Sony XAV-A1, XAV-C1 Installation guide

Sony XAV-A1, XAV-C1 Installation guide
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Notice to dealers and installers
Please return this manual to the customer after the installation is completed.
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XAV-A1
XAV-C1
© 2005 Sony Corporation
Precautions
Unit is designed for negative ground
12 V DC systems only
The unit cannot be used in trucks or other cars
with 24 V systems. Otherwise, there is a risk of fire
and damage.
Do not disassemble or remodel the
unit
This can cause electric shock, personal injury or
fire. Do not connect any other system’s power
supply cord to this unit’s power supply cord
directly. If you are in any doubt about the safe
installation of this unit, please consult your nearest
Sony dealer.
Do not install in locations which
interfere with airbag operation
Otherwise there is a risk of accidents and injury.
Use only the specified fuse
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use only a fuse
of the same rating (ampere rating). Otherwise
there is a risk of fire.
Cautions
• Do not get the wires under a screw, or caught in
moving parts (e.g. seat railing).
• Before making connections, turn the car ignition
off to avoid short circuits.
• Connect the yellow and red power input leads
only after all other leads have been connected.
• Run all ground wires to a common ground
point.
• Be sure to insulate any loose unconnected wires
with electrical tape for safety.
Notes on the power supply cord (yellow)
• When connecting this unit in combination with
other stereo components, the connected car
circuit’s rating must be higher than the sum of
each component’s fuse.
• When no car circuits are rated high enough,
connect the unit directly to the battery.
On safety
Comply with the Traffic Laws in your country.
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Table of Contents
Precautions ......................................................................................................
Parts List ..........................................................................................................
Connection Example .......................................................................................
Connecting Information .................................................................................
2
4
5
6
Connecting the cords ......................................................................................................... 6
Using the tap ....................................................................................................................... 6
1 Car Systems Connections ......................................................................... 7
Connecting without optional TV tuner unit .................................................................. 9
Connecting with optional TV tuner unit ...................................................................... 10
2 Installing the Main Unit .......................................................................... 11
Before installation ............................................................................................................ 11
Installation procedure ..................................................................................................... 12
3 After Installation and Connections ........................................................ 14
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Parts List
The numbers in the list are keyed to those in the instructions.
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CAUTION
Handle the bracket
8 carefully to avoid
injuring your fingers.
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Connection Example
For details, see the section “1 Car Systems Connections” (pages 7 - 10). Be sure to refer also to the
documentation for all other components in the system.
System configuration
AV Center XAV-A1
XAV-C1
Game (optional)
Walkman or
Video Camera
(optional)
A/V IN*
(Front)
(AUX 1)
AUX 2
SUB OUT
(MONO)
Amplifier
(optional)
FRONT L/R REAR
REAR L/R MONITOR
OUT
Amplifier
(optional)
Subwoofer
(optional)
AUX 3
AUX 3 and BUS
Back Camera
(optional)
TV Tuner XT-V70
(optional)
Speaker
(optional)
Rear Monitor
(optional)
* Connect with supplied connecting cable 2. (Use a conversion plug 3 when you connect the audio equipment.)
When you connect the video camera
2
When you connect the audio player
3
2
Notes
• Be sure to connect the ground cord before connecting the amplifier.
• If you connect an optional power amplifier and do not use the built-in amplifier, the beep sound will be deactivated.
5
Connecting Information
For details, see the section “1 Car Systems Connections” (next page).
Connecting the cords
Notes
• Be sure to connect the power input
cord after all other cords are connected.
• If the parking brake switch cord is too
thin, connect the parking cord to the
parking brake switch cord directly
without using the tap.
Connect each cord using the taps. For the combination of each
cord, see the following table. Also, see the section “1 Car
Systems Connections” (next page).
Main unit side
Car side
Orange/white
Illumination signal cord
Purple/white
Power terminal cord of the back lamp
Light green
Parking brake switch cord
Using the tap
Parking brake switch cord
Tap 7
Parking cord
(Light green)
Connecting the parking cord
The mounting position of the parking brake switch cord depends
on your car. Refer to the system connection illustrations below
and consult your car dealer or your nearest Sony dealer for
further details.
Foot brake type
Parking brake
switch cord
Hand brake type
Parking brake
switch cord
The cord for utilizing the back camera better
Purple/white cord (for the connection to the power terminal
cord of the back lamp)
If you connect the purple/white cord to the power terminal cord
of the back lamp, the image of back camera will be automatically
displayed on the monitor when a back lamp lights up. You can
adjust the parking location viewing the image of back camera
when you backup.
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1 Car Systems Connections
Refer also to the documentation for all other components in the system.
Also see “Connecting Information” on page 6.
• Components listed here except for supplied accessories are available separately. When connecting such
components, be sure to also refer to their documentation.
For specifications and other information on separately available components, contact your dealer.
Prevention of accidents caused by short-circuits
To prevent the risk of accidents caused by short-circuits, connect the power supply leads (red and yellow)
only after all other wiring has been completed, and only with the ignition key in the OFF position.
Otherwise, accidental short-circuiting can lead to electric shock and to serious damage.
When a fuse has blown, check the wiring and locate the cause of the problem before replacing the fuse.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use only a fuse of the same rating (ampere rating). Using a different
fuse or bridging the contacts with wire is highly dangerous and can lead to serious damage.
Make sure to connect all of the following leads.
Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock, damage to the equipment, or malfunction.
• Connect purple/white lead to back lamp lead of car.
• Connect orange/white lead to illumination signal lead of car.
• Connect light green lead to parking brake switch lead of car.
• Connect yellow lead to battery power supply of car.
• Connect red lead to accessory power supply of car.
• Connect black lead to metal point on car chassis.
* Do not mix up the yellow and red leads, as this will cause the memory contents to be lost.
Observe the following precautions.
Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock, damage to the equipment, or malfunction.
• Cover unused connectors with electrician’s tape to prevent accidental contact.
• Route FM/AM antenna cable, bus cable, RCA interconnects, and power supply leads as far apart from
each other as possible, to prevent noise interference.
• Always grasp the connector and do not pull the cable when disconnecting the bus cable or other cables.
Otherwise the cable may become detached.
Notes on the control and power supply leads
• The power antenna control lead (blue) supplies +12 V DC when turn on the tuner.
• When your car has built-in FM / AM antenna in the rear / side glass, connect the power antenna
control lead (blue) or the accessory power input lead (red) to the power terminal of the existing
antenna booster. For details, consult your dealer.
• A power antenna without relay box cannot be used with this unit.
Memory hold connection
When the yellow power input lead is connected, power will always be supplied to the memory circuit
even when the ignition key is turned off.
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Notes on speaker connection
• Before connecting the speakers, turn the unit off.
• Use speakers with an impedance of 4 to 8 ohms, and with adequate power handling capacities to avoid
its damage.
• Do not connect the speaker terminals to the car chassis, or connect the terminals of the right speakers
with those of the left speaker.
• Do not connect the ground lead of this unit to the negative E terminal of the speaker.
• Do not attempt to connect the speakers in parallel.
• Connect only passive speakers. Connecting active speakers (with built-in amplifiers) to the speaker
terminals may damage the unit.
• To avoid a malfunction, do not use the built-in speaker wires installed in your car if the unit shares a
common negative E lead for the right and left speakers.
• Do not connect the unit’s speaker cords to each other.
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Connecting without optional TV tuner unit
RCA interconnects
(optional)
Active subwoofer
(optional)
SUB OUT (MONO)
RCA interconnects
(optional)
Rear speakers
(optional)
This terminal is not
used in this case.
Amplifiers
(optional)
REAR L/R
RCA interconnects
(optional)
Front speakers
(optional)
FRONT L/R
Left
Front speakers
(optional)
Right
AUX 3
RC-104 (optional)
digital output
White
White/black
From car antenna
Gray
Gray/black
Left
Rear speakers
(optional)
Right
To the optional
back camera or
a video
equipment
Green
Green/black
AUX 2
To game
etc.
REAR MONITOR OUT
To rear
monitor etc.
Power
supply
leads 1
(for main
unit)
Purple
Purple/black
Black (0.35 m)
To a metal surface of the car*2
To the +12 V power terminal which is
energized at all times*1
To the +12 V power terminal which is
energized in the accessory position of
the ignition key switch*1*3
Yellow (0.35 m)
Fuse (10 A)
Red (0.25 m)
Orange/white (0.25 m)
To a car’s illumination signal*1
To the + 12 V power terminal of the
back lamp lead of car
To AMP REMOTE IN of an optional
power amplifier*4
To the power antenna control lead or
power supply lead of antenna booster
amplifier*3*5
Parking brake switch lead of car
Protection device
Purple/White (5m)
Blue/white (0.25 m)
Max. supply current 0.3 A
Blue (0.25 m)
Max. supply current 0.3 A
Tap 7
Light green (2.5 m)
*1 Be sure to connect the black ground lead to it first.
*2 First connect the black ground lead, then connect the yellow and red power input leads.
*3 When your car has built-in FM/AM antenna in the rear/side glass, see “Notes on the control and power
supply leads” (page 7).
*4 This connection is only for amplifiers. Connecting any other system may damage the unit.
*5 It is not necessary to connect this lead if there is no power antenna or antenna booster, or with a manuallyoperated telescopic antenna.
Note on the accessory power input lead (red)
If there is no accessory position, connect to the +12 V power (battery) terminal which is energized at all times.
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Connecting with optional TV tuner unit
Film antenna
Antenna cord
Tuner
amplifier
unit
To the +12 V power
terminal which is
energized in the
accessory position of the
ignition key switch. Be
sure to connect the black
ground lead first.
To a metal point
of the car
To the optional back camera
or a video equipment
10
TV tuner unit
XT-V70
(optional)
AUX 3
2 Installing the Main Unit
Installation angle
The unit should be installed within an
angle of 30 degrees from horizontal. If
this angle is exceeded, the monitor may
not open up or retract properly.
After all connections are made, install the main unit to the
dashboard.
Before installation
This unit is designed to be completely safe, but if not installed
correctly, it can cause accidents. Be sure to verify the following
points before installation.
Install the main unit to the in-dash location, and the amplifier unit
under the navigator’s seat, etc.
• If the monitor in the opened position is close to a airconditioning outlet, the outlet should be closed.
• Install the unit so that the monitor when opened up will not
block access to the hazard switch or other important controls.
• Do not install the unit (monitor) in locations which may be
subject to excessively low or high temperatures. (Otherwise the
unit may be deformed and the LCD may be damaged.)
Exposure to direct sunlight can also lead to high temperatures
and should be avoided.
Note
Keep the units and connection cables
apart.
Selecting the installation location
1
Set the ignition key to OFF or remove it.
2
Place the units in their intended mounting
locations to check the cable length and monitor
installation conditions.
Installation procedure precautions
• Perform the installation carefully. Dropping the unit or
otherwise subjecting it to strong impact or force may deform
the chassis, resulting in failure of the monitor loading
mechanism or other defects.
T
T N
N T/N T
N
T/N T/N
• To allow for proper opening and closing of the monitor, there
must be a clearance of at least 170 mm between the closest
position of the shift lever and the mounting surface for the unit.
Shift lever
At least 170 mm
from mounting
surface
• In some cases, the shift lever may touch the monitor when
moved to a certain position. Make sure that there is no
obstruction to driving operations.
• When installing this unit together with other car audio
equipment (single DIN slot size) in a stacked configuration,
install the main unit on top.
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Installation procedure
Mounting example
When installing this unit, be sure to close the monitor of the unit.
If the monitor is opened while installing and given too much
force, it may cause a malfunction.
1
182
mm
53 m
m
8
2
Claws
3
Dashboard
Fire wall
8
9
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Toyota cars (illustration shows an example for a Toyota car)
Align the brackets of the factory-installed car stereo with the
mounting holes marked “T” on the side of the main unit, and use
the supplied screws to fasten the brackets. For Toyota cars, the
supplied screws 5 should be used.
5
XAV-A1
XAV-C1
Bracket of
factory-installed
car stereo
Notes
• Do not press the front panel buttons of
the unit during installation and do not
apply strong force.
• Do not place any objects on top of the
unit.
• If a salient of the genuine bracket
touches the unit due to its figure, and
makes attachment hard, process the
bracket by scraping the salient off.
Screws of factoryinstalled car stereo
bracket
Nissan cars
Align the brackets of the factory-installed car stereo with the
mounting holes marked “N” on the side of the main unit, and use
the supplied pan-head screws 5 to fasten the brackets.
5
XAV-A1
XAV-C1
Bracket of
factory-installed
car stereo
Screws of factoryinstalled car stereo
bracket
* Be sure to use only the supplied pan-head screws 5 for
installation. If any other screws are used, make sure they
conform to the requirements shown below.
Using longer screws can cause internal damage to the unit.
5 mm
6 mm
Damage can also occur if the screws are used directly on the
unit without the brackets of the factory-installed car stereo.
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3 After Installation and Connections
1
Start the car’s engine.
that the brake lights, other lights, horn, turn
2 Verify
indicators, and all other electrical parts operate
normally.
Note
To avoid the possibility of damage, you
should not use a needle or push the
button too strongly.
a mechanical-pencil or similar to push the Reset
3 Use
button on the unit.
Reset button
When you press the Reset button, the system becomes
operative.
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ଣྙิ୓ᔃྻ0‫ྻڹ‬ሣೌ୻ᒗઁࡾ࢟ᏎሣLjࡩઁࡾ࢛ೡဟઁ࿳፬૦
࿟ࡼ፬ስ୓ᔈࣅመာ᎖ପ၁໭ăิభጲᏴઁᏈဟఘᓹઁ࿳፬૦ࡼ፬
ስࢯᑳᄫ‫ޱ‬ᆡᒙă
6
1໱‫ޱ‬ᇹᄻೌ୻
༿‫ܘ‬ኍ‫ݬ‬ᏞᇹᄻᒦჅᎌ໚Ⴧ‫ݝ‬ୈࡼႁීၗă
༿‫ܘ‬ኍ‫ݬ‬Ꮮ࢒7጑ࡼĐೌ୻ቧᇦđă
• ߹೫Ⴒ૦এୈᅪLjᏴࠥჅ೰ࡼ‫ݝ‬ୈ‫ܘ‬ኍ഍৪ăࡩೌ୻ࠥಢ‫ݝ‬ୈဟLjᇗ‫ݬܘ‬Ꮮ໚Ⴥএࡼႁීၗă
ᎌਈ഍৪‫ݝ‬ୈࡼਖৃਜ਼໚ჇቧᇦLj༿Ꭷளሾ࿜ೊᇹă
ऴᒏ࣢വ፛໦ူ৺
ᆐ೫ऴᒏ࣢വ፛໦ူ৺LjᒑᎌᏴ໚Ⴧሣവೌ୻ᅲઁ‫ݣ‬ถೌ୻࢟ᏎሣDŽ੺ྻਜ਼લྻDžLj݀༦࢛૜Ꮩߓ‫ܘ‬ኍᏴ
PGGᆡᒙă॥ᐌLjፀᅪࡼ࣢വభถ፛໦߿࢟ਜ਼ዏᒮࡼႼડă
ࡩۣሙႋྍછဟLjᏴৎધۣሙႋᒄ༄༿ሌଶ‫އ‬ሣവ݀ཀྵࢾᆰᄌᏇፐăࡩৎધۣሙႋဟLj༿ᇗ‫ܘ‬ဧ፿ሤᄴਖ
ৃࡼۣሙႋDŽ࢟ഗਖৃDžăဧ፿‫ݙ‬ᄴࡼۣሙႋ૞፿࢟ሣೌ୻ဵऻ‫ࡼޟ‬ᆉሙLjጾᎌభถ፛໦ዏᒮࡼႼડă
ᇗ‫୻ೌܘ‬ሆ೰Ⴥᎌࡴሣă
॥ᐌLjభถࡴᒘ߿࢟Ă࿸۸Ⴜડ૞৺ᑇă
• ೌ୻ᔃྻ0‫ࡴྻڹ‬ሣᒗ໱‫ࡾઁࡼޱ‬ă
• ೌ୻߄ྻ0‫ࡴྻڹ‬ሣᒗ໱‫ࡼޱ‬ᑍීቧ੓ă
• ೌ୻༇ൊྻࡴሣᒗ໱‫ࡼޱ‬ᄫ‫ޱ‬ᒜࣅఎਈࡴሣă
• ೌ୻લྻࡴሣᒗ໱‫࢟ߔ࢟ࡼޱ‬Ꮞă
• ೌ୻੺ྻࡴሣᒗ໱‫ॺࡼޱ‬ᓐ࢟Ꮞă
• ೌ୻੨ྻࡴሣᒗ໱‫࢏ޱ‬๤ࡼ஘ၢ࢛࿟ă
+ ༿ᇖ૘ቁલྻਜ਼੺ྻࡴሣLjᑚ୓፛໦଑ፂᄏดྏࣀပă
༿ᔥ၆ሆ೰ࡼᓖፀူሲă
॥ᐌLjభถ፛໦߿࢟Ă࿸۸Ⴜડ૞৺ᑇă
• ፿࢟৔ୢࡒ‫ޖ‬ੑ‫ݙ‬፿ࡼೌ୻໭ጲऴፀᅪ୻߿ă
• ဧGN0BNᄖሣ࢟಄Ăᔐሣ࢟಄ĂSDBઑೌ໭ਜ਼࢟Ꮞሣሤઑᒄମ஧೟ᏐಭLjጲऴᒏᐅፒছཷă
• ࡩࣥఎᔐሣ࢟಄૞໚Ⴧ࢟಄ဟLj‫ܘ‬ኍ෽ᓕೌ୻໭Lj‫ݙ‬ገ౯࢟಄ă॥ᐌLj࢟಄భถࣥఎă
఼ᒜ‫ݝ‬ୈਜ਼࢟Ꮞሣᓖፀူሲ
• ࡩࡌఎࢯቕ໭ဟLj࢟Ꮞᄖሣ఼ᒜࡴሣDŽ౸ྻDžᄋ৙,23Wᒇഗ࢟Ꮞă
• ࡩิࡼ໱‫ޱ‬Ᏼઁ0‫݁ݾ‬ೇ࿟ᎌดᒙGN0BNᄖሣဟLj༿‫࢟ڳ‬Ꮞᄖሣ఼ᒜࡴሣDŽ౸ྻDž૞ॺᓐ࢟ᏎሣDŽ੺
ྻDžೌ୻ᒗሚᎌᄖሣहࡍ໭ࡼ࢟Ꮞ࣡ᔇ࿟ăሮᇼ༿ሶளሾ࿜ᓽኯă
• ඗ᎌᒦଖਫ਼ࡼ࢟Ꮞᄖሣ‫ݙ‬ถᎧ‫۾‬૦ጙ໦ဧ፿ă
଑ፂۣߒೌ୻
ࡩೌ୻લྻ࢟ᏎሣဟLj૾ဧ࢛૜Ꮩߓਈ‫ܕ‬Lj୓ጙᒇሶ଑ፂ࢟വ৙࢟ă
7
ዯဉ໭ೌ୻ᓖፀူሲ
• Ᏼೌ୻ዯဉ໭ᒄ༄Lj༿ਈ‫۾ܕ‬૦ă
• ဧ፿5.9ˮዯဉ໭ᔜఝ༤ધLj݀ᎌᔗ৫ࡼ࢟Ꮞࠀಯྏ೟ጲऴႼડă
• ‫ݙ‬ገ‫ڳ‬ዯဉ໭࣡ᔇೌ୻ࡵ໱‫ޱ‬ᅪఫ࿟Lj૞‫ڳ‬ᔧᎎዯဉ໭ࡼ࣡ᔇሤೌă
• ‫ݙ‬ገ‫۾ڳ‬૦ࡼ࢐ሣਜ਼ዯဉ໭ࡼঌE࣡ᔇሤೌă
• ‫ݙ‬ገ໩ᅄ݀ೊዯဉ໭ă
• ᒑถೌ୻ᇄᏎዯဉ໭ă‫ڳ‬ᎌᏎዯဉ໭DŽࡒดᒙहࡍ໭Džೌ୻ࡵዯဉ໭࣡ᔇభถ્Ⴜડ‫۾‬૦ă
• ‫ܜ‬඾खည৺ᑇLjྙਫᔧᎎዯဉ໭ৢ፿ጙ৛ৢঌEࡴሣLj‫ݙ‬ገဧ፿‫ڔ‬ᓤᏴ໱‫ޱ‬ಱࡼดᒙዯဉ໭࢟ሣă
• ‫ݙ‬ገሤઑೌ୻‫۾‬૦ࡼዯဉ໭࢟ሣă
8
ೌ୻‫ࡒݙ‬഍৪࢟၁ࢯቕ໭
SDBઑೌ໭
)ኡ৪*
ᎌᏎިࢅፒዯဉ໭
)ኡ৪*
SUB OUT (MONO)
SDBઑೌ໭
)ኡ৪*
ઁዯဉ໭
)ኡ৪*
ࠥᒬ༽ተ‫ݙ‬ဧ
፿ࠥ࣡ᔇă
हࡍ໭
)ኡ৪*
REAR L/R
SDBઑೌ໭
)ኡ৪*
ᒗኡ৪ࡼઁᑍሤ
૦૞࿳ስ૦၁ຫ
࿸۸
༄ዯဉ໭
)ኡ৪*
FRONT L/R
‫ྻڹ‬
ᔧ
‫ྻڹ‬0੨ྻ
༄ዯဉ໭
)ኡ৪*
SD.215)ኡ৪*
ၫᆡၒ߲
࠭໱‫ޱ‬ᄖሣ
ાྻ
ᎎ
ાྻ0੨ྻ
ൊྻ
ൊྻ0੨ྻ
ᔧ
ઁዯဉ໭
)ኡ৪*
࢟Ꮞሣ1
)፿᎖ᓍ૦*
AUX 2
ᒗᎊᇻࢀ
REAR MONITOR OUT
ᒗઁପ၁໭ࢀ
ᔃྻ
ᎎ
ᔃྻ0੨ྻ
ᒗ໱‫ࡼޱ‬஘ၢ‫ܭ‬ෂ
AUX 3
੨ྻ)1/46n*
+3
ۣሙႋ
)21B*
લྻ)1/46n*
ᒗ,23W࢟Ꮞ࣡ᔇLj჈Ⴒဟ৙࢟+2
ᒗ,23W࢟Ꮞ࣡ᔇLj჈Ᏼ࢛૜Ꮩߓఎਈࡼ
ॺᓐᆡᒙ৙࢟+2+4ă
੺ྻ)1/36n*
߄ྻ0‫)ྻڹ‬1/36n*
ᒗ໱‫ࡼޱ‬ᑍීቧ੓+2
ᒗ໱‫ࡼࡾઁޱ‬,23W࢟Ꮞ࣡ᔇă
ऴઐᓤᒙ
ᔃྻ0‫)ྻڹ‬6n*
౸ྻ0‫)ྻڹ‬1/36n*
ᒗኡ৪ࡼ࢟Ꮞहࡍ໭ࡼBNQSFNPUFJO+5
ᒗᄖሣहࡍ໭ࡼ࢟Ꮞᄖሣ఼ᒜࡴሣ૞࢟Ꮞ
ሣ+4+6
ೌ୻໱‫ࡼޱ‬ᄫ‫ޱ‬ᒜࣅఎਈࡴሣ
ᔢࡍ৙࢟࢟ഗ1/4B
౸ྻ)1/36n*
ᔢࡍ৙࢟࢟ഗ1/4B
༇ൊྻ)3/6n*
ॊ୻ᄿ7
*1 ᇗ‫ܘ‬၅ሌೌ୻੨ྻ࢐ሣă
*2 ၅ሌೌ୻੨ྻ࢐ሣLj཭ઁೌ୻લྻਜ਼੺ྻ࢟Ꮞၒྜྷሣă
*3 ࡩิࡼ໱‫ޱ‬Ᏼઁ0‫݁ݾ‬ೇ࿟ᎌดᒙGN0BNᄖሣဟLj༿‫ݬ‬ᏞĐ఼ᒜ‫ݝ‬ୈਜ਼࢟ᏎሣᓖፀူሲđDŽ࢒8጑Džă
*4 ࠥೌ୻ᒑถ፿᎖हࡍ໭Ljೌ୻ྀੜ໚ჇᇹᄻభถႼડ‫۾‬૦ă
*5 ྙਫ඗ᎌ࢟Ꮞᄖሣ૞ᄖሣहࡍ໭Lj૞ࡒጙ၄ࣅࡼభ࿼ჁᄖሣဟLj‫ݙ‬ኊገೌ୻ࠥࡴሣă
ॺᓐ࢟Ꮞၒྜྷሣ)੺ྻ*ᓖፀူሲ
ྙਫ඗ᎌॺᓐᆡᒙLj༿ೌࡵ,23W࢟ᏎDŽ࢟ߔDž࣡ᔇ࿟Lj჈Ⴒဟ৙࢟ă
9
ೌ୻഍৪ࡼ࢟၁ࢯቕ໭
፬ስᄖሣ
ᄖሣ
ࢯቕ໭౫ࡍ໭
ࡵ,23W࢟Ꮞ࣡ᔇLj
჈Ᏼ࢛૜Ꮩߓఎਈࡼॺ
ᓐᆡᒙ৙࢟ăᇗ‫ܘ‬၅ሌ
ೌ୻੨ྻ࢐ሣă
࢟၁ࢯቕ໭YU.W81
)ኡ৪*
ᒗ໱‫ࡼޱ‬஘ၢ࢛
ᒗኡ৪ࡼઁᑍሤ
૦૞࿳ስ૦၁ຫ࿸۸
10
AUX 3
2‫ڔ‬ᓤᓍ૦
‫ڔ‬ᓤ୯ࣞ
‫۾‬૦ࡼ‫ڔ‬ᓤ୯ࣞ።ᆐၺຳ41ࣞᒄ
ดăྙਫިਭᑚጙ୯ࣞLjପ၁໭భถ
ᇄजᑵ‫ࡌޟ‬ఎ૞၃ૄă
Ⴥᎌࡼೌ୻ᅲ܏ઁLj୓‫۾‬૦‫ڔ‬ᓤᒗጥ‫ۇܭ‬ă
‫ڔ‬ᓤᒄ༄
‫۾‬૦ࡼ࿸ଐဵလॊ‫ڔ‬ཝLjࡣྦ‫ڔ‬ᓤ‫ݙ‬ᑵཀྵLj୓્፛໦ူ৺ăᏴ‫ڔ‬ᓤ
༄༿ᇗ‫ܘ‬ཀྵཱྀሆ೰৉ሲă
‫ڳ‬ᓍ૦‫ڔ‬ᓤࡵጥ‫ۇܭ‬࿟ă݀‫ڳ‬हࡍ໭‫ڔ‬ᓤᒗঃଧဩᔭሆෂࢀă
• ଣྙࡌఎࡼପ၁໭ణதహࢯ߲ज़ాLj።ਈ‫߲ܕ‬ज़ాă
• ପ၁໭ࡌఎဟ‫ݙ‬።व‫ڏ‬ᆉૻఎਈ૞໚Ⴧᒮገ఼ᒜ‫ݝ‬ୈࡼဧ፿ă
• ༿ᇖ୓‫۾‬૦DŽପ၁໭Dž‫ڔ‬ᓤᏴ঱ᆨ૞ࢅᆨࡼᆡᒙăDŽ॥ᐌLjᅪఫ
భถ‫ܤ‬ተLj୓Ⴜડጘ஭መာືăDž
၊ࡵዴ਒ᒇ࿴ጐ્ࡴᒘ঱ᆨLjኍጲ‫ܜ‬඾ă
ኡᐋ‫ڔ‬ᓤᆡᒙ
1 ‫࢛ڳ‬૜Ꮩߓ࿸ᆐPGG૞ནሆă
ᓖፀ
‫ڳ‬࿸۸ਜ਼ೌ୻࢟಄ॊఎă
2 ‫ڳ‬࿸۸हྜྷଐચੑࡼ‫ڔ‬ᓤᆡᒙLjଶ‫࢟އ‬಄‫ࣞޠ‬ਜ਼ପ၁໭
‫ڔ‬ᓤᄟୈă
‫ڔ‬ᓤ༄ᓖፀူሲ
• ༿ᔄᇼ஠ቲ‫ڔ‬ᓤăၰൢ‫۾‬૦૞ဧ໚၊ࡵ༓ೆߡૣ૞ኹೆభถဧ࢏
ᔭ‫ܤ‬ተLjࡴᒘପ၁໭ᓤᏲ૦৩৺ᑇ૞໚Ⴧ৺ᑇă
T
T N
N T/N T
N
T/N T/N
• ገဧପ၁໭ᑵཀྵࡌఎਜ਼ਈ‫ܕ‬Lj‫ܤ‬Ⴅঝᔢణதᆡᒙਜ਼‫۾‬૦‫ڔ‬ᓤ‫ܭ‬ෂ
ᒄମ‫ܘ‬ኍᒗ࿩ᎌ281nnࡼମᇺă
‫ܤ‬Ⴅঝ
ಭఎ‫ڔ‬ᓤ‫ܭ‬ෂ
ᒗ࿩281nn
• Ᏼ෭ቋ༽ౚሆLjࡩ‫ܤ‬Ⴅঝጤࡵ෭ጙৈᆡᒙဟLjభถਜ਼ପ၁໭ሤ
ຎă༿ཀྵۣᑚ‫્ݙ‬व‫ڏ‬ଧဩă
• ࡩ‫۾‬૦ਜ਼໚Ⴧ໱‫ޱ‬ፒ኶࿸۸DŽ࡝ৈEJO‫ࡁߛݹ‬Džጙ໦ጲࣧࢶተ
ါ‫ڔ‬ᓤဟLj༿‫ڳ‬ᓍ૦‫ڔ‬ᓤᏴࢻ‫ݝ‬ă
11
‫ڔ‬ᓤਭ߈
‫ڔ‬ᓤာಿ
Ᏼ‫ڔ‬ᓤࠥ૦ဟLjᇗ‫ܘ‬ਈ‫۾ܕ‬૦ࡼପ၁໭ă
Ᏼ‫ڔ‬ᓤဟྙਫପ၁໭ࡌఎ༦፿ೆਭࣞLjభถखည৺ᑇă
1
182
mm
53 m
m
8
2
ᓚተ໭௥
3
ጥ‫ۇܭ‬
ऴ૜‫ܚ‬
8
9
qa
qs
12
ॕᄙ໱‫ރ)ޱ‬ᅄመာࡼဵॕᄙ໱‫୻ೌࡼޱ‬ာಿ*
‫ڳ‬৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬ೂᄏፒሰ૦ଦਜ਼ᓍ૦‫ݾ‬ෂ‫ܪ‬ᎌĐUđࡼ‫ڔ‬ᓤ఻࣪
ᓰLjဧ፿এࡒࡼ൛ࢺ‫ڔ‬ᓤ૦ଦăᎌਈॕᄙ໱‫ޱ‬Lj༿ဧ፿এࡒࡼ൛ࢺ
5ă
5
YBW.B2
YBW.D2
৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬
ೂᄏፒሰ૦ଦ
ᓖፀ
• ‫ڔ‬ᓤ໐ମ‫ݙ‬ገ‫۾ږ‬૦༄ෂ‫ۇ‬࿟ࡼ‫ږ‬฽Lj
‫ݙ‬ገ፿ೆვ༓ă
• ‫ݙ‬ገᏴ‫۾‬૦ࢻ࿟हᒙྀੜᇕᄏă
• ଣྙ૦ଦࡼᅃ߲‫ݝ‬ॊፐ໚ተᓨऎຎࡵ‫۾‬
૦Ljૺᐆ߅‫ྏݙ‬ጵೌ୻ဟLjෟ߹ᅃ߲ᇕ
ࠀಯă
৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬ೂᄏ
ፒሰ૦ଦ൛ࢺ
྇‫ޘ‬໱‫ޱ‬
‫ڳ‬৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬ೂᄏፒሰ૦ଦਜ਼ᓍ૦‫ݾ‬ෂ‫ܪ‬ᎌĐOđࡼ‫ڔ‬ᓤ఻࣪
ᓰLjဧ፿এࡒࡼ๤ᄿ൛ࢺ5‫ڔ‬ᓤ૦ଦă
5
YBW.B2
YBW.D2
৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬
ೂᄏፒሰ૦ଦ
৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬ೂᄏ
ፒሰ૦ଦ൛ࢺ
+ ᇗ‫ܘ‬ᒑဧ፿এࡒࡼ๤ᄿ൛ࢺ5஠ቲ‫ڔ‬ᓤăྙਫဧ፿໚Ⴧ൛ࢺLj
༿ཀྵۣ჈ඣ९੝ሆᅄࡼገཇă
ဧ፿୷‫ࡼޠ‬൛ࢺభถဧ‫۾‬૦ด‫ݝ‬၊Ⴜă
5 mm
6 mm
ྙਫ൛ࢺᒇ୻ᓤᏴ‫۾‬૦࿟ऎ‫ݙ‬ဧ፿৔‫ڔޣ‬ᓤࡼ໱‫ޱ‬ೂᄏፒሰ૦
ଦLjጐభถᐆ߅Ⴜડă
13
3‫ڔ‬ᓤਜ਼ೌ୻ጲઁ
1 ໪ࣅ໱‫ޱ‬፛༺ă
2 ཀྵཱྀ࿂‫ࡾޱ‬Ă໚ჇࡾĂ౰‫ڪ‬Ăᓞሶᒎာࡾਜ਼Ⴥᎌ໚Ⴧ࢟
໮‫ݝ‬ୈ৔ᔫᑵ‫ޟ‬ă
ᓖፀ
3ဧ፿ᔈࣅ໺‫܊‬૞ಢ႒ᇕᄏ‫۾ږ‬૦ࡼᒮ࿸‫ږ‬฽ă
ᆐऴᒏႼડLj‫ݙ‬።ဧ፿ᑣ૞ਭࣞ፿ೆ‫ږږ‬
฽ă
ᒮ࿸‫ږ‬฽
ࡩ‫ږ‬ሆᒮ࿸‫ږ‬฽ဟLjᇹᄻభጲ‫ݷ‬ᔫă
14
Sony Corporation
Printed in Japan
2RR6P12A22803B
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