Silvercrest KH 2279 Operating Instructions Manual page 13

Portable mp3-cd player
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Prior to first-time use:
Remove the cardboard transport protection from the CD compartment.
Insert the jack plug of the supplied earphones into the "PHONES" socket on the right-hand
side of the MP3-CD player.
Place a CD – label side up – on the axle in the middle of the CD compartment. Press the CD
down lightly until it is percept-ibly engaged.
Close the CD compartment by pressing down the cover until it is perceptibly engaged.
Press the "PLAY/PAUSE" button. "READING" now appears on the display and the MP3-CD
player now reads in the information from the loaded CD.
The first track of the loaded audio CD is then automatically played.
The following is indicated on the display:
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.
The digital data of the loaded CD, equalling a playback period of 60 seconds, is temporarily
stored in a read-ahead memory buffer. As soon as this memory is full – recognisable by the
bar in the memory display of the LCD display – the next data from the loaded CD is over-
written (once again 60 seconds of playback).
If the player is exposed to a shock during playback, then the data stored in the read-ahead
memory buffer is read out for interference-free playback. This gives the laser scanner time
to re-stabilise and read in new data from the CD. After the data from the read-ahead memo-
ry buffer have been collected, new data are transferred to the memory.
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