Technics sl-mc410 CD Player User Manual

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Dear Customer
Thank you for purchasing this Technics product.
For optimum performance and safety, please read
these instructions carefully.
CAUTION:
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before use.
The AC voltage is different according to the
Be sure to set the proper voltage in your area
(For details, please refer to the page 5.)
Saf ely regu
CAUTION!
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER,
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PER-
FORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Caution for AC mains lead
CAUTION!
DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE,
BUILT IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE IN
ORDER TO KEEP WELL VENTILATED CONDITION. ENSURE
THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT
| OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION CONDITION TO PREVENT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO
OVERHEATING.
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(For United Kingdom). 3
Suggestions for safety .................. 4
Connections...................—eeeeeee pee aa ua iD Terence career nenes 5
Supplied accessories …… 6
Concerning the liner notes organizer 6
Preparing for the remote controi……………………………………….… 7
Setting/Removing discs 8
Front panel controls .. 9
Basic operations........ 10
Single disc play cocoons 12
ID Scan fUnctiOn eek a, 12
Disc grouping piay.......... 13
Program play... 16
Direct programming . - 18
Random Dia Y oe cerns 19
Repeat function 20
Search function ........ 20
Skip function........ 21
CD-TEXT function 22
Time mode Selection... en ens 25
Quick reference table for remote control operation......26
Concerning compact discs......
Troubleshooting guide
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Product service.........
Technical specifications
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Disc index
Back cover
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{Back of product}
(For United Kingdom)
(“EB” area code model only)
For your safety, please read the following text carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for
your safety and convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement
fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to
BS 1362.
Check for the ASTA mark = or the BSI mark 77 on the body of the
fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is
refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement
cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local dealer.
CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE
SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD
BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF
SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE
CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET,
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown
below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or coloured Black or Blue.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or coloured Brown or Red.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH
TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE LETTER E, BY THE
EARTH SYMBOL L OR COLOURED GREEN OR
GREEN/YELLOW.
THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF-KEEP DAY.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC mains
plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and
foliow the instruction below. Illustrations may differ from actual
AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
Figure A,
Figure B.
2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.
Figure A.
Figure B.
Fuse
(5 ampere)
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Avoid placing the unit in areas of:
9 direct sunlight
e high temperature
e high humidity
9 excessive vibration
e even surfaces (Place the unit on a flat level surface.)
Such conditions might damage the cabinet and/or other component
parts and thereby shorten the unit's service life.
e It is very dangerous to use an AC power source of high voltage
such as for an air conditioner.
A fire might be caused by such a connection.
e A DC power source can not be used.
Be sure to check the power source carefully, especially if on a ship
or other place where DC is used.
e Avoid cuts, scratches or poor connection of the AC power cord, as
this may result in fire or electric shock.
Excessive bending, pulling or slicing of the cord should also be
avoided.
e Do not pull on the cord when you are disconnecting the power, as
this could cause an electric shock. Grasp the plug firmly when
you disconnect the power suppiy.
e Never touch the plug with wet hands or a serious electric shock
could result.
e Ensure that no foreign objects, such as needies, coins,
screwdrivers etc., accidentally fall into the unit.
Otherwise, a serious electric shock or malfunction could occur,
e Be extremely careful about spilling water or liquid on/into the
unit, as a fire or electric shock could occur.
(Disconnect the power plug and contact your dealer immediately
if this occurs.)
e Avoid spraying insecticides onto the unit as they contain
flammable gases which can be ignited.
# Insecticides, alcohol, paint thinner and similar chemicals should
never be used to clean the unit as they can cause flaking or
cloudiness to the cabinet finish.
e Never attempt to repair, disassemble or reconstruct the unit if
there seems to be a problem.
A serious electric shock could result if you ignore this
precautionary measure,
eo If a problem occurs during operation (the sound is interrupted,
indicators fail to light up, smoke is detected, etc.) contact your
dealer or Authorized Service Center immediately.
¢ Disconnect the power supply if the unit will not be used for a long
time, Otherwise the operation life could be shortened.
Cautions on moving this unit
Before moving the changer to another location, be sure to
remove all discs from the slots and turn off the cha nger.
Failure to do so will expose the compact discs and the changer
to the risk of severe damage.
CAUTION
The changer mechanism automatically locks when power is
turned off, to protect it against damage in transport.
Therefore, always press POWER and make sure “OFF” appears
on the display before vou unplug the changer.
Other cautions
Outside light or noise may sometimes cause the changer to
detect a disc when there isn’t one. However, the changer always
- correctly detects the disc when in the play mode no matter
what.
Do not leave the front panel open. Infiltrating dust or other
matter may lead to damage or malfunctions.
mon (For United Kingdom only)
e Set the changer on a flat, level surface. BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR THE
e Before connecting the changer to your audio system, make
sure that the power of the changer and all other system AC MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 3 BEFORE THE
components is turned off. FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS.
¢ (For areas except United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
Make sure the voltage selector is set to the connect position,
Stereo connection cable
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Receiver or amplifier
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AC power supply cord (included)
Voltage selector
(For areas except United Kingdom,
Australia and N.Z.)
(For areas except United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
CAUTION: connector
Use a minus (-) screwdriver to set the voltage selector to the
voltage setting for the area in which the unit will be used.
(If the power supply in your area is 115 V or 120 V, please set Approx. ómm
the voltage selector as follows: ; ;
For 115 V: set to 110 Y (For areas except United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
For 120 V: set to 127 V) Insertion of Connector:
Note that this unit will be seriously damaged if this setting is Even when the connector is perfectly inserted, depending on the
not made correctly. type of inlet used, the front part of the connector may jut out as
shown in the drawing.
However there is no problem using the unit.
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(For areas except United
Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
If the power plug will not fit
your socket, use the power
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accessories.
(For United Kingdom)
AC mains lead (RJA0049-K) vorrei eaten 1
(For Australia and N.Z.)
a AC power supply cord (RJA0036-K)............e.e.... eee 1
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‚© AC power supply cord (RJA0019-2K)............mm..e..————— 1
À Stereo connection cable (5]P2249-3) ................... mm... 1
Notebook-like binder [Liner notes organizer]
(RFA0623-K1) ............. es con À
Adhesive numbers (ROLA0326)......... eme. en cao see 1
Batteries... ire, 2
Remote control transmitter (EUR644972).................e......——— 1
(For except United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z.)
Power piug adaptor (SJP5213-2) tens re 1
Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement
parts.
Your changer comes with a notebook-like binder (liner notes
organizer) in which you can keep your CD liners. There are also
adhesive numbers for indicating slot numbers in the binder. This is
a convenient way to keep track of what disc is in what slot.
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Check the (+) and (-) sides.
| Use of batteries |
e Do not mix old and new batteries, or batteries of different types
(carbon and alkaline, etc.).
e Never subject batteries to excessive heat or flame; do not attempt
to disassemble them; and be sure they are not short-circuited.
à If the remote control is not to be used for a long period of time,
remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dark place.
® Do not attempt to recharge alkaline or carbon batteries.
@ Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
| Battery life |
Battery life is about one year.
The batteries should be replaced if the receiver fails to respond to
commands from the remote control transmitter even when held
close to the remote control signal sensor.
When you need to replace these batteries
Use two R03/LR03,AAA,UM-4 or equivalent batteries.
Use the remote control within 60 degrees and within 7 meters
facing toward the unit.
Operation notes |
e Aim the remote control's transmission window toward the unit's
sensor. Avoid any obstacles.
e Be sure the transmission window and the unit's sensor are free
from dust, Excessive dust might affect performance.
® Do not expose the remote control signal sensor to directsunlight or
to the bright light of an inverter fluorescent light.
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Pulling gentiy from both ends, open the front
panel.
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2 Except when setting or removing discs, keep hands out of
the changer while open. You could injure vourself if
somehow entangled in the internal mechanism.
© Keep cassette tapes away from the magnetic latches.
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Set the disc on the loader and flip the loader
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® Do not use & cm discs fitted with expander rings. Expander
rings could damage the disc slots.
e Do not use cleaning discs or warped discs. All of these
: could damage your changer.
| | Г» e Do not use discs with poorly attached labels or stickers,
E Adhesive protruding from peeled off stickers can cause the
53 : changer to malfunction.
“5 В e Do not put anything other than discs in the changer.
i Flip this part upward. fe. ® Do not use irreguiar shape CDs (heart-shape, octagonal,
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Close the front panel genily.
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If you leave the front panel open while a disc is in play, when
the disc is over, the changer will stop.
i. Open the front panel.
2. Stide the icader carriage to the slot you want.
3. Press the eject buiton on the loader carriage.
You can set discs in the slots and remove them too, while playing
discs.
9 De not set a disc in the slot of the disc being plaved (slot flashes).
The disc in play is returned to its slot when finished. If two discs
somehow jam in a slot, one or both could be damaged. When this
happens, the message “TAKE OUT” will appear on the display.
Remove the disc that doesnt belong in the slot and press the stop
button.
® Do not open the front panel while the changer is changing discs.
e Sometimes the front panel cannot be opened while a disc is
playing. Itis a question of time. Tn such case, wait until you can
open it.
Loader carriage Eject button
‚OD Power “STANDBY O/ON” switch
(POWER, STANDBY O/ON)
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa,
In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of
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7. O Single disc play button (SINGLE »)
© Direct programming button (DIRECT)
Programming button (PROGRAM)
® Windows
© Disc selector button (DISC)
D “STANDBY” indicator (STANDBY)
When the unit is connected to the AC mains supply, this
indicator lights up in standby mode and goes out when the unit
1s turned on.
Display
O Disc skip buttons (DISC SKIP, —, +)
(9 Numeric buttons (1-9, 0, >10)
D Disc enter button (DISC ENTER)
(2 Search/Text character select buttons
(<< , PP SEARCH/CHARACTER)
(3 Track skip/Text cursor removal buttons
(44 , PI, SKIP/CURSOR)
(2 Remote control signal sensor (SENSOR)
(9 Text search buttons (Y, 4)
(6 Text mode button (TEXT MODE)
@ Text edit button (TEXT EDIT)
(9 Disc group buttons
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@ Stop button (8)
0 Pause button (El)
@ Play button (})
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| (DISC GROUPING PLAY, A, B, C, D, E)
| Disc slot section I
For an explanation on how to open the front panel, see page 8
“How to set discs”.
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@ Disc slot for single disc play (SINGLE)
@ Loader carriage
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Basic operations
The changer plays all the tracks on all the discs in order and stops
automatically when the last track on the last disc finishes playing,
Before starting, load your discs.
Press POWER.
The unit will switch on.
Momentarily, the message “CHECKING DISCS" will appear
on the display.
When it goes out, the last disc played will be displayed.
Press >.
Play will begin,
The “P» 7 indication will illuminate.
The disc number, the track number and the elapsed play time
will be displayed. |
The disc number is the same as the slot number.
To search for the desired position
SEARCH/CHARACTER
To skip tracks
SKIP/CURSOR
; DISC SKIP
To skip discs [= T +)
{For detailed information concerning these buttons, please refer to
pages 20—21.)
| To stop play El
Press 3.
The disc number and the total number of tracks of the current disc
will be displayed.
The total playing time displayed includes the silent sections
between tracks. For this reason, it may be a few seconds longer than
the playing time indicated on the disc.
When you open the front panel, the total number of tracks and the
total playing time go out.
Press P to re-start play.
It takes roughly 3 seconds from the time you press El until the disc
is returned to the slot.
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Press HH.
Press P to resume play.
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Press DISC.
[Within 7 seconds]
Select the disc you want with the numeric buttons.
To select a disc from 1 to 9
For example: “6”
To select a disc from 10 to 110
For example: “19”
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Push the buttons within 7 seconds of each other.
Note:
When selecting discs, the 210 button does not respond to
touch.
[Within 7 seconds]
Press >.
The changer will start playing the selected disc from the first
track.
For your reference
e [Е you press DISC ENTER instead of P to select a disc, the disc
number will be displayed but play will not start automatically.
e When in the stop mode, if you select an empty slot, the message
“NO DISC” will appear on the display.
e While a disc is playing, if you select an empty slot, the changer
will automatically play the next disc available.
o If you select “0”, the changer will switch to the single disc play
mode.
After selectin g a disc, select a track with the numeric buttons.
Press the numeric button(s) to select the track.
Play will begin from the selected track.
To select a track from 1 to 9
For example: “6”
To select a two-digit track number 10 or higher
For example: “19”
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Push the buttons within 7 seconds of each other.
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Single disc play is convenient when wanting to playback a specific
disc right away, without going through the usual selection
procedure, for example, to listen to a disc you just bought.
Open the front panel, and set the disc in the slot
No. 0.
Face the disc label to the right and flip the loader upwards to
set the disc,
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Close the front panel and press SINGLE ».
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The changer plays all the tracks in order and stops
automatically when the last track finishes playing.
To cancel single disc play mode
e Select another disc with the numeric buttons,
e Skip to another disc with DISK SKIP (or +).
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(Only avallable from the remote control.)
This function is convenient to use when searching for a desired
track.
The function will search from the beginning of the track for a loud
section, and will play 10 seconds of the track centering around that
point.
The order of scanning is the same as for play mode.
Press ID SCAN.
ID scan will start.
[When the desired track has been found]
Press >. |
The changer will play the track from the beginning.
To cancel ID scan
Press ID SCAN while this function is in operation,
The “ID” indicator will go out.
The changer will continue to play from the track being played.
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‘With disc grouping play, you can register discs under any of five
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1 specific group.
® Each group can hold up to 110 discs.
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{During sequential play or while it is on stop]
Select a disc.
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To select a disc from 1 to 9
For example: “6”
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To select disc from 10 to 110
For example: “19”
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Push the buttons within 7 seconds of each other.
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You can select dises with the DISC SKIP - and + buttons.
[Within 7 seconds]
Press GROUP ENTER.
If any groups have been registered already, their letters will
light up.
[Within 7 seconds]
Press the DISC GROUPING PLAY button you want.
(This inputs the disc into the group.)
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For example: To input a disc in group A.
Press [A].
Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 until you have completed
all items.
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To cancel disc grouping play mode
[In the stop mode)
Press the DISC GROUPING PLAY button indicated on
the display.
The group indication on the display will go out.
For your reference
The group contents will remain stored in memory even after the
unit is switched off.
However, if the power cord is unplugged or the power supply is
otherwise interrupted for an extended length of time, the contents
will be erased from memory,
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You can name your groups, The changer has several preset names
to choose from.
[During sequential play or while it is on stop]
Press GROUP ENTER.
if any groups have been registered already, their letters wiil
light up.
[Within 7 seconds]
Select the name you want with the SKIP/CURSOR
ld and > buttons.
Names change in rotation as shown below, every time you
press SKIP/CURSOR ( [4d or pp )-
BALLADS + BLUES — CLASSIC +— COUNTRY — DANCE
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[Within 7 seconds]
Press the DISC GROUPING PLAY button for the
group you want to name.
For example: To name group A
Press (Al.
4 Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 to name other groups.
To cancel names
Select “RESET” in step 2 and then the name of the group you want
to cancel in step 3. Thereafter, the group will appear as “GROUP ...
(ABC, Dor E)”.
| To check what discs are in what groups
1. [During sequential play or while it is on stop]
Press the DISC GROUPING PLAY button (A, B, C, D or E) you
want and then press M.
2. Press either DISC SKIP button {~ or +).
Every time you press DISC SKIP, the next disc number in order
is displayed.
After checking, if you press the button of a group that is lit on the
display, the disc grouping mode disengages,
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Unless otherwise specified, the changer selects sequential play.
[During sequential play or while it is on stop]
Press the DISC GROUPING PLAY button of the group
you want,
Disc grouping play will start.
For example: To hear group A
Press iA.
@ Unnamed groups will be displayed as “GROUP A, B, C, Dor E”.
9 If you press the group button of a group which has no discs
registered in it, the message “NO INPUT” will appear on the
display.
| To cancel dises from groups E |
Select a disc.
After pressing the DISC button, press the number of the disc
that you want to cancel.
[Within 7 seconds]
Press GROUP ENTER.
[Within 7 seconds]
Press the DISC GROUPING PLAY button you want.
The selected group indication on the display will go out.
For example: To cancel disc No. 6 from group A.
Press [A].
If the disc is registered in more than one group, you can cancel it
from all groups in a single operation by pressing Bl in step 3 (in the
stop mode).
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Program play lets you playback your favorite tracks in the sequence
you want to hear them. The program can hold up to 32 steps.
[In the stop mode]
Press PROGRAM.
Select the disc(s) you want with the numeric
buttons.
For example: To select disc 3.
\DISC| —| 3 || DISC ENTER |
The “AL” indication shows that all the tracks on the disc are
selected.
To program disc numbers only, repeat the above operation.
(The count will increase by one for each operation.)
You can select slot No. 0.
Press the numeric button(s} to specify the track.
For example:To select track No. 20
[210 | [2]. [0]
To program another track from the same disc, simply specify
the track No.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have completed all
entries.
If you attempt a 33rd selection, “PGM FULL” will appear on the
display.
If you enter non-existing disc(s) or track(s), the corresponding
indicator illuminates and the entry is included in the count. In
the play mode, the changer will cancel the non-existing entry.
hal Press b to start play.
To enter additional selections during play, repeat steps 2 and
3.
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{In the stop mode]
Press El.
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(Only available from the remote control.)
о Press RECALL.
0900 Fach time you press RECALL, the display shows the programmed
0000 disc and track number in the sequence you have entered.
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| To clear a single item from the program El |
{Only available from the remote control.)
{In the stop mode]
Press CLEAR.
| Each time you press CLEAR, you will cancel the last entry in the
PROGRAM | order of your programmed selections.
To clear an entry in the middle of the program sequence, press
RECALL repeatedly until the display shows the selection to be
cleared, and then press CLEAR within three seconds after that.
Operations
To cancel the program mode
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Press PROGRAM.
The changer will return to the sequential play mode.
| The programmed contents will remain stored in memory until they
RECALL gr TEEN E e ОН are cleared, even after the program mode is canceled.
PROGR Therefore, after programming, it is possible to cancel the program
mode and use another play mode and then hear the same program
again at a later time.
In addition, if discs are changed, the program will be played using
the new discs. If non-existing entries are found at this time, the
changer will cancel them.
For your reference
The program will remain stored in memory even after the unit is
switched off.
However, if the power cord is unplugged or the power supply is
otherwise interrupted for an extended length of time, the contents
will be erased from memory.
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Special note on recording programs
The changer needs time to change the discs and find the tracks.
Consequently, it will take the changer slightly longer than the total
track time to record everything. Exactly how much longer it will be
will depend on the contents of the program.
Operations
PROGRAM
rect programming
If, while listening to a certain track, you decide that you want to
add that track to your program, you can with direct programming,
{While the track you want to program is playing]
Press DIRECT.
The current track will be added to the tail end of the program.
When you make a program as explained under “Program play”,
and then perform the above procedure without clearing the
program first, the selected track is added to the end of the program.
9 You cannot add to the program if already full, that is, if already 32
selections have been programmed. If you press DIRECT in such
case, the message “PGM FULE” will appear on the display.
Therefore, direct programming is possible only when 31 or less
tracks have been programmed.
¢ During program play, the DIRECT button does not respond to
touch.
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[In the stop model
Press PROGRAM and check “PROGRAM” appears on
the display, then press №.
The program will start from the first track.
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To check programmed contents.
(See page 17.)
To clear a single item from the program.
(See page 17.)
To clear all programmed contents.
[In the stop mode]
Press Bi.
RANDOM
MODE
“(Only available from the remote control.)
The tracks will be played in random order. There are two types of
random play as described below.
The changer wilt play all tracks on the current disc in random
order. Then, it will choose a new disc randomly, excluding the discs
already played, and play all tracks on that disc in random order.
[In the stop or play mode]
Press RANDOM MODE so that the “1 DISC RANDOM”
indicator illuminates.
Each time the button is pressed, the display will change in the
following order: 1 DISC RANDOM -— FULL RANDOM — (off).
The changer will stop automatically when all the tracks on all discs
have been played once.
In the single disc play mode
Only tracks from the disc in slot No.0 are played, though played in
random order.
Every time you press RANDOM MODE, the display switches
between OFF and “RANDOM”.
in the disc grouping play mode.
The changer randomly plays tracks only from discs included in the
selected group.
The changer will play tracks from ali of the discs at random,
However, it may choose the same track twice. In a single pass, the
changer can play up to 250 tracks.
[In the stop or play mode]
Press RANDOM MODE so that the “FULL RANDOM”
indicator illuminates.
Each time the button is pressed, the display will change in the
following order: 1 DISC RANDOM — FULL RANDOM — (off).
Once the changer has played the maximum 250 tracks, it stops
automaticaliy.
The disc in slot No.0 will not be played.
In the disc grouping play mode.
The changer selects tracks randomly from all discs in the group but
not from other groups.
To cancel random play mode
Press IH.
The “1 DISC (or FULL) RANDOM” indicator will go out.
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(Only available from the remote control.)
Play will continue endlessly in accordance with the specific play
mode selected.
[Before or during play]
LÉ es o — Press REPEAT.
In the sequential play mode
All tracks of all discs will be played repeatedly.
In the single disc play mode
The changer will repeatedly play all tracks on the disc in slot No. 0.
In the program play mode
The changer plays only the programmed selections in the
programmed sequence repeatedly.
In the one disc random play mode
When the changer has played all the tracks on the current disc in
random order. Then, it will choose a new disc randomly, excluding
de a E EL EEN + the discs already played, and play continuously. The sequence
= differs each time.
AEPEAT = — — i Inthe full random play mode
1 4° Once the changer has played the maximum 250 tracks, it will select
a new random sequence and will continue playing.
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To repeat the same track over and over
1. Select the desired track using the program play procedure on
page 16.
2. Press REPEAT to display "CD ”,
3. Press Pb.
To cancel repeat mode
Press RÉPEAT again,
The “ CO” indicator will go out.
You can search rapidly forward or backward on a disc for specific
sections.
[In the play or pause mode]
Press and hold SEARCH/CHARACTER ( «4 or bb).
44 : You can search backward.
PD: You can search forward.
Release the button when you reach the desired point.
The changer will return to the previous mode (play or pause).
In the sequential/disc grouping play mode
When the changer finishes searching the current disc, it starts
searching the next one.
In the single disc play mode
You can search forward or backward only within the current disc,
In the program/random play mode
You can search forward or backward only within the current track.
Use this function to skip discs when selecting a disc you wish to
listen to.
You can use this function in stop, sequential play, one disc random
play and disc grouping plav modes.
Press either DISC SKIP (- or +) until you reach the
desired disc.
— Skips backwarels to the preceding disc.
+: Skips forward to next disc.
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e The changer skips over empty slots.
e This function does not work in the ful! disc random play mode or
during program play.
e If you attempt to use this function during single disc play, the
changer will cancel single disc play.
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Use this function to skip tracks when selecting a track which you
wish to listen to.
Press either SKIP/CURSOR (dd or bb) until you
reach the desired track.
hdd : You can skip backward.
Pi: You can skip forward.
In the sequential/single disc/disc grouping/program play mode
In the program play mode, you can skip from one track to another
in the programmed sequence.
In any other mode, you can skip forward and backward within the
current disc only.
FH : You can skip to the beginning of the track being played. If
you press this button again quickly, you can skip to the
beginning of the previous track.
BB: You can skip as many tracks as the number of times you
press the button.
In the random play mode
ke : You can skip to the beginning of the current track.
PD: You can skip to the beginning of a next track in the random
order the changer has selected.
You can also skip tracks when the changer is in the stop mode or
pause mode.
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CD-TEXT disc has text informations such as titles, artist's name, etc.
The CD-TEXT function is not available until you play a piece of the
disc and the changer reads the text informaion. The same applies
when changing discs too.
If the CDs you have are without text information, you can input the
information yourself for eventual display.
Press TEXT MODE.
The display is changed in the following order:
In the stop mode
Album title — Artist name — Total playing time
in the play mode
Song title — Album title — Artist name — Time information
® Text informations will each appear up to a maximum of 32
characters. During play, the recorded album title and/or song title
is displayed in its entirety even if it is longer than 32 characters.
e Song titles are not displayed after a certain number of tracks if
there are many tracks on the disc or if titles are exceptionally long.
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You cannot text search in program play / random play / ID scan
To search discs
(Album title search / Artist name search} F3
Press TEXT MODE until the “ALBUM” or “ARTIST”
indication appears on the display.
To search for a specific album titie, cali up “ALBUM” on the
display. For a specific artist's name, make sure “ARTIST” is
displayed.
Press ¥ or A to select the desired disc.
Every time you press one of these buttons, the display
changes in alphabetical order as follows.
Y: Titles or names progress in reverse order.
A: Titles or names progress in regular order.
If, while the “SEARCH” indication is flashing on the display,
you press the TEXT MODE button, the search mode changes
but not the currently displayed disc.
In the disc grouping play mode, the search is limited to the
selected group and slot No. 0.
[Within 10 seconds]
Press >.
The changer will start playing the selected disc.
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You can search through just the disc in play if you want.
[In the play mode]
Press TEXT MODE until the song title or time
information appears on the display.
Press ¥ or A to select the desired track.
Every time you press one of these buttons, the track number
changes in order as follows.
Y: Numbers progress in reverse order,
A: Numbers progress in regular order.
[Within 10 seconds]
Press >,
The changer will start playing the selected track,
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You can input the album title and artist's name for discs without
text information. Each album title and artist's name can be up to 32
characters long.
[In the stop mode]
Select a disc.
Example: To select slot No. 109
DISC — 1 — 0 — 9 > DISC ENTER
Press TEXT MODE until the “ALBUM” or “ARTIST”
indication appears on the display.
To input an aibum title, call up “ALBUM” on the display. For
an artist's name, make sure “ARTIST” is displayed.
Press TEXT EDIT.
The cursor will start flashing when the changer is in the text
edit mode.
Press SEARCH/CHARACTER ( 44 or Pi> } to
select the character.
If either SEARCH/CHARACTER button is pressed, the
character changes.
You can select from the following letters and symbols to
input text.
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0123456789
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Y py (space)
Letters and symbois appearing on the display may vary
slightly from the printed listing.
As the Y and 4 buttons are pressed, character type and case
change in the foliowing order:
CAPITALS (A) — small case (a)— Numerals (1)+— Symbols (1)
Press SKIP/CURSOR ( pb).
This enters the selected character and moves the cursor to the
next character space.
6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to enter characters.
Press TEXT EDIT,
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TEXT discs.
e With discs not recorded with CD-TEXT, text information you
input is linked to the specific slot No. when you make your input.
Therefore, this information is deleted if you move the disc to
another siot.
For your reference
While in the text edit mode, you can cancel your input by pressing
the STOP button.
To revise text information
Ee Revisions are made in either of the following 2 wavs.
lin, + e Torevise one character only
> 1 Select the text listing where wanting to make your revision.
Press TEXT EDIT.
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® To clear all characters
1. Select the text listing you want to clear.
2. Press TEXT EDIT.
3. Press CLEAR of the remote control.
Once the listing has been cleared, input the new listing.
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Time mode selection
(Only available from the remote control.)
Various time information of the current disc can be accessed.
[In the play or pause mode]
Press TIME MODE.
The information will change each time you press the button.
(1: Track number and elapsed play time of the current track
2 Total remaining time on the disc
(3) Track number and remaining time of the current track
(4) Total elapsed play time on the disc
In all play modes
When track number 21 or greater is playing, display (3 shows “---:-—”,
In the program/random play mode
The displayed information will alternate between displays (1) and
(3) each time the button is pressed.
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1 — When you stop playing and then start play again, the display will
return the display (1.
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PAOGRAM CLEAR RECALL PROGRAM
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To turn OFF/ON the main
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To select a specific disc O ap O O O = CO
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A A MM To select a track between 1 and 9:
O O O Press the corresponding number on
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To selact a specific track
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or higher:
7 8 3 0 First press 210, and then press the
O O numbers for the two digits.
To start play
To stop play temporarily
Press # button to resume play.
To stop play
Single disc/random piay
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RANDOM Each time the button is pressed, the random mode
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To stop random play CT) This stops play and cancels random play at the
same time.
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To skip discs
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To skip tracks
(Before or during play)
To repeat play REPEAT To cancel repeat mode.
Press REPEAT again.
To search for a desired
place
{In the play or pause mode}
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To start ID scan
ID SCAN
Press y when the desired track has been found.
To change time data shown
in the display
(In the play or pause mode)
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you have completed all entries.
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To check programmed AECALL The selections entered are displayed one by one
contents each Hme this button is pressed.
To clear a single item from CLEAR
Only the selection which is currently displayed is
cleared.
To clear all programmed
(In the stop mode}
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(In the play mode)
To add the track currently DIRECT
being played to the program PROGRAM
CD-TEXT function
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information of the display
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Disc grouping play
PROSAAM CLEAR
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D JA 2B WC Select the disc
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A 28 a Select a group.
GROUP Repeat steps (1%, @ and ‘3;
4/0 5/E until you have compieted
all items,
To cancel discs from
groups
Perform above steps (T and (2), and then select the group you want to
cancel in step ©.
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. № in step (3) above. (In the stop mode)
To name groups
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Select the group naming mode.
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Call up the group name you want on the display.
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How to remove CDs
Press on center piece and
lift trom both sides,
How to return CDs to their case
Face label upwards and
press downward from
above.
Do not touch the recorded
surface
How to clean CDs
compact discs having this mark.
However, do not use irregular shape CDs
(heart-shape, octagonal, etc.). CDs of the
sort can damage the unit.
‘With this changer, you can only play NE:
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DIGITAL AUDIO
Handle CDs as shown on the left (7 Pe).
e Jf you are taking the disc from a cold to a warm environment,
moisture may form on the disc. Wipe this off with a soft, dry, lint-
free cloth before using the disc.
® Do not write on the label side with a ball-point pen or other
writing instrument.
e Do not use record cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner, static
electricity prevention liquids or any other solvent.
e Do not use discs with poorly attached labels or stickers. Adhesive
protruding from peeled off stickers can cause the changer to
malfunction.
Be sure to store discs in their cases to protect them from dust,
scratches, and warping.
Do not place or store discs in the following places:
e Locations exposed to direct sunlight
¢ Humid or dusty locations
® Locations directly exposed to a heat vent or heating appliance
à In the glove compartment or on the rear deck of an automobile
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Before requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a
possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple
checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the
problem and restore proper operation.
If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the
remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to
the directory of Authorized Service Centers (enclosed with this
unit) to locate a convenient service center, or consult your Technics
dealer for instructions.
Reference pages indicated in black circtes. (For example: 63)
|| Problem
Probable cause(s)
Suggested remedy
Changer will not play.
À disc(s) or other foreign object(s} has fallen inside
the changer.
a Open the front panel, and then remove the object.
Moisture has collected in the changer.
e Allow the changer to dry out for about one hour
before using if.
The disc in the changer
does not play.
The disc label is facing left.
e Set the disc with the label facing right. (6)
The discis dirty.
e Wipe the disc with a soft cloth. (6)
The disc is scratched.
The disc is warped.
The disc is not within specified standards.
© Replace the disc with a new one.
Play stops before changing
to the next disc.
The front panel is open.
e Close the panel.
A certain music passage
can’t be played correctly.
The disc is dirty.
e Wipe the disc with a soft cloth. (@)
The disc is scratched.
o Replace the disc with a new one.
There is noise from the
tuner or disturbance on the
TV screen.
Caused by high-frequency signals from this
changer.
e Use the changer further away from the tuner or
TV. |
* If the tuner or TV's antenna is the indoor type, use
an outdoor one.
The error message “NO
PGM” appears on the
display, when program play
is started.
Play was started without a track being
programmed.
e Program a track. (1)
The error message
“ERROR” appears on the
display, and the changer
stops operating.
The mechanism of the changer has been
improperly adjusted.
* Turn the unit off and then back on again.
The error message “F-26”
appears on the display and
the changer stops
operating.
The servo LSI has malfunctioned.
e Unpiug the changer from its outlet, replug itin
and turn the changer ON again.
The error message “TAKE
QUT” appears on the
display and the changer
stops operating.
A disc has been put in the slot of the disc in play.
o Remove the disc whose number is displayed and
press the stop button.
Because of light or noise, the changer has detected
a disc in the slot of the disc being played, even
through it is empty.
e Check whether there is a disc in the displayed slot.
With the front panel closed, hold down IN for at
least 4 seconds.
The changer does not
respond correctly to remote
commands.
The batteries have run out.
® Replace batteries with new ones.
There is an obstruction between the remote
control and the changer.
e Remove the obstruction.
The batteries are inserted incorrectly.
[The (+) and {~} polarities are reversed.]
¢ Reinsert batteries so that the polarities are correct.
Do not attempt to remove the cover(s) or repair the unit yourself.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
For product service, product information or assistance in product
operation, refer to the servicenter directory.
Having your unit serviced
Before bringing in your changer for service, be sure to remove all
discs first.
If the disc in play doesn't return to its slot when you press Ef, hold
the button down for about 4 seconds. The disc should return to the
slot.
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No. of channels 2 (left and right, stereo)
Frequency response 2-20,000 Hz, +1 dB
Qutput voltage 2 V (at 0 dB}
Dynamic range 92 dB
S/N 100 dB
Harmonic distortion 0.007% (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Wow and flutter Below measurable limit
DA converter MASH (1 bit)
Output impedance Approx.1 kQ
Load impedance More than 10 kQ
SM PICKUP
Wavelength 780 nm
BI GENERAL
Power supply
For United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z, AC 50 Hz, 230-240 V
For others AC 50/60 Hz, 110V, 127V, 220V, 230-240 V
Power consumption
For United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z. 14 W
For others 17 W
Dimensions (WXHX D) 430X170X387 mm
Weight 7.0 kg
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice,
Weight and dimensions are approximate.
| MASH is a trademark of NTT. |
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