CD Player Operation Manual
CD Player
Operation Manual
Thank you for purchasing an Exposure Compact Disc player. You are now the owner of a
sophisticated audio component incorporating many advanced features. To obtain best
results, please read the instructions carefully.
IMPORTANT
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No user serviceable parts inside
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To prevent electric shock, DO NOT remove the cover
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Always set the volume control on the amplifier to ‘Zero’ position when switching the unit OFF or ON
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DO NOT expose the unit to moisture
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DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or polishes on the unit surface
INTERNAL PROTECTION FUSE
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Only to be replaced by a qualified service technician
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The unit is fitted with a protection fuse. The fuse will usually blow under a fault condition. Only replace this fuse with the
correct value which is as follows : T630mA - 230V
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
WHEN IT IS NOT USED FOR PROLONGED PERIODS
INSTALLATION
REPLACING MAINS FUSE (UK)
This apparatus is fitted with an approved moulded 13 Amps plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug, proceed as follows :
1) Remove fuse cover and fuse
2) Fix new fuse which should be a BS1362 5A, A.S.T.A or BSI approved 3A
3) Refit the fuse cover
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlet, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug should be fitted in its place. If
the mains contains a fuse, this should be a value of 5A. If a plug without a fuse is used the fuse at the distribution board should
not be greater that 5A.
MAINS CORD COLOUR CODE
BLUE - NETRUAL ‘N’
BROWN - LIVE ‘L’
The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter ‘N’ or coloured BLUE. The BROWN wire
must be connected to the terminal which is marked ‘L’ or coloured BROWN. DO NOT connect either wires to the EARTH
terminal in the plug which is marked with letter ‘E’ or safety symbol.
POWER SUPPLY SETTING
The unit is factory set. Check the type label on the rear of the player indicates the correct voltage. If your mains supply voltage is
different, consult your dealer.
CONNECTIONS
REAR OF PLAYER
1) Mains connection - Connect the mains lead to your mains supply.
2) Power - On/Off Switch
3) Digital output - Connect the digital output to a DAC or Digital preamplifier using the appropriate cable.
4) Analogue output - Connect the analogue outputs to the appropriate input (CD or AUX) of your amplifier making sure that the
LEFT channel of the CD player corresponds to the LEFT channel of the amplifier and the RIGHT channel of the CD player
corresponds to the RIGHT channel of the amplifier.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Allow a warm up time of at least 30 minutes prior to listening. The performance will improve as the player stabilises over several
hours. The player requires a ‘burn in’ period of 48 hours from new. Always use a high grade interconnect cable (EXPOSURE).
FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW
FRONT OF PLAYER
1) PREVIOUS/NEXT TRACK
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Selecting another track
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Selecting a track to start play from
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Fast search to a particular passage during play
2) PLAY
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Starting Play
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Returning to the beginning of a track
3) STOP
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Stopping Play
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Erasing a programme
4) TIME
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Selecting the time information (see display section)
5) PEAK SEARCH/AUDIO FADER
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Searching the loudest passage (peak) on a CD or in a
programme when making a tape recording
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Fading in and out during play
6) PROGRAM
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Opening the memory when compiling a programme
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Storing tracks in a programme
DISPLAY
PAUSE - Lights up when play is interrupted
(((O - Lights up when the player receive a command. The
number of tracks on the CD or in a programme
TRACK - Displays: what track is being played, the
number of tracks on the CD or in a programme
TRACK TIME - Indicates the elapsed playing time of the
track being played
TOTAL REM(aining) TIME - Indicates the total
remaining playing time of the CD or a programme
TOTAL TIME - Indicates the total playing time on the
CD or programme
PEAK - Flashes when the loudest passage (peak) on a CD
or in a programme is being searched. Lights up when the
loudest passage (peak) has been found
REPEAT - Lights up when you repeat a CD
REM(aining) TRACK TIME - Indicates the remaining
playing time of the track being played
REPEAT 1 - Lights up when you repeat a track
DISPLAY MESSAGES
READ - Lights up when the CD’s contents list is being scanned
NO DISC - Lights up when there is no CD in the CD compartment
NO AUDIO DISC - Scrolls on the display when a non audio CD is inserted (CD-ROM, CD-I or CDV)
WRONG TRACK - Scrolls on the display if you select a non-existent track number
GO TO PLAY - Scrolls on the display if you try to activate a function for which you must first stop play
PLAYBACK
NOTE! Only use audio CD’s; not CD-ROM, CD-I or
CDV
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This function may be used for checking the loudest sound
passages.
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When the CD is in STOP mode, press PEAK
SEARCH. PEAK begins flashing, and the CD will be
scanned for the loudest passage (the peak). When this
has been found it will be repeated continuously (from
two seconds before and two seconds after the peak).
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You can now adjust your recording device for
optimum level.
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Search can be stopped by pressing STOP
Press POWER ON to switch the player on.
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Insert an Audio CD, Printed side up, and close the
compartment by pressing OPEN/CLOSE. CLOSE
lights up, followed by READ. The number of tracks
and the playing time of the CD are shown on the
display
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Press PLAY to start play, you can also press PLAY
immediately after inserting the CD; the compartment
then closes automatically
SETTING THE FADE-IN AND FADEOUT TIME (FADER)
SELECTING ANOTHER TRACK
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Press Next or Previous (⇒⇐) until the desired track
number appears under TRACK
During play press FADER. The sound level will now
gradually decrease to FADE OUT. The player will then go
into pause mode.
SEARCHING FOR A PASSAGE
SCANNING A CD (SCAN)
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Hold Previous down to search backwards
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Hold Next down to search forwards
Press SCAN before or during play. SCAN lights up
for 2 seconds and the first 10 seconds of each track are
played in turn.
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The first two seconds of the search speed will be quite
slow, with sound. The search will then speed up to the
maximum speed, without sound.
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When a track you wish to hear in full is reached, press
SCAN again or PLAY.
PLAYING THE CD IN RANDOM ORDER
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Press SHUFFLE before or during play, SHUFFLE
lights up and all tracks are played in random order.
REPEATING PLAY (REPEAT)
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To repeat a track, press REPEAT before or during
play. REPEAT 1 lights up and the track will be
repeated continuously. Press REPEAT twice further to
cancel the repeat.
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To repeat the CD, press REPEAT twice before or
during play. REPEAT lights up and the CD will be
repeated continuously. Press REPEAT once further to
stop the CD being repeated.
CALLING UP THE TRACK PLAY TIME
(TIME)
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Press TIME when you wish to know the remaining
playing time of the track (REM TRACK TIME)
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Press TIME again if you wish to know the remaining
playing time of the whole CD (TOTAL REM TIME)
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Press TIME again if you wish to return to the elapsed
playing time display on the current track (TRACK
TIME)
SEARCHING THE LOUDEST PASSAGE
ADJUSTING THE SOUND LEVEL (-/+
VOLUME)
The sound level can be adjusted by using the - / +
VOLUME keys.
RECOMMENDATIONS
We recommend to leave the sound level on the CD player
on MAX and adjust the sound level using the Volume
control on the amplifier for best performance. The settings
selected on - / + VOLUME will be cancelled and will
return to the maximum (default) level when the CD player
is switched on/off.
STORING A PROGRAMME (using
PROGRAM AND NEXT/PREVIOUS
KEYS)
You can store up to 30 tracks from each CD in any
required sequence in a programme. FULL lights up if you
exceed 30 tracks.
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In STOP mode, press PROGRAM to open the
memory. PROGRAM begins flashing.
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Press NEXT or PREVIOUS until your desired track
number appears under TRACK.
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Press PROGRAM again. The track number has now
been stored. Selected other tracks as desired and store
each one by pressing PROGRAM
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The number of tracks and the playing time of your
programme will be shown under TRACK AND
TOTAL TIME. The track number indicator always
shows the tracks stored.
PLAYING THE PROGRAMME LIST
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Press PLAY, playback starts with the first number on
the programme.
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All keys (except PROGRAM and PEAK SEARCH)
can be used during programmed play. Search for a
particular passage is only possible within the track
being played.
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During Play : press STOP twice
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In STOP mode : Press STOP, the programme has now
been erased.
IMPORTANT!
ALWAYS LEAVE THE VOLUME SETTING ON THE
CD PLAYER AT MAXIMUM (DEFAULT) LEVEL
ERASING A PROGRAM
RECOMMENDATIONS
CD’s
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Keep the shiny surface of the CD clean, clean with a soft, lint-free cloth and always wipe the CD in a straight line from
centre to edge.
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Do Not write on the printed side of CD’s
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Do Not attach any stickers on the CD
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Never use cleaning fluids used for records, or detergents and abrasive cleaning agents.
TECHNICAL DATA
Frequency range :
Amplitude linearity :
Phase linearity :
Dynamic range :
Signal-to-signal ratio :
Channel separation :
Total Harmonic Distortion :
Audio output level :
Mains voltage and frequency :
Power consumption :
Dimensions (WxHxD) :
Weight (gross) :
20Hz to 20kHz -/+ 0.2dB
0.3B (20Hz to 20kHz)
4° (20Hz to 20kHz)
90dB (1kHz)
110dB (A weighted, 1kHz)
110dB (1kHz)
70dB (1kHz, 0dB)
2Vrms
115/230V 50/60Hz (factory set)
<20W
440x90x306 (mm)
6.0kg
TYPICAL VALUES SHOWN
ACCESSORIES
1 x Remote Handset
2 x AAA Batteries
3 YEARS WARRANTY ON ALL EXPOSURE PRODUCTS
E&OE
PLEASE RETAIN PACKING FOR FUTURE USE. DUE TO OUR POLICY OF CONTINUED RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT, EXPOSURE ELECTRONICS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTICE.
This Compact Disc Playe complies with radio interference
requirements as laid down in EC regulations
MADE IN ENGLAND
Exposure Electronics
The Works, 59 North Street, Portslade, East Susses BN41 1DH England
Telephone : 01273 423877
Fax : 01273 430619
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