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Owner's Manual
CD PLAYER TL1N
Contents
• Introduction ……………………………………………………………………… 2
• Important Safety Instructions …………………………………………………… 4
• Handling Precautions …………………………………………………………… 6
• Compact Disc Handling ………………………………………………………… 8
• Accessories ………………………………………………………………………10
• Front Panel Functions ……………………………………………………………11
• Inside the CD Door ………………………………………………………………13
• Rear Panel Functions ……………………………………………………………14
• “SUPERLINK” Digital Signal Transmission System ……………………………15
• Connection ………………………………………………………………………16
• Operation …………………………………………………………………………18
• Remote Control Unit ………………………………………………………… 20
• Programmed Playback ………………………………………………………… 22
• Precautions on Using the Remote Control Unit ……………………………… 24
• Cautions Regarding Handling ………………………………………………… 25
• Maintenance …………………………………………………………………… 26
• Troubleshooting ……………………………………………………………… 26
• Specifications ………………………………………………………………… 27
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the TL1N.
Please read through and refer to this Owner's Manual to use your TL1N safely and
adequately. It is recommended that you keep the unit's packaging available for future
transportation needs.
Features:
• The TL1N is a CD transport that uses CEC's proprietary belt drive mechanism to
minimize the vibration and electromagnetic noise from the motors, enabling the
precise reproduction of music signals.
• The TL1N’s double belt drive system, which drives both the spindle and the pickup
with belts, minimizes noise contamination and provides delicate and accurate music reproduction.
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• The top-loading design allows the use of a stabilizer for maximum disc stability.
•The TL1N features multiple digital outputs, including CEC’s proprietary “SUPERLINK” system. SUPERLINK connection with CEC’s “DA1N” DA converter, using high-quality BNC cables, ensures minimum distortion in signal transmission.
• The TL1N uses an advanced switching power supply with an integrated AC line
power purifier to avoid issues caused by the AC power line. It has separate power
supplies for voltage for its motor, servo, display and digital circuitries.
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Important Safety Instructions
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to potential electric shock
hazards within the product’s enclosure.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
notify the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the accompanying documentation.
WARNING : TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
1)
Read these instructions.
2)
Keep these instructions.
3)
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow all instructions.
5)
Do not use the TL1N near water.
6)
Clean only with a dry cloth.
7)
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8)
Do not install the TL1N near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9)
(For USA, Canada: ) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades, with one blade wider
than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet. (For European Countries: ) Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the grounding-type plug. This plug has two poles and a third grounding hole.
The third hole is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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10) Protect the TL1N’s power cord from being walked on or pinched, especially
around the plugs, convenience receptacles, and where it exits the TL1N’s casing.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Only use the TL1N with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the unit.
If using a cart, exercise caution when moving the cart/
unit combination to avoid injury from it tipping over.
13) Unplug the TL1N during lightning storms or when leaving it unused for extended periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when
the TL1N itself, its power-supply cord, or plug has been damaged in any way,
when liquids have been spilled onto the TL1N, when foreign objects have fallen
into the TL1N, when the TL1N has been exposed to rain or moisture, when the
TL1N does not operate normally, or when the TL1N has been dropped.
CAUTION
• DO NOT EXPOSE THE TL1N TO DRIPS OR SPLASHES.
• DO NOT PLACE ANY OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES,
ON THE TL1N.
• DO NOT INSTALL THE TL1N IN A CONFINED SPACE, SUCH AS WITHIN A
BOOKCASE OR SIMILAR PIECE OF FURNITURE.
• PLUG THE AC POWER CORD INTO AN EASILY ACCESSIBLE AC WALL
OUTLET, SO IT CAN BE QUICKLY UNPLUGGED IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.
• DO NOT REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE HOUSING WITH A SCREWDRIVER.
• USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
• IF THE TL1N SEEMS TO BE MALFUNCTIONING, CONTACT A QUALIFIED
SERVICE STATION. DISCONTINUE USE OF ANY MALFUCTIONING UNIT.
For CANADA
AC POWER CORD CONNECTION
CAUTION :
TO PR EV EN T ELECT R IC SHOCK, M ATCH T H E BLA DE
WIDTH OF THE PLUG TO THE SLOT WIDTH. THE PLUG
MUST BE FULLY INSERTED TO THE SLOT.
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Handling Precautions
1. Connecting Other Devices
Unplug the TL1N's AC power cord from the outlet before connecting or disconnecting other devices. Exercise caution when handling the AC power cord. When
disconnecting the AC cord from a socket, make sure you pull the plug, and not the
cord itself.
2. Turning Power On/Off
Your system components should be turned on/off in the following order to avoid
generating noise from your speakers and damaging the speakers themselves or other
devices:
Turning power on: Turn on the TL1N's power first, before turning on the DA converter or amplifier connected to the TL1N.
Turning power off: Turn off the amplifier's power first, before turning off the TL1N.
3. Optical Semiconductor Laser Pickup
The optical pickup is one of the important components that determine the performance of a CD player. Never touch the optical lens of the pickup with your fingers,
etc. Close the CD door to keep the lens clean when not in use.
4. CD Stabilizer
Only use the provided CD stabilizer with the TL1N. Commercially available stabilizers may cause the unit to malfunction.
5. Handle With Care
Avoid exerting excessive force on the cabinet, the switch, the knob, the CD door and
the CD-turntable on the TL1N.
6. Installation
Use of an audio rack is recommended to maximize the sound quality and performance of the TL1N. Installation and use of the TL1N in the locations described
below may cause deterioration in sound quality or malfunction:
• Locations exposed to direct sunlight, such as windowsills, and other exceptionally
warm locations, such as near heating appliances (surrounding temperature higher
than 35 °C), or exceptionally cold locations (surrounding temperature lower than
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10 °C), may prevent the TL1N from functioning adequately.
• Damp locations exceeding 90% humidity may cause the TL1N's metal parts to
rust, causing the unit to malfunction.
• Dusty locations may cause the TL1N to malfunction. The accumulation of dust
inside the CD door may lower the performance of music signal reading. It may
also cause contact failure of the switches, and/or noise.
• Otherwise, avoid installing the TL1N close to other transformers and electrical motors, so as to prevent the pickup of induction hum. Also, avoid mounting the unit
on surfaces that may be affected by vibration.
7. Avoid lightning strikes
Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet when there is a thunderstorm in
your vicinity.
8. Condensation
When the TL1N is brought into a warm room when the exterior temperature is cold,
or when the room temperature rises sharply from using a heater, condensation may
form both inside and outside the unit, hampering its performance. If this happens,
leave the TL1N unused in the room for 1 to 2 hours (depending on the amount of
condensation), so as to bring the unit's temperature closer to the room temperature.
The condensation should go away gradually.
9. Listening etiquette
When adjusting the sound volume level, make sure you do not disturb other people
and your neighborhood.
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Compact Disc Handling
• Since a compact disc can be played or recorded only on one side, discs should always be placed on the turntable with the label side up.
• When taking a compact disc from its case, lift it out by holding the edge of the disc
while pressing down on the center button of the case.
• Handle compact discs with care so as not to scratch their surfaces. Scratches, fingerprints or soiling may cause reading errors during playback.
• If a compact disc's surface becomes soiled, wipe it directly away from the disc's
center with a soft, dry cloth. Try to keep the discs clean at all times.
• Never use chemicals such as record sprays, anti-static sprays, benzene or thinner to
clean a disc. These may corrode the surface of a disc.
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• Do not place discs in any locations subject to high temperatures and high humidity,
or that receive direct sunlight. Keep discs away from radiators and electrical heaters. CD-R and CD/RW discs are especially sensitive to ultraviolet rays, so keep
them out of direct sunlight.
• To avoid dust and scratching or warping of discs that could cause reading errors,
replace discs in their cases after use.
• Do not attach any labels on a disc surfaces. Do not use discs that have Scotch tape,
labels, excessive label glue exposed on the surface. These may cause the the TL1N
to malfunction.
• Do not use cracked discs or irregularly shaped discs (octagonal, heart-shaped, or
any other special shapes). These may cause the unit to malfunction.
CD-R/RW DISC
• The TL1N is able to playback CD-R/RW discs recorded in audio CD format and finalized. Some CD-R/RW discs may be unplayable due to the quality of the CD-R/
RW disc and/or the quality of the recording.
• Do not attach stickers or protective seals on discs and do not use any protective
coating sprays. If you wish to label a disc, only write on the label side using softtipped insoluble pens. Never use ballpoint pens or hard-tipped pens.
NONSTANDARD DISC
• Copy-protected discs and nonstandard discs may not be playable with this player. If
you experience any problems with non-standard discs, contact the manufacturer of
the disc first.
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Accessories
The packaging for the TL1N should contain the following:
1. TL1N unit
2. Stabiliser
3. AC power cord
4. Remote control unit
5. Two AA batteries for the remote control unit
6. Owner's Manual
NOTE: Keep the packaging available for future transportation needs.
The AC power cord is for use with the TL1N exclusively, and should not be used for
other devices.
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Front Panel Functions
Button Layout
POWER Button
Press this button to turn the power ON or OFF. The switch will light up with a blue
color while power is ON.
When the TL1N is turned on, the display will blink "00:00" and the unit will check
its tray for a compact disc. Approximately 5 seconds later, the display will change to
indicate the total number of tracks and the total playing time. If there is no disc on
the tray, the display will indicate "no dISC".
Track Skip Buttons(
)
Jumps to the next or previous track on the disc during playback.
Stop Button (
)
Press this button to stop playback.
PLAY/PAUSE (
)Button
Press this button to start (or to temporarily stop) playback.
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Display
A B
D
C
E
A.
Playback indicator: lights up during playback
B.
Pause indicator: blinks during pause mode
F
C. Time display: indicates the elapsed time/remaining time for the track being
played, total remaining time or total elapsed time
D. Programming indicator: lights up during program mode
E. Track number display: indicates the track being played
F. Repeat indicator: lights up when repeat mode is enabled
Remote Sensor
The remote sensor, which receives signals from the remote control unit, is located to
the right of the display. Aim for this sensor when using the remote control unit. The
remote control unit may malfunction if there are any obstacles between the remote
control unit and the remote sensor.
CD Door
Open the CD door by hand when placing a compact disc on the tray.
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Inside the CD Door
Stabilizer
The TL1N's stabilizer is rather large and heavy, with a diameter of 12cm and weighing 370g. Hold the knob steadily when you place it on or remove it from the turntable. Dropping the stabilizer may damage it and decrease playback accuracy, so
handle with care.
Turntable
Place a compact disc on the turntable, and place the stabilizer on top of the disc. The
stabilizer can be left on the turntable when not in use, even when no disc is in place.
Optical Laser Pickup
The optical laser pickup reads signals from the compact disc. Never touch the pickup
with your fingers, etc.
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Rear Panel Functions
DATA
LRCK
MCK
BCK
AC100V-240V 50/60Hz 9W
DIGITAL OUTPUT( ❶ ~ ❹ )
AES/EBU
Connect to a digital audio device with a AES/EBU(XLR) input by using a XLR
110Ɵ cable.
(Pinning: 1=GND, 2=Hot, 3=Cold)
COAXIAL
Standard digital (SPDIF) signal output jack with a RCA type connector.
Connect to a digital audio device with a coaxial RCA input by using a RCA (75 Ɵ)
cable.
TOS LINK (Optical)
Connect to a digital audio device with a TOS LINK Optical Digital input by using
an optical cable.
❹ SUPERLINK
CEC’s proprietary “SUPERLINK” digital output for use with CEC’s “DA1N” DA
converter. There are four terminals named “DATA”, “LRCK”, “MCK” and “BCK”.
AC LINE
Connect the supplied AC power cord to the AC LINE inlet.
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“ SUPERLINK” Digital Signal Transmission System
SUPERLINK is CEC’s proprietary digital signal transmission system that
transports music signals and synchronization (clock) signals with separate
cables.
The SPDIF(Sony Philips Digital InterFace) and AES/EBU (Audio Engineering Society/European Broadcasting Union) systems, commonly used in
coaxial digital outputs and optical outputs, transmit both the music and clock
signals through the same cable, and thus are prone to jitter effects caused
by the signals interfering with each other.
CEC’s SUPERLINK system transmits these signals separately with multiple
cables, requiring no encoding/decoding process for data transmission.
It minimizes deterioration of the music signal during transmission by using
the clock signals from the DA converter’s master clock generator to achieve
complete synchronization.
Each transmission path delivers/receives the following signals.
DATA:Sends audio data from the CD transport to the DA converter.
BCK (Bit Clock): Sends bit-clock signals, required for digital data bit identification, from the CD transport to the DA converter.
LRCK(L/R Clock): Sends left/right identification clock signals from the CD
transport to the DA converter.
MCK (Master Clock): The CD transport receives the master clock signal
from the DA converter through this line, and functions as a slave to the DA
converter, enabling completely synchronized transportation of audio data.
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Connection
SUPERLINK Connection
75Ω BNC Cables
DATA
LRCK
MCK
BCK
DIGITAL / ANALOG
CONVERTER
AC100V-240V 50/60Hz 9W
Model: DA1N
CEC Co.,Ltd., Japan
Made kn China
Connect the TL1N’s SUPERLINK terminals (DATA, BCK, LRCK, MCK) to the
corresponding terminals on the DA converter (DA1N) with 75Ɵ BNC cables.
AES/EBU Connection
110Ω XLR Cables
DATA
LRCK
MCK
BCK
DIGITAL / ANALOG
CONVERTER
AC100V-240V 50/60Hz 9W
Model: DA1N
CEC Co.,Ltd., Japan
Made kn China
Connect to the AES/EBU terminal of the DA converter with a 110Ɵ XLR cable.
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COAXIAL Connection
DATA
LRCK
MCK
BCK
DIGITAL / ANALOG
CONVERTER
AC100V-240V 50/60Hz 9W
Model: DA1N
CEC Co.,Ltd., Japan
Made kn China
Connect to the COAXIAL terminal of the DA converter with a 75Ɵ COAXIAL
(RCA) cable.
TOS LINK Connection
DATA
LRCK
MCK
BCK
DIGITAL / ANALOG
CONVERTER
AC100V-240V 50/60Hz 9W
Model: DA1N
CEC Co.,Ltd., Japan
Made kn China
Connect to the TOS LINK terminal of the DA converter with an optical cable.
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Operation
Normal Playback
1. Press the POWER button to turn the power on.
2. Open the CD door by sliding it towards the back of the TL1N with your hand.
3. Place a disc on the turntable, and place the supplied stabilizer gently on top of the
disc.
NOTE: Make sure you place the disc on the turntable with the label side facing up,
and place the stabilizer on the disc before closing the CD door. The TL1N may be
unable to read the disc unless you place the stabilizer correctly.
Use only the provided CD stabilizer. Do not use commercially available stabilizers.
4. Close the CD door by sliding it towards the front of the TL1N with your hand.
The TL1N should automatically start spinning the disc to read its information, and
the total number of tracks and the total playing time should appear on the display. If
you leave the TL1N as it is without Pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button, the display
will change after approximately 10 seconds to show information for the first track on
the disc.
5. Press the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button to start playback.
The playback indicator and track number should be shown on the display, followed
by the elapsed time for the track being played.
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Pausing Playback
Push the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button to stop playback temporarily. Push this
button again to resume playback.
Stopping Playback
Push the STOP button (
) to stop playback.
NOTE: Playback will be stopped automatically if you open the CD door without
pushing this button, but it will take a few seconds for the turntable to stop spinning.
Do not touch the stabilizer or the disc until they stop completely. Touching the stabilizer or disc while they are still turning may damage or cause the unit to malfunction.
Removing a Disc
Slide the CD Door open with your hand, and remove the stabilizer ? rst by holding
its knob. Then remove the disc, replace the stabilizer on the turntable and slide the
CD Door closed with your hand.
NOTE: Do not leave discs on the turntable when the TL1N is not in use. The stabilizer can be kept on the turntable when unused.
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Remote Control Unit
Track Skip (Backward)/
DA Converter
Track Skip (Forward )Buttons
Jumps to the previous or next track from the
❶
❷
❸
❺
❹
❼
❻
track being played (or displayed).
PLAY/PAUSE Button (
)
Press this button to start playback or to
pause playback temporarily.
❽
Search (Backward) /
Search (Forward) Buttons
❾
Player /
Transport
Press and hold these buttons to quickly
search through the current track.
searches through the track backwards,
searches forwards.
NOTE: There are no Search buttons on the
Amplifier
front panel of the TL1N.
Stop Button (
)
Press this button to stop playback.
PROG Button
Press this button to enable programmed
playback. You can program up to 32 tracks
to playback in the order of your choice.
*Refer to “PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK” on page 22 for details.
CHECK Button
Press this button to check the order of the tracks in your current programmed setting.
*Refer to “PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK” on page 22 for details.
CLEAR Button
Press this button to clear your current programmed setting.
*Refer to “PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK” on page 22 for details.
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Numeric Keys
Use these keys to select tracks directly during playback, or when entering a programmed playback order.
DISP (Display) Button
Press this button to cycle the TL1N’s display through its various modes. Each press
of the DISP button cycles the display in the following order: track number/elapsed
track number/remaining track time
track time (default display)
ing time
total elapsed time
total remain-
back to track number/elapsed track time (default
display).
NOTE: Total remaining time and total elapsed time will not be displayed if program
mode and/or repeat mode are active.
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REPEAT Button(
)
Press this button to repeatedly playback all the tracks on a disc. When repeat mode
is on, the display will show the repeat indicator (
). Press this button again to
cancel repeat mode.
NOTE: The other buttons on the remote control unit are used with other CEC products, such as the AMP6300 amplifier, but are not used for the TL1N.
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Programmed Playback
You can program up to 32 tracks in a customized playback order, by using the remote
control unit while playback is stopped.
(1) Press the PROG button on the remote control unit.
(2) Select a track number by pressing the numeric keys on the remote control unit.
The selected track will be added to the program. Repeat this process to program additional tracks.
(3) Press the STOP button to complete the programming phase.
Playback in Program Mode
Press the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button while the “PRGM” indicator is shown on
the display to play the programmed tracks.
NOTE: To return to the normal playback mode, press the PROG button while playback is stopped. The “PRGM” indicator will disappear from the display.
*To return to the program mode, press the PROG button again.
Checking, Adding, Changing and Clearing Programmed Tracks
You can check, add, change and clear the programmed tracks under the program
mode while playback is stopped.
Check the Playback Order for the Programmed Tracks
Press the CHECK button repeatedly to show the playback order for the programmed
tracks. The display changes to “- -” when you reach the last track in the program.
Pressing the CHECK button again here will display the first track in the playback
order.
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NOTE: If you press the STOP button (
), the display will jump back to the first
track in the programmed order.
Adding Tracks to the Program
To add one track to the current program, press the STOP button and select the track
number with the numeric keys. The new track will be added to the end of the current playback order. Repeat this process to add more tracks to the program. Press the
STOP button to complete the track-adding phase.
Changing Tracks in the Program
To change one track in your programmed playback order, press the CHECK button
repeatedly until the track number in question is displayed, then select a new track
number. The new track will overwrite the existing track. Repeat this process to
change more tracks. Press the STOP button to finish the track-changing phase.
Clearing Programmed Tracks
To clear the entire program, hold down the CLEAR button for more than 2 seconds.
To clear one track from the program, press the CHECK button repeatedly until the
track number in question is displayed, then press the CLEAR button.
Repeat this step (CHECK
CLEAR) to remove more tracks from the program.
*The entire program will be cleared automatically when you open the CD Door or
turn the power off.
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Precautions on Using the Remote Control Unit
• When operating the remote control, point it towards the remote sensor on the
TL1N’s front panel. Make sure nothing is blocking the front panel where the remote sensor is located.
• Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to direct sunlight or other light
sources, as such exposure can cause malfunction.
• The remote control unit may malfunction when its batteries are running low.
Change the batteries to new ones of the same type if this seems to be the case.
• The remote control unit is very heavy and should be handled with care. Dropping it
on fragile surfaces (e.g. glass tables) can result in damage.
• Though the supplied remote control unit can also be used with CEC’s amplifiers
and DA converters, this Owner’s Manual only covers usage with the TL1N.
Battery Installation
Unscrew the battery compartment cover using a Philips screwdriver, and remove the
cover. Insert the supplied two AA batteries into the compartment. Make sure that
the batteries are inserted with their positive (+) and negative (-) poles positioned correctly, and screw the cover back on.
Battery Replacement
If the distance at which the remote control unit can be used to operate the TL1N
seems to be decreasing, replace both batteries with new ones.
Battery Precautions
• Never use different types of batteries together. Both rechargeable or non-rechargeable batteries can be used, but the two should not be used together.
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• If you will not be using the remote control unit for an extended period of time (more
than a month), remove the batteries to prevent leakage.
• If the batteries leak, use a cloth to wipe away the liquid inside the battery compartment and replace the batteries with new ones.
• Do not heat or disassemble batteries, and never dispose of old batteries by throwing
them in a fire. Dispose of batteries following laws in the local area.
Cautions Regarding Handling
• Should you ever open the CD Door without pressing the STOP button, do not touch
the stabilizer and the disc until the turntable has stopped spinning completely.
Touching them while they are still spinning may cause stress on the spinning
mechanism and lead to malfunction.
• The supplied stabilizer is very heavy and should be handled with care. Dropping
it on the floor etc. by accident may cause reading errors. The stabilizer is a fragile
and expensive part, and should be handle with care.
•SUPERLINK Mode
When using SUPERLINK mode, the TL1N uses the clock signals from the DA
converter. If, during playback, you switch the input selector on the DA converter
to or from the SUPERLINK input, this will also switch the clock signal source,
and cause the TL1N to stop the playback. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button again to
resume playback. We recommend switching the input on the DA converter before
starting playback.
• To prevent vibrations from the surroundings and maximize the sound quality and
performance, this unit should be set on an audio rack or a firm board.
• Belt and Spindle Replacement
The TL1N uses a belt drive mechanism. The belt will gradually deteriorate over
time. Possible symptoms resulting from this are; failure to read TOC, sound skipping, etc. You will need to have the belt replaced in such cases. We recommend
replacing the belt at least once every 5 years. Please contact your dealer or an authorized CEC service center.
Likewise, the spindle will also gradually deteriorate over time. We recommend an
overhaul at least once every 10 years.
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Maintenance
• If the surface of the TL1N case becomes soiled, wipe with a soft cloth or use diluted neutral cleaning liquid. Be sure to remove any fluid completely. Do not use
thinner, benzene, alcohol, chemical cloths or bleaching agents as these may damage the surface of the TL1N case. Also avoid using aerosol insecticides near the
unit.
• If dust accumulates on the turntable, remove it with stick tape (e.g. Scotch tape).
Make sure not to touch the optical pickup lens with your fingers.
• The TL1N requires no periodic maintenance except the belt and spindle replacement
mentioned above, and contains no user-serviceable parts. Contact your dealer or an
authorized CEC service center for inspection and repairs in case of malfunction.
Troubleshooting
If you suspect a malfunction in the unit, pelase check the following chart before calling
your dealer.
Check the connection at the both ends of the AC power cord.
• No power
Make sure there is power at the wall outlet.
Turning the power on/off repeatedly may cause this. Wait for 5
seconds before turning the power on again.
Check that the disc is placed with its label facing up.
• No Playback
Check that the CD door is closed completely.
If the disc is soiled, clean the surface of the disc.
Check the connection to the DA converter.
• No sound
Check the position of the input selector on the amplifier.
• Sound skipping
Place the player on a stable rack to prevent the effects of
vibration.
If the disc is soiled, clean the surface of the disc.
Do not use scratched, damaged or warped discs.
• Interference on the tuner
The tuner is too close to the TL1N. Install the
TL1N away from it or turn off the tuner’s power.
• Unresponsive to remote control
Point the remote control towards the remote sensor on the
front panel.
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Remove any objects blocking the sensor.
Use the remote control unit at a shorter distance from the TL1N.
Replace the batteries in the remote control unit with new ones.
NOTES: The TL1N contains a microcomputer that can malfunction due to external
noise or interference. If this seems to be the case, turn the unit off and wait for a
short while before turning it back on and trying again.
Specifications
Playable Discs
Audio CDs & Finalized CD-R/RWs recorded in audio CD format
Spindle Drive System
Belt Drive
Pickup Drive System
Belt Drive
CD Stabilizer
∅ 120mm, Weight 370g(Brass)
Spindle Shaft
∅ 4mm
Chassis
Aluminum(30mm maximum thickness)
SUPERLINK×1(BNC×4): 75Ω/5Vp-p
Digital Output
AES/EBU(HOT=2) ×1: 110Ω/5Vp-p
COAXIAL×1: 75Ω1Vp-p
TOS LINK×1: -21~-15dBm EIAJ
Power Supply
AC120/240V, 50/60Hz
(specified on rear panel)
Power Consumption
9W
Dimensions
Approx.435(W) ×364(D) ×145(H) mm
(incl. leg and terminals)
Weight
Approx.14 kg
Accessories
AC Power Cord, CD Stabilizer, Remote
Control Unit, Two AA type batteries,
Owner’s Manual
Color
Silver
* Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
* Illustrations in the Owner’s Manual may deviate from the actual unit due to design improvements.
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