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S O _ " ' _ e 3 - 046 _ 018 - 12 ( 1 ) CD Radio Cassette . Corder Operating Instructions CFD - ZW755 @ 2000 by Sony Corporation
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Information Warning For customers in the United States To prevent fire or shock hazard , do This equipment has been tested and found to not expose the player to rain or comply with tile limits for a Class B digital moisture . device , pursuant to Part 15 of tile FCC Rules . These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmfulon . interference in a residential installati This equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with tile instructions , CAUTION : TO RE _ ) UCE _ dE RISK OF ELECTRIC 8HOCK , may cause harmful interference to radio DO NOT REMOVE CQVE _ ( OR BACI _ . communications . However , there is no NO L * _ B ; _ ER _ CEJ _ BLE p _ INmDE . guarantee that interference will not occur in a RBFBR SER _ qGING TO QUALIFIED B _ = NK : E pERSONNBL particular installation . If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception , which can be determined by turning tile equipment off and on , the user is encouraged to try to correct the / _ This symbol is intended lo alert interference by one or more of the following tile user to tile presence of measures : uninsulated " dangerous Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . voltage " within the product's enclosure that may be of Increase the separation between tile sufficient magnitude to equipment and receiver . constitute a risk of electric Connect the equipment into an outlet on a shock to persons . circuit different fl'om that to which the receiver is connected . This symbol is intended to alert Consult tile dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . important operating and You are cautioned that any changes or maintenance { servicing ) tile user to d _ e presence of modifications not expressly approved in this instructions in tile literature manual could void your authority to operate accompanying the appliance . this equipment . CAUTION Owner's Record The use of optical instruments with this The model number is located at the rear of product will increase eye hazard . tile CD radio cassette - corder and tile serial number is located in the battery compartment . Warning Record the serial number in the space Do not install tile appliance in a confined provided below . Refer to these numbers space , such as a bookcase or builtqn cabinet . whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product . Model No . CFD - ZW755 Serial No . 2 introduction
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Table of contents _ 0 Basic Operations ¢ 0 R ' 4 PlayingaCD O 6 Listening to the radio mI 8 Playing a tape _ _ , o = t 10 Recording on a tape The CD Player Setting Up 12 Using the display 26 Hooking up the system 13 Locating a specific track 14 Playing tracks repeatedly Additional Information ( Repeat Play ) 29 Precautions 15 Playing tracks in random order 31 Troubleshooting ( Shuffle Play ) 33 Maintenance 16 Creating your own program 34 Specifications ( Program Play ) 35 Index 18 Enjoying sound effects ( LOOP / FLASH ) The Radio 19 Presetting radio stations 20 Playing preset radio stations The Timer 21 Setting the clock 22 Waking up to music 24 Falling asleep to music The Audio Emphasis 25 Selecting the audio emphasis ( Sound Mode / MEGA BASS ) Introduction I 3
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Playing a CD 1,2 3 For hookup instructions , see pages 26 - 28 . 1 Push A PUSH OPEN / CLOSE down to open the CD compartment and place the CD on the CD compartment , With the label side up 2 Close the lid of the CD compartment . 3 Press I _ 11 . Display The player turns on ( direct once . power - on ) and plays all the tracks _ Track number Playing time 4 I BasicOperations
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Use these buttons for additional operations POWER I _ 11 _ - - PUSHOPEN / CLOSE O _ _ , o = t Tip To Do this Next time you want to listen to a CD , just press adjust tim volume Turn VOLUME ( Press I _ MI . The player turns on VOL + , on the remote ) . automatically and starts stop playback Press i . playing the CD . pause playback Press _ ' 1 ! ( I | on the remote ) . Press the button again to resume play after pause . go to the next track Turn PRESET * TIME SET clockwise ( Press _ on the remote ) . go back to the previous track Turn PRESET * TIME SET counterclockwise ( Press on the remote ) . remove the CD Press • PUSH OPEN / CLOSE . turn on / off the player Press POWER . Basic Operations I 5
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Listening to the radio 1 2 I For hookup instructions , see pages 26 - - 28 . 1 Press RADIO BAND until the Display band you want appears in the display ( direct power - on ) . Each time you press the button , RN 59Dm ] the indication changes as follows : " FM1 " - - + " FM2 " - - + " AM " . 2 Hold down TUNE + or - - until the frequency digits begin to change in the display . FM BgE The player automatically scans the radio frequencies and stops Indicates an FM stereo when it finds a clear station , broadcast If you cannot tune in to a station , press the button repeatedly to change the frequency step by step . 6 I Basic OperaBor _ s
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Use these buttons for additional operations POWER MODE t ; 0 F , ' 0 " o , , , , , i o " - - - - VOLUME Tips To DO this The " FMI " and " FM2 " bands have the same adjust tim volume Turn VOLUME ( Press functions . You can store VOL + , on the remote ) . the stations you want turn on / off the radio Press POWER . separately in " FMI " and ' TM2 " . If the FM broadcast is To improve broadcast reception noisy , press MODE until Reorient the antenna for FM . Reorient the player itself " Mono " appears in the for AM . display and radio will play in monaural . Next time you want to listen to the radio , just press RADIO BAND . The player turns on automatically and starts playing the previous station . for FM for AM Basic Operations I 7
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Playing a tape 2 1 2 1 II @ @ @ @ _ SFh _ I - - I For hookup instructions , see pages 26 - 28 . 1 Press m _ to open the tape compartment and insert a recorded tape . Use TYPE I ( normal ) tape only . Close the compartment . With the sideyou want to play facing you 2 Press _ . Display The player turns on ( direct power - on ) and starts playing . TRPE " _ " ° ] 8 I Basic Operations
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Use these buttons for additional operations POWER 0 ¢ D _ o _ o _ II _ _ , , , i _ oooooIoI _ _ , o = t _ oVOLUME _ - _ - _ - . _ 1 , _ - - _ 11 _ _ r - " Note To Do this During playback , do not adjust tim volume Turn VOLUME ( Press press buttons on tile other deck . Otherwise VOL + , on the remote ) . tile playback speed may stop playback Press IlL . change . fast - forward or rewind the tape Press _ or _ 1 _ 1 . Tip pause playback Press I | . Next time you want to Press the button again to listen to a tape , just resume play after pause . press _ . The player turns on automatically eject the cassette Press IlL . and starts playing the turn on / off the player Press POWER . tape . Basic Operations I 9
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Recording on a tape 1 z2 3 For hookup instructions , see pages 26 - - 28 . 1 Press I _ to open the tape compartment on deck B and insert a blank tape . Use TYPE I ( normal ) tape only . With the side you want to record on facing you 2 Select the program source you want to record . Display To record from the CD player : insert a CD ( see page 4 ) and press CD . 12 55 : 27 To record from the radio : tune in the station you want ( see page 6 ) . Fp , sga , ° : To record from the tape ( dubbing ) : insert a recorded tape into deck A and press TAPE until " dUb " dub appears in the display . 10 ] BasicOperations
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Deck B Start recording . To record from the CD player and the radio , press • on deck B ( Ira , - is depressed automatically ) . O Deck A To record from the tape , press • , , 5 on deck B ( m , ' qs depressed _ _ , automatically ) . Then press _ on o = t deck A . Tips Use these buttons for additional operations • Adjusting the volume or the audio emphasis ( see POWER MODE page 25 ) will not affect II tile recording level . • For the best results , use tile AC power as a power source . • If the AM program makes a whistling sound after you've pressed • in step 3 , press MODE repeatedly until tile noise at a II minimum . To Press stop recording II _ - - on deck B pause recording | | on deck B Press the button again to resume recording . turn on / off the player POWER To erase a recording , proceed as follows : 1 Insert a tape whose recording you want to erase into deck B . 2 Press TAPE umill " TAPE " appears in the display . 3 Press • on deck B . BasicOperationsI11
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The CD Player Using the display DSPL ENT MEM You can check information about the CD using the display . Checking the total track numbers and playing time Press DSPL ENT MEM in stop mode . Total playing time _ Total track number _ - - - - - - - _ Checking the remaining time Press DSPL ENT MEM while playing a CD . To display PressDSPL ENT MEM the current track number once and the remaining time on the current track * the number of tracks left twice and the remaining time on the CD the current track number three times and playing time * For a track whose number is more than 20 the remaining time appears as " - - : - - " . 1 2 The CD Player
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Locating a specific track You can quickly locate any track using the number buttons on the remote . - 4 You can also find a specific point in a buttons track while playing a CD . I < l < l , IHH To locate Press Note a specific track directly number button of the track . You cannot locate a a point while listening to _ ( forward ) or _ { backward ) specific track if " SHUF " the sound while playing and hold down or " PGM " is lit in the until you find the point . display . Turn off the ( on the player , use _ or _ ' _ . ) indication by pressing II . a point while observing I _ t { forward } or _ { backward ) Tip the display in pause and hold down until When you locate a track you find the point . numbered over 10 , press ( on the player , use _ or _ ' _ . ) > 10 first , then the corresponding number buttons . Example : To play track number 23 , press > 10 first , then 2 and 3 . The CD Player I 13
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Playing tracks repeatedly PRESET ( Repeat Play ) CD TIME SET You can play tracks repeatedly in normal , shuffle or program play modes ( see pages 15and 16 ) . 1 Press CD . " Cd " appears in the display . On the remote 2 Proceed as follows . 1 Press II . 2 Press MODE until To repeat Do this the repeat mode you a single track 1Press MODE until " REP 1 " want appears in the display . appears . 3 Do either of the 2Turn PRESET * TIME SET following to start to select the track that you repeat play : want to repeat . * When Ryou'veEPI 3Press IHI . selected " " , all the tracks 1Press MODE until " REP select the track by pressing thettons . ALL " appears . number bu 2Press IHI . * When you've tracks in random order 1Press MODE until " SHUF selected REP " appears . " REP ALL " , or " SHUF REP " , 2Press IHI . press m _ . programed tracks 1Press MODE until " PGM * When you've REP " appears . selected " PGM REP " , 2Program tracks ( see step 3 program tracks on page 16 ) . ( see step 3 on page 3Press IHI . 16 ) , then press I _ . To cancel Repeat Play Press MODE until " REP " disappears from the display . 14 The CD Player
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Playing tracks in random order ( Shuffle Play ) CD I _ 11 You can play tracks in random order . O ¢ # 1 Press CD . " Cd " appears in the display . On the remote 2 Press MODE until " SHUF " appears in the display . 1 Press II . 2 Press MODE until 3 Press 1 _ 11to start shuffle play . " SHUF " appears in the display . 3 Press I _ - . To cancelShuffle Play Press MODE until " SHUF " disappears from the display . The CD Player I 15
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Creating your own program ( Program Play ) CD DSPL ENT MEM You can make a program of up to 20 tracks in the order you want them to be played . On the remote 1 Press CD . l Press II . " Cd " appears in the display . 2 Press MODE until " PGM " appears in 2 Press MODE until " PGM " appears in the display . the display . 3 Press the number 3 Turn PRESEToTIME SET then press DSPL ENT buttons fur tile tracks MEM for the tracks you want to program in the you want to program order you want . in the order you want . Playing order 4 Press I _ . Programed tracl 4 Press bll to start program play . 16 The CD Player
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Tips To cancel Program Play • You can play the same Press MODE until " PGM " disappears from the program again , since the display . program is saved until you open the disc compartment . To check the order of tracks before play - - 4 • You can record your own Press DSPL ENT MEM . program . Afler you've created the program , Every time you press the button , the track number insert a blank tape into appears in the programed order . deck B and press • on deck B to start recording . To change the current program Press • once if the CD is stopped and twice if the CD is playing . The current program will be erased . Then create a new program following the programing procedure . The CD Player I 17
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Enjoying sound effects ( LOOPIFLASH ) You can repeat part of a CD ( LOOP ) and can " flash " the CD sound ( FLASH ) during playback . @ ' @ ' ® " _ u . ( Z ) ( _ BIAL _ f _ UNE + SmUND / _ 1 Play a CD . 2 Press and hold LOOP or FLASH at the point you want to start the function . To Press and hold repeat a selected part of a CD LOOP on the remote " flash " the CD sound FLASH on the remote To cancel the LOOP or FLASH function Release the button . The player returns to normal play . 18 The CD Player
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The Radio Presetting radio stations RADIO BAND DSPL ENT MEM You can store radio stations into the player's memory . You can preset up to 30 radio stations , 10 for each band in any " order . - 4 ¢ 0 On the remote 1 Press RADIO BAND until the band you want 1 Press BAND to select appears in the display , the band . 2 Set the frequency to the station you want . 2 Set the fi'equency to the station you want . 3 Press and hold DSPL ENT MEM for 2 seconds . 3 Press and hold the number buttons that 4 Turn PRESET - TIME SET until the preset number you want to presetn ( 1 to 10 ) you want for the station flashes in the the new station o for music calender . 2 seconds . 5 Press DSPL ENT MEM again . The frequency digits flash in the display and the station is stored into the player's memory . The new station replaces the old one . The Radio I 19
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Playing preset radio stations PRESET TIME SET RADIO BAND Once you have preset the stations , use PRESET + / - on the player or ttheo number buttons on the remote tune in to your favorite stations . On the remote 1 Press RADIO BAND to select the band . 1 Press BAND to select 2 Turn PRESEToTIME SET to tune in the stored the band . station . 2 Press the numberin buttons to tune the stored station . 20 The Radio
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The Timer Setting the clock PRESET TIME SET CLOCK " - - : - - " indication appears in the display until you set the clock . , , t Tip Before you set the clock , connect the power source The time display ( pages 26 - 28 ) . system of this player is the 12 - hour system : AM12 : 00 = midnight 1 Press and hold CLOCK for 2 seconds until the PMI2 : 00 = noon hour digits flash . [ _ . _ . _ _ U _ t / M 2 Turn PRESET , TIME SET mltil you set the current hour . Then press DSPL ENT MEM . The minute digits flash . Set the minutes by turning PRESET - TIME SET until the correct minute is displayed . ; P , " I B _ B PH 3 Press DSPL ENT MEM . The clock starts from 00 seconds . TheTimer I 21
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Waking up to music PRESET TIME SET STANDBY You can wake up to music or a radio program at a preset time . Make sure you have set the clock ( " Setting the clock " on page 21 ) . Before you begin , make sure the _ ) ( clock ) indication is not lit in the display . If it is lit , press STANDBY . 1 Prepare the music source you want to play . To play Do this a CD Insert a CD . the radio Tune in a station 2 Press TIMER . The _ ( clock ) and the music source ( " Cd " or " RADIO " } flash . 3 Select the music source ( " Cd " or " RADIO " ) by turning PRESET * TIME SET , then DSPL ENT MEM . 4 Set the timer to the hour you want the music to start by turning PRESET - TIME SET , then DSPL ENT MEM . ON " _ I R , , 5 d5 Set the minutes by turning PRESET - TIME SET , then DSPL ENT MEM . 5 Set the timer to the hour and the minutes you want the music to go off . ( Do as step 4 . ) 22 The Timer
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6 Set the volume by turning PRESEToTIME SET , then DSPL ENT MEM . 1 - 71 , uL _ . , Tips 7 Press STANDBY . • To exit tile standby - 4 The _ ) indication lights up and the power goes off . mode , press STANDBY to make the - 4 At the preset time , the power will go on , and the indication disappear § . music will play . Then the power will go off at the B'om the display . preset time , and the player will enter into the • The preset settings standby mode . remain until you reset them . To usethe player before a timer playback starts Just turn on the player , and then you can use it . If you turn off the player before the preset time , timer playback will start at the preset time . In case of the radio , however , if you listen to the station which is different from the one you tuned in in step 1 on page 22 , you will hear that station at the preset time . Make sure to tune in the station you want to listen to before you turn off the player . 1o stop play Press POWER to turn off the power . TheTimer I 23
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Falling asleep to music SLEEP You can set the player to turn off automatically after 10 , 20 , 30 , 60 , 90 , and 120 minutes , allowing you to fall asleep while listening to music , Tips 1 Play the music source you want . • When you are playing radio or CD , make sure 2 Press SLEEP to display " SLEEP " . that _ of the tape 3 Press SLEEP to select the minutes until the player player is not depressed . goes off automatically . • You can fall asleep and wake up to different Each time you press the [ ILEEp v _ [ [ , fl music . Set the waking button , the indication I _ t ' ? . _ t'l _ o up timer first ( see page changes as follows : _ - - 22 ) , turn on the power , and then set the " 60 " - + " 90 " - - + " 120 " - - + no indication - + " 10 " - + sleeping timer . " 20 " - - * " 30 . " However , you cannot store different radio stations . To cancel the sleep function Press POWER to turn off the power . Note When you are playing a tape using this function : If the tape length of one side is longer than the set time , tile player will not go off until the tape reaches tile end . 24 The Timer
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The Audio Emphasis Selecting the audio emphasis SOUND MODE MEGA BASS ( Sound ModelMEGA BASS ) You can adjust the audio emphasis of the sound you are listening to . - 4 O e - O m 3 " o _ r Selecting the sound characteristic Press SOUND MODE button to select the sound On the remote characteristic you want . Use SOUND instead of SOUND MODE . Choose TO get ROCK Rock'n'roll : powerful , clean sounds POP Popular music : light , bright sounds JAZZ Jazz : clear bass audio and powerful sounds of instrmnents such as piano or guitar VOCAL Vocal : the presence of vocals , stressing middle range audio OFF the whole dynamic range for music such as classical music Reinforcing the bass sound Press MEGA BASS . " MEGA BASS " appears in the display . To return to normal sound , press the button again . The Audio Emphasis I 25
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Setting Up Hooking up the system ] Speakercords Speakerterminals Make sure you turn off the power before making any connections . Right _ _ _ _ J speakeq - - _ I I i _ Left speaker [ ] [ ] Battery _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J - - compartment ] to a wall outlet [ ] Inserting the back - up batteries Insert three size AA ( R6 ) batteries ( not supplied ) into the battery compartment . These batteries work to save the memory data . To remove the batteries , push the O side . [ ] Hooking up the speakers Tips 1 Align the grooves and slide the speaker box down • To detach the speakers , until it snaps into place A . unlock speaker ( see B on tile diagram ) and slide the speaker box all tile way up and away fi'om the player . • Connect the speakers for this unit only to the speaker terminals of this unit . If you connect any other speakers or equipment , malfunction may occur . continued 26 Setting Up
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Hooking up the system ( continued ) 2 Connect the black wires to ( - ) minus and the red wires to ( + ) plus terminals ; the right speaker wires to the R and the left speaker wires to the L terminals . SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 3,2g O R @ @ L O _ Q t - " o [ ] Connecting the AC power cord Insert one end of the supplied AC power cord to the AC IN socket located at the rear of the player , and the other end to the wall outlet , [ ] Inserting batteries into the remote Insert two size AA ( R6 ) batteries ( not supplied ) Replacing batteries With normal use , the batteries should last for about six months . When the remote no longer operates the player , replace all the batteries with new ones . Setting Up I 27
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Note Using the player on batteries Wben you operate tbe Insert six size D ( R20 ) batteries ( not supplied ) into the player on batteries , you battery compartment . cannot turn on the player using the remote . To use the player on batteries , disconnect the AC power cord from the player . Tip Replace tile batteries when the OPR / BATT indicator dims or when the player stops operating . Replace all the batleries with new ones . Before you replace the batteries , be sure to take out the CD from the player . 28 Setting Up
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Additional Information Precautions On safety On placement • As the laser beam used in the CD • Do not leave the player in a location player section is harmful to the eyes , near heat sources , or in a place subject do not attempt to disassemble the to direct sunlight , excessive dust or mechanical shock . casing . Refer servicing to qualified personnel only . • Do not place the player on an inclined or unstable place . • Should any solid object or liquid fall into the player , unplug the player , and • Do not place anything within 10mm have it checked by qualified personnel of the side of the cabinet . The before operating it any further . ventilation holes must be unobstructed for the player to operate properly and prolong the life of its On power sources components . • For AC operation use the supplied AC • If the player is left in a car parked inn power cord ; do not use any other type . the sun , be sure to choose a locatio in • The player is not disconnected from the car where the player will not be the AC power source ( mains ) as long subjected to the direct rays of the sun . as it is connected to the wall outlet , • Since a strong magnet is used for the even if the player itself has been turned off . speakers , keep personal credit cards using magnetic coding or spring - • Unplug the player from the wall outlet wound watches away from the player when it is not to be used for an to prevent possible damage from the extended period of time . magnet . • For battery operation , use six size D ( R20 ) batteries . On operation • When the batteries are not to be used , • If the player is brought directly from a remove them to avoid damage that cold to a warm location , or is placed in can be caused by battery leakage or a very damp room , moisture mayCD corrosion . condense on the lens inside the • The nameplate indicating operating player section . Should this occur , the voltage , power consumption , etc . is player will not operate properly . In located at the rear . this case , remove the CD and wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate . • If the player has not been used for a long time , set it in the playback mode to warm it up for a few minutes before inserting a cassette . If you have any questions or problems concerning your player , please consult your nearest Sony dealer . Additional Information 29
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Notes on CDs Notes on cassettes • Break off the cassette tab from side A • Before playing , clean the CD with a cleaning cloth . Wipe the CD from the or B to prevent accidental recording . If center out . you want to reuse the tape for recording , cover the broken tab with adhesive tape . Side A Tab for side A Tab for side B • Do not use solvents such as benzine , thinner , commercially available • The use of a cassette with more than cleaners or anti - static spray intended for vinyl LPs . 90 minutes of play time is not recommended except for long , • Do not expose the CD to direct continuous recording or playback . sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts , nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as there can be a considerable rise in temperature inside the car . • Do not stick paper or sticker on theCD . CD , nor scratch the surface of the • After playing , store the CD in its case . If there is a scratch , dirt or fingerprints on the CD , it may cause tracking error . 30 Additional Information
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Troubleshooting Symptom Remedy The power is not on . • Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet securely . • Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly . • You cannot turn oi ! the player with the remote when you operate tile player on batteries . There is no audio . • Make sure tile function you want to use appears in the display window . • • Adjust the volume . c • • Unplug the headphones when listening through O speakers . Noise is heard . • Someone is using a portable telephone or other equipment that emits radio waves near the player . - - * Move the portable telephone , etc . , away from the player . " no disc " lights in the display even • Insert the CD with the label surface up . when a CD is in place . The CD does not play . • Make sure that the CD compartment is closed . • Place the CD with the label surface up . • Clean the CD . • Take out the CD and leave the CD compartment open for about an hour to dry moisture a . condensation . • Make sure " Cd " appears in the display . 0 • Reduce the volume . The sound drops out . • Clean tile CD , or replace it if the CD is badly damaged • Place the player in a location free from vibration . • The sound may drop out or noise may be heard if tile CD is recorded using a personal computer ( CD - R , etc . ) . The audio is weak or has poor • Replace all the batteries with new ones if they quality , are weak . • Move the player away from the TV . 0 • If you are using the remote while listening to " o AM radio , noise may be heard . This is unavoidable . The picture of your TV becomes • If you are listening to an FM program near the unstable . TV with an indoor antenna , move the player away from the TV . Additional Information 31
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Symptom Remedy The tape does not move when you • Close the cassette compartment securely . press an operation button . The • button does not function / • Make sure the safety tab on the cassette is in The tape does not play . place . • Make sure " TAPE " appears in the display . The tape does not erase completely . • Clean the erasing head ( see page 33 ) . • Replace all the batteries with new ones if they are weak . • The source which was recorded on TYPE II ( high position ) or TYPE IV ( metal ) tape using this unit is being played . Record on TYPE I Q . ( normal ) tape and play . The tape does not record . • Make sure the tape is inserted properly . • Make sure the safety tab of the cassette is in place . The audio is weak / The audio • Clean the heads , pinch rollers and capstans ( See quality is poor . page 33 ) . • Demagnetize the heads using a demagnetizer ( see page 33 ) . The sound is distorted . • The TYPE II { high position ) or TYPE IV ( metal ) tape is being used . Use TYPE I ( normal ) tape only . The timer does not operate . • Make sure the time on the clock is correct . • Check to see if tile AC power had been cut off . I , - - • Make sure the _ ) ( clock ) indication is displayed . The remote does not function . • Replace all the batteries in tile remote with new ones if they are weak . • Make sure that you are pointing the remote at the remote sensor on the player . • Remove any obstacles in the path of tile remote and the player . E • Make sure the remote sensor is not exposed to strong light such as direct sunlight or fluorescent lamp light . • Move closer to tile player when using the remote . After trying the above remedies , if the player still does not function properly , unplug the AC power cord and remove all the batteries . After all the indications in the display disappear , plug the power cord and insert the batteries again . If the problem persists , please consult your nearest Sony dealer . 32 Additional Information
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Maintenance Cleaning the lens Demagnetizing the tape heads If the lens becomes dirty , it may cause a After 20 to 30 hours of use , enough residual magnetism will have built up skipping of sound during CD operation . Clean with a commercially available on the tape heads to begin to cause loss blower . of high frequency sound and hiss . At this time , you should demagnetize the heads and all metal parts in the tape Cleaning the tape heads and tape path with a commercially available tape path head demagnetizer . Wipe the heads , the pinch rollers and the capstans with a cleaning swab Cleaning the cabinet slightly moistened with cleaning fluid or Clean the cabinet , panel and controls alcohol after every 10 hours of operation with a soft cloth slightly moistened with for optimum playback and recording a mild detergent solution . Do not use quality . To make the best possible any type of abrasive pad , scouring recording , however , we recommend that powder , or solvent , such as alcohol or you clean all surfaces over which tape benzine . travels before each recording . Playbackhead Capstan Pinch roller Deck B Record / playback head Capstan ase e d Pinc roller A _ er cleaning , insert a tape when the areas cleaned are completely dry . Additional Information 33
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Specifications AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS Powel requkements Fol CD radio cassette coldel : POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL 120 V AC , 60 Hz HARMONIC DISTORTION 9 V DC , 6 size D ( R20 ) batteries With 3.2 - ohm loads , both channel driven Fol memoly back up : 4.5 V DC , 3size AA ( R61 batteries from 150 - 6,300 tlz ; rated 1.6 W per channel - Pol remote control : minimum RMS power , with no more than 3 V DC , 2 size AA ( R6 } batteries 10 % total harmonic distortion in AC Dowel consumption operation . AC 15 W Battely life Other Specifications po _ CD radio cassette coldel : CD player section FM recording System Compact disc digital audio system Sony R20P : approx 75 h Laser diode plope _ lies Sony alkaline LR20 : approx 22 h Material : GaAIAs Wave length : 780 nm Tape playback Emission duration : Continuous Laser output : Less than 446 pW Sony R20P : appl ox 7 h { This output is the value measured at a distance of Sony alkaline LR20 : approx 20 h about 200 mm from the oltiective lens surface on the optical pick up block with 7 mm apeltule / CD playback Spindle aspeedin 200 r / r ( rpm ) to 500 r / rain ( rpm ) ( CLVt Sony R20P : appl ox 3 h Number of channels Sony alkaline LR20 : approx 10 h 2 Frequenry response For memo W back up : approx . I yeal 20 20,000Hz + l / I dB Dimensions Wow and Butter Approx 650 x 265 x 256 mm ( w / h / dJ Below measurable limit ( 25 % x I0 V _ x 10 % inches ) { incl projecting parts ) Mass Radio section Approx 67 kg ( 14 Ib 12 oz } ( incl batteries } Frequency range Supplied accessow FM : 875 108MHz AC power cord ( I1 Remote contlol ( I ) AM : 530 L710 kHz Antennas FM : Telescopic antenna Design and specifications are subject to change without notice . AM : Built in ferrite hal antenna Cassette - corder section Optional accessories Sony MDR headphone seties Recording system 4 tl _ ck 2 channel . stereo Fast winding time Approx 120 s _ c ) with Sony cassette C 60 Prequen _ response TYPE I { normal ) : 80 10 , O00Hz General Speaker Full range : 10 cm ( 4 in . ) dia . , 3.2 ohms , cone type ( 2 ) Outputs Headphonesjack ( stereo mini jack ) Fol16 68 ohms impedance headphones 34 Additional Information
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Index A L s Audio emphasis 25 Listening to the radio 6 Selecting Locating a specific track 13 audio emphasis 25 B LOOP 18 tracks 13 Batteries Setting tile clock 21 for memory 26 Setting up 27 M , N , O for player 28 MEGA BASS 25 Shuffle play 15 for remote 27 SOUND 25 Sound mode 25 P , Q c Playing CD player 12 aCD 4 T Cleaning a tape 8 Tape player 8 cabinet 33 Timer preset radio stations 20 lens 33 tracks in random order Falling asleep to music 24 15 tape heads and tape path Waking up to music 22 33 tracks repeatedly 14 Troubleshooting 31 Connecting Program Play 16 AC power cord 27 U , V , W , X , Y , Z Creating your own program R 16 Using the display 12 Radio stations Playing 20 D , E Presetting 19 Demagnetizing the tape Rocording heads 33 on a tape 10 Display 12 Ropeat Play 14 F , G , H FLASH 18 I , J , K hnproving broadcast reception 7 35
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