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Connecting an DAB/FM antenna··············································· 23
Connecting to a home network (LAN)····································· 24
Accessories························································································· 5
Inserting the batteries······································································· 6
Operating range of the remote control unit······································ 6
Features······························································································· 7
Multiple music formats are supported, all in a compact form factor····7
Easy operation··················································································· 7
Wired LAN······················································································· 24
Wireless LAN·················································································· 25
Connecting the power cord························································· 26
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Part names and functions
Basic operation··············································································· 28
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Turning the power on······································································ 28
Selecting the input source······························································ 28
Adjusting the master volume·························································· 29
Turning off the sound temporarily··················································· 29
Playing CDs······················································································ 30
Playing CDs····················································································· 30
Playing tracks in the desired order (Program playback)··················· 31
Playing DATA CDs·········································································· 32
Playing files····················································································· 33
Listening to Internet Radio·························································· 34
Listening to Internet Radio······························································ 35
Playing the last played Internet Radio station································· 36
Using vTuner to add Internet Radio stations to favorites················ 36
Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS···························· 37
Applying media sharing settings····················································· 38
Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS····································· 39
Connections
Speaker connection······································································· 16
Connecting the speaker cables······················································· 16
Connection the subwoofer······························································ 17
Speaker A connection (Standard)···················································· 17
About the speaker B connections··················································· 18
About the Bi-Amp connection························································· 19
Connecting an analog device······················································ 20
Connecting a digital device························································· 20
Connecting an iPod or USB memory device to
the USB port···················································································· 21
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Listening to Last.fm······································································· 41
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Listening to ANALOG IN······························································ 61
Listening to DIGITAL IN································································ 61
AirPlay function·············································································· 62
Listening to Last.fm········································································ 42
Log Out··························································································· 43
Listening to Spotify······································································· 44
Listening to Spotify········································································· 44
Listening to DAB/FM broadcasts·············································· 47
Listening to DAB/FM broadcasts···················································· 47
Changing the FM tuning mode (Tune Mode)·································· 48
Automatically presetting FM stations (Auto Preset)······················· 48
RDS search····················································································· 49
PTY search······················································································ 49
TP search························································································ 50
Radio Text······················································································· 51
Auto scanning DAB broadcast stations··········································· 52
Switching the reception information for the currently tuned
in DAB station················································································· 52
Favorite function············································································ 53
Registering stations or files to the favorites list······························ 54
Calling stations or files from the favorites list································· 54
To switch between registered stations and files during playback·····54
Deleting stations or files from the favorite list································ 54
Playing iPod····················································································· 55
Listening to music on an iPod························································· 56
Setting operation mode (Remote iPod Mode)································ 57
Charging the iPod············································································ 58
Playing a USB memory device··················································· 59
Playing files stored on USB memory devices································· 60
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Streaming music stored in iPhone, iPod touch,
or iPad directly to the unit······························································· 62
Playing iTunes music with this unit················································· 63
Selecting multiple speakers (devices)············································· 63
Perform iTunes playback operations with the remote control unit
of this unit······················································································· 64
Remote play function···································································· 65
Settings required for each device··················································· 66
Web control function····································································· 67
Controlling the unit from a web control·········································· 67
Other functions··············································································· 72
Listening to music in two locations using a multi-drive connection····73
Adjusting the tone··········································································· 75
Sleep timer function········································································ 76
Checking the current time······························································· 76
Switching the display’s brightness·················································· 76
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Menu map························································································· 77
Contents···························································································· 92
Menu operation··············································································· 80
Inputting characters······································································ 81
Using the number buttons······························································ 81
Using the cursor buttons································································· 81
General······························································································ 82
Alarm······························································································· 82
Clock······························································································· 83
Speaker Configuration····································································· 83
Language························································································· 84
Auto-Standby··················································································· 84
Firmware························································································· 85
Network···························································································· 87
Network Information······································································· 87
Network Control·············································································· 87
Friendly Name················································································· 87
Last.fm Display··············································································· 87
Settings··························································································· 88
DAB····································································································· 91
Making the DAB settings································································ 91
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Troubleshooting·············································································· 94
Resetting factory settings·························································· 106
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Playing back DATA CDs································································· 107
Playing back USB memory devices············································· 108
Playing back Internet Radio·························································· 109
Playing back files stored on PC or NAS······································ 110
About Discs····················································································· 111
Last function memory···································································· 112
Explanation of terms······································································ 113
Trademark information··································································· 117
Specifications·················································································· 118
Index································································································· 122
License····························································································· 124
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Thank you for purchasing this Marantz product. To ensure proper operation, please read this owner’s manual carefully before using the product.
After reading this manual, be sure to keep it for future reference.
Accessories
Check that the following parts are supplied with the product.
qQuick Setup Guide
wCD-ROM (Owner’s Manual)
eSafety Instructions
rNotes on radio
tPower cord
yRemote control unit (RC011CR)
uR03/AAA batteries
iDAB/FM indoor antenna
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Inserting the batteries
Operating range of the remote control
unit
q Remove the rear lid in the direction of the
arrow and remove it.
Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor when operating it.
w Load the two batteries properly as
indicated by the q and w marks in the
battery compartment.
R03/AAA
Approx. 7 m
30°
e Put the rear cover back on.
NOTE
•When inserting the batteries, be sure to do so in the proper direction, following the
q and w marks in the battery compartment.
•To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid:
•Do not use a new battery together with an old one.
•Do not use two different types of batteries.
•Remove the batteries from the remote control unit if it will not be in use for long
periods.
•If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside of the battery
compartment and insert new batteries.
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Features
Multiple music formats are supported,
all in a compact form factor
Easy operation
•Easy wireless connection is possible by pressing the Wi-Fi CONNECT
button (WPS and Wi-Fi Sharing)
See the separate “Quick Setup Guide”.
•Supports Internet Radio and music streaming
Supports AirPlay® (vpage 62)
You can enjoy a wide variety of content, including listening to Internet
Radio, playing audio files stored on your PC.
This unit also supports Apple AirPlay which lets you stream your music
library from an iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® or iTunes®.
•iPod auto detect charges your device even after the unit switches
to standby mode
•Compatible with “Marantz Remote App” for performing basic
operations of the unit with an iPad, iPhone or Androidz smartphone
“Marantz Remote App” is application software that allows you to
perform basic operations with an iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone or
Android tablet such as turning the unit ON/OFF, controlling the volume,
and switching the source.
zz Download the appropriate “Marantz Remote App” for iOS and
Android devices. This unit needs to be connected to your LAN and
the iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone, Android tablet or other device
needs to be connected to the same network by Wi-Fi (wireless LAN).
•DLNA ver. 1.5 support for audio networks
•Supports online music, including Last.fm, Spotify
•Support for High Quality Audio playback
WAV/FLAC/ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
•Support for Gapless playback
Playback with no gap between music files (for WAV/FLAC only)
•3 Line OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display
•Wi-Fi network capability with built-in diversity antenna, and is
certified under WMM (Wi-Fi Multi Media) for efficient wireless
connectivity
•Auto Standby mode for energy savings
•High quality & high power digital amplifier.
Bi-Amp operation.
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Part names and functions
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Q5
Q4
qw
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Q2
Q3
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tRemote control sensor
Q1 Q0 o
This receives signals from the remote control unit (vpage 6).
yHeadphones jack (PHONES)
Used to connect headphones.
When the headphones are plugged into this jack, audio will no longer
be output from the connected speakers.
NOTE
•To prevent hearing loss, do not raise the volume level excessively when using
headphones.
qw
e
r
t
y u
uVolume up/down button (VOLUME df)
i
Adjusts the audio volume.
iStop button (2)
oReverse-skip/Forward-skip buttons (8, 9)
Q0Play/Pause button (1/3)
Q1Disc tray open/close button (5)
qINPUT button
Selects the input source.
wUSB port (Front)
Used to connect iPod or USB memory devices (vpage 21).
Used to open/close the disc tray.
eStandby indicator
Q2Disc tray
The standby indicator changes as shown below according to the status
of the unit.
•Power on : Off
•Standby : Off
•When “Network Control” is set to “On” : Red (vpage 87)
•iPod charge standby : Red (vpage 58)
•Alarm standby : Orange (vpage 82)
•Display off : Green (vpage 76)
Tray used to insert a compact disc.
Q3Display
Various information is displayed here.
Q4ENTER button
This determines the selection.
Q5Cursor button (uio p)
These select items.
rPower operation button (X)
Turns power to this unit on and off (standby).
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o
Q0
q
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u
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o
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yNETWORK connector
i
Used to connect this unit to the network (vpage 24).
uUSB port (Rear)
Used to connect iPod or USB memory devices (vpage 21).
iWi-Fi CONNECT button
Used to connect to the wireless LAN.
(See the separate “Quick Setup Guide”.)
oDIGITAL IN connector
Used to connect devices equipped with digital audio connector
(vpage 20).
q
w
er t
Q0DAB/FM antenna terminal (ANTENNA)
yu
Used to connect DAB/FM antennas (vpage 23).
qAC inlet (AC IN)
Used to connect the power cord (vpage 26).
wSpeaker terminals (SPEAKERS)
Used to connect speakers (vpage 16, 17, 18, 19).
eANALOG IN connectors
Used to connect devices equipped with analog audio connectors
(vpage 20).
rSW OUT connector
Used to connect a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier
(vpage 17).
tAUDIO OUT connectors
Used to connect devices equipped with analog audio inputs connectors
or an external power amplifier.
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Remote control unit
qRemote control signal transmitter
q
w
e
This transmits signals from the remote control unit (vpage 6).
wCLOCK button
The current time appear on the unit (vpage 83).
eSLEEP button
r
This sets the sleep timer (vpage 76).
rInput source select buttons
These select the input source (vpage 28).
t
tSystem buttons
y
These perform playback related operations
(vpage 30, 33, 35, 39, 42, 44, 57, 60).
•Previous / Next buttons (8, 9)
•Play/pause button (1/3)
•Fast-reverse / Fast-forward buttons (6, 7)
•Stop button (2)
Channel buttons (CH +, –)
These operate the Favorite function (vpage 53).
Tuning buttons (TUNE +, –)
These operate the tuner (vpage 47).
yMUTE button (
)
This mutes the output audio (vpage 29).
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uFAVORITES ADD / CALL buttons
•To add radio stations or files to the favorite list, press ADD.
•To call up a radio station or file registered in the favorite list, press
CALL (vpage 53).
Q5
Q6
iTOP MENU button
To back to the top of the menu (vpage 80).
oENTER button
This determines the selection (vpage 80).
Q0Cursor buttons (uio p)
These select items (vpage 80).
Q1SEARCH button
This displays the search menu (vpage 35, 48, 52, 60).
Q2Number buttons (0 – 9, +10)
u
These enter letters or numbers into the unit (vpage 81).
Q3RANDOM button
Switches the random playback.
i
o
Q0
Q1
Q4REPEAT button
Switches the repeat playback
(vpage 30, 33, 39, 44, 57, 60).
Q5DIMMER button
Adjust the display brightness of this unit (vpage 76).
Q6POWER button (X)
Q2
This turns the power on/standby (vpage 28).
Q3
Q4
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Q7DBB/TONE button
Adjusting the tone (vpage 75).
Q8VOLUME buttons (df)
These adjust the volume level (vpage 29).
Q9Information button (INFO)
This switches display items such as the elapsed time, album name and
title name in the playback screen (vpage 30, 39, 48, 57).
W0SETUP button
This displays the setup menu on the display (vpage 80).
W1CLEAR button
This cancels the settings (vpage 31, 54, 81).
Q7
W2SPEAKER A/B button
This sets up the speaker output (vpage 74).
Q8
W3PROGRAM / MODE button
•PROGRAM button
Playing tracks in a specific order (vpage 31).
•MODE button
Switching the operation mode (vpage 33, 48, 57).
Q9
W0
W1
W2
W3
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Connections
22Cables used for connections
Speaker connection (vpage 16)
Provide necessary cables according to the devices you want to connect.
Connecting an analog device (vpage 20)
Connecting a digital device (vpage 20)
Speaker cable
Connecting an iPod or USB memory device to the USB
port (vpage 21)
Subwoofer cable
Optical cable
Connecting an DAB/FM antenna (vpage 23)
Audio cable
Connecting to a home network (LAN) (vpage 24)
LAN cable
Connecting the power cord (vpage 26)
NOTE
•Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been completed.
•Do not bundle power cords together with connection cables. Doing so can result
in noise.
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Speaker connection
Here we connect the speakers in the room to this unit.
This section explains how to connect them using typical examples.
Connecting the speaker cables
Carefully check the left (L) and right (R) channels and + (red) and – (black)
polarities on the speakers being connected to this unit, and be sure to
connect the channels and polarities correctly.
NOTE
•Disconnect this unit’s power plug from the power outlet before connecting the
speakers. Also, turn off the subwoofer.
•Connect so that the speaker cable core wires do not protrude from the speaker
terminal. The protection circuit may be activated if the core wires touch the rear
panel or if the + and – sides touch each other (vpage 115 “Protection circuit”).
•Never touch the speaker terminals while the power cord is connected. Doing so
could result in electric shock.
•Use speakers with an impedance of 6 – 8 Ω/ohms. The protection circuit may be
activated if speakers with an impedance other than specified are used.
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1
Peel off about 10 mm of sheathing from
the tip of the speaker cable, then either
twist the core wire tightly or terminate it.
2
Turn the speaker terminal counterclockwise
to loosen it.
3
Insert the speaker cable’s core wire to the
hilt into the speaker terminal.
4
Turn the speaker terminal clockwise to
tighten it.
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Connection the subwoofer
Tips
Speaker A connection (Standard)
Use a subwoofer cable to connect the subwoofer.
R (A)
SW
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About the speaker B connections
R (B)
L (B)
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•When using this connection, also set “Bi-Amp” in the menu to “Disable”
(vpage 83).
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About the Bi-Amp connection
Some audiophile loudspeakers can be connected to an amplifier with two separate amp-to-speaker connections per each speaker. One amplifier
channel’s output is hooked up to the speaker’s bass driver (woofer), while the other amplifier drives the upper range transducers (tweeter, or in some
cases midrange and tweeter). This connection method has one amplifier channel driving one half of the bi-amp speaker, and avoids electrical interference
between the speaker’s bass and treble drivers and the driving amplifier channels. You can assign 4 amp channels to connect to one pair of bi-amp capable
speakers. Bi-amp capable speakers always have two sets of speaker input connector pairs, one for the bass range and one for the treble range. If you’re
unsure about whether or not your speakers are bi-amp capable, consult the owner’s manual that came with the speakers.
(R)
(L)
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w
q
R
•When using this connection, also set “Bi-Amp” in the menu
to “Enable” (vpage 83).
w
L
NOTE
•When making bi-amp connections, be sure to remove the
short-circuiting plate or wire between the speaker’s woofer
and tweeter terminals.
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Connecting an analog device
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Connecting a digital device
Analog
device
Digital
device
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
OPTICAL
OUT
AUDIO
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R
L
R
L
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Connecting an iPod or USB memory device to the USB port
To connect an iPod to this unit, use the USB adapter cable that was supplied with the iPod.
For operating instructions see “Playing iPod” (vpage 55) or “Playing a USB memory device” (vpage 59).
USB
memory
device
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iPod
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or
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•Marantz does not guarantee that all USB memory devices will operate or receive power. When using a portable USB hard disk drive (HDD) which came with an AC adapter,
use that device’s supplied AC adapter.
NOTE
•USB memory devices will not work via a USB hub.
•It is not possible to use this unit by connecting the unit’s USB port to a PC via a USB cable.
•Do not use an extension cable when connecting a USB memory device. This may cause radio interference with other devices.
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22Supported iPod / iPhone models
•iPod classic
•iPod nano
•iPod touch
•iPhone
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Connecting an DAB/FM antenna
NOTE
After connecting the antenna and receiving a broadcast signal
(vpage 47 “Listening to DAB/FM broadcasts” ), fix the antenna with
tape in a position where the noise level becomes minimal.
•For best results with the supplied indoor antenna, orient the antenna along a
wall such that it is stretched out horizontally and parallel to the floor (but above
the floor), and then fasten the two end tabs to the wall. This type of antenna is
directional and best results will be obtained when it is correctly oriented toward
the transmitting location.
•For example, if the transmission tower is to the north, then the two ends of the
antenna (with the tabs) should be stretched toward west and east.
•Do not connect two DAB/FM antennas simultaneously.
•If you are unable to receive a good broadcast signal, we recommend installing an
outdoor antenna. For details, inquire at the retail store where you purchased the
unit.
Direction of broadcasting station
DAB/FM
outdoor antenna
75 Ω/ohms
coaxial cable
DAB/FM indoor
antenna (supplied)
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Tips
Connecting to a home network (LAN)
You can connect this unit to your home network (LAN) to perform various
types of playbacks and operations as follows.
•Playback of network audio such as Internet Radio and from your media
server(s)
•Playback of music content from online streaming services
•Using the Apple AirPlay function
•Operation on this unit via the network
•Firmware Update
Wired LAN
PC
NAS
(Network Attached
Storage)
Modem
Internet
To WAN side
To LAN port
To LAN port
Router
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
For connections to the Internet, contact an ISP (Internet Service
Provider) or a computer shop.
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Wireless LAN
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•With this unit, it is possible to use the DHCP and Auto IP functions to make the
network settings automatically.
•When using this unit with the broadband router’s DHCP function enabled, this unit
automatically performs the IP address setting and other settings.
When using this unit connected to a network with no DHCP function, make the
settings for the IP address, etc., at “Network” (vpage 87)).
•When using this unit, we recommend you use a router equipped with the following
functions:
•Built-in DHCP server
This function automatically assigns IP addresses on the LAN.
•Built-in 100BASE-TX switch
When connecting multiple devices, we recommend a switching hub with a speed
of 100 Mbps or greater.
•Use only a shielded STP or ScTP LAN cable which is easily available at electronics
stores (CAT-5 or greater recommended).
•The normal shielded-type LAN cable is recommended. If a flat-type cable or
unshielded-type cable is used, other devices could be affected by noise.
•When using a WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) compatible router, easy wireless
connection is possible by pressing this unit’s Wi-Fi CONNECT button. (See the
separate “Quick Setup Guide”.)
PC
Internet
Modem
To WAN side
Router with
access point
NOTE
zzThis unit comes with a built-in
Wi-Fi antenna.
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•The types of routers that can be used depend on the ISP. Contact your ISP or a
computer shop for details.
•This unit is not compatible with PPPoE. A PPPoE-compatible router is required if
you have a contract for a type of line set by PPPoE.
•Do not connect an NETWORK connector directly to the LAN port/ Ethernet
connector on your computer.
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Connecting the power cord
After completing all the connections, insert the power plug into the power
outlet.
Power cord
(supplied)
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To household power outlet
(AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz)
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Playback
Turning the power on (vpage 28)
Playing iPod (vpage 55)
Selecting the input source (vpage 28)
Playing a USB memory device (vpage 59)
Adjusting the master volume (vpage 29)
Listening to ANALOG IN (vpage 61)
Turning off the sound temporarily (vpage 29)
Listening to DIGITAL IN (vpage 61)
Playing CDs (vpage 30)
AirPlay function (vpage 62)
Playing DATA CDs (vpage 32)
Remote play function (vpage 65)
Listening to Internet Radio (vpage 34)
Web control function (vpage 67)
Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS (vpage 37)
Listening to music in two locations using a multi-drive
connection (vpage 73)
Listening to Last.fm (vpage 41)
Adjusting the tone (vpage 75)
Listening to Spotify (vpage 44)
Sleep timer function (vpage 76)
Listening to DAB/FM broadcasts (vpage 47)
Checking the current time (vpage 76)
Favorite function (vpage 53)
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Basic operation
Turning the power on
POWER X
1
Input source
select buttons
Press POWER X to turn on power to the unit.
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•You can also switch the power to standby by pressing X on the main unit.
Selecting the input source
1
VOLUME df
MUTE
Press the input source select button to be played back.
The desired input source can be selected directly.
%
•Press the TUNER again to switch between DAB/FM.
•Press the ANALOG IN again to switch between Analog In 1/2.
•You can also select the input source by pressing INPUT on the main unit.
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Adjusting the master volume
1
Use VOLUME df to adjust the volume.
The volume level is displayed.
%
•You can also adjust the master volume by turning VOLUME df on the main unit.
Turning off the sound temporarily
1
Press MUTE
.
The “MUTING” is displayed.
%
•To cancel, press MUTE
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Playing CDs
Playing CDs
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1
2
Press CD to switch an input source.
3
Press 1/3.
Insert a disc (vpage 111).
•Press 5 on the main unit to open/close the disc tray.
NOTE
•Do not place any foreign objects in the disc tray. Doing so could damage it.
•Do not push the disc tray in by hand when the power is turned off. Doing so could
damage the set.
INFO
0 – 9, +10
CLEAR
PROGRAM
RANDOM
REPEAT
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Playing tracks in the desired order
(Program playback)
Function
Playback / Pause
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Select the track
Random playback
•Can be set during stop
Repeat playback
•Switching between Single-track repeat
and All-track repeat.
Switching the elapsed time display
1
In the stop mode, press PROGRAM.
2
Use 0 – 9, +10 to select the tracks.
“Program” is displayed.
GExampleH To program tracks 3, 12, 7 to play in that order:
Press PROGRAM, 3, +10, 2, 7.
3
Press 1/3.
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•The program is cleared when the disc tray is opened or the power is
turned off.
•In the stop mode, press CLEAR, the last track programmed is cleared.
Press 9 to select the track you want to delete.
•In the stop mode, press PROGRAM, clear the all programmed track.
•Up to 25 tracks can be programmed.
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•This section explains how to playback MP3 and WMA files that are
recorded onto a CD-R or CD-RW.
•There are many music distribution sites on the Internet allowing you to
download music files in MP3 or WMA (Windows Media® Audio) format.
The music (files) downloaded from such sites can be stored on CD-R or
CD-RW discs and played on this unit.
CD
“Windows Media” and “Windows” are registered trademarks or
trademarks in the United States and other countries of Microsoft
Corporation of the United States.
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Playing files
Operation buttons
1/3
2
8 9
1
2
Press CD to switch an input source .
3
Use ui to select the file to be played, then press ENTER.
Load a CD-R or CD-RW disc containing music files in the
MP3 or WMA format into the disc tray (vpage 111).
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ui
op
0 – 9, +10
Playback starts.
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Function
Playback / Pause
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Folder select
File select
Select the track
Switch to Folder playback mode
•Playing back only within the selected
folder.
Random playback
•Can be set during stop
Repeat playback
•Switching between Single-track repeat
and All-track repeat.
Switching the artist name and album title
display
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•The folder and file numbers are set automatically when the disc is loaded.
22Files that can be played back
See “Playing back DATA CDs” (vpage 107).
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Listening to Internet Radio
•Internet Radio refers to radio broadcasts distributed over the Internet.
Internet Radio stations from around the world can be received.
•The broad cast station types and specifications supported by this unit for
playback are as follows.
•WMA (Windows Media Audio)
•MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
•MPEG-4 AAC
INTERNET
RADIO
1/3
2
FAVORITES
ADD/CALL
ui
ENTER
SEARCH
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Listening to Internet Radio
Prepare for playback.
2
3
Press INTERNET RADIO.
Appendix
Recently Played :
•Displays recently played Internet Radio stations. Up to 20 stations
can be stored in “Recently Played”.
Search by Keyword :
•Displays Internet Radio stations searched by keyword. For
character input, see page 81.
This unit memorizes the last played Internet Radio station. If you press
INTERNET RADIO to switch to the Internet Radio function from another
input source, the last Internet Radio station you listened to is played.
1
Tips
•Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 24 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
4
Use ui to select the station, then press ENTER.
Playback starts once buffering reaches “100%”.
Operation buttons
1/3
2
FAVORITES CALL
FAVORITES ADD
Use ui to select the you want to play, then press
ENTER.
zzzzz (Country name) :
•Displays typical Internet Radio stations your country.
Search Stations :
•Displays all Internet Radio stations that this unit can tune in to.
Search Podcasts :
•Displays Internet Radio stations in the podcasts that this unit can
tune in to.
Recommended Stations :
•Displays recommended Internet Radio stations.
radiomarantz.com :
•Displays Internet Radio stations added to favorites in vTuner. For
instructions on how to add to favorites in vTuner, see “Using
vTuner to add Internet Radio stations to favorites” (vpage 36).
SEARCH
INTERNET RADIO
INFO
Function
Playback
Stop
Call from the Favorite list
Registration to the Favorite list
Character search
•If the list is not in alphabetical order, you
may not be able to perform a character
search.
Last played Internet Radio station
Switching the file type/ bit rate and radio
station name etc. display
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•Any characters that cannot be displayed are replaced with “.” (period).
NOTE
•The radio station database service may be suspended or be otherwise unavailable
without notice.
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Playing the last played Internet Radio
station
1
Press INTERNET RADIO.
The source switches to “Internet Radio” and the last played radio
station plays.
There are many Internet Radio stations in the world, and this unit can tune
into these stations. But finding the radio station you want to hear may
be difficult, because there are too many stations. If this is the case, then
please use vTuner, an Internet Radio station search website specifically
designed for this unit. You can use your PC to search Internet Radio
stations and add them as your favorites. This unit can play radio stations
added to vTuner.
Check the MAC address of this unit (vpage 87
“Network Information”).
3
4
Enter the MAC address of this unit, then click “Go”.
5
Select the search criteria (genre, region, language, etc.)
of your choice.
Enter your E-mail address and a password of your
choice.
6
Select the radio station of your choice from the list, and
then click the Add to Favorites icon.
7
Enter the name of the favorite group, then click “Go”.
A new favorite group that includes the selected radio station is
created.
•Internet Radio stations added to favorites in vTuner can be played
from “radiomarantz.com” (vpage 35) with this unit.
22Files that can be played back
•The MAC address is necessary when you create an account for
vTuner.
2
See “Playing back Internet Radio” (vpage 109).
Use your PC to access the vTuner website (http://www.
radiomarantz.com).
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•You can also enter a keyword to search for a station you want to
hear.
Using vTuner to add Internet Radio
stations to favorites
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Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS
•This unit can play back music files and playlists (m3u, wpl) stored on a PC
and on Network Attached Storage (NAS) that supports DLNA.
•The network audio playback function of this unit connects to the server
using technologies shown below.
•Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service
•Windows Media DRM10
•This unit can play back the following files.
•WMA (Windows Media Audio)
•MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
•WAV
•MPEG-4 AAC
•FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
•ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
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SERVER
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Applying media sharing settings
Here, we apply the settings to share music files stored on a PC and NAS on the network.
If you are using a Media Server, be sure to apply this setting first.
22When using Windows Media Player 12
(Windows 7 / Windows 8)
1
2
3
4
Start up Windows Media Player 12 on the PC.
5
Click “OK” to finish.
22When using Windows Media Player 11
Select “More streaming options...” in the “Stream”.
Select “Allowed” in the drop-down list for “M-CR610”.
Select “Allowed” in the drop-down list for “Media
programs on this PC and remote connections...”.
1
2
3
Start up Windows Media Player 11 on the PC.
4
As you did in step 3, select the icon of the device (other
PCs and mobile devices) you want to use as a media
controller, and then click “Allow”.
5
Click “OK” to finish.
Select “Media Sharing” in the “Library”.
Click the “Share my media” check box, select
“M-CR610”, and then click “Allow”.
22Sharing media stored on a NAS device
Change settings on the Network Attached Storage (NAS) device to
allow this unit and other devices (PCs and mobile devices) used as
media controllers to access the NAS. For details, see the owner’s
manual that came with the NAS.
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NAS
Operation buttons
1/3
2
Use this procedure to play music files or playlists.
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1
Prepare for playback.
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2
3
Press MUSIC SERVER.
Use ui to select the server including the file to be
played, then press ENTER.
RANDOM
4
Use ui to select the file, then press ENTER.
REPEAT
q Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 24 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
w Prepare the computer (vComputer’s operating instructions).
FAVORITES CALL
FAVORITES ADD
SEARCH
Playback starts once buffering reaches “100%”.
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Function
Playback / Pause
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forwardz
Call from the Favorite list
Registration to the Favorite list
Character search
•If the list is not in alphabetical order,
you may not be able to perform a
character search.
Random playback
Repeat playback
•Switching between Single-track repeat
and All-track repeat.
Switching the file type/bit rate, artist
name, and album title
zz This function is available while an MP3 / WAV / AAC / FLAC file is being played
back.
22Files that can be played back
See “Playing back files stored on PC or NAS” (vpage 110).
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•WMA Lossless files can be played when using a server supporting transcoding,
such as Windows Media Player Ver. 11 or later.
NOTE
•When playing back music files with your PC or NAS connected through wireless
LAN, audio may be interrupted depending on your wireless LAN environment. In
this case, play back music files with your PC or NAS connected through wired LAN.
•The order in which the tracks/files are displayed depends on the server
specifications. If the tracks/files are not displayed in alphabetical order due to the
server specifications, searching by the first letter may not work properly.
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Listening to Last.fm
•Last.fm learns what you love... and it’s a great way to discover new
music.
Your new Marantz CD Receiver is very clever. You can create a free Last.
fm profile when you start using your Marantz CD Receiver and magically
keep track of all the songs you hear.
When you sign in at http://www.last.fm, you can see your top music
charts, view thousands of reviews, biographies and artwork, and get
recommendations for local performances you won’t want to miss.
With an affordable subscription you can enjoy an endless choice of
personalized ad-free radio stations. Check out http://www.last.fm/
subscribe today for more details.
Your subscription also gives you access to Last.fm radio on a great range
of music products, including your Marantz CD Receiver. This feature is
not available in all countries.
Visit http://www.last.fm/hardware to find out more.
•Last.fm radio is not available in all countries. Please check
http://www.last.fm/hardware for more information. You’ll also need a
subscription. Get one today at http://www.last.fm/subscribe.
ONLINE
MUSIC
1/3
9
2
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uio p
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5
1
Prepare for playback.
2
Press ONLINE MUSIC to switch the input source to
“Last.fm”.
3
If you have a Last.fm account, use ui to select “I have
a Last.fm account”, then press ENTER.
Use ui to select menu and then press ENTER.
Input “Username” and “Password” then select “Login“.
The top menu for Last.fm is displayed.
•For character input, see page 81.
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Popular Stations :
•Play popular artists and tags in your area.
Your Recent Stations :
Play your recent stations.
Your stations :
•You can play tracks from the following personalized stations
(“Your Recommended Radio”, “Your Library”, “Your Friends’
Radio”, “Your Top Artists”.)
Search Stations :
•You can search station by Artist or Tag.
•Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 24 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”.
•If you do not have a Last.fm account, press i to select “I am
new to Last.fm”. Then press ENTER.
Create an account in accordance with the instructions on the
display.
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Disassociate this unit from your Last.fm account.
When you press p during playback, the following menu
appears.
Love this track :
•Loving tracks improves your Last.fm recommendations, and you
can optionally share them on popular social networks.
Ban this track :
• If you ban a track, we won’t play it again. You can undo this on
the Last.fm website.
Scrobbling :
•Scrobbling sends the tracks you played to your Last.fm account.
You can see charts of the music you’ve been listening to, get
recommendations for new music and events in your area and
share your listening tastes with your friends. You can turn this
service on or off using this option. The more you scrobble, the
better your recommendations will become.
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Log Out
Use ui to select a station, and press ENTER to start
playback.
Playback starts.
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1
While the Last.fm top menu is displayed, use ui to
select “Log Out”, then press ENTER.
2
Use ui to select “OK”, then press ENTER.
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Next
Switching the file type/bit rate, station
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Listening to Spotify
Introduce your Marantz CD Receiver to a whole new world of music. With
Spotify, you can enjoy instant access to millions of songs.
A Spotify Premium subscription is required.
For details, see the Spotify homepage.
http://www.spotify.com
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Listening to Spotify
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uio p
ENTER
1
Prepare for playback.
2
Press ONLINE MUSIC to switch the input source to
“Spotify”.
3
If you have a Spotify account, then press ENTER.
q Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 24 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
w Complete step 4 and obtain a Spotify account.
•If you already have a Spotify account, you do not need to obtain
a new account. Use your existing Spotify account.
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Input “Username” and “Password”.
•For character input, see page 81.
The types of characters that can be input are as shown below.
GLower case charactersH
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
äàáâãåæçðèéêëìíîïñöòóôõøüùúûýþÿß
GUpper case charactersH
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
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•When you enter the Spotify account and Search text, you can
use 0 – 9 to select characters with diacritical marks. You can also
select the base character and then press +10 to change diacritical
marks.
5
6
Use ui to select menu and then press ENTER.
8
Use ui to select a station, and press ENTER.
Search :
•Searches for tracks, artists and albums by entering keywords.
What’s New :
•Displays the list of the latest albums.
Starred :
•Displays the list of the starred tracks.
Playlists :
•Displays the playlists for Spotify.
Accounts :
•Manages accounts (Log out, Add new user, Switch to user).
Playback starts.
To continue, press ENTER.
The Spotify Top menu is displayed.
•To go back, press o.
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Select “Log in”, and then press ENTER.
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Operation buttons
1/3
2
When you press p during playback, the following menu
appears.
Star this track :
•Adds a star to the selected track.
Unstar this track :
•Unregister a star to the selected track.
Browse “Artist name” :
•Displays the list of albums by the artist of the track that is being
played back.
Browse “Album name” :
•Displays the list of tracks on the album that is being played back.
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Function
Playback / Pause
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Random playback
Repeat playback
Switching the artist name and album
name
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Tips
Listening to DAB/FM broadcasts
For antenna connections, see “Connecting an DAB/FM antenna”
(vpage 23).
Listening to DAB/FM broadcasts
TUNER
1
Press TUNER to select the reception band.
2
Press TUNE + or TUNE – to select the station you want
to hear.
TUNE +, –
FM : When listening to an FM broadcast.
DAB : When listening to an DAB broadcast.
•When a DAB operation is performed for the first time after
purchase, auto scanning is performed automatically.
When a station is received, the
MODE
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Changing the FM tuning mode (Tune
Mode)
Appendix
Automatically presetting FM stations
(Auto Preset)
You can change the mode for tuning into FM broadcasts. If you cannot
tune in automatically with “Auto” mode, then change the mode to
“Manual” and tune in manually.
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This unit can be preset to favorite list with a total of 50. For details on how
to use Favorite, see “Favorite function” (vpage 53).
Press MODE during FM reception.
1
Press SEARCH during FM reception.
Auto : Automatically tune to the station.
No indication : Manually tune to the station.
2
Use ui to select “Auto Preset” – “Start”, then press
ENTER.
“Search” menu appears.
The unit starts to tune in to radio stations automatically and preset
them.
•When presetting is completed, “Completed” is displayed.
Operation buttons
TUNE +, –
MODE
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Function
Tuning (up / down)
Changing tuning mode (Auto / Manual)
•To stop auto tuning, press 2.
•Broadcast stations whose antenna signals are weak cannot be preset
automatically. If you wish to preset such stations, tune them in manually.
•When all 50 items in the favorite list are registered, no additional
registrations can be made.
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RDS search
PTY search
RDS is a broadcasting service which allows a station to send additional
information along with the regular radio program signal.
Use this function to automatically tune to FM stations that provide the
RDS service.
Note that the RDS function only works when receiving RDS compatible
stations.
1
Press SEARCH during FM reception.
2
3
Use ui to select “RDS Search”, then press ENTER.
Use this function to find RDS stations broadcasting a designated program
type (PTY).
PTY identifies the type of RDS program.
The program types and their displays are as follows:
“Search” menu appears.
Press ENTER.
The search for RDS stations begins automatically.
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•The display switches between Program service name, Frequency, Program Type,
and Radio Text each time the INFO is pressed.
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NEWS
AFFAIRS
INFO
SPORT
EDUCATE
DRAMA
CULTURE
SCIENCE
VARIED
POP M
ROCK M
News
Current Affairs
Information
Sports
Education
Drama
Culture
Science
Varied
Pop Music
Rock Music
EASY M
Easy Listening
Music
LIGHT M
CLASSICS
Light Classical
Serious Classical
OTHER M
Other Music
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WEATHER
FINANCE
CHILDREN
SOCIAL
RELIGION
PHONE IN
TRAVEL
LEISURE
JAZZ
COUNTRY
NATION M
OLDIES
FOLK M
DOCUMENT
Weather
Finance
Children’s program
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
Jazz Music
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
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Press SEARCH during FM reception.
2
3
Use ui to select “PTY Search”, then press ENTER.
“Search” menu appears.
TP identifies programs that carry traffic announcements.
This allows you to easily find out the latest traffic conditions in your area
before leaving home.
Use this function to find RDS stations broadcasting traffic programs (TP
stations).
Use ui to call out the desired program type, then press
ENTER.
Automatically begin the PTY search operation.
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1
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1
Press SEARCH during FM reception.
2
Use ui to select “TP Search”, then press ENTER.
“Search” menu appears.
Automatically begin the TP search operation.
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Radio Text
RT allows RDS stations to send text messages that appear on the display.
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•When the RT mode is turned on while an RDS broadcast station not
offering an RT service is tuned in, “NO TEXT” is displayed on the display.
•The operations described below selecting “RDS Search” will not
function in areas in which there are no RDS broadcasts.
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Auto scanning DAB broadcast stations
1
2
1
Use ui to select “Start”, then press ENTER.
After “Searching” is displayed, “_ _Stations” is displayed.
This unit searches for receivable DAB stations.
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Switching the reception information for
the currently tuned in DAB station
Press SEARCH during DAB reception.
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Press INFO during DAB reception.
Dynamic Label Segment :
Text data included in the broadcast is scrolled.
Station Name :
The service station name is displayed.
Program Type :
The category of the tuned in station is displayed.
Ensemble Name :
The ensemble name is displayed.
Frequency:
The frequency is displayed.
Signal Quality :
The reception signal sensitivity is displayed (0 to 100).
•If the reception signal sensitivity is 80 or greater, the program can
be received without noise.
Audio Information :
The mode of the currently tuned in station and its bit rate are
displayed.
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Favorite function
This section provides information on the Favorite function.
•The Favorite function allows you to register your favorite broadcast
stations and files in the Favorite List in advance so that you can call and
listen to the stations or files right away, whenever you want.
•The contents that you can register and call are Internet radio station,
music server and tuner.
•Up to 50 items can be stored in the Favorite List.
CH +, –
FAVORITES
ADD/CALL
ui
0 – 9, +10
CLEAR
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Registering stations or files to the
favorites list
1
Press FAVORITES ADD while the Internet radio station
or file to register is played back.
2
Use ui to select a number to register the station or file,
and press ENTER.
Calling stations or files from the
favorites list
1
2
Press FAVORITES CALL.
3
When the prompt “Delete?” appears, press ENTER.
Use ui to select the station or file that you want to
delete, and press CLEAR.
“Deleted” is displayed and the deletion is completed.
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•Press o to cancel the operation.
Press FAVORITES CALL.
Operation buttons
FAVORITES ADD
FAVORITES CALL
CH+, CH–
ui
Use CH+, CH– or ui to select the station or file that you
want to call, and press ENTER.
The respective function starts up and playback starts.
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0 – 9, +10
•Press 0 – 9, +10 to call files registered to the Favorite list by number.
CLEAR
To switch between registered stations
and files during playback
1
Use CH+, CH– or ui.
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Deleting stations or files from the
favorite list
“Add to Favorite” is displayed and the registration is completed.
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Function
Registration to the Favorite list
Call from the Favorite list
Switch between track or file
(When playing back Favorite)
Direct call
(When Favorite list is displayed)
Delete
(When Favorite list is displayed)
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Playing iPod
FRONT USB
REAR USB
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•You can use the USB cable provided with the iPod to connect the iPod
with the unit's Front and Rear USB port and enjoy music stored on the
iPod.
•For information on the iPod models that can be played back with this
unit, see “Supported iPod / iPhone models” (vpage 22).
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Listening to music on an iPod
Connect the iPod to the USB port (vpage 21).
2
Press FRONT USB or REAR USB to switch the input
source to “Front USB” or “Rear USB”.
•The iPod display modes include “Direct iPod” and “Remote iPod”.
By default, “Direct iPod”, where you directly operate the iPod itself while looking
at the iPod screen, is set.
•To change to “Remote iPod”, where you perform operations while having the iPod
information displayed on the body. See “Setting operation mode (Remote iPod
Mode)” (vpage 57).
When you connect iPod to the Front USB port, the input source
automatically switches to “Front USB”.
NOTE
“Direct iPod” is displayed on the display of this unit.
•Depending on the type of iPod and the software version, some functions may not
operate.
•Note that Marantz will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any problems arising
with the data on an iPod when using this unit in conjunction with the iPod.
Operate iPod itself directly while seeing the iPod screen
to play back music.
22Playing the AirPlay (vpage 62)
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Setting operation mode (Remote iPod
Mode)
Operation buttons
1/3
2
In this mode, various lists and screens during playback on the iPod are
displayed on the body.
This section describes the steps up to playing back tracks on the iPod in
“Remote iPod”.
1
2
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Press MODE and display “Remote iPod”.
REPEAT
Use ui to select the file to be played, then press ENTER.
MODE
Playback starts.
Display mode
Playable
files
Active
buttons
Direct iPod
Remote iPod
Music file
P
P
Video file
z
Remote
control unit
(This unit)
P
INFO
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Function
Playback / Pause
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Random playback
Repeat playback
•Switching between Single-track repeat
and All-track repeat.
Switching between Remote iPod and
Direct iPod
Switching the artist name and album title
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•1st generation iPod nano and iPod video do not have Direct Mode support.
NOTE
iPod
P
•Marantz will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any loss of iPod data.
•Depending on the type of iPod and the software version, some functions may not
operate.
P
zz Only the sound is played.
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Charging the iPod
You can charge your iPhone/iPod by connecting it to USB port.
22Standby charging
If the unit enters power standby mode while the iPhone/iPod is
charging, the unit will switch to standby charging mode, and the
iPhone/iPod will continue to be charged. When in standby charging
mode, the power display light turns red.
When the iPhone/iPod is fully charged, the unit automatically stops
supplying power for charging and enters normal power standby mode,
and the power display light turns off.
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Appendix
Playing a USB memory device
•Playing back music stored on a USB memory device.
•Only USB memory devices conforming to mass storage class and MTP
(Media Transfer Protocol) standards can be played on this unit.
•This unit is compatible with USB memory devices in “FAT16” or
“FAT32” format.
•This unit can play back the following files.
•WMA (Windows Media Audio)
•MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
•WAV
•MPEG-4 AAC
•FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
•ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
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REAR USB
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SEARCH
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Playing files stored on USB memory
devices
1
Operation buttons
1/3
2
89
Connect the USB memory device to the USB port
(vpage 21).
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When you connect USB memory device to the Front USB port, the
input source automatically switches to “Front USB”.
2
Press FRONT USB or REAR USB to switch the input
source to “Front USB” or “Rear USB”.
3
Use ui to select the file to be played, then press ENTER.
RANDOM
REPEAT
SEARCH
Playback starts.
INFO
Tips
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Function
Playback / Pause
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forwardz
Random playback
Repeat playback
•Switching between Single-track repeat
and All-track repeat.
Character search
•If the list is not in alphabetical order, you
may not be able to perform a character
search.
Switching the artist name and album title
zz This function is available while an MP3 / WAV / AAC / FLAC file is being played
back.
NOTE
•Note that Marantz will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any problems arising
with the data on a USB memory device when using this unit in conjunction with
the USB memory device.
22Files that can be played back
See “Playing back USB memory devices” (vpage 108).
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Listening to ANALOG IN
ANALOG IN
DIGITAL IN
1
Prepare for playback.
2
Press ANALOG IN to select “Analog In 1” or “Analog
In 2”.
3
Play the component connected to this unit.
Check the connection, then turn on this units.
Listening to DIGITAL IN
1
Prepare for playback.
2
3
Press DIGITAL IN to select “Digital In”.
Check the connection, then turn on this units.
Play the component connected to this unit.
NOTE
•Only 2 channel linear PCM digital audio signals can be inputted through the
DIGITAL IN connector of this unit.
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Tips
AirPlay function
Enjoy music from your iTunes library with high quality sound anywhere in
your home.
Streaming music stored in iPhone, iPod
touch, or iPad directly to the unit
PC
If you update your “iPhone/iPod touch/iPad” to iOS 4.2.1 or later, you can
stream music stored in your “iPhone/iPod touch/iPad” directly to this unit.
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Router
1
Make the Wi-Fi settings for iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
2
Startup iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad music.
' is displayed on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad screen.
3
4
Tap the AirPlay icon '.
•For details, see your device’s manual.
Select the speaker you want to use.
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Playing iTunes music with this unit
1
Install iTunes 10, or later, on a Mac or Windows PC that
is connected to the same network as this unit.
2
Turn this unit ON.
Selecting multiple speakers (devices)
It is possible to play iTunes songs on your home’s AirPlay compatible
speakers (devices) other than those of this unit.
1
2
Set “Network Control” (vpage 87) to “On” for this unit.
NOTE
Click the AirPlay icon ' and select “Multiple”.
Check the speakers you want to use.
•When “Network Control” is set to “On”, the unit consumes more standby
power.
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AirPlay
Single
Multiple
Master Volume
Launch iTunes and click the AirPlay icon ' displayed
the window and select this unit from the list.
My Computer
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4
NOTE
Choose a song and click play in iTunes.
•In playback using the AirPlay function, the sound is output at the iPhone, iPod
touch, iPad or iTunes volume setting level.
•You should turn down the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or iTunes volume prior to
playback and then adjust it to a suitable level.
The music will stream to this unit.
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Perform iTunes playback operations
with the remote control unit of this unit
Devices Preferences
General
With this unit’s remote control unit, you can perform iTunes song play,
pause, and auto search (cue) operations.
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2
3
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Tips
Playback
Sharing
Store
Parental
Devices
Advanced
Device backups:
Select “Edit” – “Preferences...” on the menu.
Select “Devices” in the iTunes setting window.
Delete Backup ...
Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically
Check “Allow iTunes audio control from remote
speakers”, and then click “OK”.
Warn when
more than 5%
of the data on this computer will be changed
Allow iTunes audio control from remote speakers
Only allow paired or Home Sharing Remotes to control iTunes
iTunes is not paired with any Remotes
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•Source input will be switched to “AirPlay” when AirPlay playback is started.
•You can stop AirPlay playback by pressing o or choosing other input source.
•To see artist name or album title together, press INFO.
•For information about how to use iTunes, also see the Help for iTunes.
•The screen may differ depending on the OS and software versions.
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Reset Sync History
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Remote play function
22Roles each device plays
You can use your home network to play back with this unit music files
stored on PC, NAS, mobile phones and portable audio players. In this case,
you use PC, mobile phones and portable audio players for operations.
The following devices are used for Remote Play. As specified in the
DLNA standard, these devices are called DMC, DMS or DMR according
to their role.
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•The relevant devices should comply with the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance)
Ver. 1.5 standard.
•A wireless LAN environment is required for playing back music files on mobile
phones or portable audio players.
•For some mobile phones, you must install an application for DLNA music playback.
Name
Device example
Role
DMC
(Digital Media
Controller)
•PC
•Mobile phone
•Portable audio player
•Marantz Remote
App
Performs Remote Play
operations.
DMC can also play back
music files stored on these
devices.
DMS
(Digital Media
Server)
•PC
•NAS
(Network Attached
Storage)
Stores music files.
Music files stored on these
devices are played back with
DMC.
•This unit
Outputs audio of music files
played back through Remote
Play from speakers. DMR
cannot perform playback
operations.
DMR
(Digital Media
Renderer)
22Files that can be played back
See “Playing back files stored on PC or NAS” (vpage 110).
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Operations are different for each device, but the procedures for
preparing for Remote Play are the same. The preparation procedures
are shown below.
You must make settings on DMC and DMS for Remote Play. Make
the following settings. Also see the owner’s manual of each device for
settings.
22Settings on PC and NAS
Make settings on PC and NAS to exchange data with DMR devices.
For settings, see “Applying media sharing settings” (vpage 38).
22Settings on mobile phones
You must install an application for DLNA music playback on your
mobile phone to perform operations on DMS and this unit (DMR) with
your mobile phone. The applicable application differs according to your
mobile phone.
1
Turn on this unit.
2
Display the music file playback screen on DMC.
3
Select the friendly name of this unit for the item that
sets the playback device on the playback screen.
4
•Some mobile phones support DLNA music playback with the factory settings.
See the owner’s manual of your mobile phone.
22Settings on portable audio players
•For PC, open Windows Media Player 12, etc.
•For mobile phones, switch to the music file playback mode.
Start playing back a music file on DMC.
•The function on this unit automatically switches to Music Server
and the Remote Play mark
appears on the display. Remote
Play starts.
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Make settings so that this unit (DMR) can play back music files stored
on your portable audio player. For settings, see the owner’s manual of
your portable player.
•Press o to exit Remote Play mode.
NOTE
•During Remote Play, you cannot perform playback operations with this unit. Use
the DMC device for these operations.
22Settings on this unit
Connect this unit to the DLNA network. You do not need to make other
settings.
For the network connection, see the provided Quick Setup Guide,
“Connecting to a home network (LAN)” (vpage 24) and “Settings”
(vpage 88).
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•Make sure that this unit is connected to the network.
•The default friendly name of this unit is “Marantz M-CR610”.
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22Remote Play operations
Settings required for each device
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Web control function
You can control this unit from a web control screen on a web browser.
Controlling the unit from a web control
PC
Router
This unit
1
Switch the “Network Control” (vpage 87) setting
to “On”.
2
Check the IP address of this unit with “Network
Information” (vpage 87).
[Network information ]
IP Address
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•This unit and the Computer need to be connected to the network properly
(vpage 24 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”) in order to use the web
control function.
•Depending on the settings of your security-related software, you may not be able
to access this unit from your PC. If this is the case, then change the settings of the
security-related software.
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Checking the IP address.
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5
Enter the IP address of this unit in browser’s address
box.
For example, if the IP address of this unit is “192.168.0.2”, enter
“http://192.168.0.2”.
http://192.168.0.2
w
Bonjour
NETWORK
apple
Yahoo! Japan
FIRMWARE
e
r
Please select the menu.
YouTube Wikipedia news(45)
Please select the menu.
FIRMWARE
e Click when you setup network settings.
(vGExample 1H)
r Click when you update firmware (vpage 85)
q Entering the IP address.
wIf you are using the Safari web browser, you can select
“Bonjour” and directly access the unit’s web control screen
from the overview section.
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•By adding this unit’s IP address to the browser’s bookmark, you can display
the web control screen using the bookmark function the next time you
use the browser. If you are using a DHCP server and “Network Control”
(vpage 87) is set to “Off”, turning the power on/off changes the IP
address.
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When the top menu is displayed, click on the menu item
you want to operate.
NETWORK
q
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Operate.
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FIRMWARE
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7
GExample 1H Network Setting 1
NETWORK
Friendly Name
Marantz M-CR610
NETWORK
t
Set
FIRMWARE
y
Set Default
Network Connection
Select Connection
Select Connection
[+]DHCP or Proxy
Operate.
u
o
nn Network connection settings
u Click to change the network connection method. If you select
“Wi-Fi”, a new item will appear on-screen.
(vGExample 2H)
i Click to change DHCP/proxy settings.
(vGExample 2H)
o Click to connect using the newly applied settings.
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Wi-Fi
Manual
MARANTZ
None
Q0
Key1
ON
OFF
192.168.000.001
255.255.255.000
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
ON
OFF
Address
Name
000.000.000.000
00000
Test Connection
•To apply network connection settings, click “Test Connection” after
making changes.
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NETWORK
Friendly Name
Marantz M-CR610
nn Friendly Name setting
t To change the Friendly Name, enter the new name in the text
box and click “Set”.
y To reset the Friendly Name, click “Set Default”.
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Network Connection
Select Connection
Wi-Fi Setup
Manual
S SID
Security
Security Key
Defaullt Key
[-]DHCP or Proxy
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Proxy
Address Or Name
Address
Port
i
Test Connection
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22Update on web screen
nn Network connection settings
Q0Various items will be displayed if you selected “Wi-Fi” in
Example 1. Select or input items as necessary, and then click
“Test Connection” to apply the changes.
•Items displayed may vary depending on selected items and
connection status.
•After selecting each item, wait a moment for the display to
be updated.
Q1Displayed if “DHCP” or “Proxy” is selected in Example 1.
When changing DHCP/proxy settings, input or select for each
item.
Firmware can be updated using the “Web control function”
(vpage 67).
“Web control function” (vpage 67) settings must be completed in
advance on a PC belonging to the same network.
For information on obtaining update files, please contact our customer
service center.
1
Click r from step 5 for the “Web control function”
(vpage 67).
The PC will display the following screen.
Wait for approximately 1 minute.
You can also gain access by entering the IP address shown by the
unit into a web browser.
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•To apply network connection settings, click “Test Connection” after
making changes.
GThe web displayH
FIRMWARE
Please wait...
Now,go to the new IP displayed in the body.
If do not move the page within 1 minute,please refer to IP.
GThe unit’s displayH
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When the following screen is displayed by the PC, click
the “Choose File” (q) button, select the update file, and
click the “Upload” (w) button.
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When the following screen is displayed, updating is
complete.
Firmware
Firmware
New Firmware:
xxx.fw
Upload new firmware
Choose File
Firmware upload status: 100% completed.
The upload process finished successfully.
Please close this.
Upload
q
w
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•Button names may vary depending on the OS language used on your
computer.
When the following screen is displayed, click the “OK”
(e) button.
Updating will begin.
Firmware
Warning:
Once started,the upload process cannot be interrupted or adorted,
in order to ensure the integrity of the Digital Media Player.
Are you sure you want to proceed?
OK
e
NOTE
•Do not operate the unit while updating is in progress.
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Other functions
SLEEP
CLOCK
Listening to music in two locations using a multi-drive
connection (vpage 73)
DIMMER
Adjusting the tone (vpage 75)
Sleep timer function (vpage 76)
Checking the current time (vpage 76)
DBB/
TONE
Switching the display’s brightness (vpage 76)
uio p
ENTER
SETUP
SPEAKER
A/B
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Listening to music in two locations using a multi-drive connection
You can listen to music in different rooms using this unit with two pairs of
speaker systems.
22Connecting the speaker cables
M-CR610
Carefully check the left (L) and right (R) channels and + (red) and
– (black) polarities on the speakers being connected to the unit, and be
sure to connect the channels and polarities correctly.
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22Selecting speakers to output audio
You can set up this unit to output audio from Speakers A, Speakers B,
or both.
1
Press SPEAKER A/B.
2
Press SPEAKER A/B again to change the settings.
The current setting is displayed.
Speakers A are On : Outputs audio from Speakers A only.
Speakers B are On : Outputs audio from Speakers B only.
Both Speakers A and B are On : Outputs audio from both Speakers
A and Speakers B.
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•When using this connection, also set “Bi-Amp” in the menu to “Disable”
(vpage 83).
•With the output of Speaker A fixed, the audio level of Speaker B can be adjusted
within the range –6 dB to +6 dB (vpage 84 “Volume Offset”).
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Adjusting the tone
1
Press DBB/TONE to select the tone parameter to be
adjusted.
2
Use ui to adjust the “Dynamic Bass Boost”, “Bass”,
“Treble”, “Balance” or “Source Direct”.
nn Balance
Use o p to adjust the left/right volume balance.
nn Source Direct
The tone is not adjusted.
On / Off (Default)
nn Dynamic Bass Boost
Emphasizes the bass sound with 10dB boost.
On / Off (Default)
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•“Dynamic Bass Boost”, “Bass”, “Treble” or “Response” settings are disabled
when the audio source has a sampling frequency over 176.4 kHz.
nn Bass
Adjusts the bass sound.
–10dB – +10dB (Default : 0dB)
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nn Treble
Adjusts the treble sound.
–10dB – +10dB (Default : 0dB)
•To make other tone adjustments at this time, press DBB/TONE.
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Checking the current time
You can have the power automatically switched to standby once a set
time has elapsed. This is convenient for listening while going to sleep.
1
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22Checking the current time when the power is
on
Press SLEEP and display the time you want to set.
Press CLOCK.
•Press once more and the display returns to its original condition.
•The OFF indicator on the display lights.
•You can set the sleep timer in the range from 10 to 90 minutes in
steps of 10 minutes.
22Checking the current time when the power is
set to standby
22To cancel the sleep timer
Press CLOCK.
•The current time is displayed for 30 seconds.
Press SLEEP to set “Sleep 1 Off”.
The OFF indicator on the display turns off.
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•The time cannot be set when in the standby mode. Turn on the power first.
•The sleep timer is also cancelled when this unit is set to the standby mode.
•To check the time remaining until the sleep timer is activated, press SLEEP.
Switching the display’s brightness
1
Press DIMMER.
•The display brightness is adjusted each time DIMMER is pressed.
100% (Default) / 75% / 50% / 25% / Off
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•If you operate the buttons when the display’s brightness is set to “Off”, the display
temporarily lights at the 25% brightness level.
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Menu map
For menu operations, see the following page.
By default, this unit has recommended settings defined. You can customize this unit based on your existing system and your preferences.
22Quick Setup
Setting items
Quick Setup
Description
Performs the network settings using a Wizard style window.
For details on the operations, see the separate “Quick Setup Guide”.
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22General
Setting items
Description
Page
Alarm
Sets the timer playback.
82
Clock
Sets the current time.
83
Speaker Configuration
Indicate speaker presence and select speaker size categories based on bass reproduction capability.
83
Bi-Amp
Sets the Bi-Amp mode.
83
Response
Set the output frequency characteristics.
83
Volume Offset
Adjusts the audio level of Speaker B based on the output of Speaker A.
84
Language
Sets the language for display the menu.
84
Auto-Standby
Sets the unit power to standby when the unit is not in use.
84
Firmware
Set whether or not to check for firmware update, update the firmware, and display update and upgrade notifications.
85
Update
Update the firmware of Marantz CD Receiver.
85
Notifications
Set the Update, Upgrade and Alerts notification on/off.
85
Add New Feature
Display new features that can be downloaded to this unit and perform an upgrade.
86
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22Network
Setting items
Description
Page
Network Information
Displays various information about the network.
87
Network Control
Performs the ON/OFF settings for the network function when in standby mode.
87
Friendly Name
Edits a name displayed on the Internet.
87
Last.fm Display
Disables the display of Last.fm on the menu.
87
Settings
Performs the settings for a wired or wireless LAN.
88
Performs the settings for a wired LAN.
88
When making wired
connection
DHCP (On) or DHCP (Off) Performs the DHCP setting.
88
IP Addressz
Performs the IP address setting.
88
Subnet Maskz
Performs the subnet mask setting.
88
Gatewayz
Performs the gateway setting.
88
Primary DNSz
Performs the primary DNS setting.
88
Secondary DNSz
Performs the secondary DNS setting.
88
Proxy
Performs the proxy setting.
88
Test Connection
Performs the wired LAN connection.
88
Performs the wireless LAN connection setting.
89
Selects and sets the wireless connections from the access point list.
89
When making Wi-Fi
connection
Auto-Scan
WPS (Wi-Fi
Setup)
Protected Sets the wireless connection using WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup).
89
Web Browser Setup
Sets the wireless connection using web browser.
89
Manual
Sets the wireless connection manually.
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zz Displayed when the “DHCP” setting is “Off” (vpage 88).
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22DAB (Only displayed when DAB Source is selected.)
Setting items
Description
Page
Tuning Aid
Displays the reception sensitivity for DAB antenna installation.
91
Station Order
Sets the order of broadcasting stations to be displayed.
91
DRC
Sets dynamic range control.
91
DAB Initialize
Resets the DAB modules.
91
DAB Version
Displays DAB module version.
91
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Menu operation
TOP MENU
uio p
ENTER
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1
Press SETUP.
2
Use uio p to select the menu to be set or operated,
then press ENTER.
3
4
Use ui to change to desired setting.
The menu is displayed.
Press ENTER to enter the setting.
•To return to the previous item, press o.
•Exiting the Menu, press SETUP while the menu is displayed.
The menu display disappears.
•To back to the top of the menu, during menu operation, press
TOP MENU.
SETUP
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Inputting characters
On this unit, you can change the name displayed on the following menu to the names that you prefer.
•Character Search (vpage 35, 39, 60)
•Friendly Name (vpage 87)
•Character input for the network functions (vpage 35, 42, 44)
Using the number buttons
1
2
Using the cursor buttons
Display the menu for inputting characters.
Use o p to move the cursor to the character you want
to change.
1
2
3
Press +10 to select the character type (upper case, lower
case, or numeric characters).
3
Use ui to change the character.
4
Press 0 – 9, +10 until the desired character is displayed.
5
Display the menu for inputting characters.
mnoMNO6
abcABC2
pqrsPQRS7
defDEF3
tuvTUV8
ghiGHI4
wxyzWXYZ9
jklJKL5
0 (Space) ! “ # $ % & ‘ ( ) z + ,
;<=>?[\]^`{|}
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Repeat steps 2 and 3 to change the name then press
ENTER to register it.
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Repeat steps 2 – 4 to change the name then press ENTER
to register it.
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•The types of characters that can be input are as shown below.
GLower case charactersH
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
GUpper case charactersH
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
GSymbolsH ! “ # $ % & ‘ ( ) z + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ ` { | } ˜
GNumbersH 0123456789 (Space)
•The types of characters that can be input are as shown below.
[email protected]_/:˜
Use o p to move the cursor to the character you want
to change.
•Press CLEAR to delete the character.
•Press 9 to insert a space.
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Make various other settings.
22Edit Alarm
Alarm
Edit the once alarm and everyday alarm.
Set the once alarm and everyday alarm.
22Once
Time display : Set the once alarm to on.
Off : Set the once alarm to off.
22Everyday
Time display : Set the everyday alarm to on.
Off : Set the everyday alarm to off.
1
2
Use ui to select the alarm mode, then press ENTER.
3
4
Use ui to select the input source, then press ENTER.
Use ui to setting for the alarm start time, then press
ENTER.
Use ui to select the volume level “00 – 60”, then press
ENTER.
The display shows “Complete!!” and the setting is completed.
•The standby indicator lights orange when the unit is switched to
standby mode in this state.
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•If the unit or remote control is not operated for 90 minutes or more when the alarm
is set to on, the standby mode is activated.
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Speaker Configuration
You can set up the Bi-Amp function, speakers to use, and the properties
of speakers.
22Set the current time
You can automatically adjust the clock of this unit using the Internet.
22Bi-Amp
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You can use the Speakers A/B terminals to output audio from speakers
compatible with Bi-Amp drive.
•To use this function, the unit must be connected to the Internet.
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2
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Use ui to select your time zone, then press ENTER.
Enable : The Bi-Amp function is enabled.
Disable (Default) : The Bi-Amp function is disabled. You can switch
between Speakers A and B.
Use ui to select the summer time, then press ENTER.
22Response
On : Set the summer time to on.
Off (Default) : Set the summer time to off.
Set the output frequency characteristics.
Flat (Default) : Properties are flat.
Response 1 : Cuts low frequencies 60 Hz or under by –12 dB/oct.
Response 2 : Cuts low frequencies 100 Hz or under by –12 dB/oct.
Response 3 : Cuts low frequencies 60 Hz or under by –12 dB/oct.
Also, raises the 400 Hz region by 3 dB.
Response 4 : Cuts low frequencies 100 Hz or under by –12 dB/oct.
Also, raises the 400 Hz region by 3 dB.
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Auto-Standby
With the output of Speaker A fixed, the audio level of Speaker B can be
adjusted within the range –6 dB to +6 dB.
When this unit is in the stop state and there is no input signal and operation
for 15 minutes, it automatically enters the standby mode.
For the input source “Analog In 1”, “Analog In 2”,“Tuner” and “Direct
iPod” only, when no operation is performed for eight hours, this unit
automatically enters the standby mode.
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•When using this setting, also set “Bi-Amp” in the menu to “Disable”
(vpage 83).
–6dB – +6dB (Default : 0dB)
On (Default) : The unit goes into standby after 15 minutes.
Off : The unit does not go into standby automatically.
Language
Set the language for display on the menu.
English (Default) / Deutsch / Français / Italiano / Nederlands / Español
/ Svenska /
/ Polski
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22Notifications
Firmware
Set whether or not to check for firmware update, update the firmware,
and display update, upgrade and alert notifications.
Notification messages are displayed in the screen when the power is
switched on when new firmware can be used, or when there are other
notification messages.
22Update
Update
Update the firmware of Marantz CD Receiver.
On (Default) : Display update message.
Off : Do not display update message.
Check for Update : Check for firmware updates. You can also check
approximately how long it will take to complete
an update.
Update Start : Execute the update process.
Upgrade
On (Default) : Display upgrade message.
Off : Do not display upgrade message.
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•If updating fails, the set automatically retries, but if updating is still not
possible, one of the messages shown below is displayed. If the display reads
as shown below, check the settings and network environment, then update
again.
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On (Default) : Displays notification messages from Marantz in the
popup menu.
Off : Does not display notification messages from Marantz in the popup
menu.
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Tips
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Notes concerning use of “Update” and “Add New Feature”
Display new features that can be downloaded to this unit and perform
an upgrade.
Upgrade Package : Display the items to be upgraded.
Upgrade Status : Display a list of the additional functions provided by
the upgrade.
Upgrade Start : E
xecute the upgrade process. When the upgrade
starts, the display is shut down. During the upgrade,
the amount of upgrade time which has elapsed is
displayed.
Upgrade ID : The ID number shown on the display is needed when
carrying out the procedure.
•In order to add new functions, the environment and settings required
for connecting to broadband internet are needed (vpage 24).
•Perform the add new feature operation after at least 2 minutes has
elapsed since turning this unit’s power on.
•Do not turn off the power until updating or upgrading is completed.
•Even with a broadband connection to the Internet, approximately
20 minutes is required for the updating/upgrading procedure to be
completed.
•Once updating/upgrade starts, normal operations on this unit cannot
be performed until updating/upgrading is completed.
•Furthermore, updating/upgrading the firmware may reset the backup
data for the parameters, etc. set for this unit.
•When the update or upgrade failed with a message such as “Update
failed” and “Download failed”, remove and re-insert the power cord.
“Update Retry” appears on the display and update restarts from the
point at which update failed. If the error continues despite this, check
the network environment.
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•See the Marantz website for details about upgrades.
•When the procedure is complete, “Registered” is displayed in this menu and
upgrades can be carried out. If the procedure has not been carried out, “Not
Registered” is displayed.
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•Information regarding the “Update” function and “Add New Feature” will be
announced on the Marantz web site each time related plans are defined.
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Network
To use this unit by connecting it to a home network (LAN), you must configure network settings.
If you set up your home network via DHCP, set “DHCP” to “On” (use the default setting). This allows this unit to use your home network.
If you assign an IP address for each device, you must use the “IP Address” setting to assign an IP address to this unit and enter the information about
your home network such as the gateway address and subnet mask.
Network Information
Friendly Name
Display network information.
Friendly Name / DHCP On or Off / IP Address / MAC Address / SSIDz
The Friendly Name (personalized name) is the name of this unit displayed
on the network.
zz This is displayed only while a Wi-Fi connection is enabled.
22Select Name
Selects Friendly Name from the list.
AV Room / Bedroom / Dining Room / Family Room /
Guest Room / Kids Room / Kitchen / Living Room / Office /
Marantz M-CR610 (Default) / Other
Network Control
Enables network communication in standby power mode.
On : Network is on during standby. Main unit operable with a network
compatible controller.
Off (Default) : S
uspend network function during standby.
•When you select “Other”, you can change the Friendly Name
according to your preferences.
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•The default Friendly Name on first use is “Marantz M-CR610”.
•Up to 63 characters can be input.
•For character input, see page 81.
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•Set to “On” when using the web control function or a network compatible
controller.
NOTE
Last.fm Display
•When “Network Control” is set to “On”, it consumes more standby power.
Set whether or not to display Last.fm item on the menu.
Show (Default) : Last.fm items will be displayed.
Hide : Last.fm items will not be displayed.
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nn Subnet Mask
Settings
When connecting an xDSL modem or connector adapter directly to this
unit, input the subnet mask indicated in the documentation supplied by
your provider. Normally input 255.255.255.0.
You can make detailed settings for the network.
To change the network environment, perform “Quick Setup”. (For details
on the operations, see the separate “Quick Setup Guide”.)
•If you are using a broadband router (DHCP function), there is no need
to make the settings at “IP Address” and “Proxy”, since the DHCP
function is set to “On” in this unit’s default settings.
•Only set “Settings” when connecting to a network without a DHCP
function.
nn Gateway
When connected to a gateway (router), input its IP address.
nn Primary DNS, Secondary DNS
If there is only one DNS address indicated in the documentation
supplied by your provider, input it at “Primary DNS”. If two or more
DNS are provided by your provider, enter both “Primary DNS” and
“Secondary DNS”.
22When making wired connection
nn DHCP
nn Proxy
Selects how to connect to the network.
Make this setting when connecting to the Internet via a proxy server.
Make the proxy settings only when you connect to the Internet via
a proxy server that is on your internal network or provided by your
provider, etc.
On (Default) : Configure the network settings automatically from your
router.
Off : C
onfigure the network settings manually.
Proxy (Off) or Proxy (On) : Set the proxy server.
Proxy (Address) or Proxy (Name) : Select when inputting by address
or domain name.
Address or Name : Inputting address or domain name. Up to 38
characters can be input.
Port : Enter port number.
nn IP Address
Set the IP address within the ranges shown below.
• The Network Audio function cannot be used if other IP addresses
are set.
CLASS A: 10.0.0.1 – 10.255.255.254
CLASS B: 172.16.0.1 – 172.31.255.254
CLASS C: 192.168.0.1 – 192.168.255.254
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•If you cannot connect to the Internet, recheck “Connecting to a home
network (LAN)” (vpage 24).
•If you do not understand about Internet connection, contact your ISP (Internet
Service Provider) or the store from which you purchased your computer.
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22When making Wi-Fi connection
1
Auto Scan / WPS(PIN) / Web Browser Setup / Manual
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2
Set this PIN code to the register.
nn Web Browser Setup
nn Auto-Scan
Use a web browser to set up Wi-Fi.
A Wi-Fi device that can perform web browse operations is required.
This automatically searches for networks.
From the list of the networks, select the one you want
to connect to.
1
2
3
When the network you want to connect to is not detected, select
“Rescan”.
Make the following settings.
Default Key : Select the default key.
•When connecting to a “WEP” encrypted network, “Default Key”
menu is displayed.
Password : Input the password.
DHCP / Proxy : M
ake settings for DHCP / Proxy (vpage 88).
Test Connection : T
est the connection.
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From the list of the networks, select the one you want
to connect to.
When the network you want to connect to is not detected, select
“Rescan”.
•If a LAN cable is connected, remove it.
•See the Quick Setup Guide for details on how to connect to Wi-Fi using the
Wi-Fi CONNECT button on the rear panel.
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nn WPS (PIN code method)
In this menu, Wi-Fi settings and connections can be made using any of
the four connection methods.
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Select Web Browser Setup.
Press ENTER.
Select Wi-Fi network called “Marantz M-CR610” from
your Wi-Fi device.
The IP address appears on the unit.
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See Step 4 of the Web Control function (vpage 68).
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Sets the wireless connection manually.
SSID : Input the name of the wireless network (SSID).
Security : Select the encryption method according to the encryption
setting of the access point you are using.
Password : Input the password.
Default Key : Select the default key.
•When connecting to a “WEP” encrypted network, “Default Key”
menu is displayed.
DHCP / Proxy : M
ake settings for DHCP / Proxy (vpage 88).
Test Connection : T
est the connection.
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DAB
Making the DAB settings.
22DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Making the DAB settings
Compress dynamic range (difference between loud and soft sounds).
22Tuning Aid
Off / 1/2 / 1
The reception sensitivity of the currently tuned in frequency is
displayed.
•The program can be received without noise when the cursor move to
the right of the sensitivity display.
22DAB Initialize
When the “DAB Initialize” procedure is performed, all the preset
memory settings for the stations and DABs are reset.
22DAB Version
22Station Order
The DAB module’s version is displayed.
The service list is created with the auto scan function.
Multiplex : In order of frequency
Alphanumeric : In alphabetical order
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22Tips.....................................................................(93)
22Troubleshooting...............................................(94)
Simple operations in the power off state..........................................(93)
Power does not turn on / Power is turned off...................................(94)
Simple operations for iPod/USB........................................................(93)
Indicator is flashing............................................................................(94)
I only want to recharge my iPod........................................................(93)
Operations cannot be performed through the
remote control unit............................................................................(95)
Specifying the iPod track with the alarm function.............................(93)
Display on this unit shows nothing...................................................(95)
Specifying the desired track with the alarm function........................(93)
No sound comes out.........................................................................(96)
Change to summer time...................................................................(93)
Changing or resetting the network environment..............................(93)
Desired sound does not come out....................................................(97)
I want to set the optimized listening environment after changing
the configuration/position of the speakers or changing a speaker
to a new one.....................................................................................(93)
Cannot playback CDs........................................................................(99)
Sound is interrupted or noise occurs.................................................(97)
iPod cannot be played back.............................................................(100)
USB memory devices cannot be played back.................................(101)
File names on the iPod/USB memory device are not
displayed properly...........................................................................(102)
The Internet radio cannot be played back.......................................(102)
An Error message is displayed by Last.fm......................................(103)
Music files on PC or NAS cannot be played back...........................(104)
Cannot connect by Wi-Fi.................................................................(105)
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Simple operations in the power off state
•When a input source select buttons, 1/3, FAVORITES CALL or 5 button is pressed, the operation is performed at the same time as the unit switches
on (vpage 28, 30, 53).
•When the Network Control function is set to “On”, you can perform playback, or other operations through AirPlay, App or the web control function
(vpage 62, 67, 87).
Simple operations for iPod/USB
•When connected to the Front USB, the Input Source automatically changes and playback begins (vpage 56).
I only want to recharge my iPod
•Connect the iPod to this unit when the unit power is on. Then turn the unit power off, and the iPod will continue to charge until fully charged
(vpage 58).
•When connected to the rear USB, the iPod can be charged without the current Input Source changing (vpage 56).
Specifying the iPod track with the alarm function
•In the power off state after setting the alarm, pause the iPod playback of the track you want to use (vpage 82).
•When using alarm playback on an iPod touch or iPhone, set the iPod touch or iPhone to “Sleep” mode. If the power is switched off using the power off
operation, alarm playback cannot be used.
Specifying the desired track with the alarm function
•After registering the desired track in NAS, etc., register the track in the favorites and then specify the track in the alarm settings (vpage 82).
Change to summer time
•Select Setup – “General” – “Clock” and configure the settings (vpage 83).
Changing or resetting the network environment
•Prepare the provided Quick Setup Guide, and run Setup – “Quick Setup”. For detailed settings, run Setup – “Network” – “Settings” (vpage 88).
I want to set the optimized listening environment after changing the configuration/position of the speakers or
changing a speaker to a new one.
•Select Setup – “General” – “Speaker Configuration” – Response and configure the settings (vpage 83).
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Troubleshooting
If a problem should arise, first check the following:
1. Are the connections correct?
2. Is the set being operated as described in the owner’s manual?
3. Are the other devices operating properly?
If this unit does not operate properly, check the items listed in the table below. Should the problem persist, there may be a malfunction.
In this case, disconnect the power immediately and contact your store of purchase.
22Power does not turn on / Power is turned off
Symptom
Cause/Solution
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•Check whether the power plug is correctly inserted into the power outlet.
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Power automatically turns off.
•The sleep timer is set. Turn on the power again.
•“Auto-Standby” is set. “Auto-Standby” is triggered when there is no operation for a set
amount of time. To disable “Auto-Standby”, set “Auto-Standby” on the menu to “Off”.
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22LED is flashing
Cause/Solution
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Flashing red
Symptom
•The amplifier circuit in the unit has malfunctioned. Disconnect the power and contact the
repair center.
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Flashing orange
•The clock is incorrect because the AC was temporarily switched off, etc. Check the network
connection and adjust the clock.
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22Operations cannot be performed through the remote control unit
Symptom
Operations cannot be performed
through the remote control unit.
Cause/Solution
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•Batteries are worn out. Replace with new batteries.
•Operate the remote control unit within a distance of about 7 m from this unit and at an angle
of within 30°.
•Remove any obstacle between this unit and the remote control unit.
•Insert the batteries in the proper direction, checking the q and w marks.
•The set’s remote control sensor is exposed to strong light (direct sunlight, inverter type
fluorescent bulb light, etc.). Move the set to a place in which the remote control sensor will
not be exposed to strong light.
•When using a 3D video device, the remote control unit of this unit may not function due to
effects of infrared communications between units (such as TV and glasses for 3D viewing). In
this case, adjust the direction of units with the 3D communications function and their distance
to ensure they do not affect operations from the remote control unit of this unit.
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22Display on this unit shows nothing
Symptom
Display is off.
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•Press DIMMER on the remote control, and change the setting to anything other than “Display
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22No sound comes out
Symptom
No sound comes out of speakers.
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•Check the connections for all devices.
•Insert connection cables all the way in.
•Check that input connectors and output connectors are not reversely connected.
•Check cables for damage.
•Check that speaker cables are properly connected. Check that cable core wires come in
contact with the metal part on speaker terminals. Also, securely tighten speaker terminals.
Check speaker terminals for looseness.
•Check that a proper input source is selected.
•Adjust the master volume.
•Cancel the mute mode.
•Check that the correct input source is selected when audio is being input to this unit from an
external device.
•Check the digital audio output settings of the connected device. The initial settings may be
off depending on the device.
•Only 2-channel linear PCM can be input as the digital audio signal to the DIGITAL IN connector
of this unit.
•Only Speakers A or Speakers B may be selected. Check that the speakers are connected
correctly, and press the SPEAKER A/B button to confirm.
•No sound is output from the speakers when headphones are connected.
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22Desired sound does not come out
Symptom
Cause/Solution
Left/right volume balance is
unbalanced
•Press the DBB/TONE button on the remote control to adjust the balance.
Cannot switch between Speakers A/B •The Bi-Amp settings are enabled. Disable the Bi-Amp settings.
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No sound from the sub woofer.
•Check the sub woofer connections.
•Switch the sub woofer power on.
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Set values are not reflected in
“Dynamic Bass Boost”, “Bass”,
“Treble” or “Response”.
•“Dynamic Bass Boost”, “Bass”, “Treble” or “Response” settings are disabled when the
audio source has a sampling frequency over 176.4 kHz.
•“Response” setting values are not reflected in headphone out, Audio out or subwoofer out.
•“Dynamic Bass Boost”, “Bass” or “Treble” setting values are not reflected in Audio out or
subwoofer out.
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22Sound is interrupted or noise occurs
Cause/Solution
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During playback from the Internet
radio or USB memory device, sound
is occasionally interrupted.
Symptom
•When the transfer speed of the USB memory device is slow, sound may occasionally be
interrupted.
•The network communication speed is slow or the radio station is busy.
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When making a call on iPhone, noise
occurs in audio output on this unit.
•When making a call, keep a distance of 20 cm or longer between iPhone and this unit.
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Noise often occurs in DAB/FM
broadcasting.
•Change the antenna orientation or position.
•Use an FM outdoor antenna.
•Separate the antenna from other connection cables.
Noise often occurs in DAB
broadcasting.
•Check the reception sensitivity of the currently tuned in frequency.
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Sound cuts out when using Wi-Fi
connection.
•If nearby devices cause playback to cut out due to electronic interference, switch to a wired
LAN connection.
•Particularly when you play back large music files, depending on your wireless LAN environment,
the playback sound may be interrupted. In this case, make the wired LAN connection.
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22Cannot playback CDs
Symptom
Cause/Solution
Cannot playback when the play button •The disc is dirty or scratched. Either clean the disc, or insert a different disc.
is pressed, or cannot correctly play
back a specific part of the disc.
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Cannot playback CD-R/CD-RW.
•CDs cannot be played back unless they have been finalized. Use a finalized disc.
•This may be caused by poor recording conditions, or the disc itself may be of poor quality. Use
a correctly recorded disc.
•The DATA CD playback function of this unit only supports playback of MP3 and WMA files.
“Unsupported” is displayed.
•“Unsupported” is displayed if a disc that cannot be played is loaded.
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“No Disc” is displayed.
•“No Disc” is displayed if the disc is loaded upside-down or if no disc is loaded.
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22iPod cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause/Solution
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•When using iPod by connecting it to the USB port, some iPod variations are not supported.
•When iPod is connected by using a USB cable other than the genuine cable, iPod may not be
recognized. Use a genuine USB cable.
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•This unit and PC / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad are not connected to the same network (LAN).
The AirPlay icon ' is not displayed
Connect it to the same LAN as this unit.
on iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad.
•The firmware on iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad is not compatible with AirPlay. Update the
firmware to the latest version.
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iPod cannot be connected.
Audio is not output.
•The volume on iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad is set to the minimum level. The volume on
iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad is linked with the volume on this unit. Set a proper volume
level.
•The AirPlay playback is not performed, or this unit is not selected. Click the AirPlay icon ' on
the iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad screen and select this unit.
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Audio is interrupted during the AirPlay •Quit the application running in the background of the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, and then play
playback on iPhone / iPod touch /
using AirPlay.
iPad.
•Some external factors may be affecting the wireless connection. Modify the network
environment by taking measures such as shortening the distance from the wireless LAN
access point.
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iTunes cannot be played back through •Enable the “Allow iTunes control from remote speakers” setting on iTunes. Then, you can
the remote control unit.
perform playback, pause, and skip operations through the remote control unit.
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22USB memory devices cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause/Solution
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•The set cannot recognize a USB memory device. Disconnect and reconnect the USB memory
device.
•USB memory devices of a mass storage class or those compatible with MTP are supported.
•This unit does not support a connection through a USB hub. Connect the USB memory device
directly to the USB port.
•The USB memory device must be formatted to FAT16 or FAT32.
•Not all USB memory devices are guaranteed to work. Some USB memory devices are not
recognized. When using a type of portable hard disc drive compatible with the USB connection
that requires power from an AC adapter, use the AC adapter that came with the drive.
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•Files of a type not supported by this unit are not displayed.
•This unit can display a file structure with up to 8 levels and up to 5000 subfolders and files in
total. Modify the folder structure of the USB memory device.
•When multiple partitions exist on the USB memory device, only files on the first partition are
displayed.
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Files on a USB memory device cannot •Files are created in a format that is not supported by this unit. Check the formats supported
be played.
by this unit.
•You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files that are copyright protected
cannot be played on this unit.
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“No Connection” is displayed.
Files on the USB memory device are
not displayed.
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22File names on the iPod/USB memory device are not displayed properly
Symptom
The file names are not displayed
properly (“...”, etc.).
Cause/Solution
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•Characters that cannot be displayed are used. This is not a malfunction. On this unit, characters
that cannot be displayed are replaced with a “.” (period).
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22The Internet radio cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause/Solution
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The broadcasting station list is not
displayed.
•The LAN cable is not properly connected, or the network is disconnected. Check the
connection status.
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Internet Radio cannot be played.
•The selected radio station is broadcasting in a format that is not supported by this unit.
Formats that can be played back in this unit are MP3, WMA and AAC.
•The firewall function is enabled on the router. Check the firewall setting.
•The IP address is not properly set.
•Check the power of the router is on.
•To obtain the IP address automatically, enable the DHCP server function on the router. Also,
set the DHCP setting to “On” on this unit.
•To obtain the IP address manually, set the IP address and proxy on this unit.
•Some radio stations broadcast silently during some time period. In this case, no audio is
output. Wait for a while and select the same radio station, or select another radio station.
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Cannot connect to favorite radio
stations.
•Radio station is not currently in service. Register radio stations in service.
For some radio stations, “Connection •The selected radio station is not in service. Select a radio station in service.
down” is displayed and station cannot
be connected to.
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22An Error message is displayed by Last.fm
Symptom
Cause/Solution
•Login authentication error.
Cannot login to Last.fm.
(“Subscription required” is displayed.) •If a nonsubscriber user accesses it. Or when the listening limitation exceeds it.
•Enter the correct username and password and retry login.
•You need to be a paid Last.fm subscriber to listen to this.
•Visit www.last.fm/subscribe to upgrade.
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Cannot play back music.
(“Library empty” is displayed.)
•No music data to be played back.
•Visit www.last.fm/download and install the Scrobbler to add the music you’ve played to your
profile and make this feature work.
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Cannot play back music.
(“No more tracks” is displayed.)
•When you played all tunes of the playlist.
•Select another playlist.
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Cannot access the Last.fm.
(“No network Connection” is
displayed.)
•Cannot connect to the network.
•Check the network environment.
Cannot access the Last.fm.
(“Not available in your country” is
displayed.)
•You are accessing the network from a country where Last.fm radio is not available.
•Last.fm radio is not available in all countries. Please check www.last.fm/hardware for more
information.
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Cannot login to Last.fm.
(“Incorrect user or password” is
displayed.)
•Incorrect username or password entered for login authentication.
•Enter the correct username and password and retry login.
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Cannot create and register an
account.
(“Try another username” is
displayed.)
•The username has already been taken.
•Enter another username to create and register the account.
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22Music files on PC or NAS cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause/Solution
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Files stored on a computer cannot be
played.
•Files are stored in a non-compatible format. Record in a compatible format.
•You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files that are copyright protected
cannot be played on this unit.
•Set and computer are connected by USB cable. The set’s USB port cannot be used for
connection to a computer.
•Media sharing settings are not correct. Change media sharing settings so that the unit can
access the folders on your computer.
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Server is not found, or it is not
possible to connect to the server.
•The computer’s or router’s firewall is activated. Check the computer’s or router’s firewall
settings.
•Computer’s power is not turned on. Turn on the power.
•Server is not running. Launch the server.
•Set’s IP address is wrong. Check the set’s IP address.
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back.
•Even if PC is connected to the USB connector on this unit, music files on it cannot be played
back. Connect PC or NAS to this unit through the network.
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Files on PC or NAS are not displayed.
•Files of a type not supported by this unit are not displayed.
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Music stored on a NAS cannot be
played.
•If you use a NAS in conformity with the DLNA standard, enable the DLNA server function in
the NAS setting.
•If you use a NAS that does not conform with the DLNA standard, play the music via a PC.
Set Windows Media Player’s media sharing function and add NAS to the selected play folder.
•If connection is restricted, set audio equipment as the connection target.
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22Cannot connect by Wi-Fi
Symptom
Cannot connect to the network.
Cannot connect to WPS.
Cannot connect to the network using
iPhone/iPod touch/iPad
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•The network name and password (WEP, etc.) settings are wrong. Configure the network
settings according to the setting details of this unit.
•Reduce the distance between the wireless LAN access point and this unit, remove any
obstructions and make sure the view to the access point is unobstructed before trying to
connect again. Also, install microwave ovens and other network access points as far away
as possible.
•Check the router power supply.
•This unit is compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g.
•Configure the access point channel settings away from channels that are being used by other
networks.
•This unit is not compatible with WEP (TSN).
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•Check that the WPS mode of the router is operating.
•Within 2 minutes, press and hold the Wi-Fi Connect button on the unit for three seconds.
•A router/settings that are compatible with WPS 2.0 standards are required. Set the encryption
time to “None”, “WPA-PSK (AES)” or “WPA2-PSK (AES)”.
•If the router encryption method is WEP/WPA-TKIP/WPA2-TKIP, you cannot connect by
using the Wi-Fi CONNECT button. In this case, use the “Auto-Scan” or “Manual” method
to connect.
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•Update the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad firmware to the latest version.
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Resetting factory settings
Perform this procedure if the display is abnormal or if operations cannot be performed.
When the microprocessor is reset, all the settings are reset to their default values and all previously stored custom settings will be have to be manually
restored.
1
2
Pull the power cord out of the power outlet.
3
When the power indicator lights green, release the
buttons.
Plug the power cord into a power outlet while pressing
VOLUME df on the main unit.
“Initialized” appears in the display.
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•If “Initialized” does not display in step 3, start over from step 1.
VOLUME df
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Playing back DATA CDs
22Compatible formats
22MP3 and WMA formats
CD-R and CD-RW discs created in the format described below can be
played.
Writing software format
File format
Sampling
frequency
Bit rate
MP3
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
WMA
32/44.1/48 kHz
64 – 192 kbps
.wma
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ISO9660 level 1
When written in other formats, it may not be possible to play the disc
properly.
•Be sure to give files the extension “.MP3” or “.WMA”. Files with any other
extensions or with no extensions cannot be played.
•Mac OS X files assigned with filenames that begin with “._” are not music data
and cannot be played back.
•In accordance with copyright laws, recordings you have made should only be
used for your personal enjoyment and may not be used in other ways without
permission of the copyright holder.
Maximum number of playable files and folders
Total number of folders and files : 512
Number of folders : 256
File format
MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
Tag data
ID3-Tag (Ver. 1.x and 2.x)
META-Tag
(Compatible with title, artist and album names)
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22Compatible formats
•This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
•This unit can show the artwork that was embedded by using MP3 ID3Tag Ver. 2.3 or 2.4.
•This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
•If the image size (pixels) of an album artwork exceeds 500 × 500 (WMA/
MP3/WAV/FLAC) or 349 × 349 (MPEG-4 AAC), then music may not be
played back properly.
Sampling
frequency
Bit rate
Bit
length
Extension
WMA
(Windows Media
Audio) z1
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192
kbps
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.wma
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3)
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320
kbps
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.mp3
32/44.1/48/88.2/
96/176.4/192 kHz
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16 /
24 bit
.wav
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320
kbps
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.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
32/44.1/48/88.2/
96/176.4/192 kHz
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16 /
24 bit
.flac
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96 kHz
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16 /
24 bit
.m4a
WAV
MPEG-4 AAC z2
FLAC
(Free Lossless
Audio Codec)
ALAC
(Apple Lossless
Audio Codec) z3
z1 Copyright-protected files can be played on certain portable players compatible
with MTP.
z2 Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected.
Also, files encoded in WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer
may be copyright protected, depending on the computer’s settings.
z3 Copyright [2012] [D&M Holdings. Inc.]
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”); you may not
use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
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The limits on the number of folders and files that can be displayed by
this unit are as follows.
Item
Memory capacity
22Playable broadcast station specifications
USB memory devices
WMA
(Windows
Media Audio)
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3)
FAT16 : 2 GB, FAT32 : 2 TB
Number of folder directory levels
z1
8 levels
Number of folders
500
Number of files z2
5000
z1 The limited number includes the root folder.
z2 The allowable number of files may differ according to the USB memory device
capacity and the file size.
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22Maximum Number of Playable Files and Folder
Media
Tips
MPEG-4 AAC
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Bit rate
Extension
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
.aac/
.m4a/
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Tips
Playing back files stored on PC or
NAS
22Playback file specifications
•This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
•This unit can show the artwork that was embedded by using MP3 ID3Tag Ver. 2.3 or 2.4.
•This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
•If the image size (pixels) of an album artwork exceeds 500 × 500 (WMA/
MP3/WAV/FLAC) or 349 × 349 (MPEG-4 AAC), then music may not be
played back properly.
•A server or server software compatible with distribution in the
corresponding formats is required to play music files via a network.
Sampling
frequency
Bit rate
Bit length
Extension
WMA
(Windows Media
Audio)
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
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.wma
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3)
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
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.mp3
32/44.1/48/88.2/
96/176.4/192 kHz
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16 /
24 bit
.wav
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
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.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
32/44.1/48/88.2/
96/176.4/192 kHz
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16 /
24 bit
.flac
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96 kHz
–
16 /
24 bit
.m4a
WAV
MPEG-4 AACz1
FLAC
(Free Lossless
Audio Codec)
ALAC
(Apple Lossless
Audio Codec) z2
z1 Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected.
Also, files encoded in WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer
may be copyright protected, depending on the computer’s settings.
z2 Copyright [2012] [D&M Holdings. Inc.]
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”); you may not
use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.
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•Particularly when you play back large music files, depending on your wireless LAN
environment, the playback sound may be interrupted. In this case, make the wired
LAN connection.
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Tips
22Loading discs
•Place the disc in the tray, label side up.
•Make sure the disc tray is fully open when inserting the disc.
•Place the discs flat, 12 cm discs in the outer tray guide (Figure 1),
8 cm discs in the inner tray guide (Figure 2).
22Discs playable on this unit
qMusic CDs
Discs marked with the logo below can be played in this unit.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Outer tray guide
wCD-R/CD-RW
NOTE
12 cm disc
•Discs in special shapes (heart-shaped discs, octagonal discs, etc.) cannot be
played. Do not attempt to play them, as doing so can damage the unit.
•Some discs and some recording formats cannot be played.
•Non-finalized discs cannot be played.
•What is finalization?
•Finalization is the process that makes recorded CD-R/CD-RW discs playable on
compatible players.
Inner tray guide
8 cm disc
•Place 8 cm discs in the inner tray guide without using an adapter.
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•“Unsupported” is displayed if a disc that cannot be played is loaded.
•“No Disc” is displayed if the disc is loaded upside-down or if no disc is loaded.
22Holding discs
NOTE
•Do not push the disc tray in by hand when the power is turned off.
•Doing so could damage the set.
•If the unit is left in a room full of smoke from cigarettes, etc., for long periods
of time, the surface of the optical pickup may get dirty, preventing it from
receiving signals properly.
Do not touch the signal surface.
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22Cleaning discs
•Only load one disc at a time. Loading two or more discs can damage
the unit or scratch the discs.
•Do not use cracked or warped discs or discs that have been repaired
with adhesive, etc.
•Do not use discs on which the sticky part of cellophane tape or labels
is exposed or on which there are traces of where labels have been
removed. Such discs can get caught inside the player and damage it.
•If there are fingerprints or dirt on a disc, wipe them off before using
the disc. Fingerprints and dirt can impair sound quality and cause
interruptions in playback.
•Use a commercially available disc cleaning set or a soft cloth to clean
discs.
22Cautions on handling
•Do not get fingerprints, oil or dirt on discs.
•Take special care not to scratch discs when removing them from their
cases.
•Do not bend or heat discs.
•Do not enlarge the hole in the center.
•Do not write on the labeled (printed) surface with ball-point pens,
pencils, etc., or stick new labels on discs.
•Water droplets may form on discs if they are moved suddenly from a
cold place (outdoors for example) to a warm place, but do not try to
dry them off using a hairdryer, etc.
Gently wipe the disc from the
inside towards the outside.
NOTE
•Do not use record spray, antistatic agents, benzene, thinner or other solvents.
22Cautions on storing discs
•Be sure to remove discs after using them.
•Be sure to store discs in their cases to protect them from dust,
scratches, warping, etc.
•Do not store discs in the following places:
1. Places exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time
2. Dusty or humid places
3. Places exposed to heat from heaters, etc.
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Last function memory
This stores the settings as they were immediately before going into the
standby mode.
When the power is turned back on, the settings are restored to as they
were immediately before going into the standby mode.
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F
Finalize
This is processing that enables playing back of disc of CD, which was
recorded using a recorder, by other players.
FLAC
FLAC stands for Free lossless Audio Codec, and is a lossless free audio
file format. Lossless means that the audio is compressed without any loss
in quality.
The FLAC license is as shown below.
Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
2009 Josh Coalson
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
•Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
•Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
•Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission.
B
Bit rate
This expresses the read amount per 1 second of video/audio data recorded
in a disc. A larger number means higher sound quality, but also means a
larger file size.
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DLNA
DLNA and DLNA CERTIFIED are trademarks and/or service marks of
Digital Living Network Alliance.
Some contents may not be compatible with other DLNA CERTIFIED®
products.
A
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)
This is a next generation standard encryption method replacing the current
DES and 3DES, and because of its high security it is expected to be applied
widely to wireless LANs in the future. It uses the “Rijndael” algorithm
developed by two Belgian cryptographers to divide the data into blocks
of fixed lengths and encrypt each block. It supports data lengths of 128,
192 and 256 bits and key lengths of 128, 192 and 256 bits as well, offering
extremely high encryption security.
AirPlay
AirPlay sends (plays) contents recorded in iTunes or on an iPhone/iPod
touch to a compatible device via the network.
ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
This is a codec for lossless audio compression method developed by
Apple Inc. This codec can be played back on iTunes, iPod or iPhone. Data
compressed to approximately 60 – 70% can be decompressed to exactly
the same original data.
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MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)
This is an internationally standardized audio data compression scheme,
using the “MPEG-1” video compression standard. It compresses the data
volume to about one eleventh its original size while maintaining sound
quality equivalent to a music CD.
MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group), MPEG-2, MPEG-4
These are the names for digital compression format standards used for the
encoding of video and audio. Video standards include “MPEG-1 Video”,
“MPEG-2 Video”, “MPEG-4 Visual”, “MPEG-4 AVC”. Audio standards
include “MPEG-1 Audio”, “MPEG-2 Audio”, “MPEG-4 AAC”.
I
IEEE 802.11b
This is one wireless LAN standard set by the 802 working group that
establishes LAN technology standards at the IEEE (Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers) of the United States. It uses the 2.4 GHz band
usable freely without a radio frequency license (ISM band), enabling
communications at a maximum speed of 11 Mbps.
•The value indicated above is the maximum theoretical value for the
wireless LAN standard, and does not indicate the actual data transfer
rate.
IEEE 802.11g
This is another wireless LAN standard set by the 802 working group that
establishes LAN technology standards at the IEEE (Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers) of the United States, and is compatible with
IEEE 802.11b. It also uses the 2.4 GHz band, but enables communications
at a maximum speed of 54 Mbps.
•The value indicated above is the maximum theoretical value for the
wireless LAN standard, and does not indicate the actual data transfer
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iTunes is the name of the multimedia player provided by Apple Inc. It
enables management and playback of multimedia contents including
music and movies. iTunes supports many main file formats including AAC,
WAV, and MP3.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA,
OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
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Network Names (SSID: Security Set Identifier)
When forming wireless LAN networks, groups are formed to prevent
interference, data theft, etc. This grouping is done by “SSID” or “Security
Set Identifiers”. For further security, a WEP key is set and signal transfer
is not possible unless the SSID and WEP key match.
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Protection circuit
This is a function to prevent damage to devices within the power supply
when an abnormality such as an overload, excess voltage occurs or over
temperature for any reason.
In this unit, the standby indicator blinks and the unit enters standby mode
when an abnormality occurs.
W
WEP Key (Network Key)
This is key information used for encrypting data when conducting data
transfer. On this unit, the same WEP key is used for data encryption and
decryption, so the same WEP key must be set on both devices in order for
communications to be established between them.
Wi-Fi®
Wi-Fi Certification assures tested and proven interoperability by the Wi-Fi
Alliance, a group certifying interoperability among wireless LAN devices.
T
TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol)
This is a network key used for WPA. The encryption algorithm is RC4,
the same as for WEP, but the security level is increased by changing the
network key used for encryption for each packet.
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vTuner
This is a free online content server for Internet Radio. Note that usage fees
are included in upgrade costs.
For inquiries about this service, visit the vTuner site below.
vTuner website: http://www.radiomarantz.com
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of
Nothing Else Matters Software and BridgeCo. Use or distribution of such
technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
Nothing Else Matters Software and BridgeCo or an authorized subsidiary.
S
Sampling frequency
Sampling involves taking a reading of a sound wave (analog signal) at
regular intervals and expressing the height of the wave at each reading in
digitized format (producing a digital signal).
The number of readings taken in one second is called the “sampling
frequency”. The larger the value, the closer the reproduced sound is to
the original.
Speaker impedance
This is an AC resistance value, indicated in Ω (ohms). Low impedance
speakers will draw more power from this unit. Be sure that the impedance
of the speakers is compatible with this unit to prevent activation of the
protection circuit.
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Windows Media DRM
This is a copyright protection technology developed by Microsoft.
Content providers are using the digital rights management technology
for Windows Media contained in this device (WM-DRM) to protect
the integrity of their content (Secure Content) so that their intellectual
property, including copyright, in such content is not misappropriated.
This device uses WM-DRM software to play Secure Content (WM-DRM
Software). If the security of the WM-DRM Software in this device has been
compromised, owners of Secure Content (Secure Content Owners) may
request that Microsoft revoke the WM-DRM Software’s right to acquire
new licenses to copy, display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation does
not alter the WM-DRM Software’s ability to play unprotected content. A
list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your device whenever you
download a license for Secure Content from the Internet or from a PC.
Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license, also download revocation
list onto your device on behalf of Secure Content Owners.
Windows Media Player Ver.11 or later
This is a media player distributed free of charge by Microsoft Corporation.
It can play playlists created with Ver.11 or later of Windows Media Player,
as well as WMA, DRM WMA, WAV, and other files.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
This is audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation.
WMA data can be encoded using Windows Media® Player.
To encode WMA files, only use applications authorized by Microsoft
Corporation. If you use an unauthorized application, the file may not work
properly.
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
This is a security standard established by the Wi-Fi Alliance. In addition to
the conventional SSID (network name) and WEP key (network key), it also
uses a user identification function and encrypting protocol for stronger
security.
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WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2)
This is a new version of the WPA established by the Wi-Fi Alliance,
compatible with more secure AES encryption.
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK (Pre-shared Key)
This is a simple authentication system for mutual authentication when a
preset character string matches on the wireless LAN access point and
client.
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
This is a standard drawn up by the Wi-Fi Alliance to ease the task of setting
up wireless LAN connections and configuring security.
There are two methods: push-button and PIN (Personal Identification
Number) code.
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Trademark information
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod, or iPhone,
respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance
with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this
accessory with iPod, or iPhone, may affect wireless performance.
AirPlay, the AirPlay logo, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod
shuffle and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries.
•Individual users are permitted to use iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod
nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod touch for private copy and playback of
non-copyrighted contents and contents whose copy and playback is
permitted by law. Copyright infringement is prohibited by law.
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trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
Adobe, the Adobe logo and Reader are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or
other countries.
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22Audio section
•CD player
Playback frequency response:
Wow & flutter:
Sampling frequency:
•Audio amplifier
Rated output:
Dynamic power:
Output terminals:
Input sensitivity/impedance:
THD+N (1 kHz, 5 W, 6 Ω/ohms):
S/N ratio (10 W, 6 Ω/ohms, IHF-A):
Tone control:
Frequency response:
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Below measurable limits (± 0.001%)
44.1 kHz
2-channel driving
50 W + 50 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz, THD+N 0.7 %)
60 W + 60 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz, THD+N 10 %)
Speaker 6 – 8 Ω/ohms
Suited for headphones/stereo headphones
Analog In 1/2 : 200 mV/22 kΩ/kohms
Analog In 1/2 : 0.1 %
Analog In 1/2 : 86 dB
Dynamic Bass Boost : 100 Hz + 8 dB
BASS : 100 Hz ± 10 dB
TREBLE : 10 kHz ± 10 dB
Analog In 1/2 : 5 Hz – 22 kHz (± 3dB)
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22Tuner section
Receiving Range:
Usable Sensitivity:
Channel separation:
S/N ratio:
87.50 MHz – 108.00 MHz
1.2 μV / 75 Ω/ohms
30 dB (1 kHz)
Monaural : 74 dB
Stereo : 70 dB
Monaural : 0.3 %
Stereo : 0.4 %
THD+N (1 kHz):
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Frequency Range:
174.928 (5A) – 239.200 (13F) MHz
(BAND III)
–85 dBm
95 dB
0.03 %
80 dB (1 kHz)
Sensitivity:
S/N ratio:
THD+N (1 kHz):
Channel separation:
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22Wireless LAN
Network type (wireless LAN standards):
Transfer rate:
Security:
Used frequency range:
No. of channels:
Conforming to IEEE 802.11b
Conforming to IEEE 802.11g
(Conforming to Wi-Fi®)z
DS-SS: 11 / 5.5 / 1 Mbps (Automatic switching)
OFDM: 54 / 48 / 36 / 24 / 18 / 12 / 9 / 6 Mbps (Automatic switching)
SSID (Network name)
WEP key (network key) (64/128 bits)
WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES)
WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
2.412 GHz – 2.472 GHz
Conforming to IEEE 802.11b : 13ch (DS-SS) (Of which 1 channel used)
Conforming to IEEE 802.11g : 13ch (OFDM) (Of which 1 channel used)
zzWi-Fi® conformity indicates tested and proven interoperability by the “Wi-Fi Alliance”, a group certifying interoperability among wireless LAN devices.
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22Clock/Alarm
Clock type:
Alarm:
Power line frequency synchronized method (Within ±60 seconds per month)
Everyday alarm / Once alarm : One system each
Sleep timer : Max. 90 minutes
22General
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Power consumption in standby mode:
Power consumption in
“Network Control” – “On” mode:
AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
55 W
0.3 W
3W
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vv A
Accessories······························································· 5
Add New Feature···················································· 86
Adjusting the master volume·································· 29
AES······································································· 113
AirPlay····························································· 62, 113
ALAC····································································· 113
Alarm······································································· 82
Auto-Standby·························································· 84
vv B
Bi-Amp······························································ 19, 83
Bit length······················································· 108, 110
Bit rate·································· 107, 108, 109, 110, 113
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Cable······································································· 15
Audio cable··························································· 15
LAN cable····························································· 15
Optical cable························································· 15
Speaker cable··········································· 15, 16, 73
Subwoofer cable·················································· 15
USB adapter cable················································ 21
Characters························································· 45, 81
Charging the iPod···················································· 58
Checking the current time······································ 76
Clock······································································· 83
Connection
Analog device······················································· 20
Bi-Amp································································· 19
DAB/FM······························································· 23
Digital device························································ 20
Home network (LAN)··········································· 24
iPod (USB)···························································· 21
Multi-drive···························································· 73
Power cord··························································· 26
Speaker A····························································· 17
Speaker B····························································· 18
USB memory device············································ 21
DAB/FM·································································· 47
DAB/FM indoor antenna········································· 23
DAB settings··························································· 91
Direct iPod······························································ 57
DLNA···································································· 113
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Extension······································ 107, 108, 109, 110
vv F
Finalize·································································· 113
Firmware································································· 85
FLAC····································································· 113
Friendly Name························································· 87
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vv I
IEEE 802.11b························································ 114
IEEE 802.11g························································ 114
Inputting characters················································ 81
iTunes··································································· 114
vv L
Language································································ 84
Last.fm···································································· 41
Last.fm Display······················································· 87
Last function memory··········································· 112
vv M
Menu map······························································· 77
DAB······································································ 79
General··························································· 77, 82
Network························································· 78, 87
Quick Setup·························································· 77
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)·································· 114
MPEG···································································· 114
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vv Q
Network Control······················································ 87
Network Information··············································· 87
Network Names (SSID)········································· 114
Network settings···················································· 87
Notifications···························································· 85
vv P
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ALAC······························································ 37, 59
ANALOG IN·························································· 61
CD········································································ 30
DAB/FM······························································· 47
DATA CD······························································ 33
DIGITAL IN··························································· 61
FLAC······························································ 37, 59
Internet Radio······················································· 34
iPod (USB)···························································· 55
Last.fm································································· 41
MP3·························································· 34, 37, 59
MPEG-4 AAC············································ 34, 37, 59
NAS······································································ 37
PC········································································· 37
PTY······································································· 49
Radio Text···························································· 51
RDS······································································ 49
Spotify·································································· 44
TP········································································· 50
USB memory device············································ 59
WAV······························································· 37, 59
WMA························································ 34, 37, 59
Program playback···················································· 31
Protection circuit··················································· 115
PTY·········································································· 49
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Quick Setup···························································· 77
vv R
Radio Text······························································· 51
Random playback······················ 31, 33, 39, 46, 57, 60
RDS········································································· 49
Rear panel······························································· 10
Remote control unit················································ 12
Inserting the batteries············································ 6
Remote iPod··························································· 57
Repeat playback························ 31, 33, 39, 46, 57, 60
Resetting factory settings····································· 106
Response································································ 83
vv S
Sampling frequency·············· 107, 108, 109, 110, 115
Selecting the input source······································ 28
Sleep timer······························································ 76
Speaker A································································ 17
Speaker B································································ 18
Speaker cable·························································· 73
Speaker Configuration············································· 83
Speaker impedance·············································· 115
Spotify····································································· 44
Switching the display’s brightness························· 76
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Tips········································································· 93
TKIP······································································· 115
TP············································································ 50
Troubleshooting······················································ 94
Tuner operation menu
Auto Preset Memory············································ 48
Tune Mode··························································· 48
Turning off the sound temporarily··························· 29
Turning the power on·············································· 28
vv U
Update···································································· 85
vv V
Volume Offset························································· 84
vTuner····························································· 36, 115
vv W
Web control···························································· 67
WEP Key······························································· 115
Wi-Fi······································································ 115
Windows Media DRM·································· 115, 116
Windows Media Player········································· 116
WMA····································································· 116
WPA······································································ 116
WPA2···································································· 116
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK··········································· 116
WPS······································································ 116
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promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nn libvorbis
http://www.xiph.org/vorbis/
Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Xiph.org Foundation
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
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other materials provided with the distribution.
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names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nn Tremolo
http://wss.co.uk/pinknoise/tremolo
Copyright (C) 2002-2009 Xiph.org Foundation Changes
Copyright (C) 2009-2010 Robin Watts for Pinknoise
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other materials provided with the distribution.
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names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
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EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
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TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
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following conditions are met:
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following disclaimer.
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above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
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EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
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OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nn Mersenne Twister
http://www.math.sci.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~m-mat/MT/
MT2002/CODES/mt19937ar.c
Copyright (C) 1997 - 2002, Makoto Matsumoto
and Takuji Nishimura,
All rights reserved.
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The names of its contributors may not be used
to endorse or promote products derived from this
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BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN
NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
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nn zlib
nn cURL
nn c-ares
zlib.h -- interface of the ‘zlib’ general purpose
compression library version 1.2.3, July 18th, 2005
COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION NOTICE
Copyright 1998 by the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology.
http://www.zlib.net/
http://curl.haxx.se
Copyright (C) 1995-2004 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark
Adler
This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express
or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be
held liable for any damages arising from the use of this
software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software
for any purpose, including commercial applications,
and to alter it and redistribute it freely, subject to the
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The origin of this software must not be
misrepresented; you must not claim that you wrote
the original software. If you use this software in
a product, an acknowledgment in the product
documentation would be appreciated but is not
required.
2.Altered source versions must be plainly marked as
such, and must not be misrepresented as being the
original software.
3.This notice may not be removed or altered from any
source distribution.
Jean-loup Gailly [email protected], Mark Adler [email protected]
alumni.caltech.edu
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Copyright (c) 1996 - 2011, Daniel Stenberg, <[email protected]
haxx.se>.
All rights reserved.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
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THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT
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OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT
OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE
OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of a
copyright holder shall not be used in advertising or
otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in
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About GPL (GNU-General Public License), LGPL
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This product uses GPL/LGPL software and software
made by other companies.
After you purchase this product, you may procure,
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Marantz provides the source code based on the
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