Sony Cassette Player CFD-CD777S MK2 User manual

Sony Cassette Player CFD-CD777S MK2 User manual
3-260-754-11 (1)
CD Radio
Cassette-Corder
Operating Instructions page 2GB
CFD-CD777S MK2
© 2003 Sony Corporation
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Warning
To prevent fire or shock hazard,
do not expose the player to rain
or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not
open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel
only.
Warning
Do not install the appliance in a confined space,
such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the
appliance.
The FUNCTION selector is located at the front.
When you turn on the player, the OPR/BATT
indicator lights up.
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Table of contents
Basic Operations
The CD Player
Using the display .......................................... 14
Locating a specific track ............................... 14
Playing tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play) ....... 15
Creating your own program
(Program Play) ......................................... 16
The Tape Player
Basic Operations
Playing a CD .................................................. 4
Listening to the radio ...................................... 6
Playing a tape ................................................. 8
Recording on a tape ...................................... 10
Dubbing ........................................................ 12
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Recording through a microphone/Using
as a PA system .......................................... 17
The Audio Emphasis
Selecting the audio emphasis
(DYNAMIC SOUND SYSTEM) ............. 18
Setting Up
Choosing the power sources ......................... 19
Connecting optional components ................. 21
Additional Information
Precautions ................................................... 22
Troubleshooting ............................................ 24
Maintenance ................................................. 26
Specifications ............................................... 27
Index ............................................................. 28
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Basic Operations
Playing a CD
1
2,3
4
For hookup instructions, see pages 19 – 20.
1
2
Set FUNCTION to CD.
Press Z PUSH OPEN/CLOSE down
to open the lid of the CD
compartment and place a CD
on the CD compartment.
With the label side up
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Close the lid of the CD compartment.
4
Display
Press u (N on the remote).
The player plays all the tracks once.
Playing time
Use these buttons for additional operations
FUNCTION ., >
VOLUME
u
Basic Operations
Track number
Z PUSH OPEN/CLOSE
x
Level meter
Tip
During operation, the level
meter shows the frequency
level of the sound.
Adjusting the volume will
not affect the level meter.
To
Do this
adjust the volume
Turn VOLUME.
stop playback
Press x.
pause playback
Press u. (On the remote, press
X.)
Press the button again to resume
play after pause.
go to the next track
Press >.
go back to the previous track Press ..
remove the CD
Press ZPUSH OPEN/CLOSE.
turn off the player
Set FUNCTION to TAPE• CD/
RADIO OFF.
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Listening to the radio
1
2
3
For hookup instructions, see pages 19 – 20.
1
2
3
Set FUNCTION to RADIO.
Set BAND to select the band you
want.
Turn TUNING to tune in the station
you want.
For better SW reception, use FINE
TUNING.
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3
Use these buttons for additional operations
FUNCTION VOLUME
Level meter
Basic Operations
Tips
• During operation, the level
meter shows the frequency
level of the sound.
Adjusting the volume will
not affect the level meter.
• If the FM broadcast is
noisy, set ISS•FM MODE
at the rear to “MONO”.
Radio will play in
monaural.
To
Do this
adjust the volume
Turn VOLUME .
turn off the radio
Set FUNCTION to TAPE• CD/
RADIO OFF.
To improve broadcast reception
Reorient the antenna for FM. Reorient the player itself for
MW. For SW, extend the antenna vertically.
for MW
for FM
for SW
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Playing a tape
3 1
2
3
2
For hookup instructions, see pages 19 – 20.
1
2
Set FUNCTION to TAPE•CD/
RADIO OFF.
Press xZ to open tape compartment
and insert a recorded tape. Use TYPE
I (normal) tape only. Close the
compartment.
With the side you want
to play facing you
3
Press PLAY N.
The player starts playing.
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Use these buttons for additional operations
Level meter
m, M
xZ
X
Basic Operations
DIRECTION
DIR MODE
hH
VOLUME
m, M
X
xZ
Note
During playback, do not
press M, m or N on
the other deck as this causes
excessive wow and flutter.
Tips
• During operation, the level
meter shows the frequency
level of the sound.
Adjusting the volume will
not affect the level meter.
• To play tapes in both decks
successively, press N on
deck B and then press
PLAY and X on deck A as
the same time. When the
tape ends on deck B, the
playback starts
automatically on deck A.
To
Do this
adjust the volume
Turn VOLUME.
stop playback
Press xZ.
fast-forward or rewind the tape
Press m or M.
pause playback
Press X.
Press the button again to
resume play after pause.
play the opposite side of
the tape (deck A only)
Press down DIRECTION
once.
DIRECTION h H (reverse/
forward) indicators show the
tape direction of deck A.
eject the cassette
Press xZ.
To select the direction of the tape (deck A
only)
To play
Set DIR MODE to
both sides of the tape
repeatedly
both sides of the tape
from the front side to
reverse side only*
* If play begins from the reverse side, the tape stops at the end of
that side.
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Recording on a tape
2
3
1
MIC
For hookup instructions, see pages 19 – 20.
1
Press xZ to open the tape
compartment on deck B and insert a
blank tape. Use TYPE I (normal)
tape only. Close the compartment.
With the side you want to
record on facing you
2
Select the program source you want
to record.
To record from the CD player, set
FUNCTION to CD and insert a CD
(see page 4).
To record from the radio, set
FUNCTION to RADIO, and tune in
the station you want using BAND
and TUNING (see page 6).
To record from the built-in
microphone (MIC), set FUNCTION
to TAPE•CD/RADIO OFF.
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Display
3Deck B
Press z on deck B (N is depressed
automatically).
Use these buttons for additional operations
xZ
Basic Operations
Notes
• During recording, do not
press M, m or PLAY
on deck A as this causes
excessive wow and flutter.
• While recording from the
built-in microphone (MIC),
no sound comes from the
speakers or the headphones.
• When you connect the
microphone to the MIX
MIC jack, you cannot
record from the built-in
microphone.
Tips
• Adjusting the volume or
selecting the audio
emphasis (see page 18) will
not affect the recording
level.
• If the MW program makes
a whistling sound after
you've pressed z in step 3,
set the ISS•FM MODE
(Interference Suppress
Switch) at the rear to the
position that most decreases
the noise.
• For the best results, use the
AC power as a power
source.
• To erase a recording,
proceed as follows:
1 Insert the tape into deck
B.
2 Disconnect the audio
source if connected to the
TV/LINE IN jack at the
rear.
3 Set FUNCTION to TV/
LINE IN.
4 Press z on deck B.
Start recording.
X
n
xZ
X
To
Press
stop recording
xZ on deck B
pause recording
X on deck B
Press the button again to resume
recording.
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Dubbing
4
3
2 1 4
5
1
For hookup instructions, see pages 19 – 20.
1
Insert a recorded tape into deck A
and a blank tape into deck B. Use
TYPE I (normal) tape only.
Close the compartment.
With the side you want to
record on facing you
2
3
Set FUNCTION to DUBBING.
To dub at high speed, press HIGH
SPEED DUBBING to
ON.
To dub at normal speed, press HIGH
SPEED DUBBING to
OFF.
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4Deck A
Note
During dubbing, do not set
FUNCTION or press HIGH
SPEED DUBBING as this
causes excessive wow and
flutter.
Tips
• Adjusting the volume or
selecting the audio
emphasis (see page 18) will
not affect the recording
level.
• For the best results, use the
AC power as a power
source.
• When the tape in deck A
ends first, deck B will
continue recording till the
tape end. When the tape in
deck B ends first, deck A
plays on according to the
setting of the DIR MODE
switch.
Start dubbing.
Press z on deck B (N is depressed
automatically).
Basic Operations
5Deck B
Press X and then press PLAY on
deck A.
Use these buttons for additional operations
xZ
xZ
To stop dubbing
Press xZ on deck A and B.
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The CD Player
Using the display
You can check information about the CD
using the display.
Locating a specific
track
You can quickly locate any track using the
number buttons. You can also find a specific
point in a track while playing a CD.
Number
buttons
DISPLAY
., >
Checking the total track
number and playing time
Press DISPLAY (DISPLAY/ENTER on the
player) in stop mode.
Total playing
time
Total track
number
Checking the remaining time
Press DISPLAY (DISPLAY/ENTER on the
player) while playing a CD. The display
changes as follows:
tthe current track number and playing
time
r
the current track number and the
remaining time on the current track*
r
the number of tracks left and remaining
time on the CD
* For a track whose number is more than 20, the
remaining time appears as “– –:– –”.
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To locate
a specific track directly
Press
the number button of
the track.
a point while listening to > (forward) or .
the sound
(backward) while
playing and hold down
until you find the point.
a point while observing > (forward) or .
the display
(backward) in pause
and hold down until
you find the point.
Note
You cannot locate a specific track if “SHUF
REP” or “PGM” is lit in the display. Turn off the
indication by pressing x.
Tip
When you locate a track numbered over 10, press
>10 first, then the corresponding number buttons.
Example:
To play track number 23, press >10 first, then 2
and 3.
Playing tracks
repeatedly (Repeat Play)
On the player
Use PLAY MODE instead of MODE, . or
> to select the track instead of the number
button, and u instead of N.
You can play tracks repeatedly in normal,
shuffle or program play modes (see page
16).
To cancel Repeat Play
Press MODE until “REP” disappears from
the display.
Number
buttons
The CD Player
Tip
Press and hold LOOP on the remote during play to
repeat a selected part of a CD. When you release
LOOP, the player returns to normal play.
MODE
N
1
Set FUNCTION to CD on the player.
2
Proceed as follows:
To repeat
Do this
a single track 1 Press MODE until “REP 1”
appears.
2 Press the number button to
select the track that you
want to repeat.
3 Press N.
all the tracks 1 Press MODE until “REP
ALL” appears.
2 Press N.
tracks in
1 Press MODE until “SHUF
random order
REP” appears.
2 Press N.
programed
1 Press MODE until “PGM
tracks
REP” appears.
2 Program tracks (see step 3
on page 16).
3 Press N.
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Creating your own
program (Program Play)
You can arrange the playing order of up to
20 tracks on a CD.
On the player
1 Set FUNCTION to CD.
2 Press PLAY MODE until “PGM” appears in the
display.
3 Press . or > then press DISPLAY/
ENTER for the tracks you want to program in
the order you want.
4 Press u.
To cancel Program Play
Press MODE until “PGM” disappears from
the display.
Number
buttons
MODE
To check the order of tracks
before play
Press DISPLAY.
Every time you press the button, the track
number appears in the programed order.
DISPLAY
N
1
Set FUNCTION to CD on the player.
2
Press MODE until “PGM” appears in
the display.
3
Press the number buttons for the tracks
you want to program in the order you
want.
Playing order
Programed
track
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Press N to start program play.
To change the current program
Press x once if the CD is stopped and twice
if the CD is playing. The current program
will be erased. Then create a new program
following the programing procedure.
Tips
• You can play the same program again, since the
program is saved until you open the CD
compartment or switch FUNCTION.
• The current program will be erased if you switch
FUNCTION or open the CD compartment.
• You can record your own program. After you’ve
created the program, insert a blank tape into
deck B and press z on deck B to start recording.
The Tape Player
Recording through a
microphone/Using as a
PA system
You can record sound using a microphone
(not supplied) or use the player as a public
address system.
MIX MIC FUNCTION
z
Using as a PA system
1
Plug the microphone into the MIX MIC
jack and turn on the microphone if it has
a power switch.
2
Set FUNCTION to TV/LINE IN.
3
Sing or speak into the microphone and
adjust the volume.
Tip
You can mix CD or radio sounds and record them
by adding your voice or other audio through the
microphone.
The Tape Player
Notes
• Acoustic feedback (howling) tend to occur when
you use a microphone with echo function.
• If acoustic feed back (howling) occurs, turn
down the volume or move the microphone away
from the speakers.
Recording through a
microphone
1
Plug the microphone into the MIX MIC
jack and turn on the microphone if it has
a power switch.
2
Set FUNCTION to TAPE•CD/RADIO
OFF.
3
Insert a blank tape into deck B and press
z to start recording.
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The Audio Emphasis
Using the PRESET MODE
Set the PRESET MODE selector to the
sound mode you want.
Selecting the audio
emphasis
(DYNAMIC SOUND SYSTEM)
Use
MANUAL
You can select the audio emphasis of the
sound you are listening to.
DISCO
BALANCE
PARTY
5 BAND GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER
PRESET
MODE
LIVE
To
select the sound using the 5
BAND GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER.
get powerful, clear sounds
emphasizing low and high
range audio.
get light, bright sounds
emphasizing high and
middle range audio.
get wide-ranging sounds
having presense.
Adjusting the sound balance of
the left and right speakers
Use BALANCE.
Using the 5 BAND GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER
Slide 5 BAND GRAPHIC EQUALIZER to
select the audio emphasis you want.
Use
MEGA BASS
400 Hz
1 kHz
4 kHz
10 kHz
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To select
deep bass sound
speaking voice, middle
frequencies of instrumental
music
presence of vocals
brightness of sound
high treble sounds or to
reduce high frequency
noise/tape hiss
Note
When selecting the 5 BAND GRAPHIC
EQUALIZER, be sure to set the PRESET MODE
selector to MANUAL. The graphic equalizer will
not work in any other position.
Setting Up
Choosing the power sources
You can use the AC power or batteries as a power source.
1 Speaker terminals
4 Battery compartment
Right speaker
AC IN
Setting Up
Left speaker
Speaker cord
2 to a wall outlet
1 Hooking up the speakers
1 Align the grooves and slide the speaker
box down until it snaps into place A.
A
Tips
• To detach the speakers, unlock speaker (see B
on the diagram) and slide the speaker box all the
way up and away from the player.
• Connect the supplied speakers to this player. If
you connect any other speakers or equipment,
malfunction may occur.
2
Connect the black wires to (–) minus
and the red wires to (+) plus terminals;
the right speaker wires to the R and the
left speaker wires to the L terminals.
B
continued
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2 Connecting the AC power cord
Insert one end of the supplied AC
power cord to the AC IN socket located
at the rear of the player, and the other
end to the wall outlet.
4 Using the player on batteries
Insert eight R20 (size D) batteries (not
supplied) into the battery compartment.
To use the player on batteries,
disconnect the AC power cord from the
player.
Adjusting the voltage
Be sure to set the VOLTAGE SELECTOR
(at the rear) to your local power supply.
Tip
Only for the customers supplied with
an AC plug adaptor:
Use the supplied AC plug adaptor if the plug
of the AC power cord does not match your
outlet.
3 Inserting batteries into the remote
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries (not
supplied).
Replacing batteries
With normal use, the batteries should last for
about six months. When the remote no
longer operates the player, replace all the
batteries with new ones.
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Replacing batteries
Replace the batteries when the OPR/BATT
indicator dims or when the player stops
operating. Replace all the batteries with new
ones.
Notes
• Before you replace the batteries, be sure to take
out the CD from the player.
• When you use the DC IN 12V jack, do not
connect a power cord to the cigarette lighter
socket.
Connecting optional
components
You can enjoy the sound from a TV or VCR
through the speakers of this player.
Be sure to turn off the power of each
equipment before making connections, and
set FUNCTION to TAPE•CD/RADIO OFF.
For details, refer to the instruction manual of
the component to be connected.
FUNCTION
Note
Connect the cables firmly to avoid any
malfunction.
Tip
You can record the sound of the connected
component. Insert a blank tape, and press z on
deck B
TV/LINE IN
Setting Up
1
Connect a component to the player.
Rear panel
of this
player
to line out jack
TV, VCR,
cassette
player/
recorder, etc.
Audio connecting
cable (not supplied)
2
Set FUNCTION to TV/LINE IN and
play the connected component.
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Additional Information
Precautions
On safety
• As the laser beam used in the CD player
section is harmful to the eyes, do not
attempt to disassemble the casing. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into
the player, unplug the player, and have it
checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
• Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g.,
heart, square, star) cannot be played on
this player. Attempting to do so may
damage the player. Do not use such discs.
On power sources
• For AC operation, check that the player’s
operating voltage is identical with your
local power supply (see “Specifications”)
and use the supplied AC power cord; do
not use any other type. The voltage
selector is located at the rear of the player.
• The player is not disconnected from the
AC power source (mains) as long as it is
connected to the wall outlet, even if the
player itself has been turned off.
• For battery operation, use eight R20 (size
D) batteries.
• When the batteries are not to be used,
remove them to avoid damage that can be
caused by battery leakage or corrosion.
• The nameplate indicating operating
voltage, power consumption, etc. is
located at the rear.
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On placement
• Do not leave the player in a location near
heat sources, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical
shock.
• Do not place the player on an inclined or
unstable place.
• Do not place anything within 10 mm of
the side of the cabinet. The ventilation
holes must be unobstructed for the player
to operate properly and prolong the life of
its components.
• If the player is left in a car parked in the
sun, be sure to choose a location in the car
where the player will not be subjected to
the direct rays of the sun.
• Since a strong magnet is used for the
speakers, keep personal credit cards using
magnetic coding or spring-wound watches
away from the player to prevent possible
damage from the magnet.
On operation
• If the player 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 section.
Should this occur, the player will not
operate properly. In this case, remove the
CD and wait about an hour for the
moisture to evaporate.
• If the player has not been used for a long
time, set it in the playback mode to warm
it up for a few minutes before inserting a
cassette.
Notes on cassettes
• Break off the cassette tab from side A or
B to prevent accidental recording. If you
want to reuse the tape for recording, cover
the broken tab with adhesive tape.
Side A
Tab for side B
Tab for side A
• The use of a cassette with more than 90
minutes of play time is not recommended
except for long, continuous recording or
playback.
Music discs encoded with
copyright protection
technologies
This product is designed to play back 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.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning your player, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Notes on CDs
• Before playing, clean the CD with a
cleaning cloth. Wipe the CD from the
center out.
• Do not use solvents such as benzine,
thinner, commercially available cleaners
or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs.
• Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight or
heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor
leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight
as there can be a considerable rise in
temperature inside the car.
• Do not stick paper or sticker on the CD,
nor scratch the surface of the CD.
• After playing, store the CD in its case.
If there is a scratch, dirt or fingerprints on
the CD, it may cause tracking error.
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Troubleshooting
General
The power is not on.
• Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet
securely.
• Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly.
• Replace all the batteries with new ones if
they are weak.
• You cannot turn on the player with the
remote when you operate the player on
batteries.
There is no audio.
• Set FUNCTION to the position you want to
operate.
• Adjust the volume.
• Unplug the headphones when listening
through speakers.
CD Player
The CD does not play or “no disc“ lights
in the display even when a CD is in place.
• Make sure that the CD compartment is
closed.
• Place the CD with the label surface up.
• Clean the CD.
• Take out the CD and leave the CD
compartment open for about an hour to dry
moisture condensation.
• Set FUNCTION to CD.
The sound drops out.
• Reduce the volume.
• Clean the CD, or replace it if the CD is badly
damaged.
• Place the player in a location free from
vibration.
• Clean the lens with a commercially available
blower.
Radio
The audio is weak or has poor quality.
• Replace all the batteries with new ones if they
are weak.
• Move the player away from the TV.
• If you are using the remote while listening to
MW radio, noise may be heard. This is
unavoidable.
The picture of your TV becomes unstable.
• If you are listening to an FM program near
the TV with an indoor antenna, move the
player away from the TV.
Tape Player
The tape does not move when you press
an operation button.
• Close the tape compartment securely.
The REC z button does not function.
The tape does not play.
• Make sure the safety tab on the cassette is in
place.
• Make sure FUNCTION is set to “TAPE” or
“DUBBING”.
The tape does not erase completely.
• Clean the erasing head (see page 26).
• Replace all the batteries with new ones if they
are weak.
• The source which was recorded on TYPE II
(high position) or TYPE IV (metal) tape
using this unit is being played. Record on
TYPE I (normal) tape and play.
The tape does not record.
• Make sure the tape is inserted properly.
• Make sure the safety tab of the cassette is in
place.
The audio is weak.
The audio quality is poor.
• Clean the heads, pinch roller and capstans
(see page 26).
• Demagnetize the heads using a demagnetizer
(see page 26).
The sound is distorted.
• The TYPE II (high position) or TYPE IV
(metal) tape is being used. Use TYPE I
(normal) tape only.
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Remote
The remote does not function.
• Replace all the batteries in the remote with
new ones if they are weak.
• Make sure that you are pointing the remote at
the remote sensor on the player.
• Remove any obstacles in the path of the
remote and the player.
• Make sure the remote sensor is not exposed
to strong light such as direct sunlight or
fluorescent lamp light.
• Move closer to the player when using the
remote.
After trying the above remedies, if you still have
problems, unplug the AC power cord and remove
all the batteries. After all the indications in the
display disappear, plug the AC power cord and
insert the batteries again. If the problem persists,
please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the lens
If the lens becomes dirty, it may cause a
skipping of sound during CD operation.
Clean with a commercially available blower.
Cleaning the tape heads and
tape path
Wipe the heads, the pinch roller and the
capstans with a cleaning swab slightly
moistened with cleaning fluid or alcohol
after every 10 hours of operation for
optimum playback and recording quality. To
make the best possible recording, however,
we recommend that you clean all surfaces
over which tape travels before each
recording.
Deck A
Capstan
Playback head
Pinch roller
Lens
Deck B
Capstan
Record/Playback
head
Erase head
Pinch roller
After cleaning, insert a tape when the areas
cleaned are completely dry.
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Demagnetizing the tape heads
After 20 to 30 hours of use, enough residual
magnetism will have built up on the tape
heads to begin to cause loss of high
frequency sound and hiss. At this time, you
should demagnetize the heads and all metal
parts in the tape path with a commercially
available tape head demagnetizer.
Cleaning the cabinet
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a
soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild
detergent solution. Do not use any type of
abrasive pad, scouring powder, or solvent,
such as alcohol or benzine.
Specifications
CD player section
System
Compact disc digital audio system
Laser diode properties
Material: GaAlAs
Wave length: 780 nm
Emission duration: Continuous
Laser output: Less than 44.6 µW
(This output is the value measured at a distance of about
200 mm from the objective lens surface on the optical
pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.)
Spindle speed
200 r/min (rpm) to 500 r/min (rpm) (CLV)
Number of channels
2
Frequency response
20 - 20 000 Hz +0/–1.5 dB
Wow and flutter
Below measurable limit
FM recording
Sony R20P: approx. 4 h
Tape playback
Frequency range
Saudi arabia
Other countries
Speaker
Woofer: 10 cm (4 in.) dia., 4 ohms, cone type (2)
Tweeter: 5 cm (2 in.) dia.,
Outputs
Headphones jack (stereo minijack)
For 16 - 68 Ω impedance headphones
Maximum power output
24 W
Power requirements
For CD radio cassette-corder:
110 - 120, 220 - 240 V AC selectable, 50/60 Hz
12 V DC, 8 R20 (size D) batteries
DC IN 12V jack
For remote control:
3 V DC, 2 R6 (size AA) batteries
Power consumption
AC 47 W
Battery life
For CD radio cassette-corder:
Sony alkaline LR20: approx. 9 h
Radio section
FM
General
87.6 - 107 MHz
87.6 - 108 MHz
MW
530 - 1 605 kHz
SW1
2.3 - 7 MHz
SW2
7 - 22 MHz
IF
FM: 10.7 MHz
SW/MW: 455 kHz
Antennas
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MW: Built-in ferrite bar antenna
Cassette-corder section
Recording system
4-track 2 channel stereo
Fast winding time
Approx. 120 sec. with Sony cassette C-60
Frequency response
TYPE I (normal): 80 - 12 500 Hz
Sony R20P: approx. 2 h
Sony alkaline LR20: approx. 4 h
CD playback
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Sony alkaline LR20: approx. 3 h
Dimensions
Approx. 761 × 245 × 258 mm (w/h/d)
(30 × 9 3⁄4 × 10 1⁄4 inches) (incl. projecting parts)
Mass
Approx. 9.5 kg (20 lb. 15 oz) (incl. batteries)
Supplied accessories
AC power cord (1)
Remote control (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Optional accessories
Sony MDR headphones series
27GB
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