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|myronl||10:14pm on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|2008-11-25 07:04:03 Takes great pictures in normal light, average pictures in low light. Extremely easy to use and user friendly. Takes great pictures in normal light, average pictures in low light. Extremely easy to use and user friendly.|
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Table of Contents
Main unit.. 4 Remote Control.. 5
Adjusting the sound.. 17 Selecting the sound effect.. 17 Selecting the surround effect.. 17
Hooking up the system. 6 Inserting two R6 (size AA) batteries into the remote.. 8 Setting the time.. 9 Saving the power in standby mode. 9
Enhancing video game sound Game Sync. 18 Falling asleep to music Sleep Timer.. 18 Waking up to music Daily Timer.. 18
Loading a CD.. 10 Playing a CD Normal Play/Shuffle Play/ Repeat Play.. 10 Programing CD tracks Program Play.. 11 Using the CD display. 12
Connecting a video game machine. 19
Precautions.. 20 Troubleshooting.. 22 Messages.. 24 Specifications.. 24
Presetting radio stations.. 12 Listening to the radio Preset Tuning.. 13
Loading a tape.. 14 Playing a tape.. 14 Recording to a tape CD Synchro Recording/ Recording Manually.. 15 Timer-recording radio programs. 16
The items are arranged in alphabetical order. Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.
wk wj wh wg wf wd
qs waw;ql qk qj qh qg qf qd
AUDIO jacks wd (19) CD wk (10 12, 15) CD SYNC qh (15) Deck A ws (14) Deck B qs (14 16) DISC 4 (10, 11) DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE 3 (10, 11) Disc tray 5 (10) DISPLAY w; (12) EFFECT ON/OFF qd (17) GAME wg (18 20)
GAME EQ ql (17, 18, 20) GROOVE 8 (17) MOVIE EQ 7 (17) MUSIC EQ 2 (17) PHONES jack 0 REC PAUSE/START qg (15) TAPE A/B wh (14, 15) TUNER/BAND wj (12, 13, 15) VIDEO jack wf (19, 20) VOLUME control 9
?/1 (power) 1 Z OPEN/CLOSE 6 Z (deck B) qa M (fast forward) qf. (go back) qj > (go forward) qj X (pause) qj H (play) qj x (stop) qj m (rewind) qk Z (deck A) wa
5 wa w; ql qk qj qh qg q; qa qs qd qf
CD ql (10 12, 15) CLEAR w; (11) CLOCK/TIMER SELECT 2 (16, 19) CLOCK/TIMER SET 3 (9, 16, 18) DISPLAY 6 (12) D.SKIP 7 (10) ENTER qg (9, 11 13, 16, 18, 19) EQ +/ qf (17) GAME 0 (18 20) GROOVE qd (17)
ON/OFF qh (17) PLAY MODE wa (10, 11) PRESET +/ 5 (13) REPEAT 8 (11) SLEEP 1 (18) STEREO/MONO 8 (13) SURROUND qa (17) TAPE A/B 9 (14, 15) TUNER MEMORY qj (12, 13) TUNER/BAND qk (12, 13) TUNING +/ 5 (12, 13) VOL +/ qs
?/1 (power) 4 M (fast forward) 5. (go back) 5 > (go forward) 5 X (pause) 5 N (play) 5 m (rewind) 5 x (stop) 5
Hooking up the system
Perform the following procedure 1 to 5 to hook up your system using the supplied cords and accessories.
Surround speaker (Right)* AM loop antenna Surround speaker (Left)*
Front speaker (Right) * MHC-RG4SR only Front speaker (Left)
1 Connect the front speakers.
Connect the speaker cords to the SPEAKER jacks as shown below.
Insert only the stripped portion
2 Connect the surround speakers. (MHC-RG4SR only)
Connect the speaker cords to the SURROUND SPK OUT PUT jacks as shown below.
3 Connect the FM/AM antennas.
5 Connect the power cord to a wall outlet.
Set up the AM loop antenna, then connect it.
The demonstration appears in the display. When you press ?/1, the system turns on and the demonstration automatically ends. If the supplied adapter on the plug does not fit your wall outlet, detach it from the plug (only for models equipped with an adapter).
To connect optional components
Jack type A AM loop antenna Extend the FM lead antenna horizontally
See page 19.
To attach the front speaker pads
Attach the supplied front speaker pads to the bottom of the speakers to stabilize the speakers and prevent them from slipping.
Jack type B Extend the FM lead antenna horizontally AM loop antenna
FM CO75 AX IA
4 For models with a voltage selector, set VOLTAGE SELECTOR to the local power line voltage.
Keep the speaker cords away from the antennas to prevent noise. Do not place the surround speakers on top of a TV. This may cause distortion of the colors in the TV screen. Be sure to connect both left and right surround speakers. Otherwise, the sound will not be heard.
230 - 240V
Hooking up the system (continued)
Positioning the speakers (MHCRG4SR only)
Inserting two R6 (size AA) batteries into the remote
1 Place the front speakers at an angle of
45 degrees from your listening position.
Front speaker (L) Front speaker (R)
e E e E
45 Surround speaker (L) Surround speaker (R)
With normal use, the batteries should last for about six months. When the remote no longer operates the system, replace both batteries with new ones.
2 Place the surround speakers facing
each other at about 60 to 90 cm above your listening position.
Surround speaker 60 to 90 cm
If you do not use the remote for a long period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage.
When carrying this system
Perform the following procedure to protect the CD mechanism.
1 Make sure that all discs are removed from
2 Press ?/1 to turn off the system. 3 Unplug the power cord.
Setting the time
1 Press ?/1 to turn on the system. 2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET on the
Saving the power in standby mode
Press DISPLAY repeatedly when the system is off. Each time you press the button, the system switches cyclically as follows:
Proceed to step 5 when CLOCK appears in the display.
3 Press. or > repeatedly to select
Demonstration t Clock display t Power Saving Mode
4 Press ENTER on the remote. 5 Press. or > repeatedly to set the
?/1 indicator lights up even in the Power Saving Mode. The timer works even in the Power Saving Mode.
6 Press ENTER on the remote.
The minute indication flashes.
You cannot set the time in the Power Saving Mode.
7 Press. or > repeatedly to set the
To cancel the Power Saving Mode
8 Press ENTER on the remote.
Press DISPLAY once to show the demonstration or twice to show the clock display.
If you made a mistake or want to change the time, start over from step 2.
The clock settings are canceled when you disconnect the power cord or if a power failure occurs.
Loading a CD
1 Press Z OPEN/CLOSE.
The disc tray opens.
1 Press CD. 2 Press PLAY MODE on the remote
repeatedly until the mode you want appears in the display.
Select To play
2 Place a CD with the label side up on the
When you play a CD single (8 cm CD), place it on the inner circle of the tray.
ALL DISCS (Normal Play) 1DISC (Normal Play) ALL DISCS SHUF (Shuffle Play) 1DISC SHUF (Shuffle Play)
All CDs in the disc tray continuously. The CD you have selected in original order. The tracks on all CDs in random order. The tracks on the CD you have selected in random order. The tracks on all CDs in the order you want them to be played (see Programing CD tracks on page 11).
To insert additional discs, press DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE to rotate the disc tray.
3 Press Z OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc
PGM (Program Play)
Playing a CD
Normal Play/Shuffle Play/Repeat Play
This system lets you play the CD in different play modes.
Disc tray number
3 Press H (or N on the remote).
To Do this
Stop play Pause Select a track
Press x. Press X. Press again to resume play. During play or pause, press > (to go forward) or. (to go back). During play, press and hold M (to go forward) or m (to go back). Release it when you find the desired point. Press DISC or DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE (or D.SKIP on the remote).
Find a point in a track
Disc presence indicator Track number Playing time
Select a CD in stop mode
3 Press one of DISC to select a CD.
To program all the tracks on a CD at once, proceed to step 5 with AL displayed.
Switch to CD function from another source
Press DISC (Automatic Source Selection). However, if a CD is used in a program, play does not start even if you press CD 1 3. Press Z OPEN/CLOSE. Press DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE.
4 Press. or > until the desired
track appears in the display.
Disc tray number Total playing time (including selected track)
Remove a CD Exchange other CDs while playing Play repeatedly (Repeat Play)
Press REPEAT on the remote during play until REP or REP 1 appears. REP*: For all the tracks on the CD up to five times. REP 1**: For a single track only. To cancel playing repeatedly, press REPEAT until REP or REP 1 disappears.
5 Press ENTER on the remote.
The track is programed. The program step number appears, followed by the total playing time.
* You cannot select REP and ALL DISCS SHUF at the same time. ** When you select REP 1, that track is repeated endlessly until REP 1 is canceled.
6 Program additional discs or tracks.
To program Repeat steps
Other discs Other tracks on the same disc Other tracks on other discs
3 and and to 5
The play mode cannot be changed while playing a disc. To change the play mode, press x first to stop play.
Programing CD tracks
You can make a program of up to 32 tracks from all the CDs in the order you want to play them.
7 Press H (or N on the remote).
Cancel Program Play Clear a track from the end Clear the entire program
Press PLAY MODE on the remote repeatedly until PGM and SHUF disappear. Press CLEAR on the remote in stop mode. Press x once in stop mode or twice during play.
1 Press CD, then place a CD. 2 Press PLAY MODE on the remote
repeatedly until PGM appears in the display.
Programing CD tracks (continued)
Presetting radio stations
You can preset up to 20 stations for FM and 10 stations for AM.
The program you made remains after Program Play finishes. To play the same program again, press CD, then press H (or N on the remote). --.-- appears when the total CD program time exceeds 100 minutes, or when you select a CD track whose number is 21 or over.
1 Press TUNER/BAND repeatedly to
select FM or AM.
2 Press and hold m or M (or TUNING
or + on the remote) until the frequency indication starts to change, then release it.
Using the CD display
You can check the remaining time of the current track or the entire CD.
Press DISPLAY repeatedly. During normal play
Scanning stops automatically when the system tunes in a station.
Playing time of the current track t Remaining time of the current track t Remaining time of current CD t Clock display (for eight seconds) t Effect status
In stop mode
3 Press TUNER MEMORY on the remote.
A preset number appears in the display. The stations are stored from preset number 1.
deck A or B.
Stop play Pause Fast-forward or rewind Remove the cassette
Press x. Press X. Press again to resume play. Press m or M. Press Z.
2 Press Z. 3 Insert a tape in deck A or B with the
side you want to play/record facing forward.
With the side you want to play/record facing forward.
Searching for the beginning of the current or the next track (AMS)* To go forward
Press > during playback. TAPE A (or TAPE B) >> +1 appears.
To go back
Playing a tape
You can use TYPE I (normal) tape.
Press. during playback. TAPE A (or TAPE B) << 1 appears.
* AMS (Automatic Music Sensor)
1 Load a tape.
To play both decks in succession, press PLAY MODE on the remote repeatedly until RELAY (Relay Play)* appears in the display.
The AMS function may not operate correctly under the following circumstances: When the unrecorded space between songs is less than 4 seconds long. When the system is placed near a television.
2 Press H (or N on the remote).
The tape starts playing.
* After the playback of the front side of deck A, deck B plays the front side, then stops.
Recording to a tape
CD Synchro Recording/Recording Manually
You can record from a CD, tape or radio. You can use TYPE I (normal) tapes. The recording level is adjusted automatically.
Steps Recording from a CD (CD Synchro Recording) Load a recordable tape into deck B. Press CD. Load the CD you want to record. Press CD SYNC. Press CD, TAPE A/B or TUNER/BAND. Load the CD or tape, or tune in the station you want to record. Press REC PAUSE/START. Recording from a CD/tape/radio manually
Deck B stands by for recording. REC flashes.
Press REC PAUSE/START. Press REC PAUSE/START, and then start playing the desired source.
To stop recording
You cannot listen to other sources while recording.
For recording from the radio: If noise is heard while recording from the radio, move the respective antenna to reduce the noise.
Timer-recording radio programs
You can record a preset radio station from a specified time. To timer-record, you must first preset the radio station (see Presetting radio stations on page 12) and set the clock (see Setting the time on page 9).
5 Repeat step 4 to set the time to stop
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.
6 Load a recordable tape into deck B. 7 Press ?/1 to turn off the system.
When the recording starts, the volume level is set to minimum.
1 Tune in the preset radio station (see
Listening to the radio on page 13).
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET on the
Check the setting
SET DAILY appears.
SET REC, then press ENTER on the remote.
Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and press. or > repeatedly to select SEL REC. Then, press ENTER on the remote. To change the setting, start over from step 1. Press CLOCK/TIMER SELECT on the remote and press. or > repeatedly to select TIMER OFF, then press ENTER on the remote.
ON appears and the hour indication flashes in the display.
Cancel the timer
4 Set the time to start recording.
Press. or > repeatedly to set the hour, then press ENTER on the remote. The minute indication starts flashing. Press. or > repeatedly to set the minute, then press ENTER on the remote.
If the system is on at the preset time, the recording will not be made. When you use the Sleep Timer, Daily Timer and Timer-recording will not turn on the system until the Sleep Timer turns it off.
Adjusting the sound
You can reinforce the bass and create a more powerful sound.
To cancel the effect
Press EFFECT ON/OFF (or ON/OFF on the remote).
Sound effect options
SURR appears if you select an effect with surround effects.
MUSIC EQ Effect
GROOVE appears in the display and the volume switches to power mode. Press again to cancel GROOVE.
Selecting the sound effect
Selecting the effect from the music menu Press MUSIC EQ, MOVIE EQ or GAME EQ (or EQ +/* on the remote) repeatedly to select the preset you desire.
MOVIE EQ Effect
Standard music sources
Soundtracks and special listening situations
GAME EQ Effect
The preset name appears in the display. See the chart Sound effect options.
The video game machine image may appear on the TV screen even if the system is turned off. See Selecting the sound effect on page 17 for video game sound effects. If you press GAME while the system is off, the system turns on, the function switches to GAME, and the equalizer also switches to the GAME EQ. If you press GAME while the system is on, the function switches to GAME and the equalizer automatically switches to the GAME EQ in the same manner.
Place the system in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat build up. Do not place the system in an inclined position. Do not place the system in locations where it is: Extremely hot or cold Dusty or dirty Very humid Subject to vibrations Subject to direct sunlight.
On heat build up
Although the system heats up during operation, this is not a malfunction. Place the system in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the system. If you continuously use this system at a large volume, the cabinet temperature of the top, side and bottom rises considerably. To avoid burning yourself, do not touch the cabinet. To prevent a malfunction, do not cover the ventilation hole for the cooling fan.
If the system 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 system will not operate properly. Remove the CD and leave the system turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. When you move the system, take out any discs. If you have any questions or problems concerning your stereo system, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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.
When using a tape longer than 90 minutes
The tape is very elastic. Do not change the tape operations such as play, stop, and fast-winding frequently. The tape may get entangled in the tape deck.
Notes on CDs
Before playing, clean the CD with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the CD from the center out. Do not use solvents. Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight or heat sources.
Cleaning the tape heads
Clean the tape heads after every 10 hours of use. Be sure to clean the tape heads before you start an important recording or after playing an old tape. Use a separately sold dry-type or wet-type cleaning cassette. For details, refer to the instructions of the cleaning cassette.
Note on CD-R playback
Discs recorded on CD-R drives may not be played back because of scratches, dirt, recording condition or the drives characteristics. Besides, the discs, which are not yet finalized at the end of recording, cannot be played back.
Demagnetizing the tape heads
Demagnetize the tape heads and the metal parts that have contact with the tape every 20 to 30 hours of use with a separately sold demagnetizing cassette. For details, refer to the instructions of the demagnetizing cassette.
Optional Components/Additional Information
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. If you later want to reuse the tape for recording, cover the broken tab with adhesive tape.
Tab of side B
Tab of side A
Break off the cassette tab of side A
If you have any problem using this system, 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.
0:00 (or 12:00 AM) flashes in the display.
A power interruption occurred. Set the clock and timer settings again.
The timer does not function.
Set the clock correctly.
DAILY and REC do not appear when you press CLOCK/TIMER SET.
Set the timer correctly. Set the clock.
The remote does not function.
The display starts flashing as soon as you plug in the power cord even though you havent turned on the system (see step 5 of Hooking up the system on page 7).
There is an obstacle between the remote and the system. The remote is not pointing in the direction of the systems sensor. The batteries have run down. Replace the batteries.
There is acoustic feedback.
Press DISPLAY twice when the system is turned off. The demonstration disappears.
The clock setting/radio presetting/timer is canceled.
Reduce the volume.
The color irregularity on a TV screen persists.
The power cord is disconnected or a power failure occurs longer than half a day. Redo the following: Setting the time on page 9 Presetting radio stations on page 12 If you have set the timer, also redo Waking up to music on page 18 and Timer-recording radio programs on page 16.
There is no sound.
Turn off the TV set once, then turn it on after 15 to 30 minutes. If the color irregularity still persists, place the speakers farther away from the TV set.
PROTECT and PUSH POWER appear alternately.
Turn VOLUME clockwise. The headphones are connected. Insert only the stripped portion of the speaker cord into the SPEAKER jack. Inserting the vinyl portion of the speaker cord will obstruct the speaker connections. There is no audio output during timer recording.
There is severe hum or noise.
A strong signal was input. Press ?/1 to turn off the system, leave the system turned off for a while, then press ?/1 again to turn on the system. If PROTECT and PUSH POWER appear alternately even after the system is turned on again, press ?/1 to turn off the system and check the speaker cord.
A TV or VCR is placed too close to the stereo system. Move the stereo system away from the TV or VCR.
Sound comes from one channel or unbalanced left and right volume.
There is excessive wow or flutter, or the sound drops out.
The capstans or pinch rollers are dirty (see Cleaning the tape heads on page 21).
Noise increases or the high frequencies are erased.
Check the speaker connection and speaker placement.
Sound lacks bass.
Check that the speakers + and jacks are connected correctly.
The record/playback heads are magnetized (see Demagnetizing the tape heads on page 21).
The CD tray does not close.
There is severe hum or noise (TUNED or STEREO flashes in the display).
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 loaded label side down. There is moisture on the CD.
Adjust the antenna. The signal strength is too weak. Connect the external antenna.
A stereo FM program cannot be received in stereo.
Play does not start from the first track.
Press STEREO/MONO repeatedly until MONO disappears.
The player is in program or shuffle mode. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until PGM or SHUF disappears.
If other troubles not described above occur, reset the system as follows:
The tape does not record.
1 Unplug the power cord. 2 Plug the power cord back in. 3 Press x, DISPLAY, and ?/1 at the same
No tape in the cassette holder. The tab has been removed from the cassette (see To save a tape permanently on page 21). The tape has reeled to the end.
The tape does not record nor play or there is a decrease in sound level.
4 Press ?/1 to turn on the system.
The system is reset to the factory settings. All the settings you made are cleared.
The heads are dirty (see Cleaning the tape heads on page 21). The record/playback heads are magnetized (see Demagnetizing the tape heads on page 21).
The tape does not erase completely.
One of the following messages may appear or flash in the display during operation.
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS: (MHC-RG4SR USA model only)
There is no CD on the disc tray.
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: with 6 ohm loads both channels driven, from 120 10,000 Hz; rates 100 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)
You have reached the end of the CD.
(MHC-RG30T USA model only)
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: with 6 ohm loads both channels driven, from 120 10,000 Hz; rates 75 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, 30 W)
(MHC-RG20 USA model only)
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: with 6 ohm loads both channels driven, from 120 10,000 Hz; rates 60 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 10% total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output.
Canadian models: MHC-RG30T Continuous RMS power output (reference) 75 + 75 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 50 W) MHC-RG20 Continuous RMS power output (reference) 60 + 60 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 30 W) European model: MHC-RG20 DIN power output (rated) 80 + 80 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 50 + 50 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Music power output (reference) 200 + 200 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Other model: MHC-DX10 The following measured at AC 120, 220, 240 V 50/60 Hz DIN power output (rated) 100 + 100 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuous RMS power output (reference) 50 + 50 watts (6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Inputs GAME (AUDIO) IN (phono jack): voltage 450 mV, impedance 47 kilohms Outputs PHONES (stereo mini jack): accepts headphones of 8 ohms or more Front speaker: accepts impedance of 6 to 16 ohms Surround speaker (MHC-RG4SR only): accepts impedance of 6 to 16 ohms
CD player section
System Laser Compact disc and digital audio system Semiconductor laser (=780 nm) Emission duration: continuous 2 Hz 20 kHz (0.5 dB) nm More than 90 dB More than 90 dB
Frequency response Wavelength Signal-to-noise ratio Dynamic range
Tape deck section
Recording system Frequency response Wow and flutter 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
AM tuner section
87.5 108.0 MHz FM lead antenna 75 ohm unbalanced 10.7 MHz
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
Tuning range Pan-American models:
North American model: Front speaker SS-RG4 for MHC-RG4SR Speaker system 2-way, 2-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Woofer: 13 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 223 mm Mass Approx. 3.1 kg net per speaker North American and European models: Front speaker SS-RG20 for MHC-RG20 Speaker system 2-way, 2-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Woofer: 13 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 223 mm Mass Approx. 2.9 kg net per speaker Front speaker SS-RG30T for MHC-RG30T Speaker system 3-way, 3-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Sub Woofer: 13 cm, cone type Woofer: 13 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 254 mm Mass Approx. 4.0 kg net per speaker Surround speaker SS-RS60 for MHC-RG4SR Speaker system Full range, bass-reflex type Speaker units Full range: 8 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 16 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 198 mm Mass Approx. 1.0 kg net per speaker Other models: Front speaker SS-DX10 for MHC-DX10 Speaker system 2-way, 2-unit, bass-reflex type Speaker units Woofer: 13 cm, cone type Tweeter: 5 cm, cone type Nominal impedance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 223 mm Mass Approx. 2.9 kg net per speaker
Ver 1.0 2001. 06
MHC-DX10/RG4SR/RG20/RG30T 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
COMPONENT MODEL NAME
MHC-DX10 COMPACT DISK DECK RECEIVER SYSTEM FRONT SPEAKER REAR SPEAKER HCD-DX10 SS-DX10 HCD-RG4SR SS-RG4 SS-RS60 HCD-RG20 SS-RG20 HCD-RG30T SS-RG30T MHC-RG4SR MHC-RG20 MHC-RG30T
Australian Model E Model
Part No. 1-476-513-11 1-501-374-11 1-501-659-41 1-501-804-1-569-007-1-569-008-1-770-019-11 4-210-254-01 4-228-953-01 4-235-103-11 Description Remarks COMMANDER, STANDARD (RM-SR200) ANTENNA, LOOP(AM) ANTENNA (FM) (EXCEPT AEP, UK) ANTENNA (FM) (AEP, UK) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (E3) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (E51, SP, TW) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION PLUG 3P (UK) CUSHION (FOOT) COVER, BATTERY (FOR RM-SR200) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)
4-235-103-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (CND) 4-235-103-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (E51, MX, AR) 4-235-103-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH, SPANISH) (AEP, E2, E3, SP) 4-235-103-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN, DUTCH, ITALIAN, SWEDISH, POLISH) (AEP) 4-235-103-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CHINESE) (E3, SP, TW) 4-235-103-71 4-235-104-11 4-235-104-21 4-235-105-11 4-235-105-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (PERSIAN) (E3) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (DANISH, FINNISH) (AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (PORTUGUESE) (AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GREEK) (AEP) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (HUNGARIAN, CZECH) (AEP)
4-235-105-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TURKISH) (AEP) 4-235-105-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SLOVAK) (AEP) Abbreviation AR : Argentine model CND : Canadian model E2 : 120V AC Area in E model E3 : 240V AC Area in E model
The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
E51 MX SP TW
: Chilean and peruvian model : Mexican model : Singapore model : Taiwan model
MINI HI-FI COMPONENT SYSTEM
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Plus M-5 PE7700 Review 460PXN VGN-FE21S Rally 2 Ericsson S868 4 0 SA-AK29 Gateway KDL-40EX505 42PG2000 YZF600-2000 CX500S 25865 CM17A 14SH754 KM-6330 Zokes Omron U22 1000 HS NX-148 DRC800 WR400F YP-T7Z WB-1400T HD200X 192E1SB RT 2005 22LC2D UE-46B7020 SF-530 WFS709TP 6 5 SB-100 SE1551B Nerorobo Camedia C-2 37LB2R 250 AE Citroen C6 Finder DCC170 ASF6180 2 0D B2 MT01-2005 62 SW Photosmart 8150 EHD60020P LA37A550p1R CCD-TR403 AR-550 AT-2005 CK-300 570S-TFT 18 X Evolution-IV YST-SW315 WF-651 AH-C560R BH-216 CDX-GT434U R-208 Dmrex83 LAC-M1600 Cesi FCD Aspire-5030 PDR-555RW EP737 Powershot A560 Samtron 50V Confort Metadec2 Centre PC Future PM-16 SC-HT860 BEE-player SA-EX320 HR-S7700 A6100 Table Watches VL-Z5S TH-42PM50 VGN-NS31m S 240DF MEH-P5100R 20 HBK Touch Full Jukebox MHC-1600 Decker 900 IC-2350H Models ICF-C233 MHC-LX10000 MW 7848 2400MP II GT
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