1 2 Radio Cassette- Corder
Notes
Setting up the system
Connecting the Speakers
Make sure you turn off the power before making connections.
b
1
a
2
• To use the player on batteries, disconnect the mains lead from
the player.
• Replace the batteries when the OPR/BATT indicator dims or
when the player stops operating. Replace all batteries with new
ones.
Connecting optional
components
Before making connections, be sure to turn off the power of
the component and set FUNCTION to TAPE/RADIO OFF on
the player.
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WARNING
Radio
CassetteCorder
Operating Instructions
To prevent fire or shock hazard,
do not expose the player to rain
or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not
open the cabinet. Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
Do not install the appliance in a
confined space, such as a
bookcase or built-in cabinet.
The FUNCTION selector is
located at the front.
When you turn on the player, the
OPR/BATT indicator lights up.
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Align the grooves and slide the speaker box
down until it snaps into place a.
to CD/TV LINE IN
Connect the black wires to (–) minus and the red
wires to (+) plus terminals: the right speaker
wires to the RIGHT, and the left speaker wires to
the LEFT terminals.
Precautions
On safety/power sources
• Should any solid object or liquid
fall into the player, unplug the
player, and have it checked by
qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
• For AC operation, check that the
player’s operating voltage is
identical with your local power
supply (see “Specifications”) and
use the supplied mains lead; do
not use any other type.
The voltage selector is located on
the rear of the player.
• The player is not disconnected
from the AC power source (mains)
as long as it is connected to the
wall outlet, even if the player itself
has been turned off.
• For battery operation, use six R20
(size D) batteries.
• When the batteries are not to be
used, remove them to avoid
damage that can be caused by
battery leakage or corrosion.
• The nameplate indicating
operating voltage, power
consumption, etc. is located at the
rear.
On placement/operation
• Do not leave the player in a
location near heat sources, or in a
place subject to direct sunlight,
excessive dust or mechanical
shock.
• Do not place anything within 10
mm of the side of the cabinet.
The ventilation holes must be
unobstructed for the player to
operate properly and to prolong
the life of its components.
• Since a strong magnet is used for
the speakers, keep personal credit
cards using magnetic coding or
spring-wound watches away from
the player to prevent possible
damage from the magnet.
• If the player has not been used for
a long time, set it in the playback
mode to warm it up for a few
minutes before inserting a
cassette.
If you have questions or problems
concerning your player, please
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
CD/TV
L LINE IN R
CFS-1177S
Tip
To detach the speakers, unlock the speaker b and slide the
speaker box all the way up and away from the player.
L (white)
R (red)
Audio Connecting cord
RK-C520HG (not supplied)
Choosing Power Sources
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To use the player on AC power source (mains)
Connect the supplied AC power cord to the AC IN jack.
After connecting the component, set FUNCTION to CD/TV
LINE IN and play the connected component.
Tip
You can record sound from the connected component. Insert a
cassette, and press r.
Note
Connect the cables firmly to avoid any malfunction.
Using the microphone
Turn on the microphone if it has a power switch.
MIX MIC
1
to AC IN
2
Be sure to set the VOLTAGE
SELECTOR(at the rear) to your local
power supply.
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
Tips
• To mix radio or tape sounds and your voice, play the sound you
want, and speak or sing into the microphone. To record mixed
sounds, insert a cassette, and press r.
• To record through a microphone, set FUNCTION to TAPE/
RADIO OFF, and start recording.
• To use the player as a public address system, set FUNCTION to
TAPE/RADIO OFF, eject the cassette, and then press 9.
Note
220 – 240V
110 – 120V
Tip
For customers supplied with an AC plug adaptor, use it if the plug
of the mains lead does not match your mains.
There is no audio.
• Frequency range
FM: 87.6–108MHz/MW: 530–
1,605kHz/SW1: 2.3–7MHz/SW2:
7–22MHz
• IF FM: 10.7MHz/MW/SW:
455kHz
• Aerials FM/SW: Telescopic
antenna/MW: Built-in ferrite bar
• Recording system 4-track, 2channel stereo
• Frequency response 80–10,000Hz
• Speakers Woofer: 10cm (4 inches)
dia. , cone type/Tweeter: 5cm (2
inches) dia.
• Input Mixing Microphone input
jack (mini jack), sensitivity 3 mV,
for low impedance microphone.
CD/TV LINE IN jacks(phono
jacks), sensitivity 0.3 V, input
impedance 47 kilohms
• Output Headphones jack (stereo
minijack), for 16–68 ohms
impedance headphones
• Maximum Power output
6.5W+6.5W
• Connect the mains lead
securely.
• Insert the batteries properly.
• Replace all batteries if they are
weak.
• Unplug the headphones.
• Adjust the volume.
• Set FUNCTION to the position
you want to operate.
• Insert the cassette properly.
To use the player on batteries
To adjust the voltage
Specifications
Cassette cannot be
inserted.
to a wall outlet
Insert six R20 (size D) batteries (not supplied) into the battery
compartment.
Troubleshooting
If acoustic feedback (howling) occurs, turn down the volume or
move the microphone away from the speakers.
The r button does not
function.
• No cassette is in the tape
compartment.
• Make sure the safety tab on the
cassette is in place.
Poor playback,
recording or erasing
quality.
• Dirty heads. Clean the unit (as
shown) with a cotton swab
slightly moistened with
cleaning fluid or alcohol.
• Demagnetize the heads and all
metal parts in the tape path
with a commercially available
tape head demagnetizer.
Cotton swab
Pinch roller
Erase head
Record/
Playback head
Capstan
• Battery life
FM Recording: Sony R20P:
Approx. 10 hours/Sony LR20
alkaline: Approx. 29 hours
Playback: Sony R20P: Approx.
3 hours/Sony LR20 alkaline:
Approx. 9 hours
• Power requirements
110–120V/220–240 V AC
selectable, 50/60Hz 9V DC,
six R20 (size D) batteries
• Power consumption
AC 20W
• Dimensions Approx. 670 x 217 x
206.5 mm (w/h/d) ( 26 3⁄8 x 8 5⁄8 x
8 1⁄8 inches) incl. projecting parts
and controls, not incl. handle
• Mass Approx. 5.3kg (11 lb 11 oz)
not incl. batteries, projecting parts
and controls
• Supplied accessory AC power
cord (1)
Design and specifications are
subject to change without notice.
Use TYPE I (normal) tape only.
Location of controls
Listening to the radio
1
STOP/EJECT PAUSE
FF
REW
PLAY
1
Set FUNCTION to RADIO.
Set FUNCTION to TAPE /RADIO
OFF.
Recording
1
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
DIR
REC
Playing a tape
Use TYPE I (normal) tape only.
Adjusting the audio
emphasis
To record from the radio
Tune to the station you want.
To record from the built-in microphone
Set FUNCTION to TAPE/RADIO OFF.
TAPE
RADIO OFF
Set BAND to the band you want.
2
2
Insert a blank tape.
With the side you want to
record on facing forward.
Insert a recorded tape.
m
BAND
SW1
SW2
OPR/BATT
PHONES
MIX MIC
DIR MODE
BAND
m
MW
STOP/EJECT
3
VOLUME
3
Stereo imaging.
Tune to the station you want.
FINE TUNING
3
Speaking voice, middle frequencies
of instrumental music.
1 kHz
Presence of vocals.
4 kHz
Brightness of the sound.
10 kHz
High treble sounds or to reduce
high frequency noise/tape hiss.
Using the PRESET MODE
STOP/EJECT
TUNING
FUNCTION
To adjust
BALANCE
400 Hz
With the side you want to
play on facing forward.
FM
Use
MEGA BASS Deep bass sound.
RADIO
2
Using the 5 BAND GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
Use
To
MANUAL
Adjust the sound using
the GRAPHIC EQUALIZER.
DISCO
Get powerful, clear sounds
emphasizing low and high range
audio.
PARTY
Get light, bright sounds
emphasizing high and middle
range audio.
LIVE
Get wide-ranging sounds having
presence.
Press r REC.
Set DIR MODE to choose the tape
direction.
REC
TUNING
To tune in an SW
band, use FINE
TUNING for better
SW reception.
DIR MODE
FINE TUNING
4
To
Press
Stop recording
p6
When the tape ends, the
recording stops.
Pause recording
P
Press this button again to
resume recording.
Press 9 PLAY.
To turn off the radio
PRESET
MODE
BALANCE
5BAND
GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER
MIC
Reorient the aerial for FM. Reorient the player
itself for MW. For SW pull the aerial vertically.
FM
STEREO
FM
MW
CD/TV
LINE IN
Notes on cassettes
Tips
To
Press
Stop playback
p6
Fast-forward or
rewind the tape
0 or )
For the side facing forward.
Pause playback
P
Press this button again to
resume playback .
Switch playback
to the opposite side.
DIR
When the PLAY button returns immediately
SW
Tips
• To listen through headphones, connect the
headphones to PHONES.
•For best results, move the player away from the TV.
When adjusting the 5 BAND GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER, be sure to set the PRESET MODE to
MANUAL. The graphic equalizer will not work in
any other position.
PLAY
Set FUNCTION to TAPE/RADIO OFF.
To improve broadcast reception
Note
The tape has ended on the opposite side (().
Press the DIR button to change to the forward side
(9 ) and then press the PLAY button.
Tips
• FWD/REV indicators show the playback side
during playback: FWD9(forward side), or
REV((reverse side).
• To select the direction of the tape, set DIR MODE to
D for one side of the tape, or Å for both sides
(from the front side to the reverse side only). If play
begins from the reverse side, the tape stops at the
end of that side.
• For best results, use the mains lead.
• Adjusting the volume or the audio emphasis will
not affect the recording level.
• To erase a recording, disconnect the audio source if
connected to CD/TV LINE IN. Set FUNCTION to
CD/TV LINE IN and press r.
• Break off the cassette tab from side A or B to
prevent accidental recording. If you want to reuse
the tape for recording, cover the tab hole with
adhesive tape.
Side A
Note
While recording from the built-in microphone, you
cannot monitor the sound through the headphones.
Tab for side A
Tab for side B
• The use of cassettes with more than 90 minutes of
play time is not recommended except for long,
continuous recording or playback.
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