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Comments to date: 5. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
Dominique AUDEOUD 2:17am on Thursday, October 14th, 2010 
This player is great doing what it does but it is difficult to program. THis unit skips on nearly every disk I own. Brand new. Biggest waste of money ever. Skips on every cd I own, including brand new ones.
JZA 12:36am on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 
Holds 300 Disks Player truntable broke after a couple of weeks. good features, good capacity, I like the Hitlist feature lost manual and pain to program from memory
mikejdavies 4:50pm on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 
"After my old Technics 110+1 cd player quit playing, research lead me to buy this model and I have not regretted it for a minute. "So glad I read reviews here and went with the Pioneer 300 changer. Mine works great. "I have always preferred Sony products over the years but this product has been a big turn off. The product has destroyed several Cds.
cyoh 2:27am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010 
You guys had the BEST price around.....most places are charging almost double. I am very satisfied. I would highly recommend this unit. On top of having immediate access to 300 discs it is a real space saver.
hayaty parsa 12:46am on Monday, March 15th, 2010 
Wanted an easy way to store and play our collection of over 200 cds, this unit fit the bill perfectly. Clear Sound","Easy To Setup","Good Remote With my Sony TV, DVD player, Sony AV 7.1 reciever, Sony center and front speakers,Sony sub woofer Bose 301 for rear speakers.

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Additional Information

Precautions.... Notes on CDs.... Troubleshooting.... Specifications.... 33 33

Index..... 34

Unpacking
Check that you received the following items: Audio cord (1) Remote commander (remote) (1) Size AA (R6) batteries (2)

Hooking Up the System

Overview
This section describes how to hook up the CD player to an amplifier. Be sure to turn off the power of each component before making the connections.
CONTROL A1 DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) CD player
Inserting batteries into the remote
You can control the player using the supplied remote. Insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied) by matching the + and on the batteries to the diagram inside the battery compartment. Insert the negative () end first, then push in and down until the positive (+) end clicks into position. When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor g on the player.
To an AC outlet To ANALOG OUT (L)
COMMAND MODE To ANALOG OUT (R)

To audio input

When to replace batteries
With normal use, the batteries should last for about six months. When the remote no longer operates the player, replace all the batteries with new ones.

Amplifier

Do not leave the remote near an extremely hot or humid place. Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries. Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or lighting apparatuses. Doing so may cause a malfunction. If you do not use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion. : Signal flow To an AC outlet

What cords will I need?

Audio cord (1) (supplied) White (L) Red (R) White (L) Red (R)
Getting Started Playing CDs

Hookups

When connecting the audio cord, be sure to match the color-coded cord to the appropriate jacks on the components: Red (right) to Red and White (left) to White. Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise.

Amplifier CD player

2ND CD ANALOG

IN OUT

When using another Sony CD player together with this player
You can make the supplied remote effective only for this player. When using the player equipped with the COMMAND MODE selector: Set the COMMAND MODE selector of this player to CD 1 and that of another player to CD 2 or CD 3. Then set the CD 1/2/3 switch on the remote supplied for each player accordingly. When using the player not equipped with the COMMAND MODE selector: The command mode of the player without the COMMAND MODE selector is set to CD 1. Set the COMMAND MODE selector of this player to CD 2, and set the CD 1/2/3 switch on the remote to CD 2.

CD TEXT DISC CD1

HIGH-LIGHT
Checking the total number and playing time of the tracks
Select the disc you want to check, and press TIME/TEXT. The display shows the current disc number, total number of tracks, and total playing time of the disc.

TRACK MIN SEC

Total number of tracks Total playing time
When you want to check another disc
Press DISC SKIP +/ on the remote in the stop mode to select the disc you want to check. The total number of tracks and the total playing time of the selected disc appear momentarily.
Display information while playing a disc Each time you press TIME/TEXT, the display shows the information as shown below.
Selecting the language of the CD TEXT information
You can select the language used to display the CD TEXT information when you select a CD TEXT disc with multi-language information. Once you select the language, the display shows the information in the selected language until you turn off the player. If the player cannot read the language memorized in a CD TEXT disc, other lang. appears.
The current disc number, track number and playing time appear.
CD TEXT DISC CD1 TRACK MIN

NEXT DISC SEC

Press TIME/TEXT.
The current disc title or disc number appears.

CD TEXT DISC

Press MENU/NO in stop mode. Select lang.? flashes.

MULTI CD TEXT CD1

Select lang.?
The current track title appears.

CD TEXT

CD1 TRACK

HitechBlues

This information also appears when the player locates the track.
Push the JOG dial. The current operating language flashes.

English

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.

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.
In Program Play mode, the disc will be added to the end of the program.
To cancel Memo Search Press MEMO SEARCH again.
The Easy Play function can only play the disc in slot 1.
To cancel the Easy Play function
Locating a Specific Track or a Point in a Track
You can quickly locate any track while playing a disc by using the AMS (AMS: Automatic Music Sensor) dial or by using the =/+ buttons on the remote. You can also locate a specific point in a track while playing a disc.

To locate

the next or succeeding tracks the current or preceding tracks a specific track directly Z
Turn the AMS dial clockwise until you find the track Turn the AMS dial counterclockwise until you find the track Press the number button of the track on the remote. When you directly locate a track numbered over 10, press >10 first, then the corresponding number buttons. Press 0 (backward)/) (forward) on the remote and hold down until you find the point Press 0 (backward)/) (forward) on the remote and hold down until you find the point during pause. You will not hear the sound during the operation.
a point in a track while monitoring the sound Z a point in a track quickly by observing the display Z
If OVER appears in the display, the disc has reached the end while you were pressing ). Turn the AMS dial counterclockwise or press 0 to go back.

Number buttons >10

=/+ 0/)

Playing Repeatedly

You can play discs/tracks repeatedly in any play mode.
Playing in Random Order (Shuffle Play)
You can have the player shuffle the tracks and play in random order. The player shuffles all the tracks on all discs or on the disc you specify.

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.

DISC TRACK

Playing order
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

*DISC-4*
Current disc number or the Disc Memo
Select the desired play mode. To program tracks, use the controls on the second player. Press on this player to start playing. While the MEGA CONTROL button is lit, you can control the second player with the controls on this player.
To control the master player again
Press MEGA CONTROL. The MEGA CONTROL button goes off and you can control the master player.
To control the second player directly using the supplied remote Z
Set CD 1/2/3 on the remote to CD 3 which is the same position as the COMMAND MODE selector on the rear panel of the second player.

MEGA CONTROL

COMMAND MODE selector
Loading the Disc Memos of the second CD player
If the second CD player has the Disc Memo function (see page 24), you can load the Disc Memos of the second CD player into this players memory and display them on this player.

Fading In or Out

You can manually fade the sound in or out to prevent tracks from starting or ending abruptly. Note that you cannot use this effect when you use the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until LOAD 2ndMEMO? flashes in the display.

LOAD 2ndMEMO?

Push the JOG dial. This player starts loading. (Loading takes about one minute.) To

Start play fading in

Press FADER
During pause. FADE appears in the display and the Q indication flashes. The play fades in. When you want to start fading out. FADE appears in the display and the q indication flashes. The play fades out and the player pauses.
If each Disc Memo of the second CD player has more than 13 characters, only the first 13 characters of that Disc Memo is loaded into this player.

End play fading out

Labeling discs of the second CD player
You can label discs of the second CD player or change the Disc Memos loaded from the second CD player.
Fading lasts for about 5 seconds.
Press MEGA CONTROL. The MEGA CONTROL button lights up. Turn the JOG dial to select the disc you want to assign a Disc Memo to. If the disc slot you select does not have any disc, NO DISC appears in the display and you cannot assign a Disc Memo. Press MENU/NO. MEMO IN ? appears. Push the JOG dial. Input the new Disc Memo following the procedure in Labeling Discs on page 24.
The new Disc Memos are stored on this players memory, so you cannot display them on the second CD player.
Playing Alternately (No-Delay Play/X-Fade Play)
When you connect the second player, you can play tracks in this player and those from the second player alternately from any play mode (see Connecting Another CD Player on page 6). Select one of the following methods: No-Delay Play: The current player changes at each track. Each time the current player changes to the other player, the other player starts play without a break in sound immediately after the current player ends play. The other player skips the lead-in portion and starts playing from where the sound actually begins. X-Fade Play: The current player changes at each track or at the specified interval. You can select the interval, 30, 60 or 90 seconds. Each time the current player changes to the other player, the sound from both players is mixed. The current player ends play by fading out, and the other player starts play by fading in.

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.
Labeling Discs (Disc Memo)
You can label discs using up to 13 characters and have the player display the Disc Memo each time you select the disc. The Disc Memo can be anything you like, such as a title, musicians name, category, or date of purchase. When you select a CD TEXT disc
The disc title is automatically stored as the Disc Memo. If the disc title has more than 13 characters, only the first 13 characters of the disc title are stored (see page 13). When you replace a disc with a CD TEXT disc, the disc title of the CD TEXT disc is also stored automatically. Note that you cannot change the Disc Memo of the CD TEXT disc.

You can store this information:

When you use

Disc Memo (page 24) Delete Bank (page 28) Group File (page 28)

You can

Label discs using up to 13 characters Delete unwanted tracks and store only the tracks you want Group discs up to eight groups, to locate them easily
You can label discs while the front cover is open
Labeling discs on the player

MENU/NO YES JOG

Where are Custom Files stored?
Custom Files are stored not on the disc, but in the players memory. Therefore you cannot use Custom Files when you play the disc on other players.
If you replace discs you have filed in the Custom Files
The Custom File information you have stored remains, since each Custom File information is assigned to each slot. Erase all the Custom Files (Disc Memo, Delete Bank, and Group File) of the old disc, and then file the new disc information in the Custom Files.

AMS CLEAR

Erasing all Custom Files of all discs
Turn off the player. While holding down CLEAR, press I/u to turn on the player. ALL ERASE appears in the display, and all Custom Files will be erased.
Turn the JOG dial until the disc number to which you want to assign a Disc Memo appears in the display. When you label a disc with the front cover closed, the disc number of the disc at the playing position appears. When you label a disc with the front cover open, the disc number at the loading position appears. Press MENU/NO. MEMO IN ? flashes. Push the JOG dial. The flashing cursor (

) appears.

Locating a Scene or Track You Want Storing Information About CDs (Custom Files)
Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. The cursor disappears and the first space for the Disc Memo 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!"#$%&'() *+,./:;< =>?@_

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.

&!? ABC DEF

Characters assigned to each number button
Press DISC. Press the number button of the disc you want to assign a Disc Memo, and then ENTER. Press MEMO INPUT. The flashing cursor (
Example: To select the letter E Press the number button 3 twice. nD

Press 3.

To insert a space, press SPACE once. Press CAPS and then select number you desire.
Press CAPS to find the letter type you want. Each time you press the button, the letter type changes cyclically among capital letters (AB), small letters (ab) and numbers (12). To select a symbol, you have to select the capital or small letter type. The selected letter type appears in the upper right of the display.

Press ENTER to select the character. The selected character lights up, and the flashing cursor appears to indicate the next space to be input. You can also go to the next space by pressing other number buttons. Repeat Steps 4 through 6 to input more characters. Press MEMO INPUT to store the Disc Memo. The Disc Memo lights up in the display.
Repeat Steps 1 through 8 to assign Disc Memos to other discs.
If you have made a mistake while inputting the character(s) To correct the character
1 Press = or + until the cursor moves to the incorrect character.
Storing Custom File Information Using a Keyboard
You can store the Disc Memo for one disc sequentially using an IBM-compatible PC keyboard* (not supplied).
* Power consumption must be 120 mA or less. Keyboard jack

SONYHETS

2 Input the correct character.
To insert a character between the input characters
1 Press = or + until the cursor moves next to the point you want to insert, and enter a blank space. 2 Move the cursor to the blank space you have just entered, and enter a character.
Connect a keyboard to the keyboard jack on the front panel of the player.
You can label discs of the second CD player
See Labeling discs of the second CD player on page 22.
After selecting the disc you want on the player, press the Enter key. Input the characters you want, then press the Enter key to store the information. You can delete all characters of selected item
While holding down the Shift key, press the Delete key.
If the cursor keys do not work correctly and you cannot complete the task using the keyboard, disconnect the keyboard then reconnect it to the player and try again. If the keyboard is not the USA model, the characters may be input differently from those on the keys. The USA keyboard layout is shown below.

~ ! 1 Q

Caps Lock

& 7 U

L < > ?

Alt Shift Ctrl

Shift Ctrl
Storing Specific Tracks (Delete Bank)
You can delete unwanted tracks and store only the tracks you want. When you select the disc containing a Delete Bank, the player will play only the remaining tracks.

CONTINUE SHUFFLE JOG

Grouping Discs (Group File)
You might find that too many discs make it hard to find the disc you want. This player has a feature that lets you classify discs into eight groups. One disc can be put into only one group. Once you classify discs, you can enjoy Continuous, Shuffle, or Repeat Play within a certain group (Group Play).
CONTINUE SHUFFLE AMS MENU/NO JOG
CLEAR GROUP GROUP FILE CLEAR
Press CONTINUE or SHUFFLE before you start playing. Turn the JOG dial to select the disc. Press CHECK repeatedly until the track you want to delete appears in the display.

CD1 DISC TRACK

Assigning discs to groups 3 4
Press CONTINUE or SHUFFLE before you start playing. Turn the JOG dial to select the disc you want to assign to a group. Press GROUP FILE. Select G1 G8 appears in the display. Press one of the GROUP buttons to which you want to assign the disc. GROUP FILE and the group number appear in the display and the disc is assigned to that group.
Press CLEAR. DELETE FILE and OFF appear in the display.
Deleting discs from a group
To delete a disc from a group 1 Turn the JOG dial until the disc number you want to delete from the group appears in the display. 2 Press GROUP FILE. Select G1 G8 appears in the display. 3 Press CLEAR. GROUP ERASE appears in the display. To delete all discs from a group, press CLEAR while holding down whichever GROUP button you want to clear.
If you want to recover the track, press CLEAR again.
Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to delete more tracks. You can recover all the tracks you have deleted
Hold down CLEAR until ALL ON appears in the display.
The deleted tracks are skipped even in the Shuffle or Program Play mode (when the whole disc containing a Delete Bank is programmed as one step).
Labeling groups (Group Memo)
You can label the preset group number anything you like, such as a category, using up to 13 characters. Note that you cannot store the Group Memo if you have not assigned any disc to the group.
Turn the AMS dial to move the cursor to the position you want to change. When the cursor position is on the character, the character flashes and the cursor position is on the blank space, the cursor ( ) appears in the display. To change characters

Press MENU/NO. MEMO IN ? flashes. Turn the JOG dial until the group number you want to label appears in the display, and then push the JOG dial. The flashing cursor ( ) appears. Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. The cursor disappears and the first space for the Group Memo 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!"#$%&'() *+,./:;< =>?@_
Repeat step 2 to change more characters. Press YES to store the Group Memo.

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

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
Deleting all tracks of the Hit List
When the HIT LIST button lights up, hold down CLEAR while in stop mode until CLEAR appears.
While the HIT LIST button is lit, select the track you want to assign by turning the JOG dial or the AMS dial. Press MENU/NO. The flashing cursor (
) appears in the display.
Labeling tracks in the Hit List (Hit Title)
You can label tracks in the Hit List in either of two methods described below.
Follow Steps 3 to 6 in Labeling tracks while in play mode to input the characters. You can store a CD TEXT discs track titles in the Hit List
The CD TEXT discs track title is stored as a Hit Title automatically when the track is put into the Hit List.
Labeling tracks while in play mode
Press MENU/NO while playing a track in the Hit List. HIT MEMO ? appears in the display. Push the JOG dial. The flashing cursor (

On transportation

Precautions

On safety

Caution The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the player and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off.
When transporting the player, open the front cover then remove all the discs from the player and turn the power off.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

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CDP-CX355
Key Features 300 Disc CD Changer w/Advanced Mega Control CD-R/RW Playback Capability Custom File Disc Memo Display 20 Characters CD Text Display Jog Dial Control with Direct Access Track Selection Key Technologies Custom File Disc Memo Display 20 Characters Headphone Jack Optical Digital Output Analog Variable Line Output
300 Disc MegaStorage CD Changer
Fade In/Out Function 5 Seconds Fading Time (Analog Output Only) Group File Up to 8 Groups to Organize Discs 32 Step Programming 20-Track Music Calendar CD Text Display with Compatible CDs CD-R/RW Playback Capability1 Keyboard Input Allows for Easy Disc Memo Entry Second CD Input Analog Audio Input (RCA Type) Hit List Store Frequently Played Tracks (32 Max.) Jog Dial Control with Direct Access Track Selection Hybrid Pulse D/A Converter Mega Control Allows X-Fade Play No-Delay Play Between Changers 300 Disc CD Changer with Advanced Mega Control (Up to 300 Additional Discs) Remote Commander Remote Control

Features

VCRPlus Function: Yes
1. CD-R/RW playback may not be compatible with all discs, depending on recording conditions. 2005 Sony Electronics Inc. Sony, Custom File, Direct Access, Disc Memo, Jog Dial, MegaStorage and Remote Commander are trademarks of Sony. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Nonmetric weights and measures are approximate.
CD Playback: Yes (CD-R, CD-RW)1 Hybrid Pulse D/A Converter: Yes

Convenience

Fade In/Out Function: Yes (5 Seconds Fading Time) Jog Shuttle: Yes (with Direct Access Track Selection) Music Calendar: Yes (20 Tracks) Step Programming: Yes (32 Step Programming) CD Text Display: Yes Custom File Disc Memo Display: Yes (CD, CD-R, CD-RW) Group File: Yes (Up to 8 Groups to Organize Discs) Hits List: Yes (Maximum 32 Hits)

Specifications

General
Tray Type: Carousal Disc Capacity: 300 (with Advanced Mega Control)

Inputs and Outputs

Headphone Output(s): 3.5mm Analog Variable Line Output(s): 1 (Rear) RCA Audio Output(s): 2 (Rear) Control A-1 II Interface: 1 (Rear) Optical Audio Output(s): 1 (Rear)
Power Requirements: AC 120V, 60 Hz Power Consumption (in Operation): 13W

Hardware

Remote Control: Yes (Remote Commander Remote Control) Keyboard: Yes

Weights and Measurements

Weight (Approx.): 18 lbs 12 oz (8.5kg) Dimensions (Approx.): 17" x 7 1/2" x 19 3/8" (430 x 189 x 493 mm)

Supplied Accessories

Instruction Manual Remote Commander Remote Control Batteries: AA x 2 Audio Cord (RCA Type) x 1 UPC Code: 027242600942
Please visit the Dealer Network for current information at www.sony.com/dn Sony Electronics Inc. 16530 Via Esprillo San Diego, CA 92127 1-800-222-7669 www.sony.com Last Updated: 08/05/2009

 

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