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3-045-458-21 (1)

Portable CD Player

Operating Instructions

About the area code The area code of the location in which you purchased the CD player is shown on upper left of the bar code label on the package. For accessories supplied with your CD player, check the area code of your model and see Accessories (supplied/optional).

D-E990 D-EJ915

1999 Sony Corporation

WARNING

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
CAUTION The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. Owners Record The model number is located at the rear and the serial number is located inside the lid of the CD player. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. ___________________ Serial No. ___________________ Certain countries may regulate disposal of the battery used to power this product. Please consult with your local authority.
For the customers in the USA and Canada DISPOSAL OF NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY. NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY. DISPOSE OF PROPERLY.
You can return your unwanted nickel metal hydride batteries to your nearest Sony Service Center or Factory Service Center. Note: In some areas the disposal of nickel metal hydride batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited. For the Sony Service Center nearest you call 1-800222-SONY (United States only) For the Sony Factory Service Center nearest you call 416-499-SONY (Canada only) Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking nickel metal hydride battery.

INFORMATION

Listening for many hours at maximum volume may damage your hearing.
For the customers in the USA
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
For the customers in Australia
The supply cord of the AC power adaptor cannot be replaced; if the cord is damaged, the AC power adaptor should be discarded.
For the customers in Europe
The CE mark on the CD player is valid only for products marketed in the European Union.

Table of Contents

Getting started
Locating the Controls.. 4
Connecting a power source
Using the rechargeable batteries. 17 Using dry batteries.. 18 Notes on the power source. 19 Using the carrying case.. 20

Playing a CD

1. Connect your CD player.. 6 2. Insert a CD.. 6 3. Play a CD.. 7

Additional information

Precautions.. 21 Maintenance... 21 Troubleshooting... 22 Specifications.. 24 Accessories (supplied/optional). 25

Playback options

Playing tracks repeatedly (Repeat play). 10 Playing a single track (Single play). 10 Playing tracks in random order (Shuffle play)... 10 Playing tracks in your favorite order (PGM play).. 11

Available features

G-PROTECTION function. 12 Checking the remaining time on the CD and the number of tracks left.. 12 Emphasizing the bass sound (SOUND). 13 Protecting your hearing (AVLS). 13 Locking the controls (HOLD). 14 Turning off the operation beep sound. 14

Connecting your CD player
Connecting a stereo system.. 15 Using your CD player in a car. 16

Locating the Controls

For details, see pages in parentheses.

CD player (front)

1 EXT BATT (external battery)/ DC IN 4.5 V (external power input) jack (pages 6, 17, 18) 2 LINE OUT (OPTICAL) jack (page 15) 3 HOLD switch (page 14) 8./> (AMS/search) buttons (pages 7, 10, 11) 9 i/REMOTE jack (page 6) 7 AVLS switch (rear) (page 13)
4 VOLUME +/ buttons (page 7)
5 OPEN switch (pages 6) 6 CHG (charge)/ HOLD lamp (pages 14, 17)
q; u (play/pause) button (page 7, 11) qa x (stop) /CHG (charge) button (pages 7, 14, 17)

CD player (inside)

qs Battery compartment (pages 17)

Remote control

(Front)

qd HOLD switch (page 14)

qh Display (pages 8, 10 - 14)
qf x (stop) button (pages 7, 14) qg Jog lever u: play/pause (pages 7,11)./>: AMS/search (pages 7, 10, 11)
qj LIGHT button Press to illuminate the display on the remote control for about 5 seconds when using the player on the rechargeable batteries or alkaline batteries. qk VOLUME +/ tab (page 7)
(Rear) ql P (play) MODE button (pages 9 - 11) ws SOUND button (page 13) wd DISPLAY button (page 12)
w; RPT (repeat)/ENT (enter) button (pages 9 - 11)
wa Clip You can turn and change the angle of the clip.
Use only the supplied remote control. You cannot operate this CD player with the remote control supplied with other CD players.
You can also use rechargeable batteries, dry batteries and a car battery as a power source.
1. Connect your CD player.
1 Connect the AC power adaptor. 2 Connect the headphones/earphones with remote control.
For models supplied with the AC plug adaptor
If the AC power adaptor does not fit the AC outlet, use the AC plug adaptor.
to an AC outlet AC power adaptor
For models supplied with the remote control.
Connect the plug of the headphones/ earphones to the remote control. Connect the headphones/earphones to the remote control firmly. A loose connection may cause noise during playback.

to EXT BATT/DC IN 4.5V

to i/ REMOTE Headphones or Earphones

u button

2. Insert a CD.
1 Slide OPEN to open the CD player lid. 2 Place the CD on the tray and close the lid.

Label side up OPEN switch

3. Play a CD.

Press u. Press the jog lever toward u.
Adjust the volume by pressing VOLUME + or.
Adjust the volume by sliding VOLUME.

Using the remote control

The lever marked with.-u-> is the jog lever. Press or slide the lever to operate your CD player.
Slide Press To Play/Pause Stop Find the beginning of the current track (AMS*1) Find the beginning of the previous tracks (AMS) Find the beginning of the next track (AMS) Find the beginning of the succeeding tracks (AMS) Go backwards quickly Go forward quickly Do this Press the jog lever toward u. Press x/CHG.*2 Slide the jog lever toward. once.*2 Slide the jog lever toward. repeatedly.*2 Slide the jog lever toward > once.*2 Slide the jog lever toward > repeatedly.*2 Slide and hold the jog lever toward.*2 Slide and hold the jog lever toward >.*2 Slide
*1 Automatic Music Sensor *2 These operations can be done during both play and pause.

(Continued)

About the display
When you press u after changing the CD or turning off and on the player, the total number of tracks in the CD and total playing time appear for about two seconds. During play, the track number and the elapsed playing time of the current track appear. Between tracks, the time to the beginning of the next track appears with the indication. During pause, the elapsed playing time flashes.
If the volume level does not increase
Is AVLS set to LIMIT? Set AVLS to NORM. For details, see Protecting your hearing (AVLS).
Playback starts from the point you stopped
Your CD player can recall the playback point where you stopped and then resume playing from the same place (resume function). There is no ON/OFF switch of the resume function on this CD player.

Removing the CD

Remove the CD while pressing the pivot in the center of the tray.
You can enjoy various ways of playback using the P (play) MODE button and the RPT (repeat)/ ENT (enter) button.

P (play) MODE button

Each time you press the button, you can change the playback mode.
No indication (Normal play) 1 (Play a single track) Playback options

RPT/ENT button

SHUF (Play tracks in random order) PGM (Play tracks in your favorite order)
RPT (repeat) You can repeat play that is selected using PLAY MODE. ENT (enter) You can select tracks for PGM play mode.
x button Jog lever (u,./>)
Playing tracks repeatedly
During playback, press RPT/ENT.

(Repeat play)

You can play tracks repeatedly in normal, single, shuffle and PGM play modes.
Note on./> During Repeat play, you can locate the first track after the last track by sliding the jog lever toward > repeatedly. You can also locate the last track after first track by sliding the jog lever toward. repeatedly.

Playing a single track

During playback, press P MODE repeatedly until 1 appears.

(Single play)

Playing tracks in random order
During playback, press P MODE repeatedly until SHUF appears.

(Shuffle play)

Playing tracks in your favorite order

(PGM play)

You can program the CD player to play up to 64 tracks in your favorite order.
During playback, press P MODE repeatedly until PGM appears.
Slide the jog lever toward. or > to select a track.
Track number Playback options

Playing order

Press RPT/ENT to enter the selected track. 00 appears and the playing order increases by one.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to select the tracks in your favorite order. Press the jog lever toward u to start the PGM play.

To check the program

During programming: Press RPT/ENT repeatedly before step 5. During the PGM play: Press P MODE repeatedly until PGM flashes, then press RPT/ENT. Each time you press RPT/ENT, the track number appears.
When you finish entering the 64th track in step 3, the first selected track appears in the display. If you select more than 64 tracks, the first selected tracks are erased.

B Available features

G-PROTECTION function
The G-PROTECTION function has been developed to provide excellent protection against sound skipping while jogging. This function provides a higher level of shock protection than the traditional one. While jogging, be sure to hold your CD player with the OPEN switch facing upward. There is no ON/OFF switch of the G-PROTECTION function on this CD player and its remote control.
Sound may skip if: the CD player receives stronger continuous shock than expected or a dirty or scratched CD is played. If you connect the connecting cord or the digital connecting cord to the LINE OUT(OPTICAL) jack, the G-PROTECTION function does not work.
Checking the remaining time on the CD and the number of tracks left
You can check the remaining time on the CD and the number of tracks left using DISPLAY.

Press DISPLAY. Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows.

Display

Normal play
Track number and elapsed playing time
Press DISPLAY Track number and once. remaining time on the

current track

Press DISPLAY The number of tracks left* twice. and remaining time on the
* Not displayed during Single play, Shuffle play or PGM play.
Emphasizing the bass sound (SOUND)
You can emphasize the bass-boosted sound. Press SOUND to select BASS BASS.
No indication (Normal play) BASS BASS

Protecting your hearing

(AVLS) The AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) function keeps down the maximum volume to protect your hearing. Set AVLS to LIMIT.
The selected sound mode is displayed.
Flashes when the volume is turned up and beyond a certain level.
BASS enhances the bass sound more than BASS.
If the sound is distorted when using the SOUND function, turn down the volume.
To turn off the AVLS function Set AVLS to NORM.

Locking the controls

(HOLD) You can lock the controls on your CD player to prevent accidental button presses. Slide HOLD in the direction of the arrow.

CD player Remote control

Turning off the operation beep sound
You can turn off the beep sound that is heard from your headphones/earphones when you operate your CD player.
Remove the power source (AC power adaptor, rechargeable batteries or dry batteries) from the CD player. Connect the power source while pressing x/CHG.
To turn on the beep sound Remove the power source and then connect the power source without pressing x/CHG.
CHG/HOLD lamp flashes while the HOLD function is working. Displayed when the HOLD function is working.
You can use the HOLD function with both the CD player and remote control. You can still operate your CD player using the remote control when HOLD on the remote control is set to off. To unlock the controls Slide HOLD in the opposite direction of the arrow.
B Connecting your CD player
Connecting a stereo system
You can listen to CDs through a stereo system and record CDs on a cassette tape and a MiniDisc. For details, see the instruction manual that comes with the connected device. Be sure to turn off all connected devices before making connections.

Before you play a CD, turn down the volume of the connected device to avoid damaging the connected speakers. Use the AC power adaptor for recording. If you use the rechargeable batteries or dry batteries as a power source, batteries may become completely depleted during recording. Adjust the volume properly on the connected device so that the sound will not be distorted.
When using the connecting cord You cannot adjust the volume of the headphones/earphones on the CD player or the remote control. If the sound is distorted, connect the device to the i/REMOTE jack. When using the optical digital connecting cord To record a CD on a MiniDisc, DAT, etc., make sure that the CD player is in pause before operating the recording procedures.

to LINE OUT (OPTICAL)

Optical digital connecting cord
Connecting cord Left (white) Right (red)
About the G-PROTECTION and SOUND functions when using the connecting cord or optical digital connecting cord See the following table for valid functions according to the types of connecting cord:
Connecting cord Optical digital connecting cord G-PROTECTION No No SOUND No Yes*
MiniDisc recorder, DAT deck, etc.
Stereo system, cassette recorder, radio cassette recorder, etc.
* Functions only on the output sound from the i/REMOTE jack; does not function on the output sound from the LINE OUT (OPTICAL) jack.
Using your CD player in a car
You can use your CD player in a car by connecting it to the car cassette deck. You cannot use the car mount plate for this CD player. When you use your CD player in a car, install it securely in a location that does not interfere with your driving. Optional car accessory needed To connect your CD player to a car cassette deck, you need the following car accessories in Accessories (supplied/optional): Car battery cord, and Car connecting pack* For details, see the instruction manuals that come with the optional accessories.
* Noise may be heard if you use an optional connecting cord. It is recommended that you use a Sony car connecting pack to reduce noise.
Switched ignition function (when using the car battery cord) With this feature, your CD player stops automatically when you turn off the car engine (turn off the ignition key) even if the batteries are inserted in the CD player. This function is invalid depending on the car models.

Use only the car battery cord listed in Accessories (supplied/optional). If you use any other car battery cord, a heat, smoke or malfunction may occur.
B Connecting a power source
You can use the following power sources: Rechargeable batteries AC power adaptor (see Playing a CD) LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries (battery case) For the battery life and charging time of the rechargeable batteries, see Specifications.
Connect the AC power adaptor to the EXT BATT/DC IN 4.5 V jack of your CD player and an AC outlet, then press x/CHG to start charging. If the AC power adaptor does not fit the AC outlet, use the AC plug adaptor.
x/CHG button CHG/HOLD lamp
Using the rechargeable batteries
Charge the rechargeable batteries before using them for the first time. You can use only the following rechargeable batteries for your CD player. NH-14WM
Open the battery compartment lid inside your CD player.

to EXT BATT/ DC IN 4.5 V

AC power adaptor Connecting a power source to an AC outlet
Insert two rechargeable batteries by matching the 3 to the diagram in the battery compartment and close the lid.
Put the end of the ribbon inside.
The CD player charges the batteries. The indicator sections of in the display of the remote control light up in succession and the CHG/HOLD lamp lights up. When the batteries are completely charged, all indications in the display disappear and the CHG/HOLD lamp goes off. If you press x/CHG after the charge has already been completed, the indicator flashes and Full appears in the display, and the CHG/HOLD lamp flashes.
Disconnect the AC power adaptor.
To remove the rechargeable batteries Pull the ribbon.
When to replace the rechargeable batteries If the battery life becomes shorter by about half, replace the batteries with new rechargeable batteries. Note on the rechargeable batteries If the battery is new or has not been used for a long time, it may not be charged completely until you charge and discharge it several times. Note on carrying the rechargeable batteries Use the supplied battery carrying case to prevent unexpected heat. If the rechargeable batteries and the metallic objects are contacted, heat or fire may occur due to a short circuit.
When to charge the rechargeable batteries You can check the remaining power of the batteries in the display. Battery power is full.

r r r r r

Using dry batteries
Make sure to use the supplied battery case. Use only the following dry battery type for your CD player: LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries
Battery power is getting low.
Battery power is low. Lo batt* Batteries are depleted.

* Beep sounds.

To keep the original battery capacity for a long time, charge the batteries only when they are completely depleted.
The indicator sections of roughly show the remaining battery power. One section does not always indicate one-fourth of the battery power. Depending on operating conditions, the indicator sections of may increase or decrease.
Remove the cap of the battery case, and insert two LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries by matching the 3 to the diagram outside the battery case and close the cap of the battery case.
Connect the battery case to the CD player.
Notes on the power source
Disconnect all power sources when the CD player is not used.

On AC power adaptor

Use only the AC power adaptor supplied or recommended in Accessories (supplied/ optional). Do not use any other AC power adaptor. It may cause a malfunction.

Polarity of the plug

With the v side down
When to replace the batteries You can check the remaining power of the batteries in the display. Battery power is full.
When disconnecting the AC power adaptor from the AC outlet, grasp the adaptor itself. Do not pull it by the cord. Do not touch the AC power adaptor with wet hands.
On rechargeable batteries and dry batteries
Do not charge the dry batteries. Do not throw the batteries into fire. Do not carry the batteries with coins or other metallic objects. It can generate heat if the positive and negative terminals of the battery are accidentally contacted by a metallic object. Do not mix rechargeable batteries with dry batteries. Do not mix new batteries with old ones. Do not use different types of batteries together. When the batteries are not to be used for a long time, remove them. If battery leakage occurs, wipe off any deposit in the battery compartment, and install new batteries. In case the deposit adheres to you, wash it off thoroughly.
When the batteries are depleted, replace both batteries with new ones. The batteries in the CD player and battery case are discharged simultaneously.
Be sure to remove the AC power adaptor when attaching the battery case. When using the rechargeable batteries and dry batteries together to extend power, use fully charged rechargeable batteries and new dry batteries.

Using the carrying case

You can carry your player and its battery case together using the supplied carrying case. Insert them into the proper places in the case as illustrated below.

B Additional information

Precautions

On safety

Should any solid objects or liquid fall into the CD player, unplug it and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. Do not put any foreign objects in the DC IN 4.5 V (external power input) jack.

On headphones/earphones

Road safety Do not use headphones/earphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in some areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headsets at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones/earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Consideration for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and to be considerate to the people around you.

On the CD player

Keep the lens on the CD player clean and do not touch it. If you do so, the lens may be damaged and the CD player will not operate properly. Do not put any heavy object on top of the CD player. The CD player and the CD may be damaged. Do not leave the CD player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain, mechanical shock, unleveled surface, or in a car with its windows closed. If the CD player causes interference to the radio or television reception, turn off the CD player or move it away from the radio or television.

Maintenance

To clean the casing
Use a soft cloth slightly moistened in water or a mild detergent solution. Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner.

On handling CDs

To keep the CD clean, handle it by its edge. Do not touch the surface. Do not stick paper or tape onto the CD.

Not these ways

Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts. Do not leave the CD in a car parked under direct sunlight.

Troubleshooting

Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Symptom The volume does not increase even if you press the VOLUME + button repeatedly. No sound, or noise is heard. The playing time is too short when powered with the dry batteries. The playing time is too short when powered with the rechargeable batteries. When you press u, Lo batt or 00 appears in the display. The CD does not play. HI dc In appears in the display. Cause and/or corrective actions c Set the AVLS switch to NORM. (page 13) c The headphones/earphones are connected to the LINE OUT (OPTICAL) jack. Connect them to the i/REMOTE jack. (page 6) c Connect the plugs firmly. (page 6) c Plugs are dirty. Clean the plugs with a dry soft cloth periodically. c Check that you are using alkaline batteries and not manganese batteries. (page 18) c Replace the batteries with new LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries. (page 18) c Charge and discharge the rechargeable batteries several times. (pages 17, 18) c The rechargeable batteries are used up completely. Charge the batteries. (page 17) c Replace the batteries with new LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries. (page 18) c Use only the AC power adaptor or car battery cord in Accessories (supplied/optional). (page 25) c Remove all power sources, then insert the batteries or connect the AC power adaptor again. (pages 6, 17, 18) c The CD is dirty or defective. (page 21) c Check that the CD is inserted with the label side up. (page 6) c Moisture condensation has occurred. Leave the CD player aside for several hours until the moisture evaporates. c Close the lid of the battery compartment firmly. (pages 17) c Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly. (pages 17, 18) c Connect the AC power adaptor to an AC outlet securely. (page 6) c The buttons are locked. Slide the HOLD switch back. (page 14)

The CD does not play or no dISC appears in the display when a CD is placed in the CD player.
CHG/HOLD lamp flashes when you press a button, and the CD does not play. Cannot adjust the volume with the VOLUME +/ buttons on the CD player.
c The CD player is connected to an audio device. Adjust the volume using the volume control on the connected device. (page 15)
Symptom During recording with optical digital connection, the track number cannot be recorded correctly. The CD player does not start charging.
Cause and/or corrective actions c Record the track number again using the MiniDisc recorder, DAT recorder, etc. (page 15) c See the instruction manual that comes with the recording device. (page 15) c During stop, press x/CHG. (page 17)

Specifications

System
Compact disc digital audio system

Laser diode properties

Material: GaAlAs Wavelength: = 780 nm Emission duration: Continuous Laser output: Less than 44.6 W (This output is the value measured at a distance of 200 mm from the objective lens surface on the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.)
AC power adaptor (DC IN 4.5 V jack): U2/CA2/E92/MX2 model: 120 V, 60 Hz CED/CET/CEW/CEX/CE7/EE/EE1/E13/G5/ G6/G7/G8 model: 220 - 230 V, 50/60 Hz CEK/3CE7 model: 230 - 240 V, 50 Hz EA3 model: 110 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz AU2 model: 240 V, 50 Hz JE.W/E33 model: 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz HK2 model: 220 V, 50/60 Hz AR1/CN2 model: 220 V, 50 Hz Sony DCC-E245 car battery cord for use on car battery: 4.5 V DC

D-A conversion

1-bit quartz time-axis control
Battery life* (approx. hours)
(When you use the CD player on a flat and stable surface.) Playing time varies depending on how the CD player is used.

Frequency response

20 - 20,000 Hz 2 dB (measured by EIAJ CP307)
Output (at 4.5 V input level)
Line output (stereo minijack) Output level 0.7 V rms at 47 kilohms Recommended load impedance over 10 kilohms Headphones (stereo minijack) Approx. 5 mW + Approx. 5 mW at 16 ohms (Approx. 0.15 mW + Approx. 0.15 mW at 16 ohms)* *For the customers in France Optical digital output (optical output connector) Output level: 21 - 15 dBm Wavelength: 630 - 690 nm at peak level

Two NH-14WM (charged for about 4 hours**) Battery case (two alkaline batteries) Rechargeable batteries NH-14WM and battery case (two alkaline batteries)
* Measured value by the standard of EIAJ (Electronic Industries Association of Japan). ** Charging time varies depending on how the rechargeable battery is used.
Power requirements For the area code of the model you purchased, check the upper left side of the bar code on the package.
Two Sony NH-14WM rechargeable batteries: 2.4 V DC Two LR6 (size AA) batteries: 3 V DC

Operating temperature

5C - 35C (41F - 95F)
Dimensions (w/h/d) (excluding projecting parts and controls)
Approx. 127.130.1 mm (18 in.)
Mass (excluding rechargeable batteries)
Approx. 167.5 g (6.0 oz) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Accessories

Optional accessories

(supplied/optional)

Supplied accessories
For the area code of the location in which you purchased the CD player, check the upper left side of the bar code on the package.
AC power adaptor Active speaker system
AC power adaptor (1) Headphones/earphones with remote control (1) Rechargeable batteries (2) Battery carrying case (2) Carrying case (1) Battery case (1) AC plug adaptor (1)*
* Supplied with JE.W and E33 models

For US customers

The AC power adaptor supplied is not intended to be serviced. Should the AC power adaptor cease to function in its intended manner, during the warranty period, the adaptor should be returned to your nearest Sony Service Center or Sony Authorized Repair Center for replacement, or after warranty period, it should be discarded.
AC-E45HG SRS-Z1 SRS-Z1000 Car battery cord DCC-E245 Car battery cord with car connecting pack DCC-E26CP Car connecting pack CPA-9 Connecting cord RK-G129HG RK-G136HG Optical digital connecting cord POC-5B POC-10B POC-15B POC-5AB POC-10AB POC-15AB Earphones MDR-E848LP MDR-EX70LP

When connecting optional headphones/earphones to the supplied remote control Use only headphones with stereo mini plugs. You cannot use headphones with micro plugs.

Stereo miniplug

Micro plug
Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information about the accessories in your country.
Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia

 

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