English - Superscope Technologies

English - Superscope Technologies
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PSD220
&
PSD230
Performing Arts Portable
CD Players
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Owners Manual
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock
to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should remove
the cover or attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION :
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS
OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURE
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
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SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict
quality and safety standards. There are, however, some installation and operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
1.
8. Cleaning — The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer.
9. Nonuse Periods — The power cord of the appliance should
be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long
period of time.
Read Instructions — All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
2. Retain Instructions — The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
10. Object and Liquid Entry — Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings.
3. Heed Warnings — All warnings on the appliance and in
the operating instructions should be adhered to.
11. Damage Requiring Service — The appliance should be
serviced by qualified service personnel when:
4. Follow Instructions — All operating and use instructions
should be followed.
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
or
5. Water and Moisture — The appliance should not be used
near water — for example, near a bathtub, wash-bowl,
kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a
swimming pool, etc.
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has spilled into the appliance; or
6. Heat — The appliance should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure
damaged.
7. Power Sources — The appliance should be connected to
a power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the appliance.
12. Servicing — The user should not attempt to service the
appliance beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all
requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B respecte
toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matérier
brouilleur du Canada.
NOTE:Changes or modifications may cause this unit
to fail to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and may
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 4
DRAWINGS ................................................................................................... 5
FEATURES .................................................................................................... 7
About CD-TEXT (PSD230) ........................................................................ 7
ENGLISH
About CD-RW Playback............................................................................. 7
CONTROLS, CONNECTORS, AND INDICATORS ....................................... 8
DISPLAY INDICATORS ................................................................................. 9
THE DISPLAY OF CD-TEXT INFORMATION (PSD230) .............................. 9
POWER SUPPLY ........................................................................................ 10
AC Adapter Operation.............................................................................. 10
Battery Operation ..................................................................................... 10
Rechargeable Ni-Cad Battery Pack (optional) ......................................... 10
Battery Life ............................................................................................... 10
Battery Life Indicator ................................................................................ 10
CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................... 11
Connection to an Analog Component ...................................................... 11
Connection to a Digital Component ......................................................... 11
Connection of Headphones ..................................................................... 11
Connection of a Microphone or Line Level Source (PSD230) ................. 11
Controlling the Volume............................................................................. 11
PLAYBACK OF A CD ................................................................................... 12
Repeat All, Repeat 1 ................................................................................ 13
A-B Repeat .............................................................................................. 13
Single Track Play & Cue-to-Music ........................................................... 13
Programming Playback Tracks ................................................................ 14
TEMPO Control........................................................................................ 15
TUNING Control (PSD230) ...................................................................... 15
KEY Control (PSD230) ............................................................................ 15
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................. 16
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................... 16
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FEATURES
About CD-TEXT (PSD230)
CD-TEXT is a new type of music CD feature that includes the recording
of character information of the performer names, album name, track
names, etc., in addition to the audio information contained in music CD.
The character information is recorded in an area which has not been
utilized by previous music CDs. This means that the CD-TEXT discs can
be played back in the same way as ordinary music CD discs on any CDTEXT compatible player such as the PSD230.
¡ Tempo Control
The speed of the CD can be increased and decreased by up to 50%
without changing the key (musical pitch).
¡ Tunning Control (PSD230)
The key (musical pitch) of the CD can be adjusted so that the CD player
can be tuned to a musical instrument rather than the musical instrument
having to be tuned to the CD player.
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¡ Key Control (PSD230)
The key (musical pitch) of the CD can be raised or lowered by up to 1
octave.
The PSD230 detects the CD-TEXT compatibility of each disc automatically.
¡ Voice Reduction (PSD230)
The PSD230 includes a special processor that can reduce the volume
level of the vocal track on a CD.
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¡ Mic/Line Mixing (PSD230)
The PSD230 includes an input for a microphone or music instrument (line
level) source that can be mixed together with the CD sound for practice
purposes.
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The display can show the character information including the album
name, track names, performer names, verse writer names, music
composer names, arranger names, message and music genre. However, the content of the character information is variable depending on
discs.
¡ 10 Second Anti-Shock Protection
The PSD220/230 provide a 10 second anti-shock buffer to prevent skips
and jumps in the audio when the unit is moved or shaken while playing.
¡ CD-RW Playback
The PSD220/230 has been specially designed to read and playback
finalized CD-RW (ReWritable) discs.
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¡ CD-TEXT Display (PSD230)
The PSD230 includes a built-in CD-TEXT decoder so that CDs that
contain CD-TEXT information regarding the disc title, artist name, etc.,
can be displayed.
For detailed operating procedures for displaying the character
information in the CD-TEXT, read the description on page 9 of this
manual.
The PSD230 can display up to 10 characters at a time. If the character
information in a disc is longer, the characters are scrolled from the left
to the right on the display.
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¡ 3-Band EQ
The PSD220/230 include a 3-band EQ so that the bass (low frequency),
mid (middle frequency), or treble (high frequency) portion of the CD
sound can be adjusted.
Scrolling refers to a method of displaying characters by moving them.
The PSD230 is capable of smooth scrolling by feeding characters
one by one.
¡ Single Track Play
The PSD220/230 is equipped with a single-track play feature that will
play only one track at a time without having to create a custom play
program.
About CD-RW Playback
¡ Cue-to-Music
During the single track play mode, the PSD220/230 will cue (pause) a
selected track at the beginning of the audio, rather than the true start of
the track.
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The CD-R and CD-RW discs should contain properly-recorded TOC
information so that they can be played back. With the CD recorder
system, writing the TOC information in a disc is referred to as
finalizing the disc. A disc cannot be recognized as a CD disc and
played back unless it has been finalized properly. For details, please
read the instruction manual provided with a CD recorder.
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TOC stands for Table Of Contents and contains information such as
the total number of tracks and total playing time of the disc.
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The PSD220/230 can only play discs recorded in the CD-DA format
designed for music reproduction. Do not attempt to play a disc
containing data, such as a CD-ROM for PCs, on this unit.
*
As the playback of a CD-RW disc necessitates partial change of the
player setup, it may take longer to read the TOC information compared to a music CD or CD-R disc.
*
Because CD-RW discs have lower reflectivity than CDs and CD-R
discs, dirt on the surface of a CD-RW disc can generate noise, make
the CD-RW disc unplayable, or cause misoperation. If any of these
symptons occur, wipe the surface of the CD-RW disc as indicated on
page 16.
The PSD220/230 can play back CD-RW (ReWritable) discs as well as
ordinary music CD and CD-R (Recordable) discs.
¡ Foot Pedal Input
An optional foot pedal (model FT200) can be connected and used to
start and stop the CD for music practice or transcription purposes.
¡ Built-In Full Range Speaker
The built-in speaker allows listening to or practing with a CD without
having to connect to other equipment for amplification.
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!2 LOCK
CONTROLS, CONNECTORS, AND
INDICATORS
Slide the LOCK switch to the on position (£) to lock the setting of
all the switches in the recessed portion of the top panel.
!3 IR
q POWER 3
Receives remote control signals from a compatable wireless remote
control.
Slide to turn POWER ON and slide again to turn POWER OFF.
w OPEN 3
!4 HEADPHONE
Slide to open the disc cover.
• Be sure to stop the disc before opening the disc cover.
• A grip bar has been added to the front of the CD door in case it
does not open fully.
Output for a set of headphones.
!5 DISPLAY
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Shows the current status of the unit as described in the DISPLAY
INDICATORS section (page 9).
e 6 (PLAY/PAUSE)
!6 BASS, MID, and TREBLE
Press to start playback.
Press during playback to pause playback temporarily.
Press during pause to restart playback.
Turn these knobs to adjust the tone of the CD. Turning each control
toward “+” boosts the corresponding frequency range and toward
“–” attenuates it.
r 7 (STOP)
TREBLE : Controls the tone of the high frequencies. (6 kHz)
MID
: Controls the tone of the mid frequencies. (2 kHz)
BASS
: Controls the tone of the low frequencies. (300 Hz)
Press to stop playback.
Press during a setting operation to cancel it.
Press once during the stop mode to cancel the Program or Repeat
modes.
Press twice during stop mode to charge the optional rechargeable
battery.
!7 VOL
Turn to adjust the output volume of the HEADPHONES jack and builtin speaker.
t 1 / 4, ¢ / ¡
!8 TIME
Press during playback to select the previous or next track.
Press before playback to select the track from which to start playback.
Press during programming to select the track number.
Press and hold during playback for audible fast reverse or fast forward
search.
Press to switch the time display.
!9 SCROLL (PSD230)
Press this button to sequence through the available CD-TEXT
information on a CD. The message “NO TEXT” will appear if this
button is pressed when the current CD does not contain any CDTEXT information.
y PROGRAM
Press to set or check the contents of a program.
u SINGLE
@0 LIGHT
Pressing this button will place the CD player in the single track play
mode and “TRACK” indicator in the display will begin to flash.
Press during single track play mode to return to the normal play mode.
• A complete definition of this function is on page 13.
Press this button to illuminate the LCD display when it is difficult to
see. A single press of the LIGHT buton will illuminate the LCD display
for 3 seconds and then turn off. If the LIGHT button is held down for
more than 1 second, the LCD display will stay illuminated until the
LIGHT button is pressed again.
i REPEAT
Press to switch the repeat mode.
Press during A-B repeat mode to return to the normal play mode.
@1 FOOT PEDAL IN
An optional foot pedal (model FT200) can be input to this jack to
provide start/stop control.
o A-B
Press to perform A-B repeat.
Press during A-B repeat to change the B point.
@2 DIGITAL OUT
The digital data is taken directly off the CD and output to this jack.
!0 TEMPO “+”, “–”
@3 LINE OUT
Pressing these buttons will change the playback speed (tempo) of
the CD by up to +/- 50% without changing the key (musical pitch).
Pressing the “+” button increases the tempo in 1% increments.
Press and hold the “+” button to quickly increase the tempo.
Pressing the “–” button decreases the tempo in 1% increments.
Press and hold the “–” button to quickly decrease the tempo.
Press both “+” and “–” at the same time to return the tempo back to
0% (normal tempo).
• A complete definition of this function is on page 15.
These jacks output the sound of the CD, along with any enhancements
made to the sound, to another analog amplification device (amplifier,
powered speakers, stereo system, etc.), a recording device (tape
deck, CD recorder, etc.), or a mixer.
@4 VOICE REDUCTION (PSD230)
When this switch is ON, the vocal track of the CD will be reduced. The
performance of this system depends on how the CD was recorded.
!1 KEY “+”, “–” (PSD230)
@5 SPEAKER
Pressing these buttons will change the key (musical pitch) of the CD
by up to +/- 1 octave without changing the tempo.
Pressing these buttons while the tempo is changed, or after the
TEMPO buttons are pressed, will change the tunning (fine key
control) of the CD by up to +/- 2% without changing the tempo.
The following applies to changing the key:
The “+” button raises the key in 12 1/2 cent increments. Press and
hold the “+” button to quickly increase the key.
The “–” key lowers the key in 12 1/2 cent increments. Press and hold
the “–”button to quickly decrease the key.
Press both “+” and “–” at the same time to reset the key to 0.00
(normal key).
The following apply to changing the tuning:
Pressing the "+" button increas the key in 0.1% increments. Press
and hold the "+" button to quickly increase the key.
Pressing the "-" button decreases the key in 0.1% increments. Press
and hold the "-" button to quickly decrease the key.
• A complete definition of these functions is on page 15.
This switch selects if the built-in speaker is on or off.
@6 LEVEL (PSD230)
This control determines the amount of signal from the MIC/LINE IN
that is mixed with the CD.
@7 MIX/SPLIT (PSD230)
This switch determines how a signal from the MIC/LINE IN is mixed
with the sound from the CD. The MIX position will mix (combine) the
input signal with both the left and right channels of the CD playing
back. The SPLIT position will separate the input signal and the CD
playing back by sending the input signal to the right channel and
both channels of the CD to the left channel.
@8 MIC/LINE IN (PSD230)
A microphone or music instrument (line level) can be plugged into
this jack using either a XLR or 1/4” plug.
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@9 LINE/MIC (PSD230)
THE DISPLAY OF CD-TEXT INFORMATION
(PSD230)
This switch determines the input level of the MIC/LINE IN. The LINE
position is for a line level source such as a music instrument, tape
deck, etc. The MIC position is for a microphone level signal such as
a handheld dynamic microphone.
Stop Mode
#0 CHARGE
The following information (if available) is displayed every time the
SCROLL button is pressed while the unit is stopped.
This red LED indicates the status of the optional rechargeable
battery (model RB430). When this LED is flashing, the battery is
charging. When the LED is solid, the battery is fully charged.
#1 DC IN
Title of each track on the Album
Plug the included AC adapter (model AD200) into this jack.
Album
#2 Battery Compartment
Holds 3 “D” size batteries.
Artist for each track on the Album
Songwriter of each track on the Album
DISPLAY INDICATORS
a
b
c
Composer of each track on the Album
d
g
Arranger of each track on the Album
Message
REPEAT 1 A-B
TRACK
TOTAL
REMAIN
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Album ID
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Genre
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End of Information
a TRACK number indicator (1 through 99), displays the track numbers
on the CD. When in the program mode, the number of tracks
programmed is displayed. TRACK indicator will flash in the single
track play and program entry modes.
Play Mode
b TIME
indicator displays the playing time of the CD in 4 digits
representing minutes and seconds. This display typically represents
elapsed time of the track being played. When the REM indicator is
displayed, the time shown represents the remaining time of the track
being played. When the TOTAL REM indicator is displayed, this
represents the total remaining time of the CD or of the program being
played. In the stop mode, the total playing time of the CD is displayed.
The following information (if available) is displayed every time the
SCROLL button is pressed while the unit is playing.
Album Title
Track Title
c PLAY/PAUSE indicator shows if the unit is in the play or play-pause
Track Artist
mode. PLAY and PAUSE indiactors will flash in the single track play
mode.
Track Songwriter
d REPEAT indicator is displayed when the CD player is in the repeat
mode. REPEAT 1 indicator is displayed when the CD player is in the
single track repeat mode. REPEAT A-B indicator is displayed when
the CD is in the A-B repeat mode.
Track Composer
e 10-character matrix displays the CD-Text information (PSD230) and
Track Message
Track Arranger
other operational information.
Album ID
f Level
indicators display the playback signal levels of the CD player.
The level meters on the PSD22/230 are VU meters, which mean that
they display the average of the total CD signal.
Album Genre
g Battery indicator displays the status of the battery. See the Battery
End of Information
Life Indicator section on page 10 for a complete description of each
mode of this indicator.
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Album Title
POWER SUPPLY
Rechargeable Ni-Cad Battery Pack (optional)
The PSD220/230 can operate using an optional Ni-Cad rechargeable
battery pack (model RB430).
Refer to the following illustration to install the battery pack.
Be sure the battery pack is fully charged before use.
AC Adapter Operation
Connect the supplied AC adapter (model AD200) to the DC IN of the
PSD220/230. Then connect the other end of the AC adapter to a wall
power outlet.
To AC outlet
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PUSH
DC IN
4.5V
MIC/LINE IN
LEVEL
LINE MIC
MIX SPLIT
To charge the battery pack
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CHARGE
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1. Make sure the Ni-Cad battery pack is loaded as shown above.
2. Connect the AC adapter to a wall power outlet (see AC Adapter
Operation section on this page).
3. Turn the power on using the POWER switch.
Battery Operation
4. Press the STOP button twice so that the "CHARGE" message is
displayed and the CHARGE LED on the side panel flashes.
Open the battery case and insert three alkaline batteries (SIZE “D”),
making sure to observe the correct polarity (+ and –) indications.
The battery power condition is shown on the top right corner of the
display. See the Battery Life Indicator section on this page for more
details.
5. When the CHARGE LED becomes steadily lit, the battery is fully
charged.
Notes
¡ A full charge takes approximately 6 hours.
Battery Life
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Battery type
Playback
Alkaline batteries
Optional Ni-Cad battery
about 2.0 hours
about 3.0 hours
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Notes
¡ Battery life will vary depending on the conditions under which the unit
is operated (environmental temperature, humidity, speaker usage,
etc.).
Notes
¡ Remove the batteries when the PSD220/230 is not going to be used
for a long period of time.
Battery Life Indicator
CAUTION
Battery is full
Battery is at full capacity
Half of the battery
disappears:
Battery is at 50% capacity
Half of the battery
flashes:
Batteries are weak
Empty:
Batteries are exhausted
Discard used batteries according to the battery manufacturer’s instructions.
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CONNECTIONS
Connection of Headphones
Connection to an Analog Component
IR
TIME
SCROLL
LIGHT
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REPEAT 1 A–B
TRACK
TOTAL
HEADPHONE
The PSD220/230 provides a LINE OUT so that the sound of the CD, along
with any enhancements made to the sound, can be sent to another
analog amplification device (amplifier, powered speakers, stereo system, etc.), a recording device (tape deck, CD recorder, etc.), or a mixer.
DIGITAL
OUT
LINE
OUT
VOICE
REDUCTION
OFF
BASS
MID
TREBLE
R
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VOL
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FOOT PEDAL
IN
REMAIN
SPEAKER
ON OFF
ON
1. Plug commercially available headphones into the HEADPHONE
jack.
CD , AUX
or LINE IN
Notes
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¡ The PSD220/230 HEADPHONE jack accepts a 1/4” plug. Many
headphone’s in the market have a 1/8” plug. An adapter plug that will
convert 1/8” to 1/4” is available at most audio/video specialty stores.
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1. Minimize the volume of the analog component you plan to connect
with the PSD220/230.
Caution for headphone listening:
¡ Traffic safety
Never wear headphones during riding a bicycle, motorbike or automobile. Even during walking, increasing the headphone volume too
high is dangerous because this isolates you from the ambient sound.
Be specially careful on railroad or pedestrian crossings.
2. Connect, via a stereo RCA patch cable, the LINE OUT of the PSD220/
230 to the CD, AUX, or LINE IN of the analog component.
Notes
¡ Protection of the ears
Listening to the headphones for long hours at a high volume may
affect your sense of audition. To protect your ears, do not maintain
high headphone volume.
• The VOLUME control knob on the PSD220/230 does not effect the
level of the LINE OUT signal.
Connection to a Digital Component
Connection of a Microphone or Line Level
Source (PSD230)
The PSD220/230 provides a DIGITAL OUT so that the digital data from
the CD can be sent to another digital component (digital recorder, mixer,
speakers, etc.).
The PSD230 provides an XLR / 1/4” MIC/LINE IN jack that can be used
to input a microphone (dynamic type) or a line (music instrument) level
signal for purposes of mixing with the CD.
FOOT PEDAL
IN
DIGITAL
OUT
LINE
OUT
VOICE
REDUCTION
OFF
SPEAKER
ON OFF
1. Select the type of input you are planning to use via the input level
switch located to the left of the MIC/LINE IN jack. The MIC position is
for a microphone level signal and the LINE position is for a line level
signal.
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¡Most electric guitars output a microphone level signal.
2. Connect the output of the microphone or line level source to the MIC/
LINE IN jack of the PSD220/230.
DIGITAL
IN
3. Use the MIX/SPLIT control to decide how the input microphone or line
level signal is mixed with the CD. The MIX position will mix (combine)
the input signal with both the left and right channels of the CD playing
back. The SPLIT position will separate the input signal and the CD
playing back by sending the input signal to the right channel and both
channels of the CD to the left channel.
1. Connect, via a digital RCA (or Coaxial) patch cable, the DIGITAL OUT
of the PSD220/230 to the DIGITAL IN of the digital component.
4. Use the LEVEL control to determine how much of the input signal you
want to mix with the CD. The VOLUME control knob determines the
overall output level through the headphones and built-in speaker,
while the LEVEL control determines the volume level of the input
signal compared to the CD sound.
Notes
• The DIGITAL OUT signal of the PSD220/230 is a direct output of the
data on the CD and is not effected by sound enhancement features
such as TEMPO control, KEY control, VOICE REDUCTION, and the
EQ controls.
Controlling the Volume
• On the PSD230, an input microphone or line level signal is not mixed
with the DIGITAL OUT signal.
The VOLUME control knob adjusts the sound level of the headphone
jack and the built-in speaker, and does not effect the level of the LINE
OUT and DIGITAL OUT signals.
• The VOLUME control knob on the PSD220/230 does not effect the
level of the DIGITAL OUT signal.
• The format of the DIGITAL OUT is SPDIF (IEC-958-2).
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PLAYBACK OF A CD
8)
To pause playback temporarily (8
3)
To play an audio CD (3
1. During playback, press the 6 button.
Playback is interrupted and the 8 appears on the LCD display.
1. Open the disc cover by sliding the OPEN switch.
2. To restart playback, press 6 again.
2. Place an audio CD with the label side up.
Push the center section of the CD lightly to set it in position.
1 / 4, ¢ / ¡ )
To audibly search within a track (1
3. Close the disc cover by pushing it down.
1. During playback, press and hold the 1 / 4 or ¢ / ¡ button.
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4. Press the 6 button to start playback.
The display shows the current track number and its elapsed playing
time.
2. Audible searching will continue unit the 1 / 4 or ¢ / ¡ button
is released.
Notes
¡ Audible searching will continue if held past the beginning or end of
a track.
TRACK
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¡ For a faster search (but not audible), hold 1 / 4 or ¢ / ¡ while
playback is paused.
Notes
1 / 4)
To return to the beginning of the current track (1
¡ Playback will stop after the last track in the disc is played.
1. Press the 1 / 4 button during playback.
Playback is interrupted and restarts from the beginning of the current
track.
To switch the time display (TIME)
1. The initial time display shows the elapsed playing time of the track
being played.
1 / 4, ¢ / ¡)
To select another track during playback (1
1. Repeatedly press the 1 / 4 or ¢ / ¡ button until the display
shows the track number you want to play.
Playback is interrupted and restarts from the beginning of the
selected track.
2. Press the TIME button once to view the remaining playing time of the
track being played.
3. Press the TIME button again to view the remaining playing time of the
disc.
4. Press the TIME button once again to return to the time display of the
elapsed playing time of the track being played.
7)
To stop playback (7
1. Press the 7 button.
Playback stops and the display shows the total number of tracks in
the CD and their total playing time.
TRACK
1
4
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TRACK
TOTAL
L
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R
TRACK
2
REMAIN
L
-dB ∞
R
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TRACK
3
TOTAL
REMAIN
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Repeat All, Repeat 1
Single Track Play & Cue-to-Music
1. Press the REPEAT button once. The REPEAT indicator will light in the
display and the disc or program will be played repeatedly. (After the
last track on the disc has been played, the first track is played again.)
The single track play feature will play only one track at a time without
having to create a custom play program. Also, while single track play is
active the cue-to-music feature will activate, which will cause the
PSD220/230 to cue (pause) the selected playback track to the first note
of the music rather than the true beginning of the track.
2. Press the REPEAT button again.
"1" is displayed next to the REPEAT indicator, and the current track
will be played repeatedly.
3. Press the REPEAT button again to return to the normal play mode.
2. Select the track to be played back by pressing the 1 / 4 and ¢
/ ¡ buttons.
A-B Repeat
1. Start playback.
3. The PSD220/230 will then cue (pause) at the beginning of the music
in the selected track and the “8” indicator in the display will flash.
2. Press the A-B button at the beginning of the part you want to repeat.
“REPEAT A-” lights in the display.
4. Press the 6 button to start playback. The “3” indicator in the
display will flash during playback.
5. Once the track has finished, the PSD220/230 will cue the next track
and wait for playback to be started again by pressing the PLAY/
PAUSE button.
REPEAT 1 A-B
TRACK
L
-dB
R
∞
40
20
12
6
2
6. The single track play and cue-to music mode can be switched off at
any time by pressing the SINGLE button.
0 OVER
Notes
3. Press the A-B button again at the end of the part you want to repeat
to start the A-B repeat.
“REPEAT A-B” lights in the display.
¡ Single track play can be switched on and off at any time.
REPEAT 1 A-B
TRACK
L
-dB
R
∞
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
4. Press the A-B button again to change the end point (point B) to the
new start point (new point A).
“REPEAT” will light and “A-” will flash until the new start point (old
point B) is reached by the playing CD. Once reached, “A-” will then
steadly light to indicate that the new start (A) point is now set.
A
B
Pressing A-B during A-B
repeat changes point B to
A point A. (step 4)
5. Press the A-B button again to set the new end point (new point B) and
re-start A-B repeat.
“REPEAT A-B” lights in the display.
6. To continue to re-mark the A-B repeat points, repeat steps 4 and 5.
7. Press the REPEAT button to return to the normal play mode.
Notes
¡ A-B repeat across more than one track is not possible. (If the next track
starts after having set point A in a track, A-B repeat is canceled
automatically.)
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1. Press the SINGLE button to activate the single track play and cue-tomusic modes. The “TRACK” indicator in the display will flash.
Programming Playback Tracks
This procedure allows you to program selected tracks for playback in the
order you desire.
Press the PROGRAM button once
1. By pressing the PROGRAM button while in the stop mode, the CD
player will enter the programming mode.
"Program" appears on the display, and the track indicator begins to
flash.
TRACK
TOTAL
L
-dB ∞
R
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2. By pressing the 1 / 4 and ¢ / ¡ buttons, select the tracks to
be programmed. When the desired track number has been selected,
leave the CD player untouched for approximately 1.5 seconds and
the selected track will be stored in the program. Continue this
procedure until all desired tracks (30 tracks maximum) have been
programmed.
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
Select TRACK
TRACK
TOTAL
3. By pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button, the CD player will exit the
program entry mode and enter the program play mode. The CD player
will then begin to play in the order selected during the programming.
L
-dB ∞
R
4. When the STOP button is pressed, the CD player will stop playing but
the program will remain in memory.
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
TRACK
TOTAL
5. When the STOP button is pressed while the CD player is in the stop
mode, the memorized program will be cleared.
Notes
PROGRAMED TRACK
¡ The display shows “Prog FULL” when you attempt to program the 31st
track.
Select TRACK
L
-dB ∞
R
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
L
-dB ∞
R
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
L
-dB ∞
R
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
L
-dB ∞
R
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
6
2
0 OVER
2
0 OVER
TRACK
TOTAL
TRACK
TOTAL
L
-dB ∞
R
40
20
12
6
2
0 OVER
TRACK
TOTAL
¡ The PROGRAM and STOP buttons can also be used to exit the
program entry mode.
¡ Tracks can be added to an already stored program by re-entering the
program entry mode and following all the above steps.
Display after programming 20 tracks
Press 6
TRACK
Program playback
Press 7 once
TRACK
TOTAL
L
-dB ∞
R
40
20
12
Total Program
Press 7 again
TRACK
TOTAL
L
-dB ∞
R
Program is cleared
14
40
20
12
6
Press 6
TEMPO Control
KEY Control (PSD230)
The PSD220/230 is equipped with the ability to change the CD playback
speed by up to -33% to +50% without changing the key (musical pitch)
of the sound from the CD.
The PSD230 is equipped with the ability to change the key (or musical
pitch) of the sound of the CD by up to ± 1 octave.
The “+” button increases the speed in steps of 1%.
The “–” button decreases the speed in steps of 1%.
Holding down either the “+” or “–” buttons for more than 1 second causes
the speed to change rapidly.
Pressing both the “+” and “–” buttons at the same time will return the
TEMPO to the 0% position (normal speed).
100 cents=1 half step
2 half steps=1 whole step
6 whole steps=1 octave
The “+” button raises the key in steps of 12.5 cents and is displayed as
a percent of the next half step up, rounded to the nearest tenth. For
example, to raise the key of the CD by 2 1/2 half steps, the display should
show “2.50”.
The “–” button lowers the key in steps of 12.5 cents and is displayed as
a percent of the next half step down, rounded to the nearest tenth. For
example, to lower the key of the CD by 3 1/4 half steps, the display should
show “-3.25”.
Holding down either the “+” or “–” key for more than 1 second causes the
key to change rapidly as long as the key is held down.
Pressing both the “+” and “–” buttons at the same time will return the KEY
to the 0.00 position (normal key).
Display
Pressing the “+” key
TEMPO
Pressing the “–” key
0%
+1%
+2%
+3%
TEMPO
0%
-1%
-2%
-3%
TEMPO +50%
TEMPO
-33%
Display
Pressing the “+” key
Notes
¡ If the “+” or “–” buttons are pressed while another display (such as
the CD-TEXT) is shown, the current position of the TEMPO control is
displayed first. Once one of the “+” or “–” are pressed a second time,
the position then changes.
0.00
+0.13
+0.25
+0.38
+0.50
+0.63
+0.75
+0.88
+1.00
+1.13
KEY
0.00
-0.13
-0.25
-0.38
-0.50
-0.63
-0.75
-0.88
-1.00
-1.13
KEY
+12.00
KEY
-12.00
¡ If the KEY has been changed, TEMPO control is not available.
Restore KEY control to the 0.00 position in order to use TEMPO
control.
¡ Pressing the STOP button during the stop mode will reset the Tempo
to 0%.
TUNING Control (PSD230)
Pressing the “–” key
KEY
Notes
The PSD230 allows the CD output to be tuned to a musical instrument
that is used for practicing instead of traditionally tuning the instrument to
the music practice source.
¡ If the “+” or “–” buttons are pressed while another display (such as
CD-TEXT) is shown, the current position of the KEY control is
displayed first. Once one of the “+” or “–” keys are pressed a second
time, the position then changes.
The tuning system allows the key (musical pitch) of the CD output to be
changed by up to 2%. Access to the tuning system is only available while
the tempo is changed or after the TEMPO buttons are pressed and the
“TEMPO” message is displayed. The “KEY +” and “KEY -” buttons are
used to change the tuning value.
¡ If the TEMPO or TUNING has been changed, KEY control is not
available. Restore TEMPO and TUNING to the 0% position in order to
use KEY control.
¡ Pressing the STOP button during the stop mode will reset the Key to
the 0.00 position.
The “+” button raises the key in 0.1% increments and is displayed as a
whole number with a “+” sign. For example, to raise the key of the CD
by 1.5%, the display should show "+15".
The “-” button lowers the key in 0.1% increments and is displayed as a
whole number with a “-” sign. For example, to lower the key of the CD
by 0.8%, the display should show "- 8".
Notes
¡ If the CD is tuned, KEY control is not available. Restore the tuning
control to the "+ 0" position in order to use KEY control.
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The key control system works on the following musical principles:
TROUBLESHOOTING
In case of trouble with your PSD220/230, first check the following table. If the trouble cannot be fixed by following the treatment indicated for each
symptom or if the symptom of your trouble is not listed in the table, please consult your dealer.
Symptom
Check
Treatment
Are batteries inserted correctly?
Insert batteries in correctly.
Are batteries exhausted?
Replace batteries.
Is the AC adapter connected properly?
Connect the AC adapter properly.
Is the disc cover closed properly?
Close the disc cover tightly.
Is there condensation on the laser lens?
Wait until the condensation enaporates.
Is the CD placed properly?
Place the CD with the label side up.
Is the CD scratched or damaged?
Use another CD.
Is the CD dirty?
Clean the CD.
Is the program function activated?
Clear the program.
Are connection plugs inserted properly?
Check the connections.
Is the volume set to minimum position?
Adjust the volume to an optimum level.
Is the headphone plug dirty?
Clean the headphone plug.
Is the PSD220/230 located near strongly magnetized equipment?
Move the PSD220/230 away from strongly magnetized equipment.
The VOLUME control is ineffective.
The VOLUME control affects only the HEADPHONE
and SPEAKER output.
Plug headphones into the HEADPHONE jack.
Set the SPEAKER switch ON.
MIC/LINE input sounds distorted.
Is the LINE/MIC switch set correctly?
Set the LINE/MIC switch correctly.
No sound is output from the builtin speaker.
Is the SPEAKER switch in the ON position?
Set the SPEAKER switch ON.
Is the recording device set to automatically increment tracks?
Set the recording device to automatically increment
tracks.
Is the recording device set to read digital track
marks?
Set the recording device to read digital track marks or
set the device to increment track marks based on
sound level detection.
Power cannot be turned on.
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CD playback is impossible or
stops in the middle.
Playback does not start from the
first track.
Audio is not output.
Digital recording device not
reading track marks.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
¡ The mechanical parts of this unit incorporate automatic lubricating
bearings and do not need lubrication or greasing.
¡ A CD should always be held by the edge or the center and returned
to the CD case after use.
¡ Do not use detergent to clean this unit, if may damage the housing.
¡ When cleaning a CD, use a soft dry cloth and wipe in a straight line
from the center to the edge.
¡ Do not leave the unit, batteries, or CDs in a place where the
temperature may be very high. For example, under direct sunlight or
near heating equipment.
¡ Do not use detergent, it will damage the disc.
¡ Do not place the unit, batteries, or CDs in a damp place or place
where they may be moisture.
¡ Never attempt to clean the lens components.
¡ When the unit is moved from a cold to warm place, operation may be
impossible due to condensation on the laser lens. However, this is not
a malfunction. Do not attempt to clean the lens but wait for a while until
the unit is accustomed to the new environment.
¡ Use a soft, slightly moistened chamois or similar cloth to clean the unit.
Wipe in a radial direction.
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Do not wipe in circumferential direction.
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Playback System ....................................................................................... Compact Disc - Digital Audio
Number of Channels ............................................................................................................................... 2
Compatible Discs ....................................................................... CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW - 8 cm & 12 cm
Sampling frequency ................................................................................................................... 44.1 kHz
Quantization ............................................................................................................. 16-bit linear/channel
Tempo Control ................................................................................................................ ± 50 %, ± 0.5 %
Tuning Control - PSD230 .................................................................................................. ± 2 %, ± 0.1 %
Key Control - PSD230 ............................................................................................... ± 1 octave, ± 0.1 %
Audio Characteristics
Frequency range .......................................................................................... 20 Hz ~ 20,000 Hz, ± 3 dB
Wow & flutter ......................................................................................................................... Precision of quartz
Dynamic range ....................................................................................................................................... > 68 dB
S/N ratio ....................................................................................................................................... > 68 dB
Channel separation @ 1 kHz ....................................................................................................... > 50 dB
THD - Total Harmonic Distortion @ 1 kHz .............................................................................................. < 0.1 %
Input/Output
Mic/Line Input Level (XLR+1/4) - PSD230 ............................................................................ 1 mV/500 mV RMS
Analog output level (RCA) ............................................................................................................. 500 mV RMS
Digital output level (RCA) ........................................................................................................... 0.5 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Speaker output power ........................................................................................................ 400 mW (Dist.10 % )
Power requirement
Input .................................................................................................................................... 6 V, 1200 mA
Power consumption .................................................................................................................................. 6.8 W
Alkaline Battery Life ............................................................................................................... approx. 3.0 hours
Optional Ni-Cad Battery Life .................................................................................................. approx. 4.0 hours
Dimensions
Width .................................................................................................................................. 9.8" (248 mm)
Height .................................................................................................................................. 2.1" (54 mm)
Depth ................................................................................................................................. 7.2" (183 mm)
Net weight ....................................................................................................................... 2.4 lbs. (1.1 kg)
Operating temperature ...................................................................... +41 °F ~ +95 °F (+5 °C ~ +35 °C)
Operating humidity ............................................................................................. 5 ~ 90 % (without dew)
Included Accessories
AC adapter ....................................................................................................................................AD200
Stereo RCA patch cable ...................................................................................................... ~3 ft. (~1 m)
Optional Accessories
Rechargeable Ni-Cad battery ....................................................................................................... RB430
Miniature Wearable IR Remote Control .................................................................................................... RC300
Start/Stop Foot Pedal ...................................................................................................................... FT200
Carrying Case ................................................................................................................................ CA200
Due to our continuing efforts to improve our products, the specifications and appearance of this product are
subject to change without notice.
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WARRANTY
One Year Limited Warranty:
Your Superscope PSD220/230 is warranted against manufacturer defects in material and workmanship for one year parts and 90 days labor.
Non-transferable warranty:
This warranty may be enforced only by the original purchaser.
The following are not covered under warranty:
1. Damage, deterioration, malfunction or failure to meet performance specifications resulting from:
• accident, acts of nature, misuse, abuse. neglect or unauthorized product modification.
• improper installation, removal or maintenance, or failure to follow supplied instructions.
• repair or attempted repair by a non-Superscope authorized agent.
• any shipment (claims must be presented to the carrier).
• any cause other than a defect in manufacturing.
2. Cleaning, check-ups with no fault found.
3. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
4. Accessories, including but not limited to, cables and adaptors.
5. Product purchased outside of the United States, its possessions or territories.
The following are covered under warranty:
All labor and material expenses for items covered by the warranty.
To obtain service:
1. If your unit needs service, contact Superscope at (630) 820-4800. A service representative will advise you of how to obtain service. Please do not
return the unit directly to Superscope Technologies, unless specified by our service representative.
2. You must pay any shipping charges if it is necessary to ship the product for service. If the necessary repairs are covered by the warranty, we will
pay return shipping charges to your location anywhere in the United States.
3. Whenever warranty service is required, you must present the original dated sales receipt, or other proof of purchase.
Limitation of implied warranties
All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the length of this warranty.
Exclusion of damages
Liability for any defective product is limited to repair or replacement of the product at Superscope’s option. Superscope shall not be liable for damage
to other products caused by any defects in Superscope products, damages based on inconvenience or loss of use of the product, or any other damages,
whether incidental, consequential, or otherwise.
Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
How State law relates to the warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which may vary from State to State.
This warranty is enforceable only in the United States and its possessions or territories.
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Superscope Technologies, inc.
2640 White Oak Circle
Aurora, Illinois 60504
Telephone: (630) 820-4800
Fax: (630) 820-8103
Internet: www.superscope-marantzpro.com
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