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Christoepurr 5:15am on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 
Good sound, speakers not all that compact System delivers great sound, but the speakers are on the large size - good for sound. Not as good as I hoped This unit does not have the clean and clear sound that I hoped.
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GREAT SOUNDING LITTLE UNIT Great functions, superb sound quality and fantastic price. When my old Aiwa 3 cd player died.

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For European Models

Declaration of Conformity
We, ONKYO EUROPE ELECTRONICS GmbH LIEGNITZERSTRASSE 6, 82194 GROEBENZELL, GERMANY declare in own responsibility, that the ONKYO product described in this instruction manual is in compliance with the corresponding technical standards such as EN60065, EN55013, EN55020 and EN61000-3-2, -3-3. GROEBENZELL, GERMANY

K. MIYAGI

ONKYO EUROPE ELECTRONICS GmbH

PrecautionsContinued

This unit contains a semiconductor laser system and is classied 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.

Supplied Accessories

Make sure you have the following accessories:

DANGER:

VISIBLE AND/OR INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK FAILED OR DEFEATED. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
Remote controller and two batteries (AA/R6)
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. The label on the right is applied on the rear panel.
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 qualied personnel.
Indoor FM antenna (Connector type varies from country to country.)

AM loop antenna

Power cord (Plug type varies from country to country.)
* In catalogs and on packaging, the letter at the end of the product name indicates the color. Specications and operations are the same regardless of color.

For British models

Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this unit should be performed only by qualied 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.
The plug is tted with an appropriate fuse. If the fuse needs to be replaced, the replacement fuse must approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362 and have the same ampere rating as that indicated on the plug. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. If the power cords plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, cut it off and t a suitable plug. Fit a suitable fuse in the plug.

CR-515

CR-315

Getting to Know the CD ReceiverContinued
The page numbers in parentheses show where you can nd the main explanation for each item.
A STANDBY indicator (25, 27)
Lights up in Standby mode.
P LINE IN jack (CR-315) (23)
This stereo minijack is for connecting an audio source, such as an MP3 music player or personal computer.
B STANDBY/ON button (27, 48, 51, 54)
Sets the CD receiver to On or Standby.
C Remote control sensor (5)
Receives control signals from the remote controller.
Q DISPLAY button (CR-315) (31, 34, 43)
Used to change the information shown on the display. Also used to select characters when naming radio presets.

D Display

See Display on page 10.

E VOLUME control (27)

Adjusts the volume level. On the CR-515, the volume control indicator lights up when the CD receiver is on.

R Previous and Next [

F PHONES jack (27)
This stereo minijack is for connecting a pair of stereo headphones for private listening.
]/[ ] buttons (CR-315) (30) The Previous [ ] button selects the previous track. During playback it selects the beginning of the current track. The Next [ ] button selects the next track.
G LINE 2 IN jack (CR-515) (23)

H Disc tray (30)

The CD is loaded here.
I INPUT button (27, 29, 40, 42)
Used to select the input source.

J DIRECT button (28)

Used with the Direct function. On the CR-515, the DIRECT buttons indicator lights up when the Direct function is on.
K TONE button (CR-515) (28)
Used to adjust the bass and treble.
L Multi control (CR-515) (30, 42)
Used to select radio presets, tracks, and MP3 folders. Also used to select and set various functions and settings.

M Eject [ ] button (30)

Ejects the loaded CD.
N Stop [ ] button (30, 54)

Stops CD playback.

O Play/Pause [ /
] button (30) Starts CD playback. Pressing it during playback pauses playback.

Display 8

A SLEEP indicator
Lights up when the Sleep function has been set.
1, 2, 3, 4: Light up when a timer has been programmed. : Lights up when a timer has been programmed for recording.

B MD/TAPE IN/OUT (20, 21)
These analog audio inputs and outputs are for connecting a recorder with an analog input and output, such as a MiniDisc recorder or cassette deck.
REMOTE CONTROL (2024) This (Remote Interactive) jack can be connected to an jack on another Onkyo component. The CD receivers remote controller can then be used to control that component. To use , you must make an analog audio connection (RCA) between the CD receiver and the other component, even if they are connected digitally. only) (24) This optical digital audio input can be used to connect a component with an optical digital output, such as a CD recorder, MD recorder, games console, satellite tuner, or personal computer. Use a commercially available optical digital audio cable to make the connection.
C DOCK/CDR IN/OUT (CR-515) (22, 23)
These analog audio inputs and outputs are for connecting a recorder with an analog input and output such as a CD recorder, or an Onkyo RI Dock.
I OPTICAL DIGITAL IN (CR-515 Asian model

D AM ANTENNA (16, 17)

These push terminals are for connecting an AM antenna.

E FM ANTENNA (16, 17)

This jack is for connecting an FM antenna.

J AC INLET (25)

The supplied power cord is connected here.

F SUBWOOFER PRE OUT (19)

This jack is for connecting a powered subwoofer.

K DOCK IN (CR-315) (22)

This analog audio input is for connecting an Onkyo RI Dock. See pages 1625 for connection information.

G SPEAKERS (18)

These terminal posts are for connecting speakers. The North American CR-315 has push-type terminals.

Remote Controller

RC-662S (CR-515)

RC-660S (CR-315)

O P Q 8 R S T 8

O P Q R S T

A STANDBY/ON button (27, 51)
This button is used to set the CD receiver to On or Standby.
L Onkyo MD recorder and cassette deck
control buttons For twin cassette decks, only Deck B can be controlled. : Plays side B (cassette deck). : Pauses playback or recording (MD). : Stops playback, recording, fast-forward, or rewind. : Plays side A.

B SLEEP button (53)

Used to set the Sleep timer, which turns off the CD receiver after a specied time.
C Number buttons (31, 33, 35, 42, 44, 50)

Left (white) Right (red) Analog audio cable Left (white) Right (red)

Wrong!

Optical Digital Jack (CR-515)
The CD receivers optical digital jack has a shutter-type cover that opens when an optical plug is inserted and closes when its removed. Push the plug in all the way. Caution: To prevent shutter damage, hold the optical plug straight when inserting and removing. Note: Do not put anything on top of the CD receiver, as it may interfere with proper ventilation.

Cables and Jacks

No connecting cables are included with the CD receiver.
Cable Analog audio cable (RCA) Optical digital audio cable Stereo miniplug cable Jack

Description

This cable carries analog audio. This cable carries digital audio. This cable carries analog audio.

OPTICAL

Connecting a Subwoofer
The CD receiver has a SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jack for connecting a powered subwoofer (i.e., a subwoofer with a built-in amplier).
Powered subwoofer CD receiver

SUB WOOFER

PRE OUT

: Signal ow

Connecting Other ComponentsContinued
Connecting an Onkyo Cassette Deck
The following diagram shows how to connect an optional Onkyo cassette deck. Connect the CD receivers MD/TAPE OUT jacks to the cassette decks INPUT (REC) jacks, and connect the CD receivers MD/TAPE IN jacks to the cassette decks OUTPUT (PLAY) jacks.

CR-515s rear panel

Onkyo cassette decks rear panel

INPUT OUTPUT

(REC) (PLAY) REMOTE CONTROL
Analog audio cables (RCA)

Red White Red Red White

cable supplied with the Onkyo cassette deck

CR-315s rear panel

What can you do with ? Connecting an Onkyo cassette deck to the CD receiver with an cable allows you to control the cassette deck with the CD receivers remote controller. In addition, when playback is started on the cassette deck, the CD receiver will automatically select it as the input source. To use , you must connect the Onkyo cassette deck to the CD receiver with an cable and an analog audio cable (RCA). In addition, the Input Display for the MD/TAPE jacks must be set to TAPE. Since this is the default setting, unless youve changed it, it can be left as it is (see page 29). Some -capable components have two jacks. Theyre both the same, so you can use either one. The extra jack is for connecting additional -capable components.
Connecting an Onkyo MD recorder
The following diagram shows how to connect an optional Onkyo MD recorder. Connect the CD receivers MD/TAPE OUT jacks to the MD recorders INPUT (REC) jacks, and connect the CD receivers MD/TAPE IN jacks to the MD recorders OUTPUT (PLAY) jacks.
Onkyo MD recorders rear panel
cable supplied with the Onkyo MD recorder
What can you do with ? Connecting an Onkyo MD recorder to the CD receiver with an cable allows you to control the MD recorder with the CD receivers remote controller. In addition, when playback is started on the MD recorder, the CD receiver will automatically select it as the input source. To use , you must connect the Onkyo MD recorder to the CD receiver with an cable and an analog audio cable (RCA). In addition, the Input Display for the MD/TAPE jacks must be set to MD (see page 29). Some -capable components have two jacks. Theyre both the same, so you can use either one. The extra jack is for connecting additional -capable components. Note: The MD/TAPE jacks can alternatively be used to connect a VCR or DAT recorder, in which case the Input Display on the CD receiver would need to be set to VCR or DAT respectively (see page 29).

Connecting an Onkyo RI Dock (Remote Interactive Dock)
The following diagram shows how to connect an optional Onkyo RI Dock (Remote Interactive Dock). Connect the CD receivers DOCK/CDR IN jacks (DOCK IN jacks on the CR-315) to the RI Docks AUDIO OUT jacks.

Analog audio cable (RCA)

R ---- L

S VIDEO OUT

AUDIO OUT
cable supplied with the RI Dock
Onkyo RI Docks rear panel

Red White White

What can you do with ? Connecting an Onkyo RI Dock to the CD receiver with an cable allows you to control the RI Dock with the CD receivers remote controller. In addition, when playback is started on the RI Dock, the CD receiver will automatically select it as the input source. To use , you must connect the RI Dock to the CD receiver with an cable and an analog audio cable (RCA). On the RI Dock, set the MODE switch to HDD. See the RI Docks instruction manual for details. CR-515 To use , the Input Display for the DOCK/CDR jacks must be set to DOCK. Since this is the default setting, unless youve changed it, it can be left as it is (see page 29).
Connecting an Onkyo CD Recorder (CR-515)
The following diagram shows how to connect an optional Onkyo CD recorder. Connect the CD receivers DOCK/CDR OUT jacks to the CD recorders INPUT (REC) jacks, and connect the CD receivers DOCK/CDR IN jacks to the CD recorders OUTPUT (PLAY) jacks.
Onkyo CD recorders rear panel

White White

White Red

Red White

cable supplied with the Onkyo CD recorder : Signal ow
What can you do with ? Connecting an Onkyo CD recorder to the CD receiver with an cable allows you to control the CD recorder with the CD receivers remote controller. In addition, when playback is started on the CD recorder, the CD receiver will automatically select it as the input source. To use , you must connect the Onkyo CD recorder to the CD receiver with an cable and an analog audio cable (RCA). In addition, the Input Display for the DOCK/CDR jacks must be set to CDR (see page 29). Some -capable components have two jacks. Theyre both the same, so you can use either one. The extra jack is for connecting additional -capable components.

Connecting a Portable Audio Device
The following diagram shows how to connect a portable audio device (e.g., MP3 player, MD player, CD player). Connect the CD receivers LINE 2 IN jack (LINE IN jack on the CR-315) on the front panel to the portable audio devices output jack. Depending on the type of output jack on the portable audio device, you may need to buy a suitable cable. The CD receivers LINE 2 IN jack (LINE IN jack on the CR-315) accepts a stereo miniplug.
CR-515s front panel Portable audio devices output jack
Stereo miniplug cable : Signal ow
Notes: Use a connecting cable that doesnt have any attenuation resistors in it. If you connect a portable audio devices headphone output to the CD receivers LINE2 IN jack (LINE IN jack on the CR-315), turn down the volume on the portable audio device before you connect it. When you connect a portable audio device to the CD receiver, make sure you connect it to the LINE 2 IN jack (LINE IN jack on the CR-315) and not the adjacent PHONES jack. If you connect to the PHONES jack by mistake, it may cause the PHONES output to malfunction.
Connecting a Component with a Digital Audio Output (CR-515 Asian model only)
The following diagram shows how to connect a component with an optical digital audio output, such as a CD recorder, MD recorder, games console, satellite tuner, or personal computer. Connect the CD receivers OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jack to an optical digital audio output on the other component. You can change the Input Display for the OPTICAL DIGITAL IN to DIGITAL, CDR, PC, or GAME so that it matches the type of component that you connect (see page 29).

DIGITAL OUTPUT

Satellite tuner, CD recorder, etc.
CR-515 Asian models rear panel
Optical digital audio cable

Personal computer

Connecting an Onkyo Component with a Digital Audio Output
The following diagram shows how to connect an Onkyo component with an optical digital audio output. Connect the CD receivers OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jack to an optical digital audio output on the Onkyo component.
Onkyo component with a digital audio output CR-515 Asian models rear panel Analog audio cable (RCA)
Optical digital audio cable : Signal ow
What can you do with ? Connecting an Onkyo component to the CD receiver with an cable allows you to control the component with the CD receivers remote controller. In addition, when playback is started on the component, the CD receiver will automatically select it as the input source. To use , you must connect the Onkyo component to the CD receiver with an cable and an analog audio cable (RCA). In addition, you must change the Input Display for the DIGITAL IN so that it matches the type of component that you connect. When you connect a CD recorder to the DOCK/CDR jacks and OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jack, you must set the Input Display for DOCK/CDR to CD-R, and set the Input Display for OPTICAL DIGITAL IN to CD-R/dig (see page 29). If you connect an audio processor such as the Onkyo UE-205, you must set the Input Display for DOCK/CDR to PC, and set the Input Display for OPTICAL DIGITAL IN to PC/dig, otherwise the wrong input source may be selected when playback starts (see page 29). Some -capable components have two jacks. Theyre both the same, so you can use either one. The extra jack is for connecting additional -capable components.

Playing the MP3 Files in Only One Folder Displaying MP3 Information
You can display various information about the MP3 le currently playing, including ID3 tags such as title, artist name, and album name.

DISPLAY

YES/MODE ENTER
During playback, press the [DISPLAY] button repeatedly to display the following MP3 information. Elapsed time: The length of time that the current MP3 le has been playing (default display). If the elapsed time is more than 99 minutes and 59 seconds, : is displayed.
Normally, all of the MP3 les in all of the folders on the disc are played. With 1-folder playback, only the MP3 les in the specied folder are played.
File name: Name of the current MP3 le.
Press the [YES/MODE] button repeatedly until the 1FOLDER indicator appears.

1FOLDER indicator

Folder name: Name of the current folder.
Use the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the folder. You can select any folder that contains MP3 les. To start playback, press the [ENTER] or Play/Pause [ / ] button. Playback will start with the rst MP3 le in the specied folder and continue until all of the MP3 les in that folder have been played.
Title name: Title of the current le (if ID3 tag present).
Artist name: Name of the artist (if ID3 tag present).
Album name: Name of the album (if ID3 tag present).
Sampling rate and bit rate: Sampling rate and bit rate of the current MP3 le.
Notes: On the CR-315, you can also use the CD receivers [DISPLAY] button to display this information. To display the disc name, press the [DISPLAY] button while playback is stopped. If a le or folder name contains any characters that cannot be displayed, an underscore will be displayed in place of those characters. Alternatively, you can set the CD receiver so that names containing such characters are displayed as File n or Folder n, n being the le or folder number (see page 37).

Memory Playback

With memory playback, you can create a playlist of up to 25 tracks.
To remove tracks from the playlist:
Number buttons (see page 31) (These buttons do nothing during memory playback)
Press the [CLEAR] button. Each press removes the last track from the playlist. Notes: If the total playing time is more than 99 minutes and 59 seconds, : is displayed. You can add up to 25 tracks to the playlist. If you try to add more, the message Memory Full appears.
MENU/NO/ CLEAR / / YES/MODE ENTER
To start memory playback, press the Play [ ] button.

Track currently playing

Memory playback can be set only when the input source is set to CD and playback is stopped.

To cancel repeat playback, press the [REPEAT] button repeatedly until both the REPEAT and REPEAT 1 indicators disappear. Repeat playback is cancelled when the CD is removed or the CD receiver is set to Standby.

Setting MP3 Preferences

With the MP3 preferences, you can change the way MP3 le information is displayed and the way MP3 CDs are played.

Preferences

Below, the name of each preference is followed by its options in parentheses, with the default option in bold. Disc Name? (Display/Not Display) This preference determines whether or not the disc name is displayed when an MP3 disc is loaded. File Name? (Scroll/Not Scroll) This preference determines whether or not the le name scrolls across the display when an MP3 le is selected. In Navigation mode (see page 32), the le name scrolls across the display regardless of this setting. Folder Name? (Scroll/Not Scroll) This preference determines whether or not the folder name scrolls across the display when an MP3 folder is selected (in All Folder mode). In Navigation mode (see page 32), the folder name scrolls across the display regardless of this setting. Bad Name? (Replace/Not Replace) This preference determines whether or not le and folder names that contain undisplayable characters are replaced with File n or Folder n, n being the le or folder number. When set to Not Replace, displayable characters are displayed and underscore characters are used in place of any undisplayable characters. For ID3 tags, underscore characters are used in place of undisplayable characters regardless of this preference. ID3 Ver. 1? (Read/Not Read) This preference determines whether or not version 1.0/1.1 tags are read and displayed. When set to Not Read, version 1.0/1.1 tags are not displayed. ID3 Ver. 2? (Read/Not Read) This preference determines whether or not version 2.2/2.3/2.4 tags are read and displayed. When set to Not Read, version 2.2/2.3/2.4 ID3 tags are not displayed. CD Extra? (Audio/MP3) This preference applies to CD Extra discs and determines whether music in the audio session or MP3 les in the data session are played. Joliet? (Use SVD/ISO9660) This preference applies to MP3 discs in Joliet format and determines whether the CD receiver reads the SVD data or treats the disc as an ISO 9660 disc. Normally, this preference doesnt need to be changed. SVD (Supplementary Volume Descriptor) supports long le and folder names and characters other than letters and numbers. Some CD burning software refers to the Joliet format as Windows format.

MENU/NO/ CLEAR ENTER

The MP3 preferences can be set only when playback is stopped.

Setting the Clock

Setting AccuClock to Use a Specic Station (European Model Only)
The AccuClock function normally uses the FM station with the strongest signal to set the clock. However, if the clock cannot be set properly using that station, you can specify which FM station the AccuClock function should use. This must be an FM station that supports RDS CT (Clock Time) information.
Press the [TIMER] button. Clock appears on the display. If the clock has already been set, a timer option appears instead, in which case youll need to press the [TIMER] button repeatedly until Clock appears. Press [ENTER]. AccuClockor *AccuClock* appears on the display. If Manual Adjust appears, use the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons to select AccuClock or *AccuClock*. Press [ENTER]. The frequency ashes on the display.
When youve selected the station, press [ENTER]. While the clock is being set, Wait ashes on the display. It may take a few minutes to set the clock. When the clock has been set, the message Clock Adjusted scrolls across the display, then the day and time are displayed for a while. Notes: If the clock is not set correctly, specify another FM station and try again or set the clock manually (see page 48). The AccuClock function automatically updates the clock every day. If you dont want it to, you can turn off the AccuClock function (see page 26).
Use the Rewind and Fast Forward [ ]/[ ] buttons to tune into the FM station. Tip: If you press the [YES/MODE] button instead of using the Rewind and Fast Forward [ ]/[ ] buttons, the CD receiver will automatically search for a suitable station. The RDS indicator appears when tuned into a station that supports RDS. The RDS indicator will ash while the CD receiver searches for a station and light up continuously when a station is found.

RDS indicator

Setting the ClockContinued
Setting the Clock Manually
The time can be displayed in either 12- or 24-hour format.
STANDBY/ON Number button TIMER / CLOCK CALL DISPLAY
Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons to set the time. You can also use the remote controllers number buttons to enter the time.
For the 12-hour format, use the remote controllers [>10] button to select AM or PM.
Press the [TIMER] button repeatedly until Clock appears.
The clock is set and the second dot starts ashing.
Displaying the Day and Time
To display the day and time, press the remote controllers [CLOCK CALL] button. If the CD receiver is on Standby, the time is displayed for 8 seconds.
Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons to select Manual Adjust.
Using the 12- or 24-hour Format
To change the time format between 12-hour and 24-hour, while the time is shown on the display, press the [DISPLAY] button.
Displaying the Time in Standby Mode

To set the CD receiver so that the time is displayed while its on Standby, turn on the CD receiver, and then press and hold its [STANDBY/ON] button for 2 seconds. Note that having the time displayed in Standby mode will consume a little more power.
Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons to select the day of the week. You can select: SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, or SAT.
To cancel the Manual Adjust function at this point, press the [MENU/NO] button.

Using the Timers

The CD receiver has ve timers: four programmable timers for automated playback or recording, and a sleep timer for turning the CD receiver off after a specied period. The timers can be used with other Onkyo components that are connected to the CD receiver via (see pages 20 to 24 for hookup details).

Timer Examples

The following examples highlight some of the ways in which you can use the timers. Timer 1: To wake up to your favorite radio station (preset #1) every morning, set as follows: PlayFM 1EveryEvery DayOn 7:00Off 7:30 If you want a radio alarm only on weekdays, select Days Set instead of Every Day and specify MONFRI. Timer 2: To record a one-off radio show (preset #2) to a cassette deck this Sunday, set as follows: RecFM 2TAPEOnceSUNOn 21:00Off 22:00 (You need an -capable Onkyo cassette recorder or MD recorder to do the recording.) Timer 3: To record an FM radio show to a MiniDisc recorder every day from Monday to Friday, set as follows: RecFM 1MDEveryDays SetMON FRIOn 15:00Off 15:30

About the Timers

The various settings for the four programmable timers are explained here. For details on the sleep timer, see page 53.

Timer Types

Each timer can be programmed for playback (Play) or recording (Rec). Play Play mode can be used to start playback at a specied time on the CD receiver or another Onkyo component thats connected to the CD receiver with an cable. You could use a Play timer to turn on the CD receiver every morning, just like a radio alarm. Rec Rec mode can be used to start playback on one component and start recording on another component at a specied time. The recording component (e.g., Onkyo cassette deck or MD recorder) must be connected to the CD receiver with an cable. You could use a Rec timer to record your favorite radio show every day.

Timer Priority

If two or more timers are set to the same On time, the lowest numbered timer has priority. For example: Timer 1: 07:00 13:00 (This timer has priority.) Timer 2: 07:00 12:30 If two or more timers overlap, the timer with the earliest start time has priority. For example: Timer 1: 9:00 10:00 Timer 2: 8:00 10:00 (This timer has priority.) If the On and Off times of two timers are the same, the timer with the earliest start time has priority and the other timer will fail. For example: Timer 1: 0:00 1:00 (This timer has priority.) Timer 2: 1:00 2:00

To return to step 1 and start timer programming all over again, press the [MENU/NO] button at any point in this procedure.
Turning Timers On and Off
Once a timer has been programmed, you can turn it on or off as necessary. For example, while youre on holiday, you may want to turn off the timer you use as an earlymorning alarm.

Checking Timer Settings

TIMER /
Press [ENTER] repeatedly to see all of the timers settings.
Press the [TIMER] button repeatedly to select timer 1, 2, 3, or 4.
When a timer has been programmed, its number appears on the display.
Use the Previous and Next [ ]/ [ ] buttons to select Timer On or Timer Off.
Notes: You can change the settings by using the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons. If you change the settings of a timer that is off, that timer will be turned on. If you dont change any settings, the previous display reappears. To return to the previous display at any point in this procedure, press the [MENU/NO] button.
After a few moments, the previous display reappears.

Using the Sleep Timer

With the sleep timer, you can set the CD receiver so that it automatically turns off after a specied period.
Press the [SLEEP] button repeatedly to select the required sleep time. With the [SLEEP] button, you can set the sleep time from 90 to 10 minutes in 10 minute increments. Use the Previous and Next [ ]/[ ] buttons to set the sleep time in 1 minute increments from 99 to 1.

SLEEP indicator

When the sleep timer has been set, the SLEEP indicator appears on the display, as shown. The sleep time appears on the display for about 8 seconds, then the previous display reappears. Note: The sleep timer will be ignored while dubbing a CD to an Onkyo cassette deck or MD recorder is in progress. The CD receiver will automatically switch to Standby when the dubbing is complete.
Checking the Remaining Sleep Time
To check the remaining sleep time, press the [SLEEP] button. Note that if you press the [SLEEP] button while the sleep time is being displayed, youll shorten the sleep time by 10 minutes.
Canceling the Sleep Timer
To cancel the sleep timer, press the [SLEEP] button repeatedly until the SLEEP indicator disappears.

Troubleshooting

If you have any trouble using the CD receiver, look for a solution in this section. If you cant resolve the issue yourself, try resetting the CD receiver before contacting your Onkyo dealer.
To reset the CD receiver to its factory defaults, turn it on and, while holding down the [ ] button, press the [STANDBY/ON] button. Clear will appear on the display and the CD receiver will enter Standby mode.
Note that resetting the CD receiver will delete your radio presets and custom settings.

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