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NAC-HD1E Quick Connection and Operation Guide
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Quick Connection and
Operation Guide
Connections................................................... 2
Listening to CDs or Radio Broadcasts
..................................................................... 5
Using the Hard Disk Drive......................... 7
HDD Network Audio Component
NAC-HD1E
This manual explains the basic connections and
operations that will allow you to enjoy music on
your GIGA JUKE.
For a fuller explanation of the various operations,
refer to the supplied Operating Instructions.
© 2007 Sony Corporation
Using the Internet......................................14
Troubleshooting.........................Back cover
Connections
 Connect the AM loop antenna.
Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM
antenna terminals on the unit.
Pull on the cord lightly afterwards to confirm
that the antenna is firmly connected.
Notes
 Make sure to keep the AM loop antenna away
from the unit or other AV equipment as this may
produce noise in the radio reception.
 Make sure the metal leads (not the part covered
with vinyl insulation) are securely inserted into
the antenna terminals.
Notes
 Make sure not to wind the FM wire antenna up
during use.
 After connecting the FM wire antenna, lay it out
so that it is as parallel to the floor as possible.
 Connect the amplifier.
Use the supplied audio connecting cord to
connect the ANALOG OUT 1 jacks of the
unit to the input jack (TAPE, MD, etc.) of the
amplifier. Make sure to match the color-coded
cords to the appropriate jacks of the unit; red
(right) to red and white (left) to white.
Audio connecting
cord (supplied)
Connect the FM wire antenna.
Connect the FM wire antenna to the FM
antenna jack on the unit.
FM wire antenna
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: Signal flow
To the input jack (TAPE, MD,
etc.) of the amplifier
When connecting the unit to a digital
amplifier or other digital component
You can connect a digital amplifier or other
digital component to the DIGITAL COAXIAL
OUT jack or DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT
connector of the unit. Refer to page 80 of the
operating instructions for details.
 Connect the unit to a network.
If you have a network environment, you can
easily connect the unit to the Internet as
shown in the figure below.
 Disconnect the network cable from your
computer.
 Connect the network cable to the
NETWORK port of the unit.
 Connect the power cord.
Connect the power cord to a wall outlet after
all other connections have been made.
The unit turns on automatically and
starts making the initial settings. Wait
until the unit turns off again.
The initial settings may take a few minutes
depending on the unit’s condition.
WARNING
Do not disconnect the power cord while the initial
setup is in progress. Doing so may cause the unit to
malfunction.
Inserting the batteries into the
remote control
Insert two size-AA (R6) batteries (supplied)
into the remote control with the  and 
terminals matching the polarity markings.
When the remote control is no longer able to
operate the unit, replace both batteries with
new ones.
Notes
 This method of accessing the Internet may not
be possible for some Internet service provider.
 While the network cable is connected to the
unit as described above, you will not be able to
access the Internet on the computer. If you want
to connect to the Internet from the unit and
the computer at the same time, you must use a
separate network cable to connect the computer
to the network. For details on connections, refer
to the page 82 of the Operating Instructions or
the customer support site of Sony Europe, http://
support.sony-europe.com/ (for the customers in
Europe only).
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Setting up the AM loop antenna
1 Unroll the antenna cord from the antenna.
Antenna cord
2 Assemble the AM loop antenna so that it
stands vertically.
Unfold the stand, raise the antenna vertically
and insert it into the slot as shown in the figure
below.
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Listening to CDs or Radio Broadcasts
Listening to an audio CD
1
Press .
The disc tray slides out.

2
Place an audio CD into the disc tray.
Load a CD with the label side up.
3
Press CD.
The disc tray closes and playback starts.
When an audio CD is loaded, the unit automatically starts searching for title information
within its database or over the Web (when connected to the Internet).
CD
To stop playback
Press .

To perform other operations on the remote control
To pause playback
Press .
To select the previous/next track
Press /.
To fast rewind or fast forward
Press and hold down /.
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Listening to CDs or Radio Broadcasts (continued)
Listening to the radio
1
Press FM/AM.
Press the button repeatedly to select FM or AM.
FM/AM
2
Press TUNING + or TUNING – on the remote control to tune in a station.
TUNING +/–
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Using the Hard Disk Drive
S Saving
Audio CDs
FM/AM
Hard Disk
Drive
(HDD)
External
component*
USB storage
device
* You can connect an analog component (such as a cassette deck) to the
ANALOG IN jacks of the unit to make analog recording.
You can connect a digital component (such as a digital tuner) to the
DIGITAL COAXIAL IN jack or DIGITAL OPTICAL IN connector of the
unit to make digital recording.
For details on recording from an audio CD or importing from a USB storage device:  See page 8
L Listening
Playback by artist
Playback by album
Playback by genre
 See page 11
T Transferring
“WALKMAN”
Hard Disk
Drive
(HDD)
USB storage
device
PSP
“WALKMAN”
phone (mobile
phone)
For details on transferring data to a “WALKMAN”:  See page 13
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Using the Hard Disk Drive (continued)
Saving ~ Recording from an audio CD ~
1
Press  and place an audio CD into the disc tray.
The unit automatically starts searching for title information within its database or over the
Web (when connected to the Internet).
Load a CD with the label side up.
2
Press CD and start playback.
CD
3
Press HDD .
The unit starts recording from the first track and adds title information to the recorded
tracks.
To stop recording
Press .
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HDD 
Saving ~ Importing files from a USB storage device ~
1
Press FUNCTION to display the Function menu.
FUNCTION
2
Press /// to select [HDD JUKEBOX].
///
3
Press ENTER.
ENTER
4
Connect the USB storage device to the USB connecting jack of the unit.
Refer to the operation manual of the USB storage device as well.
USB storage device
5
USB connecting jack
Press OPTIONS to display the Option menu.
OPTIONS
Continued

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Using the Hard Disk Drive (continued)
6
Press // to select [Import] – [USB storage] and press ENTER.
///
ENTER
7
If the drive selection display appears, select the drive.
If the connected USB storage device has only one drive, the drive selection display does not
appear.
8
Press / to select the album you want to import and press ENTER.
The selected album is checked
.
You can remove a check mark by pressing ENTER again.
//ENTER
9
Press  to select [Import] and press ENTER.
/ENTER
To cancel importing
Press ENTER.
Notes
 You can import a maximum of 10,000 tracks at a time.
 If two USB storage devices are connected to both jacks (front and rear) at the same time, the device connected to the
front jack takes priority.
To record from an external component
Refer to page 32 of the supplied Operating Instructions for details on connections and operations.
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Listening ~ Playing tracks in the HDD Jukebox ~
1
Press HDD.
The unit starts playing the audio data in the HDD Jukebox.
HDD
To stop playback
Press .
Playing audio data by album, artist, genre, etc.
In addition to album mode, artist mode and genre mode, the unit has the following listing modes.
Listing mode
1
Description
Album
Plays tracks of the selected album.
Artist
Plays tracks of the selected artist.
Genre
Plays tracks of a selected genre, such as classics or jazz.
Recording source
Plays tracks recorded from a selected recording source, such as a CD or the
radio.
Folder
Plays tracks in a selected folder, such as My library or a newly created folder.
Playlist
Plays a selected playlist of your favorite tracks.
Press  repeatedly until “Mode” directory (a list of listing modes) appears.

Continued

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Using the Hard Disk Drive (continued)
2
Press / to select the listing mode.
/
3
Press ENTER to enter the listing mode.
E.g., When you select the album mode
ENTER
4
Press // to select the desired album or track.
//
5
Press ENTER.
The unit starts playing in the selected listing mode.
ENTER
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Transferring ~ Transferring tracks to a “WALKMAN” ~
Note
With the procedure below, you may not be able to transfer tracks in the case of some “WALKMAN” models. In this
case, select USB storage device as the transfer destination. Refer to page 48 of the Operating Instructions for details.
Refer to http://support.sony-europe.com/ (for the customers in Europe only) for the compatible “WALKMAN” models.
1
Connect the “WALKMAN” to the USB connecting jack of the unit.
Make sure that the unit is in the HDD JUKEBOX function.
USB connecting jack
2
Press TRANSFER.
Up to 30 of the most recently recorded or imported groups (albums) are automatically
selected.
TRANSFER
3
Press TRANSFER.
The selected groups are transferred to the “WALKMAN”.
TRANSFER
When transferring audio data the next time
Groups that were recorded or imported to the HDD Jukebox following the last transfer are
selected (except for the groups that had been previously transferred).
To transfer audio data to other devices
You can transfer tracks to another device by assigning the device to the TRANSFER button or
selecting it as the destination from the menu. Refer to page 46 of the Operating Instructions for
details.
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Using the Internet
O Obtaining title information
Through an Internet connection, you can obtain title information to albums that were not
labeled when you recorded or imported them.
Albums saved to the HDD
Jukebox can be automatically
labeled.
For details on obtaining title information to an album:  See page 15
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Obtaining title information ~ Obtaining title information for an album
stored in the HDD Jukebox ~
This section explains how title information (album name, artist name, etc.) is obtained for albums
in the HDD Jukebox.
1
Select the album whose information you are looking for.
2
Press OPTIONS to display the Option menu.
OPTIONS
3
Press // / to select [Obtain title info] – [Album] and press ENTER.
The search starts. When the search is completed, the results are displayed. The search results
may include multiple matches for an album.
////
ENTER
4
Press ENTER to obtain title information.
ENTER
To obtain title information to an individual track or multiple tracks
You can obtain title information to an individual track or to multiple tracks in a single operation.
Refer to pages 55 and 56 of the Operating Instructions for details.
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Troubleshooting
If a problem occurs while operating the unit, follow the steps described below before consulting
the nearest Sony dealer. If an error message appears, it is recommended that you make a note of its
contents for reference.
Step 1: Check the supplied “Operating Instructions”.
Check the “Troubleshooting” section in the supplied Operating Instructions to
see if the problem is listed.
Step 2: Check the customer support site.
You will find the latest support information and a FAQ at this web site.
Customer support site of Sony Europe
For the customers in Europe:
http://support.sony-europe.com/
Step 3: If after steps 1 and 2 you still cannot solve the problem
Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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