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Preparing the rotary commander
When you mount the rotary commander, attach the label in the illustration below.

LIST MODE SOUND

Notes Do not put anything on the inner surface of the front panel. Be sure not to drop the panel when detaching it from the unit. If you detach the panel while the unit is still on, the power will turn off automatically to prevent the speakers from being damaged. When you carry the front panel with you, put it in the supplied front panel case.

SOUND MODE LIST

Preparing the wireless remote

Installing the batteries

Setting the clock
The clock has a 12-hour digital indication. Example: Set the clock to 10:08
Press (SHIFT), then press (2) (SET UP).

SUR EQ

SET UP
Two size AA (R6) batteries

1 Press (4) (n).

Battery life is approx. six months although it depends on the way of use.

Notes on batteries

To avoid damage from battery leakage and subsequent corrosion: insert the batteries by matching the + and on the batteries to the + and in the battery compartment do not use an old battery with a new one, or different types of batteries together remove the batteries when you do not use the unit for a long period of time do not charge the batteries. If any battery leakage occurs, replace the batteries with new ones after cleaning the battery compartment.

The hour digit flashes.

2 Set the hour.
to go backward to go forward

3 Press (4) (n).

Notes on wireless remote
Do not leave the wireless remote in a location near any heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight (especially on the dashboard in summer etc.). When you park your car in direct sunlight, detach the wireless remote and place it in a location such as the glove-box, where it will not be subjected to direct sunlight.

The minute digits flash.

4 Set the minute.

Press (SHIFT).

The clock starts.
Note If the POWER SELECT switch on the bottom of the unit is set to the B position, turn the power on first, then set the clock. To turn the power on, press (SOURCE).

Listening to a tape

Press (OPEN) and insert a cassette.
Locating the beginning of a track Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)
You can skip up to nine tracks at one time. During playback, press either side of (SEEK/AMS) momentarily.

SEEK/AMS

To locate succeeding tracks To locate preceding tracks
Note The AMS function may not work when: the blanks between tracks are shorter than four seconds. there is noise between tracks. there are long sections of low volume or quiet sections.

Changing the displayed item
Playback starts automatically. Each time you press (DSPL), the item changes as follows:
z Tape playback z Clock z Frequency*

Close the front panel.

* While the ATA function is activated.
If a cassette is already inserted, press (SOURCE) until FWD or REV appears to start playback.
The side facing up is being played.
Playing tracks repeatedly

Repeat play

You can repeat play the current track.
The side facing down is being played.
During playback press (SHIFT). Each time you press (SHIFT), only the items you can select light up.

PLAY MODE REP

Tips To change the tape transport direction, press (MODE) (*). Metal appears in the display when you insert a metal or CrO2 tape (Auto Metal function).
Press (6) (REP). Repeat play starts.
To Stop playback Eject the cassette
Press (OFF) (OPEN) then 6
To go back to the normal playback mode, press (6) again.

Fast-winding the tape

During playback, press either side of (SEEK/AMS) for one second.

Fast-forward Rewind

To start playback while fast-forwarding or rewinding, press (MODE)(*).
Playing a tape in various modes
You can play the tape in various modes: Intro (Intro Scan) lets you play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks. NR (Dolby NR) lets you select the Dolby* NR B system. ATA (Automatic Tuner Activation) turns on the tuner automatically while fast-winding the tape. B.Skip (Blank Skip) skips blanks longer than eight seconds.
Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. DOLBY and the double-D symbol a are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Memorising stations automatically

Best Tuning Memory (BTM)

The unit selects the stations with the strongest signals and memorizes them. You can store up to 10 stations on each band (FM 1, FM 2, MW, SW 1 and SW 2). Caution When tuning in stations while driving, use Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents.
Press (SHIFT), then press (3) (PLAY MODE) repeatedly until the desired play mode appears. Each time you press (3), the item changes as follows:

Intro n NR n ATA n B.Skip
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the tuner. Each time you press (SOURCE), the source changes as follows:

Tape Tuner

Cassette Player/Radio

Intro off

PLAY MODE
Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the desired band. Each time you press (MODE), the band changes as follows:
z FM 1 SW 2 Z z FM 2 z MW SW 1 Z
Press (4) (n) to select the desired play mode setting (for example: on, NR B).

Intro on

Press (SHIFT), then press (3) (PLAY MODE) repeatedly until B.T.M appears. Press (4) (n) until B.T.M flashes. The unit stores stations in the order of their frequencies on the number buttons. A beep sounds and the setting is stored. Press (SHIFT).

Playback starts.

To go back to the normal playback mode, select off in step 2 above.
Notes The unit does not store stations with weak signals. If only a few stations are received, some number buttons remain empty. When a preset number is indicated in the display, the unit starts storing stations from the one currently displayed.
Memorising only the desired stations
You can store up to 10 stations on each band (20 for FM 1 and FM 2, 20 for SW 1 and SW 2, 10 for MW) in the order of your choice.
Receiving the memorized stations
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the tuner. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the desired band. Press the number button ((1) to (10)) momentarily where the desired station is stored.
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the tuner. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the desired band. Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) to tune in the station you want to store on the number button. Keep the desired number button ((1) to (10)) pressed until MEM appears in the display.
If you cannot tune in a preset station
Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) momentarily to search for the station (automatic tuning). Scanning stops when the unit receives a station. Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) repeatedly until the desired station is received.
Note If the automatic tuning stops too frequently, press (SHIFT), then press (3) (PLAY MODE) repeatedly until Local (local seek mode) appears. Then press (4) (n) to select Local on. Press (SHIFT). Only the stations with relatively strong signals will be tuned in. Tip If you know the frequency of the station you want to listen to, press and hold down either side of (SEEK/AMS) for a few seconds until the desired frequency appears (manual tuning).

The number button indication appears in the display.
Note If you try to store another station on the same number button, the previously stored station will be erased.
If FM stereo reception is poor Monaural Mode
Press (SHIFT), then press (3) (PLAY MODE) repeatedly until Mono appears. Press (4) (n) repeatedly until Mono on appears. The sound improves, but becomes monaural (ST disappears).
Press (SHIFT). To go back to the normal mode, select Mono off in step 2 above.
Each time you press (DSPL), the item changes as follows:

Frequency Clock

Storing the station names

Station Memo

You can assign a name to each radio station and store it in memory. The name of the station currently tuned in appears in the display. You can store up to eight characters for a station.
Displaying the station name
Press (DSPL) during radio reception.

2 WRKISS

z Clock
z Frequency Station name* Z * If the station name is not stored, NO Name appears in the display for one second.
Tune in a station whose name you want to store. Press (LIST) for two seconds.

Erasing the station name

Tune in any station and press (LIST) for two seconds. Press (DSPL) for two seconds. Delete and the station name appear in the display. Rotate the dial to select the name that you want to erase. Press (5) (ENTER) for two seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 3 and 4 if you want to erase other names. Press (LIST) for two seconds. The unit returns to the normal radio reception mode.

2 ________

Enter the characters. 1 Rotate the dial in a clockwise direction to select the desired characters. (A n B n C n Z n 0 n 1 n 2 n 9 n + n n * n / n \ n > n < n.n_)

2 W_______

If you rotate the dial in a counterclockwise direction, the characters appear in the reverse order. If you want to put a blank space between characters, select _ (underbar). 2 Press (4) (n) after locating the desired character. The flashing cursor moves to the next space.
Locating a station by frequency and name List-up
You can search for the memorized stations names in the display.
Press (LIST) momentarily. The frequency or the name assigned to the station currently receiving appears in the display.
If you press (1) (N), the flashing cursor moves to the left. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name.

Note The displayed item will differ depending on the source.
Press (SOUND) two seconds while pushing the VOL control.
Tip You can change the operative direction of controls with the unit, refer to Changing the sound and display settings.
Adjusting the sound characteristics
You can adjust the bass, treble, balance and fader. Each source can store the bass and treble level respectively.
Select the item you want to adjust by pressing (SOUND) repeatedly.
VOL (volume) n BAS (bass) n TRE (treble) n BAL (left-right) n FAD (front-rear)
Adjust the selected item by rotating the dial. Adjust within three seconds after selection. (After three seconds, the dial works as the volume control dial.)
Press (SHIFT), then press (2) (SET UP). Press (2) (SET UP) repeatedly until the desired setting mode appears. Each time you press (2) (SET UP), the item changes as follows:
Clock n D.Info n Amber/Green n Dimmer n Contrast n Beep n RM n Loud n A.Scrl

Muting the sound

The unit decreases the volume automatically when a telephone call is received (Telephonemute function).
Press (4) (n) to select the desired setting (for example: on or off). For the Contrast setting, pressing (4) (n) makes the contrast higher, and pressing (1) (N) makes the contrast lower. Press (SHIFT). When the mode setting is complete, the normal playback mode appears.

With Optional Equipment

CD/MD Unit

Playing a CD or MD

Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the CD or MD. Press (MODE) until the desired unit indication appears in the display. CD/MD playback starts.
To cancel Auto Scroll, select A. Scrl off in step 2 above.
Displaying the recording date of the currently selected MD
Press (DSPL) for two seconds during MD playback. The recording date of the track is displayed for about three seconds.
Locating a specific track Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)
During playback, press either side of (SEEK/AMS) once for each track you wish to skip.

Each time you press (DSPL) during CD/MD playback, the item changes as follows:
$ Elapsed playback time $ Disc name*1 $ Track name*2 $ Clock *1 If you have not labeled the CD, NO Name appears in the display. If there is no prerecorded name for an MD, NO D. Name appears in the display. 2 * If the track name of an MD is not prerecorded, NO T. Name appears in the display. Tip If the name of the MD is too long, you can scroll it across the display by pressing (SHIFT), then (1) (N).
Locating a specific point in a track Manual Search
During playback, press and hold either side of (SEEK/AMS). Release the button when you have found the desired point.
To search forward To search backward
Locating a disc by disc number Direct Disc Selection
Press the number button that corresponds with the desired disc number. The desired disc in the currently selected changer begins playback.
Automatically scrolling a disc name Auto Scroll
If the disc name or track name on an MD exceeds 10 characters and the Auto Scroll function is on, the name automatically scrolls on the display as follows.
The disc name appears when the disc has changed (if the disc name is selected). The track name appears when the track has changed (if the track name is selected). The disc or track name appears depending on the setting when you press (SOURCE) to select an MD.

Scanning the tracks

Intro Scan
You can play the first 10 seconds of all the tracks on the current disc.
If you press (DSPL) to change the display item, the disc or track name of the MD is scrolled automatically whether you set the function on or off.
During playback, press (SHIFT), then press (3) (PLAY MODE) repeatedly until Intro appears. Press (4) (n) repeatedly until Intro on appears. Intro Scan starts. Press (SHIFT).
Press (SHIFT), then press (2) (SET UP) repeatedly until A. Scrl appears. Press (4) (n) to select A. Scrl on.
To go back to the normal playback mode, select Intro off in step 2 above.

Repeat Play

You can select: Repeat 1 to repeat a track. Repeat 2 to repeat a disc. Repeat 3 to repeat all the discs in the current unit when you connect two or more units.

Labeling a CD

Disc Memo/Custom File (CD unit with custom file function)
You can label each disc with a personalized name. You can enter up to 8 characters for a disc. If you label a CD, you can locate a disc by name (page 14) and select the specific tracks for playback (page 14).

During playback, press (SHIFT), then press (6) (REP) repeatedly until Repeat appears. Press (6) (REP) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
Repeat 1 Repeat 2 Repeat off Z Repeat 3
Play the CD and press (LIST) for two seconds.

DISC NAME

4 ________

Repeat play starts.

Enter the characters. 1 Rotate the dial clockwise direction to select the desired characters. (A n B n C n Z n 0 n 1 n 2 n 9 n + n n * n / n \ n > n < n.n_)
To go back to the normal playback mode, select Repeat off in step 2 above.

4 S_______

Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play
You can select: Shuf 1 to play the tracks on the current disc in random order. Shuf 2 to play the tracks in the current unit in random order. Shuf 3 to play all the tracks in random order when you connect two or more units.
If you rotate the dial counterclockwise, the characters appear in reverse order. If you want to put a blank space between characters, select _ (underbar). 2 Press (4) (n) after locating the desired character. The flashing cursor moves to the next space.
During playback, press (SHIFT), then press (7) (SHUF) repeatedly until Shuf appears. Press (7) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
Shuf 1 Shuf 2 Shuf off Shuf 3
To return to the normal CD playback mode, press (LIST) for two seconds.

Shuffle play starts.

To go back to the normal playback mode, select Shuf off in step 2 above.

Displaying the disc memo

During playback, press (DSPL).
Press (LIST) repeatedly until you find the desired disc. Press (5) (ENTER) to play back the disc.

4 SCHUBERT

z Disc name
Each time you press (DSPL) during CD playback, the item changes as follows:
z Elapsed playback time Clock Z

Erasing the disc memo

Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the CD unit. Press (LIST) for two seconds. Press (DSPL) for two seconds. Delete and the disc memo appear in the display. Rotate the dial to select the name you want to erase. Press (5) (ENTER) for two seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 5 and 6 if you want to erase other names. Press (LIST) for two seconds. The unit returns to the normal CD playback mode.

Notes To go back to the normal display, press (DSPL). Once a disc name has been displayed for five seconds, the display goes back to the normal playback mode. The track names are not displayed during MD playback. If there are no discs in the magazine, NO Disc appears in the display. If a disc has not been assigned a custom file, ******** appears in the display. If the disc information has not been read by the unit, ? appears in the display. To load the disc, first press a number button, then choose a disc that has not been loaded. The information appears only in upper cases. There are also some letters which cannot be displayed (during MD playback).
Selecting the specific tracks for playback
Bank/Custom File (CD unit with custom file function)
If you label the disc, you can set the unit to skip tracks and play only the tracks you want.
Start playing the disc and press (SHIFT). Then press (3) (PLAY MODE) for two seconds.

Bank edit mode

Locating a disc by name
List-up (CD unit with custom file function or MD unit)
You can use this function for the discs that have been assigned a personalized name. For more information on disc names, refer to Labeling a CD (page 13).
Note If you have not labeled the disc, the bank edit mode does not appear and the program edit mode appears. To go back to the normal playback mode, press (3) (PLAY MODE) for two seconds.
Press (LIST) momentarily. The names assigned to the disc currently playing and the next disc to be played appear in the display. The name assigned to currently playing disc is flashing.
Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) to select the track number you want to skip and press (5) (ENTER).
The indication changes from Play to Skip. If you want to return to Play, press (5) (ENTER) again.
Repeat step 2 to set the Play or Skip mode on all the tracks. Press (3) (PLAY MODE) for two seconds. Press (SHIFT).

Precautions

If your car was parked in direct sunlight resulting in a considerable rise in temperature inside the car, allow the unit to cool off before operating it. If no power is being supplied to the unit, check the connections first. If everything is in order, check the fuse. If no sound comes from the speakers of a two-speaker system, set the fader control to the center position. If your car is equipped with a power antenna, note that it will extend automatically while the tuner function is selected. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Notes You can set the Play and Skip modes on up to 24 tracks. You cannot set the Skip mode on all the tracks.
Playing the specific tracks only
You can select: Bank on to play the tracks with the Play setting. Bank inv (inverse) to play the tracks with the Skip setting.
During playback, press (SHIFT), then press (3) (PLAY MODE) repeatedly until Bank appears. Press (4) (n) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
z Bank on z Bank inv z Bank off
CD/MD Unit/Additional Information
To maintain high quality sound
If you have drink holders near your audio equipment, be careful not to splash juice or other soft drinks onto the car audio. Sugary residues on this unit or cassette tapes may contaminate the playback heads, reduce the sound quality, or prevent sound reproduction altogether. Cassette cleaning kits do not remove sugar from the tape heads.

Bank on

Playback starts from the track following the current one.
To go back to the normal playback mode, select Bank off in step 2 above.
Notes on cassette deck tape head
Long use of cassette tapes contaminates the tape head causing poor sound quality or complete sound dropout. Therefore, we recommend cleaning the tape head once a month or so with the separately available Sony Cassette Cleaning Set. If the sound does not improve after using a cleaning cassette, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. In case of old or inferior cassette tapes, the tape head gets contaminated much more quickly. Depending on the tape, one or two playbacks may cause poor sound.

Maintenance

Fuse replacement
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one that matches the amperage described on the fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Cassette care

Do not touch the tape surface of a cassette, as any dirt or dust will contaminate the heads. Keep cassettes away from equipment with built-in magnets such as speakers and amplifiers, as erasure or distortion on the recorded tape could occur. Do not expose cassettes to direct sunlight, extremely cold temperatures or moisture. Slack in the tape may cause the tape to be caught in the machine. Before you insert the tape, use a pencil or similar object to turn the reel and take up any slack.

Wireless remote (RM-X45)

SEEK AMS

PRESET DISC

Buttons with the same functions as those on this unit. 1 OFF button 2 MODE button 3 SOURCE button 4 SEEK/AMS button
You cannot do manual search and manual tuning with the remote commander.
7 () (+) buttons 8 DSPL button 9 SOUND button
5 PRESET/DISC button 6 MUTE button
The unit cannot be operated with the wireless remote unless (SOURCE) on the unit is pressed or a cassette is inserted to activate the unit first.

Specifications

Cassette player section
Tape track Wow and flutter Frequency response Signal-to-noise ratio Cassette type TYPE II, III, IV TYPE I 4-track 2-channel stereo 0.08 % (WRMS) 30 20,000 Hz Dolby B NR 67 dB 64 dB Dolby NR off 61 dB 58 dB

General

Outputs Line outputs (2) Power antenna relay control lead Power amplifier control lead Bass 8 dB at 100 Hz Treble 8 dB at 10 kHz 12 V DC car battery (negative earth) Approx. 176 mm (w/h/d) Approx. 163 mm (w/h/d) Approx. 1.3 kg Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Front panel case (1) Rotary commander RM-X2S (1) Wireless remote RM-X45 (1) BUS cable (supplied with an RCA pin) RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m) RCA pin cord RC-63 (1 m) CD changer 10 discs: CDX-discs: CDX-T65, CDX-T62 MD changer MDX-62 Source selector XA-C30
Tone controls Power requirements Dimensions Mounting dimensions Mass Supplied accessories

Tuner section

Tuning range FM tuning interval: 50 kHz/200 kHz switchable 87.5 108.0 MHz (at 50 kHz step) 87.5 107.9 MHz (at 200 kHz step) Antenna terminal External antenna connector Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz Usable sensitivity 9 dBf Selectivity 75 dB at 400 kHz Signal-to-noise ratio 65 dB (stereo), 68 dB (mono) Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz 0.5% (stereo), 0.3% (mono) Separation 35 dB at 1 kHz Frequency response 30 15,000 Hz Capture ratio 2 dB

Optional accessories

Optional equipment
Tuning range MW tuning interval: 9 kHz/10 kHz switchable 531 1,602 kHz (at 9 kHz step) 530 1,710 kHz (at 10 kHz step) External antenna connector 10.71 MHz/450 kHz 30 V SW1: 2,940 7,735 kHz SW2: 9,500 18,135 kHz (except for 10,140 11,575 kHz) External antenna connector 10.71 MHz/450 kHz 50 V
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Antenna terminal Intermediate frequency Sensitivity

SW1, 2

Tuning range

Power amplifier section

Outputs Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors) Speaker impedance ohms Maximum power output 40 W 4 (at 4 ohms) 35 W 4 (at MW and SW band, 4 ohms)

Troubleshooting guide

The following checklist help you remedy most problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures.
Problem No sound Cause/Solution Rotate the dial clockwise to adjust the volume. Set the fader control to the center position for 2-speaker systems. The power cord or battery has been disconnected. The reset button has been pressed. n Store again into the memory. Remove the front panel and clean the connectors. See Cleaning the connectors (page 16) for details. The beep tone is turned off (page 11).
The contents of the memory have been erased. Indications do not appear in the display. No beep tone.

Tape playback

Problem Playback sound is distorted. The AMS does not operate correctly. Cause/Solution Contamination of the tape head. n Clean the head. There is noise in the space between tracks. A blank space is too short (less than four seconds). + on (SEEK/AMS) is pressed immediately before the following tracks. = on (SEEK/AMS) is pressed immediately after the track starts. A long pause, or a passage of low frequencies or very low sound level is treated as a blank space.

Radio reception

Problem Preset tuning is not possible. Automatic tuning is not possible. The ST indication flashes. Cause/Solution Store the correct frequency. The broadcast is too weak. The broadcast is too weak. n Use manual tuning. Tune in the frequency correctly. The broadcast signal is too weak. n Set to the monaural mode (page 8).
Error displays (when an optional CD/MD unit is connected)
The following indications flash for about five seconds, and an alarm sound is heard. Display Cause The disc magazine is not inserted in the CD/MD unit. No disc is inserted in the CD/MD unit. Solution Insert the disc magazine with discs into the CD/MD unit. Insert discs in the CD/MD unit.

NO Mag

NO Disc

NG Discs

Error *
A CD/MD cannot play because of Insert another CD/MD. some problem. A CD is dirty or inserted upside down.*2 An MD cannot play because of some problem.*2 Clean or insert the CD correctly. Insert another MD. Play back an MD with recorded tracks on it.

Blank *

No tracks have been recorded on an MD.*2
Push reset Not ready High temp
The CD/MD unit cannot be Press the reset button of the unit. operated because of some problem. The lid of the MD unit is open or MDs are not inserted properly. The ambient temperature is more than 50 C. Close the lid or insert the MDs properly. Wait until the temperature goes below 50 C.
*1 When an error occurs during playback of a CD or MD, the disc number of the CD or MD does not appear in the display. *2 The disc number of the disc causing the error appears in the display.
If the above-mentioned solutions do not help improve the situation, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Automatic Music Sensor (AMS) 6, 12 Automatic Tuner Activation (ATA) 6 Automatic tuning 8 Auto-Metal 6 Auto Scroll 12
BAL (left-right) 11 Bank Play 14 BAS (bass) 11 Beep tone 11 Best Tuning Memory (BTM) Blank Skip 7
PLAY MODE ATA 7 Bank 14 B. Skip 7 Intro 7, 12 Local 8 Mono 8 NR 7 Repeat 6, 13 Shuf 13
Radio 7 Repeat Play 6, 13 Reset 4 Rotary commander
Caution alarm 4 Changing the displayed items 6, 8, 12 CD playback 12 Clock 5 Contrast 11
SET UP Amber 11 A.Scrl 12 Beep 11 Clock 5 Contrast 11 D. Info 11 Dimmer 11 Green 11 Loud 11 RM 11 Shuffle Play 13 Station memo 9
Direct disc selection 12 Disc Memo 13 Dolby 7 Dual information 11

F, G, H

FAD (front-rear) 11 Front panel 4 Fuse 16

I, J, K

Illumination color Intro Scan 7, 12 11
Tape playback 6 Telephone-mute 11 TRE (treble) 11
List-up 9, 14 Local seek mode 8 Locating a disc 14 a specific track 12 a station 9 Loudness 11

Volume 11

W, X, Y, Z

Wireless remote 5, 19

M, N, O
Manual search 12 Manual tuning 8 MD playback 12 Metal 6 Memorising a station Monaural mode 8

Bienvenido!

Enhorabuena por la adquisicin del reproductor de cassettes Sony. Esta unidad le permitir disfrutar de una gran variedad de funciones mediante el uso del mando a distancia giratorio o el mando a distancia inalmbrico, ambos suministrados. Adems de las operaciones de reproduccin de cintas y de la radio, usted podr ampliar su sistema conectando una unidad de CD/MD opcional*.
* Es posible conectar un cambiador o reproductor de CD o MD.

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