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MHC-BX9/DX9 are composed of following models. As for the service manual, it is issued for each component model, then, please refer to them.
AEP Model UK Model
E Model Australian Model
COMPONENT MODEL NAME
MHC-BX9 MHC-DX9 HCD-DX9 SS-DX9
COMPACT DISC DECK RECEIVER SYSTEM SPEAKER SYSTEM
G AED EA MY
: German model : North European model : Saudi Arabia model : Malaysia model
SP MX AR AUS
: Singapore model : Mexican model : Argentine model : Australian model
General Power requirements European model: Australian model: Mexican model: Other models: 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz 230-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz 120 V, 220 V or 230-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Adjustable with voltage selector
Part No. Description ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ******************************** 1-418-761-11 1-501-374-11 1-501-659-71 1-501-804-11 1-558-848-11 4-210-254-01 4-226-481-11 4-226-481-21 4-226-481-31 COMMANDER,STANDARD (RM-SR100) ANTENNA,LOOP ANTENNA (FM)(DX9) ANTENNA (FM)(BX9) CORD,SPEAKER CONNECTION Remark
Power consumption European models: Other models: Dimensions (w/h/d) Mass MHC-BX9: MHC-DX9: Supplied accessories:
180 watts 300watts Approx. 280 x 360 x 425 mm
CUSHION (FOOT) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)(BX9: AEP,CIS/ DX9) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (FRENCH)(BX9: AEP/ DX9: E,SP,MY,EA) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (BX9: AEP/ DX9: E,AR,MX,SP,MY) 4-226-481-41 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (CHINESE)(DX9: SP,MY,EA) 4-226-481-51 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (ARABIC)(DX9: EA) 4-226-482-11 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (DUTCH,ITALIAN,PORTUGUESE) (BX9: AEP) 4-226-482-21 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (DENMARK,FINNISH,SWEDISH) (BX9: CIS) 4-226-482-31 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (GERMAN)(BX9: AEP,G) 4-226-482-41 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (POLISH,RUSSIAN)(BX9: CIS) 4-226-482-51 4-226-482-71 4-226-482-81 4-226-483-61 4-228-952-01 MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (CZECH)(BX9: CIS) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (TURKISH)(BX9: CIS) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (GREEK)(BX9: CIS) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION (HUNGARIAN)(BX9: CIS) COVER,BATTERY (FOR RM-SR100)
Approx. 9.5 kg Approx. 11.0 kg AM loop antenna (1) Remote Commander (1) Batteries (2) FM lead antenna (1) Front speaker pads (8)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
MINI Hi-Fi COMPONENT SYSTEM
Audio Entertainment Group
2000D001670-1 Printed in Japan 2000.4 Published by HA Quality Assurance Dept.
About this manual
The instructions in this manual are for MHC-BX9/DX9/BX7/DX7/BX5 and DX5. MHC-BX9 is the model used for illustration purposes only. The location of some buttons on MHC-DX9/BX7/DX7/BX5/DX5 is different, but the name of the buttons is the same.
Table of Contents
Step 1: Hooking up the system. 4 Step 2: Setting the time.. 7 Step 3: Presetting radio stations.. 8 Saving the power in standby mode.. 9
Adjusting the sound.. 27 Selecting the audio emphasis. 28 Changing the spectrum analyzer display.. 29 Selecting the surround effect. 29 Adjusting the graphic equalizer. 30
Playing a CD... 10 Recording a CD. 12 Listening to the radio.. 13 Recording from the radio.. 14 Playing a tape.. 15 Recording from a tape.. 17
Using the Radio Data System (RDS)*... 31 Singing along: Karaoke.. 33 Falling asleep to music. 35 Waking up to music.. 35 Timer-recording radio programs. 37
The CD Player
Using the CD display.. 18 Playing the CD tracks repeatedly. 19 Playing the CD tracks in random order.. 20 Programming the CD tracks.. 21
Connecting audio components.. 38 Connecting a VCR.. 39 Connecting external antennas. 40
The Tape Deck
Recording on a tape manually. 23 Recording a CD by specifying track order.. 24
Precautions.. 41 Troubleshooting.. 42 Specifications.. 45 Index.. Back Cover
* European model only
Looping part of a CD.. 26 Flashing part of a CD.. 26
Step 1: Hooking up the system
Do the following procedure 1 to 5 to hook up your system using the supplied cords and accessories.
Surround speaker* (Right) AM loop antenna FM antenna Surround speaker* (Left)
Front speaker (Right)
* MHC-BX7/DX7 only.
Front speaker (Left)
1 Connect the speakers.
Connect the speaker cords of front speakers to the SPEAKER jacks as below.
Insert only the stripped portion.
2 Connect the surround speaker
Connect the speaker cords to SURROUND SPEAKER jacks.
Keep the speaker cords away from the antennas to prevent noise. The type of speakers supplied varies according to the model you purchased (see Specifications on page 45).
4 For models with a voltage selector,
set VOLTAGE SELECTOR to the position of your local power line voltage.
(For European and North American models only)
You can lower the power consumption to minimum (Power Saving Mode) and save energy in standby mode.
To set another station to the existing preset number
Start over from step 1. After step 3, turn SHUTTLE until it clicks to select the preset number you want to store the other station. You can add a new preset number after the last preset number.
To erase the preset station
1 Hold down TUNER MEMORY until a preset number appears in the display.
2 Turn SHUTTLE until it clicks to select the preset number you want to erase. Select ALL ERASE when you want to erase all the preset stations. 3 Press ENTER. COMPLETE appears. When you erase a preset number, the preset number decreases by one and all preset numbers following the erased one are renumbered.
, Press DISPLAY repeatedly when the
power is off. Every time you press the button, the system switches as follows:
t Demonstration t Clock Power Saving Mode T The system is turned on/off by pressing ?/1.
To change the AM tuning interval
(Except for the European and Middle Eastern models)
The AM tuning interval is factory set to 9 kHz (10 kHz in some areas). To change the AM tuning interval, tune in any AM station first, then turn off the power. While holding down the ENTER button, turn the power back on. When you change the interval, AM preset stations will be erased. To reset the interval, repeat the same procedure.
?/1 indicator and timer indicator (when the timer is set) light up even in the Power Saving Mode. The timer works in the Power Saving Mode.
The preset stations are retained for half a day even if you unplug the power cord or if a power failure occurs.
You cannot set the time in the Power Saving Mode.
To cancel the Power Saving Mode
Press DISPLAY once to show the demonstration, twice to show the clock display.
Playing a CD
You can play up to three CDs in a row.
DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE
Press Z OPEN/CLOSE and place a CD on the disc tray.
If a disc is not placed properly, it will not be recognized.
With the label side up. When you play a CD single, place it on the inner circle of the tray.
Press CD SYNC HI-DUB.
Deck B stands by for recording and the CD player stands by for playback. The REC PAUSE/START button flashes.
Press DIRECTION repeatedly to select g to record on one side. Select j (or RELAY) to record on both sides. Press REC PAUSE/START.
To stop recording
Press x. Tips
If you want to record from the reverse side, press TAPE A/B to select deck B after step 1. Press nN to start playback of the reverse side, then press x where you want to start recording. TAPE B reverse side indicator lights up (see page 16). When you record on both sides, be sure to start from the front side. If you start from the reverse side, recording stops at the end of the reverse side. When you want to reduce the hiss noise in lowlevel high-frequency signals, press DOLBY NR so that DOLBY NR appears after pressing CD SYNC HI-DUB (MHC-BX9/DX9 only).
Press Z and insert a recordable tape into deck B.
With the side you want to record facing forward
You cannot listen to other sources while recording.
Listening to the radio
Preset radio stations in the tuner's memory first (see Step 3: Presetting radio stations).
Every time you press the button, the band changes as follows: FM y AM
Turn SHUTTLE until it clicks (or press PRESET +/ on the remote) to tune in the preset station you want.
Turn counterclockwise (or press PRESET on the remote) for lower preset numbers. Preset number*
Turn clockwise (or press PRESET + on the remote) for higher preset numbers. Frequency
* When only one station is preset, ONE PRESET appears in the display.
Do this Press ?/1. Turn VOLUME (or press VOL +/ on the remote).
Turn off the radio
Adjust the volume
TUNING +/ PRESET +/
Listening to the radio (continued) To listen to non-preset radio stations
Use manual or automatic tuning in step 2. For manual tuning, press + or (or TUNING +/ on the remote) repeatedly. For automatic tuning, press and hold + or (or TUNING +/ on the remote). Tips
When an FM program is noisy, press STEREO/MONO so that MONO appears in the display. There will be no stereo effect, but the reception will improve. Press the button again to restore the stereo effect. To improve broadcast reception, reorient the supplied antennas.
All the tracks on the current CD up to 5 times All the tracks on all CDs up to 5 times Only one track
To cancel Repeat Play
Press REPEAT until REPEAT OFF scrolls and REPEAT or REPEAT 1 disappears from the display. Notes
REPEAT (ALL) mode is canceled if you press PLAY MODE repeatedly until SHUFFLE ALL DISCS appears. During Program Play, the program is also repeated up to 5 times.
Playing the CD tracks in random order
You can play all the tracks on one CD or all CDs in random order.
To cancel Shuffle Play
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until SHUFFLE or PGM disappears from the display. The tracks continue playing in their original order.
To select a desired CD
Press DISC 1~3. Tips
You can start Shuffle Play during normal play by pressing PLAY MODE repeatedly to select SHUFFLE. To skip a track, press >.
Press CD, then place a CD. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until SHUFFLE 1 DISC or SHUFFLE ALL DISCS appears in the display.
ALL DISCS shuffles all the CDs in the player. 1 DISC shuffles the CD whose DISC indicator is lit green.
All the tracks play in random order.
Programming the CD tracks
You can make a program of up to 32 tracks from all the CDs in the order you want them to be played.
Press CD, then place a CD. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until PROGRAM scrolls and PGM appears in the display. Press one of the DISC 1~3 buttons to select a CD.
To program all the tracks on a CD at once, proceed to step 5 while AL appears on the display.
Press. or > repeatedly until the track you want appears in the display.
Disc tray Total playing time number (including selected track)
The track(s) is (are) programmed. The program step number appears, followed by the total playing time.
To program additional tracks, repeat steps 3 to 5. Skip step 3 to select tracks from the same disc. Press nN.
All the tracks play in the order you selected.
CD CHECK CLEAR
Programming the CD tracks (continued) To cancel Program Play
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until PGM or SHUFFLE disappears from the display.
To Check the program Press CHECK on the remote repeatedly. After the last track, CHECK END appears. CLEAR on the remote in stop mode. CHECK on the remote repeatedly until the number of the track to be erased lights up, then press CLEAR. 1 Select the disc tray with a DISC 1~3 button. 2 Select the track by pressing. or >. 3 Press ENTER. x once in stop mode or twice while playing.
Press MENU +/ while holding LOOP on the remote (or press b/B while holding LOOP*) to select different LOOP lengths (LOOP 1~20).
* For European and North American models only.
Press and hold both LOOP and FLASH at the same time. Notes
The loop and flash length cannot be adjusted during this operation. Adjust the loop and flash lengths independently beforehand if necessary. To record the loop or flash effect, use the tape deck on this unit.
Adjusting the sound
You can reinforce the bass, create a more powerful sound, and listen with headphones.
The V-GROOVE function will be automatically cancelled, when you select GROOVE.
To listen through the headphones
Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound will come from the speakers.
To reinforce lower bass sound (V-GROOVE)
Press V-GROOVE. V-GROOVE ON appears in the display. The lower bass frequency of the music you are listening to is powerfully reinforced, the equalizer curves changes, loudness increased and the V-GROOVE button lights up. Press V-GROOVE again to return to the previous level.
For a powerful sound (GROOVE)
Press GROOVE. GROOVE ON appears in the display. The volume switches to power mode, the equalizer curve changes, and the GROOVE indicator lights up. Press GROOVE again to return to the previous volume.
Selecting the audio emphasis
The audio emphasis menu lets you select the sound characteristics according to the sound you are listening to.
, Press b/B (or MENU +/ on the remote) to select the preset you want.
The preset name appears in the display. See the chart Music menu options.
To select USER FILE
Selecting the effect from music menu
?/1 (Power) b/B Function indicator
To cancel the effect
Press V (or ON/OFF on the remote) repeatedly so that EFFECT OFF appears in the display.
Music menu options
SURROUND appears if you select an effect with surround effects.
ROCK POP JAZZ DANCE SOUL ORIENTAL ACTION DRAMA SF GAME USER FILE
Standard music sources
To check the RDS information
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes as follows: t Station name* x Frequency x Program type* x Clock display x Effect status
* If the RDS broadcast is not received, the station name and program type may not appear in the display.
Locating a station by program type (PTY)
You can locate a station you want by selecting a program type. The unit tunes in the type of programs currently being broadcast from the RDS stations stored in the tuners preset memory.
Receiving RDS broadcasts
, Simply select a station from the FM band. When you tune in a station that provides RDS services, the station name appears in the display.
Using the Radio Data System (RDS) (continued)
DRAMA Radio plays and serials CULTURE Programs about national or regional culture, language and social concerns SCIENCE Programs about the natural sciences VARIED Programs containing celebrity interviews, panel games, and comedy POP M Popular music programs ROCK M Rock music programs EASY M Easy listening (middle of the road music) LIGHT M Classical music, such as instrumental, vocal, and choral works CLASSICS Performances of major orchestras, chamber music, opera, etc. OTHER M Music, such as jazz, rhythm and blues, and reggae WEATHER Weather information FINANCE Stock market reports and tradings, etc. CHILDREN Program for children SOCIAL Programs about people and the things that affect them RELIGION Programs of religious contents PHONE IN Programs where members of the public express their views by phone or in a public forum TRAVEL Programs about travel. Not for announcements that are located by TP/TA
Press PTY while listening to the radio. Turn SHUTTLE until it clicks to select the program type you want. See the List of program types section below. Press ENTER.
The unit starts searching the preset RDS stations (SEARCH and the selected program type are shown alternately in the display). When the tuner receives a program, the preset station number flashes.
Turn SHUTTLE until it clicks to continue search for the station number you want. Press ENTER while the preset station number you want is flashing.
To cancel PTY search
Press PTY again.
List of program types (PTY)
NEWS News programs AFFAIRS Topical programs that expand on current news INFO Programs about consumer affairs, medical advice, etc. SPORT Sports programs EDUCATE Educational programs, such as how-to programs and advice
LEISURE Programs on recreational activities such as gardening, fishing, cooking, etc. JAZZ Jazz programs COUNTRY Country music programs NATION M Programs featuring the popular music of the country or region OLDIES Programs featuring oldies music FOLK M Folk music programs DOCUMENT Investigative features TEST Test signal for emergency broadcasts ALARM Emergency broadcasts NONE Any programming not defined above
CLOCK/ TIMER SELECT
, Press SLEEP.
Every time you press the button, the minute display (the turn-off time) changes as follows: AUTO t 90 t 80 t 70 t t 10 t OFF t AUTO
When you choose SLEEP AUTO
The power turns off when the current CD or tape finishes playback (for up to 100 minutes).
To check the remaining time
Press SLEEP once.
Prepare the music source you want to play.
CD: Insert a CD. To start from a specific track, make a program (see Programming the CD tracks on page 21). Tape: Insert a tape with the side you want to play facing forward. Radio: Tune in the preset station you want (see Step 3: Presetting radio stations on page 8).
To change the time to turn off
Select the time you want by pressing SLEEP.
To cancel the Sleep Timer function
Press SLEEP repeatedly until SLEEP OFF appears.
Adjust the volume. Press CLOCK/TIMER SET.
SET (DAILY 1) appears.
Waking up to music (continued)
The type of timer (DAILY 1 or DAILY 2), followed by the start time, stop time and the music source, appears, then the original display appears.
Press. or > repeatedly to select DAILY 1 (or 2), then press ENTER.
ON appears and the hour digits flash in the display.
Turn off the power.
To check the setting
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT and press. or > repeatedly to select the respective mode (DAILY 1 or DAILY 2), then press ENTER on the remote. To change the setting, start over from step 1.
To cancel the timer operation
Set the time to start playback.
Press. or > repeatedly to set the hour, then press ENTER. The minute indication starts flashing.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT and press. or > repeatedly to select TIMER OFF, then press ENTER. Notes
You cannot activate DAILY 1 and DAILY 2 timer at the same time. You cannot set timer if the timer on and off times are the same. When you use the Sleep Timer, Daily Timer and Timer recording will not turn on the system until the Sleep Timer turns it off. You cannot activate Daily Timer and Timer recording at the same time.
Tip Press. or > repeatedly on the remote to set the minute, then press ENTER. The hour indication flashes again.
The power turns on 15 seconds before the preset time.
Set the time to stop playback following the above procedure. Press. or > repeatedly until the music source you want appears.
The indications change as follows: t TUNER y CD PLAY T t TAPE PLAY T
Timer-recording radio programs
To timer-record, you must preset the radio station (see Step 3: Presetting radio stations on page 8) and set the clock (see Step 2: Setting the time on page 7) beforehand.
Set the time to start recording.
Press. or > repeatedly to set the minute, then press ENTER. The hour indication flashes again.
Set the time to stop recording following the above procedure.
The start time appears, followed by the stop time, the preset radio station to be recorded (e.g., TUNER FM 5), then the original display appears.
Insert a recordable tape into deck B. Turn off the power.
When the recording starts, the volume level is set to the minimum.
Tune in the preset radio station (see Listening to the radio). Press CLOCK/TIMER SET.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT and press. or > repeatedly to select REC, then press ENTER. To change the setting, start over from step 1.
Press. or > repeatedly to select REC, then press ENTER.
ON appears and the hour indication flash in the display.
If the power is on at the preset time, the recording will not be made. You cannot set the timer if the timer on and off times are the same. You cannot activate the Timer-recording and Daily Timer at the same time. When you used the Sleep Timer, Daily Timer and Timer recording will not turn on the system until the Sleep Timer turns it off.
Connecting audio components
Select one of the following two connections, depending on the equipment to be connected and method of connecting. Refer to the instructions of each component below.
Connecting an MD deck for listening to music
Make sure to match the color of the plugs and the connectors. To listen to the sound of the connected MD deck, press MD (VIDEO).
Connecting an MD deck for digital recording
You can record from CD into the MD deck digitally by connecting an optical cable.
To the DIGITAL IN jack of the MD deck
To the audio output of the MD deck
Optical Cover Holder
Keep the optical cover at the optical cover holder provided.
When you connect a Sony MD deck, you can use the MD N, X, and x buttons on this units remote to perform play, pause, and stop operations.
Connecting a VCR
The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet (mains) if it is not to be used for an extended period of time. To disconnect the cord (mains lead), pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the component, unplug the unit and have the component checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. The AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified service shop.
Cleaning the cabinet
Use a soft cloth slightly moistened with mild detergent solution.
To save a tape permanently
To prevent a tape from being accidentally recorded over, break off the cassette tab from side A or B as illustrated.
Place the unit in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the unit. Do not place the unit in an inclined position. Do not place the unit in locations where it is; Extremely hot or cold Dusty or dirty Very humid Vibrating Subject to direct sunlight
Tab of side B
Tab of side A Side A Break off the cassette tab of side A
If the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lens inside the CD player. Should this occur, the unit will not operate properly. Remove the CD and leave the unit turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. When you move the unit, take out any discs. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. If you later want to reuse the tape for recording, cover the broken tab with adhesive tape.
Precautions (continued) Before placing a cassette in the tape deck
Take up any slack in the tape. Otherwise the tape may get entangled in the parts of the tape deck and become damaged.
If you run into any problem using this unit, use the following check list. First, check that the power cord is connected firmly and the speakers are connected correctly and firmly. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Sound comes from one channel or unbalanced left and right volume. Check the speaker connection and speaker placement. Sound lacks bass. Check that the speakers + and jacks are connected correctly.
The CD tray does not close. The CD is not placed properly. The CD will not play. The CD is not lying flat in the disc tray. The CD is dirty. The CD is inserted label side down. Moisture condensation has built up. Remove the CD and leave the system turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. Play does not start from the first track. The player is in program or shuffle mode. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until PGM or SHUFFLE disappears. OVER is displayed. You have reached the end of the CD. Turn SHUTTLE counterclockwise.
Severe hum or noise (TUNED or STEREO flashes in the display). Adjust the antenna. The signal strength is too weak. Connect the external antenna. A stereo FM program cannot be received in stereo. Press STEREO/MONO so that MONO disappears.
The tape does not record. No tape in the cassette holder. The tab has been removed from the cassette (see To save a tape permanently on page 41). The tape has reeled to the end. The tape does not record nor play or there is a decrease in sound level. The heads are dirty. Clean them (see Cleaning the tape heads on page 42). The record/playback heads are magnetized. Demagnetize them (see Demagnetizing the tape heads on page 42). The tape does not erase completely. The record/playback heads are magnetized. Demagnetize them (see Demagnetizing the tape heads on page 42). There is excessive wow or flutter, or the sound drops out. The capstans or pinch rollers are dirty. Clean them (see Cleaning the tape heads on page 42). Noise increases or the high frequencies are erased. The record/playback heads are magnetized. Demagnetize them (see Demagnetizing the tape heads on page 42).
If other troubles not described above occur, reset the system as follows:
Press x, ENTER and ?/1 at the same time. Unplug the power cord. Plug the power cord back in. Press ?/1 to turn on the power.
The unit is reset to factory settings. All the settings you made, such as the preset stations, clock, and timer are cleared. You should set them again.
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS: (MHC-BX7 USA models only) POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION with 6 ohm loads both channels driven, from 120-10,000 Hz; rates 115 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 10% total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output.
Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 60 W)
(MHC-BX5 USA models only) POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION with 6 ohm loads both channels driven, from 120-10,000 Hz; rates 95 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 10% total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output.
Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 50 W)
European model: MHC-BX9 DIN power output (rated) 130 + 130 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 170 + 170 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Music power output (reference) 285 + 285 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) MHC-BX7 DIN power output (rated) 80 + 80 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 100 + 100 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Music power output (reference) 170 + 170 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) MHC-BX5 DIN power output (rated) 80 + 80 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 100 + 100 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Music power output (reference) 170 + 170 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Other models: MHC-DX9 The following measured at AC 120, 220, 240V 50/60 Hz DIN power output (rated) 220 + 220 watts (4 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 300 + 300 watts (4 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) MHC-DX7 The following measured at AC 120, 220, 240V 50/60 Hz DIN power output (rated) 160 + 160 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 200 + 200 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) MHC-DX5 The following measured at AC 120, 220, 240V 50/60 Hz DIN power output (rated) 95 + 95 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 125 + 125 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD)
Canadian model: MHC-BX7 Continuous RMS power output (reference) 120 + 120 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 60 W) MHC-BX5 Continuous RMS power output (reference) 80 + 80 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 50 W)
Inputs MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN: voltage 450 mV/250 mV, (phono jacks) impedance 47 kilohms MIC: sensitivity 1 mV, (phone jack) impedance 10 kilohms Outputs PHONES: accepts headphones of 8 (stereo mini jack) ohms or more FRONT SPEAKER: MHC-BX9/BX7/BX5/DX7/DX5: accepts impedance of 6 to 16 ohms MHC-DX9: accepts impedance of 4 to 16 ohms SURROUND SPEAKER: accepts impedance of (MHC-BX7/DX7 only) 16 ohms
AM tuner section Tuning range North American models: 530 1,710 kHz (with the interval set at 10 kHz) 531 1,710 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) European and Middle Eastern models: 531 1,602 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) Other models: 531 1,602 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz) 530 1,710 kHz (with the interval set at 10 kHz) Antenna AM loop antenna Antenna terminals External antenna terminal Intermediate frequency 450 kHz
CD player section
Compact disc and digital audio system Laser Semiconductor laser (=780nm) Emission duration: continuous Laser output Max. 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. Frequency response 2 Hz 20 kHz (0.5 dB) Wavelength nm Signal-to-noise ratio More than 90 dB Dynamic range More than 90 dB CD OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT (Square optical connector jack, rear panel) Wavelength 660 nm Output Level 18 dBm System
North American and European models: Front speaker SS-BX9 for MHC-BX9 Speaker system 2-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Woofer: 17 cm, cone type Tweeter: 2.5 cm, horn type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 260 x 480 x 415 mm (101/4 x 19 x 163/8 in.) Mass Approx. 9.5 kg net per speaker (20 1b. 15 oz.) Front speaker SS-BX7 for MHC-BX7 Front speaker SS-BX5 for MHC-BX5 Speaker system 3-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Super Woofer: 15 cm, cone type Woofer: 15 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) North American models: Approx. 250 x 360 x 360 mm (97/8 x 141/4 x 141/4 in.) European models: Approx. 250 x 360 x 340 mm (97/8 x 141/4 x 133/8 in.) Mass North American models: Approx. 6.2 kg net per speaker (13 1b. 11 oz.) European models: Approx. 6.0 kg net per speaker (13 1b. 4 oz.)
Tape player section
Recording system Frequency response (DOLBY NR OFF*) Wow and flutter * MHC-BX9/DX9 only 4-track 2-channel stereo 40 13,000 Hz (3 dB), using Sony TYPE I cassette 0.15% W.Peak (IEC) 0.1% W.RMS (NAB) 0.2% W.Peak (DIN)
FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner FM tuner section Tuning range Antenna Antenna terminals Intermediate frequency 87.5 108.0 MHz FM lead antenna 75 ohm unbalanced 10.7 MHz
Surround speaker SS-RS150 for MHC-BX7 (except Canadian model) Speaker system Full range, bass-reflex type, magnetically shielded Speaker units Full range: 8 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 16 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 270 x 108 x 200 mm (97/8 x 41/4 x 77/8 in.) Mass Approx. 2.0 kg net per speaker (4 1b. 7 oz.) Other models: Front speaker SS-DX9 for MHC-DX9 Speaker system 2-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Woofer: 17 cm, cone type Tweeter: 2.5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 4 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 260 x 480 x 415 mm (101/4 x 19 x 163/8 in.) Mass Approx. 9.5 kg net per speaker (20 1b. 15 oz.) Front speaker SS-DX7 for MHC-DX7 Speaker system 3-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Super Woofer: 15 cm, cone type Woofer: 15 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 250 x 360 x 360 mm (97/8 x 141/4 x 141/4 in.) Mass Approx. 6.2 kg net per speaker (13 1b. 11 oz.) Surround speaker SS-RS155 for MHC-DX7/ SS-RS155 for MHC-BX7 (Canadian model) Speaker system Full range, bass-reflex type, magnetically shielded Speaker units Full range: 8 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 16 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 250 x 100 x 241.2 mm (97/8 x 315/16 x 91/2 in.) Mass Approx. 1.54 kg net per speaker (3 1b. 5 oz.) Front speaker SS-DX5/SS-DX5B for MHC-DX5 Speaker system 3-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Super Woofer: 15 cm, cone type Woofer: 15 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 250 x 395 x 360 mm (97/8 x 151/2 x 141/4 in.) Mass Approx. 6.6 kg net per speaker (14 1b. 9 oz.)
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