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0.2 m - 6 m (8" - 20)
Notes concerning use: q Replace the batteries if control distance decreases or operation becomes erratic. q Periodically clean the transmitter window on the remote control and the sensor on the main unit with a soft cloth. q Exposing the sensor on the main unit to strong light may interfere with operation. Change the lighting or the direction of the unit. q Keep the remote control away from moisture, excessive heat, shock, and vibrations.
PREPARATION FOR USE
AM loop aerial
q Unplug the AC power lead from the AC socket before connecting or disconnecting any component.
s Aerial connection
Connect the AM loop aerial wire to the AM ANTENNA socket. Position the AM loop aerial for optimum reception. Place the AM loop aerial on a shelf, etc., or attach it to a stand or wall with screws (not supplied). Notes: q Do not place the aerial on the unit. It may result in noise generation, since the unit is equipped with digital electronics. Place the aerial away from the unit for better reception. q If the AM loop aerial is placed near the AC power lead, it may cause interference. Unplugging the connector: Hold the connector and remove it in the direction indicated by the arrow. Do not pull on the lead.
s Connecting the AC power lead
To AC INPUT
AC 230 V, 50 Hz To an AC socket
q For U.K. customers
q After connecting the aerial, connect the AC power lead to the AC power input socket, then connect the AC power lead plug to an AC socket. q Unplug the AC power lead from the AC socket if the unit is not to be used for a prolonged period of time. q Never use any power lead other than the one supplied. Otherwise, a malfunction or an accident may occur. q Before unplugging the AC power lead, set the ON/STAND-BY switch to STAND-BY. If the AC power lead is unplugged whilst the power is on, the information for track numbers may not be written properly during recording or editing.
SETTING THE CLOCK
When recording, the date and time are recorded on the MiniDisc (page 18), but only when the date and time have been previously entered, as described in the instructions below.
s Setting the date
TIMER / DELETE
Se t the ON/STAND-BY switch to ON and press the TIMER/DELETE button. Within 10 seconds, turn the jog dial until "TIME ADJUST" appears. Within 10 seconds, press the ENTER button. Set the "year" using the jog dial.
About SRS (q) 3D surround:
SRS is a breakthrough technology that creates 3-dimensional sound by processing sound signals based on the human auditory system. It produces real depth and localization of the sound image which cannot be accomplished by ordinary stereo. SRS only requires two speakers.
MD/CD/TUNER DIRECT KEY 7 ST-MODE TUNER
SRS (q) 3D surround effects:
REC MARK AUTO MARK
SLEEP DISPLAY TIME
3D SURROUND ON/OFF MODE
q Live performance atmosphere (Simulates a live concert atmosphere) q The localization of various musical sources is quite clear. (The positions of the musical instruments and singers are very clear.) q Reproduction of depth (Sounds from the front and back of an orchestra can be identified easily.) q Expansion of the sound field (The sound image is spread out over a wide area.)
When listening to a stereo sound source: Ordinary stereo sound
When the sound source is in stereo, you can select from any of 5 different 3D surround effect.
Select any desired audio source and begin playback. Press the 3D SURROUND ON/OFF button to enter the 3D surround mode. Press the MODE button repeatedly to select the desired mode.
q "3D SURROUND" will appear.
q When the MODE button is pressed in the 3D surround mode, the current mode will be displayed. When you press the MODE button again, you can switch the mode. About 3 seconds later, the display will return to the original mode.
MODE 1 MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 MODE 5 3D MONO
Listening area (Listening range with good stereo fidelity)
Effect from each mode
You will enjoy a sound image that produces an intimate sound field. (as in a medium-size hall) This setting gives you a maximum sound field as music comes out beyond the speakers. (as in a large, domed arena) This setting is great for live recording and vocal music. You will hear more vocals in an intimate sound field. (as at a live music performance) This setting greatly increases the amount of vocals or center sounds in a recording. (as in a small club) This setting produces a 3D surround sound from a monaural sound source, for example a video game with monaural output.
MODE-3 MODE-4 MODE-5
Wide listening area (Stereo music can be heard anywhere in the room.)
To cancel the 3D surround effect:
Press the 3D SURROUND ON/OFF button. q "SURROUND OFF" will be displayed, and the 3D surround effect will be cancelled.
COMPACT DISC OPERATION
s Loading and playing CDs
12 cm (5")
8 cm (3")
3,5 CD PLAY
Set the ON/STAND-BY switch to ON. Press the CD s button. Press the
button to open the disc tray.
q Press the button of the disc tray (1 - 3) where you want to load a disc. q You cannot open more than one disc tray at the same time.
NAME / TIMER / TOC EDIT DELETE DISPLAY
Place the CD(s) on the disc tray, label side up.
q Be sure to place 8 cm (3") disc in the middle of a disc holder.
Caution: Do not place more than 1 CD in any tray position. This can damage the player and the CDs.
button of the disc tray which is open.
q Repeat steps 3 - 5 to load one disc each into the second and third disc trays. q The total number of tracks and the total playing time on the selected disc will be displayed. At this time, the red frame that corresponds to the selected disc tray will light up. q The music schedule will be displayed only for the number of tracks on the disc. q If the CD contains more than 21 tracks, "Y" will appear.
Total playing time Total number of tracks The red frame t h a t c o r responds to the selected CD tray will light up. Music schedule The tray with a CD (More tracks indicator) will be displayed.
Press the CD
q Playback will begin from track 1 on the disc you have specified to play. q After the disc finishes playing, the next disc will be automatically played. q When there is no CD in one of the disc 1 - 3 positions, that position will be skipped and the next CD will be played. q When the CD button is pressed after a track is chosen with the jog dial whilst the red frame mark of Disc 1 is lit, playback will start from the chosen track. q When the CD PLAY "2" button is pressed after the CD button has been pressed, continuous playback will be performed, in order, from disc 2 and disc 3. When the CD PLAY "3" button is pressed, only disc 3 will be played back. q When the last track on the third disc has finished playing, the unit will stop automatically.
To interrupt playback:
Press the CD Press the CD point.
button. button to resume playback from the same
To stop playback:
Press the CD s button.
To remove the CDs:
Whilst in the stop mode, press the 7 button. q When playing back a CD, it is possible to remove or change the other two as required.
To switch the unit off after use:
Set the ON/STAND-BY switch to STAND-BY.
s When choosing a CD for playback
Press one of the buttons CD PLAY 1 - CD PLAY 3 to select the CD you want to listen to. q Only the selected CD will be played back. When selecting disc tray 1 When selecting disc tray 2 When selecting disc tray 3
Notes: q If any disc tray is open, it will be automatically closed. q If the CD button is pressed, continuous playback will be performed from the first track of disc 1, even after disc 2 or disc 3 has been selected.
If a CD is loaded in the unit, pressing the CD the power on and begins playback.
Cautions: q Do not carry the unit whilst CDs are in the trays or a MiniDisc is loaded. The discs may come loose inside the unit and be damaged or cause damage to the unit. This may also cause malfunctions. q Do not place two CDs in one disc position. q Do not push the disc tray whilst it is moving. q Do not attempt to push the disc tray by hand. This may cause malfunctions. q If power fails whilst the tray is open, wait until the power supply returns or gently push the tray manually to close it. q If the disc tray is stopped forcibly, "TRAY ERROR" will appear on the display and the unit will not function. If this occurs, turn off the ON/STAND-BY switch and turn it on again. q If TV or radio interference occurs during CD operation, move the unit away from the TV or radio. q If a disc is damaged, dirty, or loaded upside down, the disc will be skipped and the next disc will be automatically played. q If the CDs are dirty or have label adhesive on their surface, make sure to clean them before loading. If a rental CD is loaded or a label has been peeled off from the CD, the surface may be dirty or sticky. Wipe any dirt from the surface. If a dirty CD is loaded and played back, it may become damaged, or it could become stuck in the unit. q If the CD button, CD PLAY 1 - 3 button or the 7 button is pressed when a disc tray is open, the disc tray will be automatically closed. Be careful not to catch your finger. q If the machine is shaken by impact or vibration, playback may be disrupted. If the playback volume of a CD is raised excessively, playback may be disrupted. If this happens, lower the playback volume.
s Loading and playing MiniDiscs
Set the ON/STAND-BY switch to ON. Press the MD s button. Load a MiniDisc in the direction indicated by the arrow on the MiniDisc, with the labeled side facing up.
DISC-1 DISC-2 DISC-3 ON/STAND-BY CD
q The total number of tracks and the total disc playing time will be displayed. q The music schedule will be displayed only for the number of tracks on the disc. q If the MD contains more than 21 tracks, "Y" will appear.
Press the MD
MD 5 10/0
q If the MD has a name, the name will be scrolled. q If the disc name or track name has not been programmed, "NO NAME" will appear. q When the last track has been played back, this unit will stop automatically.
Press the MD button. q Press the MD button to resume playback from the same point.
Press the MD s button.
To remove a MiniDisc:
Disc name Total number Total playing of tracks time Press the 7 button. q The MiniDisc will be ejected.
If a MiniDisc is loaded in the unit, pressing the MD turns the power on, and begins playback.
(More tracks indicator) Notes: q The power cannot be turned off during reading of the information on a MiniDisc. q If TV or radio interference occurs during MD operation, move the unit away from the TV or radio. q Although MiniDiscs will not normally skip due to vibration, you may hear a skip in the sound if there is continuous vibration. When the volume is turned up too high, a skip may occur depending on the contents of MDs. If this happens, turn the volume down and the skipping should stop. q If "DISC ERROR" is displayed during MD operation, see "TROUBLESHOOTING" on page 40, and try again.
Set the ON/STAND-BY switch to ON. Press the TUNER (BAND) button. Press the TUNER (BAND) button to select the desired frequency band. (FM or AM) Press the TUNING ( station.
X or W) button to tune into the desired
MD/CD/TUNER DIRECT KEY 7 ST-MODE 8 TUNER
Press the TUNING ( or ) button as many times as required to adjust the frequency shown on the display to the frequency of the desired station.
When the TUNING ( or ) button is pressed for more than 0.5 seconds, scanning will start automatically and the tuner will stop at the first receivable broadcast station. Notes: q When radio interference occurs during auto scan tuning, auto scan tuning may stop automatically at that point. q If a weak station signal is found during auto scan tuning, the station will be skipped. q To stop the auto tuning, press the TUNING ( or ) button again.
To receive an FM stereo transmission, press the ST-MODE button on the remote control so that the "STEREO" indicator on the display lights up. If the FM reception is weak, press the ST-MODE button on the remote control so that the "STEREO" indicator goes out.
q "ST" will appear when an FM broadcast is in stereo.
q Although the reception changes to monaural, the sound becomes clearer.
TUNING CURSOR TUNER (BAND) TUNER (BAND) TUNER (BAND)
TUNING CURSOR TUNER (BAND) TUNER (BAND)
NAME / TIMER / TOC EDIT DELETE DISPLAY REC ENTER
CD MD DIGITAL EDIT
Set the ON/STAND-BY switch to STAND-BY. Notes: q The tuners memory will store the last station you were listening to in each band, even when the ON/STAND-BY button is switched to STAND-BY. q If the unit receives a radio broadcast near a radio or a TV set, the radio, the TV set or the unit may pick up noise. Move the unit as far away from the TV set or radio as possible.
When the TUNER (BAND) button is pressed and the power is turned on and the last received station will be selected.
s Preset tuning
You can store up to 40 stations in memory (40 stations consisting of any combination of FM and AM stations you like) and recall them at the push of a button.
MODE ON/OFF (BAND)
3D SURROUND TUNER
To enter stations into memory:
Perform steps 1 - 6 in the "Tuning" section. Press the ENTER button. Within 5 seconds, turn the jog dial until the preset channel number flashes in the display.
q Store the stations in memory, in order, starting with preset channel 1. Within 5 seconds, press the ENTER button to store that station in the selected station preset number memory.
q If the preset number indicators go out before the station is memorised, repeat the operation from step 2. Repeat steps 1 - 4 to set other preset stations, or to change a preset station.
q When a new station is stored in the selected station preset number memory, the contents previously memorised will be erased.
To recall a memorised station:
Press the TUNER (BAND) button. Press the tuner preset number button on the remote control or turn the jog dial on the main unit to recall the preset channel number.
q The frequency will appear on the display.
s Changing the display during MD playback
Each time the DISPLAY button is pressed during playback or pause, the display will change as described below.
The track name will be displayed.
q If a track name has not been programmed, "NO NAME" will appear.
The remaining recording time will be displayed. The date and time recorded will be displayed. The level meter will be displayed.
Changing the brightness of the display section:
If you need to operate the unit in different lighting conditions, you can change the brightness of the display section. When the power is on, press the DISPLAY button for at least two seconds. q The display section will become brighter. To return to the original brightness, press the DISPLAY button again for at least two seconds.
4 0dB OVER
Note: q The brightness of the display section is remembered even after the power has been turned off.
s Differences from tape recordings
You cannot record music on the reverse side of a MiniDisc.
MiniDiscs are single sided and should only be inserted with the correct side up. (Page 39)
You can check the total or remaining recordable time (possible recording) before recording.
This lets you plan a recording session so that the last song will not come to an abrupt end before it has finished. (Page 17)
You dont need to search for the starting point at which to record.
The unit automatically finds the point at which recording can start. Recording will start from that point.
The date and time of a recording are automatically saved with the recording.
If you have set the date and time, they will be automatically recorded when a recording is made. (Page 6)
s Disc writing (TOC)
The TOC (Table of Contents) is information on track numbers and recording areas to allow the unit to recognize musical selections or sounds. The entire MD is controlled depending on this TOC, which enables the unit to find the beginning of a track quickly or to automatically record in a vacant area. When you start recording or editing, "TOC" will appear in the display window. This indicates that information in the TOC is now being changed according to recording or editing being performed. (The changed TOC is not yet recorded on the MiniDisc at this time.)
Area for TOC (recording track numbers, track names, etc.)
Area for recording the sound
The TOC is recorded when
q q q q you you you you stop recording. switch to another input source. eject the MiniDisc. turn the power off.
Do NOT unplug the power lead whilst the TOC is being recorded ("TOC" is flashing) and do NOT impart shock to the unit. Otherwise, TOC will not be correctly recorded, and consequently proper playback may not be possible.
s About track numbers
First track Track A Second track Track B Se cond track Track B Third track Track C
When recording from CD
New track numbers will be created automatically according to the original tracks (Synchro maker function). q When you record from a CD to a MiniDisc, the track numbers recorded on the MiniDisc may not match the track numbers on the CD. If this happens, correct the track numbers using the DIVIDE (page 24) and COMBINE (page 25) functions after recording.
First track Track A
Third track Track C
Recordings cannot be made in the following situations.
q If you try recording on a playback-only MiniDisc (commercially available music) q If a MiniDisc is protected against accidental erasure (Page 38) q If there is no more recording time left on the disc (Page 17) q When the "TOC FULL" message appears (Page 39) q If a discs TOC has been damaged q If you are trying to copy a digital signal that has been encoded with the SCMS signal (Serial Copy Management System)
Notes: q When recording important selections, be sure to make a preliminary test to ensure that the desired material is being properly recorded. q The VOLUME, X-BASS, TREBLE and 3D SURROUND controls may be adjusted with no effect on the recorded signal. (Variable Sound Monitor)
s Recording from a CD onto a MiniDisc (OneTouch Editing)
Press the CD s button. Load a compact disc and a recordable MiniDisc.
7 ST-MODE 3 8
MD/CD/TUNER DIRECT KEY 5 10/0 MD
q The total number of tracks and the total playing time on the CD will be displayed. q When a new recordable MiniDisc is loaded, it will take about 15 seconds to enter the record standby mode.
Press the START button.
q Playback of the first track and recording will begin. q When all discs are recorded, recording will automatically stop.
If recording does not begin
When a disc is loaded in each of disc tray 1 - disc tray 3, if all of the tracks on the discs cannot be recorded, the number of tracks that cannot be recorded will be displayed, and then the number of tracks that can be recorded will appear. Then, the unit will enter the record standby mode. Press the START button. q Recording will begin, starting from the first track on disc tray 1. q After recording all of the tracks that can be recorded, the unit will automatically stop.
To stop recording:
Press the CD s or MD s button. q Playback and recording will stop after the track numbers have been written on the MiniDisc. It is not possible to pause recording.
To check the remaining time available for recording:
Load a MiniDisc. Press the DISPLAY button.
q The number of tracks that have been already recorded and the available time remaining will be displayed, and five seconds later the unit will return to the original display.
q The timer operation will be cancelled ("TIMER" or "TIMER REC" will go off.) The start and stop times will be stored. Notes: q When the CD or MD is played to the end, playback will stop before the stop time. If you wish to play to the stop time, set repeat play for the CD or MD. q Timer recording starts about 15 seconds before the start time. Caution: In the following cases, the timer recording function will not work q When a MiniDisc has not been inserted q When a playback-only MiniDisc is inserted q When the MiniDisc you inserted is protected against accidental erasure q When there is no recording space left on the MiniDisc you have inserted (when the "TOC FULL" or "DISC FULL" messages appear)
s Setting timer playback or timer recording
Press the TIMER/DELETE button.
q Turn the jog dial so that the "T-STANDBY" display appears. q If the start and stop times have not been set the "T-STANDBY" display does not appear. Set the time.
q The settings will appear in order, and the unit will enter the timer playback or timer recording standby mode. (The power will be turned off.)
s Sleep operation
The radio, compact disc and MiniDisc can all be turned off automatically.
Play back the desired sound source. Press the TIMER/DELETE button. Turn the jog dial so that the "SLEEP" display appears. Within 10 seconds, press the ENTER button.
q If you do not need to change the time, go to step 5.
To change the sleep time:
Whilst the sleep time is displayed, turn the jog dial to adjust the time. (Maximum: 2 hours - Minimum: 1 minute) The amount of sleep time can also be changed during the sleep operation. q 2 hours - 5 minutes 5-minute intervals q 5 minutes - 1 minute 1-minute intervals
Press the ENTER button. The unit will turn off automatically after the preset sleep time has elapsed.
q The volume will decrease gradually 1 minute before the preset sleep time has elapsed. At this time, you cannot change the volume.
To confirm the sleep timer setting:
Press the TIMER/DELETE button. Turn the jog dial so that the "SLEEP" display appears.
To cancel the sleep operation:
If the power is turned off, the sleep operation will be cancelled. The timer operation can also be cancelled as follows if the power cannot be turned off during recording.
To set or cancel the sleep operation using the remote control:
Press the SLEEP button.
Press the SLEEP button twice. Note: q The sleep time cannot be set using the remote control.
Press the TIMER/DELETE button. Turn the jog dial so that the "SLEEP OFF" display appears. Within 10 seconds, press the ENTER button.
q The sleep operation will be cancelled. ("SLEEP" will go off.) Notes: q Once the sleep time is set, it will remain the same duration until the setting is changed. q This sleep functions of this unit cannot be used to control equipment connected to this unit. You must use the sleep functions of the other equipment, if it has them.
Sleep timer setting Timer playback setting Start time (Wake-up start) Desired time End time (Wake-up end)
s Simultaneous sleep and timer operation
1 minute - 2 hours Sleep operation will automatically stop.
Play the desired item (compact disc, MiniDisc, etc.). Set the sleep timer. Set timer playback.
When the preset sleep time has elapsed, the power will be automatically turned off. When the timer start time is reached, the power will be turned on again. Note: q The unit can also be used by a combination of the sleep timer and timer recording function.
USING EXTERNAL UNITS
s Connecting external units
Before starting operation:
q Before connecting external units, turn off the power to each external unit. q Connect each plug completely. If the units are not connected correctly, it may not be possible to record or playback properly. q Recordings made from other equipment are made through an analogue connection.
Other stereo etc.
MONITOR AUX OUT INPUT LEVEL
s Monitor output
To listen to the playback from this unit through other equipment Connect the MONITOR OUT socket to the input of the other equipment using an RCA lead. q Commercially available lead with a stereo plug and phono plug. Note: q The output of "MONITOR OUT" is fixed. The output is not affected by the adjustment of the volume or tone controls.
Phono plug LEFT Stereo 3.5 mm plug RIGHT
To the input socket (CD or AUX)
s Auxiliary input
To listen to playback from other equipment or record it through this unit Connect the AUX socket to the input of the other equipment using an RCA lead. q Commercially available lead with a stereo plug and phono plug.
Phono plug LEFT Stereo 3.5 mm plug RIGHT To the line output socket
Listening to sound from an external unit
Press the AUX button on the remote control. Start playback on the external unit. Adjust the sound level using the VOLUME buttons of this unit.
Recording sound from an external unit
Load a recordable MiniDisc. Press the REC q button. Start playback on the external unit. Adjust the recording level using the INPUT LEVEL control when signals are to be recorded. Press the MD button.
Even if the maximum recording time of a MiniDisc has not been reached, "DISC FULL" may be displayed. Even if several short tracks are erased, the remaining recording time may not show an increase. Two tracks may not be combined in editing.
The total of the recorded time and time remaining on a disc may not add up to the maximum possible recording time.
If recorded tracks are fast reversed or fast forwarded, the sound may skip.
s If a problem occurs
If this unit functions abnormally during operation, first check the following items. If the unit continues to function abnormally, or if an abnormality appears other than listed below, turn off the players power and disconnect the AC power plug, then consult your SHARP dealer or service personnel.
q The clock is wrong. q When a button is pressed, the unit does not respond. q No sound is heard.
q Did a power failure occur?
q Try setting it again. q Turn the power off and on again, and then retry the operation.
q Is the volume level is set to "0"? q Are the headphones connected?
q Increase the volume level. q Disconnect the headphones.
q Radios make unusual noise q When a radio or TV which uses an indoor q It is recommended that you use an exaerial is placed near the unit, the picture or the picture on the TV ternal aerial. on the TV screen may be distorted or the screen is distorted. radio may not function properly.
qCD playback SYMPTOM
The disc is loaded up-side down. The disc is very dirty. The disc which does not satisfy the standards. Is the unit located near excessive vibrations? q Has condensation formed inside the unit?
q Load the disc with the correct side up. q Clean the disc. q Load the correct disc. q Place the unit on a firm, level surface free from
q Even though a disc has been q loaded, "NO DISC" or "ERROR" q is displayed. q q Playback stops in the middle of a track, or playback is not per- q
formed properly. q Playback sounds are skipped.
q Remove the disc and leave the power turned
on. The unit should function properly in about 1 hour.
qMD recording and playback SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE
q A re c or di n g c an n o t be q Is the MiniDisc protected against accidental q Slide the accidental erase prevention tab back erasure? to its original position. made. q Did you try to make recording on a playback-only q Replace it with a recordable disc. MiniDisc? q Put in another recordable disc with recording space on it. q Can you see the "TOC FULL" message in the display?
Frequency range: Sensitivity: FM; AM; FM; AM; 87.5 - 108 MHz 522 - 1,620 kHz 2.5 V 800 V/m
Power source: Power consumption: Output power: AC 230 V, 50 Hz 69 W q For European customers PMPO; 90 W MPO; 21 W (10.5 W + 10.5 W) (DIN 45 324) RMS; 15 W (7.5 W + 7.5 W) (DIN 45 324) q For U.K. customers MPO; 21 W (10.5 W + 10.5 W) (10 % T.H.D.) RMS; 15 W (7.5 W + 7.5 W) (10 % T.H.D.) Auxiliary (analogue); 280 mV/47 kohms Microphone; 600 ohms Headphones; 16 - 50 ohms (recommended; 32 ohms) Monitor output; 1.7 V (1 kohm) Width; 550 mm (21-11/16") Height; 219 mm (8-5/8") Depth; 309 mm (12-3/16") 7.6 kg (16.8 lbs.)
(Compact disc player)
Type: Signal readout: Rotational speed: Error correction: Quantization: Filter: Frequency response: D/A converter: Signal/noise ratio: Dynamic range: Wow and flutter: 3-disc multi-play compact disc player Non-contact, 3-beam semiconductor laser pickup 200 - 500 rpm CLV, Approx. CIRC (Cross Interleave ReedSolomon Code) 16 bit linear 8-times oversampling digital filter 20 - 20,000 Hz (+0/-2 dB) 1-bit D/A converter 95 dB (1 kHz) 90 dB (1 kHz) Unmeasurable (less than 0.001% W. peak)
Input terminals: Output terminals: Dimensions: Weight:
Type: Timer: Digital clock with date function ON/OFF, once a day
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