Onkyo Carry ON Music Manual
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1. Recording Copyright Recording of copyrighted material for other than personal use is illegal without permission of the copyright holder. 2. Power manufactures who sell Laser Products must maintain records of written communications between the manufacturer, dealers and customers concerning radiation safety. If you have any complaints about instructions or explanations affecting the use of this product, please feel free to write to the address on the back page of this manual. When you write us, please include the model number and serial number of your unit. In compliance with Federal Regulations, the certification, identification and the period of manufacture are indicated on the rear panel.
BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE UNIT FOR THE FIRST TIME, READ THE FOLLOWING SECTION CAREFULLY. The voltage of the available power supply differs according to country or region. Be sure that the power supply voltage of the area where this unit will be used meets the required voltage (e.g., AC 230 V, 50 Hz or AC 120 V, 60 Hz) written on the rear panel. Turning off the standby button does not shut off the power completely. So the power cord should be removed from the AC outlet when the unit is not used for a prolonged time. 3. Do not touch this unit with wet hands Do not handle this unit or power cord when your hands are wet or damp. If water or any other liquid enters the case, take this unit to an authorized service center for inspection. 4. Location of this unit Place this unit in a well-ventilated location. Take special care to provide plenty of ventilation on all sides of this unit especially when it is placed in an audio rack. If ventilation is blocked, this unit may overheat and malfunction. Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight or heating units as this units internal temperature may rise and shorten the life of the pickup. Avoid damp and dusty places and places directly affected by vibrations from the speakers. In particular, avoid placing the unit on or above one of the speakers. Be sure this unit is placed in a horizontal position. Never place it on its side or on a slanted surface as it may malfunction. Do not place near tuners or TV sets. If placed next to a TV or tuner, it may cause reception interference resulting in some noise in the TV or tuner output. 5. Care From time to time you should wipe the front and rear panels and the cabinet with a soft cloth. For heavier dirt, dampen a soft cloth in a weak solution of mild detergent and water, wring it out dry, and wipe off the dirt. Following this, dry immediately with a clean cloth. Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol or other chemical solvents or cloths since these could damage the finish or remove the panel lettering. 6. Points to remember If this unit is brought from a cold environment to a warm one or is in a cold room that is quickly heated, condensation may form on the pickup, preventing proper operation. In this case, remove the disc and leave the power ON for about one hour to remove the condensation. When transporting this unit, be careful not to bump it.
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. For U.S. model The laser is covered by a housing which prevents exposure during operation or maintenance. However, this product is classified as a Laser Product by CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological Health) which is a department of the Food and Drug Administration. According to their regulations 21 CFR section 1002.30, all
For Canadian model NOTE: THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003. For models having a power cord with a polarized plug: CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT. Modele pour les Canadien REMARQUE: CET APPAREIL NUMRIQUE DE LA CLASSE B EST CONFORME LA NORME NMB-003 DU CANADA. Sur les modles dont la fiche est polarise: ATTENTION: POUR VITER LES CHOCS LECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQUAU FOND. For European model This unit contains a semiconductor laser system and is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. So, to use this model properly, read this Instruction Manual carefully. In case of any trouble, please contact the store where you purchased the unit. To prevent being exposed to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This label on the rear panel states that: 1. This unit is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT and employs a laser inside the cabinet. 2. To prevent the laser from being exposed, do not remove the cover. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. For British model Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this unit should be performed only by qualified service personnel. IMPORTANT The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue : Neutral Brown : Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. IMPORTANT A 5 ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5 amperes and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME, THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 ampere SOCKET. If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
Before using Important Safeguards... 2 Precautions.. 3 Contents.. 5 Main Features.. 6 Supplied accessories... 7 Before using this unit... 7
Installing the remote controller batteries.. 7 Using the remote controller... 7
Erasing tracks recorded on the HDD. 30
Erasing a track... 30 Erasing an entire group.. 31
Creating a play list.. 32
Creating a play list... 32
Listening to tracks using a play list. 34
Listening to tracks using a play list. 34 Stopping the playback.. 34 Selecting the track you want to listen to. 34 Reversing and fast forwarding.. 34 Playing tracks in a play list in random order.. 35 Playing tracks in a play list repeatedly. 35 Exiting the play list playback mode. 35
Facilities and connections Parts names and functions.. 8 Connecting the MB-S1.. 12
Connecting to other components.. 13
Editing the play lists... 36
Naming a play list... 36 Moving a track within a play list.. 37 Deleting a track in a play list... 37 Deleting a play list... 38
Notes on CD and the internal hard disk drive. 14 Rules for recording digital input. 15 Operation Understanding the basic operations before using the MB-S1.. 16
Turning on the power... 18 Switching the CD player and HDD. 18 Opening the CD tray.. 18
Using various playback features. 39
Playing track in sorted order.. 39 Marking a track as you favorite (FAVORITE IT function). 40 Playing your favorite tracks only.. 40 About combination of play modes.. 41 Displaying track information... 41
Using timer functions.. 42
Setting a timer... 42
Setting date and time.. 19
Setting date and time.. 19 Displaying the date and time (Remote controller only). 19
Specifications... 44 Carry Tunes Overview of the supplied Carry Tunes software. 45 System Requirements.. 46 Setting the PC... 46
Installing the device driver.. 46 Confirming the installation of the device driver. 50
Listening to an audio CD or CD-R. 20
Listening to an audio CD or CD-R.. 20 Stopping playback... 20 Selecting the track... 20 Reversing and fast forwarding.. 20 Playing tracks repeatedly (remote controller only). 20 Switching the display information.. 21
I Playing audio CDs and CD-Rs
You can play CD-Rs containing audio data in MP3 format as well as ordinary audio CDs. You can copy the MP3 files recorded on a CD-R to the internal hard disk drive (HDD) 10 times faster than when recording tracks from an audio CD (when using the QUICK REC feature).
Digital controller board & Firmware are developed and provided by QPICT, Inc.
I Longer hours recording with the internal hard disk drive (HDD)
FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing) motor employed in the HDD section has the lowest vibration characteristics suited for motor-driven audio devices. This enables stability in playback. You can record and play MP3 music files many hours using the HDD. Approximately 350 hours of music can be recorded onto the 20GB HDD when using standard 128 kbps bit rate. Timer recording feature allows you to record long hour programs even while you are away from the MB-S1.
I Transferring music files from PC to the MB-S1
The MP3 files stored on PC can be transferred to the MBS1 through USB interface using the Carry Tunes (attached file transfer software).
Check that the following accessories are supplied with the MB-S1.
Remote controller 1 Batteries (AA, R6 or UM-3) 2
Audio connection cables 2
Instruction manual 1 Warranty card 1
CD-ROM 1 (Carry Tunes Installer Disc)
USB cable 1
Before using this unit
Installing the remote controller batteries
1. Remove the battery compartment cover by pressing and sliding the cover. 2. Insert two AA (R6 or UM-3) batteries into the battery compartment. Carefully follow the polarity diagram (positive (+) and negative () symbols) inside the battery compartment. 3. After batteries are installed and seated correctly, replace the compartment cover.
Using the remote controller
Point the remote controller toward the remote control sensor.
Remote control sensor MB-S1
Approx. 16 feet (5 meters)
Notes: Do not mix new batteries with old batteries or different kinds of batteries. To avoid corrosion, remove the batteries if the remote controller is not to be used for a long time. Remove dead batteries immediately to avoid damage from corrosion. If the remote controller does not operate smoothly, replace both the batteries at the same time. The life of the batteries supplied is about six months but this will vary depending on usage.
The terminals are only effective if they are used in conjunction connector. Do not connect to a with an Onkyo amplifier with an connector. component other than an Onkyo component with an Doing so may damage the MB-S1. The functions of the left and right Connect to either one. terminals are the same.
Notes on CD and the internal hard disk drive
Notes on discs I Notes on playing discs
Use the discs compatible with IEC standards such as the CD with the logo (right) printed on it. You can also use CD-Rs containing MP3 audio data. Do not play CD-Rs intended for computer use or non-audio compact discs. Doing so may cause high-pitched noises or other unpredictable results that may damage speakers, amplifiers, and other connected components. Never use heart-shaped, octagonal, or other special shaped discs as they may damage the internal mechanisms of the MB-S1.
I Cautions for disc storage
Do not store discs in locations exposed to direct sunlight, near heat emitting devices, and other locations of excessive heat, or locations of extremely low temperatures. Also, always store discs properly in their protective cases.
I Handling discs
Be careful not to touch the data side of the disc (the side that does not have printing on it). Always hold discs by the edges or by using the hole in the middle.
Note on the internal hard disk drive I Handling the hard disk drive
Do not shake or carry around the MB-S1 while playing the tracks recorded on the hard disc drive. Doing so may damage the internal hard disk drive.
I Notes on the data and track recorded on the MB-S1s HDD
Onkyo shall not be liable for the loss of the data and tracks recorded on the MB-S1s HDD, regardless of the cause of failure or trouble. Never place labels or stickers on the data side or label side of the discs. Also, do not write on the discs or allow them to become scratched. If the HDD is replaced with the new one or initialized at MB-S1s repair, all the data and tracks stored on the HDD will be lost. Onkyo shall not be liable for any damages resulting from the loss of the data and tracks on the HDD. If you want to avoid the loss of the data and tracks, save the original CDs and store the original data and tracks on other media.
I Cautions when using rented compact discs
Do not use discs that have cellophane tape attached to them or rental compact discs that have rental labels attached. If the tape is sticking out or peeling off, the disc may not be able to be ejected and the MB-S1 may become damaged.
2 Activate the CD player section.
Reversing and fast forwarding
During playback, hold down the or button for 0.5 seconds or longer to reverse or fast forward the current track. At first, reverse and fast forward is eight times faster than normal speed playback, and then will be 16, 32, and 64 times faster. When the reverse or fast-forward comes to your or desired position, release the button to resume normal playback. The sound is not output while reversing or fast forwarding. While reversing, when the MB-S1 comes to the beginning of the track, the playback of that track starts in normal speed. While fast forwarding, when the MB-S1 comes to the beginning of the next track, the playback of the next track starts in normal speed.
Press the CD button.
3. Start playing.
PLAY / PAUSE
lights in the display area and playback starts. When playback finishes, the CD player automatically stops. Press the PLAY/ PAUSE button while playing to pause the playback. The indicator lights. Press it again to resume playback from the position where the playback paused.
Playing tracks repeatedly (remote controller only)
Pressing the REPEAT button on the remote controller displays the current setting of the repeat playback. Each press of the REPEAT button switches the repeat playback mode in the following order: Repeat All, Repeat 1, Repeat Off.
PLAY/ PAUSE button Pressing the starts playback from the beginning of the track which was played when the STOP button was pressed. Press the STOP button twice to display the track information and stop playback.
Repeat All: Plays all the tracks on a CD repeatedly. When you select this mode, REPEAT indicator lights. When playing a CD containing MP3 files, all the tracks in the selected group (folder) are played repeatedly. Repeat 1: Plays the current track repeatedly. When you select this mode, REPEAT 1 indicator lights. Repeat Off: Turns off the repeat playback mode.
Switching the display information
Each press of the COUNTER button on the remote controller switches the information displayed in the display area. When stopped Playing time for the first track on the CD When paused or during playback The elapsed time for the currently played track
The total track number and the total playing time for the CD
The remaining time for the currently played track
When the disc title is longer than the display area When you play a CD that contains text data, press the SCROLL button on the remote controller to display the whole title sequentially.
Changes the brightness of the display area.* Switches the displayed information in the display area. Switches to the clock display. Selects the track you want to listen.
While playing or paused, press the button once to locate the beginning of the current track. Press this button twice to locate the beginning of the previous track. Press it again to locate the beginning of another previous track. button While playing or paused, press the to locate the beginning of the next track. Then, each press of this button locates the beginning of another next track.
Scrolls to display the whole disc title longer than the display area.
Activates the CD player section. Plays or pauses a track.
/ Press the button to start playing a track. While playing, press / the button to pause playback.
Selects a group when listening to a CD. Plays a track by directly entering the track number. Pressing the button selects the digit you are entering. The button enters 10 or 0.
Stops playback. Plays tracks repeatedly (see page 20).
* Changing the brightness of the display area Each press of the DIMMER button changes the brightness of the display area as follows: The display area is slightly dimmed. The display area is dimmed. The display area is dimmed and indicators other than the ON indicator on the front panel are turned off. The display area is turned on and all indicators light.
Track Number 34
The button to be pressed
Notice: Available recording modes and speeds depend on the data or format for recording source. For more information, see table on page 25.
HDD REC button
CD DUBBING REC MODE button button OPERATION (open/close) button button
Recording an audio CD or CD-R synchronously
5. Select a target group for recording.
1. Set the CD on the CD tray.
For setting the CD, see page 20.
Press the HDD REC button again to select a target group for recording. You can select Current or New for the target group. Current: The new recording will be added to the end of the existing group containing recorded tracks.
Stopping the playback
Press the STOP button. When stopped, pressing the PLAY/ PAUSE button resumes playback from the beginning of the track at which you pressed the STOP button. Pressing the STOP button twice locates the first track of the current group, then the MB-S1 stops.
Playing tracks repeatedly
Selecting a track you want to listen to
During playback or when paused, pressing button once locates the the beginning of the current track. Pressing the button twice locates the beginning of the previous track and another press of the button locates the beginning of another previous track. button, Each time you press the playback starts at the next track.
Pressing the REPEAT button on the remote controller displays the current setting of the repeat playback. Each press of the REPEAT button switches the repeat playback mode in the following order: Repeat All, Repeat 1, Repeat Off. Repeat All: Plays all tracks in the current group repeatedly. When you select this mode, REPEAT indicator lights. Repeat 1: Plays the current track repeatedly. When you select this mode, REPEAT 1 indicator lights. Repeat Off: Turns off the repeat playback mode.
Each press of the COUNTER button on the remote controller switches the information displayed in the display area. While the text information is displayed using the DISPLAY button, the information below will not be displayed.
When stopped Playing time for the first track in the current group
When paused or during palyback The elapsed time for the current track
The total track number and the total playing time for the current group
The remaining time for the current track
When the disc title is longer than the display area Press the SCROLL button on the remote controller to display the whole title sequentially.
Changes the brightness of the display area*. Switches to the clock display. Selects the track you want to listen to.
While playing or paused, press the button once to locate the beginning of the current track. Press this button twice to locate the beginning of the previous track. Press it again to locate the beginning of another previous track. button to While playing or paused, press the locate the beginning of the next track. Then, each press of this button locates the beginning of another next track.
Switches the displayed information in the display area. Scrolls the whole disc title longer than the display area.
Activates the HDD section. Plays or pauses a track.
/ Press the button to start playing a / track. While playing, press the button to pause.
Plays tracks in random order. Selects a group.
Stops playback. Plays a track by directly entering the track number.
MULTI JOG dial PLAY MODE button
FAVORITE IT button
Marking a track as you favorite (FAVORITE IT function)
When you have your favorite tracks, you can mark them as favorites together with the track information. When you enable the favorite mode, you can play the tracks marked as your favorites only. You can use the favorite mode playback combining with the sorted track playback function on the last page.
2. Activate the favorite mode.
Turn the MULTI JOG dial to select Favorite On?.
1. Mark a track as your favorite.
While your favorite track appears in the display area, press the FAVORITE IT button to mark the track as your favorite. Favorite On appears for 2 seconds and the FAVORITE indicator lights in green. You can mark a track as your favorite while the track is being played. Press the FAVORITE IT button again to unmark the track.
Press the MULTI JOG dial. Sorting appears in the display area and tracks marked as your favorite are selected.
Playing your favorite tracks only
Press the PLAY MODE button twice.
The current setting appears. I Disabling the favorite mode In step 2 above, select Favorite Off and press the MULTI JOG dial.
About combination of play modes Displaying track information
I When you combine the sorted tracks mode and the favorite mode
Plays only favorite tracks from sorted tracks in sorted order.
I When you use the random and repeat playback feature
Plays tracks in random order and repeatedly.
To switch the track information displayed such as the track title or artist name for the current track, press the DISPLAY button. With each press of the button, a indicator in the left part of the display lights one by one and the track information you entered using the steps described on pages 28 and 29 appears.
Notice: The MB-S1 does not support 2-byte character code. When you play CDs or music files on the HDD which contain some 2-byte character, the track information will not be displayed properly.
Turn the MULTI JOG dial to select a target group for recording and press it to confirm the selection. You can choose from Current, New, or Fix. Current: Set the target group to the group the last time the recording or playback was performed. New: Create a new target group. Fix: Select a target group from the existing groups. Turn the MULTI JOG dial to select a target group for recording and press it to confirm the selection.
8. Set the day of the week.
Saturday Friday Thursday
Use the / buttons to select the day of the week for activating the timer setting and press the MULTI JOG dial.
9. Confirm the day of the week.
Press the YES button to confirm the day of the week.
Notes: A track number automatically increments when the input level of the recording source is below the threshold. If you record a track which contains longer silence section, a track number may increment when the recording comes to the silence section. (See the tips of step 4 on page 24.) If an operation is performed such as playing, recording and others when the start time for the timer setting comes, the timer function may not operate normally. The timer function will activate whether the MB-S1 is turned on or in the standby state. When you record the source from an external audio device, turn on the power of the device. You can set up to 4 timer settings. However, when a timer setting already executed has not yet completed and the start time for another timer setting comes, the latter timer setting will be ignored.
In step 4 above: When you select HDD PLAY, go to step 10, Select a play list. When you select D-1 REC, D-2 REC, or ANA REC, go to the step 11, Select a target group for recording. When the setting is completed, T. PLAY or T. REC lights.
CD-ROM Drive Unit: Hard Disk Drive Unit: ATA Packet Interface (specified in SFF-8020) (E-IDE) Industry Standard 5.25" Half Height Form Factor AT Attachment 5 (ATA-5) Industry Standard 3.5" Half Height Form Factor 20GB Single bit (Crystal CS4341, 24 bit/96 kHz) Single bit (Crystal CS53L32A, 24 bit/96 kHz) 1 Analog Output (stereo) 1 Analog Input (stereo) 2 Digital Input (optical)/(coaxial) 1 Digital Output (optical) (with Audio CD Playback only) 1 USB (Type B) 5 Hz - 20 kHz 0.007 % (at 1 kHz, 0 dB) 90 dB 90 dB LPCM: 0.007 % (at 1 kHz, 0 dB), MP3: 0.018 % (at 1 kHz, 0 dB) 90 dB 90 dB 90 dB (playback) Below threshold of measurability 2.0 volts r.m.s.
Pauses playback of the current track
Plays tracks with marks
Transferring MP3 music files to the MB-S1
1. Make sure the MB-S1 is connected to the PC properly.
When the connection is properly made, the display in the MBS1 appears as shown below.
4. Start transferring 2. Mark a file to be transferred 3. Select a target group for transferring
2. Select the MP3 files you want to transfer.
Click in the CHECK column on the track list to select or deselect a track. To select all tracks on the track list, click the CHECK ALL button. Click the CLEAR button to de-select all tracks.
3. Select the target group for transferring MP3 files.
Click the EXPORT TO. CURRENT and NEW are displayed alternately. When you select CURRENT, selected MP3 files are transferred to the group currently selected on the MB-S1. When you select NEW, a target group is newly created on the MB-S1 and selected MP3 files are transferred to the newly created group. Also confirm the display area on the MB-S1 for target group.
4. Click the EXPORT button to start transferring.
The progress bar indicates the progression of file transfer. On the MB-S1, the target group and track position in the group to which a current file is being transferred to.
5. Transfer completes.
The transferred tracks disappear from the list, and the indication on the MB-S1 showing file transfer completion appears.
6. Close the Carry Tunes software.
Click the checkmark located at the right bottom of the screen. When you listen to the transferred MP3 files using the MB-S1, remove the USB cable from the MB-S1. Notes on Carry Tunes: Some of MP3 files such as RIFF WAV format file are not supported. When the tag information contained in MP3 file is broken or invalid, Carry Tunes may not operate properly.
6. Close the Carry Tunes software
If a problem occurs while you are using the remote controller, first try to operate the controls on the front panel of the MB-S1 to make sure that it is not due to a malfunction (or worn out batteries) in the remote controller. During playing MP3 files on the HDD, the bit rate is not displayed (HDD). The bit rate for the track played is other than 96kbps, 128kbps, or 192kbps. The MB-S1 does not display bit rates other than 96kbps, 128kbps, and 192kbps. (See page 9.) The bit rates for MP3 files recorded with variable bit rates may not be displayed correctly. Use the constant bit rate when encoding music files in MP3 format.
Main unit and remote controller
The power does not turn on. The power cord is not properly plugged in. Plug the power cord properly into a mains power supply. (See page 13.) The component where the power cord is plugged into is not turned on. Turn on the component into which the power cord is plugged. The buttons on both the MB-S1 main unit and the remote controller do not function. The microcomputer inside the MB-S1 malfunctions. Press the STANDBY/ON button to turn the MB-S1 on again. If this does not eliminate the problem, unplug the power cord and plug it in again.
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