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|Juhovice43||3:14pm on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|Great System Awesome quality. Great for making minidiscs when i did. Had it for a couple of years now and still like new through some good use.|
|mjohnson||8:01am on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|Makes recording MiniDiscs a breeze! After shopping around for a cd-minidisc recording system, i decided on this one and was pleasantly surprised.|
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Table of contents
Playing a CD Recording a whole CD (Synchronized recording) Playing an MD Listening to the radio
The CD PlayerThe MD Player Editing recorded tracks on the MD
Before editing Erasing recordings (Erase Function) Dividing recorded tracks (Divide Function) Combining recorded tracks (Combine Function) Moving recorded tracks (Move Function) Labeling recordings (Name Function)
Using the display Checking CD text information Locating a specific track Playing tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play) Creating your own program (Program Play) Playing tracks in random order (Shuffle Play)
Presetting radio stations Playing preset radio stations
Setting the clock Waking up to music Timer-recording radio programs Falling asleep to music
26 Recording the track you are listening to (Synchronized recording of a single track REC IT) Recording the tracks you programed (Synchronized recording of the tracks you programed) Recording from the radio or a CD Recording on a recorded MD
Hooking up the system Connecting optional components Using the super woofer Adjusting the audio emphasis
75 Precautions System limitations of the MD Getting to know the MD Troubleshooting Error messages Specifications Index
Playing a CD
For hookup instructions, see pages 53 - 58.
Press 6 CD OPEN/CLOSE (direct power-on) and place the CD on the CD compartment.
With the label side up
Press CD ^ (CD ( on the remote). The lid of the CD compartment closes and the player plays all the tracks once.
Track Playing number time
Use these buttons for additional operations
POWER CD ^ CD p
6 CD OPEN/CLOSE VOL +,
Tips Next time you want to listen to a CD, just press CD ^. The player turns on automatically and starts playing the CD. What is the position pointer in the display? It shows about where on the CD track the player is playing. When opening or closing the lid of the CD compartment, be careful not to pinch your fingers, etc., between the lid and the player. If pinched, press 6 CD OPEN/CLOSE again to open the lid.
To adjust the volume stop playback pause playback
Do this Press VOL +, Press CD p. Press CD ^ (CD P on the remote). Press the button again to resume play after pause. Turn the jog dial clockwise. (On the remote, press +.) Turn the jog dial counterclockwise. (On the remote, press =.) Press 6 CD OPEN/CLOSE. Press POWER.
go to the next track go back to the previous track
remove the CD turn on/off the player
Recording a whole CD
Insert a recordable MD (direct power-on).
Insert in the direction of the arrow
After TOC Reading is displayed, the disc name will be displayed if it is labeled.
Press 6 CD OPEN/CLOSE and place the CD on the CD compartment. Press 6 CD OPEN/CLOSE again to close the CD compartment.
Press CD p.
To record at high speed, press HIGH SPEED. The indicator on the button lights up. To record at normal speed, skip this step.
Press SYNCHRO REC CD( playing position on the CD and MD. recording position on the MD) The player starts recording automatically. If the MD has any previous recording, recording will be made from the last recorded position.
Position pointer (showing
Track number Remaining of MD recording time of MD
POWER MD p CD p
After you stop recording, do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the player while TOC EDIT is flashing in the display. If you do so, recording may not be done properly. When you record a whole CD, you cannot pause recording. Tips Adjusting the volume or the audio emphasis (page 62) will not affect the recording level. Keep the volume at a moderate level so as to prevent the sound from skipping. To record over the previous recording, see page 31. Once the clock is set, the recording date and time are stamped automatically (page 46). You can label an MD or a track during recording (page 42).
NO CANCEL To stop recording Press MD p or CD p
turn on/off the player P O W E R If CD>MD OK? alternates with time display There is not enough space on the MD to record the whole CD. If it is all right to record as much as possible and cancel recording of some tracks, press YESENTER. To stop recording, press NOCANCEL. If any other messages are displayed, see page 72. Basic Operations
Playing an MD
To repeat a single track
Do this 1 Play the track you want. 2 Press REPEAT until REP 1 appears in the display. 1 Start normal play. 2 Press REPEAT until REP ALL appears in the display. 1 Start shuffle play (page 22). 2 Press REPEAT until REP SHUF appears in the display. 1 Start program play (page 20). 2 Press REPEAT until REP PGM appears in the display.
all the tracks
tracks in random order
To cancel Repeat Play Stop play first. Then, press REPEAT until REP disappears from the display.
Creating your own program
You can arrange the playing order of up to 20 tracks on a CD or an MD.
Jog dial YES ENTER SHUF/PGM NO CANCEL
On the remote Press MODE until PGM appears in the display, then press the number button to select the track. Tip If you made a mistake, press NOCANCEL and re-enter the track number by turning the jog dial and press YESENTER.
Before you begin, make sure that the CD or MD player is in stop mode.
Press SHUF/PGM until PGM appears in the display. Turn the jog dial to select the track you want to program, and press YESENTER. Repeat this step. Programed tracks appear in the music calendar. (In case of CD)
Playing order Total programed time
(In case of MD)
Press CD ^ or MD ^ start program play. ( ) to
Tips If the program play is finished, the program is saved. You can play the same program again by pressing ^. The program is erased: if you open the lid of the CD compartment or if you take out the MD. During play, total programed time cannot be displayed.
To cancel Programme Play Stop play first. Then, press SHUF/PGM until PGM disappears from the display. To check the order of tracks before play Before starting the program play, press YESENTER. PGM Check appears in the display. Every time you press YESENTER, the track number appears in the programed order. To change the current program Change before starting the program play.
To erase the last track in the program Do this 1 Press NOCANCEL. The track programed last is erased. 2 Re-enter the track numbers by turning the jog dial and pressing YESENTER. 1 Press p to erase the whole program. 2 Create a new program following the programing procedure.
Playing preset radio stations
Once youve preset the stations, use the jog dial on the player or the number buttons on the remote to tune in your favorite stations.
On the remote 1 Press BAND until the band you want appears in the display. 2 Press the number button to tune in a stored station.
Press RADIO BAND until the band you want appears in the display. Turn the jog dial to display the preset number of the station you want.
Recording the track you are listening to
(Synchronized recording of a single track REC IT)
You can record the track you are listening to from its beginning using the TO TOP or TO END button.
REC IT TO TOP TO END HIGH SPEED
After you stop recording, do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the player while TOC EDIT is flashing in the display. If you do so, recording may not be done properly. If you turn up the volume too high, sound skipping may occur. Tips To record over the previous recording, see page 31. Once the clock is set, the recording date and time are stamped automatically (page 46). You can label the track during recording (page 42).
Insert a recordable MD. Insert the CD and play the track you want to record. To record at high speed, press HIGH SPEED. The indicator on the button lights up. To record at normal speed, skip this step. Press TO TOP or TO END of REC IT. The player goes back to the beginning of the track you are listening to, and starts recording. When you use a recorded MD: To record before the previous recording, press TO TOP. To record after the previous recording, press TO END. When you use a new MD: Press either TO TOP or TO END. When recording is finished, MD player will stop operation automatically but CD player will continue play.
Recording the tracks you programed
(Synchronized recording of the tracks you programed)
You can record the tracks you programed.
SYNCHRO REC CD(MD
Jog dial YES ENTER
SHUF/ PGM NO CANCEL
Tip If you made a mistake, press NOCANCEL and re-enter the track number using the jog dial and YESENTER.
Tune in the station you want to record from. Insert a recordable MD. Press REC (r on the remote). The player stands by for recording. Press MD ^ (MD ( or MD P on the remote). Recording will be made from the last recorded position.
To stop recording Press MD p.
Recording from the radio or a CD (continued)
Tip When you record a program of a station whose name is labeled on this player, the station name is recorded automatically as the track name (up to 50 names) (page 24). Notes
To pause recording Press MD ^ (MD P on the remote). Press the button again to resume recording.
Recording from a CD
Track marks on the source CD are recorded on the same positions on the MD. Track marks are also added automatically on the MD when you pause recording. If unnecessary track marks are added, erase them after recording (see Combining recorded tracks on page 39).
After you stop recording, do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the player while TOC EDIT is flashing in the display. If you do so, recording may not be done properly. If you turn up the volume too high, sound skipping may occur. Tips To record over the previous recording, see page 31. To add track marks during recording, press REC where you want to add track marks. To add track marks after recording, see Dividing recorded tracks on page 37.
Insert a CD. Press CD p to activate the CD player. Insert a recordable MD. Press REC (r on the remote). The player stands by for recording. Press MD ^ (MD ( or MD P on the remote). Recording will be made from the last recorded position. Press CD ^.
To stop recording Press MD p. To pause recording Press MD ^ (MD P on the remote). Press the button again to resume recording.
Recording on a recorded MD
There are two ways of recording on a recorded MD. To add to the previous recording. The previous recording will remain. To record over the previous recording. The previous recording will be erased.
Recording over the previous recording (the previous recording will be erased)
To record over from the beginning of the MD after erasing all tracks on the MD First, erase all tracks on an MD (page 35). You can use the MD the same as a new one. Then, record on the MD as usual. To record over from a specific point on the MD 1 Play the MD and press MD ^ to pause play at the point you want to start recording. 2 Press REC to make the player in standby mode. 3 Play the sound source. 4 Press MD ^ to start recording.
Note When recording over from a specific point on the MD: If the new recording is shorter than the previous recording, a part of the previous recording will remain after the recording. As you repeat this type of recording, many fragments of recording will remain on the MD. We recommend that you erase all tracks on the MD (page 35) if you no longer need to keep the recording. Then, start recording on the blank MD.
Adding recording (the previous recording will remain)
Insert a recorded MD, and start recording (pages 6, 29 and 30). Recording will be made from the last recorded position. If there is not enough space on the MD to record When recording a whole CD, CD>MD OK? appears in the display (page 7). When recording from the radio or a CD, press DISPLAY to check the recording remaining time on the MD.
Editing recorded tracks on the MD
On the MD, track marks are inserted between the tracks. You can find the beginning of the tracks quickly using the track marks. You can change the positions of the track marks. For instance, you can divide a certain track into several tracks by adding track marks. You can also combine some tracks into a new longer track by erasing some track marks. The position of the track marks to be added are different depending on the type of recording or recording conditions You can add or erase track marks after recording. When you record, for instance, from a radio or other equipment connected to the player, track marks may be added to the positions you do not want. If that happens, change the positions of the track marks to those you want. Change the track marks correctly To erase a track mark n Combining recorded tracks (Combine Function) (page 39): You can combine two tracks into a single one by erasing the track mark between the two tracks. To add a track mark n Dividing recorded tracks (Divide Function) (page 37): You can divide one track into two tracks by adding a track mark.
The type of recording Recording a whole CD (page 6) Recording from a CD using REC button (page 30) Recording from the radio or other equipment connected to the player (pages 29 and 60)
The position of the track marks to be added The same positions on the source CD The same positions on the source CD The position where you pause recording The position where you press REC When there is no sound input or a soft sound continues during recording for more than 2 seconds The positions where you pause recording The positions where you press REC
You can also use the following functions Erasing a single track n Erasing recordings (Erase Function) (page 34) Erasing all tracks on an MD n Erasing recordings (Erase Function) (page 35)
Changing the order of the tracks n Moving recorded tracks (Move Function) (page 41) Locating any point in the track quickly n Dividing recorded tracks (Divide Function) (page 37) Combining several independently recorded portions into a single track n Erasing recordings (Erase Function) (page 34) and Combining recorded tracks (Combine Function) (page 39)
Note After you stop recording, do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the player while TOC EDIT is flashing in the display. If you do so, recording may not be done properly.
EDIT YES ENTER
You can quickly erase the recorded tracks or unnecessary portion in the track. Unlike a cassette-corder, blank portion will not remain after erasure. Here are three options to erase recordings: Erasing a single track Erasing all tracks on an MD Erasing a portion of a track
Notes If Protected appears in the display, the tab on the MD is in the record-protect position (page 64). After you stop recording, do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the player while TOC EDIT is flashing in the display. If you do so, recording may not be done properly.
Erasing a single track
You can erase a whole track quickly. When you erase a track, the total number of tracks on the MD decreases by one and all tracks following the erased one are renumbered.
Play the track you want to erase. Press EDIT repeatedly until Track Erase appears in the display. Press YESENTER. Erase OK? appears in the display, and one-track repeat play starts. Once you have erased a track, you cannot recover it. Be sure to check the contents of the track you are trying to erase. If you want to cancel the erase function at this point: Press NOCANCEL or MD p.
Press YESENTER. Complete appears in the display for a few seconds, and the current track will be erased.
Erasing all tracks on an MD
You can erase the disc name, all recorded tracks and their names at the same time. After you have erased all tracks on the MD, you can use it as a new MD.
While the player is stopped, press EDIT repeatedly until All Erase appears in the display. Press YESENTER. Erase OK? appears in the display. Once you have erased a track, you cannot recover it. Be sure to check the contents of the track you are trying to erase. If you want to cancel the erase function at this point: Press NOCANCEL or MD p.
Before you begin, make sure TIMER PLAY or TIMER REC is not displayed. If either one is displayed, press STANDBY.
Prepare the music source you want to play.
Source CD MD RADIO LINE Do this Insert a CD. Insert an MD. Tune in the station. Turn on the equipment connected to LINE IN.
Press TIMER. TIMER PLAY or TIMER REC flashes in the display. Make the following settings by checking the indications in the display.
Turn the jog dial until TIMER PLAY flashes in the display, and press YESENTER. MD, CD, RADIO or LINE flashes in the display.
Turn the jog dial until the music source you want to play (MD, CD, RADIO or LINE) appears in the display, and press YESENTER.
Tip If you made a mistake, press NOCANCEL. The setting entered last will be cleared. Reenter it.
Set the timer to the hour and the minutes you want the music to go on. 1 Turn the jog dial to set the hour and press YESENTER. 2 Turn the jog dial to set the minutes and press YESENTER.
Set the timer to the hour and the minutes you want the music to go off (Do as step 5.). Turn the jog dial to set the volume you want, and press YESENTER. Press STANDBY. TIMER PLAY lights up; the player enters the standby mode. At the preset time, the power will go on and music will play. Then the power will go off at the preset time, and the player will enter the standby mode again.
Tips To exit the standby mode, press STANDBY to make TIMER PLAY disappear from the display. The preset settings remain until you reset them. As long as the t indication appears in the display, the player is in timer mode.
To check/change the waking up timer settings Press TIMER, then press YESENTER. Each time you press YESENTER, a stored setting is displayed in the set order. To change the setting, display the setting you want to change and re-enter it. To use the player before a timer playback starts If you turn on the player, you can use it as usual (in case of the radio, if you listen to the station which is different from the one you tuned in step 1 on page 48, you will hear that station at the preset time). Turn off the player before the preset time. To stop play Turn off the power.
Timer-recording radio programs
You can set timer to record the radio at a certain time. You can also record from the component connected to the LINE IN jack of the player. Make sure you have set the clock (see Setting the clock on page 46).
Notes You cannot preset recording timer and waking up timer (page 48) at the same time. When recording from the component connected to the LINE IN jack of the player, refer to the operating instructions of the component.
Tune in the radio station and insert an MD. Press TIMER. TIMER PLAY or TIMER REC flashes in the display. Make the following settings by checking the indications in the display.
Play the music source you want. Press SLEEP until SLEEP appears in the display. Press SLEEP to select the minutes for the sleeping timer. Each time you press the button, the indication changes as follows: 60 n 90 n 120 n no indication n 10 n 20 n 30. If 4 seconds have passed after you pressed SLEEP, the minutes in the display are entered. The preset time has passed, the player goes off automatically.
To cancel the sleep function Press SLEEP to make SLEEP disappear from the display. To change the preset time Do the steps 2 and 3 again.
Hooking up the system
According to the illustrations, connect the cords firmly. Wrong connections cause malfunctions. Connect the AC power cord last.
4 FM lead antenna 4 AM loop antenna
2 Audio connecting cord 2 Power cord Super woofer
Right speaker Left speaker 2 Speaker cord 3 Audio connecting cord 5 Power cord to a wall outlet 5 AC power cord
Note Be sure to turn off the power of the player before connecting/ disconnecting the AC power cord.
1 Arranging the super woofer and speakers
Leave at least a small space between the player, super woofer, and speakers. If you do not do this, vibration from the super woofer may cause the sound to skip.
Hooking up the system (continued)
Note Connect the supplied speakers to this player. If you connect any other speakers or equipment, a malfunction may occur.
2 Hooking up the speakers
Connect the power cord of the POWER OUTPUT on the left speaker to the POWER INPUT jack of the player.
Connect the audio connecting cord (supplied) to the SIGNAL OUTPUT jacks of the player and the SIGNAL INPUT jacks of the left speaker. Connect the white plugs to the L (left) jacks and the red plugs to the R (right) jacks.
Connect the speaker cord of the right speaker to the SPEAKER OUT terminals of the left speaker. 1 Push open the tab of the terminal. 2 Connect the red wire to the (+) plus terminal, and the black wire to the () minus terminal. 3 Push the tab of the terminal back.
3 Hooking up the super woofer
Connect the audio connecting cord (supplied) to the SIGNAL OUTPUT (WOOFER) jack of the player and the SIGNAL INPUT(WOOFER) jack of the super woofer.
Recording the sound from the connected components
5 Insert a recordable MD. Press LINE/LINE LEVEL on the top panel to display LINE. Press REC. The player stands by for recording. Press MD ^. Recording starts. Play the optional component connected to the LINE IN jack of the player.
If the volume of the component connected to the LINE IN jack is too high Press LINE/LINE LEVEL to display Level: High (Level: Normal under the normal conditions ) or reduce the volume of the connected component.
Using the super woofer
You can enjoy bass-boosted sound using the supplied super woofer.
Tip When adjusting the bass level, use a piece of music you listen to often. A piece with a strong bass line, such as music which features a bass guitar is also suitable for level adjustment.
Adjusting the woofer level Setting Up
Press POWER to turn on the player. The power of the super woofer turns on automatically.
Play your favorite music at your usual volume setting. Adjust the bass level of the super woofer using the LEVEL control. Turn the control clockwise little by little to increase the bass sound. Adjust the bass level to your personal preference. Once you have adjusted the bass level to match your music, you do not have to make any further adjustments. The volume of the super woofer will change accordingly as you adjust the VOL (volume) control of the player.
Adjusting the audio emphasis
You can adjust the audio emphasis of the bass sound or the bass/treble sound you are listening to.
Reinforcing the bass sound
Press MEGA BASS until MEGA BASS On appears in the display.
On the remote 1 Press BASS/TREBLE. 2 Adjust the sound using + or button. Note When the volume is too high, the sound adjustments may not be effective.
Adjusting the bass/treble sound
Press BASS/TREBLE until BASS or TREBLE appears in the display. Adjust the bass or treble sound using the jog dial.
As you turn the jog dial, the cursor moves left or right. As the cursor moves rightward, the level will be turned up. As the cursor moves leftward, the level will be turned down.
On safety As the laser beam used in the CD and MD player section is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the casing. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the player, unplug the player, and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. On power sources 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. Unplug the player from the wall outlet when it is not to be used for an extended period of time. When the batteries are not to be used, remove them to avoid damage that can be caused by battery leakage or corrosion. The nameplate indicating operating voltage, power consumption, etc. is located on the right side.
If the player is left in a car parked in the sun, be sure to choose a location in the car where the player will not be subjected to the direct rays of the sun. Since a strong magnet is used for the speakers, keep personal credit cards using magnetic coding or springwound watches away from the player to prevent possible damage from the magnet. On operation If the player is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the CD and MD player section. Should this occur, the player will not operate properly. In this case, remove the CD or MD and wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate. If you have any questions or problems concerning your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
On placement Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock. Do not place anything within 10 mm of the side of the cabinet. The ventilation holes must be unobstructed for the player to operate properly and prolong the life of its components.
Notes on CDs Before playing, clean the CD with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the CD from the centre out.
Cleaning the cabinet Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder, or solvent, such as alcohol or benzene. Notes on MDs Do not open the shutter to expose the MD. Close the shutter immediately if the shutter opens.
Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs. Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as there can be a considerable rise in temperature inside the car. Do not stick paper or sticker on the CD, nor scratch the surface of the CD. After playing, store the CD in its case. If there is a scratch, dirt or fingerprints on the CD, it may cause tracking error. Cleaning the lens If the lens becomes dirty, it may cause a skipping of sound during CD operation. Clean with a commercially available blower.
Wipe the disc cartridge with a dry cloth to remove dirt. Protecting a recorded MD To record-protect an MD, slide open the tab at the side of the MD (so the tab is concealed). In this position, the MD cannot be recorded. To record on the MD, slide close the tab.
Slide open the tab.
System limitations of the MD
The recording system in your MiniDisc recorder is radically different from those used in cassette and DAT decks and the system has limitations described below. Note, however, that these limitations are due to the inherent nature of the MD recording system itself and not to mechanical causes. Disc Full appears in the display even before the MD has reached the maximum recording time (60 or 74 minutes). When 254 tracks have been recorded on the MD, Disc Full appears regardless of the total recorded time. More than 254 tracks cannot be recorded on the MD. To continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks. Disc Full appears in the display even before the MD has reached the maximum track number or recording time. Repeated recording and erasing may cause fragmentation and scattering of data. Although those scattered data can be read, each fragment is counted as a track. In this case, the number of tracks may reach 254 and further recording is not possible. To continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks. The remaining recording time does not increase even after erasing numerous short tracks. Tracks under 12 seconds long are not counted, so erasing them may not increase the recording time. Some tracks cannot be combined with others. Track combination may become impossible when tracks are under 12 seconds long. The total recorded time and the remaining time on the MD may not reach the maximum recording time (60 or 74 minutes). Recording is done in minimum units of 2 seconds each, no matter how short the material. The contents recorded may thus be shorter than the maximum recording capacity. Disc space may also be further reduced by scratches. The sound may dropout while fastfowarding or rewinding the edited tracks. Tracks created through editing may exhibit sound dropout during fastforwarding or rewinding because highspeed playback takes time to search for the position on the disc when the tracks are scattered on the disc.
No Disc No MD PB Disc Protected Sorry Trk Protect No Text
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION With 4-ohm loads, both channels driven from 100 - 10,000 Hz; rated 7 W per channelminimum RMS power, with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion in AC operation. Super woofer with 4-ohm loads, driven at 70 Hz; rated 30 W minimum RMS power, with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion in AC operation. MD player section
System Minidisc digital audio system Disc MiniDisc Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wave length: 785 nm Emission duration: Continuous Laser output: Less than 44.6 W (This output is the value measured at a distance of about 200 mm from the objetive lens surface on the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.) Recording/playback time Maximum 74 minutes (with MDW-74) 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 programme positions 2 stereo programme positions Frequency response 20 - 20,000 Hz +1/2 dB Signal-to-noise ratio Over 80 dB (during playback) Wow and flutter Below measurable limit
CD player section
System Compact disc digital audio system Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wave length: 785 nm Emission duration: Continuous Laser output: Less than 44.6 W (This output is the value measured at a distance of about 200 mm from the objetive lens surface on the optical pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.) Spindle speed 200 r/min (rpm) to 500 r/min (rpm) (CLV) Number of programme positions 2 Frequency response 20 - 20,000 Hz +1/1 dB Wow and flutter Below measurable limit
Speaker Woofer: 10 cm (4 in.) dia., 4.0 ohms, cone type Power output 30 W (at 100 Hz) Power consumption AC 28 W Dimensions (incl. projecting parts) Approx. 231 mm (w/h/d) (inches) Mass Approx. 3.6 kg (7 lb. 15 oz.)
Frequency range FM: 87.6 - 108 MHz AM: 530 - 1,710 kHz Antennas FM: Lead antenna AM: Loop antenna
Speaker Full-range : 8 cm (3 in.) dia., 4 ohms cone type (2) Inputs LINE IN (stereo minijack): Sensitivity 436 mV/ 870 mV Outputs Headphones jack (stereo minijack) (1): For 32 ohms impedance headphones Power requirements For personal minidisc system: 120 V AC, 60 Hz For remote controller: 3 V DC, 2 size AA (R6) batteries Power consumption 34 W Dimensions (incl. projecting parts) Player: approx. 235 mm (w/h/d) (38 inches) Left speaker: approx. 235 mm (w/h/d) (inches) Right speaker: approx. 235 mm (w/h/d) (inches) Mass Player: approx. 2.9 kg (6 lb. 6 oz.) Left speaker: approx. 2.8 kg (6 lb. 3 oz.) Right speaker: approx. 1.4 kg (3 lb. 1 oz.) Supplied accessories Remote controller (1) FM lead antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) Audio connecting cord (2)
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