Sony MHC-EC50DC User manual

Sony MHC-EC50DC User manual
Note on DualDiscs
2-689-809-12(1)
Mini HI-FI
Component System
Operating Instructions
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Basic Operations
A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which mates
DVD recorded material on one side with digital
audio material on the other side. However, since the
audio material side does not conform to the Compact
Disc (CD) standard, playback on this product is not
guaranteed.
Notes on playing multisession discs
Adjusting the sound
To adjust the volume
Press VOLUME +/– on the remote (or turn the
VOLUME control on the unit) .
Music discs encoded with copyright
protection technologies
To add a sound effect
This product is designed to playback discs that conform
to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. Recently, various
music discs encoded with copyright protection
technologies are marketed by some record companies.
Please be aware that among those discs, there are some
that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be
playable by this product.
To
Press
Generate a more dynamic
sound (Dynamic Sound
Generator X-tra)
DSGX  on the unit.
Set the sound effect
EQ .
•If the disc begins with a CD-DA (or MP3) session, it is recognized
as a CD-DA (or MP3) disc, and playback continues until another
session is encountered.
•A disc with a mixed CD format is recognized as a CD-DA (audio)
disc.
Listening to the radio
1 Select “FM” or “AM.”
Press TUNER/BAND  repeatedly.
2 Select the tuning mode.
Press TUNING MODE  repeatedly until “AUTO”
appears.
3 Tune in the desired station.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents
licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Playing a CD/MP3 disc
Press +/– on the remote (or TUNING + or – on the
unit) . Scanning stops automatically when a station
is tuned in.
1 Select the CD function.
Press CD on the remote (or FUNCTION repeatedly)
.
MHC-EC50DC
© 2006 Sony Corporation
2 Place a disc.
Printed in China
Press  (open/close)  on the unit, and place a
disc with the label side up on the disc tray. To place
additional discs, slide the disc tray with your finger as
shown below.
To close the disc tray, press  (open/close)  on the
unit.
Do not force the disc tray closed with your finger, as
this may damage the unit.
Except for customers in the U.S.A.
and Canada
WARNING
This appliance is classified
as a CLASS 1 LASER
product. This marking
is located on the rear
exterior.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture.
To reduce the risk of fire, do not cover the ventilation of
the apparatus with newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.
And do not place lighted candles on the apparatus.
To stop automatic scanning
Press  (stop) .
To tune in a station with a weak signal
Press TUNING MODE  repeatedly until “MANUAL”
appears, and then press +/– on the remote repeatedly (or
TUNING + or – on the unit)  to tune in the desired
station.
To reduce static noise on a weak FM stereo
station
Press FM MODE  on the remote repeatedly until
“MONO” appears to turn off stereo reception.
Playing a tape
Use buttons on the unit for the operation.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not place
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
1 Select a tape function.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly (or TAPE on the
remote) .
Connect the unit to an easily accessible AC outlet. Should
you notice an abnormality in the unit, disconnect the
main plug from the AC outlet immediately.
2 Insert a tape.
3 Select a disc.
If the discs are currently stopped, press DISC SKIP on
the remote (or DISC SKIP/EX-CHANGE on the unit)
. To change discs while in other functions, press
DISC 1 – 3  on the unit.
Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a
bookcase or built-in cabinet.
CAUTION
4 Start playback.
The use of optical instruments with this product will
increase eye hazard.
Press  (play)  on the remote (or CD  (play/
pause)  on the unit).
To exchange other discs during playback, press DISC
SKIP/EX-CHANGE  on the unit.
Before using the system
To use the remote
Slide and remove the battery compartment lid , and
insert the two R6 (size AA) batteries (not supplied), 
side first, matching the polarities shown below.
Hooking up the system securely
DC IN 12V jack
1 Remove all discs to protect the CD mechanism.
2 Hold down CD  (play/pause) on the unit, and press
 until “STANDBY” appears.
3 After “LOCK” appears, unplug the power cord.
•With normal use, the batteries should last for about six months.
•Do not mix an old battery with a new one or mix different types of
batteries.
•If you do not use the remote for a long period of time, remove the
batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
To set the clock
FM lead antenna
(Extend it horizontally.)
Press  (power) .
2 Select the clock set mode.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SET  on the remote. If the
current mode appears on the display, press /
 on the remote repeatedly to select “CLOCK,” and
then press ENTER  on the remote.
3 Set the time.
Insert only the stripped portion of the cord.
AM loop antenna
Solid (Red/)
Antennas
Keep the antennas away from the speaker cords to avoid
picking up noise.
Left speaker
Solid (Black/)
Press /  on the remote repeatedly to set
the hour, and then press ENTER  on the remote.
Use the same procedure to set the minutes.
The clock settings are lost when you disconnect the
power cord or if a power failure occurs.
Press the following buttons (or press FUNCTION 
repeatedly).
Right speaker
To select
Power
For models with a voltage selector, set VOLTAGE
SELECTOR to the local power line voltage.
Speakers
Attach the supplied speaker pads to the bottom of the
speakers to prevent slipping.
Connect the power cord to a wall socket.
If the plug does not fit the wall socket, detach the
supplied plug adaptor (only for models equipped
with an adaptor).
CD
Press
CD  on the remote.
Tuner
TUNER/BAND .
Tape
TAPE  on the remote.
Component* (connected
using an audio cord)
FUNCTION 
repeatedly until “AUDIO
IN” appears.
*If the component has the AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System)
or BASS BOOST function, turn off the function to avoid distorted
sound from the speakers.
Wall socket
 (pause)  on the unit. To resume
play, press it again.
Pause playback
 (pause)  on the remote
(or CD   on the unit). To
resume play, press it again.
Rewind or fast
forward*
/  on the unit.
Stop playback
 (stop) .
+/– .
Select Repeat Play
 (go back/go forward)
on the remote (  on the
unit) .
Hold down / (rewind/fast
forward)  during playback, and
release it at the desired point.
REPEAT  on the remote
repeatedly until “REP” or “REP1”
appears.
Press PLAY MODE  repeatedly while the player is
stopped. You can select normal play (no display for all
discs or “1 DISC” for a disc or “ *” for all MP3 files in
the folder on the disc), shuffle play (“SHUF” for all discs
shuffle, “1 DISC SHUF” for one disc shuffle or
“ SHUF*” for folder shuffle), or program play
(“PGM”).
*When playing a CD-DA disc,
(SHUF) Play performs the same
operation as 1 DISC (SHUF) Play.
Notes on Repeat Play
•All tracks or files on a disc are played repeatedly up to five times.
•You cannot select “REP” and “SHUF” (all discs shuffle) at the same
time.
•“REP1” indicates that a single track or file is repeated until you stop
it.
Notes on playing MP3 discs
Selecting a music source
Press
Pause playback
 (stop/eject)  on the unit.
To change the play mode
1 Turn on the system.
To
Stop playback
Find a point in a
track or file
Notes on using the remote
Press  (play)  on the unit.
Press
Select a track or file
When carrying this system
3 Start playback.
To
Select a folder on an
MP3 disc
You can connect a DC power source to the DC IN 12V jack.
If the AC power supply is cut off (because of a power failure,
for example), the power source automatically switches to DC
power. When the AC power supply resumes, the system returns
to AC power operation.
•The STANDBY indicator  lights up in green when power is
being supplied through the DC IN jack.
•The outer electrode of the DC IN 12V jack
is – (minus) and the inner one is + (plus).
•Be sure not to connect the DC IN 12V jack to a car cigarette
lighter socket.
Press  (stop/eject)  on the unit, and insert the
tape into the cassette holder. Make sure there is no
slack in the tape to avoid damaging the tape or the
tape deck.
•Do not save other types of tracks or files or unnecessary folders on a
disc that has MP3 files.
•Folders that have no MP3 files are skipped.
•MP3 files are played back in the order that they are recorded onto
the disc.
•The system can only play MP3 files that have a file extension of
“.MP3”.
•If there are files on the disc that have the “.MP3” file extension,
but that are not MP3 files, the unit may produce noise or may
malfunction.
•The maximum number of:
–folders is 150 (including the root folder).
–MP3 files is 255.
–MP3 files and folders that can be contained on a single disc is 256.
–folder levels (the tree structure of files) is eight.
•Compatibility with all MP3 encoding/writing software, recording
device, and recording media cannot be guaranteed. Incompatible
MP3 discs may produce noise or interrupted audio or may not play
at all.
*Be sure to press  (stop/eject)  on the unit after the tape has
been wound or rewound to the end.
Note
Do not turn off the system during playback or recording.
Changing the display
To change
Press
Information on
the display1)
DISPLAY  repeatedly when the
system is on.
Display mode
(Clock)
DISPLAY  when the system is
off 2). The clock is displayed for eight
seconds.
For example, you can view CD/MP3 disc information, such as the
track or file number or folder name during normal play, or the total
play time while the player is stopped.
2)
The STANDBY indicator  lights up in red when the system is
turned off.
1)
Notes on the display information
•The following are not displayed;
–total playing time for a CD-DA disc depending on the play mode.
–total playing time for an MP3 disc.
–remaining playing time for a track and an MP3 file.
•The following are not displayed correctly;
–elapsed playing time of an MP3 file encoded using a VBR (variable
bit rate).
–folder and file names that do not follow either the ISO9660 Level
1, Level 2 or Joliet in the expansion format.
•The following are displayed;
–ID3 tag information for MP3 files when ID3 version 1 and version
2 tags are used.
–up to 15 characters of ID3 tag information using uppercase letters
(A to Z), numbers (0 to 9), and symbols (‘< > * + , – / @ [ \ ] _).
Using optional audio components
To connect an optional headphones
Connect headphones to the PHONES jack  on the
unit.
To connect an optional component
Connect additional audio source components to the
AUDIO IN jack  on the unit using an audio cord (not
supplied). Turn down the volume on the system, and
then select the AUDIO IN function.
Other Operations
Troubleshooting
Creating your own CD program
Recording onto a tape
(Program Play)
Use a TYPE I (normal) tape only.
Use buttons on the remote to create your own program.
You can record just the portions you like from a sound
source, including connected audio components.
1 Press CD  to select the CD function.
2 Press PLAY MODE  repeatedly until “PGM” appears
while the player is stopped.
3 Press DISC SKIP  to select a disc.
4 Press / (or   on the unit) 
repeatedly until the desired track number appears.
When programing MP3 files, press
+/– 
repeatedly to select the desired folder, and then select
the desired file.
Selected track or file number
Use buttons on the unit to control tape recording.
1 Insert a recordable tape into the cassette holder
with the side you want to record facing up.
2 Prepare the recording source.
Select the desired source to record.
Place the disc you want to record and press DISC
SKIP  to select a disc.
When recording a folder from an MP3 disc, press
PLAY MODE  repeatedly to select “ ,” and then
press
+/–  repeatedly to select the desired folder.
To record only your favorite CD tracks or MP3 files in
your desired order, perform steps 2 to 5 of “Creating
your own CD program.”
3 Start recording.
5 Press ENTER  to add the track or file to the
program.
6 Repeat steps 3 through 5 to program additional
tracks or files, up to a total of 15 tracks or files.
7 To play your program of tracks or files, press  
(or CD/  on the unit).
The program remains available until you open the disc
tray. To play it again, select the CD function, and press
  (or CD   on the unit).
To cancel Program Play, press PLAY MODE 
repeatedly until “PGM” disappears while the player is
stopped.
To delete the last track or file of the program, press
CLEAR  on the remote while the player is stopped.
To view program information, such as total track number
of the program, press DISPLAY  repeatedly.
Presetting radio stations
You can preset your favorite radio stations and tune
them in instantly by selecting the corresponding preset
number.
Use buttons on the remote to preset stations.
1 Press TUNER/BAND  repeatedly to select “FM” or
“AM.”
2 Press TUNING MODE  repeatedly until “AUTO”
appears (or “MANUAL” appears, for a station with a
weak signal).
3 Press +/– (or TUNING + or – on the unit)  to tune
in the desired station.
Scanning stops automatically when a station is tuned
in, and then “TUNED” and “STEREO” (for stereo
programs) appear.
Press  (record) , and then start playing the
desired recording source.
The CD starts playing automatically.
If there is noise while recording from the tuner,
reposition the appropriate antenna to reduce the
noise.
While recording, you cannot listen to other sources.
To stop recording, press  .
Tip
We recommend that you press   first, and then press   to
avoid noise being recorded when you stop recording.
Using the timers
The system offers two timer functions. If you use both
timers, the Sleep Timer has priority.
Sleep Timer:
You can fall asleep to music. This function works even if
the clock is not set.
Press SLEEP  on the remote repeatedly. If you select
“AUTO,” the system automatically turns off after the
current disc or tape stops or in 100 minutes.
If the tape deck is still playing or recording at the set
time, the system turns off after the tape deck stops.
Play Timer:
You can wake up to CD or tuner at a preset time.
Use buttons on the remote to control the Play Timer.
Make sure you have set the clock.
1 Prepare the sound source.
Prepare the sound source, and then press VOLUME
+/– (or turn the VOLUME control on the unit)  to
adjust the volume.
To start from a specific CD track or MP3 file, create
your own CD program.
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET .
3 Press /  repeatedly to select “PLAY,” and
If “TUNED” does not appear and the scanning does
not stop, press TUNING MODE  until “MANUAL”
appears and press +/– (or TUNING + or – on the
unit)  repeatedly to tune in the desired station.
4 Press TUNER MEMORY  on the remote.
Preset number
then press ENTER .
“ON TIME” appears, and the hour indication flashes.
4 Set the time to start playing.
Press /  repeatedly to set the hour, and
then press ENTER .
The minute indication flashes. Use the procedure
above to set the minute.
5 Use the same procedure as in step 4 to set the time
to stop playing.
6 Select the sound source.
5 Press +/– (or TUNING + or – on the unit) 
repeatedly to select your desired preset number.
If another station is already assigned to the selected
preset number, the station is replaced by the new
stations.
6 Press ENTER .
7 Repeat steps 1 through 6 to store other stations.
You can preset up to 20 FM and 10 AM stations. The
preset stations are retained for about half a day even
if you disconnect the power cord or if a power failure
occurs.
8 To call up a preset radio station, press TUNING
MODE  repeatedly until “PRESET” appears, and
then press +/– (or TUNING + or – on the unit)
repeatedly  to select the desired preset number.
To change the AM tuning interval from the factory preset
to 9 kHz (or 10 kHz, for some areas), tune in any AM
station, and then turn off the system. Press DISPLAY 
to display the clock and while holding down TUNING +
 on the unit, press   on the unit. All the AM
preset stations are erased. To reset the interval to the
factory preset, repeat the procedure.
Press /  repeatedly until the desired
sound source appears, and then press ENTER . The
display shows the timer settings.
7 Press   to turn off the system.
If the system is on at the preset time, the Play Timer
will not play.
To activate or check the timer again, press CLOCK/
TIMER SELECT , press /  repeatedly until
“PLAY” appears, and then press ENTER .
To cancel a timer, repeat the same procedure as above
until “OFF” appears, and then press ENTER .
1 Make sure the power cord and speaker cords are
correctly and firmly connected.
2 Find your problem in the checklist below, and take
the indicated corrective action.
If the issue persists, contact your nearest Sony dealer.
If the STANDBY indicator flashes
Immediately unplug the power cord, and check the
following item.
•If your system has a voltage selector, is the voltage
selector set to the correct voltage?
After the STANDBY indicator  stops flashing,
reconnect the power cord, and turn on the system. If
the issue persists, contact your nearest Sony dealer.
General
There is no sound.
•Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?
•Are you using only the supplied speakers?
•Is anything blocking the ventilation holes on the back of
the system?
Sound comes from one channel, or the left and
right volumes are unbalanced.
•Place the speakers as symmetrically as possible.
•Connect only the supplied speakers.
Severe hum or noise.
•Move the system away from sources of noise.
•Connect the system to a different wall socket.
•Install a noise filter (available separately) to the power cord.
CANNOT LOCK : The system cannot be locked after
you have done the procedure of “When carrying this
system.”
COMPLETE : The preset operation ended normally.
FULL : You tried to program more than 15 tracks (steps).
LOCKED : The disc tray does not open. Contact your
nearest Sony dealer.
LOW DC: The voltage supplied to the DC IN 12V jack is
insufficient.
NO DISC : There is no disc in the player, or you have
loaded a disc that cannot be played.
NO STEP : All of the programed tracks have been erased.
NOT USED : You pressed an invalid button.
OVER : You have reached the end of the disc while
pressing   during playback or pause.
PUSH SELECT : You tried to set the clock or timer during
timer operation.
PUSH STOP : You pressed PLAY MODE  during
playback.
READING : The system is reading information from the
disc. Some buttons are not available.
SET CLOCK : You tried to select the timer when the clock
is not set.
SET TIMER : You tried to select the timer when the Play
Timer is not set.
TIME NG : The Play Timer start and end times are set to
the same time.
Display examples
Display
indicates
2 (two)
6 (six)
The remote does not function.
8 (eight)
•Remove any obstacles between the remote and the
remote sensor  on the unit, and position the unit
away from fluorescent lights.
•Point the remote at the system’s sensor.
•Move the remote closer to the system.
A
K
S or 5 (five)
Cleaning the tape heads
Z
Precautions
Discs that this system CAN play
Tuner
Discs that this system CANNOT play
 to select the CD function.
2 Press   to turn off the system.
3 After “STANDBY” stops flashing, press DISPLAY 
to display the clock and then press   while
holding down   on the unit.
“CD POWER OFF” appears. With CD player power
turned off, disc access time is increased. To turn on
CD player power, repeat the procedure until “CD
POWER ON” appears.
To reset the system to factory settings
If the system still does not operate properly, reset the
system to factory settings.
Use buttons on the unit to reset the unit to its factory
default settings.
1 Disconnect and reconnect the power cord, and then
turn on the system.
2 Press  , DSGX , and   at the same time.
All user-configured settings, such as preset radio
stations, timer, and the clock, are deleted.
Use dry- or wet-type cleaning cassette (available
separately) after every 10 hours of use, before you start an
important recording, or after playing an old tape. Failure
to clean the tape heads can cause degraded sound quality
or an inability of the unit to record or play tapes. For
details, refer to the instructions of the cleaning cassette.
Demagnetizing the tape heads
•Audio CD
•CD-R/CD-RW (audio data/MP3 files)
1 Press CD on the remote (or FUNCTION repeatedly)
Break off the
cassette tab
R
•Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony
service facility.
Tip
Break off the cassette’s overwrite protection tab from side
A or B as illustrated.
The use of the tape with more than 90 minutes of play
time is not recommended except for long, continuous
recording or playback.
@
To change the setting, start over from step 1.
To prevent a tape from being accidentally
recorded over
About a tape longer than 90 minutes
,
To improve tuner reception
Clean this system with a soft cloth slightly moistened
with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type
of abrasive pad, scouring powder, or solvent, such as
thinner, benzine, or alcohol.
O or 0 (zero)
•The following discs take a longer time to start playback.
–a disc recorded with a complicated tree structure.
–a disc recorded in multisession mode.
–a disc that has not been finalized (a disc to which data
can be added).
–a disc that has many folders.
•Clean the capstans and pinch rollers. Also, clean and
demagnetize the tape heads. See “Precautions” for details.
Cleaning the cabinet
To later reuse the tape for recording, cover the broken tab
with adhesive tape.
Starting playback takes more time than usual.
The sound exhibits excessive wow or flutter or
dropout.
This speaker system is not magnetically shielded, and
the picture on nearby TV sets may become magnetically
distorted. In this situation, turn off the TV, wait 15 to 30
minutes, and turn it back on.
If there is no improvement, move the speakers far away
from the TV.
M
Q
•Return to Normal Play by pressing PLAY MODE 
repeatedly until both “PGM” and “SHUF” disappear.
Tape deck
On the speaker system
H
Play does not start from the first track.
•Connect the antenna properly.
•Find a location and an orientation that provide good
reception, and then set up the antenna again.
•Turn off nearby electrical equipment.
•Heat buildup on the unit during operation is normal
and is not cause for alarm.
•Do not touch the cabinet if it has been used
continuously at a high volume because the cabinet may
have become hot.
•Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
G
•Wipe the disc clean, and replace it.
•Move the system to a location away from vibration (for
example, on top of a stable stand).
•Move the speakers away from the system, or place them
on separate stands. At high volume, speaker vibration
may cause the sound to skip.
Severe hum or noise, or stations cannot be
received. (“TUNED” or “STEREO” flashes on the
display.)
On heat buildup
D
The sound skips, or the disc will not play.
The disc tray does not open and “LOCKED”
appears.
•Do not place the system in an inclined position or in
locations that are extremely hot, cold, dusty, dirty, or
humid or lacking adequate ventilation, or subject to
vibration, direct sunlight or a bright light.
•Be careful when placing the unit or speakers on surfaces
that have been specially treated (for example, with wax,
oil, polish) as staining or discoloration of the surface
may result.
•If the system 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 CD player, and
cause the system to malfunction. In this situation,
remove the disc, and leave the system turned on for
about an hour until the moisture evaporates.
B
CD/MP3 player
Turn off CD player power by using the CD power
management function. By default, CD power is turned on.
Use buttons on the unit to turn off CD player power.
The Play Timer setting remains as long as the setting is not canceled
manually.
On placement
Messages
•CD-ROM
•CD-R/CD-RW other than those recorded in music CD
format or MP3 format conforming to ISO9660 Level
1/Level 2, Joliet or multisession
•CD-R/CD-RW recorded in multisession that have not
ended by “closing the session”
•CD-R/CD-RW of poor recording quality, CD-R/
CD‑RW that have scratches or are dirty, or CD-R/CDRW recorded with an incompatible recording device
• CD-R/CD-RW which is finalized incorrectly
•Discs containing files other than MPEG 1 Audio Layer3 (MP3) files
•Discs of non-standard shape (for example, heart,
square, star)
•Discs that have adhesive tape, paper, or sticker attached
to them
•Rental or used discs with attached seals where the glue
extends beyond the seal
•Discs that have labels printed using ink that feels tacky
when touched
Notes on discs
•Before playing, wipe the disc with a cleaning cloth from
the center out to the edge.
•Do not clean discs with solvents, such as benzine
thinner, or commercially available cleaners or antistatic spray intended for vinyl LPs.
•Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources
such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in
direct sunlight.
On safety
•The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source
(mains) as long as it is connected to the wall socket,
even if the unit itself has been turned off.
•Completely disconnect the power cord (mains lead)
from the wall socket (mains) if it is not going to be used
for an extended period of time. When unplugging the
unit, always grip the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
•Should any solid object or liquid get into the system,
unplug the system, and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it again.
•The AC power cord can be changed only by a qualified
service facility.
Use a demagnetizing cassette (available separately) after
every 20 to 30 hours of use. Failure to demagnetize
the tape heads can cause an increase in noise, a loss of
high frequency sound, and an inability to completely
erase tapes. For details, refer to the instructions of the
demagnetizing cassette.
Specifications
Main unit
Amplifier section
DIN power output (rated): 40 + 40 W (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN)
Continuous RMS power output (reference):
50 + 50 W (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) measured at AC 120, 220 or 240 V,
50/60 Hz
2 + 2 W (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) measured at DC 12 V
Inputs
AUDIO IN (stereo mini jack): Sensitivity 800 mV, impedance 47 kilohms
Outputs
PHONES (stereo mini jack): Accepts headphones with an impedance of
8 ohms or more
SPEAKER: Accepts impedance of 6 ohms
CD player section
System: Compact disc and digital audio system
Laser Diode Properties
Emission duration: continuous
Laser Output*: Less than 44.6µW
*This output is the value measurement at a distance of 200mm from the
objective lens surface on the Optical Pick-up Block with 7mm aperture.
Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio: More than 90 dB
Dynamic range: More than 90 dB
Tape deck section
Recording system: 4-track 2-channel, stereo
Tuner section
FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner
Antenna:
FM lead antenna
AM loop antenna
FM tuner section:
Tuning range: 87.5 – 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step)
Intermediate frequency: 10.7 MHz
AM tuner section:
Tuning range: 530 – 1,710 kHz (with 10 kHz tuning interval)
531 – 1,602 kHz (with 9 kHz tuning interval)
Intermediate frequency: 450 kHz
Speaker
Speaker system: 2-way, 2-unit, bass-reflex type
Speaker units
Woofer: 16 cm, cone type
Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type
Nominal impedance: 6 ohms
Dimensions (w/h/d): Approx. 215 × 306 × 200 mm
Mass: Approx. 2.4 kg net per speaker
General
Power requirements:AC 120 V, 220 V, 230 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Adjustable with voltage selector
DC 12 V
Power consumption: 95 W
Dimensions (w/h/d) (excl. speakers): Approx. 200 × 306 × 359.5 mm
Mass (excl. speakers): Approx. 5.7 kg
Supplied accessories: Remote Commander (1)/FM/AM antenna (1)/
Speaker pads (8)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
• Standby power consumption: 0.5 W
• Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the
certain printed wiring boards.
• Lead-free solder is used for soldering certain parts.
• Halogenated flame retardants are not used in cabinets.
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