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S O lliiI . E . 3.247.500.31111 FM / AM Compact Disc Player LI , [ - ' ] I Operating Instructions Mode d'emploi Owner's Record Tile model and serial ntlnlbers are located on tile bottom of the unit . Record these numbers in the space provided below . Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product . Model No . CDX - CASIOX Serial No For installation and con ] lections , see the supplied installation / connections manual En ce qui coi _ cerne I _ installation et les eonnexions , consulter le ] _ 0anuel d'installation / raecordement fourni . DIGITAL AUDIO CDX - CA810X © 2003 Sony Corporation
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Welcome ! Warning This equipment has been tasted and found 1o Thank you lbr purchasing 1his Sony Compact comply with the limits for a Class B digital Disc Player . You can enjoy its various features even more with : device , pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules . These limits are designed to provide reasonable • Optional CD / MD units ( both changers and protection against harmthl interference in a players ) * 1 . residential installation . This equipment • CD TEXT information ( displayed when a CD generates , uses , and can radiate radio frequency TEXT disc . 2 is played ) . energy and , if not installed and used in • Supplied controller accessory Card remole commander RM - X118A accordance with 1he instructions , may cause harmthl interl ) rence to radio communications . • Optional controller accessory ttowever , there is no guarantee that interference Rotary commander RM - X4S will not occur in a particular installation . If this * l This unit works with Sony products only equipment does cause harmful interference to * 2 A CD TEXT disc is an audio CD that includes radio or television reception , which can be information such as the disc name , artist name , determined by turning the equipment offand on , and track names . This information is recorded on the user is encouraged 1o try 1o correct the the disc . intert ? rence by one or more of the following measures : Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . Increase 1he separafion between 1he equipment m and receiver . Connect the equipment into an outlet on a REA | Y circuit different from 1hat to which the receiver The " XM Ready " logo indicates that this product is connecled . will control a Sony XM tuner module ( sold Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV separately ) . tachnician for help . Please see your nearest authorized Sony dealer for details on the XM tuner module . You are cautioned that any changes or For instructions on XM tuner operation , please modifications not expressly approved in this reti : r to the XM tuner module's included manual could void your authorily to operate this instruction manual . equipment . CAUTION ' Ihe use of optical insmunents with this product will increase eye hazard . 2
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Table of Contents Location of controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Other Functions Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Using the rotary commander . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Notes on discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Adjusting * he sound characteristics . . . . . . 17 Quickly attenuating _ he sound . . . . . . . . . . 17 Getting Started Changing 1he sound and display settings Resetting the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Detaching the front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Setting the equalizer ( EQT ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Setting | he Dynm _ aic Soundstage Organizer ( DSO ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 CD Player Adjusting the front and rear volume . . . . . . 20 CD / MD Unit ( optional ) Adjusting the volume of the Playing a disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 subwoofer ( s ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Display items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I0 Changing the ECD color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Playing tracks repealedly Additional Information Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Playing tracks in random order Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Shuffle Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Removing the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Labeling a CD Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Disc Memo * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Locating a disc by name Error displays ? iVlessages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 List - up * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 * Functions available with optional CDIMD unit Radio Storing stations automatically Best Tuning Memory ( BTM ) . . . . . . . 13 Receiving the slored stations . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Storing only 1he desired stations . . . . . . . . . 14 Storing station names Station Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Tuning in a station through a list List - up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 3
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Location of controls Refer 1o the pages listed for details . [ ] DSO button 20 [ ] SOUND button 17 , 20 , 21 [ ] SOURCE ( Power on / Radio / CD / MD ) [ ] RESET button ( located on lhe front side of button d _ e unit , behind lhe li'ont panel ) 7 " ib selecl the source . [ ] DISC / PRESET - I + button [ ] Volume + / - button [ b receive preset stations , change lhe disc * _ , [ ] Display window and skip albums . 2 . [ ] - - _ ( eject ) button ( localed on the front side [ ] COLOR button 21 oflhe unit , behind the front panel ) 9 [ b change the LCD color . [ ] SEEK + / - button [ ] SCRL ( scroll ) button 10 To skip tracks , l _ ast - forward , reverse a track , [ ] OFF ( Stop / Power off ) button . 3 8 , 9 tune in stations automatically , and find a [ ] Receptor for the card remote commander station manually . [ ] OPEN button 8 , 9 [ ] EQ7 button 19 * 1When an optional CD / MD unit is connected . [ ] ATT ( attenuate ) button 17 * 2 Available only when optional CD unit wilh fl _ e MP3 file control function is connecled . [ ] MODE button To change the operation . * 3 Warning when installing in a ear without [ ] DSPL ( display mode change ) button an ACC ( accessory ) position on the 10 , 12 ignition switch After turning off the ignition , be sure to press and hold _ # _ on the unit until the display disappears , Otherwise , the display does not turn off and this causes battery drain . 4
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Note be operated with the card / ' emote commander unless I Cardremote commanderRM - X118A I If the display disappears by pressing _ , it cannotd on the unit is pressed , or a disc is inserte to activate the unit first . Tip See " Replacing the lithium battery " on page 22 for details on how to replace the batteries . - - IB = - - m - - m - - m The corresponding buttons of the card remote commander control the same functions as those on this unit . [ ] DSPL button [ ] Number buttons @ REP 11 @ SHUF 11 [ b store stations , receive slored stations . [ ] DSO button [ ] MENU button [ b display the menus . [ ] SOURCE button [ ] SEEK ( < - - / , - _ ) buttons In menu mode , to select a selling . [ ] SOUND button [ ] OFF button [ ] VOL ( + / - ) buttons [ ] EQ7 button [ ] MODE button [ ] LIST / CAT * button 12 , 15 [ ] DISC ( _ ' / 41 , ) buttons In menu mode , to select a menu . [ ] ENTER button [ b enter a setting . [ ] ATT button * _ is available only when the XM tuner is connected . 5
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Precautions Notes on discs • if your car has been parked in direct sunlight , • To keep the disc clean , do not touch the surface . allow the unit to cool off before operating it . Handle the disc by its edge . • Power antennas will extend automatically • Keep your discs in their cases or disc while the unit is operating . magazines when not in use . Do not subiect the discs to heat / high temperature . Avoid leaving them in parked cars Caution or on dashboards / rear trays . While driving , do not use the CUSTOM FILE feature or any other functions which may divert your attention from the rood . × If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual , please consult your nearest Sony dealer . Moisture condensation • Do not attach labels , or use discs with sticky On a rainy day or in a very damp area , moisture ink / residue . Such discs may stop spinning condensation may occur inside the lenses and when used , causing a malfunction , or may ruin display of the unit . Should this occur , the unit the disc . will not operate properly , in such a case , remove the disc and wait for about an hour until the moisture has evaporated . To maintain high sound quality Be carethl not to splash juice or other soft drinks onto the unit or discs . • Do not use discs with any labels or stickers attached . The tbllowing malfunctions may result fi'om using such discs : inability m eject a disc ( due to a label or sticker peeling offand jamming the eject mechanism ) . inability to read audio data correctly ( e . g . , playback skipping , or no playback ) due to heat shrinking of a sticker or label causing a disc to warp . • Discs with non - standard shapes ( e . g . , heart , square , star ) cannot be played on this unit . Attempting to do so may damage the unit . Do not use such discs . • You cannot play 8 cm ( 3 in ) CDs . 6
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• Before playing , clean the discs with a commercially available cleaning cloth . Wipe each disc fi'om 1be center out . Do not use Getting Started solvents such as benzine , thinner , commercially available cleaners , or antistatic spray intended lbr analog discs . Resetting the unit Before operating lhe unit for the first time , or a [ ler replacing the c _ r b3ttery or changing the connections , you must reset the unit . Remove the front panel and press the RESET button wgh a pointed object , such as a ball - point pen . Notes on CD - R / CD * RW discs • You can play CD - Rs ( recordable CDs ) / CD - RWs ( rewritable CDs ) designed for audio use on this unit . Look for lhese marks lo distinguish CD - Rs / CD - RWs for audio use . RESET button Note Pressing the RESET button wil ! erase the clock setting and some stored contents . DlOllrAJ . AUDIO DIGI ' _ . AUDIO These m3rks denote that a disc is not for audio use . X • Some CD - Rs / CD - RWs ( depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of the disc ) may not ploy on this unit . • You cannot ploy a CD - R / a CD - RW that is not finalized * . * A process necessary for a recorded CD - RICD - RW disc to be played on the audio CD playe / : 7
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Attaching the front panel Place hole _ ) ofihe front panel onto the spindle Detaching the front panel ( _ ) on the unit , then lightly push the left side in . Press _ ( or insert a CD ) to operate the You can detach the front panel of this unit to unit . protect the unit from being stolen . Caution alarm If you turn lhe ignition switch to lhe OFF position without removing the front panel , the caution alarm will beep for a few seconds . If you connect an optional amplifier and do not use the built - in amplifier , * he heep sound will be deactivated . 1 Press _ * . CD / MD playback or radio reception stops ( the key illumination and display remain on ) . * Ifyour car has no ACC position on the ignition switch , be sure to turn the unit off by pressing until the display disappears to avoid car battery drain . 2 Press _ , then slide the front 4 , panel to the right , and gently pull out the left end of the front panel . Note Do not put anything on the inner surface of the front Notes panel . • If you detach the panel while the unit is still turned on , the power will turn off automatically to prevent the speakers from being damaged . • DO not drop or put excessive pressure on the front panel and its display windom • Do not subject the front panel to heat / high temperature or moisture . Avoid leaving it in parked car or on a dashboardlrear trays . ; rip When carrying the front panel with you , use the supplied front panel case . 8
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Setting the clock CD Player The clock uses a 12 - hour digital indication . CD / MD Unit ( optional ) Example : To set the clock to 10 : 08 in addition lo playing a CD with this unit , you can also control external CD ( MP3 playable CD ) / ( With the card remote commander ) MD units . If you connecl optional MP3 playable CD units ( eg . , MP3 CD changer ) , you can play 1 Press _ , then press _ ( + ) MP3 files ; compressed audio files ( tracks ) with or _ ( - ) repeatedly until " CLOCK " quali | y of sound . appears . Note If you connect an optional CD ( MP3 playable CD ) unit with the CD TEXT function , the CD TEXT information will appear in the display when youplay a CD TEXT disc . / 0 Press _ . Playing a disc The hour indication flashes . OPress _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to set ( With this unit ) the hour . OPress _ ( + ) . 1 Press _ and insert the disc The minute indication flashes . ( labeled side up ) . OPress _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to set the minute . 2 Press _ . IN ] B 2 Close the front panel . Playback starts automatically . The clock starts . At / er the clock setting is completed , the display returns to normal play mode . ifa disc is already inserted , press repeatedly until " CD " appears to start playback . Tip When D . INFO mode is set to ON , the time is always To Press displayed ( page 18 ) . S | op playback Eject | he disc _ then - - _ Skip tracks _ ( / + ) Automatic ( 141 _ 1 / 1 _ ) ' 1 ) Music Sensor [ once for each track ] Fast - lbrward / _ ( / + ) reverse ( 41 _ 1 / 1 _ ! _ ) Mmmal Search [ hold lo desired point ] continue to next page - 4 9
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Notes • While the firctitast track on the disc is playing , if Display items ( + ) or _ ( - ) is pressed , playback skips to the lasfifirst track of tt _ e disc . • When the last track on the disc is over , playback When the disc / album / track changes , any restarts from the first track of the disc . prerecorded title * _ of the new disc / album / track is • With an optional unit connected , playback of the automatically displayed ( if lhe Auto Scroll same source will contk _ ue on to the optional CD / MD function is set to " ON " names exceeding 8 unit . characters will be scrolled ( page 18 ) ) . ( With optional unit ) Displayable items Album name * _ 1 Press _ repeatedly to select Disc name . 3 Displayable items " CD " or " MD ( MS * l ) , " Track title * _ • Source 2 Press _ repeatedly until the ID3 tag * _ • C ock desired unit appears . Playback starts . To Press Skip discs ( - _ SWgffUffff ? ) ( + _ ) Disc selection [ once lbr each disc ] Track Elapsed playing Skip albums . 2 ( - DT _ Tgff _ ffff ? ) ( + _ ) number time items Albums selection [ hold to desired point ] Displayable • DiSC / number * 1 MS : MG Memory Stick System - up PlayerMGS - Xt / " Album * 2 Available only when an MP3 file is played . Albums are folders of a CD contak _ k _ g MP3 files . number . 2 Cautions when connecting MGS * X1 and MD unit ( s ) This unit recognizes MGS - Xt as an MD unit . To Press • Whenyou wanttoplayMGS - Xt , press _ to select " MS " or " MD . " If " MS " appears in the source Switch display display , MGS - X1 starts to play If " MD " appears it _ item the source display , press _ to select " MS , " to start playback . Scroll display item • When you want to play an MD unit , press to select " MD " or " MS . " If your desired MD unit appears in the source display , it starts to play , If " MS " * I When pressing _ , " NO NAME " k _ dicates that or another MD unit appears in the source display , there is no disc name , album name , or track title press _ to select your desired MD unit , to and " NO ID3 " indicates that there is no ID3 tag . start playback . * 2 While displaying an 1 £ ) 3tag , the album number does not appea _ Notes when connecting MP3 playable CD unit ( s ) * 3 If the disc has been labeled by , this unit using the • Ira disc with no MP3 files ( tracks ) is inserted , " NO CUSTOM FILE function , Disc Memo is displayed MUSIC " appears in the display and playback of the preferentially , next disc starts . • Before playing a track , tt _ is unit reads all track and Notes album information on the disc . Depending on the • Some characters cannot be displayed . Characters track structure , it may , take more than a mk _ ute and signs which cannot be displayed appear as " * . " before playback begins . During this time , " READ " is • For some ID3 tags with very many characters , displayed . Please wait for play to start automatically kfformation may not scroll . when the reading is complete . • This unit cannot display the artist name for each track of an album . Tip When A . SCRL ( Auto Scroll ) is set to OFF and the disc / album / track name is changed , the disc / albumifrack name does not scroll . 10
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Playing tracks repeatedly Labeling a CD - - Disc Memo ( For a CD unit with the - - Repeat Play CUSTOM FiLE function ) The disc in the main unit will repeat a track , the entire album , or the entire disc when it reaches You can label each disc wilh a custom name the end . For repeat play , you can select : ( Disc Memo ) . You can enter up to 8 characters • REP - TRACK to repeat a track . lbr a disc . If you label a CD , you can locate the • REP - ALBM * _ to repeat an album . disc by name ( page 12 ) . • REP - DISC . 2 io repeat a disc . ( With the card remote commander ) * I Available only when optional CD unit with the MP3 file control function is connected . * 2 Available only when one or more optional CDIMD 1 Start playing the disc you want to label units are connected . in a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function . ( With the card remote commander ) 2 Press _ , then press _ ( + ) During playback , press ( _ ( REP ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly until repeatedly until the desired setting " NAMEEDIT " appears . appears in the display . Repeat Play starts . 3 Press _ . ' 1 _ relum to normal play mode , select " REP - OFE " Playingtracksin random The unit will repeat the disc during the order labeling procedure . - - Shuffle Play 4 Enter the characters . You can select : OPress _ ( + ) * _ repeatedly to • SHUF - ALBM * _ m play the albums in the select the desired character . current optional CD unit with the MP3 file control function in random order . A - - , B - * C . . . . 0 - . 1 - - 2 . . . . + • SHUF - DISC m play lhe tracks on the - * - - * _ . . . - * _ . 2 - * A current disc in random order . • SHUF - CHGR . 2 to play lhe tracks in the * 1 For reverseorder , press _ ( - ) . current optional CD ( MD ) unit in random * 2 ( blankspace ) order . OPress _ ( + ) after locating the • SHUF - ALL * a to play all 1he tracks in all the desired character . connecled CD ( MD ) units ( including this unit ) in random order . * I Available only when optional CD unit with the MP3 file control function is connected . * 2 Available only when one or more optional CD ( MD ) units are connected . * 3 Available only when one or more optional CD units , or two or more optional MD units are connected . if you press _ ( ) , you can move back to the left . ( With the card remote commander ) _ Repeat steps O and _ to enter the During playback , press @ ( SHUF ) entire name . repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display . 5 To return to normal play mode , press Shuffle Play starts . ' 1 _ relum to normal play mode , select " SHUF - OFE " continue to next page - 4 Note " SHUF - ALL " will not shuffle tracks between CD units 11 and MD units .
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Tips • Simply overwrite or enter " _ " to correct or erase a Locating a disc by name name . • There is anotherwayto start labeling a CD : Press - - List * up ( For a CD unit with the CD TEXT / FEi ' _ Yi _ ' _ 3 for 2 seconds instead of performing steps CUSTOMFILEfunction , or an MD unit ) 2 and 3 . You can also complete t ! _ e operation by pressing _ for 2 seconds instead of step 5 . You can use this function lbr discs that have been • You can label CDs on a unit without the CUSTOM assigned custom names * _ or for CD ' [ ' EXT FILE function if that unit is connected along with a discs . 2 . CD unit t ! _ at has the function . The Disc Memo will be stored in the memory of the CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function . * i Locating a disc by its custom name : when you assign a name for a CD ( page 11 ) or an MD . Note * 2 Locating discs by the CD TEXT information : when REP - TRACK / SHUF play is suspended until the Name you play a CD TEXT disc on a CD unit with the CD Edit is complete . TEXT function . Viewing the Disc Memo ( With the card remote commander ) As a display item , the Disc Memo always takes priority over any original CD TEXT information . 1 Press _ . The home assigned to the current disc appears To Press in the display . View _ during CD / CD TEXT disc playback Tip Other items can be displayed ( page 10 ) . Erasing the Disc Memo 2 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) ( With the card remote commander ) repeatedly until you find the desired disc . 1 Press _ repeatedly to select 3 Press _ to play the disc . " CD " Note 2 Press _ repeatedly to select the Some letterscannot be displayed ( exception : Disc CD unit storing the Disc Memo . Memo ) . 3 Press _ , then press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly until " NAME DEL " appears . 4 Press _ . The stored names will appear . 5 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly to select the disc name you want to erase . 6 Press _ for 2 seconds . The name is erased . Repeat steps 5 and 6 if you want to erase otber names . 7 Press _ twice . The unit returns to normal play mode . Notes • When the Disc Memo for a CD TEXT disc is erased , the original CD TEXT information is displayed . • If you cannot find the Disc Memo you want to erase , try selecting a different CD unit in step 2 . 12
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Radio Receiving the stored stations ( With the card remote commander ) The unit can slore up to 6 stotions per band ( FMI , FM2 , FM3 , AM1 , and AM2 ) . 1 Press _ repeatedly to select the radio . Caution When tuning in stations while driving , use Best 2 Press _ repeatedly to select the Tuning Memory Io prevent accidents . band . 3 Press the number button ( @ to @ ) on which the desired station is stored . Storing stations Tip Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to receive file stations automatically in the order they are stored in the memory ( Preset Search function ) . - - BestTuningMemory ( BTM ) The unit selects 1he stations with the strongest if preset tuning does not work signals within the selected band , and slores them Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to in _ he order of _ heir frequency . search for the station ( automatic tuning ) . ( With the card remote commander ) Scanning stops when the unit receives a station . Repeat until the desired station is 1 Press _ repeatedly to select received . the radio . Tips 2 Press _ repeatedly to select the • If automatic tuning stops too frequently , turn on the band . Local Seek to limit seek to stations with stronger signals ( see " Changing the sound and display 3 Press _ , then press _ ( + ) settings " on page 18 ) . or _ ( - ) repeatedly until " BTM " • If you know the frequency of the station you want to listen to , press and hold _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to appears . locate file approximate frequency , then press 4 Press _ . ( + ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly to fine adjust to A beep sonnds when the setting is slored . file desired frequency ( manual tuning ) . Notes • If only a few stations can be received due to weak if FM stereo reception is poor signals , some number buttons will retain their former settings . Select monaural reception mode • When a numberis indicated in the display , the unit ( see " Changing the sound and display starts storing stations from the one currently settings " on page 18 ) . displayed . The sound improves , but becomes monaural ( " ST " disappears ) . Note If interference occurs , this unit will automatically narrow the reception frequency to eliminate noise ( IF AUTO function ) , ffi such cases , some FM stereo broadcasts may become monaural while in the stereo reception mode . Tips • To always hear FM stereo broadcasts in stereo , you can change the IF AUTO setting and widen the frequency signal reception ( see " Changing the sound and display settings " on page 18 ) . Note that some interference may occur in this setting . • If FM broadcasts are difficult to hear , set DSO to OFF ( page 20 ) . 13
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Storing only the desired Storing station names - - Station Memo stations You can assign a name 1o each radio station and You can manually preset 1he desired stations on store it in memory . The name of the station any chosen number button . currently tuned in appeors in 1he disploy . You can assign a name using up to 8 characters lbr a ( With the card remote commander ) station . 1 Press _ repeatedly to select Storing the station names the radio . ( With the card remote commander ) 2 Press _ repeatedly to select the band . 1 Tune in a station whose name you want to store . 3 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to tune 2 Press _ , then press _ ( + ) in the station that you want to store . or _ ( - ) repeatedly until 4 Press the desired number button ( ( _ ) " NAMEEDIT " appears . to ( _ ) ) for 2 seconds until " MEM " 3 Press _ . appears . The number button indication appears in the display . Note Ifyou try to store another station on the same number button , the previously stored station will be e / ased . 4 Enter the characters . O Press _ ( + ) * 4 repeatedly to select the desired character . A - * B - * C . . . . 0 - , 1 - - 2 . . . . + * 1 For reverse order , press _ ( - ) . * 2 ( blank space ) OPress _ ( + ) after locating the desired character . If you press _ ] _ ( ) , you can move back to the left . Repeat steps O and O to enter the entire name . 5 Press _ . 14
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Tips • Simply eve / write or enter " u " to correct or erase a Tuning in a station through a na133e . • There is another way to start storing station names : list Press _ for 2 seconds instead of performing steps 2 and 3 . You can also complete the - - List * up operation by pressing _ for 2 seconds instead of step 5 . ( With the card remote commander ) Erasing the station name 1 During radio reception , press ( With the card remote commander ) momentarily . The frequency or the name assigned to the 1 During radio reception , press _ , current station appears in _ he display . then press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly until " NAME DEL " appears . 2 Press _ . 3 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly to select the station whose name you want to erase . 4 Press _ for 2 seconds . 2 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) The name is erased . repeatedly until you find the desired Repeat sleps 3 1o 4 if you want 1o erase other station . names . If no name is assigned to lhe selected station , 5 Press _ twice . _ he frequency appears in _ he display . The unit returns co normal radio reception 3 Press _ to tune in the desired mode . station . Note If you have already erased a ! l of the station names , " NO DATA " appears in step 4 . 15
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By rotating the control OtherFunctions You can also control the unit ( and optional CD / MD units ) wi _ h a rotary commander ( optional ) . SEEN ! AMS Usingthe rotary commander First , attach the appropriate label depending on Rotate and release to : how you want to mount the rotary commander . Skip tracks . The rotary commander works by pressing Tune in stations automatically . but | ons and / or rotating controls . Rotate , hold , and release to : Fast - forward / reverse a track . Find a station manually . By pushing in and rotating the control By pressing buttons PRESET / DISC control Push in and rotate the control to : Receive preset stations . Change discs during CD ( MD ) playback . 1 . During playback of a CD containing MP3 files . 3 Rotate the VOL control Push in and repeat rotating quickly to : to adjust the volume . Change discs one by one . Push in , then rotate and hold to : Change albums . Press To * I Only if the corresponding optional equipment is Change source connected . ( radio / CD / MD * l ) / Power on * 2 If your car has no ACC ( accessory ) position on the ignition key switch , after turning off the ignition , be Change operation sure to press and hold _ until tt _ e display ( radio band / CD unit * ViVID disappears . unit . 1 ) * 3 Available only when optional CD unit with the MP3 Attenuate sound file control function is connected . * 2 Stop playback or radio reception / Power off Adjust the sound menu Change the displ3y item 16
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Changing the operative direction The operative direction of controls is factory - set Adjusting the sound as shown below , characteristics To increase You can adjust the bass , treble , balance , fader , and subwoofer volume . 1 Select the item you want to adjust by pressing _ repeatedly . Each time you press _ , _ he item To decrease changes as lbllows : if you need to mount lhe rotary commander on BAS ( bass ) - - _ TRE ( treble ) - - _ the right hand side of the steering column , you BAL ( left - right ) - - * FAD ( front - rear ) - - _ can reverse the operative direction . SUB ( subwoofer volume ) 2 Adjust the selected item by pressing the volume + / - button . When adjusting with | he card remote commander , press _ , then press _ ( + ) or _ ( ) . When adjusting with | he rotary commander , press _ and rotate lhe VOL conlroh Note Adjust within 3 seconds after selecting the item . Press _ for 2 seconds while pushing the VOL control . Quicklyattenuatingthe Tip You can also change the operative direction of these sound controls with the unit ( page 18 ) . Press _ . After " AT'I _ ON " momentarily appears , " ART " appears in the display . " ib restore the previous volume level , press again . Tip Whenthe interface cable of a car telephone ises connected to the ATTlead , the unitdecreas the volume automatically when a telephone call comes in ( TelephoneATT function ) . 17
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P / M ( Play Mode ) • LOCAL ( Local Seek mode ) ( page 13 ) Changing the sound and Select " ON " to only tune into stations wi _ h display settings stronger signals . • MONO ( Monaural mode ) ( page 13 ) - - Menu Select " ON " to hear FM stereo broadcast in monaural . Select " OFF " to return 1o normal The lbllowing items can be set : mode . • 1F AUTO / WIDE ( page 13 ) SET ( Set Up ) • CLOCK ( page 9 ) SND ( Sound ) • BEEP to turn the beeps on or off . • EQ7 TUNE ( page 19 ) to adjust | he equalizer • RM ( Rotary Commander ) m change the cllrve . operative direction of | he controls of the rotary • HPF ( ftigh pass filter ) ( page 20 ) commander . • LPF ( Low pass filter ) ( page 21 ) Select " NORM " to use 1he rotary commander • LOUD ( Loudness ) to enjoy bass and treble at the l _ actory - set position . even at low volumes . The bass and IreNe will Select " REV " when you mount 1he rotary be reinlbrced . commander on lbe right side of the steering column . ( With the card remote commander ) DSPL ( Display ) 1 Press _ . • D . INFO ( Dual Intbnnalion ) to display 1he To set A . SCRL , press _ during CD / clock and the play mode at the same time ( ON ) . MD playback . • M . DSPL ( Motion Display ) the demonstration mode which appears when no 2 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) source is selected ( e . g . , tuner is turned ofi ) . repeatedly until the desired item • A . SCRL ( Auto Scroll ) appears . Select " ON " to scroll all aulomatically 3 Press _ ( + ) to select the desired displayed names exceeding 8 characlers . When A . SCRL is set to offand 1he disc / track setting ( Example : " ON " or " OFF " ) . name is changed , 1he disc / crack name does 4 Press _ . not scroll . At _ er _ he mode setting is completed , 1he display returns 1o normal play mode . Note The displayed item wil ! differ depending on the source . Tip You can easily switch among categories ( " SET , " " DSPL , " " P / M , " " SND , " and " EDIT " ) by pressing ( 4 - ) or _ ( - ) for 2 seconds . 18
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OPress _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to adjust the desired volume level . Setting the equalizer ( EQ7 ) The volume level is adjustable by I dB steps from 10 dB to + 10dB . You can select an equalizer curve for 7 music types ( XPLOD , VOCAL , CLUB , JAZZ , NEW AGE , ROCK , CUSTOM , and OFF ( equalizer OFF ) ) . You can store a different equalizer setting lbr each source . Selecting the equalizer curve ib restore the thctory - set equalizer curve , press _ for 2 seconds . 1 Press _ to select a source ( radio , CD , or MD ) . 5 Press _ twice . When the effect setting is complete , the 2 Press _ repeatedly until the display relurns to normal play mode . desired equalizer curve . Each time you press _ , the item changes . E07 ib cancel the equalizing effect , selecl " OFE " After 3 seconds , the display returns 1o normal play mode . Adjusting the equalizer curve You can store and adjust 1he equalizer seltings for frequency and volume level . ( With the card remote commander ) 1 Press _ . 2 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) repeatedly until " EQ7 TUNE " appears , then press _ . 3 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to select the desired equalizer curve , then press _ . Each time you press _ ( + ) or ( ) , the item changes . 4 Select the desired frequency and level . OPress _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to select the desired frequency . Each time you press _ ( + ) or ( ) , the frequency changes . 62 HZ * - * 157 HZ * = - , 396 HZ * - + 1 kHz * - * 2.5 kHz * - * 6.3 kHz * - _ 16 kHz 19
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Setting the Dynamic Adjusting the front and rear volume Soundstage Organizer ( DSO ) If your speakers are installed inlo tbe lower part 1 Press _ to select a desired of the doors , the sound will come li'om below source . and may not be clear . 2 Press _ repeatedly until " FAD " The DSO ( Dynamic Soundstage Organizer ) appears . function creates a more ambient sound as if lbere were speakers above the dashboard ( virtual speakers ) . You can slore the DSO setting tbr each source . DSO mode and image of virtual speakers 3 Press the volume + / - button repeatedly to adjust the volume of front / rear speakers . When adjusting wilh tbe card remole commander , press _ , then press ( + ) or _ _ ) . Atier 3 seconds , the display returns to normal play mode . * 1 DSO - 1 * 2 DSO - 2 Adjusting the cut * off frequency for the * 3 DSO - 3 * 4 DSO - OFF front / rear speakers To match 1he characteristics of | he installed 1 Press _ to select a source . speaker system , you can select 1he cut - off frequency of the speakers . 2 Press _ repeatedly until the desired DSO setting appears . " _ Cut - off frequency Each time you press _ , the DSO setting off changes . i I ! 80 120 Frequency ( Hz ) " ib cancel the DSO function , select " DSO - ( With the card remote commander ) OFF . " Atler 3 seconds , the display returns to normal play mode . 1 During playback or radio reception , Notes press _ . • Depending on the type of ear intedor or type of 2 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) music , DSO may not have a desirable affect . • If FM broadcasts are difficult to heat ; set DSO to repeatedly until " HPF " appears . OFF If . SN : D HPF OFF 3 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to select the cut - off frequency . Each time you press _ ( + ) or ( ) , the li'equency changes as follows : 20 OFF ( default setting ) _ 80 Hz _ 120 Hz
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4 Press _ . 2 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) After the frequency setting is complete , the repeatedly until " LPF " appears . display returns to normal play mode . AdJustingthevolumeofthe OFF subwoofer ( s ) 3 Press _ ( + ) or _ ( - ) to select the cut - off frequency . 1 Press _ to select a desired Each time you press _ ( + ) or source . @ ) , the frequency changes as lbllows : 2 Press _ repeatedly until " SUB " OFF ( default setting ) _ 120 Hz , - - * 80 Hz appears . 4 Press _ . After the fi'equency setting is complete , the display returns to normal play mode . Changing the LCD color 3 Press the volume + / - button repeatedly to adjust the volume of You can select one of 7 color settings lbr flae front / rear speakers . LCD . When adjusting with the card remote Press _ repeatedlytoselect commander , press _ , then press the desired LCDcolo _ ( + ) or _ _ ) . Eachtime you press _ , the LCD After 3 seconds , the display returns to normal colorchanges . play mode . Tip The volume level is adjustable from - 10 dB to + 10 dB . ( Below - 10 dB , " SUB - ATT " is displayed . ) Adjusting the cut * off frequency for the subwoofer ( s ) ' 1 _ match the characteristics of the connected subwoofer ( s ) , you can cut out the unwanted high and middle frequency signals entering the subwoofer ( s ) . By setting the cut - off ll'equency ( see the diagram below ) , the subwool _ r ( s ) will output only low ll'equency signals so you can get a clearer sound image . _ Cut * off frequency 1 1 I II I 1 1 ! ! ! 80 120 Frequency ( Bz ) ( With the card remote commander ) 1 During playback or radio reception , press _ . 21
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Notes • For safety , turn offthe ignition before cleaning the connectors , and remove the key from the ignition Additional Information switch . • Never touch the connectors directly with your fingers or with any metal device . Maintenance Replacing the lithium battery Under normal conditions , batteries will last 3pproximalely 1 year . ( The service lil _ moy be Fuse replacement shorter , depending on the conditions of use . ) When replacing the fuse , be sure to use one When the battery becomes weak , the range of the matching 1he amperage rating stated on 1he card remole commander becomes shorter . original fuse . If the fuse blows , check 1he power Replace 1he battery with a new CR2025 li | hium connection and replace 1he fuse . if the fuse blows battery . Use of any other battery may present a again al _ er replacement , there may be an internal risk of fire or explosion . malfunction , in such a case , consult your nearest Sony dealer . _ Fuse ( lO A ) 4 , Warning + side up Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding _ he one supplied with the unit as 1his could damage the unit . Cleaning the connectors The unit may not function properly if the connectors between 1he unit and the front panel arc not clean , in order to prevent 1his , detach the front panel ( page 8 ) _ nd clean the connectors with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol . Do not apply too much force . O _ herwise , 1he connectors Notes on lithium battery may be damaged . • Keep 1he lithium battery out of | he reach of children . Should the battery be swallowed , immediately consult a doctor . • Wipe | he battery with a dry cloth 1o assure a good contact . • Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing ihe battery . • Do not hold the battery wilh metallic tweezers , otherwise a shorl - circuit may occur . Main unit WARNING Battery may explode if mistreatod . Do not recharge , disassemble , or dispose of in fire . Back of the front panel 22
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Removing the unit 1 Remove the protection collar . O Detach the front panel ( page 8 ) . Engage the release keys together with the protection collar . Orient the release key correctly . Pull out the release keys to remove the protection collar . 2 Remove the unit . _ lnsert both release keys together until they click . Pull the release keys to unseat the unit . _ Slide the unit out of the mounting . 23
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Specifications AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION 23.2 watts per channel minimum continuous average power into 4 ohms , 4 channels driven from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with no more than 5 % total harmonic distortion . Bass Jl0 dB a162 Hz CD Player section Tone controls Treble _ 10 dB at 16 k ! lz Signal = to - noise ratio 90 dB Loudness + 8 dB al 100Hz Frequency response 10 - 20,000 Hz + 2 dB al 10 kltz Wow and flutter Below measurable limit Power requirements 12 V DC car battery ( negative ground ) Tuner section Dimensions Approx . 178 x 50 x 180 mm ( 7 l / s × 2 x 7 I / _ in ) FM ( w / h / d ) Tuning range 87.5 107.9MIlz Mountingdimensions Approx . 182 x 53 x 161 mm Antenna ternlilla _ External antenna connector ( 7 1 / 4 × 2 1 / _ x 6 3 / _ in ) Intermedi _ le tYequency 10.7 MHz / 45fl kHz ( w / h / d ) Usable sensitivity 9 dBf Mass Approx . 1.2 kg Selectivity 75 dB ol 400 kllz ( 2 lb Ifl oz ) Signal - to - noise ratio 67 dB ( stereo ) , Supplied accessories Card remote commander 69 dB 0nono ) RM - XI ! 8A Harmonic dislorfion at I kHz Parts tl ) r installation and 0.5 % ( stereo ) , connections ( 1 se 0 0.3 % ( mono ) Front panel case ( 1 ) Separation 35 dB at 1 kHz Optional accessories Rotary COmlllander Frequency response 30 15,0 ( 10 Bz RM - X4S AM BUS cable ( supplied with an RCA pin cord ) Tuning range 530 - 1,710 kHz RC - 61 ( 1 m ) , RC - 62 ( 2 m ) Antenna terminal External antenna connector Optional equipment CD changer ( 10 discs ) [ ntennediale | ¥ equo / cy 10.7 MHz / 45fl kHz CDX - 757MX , CDX - 656 Sensitivity 30 pV CD changer ( 6 discs ) CDX - T70MX , CDX - T69 Power amplifier section MD changer ( 6 discs ) Ouq _ uts Speaker outputs MDX - 66XLP ( sure seal connectors ) MG - MS System - up Player Speaker impedance 4 8 ohms MGS - XI Maximum power output 52 W x 4 ( at 4 ohms ) XM Salellite Radio Receiver General XT - XM 1 Source selector Outputs Audio outputs ( ffonUrear ) XA - C30 Subwoofer output ( mono ) AUX - [ N selector Power antenna relay control XA - 300 terminal Power amplifier control Note terminal Tfiis unit cannot be connected to a digital preamplifier Inputs Telephone ATT control or an equalizerwhich is Sony BUS system compatible . terminal BUS control input terminal Design and specifications are subject to change BUS audio input terminal without notice . Remote controller input terminal Antenna input terminal 24
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Troubleshooting A disc cannot be loaded . • Another CDfMD is already loaded . The lbllowing checklist will help you remedy • The CD / MD is forcibly inserted upside down problems you may encounter with your unit . or in the wrong way . Before going through the checklist below , check Playback does not begin . the connection and oper3ling procedures . • Defective MD or dirty CD . • CD - R / CD - RW that is not finalized . • You tried to playback a CD - R / CD - RW not No sound . designed for audio use . • Some CD - Rs / CD - RWs may not play due to • Press the volume + button to adjust the volulne . its recording equipment or the disc condition . • Cancel the ATT function . • Set the l _ der control to the center position for A disc is automatically ejected . a 2 - speaker system . The ambient temperature exceeds 50o ( ` The contents of the memory have been ( 122or . ' ) . erased . The operation buttons do not function . • The RESET button has been pressed . CD will not be ejected . - - _ Store again into the memory . Press the RESET button . • The power cord or battery has been The sound skips from vibration . disconnected . • The unit is installed at an angle of more than • The power connecting cord is not connected 60 ° . properly . • The unit is not installed in a sturdy part of No beep sound . the car . • The beep sound is canceled ( page 18 ) . The sound skips . • An optional power amplifier is connected Dirty or defective disc . and you are not using the built - in amplifier . The display disappears from / does not appear in the display window . • The display disappears if you press and hold Preset tuning is not possible . • Store the correct frequency in the memory . Press and hold @ again until the • The broadcast signal is too weak . display appears . The stations cannot be received . • Remove the front panel and clean the The sound is hampered by noises . connectors . See " Cleaning the connectors " • Connect a power antenna control lead ( blue ) on page 22 lbr details . or accessory power supply lead ( red ) m the Stored stations and correct time are erased . power supply lead of the car's antenna The fuse has blown . booster . ( Only when your car has built - in Makes noise when the ignition key is in the FM / AM antenna in the rear / side glass . ) ON , ACC , or OFF position . • Check the connection of the car antenna . The leads are not matched correctly with the • The auto m _ tenna will not go up . car's accessory power connector . Check the connection of the power antenna control lead . No power is being supplied to the unit . • Check the frequency . • Check the connection . If everything is in order , check the fuse . • When the DSO mode is on , the sound is sometimes hampered by noises . • The car does not have an ACC position . Set the DSO mode to " OFF " ( page 20 ) . - - * Press _ ( or insert a disc ) to turn on the unit . Automatic tuning is not possible . • The Local Seek mode is set to " ON . " The power is continuously supplied to the unit . - - _ Set the Local Seek mode to " OFF " ( page 18 ) . The car does not have an ACC position . • The broadcast signal is too weak . The power antenna does not extend . - - _ Perform manual tuning . The power antenna does not have a relay box . Cannot turn off the " . . . . . . . . " indication . You entered the name edit mode . continue to next page - - * - - * Press _ for 2 seconds . 25
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The " ST " indication flashes . • Tune in the frequency accurately . Errordisplays / Messages • The broadcast signal is too weak . - - * Set lo lhe monaural reception mode ( page 18 ) . ( For this unit and optional CD / MD changers ) A program broadcast in stereo is heard in The lbllowing indications will flash lbr about monaural . 5 seconds , and an alarm sound will be heard . • The unit is in monaural reception mode . BLANK * _ Cancel monaural reception mode ( page No tracks have been recorded on an MD . . 2 18 ) . Play an MD with recorded tracks on it . Interference occurs during FM reception . ERROR * _ The wide mode is selected . • An inserted CD is dirty or inserted upside - - * Set the IF mode to " IF AUTO " ( p3ga 18 ) . down . . 2 - - * Clean or insert the CD correctly . • An inserted CD / MD cannot play because of some problem . . 2 - - * insert another CD / MD . FAILURE ( Illuminates until any button is pressed ) The connection of speakers / amplifiers is incorrect . See the installotion guide manual of | his model to check the connection . FAILURE ( Illuminates lbr about 1 second ) When the XM tuner is connected , storing an XM radio channel into a preset lhiled . - - * Be sure to receive the channel that you want to slore , then try it again . HI TEMP The ambient temperature is more than 50 ° C ( 122 ° F ) . - - , . Wait until the temper3ture goes down below 50 ° C ( 122 ° F ) . NO DISC No disc is inserled in lhe CD / iVlD unit . - - * Insert discs in the CD / MD unit . NO MAG The disc magazine is not inserted in the CD / MD unit . - - * Insert the magazine in the CD / MD unit . NO MUSIC A CD which is not a music file is inserted in the MP3 playoble CD unit . - - * Insert a music CD in the MP3 playable CD unit . NOTREADY The lid of the MD unit is open or the MDs are not inserted properly . - - _ Close the lid or insert the MDs properly . OFFSET There may be an internal malfunction . Check the connection , if the error indication remains on in the display , consult your nearest Sony dealer . RESET The CD / MD unit cannot be operated because of some problem . 26 - - * Press the RESET button on _ l _ e unit .
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* I WbentheCD / MDehangerisconnectedtotbeunit , the disc number of the CD or MD appears in the display * 2 The disc number of the disc causing the error appears in the displa _ if these solutions do not help improve the silualion , consult your nearest Sony dealer . ! iiii ! _ ! _ i ! i _ ii _ _ ii _ iiiiii ! ii ¸ ! _ i ¸ ii _ _ i ! iii _ i ; _ i ! iiiii ! ! _ _ i ! _ iiii ; i ; _ ; ii _ ii ; ii ; ii _ iii _ i _ iiii ; ; iii ! i _ _ i _ ! iii _ iiiii ! _ iii ; i ! iii _ _ iii ; ! _ ii _ i _ i ; i ! _ i _ i ; i ! iil ; l _ i ; ; _ iii ; i _ ! i _ ii _ i ; ! i _ i ; _ ii _ i _ i ; ! i ; _ i ; ; _ iii ; i _ ! i _ ii _ i ; ! i _ i ; _ ii _ i _ i ; ! i ; _ i ; ; _ iii ; i _ ! i _ ii _ i ; ! i _ i ; _ ii _ i _ i ; i _ ! i LSEEK + / - The Local Seek mode is on during automatic tuning ( page 13 ) . " LL L L'Ot " 7711 " You have reached the beginning or the end of the disc and you c3nnot go 3ny furlher . 27
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Affichagedeserreurset Impossible de capter une prds _ lection . • Enregistrez la li ' _ quence correcte dans la messages m6moire . • Le signal capt _ est trop faible . Impossible de eapter des stations . ( pour cet appareil et les changeurs CD ou Le son est parasitd . MD en option ) • Raccordez un Ill de commande d'antenne Les indications suivanles clignotent pendant _ lectrique ( bleu ) ou un fil d'alimentation environ 5 secondes et une alarme retentit . d'accessoire ( rouge ) au cgble d'alimentation BLANK * _ de l'amplificaleur d'antenne du vdhicule . ( Uniquement si votre vdhicule est _ quip _ Aucune ploge n'a fild enregislr _ e sur un MD . * z d'une antenne FM / AM inldgrde dens la vitre - - _ lns _ rez un MD contenant des plages arri _ re / lat _ rale . ) enregis _ rdes . • Vdrifiez le raccordement de l'antenne du ERROR * _ vdhicule . • Le CD est sale ou ins _ rd _ l'envers . * _ • Uantenne automotique ne se d _ ploie pas . - - _ Nettoyez le CD ou insdrez - le - - _ V6rifiez le raccordement du Ill de correctement . commande de l'antenne _ leclrique . • Le CD ou MD ins _ rd ne peut pas _ Ire lu en • Vdrifiez la fr6quence . raison de certains probl _ mes . * _ • Lorsque le mode DSO est acliv _ , le son peut - - _ ins _ rez un autre CD ou MD . parlbis _ lre parasild . FAILURE ( Resle allum _ jusque l'on appuye sur - - _ R _ glez le mode DSO / _ " OFF " ( page 22 ) . une touche ) Le r _ glage automatique des stations est Le raccordement des haut - parleurs ou de impossible . l'amplificateur est incorrect . • Le mode de recherche locale est r _ gl _ / _ - - _ Reportez - vous au document d'installafion " ON " . de cet appareil et vdrifiez le raccordement . - - _ R _ glez le mode de recherche locale / _ FAILURE ( Reste allum _ pendant environ 1 " OFF " ( page 20 ) . seconde ) • Le signal capt6 est lrop t _ ible . Lorsque le tuner XM est connec _ d , la - - _ R _ glez manuellement la fr6quence . m _ morisafion d'une station radio XM sur un L'indicateur " ST " clignote . numdro prds _ leclionn _ a _ chou & • Rdglez la frdquence correctement . - - _ Vdrifiez que vous recevez bien la station • Le signal capt6 est lrop thible . que vous souhaitez m _ moriser , puis essayer - - _ Activez le mode de rdception mono de nouveau . ( page 20 ) . HI TEMP Une _ mission on starao est entendue en La temperature ambiante est supdrieure / _ mode mono . 50 ° C ( 122 ° F ) . • L'appareil est en mode de r _ cepfion mono . - + Attendez que la temperature descende en - - _ D _ sactivez le mode de r _ ception mono dessous de 50 ° C ( 122 ° F ) . ( page 20 ) . NO DISC Des interferences se produisent en cours de Aucun disque n'a _ 1 _ ins _ rd dans le lecteur CD rdception FM . ou MD . Le mode de r _ ception _ tendue ( Wide ) est - + lns & ez un disque dans le lecleur CD ou s _ lectionn & MD . R _ glez le mode IF it " IF AUTO " ( page 20 ) . NO MAG Le chargeur n'a pas _ t _ ins _ r _ clans le lecteur CD ou MD . - + lnsdrez le chargeur dans le lec | eur CD ou MD . NO MUSIC Un CD ne comportant pas de fichiers de musique a _ t _ ins & r _ dans un lecteur de CD avec fonction MP3 . - - _ Ins & ez un disque audio dens le lecteur de CD MP3 . 28
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NOTREADY Le couvercle du lecteur MD est ouvert ou les MD ne sont pas ins6rds correctement . - _ Fermez le couvercle ou ins6rez correctement les MD . OFFSET il se peut que l'appareil soit d _ l _ ctueux . - - _ V _ rifiez les raccordements . Si le message d'erreur ne disparoR pas de l'affichage , consultez votre d6taillant Sony le plus proche . RESET Le lecleur CD ou MD ne peut pas lbncfionner en raison de certains probl _ mes . - - _ Appuyez sur la touche RESET de l'appareil . * I Lorsqu'un changeur CD ou MD est raccorde I'appareil , le num ( _ ro de disque du CD ou du MD s'aftiche a I ' _ cran . * 2 Le num _ ro du disque qui a provoqu # I'erreur s'aftiche a I ' ( _ cran . Si ces solutions ne permettent pas d'om _ liorer la siluation , consultez votre dfitaillant Sony le plus proche . ess L . SEEK + / - Le mode de recherche locale est activ _ en cours de recherche aulomatique des li ' _ quenees ( page 15 ) . " L L L L " Otl " 7 - I 1 l " Vous avez atleint le ddbut ou la fin du disque et vous ne pouvez pas aller plus loin . 29
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