Sony SA-VA100 User manual

Sony SA-VA100 User manual
3-856-758-11(1)
Home Entertainment
Audio System
Operating Instructions
SA-VA100
© 1996 by Sony Corporation
INFORMATION
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock
hazard, do not expose
the unit to rain or
moisture.
This symbol 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.
This symbol is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
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.
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or
modification not expressly approved in
this manual could void your authority
to operate this equipment.
Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call CATV
system installer’s attention to Article
820-40 of the NEC that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in
particular, specifies that the cable
ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as
close to the point of cable entry as
practical.
Owner’s record
The model and serial numbers are
located on the rear of the unit. Record
the serial number in the space provided
below. Refer to them whenever you call
upon your Sony dealer regarding this
product.
Model No. SA-VA100
Serial No.
2
Welcome!
Thank you for purchasing a Sony Home
Entertainment Audio System.
Before operating the unit, please read
this manual thoroughly and retain it for
future reference.
About This Manual
This system can be controlled from the
controls on the right speaker, from the
remote control, in addition to the onscreen display (OSD).
The instructions “Basic Operations”
describe operations using the controls
on the right front speaker and remote.
The other chapters, describe operations
using the on-screen display, but also
provide instructions for using the
remote or controls on the right front
speaker when applicable.
Indicates hints and tips for
making the task easier.
This system incorporates Dolby Pro
Logic Surround.*
* Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation. “Dolby,” the double-D
symbol a and “Pro Logic” are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
TABLE
OF CONTENTS
Introduction 4
Getting Started
Precautions 7
Unpacking 7
Installing the Speaker Stands 8
Choosing the Best Location 8
Speaker and System Hookups 9
A/V Hookups 11
Basic Operations
Enjoying Surround Sound 14
Playing a CD (normal play) 16
Listening to the Radio 18
Playing a Tape 20
Selecting a Video Source 22
Operating Sony TVs and Video Components 23
Controlling the On-Screen Display (OSD) 25
Home Theater Operations Using OSD
Enjoying Surround Sound 26
Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels 27
Customizing the Sound Fields 28
Using an External Center Speaker 30
Operating the CD Player Using OSD
Playing a CD (normal play) 31
Playing a CD in Random Order (shuffle play) 34
Playing a Tracks in a Desired Order (program play) 35
Playing Tracks Repeatedly (repeat play) 37
Assigning Names to CDs (disc memo) 37
Operating the Radio Using OSD
Listening to the Radio 41
Presetting Radio Stations 42
Tuning Preset Stations 43
Naming Preset Stations 44
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
Playing a Tape 46
Recording from CD 47
Recording from CD: Selecting Tape Length Automatically
(tape select edit) 50
Recording from CD: Specifying Track Order (program edit) 52
Recording from the Radio 53
Recording from other Components 54
Inserting a Blank Space During Recording (rec mute) 56
Additional Features
Customizing the Function Menu 58
Enjoying Two Sources at the Same Time 59
Listening With Headphones 59
Adjusting the Position of the On-Screen Display 60
Using the Demonstration Mode 60
Additional Information
Troubleshooting 61
Maintenance 62
Specifications 63
Glossary 64
Index 65
3
Introduction
The SA-VA100 is a complete home entertainment
audio system incorporating a unique interface, a sevendisc CD changer, FM/AM tuner, cassette deck, Dolby
Pro Logic decoder, and super woofer speakers for full
enjoyment of both home theater and audio
applications. In addition, you don't have to connect a
center speaker to optimize the surround effects.
Easy operation via the supplied remote ensures
maximum enjoyment of the home-theater sound this
system provides.
Four different types of surround sound
accommodate a variety of program sources
For details, see pages 14-15 and 26-30.
Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) mode
Lets you enjoy superb theater-like presence and
surround effects in your home when playing back
video software encoded with the Dolby Surround
system.
THEATER surround mode
Creates a theater-like environment in your living room
by adding the acoustic reflections of a theater to
decoded Dolby Surround signals.
HALL surround mode
Reproduce the acoustics of a rectangular concert hall.
Ideal for soft, acoustic sounds, or giving an extra punch
to debates and press conferences.
SIMULATED surround mode
Creates simulated stereo surround effects from
monaural sound sources, like old movies or monaural
TV shows.
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Introduction
Fully efficient and well equipped internal
audio system
7-CD changer
Various play modes, like shuffle play and program
play, let you enjoy extended periods of your favorite
music without interruptions. For details, see pages 1617 and 31-40.
FM/AM Tuner
Simplified tuning with the on-screen station preset
function. You can store, assign names to, and recall up
to 30 of your favorite stations at random from the onscreen display. For details, see pages 18-19 and 41-45.
Cassette deck
Two types of Dolby Noise Reduction (B and C) reduce
tape noise to provide clearer sound during playback.
On-screen operations provide a convenient way to dub
from CD to cassette. For details, see pages 20-21 and
46-57.
Built-in center speakers let you enjoy Dolby
Pro Logic Surround sound
The use of a center speaker is a key factor in obtaining
a full surround effect when playing sources encoded
with the Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound system.
Center speakers in a movie theater make central
sounds, such as dialogue, clearer and create a unified
sound image.
Normally, you have to install a center speaker
separately, but this system makes it easy to set up a
high-performance home theater system by
incorporating a high-quality center system into the
front speakers.
Top view
Center channel
tweeters
On-screen operation
Front view
When you connect this audio system to your TV, an
On-Screen Display (OSD) appears and lets you operate
the CD player, cassette deck, FM/AM tuner, and home
theater sound modes*. Use the remote to move the
pointer (hand-shaped icon) on the on-screen display
and select functions. For details, see page 25.
Left full
range unit
Center channel
tweeters
Right full
range unit
* Even if you turn off your TV, you can still perform basic
operations using the controls on the front panel or remote.
Super woofers
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The front left and right speakers are equipped with center
channel tweeters (see above) angled inwards at 15° to
reproduce high-frequency center channel sounds. Low
frequency center channel sounds are mixed with the front
channel signals and reproduced through the front left and
right full range units. This design produces a high-quality
centralized sound image for the center channel which
exactly matches the quality of the front channel sound to
provide superior sound quality and a unified sound image
without a cumbersome external center speaker.
5
Introduction
Dynamic Bass Roar (DBR) super woofer
system provides theater-like bass sound
To provide a theater-like experience complete with
dynamic bass sounds, this system incorporates the
Super Acoustically-loaded Woofer (SAW) design (see
below) in the left and right front speakers to form a
DBR super woofer system.
Chamber
Drive unit
Main duct
What is the SAW design?
The SAW design features a centrally-positioned woofer
drive unit, two chamber construction, and a long main duct.
Through precision control of the acoustics of the two
chambers, the unit can reproduce powerful ultra low
frequencies without muddiness.
In addition, we also included two super woofer modes
designed to bring the dynamic bass sounds found in
movie theaters (mode 1) and concert halls (mode 2) to
your living room.
Power turns off and on automatically when
the FUNCTION is set to VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2
When the speakers are turned on and the FUNCTION
is set to VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2, the power turns off
automatically (and the READY indicator on the left
speaker turns red) three minutes after the program
ends and the sound signal goes out.
The speakers turn themselves back on the next time
you start playback from a source connected to VIDEO
1 or VIDEO 2. Therefore, you don't have to bother
using the power switch every time you use the
speakers with a video source.
6
Getting Started
Getting Started
Precautions
Unpacking
On safety
Check that you received the following items with your
system:
• Front L/R speaker connecting cord, 3.5 m (1)
• Audio cord, 3 m (1)
• Video cord, 2 m (1)
• Rear speaker SS–SR151 (2)
• Rear speaker connecting cord, 10 m (2)
• FM wire antenna (1)
• AM loop antenna (1)
• Remote commander (remote) RM–U100AV (1)
• Sony SUM–3 (NS) batteries (2)
• Speaker stand (2)
• Screw (12)
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet,
unplug the system and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
Caution
The use of optical instruments with this product will
increase eye hazard.
On power sources
• Before operating the speakers, check that the operating
voltage is identical with your local power supply. The
operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate on the
rear of the speakers.
• The speakers are not disconnected from the AC power
source as long as they are connected to the wall outlet,
even if the speakers themselves have been turned off.
• If you are not going to use the speakers for an extremely
long time, be sure to disconnect the speakers from the wall
outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug
itself; never pull the cord.
• One blade of the plug is wider than the other for the
purpose of safety and will fit into the wall outlet only one
way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, contact your dealer.
• Should the AC power cord need to be changed, have it
done at a qualified service shop only.
Inserting batteries into the remote
Insert two size AA (R6) batteries with the + and – on
the battery compartment. When using the remote,
point it at the remote sensor g on the right front
speaker.
On placement
• Do not place the speakers near heat sources, or in a place
subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical
shock.
• Good ventilation is essential to prevent internal heat
buildup. Place the speakers in a location with adequate air
circulation, and in a way that does not block the rear
ventilation holes.
On cleaning
• Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth
slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not
use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent
such as alcohol or benzine.
For the customers in the USA
For detailed safety precautions, see the “IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS” leaflet.
If you have any question or problem concerning your
speakers, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
When to replace batteries
Under normal use, the batteries should last for about 6
months. When the remote no longer operates the
speakers, replace both batteries with new ones.
Notes
• Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid
place.
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or
lighting apparatuses. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
• If you don’t use the remote for an extended period of time,
remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from
battery leakage and corrosion.
7
Getting Started
Installing the Speaker Stands
Choosing the Best Location
Be sure to install the supplied speaker stands before
you use the speakers.
To obtain high sound quality and a proper sound
image from the front speakers, place the speaker with
the built CD player and cassette deck to the right of
your TV and the other to the left of your TV so that the
center channel tweeters angle towards the center of the
room.
Notes
• Be careful! The left and right speakers weigh nearly 23 kg
(50 lbs) apiece and are extremely heavy.
• Although the speakers are wrapped in protective material,
take care not to grab the grill net when removing the
speakers from their cartons. This may damage the grill
net.
1
2
Spread a towel, or other soft cloth, over a table
and lay the speakers down.
Align the pins on the stands with the holes on the
bottom of the speakers.
For the best central sound image, place the left and
right speakers within 8 feet of each other and
equidistant from the TV.
8 feet (2.4 m) max
Place the rear speakers so that they fire directly across
at each other about 2 to 3 feet above your listening
position.
Speaker stand
2-3 feet
(60-90 cm)
8
3
Use a screw driver to fasten the stands to the
bottom of the speakers with the supplied wood
screws (6 for each speaker).
4
Make sure the stands are securely attached and
stand the speaker upright.
Getting Started
Speaker and System Hookups
This section describes how to connect the system.
AM loop antenna
Rear speaker
SS-SR151
FM lead antenna
Rear speaker
SS-SR151
1
2
5
4
2
1
3
5
Right front speaker
Left front speaker
The arrow ç indicates signal flow.
1
To disconnect, pull the connector out. Never
pull the cord itself.
Connect the supplied flat cord to the SYSTEM
CONTROL CONNECTOR connectors so that it
clicks in place
Right front speaker
SYSTEM
CONTROL
Left front speaker
SYSTEM
CONTROL
Note
Be sure to disconnect the AC power cord before
disconnecting or connecting the connector.
To connect, depress the middle of the male
connector until it clicks into the female
connector.
2
Connect the supplied audio cord from the
LINE OUT jacks on the right front speaker to
the LINE IN jacks on the left front speaker.
Right front speaker
LINE
OUT
Left front speaker
LINE IN
R
L
R
L
(continued)
9
Getting Started
3
Assemble the supplied AM loop antenna as
shown below.
Use the supplied speakers cord to connect the
left and right rear speakers.
1 Twist the speaker cord coating and strip it
from the end of the cords.
Note
2 Insert the stripped wire into speaker
terminals.
Left front
speaker
Right rear
speaker
To prevent noise pick-up, keep the AM loop antenna
away from the unit and TV set.
Left rear
speaker
To improve the FM reception
REAR SPEAKER
IMPEDANCE 16Ω MINIMUM
Important
L
R
–
Connect an external FM antenna to the
FM 75 Ω and y terminals, using a 75-ohm coaxial
cable.
Ground the external antenna from y terminal against
lightning with the screw clamp. To prevent a gas
explosion, do not connect the ground wire to a gas
pipe.
+
75-ohm coaxial cable
(not supplied)
FM
Be sure to connect matching speaker
terminals (e.g. use the striped wire to connect
+ to +, and use the solid wire to connect – to
–). If the connections are reversed (+ to –),
the sound will be distorted and lack bass.
4
75
AM
Connect the FM and AM antenna.
Ground wire
(not supplied)
FM lead antenna*1 (supplied)
FM
75
To improve the AM reception
AM
We recommend that you purchase and connect the
optional Sony antenna to the unit if reception is
weakened by ferroconcrete used in the construction
of your apartment or building.
5
Connect the AC power cords from the left and
right speakers to wall outlets.
AM loop antenna*2 (supplied)
*1 Note: Extend horizontally and affix in the position
with optimum reception.
*2 Note: Orient toward the direction with optimum
reception.
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About the WIRELESS OUT jack
This jack lets you connect the forthcoming Sony
Wireless Speaker System. You can use the Wireless
Speaker System in place of the supplied rear speakers.
This jack is for use with the Sony Wireless Speaker
System only. Connecting other equipment to this jack
may damage this unit and the connected equipment.
Getting Started
A/V Hookups
This section describes how to connect the system and how to connect your TV or VCR to the speakers.
For the best possible sound and fully integrated on-screen operations, connect the system directly to your VCR.
The following connections suppress noise from the TV and let you enjoy high quality sound.
Right front speaker
TV
1
3
IN
VIDEO 1
2
MONITOR
3
IN
2
OUT
1
VCR
The arrow ç indicates signal flow.
1
Connect the supplied video cord from the
MONITOR (VIDEO OUT) jack on the right
front speaker to the video input jack on your
TV.
Right front speaker
MONITOR
VIDEO
OUT
TV
IN
2
Connect an audio/video cord (not supplied)
from the VIDEO 1 (AUDIO IN/VIDEO IN)
jacks on the right front speaker to the line out
jacks on your video component (VCR).
If you have an additional video component
(VCR or LD player), connect it to the VIDEO 2
(AUDIO IN/VIDEO IN) jacks.
Be sure to match the color of the plugs and the
jacks.
Right front speaker
VIDEO 1
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO
IN
VCR
IN
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO
AUDIO
IN
VIDEO
OUT
R
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AUDIO
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VIDEO
L
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Getting Started
3
Make this connection if you want to record
from the CD player, FM/AM tuner or tape
deck, or an additional video components.
Connect an audio/video cord (not supplied)
from the VIDEO 1 (AUDIO OUT/VIDEO OUT)
jacks on the right front speaker to the line in
jacks on your video component (VCR).
If you connected an additional video
component (VCR) to the VIDEO 2 (AUDIO IN/
VIDEO IN) jacks, you may also want to make
connections to the VIDEO 2 (AUDIO OUT/
VIDEO OUT) jacks.
Be sure to match the color of the plugs and the
jacks.
Right front speaker
VIDEO 1
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO
IN
VCR
IN
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
2 Connect an audio cord (not supplied) from the
VIDEO 1 (AUDIO IN) jacks on the right front
speaker to the line out jacks on your TV.
Notes
• Do not connect the speakers to the TV output jacks
corresponding to the same function as the TV input jacks
connected to the VCR (in other words, if the VCR is
connected to the TV’s VIDEO 1 IN jacks, do not connect
the speakers to the TV’s VIDEO 1 OUT jacks).
• Be sure to match the color of the plugs and the jacks.
If you use AUDIO OUT jacks marked VARIABLE
After making the connection as shown above, turn up the
volume on the TV. Use this speaker system‘s volume control
for regular volume adjustment. Turning down the volume
on the TV reduces the AUDIO OUT signal level and may
cause a loss in sound quality and/or the auto-power off
function (see page 27) to function.
OUT
R
L
R
To view the on-screen display on your TV
L
Quick connections (For customers with TVs
with stereo audio out jacks)
If the audio and video output terminals on your TV
and VCR are already connected, and your TV has
stereo AUDIO OUT jacks, you can start enjoying
surround sound simply by connecting the system to
your TV as shown below.
The following procedure applies to both standard and
“quick” connections.
1
Turn on your TV and set its input selector to the
correct video input (the video input which you
connected to this system’s MONITOR (VIDEO
OUT) jack).
2
Press POWER on this unit’s remote to turn on the
system.
3
Press OSD ON/OFF on the remote control to turn
on the on-screen display.
Important
• Set the volume on your TV to MIN (minimum).
• If your TV has an ON/OFF switch for its internal speaker,
set it to OFF and enjoy the sound from this system.
Right front speaker
VIDEO 1
(AUDIO IN)
jacks
TV
Note
With the quick connections, you cannot display the onscreen display while watching video components connected
to the other inputs on your TV.
2
OUT IN
OUT IN
OUT
MONITOR
jack
1
IN
VCR
The arrow ç indicates signal flow.
1
12
Connect the supplied video cord from the
MONITOR (VIDEO OUT) jack on the right front
speaker to the video input jack on your TV.
Getting Started
13
Basic Operations
Enjoying Surround Sound
You can take advantage of surround sound simply by selecting one of the pre-programed sound fields according to
the type of program you want to play.
To obtain the best possible sound we recommend equalizing the speaker levels of the DOLBY SUR and THEATER
sound modes before you begin (see “Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels” on page 27).
Right Speaker
MUTING
POWER
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For other sound adjustments,
see pages 26 and 28-29.
This system is provided with four different surround modes:
DOLBY SUR (Dolby Pro Logic Surround) mode
Reproduces superb theater-like presence and surround effects from video
software encoded with Dolby Surround.
THEATER mode
Creates a theater-like environment in your living room by adding the acoustic
reflections of a theater to decoded Dolby Surround signals.
HALL mode
Reproduce the acoustics of a rectangular concert hall. Ideal for soft, acoustic
sounds, or for giving an extra punch to debates and press conferences.
SIMULATED mode
Creates simulated stereo sound effects from monaural sound sources, like old
movies or TV shows.
1
2
Press SYSTEM POWER (or POWER on the remote) to turn on
the system.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select the program source you
desire (VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, TAPE, CD, or TUNER).
For example, if you connected your VCR to the VIDEO 1 IN
jacks, select VIDEO 1.
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3
4
Start playback from the program source.
Basic Operations
To listen without surround
effects
Press SURROUND repeatedly
until SUR OFF is displayed.
4
Press SURROUND repeatedly to select the sound field you
desire.
Program
DOLBY SUR
THEATER HALL
Recent movies
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Concerts
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Music
Sports
SIMULATED OFF
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Old Movies
Note
Video games
Some videos and laser discs may
use Dolby Surround sound even if
it's not indicated on the package.
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Monaural
TV programs
Education, News
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Press MASTER VOLUME + or – (or VOL + or – on the remote)
to adjust the volume.
To select a suitable SUPER WOOFER mode
Press SW.MODE on the remote repeatedly to select SUPER WOOFER
MODE 1 or 2.
SUPER WOOFER MODE 1 provides powerful bass sound ideal for
movies. SUPER WOOFER MODE 2 is a more subtle effect designed for
music.
Basic Operations
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To mute the sound
Press MUTING on the remote.
“MUTING” appears in the display on the right speaker.
Press again to restore the sound.
15
Basic Operations
Playing a CD (normal play)
You can play CDs in four modes: normal, shuffle, program and repeat. The mode decides which tracks (songs) you
will listen to, which order you will listen in, and whether or not they will repeat.
You can control the unit from the on screen display using the supplied remote.
Before you play a CD, decrease the sound level by pressing MASTER VOLUME – to avoid damaging the speakers.
After loading up to seven CDs, you can play all tracks or discs in the original order consecutively (normal play).
Right Speaker
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PLAY MODE
VOL + / –
If “PROGRAM” or “SHUFFLE”
appear in the display after step
1, press PLAY MODE on the
remote repeatedly until they
disappear.
1
2
Press SYSTEM POWER (or POWER on the remote) to turn on
the system.
3
Holding the CD by the edge, place the CD on the CD tray with
the label side up.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
If the tray contains a CD, press DISC SKIP on the remote to
open the next tray.
Note
You cannot play 8-cm CDs, even with an adaptor.
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Press DISC SKIP on the remote to insert CDs sequentially.
The current tray closes and the next tray opens.
Basic Operations
Automatic Source Selection
If you press CD · on the
remote while you are
listening to other sound
source, the CD player is
selected and play starts from
the CD whose disc indicator
is green.
Note
Press DISC 1 ~ 7 to choose the disc you want to play.
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Press MASTER VOLUME + or – (or VOL + or – on the remote)
to adjust the volume.
The disc tray closes automatically and play starts. If you press ·
(or CD · on the remote), play starts from the beginning of
the selected CD (the CD whose disc indicator is green).
To
Press (on remote)
Stop play
STOP p (p)
Pause
PAUSE P (P)
Resume play after pause
( (CD · ) or PAUSE P (P)
Go forward to another track
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Go backward to another track
0
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Locate a specific part in a track
Press and hold down ) or 0
Search quickly by observing
the display during pause
Press and hold down ) or 0 until
you find the desired point. You will not
hear the sound during this operation.
Select a particular disc
DISC 1~7* (press DISC SKIP repeatedly)
Remove the current disc
§ OPEN/CLOSE
* If no disc is loaded at that number, the tray will emerge.
Basic Operations
If there is no CD in the
player, “CD NO DISC”
appears in the display. Press
DISC 1~7 (or CD · on the
remote) while the indication
is on, and the disc tray will
open automatically.
5
To select the CDs to be played
To play
Press 1/ALL DISCS so that
Only the current CD
“1 DISC” appears
All the CDs in all the trays
“ALL DISCS” appears
What the indicators on DISC 1 ~ 7 indicate
The indicators on DISC 1 ~ 7 change colors to indicate the status of the
respective disc tray.
• A green indicator shows that the tray is selected (either during
playback or standby, or when the tray is open) no matter if there is a
CD inside or not.
• An orange indicator shows that there is a CD in the disc tray but the
tray is not currently selected.
• No indicator shows that the tray is empty.
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Basic Operations
Listening to the Radio
When you want to play a radio program, you can have the tuner automatically scan the radio frequencies and tune in
the stations with clear signals. This feature saves you time in searching for stations with clear signals.
However, stations with weak signals may be skipped by automatic tuning. Manually tune in the ones skipped by
automatic tuning.
To prevent noise pick-up, keep the AM loop antenna away from the unit and TV set.
If the noise is not reduced, turning off your TV may improve reception.
Right Speaker
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6
1
6
0
9
(
)
p
P
2
1
2
r
3
4
TUNER/
BAND
»
Æ
Æ
P
TUNING
+/–
p
0
)
=
+
Press SYSTEM POWER to turn on the system.
Open the cover on the front panel and press BAND repeatedly
to select FM or AM.
MHz
Once you have preset
stations
You can select “PRESET” in
step 3 for preset tuning (see
page 44).
18
3
Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until “AUTO” appears in
the display.
MHz
AUTO
Basic Operations
4
Press TUNING + to scan for higher frequency stations. To scan
for lower frequency stations, press TUNING –.
The tuner starts scanning radio frequencies, and stops
automatically when it finds a clear station.
To improve AM broadcast
reception
“TUNED” appears in the display.
Reorient the supplied AM loop
antenna.
“STEREO” also appears if the tuned FM station is broadcasting
in stereo.
MHz
TUNED STEREO
AUTO
5
6
If you do not want to listen to the selected station, press
TUNING + or – again to restart the scan.
Press MASTER VOLUME + or – to adjust the volume.
When the desired station is not tuned in
If you press BAND (or
TUNER/BAND on the
remote) while you are
listening to other sound
source, the tuner is selected
and the last received station
plays automatically.
Automatic tuning may skip stations with a weak signals.
Tune in the station manually.
1 Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until “MANUAL” appears in the
display.
2 Press TUNING + or – repeatedly until the desired station is tuned
in.
Basic Operations
Automatic Source Selection
To change the AM tuning interval
The AM tuning interval is preset to 10 kHz in the factory. If you need
to change the interval to 9 kHz, do as follows:
1 Turn on the power.
2 Change the band to AM.
3 Turn off the power.
4 Turn the power back on while pressing SYSTEM POWER and
TUNING + on the unit.
After changing the AM tuning interval, reset the preset radio stations.
To reset the interval to the factory setting, follow the same procedure.
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Basic Operations
Playing a Tape
You can use TYPE I (normal), TYPE II (CrO2) and TYPE IV (metal) tapes. When you insert a tape, the deck detects the
tape type automatically.
Right Speaker
POWER
p
0
)
(
P
r
6
1
6
2
0
)
P
p
0
9
(
)
p
P
r
TAPE
P
5
4
3
ª
»
·
Æ
Æ
P
p
0
)
=
+
p
0
TAPE
)
DOLBY
NR
VOL + / –
1
2
3
Press SYSTEM POWER (or POWER on the remote) to turn on
the system.
4
Press DIRECTION repeatedly to select single or dual-sided
playback.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select “TAPE”.
Press EJECT § to open the tape compartment.
Insert a recorded tape in with the tape side down and the side
you want to play facing forward. Push to close the
compartment. The tape will start playing from the front side.
To play
Press DIRECTION to select
One side of the tape
D
Each side once
Å
Both sides repeatedly*
ß
* The deck stops automatically after repeating the sequence five times.
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Basic Operations
5
Press ( (to play the front side) or 9 (to play the reverse
side).
The tape starts playing.
6
When listening to a tape
recorded with the Dolby* B or C
type noise reduction
Automatic Source Selection
If you press TAPE ª · on
the remote while you are
listening to other sound
source and the tape deck is in
stop mode, the tape deck is
selected and play starts
automatically.
When “NO TAPE” is
displayed
There is no tape loaded in the
cassette holder.
To
Press (on remote)
Stop play
p (p )
Pause
P PAUSE (P)
Resume play after pause
P PAUSE (P), 9 or (
Fast forward
) (TAPE )) for front side
0 (TAPE 0) for reverse side
Rewind
0 (TAPE 0) for front side
) (TAPE )) for reverse side
Remove the cassette
EJECT §
To find the beginning of a track (AMS)
Using the AMS (Automatic Music Sensor) feature, you can quickly
find the track you’re looking for. The deck senses where a music track
begins by detecting a blank space of more than four seconds between
tracks.
If the side of the
cassette being
played is the
To play the
next track
press (on remote)
Front side (()
)
(TAPE
Reverse side (9)
0
(TAPE 0)
))
To play the
current track
press (on remote)
Basic Operations
Press DOLBY NR so that “DOLBY
NR B” or “DOLBY NR C” appears
in the display according to the
noise reduction system used in
recording.
The Dolby noise reduction system
reduces tape hiss noise in lowlevel high-frequency signals.
* Dolby noise reduction
manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
“DOLBY” and the double-D
symbol a are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
Press MASTER VOLUME + or – to adjust the volume.
0 (TAPE 0)
)
(TAPE
))
Note
The AMS function may not work correctly if:
• the blank space between tracks is less than 4 seconds long.
• the signal strength of the left and right channels are very different.
• there is a passage of low frequencies or a very low volume within a track.
To play automatically after fast winding (auto play)
Use the controls on the speaker for this operation. The controls on the
remote cannot be used.
To start playing from the beginning of the front side, press ( while
holding down 0 .
To start playing from the beginning of the reverse side, press 9 while
holding down ) .
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Basic Operations
Selecting a Video Source
When you watch TV or video programs, we recommend you play audio portion through this system instead of the
speaker on your TV. This lets you take advantage of the system’s surround sound effects, like Dolby Surround, and
lets you use the system’s remote to control the audio.
Before you start, set your TV’s volume control to minimum or turn off your TV’s speaker(s) so you can enjoy the
surround sound from your system.
Right Speaker
POWER
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
p
0
)
(
P
r
6
1
4
2
0
9
(
)
p
P
r
»
Æ
Æ
P
p
0
)
=
+
VOL + / –
22
1
2
3
Press SYSTEM POWER (or POWER on the remote) to turn on
the system.
4
Press MASTER VOLUME + or – (or VOL + or – on the remote)
to adjust the volume.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select “VIDEO 1” or “VIDEO
2”( or press VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 on the remote).
Turn on the respective component, then start playing (see the
operating instructions supplied with the respective component
for details).
Basic Operations
Operating Sony TVs and
Video Components
You can use the shaded buttons shown below to Operate Sony TVs and video components.
VISUAL
POWER
VIDEO 2
TV
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 CONTROL
VIDEO 1
TV CONTROL
DISPLAY
p
1
PIP
0
2
SWAP
(
JUMP
POSITION
)
P
ANT
TV/VCR
+
TV/
VIDEO
SUB CH
—
TV VOL
CH
+
–
+
–
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
>10
10/0
VISUAL
ENTER
r
With the factory settings, VIDEO 1 lets you control a Sony VHS video deck
and VIDEO 2 lets you control a Sony 8 mm video deck.
If you use Sony video
components
To control a
Press
Sony TV
The system automatically
switches to the appropriate
video input when you press
VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 on the
remote.
TV CONTROL, then press the button(s) for the
operation you desire.
Sony VHS video deck
VIDEO 1, then press the button(s) for the
operation you desire.
Sony 8 mm video deck
VIDEO 2, then press the button(s) for the
operation you desire.
Watching TV without the
audio system (for Sony TVs
only)
To turn a Sony video deck on or off
Press TV CONTROL to set
the remote to operate TV
functions only.
See “Description of other
buttons on the remote” on
page 24 for available
functions.
Basic Operations
TAPE
1 Press VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 to select the component you want to turn on or
off.
2 Press VISUAL POWER.
To turn a Sony TV on or off
1 Press TV CONTROL.
2 Press VISUAL POWER.
To switch the input on a Sony TV
1 Press TV CONTROL.
2 Press TV/VIDEO.
To record on a Sony video deck using this remote
1 Press VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 to select the video deck.
2 Press ( and r at the same time.
(continued)
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Basic Operations
If the factory settings of the VIDEO 1 and VIDEO 2 buttons don’t match
your system components, you can change them.
For example, if you connect a Sony Beta video deck to the VIDEO 2 jacks, you
can assign the VIDEO 2 button to set the remote to control the Beta VCR.
1 Hold down the button whose function you want to change (VIDEO 2 for
example).
2 Press the numeric button corresponding to the component you want to
assign to that button (1 - VTR 1 (Beta VCR), for example).
Numeric button
Selects
1
VTR 1 (Beta VCR)
2
VTR 2 (8 mm VCR)
3
VTR 3 (VHS VCR)
If your Sony VCR has a COMMAND MODE selector
Press the numeric button corresponding to the VCR’s COMMAND MODE selector
(for example, press “1” if the COMMAND MODE selector is set to “VTR 1”).
Now you can use the VIDEO 2 button to control your Sony Beta VCR.
To reset the setting to the factory setting, repeat the above procedure.
Description of other buttons on the remote
In addition to those described above, the following buttons can also be used
to control Sony TVs and VCRs.
Remote button
Operates
Function
DISPLAY
TV
Displays the TV’s on-screen display
information.
P IN P
TV
Activates the picture-in-picture
function.*
SWAP
TV
Swaps the small and the large picture.*
POSITION
TV
Changes the position of the small
picture.*
JUMP
TV
Jumps back and forth between the
previous and current channels.
SUB CH + / –
TV
Selects preset channels for the small
picture.*
ANT TV / VTR
VCR
Selects output signal from the antenna
terminal: TV signal or VCR program.
TV VOL + / –
TV
Adjusts the volume on the TV.
CH + / –
TV / VCR
Selects preset channels.
VISUAL ENTER
TV / VCR
Changes channels when used with 110/0 and >10.
* Only for Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture function.
Note
Some Sony equipment cannot be controlled by this remote as shown in the table
above.
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Basic Operations
Controlling the On-Screen
Display (OSD)
The supplied remote also lets you perform almost all of the system operations using the on-screen display.
Æ
FUNCTION
SYS
OFF
Blank
area
M
S
O
U
N
D
m
2
=
OSD ON/OFF
RETURN
EXIT
Pointer
VOL
+
–
OSD CONTROL
4
4
ENTER
$
BAND
+
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
SUB
–
+
–
3
+
Be sure the input selector on your TV is set to video. If the
input selector is set to TV, the on-screen display will not
appear when you press OSD ON/OFF.
2
3
Press the OSD ON/OFF button so that the on-screen display
appears on your TV screen.
Basic Operations
1
Press the section of the OSD CONTROL representing the
direction you want to move the pointer (hand shaped icon) in
the on-screen display.
Position the pointer so that the finger tip is positioned on one
of the on-screen items.
For specific information
regarding the functions
available through OSD.
4
Press and quickly release the ENTER button in the center of the
OSD CONTROL to “click” the item.
Refer to the chapter for the
respective function.
To return to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
The on-screen display turns black-and-white (and may be difficult to see)
when watching black-and-white program sources from VIDEO 1 or 2.
In this case, use VISUAL OFF (see page 59) or switch to a non-black-andwhite source before using the on-screen display. Switch back to the black-andwhite video source once you’ve completed the desired on-screen operation.
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Home Theater Operations Using OSD
Enjoying Surround Sound
You can take advantage of surround sound simply by
selecting one of the pre-programed sound fields
according to the type of program you want to play.
To obtain the best possible sound we recommend
equalizing the speaker levels of the DOLBY SUR and
THEATER sound modes before you begin (see
“Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels” on page 27).
This system is provided with four different surround
modes:
DOLBY SUR. (Dolby Pro Logic Surround) mode
Reproduces superb theater-like presence and surround
effects from video software encoded with Dolby
Surround.
2
Click the sound mode you desire according to the
descriptions above.
SOUND
SUR OFF
DOLBY SUR
L / R BALANCE
L
R
EXIT
To listen without surround effects
Click SUR OFF.
Note
Some videos and laser discs may use Dolby Surround sound
even if it's not indicated on the package.
THEATER mode
Creates a theater-like environment in your living room
by adding the acoustic reflections of a theater to
decoded Dolby Surround signals.
HALL mode
Reproduce the acoustics of a rectangular concert hall.
Ideal for soft, acoustic sounds, or for giving an extra
punch to debates and press conferences.
To adjust the balance
Click L/R BALANCE L or R.
Balance settings are stored separately for each sound mode.
To mute the sound
Click
in the main menu. The icon changes to
and
turns green. “MUTE ON” appear in the display on the
receiver and the MUTING indicator on the front panel lights
up. To turn the sound back on, click on the icon again.
To mute the sound without the on-screen display.
SIMULATED mode
Creates simulated stereo sound effects from monaural
sound sources, like old movies or TV shows.
Press MUTING on the remote so that “MUTING”
appears in the display on the right speaker.
Press again to restore the sound.
1
To select sound modes without the on-screen display
While playing a program source, click SOUND in
the main menu.
FUNCTION
Press SURROUND on the speaker repeatedly so that the
surround mode you desire appears in the display on the
speaker.
SYS
OFF
VOL
S
O
U
N
D
BAND
+
–
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
SUB
–
+
To select a suitable super woofer mode
Click SUPER WOOFER (or press SW.MODE on the
remote) repeatedly.
SUPER WOOFER 1 provides powerful bass sound
ideal for movies. SUPER WOOFER 2 is a more subtle
effect designed for music.
SOUND
SUR OFF
DOLBY SUR
THEATER
HALL
SIMULATED
SUPER WOOFER
L / R BALANCE
L
26
1
2
OFF
R
EXIT
Home Theater Operations Using OSD
Then click LEVEL + or –.
The level settings are stored separately for SUPER
WOOFER 1 and SUPER WOOFER 2.
The test tone feature lets you set the volume of your
speakers to the same level.
Be sure to make these adjustments from your listening
position.
SOUND
SUR OFF
DOLBY SUR
THEATER
HALL
SIMULATED
SUPER WOOFER
LEVEL
L / R BALANCE
L
1
2
OFF
–
Adjusting the Speaker Output
Levels
1
Click SOUND in the main menu.
2
Click DOLBY SUR (PRO LOGIC) or THEATER.
3
If you need to adjust the volume between the
front right and front left speakers, click
BALANCE L or R.
4
Click SUR.
+
R
EXIT
To turn off the sound fields
Click SUR OFF.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
SOUND
SUR OFF
DOLBY SUR
THEATER
HALL
SIMULATED
To select a super woofer without the on-screen
display.
Press SW.MODE on the remote repeatedly so that
S.WOOFER 1 (SUPER WOOFER 1) or S.WOOFER 2
appears in the display on the right speaker.
SUPER WOOFER
LEVEL
L / R BALANCE
L
SUR
1
2
+
R
EXIT
For other sound adjustments, see page 28.
The speakers turn off and on automatically
(Auto power off/on function)
5
When the speakers are turned on and the FUNCTION is
set to VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2, the power turns off
automatically (and the READY indicator on the left
speaker turns red) three minutes after the program ends
and the sound signal goes out.
The speakers turn themselves back on the next time you
start playback from a source connected to VIDEO 1 or
VIDEO 2.
OFF
–
Click TEST.
The tone is emitted from each speaker
sequentially. The speaker emitting the test tone is
shown in red on the TV screen.
SUR EDIT
TEST
CENTER
0 dB
+
–
+
–
REAR
DELAY
RETURN
6
0 dB
20 ms
STANDARD
EXIT
Adjust the volume levels so that you hear the test
tone from each speaker at the same volume level
when you are in your listening position:
To adjust the level of center speaker
Click CENTER + or –.
To adjust the level of rear speakers
Click REAR + or –.
7
Click TEST to turn off the test tone.
(continued)
27
Home Theater Operations Using OSD
To adjust the volume of all speakers at the same
time
Press VOL + or – on the remote.
To reset the current sound field to the original
factory settings
Click STANDARD.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
If the test tone is on, it turns off automatically.
Customizing the Sound Fields
Each sound field is composed of an tone (bass and
treble) and surround sound parameters — variables of
sound, that create the sound image.
You can customize the sound fields by adjusting the
speaker level (LEVEL) and delay time (DELAY)
surround parameters to suit your listening situation.
Once you customize the sound fields, they are stored in
memory unless the system is unplugged for about 1
week.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
If the test tone is on, it turns off automatically.
Adjusting the tone
Adjust the tone of the front, center and rear speakers
for optimum sound. You can adjust the tone of all
sounds fields, including Dolby Surround.
1
Start playing a program source, then click
SOUND in the main menu.
2
Click the sound field you want to adjust.
3
Click TONE.
The TONE EDIT menu appears.
SOUND
SUR OFF
DOLBY SUR
THEATER
HALL
SIMULATED
SUPER WOOFER
LEVEL
L / R BALANCE
L
4
TONE
1
–
2
OFF
+
R
EXIT
Click BASS + or – to adjust the level of the low
frequencies and click TREBLE + or – to adjust the
level of the high frequencies as you desire.
TONE EDIT
FLAT
0 dB
0 dB
+10
-10
BASS
+
–
RETURN
TREBLE
+
–
STANDARD
EXIT
Note
You may hear some noise as you adjust the parameters.
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Home Theater Operations Using OSD
To start adjustment with a flat equalizer curve.
Click FLAT
To adjust the speaker levels
Click the + or – icon located next to the speakers
to adjust the speakers to the levels you prefer.
To reset the tone parameter of the selected sound field
to the original factory settings
SUR EDIT
Click STANDARD.
CENTER
0 dB
+
–
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
+
–
To exit to the main menu.
REAR
DELAY
RETURN
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
0 dB
20 ms
STANDARD
EXIT
To adjust the volume
Press VOL + or – on the remote
To reset the delay time and speaker levels to the
original factory settings.
Adjusting surround sound parameters
You can adjust the delay time and speaker levels
individually for each sound field.
Delaying the output from the rear speakers (delay
time) helps to make the surround sound more
effective. For example, if you’ve placed the rear
speakers in a large room or apart from your listening
position, set the delay time shorter.
Although we recommend using the procedure
described in “Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels” on
page 27 for the DOLBY SUR and THEATER sound
fields, you may need to adjust the HALL and
SIMULATED speaker levels as shown below.
Click STANDARD.
Note
You may hear some noise as you adjust the parameters.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
To adjust the volume
Press VOL + or – on the remote
Note
1
Start playing a program source, then click
SOUND in the main menu.
2
Click the sound field you want to adjust.
3
Click SUR.
The SUR EDIT menu appears.
If you make new adjustments to a sound field, the previous
settings are replaced by the new ones.
To adjust the delay time
Click DELAY repeatedly to select the delay time
you prefer (15 ms, 20 ms, or 30 ms).
SUR EDIT
CENTER
0 dB
DELAY
+
–
+
–
REAR
DELAY
RETURN
0 dB
20 ms
STANDARD
EXIT
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Home Theater Operations Using OSD
Using an External Center
Speaker
3
Click SUR.
The SUR EDIT screen appears.
4
Click C MODE repeatedly until the center mode
you want is displayed.
Since this system incorporates a center speaker (see
page 5), you don't have to connect a center speaker.
However, it is possible to connect a center speaker to
the CENTER SPEAKER terminals if you already have
one. Be sure to use a speaker with a 8 to 16 ohm
impedance for the center speaker.
left front speaker
EXTERNAL
CENTER SPEAKER
SUR EDIT
C MODE
CENTER
+
–
NORMAL
center speaker
IMPEDANCE 8Ω MINIMUM
REAR
DELAY
RETURN
Depress the CENTER SPEAKER button on the rear
panel of the left front speaker. This turns off the
internal center speaker and directs the center channel
signal to the CENTER SPEAKER terminals.
EXT
O
INT
o
EAKER
CENTER SP
EXT
O
INT
o
EAKER
CENTER SP
Connecting an external center speaker lets you choose
from 4 different Dolby Pro Logic Surround center
modes: NORMAL, WIDE, 3 CH (3 Channel logic), or
PHANTOM. Use the NORMAL or WIDE mode. For
details on Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound, see the
“Glossary” on page 64.
1
Click SOUND in the main menu.
2
Click PRO LOGIC to select the pro logic sound
field.
SOUND
PRO LOGIC
L / R BALANCE
L
30
SUR OFF
R
EXIT
0 dB
5
+
–
0 dB
20 ms
STANDARD
EXIT
Adjust the speaker volumes and delay time, if
necessary, by referring to pages 27 and 29.
Operating the CD Player Using OSD
Playing a CD (normal play)
Operating the CD Player Using OSD
4
You can play CDs in four modes: normal, shuffle,
program and repeat. The mode decides which tracks
(songs) you will listen to, which order you will listen
in, and whether or not they will repeat.
You can control the unit from the on screen display
using the supplied remote.
Before you play a CD, decrease the sound level by
pressing VOL – on the remote, to avoid damaging the
speakers.
After loading up to seven CDs, you can play all tracks
or discs in the original order consecutively (normal
play).
SUB
PROGRAM
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
You cannot play 8-cm CDs, even with an adaptor.
1
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
5
Note
If PROGRAM or SHUFFLE appear in the SUB
menu, click them repeatedly to select
“CONTINUE”.
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click ALL DISCS (or 1 DISC) to select “1 DISC” or
“ALL DISCS”.
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
SUB
FUNCTION
ALL DISCS
CONTINUE
SYS
OFF
VOL
2
EXIT
Click CD.
MEMO
DISC 1
TIME
FUNCTION
0
VISUAL
4
SUB
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
(
)
p
P
=
+
“1 DISC” plays all the tracks on the current CD in
the original order.
“ALL DISCS” plays all the tracks on all the CDs
loaded in the unit in the original order.
EXIT
Click SUB
6
Click ( (play) or click a disc button ( 1 ~ 7 ).
Play starts from the beginning of the selected CD
(the CD whose disc indicator is green).
D
MEMO
FUNCTION
SYS
OFF
S
O
U
N
D
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
VOL
+
–
MEMO
DISC
TIME
3
SOUND
C D
3
2
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
If you click the disc button ( 1 ~ 7 ) for an empty
disc tray
“OPEN” appears and the disc tray emerges
automatically. Place a CD on the tray with the
label side facing up (to insert additional CDs
sequentially, press DISC SKIP on the remote),
then click the respective disc button again.
The disc tray closes and play starts from the
beginning the selected CD.
(continued)
31
Operating the CD Player Using OSD
To close the SUB menu
Removing a CD using the buttons on the speaker
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Press DISC 1 ~ 7 for the disc you want to eject, then
press § OPEN/CLOSE.
The selected disc tray emerges.
Press § OPEN/CLOSE again to close the tray.
To
Click
Stop play
p
Pause
P
Resume play
( or P
Locating a Specific CD
You can locate the beginning of any CD during
playback or pause, or when the player is stopped.
What the disc buttons (
1
~
7
) indicate
The numbers on the disc buttons ( 1 ~ 7 ) change colors to
indicate the status of the respective disc tray.
• A green disc number shows that the tray is selected (either
during playback or standby, or when the tray is open) no
matter if there is a CD inside or not.
• An orange disc number shows that there is a CD in the
disc tray but the tray is not currently selected.
To locate the beginning of a particular CD.
Click the corresponding disc button (
1
~
7
).
D
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
Playing a CD without using the on-screen display
Press CD · on the remote to start playback, the CD
function is selected automatically.
To
Press
Stop play
p on the remote
Pause
P on the remote
Resume play
CD · or P on the remote
To change to the next CD
Press DISC SKIP on the remote.
During playback, the player selects the next CD and starts
playback. During stop or pause, the player selects the next
CD but remains in stop or pause mode.
Locating a specific track (automatic music
sensor: AMS)
You can quickly locate the beginning of a track on the
current CD during play, pause, or stop mode.
Removing a CD
1 Click MEMO.
To locate
Do this
The next or succeeding tracks
Click + repeatedly
until you find the track
(or press + on the
remote repeatedly).
The current or preceding tracks
Click = repeatedly
until you find the track
(or press = on the
remote repeatedly).
D
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
2
2
SUB
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click 6 at the right of the CD you want to eject.
MEMO
CHECK LIST
1 NO NAME
2
NO NAME
3
NO NAME
4
NO NAME
5
NO NAME
6
NO NAME
7
NO NAME
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
EXIT
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
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Locating a track directly
1 Click SUB
Locating a particular point in a track
You can locate a particular point in a track while
monitoring the sound or quickly by observing the
display.
D
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
This function is only available when the CD player is
set to the CONTINUE play mode.
If PROGRAM or SHUFFLE appear in the SUB menu,
click them repeatedly to select “CONTINUE”.
2
To
Click and hold down
Go forward quickly
) and release it at the
desired point.
Go backwards quickly
0 and release it at the
desired point.
Search quickly by observing
the display during pause
0 or ) until you find
the desired point. You
will not hear the sound
during this operation.
+
Click CALENDAR
SUB
ALL DISCS
CONTINUE
Checking the remaining or total playing
time
CALENDAR
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
Click TIME.
SUB
6
D
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
=
+
DISC
TIME
1
(
0
3
SUB
MEMO
P
2
3
2–1
(
4
5
6
7
0.21
)
p
P
=
+
Click the icon for the track you desire.
Each time you click TIME while playing a CD, the
display changes as follows.
CALENDAR
1
2
3
6
7
8
11 12 13
4
9
14
V
5
10
15
Playing time on current track
v
EXIT
RETURN
Remaining time on current track
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
Remaining time on CD (normal play only)
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
Notes
To display track numbers not shown on the current
CD calendar (for CDs with more than 20 tracks).
Click the > or . icon located next to the CD calendar.
To return to the previous menu.
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
• You can also check the remaining time on the current track
during shuffle, and program play.
• The total playing time and number of tracks for the
current disc appear in the display if you wait a few
seconds after pressing § OPEN/CLOSE on the front of
the right speaker to close a disc tray.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Locating a track directly without using the on-screen
display
Press the numeric button on the remote for the track
you want. If the track number is greater than 10, press
>10 and the track number.
e.g. For track number 21, press >10, 2, 1.
For track number 20, press >10, 2, 10/0.
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Operating the CD Player Using OSD
Playing Tracks in Random
Order (shuffle play)
4
Click (.
SUB
You can play all the tracks on one CD or all CDs in
random order.
1
ALL DISCS
SHUFFLE
EXIT
Click SUB.
D
DISC
TIME
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
To stop playing
2
Click p.
Click CONTINUE repeatedly to select
“SHUFFLE”.
To cancel shuffle play
Click SHUFFLE repeatedly to select “CONTINUE”. The
tracks continue playing in their original order.
SUB
To close the SUB menu
CONTINUE
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
3
2
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click ALL DISCS (or 1 DISC) to select “1 DISC” or
“ALL DISCS”.
Play the next track during shuffle play
Click +.
To replay the current track from the beginning, click =.
You cannot replay the previous track .
To select the desired disc during “1 DISC” shuffle
Click the respective disc button (
1
~
7
).
To start shuffle play immediately after the current track.
Press CONTINUE repeatedly during playback to select
“SHUFFLE” and shuffle play starts as soon as the current
track finishes playback.
SUB
ALL DISCS
SHUFFLE
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
“1 DISC” plays all the tracks on the current CD at
random.
“ALL DISCS” plays all the tracks on all the CDs
loaded in the unit at random.
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Playing tracks in random order without using the onscreen display
1 Press PLAY MODE on the remote repeatedly so that
“SHUFFLE” appears in the display on the right
speaker.
2 Press 1/ALL repeatedly to select “1 DISC” or “ALL
DISCS”.
3 Press CD ·.
Operating the CD Player Using OSD
Playing Tracks in a Desired
Order (program play)
4
Click MANUAL EDIT.
PROGRAM EDIT
MANUAL EDIT
You can program up to 32 program steps from all the
CDs in the order you want them to play. You can
program one track or a whole CD in search Program
step.
To record a program, see the section “Recording a CD:
Specifying Track Order (program edit)”.
MEMO
1
DISC
TIME
2
4
SUB
5
6
7
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click SUB.
5
D
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
Click the disc icon ( 1 ~ 7 ) for the disc containing
the tracks you want to program.
7
* DISC–2 *
0
2
3
* DISC–2 *
0
1
EXIT
RETURN
(
)
p
P
=
CALENDAR
+
Click CONTINUE repeatedly to select
“PROGRAM”.
1
2
3
4
5
1
6
11
2
7
12
3
8
13
4
9
14
5
10
15
7
ALL
PAUSE
V
v
––.––
TOTAL
CLEAR
RESET
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
SUB
6
V
v
SUB
CONTINUE
EXIT
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
6
Click the track number for the track you want to
program.
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
CALENDAR
3
Click PRG EDIT.
1
2
3
4
SUB
PROGRAM
PRG EDIT
1
2
3
4
5
1
6
11
2
7
12
3
8
13
4
9
14
5
10
15
TOTAL
–
5
6
7
8
SUB
6
7
ALL
PAUSE
V
v
––.––
3
CLEAR
RESET
V
v
EXIT
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
0
(
)
p
To program the entire disc.
Click ALL.
* DISC–2 *
P
=
+
To display track numbers not shown on the current
CD calendar (for CDs with more than 20 tracks).
Click the > or . icon located next to the CD calendar.
To check the contents of the program
Click the > or . icon located next to the program steps.
If you make a mistake.
Click CLEAR then click the step(s) you want to remove.
When you’ve finished, click SUB or EXIT.
(continued)
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Operating the CD Player Using OSD
To select a track number using the numeric keys on
the remote
Press the numeric button corresponding to the track
number you desire.
To enter a track number greater than 10, press >10 first,
then press the corresponding numeric buttons.
e.g. For 30, press >10m3m10/0
7
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to program up to 32 steps.
8
Click SUB to return to the SUB menu or EXIT to
exit to the main menu.
9
Click ( .
All the tracks play in the order you have chosen.
SUB
PROGRAM
Programming from the remote without
using the on-screen display
1 Press p.
If you switch to program mode during playback,
the track being played is automatically
programmed as step 1.
2
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly so that
“PROGRAM” appears in the display on the right
speaker.
3
Press DISC SKIP to select a CD.
The disc number appears and after a few seconds
the total playing time begins to flash in the
display.
4
Press = or + to select a track number.
The track number and the total playing time
including the selected track flashes in the display.
(The program is not entered at this time.)
PRG EDIT
EXIT
To select a track number using the numeric keys
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4 – 14
0
(
4
5
6
Press the numeric button corresponding to the track
number you desire. The track is programmed
automatically, so you can skip step 5.
To enter a track number greater than 10, press >10 first,
then press the corresponding numeric buttons.
e.g. For 30, press >10m3m10/0
7
14.51
)
p
P
=
+
To stop playing
Click p.
To play
Do this
The next or succeeding tracks
Click + repeatedly
until you find the track
(or press + on the
remote repeatedly).
The current or preceding tracks
Click = repeatedly
until you find the track
(or press = on the
remote repeatedly).
5
Press PLAY MODE to enter the track.
If the track (or disc) number disappears before
you press PLAY MODE, go back to step 3.
If you program the wrong track.
Press CLEAR, and go back to step 3.
6
To program additional tracks from the same CD,
repeat step 4.
To program additional tracks from another CD,
repeat steps 3 and 4.
7
Press CD · .
All the tracks play in the order you have chosen.
To cancel program play
Click PROGRAM repeatedly to select “CONTINUE”. The
tracks continue playing in their original order.
To cancel program play
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly so that the PROGRAM
indicator disappears from the display.
To erase the programed contents
Click RESET in the PROGRAM EDIT menu.
To erase the programmed contents
Press p during stop mode or press PLAY MODE repeatedly
so that the PROGRAM indicator disappears from the
display.
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Operating the CD Player Using OSD
Playing Tracks Repeatedly
(repeat play)
Assigning Names to CDs
(disc memo)
You can choose between two different repeat modes.
One repeats all the tracks in the current play mode, the
other repeats a single track.
You can assign names to your CDs. The names may
consist of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers
and symbols (up to 20 characters long for each CD).
You can store a maximum of 100 names in the unit. The
names appear in the disc memo list, making it easy to
identify which CDs are currently loaded.
The repeat play repeats a single CD or all CDs during
normal and program playback. During shuffle play,
repeat play repeats one CD only (1 DISC mode shuffle
play). In normal play mode (only), the player can also
repeat a single track.
1
If the AC power cord is disconnected for about one week,
the disc memos may be cleared from the memory, and you
will have to store the names again.
Click SUB.
D
Before you start assigning names
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
2
Note
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click REPEAT OFF repeatedly to select
“REPEAT” to repeat all the tracks (in any play
mode), or “REPEAT 1” to repeat a single track
while playing the desired track (during normal
play only).
In order to take advantage of the full (100 disc)
memory capacity, do steps 1 through 4 of “Erasing all
the disc memos” on page 39 to erase the disc memo
data entered at the factory.
You only need to perform this procedure once; before
assigning names for the first time.
Assigning a Name
1 Click SUB
SUB
D
MEMO
REPEAT OFF
DISC
TIME
EXIT
1
DISC
TIME
2
3
4
5
(
)
p
P
4
5
SUB
6
7
(
)
p
P
=
+
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
3
* DISC–2 *
0
MEMO
1
2
=
+
Play mode
Tracks to be repeated
Normal play (ALL DISCS)
All tracks on all CDs
Normal play (1 DISC)
All tracks on the selected CD
Shuffle play (1 DISC)
All tracks on the selected CD
(reshuffled)
Program play
All programmed tracks/
programs in their
programmed order
2
If PROGRAM or SHUFFLE appear in the SUB
menu, click them repeatedly to select
“CONTINUE”.
SUB
PROGRAM
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
To cancel repeat play
Click the repeat button repeatedly to display “REPEAT
OFF”.
(continued)
Playing tracks repeatedly without using the onscreen display
Press REPEAT on the remote repeatedly so that
“REPEAT” or “REPEAT1” appears in the display on the
right speaker.
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Operating the CD Player Using OSD
3
To enter a space
Click a disc button to select the disc tray
containing the disc to be named. The number on
the button turns green if there is a disc in the tray.
If not, the disc tray emerges.
Click the space bar.
(You cannot enter a space as the first character.)
To switch between upper and lower case letters
Click CAPS.
MEMO
1
DISC
TIME
2
4
5
6
(
)
p
P
=
1
2
(
1– 1
0
3
4
5
6
7
)
p
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote
control.
The name is stored automatically.
To assign a name to another disc
0.01
(
8
SUB
MEMO
5
Click ? or / to move the cursor to the character to be
changed, then click the correct character (or click the
space bar to erase the character).
+
Click p (or press p on the remote).
Names cannot be assigned during playback.
DISC
TIME
If you make a mistake
7
* DISC–2 *
0
4
3
SUB
P
=
Click the disc you want to name, click p (or press p on the
remote), then repeat steps 6 and 7.
+
Click MEMO EDIT.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
SUB
Checking the currently loaded CDs
CONITNUE
MEMO EDIT
EXIT
1
2
4
5
6
SYS
OFF
7
* DISC–1 *
0
6
3
FUNCTION
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
(
)
p
Click MEMO.
P
=
S
O
U
N
D
+
Click INPUT.
VOL
+
–
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
3
4
SUB
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
MEMO EDIT
2
(
)
p
P
=
+
INPUT
RETURN
EXIT
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–1 *
0
7
2
(
)
p
The MEMO CHECK LIST showing the names of the
currently loaded CDs appears.
P
=
+
Spell out the name by clicking each character in
order.
MEMO
CHECK LIST
1 TWIN
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
6
TOWER
NO NAME
6
6
6
6
NO NAME
6
MEMO
INPUT
EXIT
1
B
A
B
F
G
K
L
P Q
U
V
CAPS
C
H
M
R
W
RETURN
38
b
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
SUB
1
4
7
/
Z
2
5
8
0
–
3
6
9
*
+
EXIT
To play a CD
Click the respective disc button ( 1 ~
player is set to CONTINUE mode.
7
) when the CD
Operating the CD Player Using OSD
6
If a CD has not been assigned a name
“NO NAME” appears next to that disc number.
Click ERASE.
“ERASE OK” appears and the memo is erased.
If a CD is not loaded
MEMO
ERASE
TWIN
The disc number for the respective tray is white and no
characters appear next to that button.
TOWER
NO NAME
If remove or load a CD
Click the 6 icon for the respective tray and that tray
emerges.
Click again to close the tray.
NO NAME
ERASE
SUB
RETURN
EXIT
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
Erase a disc memo
You can erase the names of currently loaded discs.
To go back to the SUB menu
Click SUB.
1
Load the disc whose name you want to erase, and
make sure play is stopped.
Names cannot be erased during playback.
2
Click SUB.
3
Click MEMO EDIT.
4
Click ERASE.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Erasing all the disc memos
The following procedure lets you erase all the disc
memo information stored in the memory.
1
If a CD is playing, click p (or press p on the
remote).
Names cannot be erased during playback.
2
Click SUB.
3
Click MEMO EDIT.
4
Click ALL ERASE.
MEMO EDIT
ERASE
RETURN
EXIT
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–1 *
0
5
2
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click The button to highlight the disc memo you
want to erase.
MEMO EDIT
ALL ERASE
RETURN
MEMO
ERASE
TWIN
EXIT
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
TOWER
NO NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–1 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
NO NAME
ERASE
RETURN
SUB
EXIT
(continued)
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Operating the CD Player Using OSD
5
Click YES to erase all the names currently stored
in memory.
MEMO
ALL ERASE
All discs memo will be
erased!
Is it all right?
YES
RETURN
SUB
NO
EXIT
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To go back to the SUB menu
Click SUB.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
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Operating the Radio Using OSD
Operating the Radio Using OSD
4
Listening to the Radio
When you want to play a radio program, you can have
the tuner automatically scan the radio frequencies and
tune in the stations with clear signals. This feature
saves you time in searching for stations with clear
signals.
However, stations with weak signals may be skipped
by automatic tuning. Manually tune in the ones
skipped by automatic tuning.
Click SUB
BAND
5
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
+
Click TUNING MODE repeatedly to select AUTO.
SUB
REC EDIT
STEREO/MONO
TUNING MODE
MANUAL AUTO
To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop antenna away
from the unit and TV set.
SUB
–
If the noise is not reduced, turning off your TV may improve
reception.
BAND
PRESET
EXIT
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
SUB
–
+
Before you start
make sure you have connected the FM and AM
antennas as shown on pages 9 and 10.
1
Click + or – next to the frequency to tune in a
station.
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
FUNCTION
SYS
OFF
VOL
2
6
SUB
REC EDIT
STEREO/MONO STEREO
TUNING MODE
MANUAL AUTO PRESET
EXIT
Click TUNER .
BAND
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
SUB
–
+
FUNCTION
VISUAL
SOUND
TUNER
EXIT
3
Click BAND to select FM or AM.
The tuner starts scanning radio frequencies and
stops automatically when it finds a clear station.
When an FM stereo broadcast is received,
“STEREO” turns from grey to orange.
When you tune past either end of the band, the
tuner automatically jumps to the opposite end
and continues scanning in the same direction.
Every time a station is received, the tuner stops
scanning. To continue scanning, press the icon
again.
When the desired station is not tuned in
FUNCTION
SYS
OFF
VOL
S
O
U
N
D
+
–
Automatic tuning may skip stations with a weak signals.
Tune in the station manually.
1 Click TUNING MODE repeatedly to select “MANUAL”.
2 Click + or – repeatedly until the desired station is tuned
in.
(continued)
BAND
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
SUB
–
+
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Operating the Radio Using OSD
When reception of an FM program is unclear
You can switch to monaural reception. There will be no
stereo effect but the reception will improve.
Click STEREO/MONO repeatedly to select “MONO”.
“MONO” also appears next to the frequency.
To restore the stereo effect, repeat this procedure to select
“STEREO”.
To improve AM broadcast reception
Reorient the supplied AM loop antenna.
Presetting Radio Stations
You can store up to 30 FM or AM stations, and recall
them later with a simple click.
To assign names to the preset stations, see “Naming
Preset Stations”.
Note
If the AC power cord is disconnected for about one week,
the preset stations may be cleared from the memory, and
you will have to preset the stations again.
1
Tune in a station you want to store in the preset
memory.
2
Click LIST to display the tuner’s preset list.
To change the AM tuning interval
The AM tuning interval is preset to 10 kHz in the factory.
If you need to change the interval to 9 kHz, do as follows:
1 Turn on the power.
2 Change the band to AM.
3 Turn off the power.
4 Turn the power back on while pressing SYSTEM POWER
and TUNING + on the unit.
After changing the AM tuning interval, reset the preset radio
stations. To reset the interval to the factory setting (10 kHz),
follow the same procedure.
BAND
3
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Make sure that you tune in the simulcast program on
both the TV (or VCR) and the tuner.
SUB
–
+
Click > or . to display the preset button (1~30)
where you want to store the station.
V
1 FM 87.50MHz
2 FM 87.50MHz
3 FM 87.50MHz
4 FM106.00MHz
5 FM108.00MHz
6 FM 87.50MHz
7 FM 87.50MHz
8 FM 87.50MHz
9 FM 87.50MHz
v
10 FM 87.50MHz
AUTO – + MEMORY INDEX
BAND
FM 95.50MHz STEREO EXIT
To go back to the previous menu
To watch FM simulcast TV programs
LIST
FM 87.50MHz STEREO
4
Click MEMORY.
MEMORY turns red.
V
1 FM 87.50MHz
2 FM 87.50MHz
3 FM 87.50MHz
4 FM106.00MHz
5 FM108.00MHz
6 FM 87.50MHz
7 FM 87.50MHz
8 FM 87.50MHz
9 FM 87.50MHz
v
10 FM 87.50MHz
AUTO – + MEMORY INDEX
BAND
FM 95.50MHz STEREO EXIT
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Operating the Radio Using OSD
5
Click the button where you want to store the
station.
The button lights up and the station is stored.
V
1 FM 87.50MHz
2 FM 87.50MHz
3 FM 87.50MHz
4 FM106.00MHz
5 FM108.00MHz
6 FM 87.50MHz
7 FM 87.50MHz
8 FM 87.50MHz
9 FM 87.50MHz
v
10 FM 87.50MHz
AUTO – + MEMORY INDEX
BAND
FM 95.50MHz STEREO EXIT
6
1
Press OSD ON/OFF to turn off the on-screen
display, then turn off your TV.
“OSD OFF” appears momentarily in the display.
2
Tune in a station you want to store in the preset
memory.
3
Press MEMORY/TUNER.
“MEMORY” and a preset channel number appear
in the display.
MHz
TUNED STEREO
AUTO
Repeat steps 1 through 5 to preset up to 30
stations.
4
Press TUNING + or – to select a preset channel
number.
To erase a stored station
Store a new station at a previously used preset button. This
will erase the old station and replace it with the new station.
If you have trouble storing a station or if you made a
mistake
Repeat steps 1 through 5.
Make sure that the MEMORY button is red when you
proceed to step 5. If not, press MEMORY again so that
MEMORY turns red, then proceed with step 5 while
MEMORY is red (within 16 seconds).
MHz
TUNED STEREO
AUTO
5
Press ENTER.
The station is stored at the preset channel number
you selected.
6
Repeat steps 2 through 5 to store as many stations
as necessary.
Presetting radio stations without using the
on-screen display
You can also preset stations without using the onscreen display. You might find this necessary to preset
broadcasts that are difficult to receive when the TV is
turned on, such as those from AM stations.
TUNING
TUNER
+
BAND
»
Æ
Æ
OSD
ON/OFF
P
0
=
–
TUNING
–/+
p
)
+
OSD ON/OFF
RETURN
Tuning Preset Stations
Once you have preset the stations, you can tune
stations directly from the tuner’s preset list or one by
one from the main menu or remote control.
Tuning Preset Stations Directly
1 Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
2
Click TUNER .
3
Click LIST to display the tuner’s preset list.
4
Click > or . to display the preset station (1~30)
you desire.
5
Click the preset number of the station you desire.
EXIT
OSD CONTROL
4
ENTER
ENTER
$
MEMORY/
TUNER
MEMORY
TUNER
+
–
(continued)
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Operating the Radio Using OSD
Tuning Preset Stations One by One
1 Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
You can customize the tuner’s preset list by entering
names up to 10 characters long for each preset radio
station.
2
Click TUNER .
3
Click SUB.
4
Click TUNING MODE repeatedly to select
“PRESET”.
5
Naming Preset Stations
Click + or – next to the frequency to tune in a
preset station.
Tuning preset stations without using the
on-screen display
You can also tune stations without using the on-screen
display. You might find this necessary for broadcasts
that are difficult to receive when the TV is turned on,
such as those from AM stations.
TUNING
TUNER
TUNER/
BAND
+
BAND
»
Æ
P
0
=
Æ
–
1
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
2
Click TUNER .
3
Click LIST to display the tuner’s preset list.
4
Click > or . to display the preset station (1 ~ 30)
you want to name.
5
Click the preset number of the station you want to
name.
6
Click INDEX.
The TUNER INDEX SETTING menu appears.
V
1 FM 87.50MHz
2 FM 87.50MHz
3 FM 87.50MHz
4 FM106.00MHz
5 FM108.00MHz
6 FM 87.50MHz
7 FM 87.50MHz
8 FM 87.50MHz
9 FM 87.50MHz
v
10 FM 87.50MHz
AUTO – + MEMORY INDEX
BAND
FM 95.50MHz STEREO EXIT
TUNING
–/+
p
)
+
OSD ON/OFF
RETURN
EXIT
OSD CONTROL
4
ENTER
$
MEMORY
TUNER
+
–
7
Spell out the name by clicking each character in
order.
TUNER INDEX SETTING
10 FM 87.50MHz
B
1
2
3
44
Press TUNER/BAND repeatedly to select FM or
AM.
Press TUNING MODE on the right front speaker
repeatedly so that “PRESET” appears in the
display.
A
B
F
G
K
L
P Q
U
V
CAPS
C
H
M
R
W
RETURN
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
b
1
4
7
/
Z
2
5
8
0
–
3
6
9
*
+
EXIT
To enter a space
Click the space bar.
To switch between upper and lower case letters
Click CAPS.
Press TUNING + or – to tune in desired the preset
station.
If you make a mistake
Click ? or / to move the cursor to the character to be
changed, then click the correct character (or click the
space bar to erase the character).
Operating the Radio Using OSD
8
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote
control.
The name is stored automatically.
To erase a preset name
You can erase the station name by changing all the
characters of that name to “spaces”.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Note
The input name is visible when you click LIST to use the
tuner’s preset list function.
This name is not shown in the display on the unit.
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Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
5
Playing a Tape
Click ( (to play the front side) or 9 (to play the
reverse side).
The tape starts playing.
You can use TYPE I (normal), TYPE II (CrO2) and
TYPE IV (metal) tapes. When you insert a tape, the
deck detects the tape type automatically.
1
(
)
p
P
§
Click
Stop play
p
VOL
Pause
P
Resume play
( or P
Fast Forward
) for the front side or
0 for the reverse side
Rewind
0 for the front side or
) for the reverse side
SOUND
TAPE
To find the beginning of a track (AMS)
EXIT
Press EJECT § on the right speaker to open the
tape compartment. Insert a recorded tape in with
the tape side down and the side you want to play
facing forward. Push to close the compartment.
The tape will start playing from the front side.
Click d repeatedly to select single or dual-sided
playback.
FUNCTION
SYS
OFF
S
O
U
N
D
VOL
+
–
DOLBY NR
OFF §
RESET
0000
REC
0
9
(
DOLBY
NR:
)
p
P
Be sure to use the controls on the unit or the remote for this
operation.
Using the AMS (Automatic Music Sensor) feature, you can
quickly find the track you’re looking for. The deck senses
where a music track begins by detecting a blank space of
more than four seconds between tracks.
If the side of the
cassette being
played is the
To play the
next track
press (remote)
To play the
current track
press (remote)
Front side (()
)
(TAPE
0 (TAPE 0)
Reverse side (9)
0
(TAPE 0)
))
)
(TAPE
))
Note
The AMS function may not work correctly if:
• the blank space between tracks is less than 4 seconds long.
• the signal strength of the left and right channels are very
different.
• there is a passage of low frequencies or a very low volume
within a track.
To remove the cassette
Press EJECT § on the front of the right speaker.
§
To play
Click to display
One side of the tape
D
Each side once
Å
Both sides repeatedly*
ß
* The deck stops automatically after playing both sides
5 times.
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9
To
Click TAPE.
VISUAL
4
0
SYS
OFF
FUNCTION
3
REC
DOLBY
NR:
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
FUNCTION
2
DOLBY NR
OFF §
RESET
0000
When listening to a tape recorded with the Dolby noise
reduction system
Click DOLBY NR repeatedly to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” according to the noise reduction system
used in recording. Dolby noise reduction system reduces
tape hiss noise in low-level high-frequency signals.
To reset the tape counter
Click RESET.
The tape counter display returns to “0000”. The tape counter
is also reset when you unplug the AC power cord or press
EJECT § to switch tapes.
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
7
Recording from CD
Click d repeatedly to select how to record the
tape.
You can record from a CD to a tape. Use TYPE I
(normal) or TYPE II (CrO2) tapes.
REC EDIT
RESET
0000
0
The CD SYNCHRO function makes it easy to record
from a CD to a tape.
)
p
P
§
8
3
Click CD.
4
Click SUB.
5
Select the play mode you desire and, if necessary,
click a disc button ( 1 ~ 7 ) to choose a CD.
3
4
SUB
5
6
7
(
)
p
P
=
+
To record
Click to display
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
or
ß
* Recording always stops at the end of the reverse side.
Be sure to start from the front side.
The tabs on the cassette deck have been removed to
prevent accidental erasure.
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
2
* DISC–2 *
0
Press EJECT § on the right speaker and insert a
blank tape into the tape deck, with the side you
want to record facing forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
2
EXIT
MEMO
1
DISC
TIME
When “NO TAB” is displayed
Click DOLBY NR to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” when you want to reduce tape
hiss in low-level, high- frequency signals.
REC EDIT
RESET
0000
0
9
(
)
DOLBY NR
OFF §
DOLBY
NR:
p
P
§
CD SYNCHRO
RETURN
When the play mode is set to either CONTINUE or
SHUFFLE
EXIT
SUB
MEMO
Clicking a disc button starts playback. In this case, click
p to stop playback before proceeding to step 6.
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
6
(
CD SYNCHRO
RETURN
Recording from CD Automatically
1
9
DOLBY NR
OFF §
DOLBY
NR:
(
)
p
P
=
+
Click REC EDIT.
9
Click CD SYNCHRO.
SUB
1 DISC
CONTINUE
REPEAT OFF
REC EDIT
REC EDIT
RESET
0000
EXIT
0
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
(
)
(
)
p
P
=
p
P
§
CD SYNCHRO
RETURN
* DISC–2 *
0
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
EXIT
SUB
MEMO
+
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
“CD SYNC” appears and the CD player and tape
deck enter recording pause mode. The direction
indicator in the REC EDIT control panel (()
indicates the direction in which recording will
start.
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Click 9 so that 9 appears.
(continued)
47
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
10 Click P PAUSE to release recording pause.
Recording starts.
After about 10 seconds, the CD starts to play.
REC EDIT
RESET
0000
CD SYNC ( P
0
9
(
)
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
p
P
P
0
2
3
2–1
(
3
Click CD.
4
Click SUB.
5
Select the play mode you desire and, if necessary,
click a disc button ( 1 ~ 7 ) to choose a CD.
When the play mode is set to either CONTINUE or
SHUFFLE
EXIT
4
5
Clicking a disc button starts playback. In this case, click
p to stop playback before proceeding to step 6.
SUB
MEMO
1
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
§
CD SYNCHRO
RETURN
DISC
TIME
2
6
7
0.00
)
p
P
=
+
6
Click REC EDIT.
7
Click p in the REC EDIT control panel.
Click d repeatedly to select how to record the
tape.
If the CD SYNCHRO button does not operate
To record
Click to display
It means that you cannot record on this cassette (the tabs
have been removed).
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
To stop recording,
*
If you press the CD SYNCHRO button while playing a CD
It is cancelled after 10 seconds. The CD SYNCHRO button
only works when the CD player is in stop mode.
or
ß
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse side.
Be sure to start from the front side.
8
Click DOLBY NR to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” when you want to reduce tape
hiss in low-level, high- frequency signals.
9
Click REC.
When you record more than one CD
The tape automatically pauses the recording while the
CD player changes the disc trays.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
REC EDIT
RESET
0000
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
0
9
(
)
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
p
P
§
REC
EXIT
RETURN
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
Recording from CD Manually
With manual recording you can record a CD however
you like, for example, you can record just the songs
you want, or start recording from the middle of the
tape.
1
2
3
4
48
Press EJECT § on the right speaker and insert a
blank tape into the tape deck, with the side you
want to record facing forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
5
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
“REC” appears and the tape deck enters recording
pause mode. The direction indicator in the REC
EDIT control panel (() indicates the direction in
which recording will start.
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Click 9 so that 9 appears.
1
SUB
MEMO
DISC
TIME
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
10 Click P, in the REC EDIT control panel, to release
recording pause. Recording starts.
You can also start recording by clicking ( or 9.
REC EDIT
RESET
( P
0000
REC
0
9
(
)
Recording from CD manually using the
controls on the speaker
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
p
P
8
2
§
REC
EXIT
RETURN
DISC
TIME
2
3
4
5
7
6
4
1
5
SUB
MEMO
1
6
6
7
0
9
(
)
p
P
r
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
11 Click ( in the CD control panel.
The CD player starts playing.
REC EDIT
RESET
(
0005
REC
0
9
(
)
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
p
P
1
Press EJECT § and insert a blank tape into the
tape deck, with the side you want to record facing
forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select CD.
3
If “PROGRAM” or “SHUFFLE” appear in the
display, press PLAY MODE on the remote control
repeatedly until they disappear.
4
Press DIRECTION repeatedly to select how to
record the tape.
§
REC
EXIT
RETURN
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
To insert a blank space
See “Inserting a Blank Space During Recording (rec mute)”
on page 56.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Notes
• Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
• If you want to record specific tracks of a CD, the “program
edit” feature will make it easier (see page 52).
To record
Select
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
*
5
or
ß
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse
side. Be sure to start from the front side.
Press DOLBY NR repeatedly to select DOLBY NR
B or C when you want to reduce tape hiss in lowlevel, high- frequency signals.
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49
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
6
Press REC.
The r (REC) and P (pause) indicators light up
and the deck stands by for recording.
The direction indicators (9 or () light to
indicate which sides of the cassette you can use to
record. (For a full explanation of the 9 and (
indicators, see “What the 9 and ( indicators
indicate” on page 50.)
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Press 9 so the 9 indicator lights steadily.
Recording from CD: Selecting
Tape Length Automatically
(tape select edit)
You can have the CD player select and indicate the
most suitable tape length for recording each disc
automatically.
1
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
2
Click CD.
3
Click SUB.
4
Select the CONTINUE play mode.
5
Click a disc button ( 1 ~ 7 ) to choose a CD.
Since playback starts automatically, click p to
stop playback.
Tape select edit cannot be used during playback.
See “Inserting a blank space during recording using the
controls on the speaker” on page 57.
6
Click CONTINUE repeatedly to select
“PROGRAM”.
What the 9 and ( indicators indicate
7
Click PRG EDIT.
The PROGRAM EDIT menu appears.
8
Click TAPE SELECT EDIT.
7
Press P, to release the record pause and start
recording.
8
Press DISC 1 ~ 7 to start playback from the
beginning of the CD you want to record.
To stop recording
Press STOP p twice. Once to stop the tape deck and once to
stop the CD player.
To insert a blank space
The 9 and ( indicators light to indicate which side starts
recording. They also tell you if a tab has been removed.
• If one indicator lights steadily and the other indicator
flashes for a few seconds, then disappears:
It means that recording will start from the side whose
indicator lights steadily. If you want to start recording
from the other side, press the button for that side.
• If one indicator lights steadily and the other indicator
neither lights or flashes:
It means you can only record on the side whose indicator
lights steadily. (The tab for the other side has been
removed.)
• If one indicator flashes steadily and the other indicator
neither lights or flashes:
It means that record on the side whose indicator is
flashing steadily. Switch the side, from which to start
recording, by pressing the direction button for the side
whose indicator is flashing.
• If both indicators neither light or flash:
It means that you cannot record on this cassette. (Both tabs
have been removed.)
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
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PROGRAM EDIT
TAPE SELECT EDIT
EXIT
RETURN
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
* DISC–2 *
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
The TAPE SELECT menu appears and the player
automatically divides the tracks and displays the
tape length required to record the entire CD.
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
To view the order of the programed tracks
12 Click d repeatedly to select
Click > or ..
TAPE SELECT
9 2 – 8
13 2 – 12
10 2 – 9
14 2 – 13
11 2 – 10
15 2 – 14
12 2 – 11
SUB
TAPE C–64
V
3
4
(
)
p
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
SUB
5
P
Click to display
*
EXIT
6
7
TAPE C–64
0
9
2
To record
or
ß
v
MEMO
1
DISC
TIME
how to record the
tape.
=
13 Click DOLBY NR to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” when you want to reduce tape
hiss in low-level, high- frequency signals.
+
Click SUB to return to the SUB menu.
TAPE SELECT
9 2 – 8
13 2 – 12
10 2 – 9
14 2 – 13
11 2 – 10
15 2 – 14
12 2 – 11
SUB
TAPE C–64
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse
side. Be sure to start from the front side.
14 Click CD SYNCHRO.
“CD SYNC” appears and the CD player and tape
deck enter recording pause mode. The direction
indicator in the REC EDIT control panel (()
indicates the direction in which recording will
start.
V
v
If you want to record on the reverse side only
EXIT
Click 9 so that 9 appears.
MEMO
1
DISC
TIME
2
3
4
SUB
5
6
7
TAPE C–64
0
(
)
p
P
=
15 Click P PAUSE to release recording pause.
Recording starts.
After about 10 seconds, the CD starts to play.
+
10 Click REC EDIT.
The required tape length remains displayed.
To stop recording
Press p in the REC EDIT control panel.
To cancel the CD program play mode before starting to
record (in step 15)
SUB
1 DISC
CONTINUE
REPEAT OFF
REC EDIT
EXIT
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
2
3
4
5
SUB
6
7
TAPE C–64
0
(
)
p
P
=
+
11 Press EJECT § on the right speaker and insert a
blank tape of the indicated length (or longer) into
the tape deck, with the side you want to record
facing forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
Click PROGRAM repeatedly to select “CONTINUE”.
The program play mode cannot be cancelled during synchro
recording.
To record another CD using Tape select edit
1
2
3
4
5
Click p to stop playback.
Click SUB.
Click PRG EDIT.
Click MANUAL EDIT.
Click RESET to erase the previous tape select edit
program, then click SUB<.
6 Click a disc button ( 1 ~ 7 ) to choose a CD, then click p.
7 Follow steps 7 through 13 above.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
(continued)
51
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
Recording from CD: Specifying
Track Order (program edit)
7
Click d repeatedly to select how to record the
tape.
To record
Click to display
You can match the total recording time to the tape
length while making a program.
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
1
* Recording always stops at the end of the reverse
side. Be sure to start from the front side.
2
3
Press EJECT § on the right speaker and insert a
blank tape into the tape deck, with the side you
want to record facing forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
Follow the procedure in steps 1 through 7 of
“Playing Tracks in a Desired Order (program
play)” on page 35 to program the tracks you want
to record for side A. Make sure the total playing
time for side A does not exceed the length of one
side of the tape.
Click PAUSE.
or
ß
8
Click DOLBY NR to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” when you want to reduce tape
hiss in low-level, high- frequency signals.
9
Click CD SYNCHRO.
“CD SYNC” appears and the CD player and tape
deck enter recording pause mode. The direction
indicator in the REC EDIT control panel (()
indicates the direction in which recording will
start.
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Click 9 so that 9 appears.
CALENDAR
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
6
11
2
7
12
3
8
13
4
9
14
5
10
15
TOTAL
– 7
– 8
– 2
– 10
SUB
3
3
2
3
6
V
v
28.45
– 3
– 4
3
2
5
6
7
8
7
ALL
PAUSE
EXIT
The total playing time returns to “0.00.”
CALENDAR
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
1
6
11
2
7
12
3
8
13
4
9
14
5
10
15
TOTAL
– 7
– 8
– 2
– 10
SUB
3
3
2
3
5
6
7
8
6
7
ALL
PAUSE
0.00
– 3
– 4
PAUSE
3
2
recording pause. Recording starts.
To stop recording
CLEAR
RESET
V
v
1
10 Click P, in the REC EDIT control panel, to release
Click p in the REC EDIT control panel.
To cancel the CD program play mode before starting to
record (in step 10)
Click PROGRAM repeatedly to select “CONTINUE”.
The program play mode cannot be cancelled during synchro
recording.
To erase the program contents
1 Click p to stop playback.
2 Click RESET in the PROGRAM EDIT menu.
V
v
CLEAR
RESET
V
v
EXIT
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
4
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Program the tracks you want to record for side B
the same way you programed side A.
5
Click SUB to return to the SUB menu.
6
Click REC EDIT.
The program length for side B remains displayed.
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
To return to the previous menu
Recording From the Radio
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
You can record from the tuner onto a tape. Use TYPE I
(normal) or TYPE II (CrO2) tapes for recording.
To exit to the main menu.
1
Press EJECT § on the right speaker and insert a
blank tape into the tape deck, with the side you
want to record facing forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
2
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
3
Click TUNER.
4
Tune in the radio station you want to record. See
“Listening to the Radio” for details.
5
Click SUB.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
Recording from the radio using the controls
on the speaker
6
2
6
Click REC EDIT.
7
Click d repeatedly to select how to record the
tape.
To record
Click to display
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
*
or
0
9
(
)
p
P
7
6
4
1
5
r
ß
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse
side. Be sure to start from the front side.
1
Press EJECT § and insert a blank tape into the
tape deck, with the side you want to record facing
forward. Make sure the tabs on the cassette have
not been removed.
Click REC.
“REC” appears and the tape deck enters recording
pause mode. The direction indicator in the REC
EDIT control panel (() indicates the direction in
which recording will start.
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select TUNER.
3
Tune in the radio station you want to record. See
“Listening to the Radio” for details.
If you want to record on the reverse side only
4
Press DIRECTION repeatedly to select how to
record the tape.
8
Click DOLBY NR to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” when you want to reduce tape
hiss in low-level, high- frequency signals.
9
Click 9 so that 9 appears.
10 Click P, in the REC EDIT control panel, to release
recording pause. Recording starts.
You can also start recording by clicking ( or 9.
To stop recording
Click p in the REC EDIT control panel.
To insert a blank space
To record
Select
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
*
or
ß
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse
side. Be sure to start from the front side.
(continued)
See “Inserting a Blank Space During Recording (rec mute)”
on page 56.
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Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
5
Press DOLBY NR repeatedly to select DOLBY NR
B or C when you want to reduce tape hiss in lowlevel, high- frequency signals.
6
Press REC.
The r (REC) and P (pause) indicators light up
and the deck stands by for recording.
The direction indicators (9 or () light to
indicate which sides of the cassette you can use to
record.
(For a full explanation of the 9 and (
indicators, see “What the 9 and ( indicators
indicate” on page 50.)
Recording From Other
Components
You can record the audio signals from components
connected to the VIDEO 1 and VIDEO 2 IN jacks onto a
tape. Use TYPE I (normal) or TYPE II (CrO2) tapes for
recording.
1
Press EJECT § on the right speaker and insert a
blank tape into the tape deck, with the side you
want to record facing forward.
Make sure the tabs on the cassette have not been
removed.
2
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
3
Click VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 to select the
component you want to record.
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Press 9 so the 9 indicator lights steadily.
7
Press P, to release the record pause and start
recording.
To stop recording
Press STOP p.
FUNCTION
VISUAL
To insert a blank space
SOUND
VIDEO 1
See “Inserting a blank space during recording using the
controls on the speaker” on page 57.
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
EXIT
4
Prepare the source to play the program you
desire. See the operating instructions supplied
with the respective equipment for details.
5
Click REC EDIT.
FUNCTION
SYS
OFF
S
O
U
N
D
VOL
+
–
REC EDIT
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Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
6
Click d repeatedly to select how to record the
tape.
REC EDIT
RESET
0000
0
9
(
)
Recording from other components using
the controls on the speaker
DOLBY NR
OFF §
DOLBY
NR:
p
P
§
REC
6
EXIT
2
0
9
(
)
p
P
7
6
4
1
5
r
REC EDIT
To record
Click to display
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
*
or
ß
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse side.
Be sure to start from the front side.
7
Click DOLBY NR to select “DOLBY NR: B” or
“DOLBY NR: C” when you want to reduce tape
hiss in low-level, high- frequency signals.
8
Click REC.
“REC” appears and the tape deck enters recording
pause mode. The direction indicator in the REC
EDIT control panel (() indicates the direction in
which recording will start.
1
Press EJECT § and insert a blank tape into the
tape deck, with the side you want to record facing
forward. Make sure the tabs on the cassette have
not been removed.
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select VIDEO 1 or
VIDEO 2.
3
Prepare the source to play the program you
desire. See the operating instructions supplied
with the respective equipment for details.
4
Press DIRECTION repeatedly to select how to
record the tape.
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Click 9 so that 9 appears.
9
Click P, in the REC EDIT control panel, to release
recording pause. Recording starts.
You can also start recording by clicking ( or 9.
10 Start playing the program source.
See the
operating instructions supplied with the
respective equipment for details.
To record
Select
One side of the tape
D
Both sides*
Å
*
or
ß
Recording always stops at the end of the reverse
side. Be sure to start from the front side.
To stop recording
Click p in the REC EDIT control panel.
To insert a blank space
See “Inserting a Blank Space During Recording (rec mute)”
on page 56.
5
Press DOLBY NR repeatedly to select DOLBY NR
B or C when you want to reduce tape hiss in lowlevel, high- frequency signals.
(continued)
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
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Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
6
Press REC.
The r (REC) and P (pause) indicators light up
and the deck stands by for recording.
The direction indicators (9 or () light to
indicate which sides of the cassette you can use to
record.
(For a full explanation of the 9 and (
indicators, see “What the 9 and ( indicators
indicate” on page 50.)
If you want to record on the reverse side only
Press 9 so the 9 indicator lights steadily.
7
Press P, to release the record pause and start
recording.
8
Start playing the program source. See the
operating instructions supplied with the
respective equipment for details.
Inserting a Blank Space During
Recording (rec mute)
You can insert a blank space of four seconds between each
track. The blank spaces between tracks let you locate the
track easily with the AMS function (see pages 21 and 46).
You can also use this function to eliminate any unwanted
portions on the tape.
1
While recording, click REC at the position where
you want to insert the blank space.
REC EDIT
RESET
(
0753
REC
0
9
(
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
)
p
P
§
REC
EXIT
RETURN
MEMO
To stop recording
DISC
TIME
Press STOP p.
1
(
0
2
3
2–3
(
4
SUB
5
6
7
7.51
)
p
P
=
+
To insert a blank space
See “Inserting a blank space during recording using the
controls on the speaker” on page 57.
“REC” flashes and the tape runs without
recording. After about four seconds, “REC”, “(”
and “P” appear and the deck switches to
recording pause mode.
Note
Adjusting the volume will not effect the recording level.
But this will change the sound levels you hear through the
speakers or headphones.
2
Click P to resume recording.
REC EDIT
RESET
( P
0758
REC
0
9
(
DOLBY NR
§
B
DOLBY
NR:
)
p
P
§
REC
EXIT
RETURN
MEMO
DISC
TIME
1
(
0
2
3
2–3
(
4
5
SUB
6
7
7.59
)
p
P
=
+
To make a blank of more than four seconds
See the following section “Inserting a blank space during
recording using the controls on the speaker”.
To make a blank less than four seconds long.
Click P while “REC” is flashing.
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Operating the Tape Deck Using OSD
Inserting a blank space during recording
using the controls on the speaker
6
0
9
(
)
p
P
r
2
1
1
While recording, press r REC at the position
where you want to insert the blank space.
The “r” indicator flashes and the tape runs
without recording. After about four seconds, the
“r” and “P” indicators light, and the deck
switches to recording pause mode.
2
Press P PAUSE to resume recording.
To make a blank of more than 4 seconds
Press r REC for as long as needed.
The r REC indicator flashes faster after four seconds have
elapsed. The tape pauses when you release r REC.
To make a blank less than four seconds long
Press P PAUSE while the r REC indicator is flashing.
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Additional Features
Customizing the function menu
5
Click the function button to be changed.
INDEX SETTING
You customize the function menu by specifying icons
and names up to 9 characters long for each function
button.
1
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
2
Click INDEX.
The INDEX SETTING screen appears.
FUNCTION
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
TAPE
CD
TUNER
RETURN
6
VISUAL
SOUND
EXIT
Spell out the new name by clicking each character
in order. The name is stored automatically.
INDEX SETTING
VIDEO 1
EXIT
3
VIDEO 1
(
B
INDEX
Click the icon to be changed.
A
B
F
G
K
L
P Q
U
V
CAPS
C
H
M
R
W
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
RETURN
b
1
4
7
/
Z
2
5
8
0
–
3
6
9
*
+
EXIT
INDEX SETTING
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
TAPE
CD
TUNER
To enter a space
Click the space bar.
To switch between upper and lower case letters
Click CAPS.
If you make a mistake
RETURN
4
EXIT
Click the icon you desire from the icon menu,
then click RETURN.
Click ? or / to move the cursor to the character to be
changed, then click the correct character (or click the
space bar to erase the character).
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
INDEX SETTING
To exit to the main menu.
VIDEO 1
RETURN
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(
VIDEO 1
EXIT
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
Additional Features
To stop playing the SOUND source
Enjoying Two Sources at the
Same Time
Use the procedure below to play two program sources
at the same time (for example, to play a laser disc while
listening to a compact disc).
1
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
The FUNCTION SELECT menu appears.
2
Click the SOUND source you desire.
For TAPE or CD, Click p in the on screen control panel.
For VIDEO 1 or 2, see the operating instructions supplied
with the respective equipment for details.
To stop playing the VISUAL source
See the operating instructions supplied with the respective
equipment for details.
To deselect the video signal from the VISUAL source
when listening a SOUND source
1 Click FUNCTION.
2 Click VISUAL OFF.
The video signal from the VISUAL source goes out.
To turn off the VISUAL source, see the operating
instructions supplied with the respective equipment.
FUNCTION
VISUAL
SOUND
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
TAPE
C D
TUNER
Listening With Headphones
EXIT
3
Click FUNCTION again, then click the VISUAL
source you desire.
FUNCTION
VISUAL
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
You can connect a pair of headphones to the
HEADPHONES jack on the left speaker.
1
Connecting the headphones to the
HEADPHONES jack.
2
Press SPEAKERS ON/OFF to turn the speakers
off.
The SPEAKERS indicator goes out.
3
Adjust the volume to the level you desire.
SOUND
SPEAKERS indicator
EXIT
4
Start playing the SOUND source.
If you selected TAPE or CD
Click ( in the on screen control panel.
If you selected VIDEO 1 or 2
See the operating instructions supplied with the
respective equipment for details.
5
Start playing the VISUAL program source.
See the operating instructions supplied with the
respective equipment for details.
HEADPHONES
SPEAKERS ON/OFF
When you are finished listening with headphones
To avoid damaging the speakers, turn the volume down
before turning the speakers back on.
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Additional Features
Adjusting the Position of the
On-Screen Display
You can make fine adjustments to the overall position
of the on-screen display control panel.
1
Click FUNCTION in the main menu.
2
Click SCREEN.
DEMONSTRATION
VISUAL
SOUND
1996
Sony
START
Corporation
Clicking START activates a program that explains the
various functions of the system.
SCREEN
EXIT
The position adjustment screen appears.
V
B
b
v
EXIT
Click the >, /, ., or ? icons in the border to
adjust the position so you can just see the top,
bottom, right and left edges of the graphic.
To go back to the previous menu
Click RETURN or press RETURN on the remote control.
To exit to the main menu.
Click EXIT or press EXIT on the remote control.
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When you first turn on the system a demonstration
START icon appears in the display.
SA-VA100
ON SCREEN
FUNCTION
RETURN
Using the Demonstration Mode
To stop the program
Press one of the following buttons on the remote:
• ENTER
• 4/ $/“ /”
• RETURN
• EXIT
• OSD ON/OFF
When the demo is stopped, the main menu corresponding to
the current system function is displayed. Pressing OSD ON/
OFF, however, stops the demo and turns off the on-screen
display.
Additional Information
Troubleshooting
If you run into any problem using
this stereo system, use the following
check list. And first check the
following points:
• The power cord is connected
firmly.
• The speakers are connected
correctly and firmly.
Should any problem persist after
you have made the checks below,
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Additional Information
There is excessive wow or flutter, or
the sound drops out.
/
The capstans or pinch
rollers are contaminated.*
The tape does not erase completely.
/
Magnetic deposits have
built-up on the record/
playback head.*
Noise increases or the high
frequencies are erased.
/
Magnetic deposits have
built-up on the record/
playback head.*
“OVER” is displayed.
/
) was held down at the
end of the CD. Press 0
on the speaker or = on
the remote (or click = in
the on-screen display) to
return to the normal
display.
The CD player does not respond to
any operations
/
Turn off the power, unplug
the right speaker’s power
cord from the wall outlet,
then plug it back in.
Turn the power back on.
*See “Maintenance.”
Tuner
General
“TUNED” flashes in the display.
/
Adjust the antenna.
“STEREO” flashes in the display.
/
Adjust the antenna.
Severe hum or noise.
/
Adjust the antenna.
/
Move the AM loop antenna
farther away from the TV
and the speakers, or turn
off the TV.
/
The signal strength is too
weak. Connect the external
antenna.
/
Connect the ground wire.
CD Player
The disc tray does not close.
/
The CD is not placed
correctly.
The CD will not play.
/
The CD is dirty.
/
The CD is inserted label
side down.
/
The player is in pause
mode.
/
Moisture condensation has
built up.
Leave the system turned on
for about an hour until the
moisture evaporates.
Tape Player
The tape does not record.
/
No tape in the cassette
holder.
/
The tab has been removed
from the cassette.
/
The tape has reeled to the
end.
The tape does not record or playback
or there is a decrease in sound level.
/
The heads are dirty. Clean
them.*
/
Magnetic deposits have
built-up on the record/
playback head.*
“NO DISC” is displayed.
/
There is no CD in the
player.
Play does not start from the first
track.
/
The player is in program or
shuffle mode. Press PLAY
MODE so that
“PROGRAM” or
“SHUFFLE” goes out.
There’s no sound from any of the
speakers.
/
Check that components are
connected securely to the
speakers.
/
Make sure the SPEAKERS
ON/OFF button is set to
“ON” (and that the
SPEAKERS indicator is lit).
/
Click [icon] to cancel the
muting function.
/
Press MASTER VOLUME +
to turn up the volume.
No sound or only a very low sound
level is heard from the rear speakers.
/
Surround sound is turned
off.
/
Adjust the volume of the
rear speakers (see page 29).
/
Check the sound image
balance with TEST TONE
(see page 27).
There’s no sound from the center
speaker.
/
Make sure you selected the
DOLBY SUR (or PRO
LOGIC) surround mode.
/
Adjust the center speaker
level (see page 29).
/
No center speaker is
connected, but the
CENTER SPEAKER button
on the rear panel is set to
EXTERNAL.
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Additional Information
/
/
You connected an external
center speaker, but the
Dolby Pro Logic Surround
center mode is set to
PHANTOM.
You connected an external
center speaker, but the
CENTER SPEAKER button
on the rear panel is set to
INTERNAL.
Severe hum or noise is heard.
/
Move the connecting cord
away from any
transformers or motors and
least 3 meters (10 feet) from
any fluorescent lights.
/
Connect the speakers to
your VCR or cable box
instead of to your TV
(see pages 11 and 12).
Remote operations cannot be
performed.
/
Point the remote towards
the remote sensor on the
left front speaker.
/
Remove any obstructions
between the remote and
this system's left front
speaker.
/
Replace the batteries in the
remote.
The micro-computer is reset and the
radio station presets and tuner index
are restored to the factory settings.
Redo the settings according to your
needs.
Side A
Maintenance
To clean the tape heads and tape
path
Contaminated tape heads cause
poor recording or sound drop-out in
playback. We recommend cleaning
after every 10 hours of operation.
Open the tape compartment and
wipe the heads, the pinch rollers
and the capstans with a cleaning
swab slightly moistened with
cleaning fluid or alcohol. Wipe the
parts shown below:
Cleaning
swab
Capstan
Playback head
Restoring the Factory
Settings
If you cannot solve the problems
after you have made the checks
above, do the following operation.
(A micro-computer controls all of
this system operations. Some
troubles may occur because of
electrical noises from the AC
power.)
1 Turn POWER off.
2 Turn the power back on while
holding down the DOLBY NR,
STOP p, and DISC 7 buttons on
the right front speaker at the same
time.
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To save a tape permanently
To prevent a tape from being
accidentally recorded over, break off
the cassette tab from side A or B as
illustrated. If you later want to reuse
the tape for recording, cover the
broken tab with adhesive tape.
Insert a tape when the areas cleaned
are completely dry.
To demagnetize the tape heads
After 20 to 30 hours of use, enough
residual magnetism will have built
up on the heads to begin to cause
loss of high frequencies and hiss. At
this time, demagnetize the heads
and all metal parts in the tape path
with a commercially available tape
head demagnetizer. Refer to the
instructions of the demagnetizer.
Tab of
side B
Tab of side A
When you are using a TYPE II
(CrO2) or TYPE IV (metal) cassette,
be careful not to cover the detector
slots which allow the tape player to
automatically detect the type of
tape.
TYPE II
TYPE IV
Detector slots
To clean the cabinet
Use a soft cloth slightly moistened
with mild detergent solution.
To clean the CD
When a CD is dirty, clean it with a
cleaning cloth. Wipe the CD from
the center out.
Notes on CD
• Do not use solvents such as benzene,
thinner, commercially available
cleaners, or antistatic spray intended
for vinyl LPs.
• If there is a scratch, dirt or
fingerprints on the CD, these may
cause a tracking error.
Additional Information
Specifications
Amplifier section
General
Continuous RMS power output
Power requirements
Total 160 W
Center tweeter
Audio Power Specifications
For center and front full
range speakers:
With 8 ohm loads both
channels driven, from 70 –
20,000 Hz; rated 23 watts
per channel minimum RMS
power, with no more than
0.9% total harmonic
distortion from 250
milliwatts to rated output
CD player section
System
Compact disc digital audio system
Semiconductor laser (λ = 780 nm)
Emission duration: continuous
Laser output
Max 44.6 µW *
* This output is the value measured
at a distance of 200 mm from the
objective lens surface on the
Optical Pick-up Block with 7 mm
aperture.
Wavelength
780 - 790 nm
Harmonic Distortion
Less than 0.03%
Frequency response
Left : 110 W
Right : 35 W
34 W (8 ohms at 10 kHz, 9 % THD)
Front full range
29 W + 29 W (8 ohms at 1 kHz, 9 %
THD)
Dimensions
Front: Approx. 280 x 1100 x 450 mm
(w/h/d, including speaker base)
(111/8 x 433/8 x 17 3/4 inches)
Rear: Approx. 110 x 160 x 145 mm
(w/h/d) (4 3/8 x 6 3/8 x 5 3/4
inches)
Super Woofer
34 W (8 ohms at 40 kHz, 9 % THD)
Rear
34 W (8 ohms at 1 kHz, 9 % THD)
Input sensitivity/impedance
VIDEO 1 and 2 : 245 mV, 47 kilohm
Output sensitivity/impedance
VIDEO 1 and 2 : 245 mV, 1 kilohm
External Center : 34 W (at 8 ohms, 1
kHz, 9 % THD), 8 – 16 ohms
Rear : Accepts only supplied rear
speakers SS-SR151 17 W + 17 W (at
16 ohms, 1 kHz, 9% THD)
LINE IN: Accepts only SA-VA100 Rch speaker
LINE OUT: Accepts only SA-VA100
L-ch speaker
Video Input/Output
Laser
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption
VIDEO 1 and 2, MONITOR :
1 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced,
sync negative
Tape player section
Recording system
4-track 2-channel stereo
Frequency response (DOLBY NR OFF)
40 – 13,000 Hz (±3 dB), using Sony
TYPE I cassette
40 – 14,000 Hz (±3 dB), using Sony
TYPE II cassette
Mass
Front (L): 22 kg (48 lb 8 oz)
Front (R): 23 kg (50 lb 11 oz)
Rear: 700 g/pc (1 lb 9 oz)
Supplied accessories
Front L/R speaker connecting cord,
3.5 m (1)
Audio cord, 3 m (1)
Video cord, 2 m (1)
Rear speaker SS–SR151 (2)
Rear speaker connecting cord,
10 m (2)
FM lead antenna (1)
AM loop antenna (1)
Remote commander (remote)
RM–U100AV (1)
Sony SUM–3 (NS) batteries (2)
Speaker stand (2)
Screw (12)
Design and specifications are subject to
change without notice.
Wow and flutter
0.12% W. RMS (NAB)
2 Hz - 20 kHz ±1 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
More than 90 dB
Dynamic range
More than 90 dB
Speaker Section
Type
Front speaker
Bass reflex type
DBR super woofer
Tuner section
FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne
tuner
FM tuner section
Tuning range
87.5 – 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step)
Intermediate frequency
10.7 MHz
Antenna
FM lead antenna
Antenna terminals
75 ohm unbalanced
SAW type
Rear speaker
Bass reflex type
Speaker units
Front speaker system
Center tweeter: 5 cm cone type (x2)
Front full range/Center tweeter:
10 cm cone type (x2)
Super woofer: 16 cm cone type (x2)
Rear Speakers
8 cm cone type (x2)
AM tuner section
Tuning range
530 - 1,710 kHz (with the interval
set at 10 kHz)
531 - 1,710 kHz (with the interval
set at 9 kHz)
Intermediate frequency
450 kHz
Antenna
AM loop antenna, External antenna
terminals
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Additional Information
Sound field
• 3 CH LOGIC mode
Glossary
Center mode
Setting of speakers to enhance Dolby Pro
Logic Surround mode. To obtain the best
possible surround sound, select one of the
following four center modes according to
your speaker system.
Select 3 CH LOGIC mode if you have front
and center speakers but no rear speaker.
The sound of the rear channel is output
from the front speakers to let you
experience some of the surround sound
without using rear speakers.
Front
speaker (L)
Center
speaker
Front
speaker (R)
• NORMAL mode
Select NORMAL mode if you have front
and rear speakers and a small center
speaker. Since a small speaker cannot
produce enough bass, the bass sound of
the center channel is output from the front
speakers.
Front
speaker (L)
Center
speaker
Rear
speaker (L)
Rear
speaker (R)
Select WIDE mode if you have front and
rear speakers and a large center speaker.
With the WIDE mode, you can take full
advantage of Dolby Pro Logic Surround
sound.
Center
Front
speaker
speaker (L)
Front
speaker (R)
Signal given out by the system for adjusting
the speaker volume. The test tone will come
out as follows:
The test tone is output from the front L
(left), center, front R (right), and rear
speakers in succession.
Time lag between the surround sound output
from front speakers and rear speakers. By
adjusting the delay time of the rear speakers,
you can obtain the feeling of presence. Make
the delay time longer when you have placed
the rear speakers in a small room or close to
your listening position, and make it shorter
when you have placed them in a large room
or apart from your listening position.
Dolby Pro Logic Surround
• WIDE mode
Test tone
• In a system with a center speaker
(NORMAL/WIDE/3 CH LOGIC modes)
Delay time
Front
speaker (R)
Sound pattern produced by a sounding
source or sources in a given environment due
to direct and reflected sounds and the
acoustics of the environment. The system
offers pre-programmed sound fields like,
PRO LOGIC, THEATER, and HALL (etc.) to
let you enjoy surround sound easily.
Decoding system of Dolby Surround sound
standardized in TV programs and movies.
Compared with the former Dolby Surround
system, Dolby Pro Logic Surround improves
sound image by using four separate channels:
off-screen audio effects, on-screen dialog,
left-to-right panning, and music. These
channels manipulate the sound to be heard
and enhance the action as it happens on the
screen. To take advantage of Dolby Pro Logic,
you should have at least one pair of rear
speakers and/or one center speaker. You also
need to select the appropriate center mode to
enjoy a full effect.
Front (L)
Front (R)
Center
3 CH LOGIC
Rear (L, R)
NORMAL/WIDE
• In a system without a center speaker
(PHANTOM mode)
The test tone is output from the front and
the rear speakers alternately.
Front (L, R)
PHANTOM
Rear (L, R)
Dolby Surround
Rear
speaker (L)
Rear
speaker (R)
Encoding and decoding system of Dolby
Surround sound for consumer use. Dolby
Surround decodes the extra channels on the
Dolby Surround-encoded sound tracks of
movie videos and TV programs and produces
sound effects and echoes that make the action
seem to envelop you.
• PHANTOM mode
Select PHANTOM mode if you have front
and rear speakers but no center speaker.
The sound of the center channel is output
from the front speakers.
Front
speaker (L)
Front
speaker (R)
The system offers Dolby Surround (PRO
LOGIC) as one of the pre-programmed sound
fields. If you have rear or center speaker(s),
we recommend that you customize the Dolby
Surround sound field by selecting the
appropriate center mode to take advantage of
Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound.
Preset station
Rear
speaker (L)
64
Rear
speaker (R)
A radio broadcasting station that is stored in
memory of the tuner. Once you “preset”
stations, you no longer have to tune in the
stations. Each preset station is assigned its
own preset number, which lets you tune
them in quickly.
Additional Information
Index
L
A, B
Adjusting
delay time 29
on-screen display 58, 60
parameter 29
speaker volume 27, 29
tone 28
volume 15, 29
Antenna hookups 9-10
A/V hookups 11-12
Automatic source selection
17, 19, 21
Automatic tuning 18, 41
Batteries 7
Maintenance 62
Music calendar 33
N, O
Naming. See Indexing
NORMAL mode 30, 64
P, Q
Parameter 29, 64
PHANTOM mode 30, 64
Playing
a tape 20-21, 46
CDs 16-17, 31-37
tracks in random order
(shuffle play) 34
tracks in the desired order
(program play) 35-36
tracks repeatedly (repeat
play) 37
Precautions 7
Program play 35-36
Preset station 64
Presetting
radio stations 42
Preset tuning 43-44
Center mode 30, 64
NORMAL mode 30, 64
PHANTOM mode 30, 64
3 CH LOGIC mode 30, 64
WIDE mode 30, 64
CD changer
Basic operations 16-17
On-screen operations
31-40
CD synchro recording 47
Connecting. See Hookups
Customizing sound fields 28
Delay time 29, 64
Demonstration 60
Disc memo 37-40
Dolby Pro Logic
Surround 30, 64
Dolby NR (noise reduction)
21, 46, 47, 53, 55
Dolby Surround sound
14, 26, 64
Dubbing. See Recording
E, F, G
Editing. See Recording
Front panel 14, 16, 18, 20, 22,
49, 53, 55, 57, 59
H
Hookups
AC power cord 9, 10
AM/FM antennas 9, 10
speakers 9
TV/VCRs 11-12
I, J, K
Indexing
CDs 37-40
preset station 44-45
program source 58
Saving a recording 62
Scanning
radio stations 18-19, 41-42
Searching for a CD 38
Shuffle play 34
Sound field
customizing 28
pre-programmed 14, 26
Speakers
connection 9
impedance 63
placement 8
Specifications 63
Station index 44
Storing radio stations. See
Presetting
Supplied accessories 7, 63
Surround sound
Basic operations 14-15
On-screen operations
23-30
M
C
D
S
Labeling. See Indexing
List
CD 38
tuner 43
R
Radio Stations
preset list 43
presetting 42
tuning in 18-19, 41-42
Rear panel 9, 11
Receiving broadcasts 18-19,
41-42
using preset stations
43-44
Recording
a blank space (rec mute)
56-57
a CD (program edit) 52
a CD (tape select edit) 50-51
a CD automatically 47-48
a CD manually 48-49
from other components
54-56
from the radio 53-54
Remote
controlling Sony
components 23-24
inserting batteries 7
operations without TV
27, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 43,
44, 49, 53, 55, 57
Repeat play 37
Restoring the factory settings
62
T
Tape player
Basic operations 20-21
On-screen operations
46-56
Test tone 27, 64
3 CH LOGIC mode 30, 64
Troubleshooting 61-62
Tuner
Basic operations 18-19
On-screen operations
41-45
Tuning. See Receiving
broadcasts
TV/VCR hookups 11-12
U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Unpacking 7
WIRELESS OUT jack 10
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