CDP-D12 - Starin

CDP-D12 - Starin
Compact Disc Player
CDP-D12
FEATURES
S
ony unveils the CDP-D12, a CD
player designed for professional
applications such as television and radio
broadcasting, post-production, public
addresses, and audio/visual
presentations.
T
he CDP-D12 offers a variety of
features that fulfill the demanding
requirements of these applications,
including multiple output interfaces, a
variety of playback functions, RS-232C or
parallel remote-control capability, and
sequential playback between multiple
CDP-D12 decks. Additionally, its shockresistant design contributes to the high
playback stability required by today’s
professionals. And with its rackmountable design, the CDP-D12 player is
only 1U high, saving rack-mount space
and contributing to useful system
portability.
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Flexible Output Interfaces
The CDP-D12 is equipped with multiple output
interfaces to meet individual system needs.
XLR-type balanced and phono unbalanced
connectors are provided for analog outputs,
plus coaxial and optical digital outputs are also
available.
Variable Playback Speed
The CDP-D12 allows the playback speed to be
adjusted within the range of ±12.5% in 0.5%
steps – this enables the duration of the audio
program to be adjusted in post-production and
on-air applications. The duration of the audio
program is displayed according to the
adjustment.
Auto-Cue Function
The auto-cue function skips the silent areas at
the beginning of an audio track and puts the
deck in pause mode. Users can choose the
threshold level of the audio to skip from five
preset settings: -72 dB, -66 dB, -60 dB, -54 dB,
and -48 dB.
Cue-Point Marking
RM-DS11
Operators can mark a cue-point to immediately
start playback from any desired point.
Various Playback/Repeat Modes
In addition to normal playback, shuffle playback,
and program playback modes, power-on play is
also available. For each playback mode, three
repeat modes are provided: single-track repeat,
A-B repeat, and all-track repeat.
Sequential Playback
Sequential playback is available when multiple
CDP-D12 players are daisy-chained through the
‘Relay Play’ input/output interfaces. When the
first CD player reaches its playback end, a
control signal is sent to the second player to
trigger its playback automatically.
RM-DS11 Remote
Control Unit (Supplied)
The supplied remote control unit allows simple
and quick playback control of the CDP-D12
player. Both wired and infrared wireless control
is possible. The wired control capability is useful
when the CDP-D12 player is installed with other
CD players, and it provides comfort that the CD
players are operating when putting an audio
program to air.
Remote Control via RS-232C and
Parallel Ports
Shock-Resistant Design
The CDP-D12 is equipped with both RS-232C
and parallel ports, which allow remote control
of the CDP-D12 from another control system,
such as an external PC. The mixer-fader-play
command is also available through the parallel
port.
For additional reliability, the CDP-D12 player
incorporates an ESP (Electronic Shock Protection)
function. Using a buffer memory with a
capacity of 2.6 seconds, this reduces unwanted
track ‘skips’ caused by external shocks or
vibrations.
Versatile Playback
The CDP-D12 player reads audio data stored on
CD-R or CD-RW discs as well as conventional
CDs. It also accepts both 8 cm and 12 cm CDs
without an adaptor.
SPECIFICATIONS
Outputs
Analog line outputs (L/R)
Phono (x 2), unbalanced, max. +8 dBu, 10 kΩ load or more
XLR-3-32 (x 2), balanced, -10 dBu (max. +10 dBu)/+4 dBu (+24 dBu) selectable, 600 Ω load or more
Digital outputs (IEC60958 consumer)
Optical
Coaxial
Headphone output
Square optical connector (x 1), -18 dBm, wave length: 600 mm
Phono (x 1), 0.5 Vp-p, 75 Ω load
Phone (stereo), 0 to 10 mW, 32 Ω load
Audio Performance
Sampling frequency
44.1 kHz
Wow and flutter
Less than measurement
Frequency response
20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.5 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
98 dB or more
Channel separation
87 dB or more (1 kHz)
Pitch control
Normal speed ±12.5% in 0.5% steps
Total harmonic distortion
0.006% or less
D/A conversion
24-bit, x 128 oversampling
General
Laser
Semiconductor laser (λ 780nm)
Applicable discs
8 cm/12 cm CD, CD-R, CD-RW
Power requirements
AC 120 V, 60 Hz (UC2)
AC 220 V, 50/60 Hz (CN2)
AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz (CED)
Power consumption
18 W (UC2/CN2)
16 W (CED)
Operating temperature
0 to +40 ˚C (+32 to +104 ˚F)
Storage temperature
-20 to +60 ˚C (-4 to +140 ˚F)
Mass
4.0 kg (8 lb 13 oz)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
482 x 44 x 265 mm (19 x 1 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches)
Supplied accessories
Remote control unit (x 1), Control-S cable (x 1), operating instructions (x 1)
0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms
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Printed in Japan on recycled paper
©2003 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Features, design, and specifications are subject to change without notice.
All non-metric mass and measurements are approximate.
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