Bought the used Philips car-radio. No manual! Found on this site a copy of the orginal English manual. I am very happy with it. Now I know how to setup and use my "new" car-radio.
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The only reason I gave this less than 4 stars, is because it shouldn't take 24 hrs to have the download available. I was surprised to find that I had to wait until the next day to be able to download the manual that I paid for.
The manual itself is the correct manual.
Text excerpt from page 35 (click to view)
Convenient recording methods
Program recording (CD =TAPE)
Desired CD tracks can be programed in the desired sequence and recorded onto a tape.
The tape deck of the unit can record signals only on Normal (Type ) tapes. It cannot record on High (Type ) and Metal (Type ) tapes.
Be sure to put the cassette deck in stop mode.
1 Make preparation for recording.
1 Select the CD input. 2 Ensure that the "RDM" indicators are not lit. 3 Perform steps 1 to 3 of the procedure in "Recording on TAPE". Â§ 4 Insert disc in the CD player.
Ã· If the "RDM" indicator is lit, turn it off by pressing the RANDOM key to cancel the random play mode.
2 Program the desired sequence of CD tracks.
Perform steps 1 and 2 of the procedure in "Listening to the desired sequence (program playback)". Âª
Ã· When the PGM key is pressed to cancel the edited contents, the entire editing contents will be erased. Âº Ã· Tracks programed beyond the available tape recording time will be interrupted in the middle.
3 Start recording.
Ã· Recording starts from the first track in the program and ends after having recorded the entire programed tracks. Ã· Recording stops automatically when the program playback of CD has completed. Ã· When either playback or recording stops, the other operation is stopped automatically.
If you are operating the remote, the same effect as step 3 can be obtained by simply pressing the O.T.E. key to start recording.
To interrupt a recording
At the end of the recording
Cassette deck : Stop is executed after an unrecorded portion of about 4 sec. has been produced.