Yamaha CD-450 Owner's manual

Yamaha CD-450 Owner's manual
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e Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert you to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product's enclosure. that
may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
you to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accom-
panying the appliance.
7 Read Instructions — All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
CZ Retain Instructions — The safety and operating instruc-
tions should be retained for future reference.
3 Heed Warnings — All warnings on the appliance and in
the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4 Follow Instructions: — All operating and other instruc-
tions should be followed.
5 Water and Moisture — The appliance should not be used
near water — for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, etc.
6 Carts and Stands — The appliance should be used only
withacartor stand that isrecommended by the manufacturer.
/ Wall or Ceiling Mounting — The appliance should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling onty as recommended by the
C3 Ventilation — The appliance should be situated so that
its location or position does not interfere with its proper
ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be
situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that may block
the ventilation openings; or placed in a built-in installation,
such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of
air through the ventilation openings.
© Heat — The appliance should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other appliances that
produce heat.
1 C3 Power Sources — The appliance should be connect-
ed to a power supply only of the type described in the
operating instructions or as marked on the appliance.
q q Power-Cord Protection — Power-supply cords should
be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying parti-
cular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the appliance.
“I = Cleaning — The appliance shouid be cleaned only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
A 3 Nonuse Periods — The power cord of the appliance
should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a
iong period of time,
7 A Object and Liquid Entry— Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall into and liquids are not spilled into the inside of
the appliance.
1 5 Damage Requiring Service — The appliance should
be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance: or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the cabinet damaged.
A С Servicing — The user should not attempt to service
the appliance beyond those means described in the operating
instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qualified service personnel.
1. Your CD-450 is a sophisticated electronic unit. To
ensure proper operation, and obtain the best possible
sound reproduction, please read this manual carefully.
2. Choose the installation location of your CD-450 carefully.
Avoid placing it in direct sunlight or close to a source of
heat. Alsa avoid locations subject to vibration or excessive
dust, heat, cold or moisture. Keep away from such sources
of hum as transformers or motors.
3. Do not open the unit as this may result in damage to
the set, or electrical shock to you. If any object should get
into the unit, contact your dealer.
4. When removing the power plug from the wall outlet,
always pull directly on the plug, never yank the cord.
5. Do not use excessive force when pressing the switches
or. |
6. When moving the unit be sure to first pull out the power
plug and remove the cords connecting it to other
equipmert. |
7. Do not attempt to ciean your CD-450 with chemical
solvents as this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry
cloth to clean it.
8. Be sure to read the TROUBLESHOOTING section for
advice or common operating errors before concluding that
there is something wrong with your,
9. Keep “his manual in a safe place for future reference.
10. This equipment generates and uses radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in
strict accordance with the manufacturers instructions, may
cause interference to radio and television reception. It has
been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B computing device in accordance with the specifi-
cations in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference in a residential installation. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
Installation. If this equipment does cause interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna
Relocate the CD-450 with respect to the receiver
Move the CD-450 away from the receiver
Plug the CD-450 into a different outlet so that it
and the receiver are on different branch circuits.
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
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
Caution — Use of controls, adjustments, or performance of
broceciures other than those specified herein, may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
The compact disc player should not be adjusted or
repaired by anyone except properly qualified service
personnel. |
То pretect the internal laser pick-up mechanism from
excessive shock during transit, it has been secured by
specia transport screws. These screws are attached on the
bottom of the unit. Be sure to remove the transport screws
before you turn your CD-450 on.
Carefully place the unit on its left side. Do not subject it
to any shocks.
Use a Philips head screwdriver to remove the transport
Place the screws in a safe place, perhaps with this
manual, as they may be needed in the future.
If you are going to transport your CD-450 be sure to
replace the transport screws. Be sure that there is no
disc in the player before replacing the screws. Reverse
the previous Instructions to replace the screws.
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Front Side
Transport screws
Original Music Processing LGls 6 Tracking Servo Control
Double Resclutian Ogital Fiter
@ POWER Switch
Supplies power to your CD-450. lf there is a disc in the Pressing this key during playback will temporarily interrupt
disc tray, the player will begin playback from the first operation of the unit (PAUSE). Pressing it twice during
selection when power is turned on. playback (or once while PAUSE) will cause the laser pick-
up to return to the beginning of the first selection and
O Disc Tray STOP operation.
Holds a compact disc for playing. Slides out for loading
and unloading when the OPEN/CLOSE switch is pressed.
4) Skip Control Keys
Pressing these keys allows you to move the laser pick-up
E) MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY Panel | sequentially across the disc to the beginning of each
Provides comprehensive information on disc selections, disc selection, in either a forward (+) or reverse (—) direction.
playback status, player operating status, and ali program- | |
ming procedures. |
E Search Control Keys
| Pressing these keys allows you to scan the laser pick-up
& REMOTE CONTROL SIGNAL Indicator sequentially across the disc in a forward (pb) or reverse
Lights to show that a signal is being received from the (<4) direction when PLAYing or PAUSE. In the Stop
remote control unit. mode, these keys allow you to access the index markings
which are encoded on some compact discs.
When pressed, changes the display contents a step at a e PROGRAM Key
time, from track number to elapsed time to total time and ( Is used to set or check a disc selection program.
back to track number. >— | |
® REPEAT ON/OFF Switch — Connecting your stereo headphones here allows you to
Initiates automatic repeat playback of the entire disc, or of monitor disc playback.
programmed disc selections.
Used to receive signals from the remote control.
When pressed, slides the disc tray out of the unit (OPEN
operation) or retracts the disc tray into the unit (CLOSE
Initiates disc playback.
(1) OPEN/CLOSE key |
Used to side the disc tray out of the unit (OPEN operation)
or to retract the disc tray into the unit (CLOSE operation).
Used to automatically repeat playback of the entire disc, or
of programmed disc selections,
(3) REPEAT A-—B Key
Used to set starting and ending points for repeat playback.
During play, pushing this key will cause the REMOTE
CONTROL SIGNAL Indicator on the CD-450 to flash once
and the Repeat Play indicator to light. The point where the
key was pushed will be point A. Pushing the key once more
will cause “he REMOTE CONTROL SIGNAL Indicator to flash
once more. This will be point B. Play will then continue to
repeat between points A and B.
Used to delete a previously stored track numbersgfrom the N
programmed playback memory. |
To use this function, first locate the track number you wish to
delete with the PROGRAM SET/CHECK key. Then press the
PROGRAM CLEAR key. That selection will be deleted from
the program and all subsequent selections will decrease their
program number by one.
Used to store a previously entered track number in the
programmed playback memory.
Used during playback to temporarily interrupt operation of
the unit (PAUSE). Pressing it twice during playback (or once
while PAUSEd) will cause the laser pick-up to return to the
beginning of the first selection and Stop operation.
(7) PLAY Key
Used to initiate disc playback.
Used to change the Time Display from Total Time to
Remaining Time to Elapsed Time.
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(9) Music Search Skip Control Keys
Used to move the laser pick-up sequentially across the disc
to the beginning of each selection, in a forward (+) direction
or a reverse (—) direction.
INDEX Search Control Keys
Used to scan the laser pick-up sequentially across the disc
in a forward ( DP ) direction or a reverse ( << ) direction
when PLAYing or PAUSEd.
The remote contro! unit uses 2 “AA” Go Detteriss Änstal
them according to the following illustration. Be” Sure that
they are installed correctly.
The remote control unit can be used up to about 7 meter
(23 feet) from your CD player, and must be aimed in its
direction for proper operation.
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Use these jacks to connect your CD-450 to Sn ampliicer
receiver. They should be connected to the DAD, CD, of
Aux input Jacks. If these jacks are not available, use the
TUNER or TAPE PLAY jacks. DO NOT use the PHONO
input jacks. Make sure all AC power is off when making
these connections.
2. AC Power Cord |
Connect this cord to a wall AC outlet, or to the power outlet
on your amplifier, tuner, timer, etc,
There are only two connections to make from your CD-450:
the AC power cord and the two LINE QUT jacks.
‚1. Маке sure the transport screws are removed from the
bottom of the unit.
2. Turn off the power to al! units before making any
3. Connect the LINE OUT jacks to the input jacks of your
amplifier or receiver. They should be connected to the
DAD, CD, or AUX input jacks. DO NOT use the PHONO
input jacks. Be sure that the player right channel (RED) is
connected to the right channel of your amplifier, etc.
Likewise, be sure that the player left channel (WHITE) is
connected to the left channel of your amplifier, etc.
4. Connect the power cord to an AC outlet or to the
convenience outlet of your amplifier, tuner, etc. Be sure that
the convenience outlet is rated for more than 20 watts.
1. Press the POWER switch. The MULTI-FUNCTION
DISPLAY Panel will display a flashing ‘dotted line for
a few seconds. This will change to the word “dISC”,
informing you that there is no disc loaded in the player.
At this point, your CD-450 will only accept commands
from the OPEN/CLOSE key.
2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE Key. The disc tray will slide out
from the unit, and the display will change to the word
“OPEN”. If the disc tray is obstructed from opening it
Will stop in that position after approximately 4 seconds.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE key again and the disc tray will
close. Remove the obstruction and press the OPEN/
CLOSE key again.
3. Load a compact disc. Once the disc tray is fully open,
remove: a compact disc from its case and, holding the
disc by its edges, put it into the tray with the label
facing upwards. At this point, your CD-450 will accept
commands from the OPEN/CLOSE or PLAY keys, the
Skip Control keys, or the index Search keys.
4. Close the disc tray. You can close the disc tray in three
diferent ways: by pressing the OPEN/CLOSE key, by
pressing the PLAY key, or by gently pressing the tray
inward. If the disc tray is closed by pressing the PLAY
key, the compact disc will immediately start playing
once the tray is fully closed, otherwise the unit will wait
for further programming.
5. To remove a compact disc, simply press the
OPEN/CLOSE key and wait for the tray to slide out.
Then grasp the disc by its edges and lift it out.
Remember to close the tray if you are not going to be
using your player immediately.
Press the POWER switch to turn your CD-450 on.
Slide out the disc tray by pressing the OPEN/CLOSE
key and load a compact disc.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE key to retract the disc tray.
After a few seconds the total number of selections on
the disc will be displayed on the display panel for about
three seconds. The display will then change to indicate
the first track.
‚ If you now press the DISPLAY key twice the TOTAL
TIME of the disc (playback time from the beginning of
the first selection to the end of the last selection) will be
displayed on the Multi-function Panel. -
. Press the PLAY key to start disc playback. The display
will change from the TOTAL TIME display to show
PLAY and then to the TRACK NO. dispiay, and
playback will begin. If the PLAY key is pressed without
pressing the OPEN/CLOSE key, the disc tray will retract
and the word “PLAY” will immediately be displayed on
the display panel. The display will change to the TRACK
NO. when playback begins.
The entire disc will be played, from beginning to end,
unless other commands are entered during playback.
When the end of the disc is reached, the word “End”
will be displayed for about three seconds. The display
will then change to show TRACK NO. 1 when the laser
pick-up automatically moves to the beginning of the first
selection and stops. a.
You can stop playback of a disc at any time. Pressing
the OPEN/CLOSE key will cause the disc to stop
playing, the disc tray to slide out for disc removal, and
the display to show the word “OPEN”.
Pressing the PAUSE/STOP key once will cause the disc
to stop playing. The laser pick-up will remain at that
point on the disc and the TRACK NO. display will flash
dotted lines. To resume playback at that point, press the
PLAY key.
Pressing the PAUSE/STOP key twice will also cause the
disc to stop playing. But the laser pick-up will return to
the beginning of the first selection and the TRACK NO.
display will indicate the first selection. To resume
playback simply press the PLAY key.
The MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY Panel responds to every
operation you make. It provides the following information,
selected by pressing the DISPLAY key:
TRACK NO.: the number of the current selection on the
ELAPSED TIME: the elapsed playback time of the current
selection, in minutes and seconds
TOTAL TIME: the combined playback time for all
selections on the disc, or of a random access program, in
minutes and seconds. This can only be displayed when the
disc is STOPped. When playback begins, TOTAL TIME will
switch to TRACK NO.
During playback, and during a PAUSE, you can alternate
between TRACK NO. and ELAPSED TIME by pressing the
DISPLAY key. All programming operations are prompted
and confirmed on the display (dISC, OPEN, PLAY, and
End), and all disc search operations are confirmed with
eacn operation.
The panel also includes indicators to confirm REPEAT
playback, and Remote Control operation.
The following display appears when the STOP mode is
engaged and the laser returns to the first track on the disc.
TRACK NO———————— ЕЕ /
ELAPSED TIME —————= 1 — —
TOTAL TIME ———m—— = (LIU
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Track No. Stop mode
Once a disc is loaded and playback has begun, pressing
the PAUSE/STOP key once causes playback to PAUSE.
The disc stops playing, but the current location of the laser
pickup is maintained. When PAUSE, a dotted line wil
flash on the TRACK NO. display, or the colon between the
minutes and seconds on the ELAPSED TIME display will
flash, according to which display has been selected. Disc
scan and Track skip operations may be done while
PAUSEd. To resume playback press the PLAY key.
Pressing the PAUSE/STOP key twice during playback (or
once when PAUSEd) will cause playback to STOP, and the
laser pick-up to move to the beginning of the first selection.
Track Skip operations may be done while STOPped. To
resume playback press the PLAY key. if you CD-450 is in
programmed playback, Track Skip operations will only
work for those selections placed in memory. For example,
you will skip from selection 2 to selection 6 by pressing the
+" Skip Control key if those programs follow each other
in the program. Disc Scan operations, however, follow the
order on the disc. They do not skip the tracks that are not
part of the program. Scanning from selection 2 to selection
6. will take you into selection 3 and so on. if you stop
scanning outside of the program that track will finish, and
then playback will resume with the next selection in the
The Skip Control keys allow you to move sequentially to the
beginning of the next track on the disc, in either a forward
or reverse direction. You can skip tracks when PAUSEd,
STQPped, or while PLAYIng.
To move forward one tract press the “+” key and the
laser pick-up will move to the beginning of the next track,
If pressed and held down, the pick-up will continue moving
to the next track, and then the next, until the end of the
disc is reached.
To move backward one track press the “— ’ key and the
laser pick-up will move to the beginning of the current
selection (if playing that selection), or to the beginning of
the previous selection. If pressed and held down, the pick-
up will continue moving to the previous track until the
beginning of the disc is reached.
When skipping tracks, the display will change to the new
TRACK NO. every time one of the keys is pressed, then
return to the ELAPSED TIME display if that had been
selected previously.
During programmed operation, the Skip Control keys will
move the pick-up only to the programmed selections, and
will pass over the tracks not selected.
The Search Control keys allow you to scan across the disc
in either a forward or reverse direction. You cannot scan
while the disc is STOPped.
if either of the keys are pressed during playback ( Dt> for
forward and <Q for reverse), the laser pick-up begins
scanning at a faster than normal speed for about 3
seconds, then at a higher speed for as long as the switch
is held down. Music can be heard, but muted to about
one-fourth normal volume, allowing you to monitor the
selections while trying to locate a specific passage on the
if either of the keys is pressed when the disc has been
PAUSE, the disc is scanned in the same manner, but no
sound is heard.
After scanning, the previous mode is maintained (PLAY or
PAUSE). If the end or beginning of the disc is reached
during scanning in either direction, the laser pickup does
not return to the other end to continue scanning.
During programmed operation, the Search Control keys will
move the pick-up across all the selections, not just the
programmed ones. For example, if the program has track 9
following track 4 and you press the > Search Control
key while PLAYing track 4, the scan will go into track 5
after track 4, not into track 9. When track 5 is finished, play
will then resume with track 9 in such a case. If you stop
the scan while PLAYing a track that is not in the program.
that track will finish playback and then the next selection in
the program will start to PLAY.
You may program your CD-450 to playback only certain
tracks on a disc, in any order you wish to hear them. Up
to 9 selections can be programmed, or only one selection.
The player automatically inserts a 3 second audio blank
space between playback of each selection. Programming
can be done only when the disc is STOPped.
To enter a program you use the PROGRAM key and the
Skip Control keys.
1. Press the PAUSE/STOP key to STOP playback and
move the laser pick-up to the beginning of the first selection
on the disc.
2. Press the PROGRAM key. The display will change, with
the TRACK NO. indicator lit and PROGRAM number “P1”
Program number
ТАК ГЫ. — — — —————— ASSIS Г / С REXEAT PLAY
Indicates that selection has not yet been
set into P1
3. Locate the first desired selection by using the “+ key
to advance to the beginning of that track, if it is not the first
track. The display will show a flashing number (i.e. “3” for
the third track) indicating the selected track, followed by
“P17, indicating the first program.
THACK NIT. .—m— ——m — m Wa 7 7 Em REPEAT PLAY
ELARSED TIME ———— £223 — =
4. Press the PROGRAM key to enter the selection as P1.
~The display will change to the prompt “P2" and the
selected track number will disappear.
5. Use the Skip Control keys to move to the next desired
selection. When the correct TRACK NQ. is flashing on the
display press the PROGRAM key again to enter the
selection as P2. |
6. Continue moving to the desired selections and entering
7. Once you have entered the last desired selection or
have reached P9, press the PROGRAM key one more
time. The display will change to the word ‘End’, and after
about 3 seconds your CD-450 will be ready to play, with
the laser pick-up positioned at the beginning of the first
selected track and the display showing no track number
but PROGRAM number “P17
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Playback stand-by mode (STOP mode)
8. Press the PLAY key to begin playback. When
programmed playback is finished, the unit will automatically
stop and move the laser pick-up to the beginning of the
first selected track. Your selection program will remain in
memory until the disc tray is opened or powr is turned off.
To review a program in memory CD-450 must be
STOPped. Press the PROGRAM key once for each track
entered into the program. Both PROGRAM selection
number and actual TRACK NO. will be displayed.
The PAUSE/STOP key and Skip Control keys will ali
function as in normal playback, but only those tracks
entered into memory will be affected.
if the Search Control keys are used during programmed
playback, the CD-450 will change to normal playback as
you scan across the tracks. When the track you have
moved to has finished PLAYing, the next track in the
program will begin to PLAY.
When the end of a program is reached during PLAY
operations the display will change to the word “End”. The
display will change to indicate “P1” when the laser pick-up
moves to the beginning of the first selection in your
| program.
You can change, but not delete, the program by first
locating the program number you wish to change with the
PROGRAM key, then following the procedure for program
Press the REPEAT switch to continuously playback the
entire disc or the programmed selections. The REPEAT
PLAY indicator will light on the display. To stop repeat
playback press the REPEAT switch once again, and the
indicator will go out.
The Search Control keys are also used when your CD-450
has been STOPped. When the disc 1s STOPped, these
keys allow you to move the laser pick-up to an index mark
in a selection.
Index marks are special encoded stops within a single track
on a compact disc. These are not present on all discs, but
are likely :0 occur on classical music discs to identify the
beginning of an individual movement within a symphony,
since a symphony would constitute a single track. Index
search allows you to locate these index marks and begin
playback from them.
Please note that the index marks cannot be used with
programmed playback.
1. Enter the Stop mode.
2. Select the desired track number with the Skip Control
keys. |
3. Press the Search Control keys ( DD for forward and
<<] for reverse) to move to an index mark. The INDEX
SEARCH ndicator on the display panel will light, and the
display will change to show both the TRACK NO. and the
INDEX number within that track.
4. Continue pressing the Search Control keys to locate the
desired index mark. Once the index mark is located press
the PLAY key to begin playback from that point.
THACK NO ————e—————— CE}
5. To stop playback press the PAUSE/STOP key, otherwise
playback will continue past the next index mark until the
end of the disc. | |
6. Index selection numbers will be displayed if the index
Search function is used with discs that do not have Index
markers. When PLAY is initiated, however, it will start from
the beginning of the Track already selected.
7. If an Index number is selected that is greater than the
number of actual Index markers on the disc, PLAY will
begin from the final Index marker on the disc.
8. In some cases, playback may begin slightly before the
index mark.
Your CD-450 can be set to start playback at a desired time
by using it in combination with an external audio timer.
1. Connect your CD-450 and associated equipment to a
commercially available audio timer.
2. Place the input selector of your amplifier or receiver to
the position corresponding to your CD-450 input jacks.
3. Load a disc into your CD-450.
4. Set the volume and tone controls to the desired levels.
5. Program the desired ON and OFF times into the audio
timer. ВЕ |
6. When the preset time arrives, power will be supplied to
the CD-450 and playback will automatically begin.
Compact disc inserted with
the label facing upward
Disc tray
Proper way 10 hold compact disc
Your CD-450 has been specifically designed for the.
- freproductin of compact discs bearing the © EE * mark.
No other diécs should be loaded into the player.
To remove a disc from its storage case, press down on the
center of the opened case and lift the disc out, carefully
holding by the edges.
Always place the disc in the tray with the label facing up.
Although compact discs are impervious to wear during
play, darnage to the surface of a disc through improper
handling will result in playback regularities. To preserve
your compact discs, please handle them with care.
Although minute dust particles and fingerprints should have
no effect on playback, you should keep the surface of the
recorded side of your discs clean by wiping them with a
clean, dry cloth. Wipe in a straight motion from the inside
to the outside.
Never use record cleaner, record spray, antistatic sprays or.
liquids, cr any chemical-based liquid to clean the surface of
a disc, as these may irreparably damage the disc’s plastic
surface. Always return a disc to its protective plastic case
when not using it.
Avoid exposing discs to direct suniight, high temperature,
or high humidity for extended periods of time. Long
exposure to high temperatures may warp a disc.
Do not write on the label side of the disc with a ballpoint
pen, as this may damage the disc.
Frequency Response........................ 5 to ?0 kHz +0.5 dB, —1.0 d8
Harmonic Distortion + NOISE o.oo 0.004% (1 kHz}
S/N Ratio... RO 98 dB
Dynamic Range SUEUR URI 95 dB
Wow & Flutter... ERFREUT EEG Unmeasurable
Channel Separation Better than 90 dB (1 kHz)
Output Voltage. RR 2 Y rms (full scale)
Qutput Impedance.............eee ee 1 k-ohm
Headphone Qutput (8 ohms)... eee rcnnrrree 150 mY/8 ohms
Optical PicK-UP...........….. RER EER EL EEEEEREEEEEEEEEEEE 3-beam laser
Error Correction System... RER ae er CIRC
D/A Conversion rire eee 16-bit linear
Filter... ee re Digital filter and 3rd order active filter
Power Requirements... EEE 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption... ener ee 20 W
Dimensions (WxHxD). eeceeesne eee eee 435 x 94 x 290 mm
17-1/8" x 3-3/4" x 11-3/8”
We a eee anse ere eee eee 4.2 kg
9 Ibs. 40 oz.
ACCESSOMES oe rare Connecting cord
Note that all specifications are subject to charge without notice.
If yeur CE-450 fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected by the simple measures suggested. If it cannot, or if the fault is not listed in the SYMPTOM column,
disconnect the player's power cord and contact your dealer or service center for help.
The player fails to turn on when
the POWER switch is pressed.
Power cord is not plugged in or not completely inserted.
The disc tray does not close
dISC appears on the display
when trying to playback.
Firmly plug in the power cord.
A foreign object is entangled in the tray.
Carefully check the disc tray and remove the foreign object.
The disc has been inserted upside down.
l.oad the disc correctly
The disc is damaged.
There is moisture on the laser pick-up.
Check the disc carefully and replace if necessary.
Wait 20 to 30 minutes after turning the unit on before trying to
playback a disc.
Playback does not begin.
Disc is loaded upside down.
Disc is dirty.
Playback is delayed, or begins at
the wrong place.
Reload the. disc with the label side up.
Clean the disc... |
The disc may be scratched or damaged.
No sound.
Check the disc carefully and replace if necessary.
Improper output cable connections.
Connect cables properly. If the problem persists, the cables
may be defective.
Improper amplifier operation.
Sound “skips”.
Set the amplifier controls to the correct input selection.
Player subject to vibrations or shock.
Relocate the player.
Disc 15 dirty
Sound “hums”.
Clean the disc.
Improper cable connections.
Firmly connect the audio plugs. If the problem persists the cables
may be defective.
Noise in the tuner.
Noise from within the disc tray.
Tuner too close to the player.
Move the tuner away from the player.
The disc may be eccentric.
Replace the disc.
SINCE 1887
VB48870-0 BWgh,Q Printed in Japan 8
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