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Jae 10:37am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 
Having looked at all the Pioneer PDP-507XD reviews and owning Pioneer AV equipment. Owned this 43" Pioneer PDP-427XD HD ready TV for 10 days now and still seriously enjoying sitting down in front of it.
JDTheDJ 5:32am on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 
Plasma Television I have had my Pioneer 42" Plasma T.V. for a year now, it was a well recommended set, and I can see why, the picture is excellent. Try this There is no doubt that Pioneer lead the pack at the moment with regards to Plasma screens.
djmdli 9:11pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010 
Awesome picture and style, looks fantastic. Built in tuner with great sound. Nothing cannot knock !
Jenny07 2:11am on Monday, May 31st, 2010 
Plasma Television I have had my Pioneer 42" Plasma T.V. for a year now, it was a well recommended set, and I can see why, the picture is excellent. Try this There is no doubt that Pioneer lead the pack at the moment with regards to Plasma screens.
ghostcorps 7:02pm on Sunday, May 30th, 2010 
This Pioneer PDP-427XD TV is Top. The pdp427xd, is the big brother to the pioneer pdp4270xd which you will find in most shops.
Ron Reiner 2:25am on Monday, May 17th, 2010 
bought one recently--- One of the best plasmas , however no proessional calibration available in my area (Pakistan). Vibrant colours. bought one recently--- One of the best plasmas , however no proessional calibration available in my area (Pakistan). Vibrant colours.
pinger 5:17pm on Monday, April 12th, 2010 
I purchased this Pioneer PDP-507XD 50" hd plasma tv in October 2006 virtually as soon as it was released after hearing so many goo...
rsg4b 6:33am on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 
My dad has wanted a plasma TV for quite a while; so all of our shopping trips in at least the last 12 months have incorporated visiting electrical sho... My dad has wanted a plasma TV for quite a while; so all of our shopping trips in at least the last 12 months have incorporated visiting electrical sho...
astei 1:24pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010 
My dad has wanted a plasma TV for quite a while; so all of our shopping trips in at least the last 6 months have incorporated visiting electrical shop...
RegisG 1:02pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 
Simply fantastic. Aesthetically beautiful and the picture is sublime. Not 1080p only 1080i but trust me.

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Home Entertainment Guide 2000-2001
Your Life. Your Choice. Your Fun. Pioneer Home Entertainment

Dynamical DVD Reality.

D i g i ta l H o m e C i n e m a > > > 4 > 2 1

Piece by Piece.

Hi-fi Components >>> 22 > 35

Look. Listen. Live.

NS Series >>> 36 > 41

Hip and Happening.

Hi-Fi Systems >>> 42 > 47
Live your life to the fullest. Enjoy yourself and let your feelings show.
Laugh out loud at comedy, Cry at great drama, feel the Adrenalin-Rush of sports and get Goosebumps when you hear the music you love.
Pioneer has something for everyone: from individual hi-fi components to full-fledged, digital Home Cinema Systems. Razor-sharp technology, stunning designs and options enough to please everyone. If you are looking for
Passion and simply incomparable home entertainment, you have found it in Pioneer. Life is too short to waste your free time.

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Your personal Home Cinema Style
Pioneer's Digital Home Cinema Systems bring the total movie experience into your living room thanks to excellent DVD picture quality and full surround sound the peak of entertainment possibilities. Something for everybody from the liveliest live film action, through the most stirring musical sounds, to sports coverage so up close and personal that you'll feel like you've had a work-out. It is so real that it is like having an entire cinema, concert hall and stadium all-in-one in your living room. Whether you are looking for the entire home cinema experience in one stylish package or want to develop your system step-by-step, Pioneer offers numerous options and components, including market leading DVD expertise. Pioneers wide range of leading DVD solutions fit anywhere, anytime and anyplace. Please see pages 8 and 9 for more information.

Digital Home Cinema

NS-DV55 Digital Home

Cinema System

Cinema you can Live in
The latest in multimedia digital technology, DVD, guarantees second-to-none picture quality and sound. The digital picture is twice as sharp as standard VHS videotape. Home cinema ready, DVD enables surround sound as impressive as in the cinema, right in your home. The media itself is more durable than VHS tape and doesnt need to be rewound. Plus DVD is packed with useful features multiple language and soundtracks and subtitles, support for various audio encoding technologies such as DTS and Dolby Digital, multiple camera angle viewing selection, parental blocking, return-to-pause and view-per-chapter and support for both virtual or digital surround sound. With all of this, DVD is clearly the future.
A new arrival on the multi-channel, multimedia audio format scene, DTS 5.1 channel playback encoding technology is rapidly gaining popularity thanks to its dynamic sound impact that flies at the listener from left, right and centre surround sound speakers. Open up the doors of digital home cinema and super surround sound with any Pioneer DVD player and A/V amplifier/receiver* because they can handle DTS encoded discs.

*Except VSX-409RDS

The current surround sound quality encoding standard, Dolby Digital means movie theatre sound performance for your home cinema. Its 5.1 channel audio sound compression technology wraps you in sound. The front left and right, centre, rear left and right speakers span frequencies from 20Hz 20kHz and there is a dedicated low frequency channel for extra sound clarity. Extra features mean not only stunning soundtracks but also additional language tracks on one disc. And Dolby Digital has gone a step further with THX Surround EX, a co-development between Dolby Digital and THX, which adds another audio channel to the soundtrack behind the listener, meaning more depth and localisation for even more sound perfection.

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For movie enthusiasts, what could be better? DVD at home or on the go. Feel like staying in? No worries. Just connect your DVD portable up to any TV, kick off your shoes and put your feet up. Feel like going out? With a portable DVD Player this slim and lightweight, you can also have movies "to go" to a party, to a friend's

190 mm

house, on vacation. Pioneers PDV range is ready to go



along for the ride.

Truly portable DVD with a 7.0-inch wide LCD display. Take it on the road and enjoy 3.5 hours playback or plug into any TV or A/V amplifier/receiver at home. Compatible with DTS and Dolby Digital, of course.

Easily Connected

With its easy connection, just plug your Pioneer portable DVD player into a TV or A/V monitor in any room to watch your favourite films. This new technology offers you second-tonone picture quality and sound including S-video output and stateof-the-art digital audio transfer.

Purely Portable

Why not slip it into your bag so youll have your Pioneer DVD on that next trip? Feel free to take your new DVD player wherever you want, the subnotebook format will fit even in the smallest bag.

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DTS and Dolby Digital output together in a sleek, super designed space-saving DVD unit. Extremely thin (DVD jacket sleeve) and light (only 370 g!), it will give you many years of full home cinema entertainment. Simply plug it into any TV and A/V amplifier/receiver for pure DVD pleasure.
Even in your car! Dreaming about a movie right in your car? Pioneer already has it a car A/V system that includes a multi-DVD player, easy-tomount screens and complete 5.1 channel surround sound.
For more information, please check out or ask your local Pioneer car audio dealer.
Turn it Up! Digital Home Cinema Sound
Technology is taking off and the home cinema audience is most certainly listening. Thanks to Lucasfilms THX division, DVD home cinema audiences can enjoy similar high-tech sound effects found in movie theatres. The THX label guarantees that the system can handle 5.1 channels for quality wrap-around surround sound performance. Going a step further, THX joined forces with Dolby Laboratories to develop the THX Surround EX system. This innovation adds an extra Surround Back channel to the soundtrack, meaning that one additional sound path is decoded and actually flies right over the listener. Sound surrounding you plus sound flying right over your head. Now, thats realistic.


Early this year, DTS introduced a new cinema decoder: DTS-ES. Using low data compression and a high data transfer rate, DTS-ES adds an additional sound channel to digitised films, allowing filmmakers to be even more creative with sound. This translates to better special effects that truly surround the audience like never before. The third channel flies over the head of the viewers, putting them right in the middle of the action. Used now only in cinemas, this exciting technology will most certainly be implemented in future DVD home cinema products.


80 W Two cone woofers on the front speakers supported by centre and rear speakers will envelop you with the true digital home cinema feeling. With black finish to match your existing components. The S-V39T consists of S-H309V (floorstanding front speakers) and S-CR39 (centre and rear satellite speakers).
80 W Compact size for subtle and easy placement and superb sound all at an affordable price. This complete satellite speaker system brings intense surround sound to anyone considering the digital home cinema experience and its passive subwoofer means that an extra amplifier is not necessarily needed. The S-V39 consists of S-F39 (front satellite speakers), S-CR39 (centre and rear satellite speakers) and S-W39 (subwoofer).


80 W The sleek look of the main units screams digital home cinema. The new compact rear units easily fit on any shelf or subtly mount on the wall. And looks aside, these 2-way speakers add outstanding audio performance and sound quality to any home entertainment system. The S-V30T consists of S-H210V (tall boy bookshelf front speakers) and S-CR30 (centre and rear satellite speakers).
Note: The S-H210V can be replaced by the S-H309V-W (floorstanding front speakers).
80 W (satellite), 110 W (subwoofer) Stylishly compact. The new design of these powerful home cinema speakers is ideal for shelf or wall placement. And add in the booming 110 watt active subwoofer for dynamic bass reproduction with your surround sound system. The S-V30 consists of S-F30 (front satellite speakers), S-CR30 (centre and rear satellite speakers) and S-W80S (subwoofer).


110 W Tailored to the S-V59 home cinema speaker system, this power-packing 110 watt active subwoofer is also available separately, a perfect match with any hi-fi system. Connect it to an audio amplifier to reproduce the deepest bass on normal stereo speakers. Or use it in your surround sound system.


Speaker Stand Pioneer design goes beyond just the speakers. Perfect for any of the following satellite speakers S-V59, S-V39, S-V707, S-V606 and the speakers in the NS-DV1. Place the speakers in this stylish stand, forget about drilling holes in the wall and hide the cables in the stand itself for total flexibility and style.


Store up to 101 CDs in this compact CD player. Its single loader means a track within moments. It is easy to keep your favourite CDs organised using custom filing for up to 3 CD groups and the component can handle CD Text.
For full product features and specifications, please see page 57.
More than 301 CDs? No problem. This CD player is connectable to another 301-CD changer for a grand total of 602 CDs. Almost a month of continuous listening pleasure. Organise your collection using the custom filing system and input your text via a keyboard or the remote control.


A compact unit, this rolling rack system stores 25+1 discs. Almost a full day of audio enjoyment. Plus you can program 24 tracks from 24 different discs for the perfect mix.


Just a bit smaller for easy placement, load this CD player with 25 discs and enjoy your favourite music continuously. Youll be surprised at its price tag as well as its features, which include CD Text.


This CD player offers six disc capacity with excellent sound performance thanks to Pioneer's 1-bit DLC (Direct Linear Conversion) featuring a high speed and high density pulseflow D/A converter. With automatic digital level control, the sound level is automatically adjusted. Plus the 6 disc key on the remote lets you access any one of the six CDs directly.
* Only available in the U.K.


Put sets of your favourite CDs in separate loaders and off you go. This multiple Compact Disc player stores 6 discs per loader and features antiresonance and anti-vibrating design and last disc memory. Just press the remote to start playing your selection.
* This product is not available in the U.K.


With a six disc storage capacity, this multi Compact Disc player offers superb sound with anti-resonance, anti-vibration design and last disc memory. A system remote terminal is also available.
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CD players have been around for more than 15 years now. Haven't we done everything we can with them? There's no end to Pioneer's innovation. With Hi-bit Conversion and Legato Link Conversion, recorded sound is restored to its original, studio quality. Flexibility and innovation are combined to create CD players that are lightyears ahead of what they used to be.


Unquestionable quality. This is the ideal CD player for the most demanding listener. Every golden detail is aimed at exceptional sound reproduction. This includes the Pioneer Z-concept design that features extremely low digital signal transmission distortion thanks to its accurate transmission system, stable platter mechanism and acoustic damper tray mechanism which significantly reduce jitter noise inside and out. This CD player also offers Hi-Bit Legato Link Conversion S for exceptionally natural sound. And to top it off, there is also coaxial and optical digital output and an analogue or digital output selector.


Or would you prefer classic black? This top model features everything a demanding listener requires. Perfect digital audio sound is present thanks to Pioneers Z-concept and anti-resonance and anti-vibration features. And it is easy to use with a convenient jog dial.


This quality CD player has a wealth of features like Legato Link Conversion, and exceptional quality for this price range thanks to the Pioneer Z-concept. This highly accurate transmission system, stable platter mechanism and acoustic damper tray mechanism significantly reduce jitter noise inside and out for the ultimate music enjoyment.


Easy-to-use, this CD player operates at a touch of a button. Its extremely affordable price tag makes it even more attractive.
For full product features and specifications, please see page 58.
Power Packed Pure Sound Integrated
When it comes to amps and receivers, Pioneer's line-up offers sound options that make music sound better than ever. Pioneer amplifiers are what the dreams of Audio lovers are made from innovative high performance components with extra features and additional connections to all types of speakers and home entertainment systems. Amplification without distortion and stable sound localisation lead to what you want: pure sound.


Packed with power 120 watts + 120 watts DIN, this integrated amplifier pumps out pure sound with a superb low frequency range and exceptionally low noise thanks to the toroidal transformer. The high quality Direct Energy MOSFET circuit drives low impedance loudspeakers and its wide range linear circuit delivers clean hi-fi sound throughout the frequency range. Its symmetrical design adds to the perfect stereo sound.

Toroidal transformer

The new look of this 90 watt integrated amplifier brings powerful performance to any system. Its wide-range linear circuit means a wider frequency response and its short signal path translates to a pure natural sound. It can be combined with the black VSX-909RDS or VSX-859RDS to drive the surround sound back speakers for a full 7.1 THX Surround EX* experience.
* When in the Surround Back mode, the A-509R does not accept any remote control signals, including those from the main amplifiers, VSX-909RDS or VSX-859RDS.


80 W x 2

The symmetrical construction of this 80 watt integrated amplifier brings perfect stereo sound to your ears. And the short signal path adds to the reality of the experience.


60 W x 2
The new design of this 40 watt integrated amplifier adds a stabiliser for the transformer and chassis. And its symmetrical design results in excellent stereo imagery. 40 W x 2


Less is more. This RDS quartz-synthesiser receiver does double duty a convenient tuner with RDS functions and a high quality 50 watt amplifier.
For full product features and specifications, please see page 59.
The new design features of this 60 watt integrated amplifier include a stabiliser for the transformer and chassis. Add this to the other features, such as a wide-range linear circuit and short signal path, for excellent sound performance.


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Pioneers advanced parameter processing, which controls ATRAC compressed data increasing the music signal information to provide audio recordings of the highest quality, the Pioneer Z-concept, and digital noise reduction mean a superior quality MiniDisc recorder. The convenient editing modes and features like name clip and medley playback let you get the most out of your music.


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An RDS-EON tuner with all the works. Store up to 30 AM/FM stations in this sleek unit. RDS provides a wide variety of information services and automatic tuning functions, including automatic traffic and news reports, displaying the station name and text messages, and searching and displaying programme types.


This quality tuner lets you store 36 AM/FM stations. With its SR terminal, simply connect a cable to use the amplifier remote to operate this receiver.
For full product features and specifications, please see page 61.


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80 W Perfectly packaged 2-way speakers for shelf placement. Not only do they fit into any interior they also sound fantastic with 80 Watt power handling and magnetic shielding.


220 W Crystal clear sound is what youll hear from these super powerful 3-way, 220 watt speakers. They are also magnetically shielded so you can forget about interference with other electronics and use them as A/V speakers.


190 W Maximum music at 190 watts. These quality 3-way speakers are also magnetically shielded to prevent interference and can be used as A/V speakers.


140 W Designed for sound, these 3-way 140 watt speakers are an excellent choice for any hi-fi system.


120 W Something slightly smaller? Then youll want these subtle 120 watt, 3-way speakers for your system.

Add-on Equipment

& Accessories
The Final Detail of Sounds


Turntable Sometimes you cant beat a vinyl classic. This high-tech, fully automatic stereo turntable features a low-mass straight tone arm, precise DC servo motor and built-in phono equaliser. Simply connect to any auxilliary/line input on your amplifier or mini system.


Graphic Equaliser Its updated design and LED in the slider tips makes it easy to monitor your sound blend on this 7-band graphic equaliser.


6-CD Magazine Sort your favourite CDs into separate loaders to use with the PD-M426*, PD-M406* and PD-M603 multi Compact Disc players. It couldnt be easier.
* These products are not available in the U.K.


SE-M350 SE-M250 SE-A40 SE-A10



Designed for your Style

Your style is selective, which is why youll go out of your way to find something special. This philosophy stretches to your approach to music. Your sound system needs to not only sound like art, but look the part, too. Youll certainly want to meet Pioneer's NS Series, then. These stylishly designed systems blend perfectly in any living environment. And Pioneer's NS Series systems feature optional CD recorders that allow you to play and record high quality personalised CDs.

NS-F10 Recorder with CD

NS Series

Follow your Passion

A simple wave of the hand and the CD player opens vertically from the centre. Cool. You dont have to touch a button let the automatic infrared sensor do the work.


Design Audio System
Is it sound or is it art? Both. Pioneer's NS-F10 audio system is a visual feast with sleek, vertically exposed components. Ultra-modern, mount your work of art on the wall and place the amp and subwoofer discreetly in the corner. Or use the stand that conveniently conceals the cables. This quality performer features an optional CD recorder and excellent sound capabilities. Turn it on. Perfect sound is perfect art.

MiniDisc Recorder for NS-9 and NS-8
Made to match the centre unit design, this MiniDisc recorder enables easy recording and editing.
Make sure you dont forget the optional extra 5 metre cable. When you get home, you might decide to move the separate display further away from the main unit.




Listen to your Music!
Decide what you want. The choice is completely up to you. Pioneer Hi-Fi means music with no limits. As loud as you want it, whatever you want to play CDs, MDs or cassettes. And it looks trendy, too. Get a CD player, one or two cassette decks, separate amps and a 3-way speaker system. Set it up the way you want! It is your call. Want more? Then plug in your games console, portable MD, CD or cassette player. It's not about doing it the right way, it's about doing it your way.

Hi-Fi Systems

IS-21MD with Optional Cassette Deck

and Accessory Case

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Or try this. A CD player and horizontal tray-type cassette deck, separate amplifier and 3-way loudspeaker system.
If you want power, you've got to have blasting bass. Get what you want with the separate amps and super-sized sub-woofers standard in Pioneer's IS Series. Futuristic silver styling with ice blue illumination that takes the look far into the 21st century. Options can be expanded to keep the bass booming for years. So go Pioneer, you've got the power and the choice.


All in. You get a CD player, a slot-in MiniDisc recorder, a separate amplifier and a 3-way loudspeaker system.
Widen your options Not only is it fit, its flexible. IS comes with a front panel connection port, letting you link to a games console, portable MD, CD or cassette recorder making it easy to record your personal compilations.


Need a cassette deck? This is the one that fits the look.
A cool compartment for your CDs, cassettes and remote control. Slide it under the main unit for a perfect compact look.
For full product features and specifications, please see pages 64 to 65
Big Power in One Package Mini
Clubbing in your room? Easy! Pioneer's mini-systems are small enough not to take up all your space, but powerful enough to pump out the big beats and groove mixes you love! With flashy displays and space-age design, youll want to share it. Invite your friends, have a party, and show off. Of course, you may not have room for everyone.


140 W x 2


High-tech merges with power sound. Thanks to the 3-way, chrome-finished speakers, this hyper-modern system with a 3 CD player, cassette deck and RDS tuner makes a statement. Plus its easy to connect an MP-3 player or any other digital component to add to the sound possibilities.


Something slightly subtle? Maybe youll want this tasty unit with a 3 CD player, cassette deck and RDS tuner. Its crisp 3-way speakers pour out pure sound while the cassette player features music search.
The X-MT2000 is pure class with a lot of sound. a 3 CD Player designed to give you extra hours of listening pleasure. Small, but stylish, perfect for the living room or bedroom. Wood-tone speakers and a smart-looking aluminium front panel fulfil your style requirements.
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20 W x 2
Attention to detail. This stylish microsystem is just what you need for any room from the office to the bedroom. Its 3 CD player and RDS tuner offer 2 x 20 watt output power. This quality unit is loaded with practical extras like a CD wake-up and a snooze function. All we can say is have fun!
For full product features and specifications, please see pages 64 to 65.

NS-DV55 Features

NS-DV55 Specifications
SYSTEM Cable length DVD TunerDisplay DVD TunerSubwoofer Display Unit Dimensions Weight Remote Control Unit Dimensions Weight Power Consumption On Standby Dimensions Weight AMPLIFIER SECTION DIN Continuous Power Output (8 ) Front (1 kHz, 1 % THD) Centre (1 kHz, 1 % THD) Rear (1 kHz, 1 % THD) Subwoofer (100 Hz, 1 % THD) CD/DVD PLAYER SECTION S/N Ratio (Audio) Dynamic Range Distortion Frequency Response 48 kHz Sampling 96 kHz Sampling SPEAKER SECTION Front Satellite Impedance Frequency Range Maximum Input Power Sensitivity (1 m/V) Dimensions (S-DV55ST-K) (W x H x D) Dimensions (S-DV55ST-Q) (W x H x D) Weight (S-DV55ST-K) Weight (S-DV55ST-Q) Centre Satellite Impedance Frequency Range Maximum Input Power Sensitivity (1m/V) Dimensions (S-DV55ST-K) (W x H x D) Dimensions (S-DV55ST-Q) (W x H x D) Weight (S-DV55ST-K) Weight (S-DV55ST-Q) Subwoofer Impedance Frequency Range Maximum Input Power Sensitivity (1m/V) Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight 1.5 m 5mxx 86 x 62 mm 0.23 kg 59 x 234 x 34 mm 0.15 kg (without battery) 173 W 1W 280 x 82 x 240 mm 3.1 kg 30 W x W 30 W x W 115 dB 100 dB 0.004 % 4 22,000 Hz 4 44,000 Hz 8.7 cm 20,000 Hz 40 W 86 dB 110 x 154 x 75 mm 110 x 154 x 78 mm 0.76 kg 0.81 kg 8.7 cm 20,000 Hz 40 W 85.5 dB 210 x 110 x 75 mm 210 x 110 x 78 mm 0.83 kg 0.92 kg 16 cm 300 Hz 65 W 81.2 dB 190 x 430 x 425 mm 13.8 kg

SYSTEM Timer Display Dimmer Remote Control Unit AMPLIFIER SECTION DIN Continuous Power Output (8 ) Front (1 kHz, 1 % THD) Centre (1 kHz, 1 % THD) Rear (1 kHz, 1 % THD) Subwoofer (100 Hz, 1 % THD) Number of Functions DVD Tuner Video1 Video In/Out Audio In/Out Video2 Video In Audio In Audio1 Audio In/Out Audio2 Audio In Video Out P-Bass Dolby Digital 5.1 ch Dolby Pro Logic DTS Surround 5.1 ch DTS-CD Surround mode Auto Standard Musical Drama Action Virtual Surround 1 Virtual Surround 2 Rear Wide DSP mode Hall 1 Hall 2 Jazz Dance Theatre 1 Theatre 2 Simulated Stereo Midnight Mode Bass & Treble Control TUNER SECTION RDS Tuner Auto Tuning Presets CD/VIDEO CD/DVD PLAYER SECTION Programmed Play Random/Repeat Play Last Memory Condition Time Search Step/Slow 96kHz/24-bit D/A Converter Video Video System SPEAKER SECTION Satellite Magnetically Shielded Subwoofer Magnetically Shielded
Wake up/Sleep FL (Separate) 5 step (without Off ) Preset, Learning & EL backlight
30 W x W 30 W x W 6 RCA + S2 RCA RCA+S2 RCA+Coaxial (or Optical) RCA + Optical RCA RCA + S2 8 7 / 5 Discs 15 Discs / 1Vp-p Auto/NTSC/PAL

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TECHNICAL FEATURES Playback Discs Dual System (PAL/NTSC) (Video output) Twin-Wave Laser Pick-up Both-Side Play (LD) CONSTRUCTIONS Layered Chassis Acoustic Damper Tray AUDIO FEATURES Built-in Dolby Digital Decoder (5.1-channel) Built-in DTS Decoder 96 kHz/24-bit D/A Converter Hi-bit Convertion Legato Link Conversion (H = Hi-bit) Digital Output Dolby Digital Linear PCM MPEG Audio DTS (DVD) Virtual Dolby Surround Virtual Dolby Digital Local regulator for Analogue Audio Symmetrical Audio Circuit VIDEO FEATURES 10-bit Video Signal D/A Converter (DVD/VCD) DVP (Digital Video Processing System) (LD) Component Frame DNR PRO PureCinema Progressive Scan (for NTSC) Mosquit Noise Reduction Block Noise Reduction High-Quality Circuits (LD) Horizontal Sharpness (DVD) Fine Focus Digital Filter 8-bit Digital Field Memory (LD) CONVENIENCES GUI (Graphical User Interface) Basic/Expert Mode Selection Guide Indication Set-Up Navigator On-Screen Information Jog & Joystick Remote control unit Head-Up Remote control unit 32-Key Card-Type Remote Control On-Screen Display On/Off Large Screen 7-inch Wide LCD Display Reverse-Angle display Built-In Stereo Speaker Transfer Bit Rate Indicator Accurate Digital Servo with Automatic Jitter Adjustment (DVD) Viter-bi RF Decoding Process (DVD) FL dimmer/off SPECIAL PLAY FUNCTIONS Program Memory (Title or Chapter) & Auto Play TrickPlay Processor Resume Function (STOP Key) Condition Memory (DVD) Continue Play Memory Repeat Mode (All, Title/Chapter, A-B) Programme Play (CD/Track, Video/Chapter, Title) Still Play (Field/Frame/Auto) Still/Step Play (Forward/Reverse, except VCD reverse) Slow Play (except VCD reverse) Random Play SCAN/SEARCH FUNCTIONS 10-Key Direct Search and Play (Chapter/Track) Title Search Frame Search Speaker Setting (Centre, Rear, Subwoofer)

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Preset & Smart


(4) 30 (External) 4 (assign) 1 4/5 2A/2AV+1V 5/3 All (5.1-ch) (In/Out) (All) (P)
30 (DVD) 4/4 2A/1AV+1V 4/2 (C/SW) (Out) (Front/Center)
30 (DVD) 2 4/3 2A/1AV+1V

30 (DVD)

3/3 1A/1AV+1V

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(SW) (Out) (In) (All)


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A/V Amplifiers & Receivers Specifications
AMPLIFIER SECTION DIN Continuous Power Output (1 kHz) Stereo (4 ) Stereo (6 ) Stereo (8 ) Surround Front Channels Centre Channel Rear Channels Total Harmonic Distortion (20 20,000 Hz, 8 ) Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) PHONO (MM) CD, TUNER, AUX, TAPE CD, LINE, TAPE, VCR, LD (LDP) Frequency Response PHONO (MM) CD, TUNER, AUX, TAPE CD, LINE, TAPE Signal-to-Noise Ratio (DIN; continuous rated power output/50mW) PHONO (MM) CD, TUNER, AUX, TAPE CD, LINE, TAPE FM TUNER SECTION Usable Sensitivity (Mono) Sensitivity (DIN) Mono (26 dB S/N, 75 ) Stereo (46 dB S/N, 75 ) Signal-to-Noise Ratio Mono (DIN) Stereo (DIN) Stereo Separation (1 kHz) VIDEO SECTION Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) MISCELLANEOUS Power Requirements
120 W x W x W x 2 (THD 1 %) 130 W x 2 (6 ) 130 W (6 ) 130 W x 2 (6 ) 0.09 % 4.7 mV/47 k 335 mV/47 k 110 W x 2 (8 , THD 1 %) 110 W (8 , THD 1 %) 110 W x 2 (8 , THD 1 %) 0.09 % 4.7 mV/47 k 335 mV/47 k 20 20,000 Hz.03 dB 5 100,000 Hz +0 dB, -3 dB 20 20,000 Hz.03 dB 100 W x 2 (THD 1 %) 100 W x 2 (8 , THD 1 %) 100 W (8 , THD 1 %) 100 W x 2 (8 , THD 1 %) 0.09 % 4.7 mV/47 k 335 mV/47 k 20 20,000 Hz.03 dB 335 mV/47 k 200 mV/47 k 200 mV/47 k 200 mV/47 k 0.7 V /50 k 100 W x 2 (THD 1 %) 80 W x 2 (THD 0.9 %) 80 W x 2 (THD 0.9 %) 80 W x 2 (THD 0.9 %) 100 W x 2 (8 , THD 1 %) 100 W (8 , THD 1 %) 100 W x 2 (8 , THD 1 %) 0.09 % 80 W/ch* x 2 (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W/ch* x 2 (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W/ch* x 2 (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W/ch* x 2 (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W/ch* x 2 (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W (8 , THD 0.9 %) 80 W/ch* x 2 (8 , THD 0.9 %) 0.05 % 75 W x 2
5 100,000 Hz +0 dB, -3 dB

68/61 dB 92/65 dB

68/61 dB 92/65 dB 92/65 dB 88/64 dB 88/64 dB 88/64 dB 118 dB (IHF, A-network)
15.2 dBf, IHF (1.6 V/75 ) 1.1 V 50 V 62 dB 58 dB 40 dB (1 kHz) 1 V p-p/V p-p/75
15.2 dBf, IHF (1.6 V/75 ) 1.1 V 50 V 62 dB 58 dB 40 dB (1 kHz) 1 V p-p/75 AC V (UK 230 V) 50/60 Hz 400 W 420 x 173 x 463 mm 17.6 kg

15.2 dBf, IHF (1.6 V/75 ) 1.1 V 50 V 62 dB 58 dB 40 dB (1 kHz) 1 V p-p/75 AC V (UK 230 V) 50/60 Hz 400 W 420 x 173 x 463 mm 16.2 kg
15.2 dBf, IHF (1.6 V/75 ) 1.1 V 50 V 62 dB 58dB 40 dB (1 kHz) 1 V p-p/75 AC V (UK 230 V) 50/60 Hz 220 W 420 x 158 x 401 mm 8.4 kg
15.2 dBf, IHF (1.6 V/75 ) 1.1 V 50 V 62 dB 58 dB 40 dB (1 kHz) 1 V p-p/75 AC V (UK 230 V) 50/60 Hz 220 W 420 x 158 x 391 mm 8.4 kg
15.2 dBf, IHF (1.6 V/75 ) 1.1 V 50 V 62 dB 58 dB 40 dB (1 kHz) 1 V p-p/75 AC V AC V (UK 230 V) (UK 230 V) 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 220 W 220 W 420 x 158 x 391 mm 420 x 128 x 319 mm 8.4 kg 7.6 kg
Power Consumption Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight *Total using one channel.
AC V AC V (UK 230 V) (UK 230 V) 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 500 W 400 W 420 x 173 x 470 mm 420 x 173 x 470 mm 18 kg 16.2 kg
A/V Amplifiers & Receivers Rear Panels - 1


A/V Amplifiers & Receivers Rear Panels - 2
A/V Speakers Specifications
S-V 39T S-V 59T S-V 39 S-V 30 S-V 30 S-V 59 S-W 8
22 cm cone woofer Front Bass-reflex type 65.5 W AC V 50/60 Hz Speaker level: Line level (RCA Jack): 1.6 V + 1.6 V/15 k* 160 mV/50 k Hz 250 x 480 x 384 mm 14 kg
SYSTEM Centre speakers Front speakers Rear speakers Magnetically shielded for video use Front


Rear Subwoofer Module Enclosure Built-in Amplifier Stereo (Screw Terminal) Mono (Pin Jack) Power Consumption Power Requirements Input Sensitivity/Impedance (100 Hz) Impedance Frequency Range
compact tall boy satellite 14 cm cone woofer (x3), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 10 cm cone woofer (x2), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 10 cm dual-cone
compact satellite satellite 10 cm dual-cone
10 cm cone woofer (x2), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 10 cm dual-cone 22 cm cone woofer
compact tall boy satellite 14 cm cone woofer (x2), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 10 cm dual-cone (x2) 10 cm dual-cone
10 cm dual-cone (x2) 10 cm dual-cone 14 cm cone woofer (x2)
compact tall boy satellite 14 cm cone woofer (x2), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 8.3 cm cone woofer (x 2), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 8.3 cm cone type
compact satellite satellite 10 cm cone woofer 2.5 cm dome tweeter 8.3 cm cone woofer (x 2), 2.5 cm dome tweeter 8.3 cm cone type 22 cm cone woofer
Sensitivity (1m/W) Music Power (DIN) DIMENSIONS (W X H X D) Front

120 W x W x 2

90 W x W x 2

80 W x W x 2

60 W x W x 2

50 W x W x 2




(Phono) (only A)

AMPLIFIER SECTION Power Output DIN (1 kHz, 4 ) DIN (1 kHz, 8 ) Continuous Power Output 20 20,000 Hz, 20,000 Hz, 8 Dynamic Power Output (4/8 ) Total Harmonic Distortion (20 20,000Hz, 8 , at 3 dB) Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) PHONO (MM) CD, TUNER, AUX, TAPE CD, LINE, TAPE, VCR, LD (LDP) Frequency Response CD, TUNER, AUX, TAPE CD, LINE, TAPE Signal-to-Noise Ratio (DIN; continuous rated power output/50 mW) PHONO (MM) CD, TUNER, AUX, TAPE CD, LINE, TAPE FM TUNER SECTION Usable Sensitivity (Mono) Sensitivity (DIN) Mono (26 dB S/N, 75 ) Stereo (46 dB S/N, 75 ) Signal-to-Noise Ratio Mono/Stereo (DIN) Stereo Separation (1 kHz) MISCELLANEOUS Power Requirements Power Consumption Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight
120 W x W x W x 2* 80 W x 2* 0.06 %*
90 W x W x W x 2* 45 W x 2* 0.05 %*
80 W x W x W x 2* 45 W x 2* 0.08 %*
60 W x W x W x 2* 35 W x 2* 0.08 %*

50 W x W x 2

30 W x 2* 0.08 %*

40 W x W/50 W 0.09 %

2.8 mV/50 k 200 mV/50 k

2.5 mV/47 k 200 mV/47 k

5 100,000 Hz* +0 dB, 3 dB

5 100,000Hz* +0 dB, 3 dB

5 100,000 Hz* +0 dB, 3 dB 5 100,000 Hz +0 dB, 3 dB
71 dB/67 dB* 95 dB/71 dB*
71 dB/67 dB* 91 dB/71 dB*
67 dB/61 dB* 82 dB/62 dB 14.2 dBf (1.4 V, 75 ) 1.0 V 50 V 62 dB/58 dB 40 dB
V, Hz V, Hz V, Hz V, Hz V, Hz V, Hz 220 W 160 W 140 W 130 W 80 W 370 W (max) 420 x 128 x 335 mm 420 x 128 x 335 mm 420 x 114 x 307 mm 420 x 114 x 307 mm 420 x 114 x 307 mm 420 x 140 x 313 mm 7 kg 6.9 kg 5.9 kg 4.7 kg 4.3 kg 5,4 kg
* Direct switch on ** On EIA test signal
Integrated Amplifiers & Receivers Specifications

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Integrated Amplifiers & Receivers Features

CT-W 806 DR

CT-W 706 DR

CT-W 606 DR

CT-W 505 R

CT-W 208 R

Cassette Decks Features
WIDE-RANGE TECHNOLOGY 20-bit A/D-D/A Converter Legato Link Conversion MECHANICAL FEATURES Centre Mount Design AUDIO FEATURES Digital Noise Reduction FLEX (Frequency Level Expander) ALCA (Auto Level Control with Tape Analysis) TDNS (Tape Duplication Noise Suppressor) Super Auto BLE XD Auto BLE Dolby Noise Reduction Dolby HX Pro LOW-NOISE FEATURES Display Off Switch ANTI-RESONANCE AND ANTI-VIBRATION DESIGNS Honeycomb Chassis CONVENIENCES Double Cassette Conveniences Auto-Reverse (R = Record, P = Play) Digital Synchro (O = Optical) CD-Deck Synchro Powered Loading/Eject Timer Record/Play (Timer Optional) Relay Record/Play (R = Record, P = Play) Parallel Recording Normal/High-Speed Dubbing Last Memory Music/Skip Search Auto Space Rec Mute Headphone Output (V = with Volume Control) SR (System Remote) Terminal Microphone Input DISPLAY Electronic Counter Fluorescent Peak-Hold Level Meter


Stereo CD Tuner


Stereo Power Amplifier

M-F10 M-NS1

Speaker System


Stereo Cassette Deck


Operating Instructions

Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. In the UK, this system comprises the XC-F10 (Stereo CD Tuner); M-F10 (Stereo Power Amplifier); and S-F10-LRW (Speaker System). In all other countries the model names are XC-NS1, MNS1 and S-NS1-LRW respectively. The optional CT-F10 Stereo Cassette Deck is available in the UK only. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference. In some countries or regions, the shape of the power plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory drawings. However, the method of connecting and operating the unit is the same.
This product complies with the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC), EMC Directives (89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC) and CE Marking Directive (93/68/EEC).


The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. CAUTION: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.


The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue : Neutral Brown : Live If the plug provided is unsuitable for your socket outlets, the plug must be cut off and a suitable plug fitted. The cutoff plug should be disposed of and must not be inserted into any 13
amp socket as this can result in electric shock. The plug or adaptor of the distribution panel should be provided with a 5 amp fuse. As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with 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. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal of a three-pin plug. NOTE After replacing or changing a fuse, the fuse cover in the plug must be replaced with a fuse cover which corresponds to the colour of the insert in the base of the plug or the word that is embossed on the base of the plug, and the appliance must not be used without a fuse cover. If lost, replacement fuse covers can be obtained from your dealer. Only 5 A fuses approved by B.S.I. or A.S.T.A. to B.S. 1362 should be used.


These labels can be found on the units bottom panel.
[For XC-F10/ XC-NS1] CAUTION This product contains a laser diode of higher class than 1. To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. The following caution label appears on your unit.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories These Operating Instructions describe the operating procedures of both the XC-F10 Stereo CD Tuner, M-F 10 Stereo Power Amplifier (Non -UK models, XC-NS1 Stereo CD Tuner and the M-NS1 Stereo Power Amplifier) and the CT-F10 Stereo Cassette Deck. However, the CT-F10 is sold separately.
Location: Bottom of the unit.


Recording and playback of copyrighted material may require consent. See the Copyright Design and Patent Act 1988.

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.

Using the remote control

The diagram below shows the operating range of the remote control.
Use in a place exposed to high temperatures or humidity, including near radiators and other heat-generating appliances. Place on a window sill or other place where the system will be exposed to direct sunlight. Use in an excessively dusty or damp environment. Use near a television or monitor as you may experience interferenceespecially if the television uses an indoor antenna. Use in a kitchen or other room where the system may be exposed to smoke or steam. Use on a thick rug or carpet, or cover with cloththis may prevent proper cooling of the unit. Place on an unstable surface, or one that is not large enough to support the system fully.

7 meters 30 30

Avoiding condensation problems
Keep in mind the following when using the remote control: Make sure that nothing is blocking the remote sensor on the unit. Remote operation may become unreliable is direct sunlight or fluorescent light is shining onto the remote sensor. Remotes for different devices can interfere with each other. Avoid using remotes for other equipment located nearby this unit. Replace the battery when you notice a fall off in the operating range of the remote. Condensation may form inside the player if it is brought into a warm room from outside, or if the temperature of the room rises quickly. Although the condensation wont damage the system, it may temporarily impair its performance. For this reason you should leave it to adjust to the warmer temperature for about an hour before switching on and using.
Discs compatible with this system
Any disc that displays one of the following logos should play in this system. Other discs (such as CD-ROMs) will not play in this unit. Note that this unit cannot record onto recordable discs.

Hints on installation

We want you to enjoy using this system for years to come, so please bear in mind the following points when choosing a suitable location for it:
Use in a well-ventilated room. Place on a solid, flat, level surface, such as a table, shelf or stereo rack.

This system can play CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded with audio. However, depending on the condition of the player and the disc, you may find that not all discs will play successfully. (For example, if the disc is scratched or dirty, or if the players pickup lens is dirty.)
Connecting the CD-tuner to the amplifier
Connect the CD-tuner to the amplifier as described below. If you also have the optional cassette deck, MD recorder or CDRecorder, see their accompanying instructions before following the instructions on this page. This will make connecting up several components easier. Important: When connecting or disconnecting the system cable, make sure that the power is switched off and the unit unplugged from the wall outlet. 1 Pass the system cable through Stand A, as shown, and connect the L-shaped end of the system cable to the socket on the underside of the CD-tuner. Line up the plug and socket before inserting. Make sure the plug clicks home. If you plan to wall-mount the CD-tuner, connect using the other end of the system cable. Stand A
Connect the other end of the system cable to the socket on the rear panel of the power amplifier. Line up the plug and socket before inserting. Make sure the plug clicks home. If you plan to wall-mount the CD-tuner, connect the L-shaped end of the system cable to the amplifier.
Ferrite core (Sound tuning part) 4 If you plan to use the CD-tuner on a table-top or shelf, attach Stand B. Line up the tab on Stand B with the center hole on Stand A and slot it into place. Stand B will slide under the two tabs on the back of Stand A. If you plan to wall-mount the unit, see Wall-mounting your system on page 9. Stand B Stand A
Slot Stand A on to the rear side of the CD-tuner. Line up the three tabs on Stand A with the holes on the CD-tuner, then slot it into place.
To remove Stand B, push the center tab, as indicated, and slide off.

Stand A

To remove Stand A, pull the tab, as indicated, and slide off.
If you have the optional cassette deck, MD recorder or CD-Recorder, connect these before attaching Stand A. (The ribbon cable can pass under the Stand A to keep it tidy.)

Connecting the speakers

The speaker system consists of stereo satellite speakers and a subwoofer for powerful bass sound. Connect the speakers to the amplifier unit as shown below. Important: When connecting or disconnecting speakers, make sure that the power is switched off and the unit unplugged from the wall outlet.

Top cover

(Illustration shows UK model)

AM loop antenna

1 Assemble the antenna as shown.
After fixing the screws, hang the speakers and/or other components on the wall.


Pioneer bears no responsibility for accidents resulting from faulty assembly or installation, insufficient mounting strength of walls or other building fixtures, misuse or natural disasters.
Twist the exposed wire stands together.
Press the tabs to open the terminals then insert a wire fully into each. Release the tab to secure the wire.
For best results, extend the FM antenna fully and fix to a wall or door frame. Dont drape loosely or leave it coiled up. The supplied FM antenna is a simple means of receiving FM stations; using a dedicated, outdoor FM antenna will usually give you better reception and sound quality. See below for connection details. 3
Slide on the top panel cover. The top panel cover has slots to accommodate the antenna wires.
Point the AM antenna in the direction giving the best reception. Avoid placing near computers, television sets or other electrical appliances, and do not let it come into contact with metal objects. Note: The signal earth (H) is designed to reduce noise that occurs when an antenna is connected. It is not an electrical safety earth.
Connecting external antennas
If you find reception quality is poor with the supplied indoor antennas, try connecting outdoor antennas (not supplied).

External AM antenna

Use 56 meters of vinyl-insulated wire and set up either indoors or outdoors. Leave the AM loop antenna connected.

Outdoor antenna

FM wire antenna
The kind of FM antenna supplied depends on the region in which you live. 1 Plug in the FM wire antenna (UK model only).
Indoor antenna (56m vinyl-coated wire)


Connect the FM wire antenna in the same way as the AM antenna (non-UK models).

External FM antenna

Connect an outdoor FM antenna as shown below.
(Illustration shows non-UK model)

Connecting the power

After making sure that everything is properly connected, plug in to a power outlet.


displays the current time and date

When a disc is playing

Elapsed track time (default) displays the track number and the time elapsed


displays the track number and track time

still remaining

displays the disc time still remaining

Saving station presets

You can save up to 30 station presets so that you always have easy access to your favorite stations without having to tune in manually each time. After you've set a station preset you can give it a name so you can remember which is which. The following instructions assume that you are already familiar with tuning into radio stationsturn back to page 17 for detailed tuning instructions.
Listening to a station preset
When using the tuner button to switch between FM and AM, you've probably noticed a third option. This is the station memory mode, in which you can listen to the stations youve previously memorized.
1 Tune into a radio station on either the AM or FM band. See page 17 for detailed instructions on how to do this.
If the system is not already in tuner mode, press TUNER. Use the 4 and buttons to step through the station memories.
Press SYSTEM MENU, then SET. Use 4 or to select STA. MEMORY, then press SET.
The tuner will jump immediately to the frequency in the station memory. Unless you've given the station memory a name (see below for how to do this), the display shows the station memory number and the frequency.
Choose a station preset in which to save the station's frequency. You can save up to 30 station presets. Use the 4 and buttons to select a preset number (130). The number of the currently selected station preset blinks.
Press SET to save the station. The display flashes to indicate that it's saved. Note: Station presets remain memorized for several days if the system is disconnected from the power outlet. After this time, station presets are lost and youll have to reprogram them.
Giving a station memory a name
If you've set up more than a couple of station memories, you'll probably want to give them names that are a little more memorable than FM 108.00. Normally, of course, the name will be that of the radio station.
current list: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ. , ' / <space> abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz. , ' / <space> 0123456789 ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , -. / : ; < = > ? @ _ ` <space> Press SET to enter the character. The cursor moves to the next character position ready for you to input another character.
When you've entered the whole name, press MENU to exit.
Recall the station preset you want to name.
Tip You can move the cursor left and right using the 1 and buttons. To delete the character at the current cursor position, press CANCEL.

See Listening to a station preset on page 21 for detailed instructions on this. Press SYSTEM MENU, then SET. Use 4 or to select STA. NAME, then press SET.
Enter a name for the current station memory. The display shows the station preset number and a blinking cursor.
Names can be up to 9 characters long and can contain letters (upper and lower case), numbers, spaces and other symbols. To select a character: Use the SYSTEM DISP button to switch between character lists: Alphabet (uppercase) Alphabet (lowercase) Numbers (0-9) & punctuation/symbols Use the 4 and buttons to select a character from the
Using RDS (UK model only)
Radio Data System, or RDS as it's usually known, is a system used by FM radio stations to provide listeners with various informationthe name of the station and the kind of show they're broadcasting, for example. This information shows up as text on the display, and you can switch between the kind of information shown. Although you don't get RDS information from all FM radio stations, you do with most. Probably the most useful feature of RDS is that you can search automatically by type of program. So, if you felt like listening to jazz, you could have the MT search for a station that's broadcasting a show with the program type, "JAZZ." There are around 30 such program types, including various genres of music, news, sport, talk shows, financial information, and so on. This unit let's you display three different kinds of RDS information: Radio Text, Program Service Name, and Program Type. Radio Text (RT) is a message sent by the radio station. It can be anything the broadcaster choosesa talk radio station might give out its telephone number as RT, for example. Program Service Name (PS) is the name of the radio station. Program Type (PTY) indicates the kind of program currently being broadcast.

Program types

Pop M Rock M M.O.R. M Light M Classics Jazz Country Nation M Oldies Folk M Other M News Affairs Info Sport Educate Drama Culture Science Varied Weather Finance Children Social A Religion Phone in Travel Leisure Document Pop music Rock music "Middle of the road" music 'Light' classical music 'Serious' classical music Jazz music Country music Popular music in a language other than English Popular music from the '50s Folk music Other music not fitting any of the above categories News Current affairs General information Sports Educational material Radio drama Arts and culture Science and technology Usually talk-based material, such as quiz shows or interviews. Weather reports Finance and business Childrens entertainment Social affairs Religious programming Phone in talk show Holiday-type travel rather than traffic announcements, etc. Leisure interests and hobbies Documentaries

The side of the tape you'll hear is whichever is facing toward you when you load it. This is the 'forward' (3) direction, while the other side is 'reverse' (2). The forward indicator is shown in the display. To play the other side of the tape, press TAPE. Each time you press tape during playback, the other side of the tape starts playing. Pressing tape when the tape is stopped starts playback on the side it was playing previously. The current tape direction is indicated in the display. To rewind or fast forward the tape, press 1 or. To skip back or forward a track on the tape, press 4 or. searches for the next blank space between tracks on the side currently playing (in other words, to the start of the next track), then resumes playback. 4 searches for the previous blank space between tracks on the side currently playing (in other words, to the start of the current track), then resumes playback. By pressing 4 or more than once, the tape deck will skip several tracks at once (up to a maximum of 15). For example, press twice to skip forward two tracks.
Press TAPE to switch to tape mode. Note: Track search is unlikely to work reliably in the following cases:
Load a cassette tape then press TAPE to start playback. Playback will start from the side facing you when you load it.
if the space between tracks is less than about 4 seconds if the recording is particularly noisy so the spaces are not recognized if the recording contains frequent silences, such as a language study tape. if the recording contains sections of very quiet material, such as some classical music recordings 6 To stop the tape, press 7. Press 0 on the top panel to eject the tape.
If youre using the top panel controls, press to start playback. Use a tape that's already recorded on so you can hear something in the following steps!
Tip If there's already a tape in the deck, then pressing the TAPE buttoneven when the system is in standby mode will switch the system on and start the tape playing.

Setting the reverse mode

The tape deck can play both sides of a tape without you having to take the cassette out and turning it over by hand. This feature is called auto-reverse (because to play the other side of the tape, the tape travels in the opposite direction). You can switch sides any time while playing a tape by pressing the tape button. The reverse mode, however, tells the deck what to do when it reaches the end of the tape on the side it's playing. There are two modes: endless and one-way.
Reducing tape hiss with Dolby NR.
For best sound quality, tapes that are recorded with Dolby NR should be played with Dolby NR switched on. This includes virtually all commercially produced tapeslook for the doubleD symbol (2) on the inlay card, or on the cassette tape itself.

Load a cassette into the tape deck. In order to follow these instructions more easily, load the cassette with side A facing you. Check the recording direction. If the tape direction indicator shows 3 , then recording will start from side A. If it shows 2 , then recording will start from side B. If you need to change the direction, press TAPE twice, then 7. Set the auto-reverse mode. If you set this to one-way, then recording will stop after reaching the end of the current side. If it's set to endless, then recording will continue onto the other side of the tape. However, if you start recording in the reverse direction, (2) only that side of the tape will be recorded. For detailed instructions on setting the reverse mode, see page 27.
Turn Dolby NR on or off as required. Using Dolby NR improves the sound quality of tape recordings that are going to be played on Dolby NR equipped players. If the tape is not going to be played on a Dolby NR equipped player (or if you're not sure), you should leave Dolby NR off. See page 27 for detailed instructions on switching Dolby NR on/off.
Press CD to switch to the CD. Load the CD you want to record. See page 15 for detailed instructions on loading discs. If the disc has started playing, press 7. If you want to record just one track, select the track using the 4 and buttons. Press 8 (top panel only). The tape deck goes into record-pause mode, waiting for you to start the CD.

Recording other sources

Usually, when recording a CD or MD, the synchro-recording feature is the easiest way to do it. However, if you want to record from the tuner or from a component connected to the auxiliary inputs, you'll need to start and stop the recording manually.
Press CD to start the CD playing. Recording starts automatically with the CD. Once the track or disc has finished, the tape deck goes back into record-pause mode press 7 to fully stop recording. Should you want to stop recording before the track/disc has finished playing, simply press 7 any time during the recording. Note: If the recorder has to switch the side of the tape half way through a track, recording will start again on the other side from the beginning of the same track. This means you don't get a single track spread over two sides of a tape. 1
Follow steps 14 of Recording CDs on page 28. Load a cassette Set the record direction Set the reverse mode Switch Dolby NR on/off.
Select the source you want to record. For example, if you want to record from the tuner, press tuner, and tune into a station. If you are recording from another component, set it up ready for playback.

Press TIMER and select TIMER REC. Remember: Switch between timer menu options using the 4 and buttons; select the option by pressing SET. Use 4 and to select TIMER EDIT, then press SET. Set the recording start time: First, set the hour: Use the 4 and buttons to change the flashing hour display, then press SET. Next, set the minute: Use the 4 and buttons to change the flashing minute display, then press SET. 1
Press TIMER and select TIMER REC. Remember: Switch between timer menu options using the 4 and buttons; select the option by pressing SET. Use 4 and to select TIMER OFF, then press SET. After pressing SET, the timer indicator in the display goes out.
Setting the record timer and the wake-up timer
You can set the record timer together with the wake-up timer (described on page 32) to record a radio program with the record timer, then later start playing a CD at the time set by the wake-up timer, for example. Be careful, however, to leave at least a minute between the end time for one timer and the start time of the another. If the start and end times overlap or are the same, the later timer will not operate correctly.

(UK model only)

You can choose to display various kinds of information when using the tape deck. Switch between them by pressing the SYSTEM DISP button.

Timer recording

Wake-up timer


End time

Start time

At least 1 minute


displays the tape counter


displays the current date
Resetting the tape counter
The tape deck has a digital tape counter which resets to zero each time you load a cassette or switch the power off. You can reset the counter to zero at any other time from the menu. Press SYSTEM MENU, then SET. Use 4 or to select C.RESET, then press SET.
The counter returns to zero.

The timer menu

Using the timer features you can automatically record a program from the tuner at a certain time, wake up to a CD playing, or fall asleep at night to the radio. These functions are available from the timer menu, which is accessed by pressing the TIMER button. The menu has four options.
Setting the wake up timer
Once set, the wake-up timer will remain active (i.e., it will switch on the system every day) until you cancel it (see Cancelling the wake up timer below). You can wake up to the sound of any component in the system, but not a component connected to the auxiliary inputs. To set the wake up timer, you'll need to tell it which component to start playing, what time to start, and also what time to stop.


Set the system to switch on and start playing at a certain time (for example, at the same time as your alarm clock goes in the morning).


Set the optional tape deck, MD or CD-Recorder to record from the auxiliary inputs or a radio program at a certain time.
TIMER REC SLEEP TIMER Set the system to switch off at a certain time (for example, half an hour after you go to bed). CLOCK ADJUST Set the clock to the correct time (see page 14). Remember, the timer functions won't work properly unless you've set the clock!
Select the component you want the timer to start playing. For example, press the CD button and load a CD into the player (no need to start it playing). If you're using the tuner, tune in to a radio station. Remember to set the volume at a suitable level. Press TIMER and select WAKE-UP.
Remember: switch between timer menu options using the 4 and buttons; select the option by pressing SET. Use 4 and to select TIMER EDIT, then press SET. Set the time to switch on. First, set the hour: use the 4 and buttons to change the flashing hour display, then press SET. Next, set the minute: use the 4 and buttons to change the flashing minute display, then press SET.
5 Set the switch off time. Set the hour: use the 4 and buttons to change the flashing hour display, then press SET. Next, set the minute: use the 4 and buttons to change the flashing minute display, then press SET.

Setting the sleep timer

When setting the sleep timer, you only have to tell the system when to switch off.
After pressing SET the display shows you the settings youve just made, including the switch on and off times, the component, and the volume level.
The clock and sunrise symbols in the display indicate that the wake up timer is active. Note: for the wake-up timer to work, the system must be in standby, so remember to switch the system off before going to sleep (the standby indicator lights green in timer-standby mode). In timer-standby you can check the timer settings by pressing TIMER. 1 Press TIMER and select SLEEP TIMER.
Cancelling the wake up timer
The wake-up timer doesn't automatically cancel, since you may well want to have the system switch on every morning at the same time, for example. 1 Press TIMER and select WAKE-UP.
Remember: switch between timer menu options using the 4 and buttons; select the option by pressing SET. 2 Use 4 and to select a switch off time, then press SET. AUTO plays the current CD, CD-R, tape or MD out, then switches off the system 90 switches off after 90 minutes 60 switches off after 60 minutes 30 switches off after 30 minutes OFF cancels the sleep timer if it was previously set The sleep indicator lights in the display to show the sleep timer is set and the display dims. To check how much time is left on the sleep timer, select SLEEP TIMER from the timer menu, then press SET. The display shows the remaining time. Tip The AUTO setting will not be available if a CD, CD-R or MD is playing in repeat mode (see page 19), or if a tape is playing in endless mode (see page 27). If you select AUTO, then subsequently start playing something in repeat or endless mode, the sleep timer will change automatically to the 90 minute setting.

To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. For stubborn dirt, wet a soft cloth with a mild detergent solution made by diluting one part detergent to 5 or 6 parts water, wring well, then wipe off the dirt. Use a dry cloth to wipe the surface dry. Do not use volatile liquids such as benzene and thinner which may damage the surfaces.

Moving the unit

If you need to move the unit, first switch it off and unplug from the wall outlet. Avoid lifting or moving the unit during playback or recording.
Removing/replacing the satellite speaker grilles
You can use the satellite speakers with or without the grilles. To remove: Gently pull the bottom half of the grille away from the speaker. Pull away the top half to completely remove the grille. To put back on: Line up the grille with the holes in each corner of the speaker Push the grille back on.

CD lens cleaner

The CD pickup lens should not become dirty in normal use, but if for some reason it should malfunction due to dirt or dust, consult your nearest Pioneer authorized service center. Although lens cleaners for CD players are commercially available, we do not recommend using them since some may damage the lens.

Tape head cleaner

To maintain the recording/playback quality of the tape deck, use a commercially available wet-type cassette head cleaner. Avoid using dry-type cassette head cleaners.
Switching the door open sensor on/off
The door open sensor on the front of the CD tuner has two operating modes, as well as an off setting. Switch the unit into standby. Press SYSTEM MENU and select SENSOR MODE.
Switching the auxiliary attenuator on/off
Depending on the component that you connect to the auxiliary inputs, its possible that the signal level will be too high for this system to play properly without the sound distorting. If you notice distortion when listening to the auxiliary component, try switching the attenuator on. Switch the unit into standby. Press SYSTEM MENU and select AUX ATT.
Remember: switch between menu options using 4 and ; select the option by pressing SET. 3 Use 4 or to select MODE 1, MODE 2 or OFF as required. SNSR MODE 1 (default) the door will open automatically, even if a disc is currently playing. SNSR MODE 2 the door will only open automatically if no disc is playing. SNSR OFF switches off the automatic door feature 4 Press SET. The system goes back into standby. Remember: switch between menu options using 4 and ; select the option by pressing SET. 3 Use 4 or to select ATT ON or ATT OFF as required. The default setting is ATT OFF (attenuate off). Press SET. The system goes back into standby. If you selected ATT ON, the level of the input signal is reduced to prevent distortion.

Remote control doesn't work. Try replacing the batteries. Check that fluorescent light, or other strong light is not shining onto the remote sensor. Make sure that you're using the remote within its operating range.
Can't record Check that the erase-protect tabs are intact, or covered with tape. Cover broken tabs with tape to enable recording. (page 35) Recordings are muddy or distorted Clean the tape heads. (page 35) Previous recording can still be heard underneath a new one. Check that you're using either a Type I (Normal), or Type II (CrO2) tape. Clean the heads. (page 35)
Playback sound is muddy or distorted; high frequency sounds are excessively emphasized. Check that Dolby NR is set to the same setting as that used during recording. (page 27) Miscellaneous problems When the system is installed near a television set, magnetic influence from the speakers may cause the televisions picture to be distorted. This symptom frequently occurs when using an indoor antenna; in this event, install an outdoor antenna, or separate the system farther from the television. Static electricity and other outside electrical influences may cause the system to operate incorrectly. In such cases, unplugging and reconnecting the power cord may help correct the problem. More than one of the same kind of component (CD tuner, MD recorder, CD recorder or cassette deck) cannot be connected at the same time.


Stereo Power Amplifier: M-F10/ M-NS1
Continuous Power (RMS) Satellite. 30 W + 30 W (3 kHz, THD 10%, 8 ) Subwoofer. 50 W (70 Hz, THD 10%, 4 ) Continuous Power (DIN) Satellite. 23 W + 23 W (3 kHz, THD 1%, 8 ) Subwoofer.. 43 W (70 Hz, THD 1%, 4 ) Power Requirements. AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz (UK model) AC 240 V, 50/60 Hz (Non-UK model) Power Consumption (ON mode). 127 W (UK model) 110 W (Non-UK model) Power Consumption (Standby mode). 0.9 W Dimensions. 190 (W) x 80 (H) x 267 (D) mm Weight... 4.0 kg
Satellite Speakers: S-F10-LR/ S-NS1-LR
Type.. Enclosed bookshelf type Speaker Elements.. 70 mm (cone type) Nominal impedance.. 8 Frequency response. 125 Hz20 kHz Maximum power.. 30 W External dimensions. 130 (W) x 245 (H) x 65 (D) mm (w/out stands) Weight... 0.7 kg
Subwoofer: S-F10-W/S-NS1-W
Type.. Phase inversion (bass reflex), bookshelf type Speaker Elements.. 16 cm (cone type) Nominal impedance.. 4 Frequency response.. 22 Hz3000 Hz Maximum power.. 50 W External dimensions. 190 (W) x 282 (H) x 253 (D) mm Weight... 3.5 kg

Stereo CD Tuner: XC-F10/XC-NS1

FM Tuner Section

Frequency Range. 87.5 108MHz Antenna... 75 , unbalanced


Speaker cables.. 2 Subwoofer connecting cable.. 1 Speaker stands... 2 Extra speaker grilles (UK only). 2

AM Tuner Section

Frequency Range.. 531 kHz 1,602 kHz (9 kHz step) 530 kHz 1,700 kHz (10 kHz step) Antenna... Loop antenna
Stereo Cassette Deck: CT-F10
System.. 4-track, 2-channel stereo Heads. Recording/playback head x 1 Erase head x 1 Motor.. DC Servo motor x 1 Frequency Response (20dB recording) Type I (Normal) tape. 20 Hz16,000 Hz 6 dB Type II (High/CrO2) tape. 20 Hz16,000 Hz 6 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 56 dB (EIAJ, peak recording level, audio compensation) Noise Reduction Effect Dolby B-type NR ON.. More than 10 dB (at 5 kHz) Wow and Flutter. 0.07% (WRMS), 0.14% (DIN) Dimensions. 170 (W) x 268 (H) x 66 (D) mm (without stands) Weight... 1.5 kg
Compact Disc Player Section
Type. Compact disc digital audio system Usable discs.. Compact discs Channels.. 2 (stereo) Frequency Response.. 4 Hz20 kHz Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 110 dB (EIAJ) Wow and Flutter.. Limit of measurement (0.001%) or less (EIAJ) Dimensions. 170 (W) x 268 (H) x 66 (D) mm (w/out stands and door closed) Weight... 1.5 kg
Remote control unit.. 1 Stand A... 1 Stand B... 1 Paper pattern.. 1 System cable... 1 AC power cable... 1 FM wire antenna.. 1 AM loop antenna... 1 Lithium battery (CR2025).. 1 Operating Instructions.. 1 Warranty card... 1
Stand A... 1 Stand B... 1 Operating instructions.. 1 Warranty card... 1
Note: Specifications and design subject to possible modification without notice, due to improvements.
Switching the demo on/off
When you first plug in this unit the display shows a demo sequence. When the demo mode is set to on, the demo sequence starts if the unit is idle for more than 5 minutes, unless: the function is set to AUX or TUNER the display is showing the time or calendar Press any button to exit the demo sequence once its started. If you would rather switch off the demo completely, heres how to do it.



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