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Take to the Road with Better Sound and Style Than Ever
Sony Introduces 2004 In Car CD Tuners With New Features and Design
Berlin, 14 January 2004 Sony Europe has announced the launch of a new range of in car CD tuners for 2004, which deliver enhanced sound quality and higher power output than equivalent 2003 models. With advanced new features including DRIVE-S, BBE-MP and SUB SWITCH, the latest products offer a dramatically improved specification and a variety of new design concepts to ensure maximum choice for consumers.
Our new 2004 range of CD tuners demonstrates our clear commitment to develop leadingedge products that raise performance standards, says Wolfdieter Griess, Vice President eVehicle Europe. Well be launching five lines across the price spectrum, with 70% of our models offering MP3 compatibility. Outstanding Sound Quality on All Models with DRIVE-S All 2004 Sony CD Tuners will feature DRIVE-S including the entry CDX-S2000 model. This new Sony concept includes the new Xplod Power IC (S-MOSFET) for a high quality sound, a thinner and quieter CD mechanism for improved durability, plus an enhanced audio circuit with new and larger audio fine tuned electrolytic capacitors. The inclusion of DRIVE-S gives Sony an edge over its competitors in the entry sector. Together with high power output of up to 4x52W, consumers can enjoy levels of sound quality that previously would only have been available on much more expensive models. In addition, all new CD tuners from Sony (even the entry models) have an impressive S/N (signal to noise) ratio of 100dB+ for CD. New Motion Blade Models Include Subwoofer Control
Competition is fierce in the mass market and Sony will be introducing new Motion Blade models in 2004 to gain an edge over its rivals. A new design concept consisting of a real aluminium plate covering the CD slot, Motion Blade offers consumers a cool and unique mechanism for accessing the CD tuner and ejecting discs. More importantly, Motion Blade demonstrates a commitment by Sony to invest in real design at the lower price points rather than merely retouching buttons. For 2004, the stylish CDX-R3000 and CDX-R3300 models will also feature a new technology called SUB SWITCH allowing consumers to have the option of a dedicated subwoofer pre-out. With this feature, they will be able to control the Subwoofer Channel gain and the low-pass filter frequencies. Furthermore, the CDX-R3300 will feature MP3 and will be a key entry model for Sony in the market. New Flip Down Models Look Better Than Ever Consumers looking for a more avant-garde look have traditionally turned to Sonys FD products. The new CDX-F5500 and CDX-F5700 models feature a redesigned fascia that perfectly combines trendy styling with a touch of class. The CDX-F5700 will also be the first model in our range to include the new and exclusive BBE-MP technology which significantly enhances sound quality. With an advanced titanium finish and seven colour changeable display, the CDX-F5700 will be a key model for Sony in the mid market sector. Experience the Thrill of High Definition FL Displays With all-aluminium front panels, the high focus CDX-F7500 and CDX-F7700 Advanced FD models exude class and quality. Turn them on and you can enjoy moving images, interesting wallpapers and clearer information on the high definition FL display. Fully equipped with a range of great features including rotary encoder and built-in Xplod 100dB+ power IC (S-MOSFET), these models provide a combination of classy design, durability, superb sound and an easy MMI (Men Machine Interface). Ultimate Graphics and Style with Active Black Panel An important and popular feature in Sonys car audio range, ABP offers one of the most sophisticated CD tuner displays and mechanisms currently available. The new CDX-M8800 includes advanced motorization to help consumers access the various ABP panels and a top quality FL display for superior graphics, fast moving images and complex wallpapers. Excellent sound quality is achieved through features such as the 4Volt Pre-Out and the EQBand Equalizer for ultimate sound control. With a redesigned operating panel, this model is also a serious style statement and even sports the latest high-end blue illumination. Incorporating new features, enhanced design and an upgraded specification, Sonys new CD tuner range has been designed to give enhanced sound quality and ease of use. All models are equipped with the highly efficient EQ3 or EQ7 internal equalizer, with the 7-band version
available from the CDX-F5700 and upwards. With 70% of the new range compatible with MP3, Sonys car audio is totally on board with MP3 mass penetration in 2004. The CDX-S2000, -R3000, -R3300, -F5500, -F5700, and M8800 will be launched between January and March 2004 across Europe.
Glossary of New Features
An MP3 feature that improves the sound quality of recorded MP3 tracks by restoring and enhancing the higher harmonics lost during compression processing. Manufactured under the license from BBE Sound, Inc. A new Sony concept chassis for CD head units, which generates higher sound quality and higher durability. DRIVE-S provides an exceptional Signal to Noise ratio of 100dB+ and consists of three key elements: Xplod New S-MOSFET Power IC providing a higher sound quality New CD mechanism that is thinner, quieter and safer for CDs. The mechanism also has a much longer life cycle and improved dynamic behaviour for better shock protection. Improved Audio Circuit resulting from the thinner CD mechanism. With more space available inside the head unit, better audio components have been used which dramatically improve sound quality. This feature allows consumers to transform (by menu operation) pre-out into a sub-out, enabling the control of the gain of the subwoofer pre-channel and the adjustment of the low-pass filter frequencies. So far this kind of Subwoofer control was only available on mid-high end models. With the Sub Switch feature, Sony will now make it available almost from the entry model.
MOTION BLADE and DRIVE-S are Trademarks from Sony.
For more information, please contact Corporate Communications Europe Sony Europe GmbH Yolanda Hunt-Bos tel: +/ fax: +email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jean-Baptiste Duprieu tel: +/ fax: +email: email@example.com www.sony-europe.com/presscenter In addition, for any queries about Sony in your respective country, please contact your local Sony PR office.
About Sony: Sony manufactures audio, video, communications and information technology products for the global consumer and professional markets. With its music, pictures, game and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to become a leading personal broadband entertainment company in the 21st century. In Europe, Sony recorded consolidated annual sales of EUR 13.88 billion (yen 1,666 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2003, based on an average market exchange rate for the same period of yen 120 to the EUR. Sony Europe, headquartered at the Sony Center am Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, is responsible for the company's European electronics business and registered consolidated sales of EUR 8.62 billion for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2003. For more information on Sony Europe, please visit http://www.sony-europe.com
Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of the disc) may not play on this unit. You cannot play a CD-R/CD-RW that is not finalized*. You can play MP3 files recorded on CDROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs. A CD-R/CD-RW to which a session can be added can be played.
* A process necessary for a recorded CD-R/CD-RW disc to be played on the audio CD player.
About MP3 files
MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3) is a standard technology and format for compressing a sound sequence. The file is compressed to about 1/10 of its original size. Sounds outside the range of human hearing are compressed while the sounds we can hear are not compressed.
You can play MP3 files recorded on CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs. The disc must be in the ISO 9660*1 level 1 or level 2 format, or Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format. You can use a disc recorded in Multi Session*2.
Notes With formats other than ISO 9660 level 1 and level 2, folder names or file names may not be displayed correctly. When naming, be sure to add the file extension.MP3 to the file name. If you put the extension.MP3 to a file other than MP3, the unit cannot recognize the file properly and will generate random noise that could damage your speakers. The following discs take a longer time to start playback. a disc recorded with complicated tree structure. a disc recorded in Multi Session. a disc to which data can be added. Cautions when playing a disc that is recorded in Multi Session When the first track of the first session is audio CD data: Only audio CD data of the first session is played back. Any data in subsequent sessions is skipped. When the first track of the first session is not audio CD data: If an MP3 file is in the disc, only MP3 file(s) is played back and other data is skipped. (Audio CD data is not recognized.) If no MP3 file is in the disc, NO MUSIC is displayed and nothing is played back. (Audio CD data is not recognized.)
ISO 9660 Format The most common international standard for the logical format of files and folders on a CD-ROM. There are several specification levels. In Level 1, file names must be in the 8.3 format (no more than 8 characters in the name, no more than 3 characters in the extension.MP3) and in capital letters. Folder names can be no longer than 8 characters. There can be no more than 8 nested folder levels. Level 2 specifications allow file names up to 31 characters long. Each folder can have up to 8 trees. For Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format, make sure of the contents of the writing software, etc. Multi Session This is a recording method that enables adding of data using the Track-At-Once method. Conventional CDs begin at a CD control area called the Lead-in and end at an area called Lead-out. A Multi Session CD is a CD having multiple sessions, with each segment from Lead-in to Lead-out regarded as a single session. CD-Extra: The format which records audio (audio CD data) as tracks on session 1, and records data as tracks on session 2. Mixed CD: In this format, data is recorded as track 1, and audio (audio CD data) is recorded as track 2.
The playback order of the MP3 files
The playback order of the folders and files is as follows:
Resetting the unit
MP3 file (track)
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 ball-point pen.
RESET button Note Pressing the RESET button will erase the clock setting and some stored contents.
Tree 1 (root) Tree 2 Tree 3 Tree 4 Tree 5
Notes A folder that does not include an MP3 file is skipped. When you insert a disc with many trees, it takes a longer time to start playback. We recommend that you make only 1 or 2 trees for each disc. Maximum folder number: 150 (including root folder and empty folders) The maximum number of MP3 files and folders that can be contained in a disc: 300 When a file/folder name contains many characters, this number may become less than 300. Tip To specify a desired playback order, before the folder or file name, input the order by number (e.g., 01, 02), then record contents onto a disc. (The order differs depending on the writing software.)
Detaching the front panel
You can detach the front panel of this unit to protect the unit from being stolen.
Attaching the front panel
Place hole A of the front panel onto the spindle B on the unit, then lightly push the left side in. Press (SOURCE) on the unit (or insert a CD) to operate the unit.
If you turn the ignition switch to the OFF position without removing the front panel, the caution alarm will beep for a few seconds. If you connect an optional amplifier and do not use the built-in amplifier, the beep sound will be deactivated.
Press (OFF)*. CD/MD playback or radio reception stops (the key illumination and display remain on).
* If your car has no ACC (accessory) position on the ignition switch, be sure to turn the unit off by pressing (OFF) until the display disappears to avoid car battery drain.
Press (OPEN), then slide the front panel to the right, and gently pull out the left end of the front panel.
Notes 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. Do not drop or put excessive pressure on the front panel and its display window. Do not subject the front panel to heat/high temperature or moisture. Avoid leaving it in a parked car or on a dashboard/rear tray. Tip When carrying the front panel with you, use the supplied front panel case. Note Do not put anything on the inner surface of the front panel.
Setting the clock
The clock uses a 12-hour digital indication. Example: To set the clock to 10:08
In addition to playing a CD with this unit, you can also control external CD/MD units.
Press (MENU), then press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until CLOCK-ADJ appears.
Playing a disc
1 Press (ENTER). The hour indication flashes. 2 Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () to set the hour. 3 Press (SEEK) (+). The minute indication flashes. 4 Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () to set the minute.
Press (OPEN) and insert the disc (labeled side up).
The clock starts. After the clock setting is complete, the display returns to normal play mode.
Tip When CLOCK mode is set to ON, the time is always displayed (page 21).
Close the front panel. Playback starts automatically.
If a disc is already inserted, press (SOURCE) repeatedly until CD appears to start playback.
Stop playback Eject the disc Skip tracks Automatic Music Sensor Fast-forward/ reverse Manual Search
(OFF) (OPEN) then Z (SEEK) (/+) (./>) [once for each track] (SEEK) (/+) (m/M) [hold to desired point]
Skip albums* (DISC/PRESET) (+/) Albums selection [hold to desired point]
To skip tracks continuously, press (SEEK) (+) or (SEEK) (), then press again within 2 seconds and hold.
Notes Before playing a track, this unit reads all track and album information on the disc. Depending on the track structure, it may take more than a minute before playback begins. During this time, READ is displayed. Play will automatically start when reading is complete. Depending on the condition of the disc, it may not play back (page 7, 8). While the first/last track on the disc is playing, if (SEEK) () or (SEEK) (+) is pressed, playback skips to the last/first track of the disc. When the last track on the disc is over, playback restarts from the first track of the disc. If you play a high-bit rate MP3 file such as 320 kbps, sound may be intermittent.
When the disc/album/track changes, any prerecorded title*1 of the new disc/album/track is automatically displayed. (If the A.SCRL (Auto Scroll) function is set to ON, names exceeding 8 characters will be scrolled (page 21).)
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD or MD (MS*1). Press (MODE) repeatedly until the desired unit appears. Playback starts.
*1 Available only when an MP3 file is played. *2 Available only when one or more optional CD/MD units are connected.
Playing tracks in random order
You can select: SHUF-ALBM*1 to play the tracks in the current album in random order. SHUF-DISC to play the tracks in the current disc in random order. SHUF-CHGR*2 to play the tracks in the current optional CD (MD) changer in random order. SHUF-ALL*3 to play all the tracks in all connected CD (MD) units (including this unit) in random order.
*1 Available only when an MP3 file is played. *2 Available only when one or more optional CD (MD) changers are connected. *3 Available only when one or more optional CD units, or two or more optional MD units are connected.
During playback, press (1) (REP) repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Repeat Play starts. To return to normal play mode, select REP-OFF.
During playback, press (2) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Shuffle Play starts. To return to normal play mode, select SHUF-OFF.
Note SHUF-ALL will not shuffle tracks between CD units and MD units.
Labeling a CD
Disc Memo (When connecting a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function)
You can label each disc with a custom name (Disc Memo). You can enter up to 8 characters for a disc. If you label a CD, you can locate the disc by name (page 15).
Note REP-TRACK/SHUF play is suspended until the Name Edit is complete.
Viewing the Disc Memo
As a display item, the Disc Memo always takes priority over any original CD TEXT information.
Start playing the disc you want to label in a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function. Press (MENU), then press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until NAMEEDIT appears. Press (ENTER).
(DSPL) during CD/CD TEXT disc playback
Tip Other items can be displayed (page 12).
Erasing the Disc Memo
The unit will repeat the disc during the labeling procedure.
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD. Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the CD unit storing the Disc Memo. Press (MENU), then press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until NAME DEL appears. Press (ENTER). The stored names will appear. Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly to select the disc name you want to erase. Press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 5 and 6 if you want to erase other names. Press (MENU) twice. The unit returns to normal play mode.
Enter the characters. 1 Press (DISC/PRESET) (+)*1 repeatedly to select the desired character.
A t B t C. t 0 t 1 t 2. t + t t *. t *2 t A
*1 For reverse order, press (DISC/PRESET) (). *2 (blank space)
2 Press (SEEK) (+) after locating the desired character.
If you press (SEEK) (), you can move back to the left. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name.
Notes When the Disc Memo for a CD TEXT disc is erased, the original CD TEXT information is displayed. If you cannot find the Disc Memo you want to erase, try selecting a different CD unit in step 2. If you have already erased all of the Disc Memo, NO DATA appears and the unit returns to normal play mode in step 4 or 6.
Press (ENTER). The unit returns to normal play mode.
Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a character. There is another way to start labeling a CD: Press (LIST/CAT) for 2 seconds instead of performing steps 2 and 3. You can also complete the operation by pressing (LIST/CAT) for 2 seconds instead of step 5. You can label CDs on a unit without the CUSTOM FILE function if that unit is connected along with a CD unit that has the function. The Disc Memo will be stored in the memory of the CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function.
Locating a disc by name
List-up (When connecting a CD unit with the CD TEXT/CUSTOM FILE function, or an MD unit)
You can use this function for discs that have been assigned custom names*1 or for CD TEXT discs*2.
*1 Locating a disc by its custom name: when you assign a name for a CD (page 14) or an MD. *2 Locating discs by the CD TEXT information: when you play a CD TEXT disc on a CD unit with the CD TEXT function.
The unit can store up to 6 stations per band (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and AM2).
When tuning in stations while driving, use Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents.
Storing stations automatically
Best Tuning Memory (BTM)
The unit selects the stations with the strongest signals within the selected band, and stores them in the order of their frequency.
During playback, press (LIST/CAT). The name assigned to the current disc appears in the display.
Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until you find the desired disc. Press (ENTER) to play the disc.
Note If interference occurs, this unit will automatically narrow the reception frequency to eliminate noise (IF AUTO function). In such cases, some FM stereo broadcasts may become monaural while in the stereo reception mode. Tips To always hear FM stereo broadcasts in stereo, you can change the IF AUTO setting and widen the frequency signal reception (see Changing the sound and display settings on page 21). Note that some interference may occur in this setting. If FM broadcasts are difficult to hear, set DSO to OFF (page 23).
Storing station names
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 assign a name using up to 8 characters for a station.
Erasing the station name
During radio reception, press (MENU), then press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until NAME DEL appears. Press (ENTER). Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly to select the station name you want to erase. Press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 3 to 4 if you want to erase other names. Press (MENU) twice. The unit returns to normal radio reception mode.
Storing the station names
Tune in a station whose name you want to store. Press (MENU), then press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until NAMEEDIT appears. Press (ENTER).
Note If you have already erased all of the station names, NO DATA appears and the unit returns to normal play mode in step 2 or 4.
If you press (SEEK) (), you can move back to the left.
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name.
Press (ENTER). The unit returns to normal radio reception mode.
Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a character. There is another way to start storing station names: Press (LIST/CAT) for 2 seconds instead of performing steps 2 and 3. You can also complete the operation by pressing (LIST/CAT) for 2 seconds instead of step 5.
Tuning in a station through a list
You can also control the unit (and optional CD/ MD units) with a rotary commander (optional).
During radio reception, press (LIST/CAT). The frequency or the name assigned to the current station appears in the display.
Using the rotary commander
First, attach the appropriate label depending on how you want to mount the rotary commander. The rotary commander works by pressing buttons and/or rotating controls.
Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until you find the desired station. If no name is assigned to the selected station, the frequency appears in the display. Press (ENTER) to tune in the desired station.
SOUND MODE DSPL DSPL MODE SOUND
By pressing buttons
Rotate the VOL control to adjust the volume.
Change the source (Radio/CD/MD*1/AUX*2)/ Power on Change operation (Radio band/CD unit*1/MD unit*1) Attenuate the sound Stop playback or radio reception/Power off Adjust the sound settings Change the display item
By rotating the control
When an MP3 file is played, you can select an album using the rotary commander.
Skip albums Push in and rotate [once for Album selection each album] the control. To continuously skip albums, push in and rotate (and hold) the control.
Rotate and release to:
Skip tracks. To continuously skip tracks, rotate once and rotate again within 2 seconds and hold the control. Tune in stations automatically.
Rotate, hold, and release to:
To Do this
Fast-forward/reverse a track. Find a station manually.
By pushing in and rotating the control
Push in and rotate [once for each disc] the control. To continuously skip discs, push in and rotate once and rotate again within 2 seconds (and hold) the control.
Skip albums 1 To enter Album selection Album selection mode, push in, then rotate and hold the control. Within 2 seconds, proceed to step 2. 2 Push in, then rotate quickly and repeatedly, to skip albums one by one.
Push in and rotate the control to:
Receive preset stations. Change discs during CD (MD) playback*1. Change albums*4.
*1 Only if the corresponding optional equipment is connected. *2 Available only when an optional Sony portable device is connected to AUX IN terminal of the unit. When you connect a Sony portable device and CD/ MD unit(s) at the same time, use the AUX IN selector. *3 If your car has no ACC (accessory) position on the ignition key switch, after turning off the ignition, be sure to press and hold (OFF) until the display disappears. *4 Available only when an MP3 file is played.
Changing the operative direction
The operative direction of controls is factory-set as shown below.
Adjusting the sound characteristics
You can adjust the bass, treble, balance, fader, and subwoofer volume.
If you need to mount the rotary commander on the right hand side of the steering column, you can reverse the operative direction.
Press (SOUND) repeatedly to select the desired item. Each time you press (SOUND), the item changes as follows:
BAS (bass) t TRE (treble) t BAL (left-right) t FAD (front-rear) t SUB (subwoofer volume)
Rotate the volume control dial to adjust the selected item.
Note Adjust within 3 seconds after selecting the item. Tips When adjusting with the card remote commander, press (SOUND) repeatedly and then press (SEEK) (+) or (SEEK) (). When adjusting with the rotary commander, press (SOUND) repeatedly and then rotate the VOL control.
Press (SOUND) for 2 seconds while pushing the VOL control.
Tip You can also change the operative direction of these controls with the unit (page 21).
Changing the BBE MP setting
The BBE MP process effectively adds warmth and provides clear CD quality sound even from heavily compressed MP3 material. During playback on this unit, press (5) (BBE MP) to select BBEMP-ON. To cancel the BBE MP, select BBEMP-OFF.
Note The BBE MP function is available only when playing back on this unit (when playing back on the optional unit, BBE MP is not available). Tip You can change the BBE MP setting only when playing back on this unit.
Quickly attenuating the sound
(With the rotary commander or the card remote commander)
Press (ATT). After ATT-ON momentarily appears, ATT appears in the display. To restore the previous volume level, press (ATT) again.
Tip When the interface cable of a car telephone is connected to the ATT lead, the unit decreases the volume automatically when a telephone call comes in (Telephone ATT function).
Changing the sound and display settings
The following items can be set:
SET (Set Up)
CLOCK-ADJ (page 11) BEEP to turn the beeps on or off. RM (Rotary Commander) to change the operative direction of the controls of the rotary commander. Select NORM to use the rotary commander at the factory-set position. Select REV when you mount the rotary commander on the right side of the steering column. AUX-A (page 24) to turn the AUX source display on or off.
DEMO to turn the demonstration display on or off. (When the unit is turned off.) Select ON to activate the demonstration display (The demonstration starts about 10 seconds after the unit is turned off). Select OFF to deactivate the demonstration display. CLOCK to display the clock and the play mode at the same time (ON). DIM (Dimmer) to change the brightness of the display. Select AT to dim the display only when you turn the lights on. Select ON to dim the display. Select OFF to deactivate the Dimmer. M.DSPL (Motion Display) to select the Motion Display mode from 1, 2, and OFF. (When the unit is turned on.) Select 1 to show decoration patterns and spectrum analyzer in the display. Select 2 to show decoration patterns in the display. Select OFF to deactivate the Motion Display. A.SCRL (Auto Scroll) (page 12) Select ON to scroll automatically displayed names exceeding 8 characters. When the Auto scroll function is set to OFF and the disc/album/track is changed, the disc/album/track name or ID3 tag does not scroll.
*1 *2 *3 *4
DSO-1 DSO-2 DSO-3 DSO-OFF
Press (SOURCE) to select a source (Radio, CD, MD or AUX). Press (DSO) repeatedly until the desired DSO setting appears. Each time you press (DSO), the DSO setting changes.
To restore the factory-set equalizer curve, press (ENTER) for 2 seconds.
Press (MENU) twice. When the effect setting is complete, the display returns to normal play mode. To cancel the DSO function, select DSOOFF. After 3 seconds, the display returns to normal play mode.
Notes Depending on the type of car interior or type of music, DSO may not have a desirable effect. If FM broadcasts are difficult to hear, set DSO to OFF.
Changing the LCD color
You can select one of 7 color settings for the LCD. Press (COLOR) repeatedly to select the desired LCD color. Each time you press (COLOR), the LCD color changes.
Adjusting the volume level
You can adjust the volume for each connected audio equipment.
Press (MENU). Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly to select AUX LVL. Press (ENTER). Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly to select a desired volume level. The volume level is adjustable in 1 dB steps from 6 dB to +6 dB. Press (ENTER).
Connecting auxiliary audio equipment
The units AUX IN (external audio input) terminal on this unit is also used as the BUS AUDIO IN (audio input) terminal. You can listen to the sound from your car speakers by connecting optional Sony portable devices.
Note If you connect an optional Sony CD/MD unit, you cannot connect any portable devices and AUX will not appear in the display as a source. When you connect a Sony portable device and CD/ MD unit(s) at the same time, use the AUX IN selector.
To deactivate auxiliary equipment in the source display
Press (OFF). CD/MD playback or radio reception stops. Press (MENU). Press (DISC/PRESET) (+) or (DISC/PRESET) () repeatedly until AUX-A-ON appears. Press (SEEK) (+) to select AUX-AOFF. Press (MENU).
Selecting auxiliary equipment
Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select AUX.
To restore the indication, select AUX-A-ON.
Replacing the lithium battery
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.
Under normal conditions, battery will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the card remote commander becomes shorter. Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
+ side up Fuse (10 A)
Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding the one supplied with the unit as this could damage the unit.
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, detach the front panel (page 10) and clean the connectors with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Do not apply too much force. Otherwise, the connectors may be damaged.
Notes on lithium battery
Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a good contact. Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the battery. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur.
Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
Back of the front panel Notes For safety, turn off the ignition before cleaning the connectors, and remove the key from the ignition switch. Never touch the connectors directly with your fingers or with any metal device.
Removing the unit
Remove the protection collar. 1 Detach the front panel (page 10). 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.
The following checklist will help you remedy problems you may encounter with your unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures.
The power is continuously supplied to the unit.
The car does not have an ACC position.
The power antenna does not extend.
The power antenna does not have a relay box.
A disc cannot be loaded.
Rotate the volume control dial to adjust the volume. Cancel the ATT function. Set the fader control to the center position for a 2-speaker system. You tried to play back MP3 files with an optional CD unit which is incompatible with MP3. t Play back with a Sony MP3 compatible CD unit, such as the CDX-757MX.
The contents of the memory have been erased.
Another CD is already loaded. The CD has been forcibly inserted upside down or in the wrong way.
Playback does not begin.
Defective MD or dirty CD. CD-R/CD-RW that is not finalized. You tried to play back a CD-R/CD-RW not designed for audio use. Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs may not play due to its recording equipment or the disc condition.
MP3 files cannot be played back.
The RESET button has been pressed. t Store again into the memory. The power lead or battery has been disconnected. The power connecting lead is not connected properly.
No beep sound.
Recording was not performed according to the ISO 9660 level 1 or level 2 format, or the Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format. The file extension.MP3 is not added to the file name. Files are not stored in MP3 format.
MP3 files take longer to play back than others.
The beep sound is canceled (page 21). An optional power amplifier is connected and you are not using the built-in amplifier.
The display disappears from/does not appear in the display window.
The display disappears if you press and hold (OFF). t Press and hold (OFF) again until the display appears. Remove the front panel and clean the connectors. For details, see Cleaning the connectors on page 25.
Stored stations and correct time are erased. The fuse has blown. Makes noise when the ignition key is in the ON, ACC, or OFF position.
The following discs take a longer time to start playback. a disc recorded with complicated tree structure. a disc recorded in Multi Session. a disc to which data can be added.
A disc is automatically ejected.
The ambient temperature exceeds 50C (122F).
The operation buttons do not function. CD will not be ejected.
Press the RESET button.
The sound skips from vibration.
The leads are not matched correctly with the cars accessory power connector.
No power is being supplied to the unit.
The unit is installed at an angle of more than 45. The unit is not installed in a sturdy part of the car.
The sound skips.
Check the connection. If everything is in order, check the fuse. The car does not have an ACC position. t Press (SOURCE) (or insert a disc) to turn on the unit.
Dirty or defective disc.
Preset tuning is not possible.
(For this unit and optional CD/MD changers)
Store the correct frequency in the memory. The broadcast signal is too weak.
The stations cannot be received. The sound is hampered by noises.
Connect a power antenna control lead (blue) or accessory power supply lead (red) to the power supply lead of a cars antenna booster (only when your car has built-in FM/AM antenna in the rear/side glass). Check the connection of the car antenna. The auto antenna will not go up. t Check the connection of the power antenna control lead. Check the frequency. When the DSO mode is on, the sound is sometimes hampered by noises. t Set the DSO mode to OFF (page 23).
Automatic tuning is not possible.
The following indications will flash for about 5 seconds, and an alarm sound will be heard.
No tracks have been recorded on an MD.*2 t Play an MD with recorded tracks on it.
The local seek mode is set to ON. t Set the local seek mode to OFF (page 22). The broadcast signal is too weak. t Perform manual tuning.
The ST indication flashes.
Tune in the frequency accurately. The broadcast signal is too weak. t Set the monaural reception mode to ON (page 22).
A program broadcast in stereo is heard in monaural.
A CD is dirty or inserted upside down.*2 t Clean or insert the CD correctly. A CD/MD cannot play because of some problem. t Insert another CD/MD. FAILURE (Illuminates until any button is pressed.) The connection of speakers/amplifiers is incorrect. t See the installation guide manual of this model to check the connection. FAILURE (Illuminates for about 1 second.) When the XM tuner is connected, storing an XM radio channel into a preset failed. t Be sure to receive the channel that you want to store, then try it again.
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