HX-D2 - Clarion
Owner’s manual
HIGH-FIDELITY AM/FM CD PLAYER
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Clarion Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2004: Clarion Co., Ltd.
Printed in japan /
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2004/5 (Abe.K)
PE-2628K
280-8094-00
English
Thank you for purchasing this Clarion product.
∗ Please read this owner’s manual in its entirety before operating this equipment.
∗ After reading this manual, be sure to keep it in a handy place (e.g., glove compartment).
∗ This manual includes the operating procedures of the CD changer and TV tuner connected via the
CeNET cable. The CD changer and TV tuner have their own manuals, but no explanations for operating them are described.
Contents
1. FEATURES ...................................................................................................................................... 2
2. PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................................................................. 3
Handling Compact Discs ................................................................................................................. 4
Digital Wiring ................................................................................................................................... 4
3. CONTROLS .................................................................................................................................... 5
4. NOMENCLATURE .......................................................................................................................... 6
Names of the Buttons and their Functions ...................................................................................... 6
Major Button Operations when External Equipment is Connected to this Unit ................................ 7
Display Items ................................................................................................................................... 8
5. REMOTE CONTROL ....................................................................................................................... 9
Inserting the Batteries ...................................................................................................................... 9
Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons .................................................................................... 10
6. OPERATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 11
Basic Operations ............................................................................................................................ 11
Radio Operations ........................................................................................................................... 13
CD Operations ............................................................................................................................... 14
Operations Common to Each Mode .............................................................................................. 16
7. OPERATIONS OF ACCESSORIES .............................................................................................. 25
CD Changer Operations ................................................................................................................ 25
TV Operations ................................................................................................................................ 27
8. IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY ............................................................................................................ 29
9. ERROR DISPLAYS ....................................................................................................................... 30
10. SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 30
APPENDIX : TIME ALIGNMENT LIST ................................................................................................ 32
MEMO : SOUND SETUP MEMO ........................................................................................................ 34
1. FEATURES
• 96kHz High sampling conversion sound
• Burr Brown DACs / 0.5dB STEP Burr Brown Volume
• 6N 8ch / MAX 8 Volt Gold Plated RCA Line Level Output and 4-Channel RCA AUX Input with 3 Level
Adjustments
• 0.7cm STEP Time alignment / 4WAY Cross-Over / 5-BAND Parametoric EQ
• Direct (Front+Rear+Non-fader) / Standard (Front2Way+Rear+SUB) / 4-Way Multi Mode
• Alminum Upper Covered DC-DC converter
• CeNET with Balanced Audio Line Transmission and Dynamic Noise Canceling
• IR Remote Control Included
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Display Items
Handling Compact Discs
: Speaker indication
: Disc indication
: Scan indication
: Repeat indication
: Random indication
1. When the inside of the car is very cold and the
player is used soon after switching on the
heater moisture may form on the disc or the
optical parts of the player and proper playback
may not be possible. If moisture forms on the
disc, wipe it off with a soft cloth. If moisture
forms on the optical parts of the player, do not
use the player for about one hour. The
condensation will disappear naturally allowing
normal operation.
2. Driving on extremely bumpy roads which
cause severe vibration may cause the sound
to skip.
3. This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even in
the event that trouble arises, never open the
case, disassemble the unit, or lubricate the
rotating parts.
Operation status indication
Titles, frequency, clock, etc. are displayed.
: Cursor indication
: Range adjustment indication
or
mark.
Do not play heart-shaped, octagonal, or other
specially shaped compact discs.
Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode
may not be usable.
Handling
• Compared to ordinary music CDs, CD-R and
CD-RW discs are both easily affected by high
temperature and humidity and some of CD-R
and CD-RW discs may not be played. Therefore,
do not leave them for a long time in the car.
• New discs may have
Ball-point pen
some roughness
around the edges. If
Roughness
such discs are used,
the player may not
work or the sound
may skip. Use a ballpoint pen or the like
to remove any
roughness from the edge of the disc.
• Never stick labels on the surface of the compact
disc or mark the surface with a pencil or pen.
• Never play a compact disc with any
cellophane tape or other glue on it or with
peeling off marks. If you try to play such a
compact disc, you may not be able to get it
back out of the CD player or it may damage
the CD player.
CAUTION
: Mute indication
: Manual indication
: Stereo indication
: Enter indication
Use only compact discs bearing the
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS, OR
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN, MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER and MINI DISC
PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR
REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT
EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE
MANUFACTURER FOR COMPLIANCE COULD
VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE
THE EQUIPMENT.
INFORMATION FOR USERS:.
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS
PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE
MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
• Do not use compact discs that have large
scratches, are misshapen, cracked, etc. Use of
such discs may cause misoperation or damage.
• To remove a compact disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case and lift the
disc out, holding it carefully by the edges.
• Do not use commercially available CD
protection sheets or discs equipped with
stabilizers, etc. These may damage the disc or
cause breakdown of the internal mechanism.
Storage
• Do not expose compact discs to direct sunlight
or any heat source.
• Do not expose compact discs to excess
humidity or dust.
• Do not expose compact discs to direct heat
from heaters.
Cleaning
• To remove fingermarks and dust, use a soft
cloth and wipe in a straight line from the center
of the compact disc to the circumference.
• Do not use any solvents, such as commercially
available cleaners, anti-static spray, or thinner
to clean compact discs.
• After using special compact disc cleaner, let
the compact disc dry off well before playing it.
Digital Wiring
About Reset
Digital Output
• When a 5.1ch surround decoder is connected,
switch the set to direct mode.
Digital Intput
• When the optical digital cable is connected to
or disconnected from this set later, press the
function button while holding down direct
buttons [1] and [6] with the power OFF to
perform a system check.
Though pressing the reset button also
performs a system check, the content of
memory will be erased completely in this
case.
• When the digital input of a DVD changer is
connected, read the Owner's Manual provided
with the DVD changer, and change "AUDIO
OUT" in the "GENERAL SET UP" menu to
"SPDIF/PCM".
When "AUDIO OUT" is set to "SPDIF/RAW",
DIGITAL/dts audio is not output. Also, noise is
sometimes output.
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2. PRECAUTIONS
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4. NOMENCLATURE
Note:
• Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
Names of the Buttons and their Functions
[ROTARY]
[CD SLOT]
[Q]
[A M]
[ROTARY] knob
[BAND] button
• Adjust the volume by turning the knob
clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Mute the sound. When the knob is pressed
and held for 1 second or longer, the volume is
changed from 1dB steps to 0.5dB steps.
• Switch the band, or seek tuning or manual
tuning while in the radio mode.
• Play a first track while in the CD mode.
[DIRECT]
[ ], [ ], [ ], [ ]
[DOWN], [UP]
• Perform preset scan while in the TV mode.
When the button is pressed and held, auto
store is performed.
[RPT] button
[FUNC] button
• Press the button to turn on the power.
Press and hold the button for 1 second or
longer to turn off the power.
• Switches the operation mode among the
radio mode, etc.
[UP], [DOWN] buttons
• Switch the TV picture mode or VTR (external)
picture mode.
[DISP] button
[A], [D] buttons
[RDM] button
[SCN] [RPT][RDM]
[P/A] button
[A], [D] buttons
• Repeat play while in the CD mode.
[A], [D]
• Store a station into memory or recall it
directly.
• Perform random play. Also perform disc
random play when the button is pressed and
held.
[SCN] button
[P/A]
• Perform scan play for 10 seconds of each
track. Disc scan play is performed when the
button is pressed and held.
[DIRECT] buttons
[s] button
• CD insertion slot.
[BAND]
[SCN] button
∗ For details, see the section “TV
operations”.
• Perform scan play for 10 seconds of each
track while in the CD mode.
[CD SLOT]
[s]
∗ For details, see the section “CD changer
operations”. For the DVD changer, refer to
the Owner’s Manual provided with the
DVD changer.
● When the TV is connected
[RPT] button
• Eject a CD when it is loaded into the unit.
[DISP]
[FUNC]
● When the CD/DVD changer is
connected
• Select a station while in the radio mode or
select a track when listening to a CD. These
buttons are used to make various settings.
• Press and hold the button for 1 second or
longer to switch the fast-forward/fastbackward.
[Q] button
[ADJ]
[A], [D] buttons
Major Button Operations when External Equipment is
Connected to this Unit
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• Perform random play while in the CD mode.
[DIRECT] buttons
• Store a station into memory or recall it
directly while in the radio mode.
[ ], [ ] , [
],[
] buttons
• Play or pause a CD while in the CD mode.
• Switch the display indication (Main display,
Sub display, Clock display).
• Select items in the Adjust mode.
[ADJ] button
[UP], [DOWN] buttons
• Press the button to enter the adjust mode.
• When the button is pressed and held for 1
second or longer, the title is scrolled.
• Select the disc.
[P/A] button
• Perform preset scan while in the radio mode.
When the button is pressed and held, auto
store is performed.
[A-M] button
• Use the button to switch to the audio mode
(bass/treble, balance/fader)
• Hold down for at least one second to turn the
display OFF.
• Perform repeat play. When this button is
pressed and held, disc repeat play is
performed.
[RDM] button
• Select the disc.
[BAND] button
• Switch the band.
• Press and hold the button to switch between
seek tuning or manual mode.
• Select a station.
[s] button
[BAND] button
• Move the next disc in increasing order.
• Select a track when listening to a disc.
• Press and hold the button for 1 second or
longer to switch the fast-forward/fastbackward.
[s] button
• Play or pause a CD or DVD.
[DISP] button
• Press and hold the button to switch between
the user titles or track titles, etc. while in the
CD changer mode.
Note: Be sure to unfold this page and refer to the front diagrams as you read each chapter.
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5. REMOTE CONTROL
Receiver for remote control unit
Operating range: 30˚ in all directions
Signal transmitter
Remote control unit
[SCN]
[RPT]
[FNC]
[RDM]
[DISC]
[ ],[ ]
[DISP]
[BND]
[
],[
]
[
]
[ADJ]
[ ],[ ]
[A-M]
[MUTE]
[PS/AS]
[
], [
]
Inserting the Batteries
1. Turn the remote control over, and remove the
rear cover with a sharp-pointed object while
pressing in the direction of the arrow.
2. Insert batteries (CR2025) making sure that they
face the directions shown in the figure.
3. Press in the cover until you hear it click into place.
Rear cover
Notes:
Using batteries improperly can cause them to
explode. Take note of the following points:
• When replacing batteries, replace both batteries
with new ones.
• Do not short-circuit, disassemble or heat batteries.
• Do not dispose of batteries into fire or flames.
• Dispose of spent batteries properly.
CR2025 Battery
Rear side
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Mode
Button
Radio
CD changer
DVD changer
CD
[FNC]
Switches among radio, CD, CD changer, DVD changer, TV and AUX.
[BND]
Switches reception
band.
Plays the first track.
Top play.
Moves the next disc in
increasing order.
6. OPERATIONS
TV
Switches reception
band.
[
],[
]
Increases and decreases volume (in all modes).
[
],[
]
Tunes in the desired
station.
Moves tracks up and down.
When pressed and held for 1 second:
Fast-forward/fast-backward.
Tunes in the desired
TV station.
No function.
Switches between playback and pause.
Switches between TV
and VTR.
[
]
[MUTE]
Turns mute on and off. Holding down the button for about one second changes the volume from 1dB
steps to 0.5dB steps. [DISP]
Switches among main display, sub display, clock display.
Scan play.
[SCN]
[1]
Repeat play.
[RPT]
[2]
Recalls the station in
the memory.
When pressed and
held for 1 second:
Manual memory.
Random play.
Random play.
When pressed and
held for 1 second:
Disc random play.
[DISC]
[4][6]
No function.
[4]:Disk down.
[6]:Disk up.
[5]
No function.
No function.
[RDM]
[3]
[ ][ ][ ][ ] Select items in the Adjust mode.
[PS/AS]
[ADJ]
[A-M]
Note:Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of
chapter “3. CONTROLS” on page 5 (unfold).
CAUTION
Be sure to lower the volume before
switching off the unit power or the ignition
key. The unit remembers its last volume
setting. If you switch the power off with the
volume up, when you switch the power back
on, the sudden loud volume may hurt your
hearing and damage the unit.
Turning on/off the power
Note:
• Be careful about using this unit for a long time
without running the engine. If you drain the car’s
battery too far, you may not be able to start the
engine and this can reduce the service life of the
battery.
1. Press the [FUNC] button.
Scan play.
When pressed and
held for 1 second:
Disc scan play.
Repeat play.
When pressed and
held for 1 second:
Disc repeat play.
Basic Operations
Recalls the station in
the memory.
When pressed
and held for 1 second:
Manual memory.
Preset scan.
When pressed and
held for 2 seconds:
Auto store.
Scan play.
Scan play.
Preset scan.
When pressed and
held for 2 seconds:
Auto store.
Enters the adjust
mode.
Enters the adjust
mode.
When pressed and
held for 1 second:
Title scroll.
Enters the adjust
mode.
When pressed and
held for 1 second:
Title scroll.
(This function is only
for CD changer.)
Enters the adjust
mode.
Adjusts the tone, the balance, and the fader.
When pressed and held for 1 second: Display off.
∗ Some of the corresponding buttons on the main unit and remote control unit have different functions.
2. The illumination and display on the unit light
up. The unit automatically remembers its last
operation mode and will automatically switch
to display that mode.
3. Press and hold the [FUNC] button for 1
second or longer to turn off the power for the
unit.
Note:
• System check
The first time this unit is turned on after the wire
connections are completed, it must be checked
what equipment is connected. When the power is
turned on, “SYSTEM CHK” and “Push POWER”
appear in the display alternately, so press the
[FUNC] button. The system check starts within
the unit. When the system check is complete,
press the [FUNC] button again.
Selecting a mode
1. Press the [FUNC] button to change the
operation mode.
2. Each time you press the [FUNC] button, the
operation mode changes in the following
order:
Radio mode ➜CD mode ➜ CD changer
mode ➜ DVD changer mode ➜ TV mode ➜
AUX mode ➜ Radio mode...
Adjusting the volume
Turning the [ROTARY] knob clockwise increases
the volume; turning it counterclockwise
decreases the volume.
∗ The volume level is from ---- (minimum) to +6dB
(maximum).
∗ Holding down the [ROTARY] knob switches the
volume from 1dB steps to 0.5dB steps.
Mute the sound
To mute the volume during playback, press the
[ROTARY] knob.
Switching the display
Press the [DISP] button to select the desired
display.
Each time you press the [DISP] button, the
display switches in the following order:
Main display
Sub display
Clock display
Main display
∗ Once selected, the preferred display becomes
the display default. When a function
adjustment such as volume is made, the
screen will momentarily switch to that
function’s display, then revert back to the
preferred display several seconds after the
adjustment.
∗ External equipment not connected with
CeNET is not displayed.
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Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons
Radio Operations
Basic Operations
Adjusting the bass/treble
Listening to the radio
Recalling a preset station
You can turn the display ON/OFF by holding the
[A-M] button down for at least one second.
You can also turn the display ON by pressing the
[DISP] button while the display is OFF.
This function is used to set the tone in more
detail for listening.
• The tone can be adjusted when the Equalizer
mode is set to "BASS/TREB".
1. Press the [FUNC] button and select the radio
mode. The frequency appears in the display.
2. Press the [BAND] button and select the radio
band. Each time the button is pressed, the
radio reception band changes in the following
order:
FM1 ➜ FM2 ➜ FM3 ➜ AM ➜ FM1...
3. Press the [A] or [D] button to tune in the
desired station.
A total of 24 preset positions (6-FM1, 6-FM2, 6FM3, 6-AM) exist to store individual radio
stations in memory. Pressing the corresponding
[DIRECT] button recalls the stored radio
frequency automatically.
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired band (FM or AM).
2. Press the corresponding [DIRECT] button to
recall the stored station.
Adjusting the tone
Press the [A-M] button and select the item to
adjust. Each time you press the [A-M] button,
the item changes in the following order:
∗ "BASS" and "TREB" are displayed when "BASS/
TREB" are selected at EQ SELECT.
●When “STD” is set
“SW-VOL” ∗1 ➜ “BASS” ∗2 ➜ “TREBLE” ∗2 ➜
“BAL” ➜ “FADER” ➜ Last function mode.
●When “DIRECT” is set
“N-FAD VOL” ➜ “BAL” ➜ “FADER” ➜
Last function mode.
●When “MULTI” is set
“SW-VOL” ∗1 ➜ “BASS” ∗2 ➜ “TREBLE” ∗2 ➜
“BAL” ➜ Last function mode.
∗1
The item can be adjusted when the sub-woofer
setting is not set to "OFF".
∗2
The item can be adjusted when "EQ SELECT" in
the Adjust mode is set to "BASS/TREB".
Adjusting the volume of subwoofer/non-fader output
These items can be adjusted when the subwoofer/non-fader setting is "ST" (stereo) or
"MONO" (monaural).
∗ The factory default setting is "0.0 dB".
1. Press the [A-M] button to select "SW-VOL"
or "N-FAD VOL".
∗ Select "SW-VOL" when the Audio mode is the
Standard mode or the Multi mode, and "NFAD VOL" when the Audio mode is the Direct
mode.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to set the output
volume.
∗ The adjustment range is -10.0 dB to +10.0 dB
(0.5 dB steps).
3. Press the [A-M] button several times to
return to the previous mode.
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∗ This can be adjusted when the Audio mode is the
Standard mode or the Multi mode.
∗ The factory default setting is "0 dB".
1. Press the [A-M] button to select "BASS" or
"TREB".
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the
output volume.
∗ The adjustment range is -12 dB to +12 dB
3. Press the [A-M] button several times to
return to the previous mode.
Adjusting the balance/fader
• "FADER" (fader) can be adjusted when the
Audio mode is the Standard mode or the
Direct mode.
∗ The factory default setting is "0".
1. Press the [A-M] button to select "BAL" or
"FADER".
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the
volume.
●Adjusting the balance (volume of the left
and right speakers)
To enhance the left side, press the [ ] button.
To enhance the right side, press the [ ]
button.
∗ The adjustment range is L13 to R13.
●Adjusting the fader (volume of the front
and rear speakers)
To enhance the rear side, press the [ ] button.
To enhance the front side, press the [ ]
button.
∗ The adjustment range is R12 to F12.
3. Press the [A-M] button several times to
return to the previous mode.
Tuning
There are 3 types of tuning mode available, seek
tuning, manual tuning and preset tuning.
Seek tuning
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired band (FM or AM).
∗ If “MANU” is lit in the display, press and hold
the [BAND] button for 1 second or longer.
“MANU” in the display goes off and seek
tuning is now available.
2. Press the [A] or [D] button to
automatically seek a station.
When the [D] button is pressed, the station
is sought in the direction of higher
frequencies; if the [A] button is pressed,
the station is sought in the direction of lower
frequencies.
Manual tuning
There are 2 ways available: Quick tuning and
step tuning.
When you are in the step tuning mode, the
frequency changes one step at a time. In the
quick tuning mode, you can quickly tune the
desired frequency.
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired band (FM or AM).
∗ If “MANU” is not lit in the display, press and
hold the [BAND] button for 1 second or longer.
“MANU” is lit in the display and manual tuning
is now available.
2. Tune in a station.
●Quick tuning:
Press and hold the [A] or [D] button for 1
second or longer to tune in a station.
●Step tuning:
Press the [A] or [D] button to manually
tune in a station.
∗ Press and hold one of the [DIRECT] buttons
for 2 seconds or longer to store that station
into preset memory.
Manual memory
1. Select the desired station with seek tuning,
manual tuning or preset tuning.
2. Press and hold one of the [DIRECT] buttons
for 2 seconds or longer to store the current
station into preset memory.
Auto store
Auto store is a function for storing up to 6
stations that are automatically tuned in
sequentially. If 6 receivable stations cannot be
received, a previously stored station remains
unoverwritten at the memory position.
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired band (FM or AM).
2. Press and hold the [P/A] button for 2
seconds or longer. The stations with good
reception are stored automatically to the
preset channels.
∗ If auto store is performed in the FM bands, the
stations are stored in FM3 even if FM1 or FM2
was chosen for storing stations.
Preset scan
Preset scan receives the stations stored in
preset memory in order. This function is useful
when searching for a desired station in memory.
1. Press the [P/A] button.
2. When a desired station is tuned in, press the
[P/A] button again to continue receiving that
station.
Note:
• Be careful not to press and hold the [P/A] button
for 2 seconds or longer, otherwise the auto store
function is engaged and the unit starts storing
stations.
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Turning on/off the display
CD Operations
CD Operations
Displaying CD titles
Fast-forward/fast-backward
Random play
Insert a CD into the center of the CD SLOT with
the labeled side facing up. “LOADING” appears
in the display, the CD enters into the slot, and
the play starts.
This unit can display title data for CD-text CDs
and user titles input with this unit.
1. Press the [DISP] button to display the title.
2. Each time you press and hold the [DISP]
button for 1 second or longer, the title
display changes in the following order:
CD-text title (disc) ➜ Artist name ➜ CD-text
title (track) ➜ ...
Note:
• If the CD playing is not a CD-text CD or no user
title has been input, “NO TITLE” appears in the
display.
●Fast-forward
Press and hold the [D] button for 1 second or
longer.
●Fast-backward
Press and hold the [A] button for 1 second or
longer.
The random play selects and plays individual
tracks on a disc in no particular order. This
function continues automatically until it is
cancelled.
1. Press the [RDM] button. “RDM” lights in the
display, an individual track is selected
randomly and play begins.
2. To cancel the random play, press the [RDM]
button again. “RDM” goes off from the display
and normal play resumes.
For CD (12 cm)
For single CD (8 cm)
CD SLOT
Notes:
• Never insert foreign objects into the CD SLOT.
• If the CD is not inserted easily, there may be
another CD in the mechanism or the unit may
require service.
• Discs not bearing the
or
mark and
CD-ROMs cannot be played by this unit.
• Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may
not be usable.
Loading 8 cm compact discs
∗ No adapter is required to play an 8 cm CD.
∗ Insert the 8 cm CD into the center of the insertion
slot.
Listening to a CD already inserted
Press the [FUNC] button to select the CD mode.
Play starts automatically. If no CD is loaded in
the unit, “NO DISC” appears in the display.
Pausing play
1. Press the [s] button to pause play.
“PAUSE” appears in the display.
2. To resume CD play, press the [s] button
again.
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Ejecting a CD
1. Press the [Q] to eject the CD. Take it out
from the ejected position.
Note:
• If you force a CD into before auto reloading, the
CD can be damaged.
∗ If a CD (12 cm) is left in the ejected position for 15
seconds, the CD is automatically reloaded (Auto
reload).
∗ 8 cm CDs are not auto reloaded. Be sure to remove
it when ejected.
Selecting a track
●Track-up
1. Press the [D] button to move ahead to the
beginning of the next track.
2. Each time you press the [D] button, the
track advances ahead to the beginning of the
next track.
●Track-down
1. Press the [A] button to move back to the
beginning of the current track.
2. Press the [A] button twice to move to the
beginning of the previous track.
Top function
The top function resets the CD player to the first
track of the disc. Press the [BAND] button to
play the first track (track No. 1) on the disc.
Scan play
The scan play locates and plays the first 10
seconds of each track on a disc automatically.
This function continues on the disc until it is
cancelled.
∗ The scan play is useful when you want to select a
desired track.
1. Press the [SCN] button to start scan play.
“SCN” lights in the display.
2. To cancel the scan play, press the [SCN]
button again. “SCN” goes off from the
display and the current track continues to
play.
Repeat play
The repeat play continuously plays the current
track. This function continues automatically until
it is cancelled.
1. Press the [RPT] button. “RPT” lights in the
display and the current track is repeated.
2. To cancel the repeat play, press the [RPT]
button again. “RPT” goes off from the display
and normal play resumes.
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Loading a CD
Operations Common to Each Mode
This unit displays the time when the car engine
is running (ACC ON).
The clock is displayed in 12-hour format.
• When a navigation system is connected, the
clock cannot be adjusted as clock data is sent
from the navigation system.
1. Press the [ADJ] button. The previously
adjusted item "CLOCK", for example, is
displayed on the title display, and the mode
changes to the Adjust mode.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"CLOCK".
3. Press the [s] button. The time at
adjustment (e.g. "PM 2:20") is displayed, and
the mode changes to the Clock setup mode.
Blinking
Selecting the sampling frequency
(SAMPLING)
Adjusting the filter (FILTER/XOVER)
●About the sampling frequency
You can switch between 96 kHz and 48 kHz as
the sampling frequency.
When the sampling frequency is set to 96 kHz,
high band spread, depth of tones and
transparency of sound are improved.
The filter can be adjusted for each speaker. For
details, see "About filter settings" (page 18).
∗ The factory default setting is "fs=96 kHz".
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"SAMPLING".
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"fs=96kHz" or "NORMAL" (fs=48kHz).
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
Selecting the audio mode (MODE)
* The clock is not adjusted if you press any
other button while you are setting the clock.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select hours
or minutes. Items that are blinking can be
adjusted.
5. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to set the setting
for the item.
6. Press the [s] button.
You will hear a short high-pitched sound, and
the clock will be set.
Note:
• You cannot set the clock when it is displayed with
the power turned OFF.
• Set the clock again if you remove the battery for
inspection or repairs.
7. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
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∗ The factory default setting is "STANDARD".
●Standard mode <STANDARD>/Multi mode
<MULTI>
This is used to make various sound adjustments
for playback. For details, see "About the
Standard mode and Multi mode" (page 18)
●Direct mode <DIRECT>
This is used to playback tones as they are
without adjusting the tones of this unit. The
configuration of the speaker system becomes
"front (2ch) + rear (2ch) + non-fader (2ch)."
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"MODE".
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"STANDARD", "DIRECT" or "MULTI".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
7. Press the [
] button.
8. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the
speaker adjustment item. Each press of the
buttons switches the adjustment item.
∗ The filter can be adjusted when the Audio mode is
the Standard mode or the Multi mode.
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"SOUND".
3. Press the [s] button.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"FILTER" or "X-OVER".
∗ Select "FILTER" when the Audio mode is the
Standard mode, and "X-OVER" when the
Audio mode is the Multi mode.
5. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "
FRONT" or "
HIGH".
∗ Select "
FRONT" when the Audio mode is
the Standard mode, and "
HIGH" when the
Audio mode is the Multi mode.
6. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the
speaker to adjust.
∗ The mute function of a selected speaker can
be turned ON/OFF by pressing the [ROTARY]
knob while the speaker is selected.
Each press of the buttons switches the setting
as follows:
In the Standard mode:
In the Multi mode:
FRONT
HIGH
FRONT
MID
REAR
SUB-W
LOW
SUB-W
Blinking
fc LPF (filter frequency of low-pass filter)*
SLP LPF (filter slope of low-pass filter)*
fc HPF (filter frequency of high-pass filter)*
SLP HPF (filter slope of high-pass filter)*
G (gain)*
PHASE (phase)*
* Sometimes this is not displayed depending on the
selected speaker.
9. Press the [s] button. The setting value
blinks.
10.Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the
setting.
∗ For details of the adjustment ranges of each
adjustment item, see "About filter settings"
(page 18).
11.When you have finished the adjustment,
press the [s] button to return to the
screen in step 8. This sets the setting value.
12.Repeat steps 8 to 11 to adjust the
adjustment items for the selected speaker.
13.When you have finished the adjustment,
press the [ ] button to return to the screen
in step 6.
14.Repeat steps 6 to 13 to adjust the filter of
each speaker.
15.Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
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Setting the clock
Operations Common to Each Mode
Operations Common to Each Mode
These two modes can be used to make the
following various sound adjustments for playing
back music sources:
• Setting of the filter (high-pass filter and low-pass
filter) frequency for each speaker
• Tone adjustment by P.EQ (parametric equalizer) or
BASS/TREB (bass/treble)
• Position setting by TIME ALIGN (time alignment)
• Sub-woofer "ST" (stereo), "MONO" (monaural) and
"OFF"
Select the Standard mode or the Multi mode
according to your speaker configuration.
• Standard mode:
+ REAR(2ch) +
• Multi mode:
LOW(2ch) +
FRONT(2ch) +
SUB-W(2ch)
HIGH(2ch) +
SUB-W(2ch)
The filter (high-pass filter and low-pass filter)
frequency can be set for each speaker
according to the characteristics of the speaker.
Set the lower limit frequency to be played back
mainly on that speaker on the high-pass filter
(simply called "HPF" from here on), and set the
upper limit frequency on the low-pass filter
(simply called "LPF" from here on).
2kHz
Frequency band played back
mainly by the speaker
20kHz
(2kHz to 20kHz)
Frequency set on the low-pass filter
Frequency set on the high-pass filter
MID(2ch) +
The following filters can be set for each speaker:
Filter frequency (fc)
Filter slope (SLP)
Gain (G)
Phase (PHASE)
The following figure shows the factory default
settings for filter frequencies in the Multi mode.
Frequency band played back mainly
by HIGH (2 kHz onwards)
Frequency band played back mainly
by MID (500 Hz to 2 kHz)
Frequency band played back
mainly by LOW (80 kHz to 500 Hz)
Frequency band played back
mainly by SUB-W (to 80 kHz)
80Hz
When HPF is set to "2kHz" and LPF is set to
"20kHz"
FRONT(2ch)
●About filter settings
•
•
•
•
About filter frequency (fc)
When the filter is set to "THROUGH", the setting
for that filter is disabled, and all frequencies are
played back.
Standard
FRONT
FRONT
Frequency band played back
2kHz mainly by the speaker (2kHz onwards)
REAR
Frequency set on the high-pass filter
SUB-W
Notes:
• Input of a low-band signal to the tweeter may
cause a malfunction.
When HPF is set to "THROUGH" and LPF is set
to "20kHz"
Frequency band played back
mainly by the speaker (to 20 kHz)
Multi
HIGH
MID
20kHz
Frequency set on the low-pass filter
2kHz
The filter frequency ranges that can be set vary
according to the speaker. The following table
shows these ranges.
Note, however, that the frequencies are selected
from the value (1/3 octave steps) currently set
on this unit.
Speaker
When HPF is set to "2kHz" and LPF is set to
"THROUGH"
500Hz
LOW
SUB-W
HPF (lower limit
frequency)
315Hz to 20kHz
(factory default setting: 2kHz)
THROUGH, 25Hz to 250Hz
(factory default setting:THROUGH)
THROUGH, 16Hz to 80Hz
(factory default setting:THROUGH)
315Hz to 20kHz
(factory default setting: 2kHz)
THROUGH, 200Hz to 10kHz
(factory default setting: 500 Hz)
THROUGH, 25Hz to 250Hz
(factory default setting: 80Hz)
THROUGH, 16Hz to 80Hz
(factory default setting: THROUGH)
LPF (upper limit
frequency)
250Hz to 20kHz, THROUGH
(factory default setting: 2kHz)
25Hz to 250Hz, THROUGH
(factory default setting: 80Hz)
250Hz to 20kHz, THROUGH
(factory default setting: 2kHz)
250Hz to 10kHz, THROUGH
(factory default setting: 500 Hz)
25Hz to 250Hz, THROUGH
(factory default setting: 80Hz)
-: THROUGH (fixed) cannot be changed.
About filter slope (SLP)
Effectiveness can be adjusted for each filter
(HPF or LPF).
"-12dB/oct" is more effective than "-6dB/oct" and
"-18dB/oct" is much more effective.
The factory default setting is "-12dB/oct". Try
switching between "-6dB/oct", "-12dB/oct" and "18dB/oct " and select the setting that sounds
most natural to you.
●Characteristics during filter slope
adjustment
Gain(G)
- 6dB
-6dB
- 12dB
-12dB
- 18dB
-18dB
1oct
1oct
Filter Frequency(fc)
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About the Standard mode and Multi
mode
Operations Common to Each Mode
Operations Common to Each Mode
This function allows you to adjust how much the
output level is to be lowered.
●Characteristics during gain adjustment
LOW
MID
HIGH
FRONT
FRONT
In the Multi mode:
HIGH
HIGH
0dB
-24dB
About phase (PHASE)
The factory default setting is "NOR" (forward
phase). Try switching between "NOR" (forward
phase) and "REV" (reverse phase) and select
the setting that sounds most natural to you.
Adjusting the position (TIME ALIGN)
●About the time alignment function
This function allows you to adjust the speakers
so that any listener in the car can obtain the
same sound effect from the speakers.
∗ This item can be adjusted when the Audio mode is
the Standard mode or the Multi mode.
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"SOUND".
3. Press the [s] button.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "TIME
ALIGN".
5. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "
FRONT
" or "
HIGH
".
∗ Select "
FRONT
" when the Audio
mode is the Standard mode, and "
HIGH
" when the Audio mode is the Multi mode.
6. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the
speaker to adjust.
* The mute function of a selected speaker can
be turned ON/OFF by pressing the [ROTARY]
knob while the speaker is selected.
Each press of the button switches the setting as
follows.
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FRONT
MID
FRONT
MID
REAR
LOW
REAR
LOW
Adjusting P.EQ
●About P.EQ (Parametric Equalizer)
This function allows you to correct in detail all
frequency levels by a smooth curve by correcting
frequencies matched to the type of your car.
∗ This can be adjusted when the Equalizer mode is
set to "P.EQ".
∗ This can be adjusted when the Audio mode is the
Standard mode or the Multi mode.
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"SOUND".
3. Press the [s] button.
7. Press the [s] button. The setting value
blinks.
8. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust the
setting.
9. When you have finished the adjustment,
press the [s] button to return to the
screen in step 6. This sets the setting value.
10.Repeat steps 6 to 9 to adjust each of the
adjustment items.
11.Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "P.EQ".
5. Press the [ ] button.
6. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the
adjustment item.
SUB-W
SUB-W
SUB-W
SUB-W
7. Press the [
displayed.
∗ Pressing the [ROTARY] knob while the L/R channel
is selected turns the mute function of the selected
channel ON/OFF.
] button. The setting value is
Blinking
Each press of the button switches the setting as
follows.
P.EQ ON/OFF: ON/OFF
8. Press the [s] button. The setting value
blinks.
9. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to set the
distance from the speaker up to the listener.
∗ The adjustment range is 0 cm to 512.4 cm (in
about 0.7 cm steps).
∗ The range can be adjusted in about 7 cm
steps by holding down the [ ] or [ ] buttons.
∗ For details, see "Appendix : Time Alignment
List" (page 32).
10.When you have finished the adjustment,
press the [s] button to return to the
screen in step 7. This sets the setting value.
11.Press the [ ] button to return to the screen
in step 6.
12.Repeat steps 6 to 11 to adjust the position of
each speaker.
13.Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
P.EQ LEFT/RIGHT: Left channel/Right channel
BAND: band (1 to 5)
fo: frequency (BAND 1,2,3 : 50 Hz to 20 kHz)
(BAND 4,5 : 630 Hz to 20 kHz)
G: gain (-12 dB to +12 dB)
Q: Q-curve (0.5 to 12.0)
C: copy
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In the Standard mode:
About gain (G)
SUB-WOOFER
Operations Common to Each Mode
Operations Common to Each Mode
• Selection of channel (LEFT/RIGHT)
Select the channel (left or right) to be adjusted.
• Selection of band (BAND)
Select the frequency band (1 to 5) to be adjusted.
• Selection of center frequency (fo)
Select the frequency to be taken as the center
frequency in frequency correction.
Bands 1 to 3: Select from the range 50 Hz to
20 kHz (1/3 octave steps, 27 points)
Bands 4 and 5: Select from the range 630 Hz
to 20 kHz (1/3 octave steps, 16 points)
• Gain adjustment (GAIN)
Gain (output level) can be adjusted within the
range -12 dB to +12 dB.
(0.5 dB steps, 49 points)
• Selection of Q-curve (Q)
Select the sharpness of the Q-curve within the
range 0.5 to 12.0.
(0.5 steps, 24 points)
• Copying adjustment values (COPY)
Select whether or not to copy the channel settings
currently being adjusted to another channel.
When you press the [s] button, the copy
confirmation screen is displayed.
Blinking
* L: shows the channel being adjusted while R:
shows un-adjusted channels.
Holding down the [s] button for about 1
second copies the settings, and returns to the
previous screen.
To return to the previous screen without
copying the settings, press the [s] button.
●About correction
When the frequency characteristics are
measured by a measuring device, they do not
need to be corrected if the frequency
characteristics are flat (no ridges or valleys in
the frequency waveform). However, frequency
characteristics sometimes partially rise up or fall
down. If this happens, create a frequency curve
of inverse characteristics matched to the center
frequency of the ridges or valleys in the
frequency waveform. This corrects the frequency
characteristics so that they are flat.
"Correction" is the process or making frequency
characteristics as flat as possible.
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Saving the filter setting/time
alignment setting/P.EQ setting
(MEMORY)
About correction of frequency
characteristics
The following figure shows the relationship
between center frequency, gain and Q-curve.
Three groups of adjustment settings made to
suit your car can be saved for both the Standard
mode and Multi mode.
Q-curve (Q)
F
Q=
f
Level
(dB)
∗ P.EQ settings are not saved when the Equalizer
mode is set to "BASS/TREB".
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"SOUND".
3. Press the [s] button.
3dB
Gain (G)
f
Frequency
curve
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"MEMORY".
5. Press the [ ] button.
About Q-curve
The following figure and the table show the
relationship between center frequency, gain and
Q-curve.
When a large numerical value is set, the Qcurve becomes sharper, and when a small
numerical value is set, the Q-curve becomes
gentler.
Flat frequency characteristics can be made by
selecting a Q-curve inverted to the frequency
curve to be corrected.
Q-curve
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Q-curve
0.5
Parametric equalizer parameters
Left channel
Right channel
fo
G Q
fo
G
Q
BAND1
BAND2
50Hz*1
160Hz*1
0dB
0dB
1
1
50Hz*1
160Hz*1
0dB
0dB
1
1
BAND3
BAND4
500Hz*1
2kHz*2
0dB
0dB
1
1
500Hz*1
2kHz*2
0dB
0dB
1
1
BAND5
8kHz*2
0dB
1
8kHz*2
0dB
1
*1 Select from range 50 Hz to 20 kHz
*2 Select from range 630 Hz to 20 kHz
∗ The factory default setting is "DEFAULT". This
setting can be called up but cannot be
changed to other settings.
7. Hold down the [s] button for about 1
second. "SAVE?" is displayed.
8. Hold down the [s] button for about 1
second. You will hear a short high-pitched
sound, and the filter settings, time alignment
settings and P.EQ settings are saved to the
memory (1 to 3) selected in step 6.
9. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
●To call up saved settings
At step 7, press the [s] button, and hold
down the [s] button for about 1 second when
"LOAD?" is displayed.
You will hear a short high-pitched sound, and
the settings are called up. Press the [ADJ]
button to return to the previous mode.
fo: Center frequency, G: gain (output level),
Q: Q-curve
BAND
6. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"MEMORY1", "MEMORY2", "MEMORY3" or
"DEFAULT".
∗ When the Equalizer mode is set to "BASS/TREB",
the P.EQ settings that are called up are reflected
when the Equalizer mode setting is changed to
"P.EQ".
Selecting the equalizer mode
(EQ SELECT)
This item can be selected when the Audio mode
is the Standard mode or the Multi mode.
The factory default setting is "P.EQ".
●Parametric equalizer mode <P.EQ>
The sound field can be adjusted by the P.EQ of
five bands. For details on P.EQ adjustment, see
"Adjusting P.EQ" (page 21).
●Bass/treble mode <BASS/TREB>
The sound field can be adjusted by bass/treble.
For details on bass/treble adjustment, see
"Adjusting the bass/treble" (page 12).
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "EQ
SELECT".
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "P.EQ"
or "BASS/TREB".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
Setting the sub-woofer/non-fader
(SUB-WOOFER/NON-FADER)
Set to "ST" (stereo) or "MONO" (monaural)
when a sub-woofer/non-fader is connected.
There is no output when "OFF" is set.
* The factory default setting is "ST".
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "SUBWOOFER" or "NON-FADER".
∗ Select "SUB-WOOFER" when the Audio
mode is the Standard mode or the Multi mode,
and "NON-FADER" when the Audio mode is
Direct mode.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "ST"
(stereo), "MONO" (monaural) or "OFF".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
●About settings after a reset
When the [RESET] button is pressed to reset
this unit, all settings set here disappear. Make a
note of the settings in the Sound Setup Memo
(page 34) to make these settings again after a
reset.
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●About P.EQ adjustment
The P.EQ menu contains the following
adjustment items.
Operations Common to Each Mode
Operations Common to Each Mode
Setting the anti-theft indicator
(BLINK LED)
This unit is provided with two AUX input lines.
The input level for third-party portable audio
connected to each of these lines can be set.
* The factory default setting is "MID".
This function makes the indicator of Pch6 blink
(red) when ACC is OFF to create a visual antitheft effect.
* The factory default setting is "OFF".
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "AUX
SENS".
3. Press the [s] button.
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"BLINK-LED".
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select the input
line.
Each press of the button switches the line as
follows:
AUX1 SENS: Input line 1
AUX2 SENS: Input line 2
5 Press the [
] button.
6. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "HIGH",
"MID" or "LOW".
7. When you select this, press the [ ] button
to return to the screen in step 4.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 to set the input level of
each input line.
9. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
Setting the digital output (D-OUT)
Set digital output ON when the digital output
connector is used as the digital output
connector of the built-in CD. There is no output
when "OFF" is set.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "ON" or
"OFF".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
Setting the beep tone during button
operation (BEEP)
A high-pitched beep tone is emitted when you
operate a button. This beep output can be
disabled.
7. OPERATIONS OF ACCESSORIES
CD Changer Operations
CD changer functions
Displaying CD titles
When an optional CD changer is connected
through the CeNET cable, this unit controls all
CD changer functions. This unit can control a
total of 2 changers.
Press the [FUNC] button and select the CD
changer mode to start play. If 2 CD changers
are connected, press the [FUNC] button to
select the CD changer for play.
This unit can display title data for CD-text CDs
and user titles input with this unit.
∗ If “NO MAG” appears in the display, insert the
magazine into the CD changer. “DISC CHK” appears
in the display while the player loads (checks) the
magazine.
∗ If “NO DISC” appears in the display, eject the
magazine and insert discs into each slot. Then,
reinsert the magazine back into the CD changer.
Note:
• Some CDs recorded in CD-R/CD-RW mode may
not be usable.
* The factory default setting is "ON".
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select
"BEEP".
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "ON" or
"OFF".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
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Setting the input level for portable
audio (AUX SENS)
CAUTION
CD-ROM discs cannot be played from every
CD changer, it depends on the model.
Pausing play
1. Press the [s] button to pause play.
“PAUSE” appears in the display.
2. To resume play, press the [s] button again.
∗ Title data for CD-text CDs can be displayed with
this unit only when it is connected to CDC655Tz.
●When connected to DCZ625 or CDC1255z.
Press the [DISP] button to display the title.
●When connected to CDC655Tz
1. Press the [DISP] button to display the title.
2. Each time you press and hold the [DISP]
button for 1 second or longer, the title display
changes in the following order:
CD-text title (disc) ➜ Artist name ➜ CD-text title
(track) …
Notes:
• If the CD playing is not a CD-text CD or no user
title has been input, “NO TITLE” appears in the
display.
• If a CD-text CD is not input its disc title or a track
title, “NO TITLE” appears in the display.
Procedure to scroll a title
1. Press and hold the [ADJ] button for 1 second
or longer.
2. The title is scrolled.
Selecting a CD
1. Press the [UP] or [DOWN] button to select
the desired disc.
∗ If a CD is not loaded in a slot of magazine,
pressing the [UP] or [DOWN] buton can not
work.
∗ This item cannot be set when a CD changer is
connected via the CeNET cable.
* The factory default setting is "OFF".
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "DOUT".
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "ON" or
"OFF".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
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CD Changer Operations
Repeat play
TV tuner functions
Manual tuning
●Track-up
1. Press the [D] button to move ahead to the
beginning of the next track.
2. Each time you press the [D] button, the
track advances ahead to the beginning of the
next track.
●Track-down
1. Press the [A] button to move back to the
beginning of the current track.
2. Press the [A] button twice to move to the
beginning of the previous track.
Repeat play continuously plays the current track.
This function continues automatically until it is
cancelled.
1. Press the [RPT] button. “RPT” lights in the
display and the current track is repeated.
2. To cancel repeat play, press the [RPT] button
again. “RPT” goes off from the display and
normal play resumes.
When an optional TV tuner is connected through
the CeNET cable, this unit controls all TV tuner
functions. To watch a TV, a TV tuner and a
monitor are required.
There are 2 ways available: Quick tuning and
step tuning.
When you are in the step tuning mode, the
frequency changes one step at a time. In the
quick tuning mode, you can quickly tune the
desired frequency.
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired band (TV1 or TV2).
Fast-forward/fast-backward
●Fast-forward
Press and hold the [D] button for 1 second or
longer.
●Fast-backward
Press and hold the [A] button for 1 second or
longer.
Scan play
Scan play locates and plays the first 10 seconds
of each track on a disc automatically. This
function continues on the disc until it is cancelled.
Disc repeat play
After all the tracks on the current disc have been
played, disc repeat play automatically replays
the current disc over from the first track. This
function continues automatically until it is
cancelled.
1. Press and hold the [RPT] button for 1 second
or longer. “DISC” and “RPT” light in the
display and disc repeat play starts.
2. To cancel disc repeat play, press the [RPT]
button again. “DISC” and “RPT” go off from
the display and normal play resumes on the
current track.
Random play
1. Press the [SCN] button to start track
scanning. “SCN” lights in the display.
2. To cancel the scan play, press the [SCN]
button again. “SCN” goes off from the display
and the current track continues to play.
Random play selects and plays individual tracks
on the disc in no particular order. This function
continues automatically until it is cancelled.
1. Press the [RDM] button. “RDM” lights in the
display and random play begins.
2. To cancel random play, press the [RDM]
button again. “RDM” goes off from the display
and normal play resumes.
Disc scan play
Disc random play
Disc scan play locates and plays the first 10
seconds of the first track on each disc in the
currently selected CD changer. This function
continues automatically until it is cancelled.
The disc random play selects and plays
individual tracks or discs automatically in no
particular order. This function continues
automatically until it is cancelled.
1. Press and hold the [RDM] button for 1
second or longer. “DISC” and “RDM” light in
the display and disc random play starts.
2. To cancel disc random play, press the [RDM]
button again. “DISC” and “RDM” go off from
the display and normal play resumes from
the current track.
∗ The scan play is useful when you want to select a
desired track.
∗ Disc scan play is useful when you want to select a
desired CD.
1. Press and hold the [SCN] button for 1
second or longer. “DISC” and “SCN” light in
the display and disc scan play starts.
2. To cancel disc scan play, press the [SCN]
button again. “DISC” and “SCN” go off from
the display and the current track continues to
play.
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Watching a TV
1. Press the [FUNC] button and select the TV
mode.
2. Press the [BAND] button to select the
desired TV band (TV1 or TV2). Each time the
button is pressed, the input selection toggles
between TV1 and TV2.
3. Press the [A] or [D] button to tune in the
desired TV station.
Watching a video
The TV tuner has a VTR input terminal to which
1 external device can be connected. Connect a
12 V video cassette player (VCP) or video
cassette recorder (VCR) to the TV tuner input
terminal.
1. Press the [s] button to select VTR.
2. To return to the TV broadcast, press the
[s] button.
Tuning
There are 3 types of tuning mode available,
Seek tuning, manual tuning and preset tuning.
Seek tuning
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired TV band (TV1 or TV2).
∗ If “MANU” is lit in the display, press and hold
the [BAND] button for 1 second or longer.
“MANU” in the display goes off and seek
tuning is now available.
2. Press the [A] or [D] button to
automatically seek a station. Press the [D]
button to automatically tune up the frequency
band to the next available TV station; press
the [A] button to automatically tune down.
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English
Selecting a track
∗ If “MANU” is not lit in the display, press and
hold the [BAND] button for 1 second or longer.
“MANU” lights in the display and manual
tuning is now available.
2. Tune in a station.
●Quick tuning:
Press and hold the [A] or [D] button for 1
second or longer to tune in a station.
●Step tuning:
Press the [A] or [D] button to manually
tune in a station.
Recalling a preset station
A total of 12 TV stations can be stored (6-TV1
and 6-TV2). This allows you to select your
favorite TV stations and store them in memory
for later recall.
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired TV band (TV1 or TV2).
2. To recall a stored TV station, press the
desired [DIRECT] button to select that
station.
∗ Press and hold one of the [DIRECT] buttons
for 2 seconds or longer to store the current
station into preset memory.
Manual memory
1. Select the desired station with seek tuning,
manual tuning or preset tuning.
2. Press and hold one of [DIRECT] buttons for
2 seconds or longer to store the current
station into preset memory.
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TV Operations
Setting the TV area
Auto store selects 6 TV stations automatically
and stores each one into preset memory.
If there are not 6 stations with good reception,
stations previously stored in memory remain
and only the strong stations are stored into
memory.
1. Press the [BAND] button and select the
desired TV band (TV1 or TV2).
2. Press and hold the [P/A] button for 2
seconds or longer. The stations with good
reception are stored automatically to the
preset channels.
When you selected the TV area (TV reception
area), the TV tuner area setting changes.
Preset scan allows the user to view each preset
position before it automatically advances to the
next preset. This function is useful for searching
for a desired TV station in memory.
1. Press the [P/A] button.
2. When the desired station is found, press the
[P/A] button again to remain tuned to that
station.
Note:
• Do not press and hold the [P/A] button for 2
seconds or longer. Doing so will trigger the auto
store function and start storing stations into
memory.
Problem
Power does not turn
on.
(No sound is produced.)
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "TV
AREA".
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] to select the reception
area.
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
The above operations are required when a TV
tuner other than TTX7501z is connected.
1. Press the [ADJ] button.
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "TV
DIVER".
Fuse is blown.
Replace with a fuse of the same amperage. If
the fuse blows again, consult your store of
purchase.
Incorrect wiring.
Consult your store of purchase.
Power antenna lead is short- 1. Turn the unit off.
ed to ground or excessive
2. Remove all wires attached to the power
current is required for reantenna lead. Check each wire for a possible
mote controlling on the amshort to ground using an ohm meter.
plifiers or power antenna.
3. Turn the unit back on.
4. Reconnect each amplifier remote wire to the
power antenna lead one by one. If the
amplifiers turn off before all wires are attached,
use an external relay to provide
remote-on voltage (excessive current required).
Nothing happens
when buttons are
pressed.
The microprocessor has
malfunctioned due to noise,
etc.
Press the reset button for
about 2 seconds with a
thin rod.
Reset button
CD
* The factory default setting is "ON". Set again to
"OFF" when the TV diversity antenna is not in use.
Measure
Display is not accurate.
Setting the TV diversity (TV DIVER)
This function automatically switches to reception
by a good-reception antenna during reception of
TV broadcasts (when a TV tuner is connected).
Cause
No sound output
when operating the
unit with amplifiers or
power antenna attached.
General
Preset scan
8. IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY
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Auto store
Compact disc cannot
be loaded.
Another compact disc is already loaded.
Eject the compact disc before loading the new
one.
Sound skips or is
noisy.
Compact disc is dirty.
Clean the compact disc with a soft cloth.
Compact disc is heavily
scratched or warped.
Replace with a compact disc with no scratches.
Sound is bad directly
after power is turned
on.
Water droplets may form on Let dry for about 1 hour with the power on.
the internal lens when the
car is parked in a humid
place.
The CD is automatically ejected.
A CD is loaded upsidedown inside the CD deck
and does not play.
Eject the disc then reload it properly.
3. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to select "ON" or
"OFF".
4. Press the [ADJ] button to return to the
previous mode.
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Signal to Noise Ratio (1 kHz):
112 dB
Dynamic Range (1 kHz):
100 dB
Harmonic Distortion:
0.003% (20Hz to 20kHz)
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.
Take the measures described below to eliminate the problem.
Error Display
A CD is caught inside the CD deck and is
not ejected.
This is a failure of CD deck’s mechanism.
Consult your store of purchase.
ERROR 3
A CD cannot be played due to scratches,
etc.
Replace with a non-scratched,
non-warped-disc.
ERROR 2
A CD inside the CD changer is not loaded.
This is a failure of CD changer’s mechanism.
Consult your store of purchase.
Bass Control Action (50 Hz):
±12 dB
Treble Control Action (10 kHz):
±12 dB
Line Output Level (CD 1 kHz):
Vol 0dB = 4V
Vol +6dB = 8V (Max)
ERROR 3
A CD inside the CD changer cannot be
played due to scratches, etc.
Replace with a non-scratched, non-warped
disc.
DSP/DAC
ERROR 6
A CD inside the CD changer cannot be
played because it is loaded upside-down.
Eject the disc then reload it properly.
ERROR 2
A DISC inside the DVD changer cannot be
played.
This is a failure of DVD mechanism.
Consult your store of purchase.
ERROR 3
A DISC cannot be played due to scratches,
etc.
Retry or replace with a non-scratched, nonwarped-disc.
ERROR 6
A DISC inside the DVD changer cannot be
played because it is loaded upside-down.
Eject the disc then reload it properly
ERROR P
Parental level error
Set the correct Parental level.
ERROR R
Region code error
Eject the disc and replace correct region
code disc.
If an error display other than the ones described above appears, press the reset button. If the problem
persists, turn off the power and consult your store of purchase.
10. SPECIFICATIONS
FM Tuner
AM Tuner
Frequency Range:
87.0 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity:
9 dBf
50dB Quieting Sensitivity:
15 dBf
Alternate Channel Selectivity:
70 dB
Stereo Separation (1 kHz):
35 dB
Frequency Response (±3 dB):
30 Hz to 15 kHz
Frequency Range:
531 kHz to 1629 kHz
Usable Sensitivity:
25 µV
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ERROR 2
CD
CD changer
DVD changer
Measure
Cause
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CD Player
System:
Compact disc digital audio system
Usable Discs:
Compact disc
Frequency Response (±1 dB):
5 Hz to 20 kHz
• A/D conversion: 24-bit 64x oversampling ∆Σ
A/D converter
• D/A conversion: 96 kHz/24-bit advanced
segment D/A converter
• 8x oversampling digital filter:
Blocked band attenuation: -130 dB
Transmitted band attenuation: ±0.00001 dB
• Sampling rate converter:
Input sampling rate (fs32k, fs44.1k, fs48k,
fs96k)
Output sampling rate (fs48k, fs96k)
• DSP: 24-bit audio DSP, 34-bit arithmetic
operation (overflow margin 4-bit)
MULTI mode: 4WAY. X-OVER/
HIGH-HPF 315 Hz to 20 kHz/
MID-LPF 250 Hz to 20 kHz, THROUGH/
MID-HPF THROUGH, 200 Hz to 20 kHz/
LOW-LPF 250 Hz to 10 kHz, THROUGH/
LOW-HPF THROUGH, 25 Hz to 250 Hz/
SUB-W-LPF 25 Hz to 250 Hz, THROUGH/
SUB-W-HPF THROUGH, 16 Hz to 80 Hz
Each fc1/3 oct step SLOPE -6/-12/-18 dB
GAIN 0 to -24 dB
: 5BAND-P.EQ/BAND 1/2/3 50 Hz to 20 kHz
BAND4/5 630 Hz to 20 kHz
Each fc1/3 oct step GAIN ±12 dB Q0.5 to 12
: Time alignment/0 to 512.4 cm 0.7 cm steps
: Tone control/BASS 50 Hz ±12 dB
TREBLE 10 kHz ±12 dB
* When BASS/TREB is selected
STANDARD mode: FRONT-2WAY
HIGH-HPF 315 Hz to 20 kHz/
FRONT-LPF 250 Hz to 20 kHz, THROUGH/
REAR-HPF THROUGH, 25 Hz to 250 Hz/
SUB-W-LPF 25 Hz to 250 Hz, THROUGH/
SUB-W-HPF THROUGH, 16 Hz to 80 Hz
Each fc1/3 oct step SLOPE -6/-12/-18 dB
GAIN 0 to -24 dB
5BAND-P.EQ/time alignment/tone control
DIRECT mode: FRONT+REAR+NON-FADER
General
Power Supply Voltage:
14.4 V DC (10.8 to 15.6 V allowable),
negative ground
Current Consumption:
Less than 5 A
Weight / Source unit:
3.96 lb. (1.8 kg)
Weight / DC-DC Converter:
1.54 lb. (700 g)
Weight / Remote control unit:
1.76 oz. (50 g) (including battery)
Dimensions / Source unit:
7" (Width) ✕ 2" (Height) ✕ 6-1/8" (Depth)
[178 (W) ✕ 50 (H) ✕ 155 (D) mm]
Dimensions / DC-DC Converter:
6-7/10" (Width) ✕ 1-5/8" (Height) ✕ 3-7/8" (Depth)
[163 (W) ✕ 42 (H) ✕ 98 (D) mm]
Dimensions / Remote control unit:
1-3/4" (Width) ✕ 4-5/16" (Height) ✕ 1-1/8" (Depth)
[52 (W) ✕ 125 (H) ✕ 12 (D) mm]
Note:
• Specifications and design are subject to change without notice for further improvement.
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9. ERROR DISPLAYS
The list below shows values obtained by calculating the 1STEP delay with 1STEP distance set to
0.715625cm and rounding the resulting figures to the nearest whole number.
1STEP delay : 0.020833333[msec]
T=20°C
v =343.5[m/s]
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
0
0.0
0.00
1
0.7
0.02
2
1.4
0.04
3
2.1
0.06
4
2.9
0.08
5
3.6
0.10
6
4.3
0.13
7
5.0
0.15
8
5.7
0.17
9
6.4
0.19
10
7.2
0.21
11
7.9
0.23
12
8.6
0.25
13
9.3
0.27
14
10.0
0.29
15
10.7
0.31
16
11.5
0.33
17
12.2
0.35
18
12.9
0.38
19
13.6
0.40
20
14.3
0.42
21
15.0
0.44
22
15.7
0.46
23
16.5
0.48
24
17.2
0.50
25
17.9
0.52
26
18.6
0.54
27
19.3
0.56
28
20.0
0.58
29
20.8
0.60
30
21.5
0.63
31
22.2
0.65
32
22.9
0.67
33
23.6
0.69
34
24.3
0.71
35
25.0
0.73
36
25.8
0.75
37
26.5
0.77
38
27.2
0.79
39
27.9
0.81
40
28.6
0.83
41
29.3
0.85
42
30.1
0.88
43
30.8
0.90
44
31.5
0.92
45
32.2
0.94
46
32.9
0.96
47
33.6
0.98
48
34.4
1.00
49
35.1
1.02
50
35.8
1.04
51
36.5
1.06
52
37.2
1.08
53
37.9
1.10
54
38.6
1.13
55
39.4
1.15
56
40.1
1.17
57
40.8
1.19
58
41.5
1.21
59
42.2
1.23
60
42.9
1.25
61
43.7
1.27
62
44.4
1.29
63
45.1
1.31
64
45.8
1.33
65
46.5
1.35
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Velocity of sound v=331.5+0.6∗T
1cm=0.029112082[msec]
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
66
47.2
1.38
67
47.9
1.40
68
48.7
1.42
69
49.4
1.44
70
50.1
1.46
71
50.8
1.48
72
51.5
1.50
73
52.2
1.52
74
53.0
1.54
75
53.7
1.56
76
54.4
1.58
77
55.1
1.60
78
55.8
1.63
79
56.5
1.65
80
57.3
1.67
81
58.0
1.69
82
58.7
1.71
83
59.4
1.73
84
60.1
1.75
85
60.8
1.77
86
61.5
1.79
87
62.3
1.81
88
63.0
1.83
89
63.7
1.85
90
64.4
1.88
91
65.1
1.90
92
65.8
1.92
93
66.6
1.94
94
67.3
1.96
95
68.0
1.98
96
68.7
2.00
97
69.4
2.02
98
70.1
2.04
99
70.8
2.06
100
71.6
2.08
101
72.3
2.10
102
73.0
2.13
103
73.7
2.15
104
74.4
2.17
105
75.1
2.19
106
75.9
2.21
107
76.6
2.23
108
77.3
2.25
109
78.0
2.27
110
78.7
2.29
111
79.4
2.31
112
80.2
2.33
113
80.9
2.35
114
81.6
2.38
115
82.3
2.40
116
83.0
2.42
117
83.7
2.44
118
84.4
2.46
119
85.2
2.48
120
85.9
2.50
121
86.6
2.52
122
87.3
2.54
123
88.0
2.56
124
88.7
2.58
125
89.5
2.60
126
90.2
2.63
127
90.9
2.65
128
91.6
2.67
129
92.3
2.69
130
93.0
2.71
131
93.7
2.73
1STEP distance=0.715625[cm]
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
132
94.5
2.75
133
95.2
2.77
134
95.9
2.79
135
96.6
2.81
136
97.3
2.83
137
98.0
2.85
138
98.8
2.88
139
99.5
2.90
140
100.2
2.92
141
100.9
2.94
142
101.6
2.96
143
102.3
2.98
144
103.1
3.00
145
103.8
3.02
146
104.5
3.04
147
105.2
3.06
148
105.9
3.08
149
106.6
3.10
150
107.3
3.13
151
108.1
3.15
152
108.8
3.17
153
109.5
3.19
154
110.2
3.21
155
110.9
3.23
156
111.6
3.25
157
112.4
3.27
158
113.1
3.29
159
113.8
3.31
160
114.5
3.33
161
115.2
3.35
162
115.9
3.38
163
116.6
3.40
164
117.4
3.42
165
118.1
3.44
166
118.8
3.46
167
119.5
3.48
168
120.2
3.50
169
120.9
3.52
170
121.7
3.54
171
122.4
3.56
172
123.1
3.58
173
123.8
3.60
174
124.5
3.63
175
125.2
3.65
176
126.0
3.67
177
126.7
3.69
178
127.4
3.71
179
128.1
3.73
180
128.8
3.75
181
129.5
3.77
182
130.2
3.79
183
131.0
3.81
184
131.7
3.83
185
132.4
3.85
186
133.1
3.88
187
133.8
3.90
188
134.5
3.92
189
135.3
3.94
190
136.0
3.96
191
136.7
3.98
192
137.4
4.00
193
138.1
4.02
194
138.8
4.04
195
139.5
4.06
196
140.3
4.08
197
141.0
4.10
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
198
141.7
4.13
199
142.4
4.15
200
143.1
4.17
201
143.8
4.19
202
144.6
4.21
203
145.3
4.23
204
146.0
4.25
205
146.7
4.27
206
147.4
4.29
207
148.1
4.31
208
148.9
4.33
209
149.6
4.35
210
150.3
4.38
211
151.0
4.40
212
151.7
4.42
213
152.4
4.44
214
153.1
4.46
215
153.9
4.48
216
154.6
4.50
217
155.3
4.52
218
156.0
4.54
219
156.7
4.56
220
157.4
4.58
221
158.2
4.60
222
158.9
4.63
223
159.6
4.65
224
160.3
4.67
225
161.0
4.69
226
161.7
4.71
227
162.4
4.73
228
163.2
4.75
229
163.9
4.77
230
164.6
4.79
231
165.3
4.81
232
166.0
4.83
233
166.7
4.85
234
167.5
4.88
235
168.2
4.90
236
168.9
4.92
237
169.6
4.94
238
170.3
4.96
239
171.0
4.98
240
171.8
5.00
241
172.5
5.02
242
173.2
5.04
243
173.9
5.06
244
174.6
5.08
245
175.3
5.10
246
176.0
5.13
247
176.8
5.15
248
177.5
5.17
249
178.2
5.19
250
178.9
5.21
251
179.6
5.23
252
180.3
5.25
253
181.1
5.27
254
181.8
5.29
255
182.5
5.31
256
183.2
5.33
257
183.9
5.35
258
184.6
5.38
259
185.3
5.40
260
186.1
5.42
261
186.8
5.44
262
187.5
5.46
263
188.2
5.48
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
264
188.9
5.50
265
189.6
5.52
266
190.4
5.54
267
191.1
5.56
268
191.8
5.58
269
192.5
5.60
270
193.2
5.63
271
193.9
5.65
272
194.7
5.67
273
195.4
5.69
274
196.1
5.71
275
196.8
5.73
276
197.5
5.75
277
198.2
5.77
278
198.9
5.79
279
199.7
5.81
280
200.4
5.83
281
201.1
5.85
282
201.8
5.88
283
202.5
5.90
284
203.2
5.92
285
204.0
5.94
286
204.7
5.96
287
205.4
5.98
288
206.1
6.00
289
206.8
6.02
290
207.5
6.04
291
208.2
6.06
292
209.0
6.08
293
209.7
6.10
294
210.4
6.13
295
211.1
6.15
296
211.8
6.17
297
212.5
6.19
298
213.3
6.21
299
214.0
6.23
300
214.7
6.25
301
215.4
6.27
302
216.1
6.29
303
216.8
6.31
304
217.6
6.33
305
218.3
6.35
306
219.0
6.38
307
219.7
6.40
308
220.4
6.42
309
221.1
6.44
310
221.8
6.46
311
222.6
6.48
312
223.3
6.50
313
224.0
6.52
314
224.7
6.54
315
225.4
6.56
316
226.1
6.58
317
226.9
6.60
318
227.6
6.63
319
228.3
6.65
320
229.0
6.67
321
229.7
6.69
322
230.4
6.71
323
231.1
6.73
324
231.9
6.75
325
232.6
6.77
326
233.3
6.79
327
234.0
6.81
328
234.7
6.83
329
235.4
6.85
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
236.2
236.9
237.6
238.3
239.0
239.7
240.5
241.2
241.9
242.6
243.3
244.0
244.7
245.5
246.2
246.9
247.6
248.3
249.0
249.8
250.5
251.2
251.9
252.6
253.3
254.0
254.8
255.5
256.2
256.9
257.6
258.3
259.1
259.8
260.5
261.2
261.9
262.6
263.4
264.1
264.8
265.5
266.2
266.9
267.6
268.4
269.1
269.8
270.5
271.2
271.9
272.7
273.4
274.1
274.8
275.5
276.2
276.9
277.7
278.4
279.1
279.8
280.5
281.2
282.0
282.7
283.4
284.1
284.8
285.5
286.3
287.0
287.7
288.4
289.1
289.8
290.5
291.3
292.0
292.7
6.88
6.90
6.92
6.94
6.96
6.98
7.00
7.02
7.04
7.06
7.08
7.10
7.13
7.15
7.17
7.19
7.21
7.23
7.25
7.27
7.29
7.31
7.33
7.35
7.38
7.40
7.42
7.44
7.46
7.48
7.50
7.52
7.54
7.56
7.58
7.60
7.63
7.65
7.67
7.69
7.71
7.73
7.75
7.77
7.79
7.81
7.83
7.85
7.88
7.90
7.92
7.94
7.96
7.98
8.00
8.02
8.04
8.06
8.08
8.10
8.13
8.15
8.17
8.19
8.21
8.23
8.25
8.27
8.29
8.31
8.33
8.35
8.38
8.40
8.42
8.44
8.46
8.48
8.50
8.52
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
293.4
294.1
294.8
295.6
296.3
297.0
297.7
298.4
299.1
299.8
300.6
301.3
302.0
302.7
303.4
304.1
304.9
305.6
306.3
307.0
307.7
308.4
309.2
309.9
310.6
311.3
312.0
312.7
313.4
314.2
314.9
315.6
316.3
317.0
317.7
318.5
319.2
319.9
320.6
321.3
322.0
322.7
323.5
324.2
324.9
325.6
326.3
327.0
327.8
328.5
329.2
329.9
330.6
331.3
332.1
332.8
333.5
334.2
334.9
335.6
336.3
337.1
337.8
338.5
339.2
339.9
340.6
341.4
342.1
342.8
343.5
344.2
344.9
345.6
346.4
347.1
347.8
348.5
349.2
349.9
8.54
8.56
8.58
8.60
8.63
8.65
8.67
8.69
8.71
8.73
8.75
8.77
8.79
8.81
8.83
8.85
8.88
8.90
8.92
8.94
8.96
8.98
9.00
9.02
9.04
9.06
9.08
9.10
9.13
9.15
9.17
9.19
9.21
9.23
9.25
9.27
9.29
9.31
9.33
9.35
9.38
9.40
9.42
9.44
9.46
9.48
9.50
9.52
9.54
9.56
9.58
9.60
9.63
9.65
9.67
9.69
9.71
9.73
9.75
9.77
9.79
9.81
9.83
9.85
9.88
9.90
9.92
9.94
9.96
9.98
10.00
10.02
10.04
10.06
10.08
10.10
10.13
10.15
10.17
10.19
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
350.7
351.4
352.1
352.8
353.5
354.2
355.0
355.7
356.4
357.1
357.8
358.5
359.2
360.0
360.7
361.4
362.1
362.8
363.5
364.3
365.0
365.7
366.4
367.1
367.8
368.5
369.3
370.0
370.7
371.4
372.1
372.8
373.6
374.3
375.0
375.7
376.4
377.1
377.9
378.6
379.3
380.0
380.7
381.4
382.1
382.9
383.6
384.3
385.0
385.7
386.4
387.2
387.9
388.6
389.3
390.0
390.7
391.4
392.2
392.9
393.6
394.3
395.0
395.7
396.5
397.2
397.9
398.6
399.3
400.0
400.8
401.5
402.2
402.9
403.6
404.3
405.0
405.8
406.5
407.2
10.21
10.23
10.25
10.27
10.29
10.31
10.33
10.35
10.38
10.40
10.42
10.44
10.46
10.48
10.50
10.52
10.54
10.56
10.58
10.60
10.63
10.65
10.67
10.69
10.71
10.73
10.75
10.77
10.79
10.81
10.83
10.85
10.88
10.90
10.92
10.94
10.96
10.98
11.00
11.02
11.04
11.06
11.08
11.10
11.13
11.15
11.17
11.19
11.21
11.23
11.25
11.27
11.29
11.31
11.33
11.35
11.38
11.40
11.42
11.44
11.46
11.48
11.50
11.52
11.54
11.56
11.58
11.60
11.63
11.65
11.67
11.69
11.71
11.73
11.75
11.77
11.79
11.81
11.83
11.85
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
407.9
408.6
409.3
410.1
410.8
411.5
412.2
412.9
413.6
414.3
415.1
415.8
416.5
417.2
417.9
418.6
419.4
420.1
420.8
421.5
422.2
422.9
423.7
424.4
425.1
425.8
426.5
427.2
427.9
428.7
429.4
430.1
430.8
431.5
432.2
433.0
433.7
434.4
435.1
435.8
436.5
437.2
438.0
438.7
439.4
440.1
440.8
441.5
442.3
443.0
443.7
444.4
445.1
445.8
446.6
447.3
448.0
448.7
449.4
450.1
450.8
451.6
452.3
453.0
453.7
454.4
455.1
455.9
456.6
457.3
458.0
458.7
459.4
460.1
460.9
461.6
462.3
463.0
463.7
464.4
11.88
11.90
11.92
11.94
11.96
11.98
12.00
12.02
12.04
12.06
12.08
12.10
12.13
12.15
12.17
12.19
12.21
12.23
12.25
12.27
12.29
12.31
12.33
12.35
12.38
12.40
12.42
12.44
12.46
12.48
12.50
12.52
12.54
12.56
12.58
12.60
12.63
12.65
12.67
12.69
12.71
12.73
12.75
12.77
12.79
12.81
12.83
12.85
12.88
12.90
12.92
12.94
12.96
12.98
13.00
13.02
13.04
13.06
13.08
13.10
13.13
13.15
13.17
13.19
13.21
13.23
13.25
13.27
13.29
13.31
13.33
13.35
13.38
13.40
13.42
13.44
13.46
13.48
13.50
13.52
STEP Distance Time
[cm] [msec]
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
465.2
465.9
466.6
467.3
468.0
468.7
469.5
470.2
470.9
471.6
472.3
473.0
473.7
474.5
475.2
475.9
476.6
477.3
478.0
478.8
479.5
480.2
480.9
481.6
482.3
483.0
483.8
484.5
485.2
485.9
486.6
487.3
488.1
488.8
489.5
490.2
490.9
491.6
492.4
493.1
493.8
494.5
495.2
495.9
496.6
497.4
498.1
498.8
499.5
500.2
500.9
501.7
502.4
503.1
503.8
504.5
505.2
505.9
506.7
507.4
508.1
508.8
509.5
510.2
511.0
511.7
512.4
HX-D2
13.54
13.56
13.58
13.60
13.63
13.65
13.67
13.69
13.71
13.73
13.75
13.77
13.79
13.81
13.83
13.85
13.88
13.90
13.92
13.94
13.96
13.98
14.00
14.02
14.04
14.06
14.08
14.10
14.13
14.15
14.17
14.19
14.21
14.23
14.25
14.27
14.29
14.31
14.33
14.35
14.38
14.40
14.42
14.44
14.46
14.48
14.50
14.52
14.54
14.56
14.58
14.60
14.63
14.65
14.67
14.69
14.71
14.73
14.75
14.77
14.79
14.81
14.83
14.85
14.88
14.90
14.92
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English
APPENDIX : TIME ALIGNMENT LIST
Multi Mode
MEMORY1
Standard Mode
HPF
HIGH
MEMORY1
LPF
FILTER
FRONT-LOW
REAR
HPF
LPF
SUB-W
HPF
FRONT-HIGH
TIME Alignment
FRONT-LOW
REAR
SUB-W
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
BAND2
P.EQ
LEFT
BAND3
BAND4
BAND5
BAND1
BAND2
RIGHT
BAND3
BAND4
BAND5
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NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
MID
Hz
dB/oct
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
MEMORY1
MEMORY2
MEMORY3
LPF
LOW
HPF
LPF
SUB-W
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
MEMORY2
HPF
NOR/REV
Lch
Rch
Lch
Rch
Lch
Rch
Lch
Rch
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
LPF
NOR/REV
Hz
dB/oct
dB
MEMORY1
BAND1
MEMORY3
X-OVER
FRONT-HIGH
MEMORY2
HPF
HIGH
MID
TIME Alignment
LOW
SUB-W
BAND1
Hz
dB
BAND2
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
LEFT
BAND3
BAND4
Hz
dB
BAND5
Hz
dB
BAND1
Hz
dB
BAND2
Hz
dB
RIGHT
BAND3
Hz
dB
BAND4
Hz
dB
BAND5
MEMORY3
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
Hz
dB/oct
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
Hz
dB/oct
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
Hz
dB/oct
Hz
dB/oct
dB
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
NOR/REV
MEMORY1
MEMORY2
MEMORY3
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
MEMORY1
Hz
dB
MEMORY2
Lch
Rch
Lch
Rch
Lch
Rch
Lch
Rch
MEMORY3
P.EQ
HPF
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Filter frequency(fc)
Slope
Gain
Phase
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
Center frequency(fo)
Gain
Q
English
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MEMO : SOUND SETUP MEMO
MEMORY2
MEMORY3
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
Hz
dB
HX-D2
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