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afandi2001 4:48pm on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 
The Sony KDL40W5500 accordingly costs a pretty penny although if you know where to go it can be had for a pretty reasonable cost compared to lesser ri...
jfantenb 10:32pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010 
I bought this TV just under 2 years ago and I have found it to be extremely reliable with a fantastic picture. I bought this TV during the Easter sale after spending a few weeks researching the TVs available (looking for good value for money). We paid £399.
msmusso 9:59pm on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 
I will be a bit bias as i own this TV...its AMAZING. The sony Bravia series of televisions are without a doubt one of the best.
magnusl 4:43pm on Friday, August 27th, 2010 
Simply Stunning Excellent TV. 5 stars Only had the tv for a day but after hooking it up to the ps3 im blown away with the hd videos great quality and the sounds is amazing for buil...
simahdan 11:58am on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 
I bought this tv on 18/12/09. I had just bought a PS3 and wanted a good tv to play games on. The tv is fantastic.
TomFromGermany 4:55am on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 
Sony-KDL32W5500U: Overall I am very pleased with this TV, which I use with a Humax Foxsat HDR (connected via HDMI). Fantastic product Bought this item a month ago and thus far am extremely happy with it. The first thing to mention was the speed of delivery.
DewiCorn 6:58am on Friday, March 26th, 2010 
I have just purchased a Sony KDL-32W5500 from 1staudiovisual.co.uk as after spending days trawling the net I was unable to beat their price. Sony are just about the top of the league when it comes to audovisual fare.

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What cords will I need?

Audio cord (supplied) (1) White (L) Red (R) White (L) Red (R)

Hookups

When connecting an audio cord, be sure to match the color-coded cord to the appropriate jacks on the components: Red (right) to Red and White (left) to White. Be sure to connect firmly to avoid hum and noise.

CD player

IN OUT
If you have a Sony component with the CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jack
Connect the component via the CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jack. You can simplify the operations of audio systems composed of separate Sony components. For details, refer to the supplementary CONTROL A1 Control System instructions.

INPUT CD L

Connecting the AC power cord
Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet.

2ND CD

ANALOG
Note on placement of the player
If you have a digital component such as a digital amplifier, D/A converter, DAT, or MD
Connect the component via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector using an optical cable (not supplied). Take off the cap and plug in the optical cable. Note that you cannot use fading in or out (page 26) and Time Fade (page 26) functions when making this connection.
Be sure to place the player in a flat, horizontal place. If the player is left in a slanted position, it may cause a malfunction or damage the player.
Optical cable (not supplied) CD player Digital component

DIGITAL INPUT

OPTICAL

OPTICAL OUT

DIGITAL
When you connect via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector, noise may occur when you play CD software other than music, such as a CD-ROM.
You can check the disc information by observing the TV screen when you connect the player and your TV with the video cable.
Video cord (supplied) CD player TV

INPUT VIDEO

MONITOR
Connecting Another CD Player
If you have a Sony CD player in which 5, 50, 200, 300, or 400 discs can be inserted and which is equipped with the CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jack and the command mode of that player can be set to CD 3, you can control that player as the second player with this player. After connecting this player and an amplifier, follow the procedure below. Be sure to turn off the power of each player before making this connection.

Move the cursor (B) to Set up by using the Easy scroll key, then press the Easy scroll key.
P l aye r check B a c k l i g h t mo d e Co n t r a s t a d j u s t Memo r y c l e a r
Move the cursor to Contrast adjust, then press the Easy scroll key.
CONTRAS T con t r as t AD J US T ad j us t
Move the cursor to Player check, then press the Easy scroll key. The display shows the disc data in the player after Now player checking. appears.
Adjust the contrast by pressing the Easy scroll key up or down and holding until the desired level of contrast is attained. Press the Easy scroll key.
Ma s t e r p l a y e r = CD 1 / 0 d i s c s
When you connect another CD player, the disc data in the second CD player also appears.
Ma s t e r p l a y e r = CD 1 / 0 d i s c s 2nd p l aye r = CD 3 / d i s c s
When you change the command mode of the player or connect a 2nd player, be sure to perform Player check.
Turning off the LCD back light
You can conserve the remotes batteries by turning off the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) backlight.

Inserting CDs

You can insert up to 400 discs into this player. ?/1

OPEN/CLOSE JOG

Top view of the disc slot
Playing position Rotary table
Move the cursor (B) to Back light mode by using the Easy scroll key, then press the Easy scroll key.

Loading position

L CD B a c k l i g h t ON OF F
Press ?/1 to turn on the player. Open the front cover by pressing OPEN/CLOSE.
Move the cursor to OFF, then press the Easy scroll key.
If you erase all the data stored in the remote (page 31), follow the procedure above to turn the backlight off again.
Turn the JOG dial until you find the disc slot where you want to insert a disc, while checking the disc number (written beside every slot and also indicated in the small display).

Small display

Disc number
Disc slot at the loading position
The disc number at the loading position appears in the display. If the disc has a Disc Name (see page 27), the Disc Name appears instead of the disc number. As you turn the JOG dial, the disc number or the Disc Name changes.

If appears in the large display, the disc has reached the end while you were pressing M. Turn the. AMS > dial counterclockwise or press m to go back.
Locating a specific track or a point in a track while observing the remote display

Using the Display

You can check stored disc information, such as the Disc Names (see page 27) or Artist Names (see page 36), by using the display. Unlike a normal CD, a CD TEXT disc includes information such as the disc title or artist name. The display shows the CD TEXT information so that you can check the current disc title, artist name, and track title. When the player detects a CD TEXT disc, CD TEXT appears in the display. If your CD TEXT disc has multi-language capacity, MULTI CD TEXT appears in the display. If you want to check the information in another language, refer to Selecting the language of the CD TEXT information on page 15.

SCROLL MENU/NO JOG

TRACK Easy scroll key H./> m/M
During stop mode, press TRACK.
D i sc123 * D I SC - 3 * 1. ( TRACK 1 ) 2. ( TRACK 2 )
Display information of the normal discs
Display information in stop mode The display shows the current disc number, total number of tracks, and total playing time of the disc.
Current disc number or Disc Name etc.
Move the cursor (B) to the desired track by using the Easy scroll key.

3. 4. 5. 6.

( TRACK 3 ) ( TRACK 4 ) ( TRACK 5 ) ( TRACK 6 )

Total number of tracks

NEXT DISC 2nd PLAYER

Total playing time

Press the Easy scroll key. To return to the previous display, press BACK.
When you select a CD TEXT disc, track titles appear in step 2 instead of the track numbers. Current disc number
Display information of the playing disc While playing a disc, the display shows the current disc number, track number, playing time of the track, and the next disc number.
The information is displayed as follows: When the Artist Name is assigned to the current disc Disc title of CD TEXT/ Assigned Artist Name When no Artist Name is assigned to the current disc Disc title of CD TEXT/Artist name of CD TEXT
Current track number Next disc number
Playing time of the track
Selecting the language of the CD TEXT information
You can select the language used to display the CD TEXT information when you select a CD TEXT disc with multi-language information. Once you select the language, the display shows the information in the selected language until you turn off the player. If the player cannot read the language memorized in a CD TEXT disc, other lang. appears.

Current disc number

The large display shows up to 13 characters of the information. When you press SCROLL, all the information scrolls in the display. The information is displayed as follows: When the Artist Name is assigned to the current disc Disc Name/ Assigned Artist Name When no Artist Name is assigned to the current disc Disc Name

You cannot program the second players discs and tracks by using the remote. The programmed disc and track numbers that are not found in the player or on the disc are deleted from the program, and the rest of the program is played in the programmed order.
Move the cursor (B) to Program input by using the Easy scroll key, then press the Easy scroll key.
A : P r o g r am B : P r o g r am C : P r o g r am D : P r o g r am

A B C D

Labeling the program Z 1
To input a letter, press the number button corresponding to the desired letter (indicated beside each number button). The cursor disappears and the first space for the Disc Name flashes. Each time you press the button, the letter changes cyclically among the ones indicated beside the button. To input symbols, press the number button 1 repeatedly until the desired symbol appears in the display.
Move the cursor to the program you want to label, then press the Easy scroll key.
Push the Easy scroll key up to move the cursor to the program name, then push the Easy scroll key. The flashing cursor (b) appears.
Characters assigned to each number button
Example: To select the letter E Press the number button 3 twice. tD

Press 3.

P r o g N ame W r i t e P r o g r am A : ( AB ) [ ]
Press CAPS to find the desired letter type. Each time you press the button, the letter type changes cyclically among capital letters (AB), small letters (ab), and numbers (12). To select a symbol, select the capital or small letter type.
To insert a space, press SPACE once. To input a number, press CAPS twice to change the letter type, then press the desired number button.
Press another number button or > to go to the next space, then repeat steps 4 to 6 to input more characters. Press ENTER when you finish inputting characters.

Letter type

You can label by using the Easy scroll key
Select a character by using the Easy scroll key in step 5.
Playing the program you create using the remotes display 1

If you make a mistake while inputting the character(s) To correct a single character that was input
1 Press > until the cursor moves next to the incorrect character.
P r o g N ame W r i t e P r o g r am A : ( AB ) [ SONY B ]
2 Press DEL to delete the incorrect character.
Move the cursor (B) to Program play by using the Easy scroll key, then press the Easy scroll key.
P r o g N ame W r i t e P r o g r am A : ( AB ) [ SONY ]
3 Input the correct character.
To correct the character currently being input
1 Press DEL to delete the incorrect character. 2 Input the correct character.
Select the desired program by pressing the Easy scroll key up or down, then press the Easy scroll key. Keep the remote point toward the player for few seconds until the program data is completely transmitted.
To insert a character(s) between the input characters
Press > until the cursor moves next to the point you want to insert, and enter the character(s).
P r o g r am da t a t r ans f e r
Di sc4 * D I SC 4 * Tr ack1 ( TRACK 1 )
Program Play starts when the player finishes loading the program data from the remote. If the player fails in loading, the following message appears. Press the Easy scroll key again.
da t a t r ans f e r fai lure ! T r y aga i n !
The program you create using the remote is stored in the player as PROGRAM 1. If you had previously created a PROGRAM 1, it is automatically erased.

Using the Timer

You can start playing a disc at any given time by connecting a timer (not supplied). Refer also to the instructions for the timer if you need help.

TIMER Play mode buttons

Fading In or Out
You can manually fade the sound in or out to prevent tracks from starting or ending abruptly. Note that you cannot use this effect when you use the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector.
Press one of the play mode buttons to select the desired play mode. Set TIMER on the player to PLAY. Set the timer to the desired time. The player turns off. When the set time comes, the player turns on and starts playing. After you have used the timer, set TIMER on the player to OFF.

Start play fading in

Press FADER

During pause. FADE flashes and FADE IN appears in the display. The play fades in. When you want to start fading out. FADE flashes and FADE OUT appears in the display. The play fades out and the player pauses.

End play fading out

Fading lasts for about 5 seconds.
Storing Information About CDs (Custom Files) About CDs (Custom Files) Storing Information
What You Can Do With the Custom Files
The player can store four types of information called Custom Files for each disc. Once you have stored Custom Files for a disc, the player automatically recalls what you have stored whenever you select the disc. Note that Custom Files are erased if you do not use the player for about one month.
Labeling Discs (Disc Name)
You can label discs using up to 20 characters and have the player display the Disc Name each time you select the disc. The Disc Name can be anything you like, such as a title, musicians name, category, or date of purchase. You can also label the discs in the second player.
z You can store this information:

When you use

Disc Name (page 27) Delete Bank (page 32) Group File (page 33) Artist File (page 36)
When you select a CD TEXT disc
The disc title is automatically stored as the Disc Name. If the disc title has more than 20 characters, only the first 20 characters of the disc title are stored (see page 15). When you replace a disc with a CD TEXT disc, the disc title of the CD TEXT disc is also stored automatically. Note that you cannot change the Disc Name of a CD TEXT disc.

You can

Label discs using up to 20 characters Delete unwanted tracks and store only the tracks you want Group discs in up to eight groups, to locate them easily Classify discs according to an artist name
You can label discs while the front cover is open
Labeling discs on the player
Where are Custom Files stored?
Custom Files are stored not on the disc, but in the players memory. Therefore you cannot use Custom Files when you play the disc on other players.
If you replace discs with Custom Files
The Custom File information you have stored remains, since the Custom File information is assigned to each slot. Erase all the Custom Files (Disc Name, Delete Bank, Group File, and Artist File) of the old disc, and then file the new disc information in the Custom Files.

. AMS >

Erasing all Custom Files of all discs 3 4
Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until ALL ERASE ? appears. Push the JOG dial. ALL ERASE ?? flashes. Push the JOG dial. ALL ERASE appears in the display, and all Custom Files are erased.

Turn the JOG dial until the disc number to which you want to assign a Disc Name appears in the display. When you label a disc with the front cover closed, the disc number of the disc at the playing position appears. When you label a disc with the front cover open, the disc number at the loading position appears. Press MENU/NO. NAME IN ? flashes. Push the JOG dial. The flashing cursor ( ) appears.
When you perform the operation as described above, all of your own settings are deleted and the original factory settings are restored.

(continued)

Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. The cursor disappears and the first space for the Disc Name flashes. As you turn the JOG dial clockwise, the characters appear in the following order. Turn the JOG dial counterclockwise to go in reverse order. (space) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw xyz0123456789!"#$%&'()*+,./:;< =>?@_

Changing the Disc Name 1

Follow steps 1 to 3 in Labeling discs on the player on page 27 to select the Disc Name you want to change. Turn the. AMS > dial to move the cursor to the position you want to change. When the cursor position is on a character, the character flashes but when the cursor position is on a blank space, the cursor ( ) appears in the display. To change characters Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. To add characters Push the JOG dial. The new blank space appears next to the selected character, then turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. To erase characters Press CLEAR. The selected character disappears. To erase all characters for the current Disc Name Turn the. AMS > dial to move the cursor to the first character, then press and hold CLEAR until all the characters are erased.

S******** ****

Push the JOG dial to select the character. The selected character lights up, and the flashing cursor appears at the next space to be input.

To make a correction

Press CLEAR and begin again by inputting the correct characters.
Repeat step 2 to change more characters. Press YES to store the Disc Name.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to input more characters. Press YES to store the Disc Name. The display shows the Disc Name.

SONYHETS* ****

SONYHTS** ****
DISC DEL &!? ABC PUSH ENTER
Press. or > until the cursor moves next to the point you want to insert, and enter the character(s).
You cannot input characters during 2nd PLAYER appears in the remotes display. In this case, press PLAYER SELECT so that 2nd PLAYER disappears from the remotes display.
Move the cursor (B) to DATA loading by using the Easy scroll key, then press the Easy scroll key.
A l l da t a D i s c N ame Ar t i s t Fi l e Gr oup F i l e
Move the cursor (B) to the desired Custom File by using the Easy scroll key, then press the Easy scroll key. When you want to load all Custom file, move the cursor to All data, then press the Easy scroll key. The remote starts reading Custom File data. The loading time may take a few minutes. Point the remote at the player while loading the data. Keep the remote m away from the player while loading the data.
Move the cursor to Memory clear, then press the Easy scroll key.
A l l memo r y c l e a r OK ? no yes
If you want to erase all stored data, move the cursor to yes, then press the Easy scroll key.
Ma s t e r p l a y e r D i s c N ame l o a d D I SC 0
All memory clear! appears in the display when all the data is erased.
When the remote finishes reading the data, Data loading complete! appears in the remotes display.
If you add Disc Names on the player, select Disc Name to load them into the remote in Step 3 above.
Erasing all data stored in the remote 1
Storing Custom File Information Using a Keyboard
You can store the Disc Name for each disc, one by one, using an IBM-compatible PC keyboard* (not supplied).
* The keyboards power consumption must be 120 mA or less. Keyboard jack
Storing Specific Tracks (Delete Bank)
You can delete unwanted tracks and store only the tracks you want. When you select the disc containing a Delete Bank, the player will play only the remaining tracks.
CONTINUE SHUFFLE CHECK CLEAR JOG
Connect a keyboard to the keyboard jack on the front panel of the player.
Press CONTINUE or SHUFFLE before you start playing. Turn the JOG dial to select the disc. Press CHECK repeatedly until the track you want to delete appears in the display.
After selecting the desired disc on the player, press the Enter key. Input the desired characters, then press the Enter key to store the information. You can delete all characters of a selected item
While holding down the Shift key, press the Delete key.
Press CLEAR. DELETE and OFF appear in the display.

If the cursor keys do not work correctly and you cannot complete the task using the keyboard, disconnect the keyboard then reconnect it to the player and try again. If the keyboard is not a USA model (shown below), the characters may be input differently from those on the keys.
If you want to recover the track, press CLEAR again.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to delete more tracks. You can recover all the tracks you have deleted
Hold down CLEAR until ALL ON appears in the display.

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Caps Lock

L < > ?

Alt Shift Ctrl

Shift Ctrl

The deleted tracks are skipped even in Shuffle or Program Play modes (when the whole disc containing a Delete Bank is programmed as one step).
Grouping Discs (Group File)
You might find that too many discs make it hard to find the disc you want. This player has a feature that lets you classify discs into eight groups. Each disc can be put into only one group. Once you classify discs, you can enjoy Continuous, Shuffle, or Repeat Play within a certain group (Group Play).
CONTINUE SHUFFLE CHECK CLEAR MENU/NO JOG
Labeling groups (Group Name)
You can label the preset group number anything you like, such as a category, using up to 13 characters. Note that you cannot store the Group Name if you have not assigned any disc to the group.
Press MENU/NO. NAME IN ? flashes. Turn the JOG dial until the group number you want to label appears in the display, and then push the JOG dial. The flashing cursor ( ) appears. Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. The cursor disappears and the first space for the Group Name flashes. As you turn the JOG dial clockwise, the characters appear in the following order. Turn the JOG dial counterclockwise to go in reverse order. (space) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw xyz0123456789!"#$%&'()*+,./:;< =>?@_

GROUP1-8

GROUP FILE
Assigning discs to groups 3 4
Press CONTINUE or SHUFFLE before you start playing. Turn the JOG dial to select the disc you want to assign to a group. Press GROUP FILE. Select G1-G8 appears in the display. Press one of the GROUP1-8 buttons to which you want to assign the disc. GROUP FILE and the group number appear in the display and the disc is assigned to that group.
Push the JOG dial to select the character. The selected character lights up, and the flashing cursor appears at the next space to be input. To make a correction

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to input more characters. See also Labeling discs on the player on page 27 for details. Press YES to store the Group Name.
Deleting discs from a group
To delete a disc from a group 1 Turn the JOG dial until the disc number you want to delete from the group appears in the display. 2 Press GROUP FILE. Select G1-G8 appears in the display. 3 Press CLEAR. GROUP ERASE appears in the display. To delete all discs from a group, press CLEAR while holding down whichever GROUP1-8 button you want to clear.
Changing the Group Name 1
Follow steps 1 and 2 in Labeling groups (Group Name) on page 33 to select the Group Name you want to change. Turn the. AMS > dial to move the cursor to the position you want to change. When the cursor position is on the character, the character flashes, and when the cursor position is on a blank space, the cursor ( ) appears in the display. To change characters
Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display.
Playing discs in a group on the player (Group Play)
You can enjoy Continuous or Shuffle Play within a group.
Select the desired play mode before you start playing. When you select
ALL DISCS Continuous Play 1 DISC Continuous Play ALL DISCS Shuffle Play 1 DISC Shuffle Play

The player plays

All tracks on all discs in the group consecutively All tracks on the specified disc in the group consecutively All tracks on all discs in the group in random order All tracks on the specified disc in the group in random order

To add characters

Push the JOG dial. The new blank space appears next to the selected character, then turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display.

To erase characters

Press CLEAR. The selected character disappears.
Repeat step 2 to change more characters. Press YES to store the Group Name.
Press one of the GROUP1-8 buttons to select the group and press H. Group Play starts from the disc with the lowest number and located closest to the playing position. If the disc at the playing position is put into the selected group, the play starts from that disc.

Erasing a Group Name 1

Follow steps 1 and 2 in Labeling groups (Group Name) on page 33 to select the Group Name you want to erase. Press and hold CLEAR until all the characters are erased. Press YES. The Group Name is erased.

Changing the Artist Name 1
Follow steps 1 to 3 in Storing the Artist Name on page 36. Turn the JOG dial until the artist name you want to change appears in the display, then push the JOG dial. Turn the. AMS > dial to move the cursor to the position you want to change. When the cursor position is on the character, the character flashes, and when the cursor position is on a blank space, the cursor ( ) appears in the display. To change characters

ARTIST MODE

Storing the Artist Name 5
Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until ART.NAME IN? appears in the display. Push the JOG dial. New Artist flashes. Push the JOG dial. The flashing cursor ( ) appears. Turn the JOG dial until the desired character appears in the display. The cursor disappears and the first space for the Artist Name flashes. As you turn the JOG dial clockwise, the characters appear in the following order. Turn the JOG dial counterclockwise to go in reverse order. (space) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U VWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw xyz0123456789!"#$%&'()*+,./:;< =>?@_
Repeat step 3 to change more characters. Press YES to store the Artist Name. You can also erase the Artist Name while assigning the Artist Name
1 In step 2 above, turn the JOG dial until the Artist Name you want to erase appears in the display, then push the JOG dial. 2 Press and hold CLEAR until the Artist Name is erased. 3 Press YES. The Artist Name and ARTIST ERASE? appears alternately in the display. 4 Press YES. The Artist Name is erased.
Erasing the Artist Name 5
Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until ARTIST FILE? appears in the display. Push the JOG dial. Turn the JOG dial until the desired Artist Name appears in the display. Press and hold CLEAR for a few seconds.
You can assign an Artist Name to a disc while the front cover is open
You cannot assign an Artist Name to a disc when no Artist Name is stored. In this case, ARTIST FILE does not appear in the display in step 3 above.
Removing the Artist Name from the disc 5
Turn the JOG dial to select the desired disc. Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until ARTIST FILE? appears in the display. Push the JOG dial. Turn the JOG dial counterclockwise until FILE ERASE? appears in the display, then push the JOG dial. The assigned Artist Name is removed from the selected disc.
When you erase the Artist Name, the Artist File of the Artist Name is also erased.
Assigning an Artist Name to a disc (Artist File) 1
Turn the JOG dial to select the disc you want to assign an Artist Name.
The disc to be assigned the artist name.
Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until ARTIST FILE? appears in the display. Push the JOG dial. Turn the JOG dial until the desired Artist Name appears in the display. The Artist Names are displayed in alphabetical order.

MR.SONY** ****

X-FADE NO DELAY

Press MENU/NO. Turn the JOG dial until LOAD 2ndNAME? flashes in the display.

LOAD*2ndN AME?

Push the JOG dial. This player starts loading. (Loading takes about one minute.)
Labeling discs of the second CD player
You can label discs of the second CD player or change the Disc Names loaded from the second CD player.
Press MEGA CONTROL. The MEGA CONTROL button lights up.
Turn the JOG dial to select the disc you want to assign a Disc Name to. If the disc slot you select does not contain a disc, NO DISC appears in the display and you cannot assign a Disc Name.
Press MENU/NO. NAME IN? appears.
Select the desired disc and play mode for each player. When you select No-Delay Play Press NO DELAY. NO DELAY appears in the display. When you select X-Fade Play Press X-FADE. X-FADE appears in the display. Each time you press the X-FADE button, the indication appears as follows: tX-FADE off t at track end t after 30 sec after 90 sec T after 60 sec T
Push the JOG dial. Input the new Disc Name following the procedure in Labeling discs (Disc Name) on page 27.
The new Disc Names are stored on this players memory, so you cannot display them on the second CD player.
To change the current player each time a whole track is finished, select at track end. To change the current player at the specified interval, press X-FADE repeatedly until the interval you want appears in the display.
Storing Information with Another Component Using the Player About CDs (Custom Files)
Press H to start playing. The MEGA CONTROL button lights up when a track in the second player is selected.
Controlling the Player by Another Unit
Controlling the player by another unit When you connect the player to a Sony MD deck compatible with the Mega Control function, or operate a Sony MD deck by using computer software such as MD Editor, you must set the player as shown below:
To cancel No-Delay/X-Fade Play
Press the corresponding button repeatedly until NO DELAY or X-FADE disappears from the display. The current player continues playing.
You can change the method (No-Delay or X-Fade) during play
Press the corresponding button (NO DELAY or X-FADE) following the procedure in step 2.
You can start X-Fade at any point of the track
Press FADER during X-Fade Play. Even after you have set the X-Fade mode and started X-Fade play, you can start X-Fade manually at any point you like. Note that you cannot do this operation while the sound from both players is mixed.
Play starts from the second player if you start play while the MEGA CONTROL button is lit. When one player has played all the discs or tracks in the player ahead of the other player, play stops. Do not use the controls on the second player during No-Delay/X-Fade Play. They may not work correctly.

 

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