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.. 10.. 12. 12 ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3. 13 MP3 ATRAC3plus/. 14 ATRAC3 MP3
ATRAC CD MP3 CD
... 31. 31 SOUND. 32 AVLS. 32 HOLD.. 33.. 33
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CD ATRAC3plus/ ATRAC3 MP3
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Locating the controls.. 48 Troubleshooting.. 49
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= 100V AC
MD CD DAT
Ni-Cd Ni-MH Li-ion
SonicStage Simple Burner CD-R/RW
SonicStage Simple Burner ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3
SonicStage Simple Burner
ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3 CD ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3 MP3
* ATRAC3plus 48kbps 700MB CD-R/RW
* ATRAC3plus ATRAC3
3 CD /ATRAC3
ISO 9660 Level 1/2
ATRAC3plus Coding3plus Adaptive Transform Acoustic ATRAC3 CD 64 kbps/48 kbps ATRACkbps/105 kbps/66 kbps Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding3 CD
MPEG-1 Audio Layer3 MPEG ISO CD 10 1
MP3 * ID3 ID3 *
44.1/48 kHz MPkbps kHz Once
ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3 CD CD MP3 ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3 MP3 CD-R/RW
ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3 MP3 MP3 ID3
9 EXT BATT/DC IN 4.5V
0 LINE OUT (OPTICAL)
ws P (play) MODE/
(1) (1) (1) CD-ROM* SonicStage Simple Burner (1) SonicStage Simple Burner (1) (1)
* CD-ROM CD
1 AC 2
EXT BATT/ DC IN 4.5V
1 OPEN 2 CD
x x/CHARGE. >
AMS AMS AMS AMS
1 AMS Automatic Music Sensor 2 > ATRAC CD MP3 CD
CD-DA CD-R CD-RW
Compact Disc Digital Audio
CD ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3/MP3 DISPLAY ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3/MP31 CD CD
CD READING CD
q; qa qs
MP3 P MODE/ 3
CD-TEXT ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3/MP3 *1 ATRAC CD/MP3 CD
*2 *3 MP3 m3u) 28 * MP3 CD *5
SHUF P MODE/
1 CD10 CD 99
1 CD5 CD 999
1 CD10 CD 400
11 Lobatt ATRAC CD CD 6 CD CD
* m3u m3u
DISPLAY P MODE/
CD ATRAC CD MP3 CD
5 DISPLAY P MODE/ PGM PGM
ATRAC CD MP3 CD 65
G-PROTECTION 1 DISPLAY G-PROTECTION 2
DISPLAY MP3 CD ID3 ATRAC CD
DISPLAY SOUND 2
HOLD AVLS LIMIT
HOLD HOLD HOLD
AVLS Automatic Volume Limiter System
2 P MODE/
SCMS 1 ATRAC CD MP3 CD LINE OUT (OPTICAL)
LINE OUT (OPTICAL)
CD G-PROTECTION 1 SOUND (OPTICAL)
AC CD ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3 MP3
Charging CHARGE CHARGE
DC IN 4.5V
t t Lobatt*
t t t Lobatt* t t
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/ VOL VOL+/ +
LIMIT 32 c LINE OUT (OPTICAL)
i c LINE OUT (OPTICAL) i
LR6 AC 46 47
Hi dc in
HOLD HOLD 32 CD CD 19 CD 1
CD No disc
c CD c CD c c c c AC c AC c CD-R/RW c CD-R/RW c 2 c HOLD
CD-R/RW HOLD HOLD 32
c CD c c V v
/ ATRAC CD MP3 CD CD
c CD ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3/MP3 c CD-RW c CD
D/A 1 bit 20 Hz Hz
NH-10WM2 dB CD ATRAC3plus
4.5 V 0.7 Vrms 47 k 10 k mW+5 mW JEITA/16 dBm nm JEITA 1
G-PROTECTION 40 40
G-PROTECTION 95 95
MP3 NH-10WM 2 NH-14WM 2 DC 1.2 V (LR6) 2 DC 1.5 V 2 DC 4.5 V AC AC 100 V 2 DC 1.2 V
NH-10WM2 + G-PROTECTION 135 135
CD LR6 (SG)
135.4 135.4 17.3 mm
SRS-Z1 JEITA MDR-EX71SL MDR-A35SL MDR-A105SP NH-14WM RK-G129 RK-G136 DCC-E84 DCC-E245 CPA-8 CPA-84U
135.4 135.7 18.0 mm : 195 g 241 g
POC-5B POC-10B POC-15B POC-5AB POC-10AB POC-15AB POC-20AP
AC AC100 V 50/60 Hz
AC AC AC-E45A 240 V 50/60 Hz AC100 V
Locating the controls
See the illustrations on pages 15 and 16. 1 qk Jog lever u (play/pause/enter): Press to start play. Press again to pause play. Also press to add Bookmarks and enter the tracks for PGM play./>(AMS*1/search): Flick toward. or > once to find the beginning of the current/next track. Flick toward. or > repeatedly to find the beginning of the previous/succeeding tracks. Hold toward. or > to go backward/forward quickly. Also use to select tracks during PGM play.
*1 Automatic Music Sensor
0 EXT BATT (external battery)/ DC IN 4.5 V jack (external power intput jack) Connects to the AC power adaptor. Also connects to the external battery case. qa LINE OUT (OPTICAL) jack Connects to the stereo system. qs qj +/ buttons Use to select a group. (for ATRAC3plus/ ATRAC3/MP3 files only) qd w; HOLD switch Locks the control on your CD player to prevent accidental button presses. qf x (stop) button Press to stop play. qg VOL +/ control Turn to adjust the volume. qh Display Displays the track number, elapsed Displays the track number, remaining time/tracks (when playing an audio CD), the file number, file name, artist name, CODEC remaining time of the current file, group name (when playing an ATRAC CD/MP CD), elapsed playing time, battery status, and play mode and functions you selected. Also displays CD text information (disc name, artist name, track name, etc.) when labeled on the CD. ql Clip You can remove it and change its direction. wa DISPLAY button Press to display the remaining time/ tracks. ws SOUND button Selects sound mode: SOUND 1 or SOUND 2. wd P MODE/ (play mode/repeat) button Press and hold to turn on the repeat play mode. Also selects various playback options: 1 (single), SHUF (shuffle), (Bookmark) and PGM (program).
2 x (stop)/CHARGE button CHARGE lamp Press to stop play. Also press to start charging. The lamp flashes when the HOLD function is working, and lights up during charge. 3 VOL (volume) +/ buttons Press to adjust the volume. 4 i (headphones) jack Connects to the earphones with remote control. 5 OPEN switch Slide to open the CD player lid. 6 Terminals for the charging stand Connects to the supplied charging stand. 7 AVLS*2 switch Set to LIMIT when you want to keep down the maximum volume to protect your hearing.
*2 Automatic Volume Limiter System
8 G-PROTECTION switch Set to 1 or 2 to prevent sound skipping. 9 Battery compartment Insert the rechargeable batteries by matching the 3 to the diagram in the battery compartment. To charge the rechargeable batteries, connect the supplied charging stand.
Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Symptom Cause and/or corrective actions The volume does not c Set the AVLS switch to NORM. increase even if you turn c The earphones are connected to the LINE OUT (OPTICAL) jack. VOL +/ in the + direction Connect them to the i (headphones) jack. repeatedly (even if you press VOL + repeatedly on the CD player). Cannot adjust the volume. No sound, or noise is heard. Cannot play a fail. The playing time is too short when powered with the dry batteries. The playing time is too short when powered with the rechargeable batteries. Lobatt appears in the display. The CD does not play. Hi dc in appears in the display. c The earphones are connected to the LINE OUT (OPTICAL) jack. Connect them to the i (headphones) jack. c Connect the headphones/earphones plugs firmly. c Plugs are dirty. Clean the headphones/earphones plugs with a dry soft cloth periodically. c You selected files recorded in a format other than that this CD player can play. c Check that you are using alkaline batteries and not manganese batteries. c Replace the batteries with new LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries. c Charge and discharge the rechargeable batteries several times.
c The rechargeable batteries are used up completely. Charge the batteries. c The dry batteries are used up. Replace them with new LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries. c An AC power adaptor which is rated higher than the one supplied or recommended is being used. Use only the supplied AC power adaptor or the car battery cord recommended in Optional accessories.
Symptom The CD does not play, or No disc appears in the display when a CD is placed in the CD player. Cause and/or corrective actions c c c c c c c c c c c CHARGE lamp flashes on the CD player when you press a button, and the CD does not play. The buttons are locked. Slide the HOLD switch back. The CD is dirty or defective. Check that the CD is inserted with the label side up. Moisture condensation has occurred. Leave the CD player aside for several hours until the moisture evaporates. Close the lid of the battery compartment firmly. Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly. Connect the AC power adaptor to an AC outlet securely. Press the jog lever after one second or more has passed since the AC power adaptor was connected. The CD-R/RW is blank. There is a problem with the quality of the CD-R/RW, recording device, or application software. Files in two or more formats have been recorded on the same CD-R/ RW.
c The buttons are locked. Slide the HOLD switch back.
Cannot adjust the volume c The CD player is connected to an audio device. Adjust the volume using with VOL +/ on the CD the volume control on the connected device. player. The rechargeable batteries cannot be charged. c The terminals on the charging stand are dirty. Wipe them with a dry soft cloth, etc. c The CD is playing. Stop play. c The external battery case is connected to the CD player. Remove it and start charging again. c The CD player is not placed securely on the charging stand. Place the player on the stand, aligning the V mark on the player and the v mark on the stand. Make sure that the CHARGE lamp lights up. c The resume function is working. To start playing from the first track, hold down the jog lever during stop until the first track starts playing or open the lid of the CD player. Or, remove all power sources, then insert the batteries or connect the AC power adaptor again. c Close the lid of the battery compartment firmly.
Playback starts from the point you stopped. (resume function) Rustling noise is heard from the CD.
When using with a c Adjust the volume of the connected device. connected stereo system, the sound is distorted or noisy.
Cause and/or corrective actions
During playback of an c The CD player is designed to stop the rotation of an ATRAC CD or ATRAC CD or MP3 CD, MP3 CD during playback to reduce the power consumption. The player is not malfunctioning. the CD does not rotate but you can hear the sound normally. NO FILE appears in the c There are no ATRAC3plus/ATRAC3/MP3 files in the CD. display after the jog lever c A CD-RW from which the data has been erased is being used. c The CD is dirty. is pressed or the lid of the CD player is closed. When closing the lid of the CD player, the CD starts to rotate. c The CD player is reading the information on the CD. It is not malfunctioning.
The LCD display becomes c You are using your CD player at high temperatures (above 40C) or at hard to see or slow down. low temperatures (below 0C). At room temperature, the display will return to its normal operating condition. is flashing quickly in the display, and you cannot locate the beginning of the track or the specific point in the track. You cannot operate the CD player properly using the remote control. c The CD player has entered the Bookmarked track play mode. Press P MODE/ twice so that the player returns to the normal play mode.
c The buttons on the CD player are kept pressed by mistake.
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