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Home Audio System
Operating Instructions
Getting Started
USB Device
Sound Adjustment
Other Operations
Additional Information


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  • Page 1 Home Audio System Getting Started Disc Operating Instructions Tuner USB Device BLUETOOTH Sound Adjustment Other Operations Additional Information MHC-V11...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Refer to them whenever you call any way, such as power-supply cord upon your Sony dealer regarding this or plug is damaged, liquid has been product. spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been Model No.
  • Page 3 This symbol is intended CAUTION to alert the user to the You are cautioned that any changes or presence of uninsulated modifications not expressly approved in “dangerous voltage” this manual could void your authority to within the product’s operate this equipment. enclosure that may be of This equipment must not be co-located sufficient magnitude to...
  • Page 4 EU directives. This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 Japan. Inquiries related to product LASER product.
  • Page 5: About This Manual

    Note on DualDiscs This system is designed to be used A DualDisc is a two sided disc product for the following purposes: which mates DVD recorded material on • Playing back music sources on one side with digital audio material on discs or USB devices the other side.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents About this manual ..... 5 BLUETOOTH Guide to parts and controls ..8 About the BLUETOOTH wireless technology ....21 Pairing this system with a Getting Started BLUETOOTH device ....22 Hooking up the system Listening to music on a securely ........12 BLUETOOTH device ....
  • Page 7 Other Operations Using the Party Chain function ........28 Singing along: Karaoke ...30 Enjoying music with the Speaker Lights turned on ..31 Using an optional equipment ........31 Changing information on the display ........32 Using the Sleep Timer ..... 32 Deactivating the buttons on the unit (Child Lock) ....
  • Page 8: Guide To Parts And Controls

    Guide to parts and controls You can lock the buttons except  (power) on the unit to prevent them from being operated by mistake (page 32). Unit Speaker Lights* (page 31) * Do not look directly at the light-emitting parts when the Speaker Lights are turned on.
  • Page 9    (power) button +/– (select folder) button Press to select a folder on a data Press to turn on the system, or set disc or a USB device. it to standby mode. / (go backward/go   (play)* button forward) button —...
  • Page 10 Remote control  TUNING MODE button (page 17) TUNER MEMORY button (page 17) BACK button Press to return to the previous display. OPTIONS button Press to enter or exit options menu. / / / buttons Press to select the menu items. +/– (select folder) buttons Press to select a folder on a data disc or USB device.
  • Page 11  / (rewind/fast forward) buttons (page 15, 20) Press to find a point in a track or file during playback. TUNING+/– buttons (page 17)  (play)* button Press to start playback. / (go backward/go forward) buttons Press to select a track or file. PRESET+/–...
  • Page 12: Getting Started

    Getting Started Hooking up the system securely To wall outlet  Audio output and input jacks  Antenna Use an audio cord (not supplied) to Connect the FM lead antenna make either connection as follows: (supplied). • AUDIO/PARTY CHAIN OUT L/R jacks —Connect to the audio input jacks of an optional equipment.
  • Page 13: Deactivating The Demonstration

    • Avoid the following kinds of locations. Deactivating the demonstration To deactivate the demonstration while the system is turned off, press SPEAKER LIGHT repeatedly to select Standby Mode (page 14). Between buildings Inserting batteries Insert two R03 (size AAA) batteries (supplied), matching the polarities shown below.
  • Page 14: Changing The Display Mode

    Changing the display mode Press SPEAKER LIGHT repeatedly while the system is turned off. Each time you press the button, the display mode changes as follows. Demonstration The illumination is turned on. No display (Standby Mode) The display and the illumination are turned off to conserve power.
  • Page 15: Disc

    Do this Disc Hold down / Find a point Playing a CD/MP3 disc in a track or during playback, and file release the button at the desired point. Hint Select Repeat Press REPEAT/FM For playable discs, see “Precautions” Play MODE repeatedly (page 38).
  • Page 16 To play your program of Note on playing multisession discs The system can play back continuous tracks or files, press . sessions on a disc when they are recorded The program is cleared when in the same session format as the first you perform one of the following session.
  • Page 17: Tuner

    Press PRESET+/– repeatedly Tuner to select the desired preset number. Listening to the radio If another station is already assigned to the selected preset number, the station is replaced by Press FUNCTION repeatedly the new station. until “FM” appears on the display.
  • Page 18: Usb Device

    To use the system as a battery USB Device charger You can use the system as a battery Before using the USB charger for USB devices that have a rechargeable function. device Connect the USB device to the (USB) port. For compatible USB devices, see The charging begins when the USB “Information about compatible...
  • Page 19 For REC1 transfer REC1 transfer Press / to select the track Source Folder File name or MP3 file you want to transfer, name then start playback. “MP3_REC1” Same as the To transfer an MP3 file in a specific source folder, press +/–...
  • Page 20: Playing A File

    When playing a VBR MP3/WMA file, the Playing a file system may resume playback from a different point. “REP ONE”: Repeats the current file. The following audio file formats are “REP FLDR”: Repeats the current folder. supported: “REP ALL”: Repeats all files on a USB —MP3: file extension “.mp3”...
  • Page 21: About The Bluetooth Wireless Technology

    Creating your own program BLUETOOTH (Program Play) About the BLUETOOTH Press FUNCTION repeatedly wireless technology until “USB” appears on the display. BLUETOOTH wireless technology is a Select the play mode. short-range wireless technology that enables wireless data communication Press PLAY MODE repeatedly until between digital devices.
  • Page 22: Pairing This System With A Bluetooth Device

    Select “MHC-V11” on the Pairing this system with display of the BLUETOOTH a BLUETOOTH device device. Note Pairing is an operation where If passkey is required on the BLUETOOTH BLUETOOTH devices register with each device, enter “0000.” “Passkey” may other beforehand. Once a pairing be called “Passcode,”...
  • Page 23: Listening To Music On A Bluetooth Device

    To terminate the BLUETOOTH Listening to music on a connection BLUETOOTH device Press OPTIONS. Press / repeatedly to select You can operate a BLUETOOTH device “DISCONNECT,” then press by connecting the system and the BLUETOOTH device using AVRCP. Depending on the BLUETOOTH device, Check the following before playing the BLUETOOTH connection may be music:...
  • Page 24: Playing Back With High Quality Sound Codec (aac/ldacâ„¢)

    Touch the mobile device, such Playing back with high as a smartphone or tablet, to quality sound codec the N-Mark on the unit until the mobile device vibrates. (AAC/LDAC™) This system can receive data in the AAC or LDAC codec format from a BLUETOOTH device.
  • Page 25: Setting The Bluetooth Standby Mode

    Turning on or off the LDAC is an audio coding technology developed by Sony, BLUETOOTH signal that enables the transmission of High-Resolution (Hi-Res) Audio content, even over a You can connect to the system BLUETOOTH connection. Unlike from a paired BLUETOOTH device other BLUETOOTH compatible in all functions when the system’s...
  • Page 26: Using "songpal" Via Bluetooth

    Using “SongPal” via Sound Adjustment BLUETOOTH Adjusting the sound About App Do this Adjust the Press VOL +/–. volume Generate Press MEGA BASS You can control the system using the a more repeatedly until free App “SongPal,” which is available dynamic “BASS ON”...
  • Page 27: Creating A Party Atmosphere (dj Effect)

    Creating a party atmosphere (DJ EFFECT) Use the buttons on the unit to perform this operation. Press the following button to select the effect type. • FLANGER: Creates a deep flanging effect that is similar to the roar of a jet plane. •...
  • Page 28: Other Operations

    Other Operations Using the Party Chain function You can connect multiple audio systems in a chain to create a more interesting party environment and to produce higher sound output. An activated system in the chain will be the “Party Host” and share the music. Other systems will become “Party Guests”...
  • Page 29  If one of the systems is not equipped with the Party Chain function Example: When connecting using this system as the first system Continue the connection until the last system. Last system* First system Second system * Connect the system which is not equipped with the Party Chain function at the last system. Be sure to select the Audio In function on this last system.
  • Page 30: Singing Along: Karaoke

    To select a new Party Host Enjoying the Party Chain Repeat step 3 of “Enjoying the Party Chain” on the system to be used as a Plug in the AC power cord new Party Host. The current Party Host and turn on all the systems. becomes Party Guest automatically.
  • Page 31: Enjoying Music With The Speaker Lights Turned On

    Start playing the music Enjoying music with the and adjust the microphone Speaker Lights turned on volume. Press MIC ECHO repeatedly to adjust the echo effect. Press SPEAKER LIGHT. The Speaker Lights are turned on. Start singing along with the music.
  • Page 32: Changing Information On The Display

    Changing information on Deactivating the buttons the display on the unit (Child Lock) You can view information, such as You can deactivate the buttons on the unit (except ) to prevent track number, file/folder name, album name and artist name. misoperation, such as child mischief.
  • Page 33: Additional Information

    If a problem occurs while operating the system, follow the steps described compatible devices below before consulting your nearest Sony dealer. If an error message appears, be sure to make a note of the About supported USB devices contents for reference.
  • Page 34 • Adjust the microphone volume level. “LOCKED” appears on the display. • Make sure the microphone is • Consult your nearest Sony dealer or connected to the MIC 1 or MIC 2 jack local authorized Sony service facility. on the unit correctly.
  • Page 35 —Playback is not possible. problem with the USB device. If this —The sound skips. display pattern persists, contact your —There is noise. nearest Sony dealer. —A distorted sound is output. Erroneous display There is no sound. • Characters that cannot be displayed •...
  • Page 36 Transferring results in an error. Playback does not start from the first file. • You are using an unsupported USB device. See “Information about • Set the play mode to normal play compatible devices” (page 33). mode (page 20). • The USB device is not formatted •...
  • Page 37: The Display

    The BLUETOOTH device cannot detect Party Chain the system, or “BT OFF” appears on Party Chain function cannot be the display. activated. • Set the BLUETOOTH signal to “BT ON” • Check the connections (page 28). (page 25). • Make sure the audio cords are Connection is not possible.
  • Page 38: Precautions

    Messages Precautions One of the following messages may Discs that this system CAN play appear or flash on the display during • Audio CD operation. • CD-R/CD-RW (audio data/MP3 files) DISC ERR Discs that this system CANNOT play You have loaded a disc that cannot be •...
  • Page 39 BLUETOOTH technology. • Sony cannot be held liable in any way for damages or other loss resulting from information leaks during communication using BLUETOOTH technology.
  • Page 40: Specifications

    • BLUETOOTH devices connected with this Specifications system must comply with the BLUETOOTH specification prescribed by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and must be certified to comply. AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS However, even when a device complies with the BLUETOOTH specification, there POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC may be cases where the characteristics or DISTORTION:...
  • Page 41: Usb Section

    Disc player section BLUETOOTH section System: Communication system: Compact disc and digital audio BLUETOOTH Standard version 3.0 system Output: Laser Diode Properties BLUETOOTH Standard Power Class 2 Emission Duration: Continuous Maximum communication range: Laser Output*: Less than 44.6µW Line of sight approx. 10 m (33 feet) * This output is the value Frequency band: measurement at a distance of...
  • Page 42: License And Trademark Notice

    10 kg (22 lb 1 oz) logos are registered trademarks Quantity of the system: owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and 1 piece any use of such marks by Sony Supplied accessories: Corporation is under license. Other Remote control (1) trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
  • Page 43 • Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. • “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been...
  • Page 44 ©2016 Sony Corporation Printed in China 4-582-493-21(1)

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  • julie inder Jan 16, 2018 05:12:
    can i pair up via bluetooth my sony mhc-v11 with sony wireless speaker srs-xb20 thankyou