Anleitung - D1155-M

Anleitung - D1155-M
CDMP-750
ORDERCODE D1155
Highlite International B.V.
Vestastraat 2
6468 EX Kerkrade
The Netherlands
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Dap Audio CDMP-750™ Product Guide
Warning ..........................................................................................................................................................................2
Unpacking Instructions ...........................................................................................................................................2
Safety-instructions ..................................................................................................................................................2
Operating determinations.....................................................................................................................................3
Return Procedure ....................................................................................................................................................4
Claims ........................................................................................................................................................................4
Description .....................................................................................................................................................................5
Overview...................................................................................................................................................................5
Top .............................................................................................................................................................................6
Front ...........................................................................................................................................................................7
Back ...........................................................................................................................................................................7
Installation ......................................................................................................................................................................7
Set Up and operation ...................................................................................................................................................7
Functions ........................................................................................................................................................................8
Operations .................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Loading CD’s ........................................................................................................................................................ 11
Unloading CD’s .................................................................................................................................................... 11
Selecting tracks .................................................................................................................................................... 11
Starting playback ................................................................................................................................................. 11
Stop playback ...................................................................................................................................................... 12
Pausing ................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Setting a cue point .............................................................................................................................................. 12
Setting a hot cue Point ....................................................................................................................................... 12
Cueing.................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Frame search ........................................................................................................................................................ 12
Scanning (fast forward/fast backward) ............................................................................................................. 13
Time display ........................................................................................................................................................... 13
Changing the pitch of the song ....................................................................................................................... 13
Program play ........................................................................................................................................................ 13
Loop play ............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Auto loop play ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
Reloop .................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Creating a hot loop ............................................................................................................................................. 14
Relay play .............................................................................................................................................................. 14
Before switching off the power ............................................................................................................................... 15
CD’s ........................................................................................................................................................................ 15
Precaution on storage ........................................................................................................................................ 15
Maintenance .............................................................................................................................................................. 15
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Product Specifications .............................................................................................................................................. 16
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WARNING
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, PLEASE READ THIS USER MANUAL CAREFULLY
BEFORE YOUR INITIAL START-UP!
Unpacking Instructions
Immediately upon receiving this product, carefully unpack the carton and check the contents to ensure
that all parts are present, and have been received in good condition. Notify the dealer immediately and
retain packing material for inspection if any parts appear damaged from shipping or the carton itself
shows signs of mishandling. Save the carton and all packing materials. In the event that a fixture must be
returned to the factory, it is important that the fixture be returned in the original factory box and packing.
Your shipment includes:
• DAP CDMP-750
• Relay cable
• User manual
CAUTION!
Keep this system away from rain and moisture!
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Every person involved with the installation, operation and maintenance of this system has to:
be qualified
follow the instructions of this manual
CAUTION! Be careful with your operations.
With a dangerous voltage you can suffer
a dangerous electric shock when touching the wires!
Before you initial start-up, please make sure that there is no damage caused by transportation. Should
there be any, consult your dealer and do not use the system.
To maintain perfect condition and to ensure a safe operation, it is absolutely necessary for the user to
follow the safety instructions and warning notes written in this manual.
Please consider that damages caused by manual modifications to the system are not subject to
warranty.
This system contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer servicing to qualified technicians only.
IMPORTANT:
The manufacturer will not accept liability for any resulting damages caused by the nonobservance of this manual or any unauthorized modification to the system.
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Never let the power-cord come into contact with other cables! Handle the power-cord and all
connections with the mains with particular caution!
Never remove warning or informative labels from the unit.
Never use anything to cover the ground contact.
Never leave any cables lying around.
Do not insert other objects then CD’s in the CD slot.
Do not connect this system to a dimmerpack.
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Do not switch the system on and off in short intervals, as this would reduce the system’s life.
Do not open the device and do not modify the device.
Only use system indoor, avoid contact with water or other liquids.
Avoid flames and do not put close to flammable liquids or gases.
Always disconnect power from the mains, when system is not used. Only handle the power-cord
by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the power-cord.
Make sure you don’t use the wrong kind of cables or defective cables.
Make sure that the available voltage is not higher than stated on the rear panel.
Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged. Check the system and the powercord from time to time.
Please turn off the power switch, when changing a signal cable.
If the device is dropped or struck, disconnect mains power supply immediately. Have a qualified
engineer inspect for safety before operating.
If the device has been exposed to drastic temperature fluctuation (e.g. after transportation), do
not switch it on immediately. The arising condensation water might damage your system. Leave
the system switched off until it has reached room temperature.
If your Dap Audio device fails to work properly, discontinue use immediately. Pack the unit
securely (preferably in the original packing material), and return it to your Dap Audio dealer for
service.
Repairs, servicing and electric connection must be carried out by a qualified technician.
For replacement use fuses of same type and rating only.
WARRANTY: Till one year after date of purchase.
OPERATING DETERMINATIONS
This system is not designed for permanent operation. Consistent operation breaks will ensure that the
system will serve you for a long time without defects.
If this system is operated in any other way, than the one described in this manual, the product may suffer
damages and the warranty becomes void.
Any other operation may lead to dangers like short-circuit, burns, electric shock, etc.
You endanger your own safety and the safety of others!
Improper installation can cause serious damage to people and property !
Return Procedure
Returned merchandise must be sent prepaid and in the original packing, call tags will not be issued.
Package must be clearly labeled with a Return Authorization Number (RMA number). Products returned
without an RMA number will be refused. Highlite will not accept the returned goods or any responsibility.
Call Highlite 0031-455667723 or mail [email protected] and request an RMA prior to shipping the fixture.
Be prepared to provide the model number, serial number and a brief description of the cause for the
return. Be sure to properly pack fixture, any shipping damage resulting from inadequate packaging is the
customer’s responsibility. Highlite reserves the right to use its own discretion to repair or replace
product(s). As a suggestion, proper UPS packing or double-boxing is always a safe method to use.
Note: If you are given an RMA number, please include the following information on a piece of paper
inside the box:
1) Your name
2) Your address
3) Your phone number
4) A brief description of the symptoms
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Claims
The client has the obligation to check the delivered goods immediately upon delivery for any shortcomings and/or visible defects, or perform this check after our announcement that the goods are at their
disposal. Damage incurred in shipping is the responsibility of the shipper; therefore the damage must be
reported to the carrier upon receipt of merchandise.
It is the customer's responsibility to notify and submit claims with the shipper in the event that a fixture is
damaged due to shipping. Transportation damage has to be reported to us within one day after receipt
of the delivery.
Any return shipment has to be made post-paid at all times. Return shipments must be accompanied with
a letter defining the reason for return shipment. Non-prepaid return shipments will be refused, unless
otherwise agreed in writing.
Complaints against us must be made known in writing or by fax within 10 working days after receipt of the
invoice. After this period complaints will not be handled anymore.
Complaints will only then be considered if the client has so far complied with all parts of the agreement,
regardless of the agreement of which the obligation is resulting.
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Description of the device
Features
The CDMP-750 is a professional DJ CD/MP3 Player from DAP Audio.
• LCD display with blue backlight
• Pitch control +/- 8/16/100%
• Electronic anti shock buffer (15 seconds)
• Seamless loop function
• Beat related auto loop function
• Scratch function
• Cue function
• 5 digital BPM related effects
• 4 memories for hotloops or cues
• Program function
• USB stick/hard disk port
• Relay function
• Adjustable brake and start time
• Master tempo function
• Reverse play
• Auto BPM function
Overview
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Top
Fig. 1
1) USB port
2) CD/ USB button
3) Edit
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encoder
4) Folder button
5) Prog. button
6) Relay button
7) Search LED
8) Scratch LED
9) Jogmode button
10) Jogwheel
11) Cue button
12) Tap button
13) Play/ Pause
button
14) Rec button
15) LCD Display
16) Memory A button
17) Loop In button
18) Memory B button
19) Loop Out button
20) Memory C button
21) Reloop/ Exit
22) Memory D button
23) Reverse button
24) Eject button
25) FX on/off button
26) FX select button
27) Title button
28) Time button
29) Single button
30) Pitch + Button
31) Pitch - Button
32) Pitch control fader
33) Pitch range 8% LED
34) Pitch range 16% LED
35) Brake button
36) Range button
37) Master tempo button
38) Pitch range 100% LED
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Front
Back
Fig. 2
39) Disc Slot
40) Digital out
41) Line out L/R
42) Remote jack
43) Relay jack
44) Power switch
45) AC Power
Installation
Remove all packing materials from the CD Player. Check that all foam and plastic padding is removed.
Connect all cables.
Always disconnect from electric mains power supply before cleaning or servicing.
Damages caused by non-observance are not subject to warranty.
Set Up and Operation
Before plugging the unit in, always make sure that the power supply matches the product specification
voltage. The power supply is printed on the back of the device.
Do not attempt to operate a 120V specification product on 230V power, or vice versa.
Connections
1. Turn off the power (44) switch.
2. Connect the line out L/R (41) outputs to the input of your mixer.
CAUTION: Be sure that the power is off, when connecting the cables.
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Functions
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Below is a description of the functions of the controls.
1. USB port
Use this port to connect a USB stick or an external hard disk. The USB port is only active when you’re in
USB mode.
Note: The CDMP-750 can handle a maximum of 2 Tbyte, 999 folders and 999 files.
2. CD/ USB button
Use this button to select CD mode or USB mode.
3. Edit
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encoder
This encoder has a dual function, in normal mode dialing the encoder clockwise, allows you to skip a
track forwards, dialing counterclockwise will skip a track backwards.
Depending on the mode you are in, the edit encoder can also be used for: adjusting the loop length,
selecting folders or selecting a playlist format.
Clicking the edit encoder allows you to enter certain parameters. For more info, see the chapter on
operations on page 11 – 14.
4. Folder button
Push this button to open the folder menu. While in the folder menu Folder will appear in the display.
Select a folder by rotating the edit (3) encoder and open the folder by pushing the edit (3) encoder.
5. Prog button
This button allows you to toggle the program mode on or off. See page 13, Program play.
6. Relay button
Pushing this button allows you to toggle the relay mode on or off. If the FX section is switched in, this
button allows you to toggle between gain and parameter.
7. Search LED
Indicates the CDMP-750 is in search mode. See page 12, Frame search.
8. Scratch LED
Indicates the CDMP-750 is in scratch mode. In scratch mode, you can use the jogwheel for scratch
effects.
9. Jog mode button
Pushing the jog mode button allows you to select search mode indicated by the search (7) LED,
scratch mode, indicated by the scratch (8) LED or normal (no LED lit). If no mode is active,
the jogwheel is in pitch bend mode. If there is no jogwheel (10) action while in search mode or
scratch mode for 10 seconds, the unit will return to normal (pitch bend) mode.
10. Jogwheel
The jogwheel is used for setting cues, scratch effects and performing a fast search depending on
the mode the unit is in.
11. Cue button
Push this button during playback to return to the position at which playback started.
12. Tap button
Tap this button to determine the BPM of the music manually.
Push and hold this button to start auto BPM mode.
13. Play/ Pause
button
This button allows you to toggle between pause mode and playback mode.
14. Memo Loop/Cue button
Pushing this button allows you to store a Hot Loop or a Hot Cue.
Pushing and holding the memo loop/cue (14) button and dialing the jogwheel (10) allows you to set
the length of the auto Loop.
After the auto loop length is set up, the memo loop/cue (14) button will light up, indicating the unit is
ready to execute the auto loop playback. Pushing the loop in (17) button will automatically start
and finish a loop with the length previously set up. The bar length of auto loop can be selected from
1/32 to 32/1. During loop playback, dialing the edit (2) encoder allows you to (re)adjust the loop
length.
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15. LCD Display
Fig. 3
TOTAL TRACK: Shows the current track number or the folder number while selecting folders.
: Indicates that the unit is in playback mode
: Indicates that the unit is in pause mode
CUE: indicates that a cue point has been memorized.
CD: Indicates that the unit is in CD mode.
USB: Indicates that the unit is in USB mode.
PC: No function in the CDMP-750.
CONTINUE: When lit, the unit is in continuous play mode and will not stop after each track.
ELAPSED: Shows the actual playing time.
TOTAL: Shows the total paying time for the compete CD.
REMAIN: Shows how much time is left for the track playing at this moment.
TIME BAR: Indicates the playing time.
TRACK: Shows the track number.
MINUTES: Shows the minutes elapsed or remaining depending on time mode setting.
SECONDS: Shows the seconds elapsed or remaining depending on time mode setting.
FRAMES: The CD Player breaks down a second into 75 frames for accurate cueing. This shows the
frames elapsed or remaining depending on mode setting.
MODE DISPLAY: The mode display consists of 9 alphanumeric characters just beneath the time display
and shows useful info such as: the FX parameters, MP3 file’s name and folder number etc. The folder
name will not be displayed.
PITCH: Indicates the current pitch.
PROG: Lights to indicate there’s a program list existing in normal playback. Blinks when the program list
is running.
MT: Lights up when performing master tempo function.
RELOOP: Lights up when performing the loop function.
BPM : Shows BPM value.
AUTO: Indicates that the AUTO BPM function is activated.
16. Memory A button
This button allows yout to store a hotloop and/or a hotcue in memory A.
17. Loop In button
This button allows you to set the start point for the loop.
18. Memory B button
This button allows yout to store a hotloop and/or a hotcue in memory B.
19. Loop Out button
The loop out button allows you to set the end point for the loop. Pushing the button again, allows you
to edit the loop.
20. Memory C button
This button allows yout to store a hotloop and/or a hotcue in memory C.
21. Reloop/ Exit button
Push this button to either exit or call the Loop playback.
22. Memory D button
This button allows yout to store a hotloop and/or a hotcue in memory D.
23. Reverse button
Use this button to toggle the reverse mode on or off. In reverse mode, the built in LED will light up and
the current track will be played backwards.
24. Eject button
Push this button to open and close the disc holder. The disc holder can’t be opened during
playback, so stop playback before pushing the button.
25. FX On/Off button
This button allows you to toggle the effect processor on or off. Push the relay (6) button to switch
between gain and parameter. If gain is selected, the relay button will light and in the LCD display (15)
will show the gain value blinking, if parameter is selected, the relay (6) button will blink and the
parameter value in the LCD display (15) will blink.
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26. FX Select button
Pushing this button allows you to select one of the five effects as shown below.
Fig. 4
27. Title button
Pushing this button allows you to select one of the four display modes (MP-3 only) as shown below.
Fig. 5
Pushing and holding allows you to dial a playlist format using the edit (3) encoder. Releasing the title
button enters the selected format.
Fig. 6
28. Time button
Push this button to switch the TIME indication in the LCD display (15) between the elapsed time and
remaining time. The selected mode is indicated by the ELAPSED or REMAIN.
29. Single button
Push this button to switch between the auto-cue mode and continuous play mode.
The selected mode is indicated by respectively Auto-CUE or CONTINUE in the LCD display (15).
In auto-cue mode, the unit stops playing after each track.
In continuous play mode, the unit plays all tracks and then stops.
30. Pitch Bend + button
The CD speeds up while pushing and holding this button. Release the button to return to the original
BPM.
31. Pitch Bend – button
The CD slows down while using and holding this button. Release the button to return to the original
BPM.
32. Pitch Control Fader
Use this fader to adjust the CD pitch. Move the fader upwards to decrease the pitch, move the fader
downwards to increase the pitch.
33. Range 8% LED
Indicates that the maximum range for the pitch control fader (32) is ± 8%.
34. Range 16% LED
Indicates that the maximum range for the pitch control fader (32) is ± 16%.
35. Brake button
Pushing and holding this button while dialing the jog wheel allows you to set the start/break time
between 0,5 and 6 seconds. Arm the brake function by pushing the brake (35) button, the
brake (35) button lights up red indicating the brake function is armed. Pushing the play/pause (13)
button will actually trigger the start/break function.
36. Range button
Pushing this button allows you to change the maximum range for pitch control and lets you select a
range of ± 8%, ± 16% or ±100%.
37. Master tempo button
Allows you to toggle the master tempo mode on or off. When the master tempo mode is active,
the master tempo (37) button will light up red. While master tempo is active, the pitch fader allows
you to shift the pitch of the song played back while the tempo of the song stays the stays
unchanged.
38. Range 100% LED
Indicates that the maximum range for the pitch control fader (32) is ± 100%.
39. Disc slot
Place the disc gently in the slot. The disk will load automatically. Stop playback and press the eject
(24) button to eject the disk.
40. Digital out
Digital output for connecting to a digital mixer.
41. Line out L/R
RCA stereo line output.
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42. Remote jack
Use a 3,5mm mono jack cable to connect this input to a fader start output on a mixer for remote
control of the play/pause (13) button.
43. Relay jack
Use a 3,5mm mono jack cable to connect the relay jacks of two CDMP-750’s to enable relay play.
44. Power switch
This is the main power switch. Press to turn the device on.
45. Mains Cord
Connect the CDMP-750 to a 230Vac wall socket only.
Operations
Loading a CD
Hold the disc by the edges and push it gently in the disc slot (39). The Disc will now be loaded
automatically.
Unloading CD’s
1. The disc can't be ejected during playback. Stop the playback first.
2. Press the eject (24) button. The disc will be ejected.
3. If the movement of the disc stops, take the disc by the edges and remove it completely from the slot.
CAUTION:
• Do not place any foreign objects in the disc slot and do not try to place more than one disc in the disc
Slot at a time.
• Do not push the disc in manually when the power is off, as this may result in malfunction and may
damage the player.
Selecting tracks
• Dial the edit (3) encoder clockwise to move to a higher track number.
• Dial the edit (3) encoder counterclockwise to move to a lower track number.
• When a new track is selected during playback, playback begins as soon as the skip search operation is
completed.
• If you dial the edit (3) encoder clockwise while at the last track, the first track will be selected. In the
same way, if you dial the edit (3) encoder counterclockwise while at the first track, the last track will
be selected.
Starting playback
• Push the play/pause (13) button during the pause or cue condition to start playback mode, the
play/pause (13) button lights up green.
• The point at which playback starts is automatically stored in the memory as the cue point. The CD
Player returns to the cue point when the cue (11) button is pressed.
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Stop playback
There are two ways to stop playback:
• Press the play/ pause (13) button during playback mode to pause at that point.
• Push the cue (11) button during playback to return to the cue point and enter pause mode.
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Pausing
1. Push the play/pause (13) button to switch between play and pause.
2. The play/pause (13) button and the cue (11) button will flash when the unit is in pause mode.
3. Playback resumes when the play/pause (13) button is pushed again.
Setting a cue point
1. Push the play/pause (13) button to switch between play and pause.
2. The play/pause (13) button and the cue (11) button will flash when the unit is in pause mode.
3. Dial the jogwheel (10) to go to your desired cue point (if necessary).
4. Press the play/pause (13) button again and your cue point has been stored and playback will
continue.
Setting a hot cue Point
1. Push the play/pause (13) button to switch between play and pause.
2. The play/pause (13) button and the cue (11) button will flash when the unit is in pause mode.
3. Dial the jogwheel (10) to go to the desired cue point (if necessary).
4. Push the rec (14) button, all four hot cue buttons (A (16), B (18), C (20) or D (22)) will light up red.
5. Push the hot cue button (A (16), B (18), C (20) or D (22)) in which you want to store your hot cue point.
Now all hot cue buttons (A (16), B (18), C (20) or D (22)) which contain a cue point will light up green.
Cueing
Cueing is the action of preparing for playback.
• Push the Cue (11) button, the player will enter the cue mode, the playback returns to the cue point
And enters pause condition, the cue (11) button and the play/pause (13) button will flash. Pushing the
play/ Pause (13) button will start playback from the cue point.
• If the cue (11) button is pushed after a search operation or scan operation, the playback returns to the
cue point and enters pause mode.
Note: If the Cue (11) button is pushed and hold, playback will start from the cue point, when the button is
released the player will return to the cue point and enter pause mode automatically; it allows you to
check the cue point.
Frame search
Frame search is a function for monitoring the sound at a certain section of the disc and manually
Changing the position. Searching is used to set a starting point with precision.
• Dial the jogwheel (10) while in pause mode or cue mode to begin searching. The sound for one
revolution of the disc is output repeatedly. The point at which the sound starts is indicated on the LCD.
• While dialing the jogwheel (10), the point from which the sound output moves is the a number of
Frames corresponding with the number of milliseconds, and the time display in the LCD display (15)
also changes.
• The search point moves in the forward direction when the jogwheel (10) is dialed clockwise.
When the jogwheel (10) is dialed counterclockwise, the search point will move backwards.
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Scanning (fast forward/fast backwards)
Scanning is a function for moving quickly forward or backward while dialing the jogwheel (10).
1. Push the jogmode (9) button until the unit enters search mode. The search (7) LED will light up.
2. Dial the jogwheel (10) to start scanning. The disc moves rapidly forward or backward and the
sound is audible. The current scan point is indicated on the LCD.
3. Dial the jogwheel (10) clockwise to scan in the forward direction, counterclockwise to scan in
the reverse direction.
4. Push the jogmode (9) button until neither the search (7) LED and scratch (8) LED are lit to exit the
search mode.
• If the jogwheel is not used for 10 seconds while in search mode, the unit will automatically exit search
mode.
Time display
Push the time (28) button to select time display mode:
• Elapsed time of a track (ELAPSED).
• Remaining time of a track (REMAIN).
• Remaining time of the disc (TOTAL REMAIN). This display mode can only be activated if a disc is
formatted as a CD.
Changing pitch of the song
There are three tools available for matching the BPM of the CD:
• Use the pitch fader to adjust the BPM.
1. Adjust the BPM by sliding the pitch control fader (32) up or down, make sure, the MT (37) button is not
lit.
2. Slide the pitch control fader (32) up to decrease BPM, or down to increase BPM. The adjustment range
is +/- 8%, 16% or 100% depending on the range, set up with the range (36) button.
• Use the pitch bend buttons to change the BPM temporarily.
1. The BPM increases or decreases respectively while the pushing the pitch bend + (30) of pitch bend –
(31) button.
2. The BPM increase depends on how long you hold the button. If you hold the button for about 5
seconds, the BPM will go either to + 8%, 16%, 100% (depending on the setting with the range (36)
button) for pitch bend + (30) or - 8%, 16%, 100% for pitch bend – (31). If you tap the button, the BPM
will only change a little so you can change the beat slightly without an audible change in the music.
3. The CD will return to the BPM set with the pitch fader (32) when you release the pitch bend + (30)
and pitch bend – (31) buttons.
• Dial the jogwheel while in jog mode to change the BPM temporarily.
1. Rotate the jogwheel (10) clockwise during play to increase the BPM and counterclockwise to
decrease the BPM. The faster you turn the wheel, the more the BPM changes. The adjustment
range is +/- 8%, 16% or 100% depending on the range, set up with the range (36) button.
2. When you release the jogwheel (10), the track will return to the BPM set with the pitch control fader
(32).
Program play
1. Push the play/ pause (13) button to enter the pause mode.
2. Push the progr. (5) button, the player will enter the program mode.
3. Select the desired track by rotating the edit (3) encoder, confirm by pushing the track encoder. The
selected track will be added to the program sequence.
4. Repeat step 3 and 4. A maximum of 99 tracks can be programmed.
5. Push the progr. (5) button to store the program sequence.
6. Use the play/ pause (13) button to start/pause program play.
7. Push the progr. (5) button again during program play to exit program play.
• Push and hold the progr. (5) button more than 2 seconds to cancel the program play mode and
erase all the current program contents.
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Loop play
1. Push the loop in (17) button to set the loop start point, The loop in (17) button will light up, indicating
that the start point is memorized.
2. Push the loop out (19) button to set the loop end point. The loop out (19) button will light up. After the
end point is set; the playback will enter the loop play from start point to end point repeatedly. Both the
loop in (17) and loop out (19) buttons will flash and RELOOP will appear in the LCD display (15).
3. Pushing the reloop/ exit (21) button will cancel the loop play function, the RELOOP indication in the
LCD display (15) will disappear and the loop in (17) and loop out (19) button will stop flashing.
Auto loop play
1. Push and hold the memo loop/cue (14) button. The memo loop/cue button (14) will light red and
the display will show AUTO. Use the jogwheel to setup the number of bars you plan to record for the
loop. The range is 1/32 to 32 (32/1) bars.
2. Push the loop in (17) button to set the loop start point, Both the loop in (17) and loop out (19) buttons
will flash and RELOOP will appear in the LCD display (15) indicating that the auto loop playback is
active.
3. Pushing the reloop/exit (21) button will cancel the loop play function, the RELOOP indicatior in the
LCD display (15) will disappear and the loop in (17) and loop out/exit (19) button will stop flashing.
Note: 1/1 equals one bar or 4 beats. When auto loop playback starts, the loop length is still editable by
using the edit (3) encoder.
Reloop
1. If you press the reloop/exit (21) button, the disc will return to the last selected loop.
2. Push the loop in (17) button over and over rapidly to start the loop again and again.
3. Push the reloop/exit (21) button again, the loop play function is canceled, the LOOP indicator
dims.
Creating a hot loop
Creating a hot loop is the action of “storing” the current loop in one of the four hot loop memories.
1. If you have already made a loop, skip step 1 – 3 and proceed with step 4. Else you have to make a
loop first and go to the next step.
2. Push the loop in (17) button to set the loop start point, The loop in (17) button will light up, indicating
that the start point is memorized.
3. Push the loop out (19) button to set the loop end point. The loop in (17) button will light up. After the
end point is set; the playback will enter the loop play from start point to end point repeatedly. Both the
loop in (17) and loop out (19) buttons will flash and RELOOP will appear in the LCD display (15).
4. Push the memo loop/cue (14) button, all four Memory loop buttons (A (16), B (18), C (20) or D (22))
will light up red.
5. Push the hot loop button (A (16), B (18), C (20) or D (22)) in which you want to store your loop. Now all
hot loop buttons (A (16), B (18), C (20) or D (22)) which contain a cue point will light up orange.
Relay play (two CD players)
By using the supplied control cable to connect the control (43) connectors of two CDMP-750’s, relay play
can be performed.
1. Activate the relay play mode on both players by pushing their relay (6) buttons. The relay (6) buttons
will light up red.
2. Start playback on the first player.
3. When the current track ends, the standby player will start playback automatically.
4. The first player will enter pause mode at the start of the next track on its disc.
• By repeating this operation, the two players can be used to perform continuous relay play.
• By loading new discs and choosing desired tracks on the player in standby, a continuous program
of selected tracks can be played.
• By setting a cue point on the standby player, a relay of any desired cue point of the selected track
can be performed.
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Before switching off the power
CAUTION: Do not force the disc in when the power is switched off.
Do not switch off the power, when the disc is ejecting.
Switch off the power after the disc has been ejected.
CD’s
1. Precautions on handling compact discs
• Do not allow fingerprints, oil or dust to get on the surface of the disc. If the disc is dirty, wipe it off with a
soft dry cloth.
• Do not use thinner, water, record spray, electrostatic-proof chemicals, or silicone-treated cloths
to clean discs.
• Always handle discs carefully to prevent damaging the surface; in particular when removing a disc
from its case or returning it.
• Do not bend the disc.
• Do not put the CD near heating sources.
• Do not enlarge the hole in the center of the disc.
• Do not write on the label (printed side) with a hard-tipped implement such as a pencil or ball point pen.
• Condensation will form if a disc is brought into a warm area from a colder one, such as outdoors in
winter. Do not attempt to dry the disc with a hair dryer, etc.
2. Precaution on storage
• After playing a disc, always unload it from the player.
• Always store the disc in the jewel case to protect from dirt or damage.
• Do not place discs in the following areas:
1. Areas exposed to face sunlight for a considerable time.
2. Areas subject to accumulation of dust or high humidity.
3. Areas that are affected by heat from indoor heaters, etc.
Maintenance
The DAP Audio-CD-Player CDMP-750 requires almost no maintenance. However, you should keep the unit
clean. Disconnect the mains power supply, and then wipe the cover with a damp cloth. Do not immerse
in liquid. Do not use alcohol or solvents.
Keep connections clean. Disconnect electric power, and then wipe the audio connections with a damp
cloth. Make sure connections are thoroughly dry before linking equipment or supplying electric power.
Troubleshooting
DAP Audio-CD-Player CDMP-750
This troubleshooting guide is meant to help solve simple problems. If a problem occurs, carry out the steps
below in sequence until a solution is found. Once the unit operates properly, do not carry out following
steps.
1. If the device does not operate properly, unplug the device.
2. Check power from the wall, all cables, connections, etc.
3. If all of the above appears to be O.K., plug the unit in again.
4. If nothing happens after 30 seconds, unplug the device.
5. Return the device to your DAP Audio dealer.
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Product Specification
Quantization
Oversampling rate
Sampling Frequency
Frequency response
T.H.D. + NOISE
S/N ratio (IHF-A)
Dynamic range
Output level
Disc Type
USB Ports
Time Display
Text Mode
Pitch control range
1 bit linear/Channel, 3 Beam Laser
8 Times
44.1 kHz
20 Hz to 20 kHz ±2db
Less Than 0.03%
> 75 dB
> 75 dB
1.0 Volts R.M.S. ±0.2V
Standard Compact discs, AUDIO CD, CD-R & MP3 CD-ROM (MP3 files)
USB
Track Elapsed, Track Remain, or Total Remain
Text Mode – displays CD-TEXT and ID3 tag information.
± 8, 16, 100% slider
Power requirements
Power Consumption
Operating temperature
Weight
Dimensions
AC 230V, 50Hz.
20W
+5˚C – +35˚C
2729g
427(L)*345(W)*221(H) (mm)
MP3 Format
DISC
Applicable file extensions
USB Devices
.MP3 .mp3 .Mp3 .mP3
File Systems Compatible
ISO9660
FAT , NTFS , HFS+
CD-ROM sector / HD Capacity
mode-1 , mode-2
Max. 2000Giga byte
Folder / directory level
Max. 8 levels down
Max. number for partition
Max. 16 Partitions
Max. number for folders
Max. 999 folders
Max. number for files
MP3 format
Encoding
Max. 999 files
MPEG1 layer3 32-320kbps , f/s 32K 44.1K 48K ,
MPEG2 layer3 40-1600kbps , f/s 16K 22.05K 24K ,
(VBR/CBR)
ID-3 Tag
Ver. : V1.0 , V1.1 , V2.2 , V2.3 ,V2.4
Design and product specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Website: www.Dap-audio.info
Email: [email protected]
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