Yamaha TSX-130WH - Desktop Audio System Owner`s manual

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DESKTOP AUDIO SYSTEM
TSX-130
OWNER’S MANUAL
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
CAUTION INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO
BEAM.
● The name plate is located on the bottom of the unit.
■ For U.K. customers
If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug
supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an
appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions
described below.
Note
The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a
plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live
socket outlet.
■ Special Instructions for U.K. Model
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
Blue: NEUTRAL
Brown: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L
or coloured RED.
Make sure that neither core is connected to the earth
terminal of the three pin plug.
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Caution: Read this before operating your unit.
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To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Install this unit in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean place
with at least 15 cm on the top, 10 cm on the left and right,
and 10 cm at the back of this unit — away from direct
sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or
cold.
Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances,
motors, or transformers to avoid humming sounds.
Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes
from cold to hot (or vice versa), and do not locate this
unit in an environment with high humidity (i.e., a room
with a humidifier) to prevent condensation inside this
unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire, damage to
this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing this unit where foreign object may fall
onto this unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid
dripping or splashing. On the top of this unit, do not
place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e., candles), as they may cause fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and
liquid may cause electrical shock to the user and/or
damage to this unit.
Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth,
curtain, etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the
temperature inside this unit rises, it may cause fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all
connections are complete.
Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat,
possibly causing damage.
Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet,
grasp the plug; do not pull the cable.
Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might
damage the finish.
Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using
this unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous
and may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal
injury. Yamaha will not be held responsible for any
damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage
other than specified.
To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cable
disconnected from a wall outlet or this unit during a
lightning storm.
Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact
qualified Yamaha service personnel when any service is
needed. The cabinet should never be opened for any
reasons.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of
time (i.e., vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from
the wall outlet.
Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section on
common operating errors before concluding that this unit
is faulty.
Before moving this unit, press ON/OFF to set the system
to off, and disconnect the AC power plug from the wall
outlet.
18 Condensation will form when the surrounding
temperature changes suddenly. Disconnect the power
cable from the outlet, then leave this unit alone.
19 When using this unit for a long time, this unit may
become warm. Turn the system off, then leave this unit
alone for cooling.
20 Install this unit near the wall outlet and where the AC
power plug can be reached easily.
21 The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such
as sunshine, fire or the like.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as
long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit itself
is turned off by ON/OFF. In this state, this unit is designed to
consume a very small quantity of power.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Due to possible eye injury, only a
qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to
service this device.
DANGER
This unit emits visible laser radiation when open. Avoid direct
eye exposure to beam. When this unit is plugged into the wall
outlet, do not place your eyes close to the opening of the disc tray
and other openings to look into inside.
The laser component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
LASER
Type
Wave length
Output Power
Beam divergence
Semiconductor laser GaAS/GaAlAs
780 nm
10 mW
60 degrees
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Taking care of the unit
When you wipe this unit, use a clean dry cloth.
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CONTENTS
PREPARATION
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
PREPARATIONS BEFORE USING THIS UNIT
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Turning on/off the system.......................................... 4
Adjusting the clock .................................................... 4
OPERATION
USING USEFUL FUNCTIONS ............................ 5
Using the alarm functions.......................................... 5
Setting sleeping mode................................................ 8
Setting Dimmer mode................................................ 8
Switching DSP mode................................................. 8
BASIC OPERATION ............................................. 9
LISTENING TO MUSIC ..................................... 10
TROUBLESHOOTING....................................... 22
General..................................................................... 22
iPod™ ...................................................................... 23
Disc playback .......................................................... 23
USB playback .......................................................... 24
DAB reception......................................................... 24
Radio reception........................................................ 25
Remote control ........................................................ 25
NOTES ON DISCS AND USB DEVICES.......... 26
Disc information ...................................................... 26
Handling a disc ........................................................ 26
About MP3 or WMA files ....................................... 26
GLOSSARY .......................................................... 27
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................. 27
Listening to your iPod™ ......................................... 10
Listening to a CD..................................................... 12
Listening to a USB device ....................................... 13
LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS..................... 14
Setting the antenna................................................... 14
Preparing for DAB reception................................... 15
Tuning DAB stations ............................................... 15
DAB station information ......................................... 16
Presetting DAB stations........................................... 17
Selecting preset DAB stations (Preset tuning) ........ 17
Using DAB FUNCTION ......................................... 18
DAB frequency information .................................... 19
LISTENING TO FM RADIO STATIONS......... 20
Tuning radio stations ............................................... 20
Presetting radio stations........................................... 20
Selecting preset radio stations (Preset tuning)......... 21
Receiving Radio Data System stations
(U.K. model only) ............................................... 21
■ About this manual
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This unit is iPod and also iPhone-compatible. “iPod” described in this manual may also refer to “iPhone”.
In this manual, operations that can be performed with either this unit or its remote control are explained using the unit.
The symbol “☞” with page number(s) indicates the corresponding reference page(s).
Notes contain important information about safety and operating instructions. y indicates a tip for your operation.
This manual is printed prior to production. Design and specifications are subject to change in part as a result of
improvements, etc. In case of differences between the manual and the product, the product has priority.
■ Supplied accessories
This product includes the following accessories. Make sure you have all of the following parts.
Remote control
Owner’s manual
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DESKTOP AUDIO SYSTEM
TSX-130
OWNER’S MANUAL
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PREPARATION
PREPARATIONS BEFORE USING THIS UNIT
PREPARATION
1 Source buttons: USB, CD, DAB/FM, iPod (☞ P. 9)
2 ON/OFF: System on/off (☞ P. 4)
3 VOLUME: Volume control buttons (☞ P. 9)
4 Audio control buttons (☞ P. 9)
5 iPod dock (☞ P. 10)
6 USB port (☞ P. 13)
7 OPEN/CLOSE
: Disc tray open/close (☞ P. 12)
8 Alarm control buttons (☞ P. 5)
9 SNOOZE/SLEEP (☞ P. 7, 8)
0 Speakers
A Disc tray (☞ P. 12)
B Front panel display (☞ P. 4)
C To the wall outlet
D DAB/FM control buttons (☞ P. 15, 20)
E CLOCK SET (☞ P. 4)
F FUNCTION
G DISPLAY (☞ P. 11, 12, 13, 16, 21)
H FOLDER S/T (☞ P. 9)
I DSP: DSP mode switching (☞ P. 8)
J Infrared signal transmitter (☞ P. 3)
K SLEEP: Sleep time setting (☞ P. 8)
L MENU S/T /Center buttons* (☞ P. 10)
M RANDOM/REPEAT: Changing the playback mode for
iPod/CD/USB (☞ P. 10, 12)
N Indoor DAB/FM antenna (☞ P. 14)
* The round shaped button on the center is called Center in this
manual.
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PREPARATIONS BEFORE USING THIS UNIT
■ Before using the remote control
1 Remove the battery insulation sheet before using the remote
control.
2 Remove the transparent sheet before using the remote control.
■ Using the remote control
Use the remote control within 6 m (20’) of this unit and point it
toward the remote control sensor.
Notes
Within 6 m
(20’)
• Do not spill liquid on the remote control.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Do not leave the remote control in the following places:
– hot or humid places such as a bathroom or near a heater
– extremely cold places
– dusty places
■ Replacing the battery in the remote control
Change the battery when the operation range of the remote control decreases.
Use a straight pin to remove
the cover.
Replace the battery with
a new CR2025 battery.
Close the cover.
Notes
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Insert the battery according to the polarity markings (+ and –).
If the batteries run out, immediately remove them from the remote control to prevent an explosion or acid leak.
If a battery starts leaking, dispose of it immediately. Be careful not to let the leaking battery acid touch your skin or clothing.
Before inserting new batteries, wipe the compartment clean.
Dispose of batteries according to your regional regulations.
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PREPARATIONS BEFORE USING THIS UNIT
Turning on/off the system
Adjusting the clock
The clock is not set at the factory.
Connect the power cable to the wall
outlet.
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Press ON/OFF to turn on the system.
PREPARATION
1
When the system is on: “Hello” appears, then clock and
other information are displayed.
Example: iPod playback mode display
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Press CLOCK SET.
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Select each setting with MENU S/T
and confirm with Center.
When the system is off: “Good-bye” appears, then only
date and time are displayed.
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• This unit has an auto off function, which will automatically
switch the system to off if the system is left turned on for 1 hour
without playback or any other operation being performed. This
function is not available when the source is set to DAB/FM.
• Press and hold ON/OFF on the top of the unit for more than 3
seconds to set the system to standby mode. All the information
on the front panel display is not displayed in standby mode.
This can reduce the power consumption. To cancel standby
mode, press ON/OFF.
• Even in system off/standby mode, the alarm function is
available.
• The memory back-up circuit prevents stored data such as the
time setting from being lost even in system off/standby mode.
You can set YEAR → MONTH → DAY → TIME.
Notes
• This operation can be performed only with the remote control.
• Time appears in 12-hour notation (AM/PM), depending on the
model. For example, “4:00PM”.
• You can switch 12-hour/24-hour notation by pressing
FUNCTION → MENU S/T → Center to select TIME
FORMAT, then pressing MENU S/T → Center to select
12H/24H.
• The time settings are lost after one week when the power cable
is disconnected from the wall outlet.
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OPERATION
USING USEFUL FUNCTIONS
Using the alarm functions
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Set the alarm time.
The unit has the dual alarm function. Each alarm time
always appears on the right/left sides of the clock on the
front panel display. When the alarm is set to on, the alarm
indicator and time light up.
You can set the different music to the alarm from what
you listen to during the setting.
Note
This operation can be performed only with the buttons on the top
of the unit.
1 While setting the alarm function, the alarm
indicator blinks.
2 The item you are setting also blinks.
3 The > mark on the right side means that you have
other menu items on the following screens. You
can go to the next menu item setting by pressing
ENTER.
3
Select and set TYPE → BEEP →
SOURCE → VOLUME.
■ Setting the alarm time and sound
Note
To cancel the alarm function setting during the operations, press
SETUP1/SETUP2. The alarm is not set.
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Start setting ALARM1/ALARM2.
When you want to set the alarm to ALARM1, set on
SETUP1, and SETUP2 is for ALARM2.
1 After setting the alarm time, select the alarm type
from BEEP/BEEP+MUSIC/MUSIC.
– BEEP: beep sound only
– BEEP+MUSIC: beep sound and music selected
in an input source, iPod/CD/USB/DAB/FM
– MUSIC: music only
If you set TYPE to BEEP+MUSIC, you can play
back the desired music in an input source, iPod/
CD/USB/DAB/FM and beep sound together at the
time you set. The music volume gradually
increases to wake you up comfortably, and then
the beep sound plays back at the time you set.
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USING USEFUL FUNCTIONS
2 Select the beep sound.
5 kinds of beep sounds are stored on the unit.
The BEEP screen is skipped automatically if you
select MUSIC/BEEP+MUSIC in step 1.
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You can preview the currently displayed beep sound by
pressing SNOOZE/SLEEP when you select the beep
sound. To stop the beep sound, press SNOOZE/SLEEP
again.
CD
Audio CD: Set a track number.
MP3/WMA CD: Set a folder number. Music starts
from the beginning of the selected folder
(☞ P. 26).
USB (MP3/WMA files)
Set a folder number. Music starts from the
beginning of the selected folder (☞ P. 26).
3 Select the music source from iPod/FM/DAB/CD/
USB or LAST SET.
OPERATION
DAB
Set preset number/station.
FM
Set preset number/frequency.
LAST SET
Keep the setting you set last time.
The SOURCE screen is skipped automatically if
you select BEEP in step 1.
Note
iPod
You can select PLAYLIST or RESUME PLAY.
If the SOURCE is not set completely or the music device is
not set, the unit plays back the beep sound instead. For
example, if the unit cannot read your iPod, the beep sound
plays back.
The music starts from the beginning of the
playlist. Before this operation, make a playlist on
your iPod (☞ P. 7).
4 Set the alarm volume.
Select and set PLAYLIST.
Select and set the desired playlist.
The volume is set with ENTER in step 4, then the
alarm setting is complete. The alarm is set to on
automatically.
■ Switching on/off the alarm
You can switch on/off the alarm with ALARM1/
ALARM2, but the alarm settings are not deleted with this
operation.
Select and set RESUME PLAY when you want to
resume the music, which you listen to last time, as
the alarm sound.
Switch on/off the alarm function.
When the alarm is on, the alarm indicator and time light
up.
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USING USEFUL FUNCTIONS
■ Using the snooze function
■ Stopping the alarm sound
When the beep sound, music, or both are played back, you
can set the snooze function.
You can stop the alarm sound in the 3 ways as follows.
When you stop alarm sound, the system is set to off.
Set the snooze function.
Press ALARM1/ALARM2.
Press ON/OFF.
The function differs depending on the alarm type you set
in TYPE (☞ P. 5).
BEEP: The beep sound stops by pressing SNOOZE/
SLEEP, and resumes after 5 minutes.
MUSIC: The music stops by pressing SNOOZE/SLEEP,
and resumes after 5 minutes.
Press and hold SNOOZE/SLEEP for 2
seconds.
BEEP+MUSIC: With one click of SNOOZE/SLEEP,
you can stop the beep sound and keep playing back the
music. The beep sound resumes after 5 minutes.
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You can also set the snooze function by pressing SLEEP on the
remote control instead of SNOOZE/SLEEP on the unit.
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• If you do not stop the alarm, the alarm stops after 60 minutes
automatically.
• When you stop the alarm, the alarm indicator disappears. To
activate the alarm function again, press ALARM1/ALARM2 to
set the alarm to on.
• When you stop the alarm, the time setting, etc., is saved for
convenient use next time.
Note
Any operations other than setting the snooze function, stopping
the alarm sound, or adjusting the volume control are not available
while playing back the alarm sound.
■ About Playlist
You can collect your favorite songs in the library on your
iPod and make a list. This is a playlist. If you select a
playlist for playback, the songs in the playlist will be
played back. Even if you delete a song in a playlist, it is
not deleted from the library.
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For more details on playlists, refer to the instruction manual of
your iPod.
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USING USEFUL FUNCTIONS
Setting sleeping mode
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Select the desired dimmer level.
You can set the time to turn off the system automatically.
Select the sleep time.
Press repeatedly.
When the sleep function is on, the SLEEP indicator lights
up.
OPERATION
Switching DSP mode
You can switch the sound mode according to the
environment or your preference.
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You can also operate this function with SLEEP on the remote
control.
Setting Dimmer mode
You can change the brightness of the front panel.
If you set DIMMER to AUTO, the dimmer level is
adjusted automatically, depending on the brightness of the
room. If your room is dark, the front panel becomes
darker.
Switch DSP mode.
Press repeatedly.
Each time you press DSP the setting switches as follows:
NORMAL: For normal sound
↓
MILD: For natural and mild sound
↓
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The default setting is AUTO.
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Select DIMMER from the FUNCTION
menu.
HEAVY: For more powerful sound
(default setting)
↓
LIVE: For wide realistic sound
↓
Back to NORMAL
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After you select DIMMER with Center, < appears on the
left side of the front panel display. You can go back to the
FUNCTION menu by pressing MENU on the remote
control.
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BASIC OPERATION
:Press one of the Source buttons to select the desired source.*1*2
:Press to control the volume.
:Press to play/pause.*2
:Press to stop playback.*2
: Press to skip backward/forward.
:Press to turn off the
sound. Press again to
resume the volume.
:Press to choose a
folder.*3
*1 Even when the system is off, you can start playback of the desired source by pressing one of the Source buttons, without pressing
ON/OFF.
*2 Playback is resumed from it was last stopped.
(Except for CD/USB which are played back from the beginning of the track you listened to last time.)
Only for CD/USB:
If you press while the music is stopped, the resume information is cleared and the music starts from the beginning of the first
track/file next time.
*3 Only for MP3/WMA of CD and USB
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LISTENING TO MUSIC
Listening to your iPod™
■ Selecting music on iPod with the remote
control
You can also operate with your iPod only when LIST
DISP is set to iPod (☞ P. 11).
Notes
OPERATION
• The unit is compatible with iPod touch, iPod (Click Wheel
including iPod classic), iPod nano, iPod mini, iPhone and
iPhone 3G.
• You can remove your iPod whenever you want.
• Some features may not be available depending on the model or
the software version of your iPod.
■ Playing back normally
1
Set your iPod into the iPod dock.
iPod
Dock Adapter
MENU: Go back to the previous menu.
Center: Confirm.
S/T: Select menu or items.
■ Using shuffle/repeat mode
After the above steps 1 and 2, you can enjoy shuffle and
repeat mode.
Notes
• A compatible Dock Adapter (not supplied) is required to
attach to the unit.
• The iPod may not be set in the iPod dock securely if it is in
its protective case.
Press RANDOM to switch shuffle mode
for iPod.
Press repeatedly.
2
Select iPod.
Playback starts.
Note
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For operations of your iPod, refer to the instruction manual of
your iPod.
You cannot set ALBUM when you use an iPod touch/iPhone.
Switch repeat mode.
Press repeatedly.
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LISTENING TO MUSIC
■ Switching the playback information
display
■ Switching the playback list display
LIST DISP allows you to select iPod or the front panel
display of the unit to display the list.
Example: When LIST DISP is set to F.PANEL
If you set LIST DISP to iPod, you can also control
playback operations and display the menu list on the iPod.
Switch the display in iPod playback
mode.
Press repeatedly.
You can change the information display as follows.
Song number and elapsed time (default setting)
↓
Song number and remaining time
↓
Song name
↓
Artist name
↓
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The default setting is iPod.
Note
When LIST DISP is set to F.PANEL, playback operation and
menu list displaying are available only on the unit. These
operations are not available with your iPod.
1
Select LIST DISP from the
FUNCTION menu.
2
Select iPod/F.PANEL.
Album name
↓
Back to the default setting
Notes
• This function is available for iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod 5th
generation or later, iPod nano, iPhone and iPhone 3G. However,
even with these models, this function may not be available
depending on the software version of your iPod.
• If you intend to disconnect the power cable of the unit for a long
time, remove the iPod from the unit.
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LISTENING TO MUSIC
Listening to a CD
Switch repeat mode.
■ Playing back normally
1
Press repeatedly.
Open the disc tray and place your
disc.
If the selected music source contains folders, you can also
select FOLDER.
■ Switching the playback information
display
OPERATION
2
Switch the display in CD playback
mode.
Close the disc tray.
Press repeatedly.
3
You can change the information display as follows.
Select CD.
Elapsed time of the current track (default setting)
↓
Playback starts.
Remaining time of the current track*1
↓
■ Playing back in random sequence/
repeatedly
Total time of the disc*1
↓
After the above steps 1 to 3, you can enjoy random and
repeat mode.
Remaining time of the disc*1
↓
Track name*2
↓
Artist name*2
↓
Album name*2
↓
File name*3
↓
Back to the default setting
Switch random mode.
Press repeatedly.
*1 Only for Audio CDs
*2 Only when the selected track has information
*3 Only for MP3/WMA CDs
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LISTENING TO MUSIC
Listening to a USB device
Note
■ Switching the playback information
display
You can remove your USB device whenever you want.
■ Playing back normally
1
Set your USB device into the USB
port.
This unit supports USB mass storage class devices
(e.g., flash memories or portable audio players) using
FAT16 or FAT32 format.
Switch the display in USB playback
mode.
Press repeatedly.
You can change the information display as follows.
Elapsed time of the current track (default setting)
↓
Notes
• Some devices may not work properly even if they meet the
requirements.
• Do not connect devices other than USB mass storage class
devices (such as USB chargers or USB hubs), PCs, card
readers, an external HDD, etc.
• Yamaha will not be held responsible for any damage to or
data loss on the USB device occurring while the device is
connected to this unit.
• Playability of and power supply to all kind of USB devices
are not guaranteed.
Track name*
↓
Artist name*
↓
Album name*
↓
File name
↓
Back to the default setting
* Only when the selected file has information
2
Select USB.
Playback starts.
Note
The reading time may exceed 30 seconds, depending on the
number of files/folders.
■ Playing back in random sequence/
repeatedly
After the above steps 1 and 2, you can enjoy random and
repeat mode.
Set in the same way as for CDs (☞ P. 12).
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On MP3/WMA files, refer to “NOTES ON DISCS AND USB
DEVICES” (☞ P. 26).
LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS
Setting the antenna
Indoor DAB/FM antenna
OPERATION
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) uses digital signals for
clearer sound and more stable reception compared to
analog signals.
DAB is broadcast in blocks of data called ‘ensembles’
containing up to several radio stations that are
simultaneously broadcast.
DAB can also include an extensive amount of text
information enabling you to select a station by name.
Other information, such as the name of song and artist or
several kinds of news can be displayed on the front panel
display.
This unit can also receive DAB+ (an upgraded version of
DAB) that allows for more stations using MPEG-4 audio
codec (AAC+), which has a more efficient transmission
method.
Notes
• The antenna should be stretched out.
• If DAB reception is poor, change the height, direction, or
placement of the antenna.
Notes
• Be sure to check the DAB coverage in your area in that not all
areas are currently being covered. For a list of nationwide DAB
statuses and worldwide DAB frequencies, check WorldDMB
Online at “http://www.worlddab.org/ ”.
• The sound quality and station information are controlled by the
DAB broadcaster, not this unit. Not all DAB broadcasters
transmit station information.
• DAB signals are broadcast in Band III (174 - 240 MHz) and
Band L (1452 - 1492 MHz). This unit can receive Band III only.
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LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS
Preparing for DAB reception
Tuning DAB stations
Before tuning into DAB stations, an initial scan must be
performed.
When you select the DAB as the source for the first time,
the initial scan is performed automatically.
1
Turn on DAB.
2
Select a DAB station.
y
You can also perform the initial scan manually by INIT SCAN
(☞ P. 18). To select INIT SCAN, press FUNCTION → MENU
S/T → Center when the source is set to DAB.
1
Turn on DAB.
y
Some stations have sub (secondary) stations. The
secondary indicator lights up when a secondary audio
station is selected.
Pressing the DAB/FM button switches the DAB mode to the
FM mode, or vice versa.
2
Secondary indicator
The initial scan starts automatically.
While the scan is in progress, “Scanning” and the
> mark appear on the front panel display.
y
You can change the order of DAB stations by STATION
ORDER (☞ P. 18). To select STATION ORDER, press
FUNCTION → MENU S/T → Center when the source
is set to DAB.
When scanning is complete, “Completed” and the
number of receivable DAB stations appear on the
front panel display.
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Note
When the unit cannot receive the signal from the selected
station, “Off Air” is displayed on the front panel display.
LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS
DAB station information
■ Switching the information display of
DAB
While receiving DAB, switch the
information display.
Press repeatedly.
↓
DLS
↓
ENSEMBLE LABEL
↓
PROGRAM TYPE
↓
BITRATE/AUDIO MODE
↓
DATE AND TIME
↓
CHANNEL LABEL/FREQ.
↓
SIGNAL QUALITY
↓
STATUS/AUDIO FORMAT
STATION LABEL
Displays the name of the current DAB station.
DLS (Dynamic Label Segment)
Displays information about the current DAB station, such
as the name of the song, artist and speaker, etc. This data
is continuously updated by the DAB broadcaster, thus
changing often with every new song or program.
Other data, such as news, weather, and sports headlines,
may be broadcast as well.
ENSEMBLE LABEL
Displays the name of the current ensemble.
PROGRAM TYPE
Displays the genre of the current DAB station.
BITRATE/AUDIO MODE
Displays the audio mode (stereo or monaural) and bit rate
of the current DAB station.
DATE AND TIME
Displays the current date and time.
CHANNEL LABEL/FREQ.
Displays the channel label and frequency of the current
DAB station (☞ P. 19).
SIGNAL QUALITY
Displays the signal reception quality (from 0 (none) to 100
(best)) of the current DAB station.
STATUS/AUDIO FORMAT
Displays whether DRC (Dynamic Range Control)* is
activated, and the audio format of the current station.
“DRC” is displayed when DRC MODE (☞ P. 18) is set
to AUTO and DRC information is transmitted by DAB
station.
*
Some DAB broadcasters transmit a wide dynamic range
enabling high quality sound, accompanied by DRC
information.
Use this feature to compress the dynamic range of the DAB
broadcast. This is especially useful when you listen to a DAB
station in a noisy environment or at a low volume at night.
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You can change the DRC setting by DRC MODE (☞ P. 18).
To select DRC MODE, press FUNCTION → MENU S/T →
Center when the source is set to DAB.
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OPERATION
STATION LABEL
■ Descriptions of information type
LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS
■ Adjusting the time automatically
This function sets the clock automatically based on DAB
or RDS* (☞ P. 21) information.
*
U.K. model only
1
Select AUTO CLOCK from the
FUNCTION menu.
2
Select and set the desired setting.
Presetting DAB stations
You can store your favorite DAB stations with the preset
function.
1
Tune into a favorite DAB station.
2
Press MEMORY.
3
Select the preset number you want
to store to and complete the preset.
Note
The clock information may differ depending on the received
station.
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• You can preset up to 30 DAB stations.
• You can delete a preset station by PRESET DELETE
(☞ P. 18). To select PRESET DELETE, press FUNCTION →
MENU S/T → Center when the source is set to DAB.
Note
To cancel the preset, press MEMORY again.
Selecting preset DAB stations
(Preset tuning)
Select a preset DAB station in DAB
mode.
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LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS
Using DAB FUNCTION
You can set the following functions in DAB FUNCTION
menu.
Function
Deletes unnecessary preset DAB
stations.
STATION ORDER
Enables you to change the station
order.
1
While receiving DAB, select the
function you want to use from the
FUNCTION menu.
2
Select and set the desired setting.
For PRESET DELETE, select a preset number you
want to delete.
Changes the DRC (☞ P. 16)
setting.
AUTO: This unit utilizes DRC
automatically if it is transmitted.
OFF: This unit does not utilize
DRC.
The default setting is “AUTO”.
Deletes all DAB station information
and preset settings stored in the unit.
After DAB CLEAR is complete,
this unit moves to the INIT SCAN
function automatically.
Note that once DAB CLEAR is
performed, the deleted information
and preset settings cannot be
restored.
INIT SCAN
Performs the initial scan manually.
TUNE AID
Measures reception strength of the
received signal (from 0 (none) to
100 (best)).
Refer to “TUNE AID” (☞ P. 19)
for this operation.
AUTO CLOCK
PRESET DELETE, STATION ORDER and DRC MODE
Sets the clock status. Refer to
“Adjusting the time automatically”
(☞ P. 17) for this operation.
■ Operation example 2
DAB CLEAR and INIT SCAN
1
While receiving DAB, select DAB
CLEAR or INIT SCAN from the
FUNCTION menu.
2
To perform the function, press
Center.
If you select DAB CLEAR, all DAB information is
deleted; when INIT SCAN, the initial scan is
initiated.
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OPERATION
ALPHANUMERIC: Stations are
listed in alphabetical order.
ENSEMBLE: Stations are listed in
ensemble order.
The default setting is
“ALPHANUMERIC”.
DAB CLEAR
■ Operation example 1
Description
PRESET DELETE
DRC MODE
The following are operation examples.
LISTENING TO DAB STATIONS
■ TUNE AID
The following explains the TUNE AID operation.
1
2
While receiving DAB, select TUNE
AID from the FUNCTION menu.
Select a channel label you want to
measure.
The strength of the received signal is displayed on the
front panel display.
3
To finish measuring, press Center.
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To check the frequency corresponding to the channel label,
refer to “DAB frequency information” (☞ P. 19).
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DAB frequency information
This unit can receive Band III only.
Frequency
Channel label
174.928 MHz
5A
176.640 MHz
5B
178.352 MHz
5C
180.064 MHz
5D
181.936 MHz
6A
183.648 MHz
6B
185.360 MHz
6C
187.072 MHz
6D
188.928 MHz
7A
190.640 MHz
7B
192.352 MHz
7C
194.064 MHz
7D
195.936 MHz
8A
197.648 MHz
8B
199.360 MHz
8C
201.072 MHz
8D
202.928 MHz
9A
204.640 MHz
9B
206.352 MHz
9C
208.064 MHz
9D
209.936 MHz
10A
211.648 MHz
10B
213.360 MHz
10C
215.072 MHz
10D
216.928 MHz
11A
218.640 MHz
11B
220.352 MHz
11C
222.064 MHz
11D
223.936 MHz
12A
225.648 MHz
12B
227.360 MHz
12C
229.072 MHz
12D
230.784 MHz
13A
232.496 MHz
13B
234.208 MHz
13C
235.776 MHz
13D
237.488 MHz
13E
239.200 MHz
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LISTENING TO FM RADIO STATIONS
Tuning radio stations
Presetting radio stations
You can store your favorite FM stations with the preset
function.
OPERATION
1
Turn on FM.
■ Auto preset
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1
Press and hold MEMORY for more
than 2 seconds in FM mode.
2
Start the auto preset.
Pressing the DAB/FM button switches the FM mode to the
DAB mode, or vice versa.
2
Start automatic tuning.
Press and hold.
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If the signal received from the station you want to select is
weak, you can also tune into radio stations manually by
pressing TUNING<</>> repeatedly.
Notes
• If you tune to a station manually, the sound is monaural.
• If radio reception is poor, change the height, direction, or
placement of the antenna.
■ Manual preset
1
Tune into a favorite radio station.
2
Press MEMORY.
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LISTENING TO FM RADIO STATIONS
3
Select the preset number you want
to store to.
Receiving Radio Data System
stations (U.K. model only)
■ Switching the information display of
Radio Data System
While receiving Radio Data System,
switch the information display.
Note
Press repeatedly.
To cancel the manual preset, press MEMORY again.
4
Complete the manual preset.
Station name
↓
Program type
↓
Text information related to the station
↓
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• You can preset up to 30 FM stations.
• You can delete a preset station by pressing FUNCTION →
MENU S/T → Center to select PRESET DELETE.
Note
When you perform the auto preset, all stored stations are cleared
and the new stations are stored.
Selecting preset radio stations
(Preset tuning)
Select the preset radio station in FM
mode.
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You can also use
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on the top of the unit.
Current time
↓
Original display
↓
Status display
Note
If the signal transmission of the Radio Data System station is too
weak, this unit may not be able to receive Radio Data System
information completely. In particular, RT (Radio Text)
information uses a lot of bandwidth, so it may be less available
compared to other types of information.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
In case of a problem with the unit, check the following list first. If you cannot solve your problem with the suggested
solutions or if your problem is not listed below, turn off and unplug the unit, and consult the nearest authorized Yamaha
dealer or service center.
General
Problem
The system turns on but
immediately shuts off.
Cause
Solution
Make sure the power cable is plugged
into the wall outlet firmly.
The unit may have received a strong
electrical shock such as lightning or
excessive static electricity.
Set the system to off, and disconnect
the power cable. Wait about 30
seconds, reconnect the power cable, and
turn on the system.
The volume may be set to the
minimum level.
Adjust the volume level (☞ P. 9).
The mute function may be on.
Cancel the mute function (☞ P. 9).
The source may be incorrect.
Select the correct source
(☞ P. 9).
The disc loaded into the unit may not
be compatible.
Use a disc supported by the unit
(☞ P. 26).
Sound suddenly turns off.
The sleep timer (☞ P. 8) may be set.
Turn on the system and play the source
again.
The unit does not operate
properly.
The unit may have received a strong
electrical shock such as lightning or
excessive static electricity, or power
supply may have dropped.
Set the system to off, and disconnect
the power cable. Wait about 30
seconds, reconnect the power cable, and
turn on the system.
A digital or high-frequency
equipment produces noises.
The unit may be placed too close to
the digital or high-frequency
equipment.
Place the unit farther away from the
equipment.
The clock setting has been
cleared.
The unit is left more than one week
after you disconnect the power cable
from the wall outlet.
Plug the power cable into the wall
outlet firmly, and set the clock again
(☞ P. 4).
The speakers make no
sound.
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ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The power cable may be connected
improperly.
TROUBLESHOOTING
iPod™
Cause
Solution
“iPod Connect Error”
appears on the front panel
display.
Problem
There is a problem with
communication between the unit and
your iPod.
Turn off the system and reconnect your
iPod to the unit.
The iPod does not charge
up.
The iPod is set in the iPod dock
improperly.
Remove the iPod from the unit, then set
it in the iPod dock again.
You cannot operate from the
iPod.
LIST DISP is set to F.PANEL.
Set LIST DISP to iPod from the
FUNCTION menu (☞ P. 11).
The playback information is
not displayed on the front
panel display.
The iPod you set is not compatible
with the playback information
display.
Only iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod 5th
generation or later, iPod nano, iPhone
and iPhone 3G are compatible with the
function.
“Unknown iPod” appears on
the front panel display after
you set the iPod.
The iPod being used is not supported
by the unit.
Only iPod touch, iPod (Click Wheel,
including iPod classic), iPod nano, iPod
mini, iPhone and iPhone 3G are
supported.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Some button operations do
not work.
The disc loaded into the unit may not
be compatible.
Remove the disc and then check whether
the unit supports the disc or not
“iPod Not Connected”
appears on the front panel
display after you set the
iPod.
The iPod makes no sound.
The iPod sounds, but you
cannot operate it with the
unit or the remote control.
Disc playback
(☞ P. 26).
Playback does not start
immediately after pressing
on the
6 on the unit or
remote control.
The disc may be dirty.
Wipe the disc clean.
The disc loaded into the unit may not
be compatible.
Use a disc supported by the unit
(☞ P. 26).
If the unit was moved from a cold to
warm place, condensation may have
formed on the disc reading lens.
Wait for an hour or two until the unit
adjusts to the room temperature, and try
again.
“No Disc” appears in the
display even though a disc
is in the disc tray.
The disc loaded into the unit may not
be compatible.
Use a disc supported by the unit
(☞ P. 26).
The disc may be dirty.
Remove the disc and then wipe the disc
clean.
The disc is loaded upside-down.
Remove the disc and then load the disc
with the labeled side facing up.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
USB playback
Problem
MP3/WMA file in the USB
device does not play.
Cause
The USB device is not recognized.
Solution
Set the system to off, and turn it on
again (☞ P. 4).
Disconnect the device while the system
is off. Then connect the device again
and turn on the system (☞ P. 4).
Connect an AC adapter if supplied with
the device.
“USB Over Current”
appears on the front panel
display.
If the solutions above do not resolve
the problem, the USB device is not
playable on the unit.
Try another USB device.
An incompatible USB device is
connected to the unit.
Turn off the system and reconnect the
USB device to the unit. If the message
appears again, the USB device is not
compatible with the unit.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
DAB reception
Problem
Cannot tune into any DAB
stations.
Cause
Solution
The initial scan operations were not
performed.
Perform the initial scan operations
(☞ P. 15).
There is no DAB coverage in your
area.
Check with your dealer or WorldDMB
Online at “http://www.worlddab.org ”
for a listing of the DAB coverage in
your area.
The DAB signals are too weak.
Change the height, direction, or
placement of the indoor DAB/FM
antenna.
The initial scan operations
are not successful and “Not
found” appears on the front
panel display.
The DAB signals are too weak.
Change the height, direction, or
placement of the indoor DAB/FM
antenna.
There is no DAB coverage in your
area.
Check with your dealer or WorldDMB
Online at “http://www.worlddab.org ”
for a listing of the DAB coverage in
your area.
The DAB station reception
is weak.
The positioning of the indoor DAB/
FM antenna and/or this unit is not
optimal for DAB reception.
Use the TUNE AID feature to locate the
best positioning of the DAB/FM
antenna and this unit for optimal DAB
reception (☞ P. 19).
The DAB signals are too weak.
Change the height, direction, or
placement of the indoor DAB/FM
antenna.
The indoor DAB/FM antenna needs
to be repositioned.
Readjust the position of the indoor
DAB/FM antenna.
The DAB signals are too weak.
Change the height, direction, or
placement of the indoor DAB/FM
antenna.
There is noise interference
(e.g. hiss, crackle or jitter).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
The DAB station information
does not appear or is
inaccurate.
The DAB station may be temporarily
out of service, or the DAB station
information is not provided by the
DAB broadcaster.
Solution
Contact the DAB broadcaster.
Radio reception
Problem
Cause
Solution
The preset selecting
function does not work.
The preset (memory) may have been
erased.
Preset radio stations again (☞ P. 20).
Too much noise during
stereo broadcast.
The radio station you selected may be
far from your area, or the radio wave
reception is weak in your area.
Try manual tuning to improve the
signal quality (☞ P. 20).
Remote control
Problem
Cause
The remote control does not
work properly.
The remote control may be operated
outside its operation range.
For information on the remote control
operation range, refer to “Using the
remote control” (☞ P. 3).
The remote control sensor on the unit
may be exposed to direct sunlight or
lighting (inverted fluorescent lamps).
Change the lighting or orientation of the
unit.
The battery may be worn out.
Replace the battery with a new one
(☞ P. 3).
There are obstacles between the
sensor of the unit and the remote
control.
Remove the obstacles.
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Solution
NOTES ON DISCS AND USB DEVICES
Disc information
• Do not expose a disc to direct
sunlight, high temperature,
high humidity, or a lot of dust.
Caution
This unit is designed for use with audio CD, CD-R*, and
CD-RW*. Also, this unit can play back 8 cm (3 inch)
compact discs.
• If a disc becomes dirty, wipe it
with a clean, dry cloth from
the center out to the edge. Do
not use record cleaner or paint
thinner.
• To avoid malfunction, do not
use a commercially available
lens cleaner.
* ISO 9660
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Notes
• Do not load any other type of disc into this unit. Doing so may
damage this unit.
• CD-R/RW cannot be played back unless finalized.
• Some discs cannot be played back depending on the disc
characteristics or recording conditions.
• Do not use any non-standard shaped discs such as a heartshaped disc.
• Do not use discs with many scratches on their surface.
Handling a disc
• Do not touch the surface of the disc.
Hold a disc by its edge (and the
center hole).
• Do not leave a disc in the disc tray
when not playing.
• Do not use a pencil or pointed marker to write on the disc.
• Do not put a tape, seal, glue, etc., on a disc.
• Do not use a protective cover to prevent scratches.
• Do not use a disc that has a printable surface using a
commercially available label printer.
• Do not load more than one disc into this unit at one time. This
can cause damage to both this unit and the discs.
• When you listen to an 8 cm disc, load the disc without using an
8-cm adapter.
• Do not insert any foreign objects into the opening of the disc
tray.
• Do not load a cracked, warped, or glued disc.
About MP3 or WMA files
You can play back MP3 or WMA files recorded on your CD-R,
CD-RW, or USB device. Folders are regarded as albums and
files are regarded as tracks. Folder hierarchy is disregarded.
Notes
• The unit can play back:
– MP3 files (fs 8-48 kHz, 8-320 kbps and variable bit encoded
MP3 files (CBR and VBR))
– WMA files (fs 22.05-48 kHz, 16-320 kbps and variable bit
encoded WMA files (CBR and VBR))
• The maximum numbers of files/folders that can be displayed on
the unit are as follows.
The maximum file number:
– 511 (For data discs)
– 9,959 (For USB devices)
The maximum folder number:
– 255 (For data discs/USB devices)
The maximum file number in a folder:
– 511 (For data discs)
– 255 (For USB devices)
• If the USB device is partitioned, only the first partition is
displayed.
• Some files may not work properly depending on the USB
device specification.
• Copyright-protected files cannot be played back.
• Folder numbers are allocated automatically.
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ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
This unit can play back discs bearing any of the logo marks
above. A disc logo mark is printed on the disc and the disc jacket.
GLOSSARY
■ MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)
■ PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
One of the audio compression methods used by MPEG.
It employs an irreversible compression method, which
achieves a high compression rate by thinning out the data
of hardly audible part to human ears. It is said to be
capable of compressing the data quantity by about 1/11
(128 kbps) while maintaining a similar audio quality to a
music CD.
A signal that is changed to digital format without
compression. A CD is recorded with 16-bit sound at
44.1 kHz.
■ Track
A CD can be divided into a number of segments (tracks).
Each division is called a track number.
■ WMA (Windows Media Audio)
An audio compression method developed by Microsoft
Corporation. It employs an irreversible compression
method, which achieves a high compression rate by
thinning out the data of hardly audible part to human ears.
It is said to be capable of compressing the data quantity by
about 1/22 (64 kbps) while maintaining a similar audio
quality to a music CD.
SPECIFICATIONS
■ PLAYER SECTION
■ TUNER SECTION
iPod
• Tuning range
FM .................................................................... 87.5 to 108.0 MHz
DAB..................................................... 174 to 240 MHz (Band III)
• Supported iPod ..........iPod touch, iPod (Click Wheel including iPod
classic), iPod nano, iPod mini, iPhone, iPhone 3G
CD
• Media..........................................................................CD, CD-R/RW
• Audio format ................................................Audio CD, MP3, WMA
USB
• Audio format .................................................................. MP3, WMA
■ AMPLIFIER SECTION
• Maximum output power............................................... 15 W + 15 W
(6 Ω 1 kHz, 10% THD)
• Driver unit ......................................... 8 cm (3”) full-range driver × 2
■ GENERAL
•
•
•
•
Power Supply...............................................AC 230 to 240 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption ................................................................... 20 W
Standby Power consumption .........................................1.0 W or less
Dimensions (W × H × D) ................................. 350 × 120 × 275 mm
(13 3/4 × 4 3/4 × 10 7/8 in)
(including indoor DAB/FM antenna)
• Weight ...................................................................... 4.0 kg (8.8 lbs.)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
iPod™
“iPod” is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
“iPhone” is a trademark of Apple Inc.
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been
designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by
the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
“Works with iPhone” means that an electronic accessory has been
designed to connect specifically to iPhone and has been certified
by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its
compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
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This unit supports DAB tuning.
Limited Guarantee for European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland
Thank you for having chosen a Yamaha product. In the unlikely event that your Yamaha product needs guarantee service, please contact the dealer from
whom it was purchased. If you experience any difficulty, please contact Yamaha representative office in your country. You can find full details on our
website (http://www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or http://www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident).
The product is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship or materials for a period of two years from the date of the original purchase. Yamaha
undertakes, subject to the conditions listed below, to have the faulty product or any part(s) repaired, or replaced at Yamaha’s discretion, without any charge
for parts or labour. Yamaha reserves the right to replace a product with that of a similar kind and/or value and condition, where a model has been
discontinued or is considered uneconomic to repair.
Conditions
1. The original invoice or sales receipt (showing date of purchase, product code and dealer’s name) MUST accompany the defective product, along with a
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
statement detailing the fault. In the absence of this clear proof of purchase, Yamaha reserves the right to refuse to provide free of charge service and the
product may be returned at the customer’s expense.
The product MUST have been purchased from an AUTHORISED Yamaha dealer within the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland.
The product must not have been the subject of any modifications or alterations, unless authorised in writing by Yamaha.
The following are excluded from this guarantee:
a. Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear.
b. Damage resulting from:
(1) Repairs performed by the customer himself or by an unauthorised third party.
(2) Inadequate packaging or mishandling, when the product is in transit from the customer. Please note that it is the customer’s responsibility to
ensure the product is adequately packaged when returning the product for repair.
(3) Misuse, including but not limited to (a) failure to use the product for its normal purpose or in accordance with Yamaha’s instructions on the
proper use, maintenance and storage, and (b) installation or use of the product in a manner inconsistent with the technical or safety standards in
force in the country where it is used.
(4) Accidents, lightning, water, fire, improper ventilation, battery leakage or any cause beyond Yamaha’s control.
(5) Defects of the system into which this product is incorporated and/or incompatibility with third party products.
(6) Use of a product imported into the EEA and/or Switzerland, not by Yamaha, where that product does not conform to the technical or safety
standards of the country of use and/or to the standard specification of a product sold by Yamaha in the EEA and/or Switzerland.
(7) Non AV (Audio Visual) related products.
(Products subject to “Yamaha AV Guarantee Statement” are defined in our website at http://www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or
http://www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident.)
Where the guarantee differs between the country of purchase and the country of use of the product, the guarantee of the country of use shall apply.
Yamaha may not be held responsible for any losses or damages, whether direct, consequential or otherwise, save for the repair or replacement of the
product.
Please backup any custom settings or data, as Yamaha may not be held responsible for any alteration or loss to such settings or data.
This guarantee does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights under applicable national laws in force or the consumer’s rights against the dealer arising
from their sales/purchase contract.
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment
and Used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and
electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to
applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC
and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent
any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from
inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local
municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your
local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the
requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
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