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Model CDR510 User Guide
CD Recorder/CD Player
®
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LOUKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT
Recordable
Warnings and Cautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
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 persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs lasers. Only a qualified service person
should remove the cover or attempt to service this device, due
to possible eye injury.
CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS
OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURE
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
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GROUND
CLAMP
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUND CLAMPS
WARNINGS
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE
UNIT
(NEC SECTION
810-20)
Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.
Do not remove the cover from the equipment.
Do not insert anything into the equipment through
the ventilation holes.
Do not handle the mains lead with wet hands.
Do not cover the ventilation with any items such
as tablecloths, newspapers, curtains, etc.
No open flame sources, such as lighted candles,
should be placed on the equipment.
When disposing of used batteries, please comply
with governmental regulations or environmental
public instruction's rules that apply in your country
or area.
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION
810-21)
POWER SERVICE
GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
FIGURE 1
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70
CE marking (only EU version)
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
This product is in conformity with the EMC
directive and low-voltage directive.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV (CableTV) system installer's attention to Article 820-40 of
the NEC, which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the
building, as close to the point of cable entry as
practical.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
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:
• Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Equipment mains working system
This product complies with household power and
safety requirements in your area. CDR510 can be
powered by 120 V AC only.
This Class B digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est
conforme á la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Copyright
Recording and play back of any material may
require consent. For further information refer to
the following US ordinances:
• Copyright act of 1956
• Dramatic and Musical Performance Act 1958
• Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972
• any subsequent statutory enactments and
orders
NOTE: Changes or modifications may cause this
unit to fail to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules
and may void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
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Precautions - installation
• Do not expose the CDR510 to excessive heat,
excessive cold, rain, moisture, or dust this may
cause damage to the unit.
• If a foreign object or water does enter the unit,
contact your nearest dealer or service center.
• All players produce some heat during operation and
this heat must be allowed to dissipate freely. Do not
close any ventilation openings and be sure there is
adequate ventilation space behind, beside and
above the player so air is allowed to circulate freely
around the unit.
• Be sure ventilation holes are not covered.
• Prevent extra heat from reaching the unit. Never put
the CDR510 in direct sunlight or near a heat
source.
• Do not expose the CDR510 to electrostatic dis-
charges.
• Do not place heavy objects on the unit.
• Be sure the CDR510 is placed on a vibration-free
surface.
Precautions - connection
• Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet or turn off
the POWER switch before making any connection.
• Connect one cable at a time observing the 'input'
and 'output' labeling. This will avoid any cross
connections between channels and signal inputs
and outputs.
• Insert plugs securely. An incomplete connection
may result in noise.
• Before connecting other audio or video equipment
to the CDR510, please read their owner's manuals.
CE marking
English
This product is in conformity with the EMC directive and low-voltage directive.
Français
Cet appareil est cnforme á la directive EMC et á la de directive sur les basses tensions.
Deutsch
Dieses Greät entspricht den EMC-Richtlinien und den Richtlinien für Niederspannungsgeräte.
Nederlands
Dit apparaat voldoet aan de EMC-richtlijnene en de richtlijnen vooor apparatuur met laag voltage.
Italiano
Quest' unitá è conforme alle diretive EMC ed alla direttiva sulle basse tensioni.
Português
Esta unidade está em conformidade com as directivas EMC e as directivas de baixa voltagem.
Español
Esta unidad estáde acuerdo con las normas EMC y las relacionadas con baja tensión.
SI DICHIARA CHE L'APPARECCHIO SINTO-AMPLIFACATORE SR-39 RISPONDE ALLE PRESCRIZIONI DELL'ART.
2 COMMA 1 DEL D.M. 28 AGOSTO 1995 N° 548.
MARANTZ EUROPE B.V.
5600 EINDHOVEN
THE NETHERLANDS
FATTO A EINDHOVEN, IL 1/1/1997.
"Este aparato lleva elementos antiparasitarios necesarios para cumplir con ls limites que se estableren en el Anexo
V del Reglamento sobre Pertubaciones Radioelectricas e Interferencias aprobado en el Real Decreto 138/1989.
(B.O.E. de 9 Febrero 1989)."
WARNINGS FOR LASER RADIATION
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN, DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
DANGER: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPENT, AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
VAROI:
AVATTAESSA JA SUOJALUKITUS OHITETTAESSA OLET ALTTINANAYMÄTTÖMÄALLE
LASERSÄTEILYLLE. ÄLÄ KATSO SÄTEESEEN.
VARNING! OSYNLIGH LASERSTÄLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR ÖPPNAD OCH SPÄRREN ÄR URKOPPLAD.
BETRAKTA EJ STRALEN.
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Important Safety Instructions
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality
and safety standards. There are, however, some installation and
operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
1. Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the product is operated.
2. Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions should
be followed.
5. Cleaning – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments – Do not use attachments not recommended by
the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7. Water and Moisture – Do not use this product near water–for
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub,
swimming pool, in a wet basement, and the like.
8. Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the
product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product.
Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer's
instructions, and should use a mounting accessory
recommended by the manufacturer.
9. A product and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause the
product and cart combination to
overturn.
10. Ventilation – Slots and openings in
the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable
operation of the product and to
protect it from overheating. These
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should
never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a
built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have
been adhered to.
11. Power Sources – This product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are
not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your
product dealer or local power company. For products intended
to operate from battery power or other sources, refer to the
operating instructions.
12. 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 particular attention to
cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the product.
13. Grounding or Polarization –
This product may be equipped
with a grounded polarized
alternating-current line plug (a
plug having one blade wider
than the other and a ground
prong). This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way.
This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug
fully into the outlet,contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
14. Protective Attachment Plug – The product is equipped with an
attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety
feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting of
protective device. If replacement of the plug is required, be sure
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the service technician has used a replacement plug specified
by the manufacturer that has the same overload protection as
the original plug.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna or cable
system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or
cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810
of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location
of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes,
and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure 1.
Lightning – Lightning – Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system for added protection
during a lightning storm or when it is left unattended and
unused for long periods of time. This will prevent damage to the
product due to lightning and power line surges.
Power Lines – An outside antenna system should not be
located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines
or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme
care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or
circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects of any kind into
this product through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this product from the wall
outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
If the product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions, as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to its normal operation.
If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way, and
When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance –
this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in
fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
Safety Check – Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper operating
condition.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The product should be mounted to a
wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
Heat – The product should be situated away from heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Table of Contents
Topic
page
Warnings and Cautions ........................................ 2
Important Safety Instructions ................................ 5
Table of Contents ................................................. 6
Introduction .......................................................... 7
Features ............................................................... 8
Package contents ................................................. 9
Remote batteries .................................................. 9
Connections (basic) .............................................. 9
How to Play back ................................................ 10
Play back features ....................................... 11
How to Record .................................................... 12
To record from the CD drive ......................... 12
To record from an external source ............... 13
Notes regarding recording ........................... 14
Controls and Displays front
1 IR (remote control sensor) .......................... 15
2 CDR drive (disc tray) .................................. 15
................................... 15
3 CDR open button
4 CDR button ................................................ 15
5 PLAY MODE button .................................... 15
6 CD button ................................................... 15
7 CD open button
..................................... 15
8 MP3 indicator ............................................. 15
9 PITCH indicator .......................................... 15
10 CD drive ..................................................... 16
11 POWER button ........................................... 16
12 Record button
........................................ 16
ONE TOUCH RECORD ..................................... 16
13 Stop button
............................................ 16
14 Play/Pause button
............................... 16
15 ERASE button ............................................ 16
16 REC MODE button ..................................... 16
17 MENU/STORE button ............................... 16
18 REC LEVEL/SELECT control ..................... 17
19 TIME button ................................................ 18
20 TEXT button ............................................... 18
21 PROG button .............................................. 18
22 FINAL button .............................................. 18
23 INPUT button .............................................. 18
24 CANCL/DELETE button ............................. 19
.................................... 19
25 Reverse button
26 Forward button
.................................... 19
27 Stop button
............................................ 19
28 Play/Pause button
............................... 19
29 HEADPHONE jack ..................................... 19
30 LEVEL control ............................................ 19
Display ............................................................... 20
1 Alphanumeric display ................................. 20
2 REM label ................................................... 20
3 REC label ................................................... 20
4 TIME label .................................................. 20
5 TRACK label .............................................. 20
6 TOTAL label................................................ 20
7 REM label ................................................... 20
8 TRACK label .............................................. 20
9 TIME label .................................................. 20
10 STEP label ................................................. 20
11 PROGRAM label ........................................ 20
Topic
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12 RANDOM label ........................................... 20
13 REPEAT label ............................................. 20
14 ALL label .................................................... 20
15 TRACK label .............................................. 20
16 SCAN label ................................................. 20
17 DIGI label ................................................... 21
18 SYNC label ................................................. 21
19 MANUAL label ............................................ 21
20 ANALOG label ............................................ 21
21 OPTI label .................................................. 21
22 Large CDR box .......................................... 21
23 Small CDR box ........................................... 21
24 Recording icon ....................................... 21
25 Pause icon ............................................. 21
................................................ 21
26 Play icon
27 CD-RW label .............................................. 21
28 Track numbers ........................................... 21
29
Dubbing label ......................................... 21
30 Level meter ................................................ 22
31
CHANGER mode indicator ................. 22
32 Large CD box ............................................. 22
33 Small CD box ............................................. 22
34 Pause icon ............................................. 22
35 Play icon
................................................ 22
36 CD-RW label .............................................. 22
Controls and Connections rear
1 CD ANALOG OUT jacks ............................. 22
2 CD DIG OUT jack ....................................... 22
3 BALANCED IN
ANALOG XLR Inputs L & R ........................ 22
4 TRIM R & L ................................................. 23
5 ANALOG IN / OUT jacks ............................ 23
6 INPUT SELECT switch ............................... 23
7 RS-232C connector .................................... 24
8 DIGITAL IN & OUT connectors (SPDIF) ..... 24
9 DIGITAL IN connector (optical) ................... 24
10 EXT / INT (IR) switch .................................. 24
11 REMOTE (RC5) IN/OUT jacks ................... 24
12 AC IN .......................................................... 25
Remote control (IR)*
1 TRAY OPEN/CLOSE button
................. 25
2 Standby power button ................................ 25
3 DOOR OPEN/CLOSE button ..................... 25
4 REPEAT button .......................................... 25
5 PROG button .............................................. 25
6 RANDOM button ........................................ 25
7 Alphanumeric keypad ................................. 26
8 DISPLAY button ......................................... 26
9 CDR button ................................................ 26
10 MENU button .............................................. 26
11 Track Skip backward button
................ 26
12 Fast backward search button
............... 26
13 SCROLL button .......................................... 26
14 PAUSE button ........................................ 26
15 Stop button
............................................ 26
*Controls in italics do not function on the CDR510.
(table of contents continues)
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Table of Contents continued
Topic
Introduction
page
16 CD button ................................................... 26
17 Track skip forward button
.................... 26
18 CANCEL button .......................................... 26
19 Fast forward search button
................. 26
20 Play button
............................................ 26
21 REC button
............................................ 27
22 TR. INCR. button ....................................... 27
23 SCAN button .............................................. 27
24 DIMMER button .......................................... 27
25 REC TYPE button ...................................... 27
26 SOURCE button ......................................... 27
27 ENTER button ............................................ 27
MENU mode ....................................................... 28
Menu Settings Chart ....................................... 28
TEXT EDIT ..................................................... 29
TEXT ERASE ................................................. 30
TEXT VIEW .................................................... 30
AUTO TRACK ................................................ 31
Silence gap ................................................ 31
AUTO STOP ................................................... 32
Menu exceptions ............................................ 32
REC BALANCE .............................................. 33
TEXT ON/OFF ................................................ 33
SRC ................................................................ 34
COPY protection ............................................ 35
PITCH ............................................................ 36
PITCH ON/OFF .............................................. 36
AUTO CUE ..................................................... 37
AUTO CUE LEVEL ......................................... 37
PLAY MODE ................................................... 38
SINGLE PLAY ................................................ 38
END WARNING ............................................. 39
Recording modes ............................................... 40
REC EXT DISC,
REC EXT MAN, MINUTE TRACK .................. 40
RECORD FAST, REC LISTEN,
REC MP3 DISC, MAKE CD ........................... 41
MP3 ................................................................... 42
AUTO MP3 LOAD .......................................... 42
MP3 LOAD ..................................................... 43
How to record MP3 ......................................... 43
MP3 Album/file structure ................................ 44
MP3 FILE PLAYBACK .................................... 44
How to PROGRAM tracks .................................. 45
To program for recording ................................ 45
Finalizing ............................................................ 46
Unfinalizing ......................................................... 47
How to unfinalize, erase a track,
or erase a CD-RW disc .................................. 47
DISPLAY messages ........................................... 48
About Compact Discs ......................................... 49
RS-232C control ................................................. 51
RC-5 codes ........................................................ 53
Troubleshooting .................................................. 54
Specifications ..................................................... 55
LIMITED WARRANTY ........................................ 56
The CDR510 CD Recorder/CD Player is a professional
CD Recorder and a professional CD Player in the
same unit. The CD Recorder and CD Player can be
operated as independent devices. That saves you
space and you don't have to have two units. The
CDR510 can also operate combined, with interconnects between the CD Recorder and CD Player that
provide functions not available with separate units,
such as the ability to copy CDs at 2X speed.
Independent operation is called DUAL MODE.
DUAL MODE provides the convenience of having both
a CD Recorder and a CD Player in one rack mountable unit. You can play a CD in the CD drive and
independently record or play a CD in the CDR drive.
You can choose CHANGER MODE. When one drive
completes playing a CD the other drive automatically
starts play back. You can program the order of play
back tracks from CDs in either or both drives.
In CHANGER MODE you can record from the CD
drive to the CDR drive. The interconnection of the two
drives in the same unit permits double speed analog or
digital copying.
For CD recording you can:
• record on CD-R or CD-RW discs
• record any of the playing options
• record and listen from the CD drive
• record at 2X speed from the CD drive
• record using analog (RCA or XLR), or digital
sources including optical or RCA coaxial connections
For CD playing you can:
• cue to music (start at the beginning of the audio
and adjust the auto cue point)
• single track play
• A-B repeat
• adjust play back pitch
• connect to an amplifier/speaker system
• connect to an external mixer or recording device
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Features
The CDR510 incorporates a suite of professional
features for audio input, audio output, loop out, remote
control, recording modes, finalizing, CD-Text entry and
play back, automatic track incrementing, minute track
incrementing, play back track selection: single track,
scan play, programmed play, random play, and repeat
play.
Finalizing/erasing
• finalizing can be automatic (MAKE CD) or manual
• the CDR drive or CD drive can play an unfinalized
disc
• a CD-RW disc can be unfinalized
• a CD-RW disc can be erased either the entire disc
or one or more tracks from the end
Audio input (CDR drive)
• balanced XLR L and R inputs
• analog RCA line level
• digital RCA (SPDIF)
• digital optical (fiber-optic cable)
CD-Text
• CD-Text can be read and displayed by either drive
• CD-Text can be entered on the CDR drive
• in some recording modes, CD-Text on a source is
automatically recorded
Audio output (CD drive)
• analog RCA line level
• digital RCA (SPDIF)
Track incrementing
The CDR drive can be set to automatically increment a
track:
• based on the input signal
• based on a silence gap
• every minute
• or track incrementing can be done manually during
recording by pressing the TR. INC. button on the
IR remote or the Record button
on the CDR510
or the IR Remote
Audio output (CDR drive)
• analog RCA line level
• digital RCA (SPDIF)
• loop out digital RCA (SPDIF) (cascade recording)
Remote control (CDR drive and CD drive)
• full featured IR remote control
• RC-5 via RCA jacks, input and output
• RS-232C for external control
Play back – CDR and CD drives
• Standard audio CDs
• CD-R or CD-RW discs
• unfinalized CD-R or CD-RW discs
• CD drive only, finalized MP3 data discs
Recording modes
(CDR drive recording from the CD drive)
• RECORD FAST - double speed recording
• REC LISTEN - 1X recording enables listening to a
recording while making it.
• MAKE CD - double speed recording with automatic finalizing
• REC MP3 DISC - same as REC LISTEN when
recording data from an MP3 disc to a CD audio
disc
Play back track selection
• Single track: one track plays and the CDR510
stops at the beginning of the next track
• Scan Play: plays the first 10 seconds of each track
• Programmed play: plays tracks according to a
programmed order you preset
• Random play: all tracks on both drives are randomly played
• Repeat play: the current track or all tracks are
repeated
(CDR drive recording from external sources)
• REC EXT DISC - automatically record an external
source by starting the source (SYNC recording)
• REC EXT MAN - manually start recording from an
external source (manual start recording)
• MINUTE TRACK - automatically start a new track
every minute (enables easy play back search of a
recording session)
• ONE TOUCH RECORD - The last selected
recording mode is remembered even after power
off. You can begin recording in the last selected
record mode simply by pressing the Record button
on the CDR510 or IR Remote.
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Package contents
Connections (basic)
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
Rack mount or install on a table or other flat, stable,
surface.
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
2
ALBUM
10
0
3
1
CDR510 unit
CD
Infrared remote
control
REPEAT
PROG.
DEF
1
2
3
JKL
MN
OPQ
4
GHI
5
RST
COLD(-)
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
XYZ
8
SPACE
L
R
L
6
UVW
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THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECRIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CDR
GROUND
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
RS232C
RANDOM
ABC
DISPLAY
HOT(+)
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
OPEN/CLOSE
TRAY
DOOR
R
9
LOOP
OUT
ANALOG
OUT
IN
REMOTE
(RC5)
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INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
SCROLL
MODEL NO. CDR510/U1B
SERIAL NO.
IN
OUT
INT.(IR)
IN
FACTORY CODE
NO 4300
MML
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUIE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
CD
CDR
AC IN
COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERMORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J
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CAUTION
US LISTED
AUDIO SYSTEM
69FM
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
MENU
Power cord
CANCEL
TR. INCR.
SCAN
REC
REC TYPE SOURCE
DIMMER
ENTER
1 Plug in to 110
VAC power
Audio cables (2)
3' 3" (100 cm)
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC2100DR
RC-5 remote cable
3' (90 cm)
AA batteries (2)
Connect to other equipment
2
Connect CD player to analog equipment for
playing (or recording on an external device).
CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
Remote batteries
Press and lift at arrow to open the Infrared remote
control battery compartment.
Connect a supplied Right
and Left RCA audio cable
to CD ANALOG OUT and
then connect to the input
of a preamplifier, receiver,
or other recording device.
L
R
L
R
INPUT
Amp, Mixer/Pre-Amp, CD-R, etc.
Install two AA
batteries.
3 Connect CDR recorder to analog equipment for
playing or recording.
Connect two supplied Right and Left RCA audio cables
to CDR ANALOG IN and OUT and then connect to the
input and output of one or two pre-amplifiers, receivers, CD-R's or other external units.
Replace compartment cover.
ANALOG
OUT
IN
L
R
L
L
R
R
OUTPUT
Amp, Mixer/Pre-Amp, DAT, CD-R, etc.
INPUT
Amp, Mixer/Pre-Amp, DAT, CD-R, etc.
Other available connection options:
•
•
•
•
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Balanced analog connections (XLR) page 23
Digital Coaxial connections (RCA) page 24
Digital cascade connections (RCA) page 24
Digital optical connection page 24
How to Play back
CHANGER mode
The CHANGER mode is the default play
mode of the CDR510. The CD drive and CDR
drive work as one for playing two CDs, selecting
tracks, and programming track play back
sequence. A program can switch between drives.
Only one of the drives can play back at a time.
Both drives output to the CDR output jacks. The
CD drive is also output to the CDR ANALOG
OUT jacks and the CDR DIG OUT jack.
DUAL mode
In Dual mode the CD drive and CDR drive work
independently of each other. Both drives can play
back at the same time and are output to separate
jacks. Dual mode can therefore be used to play
back two discs to two separate locations in a DJtype mixing application.
To select Dual mode
Press and release the PLAY MODE button so
DUAL MODE is displayed momentarily.
To select CHANGER mode
Press and release the PLAY MODE button so
CHANGER MODE is displayed momentarily and
CDR
PLAY MODE
CD
1 2 3 4
CDR
PLAY MODE
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
CD
CD
The display returns to drive information.
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
then
CHANGER
L
R
CD - R
remains in the display.
TOTAL
Example
display
1 2 3 4
CHANGER
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
Press and release Play/Pause
a
you want to play.
Example
display
Example
display
CD
on the drive
b
1 2 3 4
CHANGER
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
The track number (a) and track time played,
counting up (b) on the selected drive are
displayed.
In CHANGER mode all the tracks on the
drive will be played, then play back will
automatically switch to the other drive, and play
it. When both CDs have been played, play back
will automatically stop.
TOTAL
1 2 3 4
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
Press and release Play/Pause
you want to play.
a
Example
display
CD
on the drive
b
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
The track number (a) and track time played,
counting up (b) on the selected drive are
displayed.
In Dual mode all the tracks on the selected drive
will be played, then play back will automatically
stop. While the selected drive is being played,
you can switch to the other drive and play it at
the same time. The CDR drive can be used to
record while the CD drive is in play back.
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been played, play back automatically stops.
During random play, to return to normal CD
play back, push and release the RANDOM
button.
See page 25.
Play back features
Brief instructions of play back features.
See indicated pages for full instructions about the
feature.
• To Pause
Push and release Play/Pause
on the
current drive to pause play back. Push and
again to resume.
release Play/Pause
• To Stop
Push and release any Stop button
• Repeat play
During play back push and release the
REPEAT button on the IR remote. REPEAT
TRACK appears on the display. The current
track will repeat endlessly.
to stop.
Push and release the REPEAT button on the
IR remote a second time. REPEAT ALL
appears on the display. The current disc will
repeat endlessly.
• To display times
During play back push and release the TIME
button to tab through available time displays.
See page 18.
• To program play back
From stop, push and release the PROG button,
then turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
choose a track, then push and release the
REC LEVEL/SELECT control to enter that
track in the program. When complete push and
release the PROG button.
In CHANGER mode you can program
tracks in any order from either drive.
See page 45.
• To search
During play back, push and hold
or
.
Search begins at low speed, sampling sound at
low volume, then switches to high speed with
volume muted.
See page 19.
• To scan
CHANGER mode only.
In scan the first 10 seconds of each track is
played. The CDR510 automatically stops after
all tracks on both discs are scanned. From
stop, push and release the SCAN button on the
IR remote. Push and release the SCAN button
or the Play/Pause button
on the current
drive to exit scan and continue play back. Or
to exit scan.
push and release a Stop button
See page 27.
• Random play
CHANGER mode only.
During stop or play back push and release the
RANDOM button on the IR remote. All tracks or
programmed tracks on the discs in both drives
will be randomly played. When all tracks have
Push and release the REPEAT button on the
IR remote a third time to exit repeat play.
See page 25.
• Random and Repeat play combined
If Random and Repeat ALL are combined
tracks are played randomly until all tracks
have been played. Then tracks are rerandomized and play continues.
• A-B repeat
Dual mode only, CD drive only.
During play back push and release the REC
LEVEL / SELECT control to select the starting
(A) point. REPEAT A- appears in the display.
Push and release the REC LEVEL / SELECT
control to select the ending (B) point. REPEAT
A-B appears in the display. Push and release
the REC LEVEL / SELECT control to exit A-B
repeat.
• MP3 play back
CD drive only.
MP3 play back requires loading additional
instructions into the CDR510 memory. This
takes about 10 seconds and takes place on
power up if menu item AUTO MP3LOAD is
ON, and on loading an MP3 disc if AUTO
MP3LOAD is OFF. The MP3 indicator is lit
while an MP3 disc is recognized in the CD
drive.
Instead of tracks and track time information
the display shows Albums and file information.
See page 44.
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How to Record
To record from the CD drive:
• Recording takes place on the CDR drive
only.
1. Push and release the PLAY MODE button to
select CHANGER mode.
• The recording procedure is the same for CDR and CD-RW discs.
2. Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW disc in
the CDR drive.
• Use discs compatible with a 1X write speed.
See page 49.
3. Place the CD to be recorded from in the CD
drive.
2
• If the disc already contains recordings, the
CDR510 will automatically locate the end of
the last recorded track and start from there.
1
3
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
• Tracks from the CD drive can be
programmed for recording. See page 45.
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
• Recorded CDs must be finalized before
being playable on a regular CD player.
See page 46.
7
9
6
5
10
4
4. If programmed tracks are to be recorded do
the programming. See page 45.
Internal REC modes
There are four recording modes for recording
from the CD drive.
The CDR510 must be in
for internal recording.
ERASE
CHANGER
5. If desired, adjust menu settings for AUTO
TRACK, see page 31, AUTO STOP, see page
32, or COPY protection, see page 35. Most
commonly, AUTO TRACK and AUTO STOP
should be set to ON.
mode
RECORD FAST – double speed recording of a
disc or programmed tracks.
6. Push and release the REC MODE button to
tab through Recording mode choices.
REC LISTEN – listening to a recording while
making it.
7. When correct, push and release the REC
button .
MAKE CD – double speed recording with
automatic finalizing.
8. When done check or add CD Text.
See page 29.
REC MP3 DISC – listening to an MP3 disc while
recording 80 (or 74) minutes of the disc to
audio format on a standard CD disc.
9. Except for MAKE CD, finalize the disc. See
page 46.
See page 40 for more details about Recording
modes.
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External REC modes
There are three recording modes for external
recording.
Digital sources can be input through the
optical DIGITAL IN connector, see page 24, or
the DIGITAL IN (RCA) connector, see page
24.
REC EXT DISC – Sync recording, recording
from an external source by starting the
source.
Analog sources can be input through the
BALANCED IN (XLR connectors) see page
22, or ANALOG IN (RCA jacks) see page 23.
REC EXT MAN – recording from an external
source by manually starting recording.
3. Select the corresponding input by pushing
and releasing the INPUT SELECT button.
MINUTE TRACK – automatically start a new
track every minute.
4. If desired, adjust menu settings for AUTO
TRACK, see page 31, AUTO STOP, see page
32, or COPY protection, see page 35.
See page 40 for more details about Recording
modes.
1
9
5
When correct:
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
If desired, adjust the Balance, see page 33.
PROFESSIONAL
CD
PLAY MODE
CDR
5. Push and release the REC MODE button to
tab through Recording mode choices.
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
TEXT
PUSH ENTER
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
7
8
10
3
4
10
6. If desired, adjust the Recording level by
turning the REC LEVEL/SELECT control.
When desired adjustments are made, start
the source (REC EXT DISC) or push and
release the REC button (REC EXT MAN, or
MINUTE TRACK).
6
To record from an external source:
1. Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW disc in
the CDR drive.
During recording:
If desired, adjust the Recording level by
turning the REC LEVEL/SELECT control (6),
2. Connect the external source to the
appropriate input jacks.
CDR
HOT(+)
ANALOG
IN jacks
GROUND
balanced
XLR
jacks
COLD(-)
L
R
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
ANALOG
OUT
IN
8. Press and release the CDR drive Play/Pause
button
to pause,
L
9. or any Stop button
R
to stop.
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
When done check or add CD Text.
See page 29.
CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
HOT(+)
R
L
L
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
R
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECRIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CDR
GROUND
COLD(-)
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
RS232C
LOOP
OUT
ANALOG
OUT
IN
REMOTE
(RC5)
MODEL NO. CDR510/U1B
AC120V 60HZ 0.5A
MARANTZ AMERICA INC.
1100 MAPLEWOOD DRIVE
ITASCA, IL 60143
MADE IN JAPAN
SERIAL NO.
COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERMORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J
L
IN
MANUFACTURED
EXT.
OUT
R
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
IN
OUT
IN
INT.(IR)
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUIE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
AC IN
FACTORY CODE
NO 4300
MML
C
UL
US LISTED
AUDIO SYSTEM
69FM
10. Finalize the disc. See page 46.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
LOOP
OUT
DIGITAL IN
(RCA)
IN
OUT
IN
optical
DIGITAL
IN
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• The CDR510 can perform SRC (Sample Rate
Conversion) on an incoming digital signal.
See page 34.
Notes regarding Recording
CD Text
• Discs copied from the CD drive in RECORD
FAST or MAKE CD will have the same CD
Text information as the source.
• MP3 Albums copied from the CD drive in
REC MP3 DISC will automatically have
track title information copied to CD Text
track titles.
• CD Text information is not copied from
external sources.
• CD Text information can be manually
added.
• You can edit CD Text information of the
previous track while recording the next
track.
• CD Text is cleared if the CDR drive is
opened.
See TEXT EDIT page 29.
Copy protection
• Because this is a professional CD recorder
copy protected CDs can be copied.
• The CDR510 allows you to set the copy
protection of recorded discs.
See page 35.
Additional Recording Information
• There must be at least 7 seconds of
recording time left on the CD or DOES NOT
FIT will be displayed.
• A maximum of 99 tracks can be recorded on
a disc. Minimum track length is 4 seconds.
• Recordings from DAT or DCC players will
not always stop automatically.
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Controls and Displays front
1
2
When CHANGER
MODE is selected
CHANGER is
displayed.
34567 89
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
PLAY MODE
CDR
MP3
Recorda
ble
FINAL
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
10
1. IR (Remote control sensor)
Sensor for the supplied wireless
infrared remote control.
Note: Set the REMOTE EXT. / INT(IR) on the
back of the unit to INT(IR) to enable the IR remote control.
IR
2.
CD
PITCH
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
CHANGER
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
POWER
TOTAL
1
CDR drive (disc tray)
CHANGER MODE:
The CDR drive and CD drive work together as
one.
When in CHANGER MODE only one drive can
play back at a time. Both the CDR drive and CD
drive are output to the CDR output jacks. The CD
drive is also output to the CD jacks.
DUAL MODE:
The CDR drive and CD drive operate independently.
Both the CDR drive and CD drive can play back
at the same time to separate CDR and CD output
jacks.
Recordable
Record
able
CD
In this manual the left drive is referred to as the
button (3) to
CDR drive. Press and release the
open or close the CDR drive.
The CDR drive is used for recording and play
back and can record CD-R and CD-RW discs.
The CDR drive can play back unfinalized discs.
3. CDR open button
Press and release to open or
close the CDR drive.
TOTAL
1
a
CD - R
Example display
shows large box (a)
indicating CD drive is
selected.
4. CDR button
Press and release to select the
CDR drive. When selected the
display, center controls and remote
control buttons refer to the CDR
drive.
CDR
ANALOG
6. CD button
Press and release to select the
CD drive. When CD is selected
the display, center controls and remote control
buttons refer to the CD drive.
L
R
CD
b
c
MP3
5. PLAY MODE button
Press and release to toggle between CHANGER MODE and
DUAL MODE.
CD - R
L
R
CD
a
8. MP3 indicator
Green indicator is lit and steady
when a CD with MP3 files is
detected.
1
CHANGER
ANALOG
PLAY MODE
CHANGER
ANALOG
7. CD open button
Press and release to open or
close the CD drive.
Example display
shows large box (a)
indicating CDR drive
is selected.
In this example, small box (b) indicates a CD-R
disc is in the CDR drive. Small box (c) indicates a
CD disc is in the CD drive.
TOTAL
1
CD - R
L
R
CD
Example display
shows 27 MP3 tracks
in Album 1.
9. PITCH indicator
Green indicator is lit and steady
when pitch has been adjusted
using the PITCH menu.
Pitch adjustments remain even when discs are
changed or the CDR510 is powered off.
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PITCH
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
14. Play/Pause button
(green)
When at stop, press and release
begin play back in the CDR drive.
During play back, press and release to pause
play back. When play back is paused, press and
release to resume play back.
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
11 12 13 14
a
10
10
15 16 17
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
During recording, press and release to pause
recording. When recording is paused, press and
release to resume recording.
PROG
ALBUM
10. CD drive (disc tray)
15. ERASE button
When at stop, press and release to
select Erasing mode.
The CDR510 must detect a CD-RW disc with at
least one track on it in the CDR drive. "ERASE
TRACK" and "PRESS RECORD" alternate in the
display. If you press the Record button the last
track on the CD-RW disc will be erased.
Press the Stop button to cancel.
ERASE
Record
Digital
able Audio
In this manual the right drive is referred to as the
CD drive. Press and release the button (a) to
open or close the CDR drive.
The CD drive is used for play back and can play
CD-R and CD-RW discs.
11. POWER button
POWER
Press and release to turn
power to the CDR510 On or
Off. The display is lit when
power is On.
12. Record button (red)
Press and release to begin
recording, finalizing or erasing.
16. REC MODE button
When at stop and in CHANGER
mode, press and release to tab
through the Recording Modes: RECORD FAST,
REC LISTEN, MAKE CD, REC EXT DISC, REC
EXT MAN, and MINUTE TRACK.
REC
MODE
In DUAL mode the Recording Modes are: REC
EXT DISC, REC EXT MAN, and MINUTE
TRACK.
During recording push and release the Record
button to increment the track.
MENU/
STORE
ONE TOUCH RECORD
The last selected Record mode is remembered
even after power off. This enables you to engage
record simply by pressing the Record button .
After pressing the Record button , the CDR510
will briefly display the Record mode, for example
MINUTE TRACK, then display WAIT, then begin
recording. The entire automated process takes
abut 5 seconds.
13. Stop button
(white)
Press and release to stop recording or play back in the CDR drive.
17. MENU/STORE button
Push and release to enter Menu
mode, exit Menu mode and Store
menu changes.
To make a menu change:
1. Push and release MENU/STORE button to
enter Menu mode.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
advance through the menu choices.
3. When the menu choice you want to change is
displayed, push and release the REC LEVEL/
SELECT control to enter that choice.
4. Then turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
adjust or change the menu setting.
Press and release to exit a program.
Press and release to exit an operation and
switch to the CDR drive.
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CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
Push and release to:
• start play back at the selected track
• program track number
• select displayed setting (menu mode)
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
10
When at stop, in CHANGER mode, with CDs
available for play back in both drives: turn to
select the track on the selected drive.
18
c
d
e
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
Example
display
ALBUM
5. When the desired setting is displayed,
push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to confirm the new menu
setting.
6. Push and release the MENU/STORE
button to exit menu mode and write setting
changes.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
CHANGER
L
R
CD
b
The CDR drive is selected.
The CDR510 is in CHANGER mode.
Track 2 is flashing indicating it is selected.
Track 2 is displayed indicating it is selected.
There are 16 tracks on the disc in the CDR
drive.
When the REC LEVEL / SELECT control is turned
so a track beyond 16 (in this example) is selected
the drive selection is automatically changed to the
CD drive.
f
With the CD drive selected and an MP3 disc
inserted, the Menu choices are: PITCH,
PITCH ON/OFF, AUTO MP3LOAD, TEXT ON/
OFF, AUTO CUE, CUE LEVEL, PLAY MODE,
SINGLE PLAY, and END WARNING.
Example
display
1
CHANGER
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
In this example the disc in the CD drive has MP3
files on it.
The pitch Menu choices are unavailable if
there is no disc in the drive. The MP3 LOAD
choice, in addition to the AUTO MP3LOAD
choice is available when MP3 software has
not been loaded.
PUSH ENTER
8 9
CD - R
a
With the CDR drive selected and a recordable
disc in the drive, the Menu choices are: TEXT
EDIT, TEXT ERASE, TEXT VIEW, AUTO
TRACK, AUTO STOP, TEXT ON/OFF, SRC,
and COPY. The CD Text Menu choices are
unavailable when there is no disc in the drive.
REC LEVEL / SELECT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
f.
Turning the REC LEVEL / SELECT control will
select files in ALbum 1.
In record mode:
Turn to set or adjust the record level.
18. REC LEVEL/SELECT
control
This is a main control which
changes function depending
on the state of the CDR510
Turn to:
• select the track (play and program mode)
• adjust recording level (recording)
• toggle or tab through settings (menu mode)
Example
display
1 2 3 4 5
SYNC
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
This setting is remembered, even after power
off, you do not have to do anything to confirm or
store it.
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CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
counting down (TOTAL REM), and total time
played on the disc counting up (TOTAL).
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
Example
display
play back
ALBUM
0
10
19 20 21
TEXT
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
TOTAL
4 5 6 7
8
CHANGER
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
CD
20. TEXT button
In play back mode push and
release to display CD Text.
ALBUM
If present, "ALBUM TITLE" then the text of the
Album title will scroll across the display. Then, if
present, "TRACK TITLE" and the text of the Track
title will scroll across the display. The Track title
will remain on the display while the track is
playing.
22 23
18. REC LEVEL/SELECT control continued
During CD text edit:
Turn to select the alphanumeric character, when
correct push to enter that character and advance
to the next character.
Example
display
If no text is present "NO TEXT" will be displayed
for a couple of seconds.
PROG
1 2 3 4 5
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
The available characters are:
21. PROG button
From stop in CHANGER or DUAL
MODE, push and release to enter
Program mode. See page 45.
Example
display
FINAL
To record a space enter an underline.
19. TIME button
During record push and release
to toggle between the total
remaining disc time and the time recorded on the
current track.
TIME
PROGRAM
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
CD
22. FINAL button
From Stop, push and release to
select Finalize mode.
The display "FINALIZE
CD" alternates with
"PRESS RECORD".
See page 46.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20 +
DIG
CD - R
L
R
CD
TOTAL REM
Example
display
recording
TOTAL
23. INPUT button
From Stop, push and release to
tab through the input selections for
recording.
The input choices are ANALOG, DIGITAL I, or
OPTICAL. The input choice is always displayed.
REM
INPUT
1 2 3 4 5
SYNC
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
Total remaining time on the
disc counting down.
During play back push and release to tab between the time played on the current track counting up, time remaining on the current track counting down (REM), total time remaining on the disc
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CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
10
0
27 28 29 30
26. Forward button
During play back, push and hold to
Fast forward. Fast forward is at low speed for the
first 4 seconds with audio sampling, then automatically switches to silent high speed.
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
FINAL
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
25, 26. ALBUM buttons
When an MP3 disc with
multiple albums is in the CD
drive, and at stop, press and release the Forward
button
to advance to the next album, or the
to reverse to the previous
Reverse button
album.
ALBUM
ALBUM
24
25 26
Example
displays
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
input choice
remains in
display
8 9
10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
L
R
CD
ANALOG
10
20 +
19
CD
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
27. Stop button
(white)
Press and release to stop
recording or play back in the
CD drive.
Press and release to exit a program.
20 +
DIG
L
R
CD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
OPT
8 9
CD
10
11 12
L
R
CD
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20 +
CD
When OPTICAL is selected the input for recording is from the DIGITAL (SPDIF) optical IN connection on the rear of the CDR510.
When DIGITAL is selected the input for recording
is from the DIGITAL (SPDIF) RCA IN jack on the
rear of the CDR510.
When ANALOG is selected the input for recording
is from either the ANALOG L and R IN RCA jacks
or the BALANCED IN XLR jacks on the rear of
the CDR510, depending on the setting of the
INPUT SELECT switch on the rear of the
CDR510.
CANCL/
DELETE
24. CANCL/DELETE button
Press and release to cancel or
delete items in several modes of
operation.
Press and release to exit an operation and switch
to the CD drive.
28. Play/Pause button
(green)
When at stop, press and
release begin play back in
the CD drive.
During play back, press and release to pause
play back. When play back is paused, press and
release to resume play back.
HEADPHONE
29. HEADPHONE jack
Plug stereo headphones in here.
Adjust headphone volume with the
LEVEL control.
LEVEL
30. LEVEL control
Turn to adjust the volume of
headphones connected to the
HEADPHONE jack.
• delete tracks from a program
• text in CD Text edit
• return to a higher level when in Menu mode.
0
25. Reverse button
During play back, push and hold to
Fast reverse. Fast reverse is at
low speed for the first 4 seconds with audio
sampling, then automatically switches to silent
high speed.
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10
Display
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
TRACK
8. TRACK label
The TRACK label appears with other
labels to indicate that the displayed CD
drive time is TRACK time.
TIME
9. TIME label
The TIME label appears with other
labels to indicate that the display is
TIME for the CD drive.
STEP
10. STEP label
The STEP label appears during programming above the program step
number.
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
2 3 4 5
REM
REC
TIME
6
TRACK
7 8 9
TOTAL
REM
TRACK
10
TIME
11
STEP
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SYNC DIG
MANUAL OPT
ANALOG
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
DUBBING
CD - RW
L
R
16
17 18
19
10
20 +
CHANGER
CD - RW
PROGRAM
RANDOM
REPEAT
ALL
TRACK
SCAN
12
13
14
15
16
1. Alphanumeric
display.
Displays a variety of information including
remaining recording time, menu settings,
etc. Time for the CDR drive is displayed to
the left (below labels 2-4). Time for the CD
drive is displayed to the right (below labels
7-10).
REM
2. REM label
The REM label appears with other labels
to indicate that the CDR drive time displayed is REMaining time.
REC
3. REC label
The REC label appears with other labels
to indicate that the displayed CDR drive
time is RECording time.
TIME
4. TIME label
The TIME label appears with other labels
to indicate that the display is TIME for the
CDR drive.
TRACK
PROGRAM
RANDOM
12. RANDOM label
The RANDOM label appears during
RANDOM play. Tracks are played in
random order. See RANDOM button on
the IR remote.
REPEAT
13. REPEAT label
The REPEAT label appears during
REPEAT play. When the REPEAT
button on the IR remote is pressed you
can toggle between REPEAT ALL and
REPEAT TRACK. See REPEAT play
back.
ALL
14. ALL label
The ALL label appears associated with
the REPEAT label (13).
TRACK
15. TRACK label
The TRACK label appears associated
with the REPEAT label (13).
SCAN
16. SCAN label
The SCAN label appears during SCAN
play. See SCAN button on the IR
remote.
5. TRACK label
The TRACK label appears with other
labels to indicate that the displayed CDR
drive time is TRACK time.
TOTAL
6. TOTAL label
The TOTAL label appears by itself or with
other labels to indicate that the CDR drive
or CD drive time displayed is total time.
REM
7. REM label
The REM label appears with other labels
to indicate that the CD drive time displayed is REMaining time.
11. PROGRAM label
The PROGRAM label flashes during
programming and is steady when in
program mode.
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CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
The arrow is also displayed
during recording from the
CDR BALANCED IN or the
CDR ANALOG IN inputs.
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
ANALOG
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
0
10
OPT
17
REM
REC
TIME
TRACK
TOTAL
REM
TRACK
TIME
STEP
18
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SYNC DIG
MANUAL OPT
ANALOG
19
20
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
DUBBING
16
21
19
20 +
CHANGER
L
R
CD - RW
17 18
PROGRAM
RANDOM
REPEAT
ALL
TRACK
SCAN
CD - RW
28 29
25
21. OPTI label
The OPTI label is displayed when the
CDR optical IN connection is selected as
the source for recording. If flashing in
record standby, the digital data is not
being received correctly. Check connections and settings on the source and
CDR510.
The arrow is also displayed when recording and the CDR optical IN connection is
the source.
OPT
26
24
23
CD - RW
22. Large CDR box
The large CDR box is lit when the CDR
drive is selected.
27
22
DIG
17. DIGI label
The DIGI label is displayed when the
CDR DIGITAL (SPDIF) IN jack is selected
for recording input. If flashing in record
standby, the digital data is not being
received correctly. Check connections and
settings on the source and CDR510.
DIG
The arrow is also displayed during
recording from the CDR DIGITAL (SPDIF)
IN jack.
SYNC
18. SYNC label
The SYNC label (indicating Synchronized
recording) is displayed when the REC
EXT DISC is selected as the recording
mode. Start the external source to begin
recording.
MANUAL
23. Small CDR box
The small CDR box is lit when a disc is
recognized in the CDR drive.
19. MANUAL label
The MANUAL label (indicating manual
start recording) is displayed when the
REC EXT MAN is selected as the recording mode. Start the external source and
recording at the same time.
24. Recording icon
The Recording icon
ing.
is lit during record-
25. Pause icon
The Pause icon is lit when the CDR
drive is paused in recording or play back.
26. Play icon
The Play icon
is lit when the CDR drive
is recording or in play back.
CD-RW
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG 20. ANALOG label
The ANALOG label is displayed when the
CDR BALANCED IN or the CDR ANALOG IN inputs are selected as the source
for recording.
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27. CD-RW label
CD-RW, CD-R, or CD is displayed depending on the type of disc in the CDR
drive.
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20 +
28. Track numbers
Track numbers available are displayed for
the selected drive. + is displayed if there
are more than 20 tracks.
DUBBING
29.
DUBBING label
DUBBING is lit while recording from
the CD drive to the CDR drive.
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
PLAY MODE
CDR
Controls and Connections rear
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
ALBUM
0
10
GROUND
L
R
L
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
R
REC
TIME
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
TRACK
8 9
TOTAL
10
REM
11 12
TRACK
13 14 15
DUBBING
SYNC DIG
MANUAL OPT
ANALOG
CD - RW
TIME
16
STEP
LOOP
OUT
17 18
19
20 +
REMOTE
(RC5)
MODEL NO. CDR510/U1B
AC120V 60HZ 0.5A
MARANTZ AMERICA INC.
1100 MAPLEWOOD DRIVE
ITASCA, IL 60143
MADE IN JAPAN
SERIAL NO.
COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERMORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J
L
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
INT.(IR)
MML
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
C
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUIE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
PROGRAM
RANDOM
REPEAT
ALL
TRACK
SCAN
AC IN
FACTORY CODE
NO 4300
MANUFACTURED
EXT.
R
UL
CAUTION
US LISTED
AUDIO SYSTEM
69FM
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
3
CHANGER
L
R
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
RS232C
ANALOG
OUT
IN
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
REM
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECRIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CDR
HOT(+)
COLD(-)
CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
CD - RW
HOT(+)
CDR
GROUND
1
30 31
L
2
R
34
35
32
CD - RW
ANALOG
OUT
IN
L
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
36
CD drive outputs
L
R
1. CD ANALOG OUT jacks
Plug L and R RCA jacks in here
to connect to the Line level
input jacks of an external preamplifier, mixer or other audio
device. This output is always on
when there is play back on the
CD drive.
CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
30. Level meter
Lit rectangles provide a visual display of
R and L levels during play back or
recording. The right-most four bars are
red to indicate an over level condition.
L
R
CHANGER
31. CHANGER
mode indicator
Lit when in CHANGER mode.
32. Large CD box
The large CD box is lit when the CD
drive is selected.
2. CD DIG OUT jack
Plug a Digital audio cable with
RCA jacks in here to connect to
the digital input jack of an
external audio device. This
output is always on when there
is play back on the CD drive.
CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
L
33. Small CD box
The small CD box is lit when a disc is
recognized in the CD drive.
R
34. Pause icon
The Pause icon is lit when the play
back is paused on the CD drive.
HOT(+)
CDR
GROUND
2
1
3
CD-RW
COLD(-)
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
R
33
35. Play icon
The Play icon
is in play back.
L
R
2
1
3
L
R
is lit when the CD drive
36. CD-RW label
CD-RW, CD-R, or CD is displayed
depending on the type of disc in the CD
drive.
COLD(-)
BALANCED
3. BALANCED IN
ANALOG XLR inputs, L & R
XLR connectors are available for balanced*
analog input.
*A professional XLR cable set is well shielded to
avoid picking up noise and is 'balanced,' has 600
ohms impedance.
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CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
HOT(+)
R
L
L
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
RS232C
LOOP
OUT
ANALOG
COLD(-)
OUT
IN
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
R
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECRIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CDR
GROUND
REMOTE
(RC5)
AC120V 60HZ 0.5A
MARANTZ AMERICA INC.
1100 MAPLEWOOD DRIVE
ITASCA, IL 60143
MADE IN JAPAN
COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERMORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J
L
IN
MANUFACTURED
EXT.
OUT
R
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
IN
OUT
IN
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AC IN
FACTORY CODE
NO 4300
MML
INT.(IR)
ANALOG
OUT
IN
MODEL NO. CDR510/U1B
SERIAL NO.
C
UL
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUIE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
CAUTION
US LISTED
AUDIO SYSTEM
69FM
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
3
L
R
5
CDR
HOT(+)
5. ANALOG IN / OUT
jacks
RCA jacks for line level
input and output to the
CDR drive.
GROUND
4
COLD(-)
L
R
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
L & R ANALOG IN jacks
Plug L and R RCA jacks in here to connect to the
Line level output jacks of an external pre-amplifier, mixer or other audio device.
ANALOG
OUT
IN
L
R
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
6
3. BALANCED IN (continued)
The three pin XLR connection permits trimming,
adjusting the input level. See TRIM (4).
The INPUT SELECT SWITCH (6) on the rear of
the CDR510 must be to the left to select the
BALANCED IN inputs. ANALOG must also be
selected by pressing and releasing the INPUT
button on the front of the CDR510 so ANALOG is
displayed.
ANALOG
Example
display
CHANGER
CD - R
L
R
CD
The pin out for the XLR jacks is printed on the
CDR510 for easy reference:
Pin 1 ground,
Pin 2 HOT +,
Pin 3 COLD -.
R - TRIM - L
0 +22
0 +22
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS)
Example
display
TOTAL
1
CHANGER
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
6. INPUT SELECT switch
This switch selects between
the BALANCED IN (XLR)
jacks and the ANALOG IN
INPUT
SELECT
(RCA) jacks for analog input
for recording on the CDR
drive.
ANALOG must also be selected by pressing and
releasing the INPUT button on the front of the
CDR510 so ANALOG is displayed.
IN
4. TRIM R & L
You can use a small screwdriver to adjust the TRIM of
the XLR L & R inputs.
The TRIM is factory preset at +16 dBu with an
adjustment range from 0 to +22 dBu.
ANALOG
L & R ANALOG OUT jacks
Plug L and R RCA jacks in here to connect to the
Line level input jacks of an external pre-amplifier,
mixer or other audio device. This output is always
on when there is play back on the CDR drive.
TOTAL
1
ANALOG
The INPUT SELECT SWITCH (6) on the rear of
the CDR510 must be to the left to select the
BALANCED IN inputs. ANALOG must also be
selected by pressing and releasing the INPUT
button on the front of the CDR510 so ANALOG
is displayed.
Some professionals prefer to first set the TRIM
using a meter and to do a fine adjustment by
listening for distortion and watching the level
meters on the CDR510.
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CD
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
HOT(+)
L
R
L
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
RS232C
LOOP
OUT
ANALOG
COLD(-)
OUT
IN
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECRIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CDR
GROUND
REMOTE
(RC5)
AC120V 60HZ 0.5A
MARANTZ AMERICA INC.
1100 MAPLEWOOD DRIVE
ITASCA, IL 60143
MADE IN JAPAN
COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERMORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J
L
IN
MANUFACTURED
EXT.
R
OUT
R
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
7
MODEL NO. CDR510/U1B
SERIAL NO.
IN
OUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUIE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
8
9
FACTORY CODE
NO 4300
MML
INT.(IR)
IN
10
AC IN
C
UL
CAUTION
US LISTED
AUDIO SYSTEM
69FM
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
11
7. RS-232C connector
Using serial communication, a
host device can control the
CDR510.
RS232C
• The RS-232C host can control functions of
the CDR510 externally.
• The CDR510 automatically transmits status
data when status is changed.
• The CDR510 will respond to a status request
by transmitting the associated status data.
DIGITAL OUT jack (RCA)
Connect a digital audio cable with RCA jacks to an
external device accepting a SPDIF digital input.
This connection will pass a digital signal when the
CDR510 is recording, when the CDR drive is in
playback, and in CHANGER mode when the CD
drive is in playback.
9. DIGITAL IN connector
(optical)
IN
Remove the dust cover and
plug a digital optical cable in
here.
To record from this input OPTICAL must be
selected by pressing and releasing the INPUT
button on the front of the CDR510 so OPTI is
displayed.
OPTI
Example
display
See RS-232C control for details.
CHANGER
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
OPT
LOOP
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
8. DIGITAL IN & OUT
connectors (SPDIF)
Digital audio cable with
RCA jacks can be used
for input and output.
Optical cable can be
used for input.
DIGI
TOTAL
1
CHANGER
OPT
CD - R
L
R
CD
To avoid interference and noise, do not use the
DIGITAL IN (RCA) jack and the DIGITAL IN
(optical) connector at the same time.
CD - R
L
R
CD
To avoid interference and noise, do not use the
DIGITAL IN (RCA) jack and the DIGITAL IN
(optical) connector at the same time.
EXT.
DIGITAL IN jack (RCA)
Connect a digital audio cable with RCA jacks
from an external device providing SPDIF digital
output. To record from this input DIGITAL must be
selected by pressing and releasing the INPUT
button on the front of the CDR510 so DIGI is
displayed.
Example
display
TOTAL
1
10. EXT / INT (IR) switch
Switch to select between the INT
INT.(IR)
(IR), internal infrared, remote
control, left switch position, and the EXT, external
(RC5) remote control, right switch position.
IR Remote control model RC2100 DR is supplied.
Note:
When the RC-5 is not used, leave the switch in
the INT (IR) position. If desirable, for example in
a professional studio, to disable the IR receiver,
leave the switch in the EXT position.
REMOTE
(RC5)
IN
EXT.
DIGITAL LOOP OUT jack (RCA)
Connect a digital audio cable with RCA jacks to
an external device accepting a SPDIF digital
input. This connection will pass an input digital
signal as long as the CDR510 is powered on,
even if the CDR510 is not recording or in playback.
OUT
INT.(IR)
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11. REMOTE (RC5) IN / OUT
jacks (RCA)
Use the supplied cable to connect
the IN jack to a remote control
generator.
OPEN/CLOSE
CD
HOT(+)
ANALOG DIG
OUT
OUT
R
L
COLD(-)
L
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE
RECRIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CDR
GROUND
DIGITAL
(SPDIF)
RS232C
LOOP
OUT
ANALOG
OUT
IN
REMOTE
(RC5)
AC120V 60HZ 0.5A
MARANTZ AMERICA INC.
1100 MAPLEWOOD DRIVE
ITASCA, IL 60143
MADE IN JAPAN
SERIAL NO.
COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERMORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J
L
BALANCED
IN
R - TRIM - L
MODEL NO. CDR510/U1B
IN
MANUFACTURED
EXT.
R
OUT
R
0 +22
0 +22
INPUT
(REF=+16dBu/0dBFS) SELECT
IN
OUT
IN
INT.(IR)
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUIE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
AC IN
DOOR
FACTORY CODE
NO 4300
MML
C
UL
US LISTED
AUDIO SYSTEM
69FM
CAUTION
3. DOOR OPEN/CLOSE
button
Not used.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
4. REPEAT button
In playback in either drive push and
release to enter Repeat playback.
After the first press the currently playing track is
repeated. The display says REPEAT TRACK.
REPEAT
a
12
12. AC IN
Plug one end of the supplied
power cord in here and the other
into an AC outlet.
AC IN
REPEAT TRACK
Example
display
REPEAT
2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
TRACK
17
DIG
L
R
CD - R
Remote control (IR)
The supplied infrared remote control permits
most functions of the CDR510 to be controlled
remotely.
CD
After the second press the currently playing disc
is repeated. The display says REPEAT ALL.
REPEAT ALL
The REMOTE EXT / INT (IR) switch (a) on the
back of the CDR510 must be at INT (left position)
for the infrared remote to work.
See Remote batteries on page 9 for installing or
changing the remote batteries.
Most of the controls on the remote work identically to the control on the unit. The page number
describing identical functioning unit controls is
given below.
Further instruction is supplied for controls that are
on the remote only or that function differently
from controls on the unit.
1
3
4
5
6
TRAY
2
TRAY
REPEAT
PROG.
GHI
2
3
MN
4
5
RST
UVW
7
8
SPACE
OPQ
6
XYZ
9
SCROLL
0
CD
CDR
MENU
CANCEL
TR. INCR.
REC
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17
L
R
CD
The third press cancels Repeat playback.
PROG.
5. PROG. button
Works the same as the PROG
button, see page 13.
6. RANDOM button
In playback, in CHANGER mode
only, push and release to enter
RANDOM playback.
Tracks are played at random, from either drive,
for playback. Playback will randomly switch
drives, putting the other drive in Play pause.
RANDOM
Example
display
RANDOM
DEF
1
JKL
8 9
DIG
RANDOM
ABC
DISPLAY
REPEAT
ALL
3 4 5 6 7
CD - R
OPEN/CLOSE
DOOR
SCAN
OPEN/CLOSE
Example
display
REC TYPE SOURCE
DIMMER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC2100DR
1. TRAY OPEN/CLOSE
button
Push and release to open
or close the currently
selected disc drive tray.
ENTER
2. Standby
power button
Not used.
RANDOM
1 2 3
5 6 7
8
10
11 12
DIG
13
15
16
17
CHANGER
CD - R
L
R
CD
Track 12 is playing. Tracks 4, 9 and 14 have
been randomly played on the CD drive.
After a track is played it is removed from being
randomly chosen again until all tracks on both
drives have been played. Playback then automatically stops.
If RANDOM and REPEAT ALL are combined
tracks are played randomly until all tracks have
been played. Then tracks are re-randomized and
play continues.
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7
ABC
OPEN/CLOSE
TRAY
DEF
TRAY
GHI
OPEN/CLOSE
DOOR
REPEAT
DOOR
8
9
PROG.
RANDOM
ABC
DEF
GHI
1
2
3
JKL
MN
OPQ
4
5
6
RST
UVW
XYZ
7
8
SPACE
DISPLAY
13
9
SCROLL
0
CD
CDR
MENU
10
11
12
1
2
3
JKL
MN
OPQ
4
5
6
RST
UVW
XYZ
8
9
7
CANCEL
REPEAT
ABC
14
15
PROG.
DEF
RANDOM
GHI
1
2
3
JKL
MN
OPQ
4
5
6
RST
UVW
XYZ
7
8
SPACE
DISPLAY
9
SCROLL
0
CD
CDR
MENU
CANCEL
SPACE
TR. INCR.
TR. INCR.
SCAN
REC
REC TYPE SOURCE
DIMMER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC2100DR
ENTER
0
SCAN
7. Alphanumeric keypad
Performs some of the
functions of the REC
LEVEL / SELECT control.
CDR
MENU
8. DISPLAY button
Works the same as the TIME button
on the CDR510. See page 18.
ENTER
14. PAUSE button
Push and release to Pause recording or playback on the currently
selected drive.
15. Stop button
Push and release to Stop recording
or playback on the currently selected
drive.
CD
9. CDR button
Works the same as the CDR button on
the CDR510. See page 15.
16. CD button
Works the same as the CD button
on the CDR510. See page 15.
17. Track Skip forward button
Press and release during Play or
Play pause to skip forward to the
beginning of the next track.
10. MENU button
Works the same as the MENU/STORE
button on the CDR510. See page 16.
CANCEL
11. Track Skip backward button
Press and release during Play or Play
pause to skip backward to the beginning of the current track. Push and release twice or
more to skip backward to previous tracks.
REC TYPE SOURCE
DIMMER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC2100DR
In Playback and Program modes push and release a
number button to select the track. Then push the
REC LEVEL / SELECT control on the unit or ENTER
on the remote to enter the selection.
When entering CD Text push a number button once to
select the first of the three letters, twice for the second
and three times for the third. Push the REC LEVEL /
SELECT control on the unit or ENTER on the remote
to enter the selected number.
DISPLAY
REC
16
17
18
19
20
18. CANCEL button
Works the same as the CANCL /
DELETE button on the CDR510.
See page 19.
19. Fast forward search button
Works the same as the Forward
button
on the CDR510. See
page 19.
12. Fast backward search button
Works the same as the Reverse
button
on the CDR510. See page
19.
20. Play button
Push and release to start playback
on the currently selected drive.
SCROLL
13. SCROLL button
Works the same as the TEXT button
on the CDR510. See page 18.
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TRAY
OPEN/CLOSE
DOOR
REPEAT
ABC
PROG.
DEF
GHI
2
3
MN
OPQ
4
5
6
RST
UVW
7
8
SPACE
DISPLAY
21. REC button
Works the same
as the Record
button on the CDR510.
See page 16.
REC
RANDOM
1
JKL
XYZ
9
SCROLL
0
CD
CDR
21
22
MENU
CANCEL
TR. INCR.
REC
REC TYPE SOURCE
DIMMER
SCAN
25
26
ENTER
23
24
TR. INCR.
27
22. TR. INCR.
button
Press and
release during
recording to increment the track. The track number is
increased by one, but no break or sound is introduced
into the recording.
Not available in MINUTE TRACK record mode.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC2100DR
SCAN
23. SCAN button
Remote only. In CHANGER
mode in Playback and at Stop, press
and release to scan, play the first 10
seconds of each track.
SCAN
Example
display
4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
SCAN
CHANGER
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
Press and release again to exit scan. Play will continue from the currently selected track.
DIMMER
24. DIMMER button
Not used.
REC TYPE
25. REC TYPE button
Not used.
SOURCE
26. SOURCE button
Works the same as the INPUT
button on the CDR510. See page
18.
ENTER
27. ENTER button
Works the same as pushing and
releasing the REC LEVEL / SELECT
control on the CDR510. See page
17.
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MENU mode
MENU mode permits advanced settings for
recording CDs and CD Text handling.
The chart also lists the default setting applied by
the factory, and if the setting is remembered if the
CDR510 is powered off and back on again.
Menu parameters are available for setting when
appropriate. The chart below lists the drives and
modes when the Menu item is available.
'See Page' lists the page number for detailed
instructions on the menu item.
Menu Settings Chart
CDR drive
Menu
items
TEXT EDIT
TEXT ERASE
TEXT VIEW
AUTO TRACK
AUTO STOP
REC BALANCE
TEXT ON/OFF
SRC ON/OFF
COPY
CD drive
Menu
items
PITCH
PITCH ON/OFF
MP3 LOAD
AUTO MP3 LOAD
TEXT ON/OFF
AUTO CUE ON/OFF
CUE LEVEL
PLAY MODE
SINGLE PLAY
END WARNING
CD
(Stop mode)
√
CD-R/RW
(Stop mode)
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√*
√
√
CHANGER
mode
DUAL
√**
√**
√***
√
√
-
√
√
mode
√**
√**
√***
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Factory
default
-
Is setting
remembered?
no
no
-
no
yes
ON
ON
L:0 R:0
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
32
33
Is setting
remembered?
yes
yes
See
Page
ON
ON
ON
Factory
default
0
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
-40dB
PLAY
OFF
15 sec
*Only available when recoding an external analog signal, or REC MP3 DISC.
**Not available when the disc is not loaded.
***Not available when a CD-DA disc is loaded.
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See
Page
29
30
30
31
no
yes
yes
yes
33
34
35
36
36
43
42
33
yes
yes
37
37
38
yes
yes
38
39
To make a menu change:
1. Push and release MENU/STORE button to
enter Menu mode.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
advance through the menu choices.
3. When the menu choice you want to change
is displayed, push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control to enter that choice.
4. Then turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control
to adjust or change the menu setting.
5. When the desired setting is displayed, push
and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control to confirm the new menu setting.
The display returns to the menu choice.
6. Push and release the MENU/STORE button
to exit menu mode.
The available characters are.
To enter a space select the underline.
A maximum of 60 characters can be entered
per title.
5. When correct, push and release the REC
LEVEL / SELECT control to accept the character. The next character space will be flashing.
Example
display
TEXT EDIT (How to edit CD Text)
1. With the CDR drive selected and an unfinalized CD-R or CD-RW detected in the CDR
drive,
Example
display
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
6. When your album title is complete and
correct,
TOTAL
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
Example
display
CD
ANALOG
L
R
CD - R
CD
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
Example
display
ANALOG
L
R
CD - R
push and release the MENU/STORE button to
store. The display returns to the ALBUM
TITLE menu choice.
CD
Example
display
TEXT EDIT is displayed as a menu choice.
2. Push and release the REC LEVEL / SELECT
control to accept the TEXT EDIT menu choice.
Example
display
ANALOG
L
R
CD - R
CD
ALBUM TITLE is displayed.
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL / SELECT
control to accept the ALBUM TITLE menu
choice. 'A' flashing is displayed.
Example
display
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
ANALOG
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
L
R
CD
7. Turn the REC LEVEL / SELECT switch to
another menu choice or press and release
the CANCL/DELETE button to exit menu
mode.
CD Text information is not retained if the CDR10
is turned off, or if the unfinalized disc is removed
from the CDR drive.
CD
4. Turn the REC LEVEL / SELECT control to
select the first character of your album title.
Example
display
CD - R
CD
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TEXT ERASE (How to erase CD Text)
1. With the CDR drive selected and an unfinalized CD that includes CD Text detected in the
CDR drive, push and release the MENU/
STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control so
TEXT ERASE is displayed.
TEXT VIEW (How to review CD Text)
TEXT VIEW lets you review the CD Text in
memory.
1. With the CDR drive selected and an unfinalized CD that includes CD Text detected in
the CDR drive:
TOTAL
ANALOG
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control so
TEXT VIEW is displayed.
CD
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ALBUM TITLE is displayed.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to tab
through ALL TEXT, ALBUM TITLE, TITLE
TRACK 1, TITLE TRACK 2, . . . and back to
ALL TEXT.
ANALOG
5. When the display indicates your desired
choice for erasing, push and release the REC
LEVEL / SELECT control. The text to be
erased will be displayed, then ERASE OK will
be displayed.
L
R
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ALL TEXT is displayed.
CD - R
CD - R
L
R
CD
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to tab
through ALBUM TITLE, TITLE TR 1, TITLE
TR 2, . . . until the title you want to review is
displayed.
1 2
ANALOG
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD - R
L
R
CD
CD
6. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control to erase, or the CANCL/DELETE
button to abort the erasure.
5. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control to display the title. A long title will scroll
across the display.
6. When done, turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control to switch to other menu items or press
and release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
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AUTO TRACK
AUTO TRACK can be either ON or OFF.
If AUTO STOP is also ON no more than 20 seconds of silence will be recorded from an analog
source and 4 seconds from a digital source.
AUTO TRACK OFF
When AUTO TRACK is OFF only manual tracks
are recorded by pressing and releasing the TR.
INCR button on the IR remote, incrementing the
track via the RC-5 signal, or RS-232C control, or
by pressing and releasing the Record button on
the CDR510 or the REC button on the IR
remote.
The chart below will help identify how a source will
be handled by the AUTO TRACK system.
SOURCE
Track information in the audio source such as a
CD being dubbed is not recorded.
AUTO TRACK ON
When AUTO TRACK is ON and you are recording from a digital source with user data (track
information from a source with a SPDIF connection) the track information is recorded.
CD/MD
(with user data)
Track increment based on user data
of incoming signal.
DAT/DCC
(with user data)
Track increment based on user data
of incoming signal.
Unknown
(no user data)
Track increment after silence gap of
2 seconds on incoming signal.
Analog
Track increment after silence gap of
2 seconds on incoming signal.
No source
(no lock)
When AUTO TRACK is ON and the digital
source does not include track ids, the CDR510
will use a silence gap to mark a track.
AUTO TRACK ON
None
How to turn AUTO TRACK ON or OFF
1. With the CDR drive selected push and release the MENU/STORE button.
A track can also be incremented by pressing and
releasing the TR. INCR button on the IR remote,
incrementing the track via the RC-5 signal, or
RS-232C control, or by pressing and releasing
the Record button on the CDR510 or the REC
button on the IR remote. See table on page
32.
Silence gap
With Auto Track ON, when a (silence gap) is
detected for more than 2 seconds, the CDR510
will increment a new track when signal is
detected at the threshold levels outlined below.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
AUTO TRACK is displayed.
ANALOG
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between ON and OFF.
Track increment
Audio source signal
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
ANALOG
silence
gap
2 sec
L
R
L
R
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. AUTO TRACK is
displayed again.
Analog source -40dB
Digital source -80dB
track x
track x+1
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
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AUTO STOP
AUTO TRACK must be ON for AUTO STOP OFF
or ON to function.
How to turn AUTO STOP ON or OFF
1. With the CDR drive selected push and
release the MENU/STORE button.
AUTO STOP OFF
When recording with AUTO STOP OFF the
CDR510 will record until stopped by pressing the
Stop button.
The benefit of AUTO STOP OFF is, for example,
when recording classical music, which could
have long passages of silence.
AUTO STOP ON
When recording with AUTO STOP ON the
CDR510 will automatically stop after a period of
silence. The silence will be recorded onto the
end of the current track.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
AUTO STOP is displayed.
ANALOG
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between ON and OFF.
ANALOG
When recording with AUTO STOP ON from an
analog source, the recording will stop after
recording 20 seconds of silence (a signal lower
than -40dB). When recording with AUTO STOP
ON from a digital source (without track and stop
data), the recording will stop after recording 4
seconds of silence (a signal lower than -80dB).
L
R
L
R
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. AUTO STOP is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
Menu exceptions
In some Recording modes some menu settings are overridden and/or manual track incrementing is not
available. For example in REC LISTEN recording mode, manual track incrementing is not available,
and AUTO STOP functions even if the menu setting is at OFF. The table below details these exceptions.
Manual Track increment, AUTO TRACK, and AUTO STOP depending on Recording mode.
Recording
Mode
RECORD FAST
REC LISTEN
MAKE CD
REC EXT DISC
REC EXT MAN
MINUTE TRACK
Manual Track
Increment
NA
NA
NA
Available
Available
NA
AUTO TRACK
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
each minute
AUTO STOP
each minute
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ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
REC BALANCE
Balance adjustment
Balance adjustment is only available in record or
record standby mode, for example when REC
EXT DISC is selected and the CDR510 is waiting
for the external source to start.
TEXT ON/OFF
For those situations where it is not desirable to
display CD Text, for example if you are a DJ and
do not want to wait a couple of seconds for a long
album title to be read and scroll across the display, CD Text can be turned off.
Balance is adjustable by independently adjusting
the record level of the Left and Right channels.
The adjustment range is from 0 to -77dB in 1dB
increments.
When TEXT is ON and a CD has text, the album
title is displayed when the disc is read, when
playback begins, and when playback ends. A
track title is displayed before playback of a track
begins.
Balance settings remain when discs are changed
or if the CDR510 is powered off.
When TEXT is OFF and a CD has text, the text is
ignored.
1. When in record or record standby push and
release the MENU/STORE button.
How to turn TEXT ON or OFF
1. With the CDR drive selected push and release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
REC BALANCE is displayed.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
TEXT ON/OFF is displayed.
1 2 3
SYNC
ANALOG
L
R
CD - R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. L 0 R 0 is displayed.
L
R
ANALOG
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
1 2 3
SYNC
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between ON and OFF.
The example display indicates that the left
balance (L) is at 0, and the right balance (R)
is at 0.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control clockwise to adjust the balance to the right or
counterclockwise to adjust the balance to the
left. Maximum adjustment is 77dB.
Example display
right adjustment
-53dB
1 2 3
CD - R
L
R
L
R
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. TEXT ON/OFF is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
SYNC
ANALOG
ANALOG
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. REC BALANCE is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
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SRC
The CDR510 can perform SRC (Sample Rate
Conversion) on an incoming digital signal for
recording. The CDR510 is capable of handling
digital sources from 11 kHz up to 56 kHz.
The CDR510 monitors the incoming digital
signal to check if the signal is 44.1 kHz (±100
ppm). If SRC is ON or OFF and the incoming
signal meets these criteria, the CDR510
records the signal. If SRC is ON and the
incoming signal fails these criteria, the sample
rate converter is automatically turned on and
recording continues. If SRC is OFF and the
incoming signal fails these criteria, silence is
recorded.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between ON and OFF.
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. SRC is displayed
again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
If the recording source is a special disc such
as HDCD or DTS, you have to
• set SRC to OFF (if set to ON some data
may be lost)
• set source sampling frequency to 44.1 kHz
• use a digital connection
• set the digital recording volume (REC
LEVEL / SELECT control) of the CDR510
to 0 dB
Note
If the source has tracks recorded at differing
sample frequencies, noise might be recorded
when the sampling rate changes.
How to turn SRC ON or OFF
1. With the CDR drive selected push and
release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
SRC is displayed.
DIG
L
R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
DIG
L
R
CD
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COPY protection
All pre-recorded audio CDs include a digital mark
indicating the copy protection status of the disc.
This information is stored in the user data area of
the CD and is transmitted in the SPDIF format
digital output.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to tab
between ON, OFF and HCO.
Analog sources do not carry copy protection.
6. Turn the MENU/STORE button to switch to
other menu choices or press and release the
CANCL/DELETE button to exit menu mode.
Because the CDR510 is a professional CD
recorder, it will record from any digital source,
ignoring the copy protection setting of the source
material. The CDR510 allows you to set the level
of copy protection of each disc you record.
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. COPY is displayed
again.
COPY OFF
A CD recorded with COPY OFF allows unlimited
digital copying. A consumer digital recording
device can digitally record the CD.
COPY ON
A CD recorded with COPY ON allows a single
generation digital copy for personal use. A
consumer digital recording device will be able to
digitally record the CD but the copy will have
Copy Protection set to HCO so further digital
copies cannot be made.
COPY HCO (Home Copy protected Original)
A CD recorded with COPY HCO does not allow
digital copying. A consumer digital recording
device cannot digitally copy the CD.
How to turn COPY ON, OFF or to HCO
1. With the CDR drive selected push and release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
COPY is displayed.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON, OFF or HCO is displayed.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8
CD - R
L
R
CD
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PITCH
The playback speed (pitch) of the CD drive can
be changed up to ±12.0% in steps of 0.1%.
Default setting is 0.
How to turn the PITCH ON or OFF
The PITCH ON/OFF menu control lets you turn
the pitch on or off without changing the pitch
adjustment when pitch is on. If you turn the pitch
adjustment off and later, if you turn the pitch
adjustment back on, the original pitch setting
remains.
Digital signals are not output when pitch control
is on.
Adjusting the pitch lets you tune the CD output to
a musical instrument, useful when practicing
because it permits adjusting the music practice
source to your instrument.
When pitch is active the green PITCH indicator
on the front of the CDR510 is lit and steady.
Pitch settings remain when discs are changed or
if the CDR510 is powered off.
1. With the CD drive selected push and release
the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
PITCH ON/OFF is displayed.
ANALOG
CD - RW
L
R
CD
There are two menu controls for pitch, PITCH
and PITCH ON/OFF.
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
How to adjust the PITCH (menu control)
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between ON and OFF.
The PITCH menu control adjusts the pitch.
1. With the CD drive selected push and release
the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
PITCH is displayed.
ANALOG
CD - RW
L
R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. PI is displayed.
ANALOG
ANALOG
CD - RW
L
R
L
R
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. PITCH ON/OFF is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
adjust the pitch.
Example
display
CD - RW
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. PITCH is displayed
again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
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AUTO CUE (CD drive and Dual mode only)
AUTO CUE allows the CD player to advance to
the beginning of the audio within the track, rather
than start play back from the track start flag. This
minimizes the silence at the beginning of play
back. The factory default for AUTO CUE is OFF.
How loud the audio has to be before play back is
started is adjustable using AUTO CUE LEVEL.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
TRACK
17
L
R
CD - R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. The current level is displayed.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
adjust the level.
How to turn AUTO CUE ON or OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1. In Dual mode, with the CD drive selected
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
ANALOG
ANALOG
8 9
10
CD - R
11 12
13 14 15
16
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
CD - R
10
11 12
13 14 15
L
R
16
TRACK
17
11 12
L
R
13 14 15
16
TRACK
17
CD
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
TRACK
17
L
R
10
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. CUE LEVEL is
displayed again.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
AUTO CUE is displayed.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
CD - R
CD
toggle between ON and OFF.
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. AUTO CUE is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
AUTO CUE LEVEL
The AUTO CUE LEVEL is adjustable from -35dB
to -45dB in 1dB increments. The factory default
for AUTO CUE LEVEL is -40dB.
How to adjust the AUTO CUE LEVEL
1. In Dual mode, with the CD drive selected
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
CUE LEVEL is displayed.
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PLAY MODE (CD drive and Dual mode only)
With PLAY MODE at PAUSE when you first
press the Play/Pause button
on the CD
drive, or a selection is chosen with the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control, the selection is paused.
The second press starts play back. With PLAY
MODE at PLAY, play starts immediately.
How to set the PLAY MODE
1. In Dual mode, with the CD drive selected
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
PLAY MODE is displayed.
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
TRACK
17
L
R
CD - R
CD
control. PAUSE or PLAY is displayed.
SINGLE PLAY (CD drive and Dual mode only)
SINGLE PLAY can be set to stop play after a
single track is played.
When at OFF, when a track is finished the next
track automatically begins playing.
When at STOP, when a track is completed the
CD drive is stopped as if a Stop button is
pushed.
When at RE CUE, when a track is completed the
CDR510 is paused to repeat the current track. If
AUTO CUE is on it is cued according to the
setting of AUTO CUE.
When at NEXT CUE, when a track is completed
the CDR510 is paused to begin the next track. If
AUTO CUE is on it is cued according to the
setting of AUTO CUE.
How to set SINGLE PLAY
1. In Dual mode, with the CD drive selected
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
SINGLE PLAY is displayed.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between PAUSE and PLAY.
5. When correct push and release the REC
3 4 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
CD - R
10
11 12
L
R
13 14 15
16
ANALOG
TRACK
17
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
TRACK
17
L
R
CD - R
CD
CD
LEVEL/SELECT control. PLAY MODE is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. The current setting of SINGLE PLAY
is displayed.
3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
CD - R
10
11 12
L
R
13 14 15
16
TRACK
17
CD
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to tab
through STOP, OFF, RE CUE, and NEXT
CUE.
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. SINGLE PLAY is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
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END WARNING (CD drive and Dual mode only)
When END WARNING is on the remaining time
display flashes as the end of a track is approached during play back.
END WARNING can be set from 0 to 35 seconds
in 5 second increments.
END WARNING is off when set to 0.
Factory default setting is 15 seconds.
How to set END WARNING
1. In Dual mode, with the CD drive selected
push and release the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
END WARNING is displayed.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20
L
R
CD - R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. The current setting of END WARNING is displayed.
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to tab
through 0 to 35 seconds in 5 second increments.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ANALOG
8 9
CD - R
10
11 12
L
R
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20
CD
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. END WARNING is
displayed again.
6. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
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Recording modes
When at Stop, press and release the REC MODE
button to tab through the Recording Modes:
RECORD FAST, REC LISTEN, REC MP3 DISC,
MAKE CD, REC EXT DISC, REC EXT MAN, and
MINUTE TRACK.
Only recording modes appropriate to the status of
the CDR510 are available. For example, REC
MP3 DISC is only available if an MP3 disc is
recognized in the CD drive.
Choosing the Recording mode is usually the last
step before actual recording (pressing the REC
button to begin recording). The CDR510 is set to
expect you have the disc you want to record on in
the CDR drive, chosen the audio source, made
necessary connections, and made necessary
menu adjustments. If you are not ready to
record, simply press and release a Stop button .
Recording is started manually by pressing the
Record button and immediately starting the
external source. You can also start the external
source before starting to record, for example to
manually adjust the input level.
Recording is stopped by pressing the CDR drive
Stop button .
With AUTO TRACK ON, track information is
automatically copied from an external source with
subcode information and cannot be added manually. For an analog audio source, or a source with
no subcode information, a silence of 2.7 seconds
or more automatically increments a track.
With AUTO TRACK OFF, track numbers can be
manually incremented by pressing and releasing
the TR. INCR. button on the IR remote or by
pressing and releasing the Record button on
the CDR510 or REC button on the IR remote.
REC EXT DISC
Record External Disc (Sync Record) lets you
record from an analog or digital external audio
source: CD, DAT or MD (mini disc).
CD Text can be added after the copy is made and
before finalizing.
Recording is started by starting the external
source.
MINUTE TRACK
This REC mode is the same as REC EXT MAN
but automatically adds a track every minute.
During playback the Minute Tracks make finding
a particular passage easier because of the
relationship between track numbers and time. For
example, during playback select track 3 to play
approximately the 3rd minute of recording. To go
directly to the beginning of the 10th minute select
track 10, etc.
The recording is not automatically finalized.
Recording from digital or analog sources will
automatically stop (AUTO STOP ON) after 20
seconds of silence.
Track information is automatically copied from the
external source and cannot be added manually.
For an analog audio source, or a source with no
subcode information, a silence of 2.7 seconds or
more automatically increments a track.
Track
Recording time
#
minutes:seconds
1 ........................ 0:00 - 0:59
2 ......................... 1:00-1:59
3 ......................... 2:00-2:59
.
.
.
.
.
.
80 ...................... 79:00-79:56
CD Text can be added after the copy is made and
before finalizing.
The recording is not automatically finalized.
REC EXT MAN
Record External Disc (Manual Record) lets you
record from an analog or digital audio source:
CD, DAT or MD (mini disc).
Note
During recording press the TIME button on the
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CDR510 or the DISPLAY button on the remote to
display the remaining disc time.
Minute Track marks are silent. Playback across a
Minute Track does not produce any sound.
CD Text can be added after the copy is made
and before finalizing.
The CDR510 does not copy an MP3 disc, it
converts the MP3 compressed data into audio
signals and records the audio in standard CDDA
format. While an MP3 disc can contain up to 8
hours of recording, a standard CD is limited to
80 or 74 minutes depending on the disc. Only
80, or 74, minutes of MP3 recording can be
copied (converted).
The recording is not automatically finalized.
REC MP3 DISC converts one Album from the
MP3 disc and stops. The tracks (files) within the
Album become tracks on the copy. MP3 ID3 title
information is converted to CD Text track titles.
RECORD FAST
RECORD FAST lets you copy the CD in the CD
drive to an unfinalized disc in the CDR drive at
2X speed. The entire CD in the CD drive is
copied. In PROGRAM mode the tracks programmed are copied.
In most cases AUTO TRACK and AUTO STOP
should be at ON so track information is recorded
as the copy is made.
In most cases AUTO TRACK and AUTO STOP
should be at ON so track information is recorded
as the copy is made.
CD Text can be added after the copy is made
and before finalizing.
As in REC LISTEN you can listen during recording. The HEADPHONES jack, ANALOG OUT
jacks, and DIG OUT jacks are live during the
recording.
CD Text can be added after the copy is made
and before finalizing.
The recording is not automatically finalized.
REC LISTEN
REC LISTEN lets you copy the CD in the CD
drive to a CD-R or CD-RW disc in the CDR drive
and listen during the copying. The HEADPHONES jack, ANALOG OUT jacks, and DIG
OUT jacks are live during the recording. The
entire CD in the CD drive is copied at 1X speed.
In PROGRAM mode only the tracks programmed
are copied.
In most cases AUTO TRACK and AUTO STOP
should be at ON so track information is recorded
as the copy is made.
The recording is not automatically finalized.
MAKE CD
MAKE CD copies the CD in the CD drive to a
disc in the CDR drive at 2X speed. The entire
CD in the CD drive is copied. In PROGRAM
mode the tracks programmed are copied.
In most cases AUTO TRACK and AUTO STOP
should be at ON so track information is recorded
as the copy is made.
The recording is automatically finalized.
CD Text can be added after the copy is made
and before finalizing.
The recording is not automatically finalized.
REC MP3 DISC
This REC mode only appears when in
CHANGER mode and when an MP3 disc is
recognized in the CD drive.
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MP3
The CDR510 can play most discs** that include
MP3* files. The CDR510 cannot duplicate an
MP3 disc but can record audio from an MP3 disc
onto a blank CD-R or CD-RW disc, see How to
record MP3.
MP3 playback and recording
MP3 discs can be recognized in the CD drive
only. Reading an MP3 disc for playback or
recording requires additional instructions be
loaded into the memory of the CDR510. This
takes about 10 seconds.
applicable to CD-R discs that are recorded in
some PC applications where finalizing is not
necessary to provide multi-sessions.
Recommended: the disc contain no more
than 10 sessions, 20 Albums (including all
sessions) and a maximum of 20 files.
AUTO MP3 LOAD
How to turn AUTO MP3LOAD on or off
1. With the CD drive selected push and release
the MENU/STORE button.
2. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control until
AUTO MP3LOAD is displayed.
When MP3 instructions are loaded into the
CDR510 memory depends on the setting of
AUTO MP3 LOAD. With AUTO MP3 LOAD ON,
loading MP3 instructions takes place on power
up. If you often play MP3 discs this option avoids
delay when you insert an MP3 disc. With AUTO
MP3 LOAD OFF, loading MP3 instructions does
not take place until an MP3 disc is recognized in
the CD drive or MP3 LOAD is activated. If you
rarely play MP3 discs this option speeds power
up.
* “MP3” refers to music data which has been
compressed by a file format known as “MPEG-1
Audio Layer 3.” Files with the “.mp3” or “.MP3”
extension are called MP3 files.
ANALOG
L
R
CD - R
CD
3. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. ON or OFF is displayed.
ANALOG
CD - R
L
R
CD
4. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
toggle between ON and OFF.
5. When correct push and release the REC
LEVEL/SELECT control. AUTO MP3LOAD is
displayed again.
The ID3 tag is supported by the CDR510. ID3 is
a format that adds title information to MP3 files.
**The following technical issues can result in
MP3 incompatibility with the CDR510:
• MP3 files recorded using the packet writing
method are not compatible for playback in the
CDR510.
• Compatible MP3 sampling frequencies
include 32-48 kHz.
• Compatible bit rates allowed include 32-320
kbps.
• The type of PC, software and media used for
recording might be incompatible.
• The disc may contain too many sessions or
files.
A "session" occurs each time a recording is
made and finalized. When a CD-RW disc is
unfinalized and tracks are added it creates an
additional session on the disc. This is also
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6. Turn the REC LEVEL SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
MP3 LOAD
MP3 LOAD lets you load MP3 instructions without
inserting an MP3 disc.
How to MP3 LOAD
1. With AUTO MP3 LOAD off, with the CD drive
selected, and with no disc* in the drive, push
and release the MENU/STORE button.
You can listen during recording. The HEADPHONES jack, and ANALOG OUT jacks, are live
during MP3 recording. Digital output is not available during MP3 recording.
CD Text can be added after the copy is made and
before finalizing.
The recording is not automatically finalized.
*If AUTO MP3 LOAD is on, MP3 instructions
were loaded on power up. If an MP3 disc is in
the CD drive, MP3 instructions were loaded
when the MP3 disc was recognized. If a
standard CD is in the CD drive MP3 LOAD is
not available.
MP3 LOAD
appears.
L
R
CD - RW
1. With the MP3 disc to be converted in the CD
drive, press and release the PLAY MODE
button to select CHANGER mode.
2. With a recordable CD in the CDR drive, press
and release the REC MODE button. REC MP3
DISC will be displayed for a few seconds.
2. Push and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control. MP3 LOADING is displayed as MP3
instructions are loaded.
ANALOG
CD - RW
DUBBING
CD - RW
L
R
CD
Then the display will alternate between
PRESS RECORD and the recording time
remaining on the CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR
drive.
L
R
TOTAL
The level meters show the progress of MP3
instruction loading.
DUBBING
DUBBING
CD - RW
L
R
REM
CD
CD - RW
L
R
CD
3. Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to
switch to other menu choices or press and
release the CANCL/DELETE button to exit
menu mode.
3. If you press the Record button the first
album on the MP3 disc will be recorded. To
select a different album, press and release an
or
, until the desired
ALBUM button,
album is selected.
How to record MP3
MP3 compressed data is converted into audio
signals and recorded in standard CD format. An
MP3 disc can contain up to 8 hours of recording
but a standard CD is limited to 80 or 74 minutes
depending on the disc. See example play sequence on the next page for an illustration of the
relationship between Albums (folders) and tracks
(files).
Hint:
You are in Recording pause. You can check
on what would be recorded by pressing the
ALBUM buttons,
or
, to select the
Album and turning the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control to select the track and the CD drive
Play/Pause button
to play the file.
If AUTO STOP is ON, one Album from the MP3
disc recorded and then recording stops. The
tracks (files) within the MP3 Album become
tracks on the copy. MP3 ID3 title information is
converted to CD Text track titles. The Album title
is converted as the recording session closes. A
maximum of 32 characters per title is converted,
if the ID3 title is longer it is truncated.
4. Press and release the Record button . All of
the tracks (files) in the currently selected
Album, beginning with track 1, will be recorded. If AUTO STOP is ON, recording will
automatically stop.
During recording, or after step 2, you can adjust
the recording level by turning the REC LEVEL/
SELECT control.
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MP3 Album/file structure
Example play sequence as displayed in Windows Explorer:
MP3 FILE PLAYBACK
Playing Albums in sequence
1. As with a music CD, place the disc recorded
using the MP3 files on the CD drive disc tray
and retract the disc tray.
Album 02
Album 03
aaaa03.mp3
aaaa04.mp3
aaaa05.mp3
aaaa06.mp3
2. Press the CD drive Play/Pause button
.
Play now starts playing files in sequence from
the first Album on a folder-by-folder basis*
Album 04
Album 05
Selecting Albums and files for play back
Select the desired Album (on a folder-by-folder
basis*) and track (file*):
bbbb07.mp3
bbbb08.mp3
Album 06
or
to
1. From Stop, press and release
tab through Albums (folders).
2. Turn the REC/LEVEL SELECT control to tab
through tracks within the selected Album.
(There is a three second time-out to Pause
cued to the selected Album and track. Press
Play
to begin Play.)
or
to
3. During playback press and hold
fast reverse or fast forward, or
4. press and release repeatedly to step through
Albums. (There is a 3 second time-out to
Play.)
5. During playback turn the REC LEVEL/
SELECT control to step through tracks.
(There is a 3 second time-out to Play.)
Album 07
dddd11.mp3
dddd12.mp3
eeee13.mp3
eeee14.mp3
Album 08
Album 09
wwww.wav
xxxx.wav
Album 10
ffff15.mp3
gggg16.mp3
gggg17.mp3
AAAA01.mp3 Root
BBBB02.mp3 Album 01
Play up to 8 hierarchical levels possible.
• The dashed line with an arrow (
) indicates the
sequence in which the MP3 albums and tracks (MP3
files in the albums) are played.
• Album 01 to Album 10
In the example shown, this CD-ROM has 10 albums
(folders) but albums 03 and 08 do not contain MP3
files and so are not played.
• AAAA01.mp3 to gggg17.mp3
In the example shown, this CD-ROM has 17 tracks
starting with track "01" and ending with track "17."
*See example play sequence in the box to the
left.
The following play back features are not
available during MP3 play back:
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Only those files with the ".mp3" extension are played;
files with the .wav, .jpg, .doc and other extensions are
skipped.
• Album 01 is allocated even when there are no files in
the root.
• The sequence may differ from the one that appears
on the personal computer. It may also differ
depending on the software used.
8 albums
17 mp3 files
Display during Stop of disc
with example files and
folders.
1 2
4 5 6 7
9
Random play is Album by Album not track (file)
by track.
10
CHANGER
ANALOG
CD
L
R
A-B repeat
Program play
End monitor
Auto cue
Change of time mode (TIME button)
End warning
CD
albums that contain mp3 files
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How to PROGRAM tracks
Track sequence can be programmed for playback
or recording. From stop in CHANGER or DUAL
MODE, push and release the PROG button to
enter Program mode.
a
b
Example
display
PROGRAM
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
CD
"PROGRAM" (a) will be displayed briefly, then
PROGRAM (b) will be flashing.
Turn the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to select
the Track to be programmed. When correct push
the REC LEVEL/SELECT control to add that
track to the program.
c
Example
display
Add a track to the program as above.
To erase a track from the program, turn the REC
LEVEL / SELECT control to select the track,
then press the CANCL / DELETE button. The
remaining program steps and playing time will
be displayed.
d
f
b
TOTAL
6
4
9
CD - R
ANALOG
11 12
L
R
a
STEP
PROGRAM
14
CD
e
In the example tracks on the CDR drive (a) are
being programmed. Five steps have been programmed (b): tracks 4, 6, 9, 11, and 12 (c) (not
necessarily in that order). Track 14 (d and e) is
selected. If Track 14 is added to the program as
step 6, the TOTAL time programmed (f) will be 24
minutes and 57 seconds.
To program for recording:
Only tracks from the CD in the CD drive can be
programmed for recording.
Press the REC MODE button and select your
recording mode. Then program tracks as above.
When done, press the Record button to start
recording.
Notes:
To review a program, with PROGRAM flashing,
press the ALBUM reverse
or ALBUM
button to tab through the program.
forward
The display will show the track number programmed, the time contributed by that track to
the total programmed time, and the program
step.
A track can be programmed more than once.
In CHANGER Mode the program can switch
between the CD drive and CDR drive.
If you try to store more than 99 steps, "PROG
FULL" appears on the display.
When your program is done, press a Stop button
or the PROG button to end programming. PROGRAM will be lit and steady.
Example
display
TOTAL
4
ANALOG
Press Play/Pause
6
9
CD - R
STEP
PROGRAM
11 12
L
R
CD
to start programmed play.
Clearing a program:
to stop programmed play, then
Press Stop
again to clear the program.
press Stop
To edit a program:
From Stop mode, press PROG to enter Program
mode.
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CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
PROFESSIONAL
CD
IR
MP3
How to Finalize a CD-R or CD-RW disc:
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
1. Push Stop on the
CDR drive. The
display shows the
number of tracks and their total playing time
(example shown).
ALBUM
0
10
TOTAL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
20 +
19
DIG
L
R
CD - R
3
1
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
FINAL
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
CD
ALBUM
2. Push FINAL.
"FINALIZE CD"
alternates with
"PRESS RECORD".
2
Finalizing
Finalizing is writing the TOC (table of contents)
on a disc so a CD player can recognize the
number of tracks, their location on the disc, the
total time for each track, and CD text. A recorded
disc must be finalized to playback on a standard
CD player. Once finalized a CD-R disc can be
played on CD players that support CD-R playback. CD-RW discs can only be played on CD
players that support CD-RW playback. Consult
your CD player owner's manual to confirm supported formats.
Finalizing is necessary to:
• be able to play a recorded CD-R or CD-RW
disc on a standard CD player
• prevent further recording on a disc
• avoid erasing tracks on a CD-RW disc
• record CD text information onto a disc you
record
Notes:
• A finalized CD-R disc can never be recorded
onto again
• A finalized CD-RW disc can be unfinalized for
more recording
• The CDR510 can play back unfinalized CD-R
or CD-RW discs in both drives
• The MAKE CD recording mode automatically
finalizes the recorded disc
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
20 +
19
DIG
L
R
CD - R
Note:
If the disc is blank
NOT POSSIBLE is
displayed for several seconds.
CD
DIG
L
R
CD - R
CD
If the disc has been
finalized, FINALIZED CD flashes
four times, then the previous display returns.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13
L
R
CD - R
ANALOG
CD
a
3. Push the Record
button . The timer
(a) counts down as
TOC (Table Of
Contents) is written.
REM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20 +
DIG
L
R
CD - R
b
c
When done the
display shows the
number of tracks (b)
and their total
playing time (c) of
d
the disc now ready
for playback (example shown).
CD
TOTAL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9
10
11 12
13 14 15
16
17 18
19
20 +
DIG
CD
L
R
CD-RW or CD-R changes to CD (d).
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CD
and PRESS RECORD.
Unfinalizing
How to unfinalize, erase a track, or erase a
CD-RW disc
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
Only CD-RW discs can be erased.
If the CD-RW disc has been finalized it must first
be unfinalized before it can be erased.
With the CD-RW disc in the CDR drive and at
stop:
1. Push and release the ERASE button.
CD RECORDER / CD PLAYER CDR510
CDR
PLAY MODE
IR
MP3
L
R
CD
4. To erase the last track on the CD-RW disc
Press and release the Record button .
Note
You cannot select an early track to erase. Only
the last track on the disc can be erased, or the
entire disc.
Or press and release the ERASE button again.
The display alternates between ERASE DISC
and PRESS RECORD.
PROFESSIONAL
CD
CD - RW
PITCH
Recorda
ble
REC LEVEL / SELECT
POWER
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PUSH ENTER
TEXT
PROG
LEVEL
HEADPHONE
ALBUM
10
0
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
CD - RW
L
R
CD
REC LEVEL / SELECT
ERASE
REC
MODE
MENU/
STORE
FINAL
INPUT
CANCL/
DELETE
TIME
PROG
1 2 3 4
PUSH ENTER
1
TEXT
ANALOG
ALBUM
2
If the CD-RW disc has been finalized UNFINALIZE will be displayed (if not skip to 3 below)
Example
display
CD - RW
L
R
CD
1 2 3 4
CD - RW
L
R
CD
2. Press and release the REC LEVEL/SELECT
control to unfinalize.
a
Example
display
b
REM
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
CD - RW
L
R
CD
During unfinalizing the time to completion counts
down (a) and UNFINAL (b) is displayed.
3. The display alternates between ERASE
TRACK
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
CD
5. To erase the entire CD-RW disc Press and
release the Record button .
alternating with PRESS ENTER.
ANALOG
L
R
Or press and release the CDR drive Stop button
to exit erase mode.
1 2 3 4
ANALOG
CD - RW
CD - RW
L
R
CD
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DISPLAY messages
Display messages listed below may appear for
your guidance.
ALBUM TITLE ........ followed by album title
ALL TEXT ............... entering all text display mode
ANALOG ................ analog input selected
AUTO TRACK ........ selecting AUTO TRACK on or
off
CHANGER MODE . control attempted during dual
mode that only applies to
changer mode
CLOSE ................... while a disc tray is closing
COPY ..................... entering copy protection
selection menu
DIGITAL I............... digital coaxial input selected
DISC ERROR......... when trying to record on, or
finalize a recovered disc (disc
is no longer usable)
DISC FULL ............. no more recording possible
DOES NOT FIT ...... remaining recording time on
CD not enough for proposed
recording
DUAL MODE .......... when dual mode is selected
ERASE DISC ......... erasing a CD-RW disc
ERASE OK ............. confirmation for erasing has
to be given by pressing the
REC LEVEL / SELECT
control
ERASE TRACK ...... erasing last track on CD-RW
disc
FINALIZE CD ......... finalizing a disc
FINALIZED ............. trying to record on a finalized
disc
FINALIZED CD....... CD-R/RW disc has been
finalized
INITIALIZING ......... during laser power calibration
for unfinalized discs
INSERT DISC ........ insert disc, or insert disc
correctly
MAKE CD ............... recording mode CD copying
with finalizing
NO DISC ................ no disc in tray, disc unreadable, or disc upside down
NO TEXT ................ no text stored for disc
NO TRACK ............. trying to edit CD Text on a
disc that has no tracks
NOTFINALIZED ..... when opening the CDR drive
with an unfinalized disc in it
OFF ........................ during menu selection for
menu item to be off
ON .......................... during menu selection for
menu item to be on
OPC ERROR ......... Optimum Power Calibration
failure (CD-R/RW disc is
bad)
OPEN ..................... while a disc tray is opening
or open
OPTICAL ................ digital optical input selected
PRESS RECORD .. press record to start
finalizing, erasing, or recording
PROGRAM............. when program mode is
selected
PROGRAM FLL ..... program full
READING ............... reading disc information
REC BALANCE ...... when adjusting balance
REC EXT DISC ...... recording mode sync record
with starting external source
REC EXT MAN ....... recording mode from external source with manual start
REC LISTEN .......... recording mode CD dubbing
while listening
RECORD FAST...... recording mode CD dubbing
at 2X speed
START SOURCE ... start source for sync recording
TEXT EDIT ............. entering text edit mode
TEXT ERASE ......... entering text erase mode
TEXT VIEW ............ entering text review mode
TRACK TITLE ........ followed by track title
UNFINALIZE,
PRESS ENTER ..... trying to record on a finalized
CD-RW disc
UNFINALIZED........ CD-R/RW disc being ejected
is not finalized
UPDATE ................. updating disc contents
WAIT ...................... • when Stop
is pressed
during recording
is pressed
• when stop
during the first four seconds of a track
WRONG DISC ....... disc is not an audio CD disc
XX AL X ................. mp3 files (XX) and albums
(X)
XX XX ERASE ...... time countdown when
erasing a track or the entire
disc
XXXX FINAL .......... time countdown when
finalizing a disc
- XX DB .................. recording level being adjusted
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About Compact Discs
be according to the Orange Book specification
and therefore compatible with the CDR510.
There are two types of recordable discs:
CD-R (record once)
CD-R discs are only able to be recorded onto a
single time but will playback in most CD players.
In practice however, the quality of the recording
depends on the match between the disc used
and the writing strategy of the recorder. At 1X
speed (stand alone audio) the match between
disc and recorder is important. Higher recording
CD-R discs can be recognized by the following
logos:
speeds are less critical in terms of recording quality.
Recordable
Recordable
CD-RW (multiple recording)
CD-RW discs are able to be recorded onto
many times but will only playback in CD players
offering CD-RW compatibility. Products that
offer CD-RW compatibility are available from
Marantz Professional. Please contact your
dealer for more information on these products.
Consumer CD Recorders can only record on CDR
Audio discs and those discs are optimized for single
speed automatically. Professional CD Recorders can
use both Audio and Data discs. When using Data
discs, one should take care to use discs with a good
single speed compatibility.
Recording Capacity:
Discs with higher capacity than 80 minutes are out of
the Orange Book standard and may perform below
your expectations.
Compact disc care
The glossy side is the record side of the disc, and
matted (dull) side is the label side.
CD-RW discs can be recognized by the following logos:
Handle discs carefully so as not to damage or scratch
the record side.
Notes:
• Some DVD players cannot playback CD-R
discs and some cannot playback CD-RW
discs because of laser power differences.
• Some CD players may be able to playback
finalized CD-RW discs.
• Some CD players can not play finalized CD-R
discs because of the low reflectivity of such
discs.
Avoid placing discs in the following locations:
• In direct sunlight or near a source of heat such as
a heater.
• In a place that is damp or dirty.
• In a place which could be exposed to rain, such as
near a window.
Disc cleaning
Always keep the disc surface clean. Up to six billion
data units are recorded on the record side of the disc.
When cleaning the disc surface always be sure to use
a special compact disc cleaner and wipe as shown
below.
Which discs to use:
The CDR510 is able to record onto any 1X
compatible CD-R and CD-RW disc, including
discs for Consumer use and Professional (computer) discs.
The CDR510 records according to the Orange
Book specification. Every CDR disc sold should
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Wipe in a radial
direction.
Do not wipe in
circumferential
direction.
• Do not use record cleaner, it will adversely affect
the disc surface.
• Store discs in their disc cases.
• Do not attach a piece of
paper or sticker to the label
side of the disc.
When a disc has a piece of plastic tape or rental
CD label with paste protruding from the edge or
when a disc has a trace of such as sticky object,
do not attempt to play the disc. The disc may be
impossible to take out, or another malfunction
may result.
• Write only on the printed side of a CD-R or CDRW disc, and only with a soft felt-tipped pen.
• Do not attempt to play a disc
with a special shape such as
an octagonal or heart shaped
disc. Equipment malfunction
may result.
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RS-232C control
Connect a male (D-Sub 9 Pin) to female (D-Sub 9 Pin)
straight cable for RS-232C external control by host
equipment.
Hand shake flow charts for control commands:
CDR510
Typical Host
Received Command
Status Command
• The RS-232C host can control functions of the
CDR510 externally
• The CDR510 automatically transmits status data
when status is changed.
• The CDR510 will respond to status requests by
transmitting the associated status data.
Host sends a command that causes a
change in CDR510 status.
CDR510
Typical Host
Control commands:
Received Command
Command
0
1
CD command
"@12000"+CR
"@12001"+CR
2
3
"@12002"+CR
"@12003"+CR
4
5
"@12004+CR
"@12005+CR
6
7
"@12006"CR
"@12007"+CR
8
9
Display
Scroll
Repeat
Next
Previous
Pitch Reset
Pitch Up Start
Pitch Up Stop
Pitch Down Start
Pitch Down Stop
Program
AMS
Open/Close
Pause
Cancel/Delete
Fast Backward Start
Fast Backward Stop
Fast Forward Start
Fast Forward Stop
Play
Stop
Random
Store/Menu
Enter
Select CD
Select CDR
Track Inc.
"@12008"+CR
"@12009"+CR
"@12015"+CR
"@12011"+CR
"@12029"+CR
"@12032"+CR
"@12033"+CR
"@12037"+CR
"@12038"+CR
"@1203801"+CR
"@12039"+CR
"@1203901"+CR
"@12036"+CR
"@12043"+CR
"@12045"+CR
"@12048"+CR
"@12049"+CR
"@12050"+CR
"@1205001"+CR
"@12052"+CR
"@1205201"+CR
"@12053"+CR
"@12054"+CR
"@12028"+CR
"@12082"+CR
"@12087"+CR
"@12063"+CR
-
CDR Command
"@12600"+CR
"@12601"+CR
"@12602"+CR
Host sends a command that causes no
change in CDR510 status. For example,
Host requests Play during Playback.
"@12603"+CR
"@12604"+CR
"@12605"+CR
"@12606"+CR
"@12607"+CR
"@12608"+CR
"@12609"+CR
"@12615"+CR
"@12611"+CR
"@12629"+CR
"@12632"+CR
"@12633"+CR
"@12636"+CR
"@12643"+CR
"@12645"+CR
"@12648"+CR
"@12649"+CR
"@12650"+CR
"@1265001"+CR
"@12652"+CR
"@1265201"+CR
"@12653"+CR
"@12654"+CR
"@12628"+CR
"@12682"+CR
"@12687"+CR
"@12663"+CR
"@126114"+CR
Commands Requesting Status
The following Request Commands from the host are
received by the CDR510, then the status code is
transmitted to the host.
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Request Command for CD
Power
Tray
Mode
Play
Mode
Disc
Repeat
Mode
Time
Mode
Album
Track
Current
Display
Time
End
Warning
"@1?20POWE"+CR
"@1?20TRAY"+CR
Response from CD
Power On
Open
Close
Toc Reading
Stop
"@1?20PLAY"+CR Play
Pause
FF
REW
No Disc
"@1?20DISC"+CR ERROR
CDDA
MP3
OFF
"@1?20RPTM"+CR ON
ALL
Track
Track Remain
"@1?20TMOD"+CR Total Remain
Total Lap
"@1?20ALBU"+CR
"@120PRON"+CR
"@120OPEN"+CR
"@120CLOS"+CR
"@120TOCR"+CR
"@120STOP"+CR
"@120PLAY"+CR
"@120PASE"+CR
"@120FASF"+CR
"@120FASR"+CR
"@120NODI"+CR
"@120ERDI"+CR
"@120CDDI"+CR
"@120MPDI"+CR
"@120RTOF"+CR
"@120RTON"+CR
"@120RTAL"+CR
"@120TTRA"+CR
"@120TTRE"+CR
"@120TREM"+CR
"@120TTLA"+CR
"@120Axxx"+CR
"@1?20TRAC"+CR
"@120Txxx"+CR
"@1?20TIME"+CR
"@120Xxxx"+CR
"@1?20WARN"+CR
Warning
No Warning
"@120WARN"+CR
"@120NOTW"+CR
Response from CDR
Request Command for CDR
Power
Tray
Mode
"@1?26POWE"+CR
"@1?26TRAY"+CR
Play
Mode
"@1?26PLAY"+CR
Disc
"@1?26DISC"+CR
Repeat
Mode
"@1?26RPTM"+CR
Time
Mode
"@1?26TMOD"+CR
Track
Current
Display
Time
"@1?26TRAC"+CR
Category
Power On
Open
Close
"@126PRON"+CR
"@126OPEN"+CR
"@126CLOS"+CR
Toc Reading "@126TOCR"+CR
"@126STOP"+CR
Stop
Play
"@126PLAY"+CR
Pause
"@126PASE"+CR
FF
"@126FASF"+CR
REW
"@126FASR"+CR
"@126NODI"+CR
No Disc
"@126ERDI"+CR
ERROR
"@126CDDI"+CR
CDDA
OFF
"@126RTOF"+CR
ON
"@126RTON"+CR
ALL
"@126RTAL"+CR
"@126TTRA"+CR
Track
Track Remain "@126TTRE"+CR
Total Remain "@126TREM"+CR
Total Lap
"@126TTLA"+CR
"@126Txxx"+CR
Status from CDR
Power
Tray Mode
TOC Reading
Stop
Play
Pause
FF
REW
No Disc
ERROR
CDDA
OFF
ON
ALL
Play Mode
Disc
Repeat Mode
Track
Track Remain
Total Remain
Total Lap
Time Mode
"@126Xxxx"+CR
"@1?26TIME"+CR
"@126PRON"+CR
Power On
Open
Close
"@126OPEN"+CR
"@126CLOS"+CR
"@126TOCR"+CR
"@126STOP"+CR
"@126PLAY"+CR
"@126PASE"+CR
"@126FASF"+CR
"@126FASR"+CR
"@126NODI"+CR
"@126ERDI"+CR
"@126CDDI"+CR
"@126RTOF"+CR
"@126RTON"+CR
"@126RTAL"+CR
"@126TTRA"+CR
"@126TTRE"+CR
"@126TREM"+CR
"@126TTLA"+CR
Hand shake flow chart for automatic status
data:
CDR510
Hand shake flow chart for Commands Requesting
Status:
Typical Host
CDR510
Typical Host
Status Command
Status Request
Command
Status Command
RS-232C specifications:
Connector pin assignment
Status changes automatically transmitted.
1
pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
The following status codes are automatically transmitted to the host.
Category
Power
Tray Mode
Play Mode
Disc
Repeat Mode
Time Mode
Status from CD
Power On
Open
Close
TOC Reading
Stop
Play
Pause
FF
REW
End of Track
End Warning
No Disc
ERROR
CDDA
MP3
OFF
ON
ALL
Track
Track Remain
Total Remain
Total Lap
"@120PRON"+CR
"@120OPEN"+CR
"@120CLOS"+CR
"@120TOCR"+CR
"@120STOP"+CR
"@120PLAY"+CR
"@120PASE"+CR
"@120FASF"+CR
"@120FASR"+CR
"@120EOTR"+CR
"@120WARN"+CR
"@120NODI"+CR
"@120ERDI"+CR
"@120CDDI"+CR
"@120MPDI"+CR
"@120RTOF"+CR
"@120RTON"+CR
"@120RTAL"+CR
"@120TTRA"+CR
"@120TTRE"+CR
"@120TREM"+CR
"@120TTLA"+CR
6 7 8 9
use
NC
TX
RX
NC
GND
NC
RTS
CTS
NC
2 3 4 5
CDR510
Not Connected
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Not Connected
Ground
Not connected
RTS receive
CTS send
Not Connected
Typical Host
Not Connected
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Not Connected
Ground
Not connected
RTS send
CTS receive
Not Connected
D-Sub 9 pin
(male)
D-Sub 9 pin
(female)
cable
connector
Physical specifications
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Cable
Straight cable
Baud rate
9600 bps
Data bits
8 bits
Parity bit
None
Stop bit
1 bit
Flow control
CTS/RTS Hardware Flow
CTS/RTS hardware flow control
RC-5 Codes
Remote control Model RC330, (not supplied – available
from Marantz Professional) can control the CDR510
using these RC-5 codes. The CDR510 receives the
codes listed in the table below from the infrared remote
control sensor on the front of the unit and also the
REMOTE RC-5 IN/OUT jacks.
CDR510
CTS out
Typical Host
RTS send
H
Not Busy
(Normal)
L
H
Busy
CD code CD-R code
RxD
TxD
Control commands:
The control command packets have a data length of
7~10 bytes. ASCII codes from 0x00 to 0x7f are used
to receive serial data. At the transmission end, take
steps to convert the ASCII codes into HEX data to set
the data in the data packets. CR (0x0d) is added as
the data packet delimiter.
Example: Scroll command (ASCII code @12011)
@
0x40
1
2
0x31
0x32
0
1
1
0x30
0x31
0x31
CR
0x0d
When transmitting commands consecutively, put more
than 100ms blank between commands.
Status data transmission:
The status data packets have a fixed data length of 8
bytes. ASCII codes from 0x00 to 0x7f are used to
transmit serial data. For this reason, the ASCII codes
are converted into HEX data before the data is set in
the data packets and transmitted. CR (0x0d) is added
as the data packet delimiter.
Example: Transmission "Power ON" (ASCII code
@120PRON)
@
0x40
1
0x31
2
0x32
0
P
R
O
N
0x30
0x50
0x57
0X4f
0x4e
CR
0x0d
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0 _ Space
1 ABC
2 DEF
3 GHI
4 JKL
5 MN
6 OPQ
7 RST
8 UVW
9 XYZ
PLAY
STOP
PAUSE
NEXT
PREVIOUS
FF
REW
PROGRAM
CANCEL/DELETE
SCROLL
AMS (intro scan)
TEMPO RESET
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
DISPLAY
ENTER
MENU/STORE
REPEAT
CD
CD-R
TR.INCR
Command (dec)
CTS
System (dec)
RTS
Command (dec)
Function
Timing chart
System (dec)
L
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
-
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
53
54
48
32
33
52
50
36
49
11
43
37
45
15
87
82
29
63
-
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
53
54
48
32
33
52
50
36
49
11
43
55
45
15
87
82
29
63
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Should faults occur, it is in many cases not necessary
to consult your dealer or technical service department.
On the basis of the following checks, you will be able
to rectify a number of conditions yourself without
difficulty. If the condition cannot be remedied after the
following check, please consult your dealer or contact
D & M Professional at 866 405 2154.
Will not record
• check input source selection (INPUT button
selection matches input source connected)
• check that disc is not an audio disc (WRONG
DISC display)
•
•
•
•
No Power
• check power cord connections
• switch POWER off then immediately back on
Recording does not contain tracks
• check that AUTO TRACK is ON
• check if there is 2.7 seconds of silence (analog)
• check that the digital source conforms to the
SPDIF or IEC-958-II standard
• is source a DVD video disc (DVD discs do not
contain track information)
No Sound
• check audio connections
• if using an amplifier or receiver,
• check amplifier or receiver settings
• check that a signal is present
• try a different amplifier or receiver
Sound distorted
• check that analog output is not connected to a
PHONE input
• check that disc is not defective (try another)
Recording distorted
• check recording level
• try another disc
XLR input too high or too low
• adjust record level
• adjust TRIM
Play will not start
• check that the label of the CD is facing up
• clean the disc
• check that disc is not defective (try another)
clean the disc
check if CD-R/RW is an unfinalized disc
try another disc
text memory full (MEMORY FULL/FINALIZE CD
display Erase CD Text for other disc(s) or finalize
other disc(s) to obtain memory space.)
DIGI flashing in display
• check digital cable connections
• try a different cable
• check that the output of the digital source conforms to the SPDIF or IEC-958-II standard
OPTI flashing in display
• check optical connections
• try a different connector
• check that the output of the digital source conforms to the SPDIF or IEC-958-II standard
DIGI flashing in display
• check digital cable connections
• try a different cable
• check that the output of the digital source conforms to the SPDIF or IEC-958-II standard
Disc playback quality on other players is poor
• check disc quality
• check that discs are compatible with 1X recording
• try 'Music' (consumer) blank discs
• if using 80 minute discs, try a 74 minute disc (they
provide a wider recording area and thus less
chance for error)
CD Text appears on CD drive but not CDR drive
• check disc (The CDR drive does not display CD
Text on 'hybrid' CDs that contain audio and data
together on the disc.)
Remote control does not work
• check that EXT / INT (IR) switch on rear is at INT
• check drive selection (CDR or CD)
• point the IR remote control directly at the IR
receiver
• check or replace batteries
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Specifications*
General
System ............................................................................................................ Compact Disc Digital Audio (CD-DA)
Number of Channels ................................................................................................................................. 2 (stereo)
Applicable Discs ......................................................................................................................... CD, CD-R, CD-RW
Power Requirement
/U1B ........................................................................................................................................... AC 120V 60 Hz
/N1B ........................................................................................................................................... AC 230V 50 Hz
Power Consumption ......................................................................................................................................... 20 W
Allowable Operating Temperature ........................................................................................................ +5 to +35 °C
Allowable Operating Humidity ....................................................................................... 5 ~ 90 % (no condensation)
Dimensions (maximum)
Width ............................................................................................................................................. 19” (483 mm)
Height ................................................................................................................................... 3 15/16” (100 mm)
Depth .................................................................................................................................... 13 7/16” (340 mm)
Net Weight ....................................................................................................................................... 11.7 lbs (5.3 kg)
CD Recorder
Recording (analog)
Frequency Response ............................................................................................ 20Hz ~ 20kHz +0/-2 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (IEC-A) ............................................................................................................. 86 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (1kHz) ..................................................................................................... 0.015%
Channel Separation (1kHz) ................................................................................................................ 75 dB
Dynamic Range .................................................................................................................................. 86 dB
Playback
Frequency Response ............................................................................................ 20Hz ~ 20kHz +0/-1 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (IEC-A) ........................................................................................................... 100 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (1kHz) ....................................................................................................... 0.01%
Channel Separation (1kHz) ................................................................................................................ 78 dB
Dynamic Range .................................................................................................................................. 86 dB
Input /Output
Analog Input Sensitivity /Impedance
Balanced (XLR) ......................................................................................................... 0 ~ +20 dBu /47 k
(default setting: +16 dBu)
Unbalanced (RCA) ..................................................................................................... 500 mV rms /47 k
Analog Output (RCA) ........................................................................................................... 2 V rms /200
Coaxial Digital In/Out (RCA) ................................................................................................. 0.5 Vp-p /75
Optical Digital Input ........................................................................................................................ -19 dBm
Digital Input Sampling Frequency .............................................................. 32/44.1/48 kHz (11 ~ 56 kHz)
CD Player
Applicable Discs ................................................................................................... CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 disc
Frequency Response ................................................................................................ 20Hz ~ 20kHz +0/-0.5 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (IEC-A) ................................................................................................................. 100 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (1kHz) ........................................................................................................... 0.003%
Channel Separation (1kHz) ....................................................................................................................... 96 dB
Dynamic Range ........................................................................................................................................ 96 dB
Analog Output (RCA) ................................................................................................................. 2 V rms /200
Coaxial Digital Output (RCA) ...................................................................................................... 0.5 Vp-p /75
Pitch Control ........................................................................................................................ ±12.0%, 0.1% step
Headphone .......................................................................................................................... 0 ~ 5V rms /8 ~ 2000
RS232C Remote ....................................................................................................................... D-Sub 9-pin, female
RC5 Remote In/Out ........................................................................................................................ RCA w/Loop Out
Included Accessories ............................................................................................................. IR remote controller 1
‘AA/R6’ batteries 2
Stereo audio cable 2
*Specifications subject to change without notice.
RC5 remote cable 1
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LIMITED WARRANTY
How You Can Get Service
Your Marantz Professional product is warranted against
manufacturer defects in material and workmanship for a
period of one year parts and labor.
1.
Except as specified below, this warranty covers defects in
material and workmanship. The following are not covered
under warranty:
1.
2.
2.
Damage, deterioration, malfunction or failure to meet
performance specifications resulting from:
a) Accidents, acts of nature, misuse, abuse, neglect or
unauthorized product modification.
b) Improper installation, removal or maintenance, or
failure to follow supplied instructions.
c) Repair or attempted repair by a non-Marantz
authorized agent.
d) Any shipment (claims must be presented to the
carrier).
e) Any cause other than a defect of manufacturing.
Cleaning, check-ups with no fault found or changes
incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of the
product.
Any serialized product on which the serial number has
been defaced, modified or removed.
4.
Batteries and battery chargers.
5.
Accessories, including but not limited to: cables, mounting hardware and brackets, cleaning accessories, power
cords and adapters, and carry cases.
6.
Products purchased outside of the United States, its
possessions or territories.
This Warranty may be enforced only by the original purchaser.
What We Will Pay For
We will pay for all labor and material expenses for items
covered by the warranty.
Limitation of Implied Warranties
All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in
duration to the length of this warranty.
Exclusion of Damages
3.
Non-transferable warranty
3.
If your unit needs service in the USA, contact our
service referral at the appropriate telephone number
indicated below. We will advise you of the name and
location of one or more authorized service centers
from which service may be obtained. Please do not
return the unit directly to us.
You must pay any shipping charges if it is necessary to
ship the product for service. If the necessary repairs
are covered by the warranty, we will pay return
shipping charges to your location anywhere in the
United States or its territories.
Whenever warranty service is required, you must
present the original dated sales receipt or other proof
of date purchased.
Liability for any defective product is limited to repair or
replacement of the product at manufacturer’s option.
Manufacturer shall not be liable for damage to other
products caused by any defects in Marantz products,
damages based on inconvenience or loss of use of the
product, or any other damages, whether incidental, consequential, or otherwise.
Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
How State Law Relates to the Warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
have other rights which may vary from State to State.
Marantz Professional Service Number:
Marantz Professional Factory Service (630) 741-0330
This warranty is enforceable only in the United States and
its possessions or territories.
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®
Marantz is a registered trademark.
2003/8
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