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C D P l ay e r
The Sony CDP-D11 is a 1U rack mounting professional CD player. Its up-to date design features include Instant Start of tracks, Varispeed operation, an IR wireless/wired remote controller and connectors for both RS-232C and programmable parallel remote control. Superb audio performance is guaranteed by High Density linear digital to analogue converters.
Flexible output interfacing
Analog audio outlets are via balanced XLR connectors and unbalanced phono connectors. Both coaxial and optical digital outputs are also provided. Coaxial and optical SPDIF (IEC 958 type ll) digital outputs
INSTANT START, MARK&LOCATION, SPEED CONTROL (12.5% in 0.5% steps). AUTO CUE function research a beginning of music automatically and make PAUSE status. AUTO PAUSE function make pause status at the first TRACK automatically. PROGRAM, SHUFFLE, A-B REPEAT are available.In VARI SPEED mode, actual play back time can be indicated. A special "fader play" mode is provided on the parallel interface to automatically play tracks in order as the fader start switch is opened and closed.
Dual-mode Wired/IR wireless remote controller supplied (RM-DS11)
Supplied commander RM-DS11 responded to wired control and infrared wireless control. Wired remote control is particularly suitable for use in installations with multiple players.
Long-duration sequential playback
Sequential playback from several CDP-D11 units using the Relay Play input and output feature. After a first unit has at an end, control signal go through a jack and make a second unit start to playback automatically.
Comprehensive remote control
Remote control via RS-232C or parallel remote control ports. Parallel remote can be user-assigned to control and monitor several functions of the machine.
*Music scans function for quick location of tracks. *Advanced Electronic Shock Protection with 4 Mb D-RAM buffer (2.972 msec). *Plays both 8 cm and 12 cm CDs without an adapter. *Headphone monitoring output with level control.
The space saving design of the CDP-D11 features a slot-in loading mechanism designed for high reliability and with resistance to shock and to high temperatures. A three-second Advanced ESP anti-shock memory is also standard.
Specifications of RM-DS11 Supplied Remote Control Unit RM-DS11
The RM-DS11 dual mode remote controller connects to the 3.5 mm Control-S jack with a supplied 5 m cable, but also operates as a conventional IR remote when not connected to the Control-S jack. Remote control RS-232C: 9-pin D-sub, male Parallel remote: 9-pin D-sub, female input, TTL 10 V max output, open collector 100 mA max Relay play: RELAY IN/OUT/PLAY IN 3.5 mm lack x 2
Pin connections for the Parallel Remote connector are as follows. The alternative functions are available via the Set-up Menu.
Pin 9 Input Input Input Input Input GND Output Output Output PLAY PAUSE NO DISC PLAY, PAUSE NO DISC OFF Preset Function PLAY PAUSE STOP AMS+ AMSAlternative Functions PLAY/PAUSE, FADER PLAY PLAY, PAUSE STOP, FF, REW AMS+ AMSEJECT, OFF
Frequency response: THD: S/N ratio: Dynamic range: Varispeed range: D/A conversion: Wow and Flutter: 20 Hz - 20 kHz 0.5 dB < 0.01% better than 93 dB digital, 97 dB analog, 92 dB 12.5% in 0.5% steps High Density Linear (8x over sampling, 1 bit with 20 bit accuracy) below measurable limits
System: Laser: Sampling frequency: Power requirements: Power consumption: Operating temperature: Storage temperature: Mass: Dimensions: Supplied accessory: CD player semiconductor GaAIAs laser ( 780nm) 44.1 kHz 120/230 V AC, 50/60 Hz 11 W 0 Cto 40C -20Cto 60C 5.2 kg 482 (W) x 44 (H) x 350(D) mm Wired/Wireless Remote Commander RM-DS11
Connector ANALOG LINE OUT Phono XLR3-32 Rated output Maximum +8 dBu +10/+24 dBu (switchable) -18 dBm (optical power) 0.5 Vp-p Load impedance More than 10 k More than 600
DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT DIGITAL COAXIAL OUT PHONES
Square optical connector Phono
0 -10 mW The level varies
Mounting the unit
This unit can be attached to a standard 19 inch rack (type EIA). After detaching the four feet on the bottom of the unit, mount the unit on the rack.
REPEAT PLAY MODE
PHONES AE CUE
VARI SPEED COMPACT DISC PLAYER CDP-D11
1999 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric mass and measures are approximate. Sony is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
Printed in Japan on recycled paper
R L OUTPUT LEVEL
"US AND FOREIGN PATENTS LICENSED FROM DOLBY LABORATORIES LICENSING CORPORATION"
LOCATE PHONE LEVEL
Compact Disc Player
Thank you for purchasing the Sony Compact Disc Player. Before operating the player, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
1999 by Sony Sound Tec Corporation
Notice for the Customers in the United Kingdom IMPORTANT The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue: Neutral Brown: Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol Y or coloured green or green-and-yellow. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
INFORMATION This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is not guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
On safety (Refer to the supplied WARNING.) Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the recorder and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. On power sources Before operating the player, check that the operating voltage of the player is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the player. If you are not going to use the player for a long time, be sure to disconnect the player from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug itself: never pull the cord. AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified service shop. On condensation 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, remove the CD and leave the player turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. On cleaning 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 have any questions or problems concerning your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
About This Manual
This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the rear exterior.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Conventions Controls in the instructions are those on the player, these may, however, be substituted by controls on the remote that are similarly named or, when different, appear in the instructions within brackets. The following icons are used in this manual:
Indicates a procedure that requires use of the remote. Indicates tips for making the task easier and hints.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
In the beginning.... 4 Connection... 4
PLAYBACK... 6 VARIOUS OPERATIONS
On display window.... 7 Searching for a track (AMS/Direct play/Music scan).. 7 Searching for a particular point (Search).. 8 Repeat play.... 9 Playback in random order (Shuffle play)... 10 Playback in programmed order (Programmed play).. 10 To return to the specified point (Locate)... 12 To pause after playback of each track (Auto pause).. 13 To start the sound immediately (Auto cue).. 14 To change playback speed (Variable speed play).. 15 Timer playback.... 16 Last mode memory... 16
Functions of control terminals... 18 Functions of REMOTE terminal... 18 Precautions.... 20 Treatment of compact discs... 21 Troubleshooting guide.... 21 Parts names.... 22 Specifications.... 23
In the beginning
Check that the following accessories are packed. Remote control RM-DS11 (1) Batteries size AA (R6) (2) Connection cord for control S (1) If any accessory is missing, contact the shop where you purchased.
The CD player can be connected with a mixer, an MD recorder or a DAT recorder, etc. Before connection, make sure to turn off each equipment.
REMOTE RS-232C REMOTE PARALLEL ANALOG OUT (BAL)
Audio connecting cord XLR type
Coaxial digital connecting cable VMC-10, etc.
Digital recording can be carried out by connecting to MD or DAT recorder. Use coaxial digital connecting cable VMC-10 (optional) or optical digital connecting cable POC-15A (optional), etc.
When using coaxial digital cable
Optical digital connecting cable POC-15A, etc.
Control S cord (supplied)
(Mini jack) (Mini jack)
Relay playback cord (RK-G136, etc.)
(Stereo mini jack) (Stereo mini jack)
When using optical digital connecting cable
CD player Digital equipment
Connect the cord.
p To connect to an analog equipment
Use the terminals and switch as below.
Analog output terminal UNBAL (pin type) Analog output terminal BAL (XLR type) : Flow of the signals
OUTPUT LEVEL switch
Connect the AC power cord to the wall outlet.
z When BALANCE output (XLR type) terminal is used, output level can be changed by OUTPUT LEVEL switch.
Basic playback operation
MENU/EXIT DISPLAY A CUE PUSH MARK/ENTER
LOCATE VARI SPEED
z To use the headphones
Connect headphones to PHONE jack in the front panel. Adjust the volume by PHONE LEVEL control.
Turn on the mixer and adjust fader or level of the connected channel. Turn on this unit. Insert the disc.
8cm disc can be played without adapter.
Label side up
z Playback can be started in step 4 by selecting a track number.
1 Turn the AMS control until the desired track number is displayed. (To use the remote control, press the = or + button.) 2 Press the AMS control or the button.
Press the button.
z Ejecting function can be turned not to work to avoid ejecting the disc by mistake during playback or pause mode.
1 Press the MENU/EXIT button in stop mode to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control until PLAY/PAUSE is displayed, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control until EJECT Disable is displayed, then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button. To change so that ejecting function is always workable, select EJECT Enable in step 3.
What to be
To stop playback To pause playback
Press p. Press. (Playback starts by pressing it again.) Turn AMS to right. (Press + in the remote control.)
To skip to the next track
To return to the previous Turn AMS to left. (Press = in the remote control.) track To eject the disc Press EJECT.
On display window
Total playing time of the disc, remaining playing time, etc. can be checked in the display window.
Searching for a track
(AMS/Direct play/Music scan)
There are 5 ways for search as follows. AMS is a shortened form of Automatic Music Sensor.
AMS MUSIC SCAN Number buttons
To check the remaining time of current playing track or of whole disc
Press DISPLAY during playback or in pause mode. Each time it is pressed, display changes as below.
Current track number and elapsed playing time (normal display)
REPEAT PLAY MODE VARI SPEED
How to search
To skip to the beginning of the next track (AMS)
Turn the AMS control to right during playback. (Press + in the remote control.)
3 m 54s 54 m14 s
A-PAUSE A-CUE MARK
To skip to the Turn the AMS control to left during beginning of the current playback. (Press = in the remote or the previous track control.) To select the track number directly (Direct play) Z Press the number button of desired track number. 1 Turn the AMS control in stop mode to select a track number. 2 Press the AMS control or the button.
Press Remaining time of the current track
-1 m 20s 54 m14 s
To search by track number (AMS)
Remaining time of the whole disc
-49 m 28s 16T 54 m14 s
To search by listening to 1 Press the MUSIC.SCAN button. 2 Press the button when the beginning of each track (Music scan) Z desired track is played. z To select the 21st track or after by the direct play Z Press the >20 button, then press the second digit number and the first digit number by the number buttons. Example: To select the 30th track Press the number buttons in the order of >20 n3 n10.
Index number in the current track
1t Index 1 16T 54 m14 s
Playback pause mark
Current track number
Elapsed playing time of the current track
3 m 40s 54 m14 s
Playing time of each track during Music scan can be changed. 1 Press the MENU/EXIT button in stop mode to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display MUSIC SCAN, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control to set the playing time between 6 seconds to 20 seconds (1 second interval), then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button. Play can be paused at the beginning of a track. Turn the AMS control in pause mode. (Press = or + in the remote control.)
Playback mark Total number of tracks
Total playing time of whole disc
Searching for a particular point (Search)
SOUND ON or SOUND OFF can be set as follows. 1 Press the MENU/EXIT button in stop mode to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display PAUSE0/). 3 Turn the AMS control to display SOUND ON or SOUND OFF, then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button.
When OVER is displayed while pressing button in pause mode It shows that playback goes to the end of the last track. Turn the AMS control to left or press 0 button. (Press = or 0 button in the remote control.) Note
Playback stops when playback goes to the end of the last track while pressing ) button during playback.
There are 3 speed to search as follows. Searching a point listening to a sound in twice the speed as normal playback. (Low speed search) Searching a point listening to a sound in 20 times the speed as normal playback. (Standard search) Searching a point checking the playing time display in 80 times the speed as normal playback. (High speed search) Searching way will be different due to MENU Mode setting (SOUND ON or SOUND OFF) or playback mode (playback or pause 0/)). 1.When SOUND OFF is selected Button During playback In pause mode
High speed search High speed search Low speed search
0/) in the main unit Standard search 0/) in the remote control
Standard search Low speed search
0/) in the remote control
2.When SOUND ON is selected Button During playback In pause mode
Low speed search Standard search Low speed search
All tracks are played repeatedly. Shuffle play and programmed play can also be repeated.
Repeat play can be set with the MENU Mode in the main unit. 1 Press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display REPEAT Mode, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control to display either of REPEAT OFF, ALL REPEAT or 1 Track REPEAT, then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button.
To repeat a particular section (A-B repeat) Z
Add a track to the end Press the number button of the track to be added. Cancel the whole program Press CONTINUE.
During program operation, you can check the total playing time of the program. (Program edit) In step 2, press the = or + button repeatedly until the track you want to program is displayed. The selected track number and the total playing time of when the track is added are displayed. By pressing the PROGRAM button, the track is programmed.
To check the programmed contents
Before playback starts or during playback, press the CHECK button. Each time it is pressed before playback starts, the track number and its playing time are displayed in the programmed order.
Track number of the checking track
Programmed play can be set with the MENU Mode in the main unit. 1 Press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display PLAY Mode, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control to display PROGRAM, then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button. 5 Turn the AMS control to display the track number to be programmed, then press the AMS control. Repeat this step in the order you want to program.
To check the programmed contents in the main unit By turning the AMS control in pause mode, track numbers can be checked in the programmed order.
Playing time of the checking track
P 12t 3 m 21s 02/05Step 15 m 32s
Program number Total number of programmed tracks
Total playing time of the programmed tracks
During playback, information about the track during play and the later tracks are displayed.
Track number of the current playing track
P 3t 1 m 28s 04/05S 5t03 m 54s
Total number of programmed tracks
Track number of the checking track Playing time of the checking track
To return to the specified point (Locate)
By marking the desired point, you can locate to the point repeatedly.
Note on marking
The displayed track number and playing time will be incorrect when the marked point is located in the following cases. If a point is marked while the minus time is being displayed before play. If a point is marked in the last several seconds of a track by the direct mark. This is caused by restrictions in the mechanism, and there is no problem for operation. But we recommend not to use in the ways above.
To adjust the marked point (Rehearsal)
The marked point is adjusted to forward or backward with listening to the playback sound.
Press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. Turn the AMS control to display Reharsal, then press the AMS control. The portion for several seconds from the marked point is played repeatedly.
REPEAT PLAY MODE
To mark the point (Mark)
There are 2 ways of marking.
1 Press the AMS (MARK) button. (Press the MARK button on the remote control.)
This point is located.
10t 01 m 34s 10t01m31s13Fr
C 12t 3 m 45s 12t 1 m 21s MARK
Turn the AMS control to move the mark point. The new point and Position OK? is displayed in turn.
Time at the marked point
C 10t 01 m 34s Position 2 s03 Fr
2 The point can be marked using the elapsed playing time with the MENU Mode in the main unit.
1 Press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display Direct MARK, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control to display the track number you want to mark in, then press the AMS control.
The point can be moved up to 8 seconds forward or backward in 5 frames interval (5 frames = approximately 0.0667 seconds).
When the point is settled, press the AMS button. Complete is displayed for several seconds. Press the MENU/EXIT button.
Direct MARK 10t -- m --s
If no point is marked, Reharsal is not displayed and this operation cannot be carried out. The point cannot be moved to the other track.
4 Turn the AMS control to display minutes and seconds of the point you want to mark, then press the AMS control. 5 Press the MENU/EXIT button.
To locate the marked point (Locate)
Press the LOCATE button. Play is paused at the marked point, and play can be starts from there.
To pause after playback of each track (Auto pause)
Playback of each track is paused automatically at the beginning of the next track. The function is effective for recording only a track or recording several tracks which are not continual.
ACUE ACUE APAUSE P
When a marked point is located, play may be paused at the point several frames after the marked one due to recording condition of the disc. In this case, the time of the located point may be 1 second after the marked one, if the time of the marked point is very near to the next second. During the programmed play, if the LOCATE button is pressed though the track in which the point is marked is not included to the playing program, Not PROGRAM is displayed.
Press the ACUE button repeatedly until Auto PAUSE ON is displayed.
(Press the ACUE/APAUSE button on the remote control.)
P is displayed.
C Auto PAUSE ON
To cancel Auto pause
Press the ACUE button repeatedly until ACUE/PAUSE OFF is displayed. (Press the ACUE/APAUSE button on the remote control.)
To start the sound immediately (Auto cue)
Play can starts from the point of sounds by skipping the portion with no sounds. This function is effective when you add the sounds to video editing.
Auto pause and Auto cue
Track Portion with sounds 1st track 2nd track 3rd track
Auto pause MENU/EXIT Auto cue
Number buttons AMS ACUE P =/+
When the track is selected by the number button on the remote control When the track is selected by the number button on the remote control at Auto CUE ON, play is paused after the point from which the sound starts is searched out without pressing the button. The sound level (threshold level) at the point to be auto cued can be selected. This unit is designed so as to search for a point with sounds more than 60dB and to pause. The level of the point where play is paused is selected from among 5 levels (72dB, 66dB, 60dB, 54dB, 48dB) by setting the MENU Mode. 1 In stop mode, press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display Auto CUE, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control to display the desired level, then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button.
Press the ACUE button repeatedly until Auto CUE ON is displayed.
C is displayed.
C Auto CUE ON
Turn the AMS control to display the track number to be selected.
(Press the = or + button on the remote control.)
By pressing the button, the point from which the sound starts is searched and play is paused at it.
(Press the button on the remote control.)
By pressing the button, playback starts immediately.
To cancel Auto cue
To change playback speed (Variable speed play)
Playing time is adjusted by changing playback speed. Playback speed can be adjusted up to 12.5% of normal speed. Playback speed can be decreased up to 12.5% of normal play (the pitch will be felled down), and can be increased up to 12.5% (the pitch will be raised). Note
When the variable speed play is carried out, the connected equipment may not be able to receive digital signals from this unit. In this case, connect analog signals.
The variable speed play will be off when the VARI SPEED button is pressed while the VARI SPEED indicator is lighting and the button is released without turning the AMS control.
Playback speed can be set in the MENU mode. 1 Press the VARI SPEED button so that the VARI SPEED indicator lights up. 2 In stop mode, press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. 3 Turn the AMS control to display Variable, then press the AMS control. 4 Turn the AMS control to display the desired speed, then press the AMS control.
In stop mode
Change speed in the main unit
MENU/EXIT AMS VARI SPEED
PLAY MODE VARI SPEED
Total playing time of all tracks in the selected speed
7t 34 m 57s +5.0% [ 36m48s]
Total playing time of all tracks in the standard speed (0%)
During playback or in pause mode
During playback or in pause mode, press the VARI SPEED button.
VARI SPEED indicator lights up.
Playing time of the current track in the selected speed
1t 5 m 01s +10.0% [ 5m35s]
C 1t 1 m 53s +10.0%07T 33m07s
Playing time of the current track in the standard speed (0%) Lights.
5 Press the MENU/EXIT button.
Turn the AMS control while pressing the VARI SPEED button to select the desired speed.
The speed is varied in 0.5% interval. Two kinds of display are shown in the window as follows. In stop mode
To change playback speed in the remote control
Time information at the current point in the selected speed
Press the VARI SPEED button so that the VARI SPEED indicator lights up. Press the VARI SPEED + or button to select the desired speed. The speed is varied in 0.5% interval.
C 1t +5.0%07T
1 m 38s 34m57s
To cancel Variable speed play
Press the VARI SPEED button so that VARI SPEED disappears. To play in the selected speed again, press the VARI SPEED button. The selected speed is memorized.
When the desired speed is displayed, release the VARI SPEED button.
By connecting with the external timer, playback can be started or stopped at the desired time. Refer also to the operation manual of the timer.
Last mode memory
After turning off the power, this unit retains the last setting contents. When the power is turned on, this unit can be used in the same settings. The setting contents this unit retains are as follows. Playback mode (CONTINUE, PROGRAM SHUFFLE) Repeat play mode (ALL REPEAT, 1 track REPEAT, OFF) Auto cue/pause mode (AUTO CUE, AUTO PAUSE, OFF) Playback speed VARI SPEED ON/OFF Music scan time (6 seconds to 20 seconds) Auto cue level (72dB, 66dB, 60dB, 54dB, 48dB) Sound during search in pause mode ON/OFF Timer play PLAY/OFF Parallel setting (PRESET/USER) User parallel I/O setting (PI 1 to 5, PO 1to 3) Program (up to 24 tracks)
Turn on the power of the timer. Carry out steps 1 to 3 of Playback in page 6. Select PLAY of Timer in the MENU Mode.
1 In stop mode, Press the MENU/EXIT button to display MENU Mode. 2 Turn the AMS control to display Timer, then press the AMS control. 3 Turn the AMS control to display PLAY, then press the AMS control. 4 Press the MENU/EXIT button.
Set the external timer to your preference.
After the timer playback
If PLAY of Timer is selected, play will start automatically whenever the power is turned on. When the timer is not used, select OFF of Timer.
In playing of the programmed play by the timer, the program is played up to the 24th track after the power is turned off once. When Auto cue or Auto pause is set, play is paused at the beginning of the 1st track. To play by timer, set Auto cue or Auto pause to OFF.
LOCATE MENU/EXIT DISPLAY
A CUE PUSH MARK/ENTER
The unit can be mounted on EIA 19-inch rack. Move the four feet away and mount it on the rack. To move them away, pull out the plastic pins piercing them, then feet will be removed.
Functions of control terminals
Control terminal (CTRL-S)
The control terminal of this unit allows external control by connecting system controler equipped with CTRL-S terminal to the unit or with the attached remote control. Controllable functions Same as those of attached remote control. When a plug is connected to control S terminal, receiving infrared ray function stops.
To the mixer
1 Playbacks at the first player. 2 After the first player finishes playback, the second player starts playback. 3 If the other players cables are connected via RELAY IN terminal, they play back in turn after the previous players playback finishes. Notes
All of following conditions are required to make the connected players start playback by receiving relay control signal. Discs which can playback are set. Players are set in STOP mode. Not to be set in MENU mode.
Functions of REMOTE terminal
stereo mini jack terminal
When you connect the unit to the other CDP-D11, they play back automatically in succession after playing back at the unit finishes by receiving control signal via RELAY terminal. Relay play This function enables players to play back continuously by connecting the unit to the other CDP-D11. When you connect them in loop, continuous repeat play is possible. Connection for relay play Connect RELAY OUT of the unit to RELAY IN of the connected player with stereo mini plug cable (RK-G136, etc.). When you connect more than two players, connect RELAY OUT and RELAY IN as well. Note
To operate relay play properly, you need two systems of control signal. Be sure to use a stereo type plug cable.
When REPEAT is set, the Relay play is not carried out as control signals are not output.
D-sub 9 pin (male)
External control is possible. On control protocols, please consult dealers.
Notes on the Fader PLAY
Operation in the largest numbered track To continue the Fader PLAY in the next track, select the track to be played manually. In the largest numbered track, it is designed mechanically that the next track is not selected automatically by AMS+. So, in the largest numbered track, play is paused when the Fader is turned OFF. To carry out 1 track repeat When you want to repeat only one track with the Fader PLAY, select the track number by the PROGRAM Mode, and then set the REPEAT Mode to ALL REPEAT. In the normal operation, it is designed mechanically that by AMS+ operation in the setting of 1 track repeat play skips to the next track. So, 1 track repeat play is not carried out on the track set at first.
Do not place the unit on such as following. On a rickety stand, uneven surface On a carpet, bedclothes Where the humidity is high, is poorly ventilated. Where is dusty Under the direct sunlight, where the temperature is high Where the temperature is very low Near the tuner, TV set, or video deck (When this unit is used with such equipments, if played on nearby, noises may be generated or pictures may be distorted. Especially these troubles apt to happen when using antennas for inside, we recommend to use outdoor antennas.)
When adjusting the volume POUT1 to POUT 3 (output terminals)
PLAY PAUSE NO DISC OFF Grounding during PLAY operation of the main unit Grounding during PAUSE operation of the main unit Grounding during NO DISC operation of the main unit Always floating
Compact discs contains fewer noises than records. If you listen to noises without sounds while adjusting the volume as in records, unexpected high volume may be output and speakers may be damaged. Turn down the volume before play.
Etiquette toward listening Electrical specifications Input terminal
Input system Input ON voltage Input OFF voltage Opening terminal voltage Input pulse width Input standing voltage Make contact Less than 0.5V More than 3V 5V More than 100msec -0.5 to +10V
Listen to the sounds not to disturb a neighbor. Especially, sounds are easily out in the night. Shut the window, or use headphones to keep comfort.This is the symbol mark of listening etiquette.
Output system Remaining voltage at ON Open collector of NPN transister Less than 0.5V
0 ! ! ! ! ! ! !
EJECT button VARI SPEED indicator AMS control (button) ACUE button p (stop) button (play/pause) button VARI SPEED button PHONES jack
System Frequency response Signal-to-noise ratio Dynamic range Harmonic distortion Channel separation Compact disc player 20Hz - 20kHz (0.5dB) More than 93dB (IHF-A weight) More than 98dB Less than 0.008% (1kHz, 20kHz LPF) More than 90dB (1kHz, 20kHz LPF)
Terminal ANALOG OUT (BALANCE) ANALOG OUT (UNBALANCE) PHONES Stereo phone jack 0 - 10mW (adjustable) 32 Phono jack + 8dBu More than 10k Terminal type XLR-3 Maximum output level Load impedance +10/+24dBu (switchable) More than 600
Terminal DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) DIGITAL OUT (IEC-958) 0dBu=0.775Vrms Phono jack 75 Terminal type Optical connector Load impedance
Power requirements European models USA models Power consumption European models USA models Dimensions (approx.) (w/h/d): 370mm (19 13/4 145/8 in.) Mass (approx.): 5.2kg (11lbs 8oz) : 16W : 16W : 230V AC 50/60Hz : 120V AC 60Hz
See page 4.
The 8cm compact disc can be played back without the adapter as well as the 12cm compact disc. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Printed in Japan
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