放送を録音する 本機を接続ケーブルでカセットレコーダーとつなぎ、放送を録音するこ とができます。 MIC IN または LINE IN へ 接続ケーブル （別売り） を使って、本機とカセットレコーダー をつなぐ。 カセットレコーダーに合った接続ケーブルをお使いください。 カセットレコーダー タイプ 接続ジャック モノラル MIC IN （ミニジャック） MIC IN （ミニジャック） ステレオ LINE IN （ミニジャック） LINE IN （ピンジャック） 録音したいラジオ番組を受信する。 お好みに合わせて、TONE切り換えスイッチをNEWSまたは MUSICに合わせてください。 テープレコーダーを録音状態にする。 ステレオのテープレコーダーで録音したとき モノラルで両方のチャンネルに録音されます。FM放送をステレオで録音 する場合には、必ず i 端子にヘッドホンを差し込んでください。差し込 まないで録音すると、モノラルで両方のチャンネルに録音されます。...
• Sleep timer The sleep timer will automatically turn off the radio so that you can fall asleep listening to the radio without worry. You can select the time for the sleep timer to activate from 60 min., 45 min., 30 min., and 15 min.
Receiving SSB and CW transmissions** ... 26 Adjusting for optimum AM reception — Synchronous detection ... 27 Using the timer Waking up to the radio or alarm — Standby function ... 28 Falling asleep listening to the radio — Sleep timer function ... 31 Other convenient uses Preventing operation errors —...
B Introduction Location of parts and controls Refer to the pages in the parentheses for details. Front 1 AM EXT ANT (AM external antenna) jack (35) (With the exception of the Chinese model) 2 ATT (attenuator) control (21) 3 ATT (attenuator) ON/ OFF switch (21) 4 LINE OUT (recording output) jack (33)
Rear qa SSB FINE TUNE control (26) (Japanese, Chinese and World models only.) qs LSB/USB selector (26, 27) qd AM MODE selector (26, 27) qf TONE selector (33) qg VOLUME control qh Telescopic antenna Always pull out the base of the antenna before use. Furthermore, do not use unnecessary force when storing the antenna.
22, 23, 24) qa DISPLAY, EXE button (13, 15, 16) Press to switch to clock display while operating the radio. Press again to return to the previous display. If you do not press the button, the display will return to the previous condition in about 10 seconds.
7 SLEEP indicator (31) Appears when the sleep timer is in effect. 8 STANDBY STANDBY indicators (28, 29, 30) Light up when the standby timer is set. 9 PAGE number display Appears constantly when the radio is on. 0 Time/frequency display Introduction...
B Power sources Operating on batteries To operate the unit on external power sources, see “Operating on AC power adaptor” (page 10). To operate the unit on a car battery, see “Operating on car battery” (page 10). Slide and open the battery compartment lid. Insert four R6 (size AA) batteries in the battery compartment.
Otherwise, the clock setting will be cleared. In this case, set the time again. Preset stations, the time set by standby function and the time difference between your local time and the UTC are not erased. Battery life Sony LR6 alkaline (size AA) approx. 47 hours approx. 34 hours MW/LW approx.
•Always hold the plug when disconnecting the power cord. Do not pull the cord itself. •Disconnect the AC power adaptor from the wall outlet and radio when the unit is not to be used for a long period of time.
If the radio is turned on, press POWER ON/OFF to turn it off. Note You cannot set the clock when the radio is turned on. Hold down LOCAL TIME SET and press K – or + k to choose the time difference between your local time and the UTC.
“ : ” starts flashing and the clock starts running. To switch to clock display while the radio is turned on Press EXE. The display returns to the previous condition automatically after about 10 seconds or when EXE is pressed again.
You can display the time for any other area in the world (WORLD time). Press WORLD TIME. If the radio is turned on, press EXE to display the clock before pressing WORLD TIME. Press K – or + k to display the time difference with the UTC for the city (area) you want to see.
Finding out the time in other areas of the world (continued) Time difference between local time and UTC The table shows the time difference with the UTC for each area. “+1:00” indicates one hour ahead of UTC and “–1:00” indicates one hour behind UTC.
Area North and South American countries Other countries Press POWER ON/OFF to turn off the radio. Press DIRECT. Perform Step 3 within 10 seconds. Otherwise, the unit will return to the condition prior to Step 2. In this case, repeat from Step 2. In addition, perform steps after Step 3 within 10 seconds as well.
If you know the frequency of the station you want to listen to, you can use the number buttons for quick and accurate tuning. Press POWER ON/OFF to turn on the radio. Press FM/AM to select either band. To listen to SW (short wave), MW (medium wave) or LW (long wave) broadcasts, select AM.
You will hear two short beeps and the display will return to the frequency you are currently listening. Check the frequency and repeat from Step 3. To turn off the radio Press POWER ON/OFF. Tips • You can use the stereo headphones to enjoy FM stereo broadcasts.
— Manual tuning Use – ?K, k? + or K – , + k to change the frequency. Press POWER ON/OFF to turn on the radio. Press FM/AM to select either band. To listen to SW, MW or LW broadcasts, select AM.
15 000–15 900 19 meter band 17 450–18 000 16 meter band 18 850–19 100 15 meter band 21 450–21 950 13 meter band 25 600–26 100 11 meter band 76.00–108.00 (87.50–108.00) Listening to the radio — — — —...
Searching the station automatically — Auto scan tuning Press POWER ON/OFF to turn on the radio. Press FM/AM to select either band. To listen to SW, MW or LW broadcasts, select AM. For AM bands, hold down AM BAND and press – ?K or k? + to select MW (medium wave), LW (long wave) or meter band (short wave).
If the ATT control is turned too much toward MAX, the unit will not stop at any weaker signals at all. Set the ATT switch to OFF if you do not need to use the attenuator. Listening to the radio...
Frequencies may already be preset in the memory at the time of purchase. In this case, erase or change the unnecessary stations. Press POWER ON/OFF to turn on the radio. Tune in to the station you want to preset. For details concerning tuning, see Direct tuning (page 16), Manual tuning (page 18) or Auto scan tuning (page 20).
Press the number button (0 to 9) of the desired preset station. The radio will tune in to the station assigned to the button. If no station is preset Two short beeps are sounded when the button is pressed (0 to 9) and after “- - - -“...
Press POWER ON/OFF to turn on the radio. Press PAGE and press the number button (0 to 9) of the page to scan.
Due to this, the unit may not be able to tune in to the station outside the broadcast hours, or the unit may tune in to another station such as the local station of your area, etc. Listening to the radio...
You can fine tune the received frequency in a range of about ±1.5 kHz. During this time, the frequency display will not change. For more information on SSB and CW, refer to “Tips on radio waves”, page 41. Listening to the radio...
SYNCLOCK indicator will appear when the synchronous detection circuit is locked. For more information on synchronous detection, see “Tips on radio waves”, page 41. Note SYNCLOCK indicator may not appear when the received signal is weak and synchronous detection does not take effect.
— Standby function Waking up to the radio You can wake up to your favorite radio program using the standby function. You can preset different frequencies and standby times to STANDBY MEMORY To wake up to the alarm, see “Waking up to the alarm”, page 30.
“-” is cleared from the display (see “Preventing operation errors – Hold function”, page 32). • Once the standby presets are set, the radio turns on at the preset time everyday unless the standby function is canceled by clearing...
Notes • The alarm volume cannot be adjusted with the VOLUME control. • If the standby time is reached when listening to the radio, the radio is turned off and switched to the clock display, and the alarm is sounded.
Falling asleep listening to the radio — Sleep timer function You can go to sleep while listening to the radio. The radio will automatically turn off after the set time (60 minutes, 45 minutes, 30 minutes or 15 minutes) has passed.
“-” disappears from the display. Tips When the hold function is activated while the radio is turned off, the standby timer function is temporarily canceled (see “Waking up to the radio or alarm – Standby function”, page 28). The standby timer can only be temporarily canceled when the radio is off.
Recording broadcasts You can record radio broadcasts by connecting the radio to a cassette recorder with a connecting cable. to MIC IN LINE IN Connect the radio to a cassette recorder with the optional connecting cable. Use the appropriate cable for the type of cassette recorder.
Using the supplied SW external antenna Although you can normally enjoy SW (short wave) broadcasts with the telescopic antenna, use the supplied SW antenna when the reception is bad such as when inside a steel building, etc., or when you want more stable reception.
102 or SW active antenna AN-LP1. Installation • Do not place the radio or antenna near fluorescent lighting, televisions, telephones, computers, etc., as this may cause noises to be heard. • Install the external antenna as far away as possible from roads.
B Additional information Precautions and maintenance On placement • Do not leave the unit near heat sources, such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, humidity, rain, mechanical vibration or shock. • Use the unit within a temperature range of 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F).
When taking your unit for service or repair, take note of important preset settings. They may be deleted depending on the type of necessary repair. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. Additional information...
Improper tuning or antenna adjustment. c Adjust tuning and antenna properly. Weak radio signal. c Listen to the radio near a window when in a vehicle or building. ATT switch is set to ON. c Set ATT switch to OFF (page 21).
Symptom Cause and remedies The radio does You forgot to press STANDBY MEMORY not turn on at the c Press STANDBY MEMORY standby time. The HOLD function is activated. c Slide HOLD switch in the direction opposite the arrow (to disappear “-”) (page 32).
Specifications Circuit system Frequency range Output Speaker Maximum output Power requirements External power source Dimensions Mass Supplied accessories Carrying case (1) Batteries (4) Stereo headphones (1) Ear pads (2) AC power adaptor (1) AC plug adaptor (1) Compact antenna AN-71 (1) Antenna connector (1) Wave Handbook (1) Short Wave Guide (1)
Tips on radio waves What is SSB (Single Side Band)? SSB is very popular among ham and business radio transmissions, and is commonly used in many amateur bands because of its superiority in signal intelligibility. Its impressive signal intelligibility is achieved with minimum interferences when compared to DSB (Double Side Band) owing to its half bandwidth structure.