Sony CDP-C435 Operating instructions

Sony CDP-C435 Operating instructions
SONY.
Compact Disc
Player
Operating Instructions
CDP-C535
CDP-C435
© 1993 by Sony Corporation
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INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures.
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
= Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
— Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
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to operate this equipment.
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Table of Contents
Precautions
Chapter 1 Introduction
Precautions ...................c..cconccorrrocrccorocacorcorcoarconcoconecarocacenes 3
Chapter 2 Getting Started
Unpacking ...................++00ceccccerccoccororerecacaceccacecaceoorrronernaacos 4
Hooking Up the System ...................+..eccccccocroricoccnccoo reo 5
Identifying the Parts .......................e.20s0coccororioacocrorrnccooorecn. 6
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Playing Discs —- Continuous Play ..................+.ecoomrracacooconces 8
Playing From the First Selection .................................. 8
Information Display ......................e0rrrccocococrorranaceccccores 9
Locating a Particular Selection .........................oorcooccccco 10
Locating a Particular Point in a Selection ..................... 10
Replacing Discs While Playing a Disc ....................o..... 11
Playing With Sound Effect
— Digital Signal Processing (CDP-C535 only) ................ 12
Fade-In/Fade-Qut .....................++.ee0mcrrie0o Dr 14
Playing in a Random Order —- Shuffle Play ......................... 15
Playing in a Specified Order — Program Play ..................... 16
Playing the Beginning of Each Selection
- Music Scan Play ....................ecccccrococococrroraconocerecacocenes 19
Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play ......................c.esocccccccooa 20
Chapter 4 Advanced Operation
Locating the Loudest Portion of the Disc — Peak Search ... 21
Specifying the Total Playing Time - Time Edit ................... 22
Fading Out at the Desired Time — Time Fade .................... 24
Custom Files .................c0s0rccacooccnconococeconoocacerooaaracanacoococece. 25
Storing Selections You Want to Play — Delete Bank .......... 26
Storing an Optimum Playback Level for Each Disc
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Memorizing a DSP mode - DSP File
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Chapter § Additional Information
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Specifications ....................e.e.eecrocccoccocorerorrrorecacacacecocecrareras ‚ 30
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Note when moving the player
Before moving the player, follow the procedure below to
return the internal mechanisms back to their original position.
1 Remove all of the discs from the disc tray.
2 Press the 4 OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
Make sure that the “no disc” indication lights up in the front
panel display.
3 Wait for 10 seconds, then press the POWER button to turn
the player off.
Differences by Model
This instruction manual covers CDP-C535 and CDP-C435.
Their performance is identical except for the following:
The CDP-C535 has the DSP and DSP File function.
* The CDP-C535 comes with the remote commander
RM-D535. The CDP-C435 comes with the RM-D435.
* The illustrations in this manual are of the CDP-C535.
Convention
sy) This indicates a function operated only from the
X main unit.
On safety
* Should any solid or liquid object enter the cabinet, unplug
the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
* Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for
an extended period of time. To disconnect the cord, pull it
out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself. The unit is not
disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as
it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has
been turned off.
* The AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified
service shop.
* As the laser beam used in this unit is harmful to the eyes,
do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
On operation
* Do not turn up the volume while listening to a portion with
no audio signals or very low level inputs. If you do, the
speakers may be damaged when a peak level portion is
played.
On the disc tray
* |f the disc tray does not close properly and slides out again,
reinsert the discs.
* Be careful not to pinch your fingers between the disc tray
and the unit.
* Place only one disc in a disc compartment at a time.
* When the disc tray is open, do not press down on it forcibly,
nor place a heavy object on it.
On moisture condensation
If the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm location,
or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on
the lens inside the unit. Should this occur, the unit will not
operate. In this case, remove the disc and leave the unit
turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates.
Notes on handling discs
* To keep a disc clean, handle the disc by its edge.
Do not touch the surface.
* Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
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* Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources
such as hot air ducts, or leave it in a car parked in direct
sunlight as the heat may cause the disc to warp.
* After playing, store the disc in its case.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your
player, please contact your nearest Sony dealer.
For the Customers in the U.S.A.
For detailed safety precautions, see the leaflet “IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS".
Chapter 2 Getting Started
Unpacking
Choosing a Good Location
* Place the player in a location with adequate air circulation
to prevent internal heat built up in the player.
* Do not place the player on a soft surface, such as a rug
that would block the ventilation holes on the bottom.
* Do not install the player:
— near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts.
— in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust,
mechanical vibration or shock.
Checking the Supplied Accessories
Make sure that all the supplied accessories are included with
your player. This manual and the following items are
included with your CDP-C535/CDP-C435.
Remote commander
RM-D535 (1) (CDP-C535)
RM-D435 (1) (CDP-C435)
Sony batteries
SUM-3(NS) (2)
Inserting Batteries into the Remote
Commander
1 Slide open the cover.
2 insert two size AA (R6)
batteries with
correct polarity.
Battery life
* About half a year of normal operation can be expected
when using the Sony batteries SUM-3(NS).
* When the batteries are run down, the remote commander
will not operate the player. In this case, replace both
batteries with new ones.
Notes on remote commander operation
* Avoid exposing the remote sensor to direct sunlight or a hghting
apparatus. Such exposure may cause a malfunction.
* To avoid damage caused by battery leakage and corrosion. remove the
batteries when the commander will not be used for a long time
Hooking Up the System
‘ When using the LINE OUT
Notes on Connection There are two ways of connecting with LINE OUT as follows:
FIXED: The output level is fixed.
* Tum off the power to each unit before making connections. VARIABLE: The output level can be adjusted with the LINE OUT/
Connect the AC power cord last. PHONE LEVEL contro! (or with the LINE OUT LEVEL +/- buttons on
* Be sure to insert the plugs firmly into the jacks. Loose the remote commander.)
connections may cause hum or noise.
* Leave a little slack in the connecting cord to allow for Notes on LINE OUT
inadvertent shock or vibration. * Connect your system to the VARIABLE output when using Level Files.
* Cord plugs and jacks are color coded: * If the LINE OUT/PHONE LEVEL control (or the LINE OUT LEVEL +/-
Red plugs and jacks are for the right channel (R) and white buttons on the remote commander) is adjusted while recording, the
ones for the left channel (L). recording level will change even when it is preset on the tape deck.
Connecting an Amplifier
FIXED LINE OUT KR VARIABLE LINE OUT
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See the pages indicated in ( ) for details.
[1] POWER switch (8)
[2] PLAY MODE buttons
CONTINUE button (8)
SHUFFLE button (15)
PROGRAM button (16)
DISC 1-5 buttons (8)
REPEAT button (20)
Remote sensor (4)
Display window (8)
7) Disc tray (8)
li (pause) button (8)
» (play) button (8)
1<bi (AMS *) buttons (10)
<>» (manual search) buttons (10)
E (stop) button (8)
DISC SKIP button (8)
2 OPEN/CLOSE button (8)
DSP mode buttons and indicators (12) (CDP-C535 only)
HALL button
CHURCH button
JAZZ CLUB button
STADIUM button
DANCE button
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DIRECT button (CDP-C535 only) (12)
DSP FILE button (CDP-C535 only) (29)
LEVEL FILE button (28)
FILE button (25)
ERASE button (25)
MUSIC SCAN button (19)
TIME button (9)
PEAK SEARCH button (21)
FADER button (14)
Numeric buttons (10)
>10 (over 10) button (10)
EDIT/TIME FADE button (22)
CLEAR button (16)
CHECK button (18)
PHONES jack (9)
LINE OUT/PHONE LEVEL control (9)
EX-CHANGE button (11)
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* AMS is the abbreviation for Automatic Music Sensor.
Remote Commander
See the pages indicated in ( ) for details.
[1] PLAY MODE buttons
CONTINUE button (8)
SHUFFLE button (15)
PROGRAM button (16)
DISC 1-5 buttons (8)
CHECK button (18)
>20 (over 20) button (10)
REPEAT button (20)
TIME button (9)
Il (pause) button (8)
> (play) button (8)
1</>>1 (AMS) buttons (10)
<>» (manual search) buttons (10)
E (stop) button (8)
DSP SELECT button (CDP-C535 only) (12)
MUSIC SCAN button (19)
DISC SKIP button (8)
Numeric buttons (10)
FILE button (25)
CLEAR button (16)
LEVEL FILE button (28)
ERASE button (25)
20| FADER button (14)
LINE OUT LEVEL +/- button (9)
DIRECT button (CDP-C535 only) (12)
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Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Playing Discs — Continuous Play
In continuous play mode, you can play up to five discs consecutively.
Before playing discs, turn on the amplifier and set the input selector to the CD player
position. While playing a disc, you can replace the other four discs in the player with
new ones using the EX-CHANGE button.
Playing From the First Selection
LINE OUT/
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2 Press 4.
Disc number
Disc compartment
3 Place a disc with the label side up
in the disc compartment.
— To play more than one disc, go to step 4.
— To play only one disc, go to step 5.
4 Press DISC SKIP to set the next empty disc
compartment and place another disc in it.
5 Press CONTINUE to select ALL DISCS or 1 DISC.
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The disc tray closes to start playing the first
selection.
— If you press b, the disc in the front
loading position starts playing.
— If you press one of the DISC 1-5 buttons,
the selected disc starts playing.
To stop play
To pause during play, press II.
Press P or Il to resume play.
To stop play, press a.
To stop play and open the tray, press 4.
To select the disc from which the playing starts
There are two ways.
a) To scan discs, press or hold down DISC SKIP.
b) To select a particular disc directly, press the
corresponding DISC 1-5 button.
Notes on ALL DISCS and 1 DISC
* If you choose ALL DISCS, all the discs in the player are played
consecutively. An empty disc compartment is skipped.
* |f you choose 1 DISC, only one disc is played.
Notes on disc tray
* Place a disc in the empty disc compartment only when it is in the front
loading position. Otherwise, the player may not be able to find the disc.
* Always close the disc tray when not using the player to prevent dust from
entering the unit.
* Place the disc properly in the disc compartment to prevent the disc from
being damaged.
When listening with headphones
Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack and adjust the
volume with the LINE OUT/PHONE LEVEL control on the
player (or with the LINE OUT LEVEL +/- buttons on the
remote commander).
To play an 8 cm (3-inch) CD
Place it in the inner circle in the disc compartment. If the disc
is provided with an adaptor, first remove it. Do not put a
normal CD (12cm/5-inch) on top of an 8 cm (3-inch) CD.
Information Display
Checking the total number of selections and total
playing time of the disc to be played.
There are two ways to check.
a) Place the disc in the disc compartment in the front loading
position, then press 4 or the disc tray itself to close it.
b) Press TIME on the player during stop. To check another
disc, press DISC SKIP, then press TIME.
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» The red circle around a disc number indicates the disc is ready to be
played.
The red circle moves each time you press DISC SKIP.
» When all the selections on a disc have been played, the semi-circle around
the disc number disappears.
» When a compartment is recognized as empty, the semi-circled disc
number disaopears.
Changing the display
Each time you press TIME during play, the display changes
to give you the following information:
Elapsed time in the selection
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Notes on the information display
* Total remaining time is only available in the continuous play mode.
* Total remaining time will appear if the time fade function is set during
program or shuffle play.
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Locating a Particular Selection
There are two ways to locate the beginning of a desired
selection on the current disc.
A. To locate sequentially (Automatic Music Sensor)
— Press 44 once to locate the beginning of the current
selection,
- Press pi once to locate the beginning of the next
selection.
— Hold down l4< or PP to skip selections.
B. To locate a selection directly
Press one of the numeric buttons on the player or remote
commander to enter the desired selection.
To enter a number greater than 10, use the (220)
and {1] to [ig] buttons.
Example:
To play from selection No.22
Press 10) [2] [2].
(or 20 (21 (21)
To play from selection No.30
Press (>10) [3] (19).
(or [3] (19)
functions as the number 0.
Locating a Particular Point in a Selection
There are two ways to locate a desired point on a disc.
A. To locate a point on the current disc while monitoring
the sound
Hold down << or >» during play.
B. To locate a point on the current disc quickly by
watching the display
Press II, then hold down << or >». The search speed will
increase, but there will be no sound. Find the desired
point by watching the display.
Press ll or » again at the desired point to resume play.
“7 1” appears in the display
If you continuously press >» during play at the end of the disc. “= ="
appears in the display. Press << or 1<< to return to the normal display
Replacing Discs While Playing a Disc
To replace discs while playing a disc, use the EX-CHANGE
button. You can open the disc tray and check what discs are
to be played next, or replace discs without interrupting
playback of the current disc.
1 Press EX-CHANGE.
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disc disc
If you are playing a disc, it continues to play.
2 Replace discs in the compartments with new
ones.
You can replace up to two discs at a time.
4 Replace discs in the compartments with new
ones.
The disc tray closes and playback continues.
3 Press DISC SKIP.
The disc tray turns and another two disc
compartments appear.
Notes on EX-CHANGE
Each time you press DISC SKIP while the disc tray is open, the disc tray
turns and two pairs of the disc compartments appear alternately, but the
compartment for the disc currently played does not appear to avoid two
discs being placed in one disc compartment.
Do not turn the disc tray forcibly.
* You can use almost all of the functions to play the current disc while the
disc tray is open.
* If playback of the current disc ends while the disc tray is open, the player
stops playing. In one disc repeat mode, the current disc starts playing
again.
* In ALL DISCS shuffle mode, selections are reshuffled on the current disc
while the disc tray is open.
* |n program mode, only the selections on the current disc are played.
When you open the disc tray by pressing EX-CHANGE
Do not push the disc tray to close it as you may damage the
player.
Playing With Sound Effect — Digital Signal Processing
(CDP-C535 only)
You can listen to the selections with five acoustic atmospheres which are
reproduced by the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) circuitry incorporated with
the CDP-C535. These atmospheres are produced by a digital processing
technique that involves simulating reflected and reverberated sound effects
and digitally compensated frequency response. The selected DSP mode can
be stored in the memory of the player as a custom file (page 29).
Choosing the Desired DSP Mode You can choose the sound effect from the following DSP
DSP mode Characteristic
— á HALL Reproduces the acoustics of a 2,000 seat
capacity concert hall.
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a) DIRECT = STADIUM Reproduces the acoustics of a 30,000 seat
capacity out door stadium,
DANCE Reproduces the acoustics of a discotheque
and features strong reverberation with a
dynamic bass.
a) When using the main unit
Press the disired DSP mode button.
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Press DIRECT.
The indicator above the pressed button lights up.
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The indicator above the currently selected DSP mode button
goes off.
The indicator above the button for the selected DSP
mode lights up.
The DSP mode changes as follows:
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DANCE +— STADIUM
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About the Sound Effect
The sound heard in a place such as a concert hall or a
movie theater consists of direct sound, early reflection, and
reverberation. the acounstic quality of a room depends on
how these three sounds are reproduced in the room. You
can estimate the size and the type of a room by listening to
the difference in these three sounds.
Types of sounds
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* The DSP mode remains memorized after the power is turned off.
* You may hear noise when switching the DSP modes.
+ When using the DSP effect, large outputs from this unit may cause
distortion to the sound from the amplifier. In this case, connect the
amplifier to the VARIABLE LINE OÙT jack so that you can adjust the output
level with the LINE OUT/PHONE LEVEL control (or the LINE OUT LEVEL +/
- buttons on the remote commander).
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Fade-In/Fade-Out
Fading in and out allows you to record selections on your tape in such a manner that
play starts and stops gradually.
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To fade out You can vary the fading time from 2 to 10 seconds while the
Press FADER during play at the point you want to start player is stopped. When a time is not specified, play will fade
fading out. “G7” flashes in the display, play fades out and in and fade out for 5 seconds.
the player enters pause mode.
To fade in 1
Press FADER during pause. Press FADER during stop.
“C23” flashes in the display, and play fades in. FADER
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2 Press [2] - [10] to select fade time.
Example:
To set to 8 seconds, press [8].
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Playing in a Random Order — Shuffle Play
Shuffle play allows you to play up to 99 selections in a random order. You can play
selections from all discs or only specified loaded disc(s).
Shuffle Play on All or One Disc
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1 Place the discs in the disc compartments.
2 Press SHUFFLE to choose ALL DISCS or 1 DISC.
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— ALL DISCS: The selections from all discs are
played in a random order.
— 1 DISC: The selections from the current disc are
played in a random order.
3 Press >.
Shuffle play starts.
In 1 DISC mode, you can also use DISC 1-5.
To stop play
Press Il.
To cancel shuffle play
Press CONTINUE to return to continuous play mode.
If you press SHUFFLE during continuous or program play
Shuffle play begins from the current selection.
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Shuffle Play on Specified Discs
— Select Shuffle Play
If you specify discs before or during play in ALL DISCS
shuffle mode, the selections on the specified discs only will
play in a random order.
To specify the discs
Press DISC 1-5 to specify the discs after choosing ALL
DISCS mode.
Semi-circles appear around the selected disc numbers to be
played. To cancel the selected discs, press DISC 1-5 again.
The semi-circles disappear.
To return to all shuffle play
Press SHUFFLE twice.
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Playing in a Specified Order — Program Play
Program play allows you to specify the order of discs or selections to be played. You
can program up to 32 “steps” in the order you specify. One “step” may contain one
selection or a whole disc. You can check the total playing time while programming
the selections.
Program Play
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1 Place discs in the disc compartments,
then press &.
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“PROGRAM” appears in the display.
— If a program has been previously stored, it is
recalled. If you do not need the program, hold down
CLEAR to erase it (page 17).
3-A To program discs in the order you want
play
Press DISC 1-5 in the order you want to
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choose the disc, press PROGRAM after that.
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3-B To program selections on a disc in the order
you want to play
Before you program selections, specify the disc by
pressing DISC 1-5. There are two ways to program
selections.
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selections in the order you want to program.
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“AL” in the display disappears, then the selections
you choose will be programmed. Each time you
choose a disc or a selection, the playing time is
added to the total playing time. You can check the
total playing time while programming.
- To enter a selection number greater than 10,
see page 10.
— If you enter the wrong numbers:
Each time you press CLEAR, the last entered
number will be deleted.
— To program the selection(s) on another disc,
press DISC 1-5 to change the disc, then
program selections.
To erase the program
3-B Hold down CLEAR until “ALL CLr” appears in the display.
2) Press << or >bi to choose a selection to be
programmed, then press PROGRAM.
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Press CONTINUE to return to continuous play mode.
To recall the program you have made, press PROGRAM
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To make a program during play
Press PROGRAM, then follow step 3-A or 3-B. The program
PROGRAM will be played after the current selection.
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If the total playing time does not appear (only “STEP” appears)
You have programmed a selection number greater than 20 or the total
playing time exceeds 199 minutes and 59 seconds.
Repeat this to choose another selection.
— Before you press PROGRAM, you can check the if you press PROGRAM during continuous or shuffle play
total playing time and change the selection to be If a program has been stored, it will be played after the current selection.
programmed. (Program Edit) M you replace discs
The program is stored until you erase it. If you replace discs, the program
operates on the new discs. The selection numbers not existing on the disc
4 Press >. are deleted from the program and the rest are played in the programmed
order.
| > If you turn off the player
| The program is not erased. It is stored until you erase it.
Program play starts.
To stop play
Press M.
You can play the same program repeatediy until you erase
the program.
Playing in a Specified Order
Recording Prorammed Selections
You can make a program to be recorded fit to your tape
length. By entering ll, you can divide a program into side A
and B. At the end of a program for side A, the player
automatically pauses before side A ends so that a selection
is not cut off.
1 Program the selections to be recorded on side
A of your tape by repeating steps 1 to 3 on
pages 16 and 17.
2 Press ll to program selections for side B.
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| “B” lights up.
Total playing time
will return to “0.00”.
The selections to be recorded on side A will be
programmed.
3 Program the selections for side B.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 on pages 16 and 17.
4 Start recording on the cassette deck,
then press ».
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Program play starts.
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To play the selections for side B
Play automatically pauses at the point a pause is
programmed. Set the tape to the beginning of side B, then
press » or ll. The selections for side B will start playing.
Note
By pressing 01, a pause is programmed as a selection. The player counts
pauses as selections to be programmed.
To check the remaining time
Press TIME once to see the remaining time on the current selection, twice to
return to the initial display. The total remaining time does not appear during
program play.
Checking Your Program
Press CHECK. The first selection in the program appears.
Each time you press CHECK, the next selection in the
program appears. One of the tape indicators “:a.)” or “(>)”
appears when the program for side A or B is being played or
checked.
Changing Your Program
To delete the last selection
Press CLEAR during stop. Each time you press CLEAR, the
last selection in the program will be deleted.
To delete a selection
Press CHECK repeatedly until the selection you want to
delete is displayed. Then press CLEAR.
To add selections to the end of the program
Press DISC 1-5 to select the disc and press the numeric
buttons for those selections. You can do this during stop.
play or pause.
To change the order
Hold down CLEAR to erase the program. Then repeat the
programming procedure from the beginning.
To make a program by referring to disc labels
You can make a program while the disc tray is open. Follow
the steps 2 to 3 on page 16, then 4 on page 17. Program
Edit is not available.
Playing the Beginning of Each Selection
— Music Scan Play
You can sample the beginning of each selection on a disc. You can also check the
beginning of the first selection on each disc loaded. This is useful to check selections
in a disc or discs loaded in the player.
To check the selections on the current disc
Music Scan Play Press MUSIC SCAN in 1 DISC continuous play mode.
To check the first selection on each disc
Press MUSIC SCAN in ALL DISCS continuous play mode.
If you press MUSIC SCAN in program play mode
The beginning of each selection plays in the programmed
order. At this time the programmed pauses are ignored.
To stop music scan play
Press Il.
MUSIC SCAN в
To start play during music scan play
Press >. “>” lights up in the display and normal play starts.
If you press MUSIC SCAN during music scan play
Press MUSIC SCAN. The playing time of the selection is extended by 10, 20 or 30 seconds.
MUSIC SCAN If you press << or >> during music scan
| Music scan is cancelled and normal play starts.
Each time you press MUSIC SCAN, the playing time of
each selection changes cyclically from 10 to 30 seconds.
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“D” flashes in the display and the beginning of each
selection is played for the designated period.
Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play
Repeat play allows you to repeat selections in any play mode. You can repeat all
discs, only specified discs, one selection, or programmed or reshuffled selections.
Repeat Play
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a) To repeat all selections
Press REPEAT once. “REPEAT” appears in the display.
The player will repeat in the current play mode.
Playing mode Selections to be
repeated
Continuous play All selections on all
(ALL DISCS) discs
Continuous play All selections on the
(1 DISC) current disc
Shuffle play Selections on all discs
(ALL DISCS) (or selected discs) that the
player reshuffles
Shuffle play Selections on the
(1 DISC) current disc that the
player reshuffles
Program play Ali the selections in the
programmed order
b) To repeat the current playing selection (only during
continuous play)
Press REPEAT during repeat play. “REPEAT 1" appears
in the display.
(Not operable during shuffle or program play.)
c) To cancel repeat play
Press REPEAT until “REPEAT” or “REPEAT 1"
disappears.
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Locating the Loudest Portion of the Disc — Peak Search Fi
You can locate the portion with the highest input level of the disc to adjust the
recording level.
Continuous or shuffle play mode
— Searches all selections on the disc which is ready to be played in ALL DISCS as
well as in 1 DISC mode.
Program play mode
— Searches all programmed selections.
Playing Peak Search
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PEAK SEARCH
Press PEAK SEARCH during stop.
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“PEAK” flashes in the display. All the selections in the
disc or program will be searched automatically. The
loudest portion will play repeatedly for 4 seconds.
Adjust the recording level on your tape deck according
to the peak level.
To stop peak search
Press El.
Press > to start play from the beginning of the disc.
Press ll to pause at the first selection.
“PEAK” will disappear from the display.
To go to another disc
Press DISC SKIP during stop.
Notes on Peak Search
* The unit scans input levels of the whole disc and determines the peak
(maximum input level) among them. The peak determined with this
function is sometimes slightly different from the real one. In addition,
portions determined as a peak vary each time this function is carried out
on the same disc. The difference between the determined and the real peak
is however, negligible and will not prevent you from adjusting the
recording level.
* Peak search does not work if you press EX-CHANGE to open the disc tray.
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Specifying the Total Playing Time — Time Edit
If you specify the total length of your tape, the player will accordingly program
selections to be recorded on sides A and B of your tape. This function edits
selections on your tape without changing their original order on your disc, choosing
the last selection(s) that fit the remaining length of your tape.
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If you want to edit particular selections on your tape in
preference to the others, program those selections
beforehand (page 16).
1 Press DISC SKIP to select the disc to be played.
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3-A Specify a commercially available
tape length.
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Each time you press »PI, the display changes to
give you the following duration:
Г ——.—— — C-46 (23.00) — C-54 (27.00) ]
C-90 (45.00) — C-74 (37.00) — C-60 (30.00)
By pressing Idd, you can reverse the above cycle.
3-B Specify any tape length for one side of
your tape.
Use numeric buttons [1] - [10). Press [10] for “0”. You
need not press keys for seconds, uniess required.
Example:
To set to 23 minutes 15 seconds, press
(2), (3), 1) and (5).
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specifying the recording time.
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The selections for side À are determined
automatically. “EDIT” and “A” light up. “B” flashes.
Press EDIT/TIME FADE once more, to make a
program for the other side of your tape.
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If “LINK” flashes, see “Adding Selection(s) —
LINK edit”.
Start recording on the cassette deck,
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The selections for side A will be played and then
the player will pause. “B” lights up in the tape side
indicator. Set the tape to the beginning of side B,
then press > or ll.
Adding Selection(s) — LINK edit
After all selections on the disc have been programmed, if
there is (a) selection(s) shorter than the remaining time,
“LINK” and the selection numbers will flash.
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To add a selection, press the numeric button for the selection
number or press EDIT/TIME FADE again. When pressing
EDIT/TIME FADE, a program will be made automatically to
fit the playing time as close as possible to the remaining
time. If enough time remains to fit more selections, “LINK”
and the selection numbers keep flashing. When “LINK”
flashes, if you select another disc using DISC SKIP, the new
selection number(s) on the new disc that fit in the remaining
time will flash. “EDIT” disappears when the rest of the
playing time is less than 1 minute. Whether “LINK” is flashing
or not, you can use DISC SKIP to change the disc and
choose selection(s) to fit the remaining time. If you do not
add any selection(s), press Bl. “EDIT” disappears.
To stop play
Press El.
You can play the same program repeatedly as long as you
do not cancel time edit or erase the program.
To cancel time edit
Press CLEAR.
“EDIT” disappears.
To erase the program
Hold down CLEAR until “ALL CLr” appears in the display.
To check your program
See page 18.
If your disc has more than 20 selections
Selections over number 20 cannot be programmed with the time edit
function.
You cannot edit selections in the following cases:
* It you have programmed up to 32 steps (i.e. selections plus pauses).
* If you have programmed selections whose playing time exceeds 100
minutes.
* If you have programmed a selection number greater than 20.
To specify a different time for each side
Follow steps 1 to 4 and press tl. Then repeat steps 2 and 4. Do not follow
step 5.
Notes on time edit
* The duration can be set to 99 minutes 59 seconds.
* Playback can be performed when “EDIT” appears.
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Fading Out at the Desired Time — Time Fade
You can have play fade out at the end by specifying the play duration. Once the time
fade is set, it functions twice for editing both sides of a tape. You can change discs
without cancelling this function. The fade time is preset to 5 seconds, but you can
change it to last from 2 to 10 seconds (page 14).
Setting Time Fade and Playing
2-B Specify any tape length for one side
of your tape.
Set the desired play duration using numeric buttons.
Example:
To set to 27 minutes 15 seconds, press
[2], (7). [1] and [5].
You need not press buttons for seconds, unless
required.
Note
The duration can be set to 99 minutes 59 seconds.
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once during pause).
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“ES” and “(42)” appear in the display.
Play starts.
д A Specify a commercially available After the specified time, play fades out and
tape length. pauses. Tape side “B” lights up. Press > or Il to
resume playing for the other side of the tape. If you
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out for the second time, the player pauses and the
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C- SY E) during play.
Each time you press PP, the display changes to When a disc ends before the specified time
give you the following duration: The time fade function remains effective. You can change discs and continue
playing until the specified time is up.
To display the time remaining until the time set
Press TIME during play until the total remaining time appears (page 9).
Г ——.—— — C-46 (23.00) — C-54 (27.00) ]
C-90 (45.00) <- C-74 (37.00) — C-60 (30.00)
By pressing |4<4, you can reverse the above cycle.
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Custom Files
You can store 3 types of memory called “Custom files” for each disc using the
memory function of this unit. You can store custom files for up to 400 discs.
About the Custom Files
FILE ERASE
Delete Bank
You can delete the selections which you do not want to play
and store the rest of the selections on each disc.
Level File
You can memorize an optimum playback level for each disc.
Each time you play a disc, the volume will be set to the level
memorized for that disc.
DSP File
You can memorize one of the DSP modes (HALL, CHURCH,
JAZZ CLUB, STADIUM, DANCE) or DIRECT for each disc.
Each time you play the disc, the memorized DSP mode is set
automatically.
What is this indication?
C.FILE| DSPal== Lights up when a DSP File
is stored.
BANK | LEVEL
| Lights up when a Level File
is stored.
Lights up when a Delete Bank
is stored.
Where are custom files stored?
Custom files are stored in the player's memory, not in the
disc. So you cannot enjoy custom files with other players.
The custom files for each disc are recalled when the disc is
selected as the current disc and is ready to be played.
Custom files are retained for approximately 1 month without
AC power.
When the memory for custom files is full
“FULL” appears when FILE is pressed and no custom file
can be stored for the new disc in the player. To make a
custom file for the disc, clear all the custom files (Delete
Bank, Level File, DSP File) of another disc.
To clear all custom files of all discs
While holding down ERASE and FILE, press POWER to turn
on the player. “ALL ErS” appears in the display.
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Storing Selections You Want to Play — Delete Bank
After deleting the selections you do not want to play, you can store the rest of the
selections on the disc in memory. This is called a “Delete Bank”. You can make one
delete bank for each disc. When you play a disc containing a delete bank in
continuous or shuffle play mode, the deleted selections are always skipped. In
program play mode, you can program an entire disc containing a delete bank in one
step.
Memorizing the Selections You Want to Play
1 Place the discs in the compartments, then
press &.
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2 Press SHUFFLE to choose “ALL DISCS” or
“1 DISC”.
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3 Press the numeric button(s) to delete the
selection(s) which you do not want to play.
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The deleted selection number(s) disappear in the
music calendar. To recover a selection which you
have deleted, press the numeric button for that
selection.
4 Press FILE.
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“FILE” and “BANK” appear. The selections are stored
in the delete bank.
To change the delete bank
Press the numeric button to recover the selection you
deleted, then press FILE.
To recover all the selections you deleted from the
current disc.
Hold down CLEAR until “ALL On” appears in the display.
To delete a selection during play
Press the numeric button for the selection. You can also
delete the curret selection by pressing CLEAR.
Note on the delete bank
Up to 99 selections can be deleted. If no selections are deleted. no delete
bank is created.
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Clearing a Delete Bank
1 Press CONTINUE or SHUFFLE to choose
“ALL DISCS” or “1 DISC”.
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- When you choose “ALL DISCS”, the discs in the
player are played consecutively. If a disc has a
bank, the deleted selections are skipped. If a
disc does not have a bank, all the selections on
the disc are played.
— Îf you choose “1 DISC”, press DISC 1-5
corresponding to the disc you want to play.
— In program play mode, if you program an entire
disc containing a bank, all the selections stored
in the bank are programmed in one step.
1 Place the disc, containing the delete bank
you want to clear, then press 4 (or select
the disc using DISC SKIP).
2 Press FILE, then press ERASE betore “FILE” in
the display disappears.
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“ErASE” appears and “BANK” disappears. The delete
bank is cleared.
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Storing an Optimum Playback Level for Each Disc
— Level File
The player can memorize an optimum playback level for each disc. Each time you
play a disc, the volume will be set to the level memorized for that disc. This function
can be used when the amplifier is connected to the VARIABLE LINE OUT terminals
or when headphones are used.
Memorizing an Optimum Playback Level
Clearing a Level File
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1 DISC SKIP
2 Adjust to the desired playback level.
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1 Place the disc, containing the leve! file you want
to clear, then press & (or select the disc using
DISC SKIP).
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“FILE” in the display disappears.
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“ErASE” appears and “LEVEL” disappears.
The level file is cleared.
“FILE” and “LEVEL” appear in the display.
The playback level is memorized.
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Memorizing a U
(CDP-C535 only)
You can store a DSP mode, as well as DIRECT, for each disc. When you play a disc
with a DSP file, the specified DSP mode is automatically set.
Making a DSP File Clearing a DSP File
1 DISC SKIP
1 Select the desired DSP mode or DIRECT. 1 Place the disc, containing the DSP file you want
See page 12. to clear, then press £ (or select the disc using
DISC SKIP).
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2 Press DSP FILE.
2 Press DSP FILE, then press ERASE before
hy “FILE” in the display disappears.
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Playing a disc with a DSP file E FASE
Each time the disc is played, the specified DSP mode is
automatically set.
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“FILE” and “DSP” appear in the display.
DIRECT mode also can be memorized.
“ErASE” appears and “DSP” disappears. The DSP
To change a DSP file file is cleared.
Select a new DSP mode, then press DSP FILE. The new
DSP mode will be stored in the DSP file.
Maintenance
Cleaning Your Player
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any
type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as
alcohol or benzine.
Cleaning Discs
When a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning cloth.
Wipe the disc from the center out.
Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially
available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for analog
discs.
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Specifications
Compact Disc Player
System
Laser
Wavelength
Frequency response
Signal to noise ratio
Dynamic range
Harmonic distortion
Channel separation
Outputs
LINE OUT
(FIXED)
{phono jacks)
LINE OUT
(VARIABLE)
(phono jacks)
PHONES
(stereo phone jack)
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Remote Commander
Remote control system
Power requirements
Dimensions
Mass
Compact disc digital audio system
Semiconductor laser
780-790 nm
2 Hz-20 kHz (+0.5 dB)
More than 107 dB
More than 98 dB
Less than 0.0035%
More than 100 dB
Output level 2 V (at 50 kilohms, non
DSP mode.)
Load impedance over 10 kilohms
Output level max. 2V (at 50 kilohms.
non DSP mode.)
Load impedance over 50 kilohms
Output level max. 10 mW
Load impedance 32 ohms
Model for the USA and Canada
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Model for Australia
240V AC, 50/60 Hz
14 W
430 x 125 x 385 mm (wAvd)
(17 x 5x 15'/a inches)
(CDP-C535/C435)
Including projecting parts and
controls
5.7 kg , net
(12 Ibs 1002)
(CDP-C535/C435)
RM-D535 (CDP-C535)
RM-D435 (CDP-C435)
Infrared control
3 V DC with two size AA batteries
(IEC designation R6)
62 x 20 x 175 mm (wh/d)
(2 1/2 x 13/16 x 7 inches)
130 g (4.6 0z) including batteries
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Troubleshooting
Before going through the check list below, first refer back to the
applicable connections and operating procedures.
Should problem persist after you have checked these items,
consult your nearest Sony service facility.
Symptom Cause Remedy
The disc tray does not close. The disc is not placed correctly. Place the disc correctly on the disc tray.
Play does not start. The disc is dirty. Clean the disc.
The disc is inserted upside down.
Insert the disc with the printed side up.
The player is in pause mode.
Press > or ll to release pause.
Moisture has condensed.
Leave the player on for approximately
one hour.
“no d'SC” appears.
There is no disc in the player.
Insert a disc.
“D diSC S appears.
Six discs are inserted.
Remove a disc from the disc tray.
No sound is heard.
There is a loose connection.
Insert the plug firmly.
The connection is incorrect.
Check the connection referring to
“Hooking up the system”.
Play does not begin from the first The player is in program or shuffie play Press CONTINUE.
selection. mode.
Two or more discs cannot be played The player is in the 1 DISC mode. Press CONTINUE to choose ALL
consecutively. DISCS mode.
“a 9" is displayed.
>> was continuously pressed at the end
of the disc.
Press << or 144 to return to the normal
indication.
The remote commander does not operate
the player.
The batteries are run down.
Replace both batteries.
The remote commander is not pointed at
the remote sensor.
Point the remote commander at the
sensor.
There is an obstacie between the remote
commander and the player.
Remove the obstacie.
The remote commander is too far from the
player.
Move it closer.
Note
This unit uses several micro-computer chips to control a series of operations. Sometimes, an operation may not work properly due to the
condition of the power being supplied. In this case, turn the power off, then turn it back on and retry the operation.
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