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FM/MW/SW Cassette Car Stereo
For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/connections manual.
2003 Sony Corporation
Actual total number:
Sony XR-CA360X/CA360 (GB,AR) 3-246-852-32(1)
Thank you for purchasing this Sony Cassette Player. In addition to the cassette playback and radio operations, you can expand your system by connecting an optional CD/MD unit*1. When you operate this unit or a connected optional CD unit with the CD TEXT function, the CD TEXT information will appear in the display when you play a CD TEXT disc*2.
*1 You can connect a CD changer, an MD changer, a CD player, or an MD player. *2 A CD TEXT disc is an audio CD that includes information such as the disc name, artist name, and track names. This information is recorded on the disc.
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 2-speaker system, set the fader control to the center position. When a tape is played back for a long period, the cassette may become warm because of the built-in power amplifier. However, this is not a sign of malfunction. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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 cannot remove sugar from the tape heads.
Notes on Cassettes
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.
Cassettes longer than 90 minutes The use of cassettes longer than 90 minutes is not recommended except for long continuous play. The tape used for these cassettes is very thin and tends to stretch easily. Frequent playing and stopping of these tapes may cause them to become entangled in the cassette deck mechanism.
Distorted cassettes and loose labels can cause problems when inserting or ejecting tapes. Remove or replace loose labels.
The sound may become distorted while playing the cassette. The cassette player head should be cleaned after each 50 hours of use.
Table of Contents
This Unit Only
Location of controls.. 5
With Optional Equipment CD/MD Unit
Playing a CD or MD... 12 Playing tracks repeatedly Repeat Play... 13 Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play... 13
Resetting the unit.. 6 Detaching the front panel.. 6 Setting the clock.. 7
Listening to a tape.. 7 Radio reception during fast-forwarding or rewinding of a tape Automatic Tuner Activation (ATA). 8
Storing stations automatically Best Tuning Memory (BTM). 8 Storing only the desired stations.. 9 Receiving the stored stations.. 9
Adjusting the balance and fader. Attenuating the sound.. Changing the sound and display settings.. Setting the equalizer EQ3.. 10 11
Maintenance.. Removing the unit.. Specifications... Troubleshooting guide.. 16 17
Location of controls
Refer to the pages listed for details. 1 SOURCE (Radio/CD/MD) button 8, 9, 11, MODE button During radio reception: Band select 8, 9 During CD/MD playback: CD/MD unit select Volume +/ button 7, 10, Z (eject) button 7, 8, 9, Display window 6 m/M (fast winding)/DIR (tape transport direction change) buttons 7, SEEK button Seek 9 Automatic Music Sensor 13 Manual search DSPL (display mode change) button 7, EQ3 button 11 q; RELEASE (front panel release) button 6, 14 qa SEL (select) button 7, 10, 11, 12 qs RESET button (located on the front side of the unit behind the front panel) 6 qd ATT (attenuate) button 10 qf Number buttons 10, 12 During radio reception: Preset number select 9 During CD/MD playback: (1) DISC 13 (2) DISC + 13 (3) REP 13 (4) SHUF 13 qg BTM/ATA button 8 qh SENS button 9 qj OFF button* 6 * Warning when installing in a car without ACC (accessory) position on the ignition key switch Be sure to press (OFF) on the unit for 2 seconds to turn off the clock display after turning off the engine. When you press (OFF) momentarily, the clock display does not turn off and this causes battery wear.
Attaching the front panel
Resetting the unit
Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or changing the connections, you must reset the unit. Remove the front panel and press the RESET button with a pointed object, such as a ballpoint pen.
Attach part A of the front panel to part B of the unit as illustrated and push the left side into position until it clicks.
RESET button Note Pressing the RESET button will erase the clock setting and some memorised functions.
Detaching the front panel
You can detach the front panel of this unit to protect the unit from being stolen.
Notes Be sure not to attach the front panel upside down. Do not press the front panel too hard against the unit when attaching it. Do not press too hard or put excessive pressure on the display window of the front panel. Do not expose the front panel to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, and do not leave it in a humid place. Never leave it on the dashboard of a car parked in direct sunlight or where there may be a considerable rise in temperature.
If you turn the car ignition off without removing the front panel, the caution alarm will beep for a few seconds. If you connect an optional power amplifier and do not use the built-in amplifier, the beep sound will be deactivated.
Press (OFF). Press (RELEASE), then slide the front panel a little to the left, and pull it off towards you.
(RELEASE) Notes Be sure not to drop the panel when detaching it from the unit. If you detach the panel while the unit is still turned on, the power will turn off automatically to prevent the speakers from being damaged. When carrying the front panel with you, use the supplied front panel case.
Setting the clock
The clock uses a 12-hour digital indication. Example: To set the clock to 10:08
Listening to a tape
Insert a cassette. Playback starts automatically.
Press (DSPL) for 2 seconds.
The hour indication flashes. 1 Press either side of the volume button to set the hour.
to go forward
The side facing up is played. to go back
The side facing down is played.
2 Press (SEL).
Tip To change the tapes playback direction, press m and M.
The minute indication flashes. 3 Press either side of the volume button to set the minute.
To stop playback and eject the cassette
Fast-winding the tape
to go back
During playback, press m or M. Direction indicator* FWD To advance M m To rewind m M
* The indicator will flash while fast-winding the tape.
The clock starts. After the clock setting is complete, the display returns to normal play mode.
To start playback during fast-forwarding or rewinding, press the other fast-winding button partially until the locked button is released.
Radio reception during fast-forwarding or rewinding of a tape
Automatic Tuner Activation (ATA)
When fast-forwarding or rewinding with the m or M button, the radio will turn on automatically. During playback, press (BTM) (ATA) repeatedly until ATA-ON in the display appears.
ATA-ON y ATA-OFF
Storing stations automatically
Best Tuning Memory (BTM)
The unit selects the stations with the strongest signals and stores them in the order of their frequencies. You can store up to 6 stations on each band (FM1, FM2, FM3, MW, SW1, and SW2). Caution When tuning in stations while driving, use Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents.
ATA mode starts. To return to normal play mode, select ATAOFF.
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. In case of tape playback, press Z to eject the tape. Each time you press (SOURCE), the source changes as follows:
Radio t CD* t MD* * If the corresponding optional equipment is not connected, this item will not appear.
Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. Each time you press (MODE), the band changes as follows:
FM1 t FM2 t FM3 t MW t SW1t SW2
Press (BTM) (ATA) for 2 seconds. The unit stores stations in the order of their frequencies on the number buttons. A beep sounds when the setting is stored.
Notes The unit does not store stations with weak signals. If only a few stations can be received, some number buttons will retain their former setting. When a number is indicated in the display, the unit starts storing stations from the one currently displayed.
Storing only the desired stations
You can preset up to 18 FM stations (6 each for FM1, 2, and 3), up to 6 MW stations, and up to 12 SW stations (6 each for SW1 and 2) in the order of your choice.
If you cannot tune in a preset station Automatic tuning/Local Seek Mode
Automatic tuning: Press either side of (SEEK) to search for the station. Scanning stops when the unit receives a station. Press either side of (SEEK) repeatedly until the desired station is received. Local Seek Mode: If the automatic tuning stops too frequently, press (SENS) repeatedly until LOCAL-ON appears.
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. In case of tape playback, press Z to eject the tape. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. Press either side of (SEEK) to tune in the station that you want to store on the number button. Press the desired number button ((1) to (6)) until MEM appears. The number button indication appears in the display.
LCL indicator is displayed.
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 either side of (SEEK) until the desired frequency appears (manual tuning).
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
During radio reception, press (SENS) repeatedly until MONO-ON appears.
Receiving the stored stations
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. In case of tape playback, press Z to eject the tape. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. Press the number button ((1) to (6)) on which the desired station is stored.
MONO indicator is displayed.
The sound improves, but becomes monaural (ST disappears). To return to normal radio reception mode, select MONO-OFF.
Adjusting the balance and fader
You can adjust the balance and fader.
Changing the sound and display settings
The following items can be set: A.SCRL (Auto Scroll)* (page 12). M.DSPL (Motion Display) the demonstration mode which appears when the tape is ejected and no source is selected (e.g., tuner is turned off). BEEP to turn the beep sound on or off.
Press (SEL) repeatedly until BAL or FAD appears. Each time you press (SEL), the item changes as follows:
LOW* t MID* t HIGH* t BAL (left-right) t FAD (front-rear) * When EQ3 is activated (page 11).
Press (SEL) and the desired preset number button simultaneously. (SEL) + (3): A.SCRL* (SEL) + (4): M.DSPL (SEL) + (6): BEEP
* When no CD or MD is playing, this item will not appear.
Press either side of the volume button to adjust the selected item. Adjust within 3 seconds after selecting the item.
Press (SEL) and the preset number button repeatedly to select the desired setting (Example: ON or OFF).
Attenuating the sound
Press (ATT). After ATT-ON momentarily flashes, the ATT indication appears in the display. To restore the previous volume level, press (ATT) again. ATT-OFF flashes momentarily.
Setting the equalizer
You can select an equalizer curve for 7 music types (XPLOD, VOCAL, CLUB, JAZZ, NEW AGE, ROCK, CUSTOM, and OFF (equalizer OFF)). You can store a different equalizer setting for each source. Selecting the equalizer curve
Adjusting the equalizer curve You can store and adjust the equalizer settings for different tone ranges.
Press (SOURCE) to select a source (Radio, CD or MD) or insert a cassette. Press (EQ3) repeatedly to select the desired equalizer curve. Adjusting the equalizer curve. 1 Press (SEL) repeatedly to select the desired tone range. Each time you press (SEL), the tone range changes.
LOW t MID t HI (t BAL t FAD)
Press (SOURCE) to select a source (Radio, CD or MD) or insert a cassette. Press (EQ3) repeatedly to select the desired equalizer curve. Each time you press (EQ3), the item changes.
2 Press either side of the volume button repeatedly to adjust to the desired volume level. The volume level is adjustable by 1 dB steps from 10 dB to +10 dB.
To cancel the equalizing effect, select OFF.
3 Repeat step 1 and 2 to adjust the equalizer curve. To restore the factory-set equalizer curve, press (SEL) for 2 seconds. After 3 seconds, the display returns to normal play mode.
Note When EQ3 is set to OFF, you cannot adjust the equalizer settings.
With Optional Equipment
This unit can control external CD/MD units. If you connect an optional CD unit with the CD TEXT function, the CD TEXT information will appear in the display when you play a CD TEXT disc.
Automatically scrolling a display item Auto Scroll
If the disc name, artist name, or track name on a CD TEXT disc or MD exceeds 8 characters and the Auto Scroll function is on, information automatically scrolls across 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).
Playing a CD or MD
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD or MD. In case of tape playback, press Z to eject the tape. Press (MODE) until the desired unit appears. CD/MD playback starts.
If you press (DSPL) to change the display item, the disc or track name of the CD TEXT or MD disc is scrolled automatically whether you set the function ON or OFF. During playback, press (SEL) and (3) to select A.SCRL-ON. To cancel Auto Scroll, select A.SCRL-OFF.
Note For some discs with very many characters, the following cases may happen: Some of the characters are not displayed. Auto Scroll does not work.
When a CD/MD unit is connected, all the tracks play from the beginning.
Tip With the optional MG Memory Stick System-up Player MGS-X1 connected to this unit, press (SOURCE) to select MD, then press (MODE) to select the unit number of the MD (MD1 or MD2, etc.).
Changing the display item
Each time you press (DSPL) during CD, CD TEXT, or MD playback, the item changes as follows:
Elapsed playback time t Disc name*1/Artist name*2 t Track name*3 t Clock *1 If you have not labeled the disc or if there is no disc name prerecorded on the MD, NO NAME appears in the display. *2 If you play a CD TEXT disc, the artist name appears in the display after the disc name. (Only for CD TEXT discs with the artist name.) *3 If the track name of a CD TEXT disc or MD is not prerecorded, NO NAME appears in the display.
Locating a specific track Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)
During playback, press either side of (SEEK) momentarily for each track you want to skip.
To locate succeeding tracks
Playing tracks repeatedly
You can select: REP-TRACK to repeat a track. REP-DISC to repeat a disc. During playback, press (3) (REP) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
REP-TRACK t REP-DISC t REP-OFF
To locate preceding tracks
Locating a specific point in a track Manual Search
During playback, press and hold either side of (SEEK). Release when you have found the desired point.
To search forward
Repeat Play starts. To return to normal play mode, select REPOFF.
To search backward
Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play
You can select: SHUF-DISC to play the tracks on the current disc in random order. SHUF-CHGR to play the tracks in the current unit in random order. SHUF-ALL* to play all the tracks in all the units in random order. During playback, press (4) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
SHUF-DISC t SHUF-CHGR t SHUF-ALL* t SHUF-OFF
Switching to other discs
During playback, press (1) (DISC ) or (2) (DISC +) button. The desired disc in the current unit begins playback. (1) (DISC ): For preceding discs (2) (DISC +): For succeeding discs
Shuffle Play starts.
* SHUF-ALL is only available when you connect two or more optional CD/MD units.
To return to normal play mode, select SHUFOFF.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original 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.
Cleaning the connectors
The unit may not function properly if the connectors between the unit and the front panel are not clean. In order to prevent this, open the front panel by pressing (RELEASE), then detach it and clean the connectors with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Do not apply too much force. Otherwise, the connectors may be damaged.
Fuse (10 A)
Back of the front panel Notes For safety, turn off the engine before cleaning the connectors and remove the key from the ignition switch. Never touch the connectors directly with your fingers or any metal device.
Warning Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding the one supplied with the unit as this could damage the unit.
Removing the unit
Remove the protection collar. 1 Detach the front panel (page 6). 2 Engage the release keys together with the protection collar.
Orient the release key correctly.
3 Pull out the release keys to remove the protection collar.
Remove the unit. 1 Insert both release keys together until they click.
Face the hook inwards.
2 Pull the release keys to unseat the unit.
3 Slide the unit out of the mounting.
Cassette player section
Tape track Wow and flutter Frequency response Signal-to-noise ratio 4-track 2-channel stereo 0.13 % (WRMS) 30 15,000 Hz 55 dB
Outputs Audio output Power aerial relay control lead Power amplifier control lead BUS control input terminal BUS audio input terminal Low: 10 dB at 60 Hz (Xplod) Mid: 10 dB at 1 kHz (Xplod) High: 10 dB at 10 kHz (Xplod) 12 V DC car battery (negative earth) Approx. 178 mm (w/h/d) Approx. 161 mm (w/h/d) Approx. 1.2 kg Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Front panel case (1) BUS cable (supplied with an RCA pin cord) RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m) CD changer (10 discs) CDX-656X CD changer (6 discs) CDX-T69X MD changer (6 discs) MDX-66XLP MG-MS System-up Player MGS-X1 DVD changer DVX-100S Source selector XA-C30 AUX-IN Selector XA-300
Tuning range Aerial terminal Intermediate frequency Usable sensitivity Selectivity Signal-to-noise ratio 87.5 108.0 MHz External aerial connector 10.7 MHz/450 kHz 9 dBf 75 dB at 400 kHz 67 dB (stereo), 69 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
Inputs Tone controls
Power requirements Dimensions Mounting dimensions Mass Supplied accessories Optional accessories Optional equipment
Tuning range MW: 531 1,602 kHz SW1: 2,940 7,735 kHz SW2: 9,500 18,135 kHz (except for 10,140 11,575 kHz) External aerial connector 10.7 MHz/450 kHz 30 V
Aerial terminal Intermediate frequency Sensitivity
Power amplifier section
Outputs Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors) Speaker impedance ohms Maximum power output 45 W 4 (at 4 ohms)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
The following checklist will help you remedy the problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connections and operating procedures.
Problem No sound. Cause/Solution Cancel the ATT function (page 10). Set the fader control to the center position for 2-speaker systems. Adjust the volume with (+). The power cord or battery has been disconnected. The RESET button was pressed. t Store again into the memory. Remove the front panel and clean the connectors. See Cleaning the connectors (page 14) for details. The clock display disappears if you press (OFF) for 2 seconds. t Press (OFF) again for 2 seconds to display the clock.
The contents of the memory have been erased. Indications do not appear in the display.
Problem The sound is distorted. Cause/Solution The tape head is contaminated. t Clean the head with a commercially available dry-type cleaning cassette.
Problem Preset tuning is not possible. Automatic tuning is not possible. Cause/Solution Store the correct frequency in the memory. The broadcast signal is too weak. The broadcast signal is too weak. t Use manual tuning. The local seek mode is set to ON. t Set the local seek mode to OFF (page 9). Connect an power aerial control lead (blue) or accessory power supply lead (red) to the power supply lead of a cars aerial booster. (When your car has built-in FM/MW/SW aerial in the rear/side glass only.) Tune in the frequency accurately. The broadcast signal is too weak. t Set to monaural mode (page 9).
The stations cannot be received. The sound is hampered by noises. The ST indication flashes.
Problem The sound skips. Cause/Solution A dirty or defective disc.
Error displays (when an optional CD/MD unit is connected)
The following indications will flash for about 5 seconds, and an alarm sound will be heard. Display Cause The disc magazine is not inserted in the CD/MD unit. Solution Insert the disc magazine in the CD/ MD unit.
NO MAG NO DISC ERROR
No disc is inserted in the CD/MD unit. Insert discs in the CD/MD unit. A CD is dirty or inserted upside down.*2 Clean or insert the CD correctly.
*1 An MD does not play because of some Insert another MD. problem.*2 A CD/MD cannot play because of some problem. Insert another CD/MD. Play an MD with tracks recorded on it. Press the RESET button of the unit.
BLANK * RESET
No tracks have been recorded on an MD.*2 The CD/MD unit cannot be operated because of some problem.
NOT READY are not inserted properly. HI TEMP The ambient temperature is more than 50C.
The lid of the MD unit is open or MDs Close the lid or insert the MDs properly. Wait until the temperature goes down below 50C.
*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.
CD/MD CD/ MD CD
CD * MD CD
ERROR BLANK RESET
MD * MD RESET CD/MD
MD CD ,MD
, % % :MW :SW1 :SW2
SW dOBI MW WD
RC-62 , CD
XA-C30 AUX-IN XA-300
REP-OFF T REP-DISC T REP-TRACK
: SHUF-DISC SHUF-CHGR *SHUF-ALL
(DISC ) (1)
:(DISC ) (1) :(DISC +) (2)
SHUF-OFF T SHUF-ALL* T SHUF-CHGR T SHUF-DISC
MG Memory Stick
,MD2 MD1 MD
CD CD (DSPL)
NO NAME CD TEXT
, NEW AGE , JAZZ , CLUB , VOCAL , XPLOD OFF OFF CUSTOM , ROCK
(FAD T BAL T) HI T MID T LOW
*A.SCRL :(3) + (SEL) M.DSPL :(4) + (SEL) BEEP :(6) + (SEL)
T HIGH* T T
MID* T LOW* BAL FAD *
OFF ON :
: (SEEK) (SEEK)
FM1, 2, 3
: (SENS) ,
SW2, SW1, MW, FM3, FM2, FM1
ATA-OFF y ATA-ON
(SOURCE) , (SOURCE)
MD*T CD* T
SW2 T SW1 T MW T FM3 T FM2 T FM1 (ATA) (BTM)
m M M m
, , A B
: :CD MD
DISC DISC + REP SHUF ATT
(1) (2) (3) (4)
BTM/ATA SENS *OFF
: , :CD MD
qg qh qj
(OFF) , (OFF)
q; qa qs
, , ,
RELEASE SEL RESET
.. MD CD
, , , , ,
* CD MD
CD MD CD
* CD TEXT MD
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