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If you have a digital component such as a digital amplifier, D/A converter, DAT or MD
Connect the component via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector using an optical cable (not supplied). Take off the cap and plug in the optical cable. POC-15 Optical cable (not supplied) CD player
Connecting the AC power cord
Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet.
Note on placement
Be sure to place the player on a horizontal place. If the player is slanted, it may cause malfunction or damage the player.
When you connect via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector, noise may occur when you play CD software other than music, such as a CD-ROM.
If you have a Sony component with the CONTROL A1 jack
Connect the component via the CONTROL A1 jack. You can simplify the operation of audio systems composed of separate Sony components. For details, refer to the supplementary CONTROL A1 Control System instructions.
Connecting Another CD Player
If you have a Sony CD player in which 5, 50, 200, or 300 discs can be inserted and which is equipped with the CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jack and the command mode of that player can be set to CD 3, you can control that player as the second player with this unit. After connecting this unit and an amplifier, follow the procedure below. Be sure to turn off the power of each player before making this connection.
COMMAND MODE CDP-CX355
Audio cord (1) (Use the cord supplied with the player to be connected.) Monaural (2P) mini-plug cord (1) (not supplied)
Connect the players with an audio cord (see also Hookups on page 5).
To ANALOG OUT
Connect the players with a monaural (2P) miniplug cord.
To an AC outlet To 2ND CD IN
To CONTROL A1
For details on this connection, refer to the supplementary CONTROL A1 Control System instructions.
CDP-CX230, etc. To CONTROL A1
To audio output
Set the COMMAND MODE selector of this player to CD 1 or CD 2, and set the command mode of the second player to CD 3.
To an AC outlet To audio input Amplifier
For details on how to operate the second player, see Controlling Another CD Player on page 21 and Playing Alternately on page 23.
Connect the AC power cord of both players to AC outlets.
Do not connect a player other than that you intend to use as the second player to the 2ND CD IN jacks of this player. When connecting a second CD player, do not connect the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector of this unit to the amplifier.
: Signal flow
To an AC outlet
You can insert up to 300 discs into this player. I/u
Turn the JOG dial until you find the disc slot where you want to insert a disc, while checking the disc number (written beside every slot and also indicated in the display).
Disc slot at the loading position Playing position Rotary table Loading position
The disc number at the loading position appears in the display. If the disc has the Disc Memo (see page 24), the Disc Memo appears instead of the disc number. As you turn the JOG dial, the disc number or the Disc Memo changes.
Press I/u to turn on the player. Open the front cover by pressing OPEN/CLOSE.
Disc number or the Disc Memo
You can classify discs into eight groups by using the Group File function. This feature lets you easily find the disc you want to play. For details, see Grouping Discs on page 28.
Insert a disc with the label side facing right.
Do not insert an empty 8 cm (3-inch) CD adaptor (CSA-8). It may damage the player. Do not attach anything such as seals or sleeves to CDs. It may damage the player or the disc. If you drop a disc into the player and/or the CD wont go into the slot correctly, consult your nearest Sony dealer. When transporting the player, remove all discs from the player. Make sure to insert the disc at a right angle to the rotary table, otherwise damage to the player and/or the disc could result. If the disc is not inserted into the slot completely, reinsert the disc. Make sure the rotary table comes to a complete stop before inserting or removing discs. The front panel closes automatically when you press. Be careful not to put your hand into the player after pressing otherwise your hand may be caught in the front panel.
With the label side facing right
After inserting the disc, you can input the original disc titles instead of the disc numbers (see Labeling Discs on page 24) to locate it easily when you start playing.
Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to insert more discs. Close the front cover by pressing OPEN/CLOSE.
The rotary table turns and the disc slot at the loading position is set to the playing position. Always close the front cover except when you insert or remove discs.
After following Steps 1 to 3 of Inserting CDs on page 7, remove the discs. Then close the front cover. To remove discs easily
After following steps 1 to 3 of Inserting CDs on page 7, press p (DISC EJECT). The disc in the selected slot moves up and you can remove the disc easily. When you press p again, the disc returns back to the normal position. If the disc does not return back to the normal position, reinsert the disc.
The current disc title or disc number appears.
CD TEXT DISC
Press MENU/NO in stop mode. Select lang.? flashes.
MULTI CD TEXT CD1
The current track title appears.
This information also appears when the player locates the track.
Push the JOG dial. The current operating language flashes.
If the disc title and track title have more than 13 characters, only the first 13 characters appear in the display. The track title appears only when the current disc is a CD TEXT disc or the current title has a HIT TITLE (only when the player is in the Hit List mode) (see page 31).
Turn the JOG dial until the language you want appears in the display. Push the JOG dial to select the language. Reading text appears momentarily, then the display shows the information in the selected language.
To play disc highlights Z
Some CD TEXT discs have a feature to play only the highlights of the discs. During stop mode, press HIGH-LIGHT on the remote to start playing disc highlights. Hi LIGHT flashes while playing disc highlights. If you press HIGH-LIGHT while selecting discs without this feature, NO HIGHLIGHT appears in the display.
To check the current language
1 Press MENU/NO while playing a CD TEXT disc. Show lang.? flashes. 2 Push the JOG dial. The current language appears momentarily. You can also check the current language while selecting a CD TEXT disc without multi-language information.
If you select a CD TEXT disc which does not contain the information of the selected language, the display shows the information in another language according to the discs priority.
Locating a Specific Disc
AMS +100 JOG
Locating a disc directly using the remote 1 2
Press DISC. Press the number button of the disc.
Example: To enter number 35 Press 3 then 5. To enter number 100 Press 1, then 10/0 twice.
Press ENTER to start play.
Locating a disc by scanning each Disc Memo (Memo Scan) Z
You can locate a desired disc to play quickly by scanning the Disc Memos (see page 24) in the display. Note that you cannot use this function in the ALL DISCS Shuffle Play mode.
DISC Number buttons >10 ENTER MEMO SCAN
Press MEMO SCAN. MEMO SCAN appears in the display, and the Disc Memos scroll in the display. Press when the Disc Memo of the desired disc to play appears. The disc is set to the playing position, and the player starts playing. In Program Play mode, the disc will be added to the end of the program if you press ENTER instead of.
If NO ENTRY appears in the display, no disc has been labeled with the Disc Memo. Try the Memo Scan function again after labeling the discs.
Locating a disc on the player
Turn the JOG dial until the desired disc number or Disc Memo (see page 24) appears in the display. Push the JOG dial to start play. To skip discs quickly Press +100. Each time you press +100, the player skips 100 discs.
Locating a disc searching for a specific Disc Memo (Memo Search)
You can search for and locate a desired disc by the first character of the Disc Memo (see page 24). The Memo Search function can display the Disc Memo in alphabetical order.
Specifying the Next Disc to Play
You can specify the next disc to play while playing a disc in Continuous or 1 DISC Shuffle Play mode. While playing a disc, turn the JOG dial. NEXT DISC appears in the display and the disc number or Disc Memo (see page 24) changes as you turn the JOG dial. When the desired disc number or Disc Memo appears in the display, stop turning the JOG dial.
Press MEMO SEARCH. MEMO SEARCH appears in the display. Turn the JOG dial to find the desired disc. As you turn the JOG dial, the Disc Memos starting with the input character appear in the display.
Next disc number or the Disc Memo
The characters which are displayed as the first character. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX YZ0123456789 If NOT FOUND appears in the display while inputting the first character with the AMS dial, no disc has been labeled using the input character. Notes
When searching for input characters, blanks and symbols before the first character in the Disc Memo are ignored. When searching input characters, upper and lower cases cannot be differentiated.
After the current disc is played, the next disc you have specified starts playing. If you want to skip to the next disc right away, push the JOG dial while playing the current disc. To cancel the disc you have specified
Press CONTINUE twice.
Playing the Disc Which was Just Inserted Easy Play
You can play the disc which was just inserted only by pressing one button.
Push the JOG dial to select the disc.
Open the front cover by pressing OPEN/CLOSE. Press EASY PLAY. Slot 1 moves into loading position. Insert the disc in slot 1. Press EASY PLAY. The EASY PLAY button is lit and the player starts playing the disc in slot 1.
You cannot specify the next disc to play during ALL DISCS Shuffle Play. Even if you press p or turn off the player during ALL DISCS Shuffle Play, the player remembers which discs or tracks were played and which were not. Therefore, if you want to start ALL DISCS Shuffle Play again from the beginning, be sure to repeat the procedure from Step 1.
To program a whole disc, skip this step. Turn the AMS dial until the desired track number appears in the display.
Push the JOG dial.
The track being programmed
Creating a program using the remote Z
The disc being programmed
DISC Playing order
To program other discs/tracks, do the following:
Number buttons ENTER CLEAR
All tracks of another disc(s) Other tracks on the same disc Other tracks on other discs
CHECK 2 and and to 4
Push the JOG dial or press to start Program Play.
Press PROGRAM until the program number you want (PROGRAM 1, 2, or 3) appears in the display. Press DISC.
To cancel Program Play
The programs remain even after Program Play ends
When you push the JOG dial or press , you can play the same program again.
Press the number button of the disc.
When you press PROGRAM to select Program Play during Continuous or Shuffle Play
The program will be played after the current track.
The program remains until erased
Even if you replace discs, the programmed disc and track numbers remain. Therefore, the player will play the new existing disc and track numbers. However, the programmed disc and track numbers that are not found in the player or on the disc are deleted from the program, and the rest of the program is played in the programmed order.
If you program a whole disc, press ENTER and go to Step 6. If you program a desired disc, press >10.
If you press one of the GROUP buttons to start Group Play, Program Play will be canceled (see page 29).
Press the number button of the track. When the disc has more than 10 tracks, press 0 first then press the corresponding number to enter a track number from 1 to 9.
To program other discs/tracks, do the following: To program
2 to 2 to 5
Playing Using a Timer
You can start playing a disc at any given time by connecting a timer (not supplied). Refer also to the instructions for the timer if you need help.
TIMER Play mode buttons
Press to start Program Play.
Checking the programmed order
You can check your program before or after you start playing. Press CHECK. Each time you press this button, the display shows the disc and track number of each step in the programmed order. (When a whole disc is programmed as one step, ALL appears instead of the track number.) After the last step in the program, the display shows END and returns to the original display.
Press one of the play mode buttons to select the desired play mode. Set TIMER on the player to PLAY. Set the timer to the desired time. The player turns off. When the set time comes, the player turns on and starts playing. After you have used the timer, set TIMER on the player to OFF.
Changing the programmed order
You can change your program before you start playing. To
Erase a track or disc
Press CHECK until the track or disc you do not want appears in the display, then press CLEAR Press CLEAR. Each time you press the button, the last programmed track or disc will be cleared. Follow the programming procedure Hold down CLEAR until CLEAR appears in the display to erase the whole program, then create a new program following the programming procedure
Erase the last track or disc in the program
Add tracks or discs to the end of the program Change the whole program completely
Erasing the program stored in memory 1
Press PROGRAM repeatedly in the stop mode until the program number (PROGRAM 1, 2, or 3) you want to erase appears in the display. Hold down CLEAR until CLEAR appears in the display.
Controlling Another CD Player (Advanced Mega Control)
This unit can control a second CD player (see Connecting Another CD Player on page 6). Even when a second CD player is connected, the controls on both of the units will function. When you press the play button on either unit, the operating player stops and the resting player starts. Make sure 2nd DETECTED appears in this players display after turning on both players. Note that depending on the player, you may not be able to operate all the functions of the second CD player.
The controls indicated in the illustration below are effective while the MEGA CONTROL button is lit. Play mode buttons (CONTINUE/SHUFFLE/ PROGRAM/REPEAT) AMS MENU/NO
Press MEGA CONTROL on this player. The MEGA CONTROL button and 2nd in the display light up. The display shows the current disc number or disc memo of the second player.
CD1 2nd DISC
X-FADE NO DELAY
Press to start playing. The MEGA CONTROL button lights up while the track in the second player is selected.
To cancel No-Delay/X-Fade Play
Press the corresponding button repeatedly until NO DELAY or X-FADE disappears from the display. The current player continues playing.
You can change the method (No-Delay or X-Fade) during play
Press the corresponding button (NO DELAY or X-FADE) following the procedure in Step 2.
You can start X-Fade at any point of the track
Press FADER during X-Fade Play. Even after you have set the X-Fade mode and started X-Fade play, you can start X-Fade manually at any point you like. Note that you cannot do this operation while the sound from both players is mixed.
The play starts from the second player if you start play while the MEGA CONTROL button is lit. When one player has played all the discs/tracks in the player ahead of the other player, the play stops. Do not use the controls on the second player during No-Delay/X-Fade Play. They may not work correctly.
Controlling the Player by Another Unit
Select the play mode you want on each player. When you select No-Delay Play Press NO DELAY. NO DELAY appears in the display. When you select X-Fade Play Press X-FADE. X-FADE appears in the display. Each time you press the X-FADE button, the indication appears as follows: n X-FADE off n at track end n after 30 sec after 90 sec N after 60 sec N To change the current player each time a whole track is finished, select at track end. To change the current player at the specified interval, press X-FADE repeatedly until the interval you want appears in the display.
When you connect the player to a Sony MD deck compatible with the Mega Control function or operate a Sony MD deck by using the computer software like MD Editor, you must set the player as shown below:
Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until CONTROL A1 ? appears in the display window. Press YES.
To return to normal setting
After following steps 1 and 2, and CONTROL A1 displayed, then press YES. ? is
You can perform the operation above correctly only when you operate Disc 1 to Disc 200. You cannot operate this player correctly from another player which does not have the CONTROL A1 jack. In this case, operate the other player from this player.
What You Can Do With the Custom Files
The player can store three types of information called Custom Files for each disc. Once you have stored Custom Files for a disc, the player automatically recalls what you have stored whenever you select the disc. Note that Custom Files will be erased if you do not use the player for about one month.
Changing the Disc Memo 1
Follow Steps 1 to 3 in Labeling discs on the player on page 24 to select the Disc Memo you want to change. Turn the AMS dial to move the cursor to the position you want to change. When the cursor position is on a character, the character flashes but when the cursor position is on a blank space, the cursor ( ) appears in the display. To change characters
Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display.
Push the JOG dial to select the character. The selected character lights up, and the flashing cursor appears to indicate the next space to be input.
To add characters
Push the JOG dial. The new blank space appears next to the selected character, then turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display.
To erase characters
Press CLEAR. The selected character disappears.
To make a correction
Press CLEAR and begin again by inputting the correct characters.
To erase all characters for the current Disc Memo
Press and hold CLEAR for few seconds. All input characters for the current Disc Memo are erased.
Repeat step 2 to change more characters. Press YES to store the Disc Memo.
Repeat Steps 4 and 5 to input more characters. Press YES to store the Disc Memo. The display shows the Disc Memo.
Erasing the Disc Memo 1
Follow Steps 1 to 3 in Labeling discs on the player on page 24 to select the Disc Memo you want to erase. Press and hold CLEAR for few seconds. Press YES. The Disc Memo disappears.
Repeat Steps 1 to 7 to assign Disc Memos to other discs. To change the character type quickly while input characters
Press TIME/TEXT in step 4 above. The character on the cursor changes to the first character of each character type. Each time you press TIME/TEXT, the character type changes as follows:
n A n a n 0 n ! n (space)
Labeling discs using the remote Z
SPACE DISC DEL CAPS Number buttons ENTER MEMO INPUT CLEAR
To input a letter, press the number button corresponding to the letter you want (indicated beside each number button). The cursor disappears and the first space for the Disc Memo flashes. Each time you press the button, the letter changes cyclically among the ones indicated beside the button. To input symbols, press the number button 1 repeatedly until the symbol you want appears in the display.
Erasing the Group Memo 3
Follow Steps 1 and 2 in Labeling groups on this page to select the Group Memo you want to erase. Press and hold CLEAR for few seconds. Press YES. The Group Memo disappears.
Push the JOG dial to select the character. The selected character lights up, and the flashing cursor appears to indicate the next space to be input. To make a correction
Playing discs in a group on the player (Group Play)
You can enjoy Continuous or Shuffle Play within a group.
Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to input more characters. See also Labeling discs on the player on page 24 for details. Press YES to store the Group Memo.
Select the play mode you want before you start playing. When you select
ALL DISCS Continuous Play 1 DISC Continuous Play ALL DISCS Shuffle Play 1 DISC Shuffle Play
All tracks on all discs in the group consecutively All tracks on the specified disc in the group consecutively All tracks on all discs in the group in random order All tracks on the specified disc in the group in random order
Changing the Group Memo 1
Follow Steps 1 and 2 in Labeling groups to select the Group Memo you want to change.
Press one of the GROUP buttons to select the group and press. Group Play starts from the disc which is the most upward number and located closest to the playing position. If the disc at the playing position is put into the selected group, the play starts from that disc.
Press ENTER or when the Disc Memo of the disc you want appears. Group Play starts form the selected disc. You can jump to the next or preceding Disc Memo while scanning
Turn the AMS dial.
To cancel Group Play
Press one of the GROUP buttons you have selected. GROUP OFF appears in the display.
You can start Group Play with the remote Z
1 Before you start playing, press GROUP. 2 Press the number button of the group you want to play, then press ENTER. 3 Press. To cancel Group Play, press GROUP.
Storing Your Favorite Tracks (Hit List)
You can store the tracks you play frequently and select those tracks by checking the track numbers or titles (see page 31) in the Hit List. You can put up to 32 tracks in the Hit List.
HIT LIST AMS MENU/NO JOG
You can specify the disc to play when starting Group Play
After selecting the group, turn the JOG dial to select the disc, then push the JOG dial or press. When using the remote, press DISC SKIP repeatedly until the disc number you want appears in the display, then press ENTER.
If NO ENTRY appears in the display, no disc has been put into the selected group. CLEAR
Locating a disc within a group by scanning each Disc Memo Z
You can locate a disc you want to play within a specific group quickly by scanning the Disc Memo in the display and then start Group Play. Note that you cannot use this function in the ALL DISCS Shuffle and Program play mode.
Press GROUP first, then the number button of the group you want. Press ENTER. The group name appears in the display. Press MEMO SCAN. MEMO SCAN appears in the display. The Disc Memos of the discs in the selected group scroll in the display.
Putting tracks into the Hit List
Press HIT LIST while playing your favorite track. The HIT indication and List in appear in the display. Notes
When you input the 33rd track into the Hit List, the 32nd track will be replaced. You cannot store the tracks from a second CD player.
Playing tracks in the Hit List 1
Press HIT LIST before you start playing. The HIT LIST button lights up and HIT LIST appears in the display. Turn the JOG dial or the AMS dial until the desired track appears in the front panel display. Push the JOG dial or press to start playing. When using the remote, press ENTER.
Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. The selected character for the Hit Title flashes. As you turn the JOG dial clockwise, the characters appear in the following order. Turn the JOG dial counterclockwise to go in reverse order. (space) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw xyz0123456789!"#$%&'() *+,./:;< =>?@_
The Hit List remains until erased
Even if you replace discs, the Hit List you create remains. Therefore, the player will substitute the new existing tracks into the Hit List.
The track you select in Step 2 will be listed as the first track in the Hit List, and you cannot arrange the order of the tracks in the Hit List.
Deleting tracks from the Hit List 1 2
Follow Steps 1 and 2 in Playing tracks in the Hit List on this page. Press CLEAR. The selected track is deleted from the Hit list.
Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to input more characters. See also Labeling discs on the player on page 24 for details. Press YES to store the Hit Title.
Labeling tracks while in stop mode
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as there can be considerable rise in temperature inside the car. After removing a disc from the disc slot, store the disc in its case.
Place the player in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the player. Do not place the player on a soft surface such as a rug that might block the ventilation holes on the bottom. Do not place the player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock.
Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out.
If the player is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the player. Should this occur, the player may not operate properly. In this case, leave the player turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs.
Notes on CD-R/RW playback
Discs recorded on CD-R/RW drives may not be played back because of scratches, dirt, recording condition, or the drives characteristics. Besides, the discs, which are not yet finalized at the end of recording, cannot be played back.
On adjusting volume
Do not turn up the volume while listening to a portion with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level portion is played.
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the player, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer. There is no sound. /Check that the player is connected securely. /Make sure you operate the amplifier correctly.
Compact disc player
Laser Semiconductor laser ( = 780 nm) Emission duration: continuous Max 44.6 W* * This output is the value measured at a distance of 200 mm from the objective lens surface on the Optical Pick-up block with 7 mm aperture. 20 Hz to 20 kHz 0.5 dB More than 107 dB More than 86 dB Less than 0.009 % More than 100 dB
The CD does not play. /There is no CD in a slot (NO DISC appears). Insert a CD. /Insert the CD with the label side facing right. /Clean the CD (see page 32). /Moisture has condensed inside the player. Open the front cover and leave the player turned on for about an hour (see page 32). The remote does not function. /Remove obstacles in the path of the remote and the player. /Point the remote at the remote sensor g on the player. /Replace all the batteries in the remote with new ones if they are weak. /Set the CD 1/2/3 switch on the remote according to the position of the COMMAND MODE selector displayed in the front panel display (see page 5). The player functions incorrectly. /The microcomputer chips may be operating incorrectly. Disconnect the AC power cord, then connect it back to the wall outlet to reset the player.
Signal-to-noise ratio Dynamic range Harmonic distortion Channel separation
Jack type ANALOG OUT Phono jacks DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) Maximum output level Load impedance
Over 10 kilohms 2V (at 50 kilohms) Wave length: 660 nm
Optical 18 dBm output connector
Where purchased USA Australia Power requirements 120 V AC, 60 Hz 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumptions
13 W 14 W
Dimensions (approx.) (w/h/d)
493 mm (1/3/8 in.) incl. projecting parts 8.5 kg (18 lbs 12 oz)
See page 4. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Advanced Mega Control 21 AMS 16 Automatic Music Sensor 16
Labeling a disc 24 Locating a specific point 16 a specific track 16 by monitoring 16 directly 16 discs 14 using AMS 16
Names of controls Buttons
CAPS 26 CHECK 20, 28 CLEAR 18, 28 CONTINUE 10, 20 DEL 27 DISC 14, 19 DISC SKIP +/ 11 EASY PLAY 15 ENTER 14, 19, 31 GROUP 30 GROUP 28 GROUP FILE 28 HIGH-LIGHT 13 HIT LIST 30 MEGA CONTROL 21 MEMO INPUT 26 MEMO SCAN 14 MEMO SEARCH 15 MENU/NO 13, 21, 24, 29, 31 NO DELAY 23 Number 14, 16 OPEN/CLOSE 7 PROGRAM 18 REPEAT 17 SHUFFLE 17 SPACE 26 TIME/TEXT 12 X-FADE 23 YES 25, 29, 31 AMS P 11 p 11 =/+ 16 0/) 16 >+100 14
CD TEXT 12 Changing Disc Memo 25 Group Memo 29 Connecting another CD player 6 Continuous Play 10 CONTROL ACustom Files Delete Bank 28 Disc Memo 24 Group File 28 Hit List 30 what you can do with 24
Memo Scan 14 Memo Search 15
No-Delay Play 23
Playback Continuous Play 10 Easy Play 15 Group Play 29 Program Play 18 Repeat Play 17 Shuffle Play 17 Program changing 20 checking 20 erasing 20
Delete Bank 28 Disc Memo 24
Erasing Custom Files 24 Delete Bank 28 Disc Memo 25 Group Memo 29 Hit List 31 program 20
Remote control 4 Repeating 17 Rotary table 7
Selecting the language 13 Shuffle Play on all discs 17 on 1 disc 18 Specifying the next disc 15 Storing specific tracks 28
CD 1/2/TIMER 20 I/u 7
Grouping Discs 28
Handling CDs 32 Hit List 30 Hookups overview 4
Timer Play 20 Total playing time 12 Troubleshooting 33
ANALOG OUT CONTROL A1 2ND CD IN 5
U, V, W
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) 5
Inserting CDs 7
COMMAND MODE selector Disc slots 7 Display 12 Front cover 7 JOG dial 7 Rotary table 7 g 4 5
X, Y, Z
X-Fade Play 23
JOG dial 7
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Load in area
Dimensions: Loading dock platform is 45 above pad level Platform is 64 deep and 43 wide with two doors that are 7-11 wide by 8-11 high. The dock can handle up to three trucks at a time if they dont mind being close. We can handle up to four more trucks in the parking lot. We will always be clear of snow and ice in the parking lot seeing this is Florida. The dock has a 4-8 overhang to keep rain off the back of the trucks. Dock is at stage level on the stage left side. There is a 50X50 loading area before you hit the stage.
Loading Door Dimensions: Width 7-11 Height 8-11 Height above ground level: 45- Level with most OTR trailers Dimensions of smallest doorway to offstage dressing or wardrobe work areas: width: 5-8 Height: 6-11 Crew bus can also share loading area shore power is available 50amp 3 phase 4 wire
Proscenium: 30-6 high by 58-0 wide Height of stage above: House floor: 3 Pit floor: 9 Distance from plaster line to: Curtain Line: 16 Smoke pocket: 6 Apron (@ C.L.): 2-6 Apron (@ proscenium) : 2-6 First line set: 2-1 Last line set : 47-10 Back wall : 49-4
Dimensions of offstage space: S.L. 102 S.R. 48 Low overhead S.L. 28 S.R. 28
Composition of stage floor: 3 layer plywood on rubber pads with a masonite cover.
Color of stage floor: Black Scenery can be lagged to the floor. Orchestra Lift: Lift is a two section spiral lift. Programmed positions are stage, house, and pit level with fully accessible at all levels Choral Risers: 3 sections of 3 steps (10 person max per) Orchestra Shell: Fits into proscenium. Made of cherry wood panels. See Orchestra shell plan for details Orchestra shell storage: Offstage left Orchestra shell lights are controlled through house board. Piano: Steinway Concert Grand with Satin Ebony finish Dance floor: Harlequin Cascade Dance Floor Width: 65 Depth: 36
Grid height: 90 from floor Line sets: 62 on 9 centers Loft blocks: overhung Single purchase: 49 Double purchase: 13
Line sets we cannot clear for use: #1 Movie screen #9 orchestra cloud #23 orchestra cloud # 44 full stage black All others are fair game.
Pipe Travel: 84-0 (from 4 to 88)
Batten Length: 65-0
O.D. of Pipes: 1.9
Max Arbor Capacity: 2,000 lbs Total amount of free weight: 34,000 lbs. Arbor lengths: Single purchase 10-0 Double purchase 14-0 Location of locking rails: S.R. Height: working rail at stage level. Running rail at mid position 33-0 Pin rails located on both stage left and stage right.
Spot lines and hardware available upon request. Seven rig points exist in the first ring over the orchestra pit rated for 500 lbs. each
STAGE DRAPERY # of pairs of legs: 6 Height: 35 Width: 10 Color: Black # of borders: 6' Height: 10 Width: 65 color: Black # of full stage black outs: 1 height: 35 width: 65 # of cycs: 2 height: 35 width: 65 color: white scrims: 2 height: 35 width: white, 1 black 1 fiber optic star drop powered by 14 color pros height 35 width 60 MAIN RAG: Height: 32-6 Width: 70-0 Color: Teal Opens guillotine and travel. As guillotine it opens electrically As traveler it opens manually Location of control: SR # seconds to open: varies
# seconds to close: varies
Legs and Borders are sewn flat. Traveler is sewn in fullness
Location of company switches: Offstage left (upstage) Amperage 400 Phase 3 Voltage 120/280 Amperage 400 Phase 3 Voltage 120/280 Amperage 400 Phase 3 Voltage 120/280
There are three (3) separate circuits in spot booth
Lighting control type: GRAND MA full. With an ETC expression 2X with remote focus unit (wired) as back up Location of control: Behind orchestra level seating (see groundplan) The operator can see the stage. House light control location: Stage Managers console and light booth # of dimmers: 436 # of dimmers: 12 dimmer type: Colortran dimmer type: Colortran 196 Capacity: 2.4K Capacity: 6.0K Total # dimmers: 448 (see circuit detail for more information) Dimmer location: SL Gallery House dimmer location: SL Gallery Dimmers can be controlled by road consoles.
Control signal: DMX512 Road dimmers cannot control FOH circuit
Type of patch: Soft patch # of patchable circuits: 448 (dimmer per) Circuit locations detailed detailed on circuit plan Hanging positions and distance from stage: Balcony rail: 67 Height above stage: Height above stage: 58 1st cove: nd 2 cove: 87 Height above stage: 60 Box booms: 35 Height above stage: 26-42 Spot booth: 116 Height above stage: 52
Equipment List: ETC S Degrees 20 ETC S Degrees 32 Colortran 10 Degrees 30 Colortran 15 Degrees 42 Colortran 20 Degrees 64 Colotran 30 Degrees 56 Colortran 40 Degrees 66 Colortran Mini-Ellipse 6 Colortran 8 Fresnels 14 Colortran 6 Fresnels 8 Far Cyc 1kw 3ckt 6 Cyc Strip 1kw 3ckt 10 Lycian Total # of instruments 357
Two-fers Cables Cables Cables Male Stage to Female Edison - Male Edison to Female Quad 8
All circuits are three pin. Color frames are available for all equipment
Equipment list: Sound mixer and controller: Sound craft MH-3 Master Power / Sequencer Sys. Soundolier SACR-191 Microphones: FM Wireless Body Mic Audiotech ATW1200 FM Wireless Handheld Audiotech ATW1200 Type A Microphone Shure SM 57 CN Type B Microphone Shure SM 58 CN Box Mounted Monitor Mic Crown PZM 11 Hemi - Cardiod Surface Mic Crown PCC-170 Hemi Surface Mtd Mic Crown PZM 6FS General Purpose Mic Electro Voice 635A Playback: Compact Disc Player Sony CDP C515 Dual Trans Cassette Player Sony TC WR97ES Turntable/Stylus Stanton 680EL Turntable Technics SL -1200 MKII 8mm 8mm Track Digital Recorder Tascam DA-88 DAT Machine (RDAT) Tascam DA-60 Signal Processor: Prog. 1/3 Oct Equalizer Micro Audio EQ POD 2.1
Dual Gate Compressor/Limter
Fixed Speakers: Loudspeakers Components
JBL 2385 60X40 HF Horn 2 JBL 2404H VHF Transducer 3 JBL 2445J HF Driver 2 4
Portable Loudspeakers: Slant Monitors Loudspeakers Small Portables Loudspeaker Med. Portable Loudspeaker Large Portable Loudspeaker Amplifiers: 2 Channel Computer Control Amplifiers Intercom System: 12 Channel Master Station Belt Pack Unit Headsets Portable Loudspeaker Station Push To Talk Prog. Station
JBL MR802 JBL MR822 JBL MR835 JBL MTC-51 JBL SR4732 Crown CT-200 Crown CT-400 Crown CT-800 Clear Com MS-812-12 Clear Com RS-501 Clear Com CC-75B Clear Com KB-111A Clear Com KB-112
Wire and Cable: West Penn 204 DC Control Cable West Penn 224 Speaker Cable #18 West Penn 225 Speaker Cable #16
West Penn 226 Speaker Cable #14 West Penn 227 Speaker Cable #12 West Penn 291 Mic & Line Cable West Penn 2404 RS-232 Cable
ADA Hearing Impaired System: Single Phone Earphone Portable FM Receivers FM Transmitter
Williams Sound EAR 013 Williams Sound PPA R7N Williams Sound PPA-T4
Type Star Double Chorus Quick Change Number Capacity 1 to to to to 2 Size 12 X X X X 12 Location Backstage Center Backstage Right Backstage Center SR and SL
All dressing rooms (quick change rooms #) contain: Lighted Makeup Mirror #, Chairs #, Clothes Racks #, Sinks, Toilets, Showers
Wardrobe (22 X 32) and storage (22 X 18) located on stage level with a 7 X 6 door access. Washers and dryers are located within costume shop as well as running water for sink and counter space.
Number of the following available for company use: Washers 1 Dryers 1 Streamers 2 Ironing Boards 3 Rolling Racks high
Platforms: 4 4x 8x4x 8x 4x 6x 4x 6 x 4x 4x 16 corner pieces 2 4x 4x 8 corner pieces Music Stand: 90 Wenger Stands Chairs: 90 Chairs (padded back and seat)
Lift: Upright Personnel Lift extends to 42 Additional equipment:
10 wood ropes blocks / single 5 wood snatch blocks 24 hanging irons 24 D-rings 75 rope loftblocks 24 pegs 4 ea. Stage braces ( 12)
Handicap Accessibilty: There are 18 handicap accessible seats and 6 handicap spaces for wheelchair bound. All areas are accessible from elevators located in the lobby and on the house left hallway. Handicap restrooms in upper and lower lobbies. Handicap restrooms in all dressing rooms. Audio enhancement system available upon request. Crews: All crews are paid Production Office: Production Manager has access to: phone line, cellular phone, fax machine, copier Green Room: 20 x 32 located adjacent to dressing rooms with hallway to stage right entrance. Room has monitor with talk back capabilities.
Stage Managers Console: Located on stage right or in sound booth with audio monitor and two-channel communication system.
Rehearsal Rooms: Two rooms are available for rehearsal and warm up. Black Box Theatre 50 x 50 located next to administrative offices. Dance Studio 44 x 34 located behind Production office. Production Table: Available in center of house with full communication and light control Policies: House opens hour before curtain. Normal curtain is 7:30 pm. Building is a smoke free environment. Alcohol availability is subject to approval through caterer.
Coming from the East on I 10 take exit 13 south on SR 285 Approx. 15 miles turn right at stop light onto College Blvd. Take first right into the first entrance of the college Then the next immediate right and that will be the loading area for the theatre Coming from the west on I 10 take exit 12 Approx. 17 miles turn left onto College Blvd at the stoplight Then take a left into the third entrance to the college Then the next immediate right and that will be the loading area for the theatre
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