You can listen to CDs through a stereo system
and record CDs on a MiniDisc or a cassette
tape. See the instruction manual that comes
with the device you want to connect.
Be sure to turn off all devices before making
the connections and changing the settings
MiniDisc recorder, AV
ampliﬁer, active speaker,
cassette recorder, etc.
You need to change the setting for "AUDIO
OUT" in the OPTION menu so that sound is
output to the connected device. The settings
of "AUDIO OUT" are shown below. To make
those settings, see page 26, 28.
Device connected using
the connecting cord
When you connect another device, set this
to "LINE OUT." When the setting is "LINE
OUT," volume cannot be adjusted using
either the player or the remote, and the sound
function does not work.
* When you connect another device using the optical
digital connecting cord, you do not have to make
those settings. The setting changes automatically.
• Before you play a CD, turn down the volume
of the connected device to avoid damaging the
• Use the AC power adaptor for recording. If you
use the rechargeable battery or a dry battery as a
power source, the battery may become completely
depleted in the middle of recording.
• This CD player uses the Serial Copy Management
System, which allows only ﬁrst generation digital
copies to be made.
• When playing an ATRAC CD/MP3 CD, optical
digital signals are not output from the
OUT (OPTICAL) jack. When recording or playing
an ATRAC CD/MP3 CD using a connected device,
use only an analog connecting cord.
• When using an optical digital connecting cord,
make sure that the CD player is paused before you
start to record a CD on a MiniDisc, DAT, etc.
• To record high quality CD sound, set
"G-PRO (G-PROTECTION)" to "1" in the