Silvercrest KH 2279 Operating Instructions Manual

Portable mp3-cd player


KH 2279
Controls, displays and connections on the MP3-CD player
Portable MP3-CD Player
Upper Side:
Left hand side:
  Operating Instructions
 
s a o i
Right hand side:
d f
g h
Inside CD compartment:


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  • Page 1 KH 2279 Controls, displays and connections on the MP3-CD player Portable MP3-CD Player Upper Side: Left hand side: d f g h Frontside: Downside:   Operating Instructions   s a o i Right hand side: Inside CD compartment:...
  • Page 2 This warranty does not affect your statutory rights. This warranty applies only to the initial purchaser and is non-transferable.  Kompernass Service United Kingdom Alpine House, Premier Business Park Long Street, Walsall West Midlands, WS2 9DY Tel.: 08707/876177 Fax: 01922/725417 e-mail:
  • Page 3 Operating Instructions Silvercrest KH 2279 Portable MP3-CD Player with electronic digital anti-shock system...
  • Page 5 Controls, displays and connections on the MP3-CD player Upper side CD compartment ESP/10+/ALBUM button STOP button PLAY/PAUSE button SKIP backwards button SKIP forwards button LCD display EQ/PROGRAM button MODE button VOL + button VOL – button Left hand side DC 4,5 V socket for mains adapter HOLD slide BASS BOOST ON/OFF slide CHARGE indicator...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents 2. Safety instructions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 3.
  • Page 7: Safety Instructions

    2. Safety instructions Place the MP3-CD player, be it for stationary use, - e.g. at home – or when en route, on a level, smooth non-slip base so that the MP3-CD player cannot slip. This applies particularly when the MP3-CD player is operated in a car. To prevent damage, functional interference and the danger of an electric shock do not use the set …...
  • Page 8: Included

    CD cassette adapter b) Mains adapter for in-car cigarette lighter socket 9. These operating instructions 4. Use The Silvercrest KH 2279 portable MP3-CD Player is intended exclusively ... • as an entertainment electronics system • to playback audio CDs, CR-Rs and CR-RW with data in audio CD format (.cda) and MP3 format (.mp3)
  • Page 9: Functions

    5. Functions • Playback of audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs with data in audio-CD format (.cda) and MP3 format (.mp3) up to 256 kbps. “ESP” Electronic digital anti-shock system with 60 seconds (conventional audio CDs) and • 100 seconds (MP3 CDs) interim storage. •...
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    7. Getting started 7.1. Connecting to the power supply The portable MP3-CD player can be operated with … • the supplied mains adapter plugged into a mains socket • or with batteries. 7.1.1. Mains operation To operate the portable MP3-CD player from the mains … Insert the plug on the cable of the mains adapter in the “DC 4.5 V”...
  • Page 11: Exchanging Batteries

    Insert the two included rechargeable batteries or two non-rechargeable batteries (type AA, 1.5 V) into the battery compartment. Ensure that the batteries are inserted into the battery compartment according to their polarity – as indicated inside the battery compartment Warning! ™...
  • Page 12: Conventional Audio Cds

    Open the battery compartment inside the CD compartment and insert the two re- chargeable batteries. Ensure that the batteries are inserted into the battery compartment according to their polarity – as indicated inside the battery compartment. Close the battery compartment cover. It must be audibly locked in place. Close the CD compartment by pressing down the cover until it is audibly locked in place.
  • Page 13 Info ô ESP is the abbreviation for “Electronic Shock Protection” system of the Silvercrest KH 2279 portable MP3-CD Player. The ESP system is automatically switched on when playing audio and MP3 CDs. The system ensures that playback of CDs, MP3-CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs is not impaired when the player is exposed to shocks and vibrations.
  • Page 14: Setting The Playback Volume

    Please note! ô The ESP system cannot prevent damage to the MP3-CD player as a result of jolts or vibra- tions or if the player is dropped! Ensure that the MP3-CD player is transported or stands as vibration-free as possible and that it cannot fall down from its location point. The MP3-CD player can be irreparably damaged by shocks and vibrations or if it falls down! The first track on the audio CD is then played.
  • Page 15: Ending Playback (Stop Mode)

    8.5. Ending playback (STOP mode) Press the “STOP” button once to end playback. The MP3-CD player is then in STOP mode and the following is indicated on the display … The total number of tracks on the loaded CD • •...
  • Page 16: Fast Search Forward/Back

    If the “10+/ESP/Album” button is pressed in PAUSE or STOP mode, then the “PLAY/PAUSE” button has to be pressed to playback the selected track. 8.7. Fast search forward/back Proceed in the following manner to select a certain section within a track that is being played in fast search forward/back …...
  • Page 17: Intro Play Function

    Press the “PLAY/PAUSE” button once to start playback of the programmed compilation of tracks. To end playback of the compiled tracks press the “STOP” button once. The programmed com- pilation of tracks continues to be stored and the display continues to indicate “PROG”. To renew playback of the programmed compilation of tracks press the “PLAY/PAUSE”...
  • Page 18: Random Playback (Shuffle)

    8.10. Random playback (SHUFFLE) With the “SHUFF” function it is possible to play all tracks of a loaded CD in a random sequence. Proceed in the following manner to switch on random playback … In the event that a CD is being played, then first end playback by pressing the “STOP” but- ton once.
  • Page 19: Repeat Playback Of All Cd Tracks

    The selected track continues to be repeated until … • press the “STOP” button once to end repeat playback, press the “MODE” button four times to return to normal playback mode. • 8.11.2. Repeat playback of all CD tracks To repeat all tracks on the loaded CD press the “MODE” button twice during playback of a track.
  • Page 20: Title Selection

    If the title designation under which a currently playing MP3-file was stored on the loaded CD (e.g. song title and artist) is too long to be shown in its entirety on the display, then the title designa- tion is continuously scrolled to the left during playback. 9.2.
  • Page 21: Random Playback (Shuffle)

    Press the “MODE” button four times. “INTRO” appears on the display. Then press the “PLAY/PAUSE” button once to start the Intro play function. To end the Intro play function … • press the “MODE” button twice; “INTRO” is faded out on the display or •...
  • Page 22: Repeated Playback Of A Single Title

    9.6.1. Repeated playback of a single title To repeat a single music title of a loaded MP3-CD press the “MODE” button during playback of the desired title. “REPT 1” appears on the LCD display. The selected title will then be continuously repeated until … •...
  • Page 23 Press the “EQ./PROGRAM” button once. “01” will flash on the display. Select with the “SKIP/SEARCH 8” or “SKIP/SEARCH 7” button the directory holding the first title that you wish to program. Press the “EQ./PROGRAM” button once again. The title number “000” will flash on the dis- play.
  • Page 24: Selecting Tracks By Their Name

    9.8. Selecting tracks by their name With MP3-CDs it is possible to search for tracks on the loaded MP3-CD by entering the begin- ning of the track name. The entry is then compared with the first 10 places of the track names on the MP3-CD. Conse- quently it is necessary to ensure that you are aware of the title designation system of the loaded MP3-CD (e.g.
  • Page 25: Button Lock (Hold)

    Proceed in the following manner to set different equalizer curves … If the found title is currently played, the MP3-CD player will stop playback automatically. Press during playback the “EQ./PROGRAM” button. “DBB” will appear for three seconds on the display. This indicates that the “DBB”...
  • Page 26: Connecting And Using The Accessories

    13. Connecting and using the accessories 13.1. Remote control When the remote control is connected to the MP3-CD player all functions of the player can be operated by the remote control. Functions of the remote control buttons equivalent to… Button on the remote control <...
  • Page 27: Car Adapter Set

    Warning! ™ The Silvercrest KH 2279 portable MP3-CD player must only be used with the supplied cigarette lighter power adapter. The use of any other cigarette lighter power adapter could cause irreparable damage to the portable MP3-CD player.
  • Page 28: After Use

    Insert the plug at the other end of the adapter cable into the “DC 4.5 V” socket on the left-hand side of the portable MP3-CD player. The MP3-CD player will then be supplied with power from the car’s electrical system. Insert the car cassette adapter into the cassette deck of the car’s radio in such a manner that the side with the connecting cable is pointing towards you.
  • Page 29: Functional Faults

    Please note! ô Fingerprints and moisture on the laser scanning lens will cause faulty CD playback! 15. Functional faults In the event that functional faults arise during operation of the MP3-CD player, then first dis- connect the mains adapter from the player or, alternatively, remove the batteries. ›...
  • Page 30: Disposing Of The Mp3-Cd Player

    • quality differences between various different CD manufacturers, • differences between various different CD burners, • differences between various different programs used to burn CDs, • or different settings used to burn CDs. This does not indicate faulty functioning of the MP3 CD player. ›...

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