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Philips CDR 765 Owner's Manual

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CDR 765
CD Recorder/Player

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  • Page 1 PHILIPS CDR 765 CD Recorder/Player...
  • Page 2 IMPORTANT SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS 11. Grounding or Polarization - The p_ecautions that should 1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instrucUons should be read before the appliance is operated. taken so that the grounding or polarization means of an appliance is not defeated.
  • Page 3 GENERALINFORMATION CAUTION CAUTION USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY FULLY INSERTED. RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. ATTENTION POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPON-...
  • Page 4 CANADA... accident, unauthorized repair or other cause not within the control of Philips Consumer Electronics Company. Take the product to a Philips consumer service center (listed below), • reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or self=servicing dealer ar autorized service depot.
  • Page 5 CONTENTS l English............ 4 Fran_ais ..........22 I Espa_ol..........40 I,IJ...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Maintenance ..............soundsand enhancedthe pleasuresof audio Accessories ..............Compactdisc technologypermitsa high contrast in both loud and quiet passages, with perfectchannelseparation.Philips OPERATINGBu'rroNs AND CONNECTIONS has continuedto develop compactdisctechnology andthe Operating buttons on the front ........6 result is the CDrecorder.
  • Page 7: Discfor Recording

    CD-RW compatible CO players IReWdtable] andrecorders. Donotexpose theCORecorder/Player In the courseof 1999most Philips CDplayers and recorders thebatteriesor COs to extreme will be CD-RWcompatible. humidity, r ain,sandor excessive h eat fromheatingequipment or direct sunlight. IOiscs for playback...
  • Page 8: Operatingbu'rrons And Connections

    OPERATINGBUT]'ONSAND CONNECTIONS 121 i13J 14 !15 1i6 19[ ;20 a !4 [_ PAUSEII ..interrupt play IOperating buttons on the front STOP • ..stops Disctray CD recorder [_ OPEN/CLOSE ..open/closedisc tray PHONES ..plug for headphones [_ DISPLAY ..select display information ON/OFF ...
  • Page 9: Display

    DISPLAY [DISPLAY explanation The display has a sectionfor the CORecorderand a section I.LI for the CD Player. LJ "q.i _ -V/ ,us, ,, _E,F_TI_/// ;2-° [_AUTQTRACK TOTAL flEM TRACK TIM[ t','_USE ANALOG pT P_OG REPEAT1 CD player section DUAL ... play CDRecorderand CDPlayer separately SHUFFLE..
  • Page 10: Display Messages

    DISPLAY IDISPLAY messages Messages,as listed and explainedhere may appear on the display for yourguidance. FERd ins ..p layer is readingdisc information OPE ...... d uringOPCprocedure SPE n ....duringtray opening ELunSE ....d uringtray closing l]S[]d 15C ..n o disc inserted, or disc unreadable UPdRkE ....
  • Page 11: Connections General

    INSTALLATION JAnalogueconnections CD Recorder & CD PlayerI Connections general This connection must be establishedfor the play-backCD For playingback on the CDRecorderand/or the CD Player Recorderdeck and for the CDPlayerdeck )cable(_) deck,the following output connectionsare available: Cable(_ is used only if you want to makerecordingsfrom an - Digital coaxial output (CO&...
  • Page 12: Analogue Connections Cdplayer D Eck

    INSTALLATION _nalogue connection CD Player deck [Digital Coaxial Connection CD Recorder Thisconnection i s onlyrequired if youwant to record froman This connection is only required if you want to play back on external C Oplayer w ith a digitalcoaxial o utput. the COPlayerdeck separately from the DDRecorderdeck.
  • Page 13: Digitalopticalconnections C Drecorder

    INSTALLATION _ital Optical Connection CD R.ecorder !Setup recommendations Thisconnection isonlyrequired if youwantto record froman Placethe CD Recorder/Player on a solid, vibrationfree external C Dplayerwith a digitalopticaloutput surface \ ..Donot place the CDRecorder/Player near a sourceof heat or in direct sunlight Do not use the CDRecorder/Player under extremelydamp conditions.
  • Page 14: Remote Control & Inserting Discs Remote C Ontrol C Ommands

    REMOTE & INSERTING DISCS IRemote €o_l commands [InserUng discs 1 PressOPEN/CLOSE (11)to openthedisc tray. 2 Inserta CD.CD-Ror, CD-RW inthe appropriaterecessin the tray. label sideup. PROGRAM ..programs tracknumbers IMPORTANT: DISPLAY... selectsdisplayinformation Forrecordingit is importantthat the blank disc be completely free of dustparticles or scratches.(see Numberkeys 0 - 9...
  • Page 15: Remarks A Boutrecording

    [Normal and high-speed dubbing _emarks about recording Youwill soondiscover how easy it is to make yourown COs Usethe dubbing feature for high-speedrecordingfrom the CD Nevertheless,we recommendthat you use a CD-RWdisc for Playerdeck to the CDRecorderdeck.The quality of the original recordingwill be retained. your first try.
  • Page 16: Digitalrecording F Romexternal C Dplayer

    RECORDING 2 To start dubbing,press PLAYon the COPlayerdeck. After dubbing,UPdRbcu will appearon the display for • _. High-speeddubbingwill start. DuDewill stop flashing severalseconds.The Total "timeindications may differ and remain lighted. The track number and the recording slightly, but no audio information will be rust. time will be displayed.
  • Page 17: Synchronized Digitalrecording F Rom External Coplayer: Cd-Sync

    RECORDING Start digital recording _Synchronized digital recording from an 1 With the recorder s topped, pressRECORD to enter the external CD player - CD-SYNC Recordstandby mode. flashes. -_ RECORD • If aid also flashes, the digital connectionis incorrect. 2 Tostart recording,press PLAYon the CORecorder/Player and immediatelystart the source (fromthe stop mode) RECORD lightscontinuously The track number and...
  • Page 18: Analogue Recording F Rom Anexternal S Ource

    RECORDING • Tocheck theIremaining} recording t ime,pressOISPLA¥. Analogue recording from_an external source I (This canalsobe done duringrecording) 3 To stop recording, press STOP on the CD Recorder/Player fa,) -1' CD-SYNC and RECORO go out • Tointerrupt recording,press PAUSE 4 RECORD starts to flash.
  • Page 19: Finalizing Cd-R & Cd-Rw Discs

    RECORDING 5 Playthe source first to set the optimal recording level on IFinalizing CD-R& CD-RWdiscs the CDRecorder/Player. Finalizingis a simple procedurethat is necessaryin orderto 6 PressRECLEVEL (+ or -) repeatedlyuntil all the blue play back the discs on the CDRecorder/Player or on an segmentson the Record/Playlevel bar light up continuously external COplayer.
  • Page 20: Erasing& Playing

    ERASING& PLAYING [Erasing CD-RW discs ..iPlaymg CDs on Deck 1 and/or Deck 2 ForCD-RWdiscsonly With your CD DoubleDeck,you can play the CDRecorder deckand/or the COPlayerdeck either simultaneouslyor Youcan erase: separately (DUAL)For separate playing,the extra CDoutput - track by track from the end must also be connectedto an amplifier (seepage 9).
  • Page 21: Playing

    PLAYING 2 Releasethe button when the desired passagehas been 3 PressDISPLAY once, twice or three times te see: found. -1, Remainingtracktime, total remaining time, or total track time with level indicatoroff. -_ Playwill start with the desiredpassage Note: During Shuffle, Repeator Programmedplay, searchis 4 Totemporarily interrupt play, pressPAUSE restricted to within the track beingplayed at the time.
  • Page 22: Programming

    PLAYING IProgramming Youcan programup to thirty tracks to play in a desired sequenceusing either the CDPlayerdeck or the 00 Recorder/Player. I ndividualtracks can be included in the programmorethan once,but will count as a trackeach time they are included. 1 PressCD-Ror CDon the remote control to select a deck The message£FLE,_'_,'_- Calf or S_LCF_ Ld will briefly appear on the display.
  • Page 23: Fixingproblems

    FIXING PROBLEMS 20 second pause between recordings Troubleshooting • see Synchronized digital recording(CD-SYNC) If you think your CORecorder/Player is defective, it is wise to p.15 check this list first, and runthe diagnostic program Maybe Player does not react you haveforgotten a simple step •...