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Hooking up the system
An optional AC power unit (AC-NW10/AC-NW50) is required
to hook up the system.
CDP-NW10
DVP-NW50
AC-NW10 AC power unit for CDP-NW10 (front) (optional)
AC-NW50 AC power unit for DVP-NW50 (front) (optional)
AC-NW10/AC-NW50 (rear) (optional)
Antenna hookup
You can tune in AM/FM stations using the Unit.
1 ANTENNA (AM/FM)
Connects the AM loop antenna to the AM terminal.
Connects the FM loop antenna to the FM 75 ohm COAXIAL
terminal.
Network hookup
You can connect Units to other Units or computers via a router
or a hub.
2 ETHERNET
Connects the Units to a router or a hub using a Ethernet cable.
Audio component hookup
You can listen to the sound from external audio equipment via
the Unit.
3 LINE (Analog) IN (L/R)
Connects the OUTPUT jacks (L/R) of the audio equipment to
the LINE IN (L/R) jacks of the Unit using audio cables (not
supplied).
IR IN/OUT hookup
You can control components with the remote in a wider range
by connecting the Unit and the component to IR IN/OUT.
4 IR IN
Connect IR IN of the Unit and IR OUT of a component, such as
a TV so that you can operate the Unit with the remote by
aiming it at the TV.
4 IR OUT
Connect IR OUT of the Unit and IR IN of a component, such as
a CD Changer, so that you can operate the DVD Changer with
the remote by aiming it at the Unit.
Video component hookup
Select one of the connection methods shown below, according
to the input jack on your TV monitor.
5 VIDEO OUT (DVP-NW50)
Connects the video input of a TV or a projector and the VIDEO
OUT jack of the Unit using a video cable.
6 S VIDEO OUT (DVP-NW50)
Connects the S VIDEO input of a TV or a projector and the S
VIDEO OUT jack of the Unit using a S VIDEO cable.
Note
Do not connect a VCR, etc., between your TV and the player. If you pass
the player signals via the VCR, you may not receive a clear image on a TV
screen. If your TV has only one video input jack, connect the player to this
jack.
Speaker hookup
Before connecting each of speaker cables to the Unit, you must
connect them to the supplied speaker connector. See
"Connecting speaker cables to the speaker connector."
7 SPEAKERS (CDP-NW10)
Connects speakers in a room using a speaker cable.
8 SPEAKERS (DVP-NW50)
a) SUB WOOFER/CENTER
Connects a sub woofer and a center speaker using a speaker
cable .
b) SUR R/SUR L
Connects surround speakers using speaker cables.
c) FRONT R/FRONT L
Connects front speakers using speaker cables.
Other hookup
9 DC IN for the CDP-NW10/
0 DC IN for the DVP-NW50
Connects the DC IN connector using the power supply cables
inserted to connect the AC power unit and a Unit.
qa DC OUT for the CDP-NW10/
qs DC OUT for the DVP-NW50
Connects the DC OUT connector using the power supply cables
inserted to connect the AC power unit and a Unit.
qd POWER
Turns the AC power units on.
qf AC IN
Plugs the AC power cord to the AC IN of the AC power unit.
Connecting speaker cables or power supply
cables to the connectors
You must connect the speaker cables from each of the speakers to
the proper speaker connector, then plug it into the SPEAKER
OUT terminal of the Unit. Also you must connect the power
supply cables to the DC IN connector, then plug it into the DC
OUT terminal of the AC power unit.
Speaker connector for CDP-NW10/DVP-NW50
Be sure to match the speaker cables to the appropriate terminal
on the connector: + to + and – to –. If a cable is reversed, the
sound may be distorted. Use an ordinary screwdriver to fasten
the screws.
CDP-NW10
Connect the
To the
Then, to the SPEAKER OUT
Speaker + (R)/ – (R)
A/B
7
Speaker + (L)/– (L)
C/D
7
DVP-NW50
Three speaker connectors are required for the DVP-NW50 since it
produces 5.1ch surround sound.
Connect the
To the
Then, to the SPEAKER OUT
Sub woofer +/Sub woofer –
8 a)
A/B
Center speaker + / –
8 a)
C/D
Surround speaker + (R)/ – (R)
A/B
8 b)
Surround speaker + (L)/– (L)
C/D
8 b)
Front speaker + (R)/ – (R)
A/B
8 c)
Front speaker + (L)/– (L)
C/D
8 c)
DC IN connector for the CDP-NW10/DVP-NW50
Use Sony's connecting cables for the required connections of the
Unit and AC power unit.
CDP-NW10
Connect the
(cable color) To the
Then, to the DC IN/OUT
GND
Black
A
9 / qa
14V
Yellow
B
9 / qa
GND
Blue
C
9 / qa
29.5V
Red
D
9 / qa
A B
C D
DVP-NW50
Connect the
(cable color) To the
Then, to the DC IN/OUT
GND
Black
a
0 / qs
14V
Yellow
b
0 / qs
GND
Brown
c
0 / qs
ND
Orange
d
0 / qs
16V
Blue
e
0 / qs
29.5
Red
f
0 / qs
a b c d e f
Mounting the Unit into the wall
Before connecting the cords and cables, make sure of the
following:
• Cords and cables to be connected to the Unit reach to the Unit
location.
• Turn off all of the components before making any connections.
• Do not connect the AC power cords until all of the connections
are completed.
• Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise.
1
Connect each of the cords and cables to the corresponding
connectors.
See "Hooking up the system" for details on the connections.
Make sure each of the cords and cables is connected securely.
2
When you have finished making all of the connections,
insert the bottom of the Unit onto the mounting bracket
first, then push the top of the Unit onto the bracket.
If the Unit does not slide into the mounting bracket, remove
the Unit from the bracket, then loosen or fasten the screws to
adjust the mounting bracket position.
Note
It is recommended that you test the system connection before
proceeding to step 3.
3
Fix the Unit onto the wall with the screws at the four
points as shown below.
4
Press the side panels in at both sides of the Unit until they
click.
To uninstall the Unit
1 Turn off the AC power unit, then disconnect the AC power
cord from the wall outlet.
2 Perform steps from 4 to 1 in "Mounting the Unit into the
wall."
3 Remove all the cables and the cords from the Unit and the
AC power unit.
4 Remove the mounting bracket from the pre-construction
bracket or the wall.
Connecting the AC power Unit
You can connect up to four Units (CDP-NW10), or one Unit
(DVP-NW50) to an AC power unit.
Before connecting the AC power cord of the AC power unit to a
wall outlet, connect all parts of the system to the Unit.
Note
After completing all the connections, make sure there are no mis-
connections or improper wiring before plugging the Unit into the
wall outlet. Improper wiring or mis-connections may cause the
Unit to be damaged.
1
Make sure all the power supply cables are inserted into
the proper DC IN/OUT connector.
2
Plug the DC IN/OUT connector into the DC OUT of the AC
power unit with the screw side facing up.
3
Plug the AC power cord into AC IN of the AC power Unit.
4
Plug the other end of the AC power cord into the wall
outlet.
5
When you have completed all the required settings, turn
on the AC power unit.
Setting up the Units
Preparing the remote
Insert two R06 (size-AA) batteries into the battery compartment
with the + and – correctly oriented to the markings. When using
the remote, point it at the IR sensor
on the Unit.
Notes
• Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about six months.
When the remote no longer operates the player, replace both batteries
with new ones.
• Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or a humid place.
• Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly
when replacing the batteries.
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not expose the IR sensor to direct sunlight or lighting equipment.
Doing so may cause a malfunction.
• If you do not intend to use the remote for an extended period of time,
remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and
corrosion.
You must also customize the following settings. Refer to the
"Setting up the Units" in Chapter 1 of the User's Manual.
• IP address
• Naming the Unit.
• Setting the time
Reference
Default value of the User setup Menu
The table shown below describes the default setting of items on
the User setup Menu. To change these items, refer to each chapter
in the User's manual indicated below.
Item
Default value
Chapter No.
SP.SIZE
FRONT
Chapter 8
(speaker size)
CENTER
SURROUND
S.WOOFER
SP.DISTANCE
FRONT
10 ft (3m)
(speaker distance)
CENTER
10 ft (3m)
SURROUND
10 ft (3m)
LEVEL (DVD-NW50 only) S.WOOFER
0 dB
FRONT
0 dB
CENTER
0 dB
SURROUND L
0 dB
SURROUND R
0 dB
DIMMER
OFF
(CVD-NW10 only)
DRC
OFF
(DVD-NW50 only)
TEST TONE
OFF
(DVD-NW50 only)
VOL.PRESET
OFF
(volume preset)
VOL.LEVEL
OFF
(volume level)
IR ROUTE
Both
Chapter 1
INTERCOM PRIVACY
OFF
Chapter 6
MONITOR PRIVACY
OFF
PARTY PRIVACY
OFF
Dimensions
Specifications
Power requirements: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
DC Power consumption:
CDP-NW10: DC 29.5 V/1 A, DC 14 V/1.5 A
DVP-NW50: DC 29.5 V/1 A, DC 29.5 V/1 A,
DC 14 V/1.5 A
AC Power consumption:
AC-NW10: AC 120 V/3.6 A
AC-NW50: AC 120 V/2.1 A
DC output:
AC-NW10: DC 29.5 V, DC 14 V for output 1
DC 29.5 V, DC 14 V for output 2
DC 29.5 V, DC 14 V for output 3
AC-NW50: DC 29.5 V for output 1
DC 29.5 V for output 2
DC 14 V for output 3
Operating temperature:
0˚C – 40˚C (32˚F – 104˚F)
Storage temperature:
-20˚C – 60˚C (-4˚F – 140˚F)
Dimensions:
CDP-NW10/DVP-NW50:
230
266
104 mm
(9
1
/
10
1
/
4
1
/
inches)
8
2
8
AC-NW10/NW50:
244
316
72 mm
(9
5
/
12
1
/
2
7
/
inches)
8
2
8
Mass:
CDP-NW10: 2.5 kg (5 lbs 8 oz.)
DVP-NW50: 2.7 kg (5 lbs 15 oz.)
AC-NW10: 2.7 kg (without AC code)
AC-NW50: 2.5 kg (without AC code)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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