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CMT-C5

SERVICE MANUAL

Ver 1.1 2002. 01

CMT-C5 is composed of following model. As for the service manual, it is issued for each component model, then, please refer to it.
AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Chinese Model

COMPONENT MODEL NAME

COMPACT DISC DECK RECEIVER SYSTEM SPEAKER SYSTEM HCD-C5 SA-C5B Abbreviation AUS : Australian model. CH : Chinese model. KR : Korea model. HK : Hong Kong model.

PARTS LIST

Part No. Description Remarks ACCESSORIES ************ COMMANDER, CARD (RM-SC5BEN) ANTENNA, LOOP (AM) ANTENNA (FM) (AEP, UK, KR, CH) ANTENNA (FM) (AUS, HK) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION PLUG 3P (UK, HK)
1-476-649-21 1-501-374-11 1-501-594-11 1-501-659-1-770-019-11
4-233-942-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (AEP, UK) 4-233-942-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH, SPANISH) (AEP) 4-233-942-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN, DUTCH, ITALIAN) (AEP) 4-233-942-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH, POLISH) (AEP) 4-233-942-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CHINESE) (HK) 4-233-942-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KOREAN) (KR) 4-234-860-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GREEK) (AEP) 4-234-860-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (HUNGARIAN, CZECH) (AEP) 4-234-860-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TURKISH) (AEP) 4-234-860-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SLOVAK) (AEP) 4-236-290-21 4-236-313-11 4-236-313-21 4-236-313-31 4-238-636-11 COVER, BATTERY (FOR RM-SC5BEN) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (DANISH,FINNISH) (AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (PORTUGUESE) (AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RUSSIAN) (AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (CH)
4-238-636-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CHINESE) (CH) The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
MICRO HI-FI COMPONENT SYSTEM

9-873-229-02

2002A1600-1 2002.1

Sony Corporation

Home Audio Company Published by Sony Engineering Corporation

http://getMANUAL.com

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Network connections

Connecting the system to your home network..22 Checking the wireless LAN environment of your home network.23
Searching for an access point and setting up a wireless network (access point scan method)..23 Setting up a wireless network using an access point compliant with WPS...25 Setting up a wired network...26

Operations

Playing a CD/MP3 disc... 28 Listening to the radio... 30 Tuning in a radio station.. 30 Presetting radio stations... 31 Performing a DAB Initial Scan manually.. 32 Listening to an iPod or iPhone... 33 Playing a file on a USB device... 35 Listening to audio content stored on a server... 37 Setting up the server... 37 Playing audio content stored on a server.. 40 Listening to music services... 42 Presetting stations... 43 Enjoying a variety of music services.. 44 Using the PARTY STREAMING function.. 45 Starting a PARTY... 45 Joining a PARTY... 46 Listening to audio material from an external component. 47 Playing in various modes... 48 Playing repeatedly... 48 Playing in random order or programmed order. 49 Creating your own program.. 49 Searching for an item using a keyword... 50

Additional information

Setting functions related to network operations.. 51 Checking the network settings... 51 Setting the network standby mode.. 51 Setting the auto access permission... 52 Setting the PARTY STREAMING function.. 53 Renaming the unit... 53 Changing the sound settings... 54 Generating a more dynamic sound (Dynamic Sound Generator X-tra). 54 Adjusting the bass and treble.. 54 Using the timers... 55 Using the Sleep Timer... 55 Using the Play Timer... 56 Changing the display settings... 57

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting...58 Messages...64
Precautions/Specifications
Precautions...66 Specifications...68 iPod/iPhone models compatible with this system..71 Glossary...72 Index....74

Features of this system

Enjoying music from various sources
You can enjoy listening to music from various sound sources with large amounts of music content. The following sound sources are available on this system.
Music Services via Internet

The system

External component

Server FM/DAB*

USB device iPod/iPhone
* The DAB function is available for CMT-MX750Ni only.
Using the system with DLNA-compliant devices
This system complies with the DLNA standard. You can listen to music in various ways using the system together with other DLNA-compliant devices. Connecting it to other DLNA devices allows you to enjoy audio content stored on a server, even though they are all placed in different rooms. Furthermore, the PARTY STREAMING function of the system allows you to play back audio content with other devices that have a PARTY STREAMING function* at the same time (page 45). You can use all the functions available on the system as a sound source for the PARTY STREAMING function.

* Available PARTY STREAMING-compliant devices may differ depending on the countries or regions. For details on available devices, contact your nearest Sony dealers.
Audio streaming/ PARTY STREAMING

About DLNA

DLNA is an abbreviation for Digital Living Network Alliance. It is the name of an organization that establishes guidelines (DLNA guidelines), and it is also the name of the method that allows devices in a house to share digital content (such as music data, image data, etc.) over a home network.
Checking the supplied accessories

Remote (1)

qg: for iPhone 3G

FM lead antenna (1)*

R6 (size AA) batteries (2) DAB lead antenna (1) (CMT-MX750Ni only)*

Speaker cords (2)

Speaker pads (8)
Dock Adapters for iPhone models (1 set) The adapter number is shown on the bottom of Dock Adapter. For iPod models, use the Dock Adapter supplied with your iPod, or purchase a compatible dock adapter from Apple Inc.

qs: for iPhone

Operating Instructions (this manual) (1) This manual provides full explanations of the various settings, operations and the network connection procedure. This manual also contains precautions for the safe use of the system. Quick Setup Guide (1) This manual explains how to set up the network connection and use the functions that can be used in conjunction with the network connection.
* The shape of the antenna plug may differ from the illustrations depending on the countries and regions.
If you find any accessories missing or damaged, contact your nearest Sony dealer.
Guide to parts and controls

Main unit

A I/1 (power) button Use to turn the power on or off (page 31). B STANDBY indicator The following color indicates the power status of the system.
Color Green Amber Red System status On Off Off Network standby On/Off On Off
G TUNE +/ buttons Use to tune in the desired station./> (skip backward/skip forward) buttons Use to select a track or file. m/M (search backward/search forward) buttons Use to find a point in a track or file. M/m buttons Use to select an item that is listed on the display. (folder) +/ buttons Use to select a folder (pages 28, 35, 49). ENTER button Use to enter a selected item or setting. H OPTIONS button Use to display the options menu (page 40). Menu items vary depending on the selected function. I VOLUME control Use to adjust the volume. J Remote sensor K OPEN/CLOSE button Use to open or close the disc tray (page 28).

K PARTY button Use to operate the PARTY STREAMING function. Hold down the button to start or close a PARTY (pages 45, 46). L OPEN/CLOSE button Use to open or close the disc tray (page 28). M I/1 (power) button Use to turn the power on or off (pages 20, 56). N FM MODE button Use to select the FM reception mode (monaural or stereo) (page 31). O TUNING MODE button Use to select the tuning mode (pages 30, 31). P DSGX button Use to generate a more dynamic sound (Dynamic Sound Generator X-tra) (page 54). EQ button Use to select a sound effect (page 54). Q ALPHABET SEARCH button Use to search for an item using a keyword (pages 41, 43, 50). R OPTIONS button Use to display the options menu (pages 15, 23, 25, 26, 27, 32, 35, 40, 41, 43, 51, 52, 53). (Available only when the DAB, USB, Home Network, Music Service function is selected.) S MEMORY button Use to preset FM stations, DAB/DAB+ stations (CMT-MX750Ni only) (page 31) or music services (page 43). T VOLUME +*/ buttons Use to adjust the volume (pages 33, 47, 56). U TIMER MENU button Use to display the timer menu (pages 21, 56).
* An asterisk (*) indicates buttons that have a tactile dot (number 5 button, VOLUME + button and N (play) button).

Entering characters

You may need to enter characters during some setup operations such as network settings. For details on available characters, see List of input characters (page 15).
Press the corresponding numeric/ text buttons to select the desired characters.
Press the button (ABC, DEF, etc.) repeatedly until the desired character appears. If you want to enter punctuation marks (e.g. !, ?) and other symbols (e.g. #, %), select the character type abc or ABC, then press 0 or 1 of the numeric/text button repeatedly.

Numeric/text buttons

Press ENTER to save the text string.

Other operations

Do the following: Press CLEAR. Press. For example, pressing the No. 2 button repeatedly normally displays A, B, C and 2, however, pressing this button changes the order to 2, C, B, and A. Press BACK. Press </, to move the cursor left or right. Press M/m to move the cursor to the beginning or to the end of the text string. Erase a character that was just entered Reverse the character order assigned to the numeric/text buttons
Display example when searching for an item using a keyword:
Restore the previous condition Move the cursor
A Cursor (current position) B Termination symbol indicates the end of the text string C Current position of the cursor/number of characters you have entered D Character type

If Change Setting? appears, select OK, then press ENTER.
On the proxy setting, press M/m to select Do Not Use, then press ENTER.
The confirmation display appears.
When using a proxy server
Select Use in step 9, then press ENTER. The proxy address input display appears. Set the values for Proxy Address and Port Number. When you press ENTER after setting the value for Port Number, the confirmation display appears.
Press M/m to select Access Point Scan, then press ENTER.
The system starts searching for access points, and displays a list of up to 20 available network name (SSID).
M/m to 10 Press ENTER.select OK, then press
Complete! appears after the network settings are complete, and lights up on the display. To return to the options menu, press ENTER. (Depending on the network environment, the network settings may take some time.)
Press M/m to select the desired network name (SSID), then press ENTER.
The security setting display appears.
Enter the security key (WEP key, WPA/WPA2 key), then press ENTER.
By default, the security key appears as *****. Press DISPLAY repeatedly to encrypt and disclose the security key. The IP setting display appears.
11 Perform the server settings.the To listen to audio content stored on
server, you need to set up your server (page 37). Tip
When checking the network settings, press OPTIONS, then select Network Information the desired setting item on the menu.
If your network has not been secured by encryption (using the security key), the security setting display does not appear in step 7.
If you cannot find the desired network name (SSID) (manual setup method)
You can input the desired network name (SSID) manually if it does not appear on the list.
Setting up a wireless network using the WPS push button configuration method
You can easily set up a WPS wireless connection with one push of the designated button.
Select Manual Registration in step 5 of Searching for an access point and setting up a wireless network (access point scan method) (page 23). Press M/m to select Direct Input, then press ENTER. Enter the network name (SSID), then press ENTER. Press M/m to select the desired security setting, then press ENTER. Follow steps 7 to 11 of Searching for an access point and setting up a wireless network (access point scan method) (page 23).

Press TUNER repeatedly to select FM or DAB.

Perform tuning.

For automatic tuning:
Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until AUTO lights up, then press +/. Scanning stops automatically when a station is tuned in, and TUNED and ST(for stereo programs only) light up on the display. If TUNED does not light up and scanning for an FM station does not stop, press x to stop scanning, then perform manual tuning.
For manual tuning (FM band only):
Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until AUTO and PRESET go out, then press +/ repeatedly to tune in the desired station.

For preset tuning:

Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until PRESET lights up, then press +/ repeatedly to select the desired preset number. For details on presetting stations, see Presetting radio stations (page 31).
When you tune in an FM station that provides RDS services or a DAB/DAB+ station, the service name or station name appears on the display.
To reduce static noise on a weak FM stereo station
Press FM MODE repeatedly until MONO lights up to turn off stereo reception. Tip
For better broadcast reception, try changing the direction or location of the antenna. For example, position the antenna near or outside a window. If the reception does not improve, try connecting an external antenna (not supplied). Keep the antenna away from the power cord to avoid picking up noise.
Presetting radio stations
By presetting radio stations, you can easily reselect them using the corresponding preset number. You can preset up to 20 FM stations and 20 DAB/ DAB+ stations.
Tune in the desired station.
When tuning in a DAB/DAB+ station, it may take a few
seconds before you hear any sound. When tuning in a DAB/DAB+ station, primary service is automatically received when secondary service ends.

Press MEMORY.

The preset number currently being selected flashes.
To View information such as the frequency of the current station Select different stations Do the following: Press DISPLAY repeatedly.

You can operate your iPod/iPhone using the remote and listen to music and other audio content stored on your iPod/iPhone. See iPod/iPhone models compatible with this system (page 71) for iPod/iPhone models that can be connected to this system.
Press iPod to select the iPod & iPhone function.
Do the following: Press X (pause). Press X or N to resume playback. Hold down M/m. You can scroll up or down the iPod/ iPhone menus much like as the Click Wheel operations or the drag up or down operations of the iPod/ iPhone. Press ENTER. You can choose the selected item much like as with the center button or the touch operation of the iPod/ iPhone. Pause playback Scroll up/down the iPod/iPhone menus

Choose the selected item

Find the beginning of Press./>. the previous/next track Find a point in a track or chapter of an audiobook/podcast Hold down m/M during playback, and release the button at the desired point.
Open the panel where it says PULL OPEN, then place the iPod or iPhone in the iPod/iPhone Dock.
Return to the previous Press BACK or iPod menu or reselect a MENU. You can return to menu while playing the previous menu or reselect a menu much like as when using the Menu button or the touch operation of the iPod/ iPhone. Adjust the volume Press VOLUME +/.
To use the system as a battery charger
You can use the system as a battery charger for the iPod/iPhone when the system is on. Charging begins when the iPod/iPhone is placed on the iPod/iPhone connector. The charge status appears on the iPod/iPhone display. For details, see the operating manual supplied with your iPod/ iPhone.
To stop charging the iPod/iPhone
Remove the iPod/iPhone from the iPod/iPhone Dock on the unit. Turning off the system also stops charging the iPod/iPhone. Notes
When placing or removing the iPod/iPhone, handle the
iPod/iPhone at the same angle as that of the iPod/ iPhone connector on the unit; to prevent connector damage, do not twist or sway the iPod/iPhone. Do not carry the unit with an iPod/iPhone set on the connector. Doing so may cause a malfunction. When placing or removing the iPod/iPhone, brace the unit with one hand and take care not to press the controls of the iPod/iPhone by mistake. Before disconnecting the iPod/iPhone, pause playback. Hold down./> to search forward or backward while playing a video if m/M does not function. Because the operation of the system and the iPod/ iPhone are different, you may not operate the iPod/ iPhone using buttons on the remote or unit. In this case, use control buttons on the iPod/iPhone. When the iPhone is connected to the system and you receive a call during playback, playback will pause and you can take the incoming call. To change the volume level, press VOLUME +/ on the remote. The volume level will not change when adjusted on the iPod/iPhone. The iPod/iPhone Dock on the unit is designed for iPod/ iPhone only. You cannot connect any other portable audio players. To use an iPod/iPhone, refer to the operating manual supplied with your iPod/iPhone. Sony cannot accept responsibility in the event that data recorded on the iPod/iPhone is lost or damaged when using an iPod/iPhone with this unit.

Playing a file on a USB device
The audio format that can be played back on this system is MP3*/WMA*/AAC*.
* On this system, files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) copyright protection cannot be played back, and files downloaded from an online music store may not be played back.
Connect the USB device to the (USB) port.
Check the websites below for information about compatible USB devices. For customers in the USA: http://www.esupport.sony.com/ For customers in Canada: [English] http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ [French] http://fr.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ For customers in Europe: http://support.sony-europe.com/ For customers in Asia and Oceania: http://www.sony-asia.com/support
Press N (play) to start playback.
Do the following: Press X (pause). To resume play, press X again. Press x (stop). To resume play, press N (play)*1. To cancel resume play, press x again. Press (folder) +/ repeatedly. Press./>. Press BACK during playback, press M/m to select the desired folder, then press ENTER. Press M/m to select the desired file, then press ENTER. Hold down m/M during playback, and release at the desired point. Press OPTIONS, then press ENTER. Press M/m repeatedly to select the desired memory number, then press ENTER. Press REPEAT repeatedly until REP or REP1 lights up (page 48). While playback is stopped, press PLAY MODE repeatedly until the desired play mode (SHUF, PGM, etc.) lights up (page 48). Pause playback Stop playback
Select a folder Select a file Search a folder and file

Find a point in a file

Select a memory on the USB device*2
Press USB to select the USB function.

To Remove the USB device

Do the following: Hold down x (stop) on the unit until No Device appears, then disconnect the USB device.
You can use the system as a battery charger for USB devices that have a rechargeable function when the system is on. The charging begins when the USB device is connected to the (USB) port. The charge status appears in the USB device display. For details, see the operating manual supplied with your USB device.
*1 When playing a VBR MP3/WMA file, the system may resume playback from a different point. *2 You cannot select a memory during playback. Make sure to select a memory before starting playback.
When USB cable connection is necessary, connect the
USB cable supplied with the USB device to be connected. See the operating manual supplied with the USB device to be connected for details on the operation method. It may take about 10 seconds before Reading appears depending on the type of USB device connected. Do not connect the system and the USB device through a USB hub. When the USB device is connected, the system reads all the files on the USB device. If there are many folders or files on the USB device, it may take a long time to finish reading the USB device. With some connected USB devices, after an operation is performed, there may be a delay before it is performed by this system. Compatibility with all encoding/writing software cannot be guaranteed. If audio files on the USB device were originally encoded with incompatible software, those files may produce noise or interrupted audio, or may not play at all. This system cannot play audio files on the USB device in the following cases: when the number of audio files in a folder exceeds 999. when the total number of audio files on a USB device exceeds 999. when the number of folders on a USB device exceeds 999 (including the ROOT folder and empty folders). These numbers may vary depending on the file and folder structure. Do not save other types of files or unnecessary folders on a USB device that has audio files. The system can play back to a depth of 8 folders only. This system does not necessarily support all the functions provided in a connected USB device. Resume play is canceled when you turn off the system. Folders that have no audio files are skipped. The audio formats that you can listen to with this system are as follows: MP3: file extension.mp3 WMA: file extension.wma AAC: file extension.m4a Note that even when the file name has the correct file extension, if the actual file differs, the system may produce noise or may malfunction.

The [Network and Sharing Center] window appears. Tip
If the desired item does not appear on the display, try to change the display type of the Control Panel.
Select [Choose media streaming options] from [Media streaming].
Select [Public network] under [View your active networks]. If the display shows other than [Public Network], go to step 6.
The [Set Network Location] window appears.
If [Media streaming is not turned on] appears in the [Media streaming options] window, select [Turn on media streaming]. Select [Allow all].
The [Allow All Media Devices] window opens. If all the devices in the local network are set to [Allowed], select [OK] and close the window.
Select [Home network] or [Work network] according to the environment in which the system is used. Follow the instructions that appear on the display according to the environment in which the system is used.
When the settings are completed, confirm that the item under [View your active networks] is changed to [Home network] or [Work network] in the [Network and Sharing Center] window.
Select [Allow all computers and media devices].
Select [OK] to close the window. Refresh the server list.
After you finish setting up Windows Media Player 12, refresh the server list of the system and select this server from the server list. For details on selecting a server, see To refresh the server list (page 40).

Select [Customize].

x When using Windows Vista/XP
This section explains how to set up Windows Media Player 11 installed on Windows Vista/XP*. For details on how to operate Windows Media Player 11, refer to Help for Windows Media Player 11.
* Windows Media Player 11 is not manufacturerinstalled on Windows XP. Access the Microsoft website, download the installer, and then install Windows Media Player 11 on your computer.
Check [Private] and select [Next].
Go to [Start] [All Programs].
Select [Windows Media Player].
Windows Media Player 11 starts up.

Play the desired sound source.
Audio content of all the sound sources (FM, DAB (CMT-MX750Ni only), CD, USB, iPod/iPhone, AUDIO IN, Home Network and Music Service functions) on this system can be streamed.

PARTY host

PARTY guest
Hold down PARTY until START PARTY appears.
The system starts PARTY streaming as a PARTY host.

To close a PARTY

Hold down PARTY until CLOSE PARTY appears. You can enjoy the PARTY STREAMING function with other devices* that have this PARTY STREAMING logo shown below.

Joining a PARTY

The system can join a PARTY that has been started by another device so that you can enjoy the same audio content being played in a different room.
PARTY STREAMING in a wireless LAN environment
With some IEEE802.11n-compatible wireless LAN routers/access points, the wireless LAN transfer speed may slow down when WEP or WPA/WPA2-PSK (TKIP) is selected for the encryption method. If the sound skips during streaming playback using the PARTY STREAMING function, try changing the encryption method to WPA/ WPA2-PSK (AES). This may improve the transfer speed and the streaming playback. Configurations of encryption vary depending on the model; please refer to the operating instructions supplied with your router/access point. You can also obtain support information about wireless LAN settings on the following website. http://www.sony.net/audio/netsettings
While the PARTY host device is having a PARTY, press PARTY.
JOIN PARTY appears, and the system joins the PARTY as a PARTY guest.

To leave a PARTY

Press PARTY. LEAVE PARTY appears, and the system leaves a PARTY. Tip
If Network Standby is set to On, the system turns on and joins the PARTY automatically when the PARTY host device starts the PARTY.
You cannot join a PARTY in the following cases: you have a PARTY on this system. you have already joined another PARTY. If you press PARTY when no PARTY is started, but a
device complying with PARTY STREAMING function is playing, the device will be the PARTY host, and the system will join the PARTY as a PARTY guest. The PARTY guest device function automatically switches to HOME NETWORK when the device joins a PARTY. Even if the PARTY guest device leaves the PARTY, the function remains as HOME NETWORK.

Listening to audio material from an external component
You can listen to the playback audio from an external component (such as a portable music player, etc.) connected to the AUDIO IN jack on the unit. Use an audio connecting cable (not supplied) to connect the AUDIO IN jack on the unit and the audio output jack on the external component. Make sure the audio connecting cable (not supplied) is firmly inserted into both jacks. If not, noise may be generated in the audio output.
Lower the volume on this system using VOLUME
before disconnecting the external component.
The system may enter standby mode automatically if
the volume level of the connected component is too low. Adjust the components volume accordingly. See Turning off the automatic standby function (page 21). Operations
Press VOLUME to turn down the volume on this system.
Connect an external component and the unit using an audio connecting cable (not supplied).

AUDIO IN jack

Press AUDIO IN to select the AUDIO IN function.
Start playback of the connected component, and adjust its volume.
Playback audio is output from the speakers of this system. For details on the operation of the connected component, refer to the operating manual supplied with the connected component.

Playing in various modes

You can listen to tracks in random order (Shuffle Play), in programmed order (Program Play) or one track repeatedly (Repeat Play).

Play modes

Available play modes differ depending on the selected audio source.
*3 When you turn off the system, the selected Shuffle Play mode (SHUF or SHUF) is cleared and the play mode returns to normal play mode. 4 When playing a CD-DA (audio) disc, SHUF * (Folder Shuffle) Play performs the same operation as SHUF (Shuffle) Play. *5 When the CD function is selected, all tracks or files are played repeatedly up to five times.

Play mode indicator

Playing repeatedly
Display item None (Normal) (folder)*1
Description The system plays all tracks or files in sequential order. The system plays all tracks or files in the folder currently selected. The system plays the tracks or files in random order. The system plays the tracks or files in the folder currently selected in random order. The system plays the tracks or files in programed order. For details on creating a program, see Creating your own program (page 49). The system plays all tracks or files repeatedly. The system plays the currently selected track or file repeatedly until you stop playback.
Press REPEAT repeatedly to select the desired Repeat Play mode.
The repeat play mode changes as follows: Normal t REP t REP1 t Normal
SHUF (Shuffle)*2*3 SHUF (Folder Shuffle)*1*3*4

Press N.

Playback starts in the selected play mode.

PGM (Program)*1

Press ENTER to finish entering a keyword.
An item that matches the keyword appears. If the item displayed is not the one you are searching for, press </, to display the previous/next item. Press ALPHABET SEARCH again to return to the keyword input display.
While an item list (artist list, track list, etc.) is displayed, press ALPHABET SEARCH.
The keyword input display appears.
When you find the desired item, press ENTER.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 to narrow down the choices until the desired track appears.

Enter a keyword.

Use the numeric/text buttons to enter a keyword. A keyword can be up to 15 charcters long. For details on entering characters, see Entering characters (page 14).

Playback starts.

Setting functions related to network operations
Press M/m to select the setting item to check, then press ENTER.
The current setting appears. You can check the following settings*.
Connection SSID Security Setting IP Settings IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway DNS Settings Primary DNS Secondary DNS Proxy Settings Proxy Address Port Number MAC Address
* The setting items during setup differ depending on the network environment and connection method.
Checking the network settings
You can check the current status of the network settings.
Setting the network standby mode
While the Network Standby mode is set to On, the system can always be connected and controlled over the network.
Press HOME NETWORK, then press OPTIONS.
Press M/m to select Information, then press ENTER.
Press M/m to select Network Standby, then press ENTER.
Press M/m to select Off or On, then press ENTER.
Display item Off* Description The system consumes less power than when the network standby is set to On, though the system takes more time to resume operations when powered on again. The STANDBY indicator lights up in red. The system is connected to the network even though the power of the system is turned off, and resumes operations when controlled over the network. The STANDBY indicator lights up in amber.
Press M/m to select Allow or Not Allow, then press ENTER.
Display item Allow* Description All the devices on the home network are permitted to access this system. This system can start a PARTY as a host device and join a PARTY as a guest device if requested. The system restricts a new device that is accessing the system. When connecting a new device to the home network, add the device to the device list, and set access permission (page 52).

Not Allow

* Factory setting * Factory setting
Up to 20 devices can be added to the device list. If 20 devices have already been registered, Device Full appears, and a new device cannot be added to the list. In this case, delete unnecessary devices from the lists (page 40).
Setting the auto access permission

The setting display disappears when no operation is performed for 4 seconds.
Generating a more dynamic sound (Dynamic Sound Generator X-tra)
You can reinforce the bass and the treble to create a more powerful sound. This function is factory set to ON.

Press DSGX to select ON.

The DSGX function turns on.
To cancel the DSGX function
Press DSGX to select OFF.

Using the timers

The system offers two timer functions. If you use both timers, the Sleep Timer has priority.

Using the Sleep Timer

You can set the timer so that the system enters standby mode automatically after a certain period of time (Sleep Timer function). This function works even if the clock is not set.

Press SLEEP repeatedly.

After the selected time elapses, the system turns off automatically. If you select AUTO, the system turns off automatically after the current disc or USB device stops, or within 100 minutes.
If you perform the following operations before the Sleep Timer goes off, the Sleep Timer resets. Unplug the power cord. Turn off the system. Reset the system to the factory settings.

Using the Play Timer

You can set the Play Timer to start playing a CD, USB, iPod/iPhone, or to tune in an FM station or DAB/DAB+ station (CMT-MX750Ni only) at a specified time (Play Timer function). Make sure that the time on the clock is set correctly.
The Play Timer setting is erased if you unplug the
power cord from the wall outlet.
If the system is already turned on at the preset time, the
Play Timer will not be activated. Do not operate the system from the time the system turns on until the playback starts. The ending time for the Play Timer cannot be the same as the starting time.
Notes for the iPod/iPhone user
Prepare the sound source.
Select the sound source, and then press VOLUME +/ to adjust the volume. To start from a specific CD track or audio file, create your own program.
Make sure the iPod/iPhone is not playing when using

the Play Timer.

The Play Timer may not be activated depending on the
status of the connected iPod/iPhone.

To check the setting

Press TIMER MENU.
Press TIMER MENU. Press M/m repeatedly to select TIMER SELECT?, then press ENTER. Press M/m repeatedly to select PLAY SELECT?, then press ENTER.
Press M/m repeatedly to select PLAY SET?, then press ENTER.
The setting display for ON TIME appears.

To cancel the timer

Internet Service Provider
A company that offers a connection service to the Internet.
Abbreviation for Windows Media Audio. WMA is the audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation that allows audio files to be compressed to about 1/22 of the data size of a standard compact disc.

IP address

IP addresses usually comprise four groups of up to three digits each, separated by a period (such as 192.168.239.1). All devices on a network must have an IP address.
A program or a server that provides Internet access to computers within a firewall or quicker downloading of web pages.
Abbreviation for Wi-Fi Protected Access. An encryption standard for wireless LAN networks created by the Wi-Fi Alliance to remedy a number of serious security problems in the WEP system. In addition to the network name (SSID) and encryption key (WEP), this protocol uses a user authentication framework called EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol) and a protocol called TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) which automatically updates the encryption code at regular intervals for higher security.
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting)-related terms (CMT-MX750Ni only)

Dynamic label segment

The text data transmitted for each channel or service.

Ensemble label

In DAB, multiple digital radio channels are transmitted using a single radio transmission or frequency. A group of channels sent this way is called an ensemble and ensemble label is the name of such a group.
Abbreviation for Wi-Fi Protected Access 2. An encryption standard for wireless LAN networks. As an upgraded version of WPA created by the Wi-Fi Alliance, this standard uses AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) cryptography to provide stronger security than WPA.

Service label

The name of an individual digital radio channel or service.
Abbreviation for Wi-Fi Protected Setup. A wireless network standard created by the Wi-Fi Alliance allows you to set up a wireless network easily. A push button method and a PIN code method are available.
AAC 72 Access permission 52 Access point 23 Alphabet search 50 Audio format 35, 40 Auto standby 21
Features 9 Fixed IP address 24, 27 FM lead antenna 17 FM tuner 30
Name of the unit Rename 53 Network name 23 Network settings 22 Check 51 Connection method 22 Optional settings 51 Wired 26 Wireless 23 Network standby 51
Home Network function 37 Listening 40 Optional network settings 51 Server setting 37

 

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