Sony CDU711 User Manual

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CD-ROM Drive Unit
User's Guide
©1997 by Sony Corporation
Printed in Japan
CD-ROM Drive Unit
User's Guide


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  • Page 1 CDU711 CD-ROM Drive Unit User’s Guide ©1997 by Sony Corporation Printed in Japan CDU711 CD-ROM Drive Unit User’s Guide 3-861-825-11(1)
  • Page 2 The use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This unit uses CD-ROM discs with the following mark. When you use this unit as an audio CD player, use compact discs with the following mark. CAUTION INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
  • Page 3 LASER PRODUCT. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the top of the drive. Bei diesem CD-ROM-Laufwerk CDU711 handelt es sich um ein Laser-Produkt der Klasse 1. Ein entsprechender Aufkleber mit der Beschriftung LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT befindet sich auf der...
  • Page 4 Trademarks • MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. • IBM PC, PC/XT, and PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. • HP Vectra is a registered trademark of the Hewlett-Packard Company. • Molex is a registered trademark of Molex, Inc. •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Features ... 6 Software Requirement ... 7 Example of System Setup ... 7 Location and Function of Parts and Controls Front Panel ... 8 Rear Panel ... 9 Precautions Installing the Drive in Your Computer Preparation ... 11 Setting the Jumpers ...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    • Equipped with audio line output and headphones jack for audio CD playback. Note: The CDU711 is not equipped with an ADPCM audio cir required to support CD-ROM XA and CD-I compatible audio modes. In addition, the unit does not support the CD-I graphic decoding function;...
  • Page 7: Software Requirement

    Software Requirement To access data on CD-R MSCDEX (supplied with the host adapter) must be installed in your computer when the OS is MS-DOS/Windo that comes with the host adapter for details. The application software you need for using the data on a CD-ROM disc depends on the type and f manual supplied with your CD-ROM disc for instructions.
  • Page 8: Location And Function Of Parts And Controls

    Location and Function of Parts and Controls Front Panel 1 Disc drawer Accepts a CD-ROM disc on its tray. 2 Headphones jack Accepts a stereo headphones set. Analog audio signals are output. 3 Volume control Controls the volume level of sound output from the headphones jack 2 .
  • Page 9: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel 1 Unused 2 ANALOG AUDIO connector Outputs analog audio signals. 3 Configuration Jumpers See page 12 for details. 4 INTERFACE CONNECTOR (IDE bus) Connect to IDE host adapter using a connecting cable. 5 DC INPUT (power-in) connector Connect to the power supply of the host computer. 1 2 3 Location and Function of Parts and Controls Pin 1...
  • Page 10: Precautions

    Precautions Installation • Avoid placing the drive in a location subject to: – high humidity – high temperature – excessive dust – mechanical vibration – direct sunlight • Do not force the power cable. It is keyed to protect the drive. Operation •...
  • Page 11: Installing The Drive In Your Computer

    This section provides an example of instruction for installing the CD-ROM drive unit into your personal computer using the IDE Host Adaptor (A TA-Compliant). To connect the CDU711 directl PC manufacturer for instruction. Preparation Y ou need the f ollo wing par ts and tools (these are not supplied with the drive): •...
  • Page 12: Setting The Jumpers

    IDE Card, set the Hard Disk Drive as MASTER and the CDU711 as SLAVE. • If the CDU711 is the only device connected to the IDE Card, set the CDU711 as MASTER. However, it should be noted that some per CSEL in lieu of the f oresaid MASTER/SLA VE selection.
  • Page 13: Opening The Computer

    Opening the Computer If your computer has its rear side covered by a plastic panel attached with plastic hook pad, pull it off. Computer Remove the cover mounting screws. Remove the cover of the computer. Rear plastic panel Remove the computer cover. Installing the Drive Unit into the Computer Remove the plastic panel.
  • Page 14: Preparing A Space For The Drive

    Preparing a Space for the Drive Remove the screws and brackets securing the floppy disk drive and the lower drive bay blanking plate. Remove the screws and brackets. Disconnect the floppy disk drive. Remove the floppy disk drive and the blanking plate. Installing the Drive Unit into the Computer Floppy disk drive Lower dirve bay...
  • Page 15: Mounting The Drive

    Mounting the Drive If mounting rails are necessar y, attac h them to the drive in the same way as your floppy disk drive and slide the drive into the lower drive ba y. If mounting rails are not required in y our system, scre w the drive in place.
  • Page 16: Connecting The Drive

    Connecting the Drive Connect the drive to the computer with the f • DC INPUT connector • AUDIO OUT connector (if you plan to connect audio equipment) • INTERFACE CONNECTOR. DC INPUT connector The pin assignment is as follows. After matching the beveled edges, insert the plug of the power supply cable to the DC INPUT connector and push it firmly in place.
  • Page 17 AUDIO OUT connector The pin assignment is as f INTERFACE CONNECTOR Firmly insert one end of the interface cable into the INTER- FACE CONNECTOR. Attach the other end of the cable to the host adapter. Host adapter ollo ws: INTERFACE CONNECTOR INTERFACE cable Installing the Drive Unit into the Computer...
  • Page 18: Mounting The Host Adapter

    Mounting the Host Adapter Install the host adapter in one of the available system expansion slots of y our computer . Ref er to the operating instructions inc with the host adapter for complete instructions on installation and settings. Installing the Drive Unit into the Computer luded Install the host adapter in one of the expansion slots.
  • Page 19: Reassembling The Computer

    Reassembling the Computer Reinstall the floppy disk drive in the top drive bay. Reinstall the floppy disk drive. Reconnect the interface cables to the floppy disk drive. Fasten the screws and front brackets as they were before. Tuck the cables behind the drives so that they do not protrude above the power supply module.
  • Page 20: Installing The Software Driver

    • Device driver for MS-DOS/Windows 3.1 Note: Both Microsoft CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) or equivalent and Son y’s De vice Driver are required to run the CDU711 under the MS-DOS and Windo ws 3.1 en vironment. Therefore, prior to loading the installation diskette, make sure that the MSCDEX is in the DOS directory of your hard disk drive (C:\DOS).
  • Page 21: Operating The Drive

    Operating the Drive This section describes how to start the drive and eject a disc. Starting the Drive Turn on the power of your computer. Press the eject button. The drawer comes out automatically. Place a disc in the drawer with its label side up. Place a disc with its label side up.
  • Page 22 Note: When the drive is set up in vertical position, use the disc locks to prevent your disc from falling. See “How to Use the Disc Locks” on page 24 for details. Disc locks Gently push the drawer or press the eject button to close the drawer.
  • Page 23: Ejecting The Disc

    Ejecting the Disc To eject the disc, dra wer comes out automaticall Note: The eject button does not work if it is disabled by: – the software you are using Opening the drawer manually in an emergency Y ou can open the dra means of the eject b the procedure below: Turn off the power of your computer.
  • Page 24: How To Use The Disc Locks

    How to Use the Disc Locks The disc tray has four disc locks that prevent the disc from falling when the drive is set up in vertical position. Note: When the drive is used in horizontal position, you do not need to lock the disc.
  • Page 25 When the drive’s right side is down To facilitate disc handling, loc ked position, and lea ve the disc loc When the drive’s left side is down To facilitate disc handling, locked position, and leave the disc lock B in the unlocked position. Top side Left side set the disc loc...
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Specifications General Host interface Disc Acceptable discs Rotational speed Drive performance Data transfer rate Sustained rate Burst rate Access time (Random str oke) Reliability Read err or rate (inc ludes retr y, with a standar L-EC on L-EC off Audio Output level Line out Headphone...
  • Page 27: Environmental Conditions

    Environmental conditions Operating Temperature Humidity Atmosphere Non-operating/Storage Temperature Humidity Atmosphere Dimensions and mass Dimensions Mass Power requirement V olta ge Current Connectors INTERFACE CONNECT OR (with DC INPUT connector) AUDIO OUT connector Laser Type Wave length Output power Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 5 C to 50 C (41 F to 122 F) 10 % to 90 % (Max wet bulb 29 Non-condensing...
  • Page 28 Dimension diagram Important: The o verhang of the scre ws should not e xceed 6.0 mm fr om the surface of the side panels or the bottom plate. 42.3 47.5 79.25 Unit mm(inch) Specifications...

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