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ESPAÑOL
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Super Audio CD player
SA8003
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) 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.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety standards.
There are, however, some installation and operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
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 manufacture's instructions.
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 product.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF
PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE
LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to service
this device, due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION : U SE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE
OF PROCEDURE OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
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.
Additional Safety Information!
• This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
• Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
• When the switch is in the OFF position, the apparatus isn’t completely switched-off from the MAINS.
• The equipment shall be installed near the power supply so that the power supply is easily accessible.
• Do not expose the unit and batteries to excessive heat such as direct sunlight, fire or the like.
• Make a space of about 4 inchs (0.1m) around the unit.
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:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
- 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.
NOTE:
Changes or modifications may cause this unit to fail to
comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and may void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Cet appareil numerique de la Classe B est conforme a
la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
U.S. Responsible Party:
Marantz America, Inc.
100 Corporate Drive,
Mahwah, NJ, 07430, U.S.A.
TEL: 201-762-6500
Type of Product:
Super Audio CD player
Model:
SA8003
OPT_080602U2
After opening the cover of the packing box, check
that the following accessories are included.
• Remote controller
Features........................................................................ 2
To change time display....................................... 14
APPLICABLE DISCS TO THE UNIT............................. 2
Repeated disc play (RepeatPlay)..................... 14
BEFORE USING................................................3
Playing tracks in a random sequence
(Random Play).......................................................... 14
Usage of remote controller............................ 4
Names and Functions.............................5
Front panel................................................................. 5
DISPLAY........................................................................... 6
Remote Controller................................................. 7
Rear Panel................................................................... 8
• Remote control connecting cord
BASIC ConnectionS...................................9
Searching your favorite tracks
(AMS (Automatic Music Scan) Play).............. 15
Switching Sound Mode
(Super Audio CD)...................................................... 15
Setting the Digital Output............................... 16
USB media/iPod connection................................ 9
CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY.......................... 9
Normal Playback................................................... 17
Basic Operation.......................................10
NORMAL PLAYBACK................................................... 10
PLAYING YOUR FAVORITE TRACKS......................... 18
PLAYING YOUR FAVORITE PARTS OF A
TRACK (SEARCH)......................................................... 18
Playing your favorite tracks of a disc..... 10
USB MEDIUM OPERATION........................................ 19
Playing your favorite parts of a disc
(Search)....................................................................... 10
iPod OPERATION.......................................................... 21
ADVANCED CONNECTIONS........................11
CONNECTING TO A DIGITAL AUDIO
COMPONENT................................................................ 11
Remote Control Connection........................... 12
• Size “AAA” batteries x 2
To Check the Programmed Tracks............... 15
Application Operation
(USB/iPod Operation)...............................17
CONNECTING TO AN AMPLIFIER.............................. 9
• User Guide
Playing tracks in a specific sequence
(Program Play)........................................................ 14
Timer Play.................................................................. 12
TROUBLESHOOTING....................................23
Others...........................................................25
Specifications & Dimensional
Drawings................................................................... 27
NOTES ABOUT THE DISCS........................................ 28
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• Audio connecting cord
Application Operation (CD Operation)......14
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Thank you for selecting the Marantz Super Audio CD Player for your Audio system.
This Player incorporates a number of features designed to enhance the listening of your favorite audio
sources.
Please read these operating instructions carefully. We recommend that you read the entire user guide before
you attempt to connect or operate the player.
After you have reviewed the contents of this manual, we suggest that you make all system connections
before you attempt to operate the unit.
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This unit can play back the outstanding sound
performance of Super Audio CDs. This unit has the
following major features.
• Low-noise low-distortion filter circuit and
high-speed HDAMSA2-type output amplifier
with the differential input type HDAM
• Playback of CD-R/CD-RW discs
• Playback of CD-R/CD-RW/CD-ROM discs
containing WMA and MP3 files
• Toroidal transformer
The SA8003 features a toroidal transformer that
produces less vibration and magnetic leakage flux
compared to conventional power transformers.
The materials and manufacturing process of the
ring-shaped core are strictly controlled to reduce
vibration, while the short-ring attached to the
perimeter of the transformer reduce magnetic
leakage flux.
• Large-capacitance block capacitor
A large capacitance 3300 µF capacitor carefully
selected for its acoustic characteristics is
incorporated into the power supply circuit.
• Audiophile-grade film capacitors and
electrolytic capacitors
The SA8003 features the same audiophilegrade film capacitors and electrolytic capacitors
specifically used in top-range models.
• Double-layered chassis
• High-grade machined analog audio output
connectors
• Playback of USB audio (MP3/WMA/WAV)/
iPod
This unit can play back MP3, WMA, WAV, and
AAC files by connecting an USB device or iPod to
its USB connector.
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Super Audio CD
The Super Audio standard is based on Direct Stream
Digital (DSD) technology. This new direct-stream
digital format comprises a 1-bit system that has a
digital sampling frequency that is 64 times higher
than that of conventional audio CD. The results are
spectacular: a frequency response of over 100k Hz
and a 120 dB dynamic range over the entire audible
spectrum. Mixed with as many of the original
frequencies as possible, the audio information
audible for human ears sounds much more natural.
All audible frequencies are, after all, embedded
in the frequency range as emitted by the sound
source. A better reproduction does not exist! For
the first time your ears will relive reality.
There are three types of Super Audio CDs.
• Single-layer Disc
• Dual-layer Disc
• Hybrid-layer Disc
Disc Types
Dual-layer Disc Hybrid-layer Disc
Single-layer Disc
HD layer
HD layer
CD layer
HD layer
And each type may contain two areas of recorded
information.
• High quality stereo area
• High quality multi-channel area**
• Single Layer Disc
It can contain both high quality stereo area and
high quality multi-channel area** information.
• Dual Layer Disc
It can contain both high quality stereo area and
high quality multi-channel area** information.
And a double amount of information can be
stored on the disc thanks to the second layer.
• Hybrid Layer Disc
Not only does this disc contain both high sound
quality stereo area and high sound quality multichannel area** information, it also has a CD layer
in the second layer, so it can be played on a CD
player.
Hybrid Super Audio CD Disc
1 CD layer that plays on any of your
existing CD players
High-Density layer containing:
2 - High sound quality stereo
3 - High sound quality multi-channel**
The number of tracks recorded may vary per layer. It
will be shown on the display window of the unit.
**This unit is a stereo-only player, and so it
cannot play high-quality multi-channel audio
areas. (It does not recognize multi-channel
areas.)
2.
Audio CD (CDDA)
Audio CDs contain music tracks only.
3. CD-R / CD-RW
This unit can play back the CD-RW (ReWritable)
discs as well as ordinary Audio CD and CD-R
(Recordable) discs.
• The CD-R and CD-RW discs should contain
properly-recorded TOC* information so that they
can be played back. In CD recorders, the task of
writing TOC information is referred to as finalizing
the disc. Discs that are not finalized cannot be
properly recognized as an Audio CD and played
back by regular CD players and Super Audio CD
players. For details, please read the instruction
manual provided with a CD recorder.
* TOC stands for Table Of Contents and contains
information such as the total number of tracks
and total playing time of the disc.
• As the playback of a CD-RW disc necessitates
partial change of the player setup, it may take
longer time for reading the TOC information than
when an Audio CD or CD-R disc is played.
Recording and playback of any material may
require consent. For further information refer to the
following:
— Copyright Act 1956
— Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958
— Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972
— any subsequent statutory enactments and
orders
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• Do not touch the mains cord with wet hands.
• When disconnecting the mains cord, always
make sure that you take hold of the plug. Yanking
out or bending the cord can damage it and/or
cause electric shocks or a fire.
• Get into the habit of disconnecting the power
plug before leaving home.
dO NOt attempt repaIrs YOurselF
• Refrain from lubricating the player: doing so can
cause malfunctioning.
• Only qualified engineers with specialized
expertise are authorized to repair the pick-up and
parts inside the player.
• In winter, droplets of water form on the insides
of the windows of a heated room: this is called
condensation. This CD player uses an optical
lens, so the condensation may form in the
following cases.
- In a room immediately after the heating has
been turned on
- In a room where the humidity level is high
- When the player has been suddenly brought
from a cold location into a warm room
Since, in cases like this, the track numbers may
not be read and the player is prevented from
operating properly, wait about 30 minutes, and
then operate the player.
• This player may cause interference on a tuner or
TV set. If this is the case, place it further away
from the tuner or TV set.
• Compact discs have much less noise than analog
records and hardly any noise is heard before play
starts. Bear in mind, therefore, that if the volume
control on the amplifier is set too high, you will
risk damaging other audio components.
• This audio player is for the exclusive playing of
Audio CDs (Compact Discs) and MP3/WMA
compressed data files.
It cannot play CD-ROMs used with personal
computers, game CDs, video CDs, DVDs (video/
audio) or DTS-CDs.
• We do not recommend the use of lens cleaners.
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• Refrain from placing any objects on top of the
player.
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To keep your player in perfect working order for the
longest possible time, avoid installing the player in
the following locations.
• Wherever it will be exposed to direct sunlight
• Wherever it will be close to a heater or other heatradiating appliance
• Wherever the humidity is high or ventilation is
poor
• Wherever it is very dusty
• Wherever it will be subject to vibration
• On top of a rickety stand or in an unstable location
which is tilted at an angle
• On top of an amplifier or other component which
dissipates a great deal of heat
• In an audio rack with little space at the top
and bottom or other location where the heat
dissipation will be obstructed
To ensure proper heat dissipation, install the
player while leaving clearances between the
player and wall or other components, as shown
in the figure below.
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Your Marantz product complies with the household
power and safety requirements in your area.
This product can be powered by 120 V AC only.
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This section must be read before any connection is
made to the mains supply.
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Before using the remote controller for the first time,
load the batteries in the remote controller. The
batteries provided are used to verify the operations
of the remote controller only.
1.
Remove the battery cover.
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Insert the batteries with correct ª/·
orientation.
3.
Close the battery cover until it clicks shut.
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Misuse of the batteries can result in electrolyte
leakage, rupturing, corrosion, etc.
Bear in mind the following points when using
batteries.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control
unit if the unit is not going to be used for a
prolonged period (a month or more).
• Do not use an old battery together with a new
one.
• Insert the batteries while ensuring that their
ª and · poles are properly aligned with the
corresponding markings on the remote control
unit.
• Batteries with the same shape may have different
voltages. Do not use different types of batteries
together.
• If electrolyte has leaked, thoroughly wipe the
inside of the battery compartment, and then
insert new batteries.
• When batteries which are no longer required are
to be discarded, follow the directions (regulations)
laid down by the local authorities in the area
concerned for their disposal.
OperatIONal raNGe
Operate the unit with the remote controller within
the range of the illustration below.
Approx.
16.4 ft (5m)
60°
Precautions
• Do not allow direct sunlight, an inverter fluorescent
light or other strong source of light to shine onto
the player’s infrared signal reception window
(remote sensor). Otherwise, the operation of the
remote control unit may be disabled.
• Bear in mind that operating the remote control
unit may cause other devices operated by infrared
rays to be operated by mistake.
• The remote control unit cannot be operated if
the space between the controller and the player’s
remote sensor is obstructed.
• Do not place any objects on top of the remote
control unit. Doing so may cause one or more
buttons to be held down which will cause the
batteries to run down.
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w 4/1 (Track Skip/Search)
button
See page 10.
e ¡/¢ (Search/Track Skip)
button
See page 10.
r 0 (Open/Close) button
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u 7 (Stop) button
!3 DISPLAY OFF indicator
See page 10.
See page 7.
i 8 (Pause) button
!4 DISC MEDIA / USB button
See page 10.
See page 17.
o LEVEL (headphones level) control
!5 USB connector
This is used to adjust the headphones volume level.
The level increases when turned clockwise.
See page 17.
!0 PHONES (headphones) jack
The headphones are connected to this jack. Use
headphones that come with a standard plug.
See page 10.
!1 Remote sensor
t Disc tray
This sensor senses the infrared control signals sent
from the remote control unit.
The disk to be played is placed on the tray (see
page 10).
!2 FL display
y 2 (Play) button
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This switch is used to turn the power ON and OFF
(see page 10).
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STANDBY indicator
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See page 6.
See page 10.
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k M FILE indicator
¡4 8 (pause) indicator
This indicator lights up during repeat play of one
track.
This indicator indicates the type of disc on the disc
tray (WMA/MP3).
This indicator lights up when play is paused.
s RPT (repeat) indicator
l USB indicator
This indicator lights up during repeat play.
This indicator lights up during operation in the USB/
iPod mode.
d RNDM (random) indicator
This indicator lights up during random play.
¡0 D OFF (digital output OFF)
indicator
This indicator lights up during program play.
This indicator lights up when the digital output
setting of the audio CD signal is set to OFF (see
page 16).
g TRK (track) indicator
¡1 REMAIN (remaining time) indicator
This indicator lights up above the display of the track
number currently being played.
This indicator lights up above the remaining playback
time of a track, when it is displayed.
h SA-CD indicator
¡2 TTL (total time) indicator
This indicator indicates the type of disc on the disc
tray (Super Audio CD).
This indicator lights up above the total remaining time
or the total program time, when it is displayed.
j CD indicator
¡3 Main display area
This indicator indicates the type of disc on the disc
tray (CD).
This area displays the time display and text
information of the disc to be played, as well as the
setting menu items, etc.
f PROG (program) indicator
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¡5 3 (play) indicator
This indicator lights up during disc play.
¤2 TEXT button
Switches the power of the unit ON and OFF (see
page 10).
This button is used to enter settings done via MENU
or decide files for USB file search.
x USB button
⁄3 8 (pause) button
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Press this button when using a USB connection
(see page 17).
See page 10.
Press this button when switching the main display
area from time display to text display when using a
data disc containing MP3, WMA files, etc., or during
USB/iPod use (see page 20).
However, this feature does not support the display
of Super Audio CD or Audio CD TEXT.
⁄4 7 (stop) button
¤3 TIME button
See page 10.
Press this button when switching the main display
area from text display to time display (see page
14).
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¤2
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b PROGRAM button
⁄6 0-9 (numeric) buttons
See page 14.
See page 10.
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n RANDOM button
⁄7 1, ¡ (search) buttons
See page 14.
See page 10.
m CLEAR button
⁄8 4, ¢ (track skip) buttons
See page 15.
See page 10.
, REPEAT button
⁄9 3 (play) button
See page 14.
See page 10.
Press this button when switching the digital output
of an audio CD signal on/off (see page 16).
. AMS (Automatic Music Scan)
button
¤0 FOLDER 5/∞ buttons
¤7 0 (OPEN/CLOSE) button
⁄1
¤0
⁄2
⁄9
⁄3
⁄8
⁄7
⁄6
⁄5
⁄4
Press this button when using a disc media.
v FILTER button
This button cannot be used on this unit.
⁄5 MENU (menu setting) button
Press this button when conducting Timer Play, SACD, USB setup or iPod setup.
See page 15.
These buttons are used for USB folder search and
iPod album selection.
⁄0 MUTE button
¤1 INPUT 5/∞ buttons
This button can activate the mute function of devices
compatible with Marantz pre-main amplifiers.
These buttons are used to switch the input when
using one of the supported Marantz amplifiers.
However, this function may not work with some of
the older models.
⁄1 VOLUME button
¤4 DISPLAY button
Press this button when switching the display ON
and OFF.
The display becomes dimmer each time the button
is pressed. When the button is pressed for the third
time, the display turns off and the DISPLAY OFF
indicator lights up. The last setting is retained even
if the power is turned off.
¤5 S.MODE (sound mode) button
See page 15.
¤6 DIG.OUT (digital out on/off) button
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This button can be used to adjust the volume of
devices compatible with Marantz amplifiers that
come with a remote controller.
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q Power cord connector socket
Use the supplied power cord to connect the unit to
a standard household power supply outlet.
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Connect the player so that the power cord
can be removed easily as a precaution against
possible accidents.
w DIGITAL AUDIO OUT OPTICAL
(optical digital output) connector
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This optical output connector performs digital
output of the music signal of the audio CD during
playback (see page 11).
e DIGITAL AUDIO OUT COAXIAL
(coaxial digital output) connector
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This coaxial digital output connector performs digital
output of the music CD of the audio CD during
playback (see page 11).
r REMOTE CONTROL IN / OUT
(remote control IN and OUT)
connectors
These connectors are used to connect the player to
a Marantz audio component equipped with remote
control connectors using the supplied remote
control connecting cable (see page 12).
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t EXTERNAL / INTERNAL
(external/internal) switch
The switch is set to INTERNAL at factory shipping,
enabling use of the player’s built-in remote sensor.
When connecting the remote control connector
of this player to a Marantz unit using the supplied
connecting cable, set this switch to EXTERNAL
(see page 12).
y ANALOG OUT (analog output)
connector
This connector outputs the music signal during
playback (see page 9).
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Connect the SA8003 to USB media/iPod.
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SUPER AUDIO CD PLAYE
Plug the power cable into AC IN jack on the
back panel.
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Use the audio connecting cord to connect the player with a stereo amplifier or AV amplifier.
When making the connections, insert the plugs securely into the connectors. Failure to insert the plugs
securely may result in noise.
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This CD player is connected to an amplifier, CD recorder and other components for use. To ensure that the
components are connected properly, refer to the instruction manuals that come with the components to be
connected.
Before connecting the components, be absolutely sure to turn off their power.
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OFF
Y
AUDIO OUT
BasIc
OperatION
DISC MEDIA/USB
OPTICAL
L
REMOTE CONTROL
INTERNAL
EXTERNAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
IN
OPTICAL
OUT
(Red)
(White)
2.
3.
Audio connecting cord (supplied)
Turn on the power switch of the audio unit
(amplifier, etc.) that is connected with this
unit. Set the selector on the connected unit
to this unit.
Supplied iPod cable
: Signal flow
(White)
(Red)
Plug the power cable into an AC outlet.
Caution:
PRE OUT
GND
L
R
POWER AMP
DIRECT IN
L
L
R
R
SPEAKERS
SYSTEM A
R
L
AC IN
AC OUTLET
CD
L
TUNER
AUX
/ DVD
RECORDER 1
IN
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
RECORDER 2
IN
OUT
IN
L
OUT
R
R
R
L
UNSWITCHED
100W 1A MAX
100V
50/60Hz
• Connect the USB media/iPod while in power off
or when the input source is something other than
USB. Connecting/disconnecting USB memory
when the input source is USB and the power is on
may damage the USB memory.
• When using an USB device, do not use an USB
extension cable.
trOuBlesHOOtING
PHONO
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
R
USB
applIcatION
OperatION
AC IN
ANALOG OUTPUT
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Amplifier
Caution:
Do not connect the player to the PHONO input connectors on the amplifier.
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Names aNd
FuNctIONs
BasIc OperatION
4.
NOrmal plaYBacK
super audIO cd plaYer plaYBacK
BasIc
cONNectION
0
2
7
8
1. 2. 3.
BasIc
OperatION
1.
4.
Keep pressing the POWER Switch for about
a second to turn on the system.
Press 2 button.
Disc type is automatically detected and
playback is started. Track number and track
elapsed time (minute, second) appear on
the display.
• For Super Audio CD/CD hybrid-layer
discs (see page 2), the layer that is set
in the start sound mode (see page 16)
is played. To change the layer, use the
S.MODE button (see page 15).
plaYING YOur FaVOrIte
tracKs OF a dIsc
0
2
7
8
¡ ¢
4 1
(Exp.:Track 6, Elapsed time 2 min 8 sec)
Number of current track
Minutes
Seconds
tO lIsteN tO a tracK prIOr tO tHe curreNt
tracK
If the 4 button is pressed on the unit or the
remote controller while playing a track, playback
starts again from the start of the current track.
Continue to press the 4 button for the same
number of times as the number of tracks you want
to return.
plaYING YOur FaVOrIte
parts OF a dIsc (searcH)
0
2
Display
7
8
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
Playback automatically stops at the end of the final
track.
applIcatION
OperatION
2.
The display cycles from TOC Reading →
No Disc (when no disc is loaded) → Super
Audio CD (when the start sound mode
setting is Super Audio CD).
Press the 0 button.
The disc tray comes out. Place the disc with
label side up on the tray.
To play a single (8cm) CD, place the disc
with the indentation at the center of the
tray.
0-9
¡ ¢
tO stOp plaYBacK
Press 7 button.
tO eJect dIsc
Press 0 button to open the disc tray and take the
disc off. Press the button again to close the tray.
Disc tray must be closed when the unit is not be
used.
specIFY tracK NumBer tO plaY
(dIrect searcH)
trOuBlesHOOtING
Specify track number with numerical buttons (0-9)
on the remote controller.
(example)
3rd track : Press 3.
12th track : Press 1 and then press 2 (within
approximately 1.5 seconds).
tO pause plaYBacK
Press 8 button.
PAUSE indicator will light and playback is paused
at the point that the button is pressed. To restart
playback, press 8 button again or press 2 button.
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3.
Press 0 button.
Caution:
Do not close the disc tray by pressing it in with your
hand, as this will damage it.
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4 1
IF a WrONG NumBer Is pressed
If a track number that is not in the disc is specified,
“No Track” will be shown on the main display.
Press correct number again.
sKIppING tO tHe preVIOus Or NeXt
tracK (tracK sKIp)
tO lIsteN tO a tracK pOsterIOr tO tHe
curreNt tracK
Press the ¢ button on the remote controller or
the unit the same number of times as the number
of tracks you want to advance.
The search is started by holding down the 4, ¢
buttons on the player or the 1, ¡ buttons on the
remote control unit during playback.
The search speed can be changed by pressing the
4, ¢ buttons on the player or the 1, ¡
buttons on the remote control unit.
The search speed changes in 4 steps: 1 → 2 → 3
→ 4 → 1.
4 is the fastest search speed.
When the specific part you wish to hear is near,
press the 2 button.
Note:
No sound is output during the search operation.
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Names aNd
FuNctIONs
adVaNced cONNectIONs
cONNectING tO a dIGItal audIO cOmpONeNt
The player has one digital optical output connector and one digital coaxial output connector.
You can enjoy digital recording when the player is connected to a CD recorder or other digital recording component.
BasIc
cONNectION
Caution:
Signals come of the Digital Audio Output (Optical and Coaxial) terminals only at the time of audio CD playback. There are no signals when other media are being played back.
cONNectING tHe cOaXIal Output cONNectOr
AC IN
ANALOG OUTPUT
REMOTE CONTROL
L
REMOTE CONTROL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
IN
OPTICAL
Coaxial digital connecting cable (available on market)
: Signal flow
: Signal flow
DIGITAL IN/OUT
OPTICAL
ANALOG IN/OUT
L
DIGITAL IN/OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
R
R
MD COMMON
OUTPUT
CD
MD
MD/CD
INPUT OUTPUT
CD recorder, MD deck, AV amplifier, etc.
INPUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
IN
L
MD
OPTICAL
applIcatION
OperatION
Optical digital connecting cable (available on market)
INPUT
COAXIAL
OUT
OUT
ANALOG IN/OUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
IN
INTERNAL
EXTERNAL
trOuBlesHOOtING
INTERNAL
EXTERNAL
AC IN
ANALOG OUTPUT
R
L
OUT
OUTPUT
INPUT
OUTPUT
INPUT
OUTPUT
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
CD recorder, MD deck, AV amplifier, etc.
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R
Use a coaxial digital connecting cable available on the market.
BasIc
OperatION
Use an optical digital connecting cable available on the market. Insert the plug firmly in until it clicks into
place. Do not bend or bundle the optical digital connecting cable.
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
cONNectING tHe OptIcal Output cONNectOr
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Names aNd
FuNctIONs
adVaNced cONNectIONs
remOte cONtrOl cONNectION
tImer plaY
BasIc
cONNectION
Connecting this player to additional Marantz audio equipment using the supplied remote control cable
enables remote control of the connected equipment as a single audio system.
• When connecting equipment incorporating a remote sensor, connect the “remote control out” connector
of the equipment to the “remote control in” jack of the CD player.
When doing this, set this player’s switch to “EXTERNAL.” This will stop its remote control IR receiver
from operating and the player can now be controlled via the remote control IR receiver of the attached
equipment.
This unit can perform timer play by cooperating with your audio timer.
Connect this unit’s power cord to the audio timer’s power socket and the timer’s power cord to power
outlet.
• For connection to audio timer and it’s operation, please refer to the instruction manual of your audio
timer.
AC IN
AC IN
ANALOG OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
BasIc
OperatION
R
L
COA XIAL
REMOTE CONTROL
INTERNAL
EXTERNAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
IN
OPTICAL
OUT
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
Set to “EXTERNAL.”
Remote connector cable (supplied)
applIcatION
OperatION
: Signal flow
PHONO
PRE OUT
GND
L
R
POWER AMP
DIRECT IN
L
L
R
R
SPEAKERS
SYSTEM A
R
L
AC IN
trOuBlesHOOtING
AC OUTLET
CD
L
TUNER
AUX
/ DVD
RECORDER 1
IN
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
RECORDER 2
IN
OUT
IN
L
OUT
R
R
R
L
UNSWITCHED
100W 1A MAX
100V
50/60Hz
Amplifier
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OPTICAL
Audio Timer
adVaNced cONNectIONs
On
CD/SA-CD
File Sel
USB
7.
1.
3.
4.
5.
If CD/SA-CD is selected, insert the disc to be
played.
Set the audio timer.
Caution:
Insert a USB medium in advance when selecting
USB for Timer Play.
a second to turn on the system.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit.
trOuBlesHOOtING
2.
9.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
Display “TIMER PLAY=>” in the display
2.
area and then press ENTER button on the
7.
remote control unit.
Display “2 ON” with the 4, ¢ buttons,
and then press ENTER button on the remote
control unit.
To play a CD/SA-CD disc with timer play,
display “1 CD/SACD” with the 4, ¢
buttons and then press ENTER button on
the remote control unit.
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1.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
6.
6.
4.
4.
5.
5.
6.
6.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.
2.
7.
4.
7.
5.
6. for about
Keep pressing the POWER Switch
8.
If USB is selected, the track to be played
during timer play can be selected. For the
selection method, refer to USB selection
method.
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
Off
applIcatION
OperatION
Timer Play
1.
1.
For USB playback with timer play, display
“2 USB” with the 4, ¢ buttons, and
then press ENTER button on the remote
control unit.
BasIc
cONNectION
Time Play is set in the following hierarchical logic.
BasIc
OperatION
6.
tImer plaY settING
Names aNd
FuNctIONs
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Names aNd
FuNctIONs
applIcatION OperatION (cd OperatION)
tO cHaNGe tIme dIsplaY
repeated dIsc plaY
(repeatplaY)
plaYING tracKs IN a raNdOm
seQueNce (raNdOm plaY)
1.
plaYING tracKs IN a specIFIc
seQueNce (prOGram plaY)
BasIc
cONNectION
1.
RANDOM
TIME
REPEAT
BasIc
OperatION
Press the TIME button on the remote control.
Each time TIME button is pressed, display will
change in the following order.
Track elapsed
time
Track remaining
time
4.
Each time the REPEAT button on the remote control
is pressed, the repeat mode cycles in the following
order.
OFF
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
Total remaining
time
• Track remaining time
(The remaining playing time from the playing
point to the end of the current track)
“REMAIN” is displayed
1
ALL
ONe tracK repeat
Press REPEAT button on the remote two times.
“1”, “RPT” indicators will light and the track will be
played repeatedly.
remOte
applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
tO eXIt FrOm ONe tracK repeat
trOuBlesHOOtING
• Total remaining time
(The remaining playing time from the playing
point to the end of the last track)
“REMAIN TTL” is displayed
Press the REPEAT button on the remote control
twice. “1” “RPT” indicator will disappear, repeat
mode will be off and it returns to normal play
mode.
all tracK repeat
When “Repeat” mode is off, press the REPEAT
button on the remote control twice. The “RPT”
indicator will light up and all track repeat play
begins.
Track information does not appear when “Total
remaining time” is displayed.
When the RANDOM button on the remote
control is pressed in stop mode, and then the 2
button is pressed, the unit shuffles the track order
automatically and plays all tracks randomly in the
shuffled order.
The display’s “RNDM” (random) indicator will
light-up.
Note:
Repeat Play and AMS Play cannot be conducted
when the unit is in Random Mode.
• If the ¢ button on the main unit, or the ¢
button on the remote control are pressed during
Random Play, the player jumps to the next track
of the shuffled order.
• To search through the current track during random
play, press and continue holding the 4/1,
¡/¢ buttons on the main unit or press the
1, ¡ buttons on the remote control.
tO eXIt FrOm raNdOm plaY aNd returN tO
NOrmal plaY
Press the 7 button, and then press the RANDOM
button while playback is stopped.
The RNDM (random) indicator goes off, and random
play is released.
2.
4.
You can arrange and play tracks2.in a specific
sequence. Up to 24 tracks to be played can be
programmed.
1.
Press PROGRAM button on the remote in
stop mode. “PROG” indicator will blink and
it goes to program mode.
Lights up
2.
Choose a track to be programmed with
numeric buttons on the remote.
(Example: The 15th track is chosen and it’s
length is 4min30sec)
Lights up
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tO returN tO NOrmal plaY
Press the REPEAT button on the remote control
once. “RPT” indicator will disappear, repeat mode
will be off and it returns to normal play mode.
Note:
Random Play and AMS Play cannot be conducted
when the unit is in Repeat Mode.
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1st track programmed
4.
Total playing time of
programmed tracks
Press 2 button to starts playback in
programmed order.
Note:
Repeat Play, Random Play, and AMS Play cannot
be conducted while the unit is in PROGRAM mode
(i.e. when the PROG indicator is lit).
tO delete a prOGrammed tracK
1.
2.
searcHING YOur FaVOrIte
tracKs (ams (autOmatIc
musIc scaN) plaY)
Press CLEAR button in stop mode when
program has been made (When “PROG”
indicator is lighting up).
Every time press CLEAR button, the
programmed tracks are deleted in order
from the last track programmed.
tO clear WHOle prOGram
Press 7 STOP button two times while in program
play. In the stop mode, press 7 STOP button once.
Program can also be cleared by pressing 0 OPEN/
CLOSE button to open the disc tray.
tO add tracKs tO prOGram
Tracks can be added to the end of program when
program is remaining (“PROG” indicator is lighting
up) and in stop mode.
S.MODE
1.
Press S.MODE button in stop mode (not
playing).
The currently selected layer or area is
shown on the display. (CD or Super Audio
CD)
AMS
If S.MODE button is pressed again, a
playable layer or area will be shown, and
the layer or area will be switched to new
one.
• When layer or area is switched, TOC will
be read again.
This feature is convenient for searching where your
favorite track is.
If the AMS button is pressed while a track is
stopped, the PLAY indicator “2” flashes, and the
first ten seconds of each track on the disk will be
played starting from the first track.
Also, if the AMS button is pressed during playback,
the PLAY indicator “2” flashes, and the program
jumps to the next track after approximately
10 seconds elapses on the display time.
please Be careFul aBOut tHe FOllOWING
matters
• When programming 1st through 9th tracks in a
disc that has over 10 tracks by using numeric
buttons. For instance, programming the 3rd track
after programming the 1st track, press 3 button
more than approximately 1.5 seconds after 1
button is pressed. When a program is finalized,
the time is updated.
Please set Start Sound Mode to “SA-CD” (see
page 16).
• The sound mode cannot be changed for
Audio CDs and discs with only a Super
Audio CD area.
• The sound mode on hybrid layer discs
will be changed in the following order.
Super Audio CD stereo area
CD layer
Once you find a song that you want to listen to,
press the AMS button again or press the 2 button.
The PLAY indicator lights up and normal playback
resumes from the current track.
Note:
AMS Play cannot be conducted while the unit is in
PROGRAM mode.
2.
Press the S.MODE button during playback.
The currently selected layer or area is
shown on the display. (CD or Super Audio
CD)
If S.MODE button is pressed again, the
playback is stopped, and the layer or area
will be switched to new one.
When you want to listen at that area,
press 2 button again. The playback will be
started.
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BasIc
OperatION
Total programmed
number
CLEAR
sWItcHING sOuNd mOde
(super audIO cd)
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
(Example: The 7th track is chosen and total
length of 7th and 15th is 7min50sec)
• Likewise, when programming a track at 10th or
after. For example, to program 13th track, press 3
button within approximately 1.5 seconds after 1
button is pressed.
• When programming a track in a disc that has less
than 9 tracks. For instance, to program the 5th
track after 4th track has been programmed, press
5 button more than approximately 0.5 second
after 4 button is pressed.
remOte
applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
tO cHecK tHe prOGrammed
tracKs
trOuBlesHOOtING
With the sequence described in step 2
above, program another track. Repeat that
sequence to program all the tracks you
want. You can program up to 30 tracks.
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3.
BasIc
cONNectION
applIcatION OperatION (cd OperatION)
Names aNd
FuNctIONs
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Names aNd
FuNctIONs
applIcatION OperatION (cd OperatION)
sWItcHING “start sOuNd mOde”
The Start Sound Mode can be switched over in the
following hierarchical scheme.
SA-CD Mode
SA-CD*
BasIc
cONNectION
CD
* Default setting
BasIc
OperatION
2.
3.
4.
2.
3.
2.
4.
3.
4.
2.
3.
4.
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
1.
5.
1.
2.
remOte
applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
3.
4.
trOuBlesHOOtING
5.
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1. the remote
Press the MENU button on
5.
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “SA-CD
Mode=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To load the SA-CD layer, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “1 SA-CD” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
To load the CD layer, use the 4, ¢
button to display “2 CD” and press ENTER
button on the remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
WHeN start sOuNd mOde Is sWItcHed tO
cd
• At this time, if a Super Audio CD hybrid layer disk
is inserted, the CD layer is read.
• Sound Mode cannot be switched even if the
S.MODE button on the remote control is
pressed.
• If a disk with only a Super Audio CD area is
inserted, the Super Audio CD layer is read.
WHeN start sOuNd mOde Is sWItcHed tO
sa-cd (deFault mOde)
settING tHe dIGItal Output
The settings can be made using the remote
control.
The settings are retained even if the power is turned
off so that you can always hear tracks played the
way you want.
Use the same procedures to change the settings
again.
The settings can be changed when the track is
stopped.
durING tHe plaYBacK OF tHe cd laYer
OF aN audIO cd Or super audIO cd
• At this time, if a Super Audio CD hybrid layer disk
is inserted, the Super Audio CD layer is read.
• Switch to the CD layer by pressing the S.MODE
button on the remote control.
• Switch back to the Super Audio CD layer by
pressing the S.MODE button on the remote
control once again.
DIG.OUT
“dIGItal Output OFF” OperatION
The digital output function is turned ON and OFF
by pressing the DIG.OUT button while the track
is stopped. When digital output is turned off, the
“D OFF” indicator lights up on the display.
• When digital output is not used, turn off the digital
output to enjoy better sound quality.
Note:
Digital signals are only output when playing Audio
CDs.
They are not output when playing other media.
The “digital output off” has a memory retention
function where the settings remain stored and
unchanged even when the disk is changed or the
power is turned off.
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1.
When the unit finishes getting the USB
medium file information, the display
changes to the following.
2.
1. 3.
2.
4.
1.
2.
Folder No.
File No.
File Name
Note:
4.
1.
2.
Connect the USB medium to the USB port
on the front panel.
Keep pressing the POWER Switch for about
a second to turn on the system.
When no USB medium is connected, the display
cycles from “USB Reading” → “USB”.
5.
You can randomly play songs.
BasIc
cONNectION
7
Press the 8 button.
Pause indicator will light and playback is paused at
the point that the button is pressed.
To resume playback, press the 8 button again or
press the 2 button.
plaYING tracKs IN a raNdOm
seQueNce (raNdOm plaY)
RANDOM
Tip
• When playing USB media/iPod files, the unit
can play up to 65,535 files, 700 folders, and a
maximum of 8 levels.
• The iPod’s equalizer cannot be operated from
the Marantz player. We recommend that you turn
“off” the iPod’s equalizer before connecting the
iPod to the main unit.
• Some operations may differ depending on the
iPod model.
usING “repeat plaY” mOde
You can repeatedly play a single song or all songs.
Press the 2 button.
Selected file information within the menu
and time information are displayed.
REPEAT
Press the RANDOM button on the remote control
while the player is stopped to turn random mode
ON or OFF.
Press the 2 button when random mode is turned
ON to start Random Play (see page 14).
searcHING YOur FaVOrIte tracKs
(ams (autOmated musIc scaN) plaY)
You can play the first 10 seconds of each track
starting from the first track.
Press the AMS button on the remote control to
automatically begin AMS play (see page 15).
4.
AMS
Press the DISC MEDIA/USB button on
the front panel, or the USB button on the
remote control.
Time Information
When there are more than 1000 songs, the
display changes to appear as follows.
Each time the REPEAT button on the remote
control is pressed, Repeat Play mode cycles in the
following order.
OFF
1
ALL
File Volume
Time Information
Press the 2 button to begin playback in the selected
repeat mode (see page 14).
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3.
The display cycles from “TOC Reading”
→ “No Disk” (when no disk is loaded) →
“SuperAudioCD” (when the Start Sound
Mode setting is Super Audio CD).
File No.
trOuBlesHOOtING
Folder No.
BasIc
OperatION
2
tO pause plaYBacK
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
0
While the unit searches for USB media, the
display will read as follows.
remOte
applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
4.
NOrmal plaYBacK
Names aNd
FuNctIONs
applIcatION OperatION (usB/ipod OperatION)
tO stOp plaYBacK
Press the 7 button.
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Names aNd
FuNctIONs
applIcatION OperatION (usB/ipod OperatION)
cHOOsING FIles FrOm a dIFFereNt
FOlder
plaYING YOur FaVOrIte
tracKs
0
BasIc
cONNectION
2.
2
7
8
1.
3.
BasIc
OperatION
1.
2.
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
3.
¡ ¢
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
the selection and play.
tO lIsteN tO a tracK pOsterIOr tHe
curreNt tracK
0
2
7
8
Press the ¢ button on the main unit or the remote
control the same number of times as the number of
tracks you want to advance.
¡ ¢
4 1
tO lIsteN tO a tracK prIOr tO tHe curreNt
tracK
0-9
specIFY racK NumBer tO plaY
(dIrect searcH)
remOte
applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
Specify track number with numerical buttons (0-9)
on the remote.
(example)
3rd track : Press “3”.
12th track : Press “1” and then press “2” (within
approximately 1.5 seconds).
trOuBlesHOOtING
IF a WrONG NumBer Is pressed
If a track number that is not in the folder is specified,
the screen will return to its previous display.
Press correct number again.
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plaYING YOur FaVOrIte
parts OF a tracK (searcH)
4 1
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button to display
the current folder’s name and number.
Search for the folder that contains your
desired track.
When the name of the folder that contains
your desired track is displayed, press the
ENTER button on the remote control. The
title of the first track in the folder will be
displayed.
sKIppING tO tHe preVIOus Or NeXt
tracK (tracK sKIp)
Press the 4 button on the main unit or remote
control once and the current track will start playing
again from the beginning.
Continue to press the 4 button on the main unit
or the remote control the same number of times as
the number of tracks you want to return.
While playing a track, press and continue holding
the 4, ¢ buttons on the main unit or press the
1, ¡ buttons on the remote control to begin
track search.
You can change the search speed by pressing the
4, ¢ buttons on the main unit or the remote
control 4, ¢ buttons again.
For USB media, the player has 4 levels of search
speed with 4 being the fastest. It changes from 1
→ 2 → 3 → 4 → 1.
For iPods, there is only 1 level of search speed.
Release the 2 button when the point you want to
listen to gets close.
Note:
Sounds do not come out during search operations.
applIcatION OperatION (usB/ipod OperatION)
4 Album
5 Time
Range Spec
Play
2 Folder
AMS
1 All*
2 Folder
Random
1 All*
1.
1.
5.
5.
2 Folder
Repeat
1 All*
2 Folder
Direct Sel
1 All*
2 Folder
Resume
1 Off*
2 On
iPod Setup
1.
2.
3.
4.
Database
File Info
Resume
* Default setting
1 Off*
2 On
5.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
1.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “USB
Setup=>” or “iPod Setup” and press ENTER
button on the remote control.
2.
Use the 4 , ¢ buttons to display
“Resume=>” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
3.
To enable Resume Play, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “2 On” and press ENTER
button on the remote control.
4.
To disable Resume Play, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “1 Off” and press ENTER
button on the remote control.
5.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
Note:
• Resume Play only works when an identical USB
medium is inserted. If another USB medium is
inserted, the unit will start playing from the first
file.
• The unit may not play your desired track if files
have been added to or deleted from the identical
USB medium.
• In the case of the iPod, tracks will resume play
starting from the beginning of the track.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
1 All*
6.
1.
1.
6.
6.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “USB
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “Range
Spec=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “Direct
Sel=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To select tracks using track numbers within
a folder, use the 4, ¢ buttons to display
“2 Folder” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To select tracks from all tracks on the
USB medium, use the 4, ¢ buttons to
display “1 All” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
BasIc
cONNectION
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
2 Title
3 Artist
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
BasIc
OperatION
1 File Name*
You can specify whether to “repeat play” tracks
within a folder or to “repeat play” all tracks on the
USB medium.
1.
1.
6.
6.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “USB
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “Range
Spec=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4 , ¢ buttons to display
“Repeat=>” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
To “repeat play” tracks within a folder, use
the 4, ¢ buttons to display “2 Folder”
and press ENTER button on the remote
control.
To “repeat play” all tracks on the USB
medium, use the 4, ¢ buttons to
display “1 All” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
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cONNectIONs
File Info
You can specify whether tracks you want to hear
are selected using track numbers within a folder
or selected directly from all tracks on the USB
medium.
repeat plaY
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applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
USB Setup
plaYING YOur FaVOrIte tracKs
trOuBlesHOOtING
Sounds do not come out during search operations.
plaYING tracKs FrOm WHere tHeY
Were preVIOuslY stOpped (resume
plaY)
OtHers
usB medIum OperatION
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FuNctIONs
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ENGLISH
Names aNd
FuNctIONs
applIcatION OperatION (usB/ipod OperatION)
plaYING tracKs IN a raNdOm
seQueNce (raNdOm plaY)
BasIc
cONNectION
You can specify whether to “random play” tracks
within a folder or to “random play” all tracks on the
USB medium.
searcHING YOur FaVOrIte tracKs
(ams (autOmated musIc scaN) plaY)
You can specify whether to “AMS play” tracks
within a folder or to “AMS play” all tracks on the
USB medium.
BasIc
OperatION
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
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cONNectIONs
1.
2.
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OperatION
3.
4.
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5.
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6.
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1.
1.
6.
6.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “USB
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “Range
Spec=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4 , ¢ buttons to display
“Random=>” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
To “random play” tracks within a folder,
use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “2
Folder” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To “random play” all tracks on the USB
medium, use the 4, ¢ buttons to
display “1 All” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
FIle INFOrmatION dIsplaY selectION
You can view MP3 tags and other file information
when playing a USB medium.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
1.
6.
6.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
1.
1.
5.
5.
1.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
2.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “USB
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
3.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “Range
Spec=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
4.
Use the 4 , ¢ buttons to display
“AMS=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To “AMS play” tracks within a folder, use
the 4, ¢ buttons to display “2 Folder”
and press ENTER button on the remote
control.
To “AMS play” all tracks on the USB
medium, use the 4, ¢ buttons to
display “1 ALL” and press ENTER button
on the remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “USB
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “File
Info=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To view file names, use the 4 , ¢
buttons to display “1 File Name” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
To view track titles, use the 4, ¢ buttons
to display “2 Title” and press ENTER button
on the remote control.
To view artist names, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “3 Artist” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
To view album names, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “4 Album” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
To always view time information without
viewing file information, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “5 Time” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
5.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
• Press the TEXT button on the remote
control during normal playback to view
selected file information.
• Press the TEXT button again to view the
track title. If “track title” was the selected
file information option, then the artist
name will be displayed.
• Each time the TEXT button on the remote
control is pressed, the display changes in
the following order: Track Title → Artist
Name → Album Name →Track Title.
To select artists by genre, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “3 Genre” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
2 Artist
3 Genre
4 Track
File Info
1 Title*
2 Artist
3 Album
4 Time
Resume
* Default setting
1 Off*
2 On
5.
To play tracks without using the database,
use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “4
Track” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
Note:
CLEAR
ENTER
FOLDER
ENTER
FOLDER
FOLDER
FOLDER
When the iPod database is set to “Artist”
1.
Please refer to your iPod instructions for information
on how to use with each database.
ipod dataBase selectION
2.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
1.
1.
5.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “iPod
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4 , ¢ buttons to display
“Database=>” and press ENTER button on
the remote control.
To select albums by album name, use the
4, ¢ buttons to display “1 Album”
and press ENTER button on the remote
control.
7.
3.
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button and either
“ALL” or the current artist will be displayed.
Press the CLEAR button on the remote
control and the currently selected artist will
be cancelled.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
the selection and play.
Tip:
You can also use the remote control’s numeric keys
0-9 to select albums and tracks. Please refer to your
iPod instructions for information on how to use
with each database.
selectING tracKs FrOm a dIFFereNt
GeNre
CLEAR
CLEAR
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button and search
for your desired artist.
When your desired artist is displayed, press
ENTER button on the remote control and
either “All Album”, album name, or track
title will be displayed.
ENTER
FOLDER
ENTER
FOLDER
FOLDER
FOLDER
(Selecting from All Album)
4.
5.
When selecting from “All Album”, press
ENTER button on the remote control and
the title of the first track by the artist will be
displayed.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
the selection and play.
(Selecting from Album)
4.
5.
When selecting from “Album”, press the
FOLDER 5/∞ button on the remote control
and the names of albums by the artist will
be displayed.
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button and search
for your desired album.
When the iPod database is set to “Genre”
1.
2.
3.
4.
BasIc
cONNectION
1 Album*
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
Database
CLEAR
When your desired album is displayed,
press ENTER button on the remote control
and the title of the first track from the album
will be displayed.
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button and either
“ALL” or the name of the album currently
playing will be displayed.
Press the CLEAR button on the remote
control to cancel the currently selected
artist or genre. If artist is canceled, “ALL”
will be displayed.
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button and search
for your desired genre.
When your desired genre is displayed,
press ENTER button on the remote control
and either “All Artist” or artist name will be
displayed.
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OperatION
iPod Setup
6.
trOuBlesHOOtING
The iPod works in the following hierarchical logic.
selectING tracKs BY aNOtHer artIst
OtHers
To select albums by artist name, or if you
would like to play all tracks for a selected
artist, use the 4, ¢ buttons to display
“2 Artist” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
ipod OperatION
BasIc
OperatION
applIcatION OperatION (usB/ipod OperatION)
Names aNd
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ENGLISH
Names aNd
FuNctIONs
applIcatION OperatION (usB/ipod OperatION)
(Selecting from All Artist)
5.
BasIc
cONNectION
6.
When selecting from “All Artist”, press
ENTER button on the remote control and
the title of the first track within the genre
will be displayed.
selectING tracKs FrOm a dIFFereNt
alBum
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
the selection and play.
BasIc
OperatION
6.
When selecting from “Artist”, press the
FOLDER 5/∞ button on the remote control
and search for your desired artist.
1.
3.
2.
remOte
applIcatION
cONtrOller
OperatION
OperatION
6.
trOuBlesHOOtING
7.
8.
OtHers
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When the iPod database is set to “Album”
Push ENTER button again and the title of the
first track by the artist will be displayed.
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
5.
3.
1.
(Selecting from the Album)
8.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
selection and play.
When selecting from “Album”, press the
FOLDER 5/∞ button on the remote control
and the names of albums by the artist will
be displayed.
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button and search
for your desired album.
When your desired album is displayed,
press ENTER button on the remote control
and the title of the first track from the album
will be displayed.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
selection and play.
2.
3.
2.
4.
3.
4.
2.
3.
2.
4.
3.
4.
2.
When your desired artist is displayed, press
ENTER button on the remote control and
either “All Album”, album name, or track
title will be displayed.
7.
TEXT
TEXT
(Selecting from Artist)
5.
FIle INFOrmatION dIsplaY selectION
3.
Press the FOLDER 5/∞ button on the
remote control to display the name of the
current album. Press the FOLDER 5/∞
button and search for your desired album.
When your desired album is displayed,
press ENTER button on the remote control
and the title of the first track from the album
will be displayed.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to select your
desired track. Press PLAY button to register
selection and play.
Tip:
You can also use the remote control’s numeric keys
0-9 to select albums and tracks.
1.
5.
1.
5. playing iPod
You can view file information when
files.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “iPod
Setup=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
Use the 4, ¢ buttons to display “File
Info=>” and press ENTER button on the
remote control.
To view track titles, use the 4, ¢ buttons
to display “1 Title” and press ENTER button
on the remote control.
To view artist names, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “2 Artist” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
To view album names, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “3 Album” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
To always view time information without
viewing file information, use the 4, ¢
buttons to display “4 Time” and press
ENTER button on the remote control.
5.
Press the MENU button on the remote
control unit to complete the setting.
• Press the TEXT button on the remote
control during normal playback to view
selected file information.
• Press the TEXT button again to view the
track title. If “track title” was the selected
file information option, then the artist
name will be displayed.
• Each time the TEXT button on the
remote control is pressed, the displayed
information changes in the following
order: Track Title→Artist Name→Album
Name→Track Title.
The disc is rotating but no
sound is heard.
Turn the power to this unit ON.
(→ Page 10)
The disc is not placed in the correct
position on the disc tray.
Place the disc in the disc tray correctly.
(→ Page 10)
The disc is placed in upside down. (The
disc is placed in with the label facing
down).
Place the disc in the disc tray correctly.
(→ Page 10)
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc’s surface. (→ Page 28)
The disc is scratched.
The disc may be unable to be played if
it has a lot of scratches.
The disc is warped.
The disc may be unable to be played if
it is badly warped.
The amplifier and speakers are not
connected correctly.
Connect the cables correctly.
(See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier power is not ON.
Turn ON the power to the amplifier.
(See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier’s function or selector
switch is not set to “CD” or “AUX” or
such (to whatever you have connected
this unit to).
Switch the amplifier’s function or
selector switch to “CD” or “AUX” or
such (to whatever you have connected
this unit to).
(See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier’s volume control is set at
the minimum level.
Adjust the amplifier volume.
(See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
Remote control operation is
not possible.
There is an obstacle between this unit
and the remote control.
Remove the obstacle. (→ Page 4)
The remote control’s batteries are dead.
Replace all batteries with new ones.
(→ Page 4)
A strong light is hitting the unit’s sensor
window.
Do not let strong light hit the sensor
window. (→ page 4)
The switch on the back of the REMOTE
CONTROL is on EXTERNAL.
When using this unit independently,
set the switch to INTERNAL. (→ Page
12)
The disc is placed in upside down.
Place the disc in the tray correctly.
(→ Page 10)
CD-R/CD-RW disc cannot be
The information recorded is not in an
played.
audio (CD-DA) format. Or the MP3/
WMA file was not properly recorded.
Record correct information that is
compatible with to this unit. (→ Page
28)
BasIc
cONNectION
Power to this unit is not ON.
The distance between this unit and the
remote control is too great.
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
The disc stops rotating in
mid-operation.
Corrective action
Insert the power cord plug into the
socket. (→ Page 9)
Corrective action
Move closer to this unit, and operate
the remote control within the
operating range. (→ Page 4)
applIcatION
OperatION
The disc fails to rotate.
Cause
The power cord is pulled out of the
socket.
Cause
trOuBlesHOOtING
Problem
Problem
OtHers
If you think that something is wrong with your player, first check the points listed below. Incorrect operations
can sometimes be taken for trouble and malfunctions. If the trouble persists even after the following points
have been checked, consult your dealer or nearest Marantz sales office or service center.
BasIc
OperatION
trOuBlesHOOtING
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FuNctIONs
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FuNctIONs
trOuBlesHOOtING
usB/ipod
Problem
Cause
Corrective action
BasIc
cONNectION
BasIc
OperatION
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
“OverCurrent” appears on
the display.
The USB media is not supported.
The voltage able to be supplied from this Please use a USB device with an
unit via the USB has been exceeded.
operating current that is less than
500 mA.
“FAT Error” or “Cluster Err”
appear on the display.
An unsupported file system is being
used. USB memory below 128 MB
cannot be supported.
Please use a USB device formatted
with a compatible file system (FAT32
or FAT) and that has at least 256 MB
of memory.
“No File” appears on the
display.
No file able to be played on this unit
exists.
Check supported formats. (→ Page
25, 26)
“DRM Stream” appears on
the display.
This is a file subject to digital rights
management.
Cannot play on this unit because of
unsupported DRM. (→ Page 25)
The amplifier and speakers are not
connected properly.
Connect the cables correctly.
(→See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier power is not ON.
Turn the amplifier power ON.
(→See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The sound of the USB being
The amplifier’s function or selector
connected is not heard.
switch is not set to “CD” or “AUX” or
such (to whatever you have connected
this unit to).
applIcatION
OperatION
trOuBlesHOOtING
The sound of the iPod being
connected is not heard.
OtHers
Reading of USB device
takes time.
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Switch the amplifier’s function or
selector switch to “CD” or “AUX” or
such (to whatever you have connected
this unit to).
(→See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier’s volume control is set at
the minimum level.
Adjust the amplifier volume.
(→See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
3rd generation or earlier iPods are
unsupported.
Refer to “ABOUT iPod PLAYBACK”.
(→ Page 26)
The amplifier and speakers are not
connected correctly.
Connect the cables correctly.
(→See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier power is not ON.
Turn ON the power to the amplifier.
(→ See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier’s function or selector
switch is not set to “CD” or “AUX” or
such (to whatever you have connected
this unit to).
Switch the amplifier’s function or
selector switch to “CD” or “AUX” or
such (to whatever you have connected
this unit to).
(See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
The amplifier’s volume control is set at
the minimum level.
Adjust the amplifier volume.
(See the instruction manual for the
amplifier.)
When connecting a high-capacity
USB device, it will take time to read
depending on its capacity. Several
minutes may be required for reading
when using a high-capacity device.
Wait until reading is completed.
Sampling
frequency
[kHz]
Channels
Textual
information
32/44.1/48
2ch (Stereo)
Title: 128 Byte
Composer (Name of artist): 128 Byte
Name of album: 128 Byte
Content protected by WMDRM may be played back
only when connected to a media server that has
WMDRM functionality.
This system does no comply with any contents
protected by WMDRM.
• Use discs recorded conforming to the ISO
9660 Level 1/Level 2 CD-ROM file system and
extended format (Joliet, Romeo).
• MPEG1 Audio Layer-3 files recorded at sampling
frequencies of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 48 kHz are
supported. For files recorded with a frequency
other than this, “No File” will be displayed, and
these files cannot be played.
• Variable Bit Rate (VBR) is not supported (when
playback is possible, the time display in the
display window will speed up and slow down).
• Multi-session recording is not supported.
• For audio quality, a recording rate of 128 kbps or
higher is recommended.
BasIc
cONNectION
Bit rate
[kbps]
Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM)
(referred to below as WMDRM) is a platform
to prevent playback on computers, digital audio
players, network devices and the like in order to
securely distribute digital content.
mp3 FIles
Standard
Extension
Bit rate
[kbps]
Sampling
frequency
[kHz]
Channels
Emphasis
Textual
information
MPEG-1 Audio Layer3
.mp3
For MPEG-1 Audio Layer3,
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/160/
192/224/256/320
For MPEG-1 Audio Layer3,
32/44.1/48
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
Extension
Conforming to Microsoft Windows
Media Audio 9.2
The following are unsupported
• WMA9 Series Professional
• WMA9 Series Voice
• WMA9 Series Lossless
• WMA with Video
.wma
CBR: 48~320
VBR: Peak 384 (display corresponds
to average bit rate value)
aBOut mp3 plaY BacK
applIcatION
OperatION
Standard
aBOut WINdOWs medIa drm
2 ch (Stereo)
OFF
[ID3v2 (v2.2/v2.3/v2.4)]
Title: 128 Byte
Name of artist: 128 Byte
Name of album: 128 Byte
Comment: 128 Byte
[ID3v1 (v1.0/v1.1)]
Title: 30 Byte
Name of artist: 30 Byte
Name of album: 30 Byte
Comment: 30 Byte
trOuBlesHOOtING
• Windows Media is a trademark of the Microsoft
Corporation in the US and other countries.
• WMA is an abbreviation for “Windows Media
Audio” and is an audio compression technology
developed by the Microsoft Corporation. WMA
data may be encoded using Windows Media ®
Player Ver. 7, 7.1, Windows Media® Player for
Windows ® XP, or Windows Media ® Player 9
Series.
• Use discs recorded conforming to the ISO
9660 Level 1/Level 2 CD-ROM file system and
extended format (Joliet, Romeo).
• Multi-session recording is not supported.
• WMA files having DRM copy protection cannot
be played.
• Encode WMA files using applications that have
received Microsoft Corporation certification. If an
uncertified application is used, it may not operate
normally.
Wma FIles
OtHers
aBOut Wma plaYBacK
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aBOut aac plaYBacK
BasIc
cONNectION
BasIc
OperatION
• AAC is an abbreviation for “Advanced Audio
Coding”. It is the basic format related to the audio
compression technology used in MPEG-2 and
MPEG-4.
• Playing of AAC files that have the extension
“.m4a” encoded using iTunes ® is supported
with this device. However, files may be unable
to be played due to having DRM copy protection
(copyright protection) or because of the version of
iTunes they have been encoded with.
• iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc. that is
registered in the US and other countries.
• This applies to files created with iTunes.
Standard
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Extension
Bit rate
[kbps]
Sampling
frequency
[kHz]
Channels
applIcatION
OperatION
Textual
information
MPEG-4/AAC LC (Low Complexity)
MPEG-2/AAC LC (Low Complexity)
.m4a
8~320
32/44.1/48
2 ch (Stereo)
[MPEG-4 header (iTunes content
information)]
Name (Title): 128 Byte
Name of artist: 128 Byte
Name of album: 128 Byte
Comment: 128 Byte
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• If a 5th generation or later iPod, iPod nano, iPod
classic or iPod touch is connected, it can be
played with even higher sound quality because
the audio from the iPod is transmitted digitally
(LPCM).
• Some operations may differ depending on the
iPod model.
• If the iPod’s software is old, it may not operate
properly. Please be sure to use up-to-date iPod
software.
• The TEXT display is alphanumeric only. If nonalphanumeric characters have been recorded in
the iPod, the characters will be displayed as “*”.
• The iPod is a device licensed for the private
duplication and playback of uncopyrighted material
or material for which duplication and playback are
legally permitted. Violation of copyright is legally
prohibited.
• The iPod equalizer cannot be operated from the
SA8003. Before connecting an iPod to this unit, it
is recommended that the iPod equalizer be set to
“OFF”.
• Please note that we offer no compensation if
problems occur in the iPod data when using this
unit with an iPod.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc. registered in the
US and other countries.
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Standard
Format
Extension
Sampling
frequency
[kHz]
Number of
bits [bit]
Channels
Textual
information
RIFF Waveform Audio Format
Linear PCM
.wav
Linear PCM: PCM 32/44.1/48
Those other than the above, not
supported.
Linear PCM: 16
2 ch (Stereo)
None
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AlGaAs
780nm
Signal format
Sampling frequency
1-bit DSD
2.8224MHz
16-bit linear PCM
44.1kHz
17 3/8inch (440mm)
2
7
8
pOWer supplY
Power Supply ................................ AC 120V 60Hz
accessOrIes
•
Power Consumption ..................................... 25W
Power consumption in standby mode ....... 0.5W
Remote control unit ...............................1
Net weight ...........................0.2lb. (110g)
•
AAA (R03) Batteries ...............................2
•
AC Power cord........................................1
caBINet, etc.
•
Audio cable .............................................1
Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)
............ 17 3/8 × 4 5/16 × 13 9/16inches
(440 × 108.5 × 343.5mm)
•
Remote control connecting cord ..........1
•
User’s Guide ...........................................1
Net weight ................................... 17.21lb. (7.8kg)
Operating temperatures ................. +5˚C ~ +35˚C
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cONNectION
AlGaAs
650nm
BasIc
OperatION
Optical Readout System
Laser
Wave length
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
0.5Vp-p (75W)
-19dBm
applIcatION
OperatION
—
—
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2.3V RMS stereo
4 5/16inch
(108.5mm)
2.3V RMS stereo
13 9/16inch
(343.5mm)
2channels
2Hz — 20kHz
2Hz — 20kHz
100dB
110dB
0.0020%
Precision of quartz
1 3/8inch
(33.5mm)
2channels
2Hz — 100kHz
2Hz — 50kHz (-3dB)
112dB
110dB
0.0020%
Precision of quartz
Audio Characteristics
Analog output
Channels
Frequency range
Frequency characteristics
Dynamic range
S/N Ratio (A-weighted)
THD (1kHz)
wow & flutter
Output level
Unbalanced
Digital output
output level (cinch JACK)
output level (optical)
3 5/8inch
(92mm)
Audio CD
11/16inch
(16.5mm)
Super Audio CD
7/16inch
(10mm)
dImeNsIONs (uNIt: INcH (mm))
specIFIcatIONs & dImeNsIONal draWINGs
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Specifications subject to change without prior
notice.
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Operating humidity ........5 ~ 90% (without dew)
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
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BasIc
cONNectION
* Handle the discs carefully so as not to scratch
their surfaces.
* Keep the surfaces of the discs clean at all
times.
When cleaning the surfaces of discs, always
be sure to use the special cleaner and wipe the
surfaces in the directions shown in the figure
below.
BasIc
OperatION
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
• Wipe the surface
radially from the
center.
• Do not wipe the surface
in the circumferential
direction.
applIcatION
OperatION
* Do not attach pieces of paper or stickers to
the label surfaces of the discs.
When a disc has a piece of plastic tape or rental
CD label with paste protruding from the edge or
when a disc still bears traces of sticky tape or
adhesive labels, do not attempt to play it. If such a
disc is played on the CD player, you may find that
you cannot remove it or that some other kind of
malfunctioning may occur.
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* Do not use discs which come in special
shapes.
Do not attempt to play heart-shaped or octagonal
discs or discs with any other special shapes. You
may find that you cannot remove them or that
some other kind of malfunctioning may occur in
the player.
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* Use discs which satisfy the CD standards such
as those with the “CD logo”, “
” or “
”
mark on their disc label surfaces.
No guarantees are made for playback if discs
which do not satisfy the appropriate CD standards
are used.
Similarly, no guarantees are made for their sound
quality even if it is possible to play such discs.
* To protect your discs from damage, avoid
placing them in the following locations.
• Where they will be exposed to direct sunlight or
where they will be close to a heater or other heatradiating appliance
• Where the humidity level is high or it is very
dusty
• Near a window or other such location where they
may be exposed to rain
* Get into the habit of putting the discs back in
their cases after use.
TEXT
aBOut plaYING cOpY-cONtrOlled cds
Some copy-controlled CDs may not conform to
official CD standards. They are special discs and
may not play on the unit.
plaYING cd-r/cd-rW dIscs
This unit can play back the CD-RW (ReWritable)
discs as well as ordinary Audio CD and CD-R
(Recordable) discs.
• The CD-R and CD-RW discs should contain
properly-recorded TOC* information so that they
can be played back. In CD recorders, the task of
writing TOC information is referred to as finalizing
the disc. Discs that are not finalized cannot be
properly recognized as an Audio CD and played
back by regular CD players and Super Audio CD
players. For details, please read the instruction
manual provided with a CD recorder.
* TOC stands for Table Of Contents and contains
information such as the total number of tracks
and total playing time of the disc.
• This unit can play CD format, video CD format,
and CD-R/CD-RW discs which contain WMA/
MP3 music data. However, some discs may have
problems such as unable to play, noise or sound
distortion.
• This device is exclusively a playback device. It
cannot record CD-R/CD-RW discs.
• As the playback of a CD-RW disc necessitates
partial change of the player setup, it may take
longer time for reading the TOC information than
when an Audio CD or CD-R disc is played.
• Depending on the application settings and
environment, discs recorded with a personal
computer may not be able to be played. Please
record with the correct format. (For details,
please inquire at your application sales agent.)
• Discs recorded with the packet writing system
cannot be played.
• Mixed mode CD/enhanced CD and DTS CD discs
cannot be played.
• CD-G, video CD and DVD discs cannot be
played.
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• “DualDisc” contains DVD-standard-compliant
video and audio on one side and audio for playing
on a CD player on the other side, respectively.
• Since the non-DVD audio side does not conform
to common CD physical standards, it may not be
able to be played.
• In regard to details such as “DualDisc”
specifications and standards, please inquire at
your selling agent or distributor.
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• Music files cannot be played by connecting
this unit to a personal computer with a USB
cable. This is a device that belongs to a class
of USB mass storage such as USB memory
(FAT16, FAT32 format supported), which this unit
supports.
• There are cases where playback of all USB
memory or supplying electrical power cannot
be guaranteed. In addition, please note that we
cannot assume any responsibility in the unlikely
event of loss of USB memory files.
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BasIc
cONNectION
BasIc
OperatION
adVaNced
cONNectIONs
applIcatION
OperatION
The exterior finish of your unit will last indefinitely
with proper care and cleaning, Never use scouring
pads, steel wool, scourging powders or harsh
chemical agents (e.g., lye solution), alcohol, thinner,
benzine, insecticide or other volatile substances as
these wil mar the finish of the equipment. Likewise,
never use cloths containing chemical substances. If
the equipment get dirty, wipe the external surfaces
with a soft, lint-free cloth.
If the equipment becomes heavily soiled:
• dilute some washing up liquid in water, in a ratio
of one part detergent to six parts water.
• dip a soft, lint free in the solution and wring the it
is damp.
• wipe the equipment with the damp cloth.
• dry the equipment by wiping it with a dry cloth.
Only the most competent and qualified service
technicians should be allowed to service the
factory-trained warranty station personnel have
the knowledge and special facilities needed for
repair and calibration of this precision equipment.
After the warranty period has expired, repairs will
be performed for a charge if the equipment can be
returned to normal operation.
In the event of difficulty, refer to your dealer or write
directly to the nearest location to you that is listed
on the Marantz Authorized Service Station list. If
writing, please include the model and serial number
of the equipment together with a full description of
what you think is abnormal about the equipment’s
behaviour.
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The section describes the care and maintenance
tasks that must be performed to optimize the
operation of your Marantz equipment.
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www.marantz.com
You can find your nearest authorized distributor or dealer on our website.
is a registered trademark.
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