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Sony cCFD-S20CP Operating Instructions Manual

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3-241-606-11 (1)
CD Radio
Cassette-Corder
Operating Instructions
CFD-S20CP
©2002 Sony Corporation

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    3-241-606-11 (1) CD Radio Cassette-Corder Operating Instructions CFD-S20CP ©2002 Sony Corporation...

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    The model number is located at the bottom and the serial number is located in the battery compartment. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. CFD-S20CP Serial No.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Basic Operations Playing an audio CD or MP3 files ... 4 Listening to the radio ... 8 Playing a tape ... 10 Recording on a tape ... 12 The CD Player Using the display ... 14 Locating a specific track ... 15 Playing tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play) ...

  • Page 4: Playing An Audio Cd Or Mp3 Files

    Basic Operations Playing an audio CD or MP3 files 2, 3 Connect the supplied AC power cord (see page 23). Press CD. Press Z PUSH OPEN/CLOSE down to open the CD compartment and place the CD on the CD compartment until it clicks into place.

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    Press u (N on the remote). The player plays all the tracks once. To play a CD with MP3 files, see page 6. Playback starts from the track you last stopped playing (Resume play). During stop, the track number to be played are displayed.

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    Playing an audio CD or MP3 files (continued) Note Before playing a file, this player reads all file and folder information on the CD. Depending on the file structure, it may take more than a minute to read them. During this time, “Reading” is displayed.

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    Notes • A folder that does not include an MP3 file is skipped. • Maximum number of folders: 255 Maximum number of files: • Folder names and file names can be displayed with up to 64 characters. • The characters A - Z, a - z, 0 - 9, and _ can be displayed on this player.

  • Page 8: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the radio RADIO BAND AUTO PRESET Connect the supplied AC power cord (see page 23). Press RADIO BAND•AUTO PRESET until the band you want appears in the display. Hold down TUNE + or – until the frequency digits begin to change in the display.

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    If the FM broadcast is noisy, press MODE until “Mono” appears in the display and radio will play in monaural. Use these buttons for additional operations Press adjust the volume VOL +*, – turn on/off the radio POWER *VOL + has a tactile dot. To improve broadcast reception Reorient the antenna for FM.

  • Page 10: Playing A Tape

    Playing a tape TAPE Connect the supplied AC power cord (see page 23). Press TAPE. Press xZ to open the tape compartment and insert a recorded tape. Use TYPE I (normal) tape only. Close the compartment. Press n. The player starts playing. With the side you want to play facing you Display...

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    Use these buttons for additional operations Press adjust the volume VOL +*, – stop playback fast-forward or rewind m or M pause playback Press the button again to resume play after pause. eject the cassette turn on/off the player POWER *VOL + and n has a tactile dot.

  • Page 12: Recording On A Tape

    Recording on a tape RADIO BAND AUTO PRESET Connect the supplied AC power cord (see page 23). Press xZ to open the tape compartment and insert a blank tape. Use TYPE I (normal) tape only. Close the compartment. Select the program source you want to record.

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    Press z to start recording (n is depressed automatically). Tips • Adjusting the volume or the audio emphasis (see page 21) will not affect the recording level. • If the AM program makes a whistling sound after you’ve pressed z in step 3, press MODE to select the position of ISS (Interference Suppress...

  • Page 14: The Cd Player Using The Display

    The CD Player Using the display You can check information about the CD using the display. Checking the information of an audio CD To check the total track number and playing time of the CD While the CD is stopped, you can check them in the display.

  • Page 15: Locating A Specific Track

    Locating a specific track You can quickly locate any track on a CD using the number buttons. You can also find a specific point in a track while playing a CD. ., > Number buttons To locate Press a specific track the number button of the track directly >...

  • Page 16: Playing Tracks Repeatedly (repeat Play)

    Playing tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play) You can play tracks repeatedly in normal, shuffle or program play modes. MODE REPEAT Number buttons Press CD. “CD” appears in the display. Proceed as follows. To repeat Do this a single 1 Press REPEAT until “REP 1”...

  • Page 17: Playing Tracks In Random Order (shuffle Play)

    Playing tracks in random order (Shuffle Play) You can play tracks in random order. MODE Press CD. “CD” appears in the display. Press MODE until “SHUF” appears in the display. Press u to start Shuffle Play. To cancel Shuffle Play Stop playing first.

  • Page 18: Program Play

    Creating your own program (Program Play) Press . or >, FOLDER + or – then press DISPLAY•ENT•MEMORY for the tracks or files* you want to program in the order you want. *folders for Program Folder Play. Playing order Programed track Playing order Programed...

  • Page 19: The Radio

    The Radio Presetting radio stations You can store radio stations into the player’s memory. You can preset up to 30 radio stations, 20 for FM and 10 for AM in any order. DISPLAY RADIO BAND AUTO PRESET MEMORY Number buttons Press RADIO BAND•AUTO PRESET to select the band.

  • Page 20: Playing Preset Radio Stations

    Playing preset radio stations Once you’ve preset the stations, use the number buttons to tune in your favorite stations. RADIO BAND AUTO PRESET Number buttons Press RADIO BAND•AUTO PRESET to select the band. Press the number buttons to tune in the stored station.

  • Page 21: The Audio Emphasis Adjusting The Sound Emphasis

    The Audio Emphasis Adjusting the sound emphasis You can adjust the audio emphasis of the sound you are listening to. SOUND Selecting the sound characteristic Press SOUND repeatedly to select the audio emphasis you want. Choose To get powerful, clean sounds, emphasizing low and high range audio light, bright sounds emphasizing...

  • Page 22: The Timer

    The Timer Falling asleep to music You can set the player to turn off automatically after 10, 20, 30, 60, 90 and 120 minutes, allowing you to fall asleep while listening to music. SLEEP Play the music source you want. Press SLEEP to display “SLEEP.”...

  • Page 23: Setting Up

    Setting Up Choosing the power sources You can use the AC power or batteries as a power source. Battery compartment Connecting the AC power cord Insert one end of the supplied AC power cord to the AC IN socket located at the rear of the player, and the other end to the wall outlet.

  • Page 24: Additional Information Precautions

    • If the player has not been used for a long time, set it in the playback mode to warm it up for a few minutes before inserting a cassette. If you have any questions or problems concerning your player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

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    Notes on CDs • Before playing, clean the CD with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the CD from the center out. • Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs. • Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as there can be a considerable rise in...

  • Page 26: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting General The power is not on. • Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet securely. • Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly. • You cannot turn on the player with the remote when you operate the player on batteries.

  • Page 27: Tape Player

    After trying the above remedies, if you still have problems, unplug the AC power cord and remove all the batteries. After all the indications in the display disappear, plug the AC power cord and insert the batteries again. If the problem persists, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

  • Page 28: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the lens If the lens becomes dirty, it may cause a skipping of sound during CD operation. Clean with a commercially available blower. Cleaning the tape heads and tape path Wipe the heads, the pinch roller and the capstan with a cleaning swab slightly moistened with cleaning fluid or alcohol after every 10 hours of operation for...

  • Page 29: Specifications

    AM: Built-in ferrite bar antenna Cassette-corder section Recording system 4-track 2 channel stereo Fast winding time Approx. 120 s (sec.) with Sony cassette C-60 Frequency response TYPE I (normal): 80 - 10 000 Hz General Speaker Full range: 10 cm (4 in.) dia., 3.2 , cone type (2)

  • Page 30: About "mp3

    About “MP3” What is the MP3? 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.

  • Page 31: Index

    Index Audio emphasis 21 Batteries for player 23 for remote 23 CD player 4 Choosing power sources 23 Cleaning cabinet 28 lens 28 tape heads and tape path Connecting AC power cord 23 Creating your own program 17 D, E, F, G, H Demagnetizing the tape heads Display 14 I, J, K...

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