Coby CX-CD1112 manual

Coby CX-CD1112
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(5)When CD track data has been read.
Unit will start play from track No.1
automatically.
The CD mechanism and the sensitive circuitry may cause interference
to a radio tuner nearby. Do not operate this unit while operating other
radio devices.
Danger This product utilizes invisible laser
radiation. Avoid direct exposure to
the beam.
Caution Use of controls, adjustments or procedures not listed in
this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Only compact discs identified with this mark can
be used with this player.
COMPAC T
DIGITAL AUD IO
(4)LCD screen shows "Er" if the unit can not
read CD track data.
(1)Press ( )button to turn
on the power.
PLAY/PAUSE
Press )button to stop play,
and the last track number will display.
STOP(
Press )button to pause
on/off alternately.
Timer will flash on pause mode.
Press PLAY/PAUSE button again, then the
the unit displays continually and plays the
current track .
PLAY/PAUSE(
(3) In pause mode, press (or )
button to play the next track (or previous track).
The unit will keep in pause mode.
FF REW
(1) Press (or )button to select the
desired track# . Press
button to play. Press
(or )
button to change the track # during the play
mode.
FF REW
PLAY/PAUSE
FF REW
(2) During play, press button to play
previous track.
REW
Press FF button
Press REW button at the head of NO.4
(2) Press MODE button twice to repeat
all tracks.
(1) Press MODE button once
to repeat one track.
(2) Press PLAY button to start INTRO from track
No.1.
To listen to the first 10 seconds of each track.(1) Press MODE button three times and INTRO will flash.
During play, press and hold
(or
) button to fast forward (or
fast reverse) to the current track.
FF
REW
(2) Press ( ) button to play
tracks in random order.
PLAY/PAUSE
(3) Press
FF button to play tracks in random order.
(5) To cancel RANDOM mode, press RAND
or ( )button.STOP
(d) Repeat (b)~(c)to set up 20 tracks.
The display will show the current set track.
(e) Tracks set can be checked by pressing
button.PROG.
(1)
TO PROGRAM
INTRO PLAY
(c) When desired track is displayed, press
button to set.PGM.
(a)Press button at stop mode and
"PROG" will display and flash.
PGM
(2)
Press ( )button to start the
programmed tracks.
TO COMPLETE THE PROGRAMMING
AND TO PLAY
PLAY/PAUSE
(b) Press (or ) button to select
the track number.
FF REW
(2) When the voltage is too low, the unit will
automatically turn off.
(1) is displayed when the battery voltage
reaches low.
(3) TO CLEAR THE PROGRAMMING
Press ( )button.STOP
(1) Press RAND button to play tracks in
random order. RND will flash.
(2)LCD shows" "and then total number of all
the tracks.
(3)LCD shows NO DISC when CD is not in the unit.
Maximum Output (Stereo Headphone..15mW+15mW(32ohm)
Single Output........................................0.6V, 47kohm
AC Adapter......................................120V 60Hz(not included in CX-CD116)
DC....................................................4.5V with DC Adapter
3V with 2 size "AA" Batteries(not included)

General

1
ALL
RND
INTRO
RND
RND
PROG
PROG
Due to the nature of CD technology, the unit uses power even when the
RAND
Do not attempt to recharge alkaline batteries . This may cause leakage
and damage to the unit.
Do not mix alkaline batteries with rechargeable batteries.
Do not leave the batteries on recharge for long periods of time. This can
damage the performance of the cells.
unit is off. To extend the batteries' life, use the adapter for indoor opera-
tion or where power is supplied. Use the battery operation only when the
unit is in mobile.
The Dynamic Bass Boost System(DBBS) enhances the low frequency(Bass)
response of the output. Set the Volume to low listening level and press DBBS
switch in the direction of the arrow to turn this function ON.
Note: Some CD's with DBBS may exceed the bass response capacity and
can cause distortion. To avoid this, do not play DBBS in high volume.
Playing DBBS in high volume may cause damage to the headphone and
more importantly, to your hearing.
Hearing experts advise against the constant use of personal stereos played
at high volume. Constant high volume use can lead to hearing loss. If you
experience ringing in the ears or hearing loss, discontinue use and seek
medical advice.
This HOLD function prevents any unwanted function changes during PLAY
or STOP mode. Slide HOLD switch to the arrow direction (or opposite) to
turn the function ON (OFF). No other function buttons operate on HOLD
mode, except DBBS function button.
.
Your unit operates on two(2)AA size alkaline batteries. Open the battery compartment cover and insert the batteries in the battery compartment following the polarity diagram located inside.You can operate this unit with two "AA" rechargeable batteries.For new or exhausted rechargeable batteries, we recommend thatbatteries are recharged for 15 hours before use.(Refer to battery manufacturer's guide)When operating the unit with AC adapter and non-rechargeablebatteries in the compartment, please make sure to set the "charge" switch to "off" position to avoid damaging the unit.
To remove the disc from its storage case, press down on the center of
the case and lift the disc out. Hold it carefully by the edges as shown
below.
3. Unplug the AC adapter after charging.DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERIES MORE THAN 24 HOURSOR MORE THAN RECOMMENDED TIME. OVERCHARGINGMAY DETERIORATE THE PERFORMANCE OF THERECHARGEABLE BATTERIES.4.If the operating time decreases drastically after the batterieshave been recharged properly, purchase new rechargeable NiCdbatteries.RR1.Open the battery compartment cover and insert the rechargeable batteries (2 x "AA" )in the battery compartment following the polarity diagram located inside BOTH BATTERIES MUST BE RECHARGEABLE NiCd TYPES OR THE BATTERIES MAY EXPLODE OR LEAK.2.Plug in AC adapter and slide the "CHARGE SWITCH" to "ON" position to start charging USE ONLY THE AC ADAPTER SUPPLIED WITH THE UNIT FOR CHARGING.
direction to remove dust, fingerprints or any other particles on the
disc surface. Never use chemicals, such as record sprays , anti-static
sprays, benzene or thinners to clean the CD. These chemicals can
damage the disc surface permanently.
To avoid serious scratches on CD, keep them in the cases after each
use. Scratches can cause the laser pick-up skip in the future play.
Do not place stickers or write anything on the disc.
Read the instruction manual before operating this unit.
Do not expose the unit to high temperature or humidity.
Use dampened soft cloth to clean the unit. Do not use strong
detergent or solvent to clean the unit.
Ensure that all electrical connections (including the main plug,
extension leads and interconnections between pieces of equipment)
are properly made and in accordance with the manufacture's
instructions.
Consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation,
operation or safety of your equipment
Stop buttonDC jackLCD DisplayPlay/Pause buttonVolume control Hold switchDBBS switchHeadphone jackPROG buttonMODE buttonCharge switchREW button

CX-CD1112

FF buttonOpen door lockRANDOM button

PORTABLE CD PLAYER

BATTERY OPERATION (BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED)
RE-CHARGEABLE BATTERY OPERATION
(BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED)
Insert the disc into the unit with the label of the disc facing up.
Gently wipe the disc using a soft cloth from the center to the outer
RAND
ALL
PROG
HOLD
RNDINTRO
1
(4) During RANDOM mode, press MODE button one
time can repeat one track. RND and will
flash.
1
1
RND
ALL
(4) During RANDOM mode, press MODE button two
times can repeat all tracks. RND and will
flash.
ALL
PROP. 65 WARNING:
Handling the coated electrical wires of this product exposes you to
lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects and other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after use.
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CX-CD1112
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