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Wadia 7 Specifications
INFORMATION AND OPERATING MANUAL VWia 7 CD TRANSPORT
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CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE PRODUCT’S COVER.
THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
NOTICE
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is,
in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and television
reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B computing devices in
accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in residential installation. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this product does cause interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna of the radio or television.
Relocate the CD Player with respect to the radio or television.
Move the CD Player away from the radio or television.
Plug the CD Player into a different outlet so that the CD
Player and radio or television are on different branch circuits.
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If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio / television technician for
additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission, helpful:
“How to Identify and Resolve Radio - TV Interference Problems”
This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office, Washington DC 20402. Stock No. 004000-00345-4.
CLASS ONE LASER PRODUCT
This product complies with DHHS Rules, CFR Subchapter J, Part 1040: 10, at its date of manufacture.
DANGER
Invisible laser radiation when opened and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
CAUTION
Use of all controls, adjustment or performance of procedures, other than specified herein, may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER
This product uses an invisible laser pickup to detect the signals recorded on a Compact Disc.The product
has been designed so that the laser’s rays will not radiate outside the chassis. To avoid laser exposure,
do not remove the cover
Table of Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.. ..................................... .6
FRONT PANEL.. ............................................................................
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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS.. ....................................................... .9
REMOTE CONTROL ................................................................... .I0
REAR PANEL.. ............................................................................
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UNPACKING.. ..............................................................................
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SET-UP AND INSTALLATION .................................................... .I6
BASIC OPERATION .................................................................... .I 7
DISC PRECAUTIONS ................................................................... . 7
AC POWER CONNECTION ........................................................ .I7
CARE AND MAINTENANCE.. ...................................................... . 7
SERVICE.. ....................................................................................
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WARRANTY ................................................................................
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SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................... .I9
CD TRANSPORT
Wadia 7
T
hank you for choosing the Wadia 7 Compact Disc
Transport. Manufactured under strict quality control
standards, the Wadia 7 is a superb example of state-of the-art digital technology We encourage you to read this
manual thoroughly and to carefully follow all safety and
operating instructions, used properly, this product will
provide you with years of musical enjoyment.
Our inspiration,
Wadia F. Moses
at age 35.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To get the best performance from your Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport, and for your
own safety, please read and follow these important safety instructions.
1)
Before operating the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport please read all operating and
safety instructions.
2) Keep all operating and safety instructions for future reference.
3) Always heed all warnings and cautions on the product and in the Owner’s Manual.
4) Always follow all instructions for the operation and use of the Wadia 7 Compact Disc
Transport.
5) Never use the Wadia7 Compact Disc Transport near water.
6) Never place the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport near heat sources such as radiators,
fireplaces, stoves, or other appliances that produce heat. Avoid placing the Compact Disc
Transport where it will be subject to direct sunlight or low temperatures.
7) The Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport should only be connected to a power supply as
directed on the rear panel.
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8) This product is equipped with a three prong AC mains power cord which includes an earth
ground connection. To prevent shock hazard, all three connectors must always be used.
If your electrical outlets will not accept this type of plug, an adapter may be purchased. If
an adapter is necessary, be sure it is an approved type and that it is used properly,
supplying an earth ground. If you are not sure of the integrity of your home’s electrical
system, contact a licensed electrician for assistance.
9) AC extension cords are not recommended for use with this product. If an extension cord
must be used, be sure that it is an approved type and has sufficient current carrying
capacity to power this product.
10) Never clean the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport with solvents such as alcohol,
gasolene, benzene, etc.,
11) Before cleaning the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport, always disconnect the power
supply cord. Use a soft cloth and, if necessary, dampen the cloth with plain water. Never
apply water, or any other cleaner, directly to the chassis.
12) The Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport is meant to be turned on, and left on, at all times.
However, if this product won’t be used for a long period of time, you should turn it off and
disconnect the power cord.
13) If you detect smoke, or an abnormal smell, immediately unplug the Wadia 7 Compact
Disc Transport from the power supply. Immediately contact your Wadia dealer.
14) The Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport should always be serviced by qualified service
personnel when:
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The power cord has been damaged;
Liquid has been poured onto the product;
The product does not operate properly;
The product has been dropped; or
The chassis has been damaged.
15) Never attempt to service the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport beyond what is described
in the Owner’s Manual. All service should be performed by qualified service personnel.
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FRONT PANEL
The front panel of the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport is simple and elegant, with only two
push buttons, two LED indicators, and a display window. All other functions are accessed
through the remote control.
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OPEN / CLOSE: Pressing this button opens the disc drawer; pressing it again closes the
drawer. Pressing this button while a compact disc is playing stops play, clears any previously
programmed sequence of tracks, and opens the drawer.
PRECAUTION: Never impede the progress of the drawer while it is in motion (either opening
or closing).
PLAY: After a Compact Disc is loaded into the drawer, pressing this button plays the disc
beginning with the first track on the disc or in a sequenced program. Pressing this button
while the drawer is open, closes the drawer and begins play with the first track on the disc or
in a sequenced program. Pressing this button while the unit is in the PAUSE mode will
resume play.
PAUSE LED: The LED below the word PAUSE will light when play is suspended by pressing
the PAUSE button on the remote control.
STATUS LED: A single LED, centered over the drawer, is illuminated with a green color
when power is on and no disc is in the drawer. This LED turns to a red color when a disc is
inserted into the drawer, whether the disc is playing or not.
DISPLAY WINDOW: Information regarding the track, index, and time of the compact disc is
provided in the display window.
TRACK: This part of the display shows the number of the track being played. After inserting
a disc, and before play, it shows the total number of tracks on a disc.
INDEX: Before play, this part of the display is blank. If a disc being played has indexes, this
part of the display shows the indexes within the track being played beginning with 1 and
increasing throughout the track. If a track does not have indexes, this part of the display
shows 1 throughout the track. When Programming a sequence of tracks, the INDEX number
will act as a counter of the tracks in the program. After the program has been sequenced,
and play begins, the INDEX indicator will return to identifying index points throughout each
track.
TIME: The time counter in the display can be utilized in various modes through the remote
control. Before play, the total time on the disc, or in a sequenced program, is shown. The
word TOTAL appears in the display. Once a disc starts to play the elapsed time of that track
will be shown. Pressing the TIME button on the remote control once will cause the display to
indicate the remaining time in that track. The word REMAIN appears in the display. Pressing
the TIME button on the remote control again will cause the display to indicate the remaining
time on the entire disc, or in a sequenced program. The words TOTAL REMAIN appear in
the display.
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The Remote Control for the Wadia 7 CD Transport also includes the remote control
commands for the Wadia 9 Decoding Computer, the Wadia 10 Glass Optical Interface, and
the Wadia 5 PowerDAC. In this manual we will only discuss the buttons associated with
the control of the Wadia 7 CD Transport.
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PROGRAM: Pressing this button enters all tracks subsequently chosen with the numeric
keys (up to a total of 40 selections) as part of a programmed sequence, for playback in any
desired order.
Programming a sequence of tracks can be done either in the STOP mode or in the PLAY
mode.
To program a sequence of tracks from a compact disc while in the STOP mode, first press
the PROGRAM Button. The PROGRAM indicator will illuminate in the display window. Next,
press the numeric buttons of the tracks you would like to program in the sequence desired.
The number of each selected track will be indicated under the TRACK indicator, the location
of that track within the program (the playing order) of the tracks selected will be indicated in
the area where INDEX is usually identified, and the total program playback time of the
sequence will be updated as each track is programmed.
To program a sequence of tracks from a compact disc while in the PLAY mode, the
procedure is the same. The only difference is that the total program’s playback time will not
be displayed.
NOTES:
A program will continue to be held in memory, even after that program has been completely
played.
When programmed playback is ended by pressing the STOP button, the program will
continue to be held in memory. However, if the STOP button is pressed a second time, the
PROGRAM indicator on the display will go out and the programmed contents will be erased
from memory.
After programming, pressing the PROGRAM button again or pressing the STOP button, prior
to beginning playback, will erase the programmed contents from memory.DELETE: This
button is the opposite of normal programming. Pressing this button while a program is being
entered, erases the entire entered program. To play an entire disc, except for specific tracks
that you do not want to hear, press this button and then the numeric keys corresponding to
the tracks you would like to delete (up to a total of 40 selections).
SINGLE: To play a single track, press the SINGLE button (the SINGLE indicator will light in
the display window), then press the numeric button(s) which correspond(s) to the track you
would like to play. The transport will search for the selected track, and playback will start
from the beginning of that track. At the conclusion of the track, the transport will enter the
STOP mode.
To repeat one single track, press the SINGLE button (the SINGLE indicator will illuminate in
the display window), then press the REPEAT button (the REPEAT indicator will illuminate in
the display window), and then press the numeric button(s) which correspond(s) to the track
you would like to repeat. Playback of the track selected will begin immediately. At the
conclusion of the track the transport will return to the beginning of that track again, and in this
way the selected track will be repeated.
CLEAR: When the PROGRAM indicator is illuminated in the display window, to eliminate a
particular track from a programmed sequence, first press the CHECK button until the track
which you would like to eliminate is selected. Then press the CLEAR button which will clear
that particular track from memory.
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INDEX: Pressing this button activates the Index Play mode. While a compact disc is playing,
when the INDEX button is pressed. two dashes (- with the first dash blinking) will appear
under the word Index in the display window. You can then designate the desired Index Point
you would like to access directly through the numeric buttons (for example 0 followed by 4 will
access Index Point 4; iO+ followed by 7 will access Index Point 17, etc.)
CHECK: When a sequence of tracks has been programmed, the CHECK button can be used
to review the contents of that program. After a program has been entered, but before
playback has begun, by pressing the CHECK button once, the first progammed track number,
its position in the sequence of tracks that have been programmed, and the playing time of the
entire sequence, will be displayed. Each subsequent pressing of the CHECK button will
provide similar details as you move through each of the programmed tracks.
The programmed contents of a sequence can also be checked during playback, however, the
total program’s playback time will not be displayed.
SKIP: Pressing these buttons allows access to the previous or next track on a disc.
INDEX: Pressing these button allows the access to the previous or next Index Point within a
track that has such indexed sections.
AUTO SPACE: Pressing this button will provide a four second space between tracks on a
disc, irrespective of the actual time between tracks on the disc.
OPEN / CLOSE: Pressing this button opens the disc drawer; pressing it again closes the
drawer. Pressing this button while a compact disc is playing stops play, clears any previously
programmed sequence of tracks, and opens the drawer.
STOP: Pressing this button while a Compact Disc is playing stops PLAY. When play is
stopped, the CHECK button can be utilized to review a sequence of programmed tracks.
Pressing this button twice clears any previously programmed sequence of tracks from the
Transport’s memory.
PAUSE: Pressing this button, while a Compact Disc is playing, suspends PLAY. Pressing the
PLAY button will resume PLAY at the point where the PAUSE button was pressed.
PLAY: After a Compact Disc is loaded into the drawer, pressing this button plays the disc
beginning with the first track on the disc or in a sequenced program. Pressing this button
while the drawer is open, closes the drawer and begins play with the first track on the disc or
in a sequenced program.
NUMERIC KEYS: These buttons (1 through 9, 0, and10+ may be used to select tracks when
programming a sequence of tracks to be played. The numeric keys may also be used to
select a particular track (instead of using the << SKIP or SKIP >> buttons). Pressing a track
number begins play with that track and continues playing tracks on the disc in sequence.
REPEAT: Pressing this button will cause the entire disc to repeat continuously. Pressing this
button a second time will take the Transport out of the REPEAT mode. Pressing this button
once, following pressing of the SINGLE button, will cause the track that is playing, or has
been selected, to repeat continuously. Pressing either the STOP or OPEN / CLOSE buttons
will also take the Transport out of the REPEAT mode.
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A / B: This button is used to define a section of a disc that is to be repeated continuously.
Pressing this button once defines the beginning point (A) of the section to be repeated and
pressing this button again defines the ending point (B) of the section to be repeated.
TIME: This button switches between the various time modes on the display. Before play, the
total time on the disc, or in a sequenced program, is shown. Once a disc starts to play the
elapsed time of that track will be shown. Pressing this button on the remote control once will
cause the display to indicate the remaining time in that track. Pressing this button on the
remote control again will cause the display to indicate the remaining time on the entire disc,
or in a sequenced program.
TIME SEARCH: The Time Search function allows playback to start from the desired point
within a track, by allowing you to designate the time at which play should begin within that
track. This is convenient to play, for example, the Second Movement of a Symphony, when
the entire Symphony is completely within a single track, without Index Points.
As an example, to play from the “1 minute and 5 second” point within a given track, select the
track within which you want to search for a specific point in time. You may want to press
PAUSE as this will still allow the use of the Time Search function. Press the TIME SEARCH
button. The display windows Time indicator will change to 4 dashes (-:-with the first dash
blinking). By pressing the following numeric keys, 0, 1, 0, 5, in that order, the transport will
immediately access the point designated and will begin playback. If you have put the
transport into Pause, you will have to press the PLAY button to begin.
NOTES:
It is impossible to designate a time that is greater than the total time in a given track.
Even if play advances to the next track while the specific point in time is being designated
after pressing TIME SEARCH within a given track,time search play will begin at exactly the
designated point. The transport will return to the previous track (the track indicated in the
display window as you entered the Time Search function, and play will restart at the
designated time.
TIME SEARCH cannot be accessed during programmed replay.
WADIA 7 DISPLAY ON & OFF: These buttons allow you to extinguish and re-illuminate the
display at your will. When the Wadia 7 Display is in the OFF position, any selection from the
remote control that activates the display will illuminate the display window for approximately
5 seconds, after which it will once again extinguish itself.
SEARCH: Pressing these buttons allows fast reverse or fast forward access through a track.
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REAR PANELS
POWER ON / OFF: On the rear of the Wadia 7 Power Supply is a switch that turns the Wadia 7
Compact Disc Transport on and off. The switch must be in the ON position for the product to function.
The Wadia 7 is designed to be left on at all times. Like all digital audio products, best performance is
achieved only after the product has been on for 72 or more hours. Do not turn the power on unless
the Transport is not connected to another component in the system, or unless the amplifier is either
turned off or not connected to the loudspeakers.
On the rear of the Wadia 7 Power Supply you will find the umbilical cord which attaches the power
suply to the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport. On the rear of the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport is
the connector to which the umbilical cord will be attached.
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DIGITAL OUTPUTS: For maximum convenience and functionality the Wadia 7 Compact
Disc Transport provides four formats for connection of the digital signal to other components
in the system.
The ST type glass optical connector provides the highest quality digital transmission format
and should be used when associated equipment have this type of connector for receiving a
digital signal. A high quality glass optical cable is provided along with the Wadia 7 Compact
Disc Transport.
The EIAJ standard plastic optical connector is the least reliable method of digital
interconnection, but is provided for the convenience of those who have only this method of
digital input on their associated equipment.
Coaxial digital interconnection is available through a high quality BNC type connector. If this
method of interconnection is chosen, it would be recommended that the cable of your choice
be terminated with a BNC type connector. A BNC to RCA adapter is provided with the
Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport for those who would like to experiment with a number of
coaxial cables prior to having one terminated with a BNC connector.
The AES/EBU format is provided through an XLR type connector. When using this method of
digital transmission, be sure that the pin configuration on the associated equipment matches
that of the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport (Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Not Inverted Signal, Pin
3: Inverted Signal).
There are also (3) user defined control settings on the Rear Panel of the Wadia 7
Compact Disc Transport. All three controls can be set with a screwdriver or with the
key which locks the transport mechanism in place during shipping.
DISPLAY: Allows you to adjust the brightness of the display window on the front of the
machine to the desired intensity. Of course, the display window can be extinguished
completely by pressing the WADIA 7 DISPLAY OFF button on the remote control.
TRAY SPEED OPEN / CLOSE: Allows you to adjust the speed with which the disc tray
opens and closes. As indicated by the individual controls, these speeds can be defined
independently of each other.
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UNPACKING
Unpack your Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport and keep all packing materials for future use.
To avoid damaging the connectors on the rear of the product, or those on digital output
cables, never tip the product back in a way that would put stress on these connectors.
Carefully inspect the product for damage and flaws. If any are found, immediately contact
your Wadia dealer.
SET-UP AND INSTALLATION
1)
Make sure that the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport is not plugged into the AC power
supply and is disconnected from all associated equipment.
2)
Place the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport on a flat, stable surface and turn it onto either
of its sides (The finish of the metalwork can be protected by first placing a soft cloth or
towel down onto which the Wadia 7 can be placed).
3) Locate the transport screw on the bottom of the product, and with the tool provided, turn
the transport screw as shown on the label near the screw hole. If there is ever a need to
ship the Wadia 7, be sure to reset the transport screw to the position in which you
received it.
4) While the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport is still on its side, screw in the four pointed
feet into the bottoms of the four corner posts. Similarly, screw in the four pointed feet into
the bottoms of the four corner posts on the Wadia 7 Power Supply.
6) Turn the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport and its Power Supply upright and place them
in the desired location. Eight bases are provided to be placed underneath the four pointed
feet, for the protection of the furniture upon which the product is to be placed.
6) Connect one end of the power supply cord to the receptical on the rear of the product
and the other to a wall outlet.
7) Before turning the POWER ON / OFF switch to the ON position connect the umbilical
cord from the Wadia 7 Power Supply to the Wadia 7 Transport itself. The umbilical cord is
attached to the Power Supply, but must be connected to the Transport. There is only one
correct position with which that connection can be made, and then a turn of the outside of
the connector will lock it in place on the back of the Transport.
6) Turn the power switch on the rear of the Wadia 7 Power Supply to the ON position.
9) Connect the digital output of the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport to the digital input of
the associated equipment.
10) The Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport’s Remote Control comes with its batteries installed.
When it becomes necessary to change the batteries, remove the four screws that hold
the rear cover of the Remote Control in place with a screwdriver. Insert two AA batteries
in the same direction that the original batteries are installed. Replace the Remote
Control’s rear cover.
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BASIC OPERATION
To load a Compact Disc for play press the OPEN / CLOSE button on either the front of the
product or on the remote control. Place the Compact Disc into the drawer, label side up.
Close the drawer by pressing the OPEN / CLOSE button again. In a few seconds the Display
will show the total number of tracks on the disc and their total playing time. The disc is now
ready for play.
DISC PRECAUTIONS
Do NOT use a CD stabilizer, It will jam the disc clamping system.
AC POWER CONNECTION
DOUBLE CHECK PROPER VOLTAGE OPERATION
Connect the linecord supplied with the system first to the Wadia 7 Power Supply and
then to the service outlet.
Unplug the unit immediately if it becomes wet.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
To clean the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport, use a soft cloth moistened with plain water.
Don’t apply water, dusting sprays, solvents, abrasives, or cleaning fluids directly to the
chassis. Make sure that the remote sensor window on the front of the product and the remote
control’s projection lens are kept clean and dust free. When the remote control’s batteries
need to be replaced, always replace both batteries at the same time. Always dispose of
batteries in a manner that is considerate of the environment.
SERVICE
If you have a service problem, immediately contact your Wadia dealer. It is important that
your Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport be serviced only by an authorized Wadia service
facility.This will ensure that proper repairs are made and that your Wadia 7 warranty stays in
effect throughout the warranty period.
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WARRANTY
This warranty covers the Wadia 7 Compact Disc Player. Wadia Digital warrants that this
product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship for:
1 Year for the transport mechanism’s mechanical structure and associated
electronics, and
5 Years for all other parts of the product (excluding batteries).
The warranty period begins at the time the product is first shipped from Wadia Digital and is
subject to the following requirements and understandings:
1)
The product must not have been modified in any manner whatsoever, or the warranty is
immediately voided.
2)
The product must not have been stored in a humid, damp environment; nor subjected to
weather, water or salt spray.
3) During the warranty period Wadia Digital will repair the Wadia 7 to working order, or, at
Wadia’s option, replace a defective Wadia 7 with a similar available product, at no cost to
the owner for labor, materials, and shipping charges from Wadia Digital, River Falls,
Wisconsin.
4) Wadia Digital shall not, under any circumstances, be liable for any incidental or
consequential damages arising from the loss of property or other damage or losses due
to the failure of a Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport. Wadia Digital will not pay for loss of
use or inconvenience caused by the failure of a Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport. Wadia
Digital will not pay for damage caused to other audio components caused by the failure
of a Wadia 7 Compact Disc Transport within the limits allowed by State Law.
5) All repairs performed after the warranty period has expired will be billed to the owner and
will carry a 90 day warranty on parts and labor.
6) All repairs must be performed by an authorized service facility or by Wadia Digital.
7) This product is only warrantied in the country of original sale by Wadia Digital.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CD Stability
Vibration-Free Rigid Disc Clamping System (VRDS)
CD Pickup Mechanical
3-beam, objective lens drive, 780 nm wavelength
2-dimensional parallel drive
Machined Cast-alloy turntable
Precision Servo-sled tracking mechanism
Floating suspension system
Pickup Drive Method
Linear motor drive.
Disc Diameter
120mm/80mm.
Quality Level
Level 1, High Accuracy
EIAJ CP-340 Specification
outputs (4)
Glass Fiber Optic, 850 nm, > -16dBm
EIAJ Standard Plastic Fiber Optic, 665 nm, -15 _ -21 dBm
S/PDIF Coaxial via BNC Connector, 0.5V p-p, 75 ohms
AES/EBU Standard via XLR Connector, 3V p-p, 110 ohms
Power Supply
2 Toroidal Transformers
100,120,220,240 VAC.
Enclosure
Airborne computer quality aluminum plate.
Detuned for Lenz’s Law and package parasitic resonances.
Side panel skin effect transitions @ < 20 Hz.
Weight
Main Unit 32 Ibs.
Power Supply 23 Ibs.
Dimensions
Main Unit: 9.625” Wide, 17.875 ‘I Deep, 6.063” High
Power Supply : 7.375” Wide, 17.875” Deep, 6.063” High
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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