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Ver 1.0 2002. 03
CMT-C7NT 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
COMPONENT MODEL NAME
COMPACT DISC DECK RECEIVER SYSTEM SPEAKER SYSTEM HCD-C7NT SA-C7 Abbreviation KR : Korea model.
Part No. Description Remarks ACCESSORIES ************ COMMANDER, CARD (RM-SC7EN) ANTENNA, LOOP ANTENNA (FM) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION PLUG 3P (UK) COVER,BATTERY (FOR RM-SC7EN)
1-477-040-11 1-501-374-11 1-501-594-1-770-019-51 4-236-290-11
4-237-965-32 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (M-crew) (ENGLISH,FRENCH,GERMAN,SPANISH,DUTCH,SWEDISH, ITALIAN,PORTUGUESE,CHINESE) (AEP) 4-237-965-42 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (M-crew) (ENGLISH) (UK,KR) 4-238-431-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (AEP,UK) 4-238-431-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH,SPANISH) (AEP) 4-238-431-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN, DUTCH) (AEP) 4-238-431-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN,SWEDISH) (AEP) 4-238-431-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KOREAN) (KR) 4-240-831-01 CD-ROM (C7NT-EN) 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
Home Audio Company Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
Loading the CD.. 9 Playing the CD Normal Play/Shuffle Play/ Repeat Play.. 9 Programing the CD tracks Program Play.. 11 Using the CD display.. 12 Labeling a CD Disc Memo.. 13
Presetting radio stations.. 42 Listening to the radio Preset Tuning.. 43 Labeling the preset stations Station Name.. 44 Using the Radio Data System (RDS)*. 44
Loading the MD.. 14 Playing the MD Normal Play/Shuffle Play/ Repeat Play.. 14 Programing the MD tracks Program Play.. 16 Playing tracks in a group.. 17 Using the MD display.. 17
Reinforcing the bass sound DBFB... 45 Selecting the Preset Equalizer menu. 45
Falling asleep to music Sleep Timer.. 45 Waking up to music Daily Timer.. 46 Timer recording radio programs.. 47
Before you start recording.. 18 After recording.. 19 Recording a CD on an MD CD-MD Synchro Recording/CD-MD High-Speed Synchro Recording.. 19 Recording on an MD manually Manual Recording. 20 Recording the current track Rec It.. 21 Starting recording with 6 seconds of prestored audio data Time Machine Recording.. 21 Recording tips Recording for long times/Marking track numbers/Smart space/Adjusting the recording level.. 22 Recording CD tracks on an MD as group tracks Group Function. 27
Hooking up the optional components.. 49
Optional Personal Computer
Connecting a personal computer to the system.. 51 Listen to the connected personal computer. 52 About the supplied M-crew for CMT-C7NT. 52 About the supplied OpenMG Jukebox for Sony Net MDs.. 53
Precautions.. 54 System limitations of MDs. 56 Troubleshooting.. 57 Self-diagnosis display.. 60 Specifications... 63 * European models only
Before you start editing. 29 Labeling an MD Name Function.. 29 Labeling a group Name Function.. 31 Registering non-group tracks as group tracks in a newly created group Create Function. 32
The items are arranged in alphabetical order. Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses () for details.
CD SYNC HIGH 8 (19, 60) CD SYNC NORMAL 9 (19) CD Z 2 (10, 60) FUNCTION qs (9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 2124, 26, 3043, 50, 52) MD Z 6 (15, 19, 29, 53) NET MD 7 (53) REC/REC IT 9 (20, 21, 25, 26, 28, 50, 60) Remote sensor 0 TUNING +/ 5 (42) VOL +/ qa (46)
@/1 (power) 1 (7, 19, 29, 43, 46, 48, 53) u 3 (911, 1416, 1921, 26, 28, 51) x 4 (10, 11, 15, 16, 2022, 26, 28, 51). > 5 (10, 11, 13, 1517, 2226, 3041, 4648) m M 5 (10, 15, 36)
qa qs qd qf qg
wh wg wf wd ws wa w;
CD x qh (10, 11) CD X ws (10) CD N wd (9, 11, 21) CLEAR 9 (11, 13, 16, 30, 44) CLOCK/TIMER SELECT 6 (47, 48) CLOCK/TIMER SET 7 (8, 46, 47) CURSOR T/t wh (8, 13, 30) DBFB qf (45) DISPLAY wk (8, 12, 17, 44) ENTER/YES 8 (8, 11, 13, 14, 16, 2126, 2942, 44, 46, 47) FM MODE qj (43) FUNCTION w; (9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 2124, 26, 3043, 50, 52) GROUP ON/OFF wf (17, 27, 28, 3034) GROUP SKIP qs (17, 28, 3133) Letter/Number buttons wj (10, 13, 15, 30, 43) MD x qh (15, 16, 2022, 26, 28, 51) MD X ws (15, 26) MD N wg (14, 16, 17, 19, 20) MENU/NO q; (13, 14, 2226, 29, 3142) NAME EDIT/SELECT 3 (13, 2931, 44) PLAY MODE qk (9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 29, 40, 41) PRESET EQ qg (45) REPEAT qj (10, 15) SCROLL 5 (12, 14, 18, 31) SLEEP 1 (45) TIME 2 (8, 11, 12, 16, 17) TUNER BAND wa (42, 43) TUNING MODE qk (42, 43) TUNING +/ ql (42, 43) VOL +/ qd (46)
Press MD Z.
Programing the MD tracks
You can make a program of up to 25 tracks on an MD in any order that you want.
6 Press u (or MD N on the remote).
Press. or > repeatedly during Program Play. Press TIME on the remote in stop mode. The total number of programed steps appears, and then the last programed track number and the total playing time of the program. Press x, and then press PLAY MODE on the remote repeatedly until PROGRAM and SHUF disappear from the display. Do steps 3 and 4 with Program Play stopped. Press CLEAR on the remote in stop mode. Each time you press the button, the last programed track is erased. Press number buttons instead of performing steps 3 to 5. For details on using number buttons, see page 15.
The program you made remains after Program Play finishes. To play the same program again, switch the function to MD, and press u (or MD N on the remote). ---.-- appears when the total MD program time exceeds 1000 minutes.
Last programed Total playing time track number
Playing tracks in a group
You can select and play tracks in a group. For more details on the Group function, see page 27.
Using the MD display
The display changes as follows: Elapsed playing time on the current track t Remaining time on the current track t Remaining time on the current MD t Elapsed playing time on the current track t
2 Press GROUP ON/OFF on the remote in
GROUP lights up.
3 Press GROUP SKIP on the remote
repeatedly to select the group that contains the tracks you want to listen to.
Press TIME on the remote repeatedly in stop mode.
repeatedly to select the track within the group that you want to listen to.
The display changes as follows: Total number of tracks and total playing time t Remaining recordable time on the MD*1 t Total number of tracks and total playing time t
*1 In the case of a recordable MD only. The remaining recordable time on the MD varies according to the recording mode.
If you start playback from the first track in the group, skip this step.
5 Press MD N on the remote.
Play starts and automatically stops at the end of the last track in the group.
Shuffle Play, Repeat Play, and Program Play also function within groups.
Using the MD display (continued)
Before you start recording
The display changes as follows:
During normal play
Clock*2 t Preset Equalizer name*2 t Volume*2 t Playing time of the MD*3 t Track title*4 t Clock*2 t
In stop mode
MDs (Mini Disc) let you digitally record and play music with high quality sound. Another feature of MDs is track marking. The track marking feature lets you quickly locate a specific point or easily edit the recorded tracks. However, depending on the source you record, the recording method and the way the track numbers are recorded differ.
When the source you record from is: This systems CD player
Clock* t Preset Equalizer name* t Volume*2 t Total number of tracks and total playing time or remaining recordable time of the MD (only for the recordable MD)*5 t Disc title*6 t Clock*2 t
The MD deck performs digital recording.*1 Track numbers are automatically marked as on the original CD. However, track numbers may not be marked for some tracks (see page 56).
Other digital components connected to the DIGITAL OPTICAL IN jack
*2 After 8 seconds, the playing time of the MD appears. *3 During normal play: The track number and elapsed playing time of the track, track number and the remaining playing time of the track, or remaining time of the MD is displayed. While the group function is activated: The track number and elapsed playing time of the track, track number and the remaining playing time of the track, or remaining time of the group is displayed. *4 If the track has no title, the track title is skipped. *5 While the group function is activated, the total number of the groups (when a group is not selected) or total number of the tracks in the group and total playing time of the group (when a group is selected). *6 If the MD has no title, the disc title is skipped. While the group function is activated, group title is displayed.
The MD deck performs digital recording.*1 Track numbers are marked differently depending on the source you record.
This systems tuner and other components connected to the TAPE IN jack
The MD deck performs analog recording. A track number is marked at the beginning of a recording, but when you turn on the Level-Synchro Recording function (see page 24), track numbers are automatically marked in sync with the level of the input signal.
*1 For details on the limitations of digital recording, see page 56.
To label a disc title or track titles to an MD, see Labeling an MD on page 29. To label a group title, see Labeling a group on page 31.
The new group is added after any existing groups with tracks registered into them. Up to 99 groups can be registered on a single MD. If Group Full appears while recording, track numbers are not marked.
Before you start editing
You can edit an MD only when: The MD is recordable. The MD play mode is normal play. Check the following, before editing.
MD editing is completed when the MD Table of Contents (TOC) is updated. The TOC is updated when you eject the MD or press ?/1 to turn off the system. Do not pull out the power cord before updating the TOC (while TOC is lit) or while updating the TOC (while TOC is flashing) to ensure a complete editing.
1 Check the tab of the MD to be edited.
If the MD is record protected, C11 and Protected appear alternately and the MD cannot be edited. Slide the tab to close the slot.
Labeling an MD
You can create titles for your recorded MDs and tracks as follows.
stop mode repeatedly until both PROGRAM and SHUF disappear.
You can edit the MD only in normal play mode. You cannot edit the MD in Shuffle or Program Play.
To cancel the last edit (page 39)
If TEXT lights up or flashes during recording, you can record the CD TEXT information onto the MD as follows: Automatically during recording When TEXT is lit, the CD TEXT information is automatically recorded. Manually during recording When TEXT flashes, press NAME EDIT/ SELECT on the remote, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote to record the title of the current track.
Use Undo Function to cancel the last edit and restore the contents of the MD to the condition before the edit.
To quit while editing
Press MD Z to remove the MD or press ?/1 (power) to turn off the system. TOC starts flashing. The TOC is updated and editing is completed.
Depending on the disc, the CD TEXT information may not be recorded automatically.
Labeling an MD (continued)
Use the Name function on this page. You can enter a total of approximately 1,700 characters for the disc title, track titles and group titles on a single MD. Do the procedure below with the Group function on. To label a group, see Labeling a group on page 31. Be sure to press GROUP ON/OFF so that the Group function is on before you label an MD recorded with the Group function so as not to overwrite the group information on the MD. For details, see page 27.
To enter a blank space 1 Press NAME EDIT/SELECT on the remote to select upper case or lower case letters. 2 Press 10/0 on the remote.
To label a track, press. or > repeatedly until the desired track number appears.
6 Repeat step 5 until point A is played
7 Press ENTER/YES on the remote if
point A is correct.
Point B set appears and play for setting the ending point of the portion to be erased (point B) starts.
8 Continue play until the deck reaches
point B, then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
3 Press. or > repeatedly until
Move? appears, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
A-B Ers and Point B ok? appear alternately and the deck repeats a portion of the few seconds before point A and after point B successively.
desired track number to move appears, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
9 Press. or > repeatedly to find
The procedure is the same as step 5.
10 Press ENTER/YES on the remote if
point B is correct.
5 Press. or > repeatedly until the
new track position appears.
Dividing recorded tracks
You can use this function to mark track numbers after recording. The total number of tracks increases by one and all the tracks following the divided ones are renumbered. Example: Dividing track 2 into two tracks.
Track number 1 Original A tracks 3
Original track number
New track position
If you move a non-group track between two group tracks, the moved track will be registered to the group as a group track. (The reverse is also true, as the status of the moved track is determined by the track that precedes it.).
Divide track 2 into track B and C 4
Divide? appears, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
track number of the track you want to divide appears. Then, while listening to rehearsal play, press ENTER/YES on the remote at the point where you want to divide the track.
Rehearsal appears and the portion to be divided is played repeatedly.
Dividing recorded tracks (continued)
or > repeatedly to adjust the point to be divided.
Combining recorded tracks
You can use this function to combine 2 tracks into a single track. The total number of tracks decreases by one and all tracks following the combined ones are renumbered. You can also use this function to erase unnecessary track numbers. Example: Combining track 3 to track 1.
Track number Original tracks
You can shift the point by 1/86 second (1 frame) intervals*. To shift the point by second or minute intervals, press m or M so that second or minute flashes, then press. or >.
* You can shift the dividing point by 2-frame intervals (in Monaural mode and LP2 Stereo mode) or by 4-frame intervals (in LP4 Stereo mode).
If you divide a labeled track (see page 37) into two tracks, only the first track retains the track title.
Example: Combining track 1 to track 4.
The recording level can be adjusted from 12 dB to +12 dB in 2 dB increments. Adjust the recording level so as not to light up OVER at the strongest sound.
8 Press ENTER/YES on the remote.
S.F Edit OK? appears.
9 Press ENTER/YES on the remote.
S.F Edit: **% appears while the track is being recorded. An amount of time that is roughly equal to or longer than the playing time of the track is required when recording over the track. When the recording finishes, Complete! appears for a few seconds.
To cancel the operation
Changing the overall recording level of a track
2 Press PLAY MODE on the remote
repeatedly until both PROGRAM and SHUF disappear.
Press MENU/NO on the remote during steps 4 through 8. If you press ENTER/YES on the remote in step 9 and start recording, you cannot interrupt the operation.
4 Press. or > repeatedly until S.F
Edit? appears in the display, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
5 Press. or > repeatedly until Tr
Level? appears in the display, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
Fade-in and Fade-out Recording
Press MENU/NO on the remote during steps 4 through 8. After recording starts in step 9, you cannot interrupt the operation.
Fade In? or Fade Out? appears in the display, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
Do not disconnect the power cord or move the system while recording is in progress. This may damage the recording data, preventing recording from being performed properly. Do not use an MD that is damaged or dirty, this may prevent data from being recorded properly. Repeatedly changing the recording level results in poor sound quality. The recording level will not return to the exact original level once the recording level has been changed even if it is returned to the original level. While the timer is activated, you cannot change the recording level. You cannot undo the S.F Edit Function even if you use the Undo Function.
the track number you want to Fade-in or Fade-out, and then press ENTER/ YES on the remote.
Time 5.0s appears.
or > repeatedly to change the Fadein, or Fade-out recording time.
The system plays the portion that will be recorded over using the Fade-in or Fade-out Recording. You can set the time at any value between 1.0 second and 15.0 seconds in 0.1-second increments. You cannot set the time longer than the track.
select the desired station.
The preset number and the frequency (or station name*1 or RDS station name*2) appear.
*1 The station name appears only if you have labeled the station (see page 44). *2 European model only
If there is static during an FM broadcast, press FM MODE on the remote repeatedly until MONO appears in the display. The broadcast will no longer be in stereo, but the reception will improve. To improve the reception, adjust the supplied antennas or connect an external antenna.
To turn off the radio
To enter preset number over 10 (on the remote only)
To enter preset number 20, press >10, then 2 and 10/0.
Labeling the preset stations
You can label each preset station with up to 10 characters (Station Name).
Using the Radio Data System (RDS)
(European model only) What is the Radio Data System?
1 Tune in the desired station you want to
label (see page 43).
Radio Data System (RDS)*1 is a broadcasting service that allows radio stations to send additional information along with the regular program signal.
2 Follow the same procedures as from
step 2 to 6 on Labeling a CD (see page 13).
Checking the station name
Press DISPLAY on the remote repeatedly.
The display changes as follows: Station name*1 t Frequency*2 t Clock*2 t Preset Equalizer name*2 t Volume*2 t Station name*1 t.
*1 The station name is skipped if the station is unlabeled. *2 After appearing for 8 seconds, the display will revert back to the station name (or to the frequency if the station is unlabeled).
RDS may not work properly if the station you have tuned in is not transmitting the RDS signal properly or if the signal is weak. *1 Not all FM stations provide RDS service, nor do they all provide the same type of services. If you are not familiar with the RDS system, check with your local radio stations for details on RDS services in your area.
Receiving RDS broadcasts
Simply select a station from the FM band.
When you tune in a station that provides RDS services, the station name appears in the display.
To check the RDS information
To erase the station name
1 Tune in the station. 2 Press NAME EDIT/SELECT on the remote. 3 Press CLEAR on the remote repeatedly to
erase the name.
Each time you press DISPLAY on the remote, the display changes as follows: Station name*2 t Frequency t Clock t Preset Equalizer name t Volume t Station name*2 t
*2 If the RDS broadcast is not properly received, the station name may not appear in the display.
Reinforcing the bass sound
Press DBFB* on the remote.
Falling asleep to music
The Sleep Timer Function lets you specify a sleep time, after which the system stops playing and turns off automatically. You can thus fall asleep to music.
Press SLEEP on the remote repeatedly.
DBFB appears in the display. Press again to cancel DBFB.
* DBFB: Dynamic Bass Feedback
The sleep time changes as follows: AUTO* t 90min t 80min t 70min t t 10min t SLEEP OFF t AUTO* t
* The system turns off after the current CD or MD finishes playing (up to 4 hours). The system also turns off when you manually stop the CD or MD.
DBFB is factory set to on.
Selecting the Preset Equalizer menu
The Preset Equalizer enables you to select the sound characteristic among 5 sound effects according to the type of music you are listening to.
Press PRESET EQ on the remote repeatedly.
Check the remaining sleep time Change the sleep time
SLEEP on the remote once. SLEEP on the remote repeatedly until the time you want appears. SLEEP on the remote repeatedly until SLEEP OFF appears.
Cancel the Sleep Timer Function
The display changes as follows: ROCK t POP t JAZZ t CLASSIC t DANCE t FLAT t ROCK t
To cancel the Preset Equalizer
Do not set to AUTO during Synchro Recording on an MD.
Press PRESET EQ on the remote repeatedly until FLAT appears.
The Preset Equalizer menu is factory-set to ROCK. The Preset Equalizer effect is not recorded on an MD or tape.
Waking up to music
By setting the Daily Timer, you can make the system automatically turn on and off at specified times. To use this function, make sure that you have set the system clock correctly (see Setting the time on page 8).
7 Press. or > on the remote
repeatedly until the music source you want appears.
t TUNER y MD PLAY T t CD PLAY T
The starting time, the stopping time, the music source, and the volume appear in turn, then the original display returns.
1 Prepare the music source you want to
listen to when the system turns on.
CD: Load a CD. To start playing from a specific track, make a program (see Programing the CD tracks on page 11). MD: Load an MD. To start from a specific track, make a program (see Programing the MD tracks on page 16). Radio: Tune in the preset radio station that you want (see Listening to the radio on page 43).
9 Press @/1 to turn off the system.
2 Press VOL + or to adjust the volume. 3 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET on the
repeatedly until DAILY SET? appears, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
5 Set the starting time.
Press or + (. or >) on the remote repeatedly to set the hour, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote. The minute indication begins flashing next. Press or + (. or >) on the remote repeatedly to set the minute, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote. The hour indication flashes again.
6 Set the stopping time by repeating step
Check the settings/ activate the timer
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and press. or > on the remote repeatedly until DAILY SELECT? appears in the display, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote. Start over from step 1. Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and press. or > on the remote repeatedly until TIMER OFF? appears in the display, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
Timer recording radio programs
Before recording with the timer, make sure that you have set the system clock correctly (see Setting the time on page 8) and preset the radio station (see Presetting radio stations on page 42).
Change the setting Turn off the timer
1 Tune in the desired preset radio station
(see Listening to the radio on page 43).
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET on the
repeatedly until REC SET? appears in the display, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
The system will turn on 30 seconds before the specified starting time. Do not operate the system from the time the system turns on until the daily timer starts. Otherwise the timer will not be activated correctly. You cannot use the optional component connected to TAPE IN jack or DIGITAL OPTICAL IN jack as the sound source for Daily Timer.
repeatedly to select one of REC 1 to REC 3, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
repeatedly until ONCE?, DAILY? or WEEKLY? appears.
If you select ONCE?, the recording timer activates only once. If you select DAILY?, the timer activates at the same time every day. If you select WEEKLY?, the timer activates at the same time on the set day of every week.
If you select ONCE? or WEEKLY?, the day indication starts flashing. If you select DAILY?, the hour indication starts flashing.
Timer recording radio programs (continued)
Check the settings
remote repeatedly to select the desired day.
Select the timer number (REC 1 to 3) in step 2 of Activate/ Cancel the timer, then press ENTER/YES on the remote. The last setting appears. 1 Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote, then press. or > on the remote repeatedly until REC SELECT? appears and press ENTER/YES on the remote. 2 Press m or M on the remote repeatedly to select the timer number (REC 1 to 3), then press. or > on the remote repeatedly to select the timer number (set) or (cancel) and press ENTER/YES on the remote. If you have not set the recording timer,. appears instead of the timer number or. Start over from step 1.
If you select DAILY? in step 5, proceed to step 9.
Activate/Cancel the timer
9 Set the starting time.
Press or + (. or >) on the remote repeatedly to set the hour, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote. The minute indication begins flashing next. Press or + (. or >) on the remote repeatedly to set the minute, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote. The day indication or the hour indication flashes again.
10 Set the stopping time by repeating
steps 7 to 9.
Change the setting
11 Select the recording mode (e.g., LP2)
by pressing. or > on the remote, and then press ENTER/YES on the remote.
The timer recording settings appear, then the original display returns.
12 Load a recordable MD. 13 Press @/1 to turn off the system.
When you record from the radio, the station name (see page 44, or frequency when the station is not labeled), the start time and the stop time are automatically recorded on the MD.
Hooking up the optional components
You can connect a variety of components to your system in order to enhance it. When you connect the system to a personal computer, see page 51.
To the headphones To the digital optical To the audio input output jack of a digital component*2 of a tape deck*1
The system will turn on 30 seconds before the specified starting time. Do not operate the system from the time the system turns on until the recording starts. Otherwise the timer will not be activated correctly. When you record on a brand-new MD, the first 15 seconds are not recorded. The volume is reduced to minimum during recording. If you made a timer recording with group function, the radio programs are recorded into a new group if you did not specify a destination group.
To the audio output of a tape deck*1
*1 Use an audio cord (stereo miniplug y phono plugs) (not supplied) or a plug adapter (stereo miniplug y phono jacks) (not supplied). *2 Use a digital optical connecting cable (square connector) (not supplied).
Hooking up the optional components (continued)
To Do This
Listen to the connected digital component
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until OPTICAL IN appears in the display.
Record from a Press FUNCTION repeatedly connected digital until OPTICAL IN appears component to an MD in the display. Load a recordable MD, and then start playing the digital component. Press REC/REC IT to place the unit into recording standby, and then press u at the point where you want to start recording. To stop recording, press x. Record from a connected digital component to a tape deck. Listen to the connected tape deck While listening to the digital component, start recording on the tape deck. Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TAPE appears in the display.
You can adjust the recording level after pressing REC/REC IT (see page 26). You can record from a connected component with the Smart Space function, Auto Cut function (see page 25), and Time Machine recording function (see page 21) operating. Thanks to the built-in sampling rate converter, you can make a digital-to-digital recording to an MD from a connected digital component with a sampling frequency of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 48 kHz.
Be sure to insert the plugs firmly, pushing them in all the way. No sound will be produced if the plugs are not inserted securely.
Record from the tape Press FUNCTION repeatedly deck to an MD until TAPE appears in the display. Load a recordable MD, and then start playing the tape on the tape deck. Press REC/REC IT to place the unit into recording standby, and then press u at the point where you want to start recording. To stop recording, press x. Listen with headphones. Connect headphones (optional) to the PHONES jack.
Sound comes from one channel, or unbalanced left and right volume.
Connect the speaker cords properly (see page 6). Place the speakers as symmetrically as possible. Connect the supplied speakers.
There is severe hum or noise.
Move the system away from the source of noise. Connect the system to a different wall outlet. Install a noise filter (commercially available) to the power line.
: appears in the display.
Set the clock again (see page 8).
The timer cannot be set.
The sound skips.
The timer does not function.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and light up cDAILY or cREC in the display (see pages 47 and 48). Check the set contents and set the correct time (see page 8 or 46 to 49). Cancel the Sleep Timer function (see page 45). You cannot activate Daily Timer and recording timer at the same time. After you have set the timer, make sure to press `/1 to turn off the system. The system is on about 30 seconds before the preset time.
The remote does not function.
Wipe the CD clean (see page 55). Replace the CD. Try moving the system to a place without vibration (e.g., on top of a stable stand). Try moving the speakers away from the system, or placing them on separate stands. When you listen to a track with bass sounds at high volume, the speaker vibration may cause the sound to skip.
Play does not start from the first track.
Press PLAY MODE on the remote repeatedly until PROGRAM or SHUF disappears to return to normal play.
Remove the obstacle. Move the remote closer to the system. Point the remote at the systems sensor. Replace the CR2025 battery. Locate the system away from the fluorescent light.
Press and hold m or press. to return to the desired playing position.
An MD cannot be loaded.
Load the MD with the arrow side up and the arrow pointing toward the deck.
The CD does not eject.
The controls do not work.
Replace the MD with a new one. Retry the operations after TOC turns off.
Play does not start.
Press and hold CD Z. Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Load a CD. Wipe the CD clean (see page 55). Replace the CD. The CD is loaded with the label side down. Load the CD correctly. Remove the CD and wipe away the moisture on the CD, then leave the system turned on for a few hours until the moisture evaporates. Press NX to start play.
Replace the MD. Insert the MD and leave the system turned on for a few hours until the moisture evaporates. Press NX to start play. You cannot use the Group function when there are no group tracks. Press GROUP ON/OFF to turn off GROUP.
There is severe hum or noise (TUNED or STEREO flashes).
Replace the MD. Try moving the system to a place without vibration (e.g., on top of a stable stand). Try moving the speakers away from the system, or placing them on separate stands. When you listen to a track with bass sounds at high volume, the speaker vibration may cause the sound to skip. Load the disc and wait for 10 to 20 minutes with the system turned on.
MD deck section
System Laser MiniDisc digital audio system Semiconductor laser (=780 nm) Emission duration: continuous 44.1 kHz 5 Hz 20 kHz Mass Supplied accessories
Sampling frequency Frequency response
FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner
FM tuner section
Tuning range Antenna Antenna terminals Intermediate frequency
AM tuner section
87.5 108.0 MHz (50-kHz step) FM wire antenna 75 ohm unbalanced 10.7 MHz
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Tuning range European model: Other models:
Antenna Intermediate frequency
531 1,602 kHz (with the tuning interval set at 9 kHz) 530 1,710 kHz (with the tuning interval set at 10 kHz) 531 1,602 kHz (with the tuning interval set at 9 kHz) AM loop antenna, external antenna terminal 450 kHz
Speaker system Speaker units Two-way, bass reflex system 9 cm dia., cone type woofer 2.0 cm dia., soft dome type tweeter 6 ohms Approx. 220 mm Approx. 1.9 kg net per speaker
Rated impedance Dimensions (w/h/d) Mass
Printed in China
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