WARNINGS CAUTIONS CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety standards. There are, however, some installation and operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of. Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.
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CONTROL AND CONNECTION DIAGRAMS STEREO CASSETTE DECK / COMPACT DISC PLAYER PMD351 EJECT POWER TAPE + CD QUICK REVERSE TAPE AUTOMATIC TAPE SELECT SYSTEM HP SELECT PHONES -20 -15 -10 -6 MIC IN TAPE TAPE+CD DOLBY B-C NR NX PRO TAPE PITCH CONT.
AUTO CUE CD PLAY ... DOLBY NR SYSTEMS ... DOLBY HX PRO HEADROOM EXTENSION ... FRONT PANEL CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS ... TAPE DECK CONTROL buttons ... CD PLAYER CONTROL buttons ... DISPLAY ... REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS ... OPERATIONS ... CASSETTE DECK OPERATION ...
Press the DUBB button to engage the tape transport into the dubbing mode from the CD player. Once the DUBB button is pressed, the CD player will copy directly to the tape deck. REC indicator Displayed when the tape deck is in the Record mode.
STOP/EJECT PLAY /PAUSE CD PLAYER CONTROL buttons PREVIOUS/SEARCH REVERSE button When the CD player is in the play or pause mode, press and release the PREVIOUS/ SEARCH REVERSE button the beginning of the current track and then skip one track for every time the control button is pressed and released.
One second of audio is lost during quick reverse. CASCADE CASCADE mode: In this position, multiple Marantz Professional tape decks that are equipped with the “EXT” cascade connector can be looped together to allow for extended cascade playback or record- ing.
Pressing the PROGRAM button again will place the CD player in the single track play mode, and the track indicator will begin to flash. Pressing the PROGRAM button again will return the CD player to the normal play mode.
PMD351 externally • The PMD351 automatically transmits status data when status is changed. • The PMD351 will respond to a status request by transmitting the associated status data FADER START jacks Upon receiving a dry switch contact closure on...
CD player was paused. 4. Upon completion of playback of the last track in the disc, the CD Player will return to the stop mode. You can also stop the CD playback by pressing the STOP/EJECT button Pressing the STOP/EJECT button cause the CD tray to open.
CD player will stop playing but will remain in the program/play mode. The program will remain in memory. 5. When the STOP/EJECT button while the CD player is in the stop mode and while the program is still engaged, the memorized program will be cleared. CD-R/CD-RW disc play...
recorded by any recorder that complies with the "Orange book" of CD-R/CD-RW standards. The player can play only those discs recorded in the music format (CD-DA) or using MP3 files. If there is not much recording time, it may be difficult for the data to be read, and it may cause an error.
4. Press the DUBB button once. The REC indicator will begin to flash; the DUBB indicator will light; and the CD player will enter play mode. At this point, you can adjust the record level control to achieve the desired record level.
EXTENDED CASCADE OPERATION By using the cascade feature on the PMD351 with another PMD351 or other Marantz Professional products offering the cascade feature, several units can be connected to supply long playback or recording functionality.
PMD351 will go to CD playback next and then to the next component. If the playback is started with the CD first, the PMD351 will play the CD then go to the next component. Before beginning the cascade record function, hand wind the tape leaders so that no leader is showing.
• The RS-232C host can control all functions of the PMD351 externally • The PMD351 automatically transmits status data when status is changed. • The PMD351 will respond to status requests by transmitting the associated status data. Control commands: Request Command CD command "@12000"+CR...
Time "@1?18TIME"+CR Display Memo "@1?18MEMO"+CR Hand shake flow chart for Commands Requesting Status: Typical Host PMD351 Status Request Command Status Command Status changes automatically transmitted. The following status codes are automatically transmit- ted to the host. Status from CD Category...
RC-5 CODES If you have a remote control Model RC30, (not sup- PMD351 plied – available from Marantz Professional) this unit CS out receives the codes listed in the table below from the infrared remote control sensor 11 on the front of the unit.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE Head Cleaning If the heads are not cleaned for a long period, dirt or dust may be deposited on the heads and capstans, causing degraded high-frequency characteristics, volume drop, or degraded recording and erasure performances. To prevent this, clean the heads, capstans, etc., periodically as follows.
4. the amplifier’s input selector switch is set to the correct input ('CD' or 'AUX’ whichever corresponds to the input jacks the CD player is connected to). The disc stops in mid-operation. Check that: 1. the disc is not dirty.
Net Weight ... 6.8kg These specifications represent design standards. Higher levels of performance can be expected under most conditions. *Subject to change without notice. CD PLAYER Channels ... 2 channels Sampling frequency ... 44.1kHz Quantization ... 16-bit linear/channel Error correction ... Cross-interleave read D/A conversion ...
The TAPE + CD OUT should be connected to TAPE IN of the amplifier. If this output is connected to another input and the amplifier's input selector is set to this input, oscillation may occur when the PMD351 is set to record which could damage the speakers.
Manufacturer shall not be liable for damage to other prod- ucts caused by any defects in Marantz products, damages based on inconvenience or loss of use of the product, or any other damages, whether incidental, consequential, or otherwise.