SONY
30_327011
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FM/AM
Compact
Player
Operating
Owner's
Disc
Instructions
Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the unit.
Record these numbers in the space provided
below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding
product.
Model
No.
I For installation
Serial No.
and connections,
DIGITAL AUDIO
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this
TEXT I
CDX-C7OOOX
CDX-C5OOOX
CDX-C5005
© 2000 Sony Corporation
see the supplied
installation/connections
manual.
Warning
Welcome !
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
Thank you for purchasing
the Sony Compact
Disc Player. This unit lets you enjoy a variety
of features using the following controller
accessories:
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.
I
--
Consult the dealer or an experienced
TV technician
for help.
radio/
You are cautioned
that any changes or
modifications
not expressly
approved
in this
manual could void your authority
to operate
this equipment.
Supplied
accessory
Card remote commander
RM-X91
Optional
accessory
Rotary commander RM-X4S
For the CDX-C5000X/CS005
Optional accessories
Rotary commander
RM-X4S
Card remote commander
RM-X91
In addition to the CD playback
and radio
operations,
you can expand your system by
connecting
optional CD/MD
units*L
When you operate this unit or a connected
optional CD unit with the CD TEXT function,
the CD TEXT information
will appear in the
display when you play a CD TEXT disc .2.
*_ You can connect MD changers, CD changers, MD
players, or CD players.
,2 A CD TEXT disc is an audio CD that includes
information
such as the disc name, artist name
and track names.
This information
is recorded on the disc.
Precautions
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments
with
product
will increase eye hazard.
For the CDX-C7000X
this
• If your car was parked in direct sunlight
resulting
in a considerable
rise in
temperature
inside the car, allow the unit to
cool off before operating it.
• If no power is being supplied
to the unit,
check the connections
first. If everything
is in
order, check the fuse.
• If your car is equipped
with a power
antenna,
it will extend automatically
while
the unit is operating.
• Do not use the Custom file feature while
driving, or perform any other function which
could divert your attention
from the road,
If you have any questions
or problems
concerning
your unit that are not covered in
this manual, please consult your nearest Sony
dealer.
Moisture
2
Condensation
On a rainy day or in a very damp area,
moisture
may condense on the lenses inside
the unit. Should this occur, the unit will not
operate properly. In such a case, remove the
disc and wait for about an hour until the
moisture
has evaporated.
To maintain
high
quality
sound
Notes
on discs
If you have drink holders near your audio
equipment,
be careful not to splash juice or
other soft drinks onto the unit and CD. Sugary
residues
on the unit or CD may contaminate
the lenses inside the unit, reduce the sound
If you use the discs explained below, the sticky
residue can cause the CD to stop spinning and
may cause malfunction
or ruin your discs.
quality, or prevent
altogether.
have a sticky residue on the surface (for
example, from peeled-off
stickers or from ink,
or glue leaking from under the stickers).
sound
reproduction
Do not use second-hand
or rental CDs that
There are paste residue.
Ink is sticky.
Notes on CDs
A dirty or defective disc may cause sound
dropouts
while playing. To enjoy optimum
sound, handle the disc as follows.
Handle the disc by its edge. To keep the disc
clean, do not touch the surface,
Do not use rental
beginning
CDs with old labels
that are
to peel off.
Stickers that are
beginning to peel away,
leaving a sticky residue.
Do not use your
attached.
CDs with labels or stickers
Labels are attached.
Do not stick paper
II
or tape on the disc.
Notes
Do not expose the discs to direct sunlight or
heat sources such as hot air-ducts,
or leave
them in a car parked in direct sunlight where
there can be a considerable
rise in temperature
inside the car.
• You can play CD-Rs (recordable CDs) on this
unit. However
depending
on the conditions
of the recording equipment
or the CD-R disc
itself, some CD-Rs cannot be played on this
unit.
• You cannot play a CD-R that is not finalized
(Finalization
is necessary for a recorded CDR disc to be played on the audio CD player).
• You cannot play CD-RWs (rewritable
CDs)
on this player.
When
%
on CD-R discs
you play 8 cm (3 in.) CDs
Use the optional Sony compact disc single
adaptor (CSA-8) to protect the CD player from
damage.
Before playing, clean the discs with an optional
cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from the center
out.
Do not use solvents
such as benzine,
commercially
available
cleaners,
spray intended
for analog discs.
thinner,
or antistatic
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Table of Contents
Location
of controls
Getting
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Started
Resetting the unit .................................................
Detaching the front panel ...................................
Turning the unit on/off .......................................
How to use the menu ..........................................
7
7
8
8
Setting the clock ...................................................
8
CD Player
CDIMD
Locating a disc by name
-- List-up* .....................................................
Selecting specific tracks for playback
-- Bank* .........................................................
* Functions
available
with optional
9
11
11
12
Labeling the rotary commander
......................
Using the rotary commander
...........................
Adjusting the sound characteristics
................
Attenuating
tbe sound ......................................
Changing the sound and display settings ......
Boosting the bass sound
-- D-bass ........................................................
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CD/MDunit
Memorizing
stations automatically
-- Best Tuning Memory (BTM) ...................
Memorizing
only the desired stations ............
Receiving the memorized stations ...................
Storing the station names
-- Station Memo ...........................................
Locating a station by name
-- List-up .......................................................
Watching the TV .................................................
Watching a video ................................................
Memorizing TV channels automatically
........
Memorizing only the desired TV channels ....
Storing the TV channel names .........................
Displaying the information
stored on discs ...
Watching the TV or video while listening to a
CD or MD
15
15
16
17
18
Additional
18
19
20
20
21
21
(optional)
-- Simultaneous
13
Radio
4
Functions
TVNideo
Unit (optional)
Listening to a CD .................................................
Playing tracks repeatedly
-- Repeat Play ...............................................
Playing tracks in random order
-- Shuffle Play ...............................................
Labeling a CD
-- Disc Memo* ..............................................
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Other
Play ...................................
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22
22
22
23
23
23
Information
Maintenance ........................................................
Dismounting
the unit ........................................
Specifications ......................................................
Troubleshooting
guide ......................................
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25
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Location of controls
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CD X-C7OOOX]C5OOOX/C5005
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Refer
JIB
to the pages
listed for details.
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Volume control dial
[]
MENU button
17, 21, 22, 24
[]
_-- (eject) button (located on the front
side of the unit behind the front panel)
9
[]
[]
Frequency select switch (located on the
bottom of the unit) .2
The AM (FM) tuning interval is factory-set
to the l0 k (200 k) position. Make sure that
the 9 k (50 k) position is selected.
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MODE button
8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
During CD or MD playback:
CD/MD unit select 9, 13
DISC/PRST +/- (cursor up/down) buttons
8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 24
During CD/MD
Disc change
During radio reception:
Preset stations select
During TV reception:
Unit select 22
16, 18
[]
During TV reception:
Band select 22
[]
DSPL (display mode change) button
9, 10, 12, 17
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LIST button
List-up
During radio reception:
BAND select 15, 16
playback:
11, 13
[]
12, 17
[]
SOURCE (TUNER/CD/MD/TV)
8, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16, 22, 24
[]
Display window
[]
OPEN button
button
Number
buttons
[]
D-BASS button
21
[]
SOUND button
20
[]
Reset button (located on the front side
of the unit behind the front panel) 7
[]
OFF button .1 7, 8, 9
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SEEK/AMS -/+ (cursor left/right)
8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 20, 21, 24
During CD/MD
15, 16
playback:
(_) REP 11
_SHUF
11
During TV reception:
Preset number select 22
7, 9, 25
Seek 15, 16, 22
Receptor for the card remote
commander
During radio reception:
Preset number select
13, 18, 23
Automatic
Music Sensor
Manual Search 10
[]
ENTER button 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
17, 18, 21, 22, 24
10, 14
buttons
*' Warning
when installing
in a car
without
ACC (accessory)
position
on
the ignition
key switch
Be sure to press (_
on the unit for
two seconds to turn off the clock display
after turning off the engine.
When you press _
only momentarily,
the clock display does not turn off and this
causes battery wear.
.2 COX-C5005 only
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Location of controls
I Card
remote
commander
RM.X91*
* Supplied only for the CDX-C7OOOX.
Replacing
the
lithium
battery
When the battery becomes weak, the range of
the card remote commander
becomes shorter.
Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium
battery.
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The corresponding
remote
commander
functions
as those
buttons
of the card
control the same
on this unit.
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OFF button
[]
MENU button
[]
SOURCE button
[]
SEEK/AMS buttons
[]
SOUND button
[]
DSPL button
[]
ATT button
[]
LIST button
[]
DISC/PRST buttons
[]
ENTER button
[]
MODE button
[]
VOL buttons
Notes
on lithium
battery
• Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of
children. Should the battery be swallowed,
immediately
consult a doctor,
• Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a
good contact,
• Be sure to observe the correct polarity when
installing the battery.
• Do not hold the battery with metallic
tweezers,
otherwise
a short-circuit
may
Occur.
WARNING
4,
+ side up
6
Battery may explode if mistreated.
Do not recharge, disassemble,
or dispose
in fire,
of
Attaching
Place
Getting Started
the
the front
hole
_) in the
spindle
_) on the
the left side in
umt
panel
front
panel
as dlustrated,
onto
then
the
push
Resetting the unit
Before operating
the unit for tile first time or
after replacing
the car battery, you must reset
the umt
Remove the front panel and press the reset
button with a pomted object, such as a ball
point pen
4,
Reset button
Note
Pressing the reset button will erase the clock
setting and some memorized
functtons such as the
station memo
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Detaching the front panel
You can detach the front panel of this umt to
protect the unit from being stolen.
1
Press _.
2
Press _,
then slide the front panel
to the right side, and pull out the left
side of the front panel.
Notes
• Be careful not to attach the front panel ups/de
down
• Do not press the front panel too hard against the
unit when attaching it
• Do not press too hard or put excessive pressure
on the d/splay window of the front panel
• Do not expose the front panel to direct sunhght
or heat sources such as hot air ducts, and do not
leave it in a humld place Never leave it on the
dashboard of a car parked/n
direct sunhght or
where there may be a considerable
rise in
temperature
Caution
Notes
• Do not put anything on the inner surface of the
front panel
• Be sure not to drop the panel when detechmg it
from the unit
• If you detach the panel while the umt/s still
turned on, the power will turn off automatically
to prevent the speakers from being damaged
• When carrying the front panel with you, use the
supplied front panel case
alarm
If you turn the/gnmon
key switch to the OFF
position without removing
the front panel, the
caution alarm will beep for a few seconds
If you connect an opnonal
power amphfier
and
do not use the built-in amphfler,
the beep
sound will be deactivated
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Turning the unit on/off
Setting the clock
Turning
on the unit
Press _
or msert a CD in the unit. For
details on operation, refer to page 9 (CD/MD)
and page 15 (radio).
The clock uses a 12-hour
Example:
1
indication.
To set the clock to 10:08
Press _,
then press either side of
repeatedly until "CLOCK"
appears.
Turning
off the unit
Press _
to stop CD/MD playback or FM/
AM reception (the key illumination and
display remain on).
Press _
for two seconds to completely
turn the unit off.
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Note
If your car has no ACC position on the ignition key
switch, be sure to turn the unit off by pressing
for two seconds to avoid car battery wear.
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How to use the menu
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This unit is operated by selecting items from a
menu.
To select, first enter the menu mode and
choose up/down
((+)/(-) of _),
or
choose left/right ((-)/(+) of _).
_-),['_1I_
indication
to set
_//.-_r_
"
0
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Press the (+) side of _.
(+): to select upwards
(-): to select downwards
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flashes,
Press either side of _
the hour.
•"
0
]
r!
Press _.
The hour
II
digital
irt_
Kc__
The minute indication
flashes.
Press either side of _
the minute.
I
to set
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_|11
/t
(-): to select
F/_>
,_
o._
(+): to select
rightwards
2
Press _.
leftwards__9
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1|-114-110
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The clock starts.
After the clock setting is completed,
the
display returns to normal play mode.
Note
In the
while
When
always
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initial setting, the clock indication appears
the unit is turned oft
the D.INFO mode is set to ON, the time is
displayed (page 21).
When
CD Player
CDIMD Unit (optional)
In addKion to playing a CD with this umt
alone, you can also control external CD/MD
units
If you connect an opnonal CD umt wKh the
CD TEXT funcuon, the CD TEXT mf,ormatlon
_xill appear m the display when you play a CD
TEXT disc
Press _
and insert the CD.
Labeled side up
last
track
on the
The track
number
and playback
CD
indication
restarts
Press
Stop playback
(_
Eject the CD
_
Playing
(with
then A
an optional
1
Press _
"CD" or "MD."
2
Press _
repeatedly
CD indication
©
Track number
Elapsed playing time
unit)
to select
untd the desired unit
appears.
CD/MD playback
All the discs
CDIMD
starts
in the current
CD/MD
unit is
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from the top
the
display
Each time you press _
or CD TEXT disc playback,
follows
[fa CD is already inserted, press (SOURCE)
repeatedly'
until "CD" appears to start
playback.
to "1."
a CD or MD
Changing
Close the front panel.
Playback starts automatically.
returns
from the first track of the
To
played
2
CD is
over
Listening to a CD
(with this unit only)
the
item
during MD, CD,
the item changes as
Disc number*_/Track number/
Elapsed playback time
Disc name_Z/Artist name .3
Track name .4
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*[ Whde an optional CD/MD unit is connected
.z If you have not labeled the CD or CD TEXT dlsc
("Labehng a CD" on page 12), or if there is no
disc name prerecorded
on the MD, "DISC" and
"NO NAME" appear m the display
_3 If you play a CD TEXT d_sc, the artist name
appears m the display after the disc name (Only
for CD TEXT dtscs w_th the artist name)
.4 If the track name of a CD TEXT disc or MD is not
prerecorded,
"TRACK" and "NO NAME"
in the display
appear
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After you select the desired item, the display
will automatically
change to the Motion
Display mode after a few seconds.
In the Motion Display mode, all the items are
scrolled in the display one by one in order.
Locating a specific track
-- Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)
During
playback, press either side of
momentarily for each track
you want to skip.
Note
If you use personalized
labels, they will always
take priority over the original CD TEXT
information
when such information
is displayed.
To locate
preceding
tracks
To locate
succeeding
tracks
np
The Motion Display mode can be turned off. (See
"Changing the sound and display settings" on
page 20.)
Automatically
-- Auto Scroll
scrolling
a disc name
If the disc name, artist name, or track name on
an MD or a CD TEXT disc exceeds eight
characters
and the Auto Scroll function is on,
information
automatically
scrolls across the
display as follows:
• The disc name appears when the disc has
changed (if the disc name is selected as the
display item).
• The track name appears when the track has
changed (if the track name is selected as the
display item).
• The disc or track name appears depending on
the setting when you press _
to select
an MD or CD TEXT disc.
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If you press _
to change the display
item, the disc or track name of the MD or CD
TEXT disc is scrolled automatically
whether
you set the function on or off.
1
During
2
Press either side of
playback, press (_.
repeatedly
(DISC/PRST)
until "A.SCRL-OFF"
3
Press the (+) side of _
"A.SCRL-ON."
4
Press (_.
To cancel
step 3.
Auto
Scroll, select
appears.
to select
"A.SCRL-OFF"
in
Note
For some CD TEXT discs with very many characters,
the following
cases may happen:
-- Some of the characters are not displayed,
--Auto
Scroll does not work.
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Locating
a specific
-- Manual Search
point
in a track
During playback, press and hold either
side of _.
Release when you
have found the desired point,
To search
backward
To search
forward
Note
If "L-L- l--L- " or "'_'_
"_'_" appears in the
display, you have reached the beginning
or the
end of the disc and you cannot go any further.
Locating
a disc
-- Disc Selection
Playing tracks in random
order - Shuffle Play
When an optional CD/MD unit is
connected, press either side of
to select the desired disc.
The desired disc in the current optional
CD/MD
unit begins playback.
You can select:
• SHUF-1 - to play the tracks on the current
disc in random order.
• SHUF-2 - to play the tracks in the current
optional CD/MD unit in random order.
• SHUF-ALL - to play all the tracks in all the
optional CD/MD
units in random order.
Playing tracks repeatedly
-- Repeat Play
The CD in the main unit will automatically
repeat itself when it reaches the end. As repeat
play, you can select:
• REP-1 - to repeat a track.
• REP-2 - to repeat a disc in the optional CD/
MD unit.
During playback, press Q (REP)
repeatedly until the desired setting
appears in the display.
IP REP-1_
REP-2*
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1_SHUF-1 _
SHUF-2*_
SHUF-OFF <
_
REP
Shuffle
_-SEEWAMS
JST
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REP-I
REP
_[Z]
Repeat
To return
OFF."
_n
To return
OFF."
_1
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5HUF
"'_'_"1 f_l
* "REP-2" is only available when you connect
one or more optional CD units, or when you
connect two or more optional MD units.
SHUF-ALL*--_
* "SHUF-2"" and "$HUF-ALL" are only available
when you connect one or more optional CD
units, or when you connect two or more
optional MD units.
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REP-OFF
During playback, press _
(SHUF)
repeatedly until the desired setting
appears in the display.
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SHUF
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Play starts.
to normal
play mode,
select
"SHUF-
8HUF
,j,_ It _
II ___II ,_ pl _
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Play starts.
to normal
play mode,
select "REP-
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.L.=_Laue,,ng
a CD
5
-
To return to normal CD play mode, press
Disc Memo
(For a CD unit with the custom file function)
You can label each disc with a personalized
name. You can enter up to eight characters
for
a disc. If you label a CD, you can locate the
disc by name (page la) and select the specific
tracks for playback
(page 14).
1
Start playing the disc you want to label.
2
Press _,
3
Press _.
then press either side of
(DISC/PRST)
repeatedly until "NAME
EDIT" appears.
Tips
• To erase or correct
for each character.
a name, enter
• There is another way to start labeling a CD. Press
(_
for two seconds instead of steps 2 and 3.
You can also complete the operation
by pressing
(_
for two seconds instead of step 5.
Displaying
Press _
playback.
the
disc memo
during
CD or CD TEXT disc
Each time you press _
CD TEXT disc playback,
as follows:
,.._.J y_ .......
4
(under-bar)
5L-HU ER f
Name edit mode
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""
4'
Disc number*VTrack
number/
Elapsed playback time
Enter the characters.
O Pressthe (+) side of
repeatedly
characters.
during CD or
the item changes
to select
the
4'
desired
Disc memo name
(A --, B --+ C --+ ... Z --+ 0 --_ 1 --* 2 --_
...9-++--,---_*--_/--b\--.>--_<
4,
Track name *z
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If you press the (-) side of
repeatedly,
reverse
the characters
will appear in
bar).
O Press the (+) side of (SEEKJAM$_
locating the desired character.
The next character
flashes.
after
If you press the (-) side of (SEEK/AM®,
the previous character flashes.
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CD unit is connected.
optional CD unit with the
the CD TEXT information
display when you play a
order.
If you want to put a blank space
between characters, select "_" (under-
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*_ While an optional
.2 If you connect an
CD TEXT function,
will appear in the
CD TEXT disc.
Repeat steps 0
entire name.
and 0 to enter the
Note
Do not use the Custom file feature while driving,
or perform any other function
which could divert
your attention
from the road.
Erasing
the
disc
1 Press _
"CD."
2
3
memo
repeatedly
to select
Locating a disc by name
-- List-up (For a CD unit with the custom
file function or an MD unit)
Press _
unit.
repeatedly
to select the CD
You
Press _,
then press either side of
repeatedly until "NAME
DEL" appears.
"Labeling
1
Press _
The name
for two
is erased.
for discs
(page
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that
have
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When you assign a disc memo
CD TEXT disc, it takes priority
original CD TEXT information.
seconds.
Press _
twice.
The unit returns to normal
Note
When a personalized
CD TEXT information
a CD"
•
Repeat steps 5 and 6 if you want
other names.
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function
Press _.
The name assigned
to the current
appears in the display.
Press either side of
repeatedly to select the disc name you
want to erase.
6
use this
been assigned
a custom
name. For more
information
on disc memo
names,
refer
4 Press .
5
can
disc
name to a
over the
to erase
2
Press either side of
repeatedly
disc.
until you find the desired
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CD play mode.
3
label is erased, the original
will appear in the display.
Press _
to play the disc.
Notes
• After a disc name has been displayed for five
seconds, the display returns to normal play
mode.
• The track names are not displayed during MD or
CD TEXT disc playback.
• If there are no discs in the magazine,
"NO DISC"
appears in the display.
• Ifa disc has not been assigned a custom file,
"********
" appears in the display,
• Some letters cannot be displayed during MD or
CD TEXT disc playback.
• If an optional TV system is connected, the disc
memo name appears in the display of the TV
system but not in the unit's display.
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Playing
specific
You can select:
Selecting specific tracks
for playback
only
(For a CD unit with the custom file function)
• "BANK-ON"
-- to play the tracks with the
"PLAY" setting.
• "BANK-INV"
(Inverse) -- to play the tracks
with the "SKIP" setting.
If you label the disc, you can set the unit to
skip or play the tracks of your choice.
1
Bank
1
2
Start playing the disc you want to label.
Press _,
(Dr_
appears.
then press either side of
repeatedly
until "BANK SEL"
2
3 Press_.
4
I
c
....
I= BANK-INV --_
UI_
Press either side of
repeatedly to select the track you want
to label.
O Press _
"PLAY."
BANK-ON
BANK.OFF <
, ,,
Label the tracks.
0
Press the (+) side of
repeatedly until the desired setting
appears,
, ,,,,,,
£_2
5
During playback, press _,
then
press either side of
repeatedly until "BANK-ON,"
"BANKINV," or "BANK-OFF" appears.
[_-----_
Bank edit mode
repeatedly
5
Repeat step 4 to set "PLAY"
all the tracks.
6
Press _
twice.
The unit returns to normal
or "SKIP"
3
Press _.
Playback starts
current one.
To return to normal
OFF" in step 2.
to select
for
CD play mode,
Notes
• You can set "PLAY" and "SKIP" for up to 24
tracks.
• You cannot set "SKIP" for all the tracks on a CD.
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tracks
from the track following
play mode,
select
the
"BANK-
Memorizing only the
desired stations
Radio
You can preset up to 18 FM stations (6 each ['or
FM1. FM2, and FM3). up to 12 AM stations (6
each for AMI and AM2) in the ordei of your
cho,ce
Memorizing stations
automatically
-- Best Tuning Memory (BTM)
The umt selects the stations with the strongest
signals and memorizes them in the order of
their frequencms You can store up to 6 stations
on each band (FM1. FM2. FM3, AMI, and
AM2)
1
Press _
tuner.
2
Press _
band.
3
Press either side of
Caution
4
Press _
repeatedly
tuner.
Each ume you press _,
changes as follows
'Tuner
_CD_MD
to select the
the source
__
TV _
If the corresponding
optional equipment
is
not connected, these items will not appear
2
Press _
band.
repeatedly
-AM2 _
3
Press _,
to select the
(SEEK/AMS_
to tune
Press the desired number button (Q to
_)
for two seconds until "MEM"
appears.
The number button indication appears m
the display.
II
Note
If you try to store another station on the same
number button, the previously stored station will
be erased
to select the
Each time you press _.
changes as follows
FM1 _
repeatedly
to select the
in the station that you want to store on
the number button.
When tuning in stauons while driving, use
Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents
1
repeatedly
the band
FM2-----_
AM1•
FM3---_
/
then press either side of
repeatedly until "BTM"
appears.
4
Press (_.
The unit stores stations in the order of their
frequencies
on the number buttons
A beep sounds when the setting is stored
Notes
• The unit does not store stations with weak
signals If only a few stations can be received,
some number buttons will retain their former
setting
• When a number is indicated in the display, the
unit starts storing stations from the one currently
displayed
• Ira CD is not in the unit, only the tuner band
appears even if you press (_
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Receiving the memorized
stations
1
Press _
tuner.
repeatedly
2
Press _
band.
3
Press the number button ((_D to (_D) on
which the desired station is stored.
repeatedly
to select the
Tip
Press either side of _OISC/PRSTD
tO receive the
stations in the order they are stored in the
memory (Preset Search Function).
tune
in a preset
Press either side of _
to search
for the station (automatic tuning).
Scanning
stops when the unit receives a
station. Press either side of
repeatedly
until the desired station is
received.
Note
If the automatic
tuning stops too frequently,
press
_,
then press either side of (DlSC/PRST)
repeatedly
until "LOCAL " (local seek mode) is
displayed. Then press the (+) side of (SEEKJAMS) tO
select "LOCAL-ON. " Press _,
Only the stations with relatively strong signals will
be tuned in.
Tips
• When you select the "LOCAL-ON" setting,
"L.SEEK" appears while the unit is searching for
a station.
• If you know the frequency of the station you
want to listen to, press and hold either side of
( SEEK/AMS_
until the desired frequency appears
(manual tuning),
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1
to select the
2
If you cannot
station
If FM stereo reception
Monaural Mode
3
is poor
During radio reception, press _,
then press either side of
repeatedly until "MONO-OFF" appears.
Press the (+) side of _
"MONO-ON"
appears.
The sound improves,
but becomes
monaural
("ST" disappears).
until
Press _.
To return to normal
OFF" in step 2.
mode,
Automatical
reception
adjustment
-- IF AUTO function
select
"MONO-
frequency
If interference
occurs, the "IF AUTO" function
of this unit will automatically
avoid noise and
narrow the reception
frequency.
In such cases,
some FM stereo broadcasts
may become
monaural,
If you would like to hear such
broadcasts
in stereo, manually switch to the
"WIDE" setting.
1 During radio reception, press _,
then press either side of
repeatedly until "IF AUTO" appears.
2
Press the (+) side of (SEEK/AMS)
"WIDE""
3
until
appears.
Press (_.
Note
When you widen the frequency signal reception
setting ("WIOE" mode), some interference
may
Occur.
Storing the station, names
-- Station Memo
You can assign a name to each radio
and store it in memory.
The name of
station currently
tuned in appears in
display. You can assign a name of up
characters
for a station.
Storing
1
the
station
Tune in a station
to store.
station
the
the
to eight
Tips
• To erase or correct a name, enter
for each character.
• There is another way to start storing
names. Press _
for two seconds
steps 2 and 3. You can also complete
operation
by pressing _
for two
instead of step 5.
Displaying
[
whose name you want
during
J I_1_1
Station name* _
station
instead of
the
seconds
name
radio reception.
I
T r
Each time you press _,
changes as fol]ows:
then press either side of
repeatedly until "NAME
EDIT" appears.
the item
Frequency
* If the station name of a station is not stored,
"NO NAME" appears in the display For one
second.
Press _.
I
4
the station
Press _
names
2 Press _,
3
.... (under-bar)
Erasing
1
Enter the characters.
O Press the (+) side of
repeatedly to select the desired
characters.
(A --_ B --_ C --_ ... Z --_ 0 --, 1 --_ 2 --_
... 9 --_ + --_ - --, * --_ / --_ \ --_ > --, <
Press _,
3
Press _.
5
name
II
then press either side of
repeatedly until "NAME
DEL" appears.
Press _
for two seconds.
The name is erased.
Repeat steps 1 through
erase other names.
If you press the (-) side of _ST)
repeatedly, the characters appear in the
reverse order.
If you want to put a blank space
between characters, select "_" (underbar).
station
Tune in a station whose name you want
to erase.
2
4
\v/,L
the
4 if you want to
Press _
twice.
The unit returns to the normal
reception
mode.
radio
Note
Press the (+) side of _
locating the desired character.
The next character flashes.
_-_
(+)
,,Ftf
I
after
When you erase all of the station
NAME" appears in step 4.
names, "NO
]
l
Jl"
If you press the (-) side of
the previous character flashes.
Repeat steps 101and _
entire name.
5
to enter the
To return to the normal radio reception,
press _.
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Locating a station by
Other Functions
name - List-up
Press _
momentarily.
The name assigned to the stauon
tuned appears
m the display
ss
2
currently
I
Press either side of
repeatedly until you find the desired
station,
When no name is assigned to the selected
station, the frequency
appears
in the
display
3
!1
Press _
station.
to tune in the desired
Notes
• Once the station name or frequency has been
displayed for five seconds, the display goes back
to its normal mode
• When you connect a TV tuner, the list-up
indication
will not appear in the display of the
unit
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You can also control
commander
the umt with a rotary
Labeling the rotary
commander
Depending
on how you mount the rotary
commander,
attach the appropriate
label as
shown in the illustrauon
below
By rotating
the control
(the SEEK/AMS control)
Using the rotary
commander
The rotary commander
works by pressing
buttons and/or
rotating controls.
You can also control an optional CD/MD
with the rotary commander.
By pressing buttons
(the SOURCE and MODE
unit
buttons)
Rotate the control momentarily
and
release it to:
• Locate a specific track on a disc. Rotate
and hold the control until you locate the
specific point in a [rack, then release it to
start playback.
• Tune in stations automatically.
Rotate and
hold the control to find a specific station.
|
By pushing
in and rotating
the
control
(the PRESETIDISC control)
Each time you press _,
source changes as follows:
Tuner --_ CD -+ MD* --* TV*
the
* If the corresponding
optional equipment
is
not connected, these items will not appear.
Pressing (_
changes the operation
in the following
ways:
• Tuner: FM1 --* FM2 --, FM3 --* AM1 --_ AM2
• CD unit*: CD1 --* CD2 --* ...
• MD unit*: MD1 --_ MD2 --_ ...
• TV/Video*: TV1 --, TV2 --, AUX
* If the corresponding optional equipment
is
not connected, these items will not appear.
Push in and rotate the control to:
• Receive the stations memorized on the
number buttons.
• Change the disc.
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Other
np
operations
Rotate the VOL control to
adjust the volume.
Press _
attenuate
You can also change the operative direction of
these controls with the unit (see "Changing the
sound and display settings" on page 21).
to
the
sound.
Adjusting the sound
characteristics
turn off the unit.
a rd;s,
:t ut°e and
You can adjust the bass, treble, balance,
fader.
You can store the bass and treble levels
independently
1
sound menu.
Press _
to display
the memorized names.
and
for each source.
Select the item you want to adjust by
pressing _
repeatedly.
Each time you press _,
the item
changes as follows:
BAS (bass) --, TRE (treble) --* BAt (left-right)
--* FAD (front-rear)
If your car has no ACC (accessory) position on the
ignition key switch, be sure to press _
for two
seconds to turn off the clock indication
after
turning
off the engine.
Changing
the
operative
The operative
direction
set as shown below.
direction
of controls
is factory-
2
Adjust the selected item by pressing
either side of _.
When adjusting
with the rotary
commander,
press _
and rotate
VOL control.
the
Note
Adjust
item.
within
three seconds after selecting
the
TO increase
Attenuating the sound
To decrease
If yOu need to mount the rotary commander
the right hand side of the steering column,
can reverse the operative
direction.
on
you
Press _
on the rotary commander
card remote commander.
"ATT-ON"
flashes momentarily.
To restore the previous
again.
volume
or
level, press
r_p
When the interface cable of a car telephone is
connected to the A TT lead, the unit decreases the
volume automatically
when a telephone call comes
in (Telephone A TT function).
Press _
for two seconds while
pushing the VOL control.
2O
Changing
display
The following
the
sound
You can easily switch among
and
categories
("SET",
"DIS", "P/M" (play mode), and "EDT" (edit
mode)) by pressing either side of
for two seconds.
settings
items can be set:
SET (setting)
• CLOCK (page 8)
• BEEP -- to turn the beeps on or off.
• RM (Rotary Commander)
-- to change the
operative
direction of the controls of the
rotary commander•
-- Select "NORM" to use the rotary
commander
as the factory-set
position.
-- Select "REV" when you mount the rotary
commander
on the right side of the
steering column.
DIS (display)
• D.INFO (Dual Information)
-- to display the
clock and the play mode at the same time
(ON).
• AMBER/GREEN
*_ -- to change the
illumination
color to amber or green.
• M.DSPL (Motion Display) -- to turn the
motion display on or off.
• A.SCRL (Auto Scroll) (page 10)
P/M
• HPF (High pass filter for the pre-output)
.2 -to select the roll off frequency
of the preoutput.
• SUB LPF (Low pass filter for the subwoofer
output) .2 -- to select the roll off frequency
of
the subwoofer
output.
3
Press the (+) side of _
to select
the desired setting (Example: ON or OFF)
or press either side of
repeatedly to select the frequency
(Example: off, 80 Hz, 120 Hz).
4
Press _.
After the mode setting is completed,
the
display returns to normal play mode.
Boosting the bass sound
-- D-bass
You can enjoy a clear and powerful
bass
sound.
The D-bass function boosts the low and high
frequency
signal with a sharper curve than
conventional
bass boost.
You can hear the bass line more clearly even
while the vocal volume remains the same. You
can emphasize
and adjust the bass sound
easily with the D-BASS button.
>
"
*_ CDX-C5005 only
,z CDX-C7OOOXonly
D BASS.2
Note
If you connect an optional power amplifier
and do
not use the built-in amplifier,
the beep sound will
be disabled.
Press either side of _s©
repeatedly
until the desired item appears.
Each time you press the (-) side of
_,
the item changes as follows:
CLOCK --_ BEEP --+ RM --' D.INFO --* AMBER/
GREEN .1 --* M.DSPL --_ A.SCRL *z
* _ CDX-C5005 only
.z When no CD or MD is playing,
not appear,
Note
The displayed
the source.
Frequency (Hz)
Adjusting
1 Press .
2
0o8
item will differ
the bass curve
Press (_
repeatedly until the
desired bass level (1, 2, or 3) appears in
the display.
To cancel,
select "D.BASS-OFF."
Note
If the bass sound becomes distorted, select a less
"
effect •ve sett "ng of ' D.BASS ' or adjust
the vol ume .
this item will
depending
on
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Memorizing TV channels
automatically
TVNideo (optional)
You can connect an opuonal
momtor to this umt,
TV tuner
and TV
The unit selects the TV channels
strongest
signals and memorizes
order of their frequency
with the
them in the
Caution
Watching the IV
1 Press (SOURCE)
appears.
2
repeatedly
When tuning m a station while dro/lng, use
Best Tumng Memory to prevent accidents
until "TV"
1
Press either side of _ST)
repeatedly to select the desired TV band.
Press _
appears.
2
Press _
"AUX,"
repeatedly until "TV"
repeatedly
to select
Play the video
Notes
• The mdicatlon
automancally
switches to
"VIDEO 1 " soon after "AUX" _sdisplayed
• "VIDEO 2" appears if the VIDEO 2 terminal
the TV monitor
is selected
of
repeatedly until "TV"
2
Press _,
3
Press _.
The unit stores TV channels in the order of
their frequencies
on the number buttons.
A beep sounds when the setting [s stored.
Watching a video
1
Press _
appears.
then press either side of
until "AUTO MEM" appears.
Notes
• The unit does not store TV channels with weak
signals If only a few TV channels can be
received, some number buttons will remain
empty
• When a preset number is Indicated m the display,
the unit starts storing TV channels from the one
currently displayed.
Memorizing only the
desired TV channels
You can store up to 12 channels
(6 each for
TV1 and TV2) on the number buttons in the
order of your choice
1
Press (SOURCE)
appears.
2
Press either side of _
to tune
in the TV channel you want to store on
each number button.
3
until "TV"
Press and hold the desired number
button (@ to @) until you hear a beep
sound,
The number button indication
and "MEM"
appear
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repeatedly
in the display
Note
If you try to store another channel on the same
number button, the previously stored channel will
be erased
Storing the TV channel
names
Follow the steps in "Storing
names"
the station
Displaying the
information stored on
discs
(page 17).
Press _
Displaying
names
the TV or radio
Press _
Example."
station
Example:
When CD unit
during TV or radio reception.
When
receiving
the FM1
band
FM 1
C)----
r"q-iwcBs
during CD/MD
I _21-1wac S
CD
.--]2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 is selected.
3CHUBERT]
_OZART
/
ACH
ISZT
OPIN
/
/
(&) Preset numbers
(_) Stored station names
(_) Frequencies*
If the name of a station is not stored, the
frequency of that station will be displayed
instead.
Notes
• It may take some time before all indications
appear in the display.
• The TV channel does not appear during list
display.
• The contents of the preset memory cannot be
listed when the unit is in simultaneous
play
mode (page 23).
Turning
off
the display
During radio reception, press
again.
During TV reception,
the list display on the
TV monitor will automatically
turn off after
a few seconds.
J
/
'®
,®
®
I
lo
O
(_
<_
(_
playback.
Disc numbers
Titles stored as custom files
No disc is loaded .1
No stored titles .2
(_ TOC information
has not been identified
I
yet *z
_ A blank space displayed next to a disc
number represents empty slots in the disc
magazine.
• z Ira title is not registered in the custom file,
"*****_ " is displayed.
• 3 If the disc information
has notyet been read
by the unit, "?" is displayed.
Notes
• It may take some time before all indications
appear in the display,
• The TV channel does not appear during list
display.
• The contents of the preset memory cannot be
listed when the unit is in the simultaneous
play
mode (page 23).
Turning
Press _
off the display
again.
Watching the TV or video
while listening to a CD or
MD - Simultaneous Play
The simultaneous
play function does not work
while you are listening to the radio.
Continue
to next page --_
23
1
Press _,
then press either side of
repeatedly until "SML"
appears.
Additional
Information
2 press .
__tlL
/ -"
•
|--
T_
Maintenance
_llllllt¢
L M
"IiIIiII_
Fuse
3
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one
matching
the amperage
rating stated on the
original fuse If the fuse blows, check the
power connection
and replace the fuse If the
fuse blows again after replacement,
there may
be an internal malfunction
In such a case,
Press the (-) side of _.
Ib'
\
../i H_
_t
I /4
)21- TF_
.....
consult
4
Press (SOURCE)
or MD.
Ip
_t
repeatedly
_:
repeatedly
lt4TI
IIM
2TII
_111
to select a TV
I:
I:.
Press _.
Play starts
If you are already watching
the TV or x,[deo
and want to listen to a CD or MD as well,
follow
the same steps
Returning
to normal
mode
To cancel the CD or MD, select "- - -" in
step 3.
To cancel the IV or video, select "
in step 5.
Note
If you press _-- (EJECT) on a CD/MD umt wh#e the
unit is m simultaneous play mode, Sfmultaneous
Play is canceled.
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Son,,, dealer
Fuse (10 A)
....
/lllllll
Press (SOURCE)
or video.
S_multaneous
nearest
I
I11
IIM
7
your
to select CD
5 Press the (+) side of _.
6
replacement
Warning
Never use a fuse with an amperage
rating
exceeding
the one supphed
with the unit as
this could damage the unit
Cleaning
The unit
connectors
panel are
open the
detach it
the
connectors
may not function properly
if the
between the unit and the front
not clean. In order to prevent this,
front panel by pressing _,
then
and clean the connectors
with a
Dismounting the unit
1
Press the clip inside the front cover with
a thin screwdriver, and gently pry the
front cover free.
cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Do not apply
too much force. Otherwise.
the connectors
may
be damaged.
2
Repeat step 1 on the left side.
The front cover is removed.
Main unit
II
Backof the front panel
Notes
• Forsefety, turn off the engine before cleaning
the connectors, and remove the key from the
ignition switch.
• Never touch the connectors directly with your
fingers or with any metal device.
3
Use a thin screwdriver to push in the clip
on the left side of the unit, then pull out
the left side of the unit until the catch
clears the mounting.
4
Repeat step 3 on the right side.
5
Slide the unit out of the mounting.
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Specifications
AUDIO
POWER
POWER
SPECIFICATIONS
OUTPUT
AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION
19 watts per channel
minimum
continuous
average power into
4 ohms, 4 channels
driven from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with no more
than 1% total harmonic
distortion.
Other
specifications
CO player
section
System
Signal-to-noise
ratio
Frequency
response
Wow and flutter
Laser Diode Properties
Material
Wavelength
Emission Duration
Laser output
|
*
power
Power
amplifier
Compact disc digital audio
system
90 dB
10 - 20,000 Hz
Below measurable
limit
Outputs
GaAIAs
780 nm
Continuous
Less than 44.6 pW*
General
Speaker impedance
Maximum
power output
Outputs
This output is the value measured at a distance
of 20O mm from the objective lens surface on
the Optical Pick-up Block.
Tone controls
Power
FM
Tuning
CDX-C7OOOX/C5000X
87.5 - 107.9 kHz
CDX-C5005
range
FM tuning interval:
50 kHz/200
kHz
switchable
87.5 - 108 MHz
(at 50 kHz step)
87.5 - 107.9 MHz
(at 200 kHz step)
External antenna connector
10.7 MHz/450
kHz
8 dBf
75 dB at 400 kHz
66 dB (stereo),
72 dB (mono)
at 1 kHz
0.6 % (stereo).
0.3 % (mono)
35 dB at 1 kHz
30 - 15,000 Hz
Antenna terminal
Intermediate
frequency
Usable sensitivity
Selectivity
Signal-to-noise
ratio
Harmonic
distortion
Separation
Frequency
response
requirements
Dimensions
Mounting
dimensions
Mass
Supplied accessories
Optional
Optional
accessories
equipment
AM
Tuning range
Antenna
2_,
terminal
Intermediate
OSensitivity
frequency
CDX-C7000X/C5000X
530 - 1,710 kHz
CDX C5005
AM tuning interval:
9 kHz/10 kHz
switchable
531 1,602 kHz
(at 9 kHz step)
530 - 1,710 kHz
(at 10 kHz step)
External antenna connector
10.7 MHz/450 kHz
30 pV
section
Speaker outputs
(sure seal connectors)
4 8 ohms
50 W x 4 (at 4 ohms)
Audio outputs
Power antenna relay
control lead
Power amplifier control
lead
Telephone
ATT control
lead
Bass ±9 dB at 100 Hz
Treble ±9 dB at 10 kHz
12 V DC car battery
(negative ground)
Approx. 178 x 50 x 183 mm
(7 1/8 x 2 x 7 1/4 in.)
(w/h/d)
Approx. 182 x 53 x 162 mm
(7 1/I x 2 !/8 x 6 1/2 in.)
(w/h/d)
Approx. 1.2 kg (2 lb. 10 oz.)
Parts for installation
and
connections
(1 set)
Front panel case (1)
Card remote commander
RM-X91 (CDX CTO00X
only)
Rotary commander
RM-X4S
Card remote commander
RM-X91
BUS cable (supplied with
an RCA pin cord)
RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m)
CD changer (10 discs)
CDX-838, CDX-737,
CDX-636
MD changer (6 discs)
MDX 65
Other CD/MD changers
with the Sony-BUS system
Source selector
XA-C30
TV tuner
XT 40V, etc
Design and specifications
without notice,
are subject
to change
Troubleshooting guide
The following checklist will help you remedy the problems
you may encounter
with your
Before going through
the checklist below, check the connection
and operating
procedures.
unit.
General
Problem
CauselSolution
No sound.
• Cancel
the ATT function.
• Set the fader control to the center position for two-speaker
system.
• Rotate the dial clockwise to adjust the volume.
The contents
of the
have been erased.
Indications
display.
memory
do not appear
No beep
sound.
CDIMD
playback
• The power cord or battery has been disconnected.
• The reset button has been pressed.
--* Store again into the memory.
in the
Remove the front panel and clean the connectors.
"Cleaning
the connectors"
(page 25) for details.
• The beep sound is cancelled
(page 21).
• If you connect an optional amplifier and do not use the builtin amplifier, the beep sound will be deactivated.
Problem
CauselSolution
A disc cannot be loaded.
• Another CD is already loaded.
• The CD is forcibly inserted upside
way.
Playback does not begin.
Defective
A disc is automatically
The ambient
ejected.
CD will not be ejected.
The operation
function.
The sound
vibration.
buttons
skips
due to
The sound skips.
Cannot turn
indication,
See
off the
or in the wrong
MD or dirty CD.
temperature
exceeds
50 _C (122 oF).
You have closed the front panel or pushed the disc forcibly
into the unit while the unit was ejecting the disc after you
pressed _--.
--* Press the reset button.
do not
Press the reset button.
° The unit is installed at an angle of more than 60 _.
• The unit is not installed in a sturdy part of the car.
A dirty or defective
....
down
disc.
You cannot label CDs unless you connect
custom file function.
--* Press _
for two seconds.
a CD unit with the
27
reception
Radio
Problem
CauselSolution
Preset tuning
is not possible.
• Store the correct frequency
in the memory.
• The broadcast
signal is too weak,
The stations cannot be received.
The sound is hampered
by
noises,
Connect a power antenna control lead (blue) or accessory
power supply lead (red) to the power supply lead of a car's
antenna booster. (Only when your car has built-in FM/AM
antenna in the rear/side
glass.)
Automatic
possible.
The broadcast signal is too weak.
--* Use manual tuning.
tuning
is not
The "ST" indication
Interference
reception.
Error
occurs
displays
The following
flashes.
during
• Tune in the frequency accurately.
• The broadcast
signal is too weak.
-+ Set to the MONO mode (page
FM
The WIDE mode is selected.
--_ Set the IF mode to IF AUTO
16).
(page
16).
(when an optional CD/MD unit is connected)
indications
Display
will flash for about
five seconds,
and an alarm sound
Cause
Solution
NOMAG
The disc magazine
the CD/MD unit.
is not inserted
NO DISC
No disc is inserted
in the CD/MD
a CD/MD cannot
some problem.
play because
NG DISCS
will be heard.
unit.
A CD is dirty or inserted
in
Insert
unit,
the magazine
in the CD!MD
Insert
discs in the CD/MD
unit.
Insert
another
CD/MD.
of
upside
Clean
or insert
Insert
another
the CD correctly.
ERROR*' d°wn'*2
An MD does not playback
some problem. .2
because
of
MD.
BLANK*'
No tracks
MD. .2
The CD/MD unit cannot be operated
because of some problem.
Press
RESET
[_ [_Ar_v
, i=...r_=J--
The lid of the MD unit is open or the
MDs are not inserted properly,
Close the lid or insert
properly.
TEMP
The ambient temperature
50 _C (122 q¢).
Wait until the temperature
goes
down below 50 _C (122 _F).
NO
H[
have been recorded
on an
is more than
Play an MD with recorded
on it.
*' When an error occurs during playback of an MD or CD, the disc number
appear in the display.
.z The disc number of the disc causing the error appears in the display.
If the above-mentioned
dealer.
Sony Corporation
solutions do not help improve the situation,
Printed in USA
Sony@line
the reset button
tracks
on the unit.
the MDs
of the MD or CD does not
consult your nearest Sony
http://www.world.sony.com/