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|jobby||1:50am on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|fantastic product I have purchased 3 of them, once you hear PC music file from this set. Great features at the expense of sound quality Loads of features on this machine but the unfortunately the sound is just not up scratch.|
|libtech||1:46pm on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|great budget pc hifi What an excellent little machine. The main problem with stereo equipment at this size and price is the sound quality. BRILLIANT! I have to dissagree with the below review, the sound is very good. Deoending on what tyoe if files (mp3,atrac3, ect..|
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Operating Instructions Owners Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the rear of the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Aiwa dealer regarding this product. Model No. ______________ Serial No. ______________
2004 Sony Corporation
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation of the apparatus with news papers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. And dont place lighted candles on the apparatus. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. This marking is located on the rear exterior. Dont throw away the battery with general house waste, dispose of it correctly as chemical waste.
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installers attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
If you have any questions about this product, you may call; Aiwa Customer Information Service Center 1-800-289-2492 or http://www.us.aiwa.com/ The Number below is for the FCC related matters only. Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
Trade name: Model No.: Responsible Party: Address:
AIWA CX-LZP5 Sony Electronics Inc. 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A. Telephone No.: 858-942-2230 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two 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.
NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN CANADA CAUTION
Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Pentium is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. and marks are omitted in this manual.
4 Connect the power cord to a wall outlet.
The demonstration appears in the display. When you press ?/1, the system turns on and the demonstration automatically ends. If the plug does not fit the wall socket, detach the supplied plug adaptor (only for models equipped with an adaptor).
Setting the clock
Use buttons on the remote for the operation.
Press ?/1 to turn on the system. Press CLOCK/TIMER SET. Press. or > repeatedly to set the hour. Press ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly to set the minute. Press ENTER.
The clock starts working.
To adjust the clock
Press CLOCK/TIMER SET. Press. or > until CLOCK SET? appears, then press ENTER. Do the same procedures as steps 3 to 6 above.
The clock settings are canceled when you disconnect the power cord or if a power failure occurs. You cannot set the clock in Power Saving Mode (page 20).
Playing a disc
Normal Play/Shuffle Play
This system lets you play audio CDs and discs with MP3 audio tracks.
Example: When playing a disc
Loading a disc
Insert a disc in the disc slot with the label side facing right.
When you play a disc, insert it with the label side facing right.
When you turn on the system, the disc is not pulled into the disc slot until CD No Disc appears in the display. Do not attempt to push in the disc until CD No Disc appears. When pressing Z on the unit and then re-inserting the disc that appears in the disc slot, do not simply push in the disc. Remove the disc from the disc slot and then re-insert it. Do not turn off the system with a disc halfway inserted in the disc slot. Doing so may cause the disc to fall. Do not use a disc with tape, seals or paste on it as this may cause malfunction. Do not load an 8 cm disc with an adaptor. Doing so may cause the system to malfunction. When you eject a disc, handle the disc by its edge. Do not touch the surface. If you load a disc that is not playable by this system, it will be ejected automatically.
Press CD (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to CD.
Press PLAY MODE in stop mode repeatedly until the mode you want appears.
Select To play
No display (Normal Play) ALBM (Normal Play)
The tracks on the disc in original order. All MP3 audio tracks in the album on the disc in original order. When playing a non-MP3 disc, Album Play performs the same operation as Normal Play (no display). All tracks on the disc in random order. The MP3 audio tracks in the album on the disc in random order. When playing a non-MP3 disc, Album Shuffle Play performs the same operation as SHUF Play. The tracks on the disc in the order you want them to be played (see Creating your own program on page 12).
SHUF (Shuffle Play) ALBM SHUF (Shuffle Play)
PGM (Program Play)
Press N (or CD N on the unit).
You cannot change the play mode during playback. Some time may be needed to start playback of discs recorded in complex configurations such as many layers. When the disc is inserted, the player reads all the tracks on that disc. If there are many albums or nonMP3 audio tracks on the disc, it may take a long time for play to begin or for the next MP3 audio track to start play. Do not save unnecessary albums or tracks other than MP3 ones in the disc to be used for MP3 listening. We recommend that you do not save other types of tracks or unnecessary albums on a disc that has MP3 audio tracks. An album that does not include an MP3 audio track is skipped. Maximum album number: 150 (including root folder) The maximum number of MP3 audio tracks and albums that can be contained on a single disc is 300. Playback is possible up to 8 levels. MP3 audio tracks are sorted by file name and played back in alphabetical order. Depending on the encoding/writing software, recording device, or the recording media used at the time an MP3 audio track is recorded, you may encounter such problems as disabled playback, sound interruptions, and noise.
When disc access takes a long time, set CD POWER ON by CD power manage function (page 14).
Stop play Pause Select a track Select an album of MP3 Find a point in a track* Switch to CD function from another source Remove a disc
Press x. Press X. Press again to resume play. Press. or > repeatedly. Press ALBUM + or repeatedly after step 2. Keep pressing m or M during playback and release it at the desired point. Press CD (or CD N on the unit) (Automatic Source Selection). Press Z on the unit.
To play a track by entering the track number
You can also select the track you want using the remote during Normal Play. Press the number button(s). Playback automatically starts.
* You may not be able to search between multiple files. Also, the time may not be displayed correctly for some files.
You can play all the tracks or a single track on a disc repeatedly.
Press TUNER BAND (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to tuner. Press TUNER BAND repeatedly to select FM or AM. Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until PRESET appears in the display. Press. or > repeatedly to select the desired preset station.
Listening to non-preset radio station
Press TUNER BAND (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to tuner. Press TUNER BAND repeatedly to select FM or AM. Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until AUTO and PRESET disappear from the display. Press TUNING + or repeatedly to tune in the desired station.
When tuner function is selected as the current function and CD is pressed to select CD during CD POWER OFF, it may take some time to switch the function (page 14).
To improve broadcast reception, adjust the supplied antennas, or connect a commercially available external antenna. When using a personal computer and listening to the radio, connecting a commercially available external antenna is recommended. When an FM stereo program has static noise, press FM MODE repeatedly until MONO appears. There will be no stereo effect, but the reception will improve. Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until AUTO appears in step 3 above, then press TUNING + or. The frequency indication changes and scanning stops when the system tunes in a station (Automatic Tuning).
Using the Radio Data System (RDS)
(European model only)
What is the Radio Data System?
Radio Data System (RDS) is a broadcasting service that allows radio stations to send additional information along with the regular program signal. RDS is available only on FM stations.*
RDS may not work properly if the station you are tuned in is not transmitting the RDS signal properly or if the signal is weak. * Not all FM stations provide RDS service, nor do they provide the same types of services. If you are not familiar with the RDS system, check with your local radio stations for details on RDS services in your area.
Receiving RDS broadcasts
Simply select a station from the FM band.
When you tune in a station that provides RDS services, the station name appears in the display.
To check the RDS information
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes cyclically as follows: Station name1) t Preset number2) and frequency t Clock display
If the RDS broadcast is not properly received, the station name may not appear in the display. Preset number is displayed only if you preset radio stations.
Adjusting the sound
You can reinforce the bass and create a more powerful sound.
Mixing the sound on a personal computer with another sound source
PC Mixing (except for AWP-ZP1)
You can mix the sound on a personal computer with another sound source.
Press DISPLAY while the system is off. Each time you press the button, the display switches cyclically as follows: Demonstration display t Clock display* t No display (Power Saving Mode)
* The clock is displayed only if you set the clock.
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: Current track number and elapsed playing time t Current track number and remaining time1) t Remaining time of the disc2) t Track title (disc with MP3 audio tracks3) only) t Album name (disc with MP3 audio tracks only) t Clock display
?/1 indicator lights up even in Power Saving Mode. The timer continues to operate in Power Saving Mode.
. appears when playing back MP3 audio tracks. . appears in program play mode or when playing back MP3 audio tracks. When you play back a track with an ID3 tag ver.1 or ver.2, the ID3 tag appears. The ID3 tag displays only the track title information.
Checking the total playing time and titles (CD/MP3)
Press DISPLAY in stop mode.
Checking the station name (TUNER)
Press DISPLAY while listening to the radio.
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows:
x When a CD/MP3 is in Normal Play mode
TOC display1) or total album number of the disc2) or total track number of the current album3) t Volume label4) t Album name4) t Clock display
Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: Station name1) t Preset number2) and frequency t Clock display
European model only Preset number is displayed only if you preset radio stations (page 13).
TOC = Table of Contents; displays total number of tracks on the disc, and total playing time of the disc For discs with MP3 audio tracks in Normal play or SHUF mode For discs with MP3 audio tracks in ALBM or ALBM SHUF mode For discs with MP3 audio tracks, album titles or volume label may not be displayed depending on the play mode.
x When a CD/MP3 is in Program Play mode
The last track number of the program and the total playing time t Total track number of the program t Volume label* t Clock display
* For discs with MP3 audio tracks
The total playing time is not displayed for a disc with MP3 audio tracks. ID3 tag applies to version 1 and version 2. If the MP3 audio track you play back has an ID3 tag, the ID3 tag information is displayed as a track title. In the following cases, elapsed playing time and remaining time of the track may not be displayed accurately. when an MP3 audio track of VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is played. when fast forward or fast reverse is performed.
Follow the instructions appearing on the monitor.
Click the [Device Manager] tab. Make sure that View devices by type is selected. Make sure that the following items are listed in the Device Manager dialog box. USB Audio Device under Sound, video and game controllers USB Composite Device under Universal Serial Bus controllers
The illustrations above show an example Windows Millennium Edition screen.
The illustration above shows an example Windows Millennium Edition screen.
The OS CD-ROM may be required depending on your computer. In this case, follow the instructions and set the CD-ROM in the drive. Do not disconnect or connect the USB cable during detection.
If you do not see these items or if a ! is displayed on top of any of the icons, it means the respective device driver is not installed or recognized by the OS. In this case, install the device driver again.
Click [OK] to close the System Properties dialog box.
To verify the status of the installed devices
Be sure to check the status of the installed devices after you have installed their drivers.
Open the [Control Panel]. In the Start menu, point to [Settings] and click [Control Panel]. Double-click the [System] icon. The System Properties dialog box appears.
Other items in the Device Manager list may differ depending on your computer environment. If the devices are not recognized, disconnect and reconnect the USB cable, and try to automatically install the drive drivers again. If the devices still are not recognized, reboot the computer.
(For Windows Me) If you cannot find the [System] icon, click View all Control Panel options.
For Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional/Home Edition
Make sure that the following items are listed in the Device Manager dialog box. USB Audio Device under Sound, video and game controllers USB Composite Device under Universal Serial Bus controllers
Connect the system to the computer with the supplied USB cable (see page 22). Start up the computer. Press ?/1 to turn on the system. Press PC (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to PC. The computer automatically detects the system and begins the device (OS standard driver) installation. Installation finishes automatically.
The illustration above shows an example Windows XP Professional screen.
To not install the driver, follow the instructions appearing on the monitor.
Open the [Control Panel]. In the Start menu, point to [Settings] and click [Control Panel]. (For Windows XP) In the Start menu, click [Control Panel], and then click [Switch to Classic View] on the left panel of the window. Double-click the [System] icon. The System Properties dialog box appears. Click the [Hardware] tab. Click the [Device Manager] button. Make sure that devices by type is selected in the View menu.
For Mac OS 9.0 to 9.2
Listening to audio files on a personal computer 5 6
Connect the system to the computer with the supplied USB cable (see page 22). Start up the computer.
Connect the system to the computer with the supplied USB cable (see page 22). Start up the computer. Press ?/1 to turn on the system. Press PC (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to PC.
Wait for the OS to start up properly.
Press ?/1 to turn on the system. Press PC (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to PC. Perform the operations on the computer side to start playback. Press VOLUME + or (or turn VOLUME control on the unit) to adjust the volume.
For Mac OS X 10.1 to 10.3
Connect the system to the computer with the supplied USB cable (see page 22). Start up the computer. Press ?/1 to turn on the system. Press PC (or FUNCTION repeatedly) to switch the function to PC. Select [System Preferences.] in the Apple menu. Click the [Sound] icon in the [Hardware] menu. Click the [Output] tab, then click to select [ZP Hi-Fi Component System] or [USB Audio DAC] in the [Choose a device for sound output] window.
To adjust the volume, operate the computer and system volume control together. Even if you adjust the volume on the computer side, the system volume cannot be adjusted. When playing back music through the USB port, do not turn off the system. This may cause the computer to malfunction. Before disconnecting the USB cable (supplied), be sure to first quit the software. The sound may skip or there may be noise depending on the computer environment. Also see the operation manuals supplied with the computer and the music playback software.
Connecting an optional USB component
This system has two USB hub ports. By using this systems USB hub ports, you can operate USB components from a computer through this system. You can connect an optional USB component with a maximum current consumption of 100 mA or less to each port. For details on compatible USB components, refer to the operating instructions USB Hub Port Information provided with this system.
If the USB indicator turns off
The connected USB component has a maximum current consumption in excess of 100 mA, so it cannot be used with this system. The USB STATUS lamp on the unit lights up. In this case, follow the procedures below.
Disconnect the optional USB component from this system. When instructions are displayed on the PC monitor, please follow them. If any instructions are not displayed on the PC monitor, disconnect the USB cable from personal computer and reconnect it. If the USB STATUS lamp on the unit does not turn off after performing the above measures, restart the computer.
Connect the system to a computer with the supplied USB cable (see Connecting a personal computer to the system on page 22).
When the system power is turned on, the USB indicator lights up.
You cannot use a USB component with a maximum current consumption in excess of 100 mA. When connecting this systems USB hub ports to Hi-Speed USB components, the transfer rate will be slower than when connected directly to the computer. Operation is not guaranteed for all the recommended USB components. Operation is not guaranteed when the computer and the system are connected through a USB hub or a USB extension cable. Do not connect a USB bus power hub port (that receives power from other components) to this systems USB ports. When the USB component has an AC power adaptor, be sure to connect the AC power adaptor to a power supply.
Connect an optional USB component to this systems USB hub port.
This systems USB hub is a full-speed (maximum transfer rate 12 Mbps), bus power type (type that receives power from a computer). You can use the optional USB component even when; The system power is turned off. The function selection is other than PC.
Hooking up optional components
To enhance your system, you can connect optional components. Refer to the operating instructions provided with each component. AWP-ZP5 is used for illustration purpose.
Optional analog component From the audio output jacks of an optional analog component
Optional USB component
A personal computer
A MD jacks
Use audio cords (not supplied) to connect an optional analog component (MD deck or VCR, etc.) to these jacks. You can then listen to the sound from the component.
C USB hub ports (AWP-ZP5 only)
Connect an optional USB component (USB memory key, etc.) to these USB hub ports (see Connecting an optional USB component on page 27).
B USB port (except for AWP-ZP1)
Use the supplied USB cable to connect a personal computer (see Optional Personal Computer (except for AWP-ZP1) on page 22).
Listening to audio from a connected component 1 2
Connect audio cords.
See Hooking up optional components on page 28.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly (or MD* on the unit) until MD appears.
Start playing the connected component.
* AWP-ZP1 only
Problems and remedies
Should you encounter a problem with your system, do the following:
The display starts flashing as soon as you plug in the power cord even though you have not turned on the system (see step 4 of Hooking up the system (page 7)). Press DISPLAY twice while the system is off. The demonstration disappears. : appears in the display. A power interruption has occurred. Set the clock (page 9) and timer settings (page 19) again. The clock setting/radio presetting/timer is canceled. Redo the following: Setting the clock (page 9) Presetting radio stations (page 13) Falling asleep to music and Waking up to music (page 18) There is no sound. Press VOLUME + (or turn VOLUME control on the unit clockwise). Make sure the headphones are not connected. Check the speaker connections (page 7). The system is in pause mode. Press N (or CD N on the unit) to return to normal play mode. Personal computer sounds are heard when functions other than PC are selected (except for AWP-ZP1). Set PC Mixing to off. There is severe hum or noise. Move the system away from the source of noise. Connect the system to a different wall outlet. Install a noise filter (commercially available) to the mains line. The timer cannot be set. Set the clock again (page 9). The timer does not function. Activate the timer and c PLAY lights up in the display (page 19). Check the timer setting and set the correct time (page 19). Cancel the Sleep Timer function (page 18). Make sure the clock is correctly set.
Make sure the power cord and speaker cords are correctly and firmly connected. Find your problem in the troubleshooting checklist below and take the indicated corrective action.
If the problem persists after doing all of the above, consult your nearest Aiwa dealer.
When the ?/1 indicator flashes
Immediately unplug the power cord and check the following items. If your system has a voltage selector, is the voltage selector set to the correct voltage? Check the voltage for your region, then make sure the voltage selector is set correctly. Are the + and speaker cords shortcircuited? Are you using the supplied speakers? Is anything blocking the ventilation holes on the rear of the system? Check all the above items and fix any problems found. After ?/1 indicator stops flashing, reconnect the power cord and turn on the system. If the indicator still flashes, or if the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above items, consult your nearest Aiwa dealer.
The remote does not function. Remove the obstacle. Move the remote closer to the system. Point the remote at the systems sensor. Replace the batteries (R6/size AA). Locate the system away from the fluorescent light. The system does not turn off. Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the demonstration display disappears.
The sound skips. Wipe the disc clean (page 35). Replace the disc. Try moving the system to a place without vibration (e.g., on top of a stable stand). Try moving the speakers away from the system, or placing them on separate stands. When you listen to a track with bass sounds at high volume, the speaker vibration may cause the sound to skip. Play does not start from the first track. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until both PGM and SHUF disappear to return to Normal Play. MP3 audio track cannot be played back. Recording was not performed according to the ISO9660 level 1 or level 2 format, Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format. The MP3 audio track does not have the.MP3 extension. The file is not stored in MP3 format. Discs containing files other than MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3 files cannot be played. MP3 audio tracks take longer to begin play back than others. After the system reads all tracks on the discs, playback may take more time than usual if: the number of albums or tracks on the disc is very large. the album and track organization structure is very complex. The album name, track title and ID3 tag do not appear correctly. Use a disc that conforms with ISO9660 level 1, level 2, Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format. The disc ID3 tag is not ver. 1 or ver. 2. Only up to 30 characters of ID3 tags are displayed. The characters that can be displayed by this unit are as follows: Alphabet letters Numbers (0 to 9) Symbols (< > * + , / [ ] \ _) Other characters may not be displayed correctly.
Sound comes from only one channel, or the left and right volumes are unbalanced. Check the speaker connections and placement.
LOCKED appears. Contact your Aiwa dealer or local authorized Aiwa service facility. The disc does not eject. Consult your nearest Aiwa dealer. Play does not start. Check whether a disc is loaded. (The disc indicator lights up when a disc is loaded.) Wipe the disc clean (page 35). Replace the disc. Insert the disc that this system can play. Insert the disc correctly. Insert the disc in the slot with the label side facing right. Remove the disc and wipe away the moisture on the disc, then leave the system turned on for a few hours until the moisture evaporates. Press N (or CD N on the unit) to start play. Disc access takes a long time. Set CD POWER ON by CD power manage function (page 14).
Severe hum or noise/stations cannot be received. Set the proper band and frequency (page 13). Connect the antenna properly (page 8). Find a place and an orientation that provide good reception, then set up the antenna again. If you cannot obtain good reception, we recommend you connect a commercially available external antenna. The supplied FM lead antenna receives signals along its entire length, so make sure you extend it fully. Keep the antennas away from the system and other components. Consult your nearest Aiwa dealer if the supplied AM antenna has come off the plastic stand. Try turning off surrounding electrical equipment. Set CD POWER OFF by CD power manage function (page 14). A stereo FM program cannot be received in stereo. Press FM MODE until MONO disappears in the display. Noise is heard while loading/removing a disc. Change the location of the AM antenna.
There is no sound. Refer to General item There is no sound. (page 30) and check the condition of the system. Connect the component properly (page 28) while checking: if the cords are connected properly. if the cord plugs are firmly inserted all the way. Turn on the connected component. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the connected component and start playing. Press FUNCTION repeatedly (or MD* on the unit) to select MD (page 29). * AWP-ZP1 only The sound is distorted. Set the volume of the connected component lower.
If the system still does not operate properly after performing the above measures, reset the system as follows:
40 W 0.3 W (in Power Saving mode) North American and Korean models: 40 W Other models: 45 W Dimensions (w/h/d) incl. projecting parts and controls Amplifier/Tuner/CD section: Approx. 108 224.8 327.1 mm Speakers: Approx. 223 mm Mass Amplifier/Tuner/CD section AWP-ZP5: Approx. 4.4 kg AWP-ZP3/ZP1: Approx. 4.2 kg Speakers: Approx. 3.8 kg net per speaker Supplied accessories Remote commander (1) R6 (size AA) batteries (2) AM loop antenna (1) FM lead antenna (1) Speaker cables (2) USB cable (except for AWP-ZP1) (1) USB Hub Port Information (AWP-ZP5 only) (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
List of button locations and reference pages
How to use this page
Use this page to find the location of buttons and other parts of the system that are mentioned in the text.
Illustration number r TUNER/BAND 41)6 (13, R Name of button/part
R Reference page
ALPHABETICAL ORDER AO PZ BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS
ALBUM + qs (11, 12) ALBUM qh (11, 12) Disc slot 8 (10) Display window 2 FUNCTION qj (8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 26, 29) i-Bass 0 (17, 32) MD1) 6 (29)
PC2) 3 (23, 26) PHONES jack qd Remote sensor 5 TUNER/BAND 41)6 (13, 15) TUNING +/ 9 (13, 15) USB hub ports3) qf (27, 28) USB STATUS lamp3) qg (27) VOLUME control qa (26)
?/1 (power) 1 (8, 14, 23, 32) CD N (play) 31)4 (11) Z (eject) 7 (8, 10).m (go back/rewind) 9 (11, 14) M> (fast forward/go forward) 9 (8, 11, 14, 15) X (pause) qk (11) x (stop) ql (11, 14)
1) 2) 3)
AWP-ZP1 only Except for AWP-ZP1 AWP-ZP5 only
ql qk qj
qh qg qf
ALPHABETICAL ORDER AH IZ BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS
ALBUM +/ 8 (11, 12) CD qf (10, 12, 14, 15) CLEAR qh (13) CLOCK/TIMER SELECT ql (19) CLOCK/TIMER SET 2 (9, 18) DISPLAY qk (16, 20) ENTER 8 (9, 12, 14, 18) EQ 8 (17) FM MODE 6 (16) FUNCTION w; (10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 26, 29)
i-Bass 8 (17) Number buttons qj (11) PC* qg (23, 26) PC MIXING* 4 (17) PLAY MODE 7 (11, 12) REPEAT 6 (12) SLEEP 3 (18) TUNER BAND qs (13, 15) TUNER MEMORY 5 (14) TUNING MODE 7 (13, 15) TUNING +/ 8 (13, 15) VOLUME +/ 0 (18, 26)
?/1 (power) 1 (8, 14, 18, 23, 32)./> (go back/go forward) 8 (9, 11, 14, 18) m/M (rewind/fast forward) 8 (11) N (play) 9 (11) x (stop) qa (11, 14) X (pause) qd (11) * This button is not available for AWP-ZP1.
w; ql qk qj qh
3 ql qk qj qh
qg qf qd qs
qf qs qd w;
Sony Corporation Printed in China
Ver 1.0 2004. 05
US Model Canadian Model AEP Model UK Model E Model
AWP-ZP5 is composed of the following models. As service manuals are issued for each component model, please refer to them.
COMPONENT MODEL NAME
AWP-ZP5 COMPACT DISC RECEIVER SPEAKER SYSTEM CX-LZP5 SSX-LZP5
Supplied accessories Remote commander (1) R6 (size AA) batteries (2) AM loop antenna (1) FM lead antenna (1) Speaker cables (2) USB cable (1)
Part No. Description Remark
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
1-478-590-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RM-Z20054W) (WHITE).(WHITE) 1-478-591-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RM-Z20054B) (BLACK).(BLACK) 1-754-102-31 ANTENNA, LOOP (AM) 1-754-243-11 ANTENNA (FM) 1-823-704-11 CORD, CONNECTION (USB) 1-827-378-11 4-253-925-11 4-253-925-21 4-253-925-31 4-253-925-41 CORD (for SPEAKER) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (CND,AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (AEP,E51) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN,ITALIAN,CZECH, HUNGARIAN,POLISH,RUSSIAN) (AEP)
NOTE: Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example : KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) R R Parts Color Cabinets Color Abbreviation CND : Canadian model E51 : Chilean and Peruvian model
MICRO HiFi COMPONENT SYSTEM
2004E04-1 2004. 05
Home Audio Company Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
SE245 DUO FS752TPS TSX-120 AL1515 Phks 1450 HTS3410D YST-SW215 6802BV 1200DN KH 4402 I325IS TF1252E CFC717W WM-60A SH-S202N Latitude D600 RS20ncsl SA-AX6 Kasparov GX-1L SP-404 GN 2100 MAX 220 K6743 Systems Booklet LD-1420T1 L19H01CB LT-20E50SU RM-X11M WF-S5700PPK Navigator 7 KLV-32M400A N610C SPD-20 Sedan YDP-160 140 Efah08W Yamaha MR10 Minolta 7060 ATI VGA DVP5140 DRH-8435 1 0 VSX-819H TCP54S2 Motorola H560 CT250 Photo 6240T SW Fostex PM-2 XRS9685 SR-L628EV 1515F Stylist P4500-P3200-p1600 1900-203 Vaci-5300plus A780L3L Commander Review MS-1355 CPD-E500 SX-650 EC160 ALL-IN-ONE B-510DN Doro BM48 DDP-2 Adapter At WAR DP43TF 42PFL3603D Series S75340KG98 Mediadisk ZX Elura 65 ICD-BP120 CR-96 Indianapolis Sharp GX20 TA1600 SGH-J808 Switch BMW R45 NA-FOX Wg100 B DVD01 Ericsson T68I 14PF6826 Puppy D5855XO MCM510 CMC19410 SE-9600 PS-P2 6 53 CWH X3470 Ixus 105 CT-27G5B VGN-B1XP
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