Musical Fidelity X-RAY Specifications

X-RAY V3
UPSAMPLING 24 BIT COMPACT DISC PLAYER
POWER
OPEN•CLOSE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Thank you for purchasing the Musical Fidelity X-RAY Version 3,
24 bit CD Player.
Used properly and carefully, it should give many years of outstanding
musical reproduction.
This model uses the latest 24 Bit DAC technology and jitter reduction
techniques to achieve both an excellent technical specification and
unparalleled sound quality.
Aesthetically, the X-RAY V 3 is a perfect match for the
X-PLORA tuner and either X-150 or X-80 Integrated amplifier.
Together these components form one of the finest hi-fi systems available.
Dust regularly with a soft duster or soft brush, but be careful when using
cleaning or polishing agents - they may harm the surface finish.
If you have any questions about your audio system,
please consult your dealer who is there to help and advise.
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CONTENTS
PAGE
3
Safety Information:
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Mains plug (U.K. only)
Modification warning
4
Safety Information:
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Laser product labelling
5
User Information:
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Laser type
Radio-frequency interference
6
General Advice:
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Installation precautions
User information
7
General Advice:
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Introduction
Notes on using compact discs
Cleaning
Installation
Audio connection
8
Facilities and
Connections:
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Illustrations - front and rear panels
9
Remote Control:
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Operation and illustration
10
Basic Operation:
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Loading and playing discs
Pause function
Stop
11
Basic Operation:
(continued)
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Track selection
Search
Displaying playback time
12
Special Features:
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Repeat playback
A-B repeat playback
Shuffle playback
13
Special Features:
(continued)
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Scan introduction
Programmed play
14
Special Features :
(continued)
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Programmed play - continued
Adjusting the display brightness
15
Problems ?
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Basic problem solving
16
Specifications
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SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT! (U.K. only)
This unit is supplied in the U.K. with a mains lead fitted with a moulded 13 amp plug.
If, for any reason, you need to cut off the plug, please remove the fuse holder and dispose of
the plug safely, out of reach of children. It must not be plugged into a mains outlet.
The wires in the mains lead supplied with this appliance are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green and yellow..............Earth
Blue................................Neutral
Brown.................................Live
WARNING - This appliance must be earthed
As the colours of the wires of the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked with the letter E or coloured green or green-and-yellow, or by the earth
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured red.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter N or coloured black.
If connecting to a BS1363 plug, a 13 amp fuse must be used.
WARNING:
ANY MODIFICATIONS TO THIS PRODUCT NOT EXPRESSLY
APPROVED BY MUSICAL FIDELITY WHO IS THE PARTY
RESPONSIBLE FOR STANDARDS COMPLIANCE COULD VOID
THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This CD player has been designed and manufactured according to FDA regulations "title 21, CFR, chapter 1, subchapter J, based on the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968", and is classified as a Class 1 laser
product. There is no hazardous radiation during normal use because invisible radiation emitted inside this product
is completely confined within the protective housing. However you must observe the following important
warnings:
CAUTION !
•
THIS CD PLAYER USES INVISIBLE LASER LIGHT. WHEN THE PLAYER
OPERATES, LASER LIGHT IS RADIATED INTERNALLY.
DO NOT REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE HOUSINGS.
•
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE CAUSING EYE INJURY.
•
IF THIS PRODUCT DEVELOPS A FAULT, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR AUTHORISED
MUSICAL FIDELITY SERVICE AGENT. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE IT YOURSELF AND DO NOT CONTINUE TO USE THIS PRODUCT IN A FAULTY STATE.
WARNING AND INFORMATION LABELS:
FITTED INTERNALLY
TO CD PLAYER MECHANISM
REAR PANEL :
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES 21 CFR,
CHAPTER 1, SUBCHAPTER J, PART 1040 AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO TWO CONDITIONS:
1
THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
2
THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
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USER INFORMATION
LASER INFORMATION:
Optical pick-up type:
Manufacturer: Sharp
Pick-up type : GH6C005B
Wavelength : 780nm
RADIO - FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE (RFI)
This equipment uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and operated in
accordance with the instructions, may cause interference to radio communications.
However, it is designed to radiate minimal levels of RFI, and accordingly been testing to North
American standards (FCC regulations - limits for a class B digital device persuant to part 15 of
the rules). These requirements are intended to provide reasonable protection against excessive
interference in a residential installation.
Conversely, the product has also been checked to ensure that its own operation is not adversely
affected by normal background levels of RFI received externally.
However, if interference is experienced, for instance to radio or TV broadcasts, the user is recommended to try one or more of the following measures:
• Identify the source of interference by turning off power to the CD player or other
equipment individually, and checking whether the problem disappears.
• Re-orientate or relocate the receiving aerial.
• Move the CD player away from the receiver.
• Connect the CD player to a mains outlet on a different circuit from the receiver.
• Consult a dealer or experienced TV / radio technician for help.
If a problem persists, please contact Musical Fidelity's service department.
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GENERAL ADVICE
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS and USER INFORMATION
Your new X-RAY V 3 is designed and built to provide trouble-free performance, but as with all
electronic devices it is necessary to observe a few precautions:
Heed all warnings shown on the back of the product.
Only connect the X-RAY V 3 to a mains outlet having the same voltage as marked at the back of
the unit.
Always ensure that when disconnecting and reconnecting your audio equipment the mains
supply is switched off.
Position the mains lead and signal interconnects where they are not likely to be walked on or
trapped by items placed on them.
Do not use near water, or place water-filled containers on the CD player, for example, a flower
vase or potted plants. If water does spill inside, immediately pull out the mains plug from the
wall socket and inform your dealer, who should then check the unit before further use.
Entry of liquid into the CD player is dangerous, and may cause electric shock or fire hazard.
Do not place the unit near direct heat sources such as radiators, direct sunlight or other
equipment.
Do not remove any covers or try to gain access to the inside. There are no internal adjustments
or fuses you can replace yourself. Refer all service work to an authorised Musical Fidelity
agent.
Note : Unauthorised opening of the equipment will invalidate any warranty claim.
Dust regularly with a soft cloth or soft brush but be careful when using cleaning or polishing
agents - they may harm the surface finish.
The electronics in modern hi-fi equipment is complex and may, therefore, be adversely affected
or damaged by lightning. For protection of your audio system during electrical storms, remove
the mains plugs and disconnect any aerial lead.
If after-sales service is required, to help your dealer identify the X-RAY V 3 player please quote
the serial number located on the rear panel of the unit.
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INSTALLATION / GENERAL ADVICE
INTRODUCTION
CLEANING
Congratulations on the purchase of your
new X-RAY Version 3 upsampling 24 BIT
CD player.
Before cleaning the CD player, always turn
off power at the mains switch and remove
the mains plug from the wall outlet. Clean
the housing and the remote control unit
using a moist cloth. We do not advise the
use of solvents, white spirit or thinners, as
they could damage the surface finish of the
unit.
The X-RAY V 3 uses the latest technology
for the reproduction of your CD collection.
The digital data stream is first up-sampled
at 96kHz, which moves noise, jitter and distortion artefacts well above the audio band.
It is then passed through a new, low noise,
low distortion 24-bit digital-to-analog convertor operating at 96kHz, which allows
simpler filtering of the analog output. This
in turn gives an improved audio response
without the need for sharp filters that
degrade sound quality. The result is a CD
player which gives a smoother response
than previously possible with none of the
“hardness” of other players.
This model fully complements our current
X range of products, which enable its full
potential to be realised.
INSTALLATION
Position the CD player on a stable, horizontal surface where there is no risk of it being
knocked, or subjected to vibration such as
from loudspeakers.
Protect your CD player from humidity - if
the unit is moved from a cold place to a
warm room, moisture can form on the pickup lens inside the player, preventing
the laser beam from reading the disc. If this
happens, remove the CD, close the disc
drawer, and leave the unit switched on for
an hour or so to allow sufficient time for the
moisture to evaporate.
NOTES ON USING COMPACT DISCS
Always hold discs by the edges and make
sure they remain clean. Do not touch the
surface, or stick paper or adhesive tape to
either side of the disc. Keep discs away
from direct sunlight and heat sources, such
as radiators. Do not leave CDs in a car
parked in direct sunlight, as the temperature
inside the car can become extremely high.
Clean discs with a cloth before playing
them. Do not use solvents to clean your
compact discs, such as benzene, thinners,
commercially available cleaners or antistatic
spray intended for analog records. After
playing, always return the disc to its case
for storage.
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AUDIO CONNECTION
The CD player should be connected to an
amplifier input by audio cables with
RCA/phono type plugs. These link the left
and right AUDIO OUTPUT sockets on the
rear panel of the CD player to the CD or
auxiliary input sockets on the amplifier.
Do not use any sockets on the amplifier
intended for “vinyl” phono cartridge input,
as the sensitive circuit will overload, producing a severely distorted sound.
Alternatively, you can use the TRANSPORT
DIGITAL OUTPUTS (coaxial or optical) for
connection to an external digital-to-analog
converter or digital amplifier.
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FACILITIES AND CONNECTIONS
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POWER
1
OPEN•CLOSE
2
3
4
5
6
7
FRONT PANEL
1
2
3
4
POWER mains on/off switch
PLAY/PAUSE to start CD playback,
pause, or resume playback
STOP to end CD playback
Previous track selector
5
6
7
8
Next track selector
CD player display (incorporates
infra-red remote control receiver)
OPEN / CLOSE to open and close
the CD drawer
CD transport loading drawer
REAR PANEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT - coaxial
IEC type mains inlet
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
DIGITAL OUTPUT - optical
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AUDIO OUTPUTS left and right
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REMOTE CONTROL
Remote control buttons shown below enable CD player functions to be operated from a convenient distance. Remaining buttons on this universal handset are for use with other Musical
Fidelity products, and have no effect on the X-RAY V 3 CD player.
Except for separate PAUSE and PLAY (see page 10), equivalent buttons on the remote control
have the same functions as those on the front panel of the unit. Many other functions are only
available by remote control.
As the handset uses an invisible infra-red light beam, the front edge must be pointed directly
towards the receiver window at the front of the player, without visual obstruction between
them.
If the range of the remote control greatly decreases, replace the batteries with new ones.
Do not mix old and new batteries - two are required, size AAA, LR03 or SUM-4. Do not
dispose of used batteries in a fire.
REMOTE CONTROL
(CD function buttons only)
1
TIME display change - page 11
2
Direct track access buttons
3
PROGRAM check - page 14
4
Scan INTROduction - page 13
5
REPEAT track or disc -page 12
6
SEARCH buttons to scan
forwards or backwards
7
STOP to end CD playback
(press either end, but not the centre)
8
PAUSE to interrupt playback
9
PLAY to start or resume playback
2
10 TRACK back / forwards buttons
1
15
3
14
4
13
12
5
11
6
10
11 A - B repeat - page 12
12 SHUFFLE play - page 12
13 PROGRAM set - page 13
14 Program CLEAR button - page 13
7
8
9
15 DISPLAY brightness - page 14
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BASIC OPERATION
LOADING AND PLAYING COMPACT
DISCS
To load a disc, press the OPEN/CLOSE
button to open the transport drawer.
When the drawer is fully extended, insert
the disc with the label facing upwards and
then press either the OPEN/CLOSE or
PLAY/PAUSE button to close the transport
drawer again.
If OPEN/CLOSE has been pressed, the
disc drawer closes and the CD player scans
the contents of the disc. After a short delay,
the display window then shows the total
number of tracks available on the CD, and
total playing time.
In the following example there are 7 tracks,
lasting a total of 41 minutes 2 seconds :
If mains power to the X-RAY V 3 player is
switched on with a disc already loaded, it
will automatically search for the disc.
The display then indicates STOP, and
shows the number of tracks available on the
CD and total playing time, as in the above
example.
DISC PLAY
PAUSE
Pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button on the
front panel whilst a disc is playing pauses
playback of the disc. PAUSE appears in the
display window instead of PLAY. The disc
will continue spinning, but the track does
not advance and the X-RAY V 3's output is
muted.
Pressing PLAY/PAUSE again resumes playback from the same place.
PAUSE (Remote control)
On the remote control, PLAY and PAUSE
buttons have separate functions at each end
of the same button. Pressing PLAY will
only control disc play, and pressing PAUSE
will not resume play. Note that if the disc is
already playing, pressing the PLAY button
reverts play to the beginning of the current
track.
STOP
Playback can be stopped at any time by
pressing the STOP button once. On the
remote control, press either end of the button, not the middle part.
Pressing the STOP button a second time
opens the transport drawer.
If PLAY/PAUSE is pressed, the CD player
will begin playing from track 1, confirmed
by the word PLAY appearing on the left of
the display, with 1 in the centre and elapsed
time on the right.
If a disc is loaded but not playing, pressing
STOP once will also eject the drawer.
When all tracks on the CD have been
played, the display shows STOP and total
number of tracks on the disc.
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BASIC OPERATION
TRACK SELECTION
To change track, the track skip buttons >>|
and |<< can be pressed to jump forwards
or backwards one track in either direction.
Corresponding TRACK buttons on the
remote control have the same markings.
If the unit has stopped playing, a specific
track can be accessed directly by pressing
either >>| or |<< to obtain the required
track number, then pressing PLAY/PAUSE.
TRACK SELECTION (Remote control)
Simply press the PLAY button to start a CD
playing from the first track.
Alternatively, a specific track can be selected directly by pressing the required track
number button in the centre-section of the
remote control. The chosen track then plays
after a short delay. To play a track number
with two digits, press the second digit button on the remote control within this delay
period.
If a track number is chosen which is not
available on the disc, for example pressing
button number 9 if the CD has only 7
tracks, the words INVALID TRACK are
briefly displayed.
SEARCH
DISPLAYING PLAYBACK TIME
There are three playback time display modes
accessed progressively by pushing the
TIME button on the remote control. The
original mode (e.g. after switch on) shown
below indicates the elapsed time for the currently playing track (track 1 playing,
0 minutes 34 seconds in this example):
Pushing the TIME button once changes the
display to show the remaining time for the
complete disc with a minus sign to denote
reverse counting (track 2 playing,
31 minutes 40 seconds in this example):
Pushing the TIME button a second time
cancels all time indication:
The SEARCH buttons on the remote control can be used to fast-forward or fastrewind during playback in a similar way to
a video or tape cassette player. This permits
location of particular passages at high speed
with the audio playback of the CD still
active.
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Pressing the forward-search button (>>) fast
winds forwards whilst the search backwards
button (<<) fast winds backwards.
As the unit searches through a track, the
track time display (far right digits) will be
seen to advance rapidly in the required
direction. For both directions the unit will
return to normal playback when the button
is released.
X-RAY V 3
A third press of the TIME button will now
bring the display back to the original
(elapsed track time) mode.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
REPEAT PLAYBACK
SHUFFLE PLAYBACK
The REPEAT button on the remote control
allows the repeated playback of either one
track or all tracks on the disc.
The SHUFFLE feature allows tracks on the
discs to be played in random sequence
rather than the normal consecutive order.
Tracks are also played in a different order
each time the disc is restarted, or another
disc loaded.
By pressing the REPEAT button once, only
the current track is repeated, and the display
shows “repeat track”.
If the REPEAT button is pressed a second
time, “repeat disc” is displayed instead.
The entire disc can then be repeated.
This function is obtained by pressing
SHUFFLE on the remote control with the
unit either stopped or playing. The word
“shuffle disc” in the display indicates that
the function has been activated.
Pressing REPEAT a third time cancels
repeat mode.
If the X-RAY V 3 is already playing, play
will continue in random order until all tracks
on the disc have been played.
A-B REPEAT PLAYBACK
Shuffle play is cancelled by pressing the
SHUFFLE button a second time. The unit
resumes normal play function, continuing to
the end of the disc in normal order starting
from wherever it was left by the previous
random selection.
“A-B repeat” provides the option of playing
just a certain section of the disc over and
over again.
Find the beginning of the required section
either by listening, or using the display time
as a guide.
From stop mode, pressing PLAY/PAUSE
also begins shuffle play.
When the desired starting point is reached,
press button A / B on the remote control.
If REPEAT is then pressed whilst in shuffle
mode, a repeat shuffle function is obtained :
The display will show “repeat a -”.
When the disc has reached the end of the
required section, press the A-B button
again. “repeat a - b” will now appear in
the display, and the unit continuously plays
the selected part of the disc.
Pressing >>| selects the next track in random order.
To cancel A-B repeat mode, press A/B on
the remote control.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
SCAN INTRODUCTION
That track number will now appear in the
display :
The scan-introduction function allows play
back of just the start of each track on the
disc, for instance to locate a preferred track
by ear.
Press INTRO on the remote control, and if
the player has stopped, the display will
show :
The first ten seconds (approximately) of
each track on the CD can then be played in
sequence by pressing either PLAY/PAUSE
on the front panel, or PLAY on the remote
control.
Press INTRO again to cancel introduction
search mode. If INTRO mode is cancelled
while the X-Ray V 3 is still playing, the
remainder of the entire disc will be played.
PROGRAMMED PLAY
The built-in program memory allows you to
store up to 25 track numbers and then play
them back in the held order. Each track is
stored as a “step” in the program.
With the CD loaded and the player stopped,
first press PROGRAM on the remote control. The following is then displayed :
(There are 7 disc tracks in this example)
On the remote control, press the numeric
button of the track number corresponding to
the first track you wish to store (number 3
for example).
Press PROGRAM again on the remote control - the next program step is selected,
(prog 2) and the track number reverts to
zero ready for a new entry :
Continue entering track numbers in the same
way up to a maximum of 25. If more than
25 tracks are attempted accidently, the memory will not accept any extra ones, and the
display reverts to “prog 1”.
Remember that when entering a single-digit
track number, there is a delay of about two
seconds before the display accepts the entry
- this is to allow time for a second button to
be pressed when a double-digit number is
required.
If an incorrect entry is made, say track 9
when there are only 7 tracks available on the
disc, “INVALID TRACK” is briefly
shown, and the entry automatically cancelled.
If at any time you wish to add a track to the
list, press the CLEAR button to obtain the
next step number. Alternatively, to delete a
previous entry, press CLEAR a second time
to remove the last entry. Repeated pressing
of CLEAR will then erase each step in
reverse order.
When the last track number has been
entered, press the PLAY button to start the
program sequence.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
If you wish to check the selection before
playing back your program, the CHECK
button can be pressed to step through each
program entry in turn.
If during this check sequence the PLAY
button is pressed, the remaining part of your
programmed selection will play to the end
of the sequence.
Otherwise, to play all the programmed
tracks from the beginning of the sequence,
press PLAY/PAUSE, or PLAY on the
remote control.
DISPLAY
X-Ray V 3 display brightness can be controlled in three levels by pressing the DISPLAY button on the remote control.
The original setting is maximum brightness,
but by pressing the DISPLAY button once,
brightness is reduced, and a further press
turns the display off.
However, when the display is off, pressing
any button returns the brightness to normal
(maximum).
The >>| may be pressed to jump to the
next track in the programmed sequence, or
the |<< button to obtain the previous track
in the sequence.
When all programmed tracks have been
played, the CD player stops. The same
track selection can then be played again by
pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button on the
front panel, or PLAY on the remote control.
To repeat a programmed sequence continually, press REPEAT whilst playing the program.
To cancel this mode, press PROGRAM.
Note: The program contents will be cleared
if you switch off the power, or open the disc
drawer and load another disc. If, however,
the same disc is loaded again with the
power still switched on, the program
sequence is retained in the memory.
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PROBLEMS ?
Basic problem-solving with a CD player is similar to troubleshooting other electrical or electronic equipment. Always check the most obvious possible causes first, such as the following
examples:
Problem
Probable Cause
Remedy
No power when POWER
button is pressed
Power plug is not inserted
Plug in securely.
fully into rear socket
No playback when disc is
loaded, “NO DISC” displayed
Disc is loaded with label side
down
Re-load with label side up.
No audio output, or too low
level output
Connection to rest of stereo
system is incorrect
Check connections.
Sound is severely distorted, and CD player audio lead is
volume control needs to be
connected to phono input
turned down very low.
sockets of the amplifier
Re-connect lead to auxiliary
sockets or other “line level”
amplifier input.
Mistracking (sound jumping)
Player receiving vibration
or shock
Change position of player
away from loudspeakers.
Disc is dirty
Clean disc surface.
Hum
Audio connector plug not
fully pushed in
Insert plug securely.
Interference noise heard from
radio tuner
Player positioned too near
the tuner
Keep a reasonable distance
between player and tuner,
or switch off player power.
Remote control does not work
Player’s POWER switch set
to off
Set switch to on.
One or more batteries fitted
the wrong way round
Insert batteries correctly.
Batteries are flat
Change batteries - do not
mix old and new ones.
Remote control is not pointed
directly towards the front
panel of the player
Ensure there is no obstruction between the remote
control and player front.
Batteries are running out
Change batteries - do not
mix old and new ones.
Remote control range has
greatly reduced
Remember - the most vulnerable part of a CD playing system is the disc itself. The most likely
cause of a disc not playing is that the disc itself is faulty, scratched or simply dirty. Never open
the case of the X-RAY V 3 yourself, as this will invalidate the guarantee. If none of the above
actions effect a cure, please contact your dealer or Musical Fidelity service agent.
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X-RAY V 3
SPECIFICATIONS :
Upsampling 24 Bit
Compact Disc Player
DAC architecture
24 bit Delta-Sigma (Bitstream)
Dual differential
8x oversampling
Disc mechanism
Philips
Upsampling
96kHz
Frequency response
10Hz to 20kHz +0 / -0.2dB
Signal / noise ratio
> 115dB “A” weighted
Total harmonic distortion
< 0.006% 10Hz to 20kHz
Total correlated jitter
< 170 pS
Channel separation
> 100dB 20Hz to 20kHz
Linearity
< 0.2dB down to -90dB
Audio output at digital 0dB level
2.14VRMS at 1kHz nominal
Analog output
1 pair RCA connectors
Analog output impedance
50 Ohms
Digital outputs
1 optical (Toslink),
1 S/PDIF (RCA connector)
Power requirements
100 / 115 / 230V AC 50 / 60Hz (factory preset)
15 Watts
Dimensions (approximate)
216mm, 8.5 inches wide
100mm, 3.9 inches high including feet
345mm, 13.6 inches deep including
rear terminals and on/off button
Weight
5kg,
6.5kg,
Standard accessories
Remote control handset (universal type),
2 batteries size LR03 or AAA, manganese alkaline type,
IEC mains lead (10 Amp type)
10 lbs unit only, un-boxed
14.3 lbs in shipping carton
Musical Fidelity reserves the right to make improvements which may result in specification or feature changes without notice.
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