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Sony CDP-CX205 - Service Manual, size: 4.5 MB
Sony CDP-CX205 Service Update
User reviews and opinions
|PeterPJansen||1:34pm on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|"After my old Technics 110+1 cd player quit playing, research lead me to buy this model and I have not regretted it for a minute. "So glad I read reviews here and went with the Pioneer 300 changer. Mine works great. "It worked great for a while - until it was nonreturnable to the store. Now will only play certain CDs, the other skip and pop and sound horrendous.|
|Realgomer||8:44pm on Monday, July 26th, 2010|
|Ok as long as it works!!! I am now sending for my second replacement refurbished unit from Sony - that makes three in total that I have owned.|
|moktc||2:00am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|With my Sony TV, DVD player, Sony AV 7.1 reciever, Sony center and front speakers,Sony sub woofer Bose 301 for rear speakers.|
|RBLevin||3:52am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|"I have always preferred Sony products over the years but this product has been a big turn off. The product has destroyed several Cds.|
|jojo05||11:25pm on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|You guys had the BEST price around.....most places are charging almost double. I am very satisfied. I would highly recommend this unit. Great way to listen to music, we set it up with 6 driffrent groups of music, and can listen to 1 cd.|
|dscribner||1:07am on Friday, March 26th, 2010|
|Wanted an easy way to store and play our collection of over 200 cds, this unit fit the bill perfectly. Clear Sound","Easy To Setup","Good Remote|
|XRumer77||2:16am on Monday, March 15th, 2010|
|This is a great CD player that will change your life. Biggest waste of money ever. Skips on every cd I own, including brand new ones.|
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Samsung Rear Projection TV Tips
These instructions have also been verified to work on some other models from Samsung including the 5414R. If you have something to add to this document that you know is correct please feel free to type it up in a document or email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will update the one on my domain now. Keep in mind that this is only what I have figured out on my own so far and is by no means a concise definitive reference. I CANNOT be held responsible for damage to your set as a result of your attempting anything outlined in this document. Proceed at your own risk. So far I have learned of 2 service menus on this set. I will outline the primary service menu first, and then I will outline the advanced convergence menu. These are accessed via the remote control. The first menu is the primary service menu, which I have not tried to figure out. I have documented all of the factory settings so if anyone wants to play with these you have the original settings to fall back on. Keep in mind that these settings are for my TV and your may be different, in which case I would strongly recommend that you document them before you change anything. If anyone knows what these settings are or have figured any of these out please email me what they are so I can update this document. I have not tried changing any of these on my set (Im too scared ). To access the primary service menu turn the TV off and press these buttons on your remote in this order. Mute, 1, 8, 2, Power. You should be presented with a menu with 8 categories of settings. Mine says at the top Service Normal, 480P this leads me to believe that this menu may affect only the input that was selected prior to entering the service menu, although I may be wrong on this. The categories are in BOLD below along with the options for each category. Geometric VS 132 VA 126 VL 114 VSC 104 VE 0 HA 102 PPH 100 Picture DRI 20 SBR 26 RDR 36 GDR 32 Picture 2 SHU 7 SBR 7 R-R 5 R-B 8 G-R 10 G-B 8 CNPAM UPC LOC HEH HS VAN VBO BDR RCT GCT BCT CR1 CN2 CR2 R1L R2L SHP SF2 HSP VS4 VA4 HS4 HA4 HP133
GAM 12 ABL 15
POV NRL DCT D-N CEC VML ABL
Sound STEREO SAP LEVEL 9 ALIGN 1 ALIGN 2 ALIGN 3 PIP CONTRAST POS - HOR POS - VER Option BYTE 0: BYTE 1: READ
Ok thats the main service menu options. Now on with the part everyone really wants The advanced convergence menu. To access this menu start with the TV on, then on your remote press these buttons in order. Mute, 1, 8, 3, Power. You should be presented with a 64-point convergence screen. Ive found at least for me that this is best done about 6 feet from the screen with your head right in the middle. This takes some time so be forewarned. I spent an hour and a half on mine. On your remote the buttons are as follows. Note that these are what I have figured out on my own, so if call them something incorrect or I have something just totally wrong please email me at the adds above and let me know. 5 Reset to no convergence compensation (looks horrible) Reset to factory convergence settings (looks like when you first bought it) Reset to saved settings (your new settings) Toggles on and off a mode of moving the entire convergence pattern line when you press one of the arrow keys (channel up/down and volume up/down) Toggles on and off a fine adjustment mode that permits you to place the cursor on every intersection in the convergence pattern. However, this fine adjustment mode only works when adjusting the red or blue pattern. Therefore, you must first press 7 or 9 to select the red or blue CRT for adjustment before pressing 5. Also this fine adjustment mode should be done last because moving any point in the grid in the primary convergence mode seems to "erase" the fine adjustments. The fine adjustments also appear to have more of an effect on other parts of the convergence
Mute P. Mode TV/Video
grid. For all these reasons, the fine adjustment mode should be used for just fine adjustments and only if needed. Toggles on and off a half-step mode in which adjustments to the grid are performed in half steps. This half-step mode can be used in conjunction with the "move line" mode that is activated by pressing 4. Selects RED CRT for adjustment Selects GREEN CRT for adjustment Selects BLUE CRT for adjustment Moves the crosshair indicating point to be aligned to the next point Moves the crosshair indicating point to be aligned to the next point back Changes crosshair point selector to advance to the next point up/down instead of left/right. Press again to go back. Adjusts the convergence of the selected point up or down Adjusts the convergence of the selected point left or right Turns red CRT on and off during adjustment Turns green CRT on and off during adjustment Turns blue CRT on and off during adjustment Shifts the whole grid left (Im not sure what this is for) Shifts the whole grid right (Im not sure what this is for) Swap back to video input (does not exit, I think this is so you can swap out and see how you settings look) Saves settings MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR SETTING CORRECT BEFORE PUSHING THIS Youve been warned. Exits the advanced convergence service mode.
Channel UP/Down Volume UP/Down +Pre-Chan MTS Rotate Display Add/Erase S. Mode
Any buttons not listed here means I do not know what they are or they did not seem to do anything on my set. As a final section here I will go slightly into removing the screen on this set. I had read in many posts on other sets how dirty the mirror and lenses were so I though Id give it a whirl on my Samsung. As you probably already know the some of the Samsungs (at least this model) do not have a screen protector. Its actually very easy and should be the same on similar newer Samsung sets that have the silver frame around the screen. On my set it was easier to first remove the speaker grille from the bottom. It just pulls off and pops back on easily. Now for the screen, just start at either top corner of the frame and pull it straight toward you and once you get a corner started you can work your way around the entire frame. It will come off and it just snaps back on,
dont worry. Once the whole frame is removed set it to the side. On my set there are 4 black rails that hold the screen sandwich, one on each side and one on the top and bottom. Also on my set the top, bottom, and left frames are stapled to the cabinet. The right rail however is screwed to the cabinet with 3 screws to facilitate easy removal. Just take these 3 screws out and carefully remove the rail. At this point youve likely already peeked inside and saw what I saw. An absolutely filthy mirror and lenses. I also did this whole procedure while the set was on which made seeing the gunk easier. Now the screen should slide completely out the right side of the TV. Be VERY careful and bow the screen slightly outwards while removing and reinstalling the screen so it does not drag along the right edge of the TV cabinet and scratch the inside of the screen. I will say that getting the mirror absolutely clean is a pain in the rear, nuff said. While I was in there I also painted any non-black spots I saw with a very small brush and some black primer. There were only a couple of tiny spots where parts of the cabinet, etc. were joined together. Many, many thanks go out to the members of the HomeTheaterSpot forum who have written so many great tips and instructions about RPTV. You are the people that inspired me to try some of these tweaks and showed me that it does get better than out of the box by a LONG shot. The toughest part for me was not really having much of anything to go on specifically for Samsung TVs. My wife is not exactly as thrilled as I am but she is starting to look closer and see some of the subtle differences that Ive been making. She just wants me to get a second job to support my addiction to this stuff Also thanks to KeohiHDTV for more tips. Other credits go to Mitch Weatherly for some of the information regarding a few of the convergence buttons and Drak at HomeTheaterSpot for verifying another model. Oh well, yall enjoy and happy tweaking. Richard Larson email@example.com My Gear: Samsung 53 4:3 RPTV HDTV Ready Denon AVR-3300 Receiver Harman Kardon DVD-50 JVC HR-S4800U SVHS VCR Scientific Atlanta Explorer 2100 HD High definition STB from Time Warner Monster Power HTS2500 Home Theater Reference Power Center Sony CDP-CXDisc CD Jukebox JBL 4312 Fronts, JBL S Center, JBL PB10 Sub, Klipsch Quintet side and rear surrounds JVC GR-DVL915U Mini DV Camcorder with DVD burner on the PC. Links http://www.hometheaterspot.com http://www.keohi.com/keohihdtv/
37.50m (123.03ft) | Oceanco | 1994
Luxury Yacht Caprice
This all-aluminum motoryacht is perhaps the last yacht to be built to the designs of the late Naval Architect Gerhard Gilgenast. Completed in 1994 by Oceanco (Holland) to ABS+ AI Yachting Service AMS classification, CAPRICE is truly an exceptional motoryacht. Price
Cabins: Guests: Crew: Beam: Draft: Speed: Built/Refit: 4 Cabins 7.9m (25.92ft) 1.5m (4.92ft) 18.00 Knots 1994 | 1999
Details correct as of 7th Jun 2011
View online at www.superyachts.com/210
37.50m | 1994
Completely aft is storage for the Novurania tender, and Yamaha waverunner and just forward is the large Jacuzzi tub. There is a U-Line refrigerator complete with icemaker for that casual dining atmosphere. Flybridge controls are located forward starboard with access to the raised pilothouse center.
CAPRICE offers accommodations for eight in the Owner's party in one richly appointed full-width master suite and three luxurious twin guests cabins, each with ensuite baths. All four cabins are located on the lower deck. For social gatherings, there is a spacious main saloon perfect for casual or formal entertaining with her elegant, yet comfortable decor. For meals, a formal dining room is located on the main deck (skylight above the dining table) or for casual outdoor enjoyment there is a dining area located on the flybridge.
VHF: (3) Standard Horizon with 2 RAM remotes
Telephone: (1) Toshiba Strata - 6 lines Cellular Phones: (2) Telular cellular phones
AUDIO & VISUAL EQUIPMENT
(1) Direct TV SatTV DVR Receiver (1) Sony VHS SLV-N77 (1) Denon DVD Player DVD-1900 (1) Sony Cassette Player (1) Denon AV Surround Receiver AVR-1601 (1) Sony CD Carousel CDP-CX205 (1) iPod Docking Station (1) Canton Sub-Woofer (1) Toshiba HDTV Flat Screen TV
(1) Direct TV SatTV Receiver (1) Sony CD/AM/FM Player/Receiver
(1) Direct TV Sat TV Receiver (1) Denon DVD Player DVD-1500 (1) Denon 5 CD Player DCM-380 (1) Nakamichi AM/FM Receiver/Amplifier RE-10 (1) Sony TV
GUEST STATEROOM - PORT FORWARD
(1) Direct TV SatTV Receiver
37.50m | 1994 (1) JFC AM/FM/CD/Amplifier UX-C30 (1) Panasonic DVD Player DVD-RV32 (1) Sony TV
GUEST STATEROOM - STARBOARD FORWARD
(1) Direct TV SatTV Receiver (1) JVC AM/FM/CD/Amplifier UX-C30 (1) Go Video DVD/VHS Player/Recorder (1) Sony TV
GUEST STATEROOM - STARBOARD AFT
(1) Direct TV SatTV Receiver (1) Panasonic DVD Player (1) Samsung TV (1) Sony AM/FM/CD Player/Receiver
CREW QUARTERS (1) Direct TV SatTV DVR Receiver
(1) JVC Home Theater DVD/CD Player/Amplifier (1) JVC TV (1) Orion CCTV Monitor/TV (1) Toshiba TV with VHS (1) Sony DVD Player (1) Sony AM/FM/CD Player (1) Panasonic TV with VHS (1) Toshiba TV with DVD Player
(1) JVC CD/AM/FM Player/Receiver
(1) Sony CD/AM/FM Player/Receiver (1) iPod Docking Station
TENDERS & TOYS
(1) Yamaha Wave Runner 3 pax, 4-stroke (1) Novurania (1) North American Main Engine Start Air / Dive Compressor
This all-aluminum motoryacht is perhaps the last yacht to be built to the designs of the late Naval Architect Gerhard Gilgenast. Completed in 1994 by Oceanco (Holland) to ABS+ AI Yachting Service AMS classification, CAPRICE is truly an exceptional motoryacht.
MAIN ENGINES Main Engines: (2) MWM Deutz TBD 604BV8 diesels @ 1,350 hp ea Engine Hours: Port 852 / Starboard 850 as of April 8, 2009 (since Jan 2005 rebuild) Gearboxes: (2) ZF BW450 Drive: Propellers GENERATORS & ELECTRCITY Generators: (2) 65 KW Kohler 65 EOZ (new in 2005) Output: 208V / 3-phase / 60 Hz Generator Hours: Port 2,965 / Starboard 2,855 as of April 8, 2009 Fuel Consumption: 100 gallons (380 liters) per day Shore Power: 208V / 3-phase / 60 Hz AIR CONDITIONING Aqua Air 4x 60,000 BTU's with varibale speed drives (20 tons) (18) Marine Air Hydronics fan-coil units OTHER MACHINERY Watermakers: Hydro Electique Marine 1051 Stabilizers: Naiad Bowthruster: Richfield hydraulic 400T Fuel Filtration: Alfa Laval MAB103B-24 Sewage System: Hamammann Wassertechnik type HL sewage treatment Fresh Water System: (1) UV fresh water sterilizer Steering System: Wills - Ridley twin rudder double action hydraulic CAPACITIES Fuel: 12,600 US Gallons (47,700 liters) Water: 2,500 US Gallons (9,500 liters) Watermakers: 2,113 US Gallons (8,000 liters) Lube Oil: 211 US Gallons (800 liters) Waste Oil: 211 US Gallons (800 literes) RANGE & SPEED Maximum Speed: 18.0 knots / Consumption per Hour: 105 USG (397 liters) / 2,380 nm range @ 1800 rpm Cruising Speed: 16.0 knots / Consumption per Hour: 90 USG (341 liters) / 2,700 nm @ 1600 rpm Economical Speed: 11.0 knots / Consumption per Hour: 30 USG (114 liters) / 4,500 nm @ 1100 rpm
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Guest Stateroom - Twin
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Overview Name: Type: Model: Sub Type: Builder: Naval Architect: Exterior Designers: Interior Designer: Year: Refitted: Flag: MCA: Class: Hull NB: Hull Colour: Caprice Motor Yacht Custom Oceanco Gerhard Gilgenast Richard Hein The A Group Donald Starkey No ABS Construction Hull Configuration: Hull Material: Superstructure: Deck Material: Decks NB: Semi-Displacement Aluminium Aluminium Teak 2
Engine(s) Quantity: Fuel Type: Manufacturer: Model: Power: Total Power: Propulsion:
2 Diesel Twin Deutz TBD604BV8 1300hp / 2600hp / 0kW Twin Screw
Dimensions Length Overall: Length at Waterline: Beam: Draft (min): Draft (max): Gross Tonnage: Displacement:
37.50m (123') 7.9m (25' 11") 0m (0') 1.5m (4' 11") 254 tonnes -
Performance & Capabilities Max Speed: 18.0 kts Cruising Speed: 16.0 kts Range: 0 nm Fuel Capacity: 47,700 L / 10,492.53 USG Water Capacity: 9,500 L / 2,089.71 USG
Accommodations Guests: Cabins Total: Cabins: Crew:
1 x Master, 3 x Twin, 6
Equipment Generator: Stabilizers: Thrusters: Amenities:
Naiad 1x Richfield -
Disclaimer: These particulars are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase or charter of this yacht. The copyright of all details, photographs and deckplans remains the property their respectful owners.
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