Yamaha CRX-D430 Owner's manual

Yamaha CRX-D430 Owner's manual
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CD RECEIVER
CRX-D430
OWNER’S MANUAL
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CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
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To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Install this unit in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean place with at
least 10 cm on the top, 10 cm on the left and right, and 10 cm at
the back of this unit — away from direct sunlight, heat sources,
vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold.
Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, or
transformers to avoid humming sounds.
Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from cold
to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with high
humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent condensation
inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing this unit where foreign object may fall onto this
unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire, damage
to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and liquid
may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this
unit.
Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain, etc.
in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature inside
this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or
personal injury.
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections are
complete.
Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat, possibly
causing damage.
Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet, grasp
the plug; do not pull the cable.
Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might damage
the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit
with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause
fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. Yamaha will not
be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit
with a voltage other than specified.
To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cord and outdoor
antennas disconnected from a wall outlet or this unit during a
lightning storm.
Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
Yamaha service personnel when any service is needed.
The cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e.
vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
Be sure to read the “Troubleshooting” section on common
operating errors before concluding that this unit is faulty.
Before moving this unit, press A STANDBY/ON to set this unit
to the standby mode, and disconnect the AC power plug from the
wall outlet.
Condensation will form when the surrounding temperature
changes suddenly. Disconnect the power cable from the outlet,
then leave this unit alone.
When using this unit for a long time, this unit may become warm.
Turn the power off, then leave this unit alone for cooling.
The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire, or like.
Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power plug
can be reached easily.
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22 Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can
cause hearing loss.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as
long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit itself
is turned off. This state is called the standby mode. In this
state, this unit is designed to consume a very small quantity of
power.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye
hazard.
The laser component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
■ For U.K. customers
If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug
supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an
appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions
described below.
Note
The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a
plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live
socket outlet.
■ Special Instructions for U.K. Model
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
Blue: NEUTRAL
Brown: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L
or coloured RED.
Make sure that neither core is connected to the earth
terminal of the three pin plug.
Contents
ENJOYING PLAYBACK
Controls on the front panel.................................... 2
Controls on the remote control ............................. 3
Playback operations ................................................8
PREPARATION
Making preparations.............................................. 4
Connecting speakers/an external
component/antennas .............................................. 4
Installing batteries in the remote control ................... 5
Adjusting the clock .................................................... 5
ENJOYING RADIO
Listening to FM/AM broadcast............................12
BASIC OPERATION
Basic operation of this unit .................................... 6
Turning on the power................................................. 6
Selecting an input source ........................................... 6
Adjusting the volume level........................................ 6
Adjusting sounds ....................................................... 6
Listening through the headphones ............................. 6
Changing the brightness of the display...................... 6
Setting a wake-up timer ............................................. 7
Setting a sleep timer................................................... 7
Listening to DAB broadcast .................................14
Listening to DAB stations ....................................... 14
Advanced DAB operations ...................................... 14
Switching the DAB information.............................. 15
BASIC
OPERATION
Selecting broadcast stations..................................... 12
Presetting broadcast stations automatically ............. 12
Selecting preset stations........................................... 12
Editing the name of the preset radio stations........... 12
Receiving radio data system information ................ 13
PREPARATION
Playing back discs ..................................................... 8
Repeat playback......................................................... 9
Random playback ...................................................... 9
Program playback ...................................................... 9
Index search (Audio CD only)................................. 10
Listening to your iPod™ ......................................... 10
Switching the playback information display ........... 11
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
APPENDIX
Troubleshooting.....................................................16
Notes on discs.........................................................19
ENJOYING
PLAYBACK
General..................................................................... 16
Disc playback .......................................................... 17
iPod™ playback....................................................... 17
Radio reception........................................................ 18
Remote control ........................................................ 18
Disc information ...................................................... 19
Handling a disc ........................................................ 19
Features
■ Supplied accessories
Before using this product, make sure you received all of
the following accessories.
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Remote control (☞ P. 3)
Batteries (AAA, R03, UM-4) (x2) (☞ P. 5)
Indoor FM antenna (☞ P. 5)
AM loop antenna (☞ P. 5)
Indoor DAB antenna (☞ P. 5)
APPENDIX
• Minimum RMS output power
(6 Ω , 1 kHz, 0.1% THD)
25 W + 25 W
• iPod playback function
• Sophisticated DAB/FM/AM tuner
• Playability of music CDs and MP3/WMA discs
• Easy operation with multi jog dial
• Random and direct preset tuning
ENJOYING
RADIO
Glossary..................................................................20
Specifications .........................................................21
About this manual
• y indicates a tip for your operation.
• Notes contain important information about safety and operating instructions.
• This manual is printed prior to production. Design and specifications are subject to change in part as a result of improvements, etc.
In case of differences between the manual and the product, the product has priority.
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CONTROLS ON THE FRONT PANEL
Controls on the front panel
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
CLEAR
BAND
VOLUME
POWER
STANDBY/ON
TUNING/PRESET/TIME
INPUT
PHONES
TIME
MODE
FUNCTION
PROGRAM
/MEMORY
K
L
PUSH-ENTER
H
I
J
M
N
O
The circled alphabets (A to O ) correspond to the ones in the operation descriptions.
A STANDBY/ON (☞ P. 5, 6, 7)
I TIME MODE (☞ P. 5, 6, 7)
B Display (☞ P. 11, 15)
J Multi jog dial
C Disc tray (☞ P. 8)
K FUNCTION (☞ P. 6, 10, 12, 14, 15)
D
(open/close tray) (☞ P. 8)
L PROGRAM/MEMORY (☞ P. 9, 10, 12)
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(play), BAND (☞ P. 6, 8, 9, 12, 14)
M Remote control sensor (☞ P. 3)
F
(pause) (☞ P. 8)
N INPUT (☞ P. 6, 8, 10, 12)
G
(stop), CLEAR
(☞ P. 8, 9, 10, 12, 13)
O VOLUME (☞ P. 6)
H PHONES jack (☞ P. 6)
Top view
iPod terminal (☞ P. 10)
iPod
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Controls on the remote control
1 STANDBY/ON (☞ P. 6, 7)
STANDBY/ON
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4
SLEEP
AUX
CD
iPod
TUNER
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TIMER
DIMMER
INDEX
BAND
D
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PRESET
F
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7
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9
TUNING
MEMORY
0
6
7
9
PROG
CLEAR
REPEAT
A-B
RANDOM
FUNCTION
2 Input selector buttons (☞ P. 6, 10, 12)
3 TIMER (☞ P. 7)
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8
C
E
INFO
7 RANDOM (☞ P. 9)
8 REPEAT (☞ P. 9)
J
MENU
0
5 Numeric buttons (☞ P. 8, 9, 10, 12)
6 PROG, MEMORY (☞ P. 9, 10, 12)
G
H
I
4 DIMMER (☞ P. 6)
9 INFO (☞ P. 11, 13, 15)
0
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, MENU, ENTER,
(☞ P. 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15)
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ENTER
A
A
(☞ P. 8)
B FOLDER
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(☞ P. 8)
C SLEEP (☞ P. 7)
B
FOLDER VOLUME
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D BAND (☞ P. 6, 12, 14)
E INDEX (☞ P. 10)
MUTE
L
F PRESET
G TUNING
/
/
(☞ P. 12)
(☞ P. 12)
H CLEAR (☞ P. 9, 10, 12)
I FUNCTION (☞ P. 6, 10, 12, 14, 15)
J A-B (☞ P. 9)
K VOLUME +/– (☞ P. 6)
L MUTE (☞ P. 6)
Use the remote control within 6 m of this unit and point it
toward the remote control sensor.
Notes
Within 6 m
30˚
30˚
• Be careful not to spill liquid on the remote control.
• Be careful not to drop the remote control.
• Do not leave the remote control in the following places:
– hot or humid places, such as near a heater or in a bathroom
– extremely cold places
– dusty places
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INTRODUCTION
The circled numbers (1 to L) correspond to the ones in
the operation descriptions.
Lights up when button is pressed.
RUNNING H/F 1
Making preparations
Connecting speakers/an external component/antennas
Notes
CAUTION
Do not connect the power cable of this unit until all
cable connections are completed.
Right speaker
Left speaker
• Turn off the audio component before connecting it to this unit.
• Also refer to the instructions of the components to be
connected.
CD-R, etc.
OPTICAL IN
OUTPUT
INPUT
L
R
L
R
Optical cable
When you connect an external component using
an optical cable, insert the cable plug until it
makes a click sound.
Audio cables
Be sure to insert each plug securely.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
L
AUX
SPEAKERS
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L
R
SUBWOOFER
OUT
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MIN./SPEAKER
OUT
OUT
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FM ANT
UNBAL
GND
IN
AM ANT
DAB ANT
TUNER
Subwoofer cable
■ Connecting speaker cables
10 mm
Subwoofer
Notes
• Be sure to connect the left channel (L), right channel (R), “+” (red) and “–” (black) properly.
• Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other or do not let them touch any metal part of this unit. This could damage this unit and/
or the speakers.
• Use speakers with 6 Ω or higher impedance.
• Digital signals are output at the DIGITAL OPTICAL jack only when you play a disc with this unit.
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y The circled numbers and alphabets correspond to the ones on the attached sheet.
Making preparations
Indoor FM
antenna
(supplied)
AM loop
antenna
(supplied)
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
L
AUX
SPEAKERS
R
L
SUBWOOFER
OUT
6
OUT
OUT
75
FM ANT
UNBAL
GND
MIN./SPEAKER
IN
AM ANT
PREPARATION
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Indoor DAB antenna
(supplied)
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DAB ANT
TUNER
Extend the cord vertically and
attach it to a window frame or
wall using drawing pin, etc.
Ground
(GND terminal)
To an AC wall outlet
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If there is a problem of weak radio wave reception in your area or you want to improve radio reception, we recommend that you use
commercially available outdoor antennas. For details, consult the nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
Installing batteries in the remote
control
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Adjusting the clock
(Operation available only on the front panel)
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Press A STANDBY/ON to turn on this unit.
2
Press I TIME MODE to select “TIME” and
then push the multi jog dial (J).
3
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J) to
set the current hour.
4
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J) to
set the current minute.
5
Push the multi jog dial (J) again to
complete the time setting.
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Batteries (supplied)
Make sure you insert the batteries
according to the polarity markings
(+ and –).
Notes
• Do not use an old battery together with new one.
• Do not use different types of batteries (for example, alkaline
and manganese) together.
• If the batteries run out, immediately remove them from the
remote control to prevent an explosion or acid leak.
• Dispose of the batteries according to the regional regulations.
• If a battery starts leaking, dispose of it immediately. Be careful
not to let leaking battery acid come into contact with your skin
or clothing. Before inserting new batteries, wipe the
compartment clean.
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The clock is displayed in 24-hour format.
Note
Adjust the clock before using the timer function of this unit.
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Basic operation of this unit
Basic operation of this unit
Turning on the power
Adjusting sounds
Press 1STANDBY/ON (or A STANDBY/ON) to
turn on this unit.
Press it again to set this unit to the standby mode.
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Press IFUNCTION (or K FUNCTION).
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Press 0 / repeatedly (or rotate the
multi jog dial (J )) to select the setting from
“Bass” (low frequency), “Treble” (high
frequency), and “Balance” (speaker balance),
and then press 0ENTER (or push the multi
jog dial (J )).
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Press 0 / repeatedly (or rotate the
multi jog dial (J )) to adjust the setting and
then press 0 ENTER (or push the
multi jog dial (J )).
The setting ranges are as follows:
Bass ..................... –10 dB to +10 dB
Treble................... –10 dB to +10 dB
Balance ................ L +6 to R +6
• You can select whether to display the clock (ECO OFF mode)
or not (ECO ON mode) when this unit is in the standby mode.
Press and hold I TIME MODE during standby mode until
“ECO OFF” or “ECO ON” appears.
• To charge your iPod while this unit is in the standby mode,
select “ECO OFF”.
• The memory back-up circuit prevents the clock setting from
being lost even if this unit is in the standby mode. However, the
clock setting will be lost if the power cable is disconnected from
the AC wall outlet or if the power supply is cut off for more than
four minutes.
• In the standby mode, this unit consumes a small amount of
power.
Selecting an input source
Press one of the input selector buttons (2)
repeatedly (or press N INPUT) to select the
input source from CD, iPod, TUNER (FM/AM/
DAB), and AUX.
• Press DBAND (or E BAND) to select FM, AM, or
DAB.
• For details on CD, iPod, and tuner operations, refer to
pages 8, 10, 12, and 14.
• When you select AUX, this unit outputs sound played
back on the component which is connected to the AUX
IN jacks. While AUX is selected as the input source,
this unit does not output signals at the AUX OUT
jacks.
Adjusting the volume level
Press KVOLUME + (or rotate O VOLUME
clockwise) to increase the volume level and
press KVOLUME – (or rotate it counterclockwise) to decrease it.
Note
These settings have no effect on the audio signals output at the
AUX OUT jacks and the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack.
Listening through the headphones
Connect the headphone plug to the H PHONES
jack.
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While headphones are connected, the sound from the speakers
and subwoofer is cut off.
Changing the brightness of the
display
Press 4DIMMER repeatedly.
You can select the brightness level from bright, mid dim,
and dim.
■ Muting the sound
Press LMUTE.
To restore audio output to the previous volume level, press
it again or press KVOLUME +/–.
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y The circled numbers and alphabets correspond to the ones on the attached sheet.
Basic operation of this unit
Setting a wake-up timer
Setting a sleep timer
You can turn on this unit and play the selected input
source automatically at a specified time. Also, you can set
this unit to the standby mode after a certain time.
Note
Adjust the clock before setting the timer (☞ P. 5).
(Operation available only on the front panel)
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2
Press I TIME MODE repeatedly until
“TIMER” appears, and then push the multi
jog dial (J ).
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J )
clockwise to select “TIMER ON”.
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J ) to
set the time (hour and minute) you want to
start playback.
4
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J ) to
select the input source you want to play
back.
You can select the input source from FM, AM, DAB,
CD, and iPod.
5
Press CSLEEP repeatedly to set the interval for
the sleep timer.
You can select the interval from 30 minutes, 60 minutes,
and 120 minutes. The display automatically dims when
the sleep timer is activated.
■ To set the sleep timer more accurately
1
Press I TIME MODE repeatedly until
“SLEEP” appears, and then push the multi
jog dial (J ).
2
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J ) to
set the interval (5 to 240 minutes).
You can set the interval in 5-minute steps (5 to 60
minutes), 10-minute steps (60 to 120 minutes), or 30minute steps (120 to 240 minutes).
■ To cancel the sleep timer
Press CSLEEP repeatedly until the normal display
appears. Also, you can cancel the sleep timer by selecting
“SLEEP OFF” in the step 2 of “To set the sleep timer
more accurately”.
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Notes
When you select CD, the playback begins with the first
track/file. When you select iPod, the playback resumes from
where it was stopped.
• The sleep timer does not turn off other component connected to
this unit.
• The sleep timer is canceled if you turn this unit to the standby
mode.
Rotate and push the multi jog dial (J ) to
set the duration time.
You can set the duration time in 10-minute steps (30
to 90 minutes). When you select “– –”, this unit does
not turn to the standby mode automatically.
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While a sleep timer is activated, SLEEP appears at the right top of
the display.
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While a wake-up timer is activated,
top of the display.
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appears at the right
Press 1STANDBY/ON (or A STANDBY/
ON) to set this unit to the standby mode.
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You can set this unit to the standby mode by using the sleep
timer function.
■ To cancel the wake-up timer
Select “TIMER OFF” in step 2.
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Once you set a wake-up timer, you can activate or deactivate it by
pressing 3TIMER.
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BASIC
OPERATION
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This unit automatically turns to the standby mode after the
specified interval.
Playback operations
Playback operations
Some operations may be different or restricted depending
on the disc. Before playing back, check the compatibility
of your disc with this unit (☞ P. 19).
Playing back discs
■ To specify a track for playback
Press the numeric button(s) (5) to enter the track
number you want to play.
Note
1
Press N INPUT repeatedly to select “CD”.
For an MP3 or WMA disc, the number assigned to each file
corresponds to the file sequence in the disc, not in the individual
folders.
2
Press D and then place a CD on the disc
tray with the printed label facing up.
■ To select a folder/file for an MP3 or WMA
format file
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1
Press BFOLDER
/
and press 0ENTER.
2
Press 0
3
Press 0ENTER to start playback of the
selected folder/file.
If you press D while this unit is in the standby mode,
this unit turns on with CD selected and the disc tray opens.
3
Press 0
(or E ).
The disc tray closes and playback starts
automatically.
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When this unit is turned on with a disc loaded, disc playback
starts automatically.
(or G
).
■ To pause playback
Press 0
press 0
■ About MP3 or WMA files
(or F ). To return to normal playback,
(or E ).
Root directory
A
■ To skip tracks
C
• To skip to the start of the current track, press 0
(or rotate the multi jog dial (J ) counterclockwise
one click).
• To skip to the next track, press 0
(or rotate the
multi jog dial (J ) clockwise one click).
• To skip to the previous track, press 0
twice (or
rotate the multi jog dial (J ) counterclockwise two
clicks).
■ To search backward/forward
• For backward search, press and hold 0
• For forward search, press and hold 0
.
.
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You can push the multi jog dial (J ) and rotate it
counterclockwise/clockwise for backward/forward search. Push it
again to cancel search.
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to select a file.
You can play back MP3 or WMA files recorded on your
CD-R or CD-RW. This unit regards folders in a disc as
albums, and files as tracks as shown below. Folder
hierarchy is disregarded.
■ To stop playback
Press A
/
to select a folder,
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7
4
8
B
: Folder
5
(Album)
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1
2
: File
(Track)
Notes
• Depending on the conditions of recording such as software
recording setting, this unit may not be able to play a disc in the
order shown above.
• The folders/files within the same level are played back in the
alphanumeric order.
• This unit can play back up to 255 files and 255 folders.
However, less than 255 files/folders may be displayed if some
files/folders are not playable on this unit.
• Copyright-protected files cannot be played back.
y The circled numbers and alphabets correspond to the ones on the attached sheet.
Playback operations
Repeat playback
3
Press 8REPEAT repeatedly to select the
desired repeat play mode.
The repeat playback mode changes as follows:
Press the numeric button(s) (5) (or rotate
the multi jog dial (J )) to enter the track/file
number you want to program, and then press
0ENTER (or push the multi jog dial (J )).
CD Program
P01 T008 01:23
R1 (Single repeat)
Rf (Folder repeat, MP3/WMA disc only)
Program
number
Programmed
track
Time of the track
Ra (Full repeat)
Normal playback
4
■ To repeat between two points
(A-B repeat)
Repeat step 3 until you finish programing all
desired tracks.
You can program up to 40 tracks/files.
Notes
1
During playback, press JA-B at the point
where you want to start repeat playback.
2
Press JA-B again at the point where you
want to end repeat playback.
■ To cancel A-B repeat
• For MP3 or WMA files recorded on a disc, the time of the
file is not displayed.
• For MP3 or WMA files recorded on a disc, the number
assigned to each file corresponds to the file sequence in
the disc, not in the individual folders.
5
Press and hold 6PROG (or L PROGRAM/
MEMORY) to store the tracks you
programmed.
6
Press 0
(or E ) to start playback in the
program playback mode.
Press JA-B again.
Note
Repeat playback mode is canceled when the disc is removed.
CD
P02 T008
Press 7RANDOM.
■ To cancel random play
Program
number
Press it again to cancel random playback mode.
Note
Random playback mode is canceled when the disc is removed.
Program playback
1
2
Press 6PROG (or L PROGRAM/MEMORY)
when playback is stopped.
This unit turns into the program edit mode.
Press 0ENTER or the multi jog dial (J ).
Currently
played track
01:23
Elapsed time
of the track
■ To check or correct the programmed
tracks/files
1
Press 6PROG (or L PROGRAM/MEMORY)
when this unit is in the program playback
mode and playback is stopped.
This unit turns into the program edit mode.
2
Press 0ENTER or the multi jog dial (J )
repeatedly to check the program order.
3
To correct a programmed track/file, display
the track number to be corrected, and use
the numeric button(s) (5) enter the track
number to be newly programmed.
To delete an unwanted track, press HCLEAR (or
G CLEAR).
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ENJOYING
PLAYBACK
Example
Random playback
Playback operations
4
To finish checking or correcting the
programmed tracks, press and hold 6PROG
(or L PROGRAM/MEMORY).
■ To exit program playback mode
To return to the normal playback mode, press 6PROG
when this unit is in the program edit mode. To recall the
programmed tracks, press 6PROG (or L PROGRAM/
MEMORY when playback is stopped and then press
0
(or E ).
Listening to your iPod™
This unit equips the iPod terminal on the top panel where
you can directly station your iPod and control playback of
your iPod using the supplied remote control.
Only iPod (Click and Wheel), iPod nano, iPod mini,
and iPod touch are supported.
1
■ To clear the programmed order
Plug your iPod to the iPod terminal on the
top panel of this unit.
Press and hold HCLEAR (or G CLEAR) when this unit
is in the program playback mode and playback is stopped.
Note
iPod dock adapter
(supplied with your
iPod or commercially
available)
When you open the disc tray, the programmed order is cleared.
Index search (Audio CD only)
Notes
If your disc contains index numbers, you can start
playback from any desired index number.
1
Press EINDEX.
2
Enter the index number using the numeric
button(s) (5).
■ To cancel the index search
• Use this unit with the iPod dock adapter (supplied with
your iPod or commercially available) appropriate for your
iPod. Unless your iPod is firmly stationed in the terminal,
audio signals may not be output properly.
• Do not connect any iPod accessories (such as headphones)
to your iPod when it is stationed in the terminal.
2
Press EINDEX again.
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If you plug your iPod while playing when any other source
is selected as the input source (or even when this unit is both
in the ECO OFF mode and in the standby mode), this unit
automatically begins playback of the iPod.
The index system is a method for sub-dividing tracks into smaller
divisions for easier search. If a disc contains an index, usually the
index mark (
) is printed on the leaflet in the CD case.
Notes
3
• Not all discs have index numbers.
• If the selected index number does not exist in the disc, this unit
starts playback from the last index of the disc.
• For some discs playback may start slightly prior to the actual
designated index point.
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Press 2iPod (or press N INPUT repeatedly)
to select “iPod” and start playback.
Select the iPod playback mode.
1 Press IFUNCTION and then 0ENTER (or
press K FUNCTION and then push the
multi jog dial (J )).
2 Press 0 / (or rotate the multi jog dial (J ))
to select the desired mode and then press
0ENTER (or press the multi jog dial (J )).
Mode
Playback
information
Playback control
Menu
mode
Displayed on the
display of this unit.
By the remote control
of this unit
Click
wheel
mode
Displayed on your
iPod.
By the remote control
of this unit or your
iPod
y The circled numbers and alphabets correspond to the ones on the attached sheet.
Playback operations
Remaining time of the disc
4
Select a song you want to play back.
The buttons on the remote control correspond to the
click wheel of iPod and you can control your iPod
with them.
TTL T014 -30:00
Track name*
Road to India
Remote control
iPod
Artist name*
MENU
Frankie Zipper
ENTER
Disc title*
Made-to-order
MENU
Back to the default display
ENTER
* Displayed only when you play a CD TEXT disc.
■ iPod (menu mode) or MP3/WMA files
Example (menu mode)
Item selected at the previous menu
Scrolling display (Default)*1
CD
to-order-Franki
Artists
9
Frankie Zipper
Currently selected item
Elapsed time of the current file
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T0001
Remaining time of the current file
Note
File name*2
01:23
T0001 -04:23
Road-to-India
Some features may not be compatible depending on the model or
the software version of your iPod.
Song title
Road to India
Switching the playback
information display
Artist name
Press 9INFO repeatedly during playback.
Note
Frankie Zipper
Album name
Made-to-order
Some special characters may not be shown properly.
■ Audio CDs
Year*2
Elapsed time of the current track (Default)
CD
T001
01:23
2008
Comment*2
Live at LDFU
Remaining time of the current track
T001 -04:23
Total time of the disc
TTL T014
31:23
Back to the default display
*1 Scrolling display shows the song title, artist name, and album
name of the selected item in sequence.
*2 Displayed only when you play back MP3/WMA disc.
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PLAYBACK
• You can switch the playback information display by pressing
9INFO. For details, refer to “Switching the playback
information display” below.
• You can disconnect your iPod during playback.
Listening to FM/AM broadcast
Listening to FM/AM broadcast
Selecting broadcast stations
1
Press 2TUNER (or press N INPUT
repeatedly until “FM”, “AM”, or “DAB” is
displayed).
2
Press DBAND (or EBAND) repeatedly to
select “FM” or “AM”.
3
Press and hold GTUNING / .
This unit automatically searches and tunes into a
station.
(When you control this unit with the front panel)
Push the multi jog dial (J ) repeatedly to select
“Auto tune”, and then rotate the multi jog dial (J )
to start searching.
y
• If the signal received from the station you want to select is weak,
repeatedly or
/
tune into it manually. Press GTUNING
select “Manual tune” in step 3 above and rotate the multi jog dial
(J ) to tune into the desired station.
• If the signal is weak and noise occurs during FM stereo reception,
follow the procedure below to set this unit to the monaural mode.
1 Press IFUNCTION and then press 0ENTER (or press
K FUNCTION and then push the multi jog dial (J )).
2 Press 0 / (or rotate the multi jog dial (J )) to select
“MONO” instead of “STEREO” and then press 0ENTER (or
push the multi jog dial (J )).
Presetting broadcast stations
automatically
Press and hold 6MEMORY (or L PROGRAM/
MEMORY) until “Auto memory” begins to flash.
• Up to 30 FM and 20 AM stations can be preset.
• “COMPLETE” is displayed when automatic preset
tuning is finished.
■ Presetting favorite broadcast stations
manually
1
Tune into the station to be preset.
Refer to “Selecting broadcast stations” on this page.
2
Press 6MEMORY (or L PROGRAM/
MEMORY).
« Within 4 seconds
Press FPRESET u / d (or rotate the multi
jog dial (J)) to select a desired preset
number.
« Within 4 seconds
Press 6MEMORY (or L PROGRAM/
MEMORY).
■ Deleting preset stations
Select the preset station and press HCLEAR (or
G CLEAR). To delete all FM or AM preset stations, press
and hold HCLEAR (or G CLEAR).
Selecting preset stations
Press FPRESET
/
desired preset station.
(When you control this unit with the front panel)
Push the multi jog dial (J ) repeatedly to select “Preset
tune”, and then rotate the multi jog dial (J ) to select the
desired preset station.
y
You can also select the desired preset station using the numeric
buttons (5).
Editing the name of the preset
radio stations
1
Select the preset radio station you want to
edit the name.
2
Push and hold the multi jog dial (J ) until
the cursor flashes.
Note
Automatic preset tuning overwrites the existing preset stations.
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repeatedly to select the
y The circled numbers and alphabets correspond to the ones on the attached sheet.
Listening to FM/AM broadcast
3
Rotate the multi jog dial (J ) to select a
character and then push it to confirm your
selection.
• You can enter alphabets (A to Z) and/or numbers
(0-9).
• To enter a blank space, select the blank between
“Z” and “0”.
• To delete the input character, press G CLEAR.
• To delete all characters, press G CLEAR for more
than 3 seconds.
4
Repeat step 3 until you finish editing.
5
Push and hold the multi jog dial (J ).
Receiving radio data system
information
1
Tune into an FM station.
2
Press 9INFO repeatedly to select desired
information and wait until blinking stops.
The mode changes as follows:
PROGRAM SERVICE
The name of the station being received is
displayed. The frequency will be displayed, if no
program service data is found.
PROGRAM TYPE
The program type is displayed (refer to the table
on this page).
• The available Radio Data System information types vary
depending on the station.
• If the signal transmission of the FM Radio Data System station
is too weak, this unit may not be able to receive Radio Data
System information completely. In particular, RADIO TEXT
information uses a lot of bandwidth, so it may not be available
even when other modes are selectable.
Program type
News
Current Affairs
Information
Sport
Education
Drama
Cultures
Science
Varied Speech
Pop Music
Rock Music
Easy Listening
Light Classics
Serious Classic
Other Music
Weather & Metr
Finance
Children's Prog
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel & Tourin
Leisure & Hobby
Jazz Music
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
Alarm Test
Alarm-Alarm!
News
Current Affairs
Information
Sport
Education
Drama
Cultures
Science
Varied Speech
Pop Music
Rock Music
Easy Listening
Light Classics
Serious Classic
Other Music
Weather & Meteorology
Finance
Children’s Program
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel & Touring
Leisure & Hobby
Jazz Music
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
Alarm Test
Alarm-Alarm!
CLOCK TIME
The current time is displayed and updated every
minute. “CT NONE” is displayed if no time data
is found.
Normal display
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RADIO
RADIO TEXT
Information about the program being received is
displayed using a maximum of 64 alphanumeric
characters.
The mode is automatically switched to
PROGRAM SERVICE mode, if no radio text
data is found.
Notes
Listening to DAB broadcast
Listening to DAB broadcast
Listening to DAB stations
1
Press DBAND (or E BAND) repeatedly to
select “DAB”.
■ Updating the DAB channel list
1
Press IFUNCTION (or K FUNCTION)
while listening to a DAB station.
2
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select “Full Scan” or
“Local Scan”.
• Local Scan: This unit scans specified ranges in
band III.
• Full Scan: This unit scans all ranges in band III.
Note
When you select “DAB” for the first time, this unit
automatically scans for DAB services in your area, it takes
about 90 seconds to finish scanning.
2
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select the desired channel.
• When the selected DAB service has a secondary
service, the SECONDARY indicator flashes in the
front panel display for 5 seconds.
• When the selected DAB service is a secondary
DAB service, the SECONDARY indicator lights
up.
• “Off air” appears when this unit cannot receive
specified DAB service.
Advanced DAB operations
If new DAB channels are found, they are added to the
DAB channel list.
■ Selecting preset DAB stations
You need to preset DAB stations in advance. See
“Presetting favorite broadcast stations manually” on
page 12. You can preset up to 99 stations.
1
Press IFUNCTION (or K FUNCTION)
while listening to a DAB station.
2
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select “Preset tune”.
3
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select the station you want to
listen to.
■ Displaying a signal strength
Use this feature to adjust the positioning of the DAB
antenna and this unit. It is effective at maximizing the
DAB reception capability.
1
Press IFUNCTION (or K FUNCTION)
while listening to a DAB station.
2
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select “Manual tune”.
3
Press 0ENTER.
Press again to return to the normal display.
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y The circled numbers and alphabets correspond to the ones on the attached sheet.
Listening to DAB broadcast
■ Rearranging the channel list
1
Press IFUNCTION (or K FUNCTION)
while listening to a DAB station.
2
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select “Station order”.
3
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select “Alphanumeric” or
“Ensemble”.
• Alphanumeric: Channels are listed in
alphanumeric order (0-9, A-Z) by the first letter of
the station name.
• Ensemble: This option will list active stations
(stations that can be received by this unit) at the top
of the channel list. Channels that are in the list but
have no service in your area are listed at the bottom
of the channel list.
Switching the DAB information
Press 9INFO repeatedly to select the desired
information.
Dynamic label segment
Program type
Ensemble name
Current date and time
■ Compressing the dynamic range
Some DAB broadcasters transmit a wide dynamic range
(enabling high quality sound), accompanied by dynamic
range control data. The dynamic range control can be used
to compress the dynamic range of the broadcast, making
softer sounds easier to hear.
Audio mode and bitrate
Channel name/frequency
Press IFUNCTION (or KFUNCTION)
while listening to a DAB station.
2
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select “Dynamic Range”.
3
Press 0 / repeatedly and then press
0ENTER (or rotate and push the multi jog
dial (J )) to select from “0”, “1/2”, or “1”.
• 0: This unit does not compress the dynamic range.
• 1/2: Medium dynamic range compression.
• 1: Maximum dynamic range compression.
Signal error rate (0-99)
The lower the figure, the better the quality of the
received broadcast.
Software version
Back to dynamic label segment
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RADIO
1
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting
If there is any problem with this unit, check the following items. If you cannot solve your problem with the following
remedies or if your problem is not listed below, turn off and unplug the unit, then consult the nearest authorized Yamaha
dealer or service center.
General
Problem
Power turns on but
immediately shuts
off.
Cause
The power cable may be connected
improperly.
The speaker cable may be shorted.
Solution
Make sure the power cable is plugged into
the outlet firmly.
Make sure all speaker cables are connected
properly.
Set this unit to the Standby mode, then
disconnect the power cable. Wait for about
30 seconds, then connect the power cable
and turn on this unit.
Adjust the volume level.
Refer to
P. 5
Cancel the mute function.
Select the correct input source.
Make sure all cables are connected properly.
Make sure you use a disc supported by this
unit.
Turn on this unit and play the source again.
P. 6
P. 6
P. 4, 5
P. 19
Make sure all cables are connected properly
and adjust the speaker balance.
Turn on the power of the equipment
connected to the output jacks of this unit.
P. 4, 6
This unit may receive a strong electrical
shock, such as from a lightening bolt or
excessive static electricity, or drop in
power supply.
You may be trying to make a digital
recording with an analog source.
Set this unit to the Standby mode, then
disconnect the power cable. Wait for about
30 seconds, then connect the power cable
and turn on this unit.
Use proper audio sources.
—
The power to this unit may have been lost
for more than four minutes.
This unit may be placed close to the
digital equipment or high-frequency
equipment.
Make sure the power cable is plugged into
outlet firmly, then set the clock again.
Place this unit further away from such
equipment.
This unit may receive a strong electrical
shock such as from a lightening bolt or
excessive static electricity.
The speakers make
no sound.
Sound suddenly
turns off.
Sound is small on
one side.
The volume does
not increase or
sounds are
distorted.
This unit does not
operate properly.
Sound played on
this unit cannot be
recorded with an
external recorder.
The clock setting
has been cleared.
A digital equipment
or high frequency
equipment near this
unit produces
noises.
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The volume may be set to the minimum
level.
The mute function may be enabled.
The input source may be incorrect.
The cables may be connected improperly.
The disc loaded into this unit may be not
compatible.
The sleep timer might be set.
The cables may be connected improperly.
The power of the equipment connected to
the output jacks of this unit may be turned
off.
P. 4
—
P. 6
P. 6
—
P. 6
P. 5
—
Troubleshooting
Disc playback
Problem
Some button
operations do not
work.
Playback does not
start immediately
when pressing E
).
(or 0
The message “No
Disc” appears even
though a disc is set.
Cause
Some discs do not support certain
functions of this unit.
The disc may not be set in the disc tray
properly.
The disc may be dirty.
The disc loaded into this unit may be not
compatible with this unit.
If this unit is moved from a cold place to
warm one, condensation may be form on
the disc reading lens.
The disc loaded into this unit may be not
compatible with this unit.
Solution
Refer to
—
Set the disc in the disc tray properly.
P. 8
Wipe the disc clean.
Make sure you use a disc supported by this
unit.
Wait for one to two hours, then try again.
P. 19
P. 19
Make sure you use a disc supported by this
unit.
P. 19
—
iPod™ playback
Problem
“Unplugged” is
displayed and the
iPod is not
recognized.
Cause
The iPod is not connected securely.
Solution
Remove the iPod and plug it again.
Use a proper iPod dock adapter supplied
with your iPod.
Refer to
P. 10
—
APPENDIX
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Troubleshooting
Radio reception
Problem
The preset tuning
function does not
work.
The preset station
settings have been
cleared.
The auto tuning
function does not
work.
(FM) Too much
noise is generated
during stereo
broadcast.
(FM) Even with an
outdoor antenna,
radio wave
reception is weak
(audio is distorted).
(AM) Too much
noise is generated.
(DAB) Cannot tune
into any DAB
stations.
(DAB) The service
reception is weak.
Cause
The preset station settings may have been
erased.
Solution
Preset radio stations again.
The power to this unit may be lost more
than a week.
Make sure the power cable is plugged into
outlet firmly, and then preset the stations
again.
Make sure the antenna is connected properly.
The antenna may be connected
improperly.
The radio station you selected may be far
away from your area or radio wave
reception is weak in your area.
The FM antenna may be connected
improperly.
The radio station you selected may be far
away from your area or radio wave
reception is weak in your area.
Multipath reflection or other radio
interferences may occur.
Refer to
P. 12
P. 5, 12
P. 5
Try manual tuning to increase the signal
quality.
P. 12
Make sure the FM antenna is connected
properly.
Try manual tuning to increase the signal
quality or use a commercially available
multi-channel outdoor antenna.
Switch the reception mode of this unit to
monaural.
Change the height, direction, or placement
of the antenna.
P. 5
P. 5, 12
P. 12
—
P. 5
The noises may be generated from
atmospheric electricity, lightening,
fluorescent lights, motors, or thermostat
electric devices.
If too much noise is generated especially
in the evening, this unit may be placed
close to a TV.
There is no DAB coverage in your area.
Connect an outdoor antenna and establish
better grounding to decrease noises.
However, it is difficult to eliminate these
types of noises.
Place this unit further away from a TV.
The positioning of the indoor DAB
antenna and/or the unit is not optimal for
DAB reception.
Display the signal strength and find the best
position for the DAB antenna and this unit.
P. 14
Cause
The remote control may be operated
outside the remote control operation
range.
The remote control sensor on this unit
may be exposed to direct sunlight or
lighting (inverted fluorescent lamps).
The batteries may be worn out.
Solution
Use the remote control within the operation
range.
Refer to
P. 3
Change the lighting or the orientation of this
unit.
—
Replace the batteries with new ones.
P. 5
—
—
Remote control
Problem
The remote control
does not work for
operating this unit.
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Notes on discs
Disc information
This unit is designed for use with audio CD, CD-R, and
CD-RW. Also, this unit can play back 8 cm compact discs.
y
This unit can play back discs bearing any of the logo marks
above. A disc logo mark is printed on the disc and the disc jacket.
Handling a disc
• Do not touch the surface of the
disc. Hold a disc by its edge (and
the center hole).
• Do not leave a disc in the disc tray
when not playing.
• Do not use a pencil or pointed
marker to write on the disc.
• Do not put a tape, seal, glue, or other attachments on a disc.
• Do not use a protective cover to prevent scratches.
• Do not use a disc that has a printable surface using a
commercially available label printer.
• Do not expose a disc under direct
sunlight, high temperature, high
Caution
humidity, or a lot of dust.
Note
Do not load any other type of disc into this unit. Doing so may
damage this unit.
This unit can play back the following data discs:
• MP3 files, recorded on CD-R/RW (fs 44.1, 48 kHz/32,
64, 96, 128, 192, 256, or 320 kbps and variable bit
encoded MP3 files (CBR and VBR))
• WMA files, recorded on CD-R/RW (fs 44.1 kHz/192
kbps or less and variable bit encoded WMA files (CBR
and VBR))
• ISO 9660 for CD-R/RW
Notes
• CD-R/RW cannot be played back unless finalized. Finalize
means to process the information stored in the disc so as to
make it compatible with other players.
• Use reliable discs. Some discs cannot be played back
depending on the disc characteristics or recording conditions.
• Do not use any non-standard shaped discs such as a heartshaped disc.
• Do not use discs with many scratches on their surface.
• Copyright-protected WMA files cannot be played back on this
unit.
• The sampling rate 48 kHz is downsampled to 44.1 kHz for
playback.
• If a disc becomes dirty, wipe it
with a clean, dry cloth from the
center out to the edge. Do not use
record cleaner or paint thinner.
• To avoid malfunction, do not use
a commercially available lens
cleaner.
• Do not insert more than one disc
into the disc tray at one time. This can cause damages to both
this unit and the discs.
• Do not use an 8 cm-disc adapter. Load an 8 cm (3 inch) disc as
it firmly sits on the disc tray. If loaded improperly, the disc can
impede the disc tray opening/closing.
• Do not insert fingers when closing the disc tray. This can lead
to injury.
• Do not insert any foreign objects into the disc tray.
• Do not insert a cracked, warped, or glued disc.
Note
Do not use any lens cleaners as they may be a cause of
malfunction.
APPENDIX
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GLOSSARY
Glossary
■ MP3
One of the audio compression methods used by MPEG. It
employs the irreversible compression method, which
achieves a high compression rate by thinning out the data
of hardly audible part to human ears. It is said to be
capable of compressing the data quantity by about 1/11
(128 kbps) while maintaining a similar audio quality to
music CD.
■ WMA
An audio compression method developed by Microsoft
Corporation. It employs the irreversible compression
method, which achieves a high compression rate by
thinning out the data of hardly audible part to human ears.
It is said to be capable of compressing the data quality by
about 1/22 (64 kbps) while maintaining a similar audio
quality to music CD.
■ iPod
iPod is a portable media player designed and marketed by
Apple Inc.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has
been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been
certified by the developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or
its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
■ DAB
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting), also known as digital
radio, is a new way of radio broadcasting. DAB is
broadcast using digital signals instead of analog signals,
resulting in near CD-quality sound. Analog signals (i.e.
AM/FM) are susceptible to interference (i.e. distortion and
noise) caused by electrical equipment, weather conditions,
tall buildings, mountains, etc.; digital signals are not.
Thus, with DAB, there is virtually interference-free
reception and no hiss or crackle.
Another advantage of DAB is that a large amount of
information can be carried within the digital signal. DAB
is broadcast in blocks of data called ensembles (also
known as multiplexes). Several radio programs (called
primary services) can be broadcast simultaneously in each
ensemble. This means that you can choose between
several radio programs within one frequency.
In addition to the audio signal, secondary services are also
broadcast and displayed on this unit’s front panel display.
Part of the secondary services are text data information
called DLS (Dynamic Label Segment). For more
information, see page 15.
Ensemble
(Multiplex)
Primary
services
Audio signal
and
Secondary
service
With DAB, there is no need to remember channel
frequencies, either. All broadcasts are selected by simply
selecting the service name.
Notes
• You can tune the range of channels are 10A to 12D in UK.
• The sound quality and PAD/SI information are controlled by the
DAB broadcaster, not this unit. Not all DAB broadcasters
transmit PAD/SI information.
• DAB signals are broadcast in Band-III (174 – 240 MHz).
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Specifications
■ Audio section
• Minimum RMS output power per channel
.........................................25 W + 25 W (6 Ω , 1 kHz, 0.1% THD)
• Input sensitivity/impedance
AUX ...................................................................... 350 mV/47 kΩ
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
• Frequency response
CD etc. ................................................. 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±0.5 dB
• Total harmonic distortion
CD etc. 1kHz ...................................................................... 0.03%
• Signal to noise ratio (IHF-A network)
CD etc. (350 mV, input shorted) .......................................... 98 dB
■ FM section
• Tuning range (50 kHz steps) .......................... 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
CAUTION
VORSICHT!
VARNING
- INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED, AVOID EXPOSURE TO
BEAM.
UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG TRITT AUS, WENN
DECKEL GEÖFFNET UND WENN SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBERBRÜCKT IST. NICHT DEM STRAHL
AUSSETZEN!.
- OSYNLING LASERSTRÅLNING NÄR DENNA DEL ÄR
ÖPPNAD OCH SPÄRR ÄR URKOPPLAD. STRÅLEN ÄR
FARLIG.
• Signal to noise ratio (mono) ................................................... 65 dB
• Sensitivity (S/N 30 dB) ...................................................... 1.0 µV/m
■ AM section
• Tuning range (9 kHz steps) .................................... 522 to 1629 kHz
• Signal to noise ratio ................................................................ 35 dB
• Sensitivity ......................................................................... 600 µV/m
■ DAB section
• Tuning range (BAND III) ............................. 174 MHz to 240 MHz
• Input ....................................................................... 50 Ω , (nominal)
• Sensitivity .......................................................................... –96 dBm
• Selectivity ......................................................................... 35 dB typ.
• Audio out ................................................................ Stereo, 2.0 Vp-p
ADVARSEL
- USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING VED ÅBNING, NÅR
SIKKERHEDSAFBRYDERE ER UDE AF FUNKTION.
UNDGÅ UDSÆTTELSE FOR STRÅKING.
VAROITUS!
- SUOJAKOTEL OA EI SAA AVATA. LAITE SISÄLTÄÄ
LASERDIODIN, JOKA LÄHETTÄÄ (NÄKYMÄTÖNTÄ)
SILMILLE VAARALLISTA LASERSÄTEILYÄ.
ADVARSEL
- USYNLING LASERBESTRÅLING NÅR DENNE DELEN ER
ÅPEN OG SIKKERHETSSPERREN ER UTKOBLET.
UNNGÅ UTSETTELSE FOR STRÅLING.
• Digital out ................................................... 24 bit/48 kHz resolution
■ CD player section
• Signal to noise ratio .............................................................. 110 dB
• Total harmonic distortion ..................................................... 0.005%
• Separation .............................................................................. 100 dB
■ General
• Power supply ......................................................... AC 230 V, 50 Hz
• Power consumption .................................................................. 80 W
• Standby power consumption ................................................... 0.5 W
• Laser pick up
Material............................................................................GaAlAs
Wavelength ............................................................... 790 ±25 nm
Laser output ............................................................. 8 mA or less
APPENDIX
• Dimensions (W x H x D) .............................. 210 x 109 x 359.5 mm
• Weight ................................................................................... 4.65 kg
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Thank you for having chosen a Yamaha product. In the unlikely event that your Yamaha product needs guarantee service, please contact the dealer from
whom it was purchased. If you experience any difficulty, please contact Yamaha representative office in your country. You can find full details on our
website (http://www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or http://www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident).
The product is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship or materials for a period of two years from the date of the original purchase. Yamaha
undertakes, subject to the conditions listed below, to have the faulty product or any part(s) repaired, or replaced at Yamaha’s discretion, without any charge
for parts or labour. Yamaha reserves the right to replace a product with that of a similar kind and/or value and condition, where a model has been
discontinued or is considered uneconomic to repair.
Conditions
1. The original invoice or sales receipt (showing date of purchase, product code and dealer’s name) MUST accompany the defective product, along with a
statement detailing the fault. In the absence of this clear proof of purchase, Yamaha reserves the right to refuse to provide free of charge service and the
product may be returned at the customer’s expense.
2. The product MUST have been purchased from an AUTHORISED Yamaha dealer within the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland.
3. The product must not have been the subject of any modifications or alterations, unless authorised in writing by Yamaha.
4. The following are excluded from this guarantee:
a. Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear.
b. Damage resulting from:
(1) Repairs performed by the customer himself or by an unauthorised third party.
(2) Inadequate packaging or mishandling, when the product is in transit from the customer. Please note that it is the customer’s responsibility to
ensure the product is adequately packaged when returning the product for repair.
(3) Misuse, including but not limited to (a) failure to use the product for its normal purpose or in accordance with Yamaha’s instructions on the proper
use, maintenance and storage, and (b) installation or use of the product in a manner inconsistent with the technical or safety standards in force in
the country where it is used.
(4) Accidents, lightning, water, fire, improper ventilation, battery leakage or any cause beyond Yamaha’s control.
(5) Defects of the system into which this product is incorporated and/or incompatibility with third party products.
(6) Use of a product imported into the EEA and/or Switzerland, not by Yamaha, where that product does not conform to the technical or safety
standards of the country of use and/or to the standard specification of a product sold by Yamaha in the EEA and/or Switzerland.
(7) Non AV (Audio Visual) related products.
(Products subject to “Yamaha AV Guarantee Statement” are defined in our website at http://www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or
http://www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident.)
5. Where the guarantee differs between the country of purchase and the country of use of the product, the guarantee of the country of use shall apply.
6. Yamaha may not be held responsible for any losses or damages, whether direct, consequential or otherwise, save for the repair or replacement of the
product.
7. Please backup any custom settings or data, as Yamaha may not be held responsible for any alteration or loss to such settings or data.
This guarantee does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights under applicable national laws in force or the consumer’s rights against the dealer arising
from their sales/purchase contract.
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries should
not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to
applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human
health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal
service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for
the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the
chemical involved.
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