Page 1 SOINTY4-234-045-11 (1) £ Compact Disc Player Operating

Page 1 SOINTY4-234-045-11 (1) £ Compact Disc Player Operating
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Compact Disc
Operating Instructions
O 2001 Sony Corporation
Playing the CD
— Normal Play/Shuffle Play/Repeat
This unit lets you play the CD in different play
1 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until the
mode you want appears.
Select To play |
All discs in the player
(Continuous consecutively in the order of disc
Play) number.
| DISC Only the disc you've selected.
ALL DISCS All tracks on all discs in random
SHUFFLE order.
I DISC All tracks on the specific disc in
SHUFFLE random order.
PROGRAM The tracks on the CD in the
order you want them to be
played (see “Programming the
; CD tracks” on page 11).
2 Press —.
* You can select the disc you want to start playing
first by pressing one of the DISC 1 — 5 buttons.
* You can specify discs during ALL DISCS Shuffle
Play mode, and the tracks on the specified discs are
played in a random order.
Press DISC | —5 to specify the dises after Step |.
Semi-circles appear around the specified disc
numbers in the display. To cancel the selected discs.
press DISC | —5 again. The semi-circles disappear.
To return to ALL DISCS Shuffle Play, press PLAY
MODE until “ALL DISCS SHUFFLE" appears in
the display.
You can select the playing mode by pressing
remote (CDP-CE375 ONLY).
Repeat Play Operations
You can play the CD tracks repeatedly in any
play modes.
To activate the Repeat Play function, press
REPEAT until "REPEAT" appears in the
Repeat only one track Until “REPEAT 1" appears
while playing the track you
уни р want to repeat.
Cancel Repeat Play Until “REPEAT ог
“REPEAT 17 disappears.
When you are in the Repeat Play function. the
player repeats the tracks as follows:
When the disc is The player repeats
played in
Continuous Play All the tracks on all discs
Continuous Play All the tracks on the current
(1 DISC) disc
Shuffle Play All the tracks on all discs in
( ALL DISC 5) 3 random order
Shuffle Play All the tracks on the current
(1 DISC) A disc in random order
Program Play The same program
(page 11)
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Other Operations
To Do this
Stop playback Press M.
Pause Press II. Press II again or
= to resume play.
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Select a track
During play or pause, turn
IIIAMS EE clockwise
(to go forward) or
counterclockwise (to go
(or press PP to go
forward) or Ft (to go
backward) on the remote
ры (CDP-CE375 only)).
Select a track directly Press the number button on
the remote (CDP-CE375
Press DISC | —5.
Find a point in a track Press and hold s > or <<
during playback, and
— | release al the desired point.
Play tracks in random Press PLAY MODE until
order “SHUFFLE” appears in the
display. —
LEVEL +/— on the remote
(CDP-CE375 only).
Go to the next disc
Select a disc directly
Remove the CD
Adjust the volume
* When you directly locate a track numbered over 10,
press >10 first, then the corresponding number
buttons. To enter “0,” use button 10.
Example: To play track number 30
Press >10 first. then 3 and 10.
* You can adjust the analog output level with the
ANALOG OUT LEVEL +/- on the remote (page 6)
(CDP-CE375 only).
* You can adjust the headphones volume on the
remote. To adjust the volume, connect the
headphones to the PHONES jack and adjust the
volume with the ANALOG OUT LEVEL +/- on
the remote (CDP-CE375 only).
* If there 1s no CD in the player, “no dISC” appears
in the display.
= If *=3 =" appears in the display, the disc has
reached the end while you were pressing PP. Press
4 or tum ISA MSEE counterclockwise to go
* If you press ANALOG OUT LEVEL +/- on the
remote while recording, the recording level will
change even when itis preset on the tape deck, etc
(CDP-CE375 only).
Using the CD display
You can check information about the disc using
the display.
In the stop mode
Press TIME.
Current disc number Total playing time
Total number of tracks Music calendar
The display shows the current disc number, the
total number of tracks, total playing time and
music calendar.
The information also appears when you press
SOPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray.
The tracks numbered over 20 cannot be
displayed in the music calendar.
Notes on the disc number
* The red circle around a disc number
indicates the disc is ready to be played.
* When all the tracks on a disc have been
played, the semi-circle around the disc
number disappears.
* When a disc compartment is recognized as
empty, the semi-circled disc number
During normal playback
While playing a disc, the display shows the
current disc number, track number, playing
time of the track and the music calendar.
The track numbers in the music calendar
disappear after they are played.
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To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage within the products enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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
harmiul 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
— Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
— Increase the separation between the equipment and
— Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
— Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modification
not expressly approved in this manual could void
vour authority to operate this equipment.
Owner's Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear
of the unit.
Record the serial number in the space provided
below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No.
Serial No.
AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified
service shop.
Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
To prevent fire, do not Cover the ventilation of the
apparatus with news papers, table-cloths, curtains,
etc. And don t place lighted candles on the apparatus.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place vases on
the appartus.
About this manual
The instructions in this manual are for CDP-CE375
and CDP-CE275. CDP-CE375 is the model used for
illustration purposes only. Any difference in
operation is clearly indicated in the text, for example,
“CDP-CE375 only.”
Instructions in this manual describe the controls on
the player.
You can also use the controls on the remote if they
have the same or similar names as those on the player
(CDP-CE375 only).
Table of Contents
Parts Identification
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Parts Identification
Front Panel
The items are arranged in alphabetical order.
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
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CHECK 20 (11. 12)
CLEAR [9] (11, 12)
DISC 1-5 [2] (8.9, 11)
Disc compartment [17] (7)
DISC SKIP [8] (7, 10. 12)
Display [3] (9)
EX-CHANGE [7] (10, 13)
FADER [13 (12)
PEAK SEARCH [12 (13)
PHONES jack [21] (9)
PLAY MODE [11] (8,9. 11, 13)
POWER [1] (7)
Remote sensor 16 (6)
REPEAT [14 (8)
TIME [15 (9, 10)
TIME EDIT [19] (12)
£ OPEN/CLOSE [22 (7. 9)
> [4] (8. 11, 13)
Ш [5] (9, 13)
№ [61 (9. 13)
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Rear Panel
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ANALOG OUT L/R jacks [2] (6)
Mains lead [3] (6)
Remote Control (CDP-CE375 only)
(6, 7)
CHECK [12 (11, 12)
CLEAR [13 (11, 12)
CONTINUE [2] (8)
DISC 1-5 [7] (8,9, 11)
DISC SKIP [15 (7, 10, 12)
FADER [14] (12)
Number buttons [5] (9, 11)
PROGRAM [11] (8)
REPEAT [3] (8)
SHUFFLE [1] (8)
TIME [4] (9, 10)
>10 [6] (9)
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Getting Started
Inserting Batteries Into
the Remote Control (CDP-
CE375 only)
You can control the player using the supplied
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries by matching
the + and — on the batteries to the diagram
inside the battery compartment.
Insert the negative (=) end first, then push in
and down until the positive (+) end clicks into
When using the remote, point it at the remote
sensor Ed on the player.
When the remote no longer operates the system,
replace both batteries with new ones.
* Do not leave the remote near an extremely hot or
humid place.
* Do not drop any foreign object into the remote
casing, particularly when replacing the batteries.
* Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight
or lighting apparatuses. Doing so may cause a
* Tf you don’t use the remote for an extended period
of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible
damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
Hooking Up the System
This section describes how to hook up the CD
player to an amplifier. Be sure to turn off the
power of each component before making the
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Tip (CDP-CE375 only)
You can adjust the analog output level to the
amplifier using the remote comes with this player.
Press ANALOG OUT LEVEL +/- on the remote.
You can reduce the output level up to —0 dB.
When you reduce the analog output level, “FADE”
appears in the display.
When you turn off the player, the analog output level
automatically returns to the maximum level.
Making digital hookups
[f you have a digital component such as a
digital amplifier, D/A converter, DAT, or MD,
connect the component via the DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL) connector using the optical cable
(not supplied). Take off the cap and plug in the
optical cable.
Mote that you cannot use the following
functions when making this connection:
* Fading In or Out (see page 12)
* Adjusting the output level using the
ANALOG OUT LEVEL +/- buttons on the
Optical cable (not supplied)
CD player Digital component
When you connect via the DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL) connector, noise may occur when you
play CD software other than music, such as a CD-
Transporting the player
Before transporting the player, follow the
procedure below to return the internal
mechanisms back to their original position.
1 Remove all the discs from the disc tray.
2 Press 2 OPEN/CLOSE to close the
disc tray.
“no dISC” appears in the display.
3 Wait for 10 seconds, then press
POWER to turn off the player.
Playing CDs
Loading a CD
1 Turn on the amplifier and select the CD
player position so that you can listen to
the sound from this player.
2 Press POWER to turn on the player.
3 Press 20PEN/CLOSE.
The disc compartment slides out.
4 Place a disc on the disc tray with the
label side up.
Disc number
When you play a CD single,
place it on the inner circle
of the tray.
5 To place other discs, press DISC SKIP
and place the discs in the order you
want to play.
Each time you press the button, the disc tray
turns and you can place the discs in the
empty disc compartments. The player plays
the disc in front of you first.
6 Press ÉOPEN/CLOSE to close the disc
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Using the CD display (continued)
To check the remaining time
Press TIME during playback.
Each time you press this button while playing a
disc, the display changes as shown in the chart
Playing time and number on the current track
— Remaining time on the current track —
Remaining time on the disc
« When the disc has more than 24 tracks, ——.——
appears instead of the remaining time.
* The remaining time on the disc appears only when
the disc is played in Continuous Play.
Replacing Discs While
Playing a Disc
You can open the disc tray while playing a disc
so that you can check what discs are to be
played next and replace discs without
interrupting playback of the current disc.
1 Press EX-CHANGE.
The disc tray opens and two disc
compartments appear. Even if the player is
playing a disc, it doesn’t stop playing.
2 Replace discs in the compartments
with new ones.
The player plays the disc on the left side
compartment after the current disc, and then
the one on the right side compartment.
3 Press DISC SKIP.
The disc tray turns and other two disc
compartments appear.
e Replace discs in the compartments
with new ones.
5 Press EX-CHANGE.
The disc tray closes.
While the disc tray is open by
pressing the EX-CHANGE button
* If the playback of the current disc ends, the
player stops playing. If the disc is played in
1 DISC Repeat Play mode (see page 8), the
current disc starts playing again.
* In ALL DISCS Shuffle Play mode (see page
8), tracks are reshuffled on the current disc.
» In Program Play mode (see page 11), only
the tracks on the current disc are played.
* Do not push the disc tray to close it in
Step 5, as you may damage the
Programming the CD
You can arrange the order of the tracks on the
discs and create your own program. The
program can contain up to 32 “steps” — one
“step” may contain a track or a whole disc.
1 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until
“PROGRAM” appears in the display
before you start playing.
If a program is already stored, the last step
of the program appears in the display. When
you want to erase the whole program, hold
down CLEAR until “ALL CLr" appears in
the display (see page 12).
2 Press DISC 1 — 5 to select the disc.
“AL” in the display stands for “all” tracks,
When you want to program the whole disc
as one step, skip Step 3, and go to Step 4.
3 Turn KKIAMSDD until the track you
want appears and push I<+JAMSE>E1 to
select the track.
The track number that you programmed, the
playing order, and the total playing time
appear in the display.
If you've made a mistake
Press CLEAR, then repeat Step 2.
You can select the track using the number buttons
on the remote. To select a track with a number
over 10, use >10 (see page 9).
4 To program other discs or tracks, do
the following:
To program Repeat Step(s)
Other discs 2
Other tracks on the 3
same disc
Other tracks on 2 and 3
other discs
5 Press to start Program Play.
To cancel Program Play
* You can create your program while checking the
disc labels.
While the disc tray 15 open, follow Steps 1 to 4 with
pressing the DISC SKIP button to check the disc
labels. If you close the disc tray before Step 5, the
total playing time appears in the display after a
Note that, if the programmed track number isn’t
found on the disc. that step 1s automatically erased.
* The program remains even after the Program Play
ends. When you press the C= buiton, you can play
the same program again.
* The program remains until you erase it or turn off
the player. If you replace discs. the programmed
disc and track numbers remain. So, the player plays
only the existing disc and track numbers. However,
the disc and track numbers that aren't found in the
player or on the disc are deleted from the program,
and the rest of the program is played in the
programmed order.
* For the recording to the A side or B side of the
cassette tape, you can pause Program Play.
The total playing time doesn't appear when:
— You have programmed a track whose number
exceeds 20.
— The total playing time of the program exceeds 200
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Checking the track order
You can check your program before or after
you start playing.
Press CHECK.
Each time you press this button, the display
shows the track (the disc and track numbers) or
the disc (the disc number and “AL” indication)
of each step in the programmed order. After the
last step in the program, the display shows
“End” and returns to the original display. If you
check the order after you start playing, the
display shows only the remaining steps.
Additional Information
On safety
« Caution — The use of optical instruments with this
product will increase eye hazard.
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the
cabinet, unplug the player and have it checked by
qualified personnel before operating it any further.
Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g., heart, square,
star) cannot be played on this unit. Attempting to do
s0 may damage the unit, Do not use such discs.
On power sources
* Before operating the player, check that the
operating voltage of the player is identical with
your local power supply. The operating voltage is
indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the player.
The player is not disconnected from the AC power
source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall
outlet, even if the player itself has been turned off,
If you are not going to use the player for a long
time, be sure to disconnect the player from the wall
outlet, To disconnect the AC power cord (mains
lead), grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord.
* AC power cord must be changed only at the
qualified service shop.
On placement
* Place the player in a location with adequate
ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the player,
Do not place the player on a soft surface such as a
rug that might block the ventilation holes on the
Do not place the player in a location near heat
sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight,
excessive dust or mechanical shock.
On operation
* If the player is brought directly from à cold to a
warm location, or is placed in a very damp room,
moisture may condense on the lenses inside the
player. Should this occur, the player may not
operate properly, In this case, remove the disc and
leave the player turned on for about an hour until
the moisture evaporates.
On adjusting volume
* Do not turn up the volume while listening to a
portion with very low level inputs or no audio
signals. If you do, the speakers may be damaged
when a peak level portion is played.
On cleaning
* Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft
cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent
solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad,
scouring powder, or solvent such as alcohol or
If you have any questions or problems
concerning your player, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Notes on CDs
On handling CDs
* To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its edge.
Do not touch the surface.
« Do not stick paper or tape on the dise,
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat
sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in à car
parked in direct sunlight as there can be
considerable rise in temperature inside the car.
Do not use any commercially available stabilizer, If
you do, the disc and the player may be damaged,
* After playing, store the disc in its case.
On cleaning
« Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning cloth,
Wipe the disc from the centre out.
* Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray
intended for vinyl LPs.
Notes on CD-R/CD-RW playback
* Discs recorded on CD-R/CD-RW drives may not be
played back because of scratches, dirt, recording
condition, or the drive's characteristics. Besides, the
discs, which are not yet finalized at the end of
recording, cannot be played back.
If you experience any of the following
difficulties while using the player, use this
troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the
problem. Should any problem persist, consult
your nearest Sony dealer,
There's no sound,
* Check that the player is connected securely.
* Маке sure you operate the amplifier correctly.
* Adjust the analog output level with ANALOG
OUT LEVEL +/- on the remote (CDP-CE375
The CD does not play.
There's no CD inside the player, “no dISC"
appears. Insert a CD,
Place the CD with the label side up on the disc
tray correctly,
Clean the CD (see page 14).
Moisture has condensed inside the player.
Remove the disc and leave the player turned on
Гог about an hour,
Place the CD in the correct position on the disc
The recording level has changed.
" The recording level changes if you adjust the
analog output level with ANALOG OUT
LEVEL +/- on the remote during recording
(CDP-CE375 only).
The remote does not function (CDP-CE375 only).
* Remove the obstacles in the path of the remote
and the player.
Point the remote at the remote sensor E on the
Replace all the batteries in the remote with new
ones if they are weak,
The player functions incorrectly.
* The microcomputer chips may be operating
incorrectly, Turn the power off, then turn it back
on to reset the player.
Compact disc player
Laser Semiconductor laser (A =
780 nm)
Emission duration:
2 Hz to 20 kHz £+ 0.5 dB
More than 93 dB
Less than 0.0045%
Frequency response
Dynamic range
Harmonic distortion
Jack Maximum Load
type output level Impedance
ANALOG Phono 2V Over 10
OUT jacks (at 50 kilohms) kilohms
DIGITAL. Optical —-18 dBm Wave
OUT output length:
(OPTICAL) connector 660 nm
PHONES Stereo 10 mW 32 ohms
(CDP-CE375 phone
only) Juek
Power requirements 120 Y AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption ll W
Dimensions (approx.) 430 x 110 x 400 mm
(w/h/d) (17 x 4 3/8 x 15 3/4 in.)
incl, projecting parts
Mass (approx.) Skg(ll lbs 1 oz)
Supplied accessories
Audio cord (2 phono plugs = 2 phono plugs) (1)
Remote commander (remote) (1) (CDP-CE375 only)
R6 (size AA) batteries (2) (CDP-CE375 only)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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Programming the CD tracks
Changing the track order
You can change your program before you start
To You need to
Press CHECK until the track you
don't want appears in the display,
then press CLEAR,
Erase the last track Press CLEAR. Each time you
in the program press the button, the last track will
be cleared.
Add tracks to the — Follow Steps 2 through 4 of the
endof the programming procedure,
Erase a track
Change the whole Hold down CLEAR until “ALL
program CLr” appears in the display.
completely Create a new program following
the programming procedure,
Fading In or Out
You can manually fade in or out to prevent
tracks from starting or ending abruptly.
Note that you cannot use this effect when you
use the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
To Press FADER
Start play fading in During pause, "FADE" flashes.
The play fades in,
End play fading out When you want to start fading
out. "FADE" flashes. Then play
fades out and the player pauses.
Fading time lasts for 5 seconds.
Recording From CDs
Recording a CD by
Specifying Tape Length
(Time Edit)
You can have the player create a program that
will fit the length of the tape.
The player automatically creates a program,
keeping the original order of the disc.
The program can contain up to 32 steps (a
pause inserted between steps is counted as one
Note that tracks numbered over 20 cannot be
programmed automatically.
1 Press DISC SKIP to select the disc.
2 Press TIME EDIT repeatedly before you
start playing until “EDIT” appears and
“A” in the [21] indication flashes in the
3 Press << or >> to specify the tape
Each time you press these buttons, the
display changes as shown below, with the
tape length of one side following each
C-46 23.00 + C-54 27.00 +— C-60 30.00
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---- + C-90 45,00 + C-74 37.00
4 Press TIME EDIT to have the player
create the program.
The display shows the tracks to be recorded,
`В” п Ше (2X8) indication flashes in the
5 When you record on both sides of the
tape, press TIME EDIT again.
The player inserts a pause, then creates the
program for side B. The display shows the
programmed tracks.
When you record on one side of the tape,
skip this step.
6 start recording on the deck and then
press [= on the player.
7 Reverse the tape to side B and press
[= or Il on the player to resume
playing the remaining tracks.
To cancel Time Edit
* You can program the trucks you want in advance.
Create a program selecting the desired tracks, then
follow Steps 2 to 7. Be careful that the total playing
time of the program does not exceed the tape length
of one side.
* You can set the tape length freely using
Example: When the tape length of one side is 30
minutes and 15 seconds
1 To set the minutes, turn IKK AMS
DT until “30% appears in the display,
then push <1 AMS BEL
2 To set the seconds, turn FI AMS
DD until “157 appears in the display,
then push ES AMS E.
* To check and change your program, see pages 11
and 12.
Adjusting the Recording
Level (Peak Search)
The player locates the highest level among the
tracks to be recorded to let you adjust the
recording level before you start recording.
1 Before you start playing, press PEAK
“PEAK” flashes in the display and the
player starts scanning the disc searching for
the highest peak level.
After scanning all the tracks, the player
repeats the portion with the highest peak
2 Adjust the recording level on the deck.
3 Press M on the player to stop Peak
“PEAK” disappears from the display.
* The portion with the highest level may differ every
time vou try the adjustment on the same disc. The
difference is, however, so slight that you won't
find any problem in adjusting the recording level
e Peak Search does not operate while you open the
disc tray by pressing the EX-CHANGE button.
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