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On cleaning Fingerprints or dust on the disc may cause poor sound reproduction or sound dropout. Before playing a disc, clean it with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out.
On power sources
Before operating the recorder, check that the operating voltage of the deck is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the recorder. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. If you are not going to use the recorder for a long time, be sure to disconnect the recorder from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord. AC power cord must be changed only at a qualified service shop.
Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for vinyl LPs.
Note on High-Speed CD to CD-R or CD-RW SynchroRecording
Certain CD conditions may cause sound dropout or noise in the recording results, or even create unwanted tracks on the CD-R or CD-RW. If this happens, clean the CD as instructed in On cleaning above, and record material to the CDR or CD-RW using normal-speed CD to CD-R or CD-RW Synchro-Recording only.
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On condensation in the recorder
If the recorder 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 recorder. Should this occur, the recorder may not operate properly. In this case, remove the CD, CD-R, or CD-RW and leave the recorder turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates.
On handling Discs
To keep the disc clean, handle it by its edge. Do not touch the surface. Do not stick adhesive papers or tapes onto the disc.
Note on CD-R or CD-RW playback
When you playback a CD-R or CD-RW recorded by a CD-R or CD-RW recorder, you may not be able to playback, depending on the recording conditions (e.g., dirty disc, etc.). Also, you should note that you need to finalize a CD-R or CD-RW before playing back on another system other than the one used to make the recording. (Finalizing is a process to complete the recording.) After finalizing a CD-R disc, you can play it in any conventional CD player. However, depending on the state of the recording, there may be sound skips during playback. After finalizing a CD-RW disc, you can play it in a CD-RW compatible player only.
Only regular circular discs can be used in this recorder. Irregularly shaped discs, such as star- or heart-shaped discs may damage the recorder. If there is glue or a similar substance on the disc, remove it completely before using the disc.
Do not expose the disc 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. Store discs in their cases. Do not store discs either stacked horizontally or standing vertically without their cases.
Unpacking.. 5 Hooking Up the System. 5 This Recorder Can Use the Following Discs.. 6
Recording on CDR
Recording a CD to CD-R or CD-RW disc at Normal Speed. 14 Recording a CD to CD-R or CD-RW disc at High Speed.. 15 Recording on a CD-R or CD-RW disc Manually. 17 Auto/Manual Track Increment. 18 Finalizing a CD-R or CD-RW disc.. 19 Unfinalizing a CD-RW disc.. 20 Erasing a single track of CD-RW disc.. 21 Erasing an Entire CD-RW disc. 21
Playing a CD... 7 Using the display.. 8 Locating a Specific Track.. 10 Locating a Particular Point in a Track.. 11 Playing Tracks Repeatedly (Repeat Play).. 11 Playing in Random Order (Shuffle Play).. 12 Creating Your Own Program (Program Play).. 12 Alternating Discs from One Tray to the Other (Relay Play).. 13
Error Messages. 22 System Limitations.. 22 Troubleshooting.. 23 Specifications. Back cover
Check that you received the following items: Audio connecting cord (2) Remote commander (remote) (1) Size AA (R6) batteries (2).
Hooking Up the System
Getting Started Started Overview
This section describes how to hook up the CD recorder to an amplifier. Be sure to turn off the power of each component before making the connections. Use the audio connecting cord (supplied) (2).
Inserting batteries into the remote
You can control the recorder using the supplied remote. Insert two size AA (R6) batteries by matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the markings inside the compartment. When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor on the recorder.
l: Signal flow The cord you need to hook up your recorder
Audio connecting cords (supplied) (2)
Do not leave the remote near an extremely hot or humid place. Do not use a new battery with an old one. Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries. Do not expose the remote sensor to direct light from the sun or lighting apparatus. Doing so may cause a malfunction. If you dont use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
White (L) Red (R)
Connecting the recorder to an amplifier
This Recorder Can Use the Following Discs
This recorder can use three types of discs as follows:
Connect the amplifier to the ANALOG IN/ OUT jacks using the audio connecting cords (supplied), making sure to match the colorcoded cords to the appropriate jacks on the components: red (R) to red and white (L) to white. Be sure to make connections firmly to prevent hum and noise.
IN L R TAPE / MD
Discs with the logo above (Audio CD) can be played by both DECK A (the CD player section) and DECK B (the CD-R or CD-RW recording section) of the recorder.
IN L R
l: Signal flow Connecting the recorder to a digital component such as CD player, DAT deck, or MD deck
Connect the component through the DIGITAL OPTICAL IN/OUT connectors with two optical cables (not supplied).
When using the optical cables
Discs with the logo above (Audio CD-R) are recordable only one time. When you finalize (page 19) the disc, you can play it in either DECK A (the CD player section) or DECK B (the CD-R or CD-RW recording section), and you can play it in any conventional CD player, including home, car, and portable models (A unfinalized disc can be played only in DECK B). When you buy a CD-R disc, please note that you must buy an audio CD-R disc. A CD-R disc designed for computer use will not work in the recorder.
Take the caps off the connectors and then insert the plugs parallelly until they click into place. Be sure not to bend or tic together the optical cables.
Discs with the logo above (Audio CD-RW) are recordable, and also re-writable. When you finalize (page 19) the disc, you can play it in either DECK A (the CD player section) or DECK B (the CD-R or CD-RW recording section), and CD-RW compatible players. They will not play back in most current CD players unless the player is CD-RW compatible (A unfinalized disc can be played only in DECK B). When you buy a CD-RW disc, please note that you must buy an audio CD-RW disc. A CD-RW disc designed for computer use will not work in the recorder.
l: Signal flow Connecting the AC power cord
Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet.
Do not connect the AC power cord to a switched outlet.
This logo means that a unit is compatible with Audio CD-R discs and Audio CD-RW discs (both Audio CD-R discs and Audio CD-RW discs can be used).
Playing a CD
This recorder has two decks. When using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A (the CD player section), or to CDR for operations on DECK B (the CD-R or CDRW recording section). In this manual, the CD player section is just called DECK A, and the CD-R and CD-RW recording section is called DECK B.
Do the following:
Stop playback Pause playing Select a track Go to the beginning of the current track or the preceding track
Press x. Press X. Press the button again or press H to resume playing. Press AMS* >. Press AMS.
Take out the disc Press A on DECK A or B, which ever contains the disc you want to remove after stopping play. * AMS: Automatic Music Sensor
You can start playing with the track selected in Step 4. 1 Press AMS. or > (or press. or > on the remote) to select the track you want to play using the display*. 2 Press H. *See Using the Display on page 8.
CD/CDR select Tips
You can remove and load discs while playing another disc. Press A of the deck that is not currently playing to open that tray, and remove or load a disc.
1 Turn on the amplifier and set the
source selector to the recorder.
2 Press POWER. 3 Press A and place a disc on the inner
circle of DECK A (or B). Press A again to close the disc tray.
You can play unfinalized CD-R or CD-RW discs only in DECK B. If you attempt to play an unfinalized disc in the DECK A, a DISC ERROR message will appear to remind you to play the disc in DECK B. For the detailed explanation about finalizing, see Finalizing a CD-R or CD-RW disc on page 19. At the end of a listening session, remove the discs from the decks by following the instructions in step 3. Do not leave the disc tray open when the unit is not in use to prevent dust and dirt from entering the unit and to prevent damage to the disc tray.
With the label side up
4 Press H.
The recorder starts playing. Adjust the volume on the amplifier.
Using the display
When you check the total number of tracks and total playing time of the disc while the recorder is stopped, the information appears as follows:
Checking the information of the disc
Each time you press the TIME button while the recorder is playing, the front panel display for any deck that has a disc inside shows information as follows:
The track number and playing time are displayed.
The track number and remaining time of the track currently being played are displayed.
Using the TIME button
You can use the TIME button to check disc and track information such as the total track number, total playing time of the tracks, track number and remaining time of the track currently being played, and remaining recordable time of the CD-R or CD-RW disc.
The the total remaining time of the disc is displayed.
TIME The track number and playing time are displayed
The total remaining time of the disc is displayed.
Checking the remaining recordable time
When you placed an unfinalized CD-R or CDRW in the DECK B, you can also check the remaining recordable time. The information appears as follows: Before using the remote, set SELECT to CDR for operations on DECK B. Each time you press TIME, the front panel display is change as below.
The total track number and total playing time are displayed
The TOC indicator
When you put an unfinalized CD-R disc or CDRW disc in the disc tray, the TOC indicator lights up.
For details on finalizing, refer to page 19, and page 20 for unfinalizing.
When you put a CD or finalized CD-R disc in a disc tray, the CD indicator lights up as CD.
The total track number and the remaining recordable time are displayed
On the TOC and CD-R/RW indicator
The CD-R/RW indicator shows which type of recordable disc is in DECK B, and whether the recordable disc has been already finalized.
The CD-R/RW indicator
When you put an unfinalized CD-R disc in the disc tray, the CD-R/RW indicator lights up as CD-R. When you put a CD-RW disc in the disc tray, the CD-R/RW indicator lights up CD-RW, and it does not matter if the disc has not been finalized.
Locating a Specific Track
You can quickly locate any track while playing a disc by using the AMS. and > (Automatic Music Sensor) on the deck,. and > buttons on the remote, or number buttons on the remote. Before using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A, or to CDR for operations on DECK B.
Playing directly using the number buttons
You can playback a track directly by using the number buttons. Press the track number you want to play. The track will be played shortly after you press the number buttons. If the number is 2 digits, press the second digit immediately after you press the first digit. Example: When you press 1 (or 2 ,etc.), 1-- appears on the front panel display. If you dont press the second digit immediately, track 1 will be played shortly after 1-- appears on the front panel display.
Stop playback The next or succeeding tracks
Press x. During playback, press AMS* > until you find the track.
The beginning During playback, press AMS. of the current or until you find the track. preceding tracks A specific track Press the number button(s) on the directly remote to enter the track number. * AMS: Automatic Music Sensor
To pause playing at the beginning of a track, press AMS. or > (or press. or > on the remote) after pausing playback.
Locating a Particular Point in a Track
You can also use the m and M buttons to locate a particular point in a track during playback or playback pause. Before using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A, or to CDR for operations on DECK B.
Playing Tracks Repeatedly (Repeat Play)
You can play tracks repeatedly in any play mode. Before using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A, or to CDR for operations on DECK B.
To locate a point
Press and hold
1 Each time you press REPEAT on the
remote, the REPEAT indicator in the front panel display lights and toggles as REPEAT, REPEAT 1, and then lights off.
While During playback, press m or M monitoring the on the remote repeatedly. sound
The deck repeats the tracks as follows:
If the disc reaches the end while you are pressing M on the remote during sound monitoring, the recorder stops. Tracks that are only a few seconds long may be too short to scan using the search function. For such tracks, it is better to play the disc at normal speed.
When the disc The deck repeats is played in
Normal play (page 7) Shuffle play (page 12) Program Play (page 12)
All the tracks by REPEAT. One track repeat by REPEAT 1 All the tracks in random order by REPEAT All the same Program by REPEAT
2 Press H.
To stop Repeat Play
To cancel Repeat Play
Press REPEAT until the indicator disappears.
You cannot use Repeat Play, when Relay Play is ON (page 13).
Playing in Random Order (Shuffle Play)
You can have the recorder shuffle tracks and play them in random order. Before using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A, or to CDR for operations on DECK B.
Creating Your Own Program (Program Play)
You can specify the playback order of the tracks on a disc to create your own programs containing up to 20 tracks. Before using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A, or to CDR for operations on DECK B.
You cannot create a program containing tracks from both DECK A and DECK B.
While the recorder is stopped or playing, press SHUFFLE PLAY on the remote until SHUFFLE appears in the front panel display.
To stop Shuffle Play
1 While the recorder is stopped, press
PROGRAM on the remote until PGM appears in the front panel display.
2 Press > on the remote until the
desired track appears, then press PROGRAM on the remote.
To play from the beginning of the current track again, press AMS. You cannot use AMS. to go back to tracks that have already been played.
3 To program additional tracks, repeat
REPEAT 1 is canceled if you set Shuffle Play.
4 Press H to start Program Play.
To stop Program Play
To cancel Program Play
While the recorder is stopped, press PROGRAM on the remote until PGM disappears.
To select the desired track using the number buttons
Press the number buttons instead of performing Step 2.
To erase the last programmed track
Press CLEAR on the remote. Each time you press the button, the last programmed track is erased.
Alternating Discs from One Tray to the Other (Relay Play)
When there is a disc in each deck, you can alternately play the decks so that when one disc is finished, the other will begin to play automatically for continuous play between the 2 decks. Before using the remote, set SELECT to CD for operations on DECK A, or to CDR for operations on DECK B.
The program remains even after Program Play ends. When you press H, you can play the same program again.
Full appears on the front panel display when you program over 20 tracks. Erase the unnecessary tracks to enter other tracks. The program is erased when you press POWER to turn off.
Press RELAY until RELAY appears in the display. When the disc in DECK A has played through to the end, DECK B begins to play. Play alternates between the two decks continuously until you press stop or change operations.
To stop Relay Play
REPEAT or REPEAT 1 is canceled if you set Relay Play.
Recording a CD to CD-R or CD-RW disc at Normal Speed
(Normal Speed Synchro-Recording)
You can easily make digital recordings from a CD to a CD-R, or CD-RW, making track numbers in the same sequence as the original CD. Before recording, see Notes on page 16. After recording, you must finalize the disc. Until the disc is properly finalized, it cannot be played on any other machine. See Finalizing a CD-R or CD-RW disc on page 19.
TOC starts to flash. The recorder starts to read the TOC (Table of Contents) data and shows the type of the disc in the deck on the front panel display.
3 Press A of DECK A and place a CD on
the disc tray. Press A of DECK A again to close the disc tray.
4 Press CD SYNCHRO NORMAL.
CD SYNCHRO appears and REC flashes in the front panel display. And the recorder (DECK B) optimizes itself for the best possible recording and OPC appears on the display shortly. DECK A will check that digital recording is available. DECK B stands by for recording, and DECK A stands by for playing.
CD SYNCHRO NORMAL CD SYNCHRO NORMAL
5 If the front panel display is displayed as
above, it will be ready to record. Press H on the front panel or on the remote to start recording.
Recording starts. DECK A and DECK B will automatically stop after recording.
1 track CD synchro (Normal speed)
During stop, press AMS (./>) until you find the track after you press CD SYNCHRO NORMAL.
1 Press POWER. 2 Press A of DECK B and place a
recordable CD-R or CD-RW on the disc tray. Press A of DECK B again to close the disc tray.
Program synchro (Normal speed)
After creating your own program (page 12), press CD SYNCHRO NORMAL.
To stop recording
When copying a disc digitally recorded under control of the Serial Copy Management System (SCMS), the recorder automatically select the analog recording. When copying a commercial music CD contains copy-prohibit signals, the recorder automatically select the analog recording.
Recording a CD to CD-R or CD-RW disc at High Speed
(High Speed Synchro-Recording)
You can easily make digital recordings from a CD to a CD-R, or CD-RW, faster than normal Synchro-Recording, making track numbers in the same sequence as the original CD. Before recording, see Notes on page 16. After recording, you must finalize the disc. Until the disc is properly finalized, it cannot be played on any other machine. See Finalizing a CD-R or CD-RW disc on page 19.
4 Press CD SYNCHRO HIGH.
CD SYNCHRO HIGH
High-Speed recording starts. You cannot monitor the recorded signal during recording. DECK A and DECK B will automatically stop after recording.
1 track CD synchro (High speed)
During stop, press AMS (./>) until you find the track after you press CD SYNCHRO HIGH.
When copying a disc digitally recorded under control of the Serial Copy Management System (SCMS), the recorder automatically select the analog recording and the recording speed will become normal. When copying a commercial music CD contains copy-prohibit signals, the recorder automatically select the analog recording, and the recording speed will become normal.
You cannot record over existing material. The recorder automatically starts recording from the end of the existing material. Make sure that the remaining recordable time on the CD-R or CD-RW is longer than the playing time of the CD, especially if you want to record all the tracks on the CD. You cannot pause recording in Synchro-Recording. If the play mode is set to Repeat Play, it automatically switches to normal play in step 4. If you set Program Play, you cannot use the High Speed Synchro-Recording mode for recording. When you select the High Speed Synchro Recording mode during Program Play, the recorder will automatically make a copy at normal speed. You cannot use the recording function when you set Shuffle Play. If an error message appears on the front panel display, refer to Error Messages on page 22. With the following kinds of CDs, you may experience a reading failure or noise when recorded to a CD-R or CD-RW. CD with adhesive labels attached to them Irregularly shaped CDs (for example, heart or star shaped) CDs with printed text concentrated on one side only Old CDs Scratched CDs Dirty CDs Warped CDs When TOC WRITE flashes in the display, the recorder is currently updating the table of contents (TOC). Do not move the recorder or pull out the AC power cord. If the following occurs during CD playback or recording, a reading error may occur or noise may be produced in the recorded results: The CD tray or other part of the system is bumped. The system is placed on an uneven or soft surface. The system is located near a speaker, door, or other source of vibration.
Note on a copy protection
Some commercial CD discs may contain a copy protection code that will prevent the disc from being recorded. In this case, the COPY PROHIBIT indicator will appear.
Do not disconnect the recorder from the power source immediately after recording.
If you do, recorded material may not be saved to the CD-R or CD-RW. When BUSY or UPDATE appears in the display, the deck is currently updating track information. When UPDATE stops being displayed, it is safe to disconnect the AC power cord.
Recording on a CD-R or CD-RW disc Manually
You can start recording from the end of the existing material. When using the remote, set SELECT to CDR for operations on DECK B. To perform Synchro-Recording, see Recording a CD to CD-R or CD-RW disc at Normal Speed on page 14 or Recording a CD to CD-R or CD-RW disc at High Speed on page 15.
5 Adjust the recording level (ANALOG IN
only), if necessary. For details, see Adjusting the Recording Level on page 18.
6 Press H. 7 Start playing the sound source you
want to record. Recording on CDR To pause recording
Press X. To resume recording, press the button again or press H.
Whenever you pause recording, a new track number is added. For example, if you paused recording while recording on track 4, the track number increases by one on track 5 and recording continues on the new track when recording is resumed.
Press x. BUSY, and then UPDATE appear while updating the information of the disc before stopping the recording.
source selector to the position for the sound source you want to record.
2 Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW on
3 Press INPUT repeatedly to select the
To record through Select
You cannot operate the CD player section while the deck is recording or standing by for recording with OPTICAL or ANALOG selected with the INPUT button. If you press the REC button during recording, you can add a track (The track must be longer than 4 seconds). Press X when the recorder is in standby for recording to add a silent (around 2 seconds) before a song you are recording. The recorder automatically enters standby again. This recorder uses the Serial Copy Management System (SCMS), which allows only first-generation digital copies to be made of premastered software via the recorder's digital input. Therefore you may not be able to record a CD-R or CD-RW digitally through OPTICAL IN, depending on the content being record.
DIGITAL OPTICAL OPTICAL ANALOG IN ANALOG
1 Press ERASE twice until DISC ERASE
appears in the front panel display.
The LAST TR ERASE indicator will begin to flash, and the PLAY, PAUSE, and REC indicators light up for about 8 seconds. Erasing enters in standby mode.
The DISC ERASE indicator will begin to flash, and the PLAY, PAUSE, and REC indicators light up for about 8 seconds. Entire disc erasing enters in the standby mode.
2 Press H while LAST TR ERASE is
2 Press H while DISC ERASE is
The last track erasing starts. During the last track erasing, LAST ERASE appears in the display. When this process is finished, the total track number and the total playing time appears in the display.
Entire disc erasing starts. During erasing, DISC ERASE appears in the front panel display. When this process is finished, 00.00 appears in the display.
The TOC (red) indicator appears on the front panel display if the disc you put in the DECK B has not been finalized. Check the indicator each time before erasing the last track of a disc. Once erasing process starts, you cannot stop in the middle of the process. Do not turn off the recorder or disconnect the recorder from the power source in the middle of the erasing process.
Once entire disc erasing process starts, you cannot stop the erasing in the middle of the process. Do not turn off the recorder or disconnect the recorder from the power source in the middle of the erasing process.
The following table explains the error messages that appear in the display.
TOC appears for a long time
If the inserted recordable CD-R/RW is brand new, TOC appears in the front panel display longer than for CD-R/RWs that have been used.
A record-related button has been pressed when a finalized disc is in the DECK B. A record-related button has been pressed when a standard CD is in the DECK B.
Limitations when recording over an existing track
The correct remaining recording time may not be displayed. You may find it impossible to record over a track if that track has been recorded over several times already. The remaining recording time may be shortened out of proportion to the total recorded time. Recording over a track to eliminate noise is not recommended since this may shorten the duration of the track. You may find it impossible to label a track after recording over a previous one. You can record songs for up to 99 tracks.
A non-audio CD-ROM or a CDVideo disc has been placed in the machine. An unfinalized disc has been placed in the DECK A. There is a problem with the disc. A DVD disc has been placed in the unit.
There is not enough time left on the disc to complete a planned recording. There is a problem with the tray. A dubbing has not been completed properly. More than 20 tracks have been programmed. A record-related button has been pressed when a non-audio disc is in the DECK B.
ERROR FAILED FULL NO AUDIO
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the recorder, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem before requesting repairs.
The sound has a lot of static.
Strong magnetism from a television or a similar device is interfering with operations. Move the recorder away from the source of strong magnetism.
No sound is output.
DECK A (the CD player section)
The player does not start playing
Insert a disc. Place the disc properly. Clean the disc. Place the disc with the label side up. Moisture condensation has formed inside the recorder. Take the disc out and leave the recorder turned on for about an hour until the moisture evaporates. Press POWER to turn the recorder on.
Make the connections properly. Operate the amplifier properly. When using the headphones, turn PHONE LEVEL to turn up the output level.
The remote does not operate the recorder.
Make sure that there are no obstacles between the recorder and the remote. Point the remote at the remote sensor on the recorder. Replace the batteries in the remote.
DECK B (the CD-R and CD-RW recording section)
The recorder does not operate or operates poorly.
After youve attempted the prescribed remedies
If the recorder still does not operate properly, or if other problems not described above occur, turn off the recorder, then reinsert the plug into the power outlet. Should any problem persist even after reinserting the power plug, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The CD-R or CD-RW may be damaged. Replace the disc.
The recorder does not start playing
Moisture has formed inside the recorder. Take the disc out and leave the recorder in a warm place for several hours until the moisture evaporates. Press POWER to turn the recorder on. Place the CD-R or CD-RW with the label side up. Replace the CD-R or CD-RW with one that has been recorded.
The recorder does not record
The CD-R or CD-RW is finalized. Unfinalize (for CD-RW only) the disc and try again. Make connections properly to the sound source. The sound source is not connected to the selected input connector. Select the correct input connector using INPUT. The recording level is not adjusted properly. Adjust the recording level properly. There has been a power failure or the AC power cord has been disconnected during recording. Data recorded to that point may be lost.
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