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|rglab||3:01am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|Overall, the stereo gets 5 eggs because it does what it does well. I might be ultra-picky with the file selection. The unit comes with two colors blue and green. The blue is BRIGHT (sunglasses at night), the green is a lot better.|
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|boat Easy To Install","Nice Features Large Footprint I have one already, that I installed on my Harley Ultra Classic. I bought 2 more. One for my boat, and one for my truck.|
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FM/AM Compact Disc Player
For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/connections manual.
2005 Sony Corporation
Thank you for purchasing this Sony Compact Disc Player. You can enjoy your drive with the following functions. CD playback: You can play CD-DA (also containing CD TEXT*), CD-R/CD-RW (MP3 files also containing Multi Session (page 9)) and ATRAC CD (ATRAC3 and ATRAC3plus format (page 10)).
Type of discs Label on the disc
Warning if your cars ignition has no ACC position After turning the ignition off, be sure to press and hold (OFF) on the unit until the display disappears. Otherwise, the display does not turn off and this causes battery drain.
This label is located on the bottom of the chassis. Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
MP3 ATRAC CD
Radio reception: You can store up to 6 stations per band (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and AM2). BTM (Best Tuning Memory) function: the unit selects strong signal stations and stores them.
* A CD TEXT disc is a CD-DA that includes information such as disc, artist and track name.
SonicStage and its logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. ATRAC, ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Table of Contents
Resetting the unit. 4 Setting the clock. 4 DEMO mode. 4 Detaching the front panel. 4 Attaching the front panel. 4
Changing the sound settings. Adjusting the sound characteristics BAL/FAD/SUB. Adjusting the equalizer curve EQ3. Adjusting setup items SET. Using optional remote commander. Card remote commander RM-X114. 8 8
Location of controls and basic operations
Main unit. 5
Precautions. 9 Notes on discs. 9 About MP3 files. 9 About ATRAC CD. 10 Maintenance. 10 Removing the unit. 11 Specifications. 11 Troubleshooting. 12 Error displays/Messages. 13
Display items. 6 Repeat and shuffle play. 6
Storing and receiving stations. 6 Storing automatically BTM. 6 Storing manually. 6 Receiving the stored stations. 6 Tuning automatically. 6
Detaching the front panel
You can detach the front panel of this unit to prevent theft.
Resetting the unit
Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or changing the connections, you must reset the unit. Detach the front panel and press the RESET button with a pointed object, such as a ballpoint pen.
If you turn the ignition switch to the OFF position without detaching the front panel, the caution alarm will sound for a few seconds. The alarm will only sound if the built-in amplifier is used.
RESET button Note Pressing the RESET button will erase the clock setting and some stored contents.
Press (OFF). The unit is turned off. Press , then pull it off towards you.
Setting the clock
The clock uses a 24-hour digital indication.
Press and hold (SEL). The setup display appears. Press (SEL) repeatedly until CLOCKADJ appears. Press (DSPL). The hour indication flashes. Press the volume +/ button to set the hour and minute. To move the digital indication, press (DSPL). Press (SEL). The clock starts and the next setup display appears. Press and hold (SEL). The setup is complete.
Notes Do not drop or put excessive pressure on the front panel and display window. Do not subject the front panel to heat/high temperature or moisture. Avoid leaving it in a parked car or on a dashboard/rear tray. Tip When carrying the front panel, use the supplied front panel case.
Attaching the front panel
Engage part A of the front panel with part B of the unit, as illustrated, and push the left side into position until it clicks.
To display the clock, press (DSPL). Press (DSPL) again to return to the previous display.
With the card remote commander In step 4, to set the hour and minute, press M or m.
When the unit is turned off, the clock is displayed first, then demonstration (DEMO) mode starts the demonstration display. To cancel the DEMO mode, set DEMO-OFF in setup (page 7) while the unit is turned off.
Note Do not put anything on the inner surface of the front panel.
GROUP + 1 2
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Refer to the pages listed for details. a Volume +/ button To adjust volume. b SEL (select) button 4, 7 To select items. c SOURCE button To power on/change the source (Radio/CD). d MODE button 6 To select the radio band (FM/AM). e Disc slot Insert the disc (label side up), playback starts. f Display window g ATT (attenuate) button To attenuate the sound. To cancel, press again. h EQ3 (equalizer) button 7 To select an equalizer type (XPLOD, VOCAL, CLUB, JAZZ, NEW AGE, ROCK, CUSTOM or OFF). i Z (eject) button To eject the disc. j SEEK +/ button Radio: To tune in stations automatically (press); find a station manually (press and hold). CD: To skip tracks (press); skip tracks continuously (press, then press again within about 1 second and hold); fast-forward/ reverse a track (press and hold). k (front panel release) button 4 l DSPL (display)/DIM (dimmer) button 4 To change display items (press); change the display brightness (press and hold). m SENS button To improve weak reception: LOCAL/ MONO. n RESET button (located behind the front panel) 4 o Number buttons Radio: To receive stored stations (press); store stations (press and hold). CD: (1)/(2): GROUP* /+ To skip groups (press); skip groups continuously (press and hold). (3): REP 6 (4): SHUF 6 p BTM button 6 To start the BTM function (press and hold). q OFF button To power off/stop the source. r Receptor for the card remote commander 8
* When an MP3/ATRAC CD is played.
Storing and receiving stations
When tuning in stations while driving, use Best Tuning Memory (BTM) to prevent an accident.
A Source B Track number/Elapsed playing time, Disc/artist name, Group number*1, Group name, Track name, Text information*2, Clock
*1 Group number is displayed only when the group is changed. *2 When playing an MP3, ID3 tag is displayed and when playing ATRAC CD, text information written by SonicStage, etc. is displayed.
Storing automatically BTM 1
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly until TUNER appears. To change the band, press (MODE) repeatedly. You can select from FM1, FM2, FM3*, AM1 or AM2. Press and hold (BTM) until BTM flashes. The unit stores stations in order of frequency on the number buttons. A beep sounds when the setting is stored.
To change display items B, press (DSPL).
Tip Displayed item will differ, depending on the disc type and recorded format. For details on MP3, see page 9; ATRAC CD, see page 10.
* FM3 tuning range is 65 to 74 MHz (at 30KHz step).
Storing manually Repeat and shuffle play 1
During playback, press (3) (REP) or (4) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
While receiving the station that you want to store, press and hold a number button ((1) to (6)) until MEM appears. The number button indication appears in the display.
REP-TRACK track repeatedly. REP-GP* SHUF-GP* SHUF-DISC group repeatedly. group in random order. disc in random order.
Note If you try to store another station on the same number button, the previous stored station will be replaced.
Receiving the stored stations 1
Select the band, then press a number button ((1) to (6)).
To return to normal play mode, select REPOFF or SHUF-OFF.
With the card remote commander To select preset stations, press M or m.
Tuning automatically 1
Select the band, then press (SEEK) +/ to search for the station. Scanning stops when the unit receives a station. Repeat this procedure until the desired station is received.
Tip If you know the frequency of the station you want to listen to, press and hold (SEEK) +/ to locate the approximate frequency, then press (SEEK) +/ repeatedly to fine adjust to the desired frequency (manual tuning).
Changing the sound settings
Adjusting the sound characteristics BAL/FAD/SUB
You can adjust the balance, fader and subwoofer volume.
With the card remote commander In step 3, to adjust the selected item, press <, M, ,, or m.
Adjusting setup items SET
Press and hold (SEL). The setup display appears. Press (SEL) repeatedly until the desired item appears. Press the volume +/ button to select the setting (example ON or OFF). Press and hold (SEL). The setup is complete and, the display returns to normal play/reception mode.
Press (SEL) repeatedly until BAL, FAD or SUB appears. The item changes as follows: LOW*1 t MID*1 t HI*1 t BAL (left-right) t FAD (front-rear) t SUB (subwoofer volume)*2
*1 When EQ3 is activated (page 7). *2 When the audio output is set to SUB (page 7). ATT is displayed at the lowest setting, and can be adjusted up to 20 steps.
Note Displayed items will differ, depending on the source and setting. With the card remote commander In step 3, to select the setting, press < or ,.
Press the volume +/ button repeatedly to adjust the selected item. After 3 seconds, the setting is complete and the display returns to normal play/reception mode.
The following items can be set (follow the page reference for details): z indicates the default settings. CLOCK-ADJ (Clock Adjust) BEEP (page 4) To set BEEP-ON (z) or BEEP-OFF.
Note Adjust within 3 seconds of selecting the item. With the card remote commander In step 2, to adjust the selected item, press <, M, ,, or m.
Adjusting the equalizer curve EQ3
You can adjust and store the equalizer settings for different tone ranges.
SUB/REAR*1 To switch the audio output. SUB (z): to output to a subwoofer. REAR: to output to a power amplifier. DIM (Dimmer) To change the brightness of the display. DIM-ON: to dim the display. DIM-OFF (z): to deactivate the dimmer. DEMO*1 To set DEMO-ON (z) or (Demonstration) DEMO-OFF (page 4). A.SCRL (Auto Scroll) To scroll long displayed items automatically when the group/ track is changed. A.SCRL-ON: to scroll. A.SCRL-OFF (z): to not scroll. continue to next page t
Select a source, then press (EQ3) repeatedly to select the EQ3 type. Press (SEL) repeatedly until LOW, MID or HI appears. Press the volume +/ button repeatedly to adjust the selected item. The volume level is adjustable in 1 dB steps, from 10 dB to +10 dB.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the equalizer curve. To restore the factory-set equalizer curve, press and hold (SEL) before the setting is complete. After 3 seconds, the setting is complete and the display returns to normal play/reception mode.
LPF*2 (Low Pass Filter)
To select the cut-off frequency 78HZ, 125HZ or OFF (z).
Replacing the lithium battery
Under normal conditions, the battery will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the card remote commander becomes shorter. Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
*1 When the unit is turned off. *2 When the audio output is set to SUB.
Using optional remote commander
Card remote commander RM-X114
Location of controls
The corresponding buttons on the card remote commander control the same functions as those on this unit.
DSPL MENU* SOURCE </, (SEEK /+) SOUND OFF VOL (+/)
+ side up
Notes on the lithium battery Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a good contact. Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the battery. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur.
m/M (DISC*/ PRESET +/) ENTER* ATT
The following buttons on the card remote commander have also different buttons/functions from the unit. SOUND button The same as (SEL) on the unit. </, (SEEK /+) buttons To control radio/CD, the same as (SEEK) +/ on the unit. (For details of other operations, see With the card remote commander on each pages.) M/m (DISC*/PRESET +/) buttons To control CD, the same as (1)/(2) /+ on the unit. (For details of other operations, see With the card remote commander on each pages.)
* Not available for this unit. Note If the unit is turned off and the display disappears, it cannot be operated with the card remote commander unless (SOURCE) on the unit is pressed, or a disc is inserted to activate the unit first.
Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
If your car has been parked in direct sunlight, allow the unit to cool off before operating it. Power aerial will extend automatically while the unit is operating.
Before playing, clean the discs with a commercially available cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from the centre out. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for analogue discs.
On a rainy day or in a very damp area, moisture condensation may occur inside the lenses and display of the unit. Should this occur, the unit will not operate properly. In such a case, remove the disc and wait for about an hour until the moisture has evaporated.
Notes on CD-R/CD-RW discs
Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of the disc) may not play on this unit. You cannot play a CD-R/a CD-RW that is not finalized.
To maintain high sound quality
Be careful not to splash juice or other soft drinks onto the unit or discs.
Music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies
This product is designed to play back discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. Recently, various music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies are marketed by some record companies. Please be aware that among those discs, there are some that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be playable by this product.
Notes on discs
To keep a disc clean, do not touch its surface. Handle the disc by its edge. Keep your discs in their cases or disc magazines when not in use. Do not subject discs to heat/high temperature. Avoid leaving them in a parked car or on a dashboard/rear tray. Do not attach labels, or use discs with sticky ink/residue. Such discs may stop spinning when used, causing a malfunction, or may ruin the disc.
Note on DualDiscs
A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which mates DVD recorded material on one side with digital audio material on the other side. However, since the audio material side does not conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard, playback on this product is not guaranteed.
About MP3 files
MP3, which stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3, is a music file compression format standard. It compresses audio CD data to approximately 1/10 of its original size. The unit is compatible with the ISO 9660 level 1/level 2 format, Joliet/Romeo in the expansion format, ID3 tag version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4, and Multi Session. The maximum number of: folders (groups): 150 (including root and empty folders). MP3 files (tracks) and folders contained in a disc: 300 (if a folder/file names contain many characters, this number may become less than 300). displayable characters for a folder/file name is 32 (Joliet), or 32/64 (Romeo); ID3 tag is 15/30 characters (1.0, 1.1, 2.2 and 2.3), or 63/ 126 characters (2.4). continue to next page t
Do not use any discs with labels or stickers attached. The following malfunctions may result from using such discs: Inability to eject a disc (due to a label or sticker peeling off and jamming the eject mechanism). Inability to read audio data correctly (e.g., playback skipping, or no playback) due to heat shrinking of a sticker or label causing a disc to warp. Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g., heart, square, star) cannot be played on this unit. Attempting to do so may damage the unit. Do not use such discs. You cannot play 8 cm CDs.
Playback order of MP3 files
MP3 Folder (group) MP3 file (track)
Note Be sure to create the ATRAC CD using authorized software, such as SonicStage 2.0 or later, or SonicStage Simple Burner 1.0 or 1.1, which are supplied with Sony Network products.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Notes Be sure to finalize the disc before using on the unit. When naming an MP3 file, be sure to add the file expansion.mp3 to the file name. If you play a high-bit-rate MP3, such as 320 kbps, sound may be intermittent. During playback of a VBR (variable bit rate) MP3 file or fast-forward/reverse, elapsed playing time may not display accurately. When the disc is recorded in Multi Session, only the first track of the first session format is recognized and played (any other format is skipped). The priority of the format is CD-DA, ATRAC CD and MP3. When the first track is a CD-DA, only CD-DA of the first session is played. When the first track is not a CD-DA, an ATRAC CD or MP3 session is played. If the disc has no data in any of these formats, NO MUSIC is displayed.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Cleaning the connectors
The unit may not function properly if the connectors between the unit and the front panel are not clean. In order to prevent this, detach the front panel (page 4) and clean the connectors with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Do not apply too much force. Otherwise, the connectors may be damaged.
About ATRAC CD
ATRAC3plus format ATRAC3, which stands for Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding3, is audio compression technology. It compresses audio CD data to approximately 1/10 of its original size. ATRAC3plus, which is an extended format of ATRAC3, compresses the audio CD data to approximately 1/20 of its original size. The unit accepts both ATRAC3 and ATRAC3plus format. ATRAC CD ATRAC CD is recorded audio CD data which is compressed to ATRAC3 or ATRAC3plus format using authorized software, such as SonicStage 2.0 or later, or SonicStage Simple Burner. The maximum number of: folders (groups): 255 files (tracks): 999 The characters for a folder/file name and text information written by SonicStage is displayed. For details on ATRAC CD, see the SonicStage or SonicStage Simple Burner manual.
Back of the front panel
Notes For safety, turn off the ignition before cleaning the connectors, and remove the key from the ignition switch. Never touch the connectors directly with your fingers or with any metal device.
Removing the unit
Remove the protection collar. 1 Detach the front panel (page 4). 2 Engage the release keys together with the protection collar.
CD Player section
Signal-to-noise ratio: 120 dB Frequency response: 10 20,000 Hz Wow and flutter: Below measurable limit
Tuning range: FM1/FM2: 87.5 108.0 MHz (at 50 kHz step) FM3: MHz (at 30 kHz step) Aerial terminal: External aerial connector Intermediate frequency: 10.7 MHz/450 kHz Usable sensitivity: 9 dBf Selectivity: 75 dB at 400 kHz Signal-to-noise ratio: 67 dB (stereo), 69 dB (mono) Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz: 0.5 % (stereo), 0.3 % (mono) Separation: 35 dB at 1 kHz Frequency response: 30 15,000 Hz
Orient the release keys as shown.
3 Pull out the release keys to remove the protection collar.
Tuning range: 531 1,602 kHz Aerial terminal: External aerial connector Intermediate frequency: 10.7 MHz/450 kHz Sensitivity: 30 V
Remove the unit. 1 Insert both release keys simultaneously until they click.
Hook facing inwards.
Power amplifier section
Outputs: Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors) Speaker impedance: ohms Maximum power output: 50 W 4 (at 4 ohms)
Outputs: Audio outputs terminal (sub/rear switchable) Power aerial relay control terminal Power amplifier control terminal Input: Aerial input terminal Tone controls: Low: 10 dB at 60 Hz (XPLOD) Mid: 10 dB at 1 kHz (XPLOD) High: 10 dB at 10 kHz (XPLOD) Power requirements: 12 V DC car battery (negative earth) Dimensions: Approx. 178 mm (w/h/d) Mounting dimensions: Approx. 161 mm (w/h/d) Mass: Approx. 1.2 kg Supplied accessories: Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Front panel case (1) Optional accessory: Card remote commander RM-X114
2 Pull the release keys to unseat the unit.
3 Slide the unit out of the mounting.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories.
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MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Stored stations and correct time are erased. The fuse has blown. Makes noise when the position of the ignition key is switched.
The leads are not matched correctly with the cars accessory power connector.
The display disappears from/does not appear in the display window.
Lead-free solder is used for soldering certain parts. (more than 80 %) Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the certain printed wiring boards. Halogenated flame retardants are not used in cabinets. Packaging cushions do not use polystyrene foam.
The dimmer is set DIM-ON (page 7). The display disappears if you press and hold (OFF). t Press and hold (OFF) again until the display appears. The connectors are dirty (page 10).
The disc cannot be loaded.
The following checklist will help you remedy problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures.
Another disc is already loaded. The disc has been forcibly inserted upside down or in the wrong way.
The disc does not playback.
Defective or dirty disc. The CD-Rs/CD-RWs are not for audio use (page 9).
MP3 files cannot be played back.
No power is being supplied to the unit.
Check the connection. If everything is in order, check the fuse. If the unit is turned off and the display disappears, it cannot be operated with the remote commander. t Turn on the unit.
The power aerial does not extend.
The disc is not corresponding to the MP3 format and version (page 9).
MP3 files take longer to play back than others.
The power aerial does not have a relay box.
The following discs take a longer time to start playback. a disc recorded with a complicated tree structure. a disc recorded in Multi Session. a disc to which data can be added.
The ATRAC CD cannot play.
The volume is too low. The ATT function is activated, or the Telephone ATT function (when the interface cable of a car telephone is connected to the ATT lead) is activated. The position of the fader control (FAD) is not set for a 2-speaker system.
No beep sound.
The disc is not created by authorized software, such as SonicStage or SonicStage Simple Burner. Tracks that are not included in the group cannot be played.
The display items do not scroll.
The beep sound is cancelled (page 7). An optional power amplifier is connected and you are not using the built-in amplifier.
The contents of the memory have been erased.
For discs with very many characters, those may not scroll. A.SCRL is set to off. t Set A.SCRL-ON (page 7).
The sound skips.
The RESET button has been pressed. t Store again into the memory. The power connecting lead or battery has been disconnected. The power connecting lead is not connected properly.
Installation is not correct. t Install the unit at an angle of less than 45 in a sturdy part of the car. Defective or dirty disc.
The operation buttons do not function. The disc will not eject.
Press the RESET button (page 4).
The stations cannot be received. The sound is hampered by noises.
The disc is not a music file. t Insert a music CD.
Connect a power aerial control lead (blue) or accessory power supply lead (red) to the power supply lead of a cars aerial booster (only when your car has built-in FM/AM aerial in the rear/ side glass). Check the connection of the car aerial. The auto aerial will not go up. t Check the connection of the power aerial control lead. Check the frequency.
Preset tuning is not possible.
A track/group/disc name is not written in the track.
There may be an internal malfunction. t Check the connection. If the error indication remains on in the display, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Store the correct frequency in the memory. The broadcast signal is too weak.
Automatic tuning is not possible.
The unit is reading all track and group information on the disc. t Wait until reading is complete and playback starts automatically. Depending on the disc structure, it may take more than a minute.
Setting of the local seek mode is not correct. t Tuning stops too frequently: Press (SENS) until LOCAL-ON appears. t Tuning does not stop at a station: Press (SENS) repeatedly until MONOON or MONO-OFF (FM), or LOCALOFF (AM) appears. The broadcast signal is too weak. t Perform manual tuning.
During FM reception, the ST indication flashes.
The unit cannot be operated because of some problem. t Press the RESET button (page 4).
During fast-forward or reverse, you have reached the beginning or the end of the disc and you cannot go any further.
The character cannot be displayed with the unit. If these solutions do not help improve the situation, consult your nearest Sony dealer. If you take the unit to be repaired because of CD playback trouble, bring the disc that was used at the time the problem began.
Tune in the frequency accurately. The broadcast signal is too weak. t Press (SENS) to set the monaural reception mode to MONO-ON.
An FM programme broadcast in stereo is heard in monaural.
The unit is in monaural reception mode. t Press (SENS) until MONO-OFF appears.
The disc is dirty or inserted upside down. t Clean or insert the disc correctly. The disc cannot play because of some problem. t Insert another disc.
The speaker/amplifier connection is incorrect. t See the supplied installation/connections manual to check the connection.
The local seek mode is on during automatic tuning.
ID3 tag information is not written in the MP3 file.
Text information is not written in the ATRAC3/ ATRAC3plus file.
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*1 Note for the aerial connecting If your car aerial is an ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) type, use the supplied adaptor to connect it. First connect the car aerial to the supplied adaptor, then connect it to the aerial jack of the master unit. *2 RCA pin cord (not supplied) 3 AUDIO OUT can be switched * SUB or REAR. For details, see the Operating Instructions manual. *1 , ISO ( ), . , . *2 RCA ( ) *3 AUDIO OUT pa ee SUB REAR. ye e pa c. paaee cpy cyaa.
AUDIO OUT REAR*3
FM/AM Compact Disc Player
BUS AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT
from car aerial
Fuse (10 A) (10 )
AMP REM Blue/white striped / from the cars speaker connector
Max. supply current 0.3 A. 0,3
ATT Light blue Ce-y 3 4
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Speaker, Rear, Right
Speaker, Front, Left , ,
Speaker, Front, Left Speaker, Rear, Left
Speaker, Front, Right
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Speaker, Rear, Left
Negative polarity positions 2, 4, 6, and 8 have striped leads. 2, 4, .
AUDIO OUT REAR
from the cars power connector
See Power connection diagram on the reverse side for details. pee c. paee Cxea e a a pa cpe. 4
continuous power supply
switched power supply
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power aerial control
Positions 1, 2, 3 and 6 do not have pins. 1, 2, .
This unit is designed for negative earth 12 V DC operation only. Do not get the leads under a screw, or caught in moving parts (e.g. seat railing). Before making connections, turn the car ignition off to avoid short circuits. Connect the power connecting lead to the unit and speakers before connecting it to the auxiliary power connector. Run all earth leads to a common earth point. Be sure to insulate any loose unconnected leads with electrical tape for safety. Notes on the power supply lead (yellow) When connecting this unit in combination with other stereo components, the connected car circuits rating must be higher than the sum of each components fuse. When no car circuits are rated high enough, connect the unit directly to the battery.
Connection example ()
Notes (-B) Be sure to connect the earth lead before connecting the amplier. The alarm will only sound if the built-in amplier is used.
Connection diagram ()
To AMP REMOTE IN of an optional power amplier
This connection is only for ampliers. Connecting any other system may damage the unit.
To the interface cable of a car telephone
If you have a power aerial without a relay box, connecting this unit with the supplied power connecting lead may damage the aerial.
Notes on the control and power supply leads The power aerial control lead (blue) supplies +12 V DC when you turn on the tuner. When your car has built-in FM/AM aerial in the rear/side glass, connect the power aerial control lead (blue) or the accessory power input lead (red) to the power terminal of the existing aerial booster. For details, consult your dealer. A power aerial without a relay box cannot be used with this unit. Memory hold connection When the yellow power input lead is connected, power will always be supplied to the memory circuit even when the ignition switch is turned off. Notes on speaker connection Before connecting the speakers, turn the unit off. Use speakers with an impedance of 4 to 8 ohms, and with adequate power handling capacities to avoid its damage. Do not connect the speaker terminals to the car chassis, or connect the terminals of the right speakers with those of the left speaker. Do not connect the earth lead of this unit to the negative () terminal of the speaker. Do not attempt to connect the speakers in parallel. Connect only passive speakers. Connecting active speakers (with built-in ampliers) to the speaker terminals may damage the unit. To avoid a malfunction, do not use the built-in speaker leads installed in your car if the unit shares a common negative () lead for the right and left speakers. Do not connect the units speaker leads to each other. Note on connection If speaker and amplier are not connected correctly, FAILURE appears in the display. In this case, make sure the speaker and amplier are connected correctly.
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Parts Iist ()
The numbers in the list are keyed to those in the instructions. The bracket and the protection collar are attached to the unit before shipping. Before mounting the unit, use the release keys to remove the bracket and the protection collar from the unit. For details, see Removing the protection collar and the bracket () on the reverse side of the sheet. Keep the release keys for future use as they are also necessary if you remove the unit from your car. Caution Handle the bracket carefully to avoid injuring your ngers.
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p e epa py a pe ae (cey) aec apee +12 B c a. Ec a ae/ cee a ycaea cpea aea aaa FM/AM, cee p a pe ae (c) p a ycpca (pac) ee a cyecye yce ae. y ee cee, paec cey epy. , , . , , .
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Front speaker Active subwoofer A ac ppe
Note Before installing, make sure that the catches on both sides of the bracket are bent inwards 2 mm. If the catches are straight or bent outwards, the unit will not be installed securely and may spring out.
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Orient the release key correctly. epe eaa aea pa.
Face the hook inwards. Hapae p yp.
Choose the installation location carefully so that the unit will not interfere with normal driving operations. Avoid installing the unit in areas subject to dust, dirt, excessive vibration, or high temperatures, such as in direct sunlight or near heater ducts. Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.
Power connection diagram
Auxiliary power connector may vary depending on the car. Check your cars auxiliary power connector diagram to make sure the connections match correctly. There are three basic types (illustrated below). You may need to switch the positions of the red and yellow leads in the car stereos power connecting lead. After matching the connections and switched power supply leads correctly, connect the unit to the cars power supply. If you have any questions and problems connecting your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult the car dealer.
Mounting angle adjustment
Adjust the mounting angle to less than 45.
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Removing the protection collar and the bracket ()
Before installing the unit, remove the protection collar and the bracket from the unit. 1 Remove the protection collar.
Remove the bracket.
Engage the release keys together with the protection collar. Pull out the release keys to remove the protection collar.
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Insert both release keys together between the unit and the bracket until they click. Pull down the bracket , then pull up the unit to separate.
Mounting example ()
Installation in the dashboard
Notes Bend these claws outward for a tight t, if necessary (-2). Make sure that the 4 catches on the protection collar are properly engaged in the slots of the unit (-3).
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Auxiliary power connector
Mounting the unit in a Japanese car ()
You may not be able to install this unit in some makes of Japanese cars. In such a case, consult your Sony dealer.
Note To prevent malfunction, install only with the supplied screws.
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pea p exc e cy apyy, ece y y (-2). eec, 4 capa, eec a a aee , ae cae epc a ycpce (-3).
How to detach and attach the front panel ()
Before installing the unit, detach the front panel.
-A To detach -B To attach
Before detaching the front panel, be sure to press. Press , and pull it off towards you. Engage part of the front panel with part of the unit, as illustrated, and push the left side into position until it clicks.
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max. size mm ac. paep to dashboard/centre console pp ae/epa c
Warning if your cars ignition has no ACC position
After turning the ignition off, be sure to press and hold on the unit until the display disappears. Otherwise, the display does not turn off and this causes battery drain.
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continuous power supply
switched power supply
When the installation and connections are completed, be sure to press the RESET button with a ballpoint pen, etc., after detaching the front panel.
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