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User reviews and opinions
|LeoMoreira||11:19am on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|zen Its pretty good, the only thing is that it does not have a button to lock it. Terrible Interface Definitely an inferior replacement product.|
|yitbos42||9:49pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|zen quality this a great little MP3. What I love the most about this MP3 is the little speaker. It is so easy to use. Why oh why? Why oh why did they have to try and top the ordinary platforms we all use on out Macs and Windows with their own software??? Very Disappointed I bought the EZ100 to replace a previous Creative Zen which had broken (the volume switch failed to work).|
|marcoh||5:28pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010|
|Enjoy the exceptional value of this incredibly fun, uniquely stylish, and fully featured MP3 player. Carry your treasured music collection.|
|Scott176||12:34am on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|This player is unsurpassed in sound quality, ease of use, a most pleasant built-in speaker feature, and MOST of all, PRICE!!! A must have for the gym. Doesnt weigh down your shorts, bounces and doesnt break when you drop it because its so light. The speaker on the outside was absolutly fant... When I first got it the Mozaic was fantastic. But a few months later it froze constantly.|
|hariskar||10:52pm on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|I like the size of this product, the display is big enough and displays information nicely, the sound quality is really good.|
|william marsh||7:57am on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|None yet I have never been able to enjoy this product, as it does nothing but skip. Tried reformatting and it did not help.|
|tond||2:57pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|If the Creative Zen X-Fi has been equipped with Wi-Fi, and issued with the 16GB and 32GB versions. Type flash memory 8GB storage capacity of MP3 digital companion view quotation PC interface type USB 2. Design innovation implementation. In 2008.|
|jonglover||8:17pm on Friday, May 21st, 2010|
|I love it although i have not officially use it yet as you need to charge it for three hours before actually using it. The ZEN Mozaic is Creative latest portable media player. Due to its similar specs, it is said to be developed to replace the aging ZEN V series.|
|khakiguy||12:40pm on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|This past week I had the opportunity to test out the new Creative Zen Mosaic. While it is similar to the Zen V on the inside.|
|Sethia||1:37pm on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|This product does a good job of holding my Zen in the clear case which makes it great to use at the gym. However. Very easy to use and affordable. Fast shipping. Would recommend to anyone.|
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SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTE
1. When repairing this de vice with the po wer on, if you remo ve the main boar d, this de vice stops w orking. In this case , you w ork without the de vice stopping b y fastening the hook of the DOOR OPEN/CLOSE s witc h (S801) with tape.
2. The electrical components diff er accor ding to the ver sion of the system contr ol IC (IC801). When replacing the IC801, chec k its model name and ad d or remo ve D1001 and/or R1001 as sho wn belo w. For detailed inf ormation, see the Printed Wiring Boar d on pa ge 18 and the Schematic Diagram on page 21. RU6815MF-0004 (V er. 3.0). Add D1001 and R1001 RU6815MF-0005 (V er. 3.2) and later. Remo ve D1001 and R1001
SECTION 2 GENERAL
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY
The equipment can be removed using the following procedure. Bottom panel assy Main board Upper panel assy Main board MD assy Note : Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
OP service assy
3-1. BOTTOM PANEL ASSY
Note : When installing, fit the knobs and switches.
1 precision pan screw (M1.4) 2 precision pan screw (M1.4)
4 bottom panel assy
3 precision pan screw (M1.4)
3-2. UPPER PANEL ASSY
4 upper panel assy
3 precision pan screw (M1.4) 2 precision pan screw (M1.4)
1 button (OPEN)
3-3. MAIN BOARD
3 precision pan screw (M1.4) 5 toothed lock screw
4 step screw (MD) 2 precision pan screw (M1.4)
1 battery case lid
9 MAIN board
3-4. MD ASSY
3-5. OP SERVICE ASSY
1 claw 3 MD assy
2 OP service assy
3 main shaft
1 precision screw
SECTION 4 TEST MODE
Outline In this set, overall adjustment mode is made a vailab le b y enter ing test mode to perform automatic adjustment of CD and MO. In the overall adjustment mode, the disc is determined whether it is CD or MO and adjustments are performed in sequence. If a fault is f ound, the location of the fault is displa yed. Also, in ser vo mode,eachadjustmentcanbeautomaticallymade. Setting the Test Mode To enter the test mode , two methods are a vailab le : 1. Entering method with key input. Turn off the HOLD s witc h on the set. While holding do wn the p y on the set, press the f ollo wing remote commander ke ke ys in the following order : + n + n = n = n + n = n + n = Pn P n 2. Entering method by shorting the test point Solder bridg e the test point TAP801 (TEST) on the main boar d (connect IC801 pin #to GND), and turn on the PO WER. Configuration of Test Mode The test mode has the configuration given belo
Display when test mode is set VOL + key p key Overall adjustment mode (Auto?) p key p key VOL key p key Adjustment key mode (Manu ?) key
Servo mode 0 +, keys Audio mode 0 +, keys Servo mode 0 +, keys
Displays of the LCD on the remote commander are shown in parentheses.
Test mode Short : Test mode Open : Normal mode
Servo Mode ke Set the test mode , press the VOL ke y and use the y to set theser vomode. When the servo mode is set, use the + and the = key key to move the optical pick-up to the outer circumference and to the inner cir cumf erence respectivel y. When entering another mode, refer to the configuration of test mode. 1. Structure of Servo Mode
Servo mode 0 p key key
Offset adjustment 0
011 to 013 *1 key
Releasing the Test Mode 1. Whentestmodewasenteredwithke yinput, turnoffthePO WER. 2. When test mode was entered b y shor ting the test point, turn off the PO WER and open the solder bridg e of TAP801 (TEST MODE) on the main board. Operation of Setting on Test Mode When the test mode is set, the LCD displays the following :
Laser power adjustment 0
021 to 024 *1 key
2 (See page 8)
ROM version display LCD on remote commander
The c yc le - the abo ve R OM ver sion displa y nAll lit nAll off - is repeated. (The ROM version is constantly displayed.) When the PLA Y MODE ke y is pressed and hold do wn, the display at that time is held so that display can be checked.
*1 Repeatedly press key to change the mode. (Refer to the following list for a description of each mode.)
(See page 7.) 3
2. Description of Each Mode 010 Offset adjustment
Mode FE offset TE offset All servo ON Description
MO adjustment 0
020 Laser power adjustment
p key 031 to 039 *1 key
Mode 023 024
Description MO power A MO power E CDL power CD power
Low reflection CD adjustment 0
030 MO adjustment
041 to 048 *1 key key
Mode 035 036
Description MO FE balance MO FE gain MO ABCD gain MO focus gain MO tracking gain MO RF gain MO ADIP gain MO focus bias E CD focus bias A
CD adjustment 0
051 to 058 *1 key key
Sled movement 0
040 Lower reflection CD adjustment
061 , 062 *1 key
Description Lower reflection CD FE balance Lower reflection CD FE gain Lower reflection CD ABCD gain Lower reflection CD focus gain Lower reflection CD tracking gain Lower reflection CD RF offset Lower reflection CD RF gain Lower reflection CD focus bias
Automatic adjustment 0
071, 072, 073, 074 *1 key key
050 CD adjustment
Mode Description CD FE balance CD FE gain CD ABCD gain CD focus gain CD tracking gain CD RF offset CD RF gain CD focus bias
NV relation 0
091, 092, 093 *1 key
*1 : Repeatedly press key to change the mode. Retern the Offset (Refer to the following list adjustment (0) for a description of each mode.)
060 Sled movement
Mode Sled in Sled out 5 Description
070 Automatic adjustment
Mode Description Focus search Access 32 ADER check Tracking sensitivity adjust
Audio Mode Enter the test mode and press the VOL ke y.Then, press the key and the VOL + ke y in this turn to enter audio mode. When entering another mode , ref er to the configuration of test mode. 1. Structure of A udio Mode The mode No. 111 is f or S/N and cr osstalk. The mode No. 115
Audio mode 0 key
Audio playback test 0 p key
key headphones output 1kHz 0dB L/R 1 key 12dB
090 NV relation
Mode 093 NV clear Power OFF Function code change Description
Infinity Zero 2 key
1kHz 0dB L 3 key
1kHz 0dB R 4 key
1kHz 20dB L/R 5 key
20Hz 20dB L/R 6 key
20kHz 20dB L/R 7 key
p key 16kHz De-Emphasis L/R 8 key p key 100Hz 0dB L/R 9 key
is for distor tion factor and frequenc y c haracteristics. When the VOL +/ ke ys is pressed in an y mode , the v olume of theheadphonesischanged(increased/decreased)inunitsofone step. When the + ke ys is pressed, the v olume of the /= headphonesismaximized/minimized. For the volume value, any changed value remains as it is basicall y. However , when the v olume is s witc hed fr om 114 to 115 or 118 to 119, it returns the default v alue.
Power Mode Enter the test mode and press the VOL ke y.Then, press the key and the VOL ke y in this turn to enter po wer mode. When entering another mode , ref er to the configuration of test mode. 1. Power Mode Structure
Power mode 0 p key
Char ge status code (fir
Code 4 5
Gum type battery not detected (AA battery available or no battery) Description Gum type battery detected AC adaptor detected Gum type battery not detected/AC adaptor detected Gum type battery detected/AC adaptor detected
key UNREG check p key key
Power off 1 key
When in mode No. 321, the system automatically tries to detect the A C adaptor and the batter y. If char geab le,it star ts c har ging. (No c har ge displa y and no LED flashing during this mode.)
p key key
Voltage value (hex) *) at battery terminal
Supply DET 2
Charge test 0 p key
Charge status code
Charge start 1
* ) Batter y terminal v olta ge = Displa y volta ge v alue (he x) divided by 256 and multiplied by 2.8 Example : With displa y of A0 (he x), A0 (he x) = 160 (dec) Terminal v olta ge = 160 divided b y 256 and m ultiplied b y 2.8 = 1.75 V 311. Overall Adjustment Mode Enter the test mode and press the VOL + ke y to enter o verall adjustmentmode. When entering another mode, refer to the configuration of test mode. When the overall adjustment mode is entered, the LCD on the remote commander display the following :
Press the P y to disconnect the po ke wer in mode No. To displa y po wer inf ormation in mode No. 312.
Input voltage value (hex) *) Charge status code
* ) Input v olta ge v alue = Displa y volta ge v alue (he x) divided b y 256 and multiplied by 9.016 Example : With displa y of 50 (he x), 50 (he x) = 80 (dec) Input v olta ge = 80 divided b y 256 and m ultiplied b y 9.016 = 2.8175 V
1. Structure of Overall Adjustment Mode
Overall adjustment mode Auto? key Start ?
Code A Description Unable to charge (No adaptor attached, or no power if present) Chargeable *1) Servo system stopped/chargeable *1)
key (to discriminate between CD and MO) CD automatic adjustment OK NG MO automatic adjustment OK NG p key p key p key p key
*1) Char geab le : AC adaptor attac hed and AA batter y a vailab le, or AC adaptor attac hed and gum type batter y a vailab le.
Adjustment mode Manu ?
SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Notes for Adjustment In this set, automatic adjustment of CD and MO can be per formed by entering the test mode. Adjustments are performed in the overall adjustment mode. If an item is determined as NG, the item is readjusted in servo mode. In MO Automatic Adjustment Mode No. 11 Description Sled in Focus search Sled out 5 CD FE balance CD FE gain CD FE balance CD ABCD gain CD focus gain CD tracking gain CD RF offset CD RF gain CD RF offset CD Focus bias 44 Mode Sled in Focus search Sled out MO FE balance MO FE gain MO FE balance MO ABCD gain MO focus gain MO tracking gain MO RF gain MO ADIP gain MO focus bias A ADER check Focus search MO FE balance MO FE gain MO FE balance MO ABCD gain MO focus gain MO tracking gain MO RF gain MO ADIP gain MO focus bias A ADER check Sled in Focus search Low reflection CD FE balance Low reflection CD FE gain Low reflection CD FE balance Low reflection CD ABCD gain Low reflection CD focus gain Low reflection CD tracking gain Low reflection CD RF offset Low reflection CD RF gain Sled in Focus search Low reflection CD FE balance Low reflection CD FE gain Low reflection CD FE balance Low reflection CD ABCD gain Low reflection CD focus gain Low reflection CD tracking gain Low reflection CD RF offset Low reflection CD RF gain Description
Adjustment Method in Overall Adjustment Mode 1. Enter the test mode and press the VOL + ke y to enter o verall adjustmentmode. 2. Insert the test CD (TGYS-1) or SONY MO disk (recorded) commer ciall y a vailab le. 3. Press the y twice.The disc is determined whether it is CD ke orMOandeac hadjustmentmodeisset. Automaticadjustments are perf ormed in the or der of the items listed belo w. In CD Automatic Adjustment Mode
No. 13 Mode 058
* Remote commander display during automatic adjustment
Adjustment value (flashing) Mode No. under adjustment
4. If result of automatic adjustment is OK, the following display appears.
5. If result of automatic adjustment is NG, the following display appears.
NG mode No.
* If NG, enter servo mode to perform automatic adjustment of the item determined as NG. Adjustment in Servo Mode Method 1. Wheneachadjustmentmodeissetaccordingtothestructureof servo mode, the lower two digits of the mode No. and the adjustment value written in EEPROM are displayed and lit on the LCD on the remote commander.
Adjustment value (lit) Mode No.
key 2. When the P is pressed, the following display appears and theautomaticadjustmentisperformed.
Adjustment value (flashing)
Note) Although the
VOL +/ ke ys can be used to c hang e the adjustment v alue to an y value , the y should not be used whene verpossib le.
3. When the automatic adjustment is completed, the flashing adjustment value is lit.
Adjustment value (lit)
SECTION 6 DIAGRAMS
6-1. IC PIN DESCRIPTION
IC801 RU6815MF-0004 (SYSTEM CONTROL) Pin No. 47 SLD 1 MON SLD 2 MON CLV VCON APC REF V28-CON CLV U MON CLV V MON CLV W MON CLV U CON CLV V CON CLV W CON VSS AVLS SW DSP SINT DBB 0 DBB 1 OPR LED XWK CLR ADJUST SLEEP SBUS CLK SBUS DATA VDD VSS MCK Pin Name HIDC MON UREG MON CHG MON VREF PLAY KEY OPEN CLS SW RMC KEY SET KEY XRESET AVDD AVSS TYPE 0 TYPE 1 TYPE 2 TYPE 3 HOLD SW VREG CON I/O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I O I I I I I O O I O O O I I O O O I I I O O O HIDC voltage monitor input. Unreg voltage monitor input. CHG voltage monitor input. Reference voltage for power supply voltage adjustlment. Set PLAY key input. DOOR OPEN/CLOSE switch input. Remote commander key input. Set key input. Systen reset input (At reset : L ). A/D converter power supply (+2.8V). A/D converter Ground. Model discrimination terminal (Fixed at L ). Model discrimination terminal (Fixed at H ). Model discrimination terminal (Fixed at L ). Model discrimination terminal (Fixed at L ). Set HOLD switch input. 2.5V voltage on/off switch (Sub terminal) (not used). Not used (Open). Not used (Open). Master clock input. Not used (Open). Digital power supply (+2.8V). Digital Ground. Not used (Open). Digital Ground. Set AVLS switch input. Interrupt input from DSP. DIGITAL MEGABASS switch input (MID). DIGITAL MEGABASS switch input (MAX). LED drive output. Power IC wakeup factor latch clear output and motor driver IC control signal outpt. Normally Test mode select input (L : Test mode) Power supply circuit OFF signal output. SBB serial clock output. SBB serial data output. Not used (Open). Sled servo timing signal input. Sled servo timing signal input. Spindle servo drive voltage control output. Laser power control output. Power voltage (+2.8V) correction control output. Spindle servo timing signal input. Spindle servo timing signal input. Spindle servo timing signal input. Spindle servo drive signal output. Spindle servo drive signal output. Spindle servo drive signal output. L : Close Pin Description
Pin No. 97 100
Pin Name CHG CONT CHG PWR VDD VPP VSS SLD 1R CON SLD 1F CON SLD 2R CON SLD 2F CON NIMH DET XDC IN GUM DET SPCK RMC DTCLK SLD VCON SLD PWR-UP HP MUTE HP STBY RMC SEL NV D0 NV D1 NV CLK NV CS1 VDD LCD VLVSS LCD SEGLCD COM0 3
I/O O O O O O O I I I O I/O O O O O O O I O O I CHG control signal output.
Pin Description CHG power supply voltage control signal output. Digital power supply (+2.8V). Power for on board light. Digital ground. Sled motor control signal output. Sled motor control signal output. Sled motor control signal output. Sled motor control signal output. NIMH detect signal input. Power supply voltage input sense signal input. Battery detect signal input. Not used (Open). Serial clock output for Remote control communication. Not used (Open). Serial data input/output for Remote control communication. Not used (Open). Sled servo outer voltage control output. Baypass transistor control output for sled drive power supply. Headphone amplifier mute output. Headphone amplifier standby output. TSB/SSB selection signal output to remote commander terminal. Not used (Open). Serial data signal output for NVRAM. Serial data signal input from NVRAM. Serial clock signal output for NVRAM. Chip select signal output for NVRAM. Digital power supply (+2.8V). LCD drive level power supply (Connected ground). Digital ground. Not used (Open). LCD Segment terminal. Not used (Open). LCD common terminal. Not used (Open).
6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM
6-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD
Ref. No. D351 D352 D801 D841 D901 D902 D903 D905 D1001 IC301 IC302 IC501 IC551 IC552 IC601 IC603 IC801 IC802 IC901 IC902 IC903 Q501 Q551 Q552 Q901 Q902 Q903 Q905 Q906 Location H-11 H-11 D-16 F-8 F-5 H-14 H-4 H-3 H-16 F-7 E-8 B-13 G-14 H-12 C-15 B-16 F-16 C-16 F-15 G-17 G-4 C-13 F-14 F-13 F-3 G-16 H-16 G-3 F-17
Note: X : parts extracted from the component side. Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. r : Through hole. b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. (The other layers patterns are not indicated.) Caution: Pattern face side: (Side B) Parts face side: (Side A) Parts on the pattern face side seen from the pattern face are indicated. Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated.
* : The electrical components differ according to the version of the system control IC (IC801). When replacing the IC801, check its model name and add or remove D1001 and/or R1001 as shown below. RU6815MF-0004 (Ver 3.0). Add D1001 and R1001 RU6815MF-0005 (Ver 3.2) and later. Remove D1001 and R1001
R1001 mounting position
M901 SPINDLE MOTOR
6-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM Refer to page 25 for IC Block Diagrams. Waveforms
IC501 @ TIME/DIV : 5 sec
VOLT/DIV : 200mV AC
IC601 # TIME/DIV : 10 sec
VOLT/DIV : 1V AC
IC601 $ TIME/DIV : 200nsec
VOLT/DIV : 500mV AC
IC601 $ TIME/DIV : 20nsec
Note: All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF: F 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All resistors are in and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise specified. Note: The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. A : B+ Line. Power voltage is dc 3 V and fed with regulated dc power supply from battery terminal. Voltage and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal conditions. no mark : MD PLAY Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Signal path. J : MD
IC Block Diagrams IC301 BA3577FS-E2
20 NC 19 NC R/F VCC +B 17 +B 16 NF1 BIAS OUT V INOUTGND V IN2 6
8 V+ 5
VPP GENERATOR VPP SW INSTRUCTION DECODE CONTROL AND CLOCK GENERATION
VM2 VM1 VM3 VM4 GND H2 GND H12 GND H13 GND H34 GND H4 RO2 RO1 RO3 RO4 FO2 FO1 FO3 FO4 VC
I-V EXCHANGE I-V EXCHANGE I-V EXCHANGE I-V EXCHANGE ADIP IF 5 I-V EXCHANGE I-V EXCHANGE RF ABCD FE ADIP TE REFNV
RF IN RF OUT BIAS IN
EF BLANCE/ TRACKING-ERROR
38 VREF OUT 37 FE 36 ABCD
ABCD ADDITION POWER FOCUS -ERROR POWER
PRE DRIVER ID 3 HIBRIDGE CONTROL
35 AGND 34 TE
13 OUT2 PWSTB
INSTRUCTION REGISTER DATA REGISTER
R/W AMPS AND AUTO ERASE
EEPROM 2048bit 128 X 16
32 S MONIT
PWSTB T 8
FRFOE 63 ROE 1ntOE VC VC BIAS CONTROL 1ntSTB VC VC VG 31 VPS2 PO2 GND PS PO1 VPS1 GND 3P2 HOW VD2 HOV GND 3PI HOU VD DGND HIU HIV HIW P11 P12 PD NI PD I PD O LD DRV LD EMIT LD VDD VJ 7 VI 8
31 OFC C2 RF BUFFER/ EF EQ 30 OFC CEQ 28 RFOUT POWER APC ADIP BPF 27 AGND 26 REXT 25 BPFCBPFCADIP 29 DVDD 15 SBUS 16 SCK 17 XREST 18 T-COUNT 22 T-COUNT
MUTE MUTE 9
BEEP 11 BEEP IN
GND 1 VRMC 2
MUTE T 10
36 VSTB BAND GAP REFERENCE 35 XWKXWKXWK3 SYSTEM CONTROL 32 XWKFFCLR 30 SLEEP 29 VBSEL RESET 28 CLK 27 VBVB1
VC REN VREG 64 VREG 65 CONT RGND 66 CLPF 67
ADIPDATA ADPLCK ERFLAG MOCK PLCK MICK CRCF TEST MO3 MO2 MO1 MO0 VDD EFM VSS FON FOK MI3 MI2 MI1 MI0 ID0 ID1 ID2 ID3
VREF 3 INM 4 RF 5 DTC 6 CRST 7
DFCT POWER VREF OUT A GND
VG MIRROR OFTRK 20 OFTRK
3 PHASE CONTROL
ADIP PLL EFM PLL
25 VBH SPCK BUFF OSC1 STEP-UP DC / DC CONVERTER PWM1 CHARGE PUMP MODE SELECT SAW OSCPGND
VC VC 68 GND 69 VG VG DO or DI SLEEP UP/DOWN /POWER SW DECODER
VREF 2 RF 3 FE 4 ABCD 5 TE 6 ADIP 7
75 VDD 74 DRADRADRA1
DRAM & PERIPHERAL CONTROL ADDRESS GENERATOR
SPCKSPCKC2L 13 C1L 14 VB 15 C1H 16 C2H 17 VG 18
VDD ADC 1
A VCC A GND
FE ABCD TE
23 SW 22 PWMDDVCON
2nd MSB SQREQ
71 DRADRADRADRADRADRADRADRAXRAS 62 DRAXOEXOE 59 XCAS 58 DRDDRDVSS 55 XWEXWE 53 DRDDRD0
VG 70 PWM 71 DI 72
VRT 8 VRB 9 VSS ADC 10 T-COUNT 11 DEFECT 12 OFTRK 13 VSS 14
FLAG EFM ACIRC DECODER AC LRCK AC WDCK AC BYCK AC DATA 8 EFM DATA A/B ECC DATA EBA WR REQ etc. RD DT ECC 12 SECTOR DECODER AC WDCK S DATA 8
VG POWER SW PRE DRIVER STEP UP/DOWN PRE DRIVER
VG STEPUP PRE DRIVER
NC 16 NC 17 NC 18 NC 19 NC 20 TFOUT 21 TROUT 22 FROUT 23 FFOUT 24 CK5
SSB CONTROL MONITOR I/O etc.
ATDT XATWE DREQ
MCK I-O NC NC MC VDD RESET SBUS SCK SINT XBUSY NC NC VDD EMP LRCK AUDATA BCK VSS DOUT PMCK MCK/2 VSS X1 X0 MCK
SECTION 7 EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE: The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. Abbreviation CND : Canadian model HK : Hong Kong model -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example : KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) N Parts Color Cabinets Color N Accessories and packing materials are given in the last of this parts list. The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark. ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
7-1. PANEL SECTION
Ref. No. 3 4
Part No. X-4950-595-1 X-4950-596-1 X-4950-597-1 X-4951-429-1 X-4950-598-1 X-4950-599-1 X-4950-600-1 X-4951-430-1 3-010-287-01 4-986-349-01
Description PANELSUBASSY PANELSUBASSY PANELSUBASSY PANELSUBASSY PANELSUBASSY PANELSUBASSY PANELSUBASSY
Remark ,UPPER(B)(BLA CK)(US) ,UPPER(N)(GOLD) ,UPPER(L)(BLUE) (AEP ,E,HK) ,UPPER(Y)(YELLO W)(AEP) ,LO WER(B)(BLA CK)(US) ,LO WER(N)(GOLD) ,LO WER(L)(BLUE) (AEP ,E,HK) W)(AEP)
Ref. No. 6
Part No. 3-939-835-01 3-939-835-21 3-939-835-31 3-939-835-41 4-963-883-21
KNOB(DIGIT ALMEGAB ASS,A VLS)(BLA CK) (US) KNOB(DIGIT ALMEGAB ASS,A VLS)(GOLD) KNOB(DIGIT ALMEGAB ASS,A VLS)(BLUE) (AEP ,E,HK) KNOB(DIGIT ALMEGAB ASS,A VLS)(YELLO W) (AEP) SCREW (M1.4), PRECISION P AN (f or GOLD , BLUE,YELLOW) SCREW (M1.4), PRECISION P AN (f or BLA CK) (US)
PANELSUBASSY ,LO WER(Y)(YELLO COLLAR(DCIN3V) SPACER
7-2. MAIN BOARD SECTION
Ref. No. 52 Part No. 4-212-361-02 X-4950-429-1 X-4950-503-1 X-4950-504-1 X-4951-428-1 Description BUTTON(OPEN) STRIPASSY(B), STRIPASSY(N), STRIPASSY(L), STRIPASSY(Y), Remark ORNAMENT AL(BLA CK)(US) ORNAMENT AL(GOLD) ORNAMENT AL(BLUE) (AEP ,E,HK) ORNAMENT AL(YELLO W) (AEP) Ref. No. Part No. X-4950-351-1 X-4950-354-1 4-212-366-01 4-963-883-21 4-994-886-01 4-214-232-01 4-212-369-01 4-212-367-01 A-3323-069-A 3-335-797-01 3-315-454-01 4-217-658-01 4-216-847-01 4-218-050-01 Description BRACKET(B)ASSY TERMINALASSY ,BATTER Y CASE, BATTER Y SCREW(M1.4), PRECISIONP AN SCREW(MD),STEP SPRING(B ATTER Y), COMPRESSION TERMINALPLA TE(PLUS) HOLDER(TERMINALPLA TE) MAINBOARD,COMPLETE SCREW(M1.4X2),TOOTHEDLOCK SPACER(E) SPACER(K) SPACER(B ATT) SPACER(B)
4-982-418-01 X-4950-350-1 4-212-363-01 4-212-364-02 4-212-364-12 4-212-364-22 4-212-364-31
DAMPER BRACKET(A)ASSY BRACKET(C) LID ,BATTER YCASE(BLA CK)(US) LID,BATTER YCASE(GOLD) LID ,BATTER YCASE(BLUE)(AEP ,E,HK) LID ,BATTER YCASE(YELLO W)(AEP)
7-3. MECHANISM DECK SECTION (MT-MZE55-150)
The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark. ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Ref. No. 103 ! Part No. 4-963-883-61 4-982-561-11 4-214-478-01 X-4949-164-1 4-963-883-21 1-670-707-11 4-965-893-01 4-982-555-01 4-212-899-01 Description SCREW(M1.4), PRECISIONP AN SPRING,RACK SHAFT ,MAIN SER VICEASSY ,OP SCREW(M1.4), PRECISIONP AN CLVFLEXIBLEBO ARD WASHER, GEAR(A)ST OPPER GEAR(A) SPRING,THRUST Remark Ref. No. M901 M902 R1001 Part No. 3-349-825-82 X-4948-793-1 X-4950-414-3 4-986-811-01 4-212-896-04 4-214-207-01 8-835-594-01 1-698-764-21 1-216-789-11 Description
Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi. Remark
SCREW ,PRECISION REEDASSY CHASSISASSY SPRING(EJECT),TENSION HOLDER SHEET(OP) MOTOR,DCSSM-01C03A/J-S(SPINDLE) MOTOR,SLED(INCLUDINGGEAR) MET ALCHIP 2.2 5%
NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL:Metal-film resistor. METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor. F:nonflammable Abbreviation CND : Canadian model HK : Hong Kong model
SECTION 8 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u : , for example: uA. : A. uPA. : PA. uPB. : PB. uPC. : PC. uPD. : PD. CAPACITORS uF : F COILS uH : H The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark. ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi. When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board.
Part No. A-3323-069-A
Description MAINBOARD,COMPLETE ********************* <CAP ACIT OR>
Ref. No. C562 C563 C564 C565 C568
Part No. 1-109-982-11 1-117-720-11 1-117-232-11 1-117-919-11 1-117-370-11 1-117-370-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-970-11 1-117-720-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-962-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-964-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-227-11 1-164-227-11 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-164-156-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-970-11 1-107-826-11 1-109-982-11 1-162-964-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-109-982-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-970-11 1-127-688-21 1-125-899-11 1-162-970-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-970-11 1-107-826-11
Description CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP TANT ALUM TANT AL. CHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP TANT AL. CHIP TANT AL. CHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP CERAMICCHIP 1uF 4.7uF 22uF 10uF 10uF 10uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 4.7uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 470PF 0.01uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.022uF 0.022uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 1uF 0.001uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 1uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 10uF 220uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.1uF 10% 20% 20%
Ref. No. R818 R819 R820 R821 R831 R832 R841 R842 R901 R902 R903 R904 R906 R909 R910 R915 R916 R917 R918 R919 R920 R921 R922 R923 R924 R925 R926 R927 R928 R929 R930 R931 R933 R934 R936 R937 R938 R939 R940 R942 Part No. 1-216-839-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-863-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-827-11 1-216-847-11 1-218-871-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-821-11 1-218-887-11 1-217-671-11 1-217-671-11 1-216-849-11 1-218-915-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-851-11 1-218-899-11 1-218-899-11 1-218-891-11 1-218-903-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-845-11 1-218-915-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-847-11 1-216-843-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-864-11 Description MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP RES,CHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP RES,CHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP RES,CHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP RES,CHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP RES,CHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP MET ALCHIP 33K 470K 100K 1M 100K 470K 3.3M 100K 3.3K 150K 10K 100 10K 100K 1 K 47K 220K 680K 100K 330K 150K 150K 68K 220K K 100K 680K 100K 47K 150K 68K 100K 0 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Ref. No. S805 S806 S807 S808 S902 Part No. 1-771-053-21 1-771-053-21 1-771-053-21 1-771-053-21 1-771-483-21 Description Remark SWITCH, KEY BOARD ( (+) SWITCH, KEY BOARD ( =) SWITCH,KEYBOARD(VOLUME+) SWITCH,KEYBOARD(VOLUME-) SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (B ATTER Y IN DET) <THERMISTOR(POSITIVE)> THP901 1-771-075-21 THERMISTOR,POSITIVE < VIBRA TOR> X601 1-767-621-11 VIBRA TOR, CERAMIC(16.9344MHz) ************************************************************* MISCELLANEOUS *************** ! 104 X-4949-164-1 SER VICEASSY ,OP 106 1-670-707-11 CLVFLEXIBLEBO ARD M901 8-835-594-01 MOTOR,DCSSM-01C03A/J-S(SPINDLE) M902 1-698-764-21 MOTOR,SLED(INCLUDINGGEAR) R1001 1-216-789-11 MET ALCHIP 2.2 5% 1/16W ************************************************************* ACCESSORIES&P ACKINGMA TERIALS ******************************** ! 1-418-049-11 1-475-831-62 1-528-947-11 3-864-830-11 3-864-830-21 ADAPTOR,AC(AC-MZR55)(HK) REMOTECONTROLUNIT(RM-MZE33) BATTER YPACK(NH-MD AA)(HK) MANU AL, INSTR UCTION(SP ANISH,CHINESE) (AEP ,E) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION(ENGLISH,FRENCH) (US,CND) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION(GERMAN,DUTCH) (AEP) MANU AL, INSTR UCTION(IT ALIAN, POR TUGUESE)(AEP) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION(SWEDISH,FINNISH) (AEP) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION(ENGLISH,CHINESE) (AEP ,HK) MANUAL,INSTRUCTION(FRENCH,RUSSIAN) (AEP) CASE, CARR YING HEADPHONEMDR-E838SP//KSET(HK) HEADPHONEMDR-A34SPSET(US) RECEIVERMDR-E805SPSET(CND ,AEP ,E)
Portable MiniDisc Player
Operating instructions Mode demploi (au dos)
Playing an MD right away!
Prepare one LR6 (size AA) alkaline battery. You can also use this player on a rechargeable batteries or house current (see Power sources). Playback will switch automatically between stereo and monaural according to the sound source.
Press (Beeps in the headphones) P on the remote control (Continuous short beeps) Press P again to resume play. =or turn the control to = on the remote control once (Three short beeps) (+ or turn the control to (+ on the remote control once (Two short beeps) keep pressing = or keep the control turned to =on the remote control keep pressing (+ or keep the control turned to (+ on the remote control p and push OPEN to open the lid.2)
z Various ways of playback Playing tracks repeatedly
You can play tracks repeatedly in three ways all repeat, single repeat, and shuffle repeat. PLAY MODE
To lock the controls (HOLD) D
To prevent the buttons from being accidentally operated when you carry the player, use this function. HOLD
Using on a rechargeable battery G
zAdditional information Precautions
Do not put any foreign objects in the DC IN 3V jack.
On the MiniDisc cartridge
Plug the AC power adaptor AC-E30HG (not supplied) to the wall outlet, then to the DC IN 3V jack. to a wall outlet
Do not break open the shutter. Do not place the cartridge where it will be subject to light, temperature, moisture or dust.
Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Audio playing system MiniDisc digital audio system Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wavelength: = 790 nm Emission duration: continuous Laser output: less than 44.6 W* * This output is the value measured at a distance of 200 mm from the objective lens surface on the optical pick-up block with 7mm aperture. Revolutions 400 rpm to 900 rpm (CLV) Error correction Advanced Cross Interleave Reed Solomon Code (ACIRC) Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz Coding Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding (ATRAC) Modulation system EFM (Eight to Fourteen Modulation) Number of channels 2 stereo channels 1 monaural channel Frequency response 20 to 20,000 Hz 3 dB Wow and Flutter Below measurable limit Outputs Headphones: stereo mini-jack, maximum output level 5 mW + 5 mW, load impedance 16 ohm
Clean the player casing with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water or a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzene as it may mar the finish of the casing. Wipe the disc cartridge with a dry cloth to remove dirt. Dust on the lens may prevent the unit from operating properly. Be sure to close the disc compartment lid after inserting or ejecting an MD.
Find the beginning of the current track Find the beginning of the next track
On power sources
For use in your house: Use the AC power adaptor AC-E30HG (not supplied). Do not use any other AC power adaptor since it may cause the player to malfunction.
Go backwards while playing1)
Sony Corporation 1998 Printed in Japan
1 Insert a battery or a rechargeable
DISPOSAL OF NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY. NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY. DISPOSE OF PROPERLY. You can return your unwanted nickel metal hydride batteries to your nearest Sony Service Center. Note: In some areas the disposal of nickel metal hydride batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited. For the Sony Service Center nearest you call 1-800-222-SONY (United States only) Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking nickel metal hydride battery.
Press PLAY MODE while the player is playing an MD. Each time you press PLAY MODE, the play mode indication changes as follows.
to DC IN 3V Slide the HOLD switch on the main unit in the direction of the c to lock the controls of the unit. Slide the HOLD switch on the remote control in the direction of the c to lock the controls of the remote control.
Go forward while playing1)
Insert the R6-sized rechargeable battery NH-MDAA*, or a chewing-gum type rechargeable battery NH-9WM or NH14WM (not supplied) in the battery compartment.
* NH-MDAA may not be available in some areas.
Play mode indication (none) (normal play)
All the tracks are played once.
To emphasize bass (DIGITAL MEGA BASS) E
The DIGITAL MEGA BASS function intensifies low frequency sound for richer quality audio reproduction.
WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
1 Slide open the battery compartment lid as shown in the illustration.
2 Insert the battery with correct polarity.
R6-sized rechargeable battery NH-MDAA
Polarity of the plug The player is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the player itself has been turned off. If you are not going to use this player for a long time, be sure to disconnect the power supply (AC power adaptor, dry battery, or rechargeable battery). To remove the AC power adaptor from the wall outlet, grasp the adaptor plug itself; never pull the cord.
On dry batteries and the battery carrying case
Incorrect battery usage may lead to leakage of battery fluid or bursting batteries. To prevent such accidents, observe the following precautions: Install batteries with the + and poles aligned correctly. Do not try to recharge dry batteries. When the player is not to be used for a long time, be sure to remove the batteries. If a battery leak should develop, carefully and thoroughly wipe away battery fluid from the battery compartment before inserting new ones. Do not carry the dry battery in your pocket or a bag, etc., with metallic objects such as key rings. The terminals of the battery or the battery carrying case may heat up from a short-circuit and can be dangerous.
Remove the MD
On rechargeable batteries
. f (all repeat)
All the tracks are played repeatedly.
LR6 (size AA) alkaline battery (not supplied)
When using the headphones
Wear the L marked side to the left ear and the R marked side to the right ear.
. f1 (single repeat)
A single track is played repeatedly.
DIGITAL MEGA BASS
Insert the battery with correct polarity.
For customers in the United States
Unfold the supplied headphones as shown in the illustration below.
. f SHUF (shuffle repeat)
All the tracks are played repeatedly in random order.
Slide DIGITAL MEGA BASS. Choose 1 (slight effect) or 2 (strong effect). To cancel the effect, set DIGITAL MEGA BASS to 0.
For Customers in Canada
To prevent electric shock, do not use this polarized AC plug with an extension cord, receptacle or other outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.
Charge rechargeable batteries before using them (see Using on a rechargeable battery).
You cannot charge other R-6 sized rechargeable batteries than the NHMDAA on this unit.
Tips on playback
If the sound becomes distorted when emphasizing bass, turn down the volume.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT OR THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.
2 Insert an MD.
If playback does not start
Make sure the player is not locked. See To lock the controls.
To know the track name and time C
Press DISPLAY on the remote control while the player is playing an MD. Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes as follows. DISPLAY
To protect your hearing (AVLS) F
The AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) function keeps down the maximum volume to protect your ears.
For the customers in the U.S.A. and Canada RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
Nickel-Cadmium batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your unwanted batteries to your nearest point for collection, recycling or proper disposal. Note: In some areas the disposal of nickelcadmium batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited. RBRC (Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation) advises you about spent battery collection by the following phone number. Call toll free number: 1-800-822-8837 (United States and Canada only) Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking nickel-cadmium batteries.
Press pSTOP/CHARGE. The OPR/CHG lamp flashes on the main unit. Charge flashes and the n indication appears on the remote control. Charging starts.
Display window while playing back
Track name or elapsed time of the track being played
When charging the rechargeable battery, be sure to use the AC-E30HG AC power adaptor (not supplied). Do not use any other AC power adaptor. Charging time may vary depending on the battery condition. When you use the battery for the first time or after a long period of disuse, the battery life may be shorter. In this case, charge and discharge the battery several times. The battery life will be restored. If the rechargeable battery capacity becomes half the normal life, replace it with a new one. When carrying the rechargeable battery, be sure to put it in the battery carrying case (not supplied). Carrying it exposed in your pocket or a bag, etc., with metallic objects such as key rings is dangerous, as it may cause a short-circuit. Remove the rechargeable battery when the unit is not to be used for a long time. Use only the recommended rechargeable batteries. You may not be able to charge other rechargeable batteries.
Note on mechanical noise
The player gives out mechanical noise while operating, which is caused by the powersaving system of the player and is not a malfunction. If you have any questions or problems concerning your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The player does not work or works poorly. You tried to play with no disc in the player (No DISC flashes). b Insert an MD. The player is locked. b Slide HOLD against the arrow to unlock the player. Moisture has condensed inside the player. b Take the MD out and leave the player in a warm place for several hours until the moisture evaporates. The rechargeable battery or dry battery is weak (nLoBATT flashes). b Replace the dry battery or recharge the battery. The rechargeable battery or dry battery have been installed incorrectly. b Install the battery correctly. An MD with no recording on it is inserted (BLANK flashes). b Insert a recorded MD. The player cannot read the disc (its scratched or dirty) (ERROR flashes on the remote control). b Reinsert or replace the disc. While operating, the player received a mechanical shock, too much static, abnormal power voltage caused by lightning, etc. b Restart the operation as follows. 1 Disconnect all the power sources. 2 Leave the player for about 30 seconds. 3 Connect the power source. The MD is not played normally. The player is set to the repeat mode (f is displayed). b Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until f disappears, then start playing. An MD is not played from the first track. Disc playing stopped before it came to the last track. b Press = repeatedly or eject and reinsert the MD once to go back to the beginning of the disc, and restart playing after checking the track number in the display. Playback sound skips. The player is placed where it receives continuous vibration. b Put the player on a stable place. A very short track may cause sound to skip. Sound has a lot of static. Strong magnetism from a television or such device is interfering with operation. b Move the player away from the source of strong magnetism. No sound comes through the headphones. The headphones plug is not firmly connected. b Connect the headphones plug firmly to the remote control. Then connect the remote control plug firmly to the 2 (headphones) jack. Volume is too low. b Adjust the volume by pressing VOLUME +/ (VOL +/ on the remote control). AVLS is on. b Slide AVLS to NORM.
Power requirements One LR6 (size AA) battery (not supplied) Ni-MH rechargeable battery NH-9WM/NH14WM (not supplied) R-6 sized Ni-MH rechargeable battery NHMDAA (not supplied) Sony AC power adaptor (not supplied) connected at the DC IN 3 V jack Battery operation time See When to replace or charge the batteries Dimensions Approx. 80 17.mm (w/h/d) (3 1/4 11/5/8 in.) not including projecting parts and controls Mass Approx. 113 g (4.0 oz.) the player only Approx. 155 g (5.5 oz.) incl. a premastered MD and a Sony alkaline LR6 (SG) battery Supplied accessories Headphones with a remote control (1) Carrying pouch (1) (E33 only)
Repeated until fully charged.
AC power adaptor AC-E30HG Chewing-gum type Ni-MH rechargeable battery NH-9WM, NH-14WM R-6 sized Ni-MH rechargeable battery NHMDAA MDR-series Stereo Headphones 1) SRS-A41 Sony Active Speakers CK-MD4 MiniDisc Carrying Case CK-MD10 MiniDisc Filing Box 1) Whether you should plug the headphones directly to 2(headphones) on the main unit or to a remote control, use only headphones with stereo mini plugs.
On heat build-up
Heat may build up in the player if it is used for an extended period of time. In this case, leave the player to cool down.
MD WALKMAN is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Disappears when fully charged.
For Customers in the United States Owners Record
The model and serial number is located inside the lid and the model number is located at the bottom. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No.
1 Push OPEN and open the lid.
2 Insert an MD with the label facing up and press the lid down to close.
Track number Tips
The OPR/CHG lamp will light up on the main unit during playback. It will go off when p is pressed. The display on the remote control will disappear after a few seconds after you have pressed p.
Elapsed time Set AVLS to LIMIT. The volume is kept to a moderate level, even if you try to turn the volume above the limited level.
Full charging of a completely discharged battery takes about 3 hours. To cancel charging, press pSTOP/ CHARGE again.
3 Play an MD.
3 Press (+ (turn the control to (+ on the remote control).
The player starts to play the first track. When using the remote control, a short beep sounds in the headphones. The OPR/CHG lamp on the main unit will light up.
Never use the player where it will be subjected to extremes of light, temperature, moisture or vibration. Never wrap the player in anything when it is being used with the AC power adaptor. Heat build-up in the player may cause malfunction or injury.
Track number. Track name
z Power sources When to replace or charge the batteries
Disconnect the AC power adaptor at both ends. The player will not switch to battery power while the AC power adaptor is plugged into the DC IN 3V jack.
On the headphones
Do not use headphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your player at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.
stereo mini plugs
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Welcome to the world of the MiniDisc! Here are some of the capabilities and features you'll discover with the new MiniDisc Player. Thin body, compact MiniDisc player. Variety of battery options Both a R6-sized rechargeable battery (not supplied) and a chewing-gum type rechargeable battery (not supplied) fit and can be charged in the battery compartment of the MiniDisc player. A R6 (size AA) dry battery (not supplied) can be used as well. Shuttle dial remote control with LCD Keep the main unit in your pocket and operate the MiniDisc player through the shuttle dial on the remote control; The LCD displays track information, playback mode as well as battery condition. Easy handling of the disc with the pushbutton OPEN switch.
4 Press VOLUME +/ (VOL +/ on the remote control) to adjust the volume.
The volume will be displayed on the remote control.
Do not push OPEN during playback. If you do, the lid opens and playback will stop.
You cannot charge a rechargeable battery on the player while playing back. Use only the recommended rechargeable batteries. You may not be able to charge other rechargeable batteries.
When using optional headphones
Use the headphones that have stereominiplug. You cannot use other types of headphones (microplug). 1) If you press = or (+ during pause, the player will resume playback. If you keep pressing = or (+ during pause (keep the control turned to = or (+ on the remote control), you can fast forward/rewind without listening to the playback sound. 2) Once you open the lid, the point to start play will change to the beginning of the first track. 3) Appears only with MDs that have been electronically labeled.
Track number Disc name
You can check the battery condition with the battery indication, which is displayed while using the player. v b v Weak batteries. Replace/recharge the batteries The batteries have gone out.LoBATT flashes in the display of the remote control, and the power goes off. Battery power decreasing
Preventing hearing damage
Avoid using headphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use.
Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information about the accessories in your country.
Using on house current
Before using the player, remove the rechargeable battery if it is installed.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Number of tracks recorded on the MD. Note
Disc and track names appear only with MDs that have been electronically labeled.
Caring for others
Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and to be considerate to the people around you.
2 Connect the headphones with remote control to 2 (headphones).
1 Connect the headphones to the remote control.
Plug it in firmly all the way.
LR6 (SG) (size AA) Sony alkaline battery R-6 sized Ni-MH rechargeable battery NH-MDAA Chewing gum type Ni-MH rechargeable battery NH-14WM Chewing gum type Ni-MH rechargeable battery NH-9WM(N)
Approx. 9.5 hours Approx. 8 hours
Connect the AC power adaptor ACE30HG (not supplied) to the DC IN 3V jack of the player. Connect the AC power adaptor to a wall outlet. to a wall outlet
To stop play, press p.
When using the remote control, a short beep sounds in the headphones. The OPR/CHG lamp on the main unit will go off. The display on the remote control will disappear after a while.
Approx. 7 hours
Approx. 6.5 hours
to DC IN 3 V Note
The battery indication mark is displayed when the AC power adaptor is being used.
* The battery life may be shorter due to operating conditions and the temperature of the location.
AVERTISSEMENT Pour viter tout risque dincendie ou dlectrocution, ne pas exposer lappareil la pluie ou lhumidit. Ne pas ouvrir le chssis, sous risque dlectrocution. Confier lentretien exclusivement un personnel qualifi.
Lutilisation dinstruments optiques avec ce produit augmente le danger pour les yeux.
Bienvenue dans le monde du MiniDisque ! Le prsent mode demploi dcrit quelques-unes des fonctions et caractristiques que vous apporte votre nouveau Lecteur MiniDisque. Botier rduit, lecteur de MiniDisque compact. Diffrents types de piles Vous pouvez introduire et charger une pile rechargeable R6 (non fournie) et une pile rechargeable de type chewing-gum (non fournie) dans le compartiment pile du lecteur MiniDisc. Vous pouvez galement utiliser une pile sche R6 (AA) (non fournie). Tlcommande molette et cran LCD Gardez votre appareil en poche et faites fonctionner le lecteur MiniDisc au moyen de la molette de commande de la tlcommande; lcran LCD affiche les informations de plage, le mode de lecture ainsi que ltat de la batterie. Manipulation aise du disque grce au commutateur-poussoir OPEN.
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