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Changer Control Audio Master
Operating Instructions Manual de instrucciones Bruksanvisning Manual de instrues


For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/connections manual. Para obtener informacin sobre la instalacin y las conexiones, consulte el manual de instalacin/conexiones suministrado. Vi hnvisar till det medfljande hftet angende montering/anslutningar. Para a instalao e as ligaes, consulte o manual de instalao/ligaes fornecido.


1998 by Sony Corporation


Thank you for purchasing the Sony Changer Control Audio Master. This unit lets you enjoy a variety of features by using an optional rotary commander. In addition to tape playback and radio operation you can expand your system by connecting an optional CD/MD changer.

Table of Contents

This Unit Only

Location of controls.. 4

With Optional Equipment CD/MD changer
Playing a CD or MD... Scanning the tracks Intro Scan.. Playing tracks repeatedly Repeat Play... Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play.. Labeling a CD Disc Memo.. Selecting specific tracks for playback Bank... 23 24

Getting Started

Resetting the unit.. 6 Using the decoy cover.. 6 Setting the clock.. 6

CD Player

Listening to a CD.. 7 Playing a CD in various modes. 8

Cassette Player

Listening to a tape.. 9 Playing tracks repeatedly Repeat play... 10 Playing a tape in various modes. 11
Memorizing stations automatically Best Tuning Memory (BTM).. 11 Memorizing only the desired stations. 12 Receiving the memorized stations. 12
Overview of the RDS function. 13 Displaying the station name.. 13 Re-tuning the same programme automatically Alternative Frequencies (AF). 14 Listening to traffic announcements. 15 Presetting the RDS stations with the AF and TA data.. 16 Locating a station by programme type.. 17 Setting the clock automatically.. 18
Additional Information Other Functions
Using the rotary commander. Adjusting the sound characteristics.. Attenuating the sound.. Changing the sound and display settings.. Precautions.. Maintenance.. The rotary commander labels.. Specifications... Troubleshooting guide.. 29

Location of controls







Refer to the pages for details. 1 DSPL (display mode change) button 8, 10, 13, 14, 21, 22, Display window (eject for tape) button Reset button PTY/FILE button RDS programme 17 Disc Memo 23, 6 (eject for CD) button D-BASS dial SOUND button During radio reception: Number buttons 12, 15, 16 During CD/MD playback: Direct disc selection buttons 22 ! AF/TA button 14, 15, 16 ! CD/MD (disc playCD/MD changer select) button 7, 21, 24 ! POWER SELECT switch (located on the bottom of the unit) See POWER SELECT Switch in the Installation/Connections manual. ! TAPE/* (playback/transport direction change) button 9, 10 ! TUNER button 11, 12 ! SHIFT button P MODE 8, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 22, 24, 25 REP 9, 10, 22 SET UP 6, 18, 20 SHUF 9, 23 ! OFF button 7, 9 ! Dial (volume/bass/treble/leftright/ frontrear control) 6, 20, 23 ! SEEK/AMS (seek/Automatic Music Sensor/manual search) button 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, 22, 24

Resetting the unit

Before operating the unit for the first time or after replacing the car battery, you must reset the unit. Press the reset button with a pointed object, such as a ball-point pen.

Reset button

Setting the clock
The clock uses a 24-hour digital indication. Example: Set the clock to 10:08
Press (SHIFT), then press (8) (SET UP).

1 Press (10) (n).

The hour digit flashes. 2 Set the hour.
to go backward Notes Pressing the reset button will erase the clock and some memorized functions. When you connect the power supply cord to the unit or reset the unit, wait for about 10 seconds before you insert a disc. If you insert a disc within these 10 seconds, the unit will not be reset, and you will have to press the reset button again. to go forward

3 Press (10) (n).

Using the decoy cover
To deter theft of this unit, use the decoy black ashtray cover when not using your car. The minute digits flash. 4 Set the minute.

Press (10) (n) to select INTRO-ON.
To search forward To search backward Note or appears in the If display, that means you have reached the beginning or the end of the disc and you cannot go any further.

Intro Scan starts.

To go back to normal playback mode, select INTRO-OFF in step 3 above.
Playing tracks repeatedly Repeat Play
During playback, press (SHIFT). Press (4) (REP) repeatedly until REP-1 appears.

Listening to a tape

Insert a cassette. Playback will start automatically.

Repeat Play starts.

To go back to normal playback mode, select REP-OFF in step 2 above.
Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play
During playback, press (SHIFT). Press (5) (SHUF) repeatedly until SHUF-1 appears.
If a cassette is already inserted, press (TAPE) (*) until FWD or REV appears to start playback.
CD Player/Cassette Player

Shuffle Play starts.

The side facing up is played.
To go back to normal playback mode, select SHUF-OFF in step 2 above.
The side facing down is played. Tip To change the tape transport direction, press (TAPE) (*) again during tape playback.
To Stop playback Eject the cassette

Press (OFF) 6

Fast-winding the tape
Playing tracks repeatedly

Repeat play

You can repeat play the current track.

Fast-forward Rewind

During playback press (SHIFT). Every time you press (SHIFT), only the items you can select light up.
To start playback during fast-forwarding or rewinding, press (TAPE) (*).
Locating the beginning of a track Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)
You can skip up to nine tracks at one time. During playback, press either side of (SEEK/AMS) momentarily.
Press (4) (REP) repeatedly until REPON appears. Repeat play starts. Press (SHIFT).
To locate the succeeding tracks
To go back to the normal playback mode, select REP-OFF in step 2 above.
To locate the preceding tracks Note The AMS function may not work when : the blanks between tracks are shorter than four seconds. there is noise between tracks. there are long sections of low volume or quiet sections.

Memorizing only the desired stations
You can store up to 10 stations on each band in the order of your choice.
Receiving the memorized stations
Press (TUNER) repeatedly to select the band (FM1, FM2, MW or LW). Press the number button ((1) to (10)) momentarily where the desired station is stored.
Press (TUNER) repeatedly to select the band (FM1, FM2, MW or LW). Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) to tune in the station you want to store on the number button. Keep the desired number button ((1) to (10)) pressed for two seconds until MEM appears. The number button indication appears in the display.
If you cannot tune in a preset station
Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) momentarily to search for the station (automatic tuning). Scanning stops when the unit receives a station. Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) repeatedly until the desired station is received.
Note If the automatic tuning stops too frequently, press (SHIFT), then press (9) (P MODE) repeatedly until LOCAL (local seek mode) is displayed. Then press (10) (n) to select LOCAL-ON. Press (SHIFT). Only the stations with relatively strong signals will be tuned in. Tip If you know the frequency of the station you want to listen to, press and hold either side of (SEEK/AMS) for two seconds until the desired frequency appears (manual tuning).
Note If you try to store another station on the same number button, the previously stored station will be erased.
If FM stereo reception is poor Monaural Mode
Press (SHIFT), then press (9) (P MODE) repeatedly until MONO appears. Press (10) (n) repeatedly until MONOON appears. The sound improves, but becomes monaural (ST disappears). Press (SHIFT).
Overview of the RDS function
Radio Data System (RDS) is a broadcasting service that allows FM stations to send additional digital information along with the regular radio programme signal. Your car stereo offers you a variety of services. Here are just a few: re-tuning the same programme automatically, listening to traffic announcements and locating a station by programme type.
Notes Depending on the country or region, not all of the RDS functions are available. RDS may not work properly if the signal strength is weak or if the station you are tuned to is not transmitting RDS data.
To go back to normal mode, select MONO-OFF in step 2 above.

z Frequency (Station Name)*1 MOTION DISPLAY*2 Z *1 When you tune in an FM station that transmits RDS data, the station name appears. *2 All the items above are scrolled in the display one by one in order. zClock


Displaying the station name
The name of the current station lights up in the display. Select an FM station (page 11). When you tune in an FM station that transmits RDS data, the station name appears in the display.
z Frequency (Station Name) MOTION DISPLAY* Z * All the items above are scrolled in the display one by one in order. Note NO NAME appears if the received station does not transmit RDS data. z Clock
Each time you press (AF/TA), the item changes as follows:
AF-ON TA-ON AF,TA-OFF * Select this to turn on both the AF and TA functions. Notes NO AF and the station name flash alternately, if the unit cannot find an alternative station in the network. If the station name starts flashing after selecting a station with the AF function on, this indicates that no alternative frequency is available. Press (SEEK/AMS) while the station name is flashing (within eight seconds). The unit starts searching for another frequency with the same PI (Programme Identification) data (PI SEEK appears and no sound is heard). If the unit cannot find another frequency, NO PI appears, and the unit returns to the originally selected frequency. AF,TA-ON*
Re-tuning the same programme automatically
Alternative Frequencies (AF)
The Alternative Frequencies (AF) function automatically selects and re-tunes the station with the strongest signal in a network. By using this function, you can continuously listen to the same programme during a longdistance drive without having to re-tune the station manually.
Frequencies change automatically. 98.5MHz 96.0MHz


Select an FM station (page 11). Press (AF/TA) repeatedly until AF-ON appears. The unit starts searching for an alternative station with a stronger signal in the same network.
Note When there is no alternative station in the area and you do not need to search for an alternative station, turn the AF function off by pressing (AF/TA) repeatedly until AF,TA-OFF appears.
Listening to a regional programme
The REG-ON (regional on) function lets you stay tuned to a regional programme without being switched to another regional station. (Note that you must turn the AF function on.) The unit is factory preset to REG-ON, but if you want to turn off the function, do the following.
Listening to traffic announcements
The Traffic Announcement (TA) and Traffic Programme (TP) data let you automatically tune in an FM station is broadcasting traffic announcements even though you are listening to other programme sources. Press (AF/TA) repeatedly until TA-ON or AF,TA-ON appears. The unit starts searching for traffic information stations. TP appears in the display when the unit finds a station broadcasting traffic announcements. When the traffic announcement starts, TA flashes. The flashing stops when the traffic announcement is over.

Tip If the traffic announcement starts while you are listening to another programme source, the unit automatically switches to the announcement and goes back to the original source when the announcement is over. Notes NO TP flashes for five seconds if the received station does not broadcast traffic announcements. Then, the unit starts searching for a station that broadcasts traffic announcements. When EON appears with TP in the display, the current station makes use of broadcast traffic announcement of other stations in the same network.
Press (SHIFT), then press (9) (P MODE) repeatedly until REG appears. Press (10) (n) repeatedly until REGOFF appears. Press (SHIFT). Note that selecting REG-OFF might cause the unit to switch to another regional station within the same network.
To go back to regional on, select REG-ON in step 2 above.
Note This function does not work in the United Kingdom and in some other areas.
Local Link function (United Kingdom only)
The Local Link function lets you select other local stations in the area, even though they are not stored on your number buttons.
Press a number button that has a local station stored on it. Within five seconds, press the number button of the local station again. Repeat this procedure until the desired local station is received.
To cancel the current traffic announcement
Press (AF/TA) momentarily. To cancel all traffic announcements, turn off the function by pressing (AF/TA) until AF,TA-OFF appears.
Tip You can also cancel the traffic announcements by pressing (TUNER) on the master unit or (SOURCE) on the optional rotary commander RM-X4S.
Presetting the RDS stations with the AF and TA data
When you preset RDS stations, the unit stores each stations data as well as its frequency, so you dont have to turn on the AF or TA function every time you tune in the preset station. You can select a different setting (AF, TA, or both) for individual preset stations, or the same setting for all preset stations.
Presetting the volume of traffic announcements
You can preset the volume level of the traffic announcements beforehand so you wont miss the announcement. When a traffic announcement starts, the volume will be automatically adjusted to the preset level.
Presetting the same setting for all preset stations
Select an FM band (page 11). Press (AF/TA) repeatedly to select either AF-ON, TA-ON or AF,TA-ON (for both AF and TA functions). Note that selecting AF,TA-OFF stores not only RDS stations, but also non-RDS stations. Press (SHIFT), then press (9) (P MODE) repeatedly until B.T.M appears. Press (10) (n). Press (SHIFT).
Select the desired volume level. Press (AF/TA) for two seconds. TA appears and the setting is stored.
Receiving emergency announcements
If an emergency announcement comes in while you are listening to the radio, the programme will be automatically switched to the announcement. If you are listening to a source other than the radio, the emergency announcements will be heard if you set AF or TA to on. The unit will then automatically switch to these announcements no matter what you are listening to at the time.

Presetting different settings for each preset station
Select an FM band, and tune in the desired station (page 12). Press (AF/TA) repeatedly to select either AF-ON, TA-ON or AF,TA-ON (for both AF and TA functions). Press the desired number button until MEM appears. Repeat from step 1 to preset other stations.
Tip If you want to change the AF and/or TA setting after you tuned in the preset station, you can do so by turning the AF or TA function on or off.
Locating a station by programme type
You can locate the station you want by selecting one of the programme types shown below. Programme types News Current Affairs Information Sports Education Drama Culture Science Varied Popular Music Rock Music Middle of the Road Music Light Classical Classical Other Music Type Weather Finance Childrens programmes Social Affairs Religion Phone In Travel Leisure Jazz Music Country Music National Music Oldies Music Folk Music Documentary Not specified Display NEWS AFFAIRS INFO SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED POP M ROCK M M.O.R. M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL A RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT NONE
Press (PTY/FILE) during FM reception until PTY appears.
The current programme type name appears if the station is transmitting the PTY data. - - - - - appears if the received station is not an RDS station, or if the RDS data has not been received.
Press (PTY/FILE) repeatedly until the desired programme type appears. The programme types appear in the order shown in the above table. Note that you cannot select NONE (Not specified) for searching.
Press either side of (SEEK/AMS). The unit starts searching for a station broadcasting the selected programme type. When the unit finds the programme, the programme type appears again for five seconds. NO and the programme type appear alternately for five seconds if the unit cannot find the programme type. It then returns to the previous station.
Note You cannot use this function in some countries where no PTY (Programme Type selection) data is available.
Setting the clock automatically
The CT (Clock Time) data from the RDS transmission sets the clock automatically.

Other Functions

You can connect an optional rotary commander (RM-X4S) with this unit.
Press (SHIFT), then press (8) (SET UP) repeatedly until CT appears.

Using the rotary commander
The rotary commander works by pressing buttons and/or rotating controls. You can control an optional CD or MD changer with the rotary commander.
Press (10) (n) repeatedly until CT-ON appears. The clock is set.
By pressing buttons (the SOURCE and MODE buttons)
Press (SHIFT) to return to the normal display.


To cancel the CT function
Select CT-OFF in step 2 above.
Notes The CT function may not work even though an RDS station is being received. There might be a difference between the time set by the CT function and the actual time.
Each time you press (SOURCE), the source changes as follows:


Pressing (MODE) changes the operation in the following ways;
the tape transport direction Tuner: FM1 n FM2 n MW n LW CD changer: CD1 n CD2 n MD changer: MD1 n MD2 n
Tip When the POWER SELECT switch is set to position B, you can turn on this unit by pressing (SOURCE) on the rotary commander.
By rotating the control (the SEEK/ AMS control)

Other operations

Rotate the VOL control to adjust the volume. Press (ATT) to attenuate the sound.
Press (OFF) to turn off the unit.
Rotate the control momentarily and release it to: Locate the beginnings of tracks on the tape. Rotate and hold the control, then release into fast-wind the tape. Locate a specific track on a disc. Rotate and hold the control until you locate the specific point in a track, then release it to start playback. Tune in stations automatically. Rotate and hold the control to tune in a specific station.
Press (SOUND) to adjust the volume and sound menu.
Press (FILE) to: Display the memorised names. Display the programme type.

RDS/Other Functions

By pushing in and rotating the control (the PRESET/DISC control)
Changing the operative direction
The operative direction of controls is factoryset as in the illustration below.

To increase

Push in and rotate the control to: Receive the stations memorised on the number buttons. Change the disc.

To decrease

If you need to mount the rotary commander on the right side of the steering column, you can reverse the operative direction.
Press (SOUND) for two seconds while pushing the VOL control.
Tip You can control the operative direction of controls with the unit (page 20).

Adjusting the sound characteristics
You can adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader. Each source can store the bass and treble levels respectively.
Changing the sound and display settings
You can set: CLOCK (page 6). CT (Clock Time) (page 18). DIM to change the brightness of the display. Select AUTO to dim the display only when you turn the lights on. Select ON to dim the display. BEEP to turn on or off the beeps. RM (Rotary Remote) to change the operative direction of the controls of the rotary remote. Select NORM to use the rotary remote in the factory-set position. Select REV when you mount the rotary remote on the right side of the steering column.
Select the item you want to adjust by pressing (SOUND) repeatedly. VOL (volume) n BAS (bass) n TRE (treble) n BAL (leftright) n FAD (frontrear)
Adjust the selected item by rotating the dial. Adjust within three seconds after selecting the item. (After three seconds, the dial functions work as the volume control.)
Press (SHIFT). Press (8) (SET UP) repeatedly until the desired item appears. Each time you press (8) (SET UP), the item changes as follows:
CLOCK n CT n DIM n BEEP n RM Note The displayed item will differ depending on the source.

Attenuating the sound

Press (ATT) on the optional rotary commander. ATT-ON flashes momentarily. To restore the previous volume level, press (ATT) again.
Tip The unit decreases the volume automatically when a telephone call comes in (Telephone-ATT function).
Press (10) (n) to select the desired setting (for example: ON or OFF). Press (SHIFT). After the mode setting is complete, the display goes back to normal playback mode.
Boosting the bass sound D-bass
You can enjoy clear and powerful bass sound. The D-bass function boosts the low frequency signal with a sharper curve than conventional bass boost. You can hear the bass line more clearly even if the vocal sound is the same volume. You can emphasize and adjust the bass sound easily with the D-bass control. This effect is similar to the one you get when you use an optional subwoofer system. Moreover, the Digital D-bass* function creates even sharper and more powerful bass sound than Analog D-bass.

To search backward
During playback, press (SHIFT). Press (4) (REP) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
z REP-1 z REP-2 z REP-OFF
Locating a disc by disc number Direct Disc Selection
Press the number button that corresponds with the desired disc number. The desired disc in the current changer begins playback.
You can select: SHUF-1 to play the tracks on the current disc in random order. SHUF-ALL to play the tracks in the current changer in random order.
Labeling a CD Disc Memo (CD changer with the custom file function)
You can label each disc with a personalized name. You can enter up to eight characters for a disc. If you label a CD, you can select the specific tracks for playback (page 24).
During playback, press (SHIFT). Press (5) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
Play the CD and press (PTY/FILE) for two seconds.
Enter the characters. 1 Rotate the dial clockwise to select the desired characters. (A n B n C n Z n 0 n 1 n 2 n 9 n + n n * n / n \ n > n < n.n_)
If you rotate the dial counterclockwise, the characters appear in the reverse order. If you want to put a blank space between characters, select _ (underbar). 2 Press (10) (n) after locating the desired character. The flashing cursor moves to the next space.
If you press (7) (N), the flashing cursor moves to the left. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name.
To return to normal CD playback mode, press (PTY/FILE) for two seconds.
Tip To erase/correct a name enter _ (under-bar) for each character.
Displaying the disc memo name
Press (DSPL) during CD playback.
Selecting specific tracks for playback Bank
(CD changer with the custom file function)
If you label the disc, you can set the unit to skip tracks and play only the tracks you want.
Each time you press (DSPL) during CD playback, the item changes as follows:
$ Disc number/Track number/ Elapsed playback time $ Disc memo name $ Clock $ MOTION DISPLAY*
Start playing the disc and press (SHIFT). Then press (9) (P MODE) for two seconds.

Bank edit mode

Note If you have not labeled the disc, the bank edit mode does not appear and the program edit mode appears. To go back to normal playback mode, press (SHIFT).

Erasing the disc memo

Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) to select the track number you want to skip and press (6) (ENTER).
Press (CD/MD) repeatedly to select the CD changer. Press (PTY/FILE) for two seconds. Press (DSPL) for two seconds. Rotate the dial to select the name you want to erase. Press (6) (ENTER) for two seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 4 and 5 if you want to erase other names. Press (PTY/FILE) for two seconds. The unit returns to normal CD playback mode.


The indication changes from PLAY to SKIP. If you want to return to PLAY," press (6) (ENTER) again.

Repeat step 2 to set the PLAY or SKIP mode on all the tracks. Press (9) (P MODE) for two seconds. The unit returns to normal CD playback mode. Press (SHIFT).
Notes You can set the PLAY and SKIP mode on up to 24 tracks. You cannot set the SKIP mode on all the tracks.
Playing the specific tracks only
You can select: BANK-ON to play the tracks with the PLAY setting. BANK-INV (Inverse) to play the tracks with the SKIP setting.

Additional Information

If your car was parked in direct sunlight resulting in a considerable rise in temperature inside the car, allow the unit to cool off before operating it. If no power is being supplied to the unit, check the connections first. If everything is in order, check the fuse. If no sound comes from the speakers of two-speaker systems, set the fader control to the center position. If your car is equipped with a power aerial, it will extend automatically while the unit is operating. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
During playback, press (SHIFT), then press (9) (P MODE) repeatedly until BANK appears. Press (10) (n) to repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
Playback starts from the track following the current one.
CD/MD Changer/Additional Information
To go back to normal playing mode, select BANK-OFF in step 2 above.

Notes on handling CDs

A dirty or defective disc may cause sound dropouts while playing. To enjoy optimum sound, handle the disc as follows. Handle the disc by its edge. To keep the disc clean, do not touch the surface.
Do not stick paper or tape on the labelled surface.
Do not expose the discs to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air-ducts, or leave them in a car parked in direct sunlight where there can be a considerable rise in the temperature inside the car.
To maintain high quality sound
If you have drink holders near your audio equipment, be careful not to splash juice or other soft drinks onto the car audio. Sugary residues on this unit or cassette tapes may contaminate the playback heads, reduce the sound quality, or prevent sound reproduction altogether. Cassette cleaning kits cannot remove sugar from the tape heads.
Before playing, clean the discs with an optional cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from the center out. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners or antistatic spray intended for analog discs.


CD player section
Signal-to-noise ratio Frequency response Wow and flutter 96 dB 10 20,000 Hz Below measurable limit


Outputs Line outputs (2) Power antenna relay control lead Power amplifier control lead Telephone ATT control lead Bass 10 dB at 100 Hz Treble 10 dB at 10 kHz 12 V DC car battery (negative ground) Approx. 173 mm (w/h/d) Approx. 155 mm (w/h/d) Approx. 2.2 kg Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Decoy cover (1) Labels for optional rotary commander (2) Rotary commander RM-X4S BUS cable (supplied with an RCA pin cord) RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m) Compact disc single adapter CSA-8 CD changer CDX-805 (10 discs), CDX-715 (10 discs), CDX-T65 (6 discs), CDX-T62 (6 discs) MD changer MDX-62 Source selector XA-C30

Cassette player section

Tape track Wow and flutter Frequency response Signal-to-noise ratio Cassette type TYPE II, IV TYPE I 67 dB 64 dB 4-track 2-channel stereo 0.08 % (WRMS) 30 18,000 Hz Dolby NR off 58 dB 55 dB Dimensions Mounting dimensions Mass Supplied accessories Tone controls Power requirements

Dolby B NR

Tuner section
Tuning range Antenna terminal Intermediate frequency Usable sensitivity Selectivity Signal-to-noise ratio 87.5 108.0 MHz External antenna connector 10.7 MHz 9 dBf 75 dB at 400 kHz 65 dB (stereo), 68 dB (mono) Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz 0.7 % (stereo), 0.4 % (mono) Separation 35 dB at 1 kHz Frequency response 30 15,000 Hz

Optional accessories

Optional equipment
Tuning range Antenna terminal Intermediate frequency Sensitivity MW: 531 1,602 kHz LW: kHz External antenna connector 10.71 MHz/450 kHz MW: 30 V LW: 50 V

Power amplifier section

Outputs Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors) Speaker impedance ohms Maximum power output 35 W 4 (at 4 ohms)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Troubleshooting guide

The following checklist will help you remedy the problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures.
Problem No sound. Cause/Solution Cancel the ATT function. Set the fader control to the center position for two-speaker systems. Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to adjust the volume. The power cord or battery has been disconnected. The reset button has been pressed. n Store again into the memory. The beep tone is attenuated.
The contents of the memory have been erased. No beep tone.

CD/MD playback

Problem A disc cannot be loaded. Cause/Solution Another CD is already loaded. The CD is forcibly inserted upside down or in the wrong way (MD). Defective MD or dusty CD. The ambient temperature exceeds 50 C. Press the reset button. The unit is installed at an angle of more than 20. The unit is not installed in a sturdy part of the car.

Playback does not begin. A disc is automatically ejected. The operation buttons do not function. The sound skips due to vibration.

Tape playback

Problem Playback sound is distorted. The AMS does not operate correctly. Cause/Solution Contamination of the tape head. n Clean the head. There is noise in the space between tracks. A blank space is too short (less than four seconds). + on (SEEK/AMS) is pressed immediately before the following track. = on (SEEK/AMS) is pressed immediately after the track starts. A long pause, or a passage of low frequencies or very low sound level is treated as a blank space.

Radio reception

Problem Preset tuning is not possible. Automatic tuning is not possible. The ST indication flashes. Cause/Solution Memorize the correct frequency. The broadcast signal is too weak. The broadcast signal is too weak. n Use manual tuning. Tune in the frequency accurately. The broadcast signal is too weak. n Set to the Monaural mode (page 13).
Problem A SEEK starts after a few seconds of listening. No traffic announcements. Cause/Solution The station is non-TP or the signal is weak. n Press (AF/TA) until AF,TA-OFF appears. Activate TA. The station does not broadcast any traffic announcements despite being TP. n Tune to another station. The station does not specify the programme type.

PTY displays NONE.

Error displays (when an optional CD/MD changer is connected)
The following indications will flash for about five seconds, and an alarm sound will be heard. Display Cause The disc magazine is not inserted in the CD/MD changer. No disc is inserted in the CD/MD changer. A CD/MD cannot play because of some problem. A CD is dirty or inserted upside down.*2 An MD does not play because of some problem.*2
Solution Insert the disc magazine in the CD/ MD changer. Insert discs in the CD/MD changer. Insert another CD/MD. Clean or insert the CD correctly. Insert another MD. Play an MD with tracks recorded on it. Press the reset button of the unit. Close the lid or insert the MDs properly. Wait until the temperature goes down below 50 C.



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