Mission Cyrus DAD7 Specifications

Mission Cyrus DAD7 Specifications
User Instructions
Cyrus dAD7
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Cyrus DAD7
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INTRODUCTION
Cyrus DAD7
Congratulations on the purchase of your Cyrus DAD7 CD
player. This piece of equipment is a precision
manufactured state-of-the-art product, constructed to the
highest standards and specifications. This manual contains
installation and operating instructions to enable the user to
connect up and operate the CD player correctly, thus
ensuring the greatest satisfaction and long term use.
This instruction manual is divided into the following
sections:
• Cautions
CAUTION
POLARISED CONNECTOR (110/120V PRODUCTS ONLY)
CONNECTOR POLARISE (PRODUITS 110/120V SEULEMENT)
To prevent electrical shock, match wide blade of plug to wide
slot and fully insert
Attention: Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la
plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et
pousser jusqu'au fond.
• Installation
• Operation
• Remote Control
• Additional Information
• Trouble Shooting
• Guarantee
To enable you to make full use of the comprehensive
facilities of the Cyrus DAD7 we would suggest that you
read these sections which will explain the fundamental
operations of the unit.
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Canada
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for
radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the
Radio Interference Regulation of the Canadian Department of
Communications
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(USA)
This set complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and with the FCCRules, Part 15.
Cyrus DAD7
CAUTIONS
Your Cyrus DAD7 is factory set to operate from a fixed
mains supply voltage, which is marked on a label at the
rear of the unit. Before connecting, check that this voltage
is the same as your mains supply, i.e.
230V Products
115V Products
100V Products
Voltage Range 220V-240V
Voltage Range 110V-120V
Voltage Range 100V
UNPACKING
Always follow the instruction handbook and retain it in a
safe place for future reference. Before proceeding with
installing the Cyrus DAD7, ensure that the following
items are included in the accessory box:
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Instruction Manual
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Power Cable
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Remote Handset
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Disc Clamp
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Guarantee Card
After removing these items, please retain the packing for
future use.
LOCATION
Install the Cyrus DAD7 in a well ventilated location where
it will not be exposed to high temperature or humidity.
Avoid installing the DAD7 in a location which is exposed
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to direct rays of sun, or near to hot appliances or radiators.
Placing and using the DAD7 for long periods on heatgenerating sources will affect performance and may
damage the cabinet. Installation in a damp or dusty
environment may result in malfunction or accident.
RE-LOCATING
The Cyrus DAD7 is supplied ready for use in your
location. Care has been taken to ensure that the power
supply requirements are correctly set. Consult your Cyrus
distributor to arrange for conversion of your DAD7 should
you move to another area with a different mains voltage.
PRECAUTIONS REGARDING INSTALLATION
It is important not to let any liquid or foreign object fall
into this unit. When routing the power cord avoid running
it over or near sharp objects.
Exercise particular care when the dust cover is open to
avoid any contact with the sensitive optical components.
If the Cyrus DAD7 is not to be used for a long period of
time, unplug the unit from the mains power supply.
This unit contains no user serviceable parts, therefore
never remove any panels from the unit or attempt to
service the unit. In the unlikely event of failure, please
refer to qualified service personnel.
INSTALLATION
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Cyrus DAD7
Digital Output
Audio Outputs
MC-BUS System Connection
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Fig.1 DAD7 (rear view)
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PSX-R Connection
Power Inlet
Mains Fuse
Power Switch
Cyrus DAD7
INSTALLATION
POSITIONING THE UNIT
The Cyrus DAD7 may be positioned as a free standing
unit or alongside a partnering Cyrus Dacmaster or Cyrus
PSX-R where used. Never stand the unit on top of a power
amplifier, which may generate heat. The DAD7 must
always sit horizontally on a flat firm surface. (A Cyrus
Isoplat is ideal for this purpose).
Ensure that there is enough clearance above the DAD7 to
allow access to the dust cover when fully open.
CONNECTING THE UNIT
The Mains Supply
The moulded IEC connector of the mains lead supplied
should be plugged in to the power inlet 5 on the rear of
the unit. The mains fuse 6 is located on the rear panel
next to the power switch. It must only be replaced with the
following types :
UK/Europe - 230V
N.America - 115V
Japan - 100V
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T100mA/20mm
T200mA/20mm
T250mA/20mm
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In the U.K., the Cyrus DAD7 comes with the mains plug
fitted. In the unlikely event that the plug fuse should need
replacing ensure that it is only replaced with a 3 Amp
Fuse.
MC-BUS System Connection
This is an optional connection which enhances and
expands the functional capability of specific Cyrus
products, including your Cyrus DAD7. Through the MCBUS and certain ancillary equipment a highly functional
integrated system with full remote control may be set up.
This feature is usable if you also own a Cyrus III
amplifier, Cyrus pre-amplifier, or the Cyrus Systems
Controller.
Connecting to an Amplifier
A pair of quality RCA interconnects are supplied with the
DAD7. Connect one end of each lead to the audio output
sockets of the Cyrus DAD7 2 and the other end to the
corresponding input of the amplifier or receiver. Amplifier
inputs that are suitable for this purpose are CD or AUX
inputs. DO NOT connect the DAD7 to the PHONO input
sockets of the amplifier, as this could damage your
amplifier/speakers.
INSTALLATION
Cyrus DAD7
Upgrading with a Cyrus PSX-R Intelligent Power
Supply (Optional)
When upgrading with a PSX-R Intelligent power supply,
only one connection is necessary to the DAD7. The
Cannon connector fitted to the umbilical cable on the
PSX-R must be securely connected to the socket marked
PSX-R 4 on the rear of the DAD7. When correctly fitted,
the connector will latch into place in the socket. Note that
when a PSX-R is in use, both the PSX-R power supply and
the DAD7 will require connection to the mains supply.
Connecting to an External D/A Converter (Optional)
The DAD7 also supplies a digital output signal which can
drive an external D/A converter if desired, such as the
Cyrus Dacmaster. Using a single RCA interconnect
designed for digital signals, connect from the socket
marked SPDIF OUT 1 to an input of the D/A converter
(the CD input is recommended for best performance when
using the Cyrus Dacmaster). Ensure that you use a cable
specifically designed for use with digital data, rather than
an audio phono cable. Use of the wrong type of cable may
cause a mismatch between components and degrade sound
quality. Referring now to the D/A converter handbook,
connect the D/A converter audio outputs to a suitable
input of the amplifier.
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Cyrus DAD7
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OPERATION
Standby Light
Remote Eye
Stop/Open
Memory
Repeat
Next Track
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Fig.2 DAD7 (front view)
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Previous Track
Pause
Play
Search Forward
Search Reverse
Standby
OPERATION
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Front Panel Display
1.
Disc Indicator........................................
Flashing slowly indicates that the lid is open. Flashing
rapidly indicates that the DAD7 is reading the Table of
Contents from a disc.
2.
Progress Indicator
5.
This symbol lights to show phase inversion.
6.
Index / Time Display.........................
(Mins : Secs)
7.
Indicates time into the track .........................
Phase......................................................................
Index Indicator................................................
The time display now shows index number.
Indicates time into the disc program ............
3. Pause Indicator .....................................................
This symbol indicates that pause is set.
4. Time Display Mode Indicator ..........
The time display below this symbol indicates the total
length of the music program.
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Track Display (Two Digit) ............................
Track number and error display.
9.
Repeat Indicator....................................................
This symbol indicates that repeat is set.
Cyrus DAD7
OPERATION
POWER CONTROL
The mains power switch 7 is located on the rear panel of
the player (refer to figure 1, rear panel drawing on page
4).
This switch should be left on for normal operation, except
when left unattended for a long period. In this case the
mains power should be switched off or the product
disconnected from the AC supply.
For the following section, refer to the front panel view on
page 7.
When the Cyrus DAD7 is in regular use and power is
permanently applied, the STANDBY key 12 can be used
to switch the unit on and off. The standby light 1 will
show red when the player is in standby and green when
operating.
First, press the STOP/OPEN key 3 which will raise the
dust cover for a few seconds to allow access for lifting.
Place a thumb under the front edge of the cover and lift
gently until fully open. The cover will latch open.
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Place a finger on the top edge of the cover and pull gently
to release the catch. The cover will now close on its own
accord with a damped action. Do not force the cover to
close as this may damage the internal mechanism.
When the cover is fully closed the disc will spin for a few
seconds, then stop.
Note:
To prevent any damage to the player or your discs, ensure
that the disc clamp is always in place before closing the
dust cover.
PLAYING A DISC
To play a disc, press the PLAY key 9 on the front panel.
Playback of a disc will always commence from track 1
unless otherwise selected.
LOADING A DISC
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Remove the disc clamp from the turntable, load a disc
with the label side upward and replace the clamp carefully
over the center of the disc.
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Whilst playing, pressing the PLAY key will re-play the
current track. Refer to the front panel display on page 8
for full details of the display information available during
disc play.
OPERATION
Cyrus DAD7
PAUSE
REPEAT
When the PAUSE key 8 is operated, the player will
continue to track the disc, holding at the precise point of
interruption. The PAUSE symbol will then show on the
display. A second press of the key will resume playing the
disc.
The REPEAT key 5 can be used for replay of the entire
disc or programmed tracks.
The PAUSE key can also be used to cue a track by
pressing the PAUSE key first and using the NEXT 6 and
PREVIOUS 7 keys to select the track to cue. The player
will now hold at the beginning of this track. To begin
playing this track, press the PAUSE key.
If a program selection has been stored, the REPEAT key
will allow continuous play of this program sequence.
When REPEAT is selected, its symbol will show on the
display. Repeat can be cleared by pressing the key a
second time.
STOP / OPEN
The STOP / OPEN key 3 has several uses. When a disc
is playing, use of this key will stop the disc immediately.
FAST SEARCH
The FAST FORWARD 10 and FAST REWIND 11 keys
can be used to quickly locate a specific point within a
track.
Continued depression of the key when the disc has
stopped spinning will raise the dust cover for a few
seconds to give access for lifting.
The elapsed time of the current track is always shown on
the display during fast search to enable easy location of a
specific track time.
If the disc is already stationary, a touch of the STOP /
OPEN key will raise the dust cover immediately. Opening
the cover will also clear the program memory.
The Fast Search keys will also search through next or
previous tracks if held down long enough.
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Cyrus DAD7
OPERATION
PROGRAM MEMORY STORAGE
The memory function is used for storage of a program
track selection sequence. To store a program sequence,
first load a disc. Select the desired track number by using
the NEXT key 6 or PREVIOUS key 7 , then press the
MEMORY key 4 . The display will confirm memory
storage.
As each selection is stored, the display will switch to
show the letter 'P', followed by the position of the track in
the memory (for example P:07 indicates that this track is
in position seven). Repeat this for up to 20 tracks as
required.
1.
The program memory is cleared when the dust cover
is opened.
2.
Memory full indication will show on the display
when the program stored exceeds a 20 track sequence
or a stored program time of 100 minutes or more.
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After storing a selection of tracks it is also possible to
check the contents of the memory with a long press of the
MEMORY key 4 . The program display will now show
each memory position in turn and the track display will
show the corresponding track numbers.
PROGRAM EDITING
To clear a track from the stored program sequence, select
the desired track and press the STOP / CLEAR key 3 .
PHASE PROGRAMMING
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PROGRAM MEMORY REVIEW
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A special feature of the Cyrus DAD7 is the ability to store
absolute phase setting within a program sequence. This
enables each track of a CD to be played with the preferred
phase setting recalled from program memory. To store a
program with phase information, first select a track, then
change absolute phase to the required sense using the
remote handset phase key (see page 14, Phase Control).
Now press the MEMORY key 4 to store both the track
and phase information.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Cyrus DAD7
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Standby
Display
Stop
Store
Repeat
Next Track
Previous Track
Pause
Play
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Time Display
Phase
Index Select
Cyrus DAD7
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
REMOTE OPERATION
Whilst the front panel control keys of the DAD7 give
adequate control over the player functions, using the
remote control handset will provide access to a number of
additional features of the DAD7.
Power
Your Cyrus DAD7 can be switched to and from Standby
using the STANDBY key 1 on the handset.
Function Controls
All front panel controls of the DAD7 are duplicated on the
remote control handset. These control functions have been
fully covered in the operation section.
Direct Access Numeric Keypad
A NUMERIC KEYPAD for instant track selection is
available on the handset. Pressing any key will
immediately prompt the DAD7 to play the chosen track.
For a disc which has more than 10 tracks, the DAD7 will
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briefly wait for entry of a second digit when appropriate.
Note that when a program memory is stored, the keypad
will only enable access to tracks included in the program
memory.
Programming from the Handset
To store a program from the handset, follow the sequence
described on page 11 for storage from the front panel. To
select tracks for programming, use only the NEXT and
PREVIOUS keys as the NUMERIC KEYPAD is reserved
for fast access direct play only.
Display Control
The DISPLAY key 2 on the handset can be used to
switch the display of the DAD7 off should this be
preferred. Pressing this key again restores the display to
its normal mode. Switching the display off stops the
digital traffic related to display update function and
reduces the load on the power supply. This can improve
the overall quality of the sound without adversely
affecting the normal functions of your DAD7.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Cyrus DAD7
Phase Control
The absolute phase of the audio signal can be switched by
use of the remote control PHASE key 13 . The correct
setting for absolute phase is best determined audibly from
the listening position as factors relating to both the audio
system and the recording process can influence this. The
phase symbol will show on the display when absolute
phase is inverted. For details of phase programming,
please refer to the Programming section on page 11. Note
that absolute phase correction will not be applied to the
SPDIF digital output when an external D/A converter is
used. Phase correction must then be selected at the D/A
converter.
Time Display Selection
The TIME key 12 enables selection of four different time
and progress display modes. Mode 1 will always be set
when a disc is loaded. These scroll in sequence as follows:
Mode 1 Index display with NDX indicator showing. The
time display will read the current index number.
Mode 2 Elapsed time display with arrow pointing left.
The time display will read the time elapsed from
the beginning of the current track.
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Mode 3 Remaining time display with arrow pointing
right. The time display will read the time
remaining to the end of the disc or program if
stored.
Mode 4 Total time display with double arrow. The time
display will read the total time for all tracks on
the disc. Note that for this mode the track
display will also show the total number of tracks
on the disc, or program if stored.
Note
In Modes 1 and 2 the progress pointer will show
the proportion of time elapsed through the
current track. In Modes 3 and 4 the progress
pointer will indicate the proportion of time
elapsed through the whole disc or program if
stored.
Index Selection
The remote handset will also allow selection of a
particular index point within a track provided that the disc
in use has been recorded with indices. First, select the
required track using the NEXT and PREVIOUS keys.
Now use the NDX key 14 to step up to the correct index
number. Note that track sub-division into indices is mostly
found on classical recordings.
Cyrus DAD7
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
CYRUS REMOTE COMMANDER
The Cyrus Remote Commander which is available as an
optional extra, is a unified handset designed to
complement the full range of Cyrus electronics. The
distinctive Cyrus Commander replaces individual product
handsets where supplied, with a view to providing
additional functionality and enhanced ergonomics.
DAD7 MAINTENANCE
There are no user serviceable parts in the Cyrus DAD7, so
there is no reason to remove any of the panels. The
cabinet may be cleaned using a chamois leather, slightly
moistened with water. DO NOT use cleaning agents
containing alcohol, spirits, ammonia or abrasives. The
disc tray should not be cleaned.
DISC MAINTENANCE
Although the encoded tracks on the compact disc are
covered by a protective layer, it is advisable to treat and
handle the disc carefully. The disc should always be
picked up by its edges and replaced in its storage box after
use, cleaning will not normally be necessary. However,
should finger prints, dust or dirt appear on the disc
surface, it can be wiped clean with a soft, lint-free cloth.
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Breathe on the disc first if necessary, then wipe the disc
surface in straight lines from the center of the disc.
DO NOT use cleaning agents containing alcohol, spirits,
ammonia or abrasives on compact discs.
THE MISSION/CYRUS GROUP MANUFACTURE
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Loudspeakers
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Loudspeaker Stands
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Loudspeaker Cables
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Compact Disc Players
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D to A Converters
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Amplifiers
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Tuners
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Regulated Audio Power Supplies
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Isoplat (Vibration Isolation Platform)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
KNOW YOUR DAD7
The Progress Indicator
The progress indicator of the Cyrus DAD7 provides a
useful graphic alternative to the conventional elapsed time
display. Two modes of operation are available, depending
on which time display is selected:
i).
When the time display is set to show index or elapsed
time the pointer will indicate progress through the
track now playing.
ii). When the time display is set to show remaining time
or disc total time the pointer will indicate progress
through the entire disc or program (if stored).
A comprehensive display of status information is
therefore possible at all times.
Power Supplies
For peak sonic performance, the Cyrus DAD7 is equipped
with over 12 separately regulated power supplies,
ensuring maximum isolation between digital disc reading
circuitry and the sensitive analogue D/A conversion
stages.
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Cyrus DAD7
When upgraded with the Cyrus PSX-R intelligent power
supply, the sensitive analogue sections of the circuit are
fed directly from this highly stabilised and regulated
external power source, while the internal power supply is
applied more generously to the other part of the DAD7.
This results in a much improved sonic performance of the
system.When connected to the DAD7, the PSX-R
automatically adjusts its output to suit this application. In
this case PSX-R's standby status is also controlled by the
DAD7.
Digital Filter and DAC Strategy
An 8-times oversampling 20-bit digital filter gives the
DAD7 the ability to push the sampling frequency and its
side bands well away from the audio band, while
achieving linear phase response to within 1/2 of a degree
at 20KHz. Two separate 18-bit resolution Digital to
Analogue converters with very high speed Op-Amps are
then used to convert the digital data stream to analogue
signal. This is then followed by a high performance postfilter circuit and a low noise output buffer to drive the
signal to the output sockets.
Cyrus DAD7
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The Disc Reading Mechanism
Cable Directionality
The disc reading mechanism selected by Mission for the
Cyrus DAD7 is a new design featuring a monolithic glass
optical assembly and a high torque motor housed in a rigid
chassis for stable disc support and long term durability.
This implementation also eliminates the need for complex
circuit adjustment found in most other players, ensuring
peak tracking performance at all times.
It is a proven fact that most electrical cables exhibit
directional properties when used for audio application.
This is a complex phenomenon which is to do partly with
the way in which the cable is extruded in the
manufacturing process. Curiously enough, the audible
effects can also be quite significant in the digital cable
links carrying a digital audio signal.
The Disc Loading Mechanism
This is an injection-moulded, mineral-loaded polymer,
designed to provide a highly stable and inert platform for
the disc pick-up mechanism, as well as housing the
decoding circuitry. It has been one of the design
objectives to keep the signal paths to the absolute
minimum and this has been substantially achieved with
this complex moulding.
The CD mechanism is suspended in a critically damped
environment provided by tight-tolerance self-aligning decoupling supports. The result is a superbly well isolated
pick-up system offering minimal signal path for the highly
sensitive low-level raw data extracted from the CD.
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It is recommended that you experiment with the audio
cable supplied to determine the preferred direction by
auditioning. In case you use an external D to A converter,
the same experiment will pay premiums. When the cable
is correctly installed, you will be able to hear much
improved focus and timing.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Cyrus DAD7
Disc spinning with no sound
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
If you suspect that your Cyrus DAD7 is not operating to
specification, please read through this section before
returning the DAD7 to your local dealer.
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Pause may have been set. Check for the pause
symbol on the display. Press the pause key again on
the front panel or handset to cancel pause.
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If used with a Dacmaster, check if the phase light is
on when playing music, indicating signal lock. If the
light is on then the DAD7 is functioning correctly
and the problem is elsewhere in the system. If the
light is off, then check that the correct input is
selected on the Dacmaster and that the connections
between the two units are correctly and securely
made.
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If used with another D/A converter, check the
connection from the 'SPDIF' socket of the DAD7 to
the D/A converter. Check also that power is applied
to the D/A converter and amplifier and that the input
selection and volume control of these units is
correctly set.
Indication 'EO' on the display (Error; Operating)
A function has been selected which is not available.
Indication 'EP' on the display (Error; Programming)
An incorrect key sequence has been used during
programming.
Repeated Indication 'Ed' on the display when a disc is
loaded (Error; Disc)
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Check that the disc is loaded label side upward.
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The disc may be dirty or badly scratched. Try loading
another disc. If the disc is dirty or greasy, refer to the
Disc Maintenance section on page 15 for details of
disc cleaning.
No display
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The display may have been switched off at the
handset. Press the display key again to restore the
display and backlight.
Cyrus DAD7
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Skipping tracks or distorted sound.
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Ensure that the disc clamp is properly seated on the
disc surface.
•
The disc may be dirty or badly scratched. Try playing
another disc. If the disc is dirty or greasy, refer to the
Disc Maintenance section on page 15 for details of
disc cleaning.
•
Remove the disc and check the surface of the
turntable for dust or dirt which may prevent the disc
from seating properly. The turntable should be
cleaned with a soft camera lens brush.
No Remote Operation
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The handset batteries may need to be replaced, in
which case proceed as follows:
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Remove the battery compartment cover located
underneath the unit. Remove the batteries and replace
with new ones carefully noting the orientation
marked in the bottom of the battery case.
•
The batteries in the unit should only be replaced with
new batteries type AAA (I.E.C.L R03).
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SPECIFICATIONS
Cyrus DAD7
POWER SUPPLY
ENCLOSURE
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Voltage
See the plate attached to the rear of the unit.
Dust Cover Closed ............................... 215 x 78 x 360mm
Dust Cover Open................................ 215 x 230 x 360mm
Weight .......................................................................4.5Kg
Power Consumption
Playing ........................................................................ 16W
Standby ....................................................................... 12W
Safety Requirement .................................................IEC 65
Material ........................Magnesium alloy and Aluminium
The Company reserves the right to change this specification without prior notice.
ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE
Output level .................................... 2V rms (+0.2/-0.0 dB)
Output Impedance ....................................................... 50Ω
Frequency Response..................................... 20-20,000Hz,
ChannelSeparation..................................>100dB @ 1KHz
80dB @ 20KHz
SNR (using silent track) ......................... 102dB (106dBA)
THD @ -10dB ......................................................0.0066%
'D' range ...................................................................95dBA
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Cyrus DAD7
GUARANTEE
This guarantee only becomes effective if the guarantee
card enclosed is completed by the Dealer and the
purchaser and returned to MISSION or Distributor within
8 days of purchase.
This guarantee excludes:
i)
ii)
All damage caused through accident, misuse, wear
and tear, neglect or through incorrect installation,
adjustment or repair by unauthorised personnel.
Liability for damage or loss occurring in transit to or
from the purchaser.
Claims under this guarantee must, whenever possible, be
made through the Dealer from whom the equipment was
purchased or if that is not convenient, through another
authorised MISSION/CYRUS dealer.
MISSION shall not be liable for any consequential
damage, loss or injury whatsoever, arising from or in
conjunction with this equipment.
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The cost of carriage (to or from the Dealer) shall be borne
by the purchaser.
This guarantee is personal to the original Purchaser and is
not transferable.
If equipment is found on examination to comply with the
published specification, MISSION reserves the right to
make a charge for examination and for return carriage.
No Dealer or Distributor has any authority to vary the
terms of this guarantee.
Any unauthorised servicing will result in loss of
guarantee.
We strongly recommend that you retain the sales receipt
for your CYRUS equipment in case of any warranty claim.
The above conditions do not affect your statutory rights as
a consumer.
DISC INFORMATION
Disc Name
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Tracks with Phase Inversion
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Tracks with Phase Inversion
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DISC INFORMATION
Tracks with Phase Inversion
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Disc Name
Tracks with Phase Inversion
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