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Connection of the System Accessories. 6 Connection of Options (Optional Parts).. 8
System connection (XD-5.series).. 10
Connection of the System Accessories. 10 Connection of Options (Optional Parts). 12
R.D.S. (Radio Data System) (Except for some areas)... 39
Searching for a desired program type (PTY search).. 40 To be able to listen to the desired information at any time... 42
Controls and indicators... 14
Main Unit... 14 Display... 16 Remote control Unit... 17
Convenient CD recording.. 44
Selection of the convenient CD recording type. 44 Recording only desired titles (CD ONE TRACK RECORD).. 45 Recording of an entire CD (CD RECORD)... 46 Giving preference to the tape length over the title sequence (CD EDIT)... 47 Recording the programmed titles (CD PGM RECORD).. 48
Operation of remote control unit. 18
CHANNEL SPACE setting.. 18
Let's put out some sound.. 20
Basic use method.. 20 Playback of CD.. 22 Playback of tape.. 24 Searching for the desired music program (DPSS). 27 Receiving broadcast station.. 28
Effective Sound Adjustment.. 49
Adjustment of balance and input level. 49 Listening with the desired sound (equalizer function).. 50 Enjoying Sound Field Effects.. 52 Enjoying Karaoke (Except for some areas).. 53
Let's record.. 30
Recording (Deck B only).. 30 Copying tape (Tape dubbing).. 33
Clock adjustment... 54 Timer operation.. 55
Sleep timer (SLEEP).. 55 Operate easy To use Timer (Operate easy To use Timer:O.T.T.).. 55 Timer programming.. 56
Important Items.. 59
Maintenance... 59 Reference... 59
In case of difficulty.. 60 Specifications.. 63
3D Wide FL display
The easy to see graphical display features a large spectrum analyzer. A running indicator shows the operations such as CD playback and skipping at a glance.
Easy to operate, new multi control jog dial
The jog dial makes possible easy setup of CD playback, timer recording/playback and other operations while monitoring the displayed information. The same operation is also available on the remote control unit.
Malfunction of microcomputer
If operation is not possible or erroneous display appears even though all connections have been made properly, reset the microcomputer referring to In case of difficulty.
AM loop antenna
The supplied antenna is for indoor use. Place it as far as possible from the main system, TV set, speaker cords and power cord, and set it to a direction which provides the best reception. Europe and U.K.
GND FM 300 AM
R AUX OUTPUT FM 75 SURROUND OFF
GND R AUX INPUT AUX INPUT LEVEL FM 300 AM
SURROUND SPEAKERS (6-16)
SUB WOOFER SPEAKERS (12-16)
FRONT SPEAKERS (6-16)
DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL
To wall AC outlet
Speaker and TV installation
If there is a magnet or other device generating magnetic force nearby, interaction between the magnet and speaker may cause color blotching onthe TV. If this happens, move the speaker at least 20 cm away from the TV set.
Caution regarding placement
To maintain proper ventilation, be sure to leave a space around the unit (from the largest outer dimensions including projections) equal to, or greater than, shown below. rear panel: 10 cm
FM indoor antenna
The accessory antenna is for temporary indoor use only. For stable signal reception we recommend using an outdoor antenna. Remove the indoor antenna if you connect one outdoors.
1 Strip the coating from the tip of cord and twist the conductor. 2 Connect to the antenna terminal. 3 Locate the position providing good reception condition. 4 Fix the antenna.
The external view is variable depending on the model and marketing destination area.
Before connecting the Front Speakers
Stick the supplied front speaker pads to the bottom of the front speakers to stabilize the speakers and prevent them from slipping.
Press to switch the receiving band.
Switches the tuning mode.
8 TIMER key
Used for time adjustment, timer setting, etc.
( PHONES terminal
For connection of a headphone (optional).
9 SET key 0 SOUND key/Indicator
Used for the equalizer mode setting, etc.
Used for setting of various modes or establishing a selection.
Cassette deck unit
) A deck cassette holder DOLBY NR key
Dolby noise reduction ON/OFF switching is executed. Press the area marked 0 PUSH OPEN to load or eject a tape.
REV. MODE key B deck cassette holder
Cassette deck operation keys Play (2 3) keys Stop (7) key Fast forward and rewind (1 ) keys A/B key REC/ARM key
The reverse mode of the deck (both sides, repeated, one side) is switched. Press the area marked 0 PUSH OPEN to load or eject a tape.
Press to select the deck to be operated. Used as the beat cancel key during recording of AM broadcasting.
Press to start recording. Pressing the key during recording stops it after leaving a non-recorded space (blank) of about 4 seconds.
CD player unit
DISC SELECTOR key
The disc for playback (or recording) is selected.
OPEN/CLOSE (0) key
The disc tray is opened and closed.
DISC SKIP key Disc tray
Three discs can be stored.
The disc for playback (or recording) is selected. This is also used for insertion of a CD to the inside of the disc tray.
CD operation keys Play/pause (6) key Stop (7) key Skip (4 ) keys
(The displays given in this manual are approximations only. They may differ from what actually appears on the display.)
TP TA PTY NEWS INFO.
** * * ** ** * *
P.B.C. STEREO ECHO
O.T.T. PROG.12 SLEEP
1 RDS-related indicators (Provided except for some areas) 2 Tuner and applied CD operation indicators
6 Cassette deck indicators
This section contains the cassette deck operation indicators. The indicated information includes the tape reverse mode and tape transport direction.
& MUTE key
This is used to mute the sound temporarily.
* MENU key
Used to switch the function of the MULTI CONTROL keys. The function items that can be selected with the MULTI CONTROL keys are variable depending on the current operation status. Items such as CD PGM, DUBBING, SOUND, DISPLAY, TIMER and MODE are selected using keys ). Europe and U.K. : RC-701R Other countries : RC-701 Model: See left. Infrared ray system.
( CD play/pause (6) key Stop (7) key ) MULTI CONTROL/VOLUME keys
The left and right keys have the same functions as the MULTI CONTROL jog dial on the amplifier/tuner unit. The top and bottom keys are used to adjust the volume. )
1 RDS-related keys (Except for the RC-701) TA/NEWS/INFO. key RDS DISP. key
Used for automatic reception of transmissions of a certain content. The display contents are switched during reception of RDS broadcasts.
This is used to specify the program type when searching for a station.
Operation of remote control unit
1 Remove the cover. 2 Insert batteries. 3 Close the cover.
Insert two R6 (AA-size) batteries following the polarity indications.
Plug the power cord into the mains power outlet and press the on/standby ( POWER) key of the remote control unit to turn power ON. After the power has been turned ON, press the desired key. POWER) To turn power off, press the on/standby ( key again. The system enters the standby mode in which only the time display is lit.
When pressing more than one remote control keys successively, press the keys securely by leaving an interval of 1 second or more between keys.
Operating range (approx.)
1. The provided batteries are intended for use in operation checking, and their service life may be short. 2. When the remote controllable distance becomes short, replace both of the batteries with new ones. 3. If direct sunlight or the light of a high- frequency fluorescent lamp (inverter type, etc.) is incident to the remote sensor, malfunction may occur. In such a case, change the installation position to avoid malfunction.
CHANNEL SPACE setting
(Except for the U.S.A., Canada, U.K. Europe and Australia)
1 Turn power off.
2 Select the channel space.
The space between radio channels has been set to the one that prevails in the area to which the system is shipped. However, if the current channel space setting does not match the setting in the area where the system is to be used, for instance when you move from area 1 or area 2 shown in the following table or vice versa, proper reception of AM/FM (SW/MW/FM) broadcasts cannot be expected. In this case, change the channel space setting in accordance with your area by referring to the following table.
For Europe and U.K. (during FM reception)
AUTO M EM O
MEMORY is displayed during AM (MW) reception. Other countries
ME M O RY
One-by-one presetting (manual preset)
1 Press the ENTER key during reception.
With priority for FM, a maximum of 40 stations is preset automatically. When there are many stations and the intended station has not been preset, please also use One-by-one presetting (manual preset). The stations which have been preset manually are overwritten.
Presetting is cancelled when no operation is executed for 10 seconds or more.
2 Select one of the preset numbers from 1 to 40.
Presetting is cancelled when no operation is executed for 5 seconds or more.
03 F M 89 O 0
3 Press the ENTER key again.
Repeat steps 123 to preset other stations. If several stations are preset under the same number, the previous memory is replaced with the latest memory contents.
Example when an FM station is received
Example when an SW station is received
04 s W O 0
Select the tuning mode.
Lights during stereo reception The TUNED indicator lights when a station is received.
Each press alternates the mode. 1 AUTO lit (Auto tuning) 2 AUTO not lit (Manual tuning)
Lights during auto tuning.
Use the manual tuning mode when reception is noisy due to weak reception. (In the manual mode, stereo broadcasts are received in monaural.)
Normally, use the AUTO (Auto tuning) mode.
When a key is held depressed, preset stations will be skipped at an interval of about 0.5 second. Preset stations can also be recalled using the numeric keys of the remote control unit.
Recording (Deck B only)
Note that this cassette deck cannot record onto Metal tapes.
When equalizer or another effect is applied to the sound, the sound with the applied effect can be recorded. p
1. Load a tape in deck B.
1 Open the door of deck B. 2 Insert a tape. 3 Close the door.
Differentiation between normal (TYPE ) and high (TYPE ) tape is set automatically. Remove tape slack before loading. (Except for some areas) When the microphone is not used, set the MIC VOL. control knob fully counterclockwise to the minimum position.
2. Select the tape transport direction.
To reverse the transport direction 1 Press the play key corresponding to the desired direction. 2 Stop playback (by pressing the & key).
When recording is started, the tape is transported in the direction selected in this step. Wind the tape to the position where recording is to be started. Check the tape transport direction indicator.
3. Set the recording condition.
1 Select the reverse mode. 2 Select the Dolby NR mode.
Selection of the reverse mode
PS (Program Service Name) Display : (See below.)
When an RDS broadcast is received, the station name is automatically displayed.
03 F M5 0
EON (Enhanced Other Network) :
Some functions may not be provided or be given different names depending on countries or areas.
When the information to be received is set in advance and any RDS station in the same network starts broadcasting of such information, the reception automatically will be switched to that station.
Note before the use of RDS
To receive RDS stations, you have to preset RDS stations using the auto preset function. The auto preset function presets the RDS stations in priority. Flashing NO DATA will be displayed when no RDS station has been preset with this function.
Set the receiving band to FM and preset RDS stations with the auto preset function.
To switch the display contents
Pressing the RDS DISPLAY key changes the display contents. Display mode priority ranking When an RDS broadcast is received : 1 PS (Program Service Name) Display : When an RDS broadcast is received, the station name is automatically displayed. If no PS data was sent, NO PS is displayed.
2 Frequency Display : The frequency of the current station is displayed.
01 F M5 0
Searching for a desired program type (PTY search)
By specifying the type of program (genre) you want to listen to, the tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broadcasting a program of the specified type.
Set the reception band to FM. Preset RDS stations with the auto preset function.
1 Select the PTY search mode.
When an RDS broadcast is received, the program type is shown on the display. If no PTY data is available, or if the station is not an RDS station, NONE is displayed.
2 Select the desired program type.
Use program type table on the right for your convenience.
Program type table A4 keys B
4 DOWN 22 23
ATo select using the P.CALL (4 ) keys
Program Type Name
Pop Music Rock Music *M.O.R. Music Light Classical Serious Classical Other Music News Current Affairs Information Sport Education Drama Culture Science Varied Weather Finance Childrens programmes Social affairs Religion Phone in Travel Leisure Jazz music Conutry music National music Oldies music Folk music Documentary
POP M ROCK M M.O.R. M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M NEWS AFFAIRS INFO SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE SCIENCE VARIED WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL A RELIGION PHONE IN TRAVEL LEISURE JAZZ COUNTRY NATION M OLDIES FOLK M DOCUMENT
Select while PTY is lit.
The P.CALL (4 ) keys can be used to select one of the 29 program types by displaying them in sequence. Press and hold the key and release it when the desired program type appears.
BTo select using the numeric keys
The numeric keys can be used to specify the desired program type directly by selecting a number between 01 and 28. Example: To select 23: Press 003.
*M.O.R. Music (Middle of the Road Music)
3 Start the search.
When searching for a Rock Music broadcast Display while the tuner is searching.
Program type name display.
Press the key again during search to cancel it. When a station is received.
Station name display.
To change to a different program type :
Repeat steps 1, 2, 3. No sound is heard while PTY is blinking. If a program of the desired type cannot be found, NO PROG is displayed, then after several seconds the display returns to the original display. If a program of the desired type is found, that program is received and the program type name display changes temporarily to the frequency display, and then to the station name display.
Application section Knowledge sections
To be able to listen to the desired information at any time
By using the EON function, which manages the information of other stations, listening to desired information like traffic information or news etc. can be reserved even when it is not being transmitted at the present. When listening to a station with the EONdisplay lit and another station of the same network starts to broadcast an information program for which a reservation has been made, then that station will be selected automatically. When the desired information program ends, return is made to the original program.
Set the reception band to FM.
1 Auto preset the stations.
1 Receive a broadcast. 2 Keep the AUTO key pressed (2 sec or longer).
This is not required when auto presetting has already been executed.
When all 40 stations have already been preset by the procedure for One-by-one presetting, the EON function will not operate. Auto presetting must be used. The EON data presently being broadcasted are taken in automatically.
2 Select the desired information.
Each press switches the modes as follows. 3 4
TA.. Traffic Announcement NEWS. News INFO.. Information Display not lit. EON cancelled
Lights with a station broadcasting traffic announcement programs. Lights when INFO. is selected
Please execute automatic presetting when TA, NEWS, and INFO. can not be selected.
1 Press the DUBBING key.
2 Select CD RECORD.
2 Press SET.
CD RECORD CD EDIT CD PGM RECORD TAPE DUBBING (Only when the selected input is TAPE and tapes are present in both decks A and B)
CD R EC OR D
Press the ENTER Key.
Recording of CD starts at the same time as playback. At the end of tape, the music is not recorded on the leader tape portion. If you do not want any music to be interrupted in the middle, refer to Recording and start recording of side B with the interrupted track.
Giving preference to the tape length over the title sequence
When the tape recording time is specified, recording is executed with changing the title sequence so that no title will be interrupted when the tape direction is changed at the end of one side.
(Steps 1 to 3) (For the reverse mode, select p (two-way recording).)
2 Select CD EDIT and press the SET key.
3 Select a disc and press the SET key.
CD ONE TRACK RECORD (Only during CD playback) CD RECORD CD EDIT CD PGM RECORD TAPE DUBBING (Only when the selected input is TAPE and tapes are present in both decks A and B)
CD E DI T
Even if the disc has already been selected, select the disc again.
4 Set the tape length (recording time) and press the ENTER key.
Automatic editing of tape sides A and B
5 Start edit recording.
EDIT A T 01
The tape and CD stop automatically when recording has completed. Press the stop (7) key to stop recording in the middle.
Press the CD PGM key twice to cancel CD EDIT.
If you commit an error in the time entry, restart the procedure from step 1.
Depending on the combination of conditions from CD contents (number of titles and length of the titles) and tape recording time, interruption of a title may not be avoidable. In such a case, the respective title will not be recorded.
Recording the programmed titles (CD PGM RECORD)
2 Select CD PGM RECORD.
3 Program the desired tracks.
1 Select tracks in the order you want to play them.
Equalizer patterns which can be recalled ROCK. Rock music POP.. Pop music CLASSIC. Classic music JAZZ.. Jazz music MANUAL EQ1 MANUAL EQ2 MANUAL EQ3 EQ. OFF.. Canceled. SOURCE DIRECT. For simple audio reproduction by defeating the EX.BASS and SRS 3D circuits.
3 Select the desired equalizer pattern.
4 Press the ENTER key.
On the remote control unit, each press of the EQ. ON/OFF key switches the on/off of equalizer patterns. To cancel the equalizer effect, select EQ.OFF or press the EQ. ON/ OFF key of the remote control unit.
Switching the spectrum analyzer display mode
1 Press the DISPLAY key.
Example of reference mode display
2 Select the DISPLAY mode.
DISPLAY AUTO DISPLAY 1 DISPLAY 2 (Normal display) DISPLAY 3
3 Press the ENTER key.
When DISPLAY AUTO is selected, the display mode is switched in sequence from 1 to 3 every time a track changes during CD playback.
Creation and memorizing of an equalizer pattern
You can edit desired patterns manually and store them in memory. 1 Switch on the equalizer mode.
2 Select the number to be used for storage. (MANUAL EQ1 ~ EQ3)
ROCK POP CLASSIC JAZZ MANUAL EQ1 MANUAL EQ2 MANUAL EQ3 EQ. OFF SOURCE DIRECT
MA N U AL E Q 1
3 Adjust the equalizer pattern.
1. Adjust the level.
LO W LE VE L
To decrease the level 2. Press the SET key. To increase the level
LEVE L +8
The LOW, MID and HIGH frequency bands can be adjusted independently by repeating step 3 for each of them.
Each frequency band can be adjusted in the range between -8 and +8.
4 Store the pattern in memory.
Wait until LEVEL ?? or ENTER is displayed before pressing the key. (?? = -8 to +8)
Enjoying Sound Field Effects
Experiencing SRS 3D (Sound Retrieval System)
The Sound Retrieval System is an epochal system which produces a three-dimensional sound space by applying the most suitable processing to the sound signal on the basis of the human listening mechanism. This permits real depth and sound location, considered as difficult to realize with conventional 2-channel stereo (general stereo). A sufficient effect can be obtained for any source (CD, tape, broadcasts, etc.). Recording with applied SRS 3D also is possible. 1 Set SRS 3D to ON.
To decrease the figure
To increase the figure
2 Press the ENTER key.
Sleep timer (SLEEP) Operate easy To use Timer (O.T.T.)
The power is turned OFF automatically after the specified period has elapsed. Playback of the selected input source starts at the specified time, and the power is switched off after one hour. This timer operates only once directly after setting.
Timer playback, timer recording (PROG.1, PROG.2)
With each of the two timer programs, a selected source can be played (or radio broadcast can be recorded) in the previously set time period.
AI timer playback (PROG.1, PROG.2)
When timer playback starts, the volume increases gradually.
AUTO POWER SAVE
When the power is ON and neither recording nor playback is executed for 30 minutes or more, the power is switched off automatically by this function.
Sleep timer (SLEEP)
Set the number of minutes after which the power is to be turned OFF. 1 Press the TIMER key.
2 Select SLEEP and press the SET key.
sLEE P TI M E sLEEP
The displayed time changes in 10-minute steps. The maximum time that can be set is 90 minutes. The power is turned OFF automatically after the set time has elapsed.
3 Set the time and press the ENTER key.
Turn the unit off or select SLEEP OFF and press the ENTER key.
Operate easy To use Timer (Operate easy To use Timer : O.T.T.)
Timer playback can be set with a simple operation of just setting the time. With this function, the last source selected before turning power off can be played by the timer. The power turned ON by the timer is switched off automatically in an hour after the timer playback starts.
1 Select the desired source and adjust the volume. 2 Press the TIMER key.
The program timer does not operate until O.T.T. operation has ended. At the time of tape playback by timer operation, the B deck has priority.
3 Select O.T.T. and press the SET key.
A M7 O 0
4 Set the ON time and press the ENTER key.
The ON time can be set in steps of 5 minutes.
If you are in the middle of time setting, press the TIMER key. If the O.T.T. operation has already been started, turn the unit off.
The time is returned.
The time is advanced.
5 Switch OFF the power supply.
Adjust the clock before setting the timer. Timer operation
Two 24-hour timer systems (PROG.1, PROG.2) (which can be used every day) and a sleep timer system (which works only once) are available. In each of PROG.1 and PROG.2, the timer data including the operating period and played contents can be set and selected to be activated or not as required.
Timer reservation is possible for the two types PROG.1 and PROG. 2 at the same time. Please make reservations with an interval of at least one minute, so that the operation times of PROG. 1 and PROG. 2 do not overlap.
If you made a mistake during timer setting: Select RETURN in the time setting or selection item and press the SET or ENTER key. (This makes it possible to the previous step so the current step can be restarted.)
1 Make preparations for the play (recording).
To listen to radio To listen to CD To listen to tape Playing the auxiliary input source For recording
The station should be preset prior to the above.
Insert a disc. (Program playback is not possible.)
Set a tape into deck B. Make timer setting of the component connected to the AUX jacks.
Make preparations for recording.
Select the disc to be played (1, 2 or 3).
The B deck has priority at the time of timer playback.
2 Adjust the listening volume.
3 Press the TIMER key.
When the timer function is used for timer recording of an input source, the speakers do not output the audio even after the unit is turned on by the timer.
4 Select a program No. and press the SET key.
SLEEP TIME SET O.T.T. PROG. ON/OFF PROG.1. Program 1 PROG.2. Program 2 AUTO POWER SAVE
5 Enter the ON time.
The selected program No. lights. If a program No. under which a timer program has already been reserved, it is replaced by the new timer program.
After entering the figure of hour with the procedure in 1 and 2, enter the figure of minute using the same procedure.
AUX (external input) sound is not produced. Sub-woofer sound is not produced. Sound is not output in the TUNER mode.
The AUX INPUT LEVEL control on the rear panel is set to MIN. The LEVEL control is set to OFF. Sound is not output when the radio wave is weak (DEMO ON). The speaker cords are short-circuited. The speaker cords are disconnected. There was a power failure. The power cord was unplugged from the outlet. The present time has not been adjusted or there was a power failure. The timer ON time and OFF time have not been set. The timer execution was not set up. The antennas have not been connected. A proper broadcasting band has not been selected. The frequency of the station to be received is not tuned. Car ignition noise. Influence of an electric appliance. A TV set is installed near the system.
The character display blinks and sound is not produced. Sound is not produced from the left or right speakers. The clock display shows - - : - -.
R R R Y I
Timer operation is not possible.
Radio stations cannot be received.
A station has been preset but it cannot be received by pressing the P.CALL key.
The frequency of the preset station is not tunable. The preset memory has been cleared because the power cord has been unplugged for a long period. The power plug was unplugged from the outlet while the power switch was ON, or there was a power failure.
Preset stations with tunable frequencies. Preset stations again.
Demonstration starts suddenly.
This is not malfunction. Press the MODE/ DEMO key to cancel the demontration.
No operation occurs when an operation key is pressed.
The MULTI CONTROL setting mode is activated.
Cancel the MULTI CONTROL setting mode.
Sound cannot be produced by pressing the play key or no operation occurs even when an operation key is pressed.
The head is dirty. The tape is wound too tight due to irregular winding. A nonrecorded tape is played. The cassette holder is not closed completely. The operation key is pressed immediately after closing the cassette holder. The operation key is pressed in less than 4 seconds after turning the power ON. A tape is not inserted in the unit. The tape is wound too tight due to irregular winding. The tape is fully wound to one of the reels. The tape used is not suitable for DPSS, for example the spaces between tunes may be too short. This is due to the difference in the tape length or characteristics of the mechanisms of two cassette decks. The key is pressed during recording or playback. The microcomputer is malfunctioning due to external noise. The head is dirty. The tape is stretched or shrunk. The tape being played was recorded with distorted sound. A tape recorded using the equalizer or SRS 3D level effect is played using the equalizer effect again. The AUX INPUT LEVEL is set too high. The tape head is magnetized. External noise is induced. A tape recorded with Dolby NR ON is played with Dolby NR OFF.
Place the disc properly, with the label side facing upward. Place the disc properly. Clean the disc referring to Disc handling precautions. Try another disc. Refer to Caution on condensation and remove the condensation by evaporation. Place a disc in the CD player. Press the play key. Clean the disc referring to Disc handling precautions. Try another disc. Clean the disc referring to Disc handling precautions. Try another disc. Install the unit in a place not subject to vibrations.
5 O 5 5
The disc is dirty. The disc is scratched. The player is subject to vibration.
IN MOST CASES IT IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT TO MAKE COPIES OF TAPES OR DISCS WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNERS. ANYONE WISHING TO COPY COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TAPES OR DISC SHOULD CONTACT THE MECHANICAL COPYRIGHT PROTECTION SOCIETY LIMITED OR THE PERFORMING RIGHTS SOCIETY LIMITED.
[ Cassette deck section ]
Track... 4-track, 2-channel stereo Recording system.. AC bias system (Frequency: 105 kHz) Heads A deck Playback head... 1 B deck Playback / recording head.. 1 Erasing head... 1 Motors... 2 Fast winding time.. Approx. 115 seconds (C-60 tape)
[ Amplifier section ]
(RXD-A8/RXD-7.Series) Rated power output (U.S.A. and Canada) 100 watts per channel minimum RMS, both channels driven, at 6 form 40 Hz to 14 kHz with no more than 0.9 % total harmonic distortion. Effective output power during STEREO operation U.S.A. and Canada FRONT (1 kHz, 0.9 % T.H.D., 6 ). 100 W + 100 W Sub woofer (60 Hz, 0.9 % T.H.D., 12 // 12 ). 100 W Other countories FRONT (1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 ).. 135 W + 135 W Sub woofer (60 Hz, 10 % T.H.D., 12 // 12 ). 135 W Rated output power during STEREO operation Europe, U.K. and Russia (DIN) 1 kHz, 0.7 % T.H.D., 6 .. 100 W + 100 W Other countories 1 kHz, 1.0 % T.H.D., 6 ... 115 W + 115 W (RXD-A5/RXD-5.Series) Rated power output (U.S.A. and Canada) 70 watts per channel minimum RMS, both channels driven, at 6 form 40 Hz to 14 kHz with no more than 0.9 % total harmonic distortion. Effective output power during STEREO operation 1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6 .. 100 W + 100 W Rated output power during STEREO operation Europe, U.K. and Russia (DIN) 1 kHz, 0.7 % T.H.D., 6 .. 80 W + 80 W Other countories 1 kHz, 1.0 % T.H.D., 6 ... 95 W + 95 W Signal to noise ratio AUX... 90 dB Input sensitivity / inpedance AUX.. 400 mV / 47 k MIC 1, 2 (Except for some arears). 2.5 mV / 22 k Output level / impedance AUX (Except for U.S.A. and Canada). 1.2 V / 3.3 k (RXD-A5/RXD-5.Series) SUPER WOOFER PREOUT.. 1.8 V / 3.3 k
[ CD player section ]
Laser... Semiconductor laser Wow & Flutter.. Less than unmeasurable Limit (Except for U.S.A. and Canada) Digital output (Optical).. - 15 dBm ~ - 21 dBm (Wave length 660 nm)
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