FAQ - Cd radio cass recorder


GENERAL INFORMATION
CD player functions:
- programmable memory
- shuffle
- repeat
- music search (next/previous)
Double cassette deck:
- high speed dubbing
- continuous play
- CD synchro copy start
DBB dynamic bass boost
Tone control
Spatial
40 Watt PMPO output power
Bass reflex chamber
Headphone and microphone socket

RECEPTION/TRANSMISSION
Wave ranges : /00/05: FM stereo 87.5-108.0 MHz
                      MW 522-1607 kHz
                      LW 148.5-284 kHz
              /14   : FM stereo 64,7-108.0 MHz
              (CCIR/  MW 522-1607 kHz
              OIRT)   LW 148.5-284 kHz
Aerials     : Ferroceptor for AM/MW and LW
              Telescopic aerial for FM

PLL quartz digital tuner
29 random presets

AUDIO TAPE DECK
Wow and flutter       : 0.3% WRMS
Signal-to-noise ratio : 45 dB

Stereo double cassette deck
High speed dubbing
Continuous play
Synchro CD copy start 
Automatic recording level control
Electronic speed control and full automatic stop
Suitable for normal (type I) cassette tape

COMPACT DISC PLAYER
Frequency range       : 20-20,000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio : 80 dB

Programmable memory for up to 20 tracks
Shuffle plays tracks in random order
Repeat of one track or all tracks
Next and previous keys for track skip
6-digit multifunction LCD display

CC-DAC:
The CD player features the Philips patented Continuous
Calibration Digital-to-Analog Converter (CC-DAC). The CC-DAC
creates a very accurate conversion of the 16-bit digit bit flow
into the analog signal, resulting in a DISTORTION-FREE
reproduction of the CD signal.
This is accomplished by a circuitry that continuously makes a 
comparison and calibration between the Bit current sources used
in the converter and the single reference current of the Lowest
Significant Bit (LSB). All other bits including the Most
Significant Bit (MSB) consequently have an exact current value
and conversion leads to a precise analog wave shape.

AUDIO/SOUND
Loudspeaker  : Two wide-frequency 100 mm (4") loudspeakers
Output power : 40 Watt PMPO; 2 x 2,5 Watt RMS

DBB Dynamic Bass Boost
Tone control
Spatial
Left and right Bass Reflex Chambers
Bass reflex chambers:
To accentuate the low bass, Philips Portable Audio has introduced
the Bass Reflex Speaker System. In this system, the speaker boxes
are closed, and the backward radiation is used to support the
forward radiation. The air flow caused by the backward radiation
is fed through a port or pipe, acoustically tuned by its
dimensions to the lowest practicable bass frequencies (the
passband of the tuned port). All the notes above the tuned
frequency support the forward radiation; only the notes below it
remain opposed. The product of Bass Reflex Sound System is well-
extended low-frequency response, which creates a clear mid and 
high note sound perforce solidly supported by warm, deep low
notes.

CONNECTIONS
Microphone       : 3,5 mm socket
Stereo headphone : 3,5 mm socket

MISCELLANEOUS
Weight                : 4.4 kg
Dimensions (wxhxd)    : 559x187x215 mm
Mains cord connection : /00/14: IEC
                        /05   : BS
Power supply          : AC mains: (50/60 Hz)
                        /00/05/14: 220-230V, 50 Hz
Batteries             : 6x1.5V batteries, R20/D-cell/UM 1





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