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MDX-M690 SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES
PRECAUTION ON OPEN/CLOSE FRONT PANEL The front panel opens to the bottom of main unit. In performing the repair, place the main unit on the base having the height exceeding 1 cm. DETACHING THE DISPLAY PANEL IN THE TEST MODE In the normal mode, after pressing the [OPEN] key for two seconds to set the front panel in detaching position and detaching the display panel is complete, the front panel closes automatically. But in the test mode, the front panel opens automatically. (refer to page 20 for test mode)
front panel MDX-M690 base
1cm ( SIDE VIEW)
Open the front panel by supplying the power through the following steps: 1. Disconnect the motor connector (CN602) from main board. 2. Supply the power to the motor. Voltage :9V Yellow wiring : MOTOR Black wiring : MOTOR +
black wiring connector (CN602)
MDX-M690 SECTION 2 GENERAL
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
Location of controls
Card remote commander RM-X111
Refer to the pages listed for details. CD/MD : During Playback RADIO : During radio reception
Main display panel
MENU : During menu mode
M (DISC) (+): to select upwards
< (SEEK) (): to select leftwards/.
m (DISC) (): to select downwards
, (SEEK) (+): to select rightwards/ >
In menu mode, the currently selectable button (s) of these four are indicated with a v in the display. Note If the unit is turned off by pressing (OFF) for 2 seconds, the unit cannot be operated with the card remote commander unless (SOURCE) on the unit is pressed, or a disc is inserted to activate the unit first. Tip Refer to Replacing the lithium battery for details on how to replace the batteries (page 36).
M EN U
SOURCE EQ7 REP SHUF
a SCRL (scroll) button 12 b DSPL/PTY (display mode change/ programme type) button 12, 13, 17, 20, 25, 35 c Number buttons
i j k l m n o p q
(1) REP 12 (2) SHUF 12 RADIO 15, 16, 18, 19, 22, 24 EQ7 button 26 MENU button 10, 13, 14, 15, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35 SOURCE (Power on/Radio/CD/MD) button 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 19, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 33, 35 </, SEEK +/ buttons 10, 28, 29, 30, 31 CD/MD 11 RADIO 16, 18, 22 MENU 10, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35 SOUND button 28, 29, 30, 31
OFF (Stop/Power off) button 11, 35 VOL +/ buttons 19 OPEN/CLOSE button 11, 37 AF button 18, 19 TA button 19 MODE button CD/MD 11, 13 RADIO 15, 16, 19, 22 DSO button 27 LIST button CD/MD 13, 14 RADIO 17, 24 M/m DISC +/ buttons CD/MD 11, 14 RADIO 16, 17, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25 MENU 10, 13, 14, 15, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35 ENTER button CD/MD 14 RADIO 17, 20, 23, 24, 25 MENU 10, 13, 14, 15, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35 ATT button 33
When the installation and connections are completed, be sure to press the Reset button with a ballpoint pen, etc.
Informazioni importanti per quando si effettua l installazione su un auto sprovvista della posizione ACC sull interruttore di accensione
Assicurarsi di premere (OFF) sullapparecchio per due secondi per spegnere il display dellorologio dopo che il motore stato spento. Se si preme (OFF) solo per un attimo, il display dellorologio non si spegne causando in questo modo lo scaricamento della batteria.
Opgelet bij het monteren in een auto waarvan het contactslot geen ACC (accessory) stand heeft
Druk (OFF) op het toestel gedurende twee seconden in om de klokweergave uit te schakelen na het afzetten van de motor. Indien u slechts even op (OFF) drukt, verdwijnt de tijdindicatie niet waardoor de batterij uitgeput raakt.
Auxiliary power connector Hilfsstromanschlu Connecteur dalimentation auxiliaire Connettore di alimentazione ausiliare Hulpvoedingsaansluiting
Installing the rotary commander (RM-X5S) 8) (
Notes Choose the mounting location carefully so that the rotary commander will not interfere with operating the car. Do not install the rotary commander where it may jeopardize the safety of the (front) passenger in anyway. When installing the rotary commander, be sure not to damage the electrical cables etc. on the other side of the mounting surface. Avoid installing the rotary commander where it may be subject to high temperatures, such as from direct sunlight or hot air from the heater etc. The Rev/Nor-select switch is located on the bottom of the rotary commander. Select Nor to use the rotary commander as the factory-set position. Select Rev when you mount the rotary commander on the right side of the steering column. Tip Rev/Nor cannot be selected on the side of master unit.
Touche de r initialisation ( 7) R cksetztaste (7)
Nach der Installation und dem Anschlu mu die rcksetztaste mit einem Kugelschreiber o. gedrckt werden. Quand linstallation et les raccordements sont termins, appuyez sur la touche de rinitialisation avec un stylo bille, etc.
Terustelknop (7) Tasto di azzeramento (7)
Dopo avere terminato linstallazione e i collegamenti, assicurarsi di premere il tasto di azzeramento con la punta di una penna a sfera, ecc.
Installieren des Joystick (RM-X5S) 8) (
Hinweise Whlen Sie den Montageort sorgfltig aus, so da der Joystick beim Fahren nicht im Wege ist. Montieren Sie den Joystick nicht an einer Stelle, an der er eine Gefahr fr den Beifahrer auf dem Vordersitz darstellen knnte. Achten Sie bei der Montage des Joystick darauf, die Elektrokabel an der anderen Seite der Montageflche nicht zu beschdigen. Montieren Sie den Joystick nicht an einer Stelle, an der er hohen Temperaturen, zum Beispiel direktem Sonnenlicht oder der Warmluft aus der Wagenheizung, ausgesetzt ist. Der Whlschalter Rev/Nor befindet sich an der Unterseite des Joysticks. Whlen Sie Nor, wenn die werkseitig voreingestellte Drehrichtung der Regler beibehalten werden soll. Whlen Sie Rev, wenn Sie den Joystick auf der rechten Seite der Lenksule anbringen. Tip Rev/Nor kann nicht mit dem Hauptgert ausgewhlt werden.
Red Rot Rouge Rosso Rood
1 Press the buttons and rotate the controls to make sure that your master unit reacts well. You can change the direction of infrared rays by turning the dial on the rotary commander.
Caution Be sure that the place where you install the rotary commander is within the range of receptor on the unit.
Yellow Gelb Jaune Giallo Geel Yellow Gelb Jaune Giallo Geel continuous power supply permanente Stromversorgung alimentation continue alimentazione continua continu voeding Red Rot Rouge Rosso Rood
Yellow Gelb Jaune Giallo Geel switched power supply geschaltete Stromversorgung alimentation commute alimentazione commutata geschakelde voeding
2 Choose the exact location for the rotary commander to be mounted, then clean the mounting surface. Dirt or oil impair the adhesive strength of the doublesided adhesive tape. 3 Mark position for the supplied screw. Use the screw holes on the mounting hardware 0 to mark the positions.
If you cannot make the mounting hardware 0 fit easy, cut the mounting hardware 0 to fit the steering wheel column cover.
1 Drcken Sie die Tasten, drehen Sie die Regler, und vergewissern Sie sich, da das Hauptgert entsprechend reagiert. Sie knnen die Richtung der Infrarotstrahlen ndern, indem Sie den Regler am Joystick drehen.
Vorsicht Vergewissern Sie sich, da der Montageort des Joysticks innerhalb der Reichweite des Empfngers am Gert ist.
1 Appuyez sur les boutons et tournez les commandes pour vrifier que l'appareil principal ragit correctement. Vous pouvez changer le sens des rayons IR en tournant la molette situe sur le satellite de commande.
Prcaution Assurez-vous que lendroit o vous installez le satellite de commande est porte du rcepteur de lappareil.
4 Remove the steering wheel column cover, and drill 2 mm diameter hole where you have marked. 5 Warm the mounting surface and the double-sided adhesive tape on the mounting hardware 0 to the temperature of 20 C to 30 C, and attach the mounting hardware 0 onto the mounting surface by applying even pressure. Then screw it down with the supplied screw 9. Attach a piece of heavy duty tape etc. on the other side of the mounting surface to cover the protruding tips of the screws so that they will not interfere with the electrical cables etc. inside the steering wheel column. 6 After installing the steering wheel column cover, attach the rotary commander to the mounting hardware by aligning the four holes on the bottom of the rotary commander to the four catches on the mounting hardware and sliding the rotary commander until it locks into place as illustrated.
5 Remove the front panel (KEY) assy in the direction of the arrow.
4 screw (panel)
2 guide (flexible)
3 flexible board (CN1)
1 two claws
MECHANISM DECK (MG-164MA-138)
4 two screws (PTT2.6 6) 5 bracket (MD) 1 Remove the solder of sheet (beat).
3 connector (CN401)
6 mechanism deck (MG-164MA-138)
2 screw (PTT2.6 4)
Note: Make sure to install screw (PTT2.6 4). Installing other screw (PTT2.6 4) except 2.damage the set.
2 two screws (PTT2.6 6)
MOTOR BLOCK ASSY, CAM (R) ASSY
2 two screws (PTT2.6 6) 4 two screws (PTT2.6 6)
3 motor block assy
5 cam (R) assy
1 connector (CN602)
SUB PANEL ASSY
1 flat cable (CN603)
2 screw (PTT2.6 6) 3 claw
3 claw 4 sub panel assy 2 screw (PTT2.6 6)
Cover (flexible), Slider (flexible) and Tension spring (flexible) mounting method.
2 three ground point screws (PTT2.6 6) 3 four screws (PTT2.6 6)
2 cover (flexible)
1 Set the flexible board to be at the position in the figure.
3 Hold the flexible board with the slider (flexible) by installing in the C direction of arrow A, turn the slider in the direction of arrow B, B then slide it in the direction of arrow C.
4 main board
4 tension spring (flexible)
3 cord (with connector) (ANT) 1 two connectors (CN201, 301) 7 screw (PTT2.6 6) 8 heat sink 6 two screws (PTT2.6 10) 4 screw (PTT2.6 6) 5 cord (with connector) (sub out) 2 screw (PTT2.6 6)
7 screw (PTT2.6 6)
2 two screws (BVTT2 4) 2 two screws (BVTT2 4)
3 servo board
1 flexible flat (11core) cable (CN103)
1 optical pick-up flexible board (CN102)
3-10. MD COVER ASSY
1 four screws (BVTT2 4)
3 MD cover assy
shaft (MD cover guide)
A 2 Pushing the cassette holder in the direction of the arrow A with a screwdriver, etc., disengage the shaft (MD cover guide) from the slot in the MD cover assy. Note: Take care not to scratch the optical pick-up when pushing the cassette holder with a screwdriver. etc.
3-11. FLOAT BLOCK
3 Pushing an arrow A part, raise the float block up ward at the front to release a lock. 1 tension spring (float B) A 5 two dampers assy 6 float block
5 two dampers assy
lever (lock R) lever (lock L)
1 tension spring (float B) 2 two tension springs (float F)
3-12. LO MOTOR ASSY (LOADING) (M903)
4 Remove the bracket (LO) in the direction of the arrow A.
A 1 Remove solders of motor (M903).
5 LO motor assy (loading) (M903)
2 tension spring (rack)
bracket (LO) bottom view
3-13. LEVER (LE23) ASSY
2 stopper washer 3 lever (LE23) assy
4 roller (gear E)
3-14. HOLDER ASSY
4 Remove the holder assy in the direction of the arrow.
2 type-E stop ring 1.5
1 spring (chucking) 2 type-E stop ring 1.5
2 type-E stop ring 1.lever (lock R)
3 lever (lock L) 1 spring (chucking) 2 type-E stop ring 1.5
3-15. CHUCKING ARM ASSY
1 Remove the chucking arm assy in the direction of the arrow.
3-16. OPTICAL PICK-UP (KMS-241C)
4 screw (B2 3) 6 bearing (SL) 5 feed screw assy 7 optical pick-up (KMS-241C)
1 two screws (K2 3)
3 screw (K2 3)
2 guide shaft (OPT L)
3-17. SL MOTOR ASSY (SLED) (M902), SP MOTOR ASSY (SPINDLE) (M901)
4 screw (P1.7 1.8) 9 two screws (P1.7 1.8) 5 bracket (SL) 2 two screws (2 8) 6 SL motor assy (sled) (M902) 0 bracket (SP) 7 screw (B2 3) qa SP motor assy (spindle) (M901) 3 sensor board
8 base (SL)
1 Remove solders of motors (M901, M902).
MDX-M690 SECTION 4 ASSEMBLY
This set can be assembled in the order shown below.
4-2. MOTOR BLOCK ASSY (Page 18)
4-3. CAM (R) ASSY (Page 18)
4-4. ADJUSTING PHASE OF MOTOR BLOCK ASSY, CAM (R) ASSY (Page 19)
4-5. PHASE CHECK (Page 19)
Note: Follow the assembly procedure in the numerical order given.
MOTOR BLOCK ASSY
7 bracket (L) assy 2 stop ring 1.cam (L)
6 washer (M)
5 gear (A)
6 washer (M) 3 gear (B)
4 gear (C)
Set bracket (L) assy to be at the position in the figure. concave portion
Note: When installing cam (L), adjust the hole (small) and concave portion.
8 two screws (PTT2.6 6)
8 screw (PTT2.6 6)
CAM (R) ASSY
2 stop ring 1.cam (R)
hole (large) hole (small)
3 oil damper 4 screw (P2 4)
concave portion Note: When installing cam (R), adjust the hole (small) and concave portion.
C504 0.1 R102 10k DIGITAL FILTER, D/A CONVERTER
C104 0.1 256FS
NC VDD TSTMOD DEEMP TOUT3 TOUT2 TOUT1 TOUT0 TSTSO TSTCKO A-MUTE TIN2 TIN1 TIN0
C515 0.1 MD-ON
XTI DGND VDD LRCK LRCK DATA DATA BCK BCK ZERO
XTO CLKO MUTE DM1 DM0 RSTB LOAD MODE D/CL VOUTL VCC R101 10k C101 0.0022 C6.3V R104 1k EJECT EJECT R502 1k R503 1k MDMON C105 0.1 R202 1k R201 10k C201 0.0022 ESW E-SW R531 100k C109 4.7 6.3V C516 0.1 AG-OK ADJ-OK C108 0.01 L101 10H C103 0.01 R501 1k TIN3 TIN4 TIN5 TIN6 TIN7 LOAD
NC U COM GND NC L-CH AUDIO GND R-CH LOAD6V
D/CR VOUTR AGND
CC-XINT SENS SENS
NC NC NC
MD MECHANISM CONTROLLER IC501 CXP84340-231Q MD-SI RMD-CKO RUNISO
NC NC DRIVER5V DRIVER-GND
UNISI C107 0.01 C106 4.7 6.3V L102 10H R542 100k R539 100k R540 100k DFCTSEL DPLLSEL EMPHSEL LOCK R504 1k LEVEL SHIFT 1 IC502 HD74HC244FP-EL
RESET AVREF EXTAL MNT0 MNT1 MNT2 MNT3 AVSS TEMP XTAL VSS INIT TEX
UNICK UNICKIO UNIREQ LINKOFF RMD-SO EE-SIO EE-CKO 2M/4M EE-CS DO-SEL
C510 0.22 RB503 1k X4 R512 100k R526 2.2k R511 150k R527 2.2k
MNT0 GND SRDT MNT1 SENS MNT2 SQSY MNT3 XINIT MNT0 SRDT MNT1 SENS MNT2 SQSY MNT3 XINIT GND
R528 2.2k R532 100
C503 0.1 RTH501 X501 10MHz R507 4.7k R506 100k
R529 2.2k C11 0.001 (CHASSIS)
SWDT XLAT SCLK XRST
C401 0.22 RD401 DTZ-TT11 -3.0B R406 10k R405 1k Q401 2SD1664 +3.3V REGULATOR
Q402 2SB1132 R401 10k R403 4.7k R402 4.7k
Q402,403 B+ SWITCH
+3.3V REGULATOR IC401 NJM4580E(TE2) C402 0.3
Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal conditions. no mark : MD PLAY : Impossible to measure
Ref. No. D104 D107 D109 D202 D203 D204 D205 D302 D303 D304 D309 D311 D404 D406 D407 D503 D505 D506 D507 D509 D511 D602 D604 D605 D606 D609 D612 D650 D804 D807 IC101 IC102 IC201 IC202 IC301 IC302 IC305 IC310 IC501 IC502 Location L-8 F-2 H-9 D-13 D-13 I-9 H-9 C-7 C-7 C-6 H-8 D-7 D-4 E-5 E-6 I-6 I-6 K-8 K-8 J-8 I-5 G-6 H-6 H-6 H-5 H-7 I-7 J-2 L-10 I-10 G-3 F-2 I-10 G-13 H-9 G-9 F-10 E-12 J-6 L-9 Ref. No. IC650 IC651 IC652 IC702 IC801 Q101 Q102 Q105 Q107 Q108 Q109 Q110 Q111 Q112 Q114 Q115 Q116 Q117 Q118 Q201 Q202 Q203 Q301 Q302 Q303 Q304 Q305 Q309 Q310 Q312 Q401 Q402 Q404 Q405 Q406 Q407 Q452 Q602 Q651 Q652 Location K-3 K-4 J-2 J-13 J-9 H-2 G-2 G-3 I-4 I-4 L-9 G-4 G-4 L-8 F-2 F-2 F-2 H-1 H-1 E-13 I-11 H-9 C-10 C-10 C-11 C-11 C-12 D-8 D-8 E-8 E-5 E-6 E-6 E-6 E-7 E-7 F-5 H-5 K-3 K-3
D602 KDZ18V D604 KDZ18V
D501 1SS355 SONY BUS INTERFACE D612 1SS355 UCK BUSON SYSRST BUSON BATT BUS ON BUSCK CLK IN BU_IN DATA IN DATA OUT D608 1SS355 B/U-CHE BUSSO UNISO USO BUSSI D607 R605 KDZ18V 1k C602 0.01 D609 MA152WK USI Q652 2SA1037K Q650 KRC103S MOTOR OVER LOAD DETETCT MOTOR OVER LOAD DETETCT IC650 NJM2904V FRONT PANEL OPEN/CLOSE MOTOR DRIVE IC651 BA6288FS D652 MA152WA +9V REGULATOR IC652 PQ09DZ1U SIRCS CONTROLLER IC801 RRX9000-0401R R819 R830 100k 100k VREF Q501 KRA102S KEY ACTIVE SWITCH R652 1k C653 0.1 R655 22k R657 33k D651 MA152WK RMOTOR-
RST D603 MA8068-M
Q603 KRC102S BATTERY DETETCT
R820 100k R821 100k R822 100k
Q651 2SC2412K RJ651 (REMOTE IN) R607 100
R825 R824 1M 470
R653 100k C651 0.1 R658 3.3 C650 0.1 D650 MM3Z6V8T1 R654 5.6k C652 0.1 R656 3.3 R659 3.3 R662 3.3
VOLTAGE SWITCH D611 KDZ6.8V C660 0.01 D610 KDZ6.8V
R823 1k X801 4MHz C814 0.1
Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM [ ] : MD PLAY
6-14. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Section (4/4) See page 42 for Waveform. See page 43 for IC Block Diagram.
13A 14A 1D 2D 3D Q107 KRC103S D102 D1FS4A-TA RRC115 0.001 L103 R103 1.8k R124 100k C10V Q103 2SB1202 R125 1k R126 6.2k L105 SWITCHING REGULATOR D101 D1FS4A-TA C104 0.001 4D L104 L101 150H C10V RC105 0.01 R106 4.7k C106 330p C108 330p C107 0.01 R107 4.7k R104 1.8k POWER CONTROL IC101 TL1451ACBD Q102 KRA103S C103 0.1 R102 1.8k Q101 KRC103S Q101,102 B+ SWITCH C16V
Q107,108 B+ SWITCH
C381 0.1 R123 2.2k
R127 100k C10V CR141 100k R129 2.2k R130 100k R128 2.2k Q109,112 C118 0.1 C125 0.1 R134 R138 1k 1k RD109 MA8056-M B+ SWITCH Q111 KRC103S LCD+B L102 1H Q109 2SB1132
R110 12k R109 1k R113 47k R116 120k C110 150p
R108 3.9k R115 100k
+6V REGULATOR Q118 KRA102S Q117,118 REGULATOR CONTROL C16V Q110,111 B+ SWITCH Q110 2SB1132 Q112 KRC103S D104 MA152WK C10V Q117 KRC102S
R111 47k RQ105 KRC104S
Q106 2SB1202 SWITCHNG REGULATOR
R119 1.8k R120 1.8k R121 1.8k
C119 47p 8D D504 MA8051-L 9D 10D R726 10k 11D 12D 13D 14D 15D 16D BUSON C6.3V
NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO NCO BUS-ON VSS VSS SA_ENIN VSS VSS VSS VCC VSS NCO NC SPE-LAT
3 IC302 ek (RF) (MD Play Mode) 8 IC301 wl (FS256) (MD Play Mode)
qd IC501 es (XTAL)
wd IC501 ud (X1A)
4 IC302 ef (FE) (MD Play Mode) 9 IC(MD Play Mode)
Approx. 150 mVp-p
5 IC302 wh (TE) (MD Play Mode) 0 IC(XTI) (MD Play Mode) wg IC702
Approx. 1 Vp-p
IC Block Diagrams SERVO Board IC101
XTI 1 DGND 2 VDD 3 LRCIN 4 DIN 5 NOISE SHAPER BCKIN 6 ZERO 7 D/C_R 8 VOUTR 9 AGND LEVEL DAC LOWPASS FILTER CMOS AMP 5 LEVEL DAC LOWPASS FILTER CMOS AMP 15 RSTB 14 FORMAT 13 D/C_L 12 VOUTL 11 VCC
CLK CONTROL INPUT INTERFACE DIGITAL FILTER 20 XTO 19 CLKO MODE CONTROL 18 MUTE 17 DMDM0
APCREF F0CNT TEST3 TEST2 TEST1 SRDR DVDD DCHG SPRD EFMO TRDR LDDR DVSS FRDR SFDR ADFG SPFD CKRF TFDR DTRF XLRF FFDR FGIN APC FS4
MNTMNTMNTMNTMONITOR CONTROL EACH BLOCK
75 TE 74 SE 73 AVSS 72 ADRB
ADIP DECODER SWDT 5 SCLK 6 XLAT 7 SRDT 8 SENS 9 XRST 10 SQSY 11 DQSY 12 RECP 13
71 ADRT 70 AVDD 69 ADIO
68 VC SERVO DSP A/D CONVERTER ANALOG MUX 67 AUXFE 65 ABCD 64 BOTM 63 PEAK 62 CLTV 61 FILO 60 FILI 59 PCO
XINT 14 TX 15 OSCI 16 OSCO 17 XTSL 18 DINDINDOUT 21 CLOCK GENERATOR EACH BLOCK
SHOCK RESISTANT MEMORY CONTROLLER
EFM/ACIRC ENCODER/ DECODER
DIGITAL AUDIO I/F
SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER
57 RFI 56 BIAS 55 AVDD 54 ASYI 53 ASYO
DATAI 22 LRCKI 23 XBCKI 24 ADDT 25
ATRAC ENCODER/DECODER 52 MVCI ADDRESS/DATA BUS A00 - A11, D0 - DD3
DVDD DADT XBCK LRCK FS256
DVSS XRAS XWE D1 D0 XCAS XOE A03 A02 A01 A00 A10 A04 A05 A06 A07 A08 A11 A09 D2
COMPO COMPP MORFO RF AGC MORFI ADDC PEAK AGCI
45 + USROP
40 RF AGC
USRC DET EQ AUX SW
RFA2 I J OFST GRV GRVA HLPT 1 2
PEAK3T P-P WBL PEAK BOTTOM WBL PBH
TEMP 36 BOTM
GSW PD 10 + + APC 11 APCREF 12 13
+ + + + + + + IV
35 ABCD 34 FE 33 AUX BPFC 32 ADFG 31 ADAGC
30 ADIN FEA
CC BPF22 + + DD WBL + + EFB EBAL ESW FF + FBAL AUXSW COMMAND TESW PTGR WBL ATA ADIP AGC
28 SE 27 CSLED
WBL 3T EQ VI CONV 25 WBLADJ
SCRI - PARA DECODE
AD-ON ACC IN FLS_PWON P-ON TEST-IN RAMBU HSTX MD2 MD1 MD0 RSTX
O I O O I I I I I I I
Setting terminal for the CPU operational mode (fixed at L in this set) Setting terminal for the CPU operational mode (fixed at H in this set) Setting terminal for the CPU operational mode (fixed at H in this set) System reset signal input from the reset signal generator (IC502) and reset switch (SW901, S60) L: reset L is input for several 100 msec after power on, then it changes to H
Pin No. 103 104, 107 to 114 115, to 120
Pin Name VSS X0 X1 VCC ILL IN I-DET MOT MOT+ CLOSE-SW OPEN-SW CENT-SW NCO CDMD-SEL DSTSEL1, DESTSEL2 BOOT NCO PACK-IN 4V SEL NCO TUNER-ON LED SW1, LED SW2 NCO
I/O I O I I O O I I I O I I O O I I O O O O Ground terminal
Description Main system clock input terminal (3.68 MHz) Main system clock output terminal (3.68 MHz) Power supply terminal (+5V) Auto dimmer control illumination line detection signal input terminal L is input at dimmer detection Detection signal input from the motor overload detection circuit for the front panel open/close motor (M601) L is input when the motor current exceeds the specified value Front panel open/close motor (M601) drive signal (in panel close direction) output to the BA6288FS (IC651) Front panel open/close motor (M601) drive signal (in panel open direction) output to the BA6288FS (IC651) Front panel open/close detection switch input terminal L is input when the front panel is closed Front panel open/close detection switch input terminal L is input when the front panel is opened Front panel detach position detection switch input terminal L is input when the front panel is detach position Not used (open) CD or MD mechanism deck setting terminal L: CD, H: MD (fixed at H in this set) Destination setting terminal (fixed at L) Serial data output to the display controller (IC702) L is output when writing change Not used (open) Disc insert detection switch input terminal L is input when the disc is inserting Input terminal of whether line driver is mounted or not is detected L: line driver is mounted (fixed at H in this set) Not used (open) Tuner system power supply on/off control signal output terminal H: tuner power on Security/operation side select control signal output to the display controller (IC702) Not used (open)
MAIN BOARD IC702 HD6432355A36F (DISPLAY CONTROLLER) Pin No. to 11 to 20 to 29 to 35, 40 to 45 46, 47 48, to 66 67, 68 Pin Name SA-CLK NCO VSS NCO VCC NCO VSS NCO VSS NCO VSS NCO SA_ENIN SPE-LAT BU-IN VSS NCO BUS-ON VCC NCO VSS DSP_SEL LED SW1, LED SW2 NCO LINK-OFF NCO ILLON VSS NCO BOOT VCC NCO LCD_SO/TX SP-SI RX SP-SCK LCD_CKO VSS LCDCE0 VSS I/O O O O O O O O I I I O I O I I O O O O O I O O I I I O O Not used (open) Ground terminal Not used (open) Power supply terminal (+5V) Not used (open) Ground terminal Not used (open) Ground terminal Not used (open) Ground terminal Not used (open) Enable signal input for spectrum analyzer display from the system controller (IC500) H: active Serial data latch pulse input for spectrum analyzer display from the system controller (IC500) H active Battery detection signal input from the SONY bus interface (IC601) L is input at low voltage Ground terminal Not used (open) Bus on/off control signal input from the system controller (IC500) L: bus on Power supply terminal (+5V) Not used (open) Ground terminal Setting terminal for spectrum analyzer display data L: A633, H: DSP-IC Security/operation side select control signal input from the system controller (IC501) Not used (open) Link on/off control signal output for the SONY bus L: link on, H: link off Not used (open) Display power supply on/off control signal output H: display power on Ground terminal Not used (open) Serial data input at the flash memory writing mode L is input when writing change Power supply terminal (+5V) Not used (open) Display serial data output to the liquid crystal display driver (IC1, 60, 61) Output terminal for UART transfer data when writing into internal flash memory data Spectrum analyzer display serial data input terminal Not used (fixed at L) Input terminal for UART transfer data when writing into internal flash memory data Spectrum analyzer display serial data transfer clock signal input terminal Not used (fixed at L) Display serial data transfer clock signal output to the liquid crystal display driver (IC1, 60, 61) Ground terminal Chip enable signal output to the liquid crystal display driver (IC60) H: active Ground terminal Description Spectrum analyzer display serial data transfer clock signal output to the TDA7406T (IC305)
BUTTON (MODE) (SCRL. DSPL PTY. OFF. MODE) BUTTON (6 KEY) (AF. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. TA) BUTTON (EQ7) (DSO. EQ7) BUTTON (ENTER) (LIST. ENTER. SOUND. MENU) CUSHION (ELECTROSTATIC)
3-230-480-01 BUTTON (EJECT) (Z) 3-230-481-01 BUTTON (SEEK) (DISC +. > M. - DISC. m) A-3283-176-A KEY BOARD, COMPLETE
7-4. MAIN BOARD SECTION
#1 #1 #6
not supplied #1
Ref. No. 161 * 164 * 165 166
Part No. 3-230-493-01 3-230-444-01 3-045-721-01 3-040-692-01 3-230-495-01 X-3380-544-1 X-3380-548-1 X-3380-546-1 3-230-494-01 3-342-940-01 3-045-714-01 1-681-375-11 3-376-464-11 3-045-713-01 X-3378-711-1
Description GEAR (DRIVE SHAFT) GUIDE (DRIVE SHAFT) SHAFT, DRIVE RING, CE TYPE RETAINING CAM (L) BRACKET (L) ASSY ARM (B-L) ASSY ARM (A-L) ASSY GEAR (C) WASHER (M)
Ref. No. * * * * 171
Part No. 1-790-375-21 A-3283-175-A 3-230-510-31 3-230-509-01 3-019-565-01 3-230-513-01 3-230-417-01 3-230-496-01 3-030-909-11 X-3380-549-1 X-3380-547-1 X-3380-545-1 X-3380-559-1 X-3378-769-1
CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (SUB OUT) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE HEAT SINK CHASSIS, BACK BRACKET (IC) HEAT SINK (REG) SHEET, INSULATING CAM (R) DAMPER, OIL ARM (B-R) ASSY
* 172 * 179 M601
GEAR (B) SW BOARD SCREW (+PTT 2.6X6), GROUND POINT GEAR (A) BRACKET (MOTOR) ASSY
ARM (A-R) ASSY BRACKET (R) ASSY CHASSIS (MD) ASSY MOTOR ASSY (SERVICE) (FRONT PANEL OPEN/CLOSE) TUX201 A-3282-061-A TUNER UNIT (TUX-020)
1-777-246-41 CORD (WITH CONNECTOR) (ANT)
7-5. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-1 (MG-164MA-138)
Ref. No. * 301 * * * 308 * 309 * 310
Part No. A-3326-729-A X-3379-367-1 3-032-714-01 3-921-111-01 3-931-897-61 X-3376-796-1 3-032-682-01 3-034-301-01 3-034-302-01 3-032-712-01
Description SERVO BOARD, COMPLETE CHASSIS ASSY, MD SPRING (FLOAT F), TENSION SPRING (FLOAT B), TENSION DAMPER (T) HOLDER ASSY SPRING (HOLDER) CUSHION (EJ2) CUSHION (EJ3) LEVER (LOCK R)
Ref. No. 311 * * 316 * 317 * 318 * 319
Part No. 3-919-281-01 X-3379-368-1 3-035-932-01 X-3379-362-1 3-032-707-01 3-925-034-01 X-3376-798-1 3-032-711-01 3-220-096-01
Description SPRING (CHUCKING) COVER ASSY, MD WASHER, STOPPER LEVER (LE23) ASSY SPRING (LEVER LE) ROLLER (GEAR E) ARM ASSY, CHUCKING LEVER (LOCK L) BRACKET (DAMPER)
7-6. MECHANISM DECK SECTION-2 (MG-164MA-138)
Ref. No. * 359 * 360
8-759-653-26 IC LC75878W 8-759-653-26 IC LC75878W 8-759-830-18 IC RRX9000-0601#1 < LIQUID CRYSTA LDISPLAY >
1-804-348-11 DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL < LED >
LED60 LED62 LED63 LED64 LED65 LED66 LED67 LED68 LED69
8-719-079-49 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58 8-719-076-58
LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED
LWT673-R1S2-34 (SONY) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT) NSSW440-BRS (LCD BACK LIGHT)
< SWITCH > LSW60 1-771-883-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (WITH LED) (OPEN) < TRANSISTOR >
1-125-837-11 CERAMIC CHIP < CONNECTOR >
8-729-106-60 TRANSISTOR 8-729-038-67 TRANSISTOR 8-729-904-66 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR >
2SB1132-T101-QR KRC102S DTD113EK-T-146
1-815-500-21 PLUG, CONNECTOR 15P < DIODE >
D61 D62 D63 D64 D65 D66
8-719-422-41 8-719-977-12 8-719-977-12 8-719-977-12 8-719-977-12
DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE
MA8051-L-TX KDZ6.8V KDZ6.8V KDZ6.8V KDZ6.8V
R60 R61 R62 R63 R64 R65 R66
1-216-829-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-037-00 1-216-037-00
METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP
4.7K 10K 4.7K 100 100
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W
8-719-977-12 DIODE KDZ6.8V
1-216-025-11 RES-CHIP 1-216-025-11 RES-CHIP
Ref. No. R67 R68 R69 R70 R71 R72 R73 R74 R76 R77 R78 R79 R80 R81 R82 R83 R84 R85 R86 R87 R88 R89 R90 R91 R92 R93 R94 R95 R96 R97 Part No.
Description 47K 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K 47K 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K 0 120K 270K 220 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W Ref. No. CN2 Part No. Description Remark 1-815-501-11 SOCKET, CONNECTOR 15P < DIODE > D7 D8 8-719-422-41 DIODE MA8051-L-TX 8-719-422-80 DIODE MA8075-H-TX < IC > IC1 8-759-653-26 IC LC75878W < LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY > LCD1 1-804-349-11 DISPLAY PANEL, LIQUID CRYSTAL < LED >
1-216-025-11 RES-CHIP 1-216-025-11 RES-CHIP 1-216-033-00 METAL CHIP 1-216-864-11 1-216-033-00 1-216-811-11 1-216-805-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-817-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-817-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-846-11 SHORT METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT METAL CHIP
5% 5% 5%
1/10W 1/16W 1/16W
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
SW1001 1-771-937-21 SWITCH, DETECTION (FRONT PANEL OPEN/CLOSE DETEDT) SW1002 1-529-566-31 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (FRONT PANEL DETACH POSITION DETECT) ************************************************************** MISCELLANEOUS **************
10% 20% 10% 10% 5% 10%
1-164-388-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP < DIODE >
D901 D902 D903 D906 D907 D908
8-719-988-61 DIODE 1SS355TE-17 8-719-017-95 DIODE KDZ18V 8-719-072-57 LED CL-170UB-X-T (DISC SLOT ILLUMINATION) 8-719-422-41 DIODE MA8051-L-TX 8-719-977-12 DIODE MA8068-M-TX 8-719-083-14 DIODE RRX9000-0501 (REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER) < FERRITE BEAD >
M901 A-3301-407-A MOTOR ASSY, SP (SPINDLE) M902 A-3291-190-A MOTOR ASSY, SL (SLED) M903 X-3379-451-1 MOTOR ASSY, LO (LOADING) ************************************************************ ************** HARDWARE LIST ************** #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #11 #12 #13 7-685-792-09 7-685-790-09 7-685-105-19 7-627-552-88 7-627-553-28 7-685-794-09 7-621-255-25 7-685-851-04 7-624-102-04 7-627-852-37 SCREW +PTT 2.6X6 (S) SCREW +PTT 2.6X4 (S) SCREW +P 2X8 TYPE2 NON-SLIT SCREW, PRECISION +P 1.7X2.2 SCREW, PRECISION +P 2X2.5 SCREW +PTT 2.6X10 (S) SCREW +P 2X4 SCREW +BVTT 2X4 (S) STOP RING 1.5, TYPE-E PRECISION SCREW +P 1.7X1.8 TYPE3
8-759-830-18 IC RRX9000-0601#1 < TRANSISTOR >
8-729-216-22 TRANSISTOR 8-729-038-67 TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR >
#14 7-621-772-08 SCREW +B 2X3 #15 7-621-555-10 SCREW +K 2X3 ************************************************************ 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/16W ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ******************************* 1-476-546-11 WIRELESS REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-X111) 3-230-549-01 HOLDER, BATTERY (for RM-X111) 3-230-448-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN, DUTCH) 3-230-448-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, SPANISH, SWEDISH, PORTUGUESE, GREEK, RUSSIAN) 3-230-449-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION, INSTALL (ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN, DUTCH) 3-230-449-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION, INSTALL (ENGLISH, SPANISH, SWEDISH, PORTUGUESE, GREEK, RUSSIAN) X-3378-390-1 CASE ASSY (for FRONT PANEL) ************************************************************
The corresponding buttons of the unit control the same functions as those on the card remote commander. a OPEN button 9, 11, 37 b Main display window c qf Receptor for the card remote commander d qs Reset button 9 e Volume adjust buttons f SCRL (scroll) button g SOURCE button h DSPL/PTY (display mode change/ programme type) button i Sub display window
j DISC +/ (cursor up/down) buttons SEEK /+ (cursor left/right) buttons k MENU button m LIST button o CLOSE (front panel close) button 9, 11 p OFF (Stop/Power off) button* q MODE button r Number buttons s SOUND button t EQ7 button u ENTER button v DSO button w Z (eject) button 11
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* Warning when installing in a car without
an ACC (accessory) position on the ignition switch After turning off the ignition, be sure to press the power on/off button on the unit for 2 seconds to turn off the clock display.
If your car was parked in direct sunlight, allow the unit to cool off before operating it. Power aerials will extend automatically while the unit is operating. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Otherwise, the clock display does not turn off and this causes battery drain.
Concerning the front panel positions
This unit has 3 front panel open modes. Main display position
On a rainy day or in a very damp area, moisture condensation may occur inside the lenses and display of the unit. Should this occur, the unit will not operate properly. In such a case, remove the disc and wait for about an hour until the moisture has evaporated.
To maintain high sound quality
Be careful not to splash juice or other soft drinks onto the unit or discs.
To prevent the wireless rotary commander RM-X5S from falling off (supplied with CDX-M770 only)
If the wireless commander falls off, it could cause an accident. Be sure to attach the supplied strap when installing the rotary commander near the steering wheel. Be sure that the strap does not get caught on the car controls (gear, shifter, etc.). Be sure to tighten the stopper of the strap after hanging the strap on the indicator switch, etc.
Notes on CDs
To keep the disc clean, do not touch the surface. Handle the disc by its edge. Keep your discs in their cases or disc magazines when not in use. Do not subject the discs to heat/high temperature. Avoid leaving them in parked cars or on dashboards/rear trays.
Notes on CD-R/CD-RW discs
You can play CD-Rs (recordable CDs) designed for audio use on this unit. Look for this mark to distinguish CD-Rs for audio use.
This mark denotes that a disc is not for audio use.
Do not attach labels, or use discs with sticky ink/residue. Such discs may stop spinning when used, causing a malfunction, or may ruin the disc.
Some CD-Rs (depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of the disc) may not play on this unit. You cannot play a CD-R that is not finalized*.
* A process necessary for a recorded CD-R disc to be played on the audio CD player.
You cannot play CD-RWs (rewritable CDs) on this unit.
Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g., heart, square, star) cannot be played on this unit. Attempting to do so may damage the unit. Do not use such discs. You cannot play 8 cm CDs. Before playing, clean the discs with a commercially available cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from the centre out. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for analog discs.
Notes on MDs
Do not open the shutter of the cartridge to expose the MD. Close immediately if the shutter opens. Never touch the surface of the disc inside. Do not subject the discs to heat/high temperature. Avoid leaving them in parked cars or on dashboards/rear trays.
Wipe the surface of the cartridge from time to time with a soft, dry cloth.
Notes on attaching labels
To avoid MDs becoming stuck in the unit; Attach the label in a suitable position. Remove old labels before putting new ones on. Replace labels that are peeling away.
Resetting the unit
Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or changing the connections, you must reset the unit. Press the reset button on the front panel with a pointed object, such as a ballpoint pen.
Detaching the main display window
You can detach the main display window of this unit to protect the unit from being stolen.
If you turn the ignition switch to the OFF position without removing the front panel, the caution alarm will beep for a few seconds.
Press (OPEN) on the unit for 2 seconds. CD/MD playback or radio reception stops, and the front panel automatically tilts at an angle of 30.
Notes After resetting the unit in the closed position, be sure to press (OPEN) once before operating further. If a disc is in the unit, the disc will be ejected automatically. Insert the disc again. Pressing the reset button will erase the clock setting and some stored contents.
Resetting the unit during use in subdisplay position
Press the reset button by the disc-slot with a pointed object, such as a ballpoint pen.
Detach the main display window as illustrated. After the main display window detaching is complete, the front panel closes automatically.
Notes If you detach the main display window while the unit is still turned on, the power will turn off automatically to prevent the speakers from being damaged. Do not drop or put excessive pressure on the display window. Do not subject the main display window to heat/high temperature or moisture. Avoid leaving it in parked cars or on dashboards/rear trays. Tips If you want to detach the main display window, when the front panel is in the sub-display position, press (CLOSE) for 2 seconds.If a disc is partially inserted, load the disc correcty or remove the disc from the unit. When carrying the main display window with you, use the supplied front panel case.
Attaching the main display window
Place the main display window on the front side of the unit as illustrated, then lightly push the front panel into position until it clicks. Press (SOURCE) (or insert a disc) to operate the unit.
When the disc/track changes, any prerecorded title*1 of the new disc/track is automatically displayed (if the Auto Scroll function is set to on, names exceeding 9 characters will be scrolled (page 34)). Displayable items Music source Clock
Disc number Track number Elapsed playing time
Playing tracks repeatedly
The disc in the main unit will repeat a track or the entire disc when it reaches the end. For repeat play, you can select: Repeat 1 to repeat a track. Repeat 2* to repeat a disc.
* Available only when one or more optional CD/MD units are connected.
During playback, press (1) (REP) repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Repeat Play starts. To return to normal play mode, select Repeat off.
MDLP display (MDX-M690 only) LP2: LP2 playback LP4: LP4 playback
Displayable items Disc name*1/ artist name*2 Track title*1
Playing tracks in random order
You can select: Shuf 1 to play the tracks on the current disc in random order. Shuf 2*1 to play the tracks in the current optional CD (MD) unit in random order. Shuf All*2 to play all the tracks in all the connected CD (MD) units (including this unit) in random order.
*1 Available only when one or more optional CD (MD) units are connected. *2 Available only when one or more optional CD units, or two or more optional MD units are connected (CDX-M770/M670). *3 Available only when one or more optional MD units, or tow or more optional CD units are connected (MDX-M690).
Switch display item
Scroll display item (SCRL)
*1 When pressing (DSPL/PTY), NO D.Name or NO T.Name indicates that there is no Disc Memo (page 13) or prerecorded name to display. *2 Only for CD TEXT discs with the artist name. Notes Some characters cannot be displayed. For some CD TEXT discs with very many characters, information may not scroll. This unit cannot display the artist name for each track of a CD TEXT disc. Tip When Auto scroll is set to off, and the disc/track is changed, the disc/track name does not scroll.
During playback, press (2) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Shuffle Play starts. To return to normal play mode, select Shuf off.
Note Shuf All will not shuffle tracks between CD units and MD units.
Labelling a CD
Disc Memo (For a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function)
You can label each disc with a custom name (Disc Memo). You can enter up to 8 characters for a disc. If you label a CD, you can locate the disc by name (page 14).
Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a name. There is another way to start labelling a CD: Press (LIST) for 2 seconds instead of performing steps 2 and 3. You can also complete the operation by pressing (LIST) for 2 seconds instead of step 5. You can label CDs on a unit without the CUSTOM FILE function if that unit is connected along with a CD unit that has the function. The Disc Memo will be stored in the memory of the CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function. Note Repeat/shuffle play is suspended until the Name Edit is complete.
Start playing the disc you want to label in a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function. Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Edit appears. Press (ENTER).
Viewing the Disc Memo
As a display item, the Disc Memo always takes priority over any original CD TEXT information.
(DSPL/PTY) during CD/CD TEXT disc playback
The unit will repeat the disc during the labelling procedure.
Enter the characters. 1 Press M*1 repeatedly to select the desired character.
Tip To find out about other items that can be displayed, see page 12.
Erasing the Disc Memo
A t B t C. t 0 t 1 t 2. t + tt. t *2 t A
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the CD unit storing the Disc Memo. Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Del appears. Press (ENTER). The stored names will appear. Press M or m repeatedly to select the disc name you want to erase. The stored names will appear. Press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 5 and 6 if you want to erase other names. Press (ENTER). The unit returns to normal CD play mode.
*1 For reverse order, press x. *2 (blank space)
2 Press , after locating the desired character.
If you press < (the () side of (SEEK)), you can move back to the left. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name.
To return to normal CD play mode, press (ENTER).
Notes When the Disc Memo for a CD TEXT disc is erased, the original CD TEXT information is displayed. If you cannot find the Disc Memo you want to erase, try selecting a different CD unit in step 2.
Locating a disc by name
List-up (For a CD unit with the CD TEXT/ CUSTOM FILE function, or an MD unit)
You can use this function for discs that have been assigned custom names*1 or for CD TEXT discs*2.
*1 Locating a disc by its custom name: when you assign a name for a CD (page 13) or an MD. *2 Locating discs by the CD TEXT information: when you play a CD TEXT disc on a CD unit with the CD TEXT function.
Selecting specific tracks for playback
Bank (For a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function)
If you label the disc, you can set the unit to skip or play the tracks of your choice.
Start playing the disc you want to label. Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Bank Sel appears. Press (ENTER).
Press (LIST). The name assigned to the current disc appears in the display.
Press M or m repeatedly until you find the desired disc. Press (ENTER) to play the disc.
Label the tracks. 1 Press < or , repeatedly to select the track you want to label. 2 Press (ENTER) repeatedly to select Play or Skip.
Note Some letters cannot be displayed (exception: Disc Memo).
Repeat step 4 to set Play or Skip for all the tracks. Press (ENTER). The unit returns to normal CD play mode.
Notes You can set Play and Skip for up to 24 tracks. You cannot set Skip for all the tracks on a CD.
Playing specific tracks only
You can select: Bank on to play the tracks with the Play setting. Bank inv (Inverse) to play the tracks with the Skip setting.
The unit can store up to 6 stations per band (FM1, FM2, FM3, MW, and LW).
During playback, press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Bank on, Bank inv, or Bank off appears Press , repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
When tuning in stations while driving, use Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents.
Storing stations automatically
Best Tuning Memory (BTM)
Press (ENTER). Playback starts from the track following the current one.
The unit selects the stations with the strongest signals within the selected band, and stores them in the order of their frequency.
To return to normal play mode, select Bank off in step 2.
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until BTM appears. Press (ENTER). A beep sounds when the setting is stored.
Notes If only a few stations can be received due to weak signals, some number buttons will retain their former settings. When a number is indicated in the display, the unit starts storing stations from the one currently displayed.
Receiving the stored stations
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. Press the number button ((1) to (6)) on which the desired station is stored.
Storing only the desired stations
You can manually preset the desired stations on any chosen number button.
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. Press either side of (SEEK) to tune in the station that you want to store. Press the desired number button ((1) to (6)) for 2 seconds until MEM appears. The number button indication appears in the display.
Tip Press M or m to receive the stations in the order they are stored in the memory (Preset Search function).
Staying with one regional programme
When AF function is on: this units factory-set setting restricts reception to a specific region, so you wont be switched to another regional station with a stronger frequency. If you leave this regional programmes reception area or would like to take advantage of the whole AF function, select REG off from the MENU (page 34).
Note This function does not work in the United Kingdom and in some other areas.
Select an FM station (page 15). Press (AF) repeatedly until AF on appears. The unit starts searching for an alternative frequency with a stronger signal in the same network. If NO AF flashes, the currently tuned into station does not have an alternative frequency.
Local Link function (United Kingdom only)
This function enables you to select other local stations in the area, even if they are not stored on your number buttons.
Note When there is no alternative frequency in the area or when you do not need to search for one, turn the AF function off by selecting AF off.
Press a number button ((1) to (6)) that has a local station stored on it. Within 5 seconds, press the number button of the local station again. Repeat this procedure until the desired local station is received.
Receiving traffic announcements
By activating the Traffic Announcement (TA) and Traffic Programme (TP), you can automatically tune in an FM station broadcasting traffic announcements. These settings function regardless of the current FM programme/source, CD/MD; the unit switches back to the original source when the bulletin is over. Press (TA) repeatedly until TA on appears. The unit starts searching for traffic information stations. TP indicates reception of such stations, and TA flashes during an actual traffic announcement. The unit will continue searching for stations available with TP if NO TP is indicated. To cancel all traffic announcements, select TA off.
Presetting RDS stations with AF and TA setting
When you preset RDS stations, the unit stores each stations AF/TA setting (on/off) as well as its frequency. You can select a different setting (for AF, TA, or both) for individual preset stations, or the same setting for all preset stations. If you preset stations with AF on, the unit automatically stores stations with the strongest radio signal.
Adjusting the balance (FAD) (CDX-M670, MDX-M690 only)
You can adjust the sound balance from the front and rear speakers.
Adjusting the cut-off frequency and the output volume level for the front/rear speakers
To match the characteristics of the installed speaker system, you can adjust the output volume level and select the cut-off frequency of the speakers.
Level Cut-off frequency
Press (SOURCE) to select a source (tuner, CD, or MD). Press (SOUND) repeatedly until FAD appears.
Press (MENU). Press M or m repeatedly to select Front HPF or Rear HPF Press (ENTER).
Press < or , to select the cut-off frequency. Each time you press < or ,, the frequency changes as follows: off y 78 Hz y 99 Hz y 125 Hz y 157 Hz y 198 Hz
Press M or m to adjust the volume level. The volume level is adjustable by 1 dB steps from 12 dB to +12 dB.
Tip When you lower the volume all the way down, dB appears and the cut-off frequency is disabled.
Press M or m repeatedly until Sub LPF appears. Press (ENTER).
Adjusting the volume of the subwoofer(s)
Press (SOURCE) to select a source (tuner, CD, or MD). Press (SOUND) repeatedly until SUB appears.
Press < or , to select the desired cut-off frequency. Each time you press < or ,, the frequency changes as follows: 62 Hz y 78 Hz y 99 Hz y 125 Hz y 157 Hz y off
Press M or m to adjust the volume. The volume level is adjustable by 1 dB steps from 12 dB to +12 dB.
Press (ENTER). After the frequency setting is complete, the display returns to the normal playback mode.
Press < or , to adjust the volume. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode.
Tip When you press < repeatedly to adjust the volume all the way down, dB appears and the cutout frequency of the subwoofer is disabled.
Other adjustable items (CDXM670, MDX-M690 only)
The following items can be adjusted: HPF (High pass filter) to select the cut-off frequency to off, 78 Hz, or 125 Hz. LPF (Low pass filter) to select the cut-off frequency to 78 Hz, 125 Hz, or off. Loud (Loudness) to enjoy bass and treble even at low volumes. The bass and treble will be reinforced.
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By rotating the control
Rotate and release to:
Tip For information or lithium battery, refer to Notes on lithium battery (page 36)
Skip tracks. Tune in stations automatically.
Rotate, hold, and release to:
Fast-forward/reverse a track. Find a station manually.
By pushing in and rotating the control
Quickly attenuating the sound
(With the rotary commander or the card remote commander)
Press (ATT) on the rotary commander or card remote commander. ATT on appears in the display momentarily. To restore the previous volume level, press (ATT) again.
Tip When the interface cable of a car telephone is connected to the ATT lead, the unit decreases the volume automatically when a telephone call comes in (Telephone ATT function).
Push in and rotate the control to:
Receive preset stations. Change the disc*.
* When an optional CD/MD unit is connected. Tip You need to push in and rotate the control each time you select a preset station and a disc.
Changing the operative direction
The operative direction of controls is factory-set as shown below.
Selecting the spectrum analyzer
The sound signal level is displayed on a spectrum analyzer. You can select a display for 5 patterns (A-1, A-2, B-1 to B-3), or the automatic display mode and OFF where all the patterns appear.
If you need to mount the rotary commander on the right hand side of the steering column, you can reverse the operative direction.
Press (SOURCE) to select a source (radio, CD, or MD). Press (MENU). Press M or m repeatedly until SA appears.
Press < or , repeatedly to select the desired setting. Press (ENTER).
Set the Rev/Nor-select switch to Rev.
Press (SOUND) for 2 seconds while pushing the VOL control.
Changing the sound and display settings
The following items can be set:
Sound (CDX-M670, MDX-M690 only)
HPF (High pass filter) (page 31) LPF (Low pass filter) (page 31) Loud (Loudness) (page 31)
Local on/off (Local seek mode) (page 16) Select on to only tune into stations with stronger signals. Mono on/off (Monaural mode) (page 16) Select on to hear FM stereo broadcast in monaural. Select off to return to normal mode. REG on/off (Regional) (page 18)
Clock (page 10) CT (Clock Time) (page 21) Beep to turn the beeps on or off. Multi language (language selection) to change the display language to English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Polish, Czech, or Turkish. P.Out 4.0V/5.5V to change the pre-out of the power amplifier to 4.0V or 5.5V. Selectable only when the unit is turned off. (CDX-M770 only)
If you press <, you can move back to the left. 4 Repeat steps 1 to 3 to enter the entire sentence.
To restore the indication, select AUX-A on.
Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a sentence. To erase all sentences, press (ENTER) for 2 seconds after step 4- 2.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Notes For safety, turn off the ignition before cleaning the connectors, and remove the key from the ignition switch. Never touch the connectors directly with your fingers or with any metal device.
Replacing the lithium battery
Under normal conditions, batteries will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the card remote commander becomes shorter. Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium battery.
Fuse (10 A)
Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding the one supplied with the unit as this could damage the unit.
Cleaning the connectors
The unit may not function properly if the connectors between the unit and the front panel are not clean. In order to prevent this, detach the front panel (page 9) and clean the connectors with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Do not apply too much force. Otherwise, the connectors may be damaged.
Notes on lithium battery
Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a good contact. Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the battery. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur. WARNING Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
Back of the front panel
Removing the unit
With the front panel open
If the front panel does not open because of a blown fuse
Remove the front cover 1 Press the clip inside the front cover with a release key (supplied), and pry the front cover free.
Remove the front cover 1 Press (OPEN/CLOSE) or (OPEN) of the unit, then press the clip inside the front cover with a thin screwdriver, and gently pry the front cover free.
Release key (supplied) Note To protect the surface of the unit, put thin cloth between release key and the unit by inserting the release key.
2 Repeat step 1 on the left side. The front cover is removed.
Remove the unit 1 Use a thin screwdriver to push in the clip on the left side of the unit, then pull out the left side of the unit until the catch clears the mounting.
Remove the unit 1 Use a release key to push in the clip on the left side of the unit, then pull out the left side of the unit until the catch clears the mounting.
2 Repeat step 1 on the right side. 3 Slide the unit out of the mounting. 2 Repeat step 1 on the right side. 3 Slide the unit out of the mounting.
CD/MD Player section
Signal-to-noise ratio Frequency response Wow and flutter 90 dB 10 20,000 Hz Below measurable limit Tone controls (CDX-M670, MDX-M690 only) Bass 8 dB at 100 Hz Treble 8 dB at 10 kHz Loudness (CDX-M670, MDX-M690 only) +8 dB at 100 Hz +2 dB at 10 kHz Power requirements 12 V DC car battery (negative earth) Dimensions Approx. 182 mm (w/h/d) Mounting dimensions Approx. 160 mm (w/h/d) Mass Approx. 1.5 kg Supplied accessories Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Front panel case (1) Card remote commander RM-X111 Rotary commander RM-X5S (CDX-M770) Optional accessories Rotary commander RM-X5S (CDX-M670, MDX-M690) RM-X4S BUS cable (supplied with an RCA pin cord) RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m) Optional equipment CD changer (10 discs) CDX-848X, CDX-646 CD changer (6 discs) CDX-T68X, CDX-T67 MD changer (6 discs) MDX-65 Source selector XA-C30 DAB tuner unit XT-100DAB
Note This unit cannot be connected to a digital preamplifier or an equalizer. US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Tuning range Aerial terminal Intermediate frequency Usable sensitivity Selectivity Signal-to-noise ratio 87.5 108.0 MHz External aerial connector 10.7 MHz/450 kHz 8 dBf 75 dB at 400 kHz 66 dB (stereo), 72 dB (mono) Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz 0.6 % (stereo), 0.3 % (mono) Separation 35 dB at 1 kHz Frequency response 30 15,000 Hz
Tuning range Aerial terminal Intermediate frequency Sensitivity MW: 531 1,602 kHz LW: kHz External aerial connector 10.7 MHz/450 kHz MW: 30 V LW: 40 V
Power amplifier section
Outputs Speaker impedance Maximum power output Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors) ohms 52 W 4 (at 4 ohms)
Outputs Audio outputs (front/rear) Subwoofer output (mono) Power aerial relay control lead Power amplifier control lead Telephone ATT control lead Illumination control lead BUS control input connector BUS audio input connector Remote controller input connector (CDX-M670, MDX-690) Aerial input connector AUX IN connector (CDXM770 only)
The following checklist will help you remedy problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures.
The rotary commander RM-X5S cannot be operated.
Rotate the dial at the bottom of the rotary commander until it can be operated.
A disc cannot be loaded.
Press the (+) side of (VOL) to adjust the volume. Cancel the ATT function. Set the fader control to the centre position for a 2-speaker system.
The message LP appears in the display. MDLP tracks cannot be played back. (MDXM690 only)
Another CD/MD is already loaded. The CD/MD is forcibly inserted upside down or in the wrong way.
Playback does not begin.
Dirty or defective disc. CD-R that is not finalized, or a CD-RW. You tried to playback a CD-R not designed for audio use. Some CD-Rs may not play due to its recording equipment or the disc condition.
A disc is automatically ejected.
An optional MD unit does not conform to MDLP play back. t Use this unit to playback the MDLP tracks.
The contents of the memory have been erased.
The ambient temperature exceeds 50C.
CD will not be ejected. The operation buttons do not function.
Press the reset button.
The sound skips from vibration.
The reset button has been pressed. Store again into the memory. The power cord or battery has been disconnected. The power connecting cord is not connected properly.
No beep sound.
The beep sound is cancelled (page 34).
Indications disappear from/do not appear in the display.
(CDX-M770, CDX-M670) The unit is installed at an angle of more than 60. (MDX-M690) The unit is installed at an angle of more than 20. The unit is not installed in a sturdy part of the car.
The sound skips.
The clock display disappears if you press (OFF) for 2 seconds. t Press (OFF) again for 2 seconds to display the clock. Remove the front panel and clean the connectors. See Cleaning the connectors (page 36) for details.
Stored stations and correct time are erased. The fuse has blown. Makes noise when the ignition key is in the ON, ACC, or OFF position.
Dirty or defective disc.
Cannot turn off the -------- indication.
You entered the name edit mode. t Press (LIST) for 2 seconds.
Preset tuning is not possible.
Store the correct frequency in the memory. The broadcast signal is too weak.
The leads are not matched correctly with the cars accessory power connector.
No power is being supplied to the unit.
Check the connection. If everything is in order, check the fuse. The car does not have an ACC position. t Press (SOURCE) (or insert a disc) to turn on the unit.
The power is continuously supplied to the unit.
The car does not have an ACC position.
The power aerial does not extend.
The power aerial does not have a relay box.
The stations cannot be received. The sound is hampered by noises.
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