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Technics Premium All-in-One Music System Operating Instructions
Owner’s Manual
Compact Stereo System
SC-C70
Music is borderless and timeless, touching
people’s hearts across cultures and
generations.
Each day the discovery of a truly emotive
experience from an unencountered sound
awaits.
Let us take you on your journey to rediscover
music.
Delivering the Ultimate Emotive
Musical Experience to All
At Technics we understand that the listening
experience is not purely about technology but
the magical and emotional relationship between
people and music.
We want people to experience music as it was
originally intended and enable them to feel the
emotional impact that enthuses and delights
them.
Through delivering this experience we want to
support the development and enjoyment of
the world’s many musical cultures. This is our
philosophy.
With a combination of our love of music and the
vast high-end audio experience of the Technics
team, we stand committed to building a brand
that provides the ultimate emotive musical
experience by music lovers, for music lovers.
Director
Michiko Ogawa
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Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read these instructions carefully before using
this product, and save this manual for future use.
•• About descriptions in this Owner’s Manual
Pages to be referred to are indicated as “⇒ ○○”.
The illustrations shown may differ from your
unit.
If you have any questions, visit:
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(U.S. customers only)
Features
Room-filling powerful and Hi-Fi
sound
3 JENO Engines and 2-way 2.1ch 5 speakers
deliver powerful and Hi-Fi sound in wide
listening area by acoustic lenses placed in front
of tweeter. In addition, Space Tune™ calibrates
and optimizes the sound by analyzing the
room acoustic environment.
Wide compatibility of music
source
Supports CD, radio, USB, analog-optical input,
DLNA, AirPlay, Internet radio, Spotify, TIDAL,
Hi-res music sources and wireless connectivity
(Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi).
Elegant look with ease-of-use
Premium design with iconic top loading CD
mechanism and aluminum touch switch add
the touch of beauty to your room. Favorite
function provides easy access to radio stations
and Spotify playlists. Furthermore, Technics
Music App is available for handy music and
system control.
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Table of contents
Read first
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Please carefully read the “IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” of this manual before use.
Control reference guide
13
This unit, Remote control
Connections
22
Antenna connection, AC power supply cord
connection, Network settings
Operations
37
Playing back CDs, etc.
Settings
68
Sound adjustment, Other settings
Others
81
Troubleshooting, Specifications, etc.
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Accessories
AC power supply cord (1)
K2CG3YY00209
FM indoor antenna (1)
RSAX0002
AM loop antenna (1)
N1DYYYY00011
Remote control (1)
N2QAYA000149
Batteries for remote control (2)
•• Product numbers provided in this Owner’s Manual
are correct as of August 2017.
•• These may be subject to change.
•• Do not use AC power supply cord with other
equipment.
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Read first
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.... 07
Warning..................................................... 07
Caution...................................................... 08
Installation.............................................11
Installation..................................................11
Notes on the speakers.................................11
For optimum sound effects.........................11
Unit care.....................................................12
To dispose of or transfer this unit................12
Table of contents ... 04
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Read first
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Read these operating instructions carefully before using
the unit. Follow the safety instructions on the unit and
the applicable safety instructions listed below. Keep these
operating instructions handy for future reference.
1 Read these instructions.
2 Keep these instructions.
3 Heed all warnings.
4 Follow all instructions.
5 Do not use this apparatus near water.
6 Clean only with dry cloth.
7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12 Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
Warning
Unit
•• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product
damage,
Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or
splashing.
Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
on this unit.
Use only the recommended accessories.
Do not remove covers.
Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Do not let metal objects fall inside this unit.
Do not place heavy items on this unit.
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AC power supply cord
•• The power plug is the disconnecting device.
Install this unit so that the power plug can be unplugged
from the socket outlet immediately.
•• Ensure the earth pin on the power plug is securely
connected to prevent electrical shock.
An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall be
connected to a power socket outlet with a protective
earthing connection.
Caution
Unit
•• This unit utilizes a laser. Use of controls or adjustments
or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
•• Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted
candles, on this unit.
•• This unit may receive radio interference caused by mobile
telephones during use. If such interference occurs, please
increase separation between this unit and the mobile
telephone.
•• Keep magnetic items away from the product. Powerful
magnets inside the top cover and disc tray part may
damage debit cards, travel cards (transit passes), clocks
and other objects.
•• Do not touch the speaker diaphragm on the bottom of
this unit. Doing so may deform the diaphragm, and as a
result, sound may not be output correctly.
Placement
•• Place this unit on an even surface.
•• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product
damage,
Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in
cabinet or in another confined space. Ensure this unit is
well ventilated.
Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation openings with
newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, and similar items.
Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight, high
temperatures, high humidity, and excessive vibration.
•• Do not lift or carry this unit by holding the top cover or
front of this unit. Doing so may cause this unit to fall,
resulting in personal injury or malfunction of this unit.
Battery
•• Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the type recommended by the
manufacturer.
•• Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage
and may cause a fire.
Remove the battery if you do not intend to use the
remote control for a long period of time. Store in a
cool, dark place.
Do not heat or expose to flame.
Do not leave the battery(ies) in a car exposed to direct
sunlight for a long period of time with doors and
windows closed.
Do not take apart or short circuit.
Do not recharge alkaline or manganese batteries.
Do not use batteries if the covering has been peeled
off.
Do not mix old and new batteries or different types at
the same time.
•• When disposing of the batteries, please contact your
local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method
of disposal.
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
Conforms to UL STD 60065.
Certified to CAN/CSA STD C22.2 No.60065.
THIS FOLLOWING APPLIES IN THE U.S.A. AND
CANADA.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSSGen of IC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of this
device.
FCC ID: ACJ-SC-C70
IC: 216A-SCC70
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure
limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and
meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines
in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very
low levels of RF energy that is deemed to comply without
maximum permissive exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is
desirable that it should be installed and operated keeping
the radiator at least 20 cm (7 7/8”) or more away from
person’s body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet
and ankles).
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THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A.
FCC Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
•• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
•• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, follow the
attached installation instructions and use only shielded
interface cables when connecting to peripheral devices.
Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this
equipment would void the user’s authority to operate this
device.
THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN CANADA.
CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B)
Information on Disposal in other Countries
outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European
Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please
contact your local authorities or dealer and ask
for the correct method of disposal.
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Read first
Installation
Installation
•• Turn off all the equipment before connection and
read the appropriate operating instructions. Be
sure to raise this unit when moving, and do not
drag this unit.
•• Do not carry this unit by holding the subwoofer of
the bottom of this unit.
Notes on the speakers
•• These speakers do not have magnetic shielding.
Do not place them near TV, PC or other equipment
easily influenced by magnetism.
•• Playing music at high volumes for a long period
can cause damage to the system and shorten the
life of the system.
•• Decrease the volume in the following conditions to
prevent damage.
When playing distorted sound
When adjusting the sound quality
When turning on/off this unit
For optimum sound effects
The quality and volume of the bass sound, sound
localization performance, sound ambience, etc. will
change depending on the installation location of
this unit, listening position, room conditions, and
other factors. Refer to the information below when
installing this unit.
Determining the installation location
•• Place this unit on a flat safe surface.
•• To minimize the gap in audio quality between left
and right, install this unit in the way that acoustic
conditions (reflection and absorption of sound)
around this unit can be the same.
Adjusting the distances between this unit and
the wall
•• If you install this unit close to a wall or a corner,
the bass sound will be more powerful, however,
if the unit is too close to it, sound localization
performance and sound ambience may
deteriorate. If this occurs, adjust the distance
between this unit and the wall.
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Adjusting with the Space Tune function
•• You can adjust the sound quality according to the
installation location. (⇒ 70)
Unit care
•• Pull out the AC power supply cord from the socket
before maintenance. Clean this unit with a soft
cloth. To clean the top panel of this unit, use a soft
cloth such as cleaning cloth (optional), etc. and
wipe it horizontally along its texture.
•• When dirt is heavy, wring a wet cloth tightly to
wipe the dirt, and then wipe it with a soft cloth.
•• Do not use solvents including benzine, thinner,
alcohol, kitchen detergent, chemical wiper, etc.
Doing so may cause the exterior case to be
deformed or the coating to come off.
To dispose of or transfer this unit
This unit may contain private information. Before
disposing of or transferring this unit, perform the
following to delete the data, including personal or
secret information.
•• “To restore all the settings to the factory defaults”
(⇒ 83)
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Control reference
guide
This unit (front)..................................... 14
This unit (rear)....................................... 16
Remote control..................................... 18
Using the remote control........................... 20
Remote control mode................................ 20
Table of contents ... 04
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Control reference guide
This unit (front)
01
03
02
04
05
06
07
08
01 Standby/on switch (
)
•• Press to switch the unit from on to standby
mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit
is still consuming a small amount of power.
02 Top cover
(⇒ 39)
•• The magnet is built-in to keep the top cover
closing.
•• Do not apply too much force to the top
cover when sliding it. Doing so may cause
malfunction.
•• Do not leave the top cover open for a
prolonged period. Doing so will cause the lens
to become dirty.
03 Power indicator
•• Blue:The unit is on.
•• Off: The unit is in standby mode.
04 Headphones jack
•• When a plug is connected, the speakers do not
output sound.
•• Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
•• Listening at full volume for long periods may
damage the user’s ears.
05 Remote control signal sensor
•• Reception distance:
Within approx. 7 m (23 ft) directly in front
•• Reception angle:
Approx. 30° left and right
06 Display
•• Input source, clock, playback status, etc. are
displayed. (⇒ 90)
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07 Touch switches
•• [FAV]:
Select the favorite radio station or playlist (FM/
AM/Internet Radio/Spotify) (⇒ 69)
•• [SELECT]:
Switch the input source (⇒ 45, 50, 51, 54, 57)
•• [
], [
], [ ], [
]:
Playback operation buttons
•• Each time you press the switch, a beep sound
will be heard. (⇒ 77)
•• Do not put any objects on the top panel of this
unit.
08 Adjust volume
•• 0 (min) to 100 (max)
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Control reference guide
This unit (rear)
10
11
12 13
14
15
17
16
18
10
09 Subwoofer
(Bottom)
•• Do not install this
unit on the rough
surface. Doing
so may cause the
subwoofer to be
damaged.
•• Do not hold the
subwoofer when
carrying this unit.
10 Bass reflex port
11 Product identification marking
•• The model number is indicated.
12 AC IN terminal (
(⇒ 25)
)
13 AUX IN terminal
(⇒ 51)
14 Optical digital input terminal
(⇒ 50)
15 USB-A terminal
DC 5 V 500 mA
•• Port for USB devices (⇒ 45)
16 LAN terminal
(⇒ 27)
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17 FM ANT terminal
(⇒ 23, 43)
18 AM ANT LOOP terminal
(⇒ 24, 43)
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Control reference guide
Remote control
01
02
03
10
04
11
05
12
06
07
13
08
09
14
15
01 [
]: Standby/on switch
•• Press to switch the unit from on to standby
mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit
is still consuming a small amount of power.
02 [CD]/[RADIO]/[ -PAIRING]: Select the
device to be operated (⇒ 39, 43, 47)
03 [>SELECT<]: Switch the input source
(⇒ 45, 50, 51, 54, 57)
04 [MENU]: Enter menu
(⇒ 41, 43, 46, 47, 52, 55, 58, 62, 65)
05 [SETUP]: Enter setup menu (⇒ 70)
06 [+VOL-]: Adjust the volume
•• 0 (min) to 100 (max)
07 [MUTE]: Mute the sound
•• Press [MUTE] again to cancel. “MUTE” is also
cancelled when you adjust the volume or when
you turn the unit to standby.
08 Playback operation buttons
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09 [FAV]: Select the favorite radio station or
playlist (FM/AM/Internet Radio/Spotify)
•• You can register up to 5 favorite stations.
(⇒ 69)
10 [INFO]: View content information
•• Press this button to display the track, artist,
and album names, file type, sampling
frequency, and other information. (The
information varies depending on the input
source.)
11 [
], [
], [
], [
]/[OK]: Selection/OK
12 [RETURN]: Return to the previous display
13 [DIMMER]: Adjust the brightness of the
display, etc.
•• When the display is turned off, it will light up
for a few seconds only when you operate this
unit. Before the display turns off, “Display Off”
will be displayed for a few seconds.
•• Press repeatedly to switch the brightness.
14 [PGM]: Set the program function
15 Numeric buttons, etc.
•• To select a 2-digit number
Example:
16: [ 10] > [1] > [6]
•• To select a 4-digit number
Example:
1234: [ 10] > [ 10] > [ 10] > [1] > [2] > [3] > [4]
•• [CLEAR]: Clear the entered value.
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Using the remote control
2
1
R03/LR03, AAA
(Alkaline or manganese batteries)
Note
•• Insert the battery so the terminals ( and )
match those in the remote control.
•• Point it at the remote control signal sensor on this
unit. (⇒ 14)
•• Keep the batteries out of reach of children to
prevent swallowing.
Remote control mode
When other equipment responds to the supplied
remote control, change the remote control mode.
•• The factory default is “Mode 1”.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Remote
Control” and then press [OK].
•• The current remote control mode of this unit is
displayed.
3 When “Set Mode 1/2” is displayed,
change the remote control mode of the
remote control.
To set “Mode 1”:
Press and hold [OK] and [1] for at least
4 seconds.
To set “Mode 2”:
Press and hold [OK] and [2] for at least
4 seconds.
4 Point the remote control at this unit,
and press and hold [OK] for at least
4 seconds.
•• When the remote control mode is changed, the
new mode will appear on the display for a few
seconds.
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■■When “Remote 1” or “Remote 2” is displayed
When “Remote 1” or “Remote 2” is displayed,
the remote control modes of this unit and remote
control are different. Perform step 3 above.
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Connections
Antenna................................................. 23
FM antenna connection............................. 23
AM loop antenna connection..................... 24
AC power supply cord.......................... 25
AC power supply cord connection.............. 25
Network settings.................................. 26
Wired LAN connection............................... 27
Wireless LAN connection........................... 28
This unit’s name on the network
“Friendly Name”......................................... 35
To check the MAC address of this unit
“MAC Address”.......................................... 35
To make network-related settings.............. 36
Table of contents ... 04
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Connections
Antenna
FM antenna connection
Adhesive tape (not supplied)
FM ANT terminal
Insert the antenna
plug to be connected
all the way in.
FM indoor antenna
(supplied)
•• Tape the antenna to a wall or column at the
position with the least amount of interference.
•• If radio reception is poor, use a FM outdoor
antenna (not supplied).
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AM loop antenna connection
AM ANT LOOP terminal
AM loop antenna
(supplied)
Push
How to assemble
1
Fold
2
Insert
3
Clicks!
•• Install the antenna at the position with the least
amount of interference.
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Connections
AC power supply cord
•• Use only the supplied AC power supply
cord.
•• Insert the plugs of the cables to be
connected all the way in.
•• Do not bend cables at sharp angles.
AC power supply cord connection
Connect only after all other connections are
completed.
AC IN terminal
AC power supply
cord (supplied)
To a household AC outlet
•• Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi®) setting may start when this
unit is turned on. If you stop the Wi-Fi setting,
select “Off” in “Wi-Fi Setup” screen. Select “On”
to keep the Wi-Fi setting. (⇒ 28)
Note
•• This unit consumes a small amount of AC power
(⇒ 99) even when the unit is in standby mode.
Remove the plug from the main electrical outlet
if you will not be using the unit for an extended
period of time. Place the unit so the plug can be
easily removed.
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Connections
Network settings
You can stream music from an iOS device
(iPhone/iPad/iPod), an Android™ device or a
PC (Mac/Windows) to this unit by using the
AirPlay or DLNA feature. (⇒ 53, 61)
To use these features, this unit must join
the same network as the AirPlay compatible
device or the DLNA compatible device.
This unit can be connected to a router using a LAN
cable or built-in Wi-Fi®.
For a stable connection to the network, a wired
LAN connection is recommended.
Note
•• If you try to change the network settings
immediately after turning on this unit, it may
take some time until the network setup screen is
displayed.
•• If “Firmware update is available” is displayed after
the network connection is set up, the firmware for
this unit is available.
Refer to “Firmware updates” (⇒ 79) for details
on update.
For the update information, refer to the
following website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
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Wired LAN connection
LAN cable
(not supplied)
Broadband router, etc.
1 Disconnect the AC power supply cord.
2 Connect this unit to a broadband router,
etc. using a LAN cable.
3 Connect the AC power supply cord to
this unit, and press [ ]. (⇒ 25)
•• When the connection is established, “
displayed.
” is
Note
•• While the AC power supply cord is disconnected,
the LAN cable must be connected or
disconnected.
•• Use category 7 or above straight LAN cables (STP)
when connecting to peripheral devices.
•• Inserting any cable other than a LAN cable in the
LAN port can damage the unit.
•• When a LAN cable is connected, the Wi-Fi function
may be disabled.
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Wireless LAN connection
■■Preparation
Disconnect the AC power supply cord.
Disconnect the LAN cable.
Enable the 2.4 GHz frequency band on the
wireless router.
Place this unit as close to the wireless router as
possible.
Connect the AC power supply cord to this unit.
(⇒ 25)
Note
•• The setting will be cancelled after the set time
limit. In that case, try the setting again.
•• To cancel this setting in the middle, press [ ] or
turn the unit to standby mode.
■■Settings for the first time
1 Press [
] to turn this unit on.
•• “Wi-Fi Setup” is displayed.
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
•• “WAC Mode for iOS” automatically starts.
3 (For “WAC Mode for iOS”)
Proceed to step 2 of “Using the WAC
(Wireless Accessory Configuration)”
(⇒ 30).
(For other network setting method)
Choose a network setting method.
Note
•• When this unit is switched to standby mode and
turned on before the Wi-Fi setting is complete,
“Wi-Fi Setup” is displayed. Perform the Wi-Fi
setting or select “Off”.
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■■Choose a network setting method
Are you using an iPod touch/iPhone/iPad?
Yes
Using the WAC (Wireless Accessory
Configuration) (⇒ 30)
No
Does your wireless network router support WPS
(Wi-Fi Protected Setup™)?
Yes
(WPS button)
Using the WPS button (⇒ 31)
(WPS PIN code)
Using the WPS PIN code (⇒ 31)
No
Are you using an Android device?
Yes
Using “Technics Music App” (⇒ 32)
No
Using an internet browser (⇒ 33)
■■Settings using [SETUP] menu
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
•• When “Wi-Fi” screen is displayed, press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK]. (The wireless LAN function
is enabled.)
4 Choose a network setting method.
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Using the WAC (Wireless Accessory
Configuration)
“WAC Mode for iOS”
You can send its Wi-Fi configuration to this unit
using an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
•• Supported devices:
iPhone/iPad/iPod touch (iOS version 7.0 or later)
•• The following explanations are based on an
iPhone.
•• Make sure your iPhone is connected to your home
wireless network beforehand.
•• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band only.
Check your iPhone is connected using 2.4 GHz
band.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “WAC Mode for iOS” and then
press [OK].
•• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Go to Wi-Fi settings on your iPhone.
3 Select “Technics SC-C70 ******” under
the “SET UP NEW AIRPLAY SPEAKER...”
on your iPhone.
•• “******” stands for a character that is unique
to each set.
4 The “AirPlay Setup” screen appears on
your iPhone.
•• This unit will be displayed as “Technics SC-C70
******”. To change the name, enter a new
name to replace the existing one. You can also
do the renaming after the network connection
is set up. (⇒ 35)
•• You can set a password for this unit under
“SPEAKER PASSWORD”. (You will need this
password if you make network settings by
internet browser next time.)
5 Select “Next” to apply the settings.
•• “Linking” is displayed.
•• When the connection is established, “Success”
is displayed.
“Fail” may be displayed if the connection was
not complete. Try this method again from
[SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still displayed, try
other methods (⇒ 29).
6 Press [OK] on the remote control to exit
the setting.
•• “
” is displayed.
Note
•• Mac (OS X 10.9 or later, with AirPort Utility
6.3.1. or later) also supports the WAC (Wireless
Accessory Configuration).
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Using the WPS button
“WPS Push”
If your wireless router supports WPS, you can set up
a connection by pressing the WPS button.
•• A compatible wireless router may have the WPS
identifier mark.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “WPS Push” and then press [OK].
•• “WPS” is displayed. Complete step 2 within
2 minutes.
2 After “WPS” is displayed, press the WPS
button on the wireless router.
Example:
•• “Linking” is displayed.
•• When the connection is established, “Success”
is displayed.
“Fail” may be displayed if the connection was
not complete. Try this method again from
[SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still displayed, try
other methods (⇒ 29).
3 Press [OK] on the remote control to exit
the setting.
•• “
” is displayed.
Using the WPS PIN code
“WPS PIN”
If your wireless router supports WPS, you can set up
a connection by entering the WPS PIN code.
•• For details on how to enter the PIN code, refer to
the operating instructions of the wireless router.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “WPS PIN” and then press [OK].
•• The PIN code is displayed. Complete step 2
within 2 minutes.
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2 Enter the PIN code into the wireless
router from PC, etc.
•• “Linking” is displayed.
•• When the connection is established, “Success”
is displayed.
“Fail” may be displayed if the connection was
not complete. Try this method again from
[SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still displayed, try
other methods (⇒ 29).
3 Press [OK] on the remote control to exit
the setting.
•• “
” is displayed.
Note
•• Depending on a router, other connected devices
may temporarily lose their connection.
•• For details, refer to the operating instructions of
the wireless router.
Using “Technics Music App”
“Setup from Browser”
If you install the dedicated app “Technics Music
App” (free of charge) on your Android device, you
can set up a connection using the application.
•• If you’re using an Android device, download the
app at Google Play™.
•• Check the password for your home wireless
network.
•• Make sure your Android device is connected to
your home wireless network beforehand.
•• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band only.
Check your Android device is connected using
2.4 GHz band.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “Setup from Browser” and then
press [OK].
•• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Start “Technics Music App” on the
Android device.
3 Select “
” and go to Wi-Fi settings.
4 Enter the password for your home
wireless network.
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5 Select “Next” to apply the settings.
•• “Linking” is displayed.
•• When the connection is established, “Success”
is displayed.
“Fail” may be displayed if the connection was
not complete. Try this method again from
[SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still displayed, try
other methods (⇒ 29).
•• Depending on the device, the connection
complete screen may not be displayed.
6 Make sure to connect your Android
device back to your home wireless
network.
7 Press [OK] on the remote control to exit
the setting.
•• “
” is displayed.
Using an internet browser
“Setup from Browser”
You can access this unit’s network settings from the
internet browser on iOS device (iOS version 6.1.6 or
earlier), Android device, PC, etc.
•• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band only.
Check the device can be connected using 2.4 GHz
band.
•• The following explanations are based on an
Android device.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “Setup from Browser” and then
press [OK].
•• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Go to Wi-Fi settings on your compatible
device and select “00 Setup ******” to
connect to this unit.
•• “******” stands for a character that is unique
to each set.
3 Start the internet browser and type
“http://192.168.1.12/” into the URL
address field and display the page.
•• Examples of internet browsers
Android device: Google Chrome™
iOS device/Mac: Safari
PC: Windows Internet Explorer
•• If the network setup screen is not
displayed on the Android device even if
“http://192.168.1.12/” is input, set the Android
device to the airplane mode. Then, set the
Wi-Fi setting to On, and make the network
connection setting again on the setting menu
of this unit.
4 Select “Search wireless network”.
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5 Select your home wireless network
name (Network name (SSID)) and type
the password for this network.
6 Select “JOIN” to apply the settings.
•• “Linking” is displayed.
•• When the connection is established, “Success”
is displayed.
“Fail” may be displayed if the connection was
not complete. Try this method again from
[SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still displayed, try
other methods (⇒ 29).
•• Depending on the device, the connection
complete screen may not be displayed.
7 Make sure to connect your compatible
device back to your home wireless
network.
8 Press [OK] on the remote control to exit
the setting.
•• “
” is displayed.
Note
•• Enable JavaScript and Cookies in your browser
settings.
•• If known by a third party, the password will be
at risk of being used for fraud. Manage your
password securely with your responsibility.
Panasonic does not accept any responsibility for
damage caused by fraud.
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This unit’s name on the network
“Friendly Name”
You can change this unit’s name on the network
(e.g. “Room 1” or “Living Room” etc.).
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Friendly Name” and then press [OK].
•• The current name of this unit is displayed. Press
[OK] to edit.
4 Press [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to input the
friendly name.
•• Only ASCII characters can be used.
•• “A” can be added when you press the [ ] at
the time of the last letter of the Friendly Name
is selected.
•• Press [CLEAR] to delete a letter.
•• Press [ 10] to insert a letter “A”.
•• Default name is “Technics SC-C70 ******”.
“******” stands for a number that is unique to
each set.
5 Press [OK] to apply the settings.
6 Press [RETURN] to exit the settings.
•• When Friendly Name is not displayed properly,
delete and input the friendly name again. If the
problem still persists, restore all the settings to the
factory defaults. (⇒ 83)
To check the MAC address of this
unit
“MAC Address”
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “MAC
Address” and then press [OK].
•• The MAC address of this unit is displayed.
4 Press [RETURN] to exit the screen.
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To make network-related settings
You can set specific IP address, subnet mask,
default gateway, primary DNS, etc. (If your network
requires specific settings, disable DHCP.)
•• Do not play back music while changing these
settings.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
3 Select and input the details.
4 Press [OK] to apply the settings.
5 Press [RETURN] to exit the settings.
6 Press [ ] to switch the unit to standby.
•• Wait until “Please Wait” disappears.
7 Perform the network setting. (⇒ 26)
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Operations
Playing back CDs................................... 39
Operations during playback....................... 40
Repeat playback “Repeat”...........................41
Random repeat playback “Random”...........41
Program playback “PGM”...........................41
Playing back CD more natural-sounding
audio “RE-MASTER”................................... 42
Listening to FM/AM Radio................... 43
Frequency step setting............................... 43
Storing FM/AM stations............................. 43
Listening to a preset FM/AM channel......... 44
Manual tuning and presetting.................... 44
For reducing noisy sound........................... 44
Using USB device.................................. 45
Operations during playback....................... 45
Repeat playback “Repeat”.......................... 46
Random repeat playback “Random”.......... 46
Using Bluetooth®.................................. 47
Bluetooth® transmission mode................... 48
Operations during playback....................... 49
Disconnecting a Bluetooth® device............ 49
Using digital audio output device....... 50
Using the auxiliary input...................... 51
Adjust the volume level “Input Level”......... 52
Playing back music files on the
DLNA server.......................................... 53
Playing back content stored on the
DLNA server by controlling it from
this unit...................................................... 54
Operations during playback....................... 54
Repeat playback “Repeat”.......................... 55
Random repeat playback “Random”.......... 55
Operations using the dedicated app
“Technics Music App”................................ 55
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Playing back content stored on the
DLNA server by controlling it from a
DMC.......................................................... 56
Playing back Internet Radio
(vTuner).................................................. 57
Operations during playback....................... 58
Adding a station to favorite list
“Add Favourites”........................................ 58
Calling up the favorite list
“Call Favourites”......................................... 59
Deleting the favorite station
“Delete Favourites”.................................... 59
Operations using the dedicated app
“Technics Music App”................................ 59
Creating the Internet Radio station
list with PC................................................. 60
Using AirPlay..........................................61
Operations during playback....................... 62
Repeat playback “Repeat”.......................... 62
Random repeat playback “Shuffle”............ 63
Playing back music using Spotify
Connect................................................. 64
Operations during playback....................... 65
Repeat playback “Repeat”.......................... 65
Random repeat playback “Shuffle”............ 65
Using TIDAL........................................... 66
Table of contents ... 04
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Operations
Playing back CDs
Insert the CD for music playback.
•• Refer to “Notes on CDs” (⇒ 94) for the
discs this unit can play back.
Lens
1 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
2 Press [CD].
3 Open the top cover with a sliding
motion and then insert the CD.
•• The top cover can slide to the both sides.
•• Place the CD with its label facing up, and push
the center of the CD until a clicking sound is
heard.
4 Close the top cover with a sliding
motion.
•• This unit cannot play back the CD while the top
cover is open.
5 Press [
].
■■To eject the CD
Open the top cover with a sliding motion.
Eject the CD.
•• Be careful not to hit the CD with the top cover.
•• Eject the CD after the CD has stopped turning.
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Note
•• Be careful not to get your finger caught in the top
cover when opening/closing it.
•• Do not apply too much force to the top cover
when sliding it. Doing so may cause malfunction.
•• Do not leave the top cover open for a prolonged
period. Doing so will cause the lens to become
dirty.
•• Be careful not to touch the lens with your fingers.
•• The lens lights when the following operations
are performed with no CD inserted. This is not a
malfunction.
When turning the power on
When selecting “CD” as the input source
When opening and closing the top cover
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
•• Press again to resume.
Skip
Search
Press and hold [
View available
information
[INFO]
•• Press repeatedly to switch
the information.
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] or [
].
(Continued)
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and then
press [OK].
1-Track:
Repeatedly plays only the selected track. (“1
displayed.)
All:
All tracks are repeated. (“ ” is displayed.)
” is
•• Setting contents are stored even when the input
source is switched to “USB” (⇒ 46) or “DMP”
(⇒ 55).
Random repeat playback
“Random”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Random” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
•• All tracks are repeated randomly. (“RND” and
“ ” are displayed.)
•• Setting contents are stored even when the input
source is switched to “USB” (⇒ 46) or “DMP”
(⇒ 55).
•• During random playback, you cannot skip to the
previous track.
Program playback
“PGM”
1 Press [PGM] in the stop mode.
•• “Program Mode” screen is displayed.
2 Press the numeric buttons to select
tracks.
•• Repeat this step to make further selections.
3 Press [
] to start playback.
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Stop
Press [ ].
•• Programmed contents are
stored.
Check the
programmed
order
Press [
mode.
Add tracks
Do step 2 in the stop mode.
Clear the last
track
Press [CLEAR] in the stop
mode.
•• You cannot select and clear a
desired programmed track.
] or [
] in the stop
•• Press [PGM] in the stop mode to cancel the
program mode, and the program memory will be
stored.
•• To cancel the program mode (The program
memory will be cleared.)
Press [
] in the stop mode.
Press [
[OK].
], [
] to select “Yes” and then press
Note
•• The program memory is cleared when replacing
the CD.
•• The program mode is cancelled when the random
repeat playback is set.
Playing back CD more naturalsounding audio
“RE-MASTER”
Re-mastering expands the playback band and
achieves a higher bit depth to reproduce natural and
expansive sounds close to original music sources.
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “REMASTER” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
•• The factory default is “Off”.
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Operations
Listening to FM/AM Radio
Make sure that the antenna is connected.
(⇒ 23)
Frequency step setting
Select the tuning frequency step according to your
country or region.
1 Press [RADIO] repeatedly to select
“FM”.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Frequency Step” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “200kHz”
(87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz) or “100kHz”
(87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz) and then press
[OK].
•• The factory default is “200kHz”.
Storing FM/AM stations
You can preset up to 30 channels for FM and
15 channels for AM.
•• A station previously stored is overwritten when
another station is selected for the same channel by
presetting.
1 Press [RADIO] repeatedly to select “FM”
or “AM”.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Auto
Preset” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and then
press [OK].
Lowest:
To begin the auto preset with the lowest
frequency (FM: 87.9/87.5 MHz, AM: 520 kHz).
Current:
To begin the auto preset with the current
frequency.
•• The tuner starts to preset all the stations it can
receive into the channels in ascending order.
•• The factory default is “Lowest”.
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Listening to a preset FM/AM
channel
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Tuning Mode” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Preset” and
then press [OK].
4 Press [
], [
] or numeric buttons to
select the channel.
Manual tuning and presetting
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Tuning Mode” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Manual” and
then press [OK].
4 Press [
], [
] to tune to the required
station.
To start automatic tuning, press and hold [
] or
[
] until the frequency starts scrolling. Tuning
stops when a station is found.
■■To preset the channel
While listening to the radio broadcast, press
[PGM].
Press [
] or [
] to select the channel and
then press [PGM].
For reducing noisy sound
1 While receiving FM broadcasts, press
[MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “FM
Mode” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Mono” and
then press [OK].
•• Select “Auto(Stereo)” in step 3 to return to stereo
broadcasts.
•• “Mono” is cancelled if the frequency is changed.
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Operations
Using USB device
You can connect a USB device to the unit
and play back music stored on the USB
device.
•• Refer to “USB” (⇒ 95) for information
about the USB device this unit can play
back.
USB device
1 Connect a USB device to the unit.
•• USB device with a thickness of 8 mm (5/16”) or
less can be connected.
8 mm (5/16”) or less
2 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“USB”.
•• The folder/content selection screen will be
displayed.
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and then
press [OK].
•• Repeat this step to make further selections.
•• Press [RETURN] to return to the previous folder.
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
•• Press again to resume.
Skip
Search
Press and hold [
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] or [
].
(Continued)
View
available
information
[INFO]
•• Press repeatedly to switch the
information.
•• This operation may not be available for some
formats.
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and then
press [OK].
1-Track:
Repeatedly plays only the selected track. (“1
displayed.)
All:
All tracks in the folder are repeated. (“ ” is
displayed.)
” is
•• Setting contents are stored even when the input
source is switched to “CD” (⇒ 41) or “DMP”
(⇒ 55).
Random repeat playback
“Random”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Random” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
•• All tracks in the folder are repeated randomly.
(“RND” and “ ” are displayed.)
•• During random playback, you cannot skip to the
previous track.
•• During random playback, tracks may be played
more than once.
•• Setting contents are stored even when the input
source is switched to “CD” (⇒ 41) or “DMP”
(⇒ 55).
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Operations
Using Bluetooth®
You can listen to the sound from the
Bluetooth® audio device from this unit
wirelessly.
•• Refer to the operating instructions of the
Bluetooth® device for details.
Bluetooth® device
■■Pairing a Bluetooth® device
•• Turn on the Bluetooth® feature of the device and
place the device near this unit.
•• If a Bluetooth® device is already connected,
disconnect it. (⇒ 49)
1 Press [ -PAIRING].
•• When “Pairing” is indicated on the display,
proceed to step 5.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Pairing” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
•• “Pairing” is displayed, and this unit waits for
registering.
5 Select “SC-C70” from the Bluetooth®
device’s menu.
•• The name of the connected device is indicated
on the display.
•• The MAC address “******” (“******” stands
for a character that is unique to each set.) may
be displayed before “SC-C70” is displayed.
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Note
•• You can also enter pairing mode by pressing and
holding [ -PAIRING] when the input source is
“Bluetooth”.
•• If prompted for the passkey, input “0000”.
•• You can register up to 8 devices with this unit. If a
9th device is paired, the device that has not been
used the longest may be replaced.
■■Listening to music stored on a Bluetooth®
device
1 Press [ -PAIRING].
•• “Ready” or “Pairing” is indicated on the display.
2 Select “SC-C70” from the Bluetooth®
device’s menu.
•• The name of the connected device is indicated
on the display.
3 Start playback on the Bluetooth® device.
Note
•• This unit can only be connected to one device at a
time.
•• When “Bluetooth” is selected as the input source,
this unit will automatically try and connect to the
last connected Bluetooth® device. (“Linking” is
displayed during this process.)
Bluetooth® transmission mode
1 Press [ -PAIRING].
•• If a Bluetooth® device is already connected,
disconnect it.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Link
Mode” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select the mode and
then press [OK].
Mode1:
Emphasis on connectivity
Mode2:
Emphasis on sound quality (default)
Note
•• Select “Mode1” if the sound is interrupted.
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Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
•• Press again to resume.
Skip
Search
Press and hold [
] or [
].
Note
•• To use this unit’s remote control/touch switches
with a Bluetooth® device, the Bluetooth® device
must support AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control
Profile). Depending on the status of the device,
some controls may not work.
•• When enjoying video contents with this
function, the video and audio output may not be
synchronized.
Disconnecting a Bluetooth® device
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Disconnect?” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
Note
•• The Bluetooth® device will be disconnected if a
different audio source is selected.
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Operations
Using digital audio output
device
You can connect a DVD player, etc. with
optical digital audio cable (not supplied) and
play back music.
Optical digital audio
cable
(not supplied)
DVD player, etc.
1 Disconnect the AC power supply cord.
2 Connect this unit and a DVD player etc.
3 Connect the AC power supply cord to
this unit. (⇒ 25)
4 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
5 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“OPT”.
6 Start playback on the connected device.
Note
•• The digital audio input terminal of this unit can
only detect the following linear PCM signals. For
details, refer to the operating instructions of the
connected device.
Sampling frequency:
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
Number of quantization bits:
16/24 bit
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Operations
Using the auxiliary input
You can connect a portable audio player,
etc. with an analog audio cable (not
supplied) and play back music.
Analog audio cable
(φ3.5 mm (1/8”))
(not supplied)
Portable audio player, etc.
1 Disconnect the AC power supply cord.
2 Connect this unit and a portable audio
player, etc.
3 Connect the AC power supply cord to
this unit. (⇒ 25)
4 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
5 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“AUX”.
6 Start playback on the connected device.
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Adjust the volume level
“Input Level”
If the volume of the auxiliary input is high, setting to
“Low” may improve the volume level.
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Input Level” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Low” and then press [OK].
Note
•• The factory default is “High”.
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Operations
Playing back music files on the
DLNA server
You can share music files stored in the
DLNA Certified media server (PC, Network
Attached Storage, etc.) connected to your
home network, and enjoy the contents with
this unit.
■■Preparation
•• Complete the network settings. (⇒ 26)
•• Connect the device to be used to the network of
this unit.
•• To use Windows Media® Player
Add the contents and folder to the libraries
of the Windows Media® Player 11 or 12, or a
smartphone, etc.
Playlist of Windows Media® Player can play back
only the contents that are stored in the libraries.
To use Windows Media® Player for streaming,
you need to configure it in advance.
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Playing back content stored on
the DLNA server by controlling it
from this unit
1 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“DMP”.
•• The server selection screen will be displayed.
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select a DLNA server
on the network, and then press [OK].
•• The folder/content selection screen will be
displayed. Repeat this step to make further
selections.
•• Folders/content may be displayed in different
order from the order on the server, depending
on its specifications.
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and then
press [OK].
Note
•• The connected server and its contents may not
be displayed properly depending on its condition.
(e.g. soon after adding the contents to the server,
etc.)
Please try again later. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the device.
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
•• Press again to resume.
Skip
Search
Press and hold [
View
available
information
[INFO]
•• Press repeatedly to switch the
information.
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] or [
].
(Continued)
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and then
press [OK].
1-Track:
Repeatedly plays only the selected track. (“1
displayed.)
All:
All tracks are repeated. (“ ” is displayed.)
” is
•• Setting contents are stored even when the input
source is switched to “CD” (⇒ 41) or “USB” (⇒ 46).
Random repeat playback
“Random”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Random” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
•• All tracks in the folder are repeated randomly.
(“RND” and “ ” are displayed.)
•• During random playback, you cannot skip to the
previous track.
•• During random playback, tracks may be played
more than once.
•• Setting is available even when the input source is
switched to “CD” (⇒ 41) or “USB” (⇒ 46).
Operations using the dedicated
app
“Technics Music App”
If you install the dedicated app “Technics Music
App” (free of charge) on your tablet/smartphone,
you can control this unit using a wide variety of
functions.
For details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
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Playing back content stored on
the DLNA server by controlling it
from a DMC
By controlling a DMC (Digital Media Controller)
compatible device, you can play back music stored
on the DLNA server on this unit (DMR—Digital
Media Renderer).
1 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
2 Operate the DMC compatible device and
connect to this unit.
•• The device name of this unit will be displayed as
“Technics SC-C70 ******”*1, 2.
•• For details on how to use DMC compatible
devices, refer to the operating instructions of
the devices or the software.
Note
•• When you operate DMC, playback of other audio
sources will stop and DLNA output will have
priority.
•• Depending on the contents and the connected
equipment, operations or playback may not be
possible.
•• This unit does not guarantee connection with
all DMC applications. Use the dedicated app
“Technics Music App”.
*1:“******” stands for a digit that is unique to each
set.
2:
* The device name can be changed from “This
unit’s name on the network”. (⇒ 35)
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Operations
Playing back Internet Radio
(vTuner)
Internet Radio is an audio broadcasting
service transmitted via the Internet.
vTuner is a free online content service to
listen to the many Internet Radio stations
over the world.
■■Preparation
•• Complete the network settings. (⇒ 26)
Make sure that the network is connected to the
Internet.
1 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“Internet Radio”.
•• When “Internet Radio” is selected as the source,
this unit will automatically try and connect to
the last selected Internet Radio station.
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2 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station and
then press [OK].
•• The buffering status is displayed as %. (“ ”
stands for a number.)
•• Repeat this step to make further selections
according to the genre, region, etc.
•• Press [RETURN] to return to the previous
screen.
•• The Internet Radio stations, genre, region, etc.
on this unit are edited and managed by vTuner.
•• The podcasts on the list of vTuner can also be
played back.
•• The station that does not broadcast cannot be
played back. (It will be skipped or return to the
list.)
Note
•• The Internet Radio service may be suspended or
be otherwise unavailable without notice.
•• Internet Radio may not be played back properly
depending on the network condition.
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
(Returns to the list.)
•• Press again to resume. (While
playing back the podcasts)
Skip
View
available
information
[INFO]
•• Press repeatedly to switch the
information.
Adding a station to favorite list
“Add Favourites”
1 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station to add
and then press [OK].
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Add
Favourites” and then press [OK].
•• “Added” is displayed after registering.
•• You can register up to 50 stations with this unit.
If a 51st station is added, “Favourites Full” is
displayed. Delete the stations from the favorite list.
(⇒ 59)
•• You cannot add the already registered station.
(“Already Exists” is displayed.)
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Calling up the favorite list
“Call Favourites”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “Call
Favourites” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
•• “ ” is displayed.
•• If no station is registered to the favorite list,
“Empty” is displayed. Add a station to the list.
Deleting the favorite station
“Delete Favourites”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Delete Favourites” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station to
delete from the favorite list.
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
•• “Deleted” is displayed after deleting.
•• “Empty” is displayed if no station is registered to
the favorite list.
Operations using the dedicated
app
“Technics Music App”
If you install the dedicated app “Technics Music
App” (free of charge) on your tablet/smartphone,
you can control this unit and edit the favorite list
with the vTuner function.
Download and install the app from the website
below.
www.technics.com/support/
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Creating the Internet Radio station
list with PC
1 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“Internet Radio”.
2 Check the MAC address of this unit.
(⇒ 35)
3 Use your PC to access the vTuner
website.
www.technics.com/radio/
•• You can select the language on the website.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions and
enter the necessary information for
registration.
5 Search by category (genre, region,
language, etc.) or edit the list.
■■Playback of the stations listed by your PC
You can play back the stations listed by your PC
separately from the favorite list of this unit.
1 Press [>SELECT<] repeatedly to select
“Internet Radio”.
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“technics.com/radio/” and then press
[OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station and
then press [OK].
•• Before disposing of or transferring this unit, delete
the personal information on the website.
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Operations
Using AirPlay
You can play back music stored on iOS
device, etc. using AirPlay.
•• AirPlay works with iPhone, iPad, and iPod
touch with iOS 4.3.3 or later, Mac with
OS X Mountain Lion or later, and PC with
iTunes 10.2.2 or later.
■■Preparation
•• Complete the network settings. (⇒ 26)
•• Connect the iOS device or PC to the same network
as this unit.
1 (iOS device)
Start the “Music” (or iPod) app.
(PC)
Start “iTunes”.
2 Select “Technics SC-C70 ******”*1, 2 from
).
the AirPlay icon (e.g.
3 Start play.
•• Check the volume settings before starting the
playback.
•• When AirPlay is used for the first time, the volume
may be output at the maximum setting.
•• The playback will start with a slight delay.
*1:“******” stands for a number that is unique to
each set.
*2:The device name can be changed from “This
unit’s name on the network”. (⇒ 35)
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Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
•• Press again to resume.
Skip
View
available
information
[INFO]
•• Press repeatedly to switch the
information.
•• You can also operate on the connected iOS
device/PC.
Note
•• Volume changes on the iOS device or iTunes will
apply to this unit. (Refer to the iTunes Help for the
required settings in iTunes.)
•• Playback of other audio sources will stop and
AirPlay output will have priority.
•• With some iOS and iTunes versions, it may not
be possible to restart the AirPlay playback if the
selector is changed or the unit is turned to standby
mode, during the AirPlay playback. In this case,
select a different device from the AirPlay icon of
the Music app or iTunes and then re-select this unit
as the output speakers.
•• AirPlay will not work when playing back videos on
iTunes.
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to set, and press [OK].
•• Confirm the setting on the connected device.
•• You can also set on the connected iOS device/PC.
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Random repeat playback
“Shuffle”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Shuffle” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to set, and press [OK].
•• Confirm the setting on the connected device.
•• You can also set on the connected iOS device/PC.
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Operations
Playing back music using
Spotify Connect
This unit is compatible with Spotify Connect
for the online music service (Spotify). You
can play music from the music streaming
service of Spotify by operating your
smartphone, tablet, etc.
■■Preparation
•• You will need Spotify Premium. For details, visit
the following website.
www.spotify.com/connect/
•• Complete the network settings. (⇒ 26)
Make sure that the network is connected to the
Internet.
•• Connect the device to be used to the network of
this unit.
1 Start the Spotify app on your device,
and play back music.
2 Select the currently playing title on the
bottom of the screen.
•• The playback screen is displayed.
3 Select “
DEVICE AVAILABLE”.
4 Select this unit as the connecting device.
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Note
•• The device name of this unit will be displayed as
“Technics SC-C70 ******”*1, 2.
•• Registration/subscription is required.
•• Spotify Premium requires a usage charge.
•• Services, icons, and specifications are subject to
change.
*1:“******” stands for a number that is unique to
each set.
2:
* The device name can be changed from “This
unit’s name on the network”. (⇒ 35)
Operations during playback
Pause
or
•• Press again to resume.
Skip
View available
information
[INFO]
•• Press repeatedly to switch
the information.
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to set, and press [OK].
•• Confirm the setting on the screen of the Spotify
app.
•• You can also set on the Spotify app.
Random repeat playback
“Shuffle”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Shuffle” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to set, and press [OK].
•• Confirm the setting on the screen of the Spotify
app.
•• You can also set on the Spotify app.
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Operations
Using TIDAL
You can play music from the music
streaming service, TIDAL on this unit
by operating the dedicated application
“Technics Music App” (free of charge) on
your smartphone, tablet, etc.
For details of TIDAL, visit the following
website.
www.tidal.com
■■Preparation
•• Install the latest “Technics Music App” on your
device (smartphone, tablet, etc.). For details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
•• Connect this unit and your device on which
“Technics Music App” has been installed to the
network connected to the internet. For details,
refer to their operating instructions.
1 Start “Technics Music App” on your
device (smartphone, tablet, etc.).
2 Select “Technics Player” > “TIDAL” as
the music source.
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3 Log into TIDAL and start playback.
(If you do not have an account) Select
“Sign Up”, and register the account.
•• Before using TIDAL, the account registration is
required (paid service).
•• For operation details, refer to the operating
instructions of “Technics Music App”. For
details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
Note
•• If this unit is playing other input sources, the
input is switched, and the playback of TIDAL is
prioritized.
•• Depending on the country or region, playback may
not be available.
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Settings
Using the favorite function.................. 69
Registering your favorite station to [FAV].... 69
Sound adjustment................................ 70
Adjusting BASS/MID/TREBLE
“Tone Control”........................................... 70
Adjusting the sound quality according
to the installation location “Space Tune”.... 70
Clock and Timer.................................... 72
Setting the clock “CLOCK”......................... 72
Clock display in standby mode
“Standby Display”...................................... 73
Switching clock indication
“CLOCK Indication”.................................... 73
Sleep timer “SLEEP”................................... 73
Play timer................................................... 73
Other settings....................................... 76
Language setting “Language”.................... 76
Auto off function “AUTO OFF”................... 76
Illumination on the top cover
“ILLUMINATION”....................................... 77
Operation sound setting “Beep”................ 77
Network settings “Network”...................... 77
Network standby “Network Standby”........ 78
Changing the character encoding
“E Asian Character”................................... 78
Touch switch setting “Touch Switch”......... 78
Checking the model name “Model No.”..... 78
Checking the firmware version
“F/W Version”............................................ 78
Firmware updates “F/W Update”............... 79
Table of contents ... 04
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Settings
Using the favorite function
Registering your favorite station to
[FAV]
You can register your favorite station or playlist (FM/
AM/Internet Radio/Spotify) and call up the station
easily by pressing [FAV]. (You can also register it by
pressing [FAV] on the touch switch.)
1 Switch the input source (FM/AM/
Internet Radio/Spotify).
2 Press and hold [FAV] while the favorite
station or playlist is played back.
•• The registration screen is displayed.
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select the number
(1 - 5) to register and then press [OK].
•• “Memorised” is displayed when the registration
is completed. (Confirm that the station
broadcasts if “Failed” is displayed.)
•• A station previously stored is overwritten
when another station is selected for the same
number.
•• You can also select the number with the
numeric buttons.
•• To cancel this setting in the middle, press
[RETURN].
Calling up the favorite station
1 Press [FAV].
2 Press the registered number (1 - 5) and
then press [OK].
•• You can also call up the station by pressing
[FAV] repeatedly. (Switches to the registered
station.)
•• The input source automatically switches to the
registered station.
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Settings
Sound adjustment
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to
select the menu and then press
[OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to set,
and press [OK].
Adjusting BASS/MID/TREBLE
“Tone Control”
You can adjust the tone of this unit. Each tonal
range (BASS/MID/TREBLE) can be adjusted.
•• To enable this function, select “On (adjustment)”.
•• Each level can be adjusted between “- 10” and
“+ 10”.
•• “TONE” is displayed after setting.
Adjusting the sound quality
according to the installation
location
“Space Tune”
You can adjust the sound quality according to the
installation location (near the wall or the corner of
the room).
Free:
No objects (wall, etc.) around this unit
Wall:
There is a wall behind this unit.
Corner:
This unit is in the corner of the room.
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Note
•• Using the dedicated app “Technics Music App”
(free of charge) on your iOS device, you can
measure the location between your iOS device and
this unit. Set “Space Tune” to “Measured” after
measuring with iOS device.
For details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
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Settings
Clock and Timer
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to
select the menu and then press
[OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to set,
and press [OK].
Setting the clock
“CLOCK”
The time is displayed for 20 seconds when
selecting “CLOCK”. (Press [OK] to access
the clock setting screen.) Press [ ], [ ] to
set the time on the clock setting screen.
•• To set the clock with the numeric buttons
e.g.) 10:05
[1] > [0] > [0] > [5]
•• Pressing [ ], [ ] switches the clock type AM or
PM when the clock indication is 12-hour clock.
Note
•• The clock is reset if a power failure occurs or the
AC power supply cord is removed.
•• Set the clock regularly to maintain accuracy.
•• Using the dedicated app “Technics Music App”
(free of charge) on your tablet/smartphone, you
can update the time information of this unit.
For details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
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Clock display in standby mode
“Standby Display”
You can set the clock display in standby mode.
On (CLOCK):
Displays the clock in standby mode.
•• The clock indicator moves every certain period
of time.
•• When the display is turned off by pressing
[DIMMER], the clock is not displayed. (The clock
is displayed for several seconds when pressing
[INFO].)
Off:
No display (The clock is displayed for several
seconds when pressing [INFO].)
•• The factory default is “Off”.
Switching clock indication
“CLOCK Indication”
You can select the clock indication type.
24-hour:
24-hour clock
12-hour:
12-hour clock
•• The factory default is “12-hour”.
Sleep timer
“SLEEP”
The sleep timer can turn the unit to standby mode
after a set time. (30 minutes/60 minutes/
90 minutes/120 minutes/Off)
•• “SLEEP” is displayed after setting.
Play timer
You can set the timer so this unit turns on at a set
time every day.
■■Preparation
•• Set the clock. (⇒ 72)
•• Prepare the selected music source (CD, Radio, USB
device, etc.).
•• Tune the station/channel (for radio).
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Setting the timer
“TIMER Adjustment”
The current settings are displayed when selecting
“TIMER Adjustment” and pressing [OK]. Press [OK]
again to access the timer setting screen, and the
screen starts blinking.
Press [ ], [ ] or numeric buttons to set the
starting time and then press [OK].
Press [ ], [ ] or numeric buttons to set the
finishing time and then press [OK].
Press [ ], [ ] to select the music source and
then press [OK].
■■To display the timer settings
After setting, you can confirm the setting time,
music source, etc. by selecting “TIMER Adjustment”
and pressing [OK].
•• You can also confirm them in standby mode by
pressing [INFO].
Turning the timer on
“TIMER Setting”
Set the desired volume.
Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then press [OK]
to store the volume.
•• The clock icon is displayed.
•• “Adjust CLOCK” is displayed when the clock is
not set.
•• “Adjust TIMER” is displayed when the play timer
is not set.
Turn the unit to standby mode.
•• The timer is enabled after turning this unit to
standby mode.
•• At the set time, the music source starts to play
at a low volume and the volume increases
gradually to the preset level.
•• To turn the timer off, select “Off” in step 2
(above).
Note
•• This unit can be used as normal even after the
timer is set, however:
Turn the unit to standby mode before the timer
start time.
Even if the audio source or the volume is
changed, the timer will still use the audio source
and volume that was set when the timer was
turned on.
•• You can set the repeat playback for “CD” or “USB”.
The favorite station registered by [FAV] can be also
played back.
•• To adjust the volume when the timer is turned
on, set “TIMER Setting” from “Off” to “On” after
selecting the volume.
•• After starting the timer, this unit is turned off
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automatically at the finishing time even when
using this unit as normal.
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Settings
Other settings
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to
select the menu and then press
[OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to set,
and press [OK].
Language setting
“Language”
Select “English” or “Français” for the display.
•• The factory default is “English”.
Auto off function
“AUTO OFF”
While the setting is set to “On”, this unit
automatically enters standby mode for saving
energy, if no sound output without operation such
as pressing buttons, etc. for approx. 20 minutes.
•• When the input source is “FM” or “AM”, this
function does not work.
•• The factory default is “Off”.
Note
•• The setting is stored even if the power is turned
off and on.
•• “AUTO OFF” is displayed 3 minutes before this unit
is turned off.
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Illumination on the top cover
“ILLUMINATION”
The top cover illuminates when this unit is turned
on. (The light of top cover turns off when the top
cover is opened.)
•• The factory default is “Mode2”. To disable this
function, select “Off”.
Mode1:
The top cover always illuminates.
Mode2:
The top cover illuminates only when a playable CD
is inserted and the input source is “CD”.
Operation sound setting
“Beep”
You can turn the beep sound on/off for the touch
switch operation.
•• The factory default is “On”. To disable this
function, select “Off”.
Network settings
“Network”
Wi-Fi setting
“Wi-Fi”
The wireless LAN function can be enabled or
disabled.
•• The factory default is “Off”.
Wi-Fi signal strength
“Signal Level”
To check the Wi-Fi signal strength where this system
is located.
•• The signal strength is shown as 3 (max) - 2 - 1. If
the indicator shows “2” or “1”, change the position
or angle of your wireless router or this system, and
see if the connection improves.
•• If “0” is displayed, this system cannot establish a
link with the wireless router.
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Network standby
“Network Standby”
This unit can turn on automatically from standby
mode when this unit is selected as the Spotify/
AirPlay/DLNA player.
•• The factory default is “Auto”. To disable this
function, select “Off”.
Auto:
Enables the network standby function when the
network connection is available.
On:
Always enables the network standby function.
Note
•• If this function is set to “On” or “Auto”, the
standby power consumption will increase.
Changing the character encoding
“E Asian Character”
You can change the character encoding of track
names, artist names and other information when
they are not displayed as they should be.
Type 1(日本):
Priority is given to Japanese. (default)
Type 2(简体字):
Priority is given to Chinese (Simplified).
Touch switch setting
“Touch Switch”
Activate/deactivate the touch-switch controlling.
•• The factory default is “On”.
Checking the model name
“Model No.”
The model name is displayed.
Checking the firmware version
“F/W Version”
The version of the installed firmware is displayed.
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Firmware updates
“F/W Update”
Occasionally, Panasonic may release updated
firmware for this unit that may add or improve the
way a feature operates. These updates are available
free of charge.
•• For the update information, refer to the following
website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
Downloading takes approx. 15 minutes.
Do not disconnect the AC power supply cord
or turn this unit to standby while updating.
Do not disconnect the USB flash memory
while updating.
•• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. (“ ” stands for a number.)
Note
•• During the update process, no other operations
can be performed.
•• If there are no updates, “Firmware is Up To Date”
is displayed. (No need to update it.)
•• Updating the firmware may reset the settings of
this unit.
Update via Internet
■■Preparation
•• Connect this unit to the network. (⇒ 26)
Make sure that the network is connected to the
Internet.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “F/W
Update” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Internet” and
then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
•• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. (“ ” stands for a number.)
•• When the update has finished successfully,
“Success” is displayed.
5 Disconnect the AC power supply cord
and reconnect it after 3 minutes.
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Update via USB flash memory
■■Preparation
•• Download the latest firmware on the USB flash
memory. For details, refer to the following
website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
1 Connect the USB flash memory with
new firmware.
2 Press [SETUP].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select “F/W
Update” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “USB” and then
press [OK].
5 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
•• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. (“ ” stands for a number.)
•• When the update has finished successfully,
“Success” is displayed.
6 Disconnect the AC power supply cord
and USB flash memory, and reconnect it
after 3 minutes.
Note
•• Downloading may take longer depending on the
USB flash memory.
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Others
Troubleshooting.................................... 82
Heat buildup of this unit............................. 82
Do you have the latest firmware
installed?.................................................. 82
To restore all the settings to the factory
defaults...................................................... 83
General...................................................... 83
Disc............................................................ 85
Radio......................................................... 85
USB............................................................ 86
Bluetooth®................................................. 86
Network..................................................... 87
vTuner/Spotify/TIDAL................................. 89
Remote control.......................................... 89
Touch switches........................................... 90
Messages................................................... 90
Playable media...................................... 94
Notes on CDs............................................. 94
USB............................................................ 95
About Bluetooth®................................. 96
Licenses.................................................. 97
Specifications........................................ 99
Table of contents ... 04
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Others
Troubleshooting
Before requesting service, make the
following checks. If you are uncertain about
some of the check points, or if the solutions
indicated in the following guide do not
resolve the issue, then consult your dealer
for instructions.
Heat buildup of this unit
This unit becomes warm while in use.
•• Be careful when touching the bottom of this unit
because the bottom of this unit may be hot. For
installation or unit care, disconnect the AC power
supply cord, wait for at least 3 minutes.
Do you have the latest firmware
installed?
Panasonic is constantly improving the unit’s
firmware to ensure that our customers are enjoying
the latest technology. (⇒ 79)
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To restore all the settings to the
factory defaults
When the following situations occur, reset the
memory:
•• There is no response when buttons are pressed.
•• You want to clear and reset the memory contents.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Initialization” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
•• A confirmation screen appears. Select “Yes” in
the following steps to restore all the settings to
defaults.
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK] again.
Note
•• If the setup menu cannot be entered, disconnect
the AC power supply cord and reconnect while
pressing and holding [
] after approx. 3 minutes
or later for restoring all the settings to the factory
defaults. (“Initialized” is displayed.)
General
The unit does not work.
Operations are not done properly.
•• One of the unit’s safety devices, etc. may have
been activated.
Press [
] on the unit to switch the unit to
standby.
•• If the unit does not switch to standby, press
[
] on the unit for at least 5 seconds. The
unit is forcibly switched to standby.
Alternatively, disconnect the AC power
supply cord, wait for at least 3 minutes, then
reconnect it.
Press [
] on the unit to switch on. (It may take
some time for this unit to be turned on.)
•• If the unit still cannot be operated, consult the
dealer.
•• The remote control may not work properly. (⇒ 89)
•• The touch switch operation may be disabled.
Check the setting. (⇒ 78)
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A “humming” sound can be heard during
playback.
•• An AC power supply cord of another device or
fluorescent light is near the cables. Turn off other
appliances, or keep them away from the cables of
this unit.
•• A strong magnetic field near a TV or other device
may adversely affect the audio quality. Keep this
unit away from such a location.
•• The speakers may output noise when a device
nearby is emitting powerful radio waves, such as
when a mobile phone is on a call.
No sound.
•• Check the volume of this unit and the connected
device.
•• Check to see if the cable connections to the input
and output terminals are incorrect. If this is the
case, turn this unit to standby and reconnect the
cables correctly.
•• Check to see if the correct input source is selected.
•• Insert the plugs of the cables to be connected all
the way in.
•• Playback of multi-channel content is not
supported.
•• The digital audio input terminal of this unit can
only detect linear PCM signals. For details, refer to
the operating instructions of the device.
Playback does not start.
•• Depending on your environment or connected
devices, it may take some time.
•• Check to see if the format of the file is supported.
For supported formats, refer to “File format”.
(⇒ 103)
The unit turns to standby mode automatically.
•• Is the auto off function turned on? (⇒ 76)
•• This unit incorporates a protection circuit to
prevent damage caused by heat buildup. When
you use this unit at a high volume level for a long
period of time, it may turn off automatically. Wait
for this unit to cool down before turning on this
unit again. (For approximately 3 minutes)
The settings are reset to the factory defaults.
•• Updating the firmware may reset the settings.
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Disc
Incorrect display or play does not start.
•• Make sure that the disc is compatible with this
unit. (⇒ 94)
•• There is moisture on the lens. Wait for about an
hour and then try again.
•• Unfinalized CD-R and CD-RW cannot be played
back.
•• WMA/MP3 is not supported. Refer to “Notes on
CDs” (⇒ 94) for information about the discs this
unit can play back.
Playback takes time to start.
•• It may take some time for the disc to load if there
are a lot of tracks on it.
Radio
Reception is poor.
•• Keep the antenna away from computers,
televisions, other cables and cords.
•• Use an outdoor antenna (⇒ 23).
Static or noisy reception is heard while listening
to a radio broadcast.
•• Confirm the antenna is properly connected. (⇒ 23)
•• Adjust the position of the antenna.
•• Keep a certain amount of distance between the
antenna and AC power supply cord.
•• Use an outdoor antenna if there are buildings or
mountains nearby. (⇒ 23)
•• Turn off the TV or other audio players or separate
it from this unit.
•• Keep this unit away from mobile phones if there is
interference.
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USB
The USB drive or its contents cannot be read.
•• The USB drive format or its contents is/are not
compatible with the unit. (⇒ 95)
No response when [
] is pressed.
•• Disconnect the USB device and then reconnect
it. Alternatively, turn the unit to standby and on
again.
Slow operation of the USB flash drive.
•• Large file size or high memory USB flash drive
takes longer time to read.
•• It may take some time if there are a lot of files or
folders on it.
Cannot display the information properly.
•• Track names, etc. may not be displayed properly.
Bluetooth®
Pairing cannot be completed.
•• Check the Bluetooth® device condition.
The device cannot be connected.
•• The pairing of the device was unsuccessful or the
registration has been replaced. Try re-pairing the
device. (⇒ 47)
•• This unit might be connected to a different device.
Disconnect the other device and try re-pairing the
device.
The device is connected, but audio cannot be
heard through this unit.
•• For some built-in Bluetooth® devices, you have
to set the audio output to “SC-C70” manually.
Read the operating instructions for the device for
details.
The sound is interrupted.
•• The device is out of the 10 m (33 ft)
communication range. Bring the Bluetooth® device
closer to this system.
•• Remove any obstacle between this system and the
device.
•• Other devices that use the 2.4 GHz frequency
band (wireless router, microwaves, cordless
phones, etc.) are interfering. Bring the Bluetooth®
device closer to this system and distance it from
the other devices.
•• Select “Mode1” for stable communication. (⇒ 48)
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Network
Cannot connect to the network.
•• Confirm the network connection and settings.
(⇒ 26)
•• If the network is set to be invisible, make the
network visible while you set up the network for
this unit or make a wired LAN connection.
•• This system’s Wi-Fi security supports WPA2™.
Your wireless router must therefore be WPA2™
compatible. For details on the security supported
by your router and how to change the settings,
please refer to the operating instructions or
contact your internet service provider.
•• Make sure that the multicast function on the
wireless router is enabled.
•• Depending on the router, WPS button may not
work. Try another connection method. (⇒ 29)
•• This unit uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band only.
Confirm that the frequency band of the wireless
router is 2.4 GHz.
•• The wireless LAN environment or radio
interference in your area may cause connection
problem. In this case, try another connection
method. If the problem persists, make a wired
LAN connection. (⇒ 27)
•• While the AC power supply cord is disconnected,
the LAN cable must be connected or
disconnected.
Cannot select this system as the output
speakers.
•• Make sure that the devices are connected to the
same network as this unit.
•• Reconnect the devices to the network.
•• Turn the wireless router off and then on.
•• Turn this unit to standby and on, and then select
this system as the output speakers again.
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Playback does not start.
The sound is interrupted.
•• If using the 2.4 GHz band on the wireless router,
simultaneous use with other 2.4 GHz devices, such
as microwaves, cordless telephones, etc., may
result in connection interruptions. Increase the
distance between this unit and these devices.
•• Do not place this system inside a metal cabinet, for
it might block the Wi-Fi signal.
•• If the playback stops, check the playback status on
the device.
•• Place this system closer to the wireless router.
•• Check the Wi-Fi signal strength using “Signal
Level” and adjust location of this unit and the
wireless router. (⇒ 77)
•• If several wireless devices are simultaneously using
the same wireless network as this unit, try turning
off the other devices or reducing their wireless
network usage.
•• Reconnect the devices to the network.
•• Turn the wireless router off and then on.
•• With some iOS and iTunes versions, it may not
be possible to restart the AirPlay playback if the
selector is changed (e.g. “CD”) or this unit is in
standby mode, during the AirPlay playback. In this
case, select a different device from the AirPlay icon
of the Music App or iTunes and then re-select this
system as the output speakers. (⇒ 61)
•• If the above solutions do not solve the problem,
make a wired LAN connection for all connected
DLNA compatible devices which have LAN terminal
(this unit, Network Attached Storage, DLNA
server, etc.). (⇒ 27)
The DLNA server and its contents are not
displayed.
•• The connected DLNA server and its contents
may not be displayed properly depending on its
condition (e.g. soon after adding the contents to
the server, etc.). Try again later. For details, refer to
the operating instructions of the DLNA server.
Cannot find music files stored on the PC.
•• When you play back music files over a network,
those that are not registered to its network
server are not displayed. For details, refer to the
operating instructions for your server.
Cannot display the information properly.
•• Track names, etc. may not be displayed properly.
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vTuner/Spotify/TIDAL
Playback does not start.
The sound is interrupted.
•• The station that does not broadcast cannot be
played back. (It will be skipped or return to the
list.)
•• vTuner/Spotify/TIDAL may not be played back
depending on the broadcasting method.
•• Internet Radio may not be played back properly
depending on the network condition.
•• Depending on the internet connection
environment, the sound may be interrupted or it
may take some time to play back.
•• Internet Radio is an audio broadcasting service
transmitted via the Internet. Depending on the
broadcaster or condition of the transmitting, the
sound quality may vary.
•• Service may not be available depending on the
country or area.
•• The services through Network Service are
operated by their respective service providers, and
service may be discontinued either temporarily or
permanently without notice.
•• Change TIDAL sound quality setting for “Settings”
of “Technics Music App”. The performance may be
improved.
Cannot display the information properly.
•• Station names, countries, regions, genres, track
names, album names, etc. which are managed
by vTuner/Spotify/TIDAL, may not be displayed
properly depending on the broadcasting
information.
Cannot find the broadcasting station.
Cannot play back the stations listed by your PC.
•• The Internet Radio stations, genre, region, etc. on
this unit are edited and managed by vTuner.
•• The Internet Radio service may be suspended or
be otherwise unavailable without notice.
Remote control
The remote control does not work properly.
•• The batteries are depleted or inserted incorrectly.
(⇒ 20)
•• To avoid interference, please do not put any
objects in front of signal sensor. (⇒ 14)
•• If the remote control mode of the remote control
differs from that of this unit, match the mode of
the remote control to the mode of this unit. (⇒ 20)
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Touch switches
The touch switches do not work.
The touch switch operations are not done
properly.
•• The touch switch operation may be disabled.
Check the setting. (⇒ 78)
•• If this unit detects an abnormality of the touch
switches such as putting any objects on or
applying too much force on the touch switch, the
switches may not work temporarily.
Wait for at least 5 seconds, then press the
touch switch again.
If the touch switch cannot be activated, turn
this unit off and then on.
Messages
•• The selected file cannot be played back.
•• Select the playable file.
For supported formats, refer to “File format”.
(⇒ 103)
Adjust CLOCK
•• Set the cock before setting the timer. (⇒ 72)
Adjust TIMER
•• Set the starting time and finishing time of the
timer. (⇒ 74)
AUTO OFF
•• The unit has been left unused for about
20 minutes and will shut down within a minute.
Press any button to cancel it.
Checking Device
•• The unit is checking the connected USB device.
After this display has disappeared, start operating.
Connecting
•• The unit is connecting to vTuner. Please wait for a
while. If the display does not change, switch the
input source, or turn the unit to standby and on
again.
Connect to Network
•• Connect this unit to the network and then wait for
the start of the Firmware Update via Internet.
(⇒ 79)
Connect USB Device
•• Download the latest firmware on the USB flash
memory and try again. (⇒ 80)
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Download Fail
•• The firmware download has failed. Press any
button to exit. Please try again later.
•• The server cannot be found. Press any button to
exit. Make sure that the network is connected to
the internet.
Empty
•• The selected folder is empty. Move tracks into the
folder and retry the operation.
•• The server is not found on the network. Check to
see if the server is connected to the same network
as this unit, and retry the connection to this unit.
(⇒ 26)
•• No Internet Radio station is registered to the
favorite list. Add a station to the list. (⇒ 58)
Error
•• Incorrect operation is performed. Read the
instructions and try again.
Fail
•• Network connection is not complete. Try the
setting again. (⇒ 26)
Firmware update is available
•• The firmware (free of charge) for this unit is
available.
Press [OK].
Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then press
[OK].
•• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. (“ ” stands for a number.)
•• Do not disconnect the AC power supply cord
or turn this unit to standby while updating.
(⇒ 79)
•• When the update has finished successfully,
“Success” is displayed.
Disconnect the AC power supply cord and
reconnect it after 3 minutes.
•• For the update information, refer to the following
website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
“F
” (“ ” stands for a number.)
•• An abnormality has occurred. (If this unit detects
an abnormality, the protection circuit is activated,
and the power may be turned off automatically.)
Is this unit placed in an extremely hot place?
Wait a few seconds and then turn the unit
on again. (The protection circuit will be
deactivated.)
If the problem persists, write down the displayed
number, disconnect the AC power supply cord and
consult your dealer.
Load Fail
•• The firmware cannot be found on the USB flash
memory.
•• Download the latest firmware on the USB flash
memory and try again. (⇒ 80)
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No Device
•• No USB device is connected.
•• Connect the USB device to be played. (⇒ 45)
No Disc
•• No CD is inserted.
•• Insert the disc to be played (⇒ 39).
No Network Available
•• This unit is not connected to the network.
•• Check the network connection. (⇒ 26)
No Play
•• The disc cannot be played back.
•• Insert the disc to be played (⇒ 94).
Not Valid
•• The function you have tried to use is not available
with the current settings. Check the steps and
settings.
PGM Full
•• The number of programmed tracks is more than
24.
Please Wait
•• This is displayed, for example, when this unit is
turned to standby/on. (For up to approx. 1 minute
and 30 seconds)
Reading
•• The unit is checking the CD information. After this
display has disappeared, start operating.
“Remote ” (“ ” stands for a number.)
•• The remote control and this unit are using
different modes.
Change the mode on the remote control. (⇒ 20)
Remote Mode
•• Basic playback control buttons on the touch
switches/remote control are not available. (While
playing back music stored on the DLNA server with
this unit (DMR), etc.)
•• Use the connected device for basic playback
control.
Searching
•• The unit is checking the DLNA server on the
network.
Touch Switch Off
•• The touch switch operation of this unit is disabled.
(⇒ 78)
Unlocked
•• “OPT” is selected, but no device is connected.
Check the connection with the device. (⇒ 50)
•• The sampling frequency components, etc. of the
audio signals are not input correctly.
For supported formats, refer to “File format”.
(⇒ 103)
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USB Over Current Error
•• USB device is drawing too much power.
Disconnect the USB device and turn the unit to
standby and on again. (⇒ 45)
Wi-Fi Setup
•• Select “On” and press [OK] to enter the network
setting. (⇒ 28)
To exit the network setting, select “Off” and
press [OK].
Hub Device Not Supported/Not Supported/
Device Not Recognized/
USB Device Not Supported
•• The connected USB device is not supported.
•• The format of the file on the USB device is not
supported.
For supported formats, refer to “File format”.
(⇒ 103)
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Others
Playable media
Notes on CDs
■■Compatible CD
•• A disc with the CD Logo.
•• This unit can play back discs that conform to the
CD-DA format.
•• The unit may not be able to play some discs due to
the condition of the recording.
•• Before playback, finalize the disc on the device it
was recorded on.
■■CDs that cannot be used
•• CDs with irregular shapes, such as heart shapes
(Use of such CDs may cause malfunction.)
■■CDs that are not guaranteed to operate with
this unit
•• Discs with illegally copied data and those that do
not conform to industry standards
•• DualDiscs (Discs that record data such as music
and images on both sides)
■■Disc formats supported by this unit
Commercially available CDs
(CD-DA)
Support
CD-R/CD-RW(CD-DA)
Support
CD-R/CD-RW(MP3)
Not support
CD-R/CD-RW(WMA)
Not support
■■This unit’s lens
Use the lens cleaner (not supplied) to clean the
unit’s lens.
■■Clean discs
DO
DO NOT
Wipe with a damp cloth and then wipe dry with a
dry cloth.
■■Disc handling precautions
•• Handle discs by the edges to avoid inadvertent
scratches or fingerprints on the disc.
•• Do not use disc cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner,
static electricity prevention liquids or any other
solvent.
•• Do not attach labels or stickers to discs.
•• Do not use the following discs:
Discs with exposed adhesive from removed
stickers or labels (rented discs, etc.).
Discs that are badly warped or cracked.
Irregularly shaped discs, such as heart shapes.
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USB
•• This unit does not guarantee connection with all
USB devices.
•• FAT16 and FAT32 file systems are supported.
•• This unit supports USB 2.0 high speed.
•• Connect a USB device with a thickness of 8 mm
(5/16”) or less.
•• USB devices may not be recognized by this unit
when connected using the following:
a USB hub
a USB extension cable
•• It is not possible to use USB card reader/writers.
•• This unit cannot record music to a USB device.
•• Not all files on the USB device may be read if there
are some files not supported.
•• About supported format, refer to “File format”
(⇒ 103)
■■Folder and file structure
The unit plays back only the music files in the
selected folder. Select the folder containing the
tracks that you want to play back.
•• Nothing is played back if you select a folder
without music files, such as the folder
in the
diagram below. (“Empty” is displayed.)
Example:
Folder
Music file
Music 1
Music 2
Music 3
Music 4
Music 5
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Others
About Bluetooth®
Panasonic bears no responsibility for data and/
or information that is compromised during a
wireless transmission.
Frequency band used
•• This system uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band.
Certification of this device
•• This system conforms to frequency restrictions and
has received certification based on frequency laws.
Thus, a wireless permit is not necessary.
•• The actions below are punishable by law in some
countries:
Taking apart or modifying the system.
Removing specification indications.
Restrictions of use
•• Wireless transmission and/or usage with all
Bluetooth® equipped devices is not guaranteed.
•• All devices must conform to standards set by
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
•• Depending on the specifications and settings of a
device, it can fail to connect or some operations
can be different.
•• This system supports Bluetooth® security features.
But depending on the operating environment and/
or settings, this security is possibly not sufficient.
Transmit data wirelessly to this system with
caution.
•• This system cannot transmit data to a Bluetooth®
device.
Range of use
•• Use this device at a maximum range of 10 m
(33 ft). The range can decrease depending on the
environment, obstacles or interference.
Interference from other devices
•• This system may not function properly and
troubles such as noise and sound jumps may arise
due to radio wave interference if this system is
located too close to other Bluetooth® devices or
the devices that use the 2.4 GHz band.
•• This system may not function properly if radio
waves from a nearby broadcasting station, etc. is
too strong.
Intended usage
•• This system is for normal, general use only.
•• Do not use this system near an equipment or in an
environment that is sensitive to radio frequency
interference (example: airports, hospitals,
laboratories, etc.).
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Others
Licenses
The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Logo is a certification
mark of Wi-Fi Alliance ®.
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ Logo is a
certification mark of Wi-Fi Alliance ®.
“Wi-Fi®” is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi
Alliance ®.
“Wi-Fi Protected Setup™”, “WPA™”, and
“WPA2™” are trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance ®.
AirPlay, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are
trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
Android and Google Play are trademarks of
Google Inc.
Windows is a trademark or a registered
trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and other countries.
Windows Media and the Windows logo
are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/
or other countries. This product is protected by
certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft
Corporation and third parties. Use or distribution
of such technology outside of this product is
prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an
authorized Microsoft subsidiary and third parties.
Mac and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by the Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Panasonic
Corporation is under license. Other trademarks
and trade names are those of their respective
owners.
DLNA, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks
of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
DSD is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
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FLAC Decoder
Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Josh Coalson
Redistribution and use in source and binary
forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions
are met:
Redistributions of source code must retain the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions
and the following disclaimer.
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce
the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided
with the distribution.
Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation
nor the names of its contributors may be used
to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written
permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
“AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS
OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The Spotify software is subject to third party
licenses found here:
www.spotify.com/connect/third-party-licenses
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Others
Specifications
■■GENERAL
Power supply
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption
45 W
Power consumption
in standby mode
(Network Standby
Off & No clock
display)
0.15 W
Power consumption
in standby mode
(Network Standby
On & No clock
display)
2.0 W*1
Dimensions
(W×H×D)
450 mm (17 23/32”) ×
143 mm (5 5/8”) ×
280 mm (11 1/32”)
Mass
Approx. 7.8 kg (17.2 lbs)
Operating
temperature range
0 °C to 40 °C
(+32 °F to +104 °F)
Operating humidity
range
35 % to 80 % RH
(no condensation)
*1: Wireless Network Standby (Wired LAN not
connected & No clock display)
■■AMPLIFIER SECTION
Output power
Front speaker (L/R):
30 W + 30 W
(1 kHz, T.H.D. 1.0 %, 6 Ω,
20 kHz LPF)
Subwoofer:
40 W
(70 Hz, T.H.D. 1.0 %, 4 Ω,
20 kHz LPF)
FTC output power
Front speaker (L/R):
20 W + 20 W (1 kHz,
T.H.D. 1.0 %, 6 Ω, 20 kHz
LPF)
Subwoofer:
35 W (70 Hz, T.H.D. 1.0 %,
4 Ω, 20 kHz LPF)
Input sensitivity/
input impedance
AUX (LOW):
575 mVrms/16 kΩ
AUX (HIGH):
290 mVrms/16 kΩ
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■■TUNER SECTION
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Preset memory
30 stations
Frequency range
87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
(200 kHz step)
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
(100 kHz step)
Antenna terminals
75 Ω (unbalanced)
Amplitude Modulation (AM)
Preset memory
15 stations
Frequency range
520 kHz to 1710 kHz
(10 kHz step)
■■DISC SECTION
Playable Disc
(8 cm (3”) or 12 cm
(5”))
CD, CD-R, CD-RW
Pickup
Wavelength
790 nm (CD)
Laser power
CLASS 1
Format
CD-DA
■■SPEAKER SECTION
Front speaker (L/R)
Type
2 way, 2 speaker (Closed)
Woofer
8 cm (3 1/8”) × 1/ch,
Cone type
Tweeter
2 cm (3/4”) × 1/ch,
Dome type
Subwoofer
Type
1 way,
1 speaker (Bass reflex)
Subwoofer
12 cm (4 3/4”) × 1,
Cone type
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■■Bluetooth® SECTION
Bluetooth® system
specification
Bluetooth® Ver.2.1+EDR
Wireless equipment
classification
Class 2 (2.5 mW)
Supported profiles
A2DP, AVRCP
Supported codec
AAC, SBC
Frequency band
2.4 GHz band FH-SS
Operating distance
Approx. 10 m (33 ft) Line
of sight*2
*2: Prospective communication distance
Measurement environment:
Temperature 25 °C (77 °F)/Height 1.0 m
(3.3 ft)
Measure in “Mode1”
■■TERMINALS SECTION
Headphones Jack
Stereo, φ3.5 mm (1/8”)
USB
REAR USB
Type A Connector
Support Memory
Capacity
2 TB (max)
Maximum number
of folders (albums)
800
Maximum number
of files (songs)
8000
File system
FAT16, FAT32
USB port power
DC OUT 5 V 0.5 A (max)
Ethernet interface
LAN
(100BASE-TX/10BASE-T)
AUX Input
Stereo, φ3.5 mm (1/8”) Jack
Digital Input
Optical digital input
(Optical terminal)
Format support
LPCM
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■■FORMAT SECTION
USB-A
USB Standard
USB 2.0 high-speed
USB Mass Storage class
Wi-Fi SECTION
Standard
IEEE802.11b/g/n
Frequency Band
2.4 GHz band (1 - 11 ch)
Security
WPA2™, Mixed mode
WPA2™/WPA™
Encryption Type
TKIP/AES
Authentication
type
PSK
WEP (64 bit/128 bit)
WPS version
Version 2.0
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■■File format
This unit supports the following file formats.
•• This unit does not support the playback of copyprotected music files.
•• Playback of all files in formats supported by this
unit is not guaranteed.
•• Playback of a file in a format not supported by
this unit may cause choppy audio or noise. In such
cases, check to see if this unit supports the file
format.
•• This unit does not support VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
playback.
•• Some of the connected devices (servers) may
be capable of converting files in formats not
supported by this unit and output them. For
details, refer to the operating instructions for your
server.
•• File information (sampling frequency, etc.) shown
by this unit and playback software may differ from
each other.
Extension
MP3
.mp3
32/44.1/
48 kHz
16 to
320 kbps
AAC
.m4a
.aac
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96 kHz
16 to
320 kbps
WMA
.wma
32/44.1/
48 kHz
16 to
320 kbps
WAV
.wav
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
FLAC
.flac
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
AIFF
.aiff
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
ALAC
.m4a
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
DSD
.dff
.dsf
2.8/5.6 MHz
Sampling
frequency
File format
Bit rate/
Number of
quantization bits
USB-A
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Extension
MP3
.mp3
32/44.1/
48 kHz
16 to
320 kbps
AAC
.m4a
.aac
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96 kHz
16 to
320 kbps
WMA
.wma
32/44.1/
48 kHz
16 to
320 kbps
WAV
.wav
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
FLAC
.flac
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
AIFF
.aiff
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
ALAC
.m4a
32/44.1/48/
88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
DSD
.dff
.dsf
2.8/5.6 MHz
Sampling
frequency
File format
Bit rate/
Number of
quantization bits
LAN (DLNA)*
*: Whether or not each music file can be played
back over your network is determined by the
network server even if the format of the file
is listed above. For example, if you are using
Windows Media Player 11, not all music files on
the PC are playable. You can play back only those
added to the library of Windows Media Player 11.
Note
•• Specifications are subject to change without
notice.
•• Mass and dimensions are approximate.
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