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Supplied Accessories - Yamaha PDX-31 Owner's Manual

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INTRODUCTION
Symbols Used in this Document
: indicates a tip for your operation.
: contain important information about safety and
N o t e
operating instructions.

Supplied Accessories

Please confirm that the following accessories are included
before using the unit.
The identifiers "
" shown here refer to the identifiers
used in the Quick Manual. Refer to the Quick Manual.
Remote control [
] ...............................................................
AC adaptor [
] .....................................................................
Power cable [
] ....................................................................
No t e
Connect the AC adaptor and power cable to the unit before
connecting the power cable to a wall outlet.
Owner's Manual (this manual) ...............................................
Quick Manual .........................................................................
CONTROLS AND OPERATIONS
The identifiers (
,
, etc.) shown here refer to the identifiers used in the Quick Manual. Refer to the Quick Manual.
iPod Dock
Connects an iPhone/iPod to the unit. When the iPhone/iPod is connected, the unit turns on and begins charging the iPhone/iPod's
battery.
To listen to music through the unit's speakers, begin playback on the iPhone/iPod.
The iPhone/iPod can be connected or disconnected anytime. When the iPhone/iPod is disconnected from the unit, the unit
remembers the volume level. When the iPhone/iPod is connected again, the volume is set at the same level.
N o t e s
Be sure to use a Dock adapter that is compatible with your iPhone/iPod.
If you do not use an adapter or if the adapter is not compatible, the connection could be loose or poor, which could cause
damage or malfunctions.
The iPhone/iPod may not be set in the iPod dock securely if it is in its protective case.
AUX
Connects an external device to the unit. When the external device is connected, the unit turns on.
To listen to music through the unit's speakers, begin playback on the external device.
To connect an external device to the unit, use a commercially available 3.5 mm (1/8 in) stereo mini plug cable.
No t e
When disconnecting the external device, be sure to remove the cable from AUX. Otherwise, the unit will remain on while the
cable is connected.
/
(Volume keys)
Adjust the volume level.
If the volume was set at a high level when the iPhone/iPod or external device was disconnected, the volume may be lowered
automatically when playback begins.
When the AC adaptor is disconnected, the volume level will be reset to the default volume level.
15V
(AC Adaptor)
Connects the AC adaptor to the unit.
Status Indicators (LEDs)
Indicate the status of the unit and a connected iPhone/iPod. The status of a connected external device is not indicated.
Green status indicator: The unit is turned on and operating normally.
Red status indicator: An error has occurred or the volume has reached its maximum or minimum level.
LED
Green
Red
An iPhone/iPod is connected.
The volume level has been adjusted using the iPhone/iPod or unit's volume keys, or a
signal has been received from the remote control.
Once
Connection in progress, please wait.
Continuously
30 seconds have passed since the iPhone/iPod was paused.
The unit's volume has reached the maximum or minimum level when an iPhone/iPod is
connected to the iPod Dock.
Once
The unit's volume has reached the maximum or minimum level when an external device is
connected to AUX.
Once
Once
The connected iPod is not supported.
Refer to "TROUBLESHOOTING" for the proper remedy.
2 sec.
Connection failed.
Refer to "TROUBLESHOOTING" for the proper remedy.
Continuously
An error occurred and the unit's protection circuitry has been activated.
Refer to "TROUBLESHOOTING" for the proper remedy.
Continuously
...Lit
...Flashing
...Off
Replacing the Remote Control Battery
When It Is Exhausted
While pushing
the release tab in
direction A, slide out
the battery holder in
direction B.
1
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1
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1
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Back
Battery
CR2025
1
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1
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Status
AVAILAbLE OPERATIONS
The operations that can be controlled for the connected iPhone/iPod and external device are indicated by
available).
Connected device
iPhone/iPod
Operated device
Volume Control
The Unit
*1
iPhone/iPod
*1
External Device
Remote Control
*3
*1
*1
When an iPhone/iPod and external device are connected and playing at the same time, the volume levels of both the iPhone/iPod
and external device will be adjusted.
*2
To adjust the volume level of the external device independently when an iPhone/iPod and external device are connected and
playing at the same time, adjust the volume level at the external device.
For information about using the remote control, refer to the Quick Manual.
*3
TROUbLESHOOTINg
Refer to the table below if the unit does not operate properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below, or if the
instruction below does not help, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
Problem
No sound.
The iPhone/iPod is not connected
securely.
The external device is not connected
securely.
The unit is not turned on.
The volume is turned down.
The protection circuitry has been
activated by excessive volume.
Cannot change the unit's volume
The connected iPod is not supported,
by changing the iPhone/iPod's
or the iPhone/iPod is not connected
volume.
securely.
The iPhone/iPod display does not
change by pressing the remote
control's volume keys.
The iPhone/iPod cannot be
controlled using the remote
control.
The external device cannot be
When playing an external device, only
controlled using the remote
the volume can be changed using the
control.
remote control.
The remote control cannot be
The remote control is out of operation
used.
range.
The battery is exhausted or was not
inserted correctly.
The insulation sheet has not been
removed.
The green status indicator is lit,
Connection failed.
and the red status indicator is
flashing.
The green status indicator is off,
An error occurred and the unit's
and the red status indicator is
protection circuitry has been activated.
flashing continuously.
SPECIFICATIONS
Supported iPhone ...................................................................................................................................iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS
Supported iPod ..............................................................................................iPod (5th generation), iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod touch
AUX input connector ....................................................................................................STEREO L/R: 3.5 mm (1/8 in) stereo mini jack
Maximum output power per channel (6 Ω 1 kHz, 10% THD) ........................................................................................... 15 W + 15 W
Power supply
U.S.A. and Canada models. ...................................................................................................................................AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Other models ......................................................................................................................................... AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption .......................................................................................................................................................................... 10 W
Power consumption without connecting iPhone/iPod or external device ........................................................................ less than 0.5 W
AC adaptor .................................................................................................................................... NU40-8150266-I3 (DC 15 V, 2.66 A)
Dimensions (W
D
H) .....................................................................................................................................350
Î
Î
Weight (without accessories) ............................................................................................................................................1.7 kg (3.7 lbs)
* To play an unsupported iPod, such as a 4th generation (or earlier) iPod, iPod shuffle, iPod photo, and iPod mini, connect the iPod
to AUX and use it as an external device.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
(available) or
External Device
Other Operations
Volume Control
Other Operations
*1
*1
*2
*1
Cause
Remedy
Connect the iPhone/iPod securely.
Connect the 3.5 mm (1/8 in) stereo
mini plug cable securely to the unit and
external device.
Connect the AC adaptor and power cable
securely.
Turn up the volume.
Turn down the volume.
Use a supported iPod, or connect iPhone/
iPod securely.
Control all operations other than volume
control at the external device itself.
Use the remote control within its
operation range.
Refer to the Quick Manual for more
information.
Replace the battery and insert it
correctly.
Refer to "Replacing the Remote Control
Battery When It Is Exhausted" for more
information.
Remove the insulation sheet. Refer to the
Quick Manual for more information.
Use a supported iPod.
Connect the iPhone/iPod securely.
Restart the iPhone/iPod.
Update the iPhone/iPod firmware to the
latest version.
Disconnect the AC adaptor, wait for a
while, and then connect the AC adaptor
again.
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(not
125
109 mm
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4-15/16
4-5/16 in)
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