Declaration of Conformity DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Bose Corporation, The Mountain, Framingham, MA acknowledge our sole responsibility, Kind of equipment: Compact Disc Player Type designation: Bose In accordance with EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and Article 10(1) of the Directive, is in compliance with the following...
WARNING: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The CD player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel. WARNING: Dispose of used batteries promptly and properly, following any local regulations.
About Your CD Player Before you use the Bose PM-1 Portable ® Compact Disc Player This guide will help you enjoy the compact disc player that came with your Bose product. ® Load the Batteries Slide the compartment door as shown. The diagram next to the compartment door shows the positioning of the positive and negative battery terminals.
Connecting Headphones To make the headphone connection, insert the headphone plug in the jack on the side of the CD player. Selecting Compatible Discs Your CD player can play audio CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs. The CD Player Controls Previous Track...
Play/Pause Button Press to turn the CD player ON or to play a track when the player is stopped, paused, or OFF. The CD player will continue playing until Pause or Stop are pressed or all tracks are played.
Next Track/Previous Track Button When a CD is being played, press this button to advance to the next track. If the last track on a CD is being played, pressing Next Track will advance play to the first track on the CD. When a CD is being played, press the Previous Track button to play the beginning of that track.
When the player is OFF, you press Play/Pause when Hold is ON. The Hold symbol is not displayed when Hold is OFF. You can lock the CD player to prevent the settings from changing during playback or when the player is OFF.
When a CD is paused, the track number continues to be displayed, and the elapsed time flashes at the point where playback was paused. When the CD player is OFF, the display is blank. Low Battery Symbol When about 10 minutes of playing time remain, the low battery symbol appears and flashes until the player is turned OFF or the battery runs out of power.
Play Modes Press the Mode button to cycle through the five Play Modes: Normal – press Play This is the default mode when Play is pressed. No graphic is displayed. Repeat – press Mode once In Normal mode, press the Mode button once to repeat the selected track.
Care Battery Replacement The CD player uses two AA (LR06 alkaline) batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries. Insert the batteries into the player with the positive and negative battery terminals aligned with + and – symbols shown on the case next to the battery compartment Note: You can use rechargeable batteries (NiMH, composed of nickel metal hydride, are recommended).