MP3 and WMA
USB port type 2.0
Radio
Tuning range FM: 88 – 108 MHz
Antennas FM: telescopic antenna
General
Output power (RMS) 2 x 0.85 W (AC power)
Power consumption 7 W
Standby power consumption < 1 W
Speakers 2.5” diameter, 8 Ohm impedance
Power source AC 230V ~ 50Hz
DC 9V: 6 x 1.5V batteries UM2/”C” size
Dimension 130 (H) x 248 (W) x 252 (D) mm
Weight 1.5 Kg
Note: Due to continuing improvements, the technical specifications are subject to
change without notice.
GLOSSARY
CD: Abbreviation for Compact Disc Read Only Memory (CD-ROM), a pressed disc
(produced in a factory) with data which can be read by a computer but not written to.
CD-R: A CD-R (recordable) is a blank CD which you can record on a one-off basis on
a computer with a CD writer and suitable software. Up to around 650 MB of data can
be stored on a CD-R.
CD-RW: A re-writable Compact Disc onto which you can record and delete several
times, but not an infinite number, using a computer with a CD writer and suitable
software. Up to around 650 MB of data can be stored on a CD-RW.
MP3: An audio signal compression process developed by the Moving Pictures Expert
Group. However, the compression process does mean compromising on quality.
USB: The Universal Serial Bus is one of the most popular interfaces for data transfer
between different devices. It can be used to connect a whole range of external devices
(Memory stick, MP3 and MP4 players, etc.) to this unit in order to play the video and
audio files recorded on these devices.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This product fulfils the following EU regulations:
EN60065: 2001 + A1: 2005 + A2: 2010
EN55013: 2001 + A1 + A2
EN61000-3-2: 2006 + A1 + A2
EN61000-3-3: 2008
EN55020: 2007

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