Smartwares CD-1666 Stereo radio

Item No. CD-1666
The Smartwares CD-1666 Portable Radio is perfect for playing all your favorite music. Play music by using CDs or the radio function. Take your music anywhere you go. Versatile music player The portable radio is more than just a radio. You can even play your favorite CDs. Besides, the AUX IN can be
Description

The Smartwares CD-1666 Portable Radio is perfect for playing all your favorite music. Play music by using CDs or the radio function. Take your music anywhere you go.

Versatile music player
The portable radio is more than just a radio. You can even play your favorite CDs. Besides, the AUX IN can be used to connect a headphone or other devices. The speakers are 3 Watt each and allow you to always enjoy your own music.

Easy to carry
The portable radio can be easily moved with the carry handle. Besides, the music player can be powered with the included adapter or batteries (not included).

What’s in the box:
Portable radio, adapter, instruction manual

Reasons to choose the Smartwares CD-1666 Portable Radio:

  • Play your CDs or your children’s and listen to the radio
  • Easy to take along with the carry handle
  • Powered by the included adapter or batteries
Specifications
LED Display Yes
Carrying handle(s) Yes
Remote control No
Power plug type C - CEE 1/16
Main material Plastic
Colour White
FM radio Yes
Headphone jack Yes
Number of preset stations 30
Alarm No
Aux-in Yes
LED display for CD player Yes
Digital read-out Yes
Including CD player Yes
Bluetooth No
PLL tuning Yes
EAN Item/Giftbox 8711658438696
Brand Code SL-8
Brand Name SMARTWARES
Product FAQ
No, this Stereo Radio CD player only plays regular audio CD or CD-R(W), no MP3 CD's.
Yes, this Stereo Radio CD player plays regular audio CD, CD-R(W) and MP3 CD's.
It's not possible to store radio stations on this device.
For FM reception
1) Please fully extend the telescopic antenna and adjust its position for optimal reception.
2) If possible, locate the device near a window.

For AM reception
1) Turn the whole set in different directions for optimal reception.
For FM reception
1) Please fully extend the telescopic antenna and adjust its position for optimal reception.
2) If possible, locate the device near a window.

For AM reception
1) Turn the whole set in different directions for optimal reception.
1) The radio signal is poor or absent. Reposition your radio to improve the signal.
2) The volume is set to low. Turn up the volume.
3) A headphone is connected to the radio. Disconnect the headphone.
1) The radio signal is poor or absent. Reposition your radio to improve the signal.
2) The volume is set to low. Turn up the volume.
3) A headphone is connected to the radio. Disconnect the headphone.
1) The volume is set too low.
2) The mains cable is not connected properly.
Make sure the mains cable is securely plugged into an AC outlet and into the unit.
1) The radio station is not tuned properly. Tune to the radio station again.
2) FM: The wire antenna is not directed properly. AM: The device is not directed properly or interfered by other appliances. Adjust the unit and keep distance to other electrical appliances.
1) The radio station is not tuned properly. Tune to the radio station again.
2) FM: The antenna is not directed properly. AM: The device is not directed properly or interfered by other appliances. Adjust the unit and keep distance to other electrical appliances.
If the indication 'no disk' is displayed, the following options can be wrong:
1) There is no disk in the CD-player.
2) The disk is damaged or dirty.
3) The laser lens is steamed up, wait until the lens is cleared up.
4) The CD-R is blank or not finalized.
If the CD-player skips audio tracks either there's a program running or the disk is damaged or dirty.
An electrostatic charge can be present. Pull the power plug for a few seconds, then reconnect it and turn on the device again.
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Manuals & downloads
Safety Instruction General_Safety_Version2.pdf
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