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Sony Personal Audio Docking System
Model RDP-M5iP
User Manual
Prepared By: Lorraine McGee
Date: 2013/04/14
For: TWR2004

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  • Page 1 Sony Personal Audio Docking System Model RDP-M5iP User Manual Prepared By: Lorraine McGee Date: 2013/04/14 For: TWR2004...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Getting Started with the Sony Personal Audio Docking System ..1 Using the Sony Personal Audio Docking System ........... 2 Identifying the Views of the Sony Personal Audio Docking System ....2 Using the Sony Personal Audio Docking System User Manual ..... 4 Identifying Symbols ...................
  • Page 4 To adjust the volume for your music ................. 19 Powering off the System ................. 20 To power off the System ..................... 20 Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely ..21 Powering on the System ................. 21 To power on the System ..................... 22 Playing your Music ..................
  • Page 5 Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Manually ....35 Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely ....36 FAQs ..................... 37 Glossary ....................39 Index ..................... 40...
  • Page 6: Getting Started With The Sony Personal Audio Docking System

    Getting Started with the Sony Personal Audio Docking System The Sony Personal Audio Docking System (hereinafter called “the System”), is an electronic audio system used to attach your iPod or iPhone to in order to listen to music stored on your iPod or iPhone.
  • Page 7: Using The Sony Personal Audio Docking System

    You require either an iPod or an iPhone and either batteries or a 120 volt AC electrical outlet to use the System. Identifying the Views of the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Figure 1 - Front View of the System...
  • Page 8 Figure 3 - Top View of the System Figure 4 - Bottom View of the System...
  • Page 9: Using The Sony Personal Audio Docking System User Manual

    The user manual is organized into the following main sections: • Getting Started with the Sony Personal Audio Docking System • Configuring a Power Source • Attaching and Charging your iPod or iPhone •...
  • Page 10: Getting Help

    If you encounter problems with the System not covered by either the Troubleshooting or FAQ sections of this user manual, you can contact Sony’s technical support at: Telephone Number: 1-888-862-9212 You can also search the FAQs on the following site, or send an email to Sony’s technical support from the following site: http://www.justanswer.com/sip/sony?r=ppc|ga|4|Computer+%2D+Top+Brands|Sony+%2D +1&JPKW=sony%20help&JPDC=S&JPST=&JPAD=11041920300&JPMT=b&JPNW=g&JPA...
  • Page 11: Configuring A Power Source

    Configuring a Power Source This section of the user manual tells you about the different power sources available for use with the System, how to configure each power source, and how you can use each power source to your benefit. There are two power sources available for use with the System–an electrical power source and a battery power source.
  • Page 12: To Use An Electrical Power Source

    To use an electrical power source 1) Looking at the back of the System, plug the female end of the AC power adapter into the DC IN 6V jack on the back of the System. See Figure 5 below. DC IN 6V Jack Prong Female...
  • Page 13: To Use A Battery Power Source

    To use a battery power source 1) Looking at the back of the System, lay the System on its front so the bottom panel is exposed. You see a left battery cover and a right battery cover, which cover the two battery enclosures.
  • Page 14 + Symbol + Symbol Figure 7 - Inside the Battery Enclosure The System requires four Sony AAA/LR03 alkaline batteries or four Sony NH-AAA rechargeable batteries. The batteries are not supplied with the System. 5) Insert the batteries into both battery enclosures.
  • Page 15: Attaching And Charging Your Ipod And Iphone

    Attaching and Charging your iPod and iPhone This section of the user manual tells you how to attach an iPod or iPhone to the System, how to charge your iPod or iPhone using the System, and how you can use this to your benefit. Attaching your iPod or iPhone to the System allows you to listen to music stored on your iPod or iPhone through the System’s built-in speakers–eliminating the need to wear ear buds.
  • Page 16: To Attach Your Ipod

    To attach your iPod 1) Looking at the front of the System, line up your iPod with the docking tray connector in the middle of the docking tray–ensuring your iPod is at the same angle as the docking tray connector. See Figure 8 below. Docking Tray Docking Connector...
  • Page 17: Attaching Your Iphone

    Attaching your iPhone Attaching your iPhone is a procedure that shows you how to attach your iPhone to the System (using a universal dock adapter). The procedure provides you with step-by-step instructions and graphics to help you learn how to complete this task. Attaching your iPhone to the System enables you to access the music stored on your iPhone, so you can listen to your music using the System’s built-in speakers.
  • Page 18: Charging Your Ipod

    The universal dock adapter is now in place. See Figure 9 below. Universal Dock Adapter in Docking Tray Docking Tray Connector Universal Dock Adapters Figure 9 - Universal Dock Adapters and Docking Tray Connector 4) Line up your iPhone with the docking tray connector in the middle of the docking tray. See Figure 9 above.
  • Page 19: To Charge Your Ipod

    2) Power on your iPod (see the manufacturer’s instructions for your iPod). 3) Power on the System either manually or remotely (see “To power on the System” under either “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Manually” or “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely”).
  • Page 20: Operating The Sony Personal Audio Docking System Manually

    Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Manually This section of the user manual tells you about the basic operations that are available operating the System manually, how to perform each operation, and how each operation can be used to your benefit.
  • Page 21: To Power On The System

    The System powers on. You can also power on the System using the remote commander. See “To power on the System” under the “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely” section. Playing your Music Playing your music is a procedure that shows you how to play music stored on your iPod or iPhone using the System.
  • Page 22: To Play Your Music

    You can also play your music and select a track using the remote commander. See “To play your music” and “To select a track to play from your iPod or iPhone” under the “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely” section.
  • Page 23: Pausing/un-pausing Your Music

    The music starts playing again. You can also pause/un-pause your music using the remote commander. See “To pause/un-pause your music” under the “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely” section. Adjusting the Volume for your Music Adjusting the volume for your music is a procedure that shows you how to decrease and increase the volume using the System.
  • Page 24: To Adjust The Volume For Your Music

    The OPR/BATT indicator flashes three times when the sound is set to either maximum or minimum volume. You can also adjust the volume using the remote commander. See “To adjust the volume for your music” under the “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely” section.
  • Page 25: Powering Off The System

    3) Looking at the top of the System, confirm that the green OPR/BATT light is off. See Figure 13 above. The System powers off. You can also power off the System using the remote commander. See “To power off the System” under the “Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely” section.
  • Page 26: Operating The Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely

    Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely This section of the user manual tells you about the basic operations that are available operating the System remotely, how to perform each operation, and how each operation can be used to your benefit. Operating the System remotely using the remote commander is more challenging than using the System manually.
  • Page 27: To Power On The System

    To power on the System 1) Point the remote commander at the remote sensor on the front of the System. See Figure 14 below. Remote Sensor Figure 14 - Remote Sensor 2) On the remote commander, locate the power I / button.
  • Page 28: Playing Your Music

    If you use the remote commander to operate the System, ensure that you replace the battery for the remote commander with a Sony CR2025 lithium battery only–use of another battery may present a risk of a fire or an explosion, causing damage to the System.
  • Page 29: To Play Your Music

    To play your music 1) Attach your iPod or iPhone to the System (see the procedure under “To attach your iPod” or “To attach your iPhone”). 2) Power on your iPod or iPhone (see the manufacturer’s instructions for your iPod or iPhone).
  • Page 30: To Select A Track To Play From Your Ipod Or Iphone

    To select a track to play from your iPod or iPhone To move forward: 1) Point the remote commander at the remote sensor on the front of the System (see Figure 14). 2) On the remote commander, locate the forward button.
  • Page 31: Figure 19 - Remote Commander Backward Button

    To move backward: 1) Point the remote commander at the remote sensor on the front of the System (see Figure 14). 2) On the remote commander located the backward button. See Figure 19 below. Backward Button Figure 19 - Remote Commander Backward Button 3) Press once to go back one track.
  • Page 32: Pausing/un-pausing Your Music

    2) On the remote commander locate the MENU button. See Figure 20 below. Down Button Button Menu Button Enter Button Figure 20 - Remote Commander Menu, Up, Down, and Enter Buttons 3) Press MENU to display the menu on your iPod or iPhone. 4) Press to go to the top of the menu on your iPod or iPhone.
  • Page 33: To Pause/un-pause Your Music

    To pause/un-pause your music 1) Point the remote commander at the remote sensor on the front of the System (see Figure 14). 2) On the remote commander, locate the play/pause button (ensure the music is playing). See Figure 21 below. Play/Pause Button Figure 21 - Remote Commander Play/Pause Button...
  • Page 34: To Adjust The Volume For Your Music

    To adjust the volume for your music 1) Point the remote commander at the remote sensor on the front of the System (see Figure 14). 2) On the remote commander locate the minus volume button and the plus volume button. See Figure 22 below. Plus Volume Button Minus Volume...
  • Page 35: Powering Off The System

    Powering off the System Powering off the System is a procedure that shows you how to power off the System using the remote commander. The procedure provides you with step-by-step instructions and graphics to help you learn how to complete this task. Powering off the System using the remote commander enables you to power off the System remotely, when the System is not in use, enabling you to save hydro costs or battery costs.
  • Page 36 4) Confirm the OPR/BATT light is off on the front of the System. See Figure 24 below. OPR/BATT Light Figure 24 - OPR/BATT Light The System powers off.
  • Page 37: Troubleshooting

    If this section does not contain a troubleshooting tip for the problem you are having with the System, you can contact Sony’s technical support. For contact information for Sony’s technical support, see the “Getting Help” section under “Getting Started with the Sony Personal Audio Docking System.”...
  • Page 38: Configuring A Power Source

    DC IN 6V jack on the back of the System of the System • The AC power adapter • Contact Sony to replace cord is damaged (e.g., a the AC power adapter if cut in the cord or chew the cord is damaged...
  • Page 39: Attaching And Charging Your Ipod Or Iphone

    Attaching and Charging your iPod or iPhone Problem Relates To: Attaching your iPod and Attaching your iPhone Problem Possible Cause Resolution (contains a description of the (lists the possible causes for (recommends resolutions for problem) the problem) the problem) When you press the play •...
  • Page 40: Operating The Sony Personal Audio Docking System Manually

    Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Manually Problem Relates To: Adjusting the Volume for your Music Problem Possible Cause Resolution (contains a description of the (lists the possible causes for (recommends resolutions for problem) the problem) the problem) There is no audio coming •...
  • Page 41: Operating The Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely

    Operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System Remotely Problem Relates To: Adjusting the Volume for your Music Problem Possible Cause Resolution (contains a description of the (lists the possible causes for (recommends resolutions for problem) the problem) the problem) There is no audio coming •...
  • Page 42: Faqs

    If you have a question that is not answered by this FAQ section, you can search through FAQs on Sony’s website as well. For details on how to access FAQs on Sony’s website, see the “Getting Help” section under “Getting Started with the Sony Personal Audio Docking System.”...
  • Page 43 How do I replace one of the universal dock adapters if one of them gets damaged? Contact Sony technical support to order a new universal dock adapter if one of them gets damaged. See the “Getting Help” section under “Getting Started with the Sony Personal Audio Docking System”...
  • Page 44: Glossary

    Glossary AC Power Adapter: An alternating current (AC) power adapter is a transformer that is used to provide electrical power to the System. Docking Tray: The docking tray is the half-moon shaped component that is attached to the front of the System at the bottom. The docking tray is where you attach your iPod or iPhone to the System.
  • Page 45: Index

    Index AC Electrical Outlet, 2 Charging your iPod and iPhone, 10, 13, 14 AC Power Adapter, 7, 9, 33, 39 Configuring a Power Source, 6 battery, 7 Accessories AC power adapter, 7 electrical, 6 remote commander, 22 Connector. See docking tray connector universal dock adapter number 12 for iPhone, 12 Ctrl Button, 4 universal dock adapter number 15 for iPhone 3G/iPhone...
  • Page 46 Playing your Music (remotely), 23 Plus Volume Button, 19, 29 Power Adapter. See AC power adapter Help. See getting help under getting started with the Sony Power Button, 16, 20, 22, 30 Personal Audio Docking System Power Cord. See AC power adapter Power Source.
  • Page 47: Up Button

    Remote Sensor, 22–30, 39 operating the Sony Personal Audio Docking System remotely, 36 Sony’s Technical Support, 5, 32 Symbols, 4 Universal Dock Adapter, 11, 12, 13, 39 Up Button, 27 USB to AC Adapter, 10, 13, 14, 39 Table of Contents, 4...

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