AB
Compact Disc Player
OWNER’S MANUAL
© 2014 Yamaha Corporation
Printed in Malaysia ZK27080
A Living Tradition in Sound
A piano comes into this world through the perfect synergy of advanced technical
skill and artistry. Such a piano can create sound that truly reflects the player’s
feelings.
The final stage in piano production is called “voicing”. It is here that the
instrument is given its soul.
A highly skilled expert concentrates his mind and sensitivity on the sound of each
key, finely adjusting the dynamic feel of the hammers, bringing the tone and
vibrancy of all 88 keys together perfectly; a truly stunning achievement.
It is a quality of sound that can only be determined by an astute, sensitive ear. We
apply this very same concept to the manufacture of our audio products. The
technician performs exhaustive listening tests and every component is considered,
in order to finally achieve the ideal sound.
Yamaha’s tradition of audio quality stretches back over 125 years, and continues to
live on in all Yamaha products today.
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Excellence in Audio Achievement
First HiFi System introduced in 1920
We introduced numerous HiFi components
(turntables, FM/AM tuners, integrated
amplifiers, preamplifiers, power amplifiers
and speakers) in 1955 - 1965.
CA-1000
NS-20
Natural Sound Speaker Series introduced
in 1967
NS-20 Monitor Speaker
CA-1000 Integrated Amplifier
Featuring A-Class operation, the CA-1000 set
the standard for integrated amplifiers.
NS-1000M
NS-690
NS-690 Natural Sound Speaker
NS-1000M Monitor Speaker
C-2
A truly legendary speaker still revered by HiFi
enthusiasts.
B-1 Power Amplifier
B-1
An innovative power amp that used vertical FETs in all
stages.
C-2 Control Amplifier
Received top prize at the Milan International Music
and HiFi Show.
NS-10M Studio Monitor Speaker
NS-10M
PX-2
Became of the most popular studio monitors
in the world.
A-1
A-1 Integrated Amplifier
PX-2 Turntable
Yamaha’s first straight arm turntable.
B-6
B-6 Power Amplifier
B-2x
Pyramid-shaped power amplifier.
GT-2000/L Turntable
First CD Player (CD-1) introduced in 1983
MX-10000
B-2x Power Amplifier
CX-10000
MX-10000 Power Amplifier and
CX-10000 Control Amplifier
Redefined the capabilities of separate components.
NP-S2000
AX-1 Integrated Amplifier
GT-CD1 CD Player
MX-1 Power Amplifier and
CX-1 Preamplifier
A-S3000
Soavo-1 and Soavo-2 Natural Sound
Speaker Systems
NP-S2000 Network Player
Soavo-1
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A-S2000 Integrated Amplifier and
CD-S2000 CD Player
CD-S3000
A-S3000 Integrated Amplifier and
CD-S3000 CD Player
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◆ Full-stage balanced signal transmission beginning with the DAC
achieves the ultimate in CD reproduction
◆ Independent power supplies with digital and analog completely
separated
◆ Exclusive Yamaha loading mechanism and high precision CD drive
◆ Left-right symmetrical design with rigid, stable construction
◆ Pure Direct
◆ Super sound from Super Audio CDs
◆ Heavy feet with newly-developed antivibration spikes
◆ DSD playback via 192 kHz, 24-bit USB DAC
■ Supplied accessories
Please check that you have received all of the following parts.
• Power cable
• Remote control
• Batteries (AAA, R03, UM-4) (×2)
• Stereo pin cable
• SAFETY BROCHURE
Contents
Controls and functions.......................................................................................................................................... 6
Connections.......................................................................................................................................................... 18
Playback of music files stored on a PC.............................................................................................................. 22
Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................... 26
Playable disc format............................................................................................................................................ 27
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................... 29
■ About this manual
• y indicates a tip for your operation.
• Photographs and illustrations are for explanatory purposes, and may differ from the actual unit.
• Read the “SAFETY BROCHURE” before using this unit.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Controls and
functions
In this chapter, you will learn the controls and functions of CD-S2100.
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Controls and functions
■ Front panel (pages 6 to 9)
SA-CD HYBRID TRACK TOTAL REMAIN PROG SHUFFLE REPOFFSALL
PURE DIRECT
STANDBY/ON
SOURCE
LAYER
SOURCE
LAYER
SA-CD
CD
DISC
USB
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
OFF
1
2
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5
6
1 STANDBY/ON, OFF switch
Turns on or off this unit.
STANDBY/ON (upper position): In this position,
you can select STANDBY or ON, using the p CD
key on the remote control.
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8
2 STANDBY/ON indicator
Lit brightly: Shows that the power of the unit is ON.
In this condition, you can switch the unit to
STANDBY mode by pressing the p CD key on
the remote control.
OFF (lower position): The power of this unit is
turned off.
Lit dimly: Shows that the unit is in STANDBY mode.
In this condition, you can switch the unit on by
pressing the p CD key on the remote control.
Notes
Off: Shows that the power of the unit is OFF. In this
condition, you can turn the power on only by
pressing the STANDBY/ON, OFF switch on the
front panel.
• When you turn on this unit, it will take a few seconds
before this unit can reproduce sound.
• If this unit is not operated for 30 minutes with no audio
signal detected, it goes to STANDBY mode (page 14).
• If you disconnect the power cable from the AC outlet and
connect it again when this unit is in STANDBY mode, the
power of the unit is turned on (page 20). If the unit is not to
be operated for a long time, set the STANDBY/ON, OFF
switch to OFF.
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5 SOURCE key
Selects the audio source to be played back. Each time
you press this key, the audio source is switched.
(coaxial digital input)
(optical digital input)
y
The audio source setting is retained even if you turn off this
unit.
6 LAYER key
Switches the playback layer of a hybrid Super Audio
CD between SA-CD and CD while playback is
stopped (page 27).
y
This setting is retained even if you turn off this unit.
Note
When SA-CD layer is selected, audio signals are output only
from the BALANCED OUT and ANALOG OUT jacks.
7 LAYER indicators
The indicator of the layer selected with the LAYER
key lights.
3 PURE DIRECT key
Allows you to enjoy high audio quality.
8 SOURCE indicators
The indicator of the audio source selected with the
SOURCE key lights.
y
• Press this key again to turn off the PURE DIRECT mode.
• This setting is retained even if you turn off this unit.
Notes
When PURE DIRECT is on:
• The audio signals are output only from the BALANCED
OUT jacks and the ANALOG OUT jacks.
• The front panel display will show only the minimum
indicators and messages.
4 PURE DIRECT indicator
Lights when the PURE DIRECT mode is turned on.
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Controls and functions
■ Front panel (pages 6 to 9)
9
0
A
C
B
D
E
SA-CD HYBRID TRACK TOTAL REMAIN PROG SHUFFLE REPOFFSALL
STANDBY/ON
PURE DIRECT
SOURCE
LAYER
SOURCE
LAYER
SA-CD
CD
DISC
USB
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
OFF
F
9 Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote control.
0 Display
The brightness can be adjusted with the DIMMER key
on the remote control (page 12).
A
(playback) /
(pause) indicator
Lights in the playback/pause mode.
B Disc type indicator
Indicates the type (SA-CD/CD/HYBRID) of the disc
in the disc tray.
C Time display mode indicator
Indicates the time display mode of the display. Change
the mode by pressing the DISPLAY key on the remote
control (page 13).
TRACK: Elapsed time of the current track
TRACK REMAIN: Remaining time of the current
track
TOTAL REMAIN: Total remaining time of the disc
D Playback mode indicator
Indicates the current playback mode.
PROG: Program playback (page 14)
SHUFFLE: Shuffle playback (page 13)
REP OFF: Repeat playback off (page 12)
REP S : Single repeat playback (page 12)
REP ALL: All repeat playback (page 12)
E Information display
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G
H
I
J
K
F Disc tray
Loads a disc.
I
(Play) key
Starts playback.
G
J
(Pause) key
Pauses playback. Press the
playback.
(Open/Close) key
Opens or closes the disc tray.
y
The disc tray also closes automatically when you press:
• the
(Play) key on the front panel or on the remote
control.
• the front edge of the disc tray gently.
• a numeric button on the remote control.
H
K
or
key to resume
(Stop) key
Stops playback.
(Skip/Search backward) key
Press the key once to skip back to the beginning of the
current track.
Press it twice to skip to the beginning of the previous
track.
Press and hold it to search backward.
See page 28 for more information on MP3/WMA
playback.
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(Skip/Search forward) key
Press the key once to skip to the next track.
Press and hold it to search forward.
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Controls and functions
■ Rear panel
1
2
3
USB
BALANCED OUT
ANALOG OUT
BALANCED OUT
SYSTEM CONNECTOR
GND
1
2
5
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DIGITAL IN
REMOTE
IN
+HOT
4
OUT
3
- COLD
8
9
See page 18 for connection information.
1 BALANCED OUT jacks (male)
2 ANALOG OUT jacks
3 DIGITAL IN USB jack (Type B)
4 DIGITAL IN OPTICAL jack
5 DIGITAL IN COAXIAL jack
6 DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL jack
7 DIGITAL OUT COAXIAL jack
Note
While playing the SA-CD layer, the audio signals are output only
from the BALANCED OUT and ANALOG OUT jacks.
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8 SYSTEM CONNECTOR
Use this connector to connect a product testing device
for servicing.
9 REMOTE IN/OUT jacks
Use these jacks to connect an external component for
remote operation.
For details on the connection, see page 21.
OPTIC
DI
6
7
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
AC IN
0
A
0 AC IN inlet
Use this inlet to plug in the supplied power cable.
See page 20 for connection information.
A Foot
The feet of this unit include built-in spikes. Using the
spikes can reduce the effect of vibrations on the set.
When using the spikes, remove the transport tape, then
remove the magnet foot by pulling it.
Caution
• Take care that the magnet foot is not accidentally
swallowed by small children.
• When using the feet’s built-in spikes, the spikes may
scratch the shelf or floor on which this unit is installed. Use
the magnet feet or appropriate supports when placing this
unit on expensive furniture, etc.
y
If this unit is unstable, you can adjust the foot height by
rotating it.
Spike
Transport
tape
Magnet
foot
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Controls and functions
■ Remote control
3
1
4 p AMP key
Turns the Yamaha amplifier ON or switches it to
STANDBY mode.
2
3
OPEN/CLOSE key
Opens or closes the disc tray.
AMP OPEN/CLOSE
CD
4
DIMMER PURE DIRECT DISPLAY
@
A
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ENTER
CLEAR
Some Yamaha amplifiers cannot be controlled with the
p AMP key of this remote control.
5 DIMMER key
Selects the brightness level for the front panel display.
Each time you press the DIMMER key, the brightness
level changes in the following order:
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0
Note
Max (brightest)
Level 3 (darkest)
B
Level 1 (default)
Level 2
y
This setting is retained even if you turn off this unit.
REPEAT PROGRAM SHUFFLE
7
6 Numeric buttons
Use to select a track directly.
Note
This operation is ineffective for MP3 or WMA discs.
8
7 REPEAT key
Repeats playback of a single track or all tracks. Each
time you press the REPEAT key during playback, the
repeat playback mode changes as follows:
SOURCE
LAYER
C
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REP OFF (repeat playback off):
Repeat playback is cancelled.
REP S (single repeat playback):
On reaching the end of the current track, playback
repeats from the beginning of the current track.
VOLUME
D
MUTE
INPUT
REP ALL (all repeat playback):
On reaching the end of the last track, playback
repeats from the beginning of the first track.
Note
This operation is ineffective for MP3 or WMA discs.
PROGRAM key
Turns on or off the program playback mode. See
“Program playback” (page 14).
1 Infrared signal transmitter
Sends infrared signals to this unit.
2 p CD key
Turns this unit ON or switches it to STANDBY mode.
For details on STANDBY, see “Front panel” (page 6).
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A DISPLAY key
Switches the time display. Each time you press the
DISPLAY key during playback, the time display
changes as follows:
SHUFFLE key
Performs shuffle playback.
Notes
• This operation is ineffective for MP3 or WMA discs.
• The shuffle playback mode is cancelled when playback is
stopped or the disc is ejected.
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or
B ENTER key
Confirms a track number entered when you are
programming tracks.
key to
(Play) key
Starts playback.
(Skip backward) key
Press the key once to skip back to the beginning of
the current track.
Press it twice to skip to the beginning of the
previous track.
(Skip forward) key
Press the key once to skip to the next track.
CLEAR key
Erases the last programmed track when this unit is in
the program editing mode. See “Program playback”
(page 14).
y
To erase all programmed tracks, press the CLEAR key while
programmed playback is stopped.
C LAYER key
Switches the playback layer of a hybrid Super Audio
CD between SA-CD and CD while playback is
stopped (page 27).
y
(Stop) key
Stops playback.
This setting is retained even if you turn off this unit.
9 SOURCE key
Selects the audio source to be played back. Each time
you press this key, the audio source is switched as
shown below.
(coaxial digital input)
TRACK REMAIN: Remaining time of the current track
TOTAL REMAIN: Total remaining time of the disc
(Search backward) key
(Search forward) key
Searches tracks backward/forward.
(Pause) key
Pauses playback. Press the
resume playback.
TRACK: Elapsed time of the current track
(optical digital input)
y
The audio source setting is retained even if you turn off this
unit.
Note
When SA-CD layer is selected, audio signals are output only
from the BALANCED OUT and ANALOG OUT jacks.
D Yamaha amplifier operation keys
Operates the Yamaha amplifier.
Refer to the owner’s manual of your amplifier for
details.
Note
Some Yamaha amplifiers cannot be controlled with the keys
of this remote control.
0 PURE DIRECT key
Allows you to enjoy high audio quality.
y
• Press this key again to turn off the PURE DIRECT mode.
• This setting is retained even if you turn off this unit.
Notes
• The audio signals are output only from the BALANCED
OUT jacks and the ANALOG OUT jacks.
• The front panel display will show only the minimum
indicators and messages.
English
When PURE DIRECT is on:
See page 28 for more information on MP3/WMA
playback.
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Controls and functions
■ Program playback
In the program playback mode, you can play back tracks
in a programmed sequence.
1
Press PROGRAM while playback is stopped.
This unit is set to the program editing mode.
2
Select a track by using the numeric buttons
and press ENTER.
3
Repeat step 2 to program the next track.
You can program up to 24 tracks.
4
Press the p (Play) key.
Playback starts from the beginning of the
programmed sequence.
■ Setting the AUTO POWER STANDBY
function
The AUTO POWER STANDBY function can be set to
ON or OFF. When set to ON, if the unit is not operated for
30 minutes with no audio signal detected, it automatically
goes to STANDBY mode. When set to OFF, the unit does
not go to STANDBY mode automatically.
1
Open the disc tray and remove any currentlyloaded disc from the unit.
Skip step 1 to 3 if “NO DISC” appears on the
information display.
2
Close the disc tray.
3
Press SOURCE to select “DISC” as the audio
source.
“NO DISC” appears on the information display.
4
Press and hold the
(Stop) key or
(Play)
key on the front panel for about 2 seconds to
switch the setting.
(Stop) key: The AUTO POWER STANDBY
function switches to ON, and
“AutoSTBY ON” appears on the
information display.
(Play) key: The AUTO POWER STANDBY
function switches to OFF, and
“AutoSTBY OFF” appears on the
information display.
Notes
• This operation is ineffective for MP3 or WMA discs.
• The programmed tracks are erased in the following cases:
– when the disc is ejected
– when this unit is turned off or goes to STANDBY mode
– when an audio source other than the disc is selected
– when the playback layer of a hybrid Super Audio CD is
switched between SA-CD and CD
Notes
• The default setting for the AUTO POWER STANDBY function
is ON.
• This setting is retained even if you turn off this unit.
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■ Setting the DPLL (Digital Phased Lock
Loop) bandwidth
The audio DAC (ES9016) of this unit employs DPLL to
generate accurate clock signals synchronized with the
clock of the input digital audio signal. The 7-step DPLL
bandwidth setting gives the unit tolerance for fluctuation
of the clock of the input digital signal and adjustment of
the accuracy of the operating clock in the DAC.
1
Press SOURCE to select the audio source to
be played back.
The DPLL bandwidth can be set for each audio
source, respectively.
2
Within 5 seconds after selecting the audio
source, press ENTER.
The unit enters the setting mode, and the DPLL
bandwidth currently set appears on the information
display.
3
Select the DPLL bandwidth using the
(pause) key and the
(stop) key.
Each time the
(pause) key is pressed, the
bandwidth changes in the following order. If you
press the
(stop) key, it changes in reverse order.
4
Press ENTER.
The setting value flashes for 3 seconds, then the unit
resumes to normal mode.
To cancel the setting, press CLEAR.
Notes
• As the DPLL bandwidth setting value approaches “Lowest,” the
accuracy of the operating clock in the DAC improves, but the
unit may be susceptible to a change in the clock of the external
component. The sound from such a component may more easily
skips.
• As the DPLL bandwidth setting value approaches “Highest,”
the accuracy of the operating clock in the DAC deteriorates, but
the unit is far less susceptible to a change in the clock of the
external component, and the sound from such a component
hardly skips.
Lowest
Low
Med-Low (default)
Medium
Med-Hi
High
Highest
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Controls and functions
■ Installing batteries in the remote control
1
Remove the battery compartment cover.
2
Insert the two batteries (AAA, R03, UM-4)
according to the polarity markings (+ and -)
on the inside of the battery compartment.
■ Operating range of the remote control
Approximately
6 m (20 ft)
30
30
1
2
y
The remote control transmits a directional infrared beam.
Be sure to aim the remote control directly at the remote
control sensor on the front panel of this unit during operation.
3
Reinstall the battery compartment cover.
3
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Connections
In this section, you will make connections between CD-S2100 and your amplifier.
CONNECTIONS
Connections
BALANCED OUT
ANALOG OUT
BALANCED OUT
SYSTEM CONNECTOR
GND
REMOTE
IN
+HOT
- COLD
XLR balanced cable
Stereo pin cable
Amplifier
If your amplifier is equipped with XLR balanced input jacks,
we recommend balanced connection for optimum audio performance.
When the SA-CD layer is played, the audio signals are output only from the BALANCED OUT and
ANALOG OUT jacks.
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OUT
CONNECTIONS
USB
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
DIGITAL IN
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
AC IN
Optical
digital cable
Optical
digital cable
USB cable
(Type B)
PC
Coaxial digital
cable
Component equipped with a
digital output (PCM) jack
Coaxial digital
cable
AV receiver equipped with a
digital input jack
Note
Only PCM signals can be input to the DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks of this unit. For details on the supported
PCM signals, see page 26.
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CONNECTIONS
Connections
■ Connecting to the BALANCED OUT
jacks
Connect your amplifier with the XLR balanced input
jacks. The pin assignments for these jacks are shown
below. Refer to the owner’s manual supplied with your
amplifier and verify that its XLR balanced input jacks are
compatible with the pin assignments.
1: ground
■ Connecting the power cable
Plug the power cable into the AC IN inlet when all
connections are complete, and then plug in the power
cable to the AC outlet.
Rear panel of CD-S2100
2: hot
AC IN
3: cold
When connecting, be sure to match the pins and insert the
connector of the “female” XLR balanced cable. When
disconnecting, pull out the “female” XLR balanced cable
while pressing down the latch lock on the plug.
Latch lock
Supplied power cable
“Female” XLR connector
“Male” XLR connector
to an AC outlet
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CONNECTIONS
■ Operating this unit from another room
If you connect an infrared receiver and transmitter to the
REMOTE IN/OUT jacks of this unit, you can operate the
unit and/or external component using the supplied remote
control located in another room.
Rear panel of CD-S2100
SYSTEM CONNECTOR
When you have another Yamaha component supporting
remote connection, as this unit does, an infrared
transmitter is not necessary. You can transmit remote
signals by connecting an infrared receiver and the
REMOTE IN jack of the other component to the
REMOTE IN/OUT jacks of this unit, using cables with
monaural miniplugs.
Up to three Yamaha components (including this unit) can
be connected.
Rear panel of CD-S2100
SYSTEM CONNECTOR
REMOTE
IN
■ Remote connection between Yamaha
components
OUT
REMOTE
IN
OUT
Monaural miniplug cable
Infrared
receiver
Infrared
transmitter
Infrared
receiver
REMOTE
IN
OUT
Remote control
External component
(e.g. Amplifier)
Remote control
Yamaha component
(up to three components
including this unit)
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CONNECTIONS
Playback of music files stored on a PC
When a PC is connected to the USB jack of this unit, the
unit functions as a USB DAC, enabling music files stored
on the PC to be played via an amplifier connected to the
unit.
■ Installing the dedicated driver
Before connecting a PC to this unit, install the dedicated
driver on the PC.
1
Rear panel of CD-S2100
Access the following URL, download the
dedicated “Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver,”
then extract and execute the file.
Website for downloading the exclusive driver
URL: http://download.yamaha.com/
USB
BALANCED OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DIGITAL IN
2
Install the downloaded “Yamaha Steinberg
USB Driver” on the PC.
For details, refer to the Installation Guide supplied
with the downloaded driver.
3
When installation is complete, quit all
running applications.
4
Set the audio output destination of the
computer to “Yamaha CD Player.”
USB cable (Type B)
With Windows OS:
Control Panel → Sound → [Playback] tab
With Mac OS:
System Preferences → Sound → [Output] tab
PC
The setting may vary, depending on the operating
system. For details, consult the manufacturer of your
PC.
■ Supported operating systems
The USB connection with this unit is for PCs with the
following operating systems:
Windows: Windows Vista (SP2, 32bit/64bit)/
Windows 7 (32bit/64bit)/
Windows 8 (32bit/64bit)
Mac: OS X 10.5.8/10.6.8/10.7.x/10.8.x
Notes
• Operations with other operating systems are not guaranteed.
• Operations may be disabled even with the above-mentioned
operating systems, depending on the configuration or
environment of the PC.
• Operations may not be executed correctly if the PC is connected
to this unit before the driver is installed.
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y
Transmittable sampling frequencies are as follows:
44.1 kHz/48 kHz/88.2 kHz/96 kHz/176.4 kHz/192 kHz
Notes
• Operations may not be executed correctly if the PC is connected
to this unit before the driver is installed.
• When the driver is installed on a Windows XP computer, the
operation speed of the computer may be reduced. In such a case,
restart the computer.
• The “Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver” is subject to change
without prior notice. For details and the latest information, refer
to the download page for the driver.
CONNECTIONS
■ Playing back music files stored on the
PC
1
Connect the PC to this unit, using a USB
cable.
2
Turn on the PC.
3
Turn this unit on by pressing the STANDBY/
ON, OFF switch on the front panel.
4
Select “USB,” using the SOURCE key.
5
Set the audio output destination of the PC to
“Yamaha CD Player.”
■ Adjusting the sound volume
To obtain higher sound quality, set the sound volume at
the PC to the maximum, and gradually increase the
volume at the amplifier from the minimum to your desired
level.
Notes
• Do not disconnect the USB cable, turn off the unit, or change
the input with the SOURCE key while playback on a PC
connected via the USB cable is in progress. Doing so may cause
a malfunction.
• To mute operation sounds of the PC during music playback,
change the setting on the PC.
• If music files cannot be played correctly, restart the computer
and perform the mentioned procedure again.
• The music files stored on a PC cannot be controlled from this
unit or the remote control of this unit. Operate them on the PC.
With Windows OS:
Control Panel → Sound → [Playback] tab
With Mac OS:
System Preferences → Sound → [Output] tab
The setting may vary, depending on the operating
system. For details, consult the manufacturer of your
PC.
6
Operate the PC to start playback of music
files.
When the music signal is fed from the PC to the unit,
the sampling frequency of the file being played is
indicated on the display of the unit.
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CONNECTIONS
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Specifications
In this section, you will find technical specifications for CD-S2100.
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
AUDIO SECTION
GENERAL
• Frequency Response (1 kHz, 0 dB)
SA-CD ..................................................... 2 Hz to 50 kHz (–3 dB)
CD ......................................................................... 2 Hz to 20 kHz
• Power Supply
[China, Korea, Asia, Australia, U.K. and Europe models]
.......................................................... AC 220 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
[U.S.A, Canada and Taiwan models]
............................................................... AC 110 – 120 V, 60 Hz
• Playback Frequency Range ........................................2 Hz to 96 kHz
• Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz, 0 dB)
SA-CD .................................................................... 0.002% or less
CD .......................................................................... 0.002% or less
• Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network) (1 kHz, 0 dB)
SA-CD/CD ........................................................... 116 dB or more
• Dynamic Range (1 kHz, 0 dB)
SA-CD .................................................................. 110 dB or more
CD ........................................................................ 100 dB or more
• Output Level (1 kHz, 0 dB)
SA-CD/CD .................................................................. 2.0 ± 0.3 V
• Power Consumption ................................................................ 30 W
• Standby Power Consumption (reference data)
[U.S.A, Canada, Taiwan, China, Korea, Asia and
Europe models]................................................................... 0.3 W
[Australia and U.K. models].................................................. 0.4 W
• Dimensions (W × H × D) ............................... 435 × 137 × 438 mm
(17-1/8” × 5-3/8” × 17-1/4”)
• Weight ................................................................... 15.6 kg (34.4 lbs)
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
LASER DIODE PROPERTIES
• Wavelength
SA-CD ............................................................................... 655 nm
CD ..................................................................................... 790 nm
• Output Power
SA-CD .................................................................. 1.89 mW (max)
CD ........................................................................ 1.36 mW (max)
INPUT/OUTPUT SECTION
• Digital Input (DIGITAL IN)
USB (Type B) × 1 ........................................ USB 2.0 compliant
OPTICAL × 1
COAXIAL × 1
Support audio sample rate ......... 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
Word depths ............................................................. 16 bit/24 bit
• Digital Output (DIGITAL OUT)
OPTICAL × 1
COAXIAL × 1
Support audio sample rate ......... 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
Word depths ............................................................. 16 bit/24 bit
• Audio Output
ANALOG OUT ..................................... Unbalanced × 2 ch (L/R)
BALANCED OUT .................................... Balanced × 2 ch (L/R)
• Remote Input/Output
REMOTE IN
REMOTE OUT
• System Connector
SYSTEM CONNECTOR
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Taking care of this unit
Polish finish on the side panels
Use of Yamaha Unicon cloth (sold separately) is
recommended. For heavy dirt, use Yamaha Piano
Unicon (sold separately). For puschasing, contact your
nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
Other finish
When you wipe this unit, do not use chemical solvents
(alcohol, thinner, etc.), which might damage the finish.
Use a clean, dry cloth. For heavy dirt, dampen a soft
cloth in detergent diluted with water, wring it out, and
clean this unit with the cloth.
SPECIFICATIONS
Playable disc format
■ Supported disc types
CD-R, CD-RW digital audio discs
Super Audio CD
Music CDs made by copying onto a CD-R or CD-RW
(including MP3 or WMA format files).
This unit is designed to play back compact discs bearing
the marks shown below. Never attempt to load any other
types of discs into this unit. This unit can also play back 8cm (3-inch) compact discs.
Notes
Audio format based upon the current CD standards but
includes a greater amount of information that provides
higher quality sound. There are three types of discs: single
layer, dual layer and hybrid discs. The hybrid disc can be
played on existing CD players as well as Super Audio CD
players since it contains both standard audio CD and
Super Audio CD information.
• Be sure to use a CD-R or CD-RW disc made by a reliable
manufacturer.
• Be sure to use a CD-R or CD-RW disc which has at least one of
the following phrases on the disc or disc case.
– FOR CONSUMER
– FOR CONSUMER USE
– FOR MUSIC USE ONLY
• Be sure to use a finalized CD-R or CD-RW disc.
CD-TEXT discs
Note
This unit does not show text data on the front panel display.
Super Audio CD disc type
Dual layer disc
Hybrid layer disc
Single layer disc
HD layer
HD layer
The discs recorded with text data such as album titles,
track titles, and artist names. These discs can be played
back with ordinary CD players.
CD layer
HD layer
Note
This unit does not show text data on the front panel display.
Hybrid Super Audio CD disc
1 CD layer that plays on any
CD player
NOTE:
This unit may not be able to play back some CD-RW discs or
discs on which recording was not made correctly.
High Density layer containing:
2 - High Quality DSD Stereo
3 - High Quality DSD Multi-channel
Compact discs (digital audio)
To prevent a malfunction of this unit:
• Do not use any nonstandard shaped
disc (heart, etc.) available in the
market as it might damage this unit.
• Do not use a disc with tape, seals, or
paste on it. Such a disc may get stuck
in this unit or cause damage to this
unit.
The most popular discs for commercially available audio
CDs.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Playable disc format
■ About MP3 and WMA discs
You can play back MP3 and WMA files recorded on a
CD-R or CD-RW with similar uses as a music CD.
MP3
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) is a standard technology
and format for compressing an audio sequence into a
small-sized file. However, the original level of sound
quality is preserved during playback.
Notes
• This unit plays back MP3 files in alphanumeric order.
• Up to 648 folders and files (combined) and up to 299 folders are
recognized; however, some folders and files may not be
recognized depending on their directory structure.
• Depending on recording conditions such as recording software
settings, this unit may not be able to play back the disc or files
in the order they were recorded.
• This unit is compatible with a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz.
• This unit is compatible with a bitrate of 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80,
96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, or 320 kbps. Variable bitrate is
not supported.
• The disc must be ISO9660 compatible.
• The text data contained in the files are not displayed on this
unit.
WMA
WMA (Windows Media Audio) is a Microsoft file format
for encoding digital audio files similar to MP3 although
WMA can compress files at a higher rate than MP3.
■ Handling compact discs
• Always handle a disc with care so that its surface is not
scratched.
• Compact discs are rarely worn out during playback, but
damage to the disc surface when the disc is being
handled can adversely affect the disc playback.
• Be sure to use a felt-tip pen or similar writing tool
when writing on the label side of a disc. Do not use a
ball-point pen, pencil, or other hard-tipped writing
tools as these may damage the disc and may adversely
affect the disc playback.
• Do not warp discs.
• When a disc is not currently being used, remove it from
this unit and store it in an appropriate case.
• When removing or storing a disc, be careful not to
scratch the playing surface.
• Compact discs are not affected by small particles of
dust or fingerprints on their playing surface, but even
so they must be kept clean. Wipe the disc surface with
a clean, cry cloth. Do not wipe the disc surface with a
circular motion; wipe it straight outward from the
center.
Notes
• This unit plays back WMA files in alphanumeric order.
• Up to 648 folders and files (combined) and up to 299 folders are
recognized; however, some folders and files may not be
recognized depending on their directory structure.
• This unit is compatible with a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz.
• This unit is compatible with a bitrate of 48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160,
or 192 kbps. Variable bitrate is not supported.
• The disc must be ISO9660 compatible.
• Copyright-protected WMA files cannot be played back with
this unit.
• The text data contained in the files are not displayed on this
unit.
• Do not try to clean the disc surface with any type of
disc cleaner, record spray, anti-static spray or liquid, or
any other chemical-based liquid as such substances
may irreparably damage the disc surface.
• Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high
temperature, or high humidity for a long period of time
as these conditions may warp or otherwise damage the
disc.
• To play back an 8-cm (3-inch) compact disc, place it in
the inner recessed area of the disc tray. Do not put a
normal 12-cm CD on top of an 8-cm CD.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Troubleshooting
Refer to the chart below if this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below or
if the instructions below do not help, turn off this unit, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest authorized
Yamaha dealer or service center.
Problem
Cause
Remedy
See
page
This unit fails to turn
on.
The power cable is not connected nor completely
connected.
Securely connect the power cable.
This unit
automatically goes to
STANDBY mode.
The automatic standby function is activated.
If the unit is not operated for 30 minutes with no
audio signal detected, it automatically goes to
STANDBY mode.
6
The disc tray does not
close completely.
A foreign object is obstructing the tray.
Carefully check the disc tray and remove the
foreign object.
—
Playback does not
start.
The disc is damaged.
Check the disc carefully; replace it if necessary.
—
There is moisture on the laser pickup.
Wait 20 to 30 minutes after switching the unit
ON before trying to play back a disc.
—
The disc is loaded upside down.
Reload the disc with the label side up.
—
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
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The MP3 or WMA formats are not compatible
with this unit.
Replace the disc with a correctly recorded disc
playable with this unit.
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The CD-RW (ReWritable) disc is not recorded
correctly.
Replace the disc with a correctly recorded disc
playable with this unit.
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The disc is a non-standard disc not playable with
this unit.
Replace the disc with a correctly recorded disc
playable with this unit.
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Playback is delayed,
or begins at the
wrong place.
The disc may be scratched or damaged.
Check the disc carefully; replace it if necessary.
No sound.
Improper output cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
18
Improper amplifier operation.
Set the amplifier controls to the correct input
selection.
—
The unit is in PURE DIRECT mode.
Turn off PURE DIRECT mode.
7
The Super Audio CD layer is being played.
Change the layer for playback.
This unit is being subjected to vibrations or
impacts.
Relocate this unit.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
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The clock of the playback audio signal is
fluctuated.
Change the DPLL bandwidth of the audio DAC
(ES9016).
15
Improper cable connections.
Securely connect the audio cables. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
18
No playback sound
from the component
connected to the
digital input jacks.
Sound “skips.”
Sound “hums.”
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SPECIFICATIONS
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Remedy
See
page
Noise from a nearby
tuner.
The tuner is too close to this unit.
Move the tuner and this unit farther apart.
Noise from inside of
the disc tray.
The disc may be warped.
Replace the disc.
No sound from the
component
connected to the
DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL
or COAXIAL) jack.
The output audio source setting on the connected
component is not “PCM.”
Only PCM audio sources can be played via the
DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks of
this unit.
Set the output audio source of the connected
component to “PCM.”
—
The remote control
does not work.
The batteries of the remote control are too weak.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
16
Remote control is too far away or tilted too
much.
Use within 6 m and 60° radius.
Direct sunlight or lighting (of an inverter type
fluorescent lamp etc.) is striking the remote
control sensor of this unit.
Reposition this unit.
—
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■ On USB connection
Problem
The connected PC
does not recognize
this unit.
Noisy playback.
Music files cannot be
played.
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Cause
Remedy
See
page
The operating system of the PC is not supported.
Use a PC with an operation-guaranteed operating
system.
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Improper USB cable connection
Connect the USB cable properly.
The output of the PC or application is muted.
Cancel the sound muting of the PC or
application.
—
Another application is launched on the PC while
a music file is being played.
If another application is launched while a music
file is being played, sound may be momentarily
lost or noise may be generated.
Do not launch other applications during
playback.
—
The music data are not properly reproduced,
because this unit is connected to the PC or the
input of this unit is switched to “USB” while the
music application is running on the PC.
Connect this unit to the PC and set the input of
the unit to “USB” in advance. Then launch the
music application and start playback.
The dedicated “Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver”
has not been installed correctly.
Install the “Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver”
again, following the correct procedure.
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SPECIFICATIONS
■ Messages on the information display
Message
Status
NO DISC
No disc is set on the disc tray.
Check Cable
The dedicated “Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver” has not been installed correctly. Or, the audio output
of the computer has not been set to “Yamaha CD Player.”
Check PC
The audio signal from the computer cannot be recognized.
Fs: ----kHz
No audio signal is recognized.
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