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CDD 2600
' User's manual
f Manuel d'utilisation
d Benutzerhandbuch
i Guida dell'Utente
e Guia del usuario


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  • Page 1 CD-Recorder CDD2600 CDD 2600 Recordable OPEN DISC IN CLOSE PHONES WRITING ERROR ' User's manual f Manuel d'utilisation d Benutzerhandbuch Gebruikershandleiding i Guida dell'Utente e Guia del usuario...
  • Page 2 CDD 2600 CD - Compact Disc Recorder FRONT VIEW FIG.1 Recordable REAR VIEW FIG.1 FRONT VIEW ABB.1 VORDERANSICHT FIG.1 PARTE ANTERIORE 1. Headphone plug 1. Anschlußbuchse Kopfhörer 1. Presa cuffie 2. Headphone volume control 2. Lautstärke Kopfhörer 2. Controllo volume cuffie 3.
  • Page 3 WARNING This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC (U.S.A.) Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 4 CONTENTS ENGLISH Installation ............Summary of controls and connections .
  • Page 5: Laser Safety

    LASER SAFETY This unit employs a laser. Do not remove the cover or attempt to service this device when connected due to the possibility of eye damage. LASER-SICHERHEIT In das Gerät ist ein Laser eingebaut. Nehmen Sie die Abdeckung nicht ab und versuchen Sie nicht, das Gerät zu reparieren, solange es angeschlossen ist.
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    INSTALLATION Handling Static-Sensitive devices This CD-Recorder drive, like all electronic equipment, is static sensitive. Please take the proper precautions when handling the drive. Avoid touching the SCSI connector pins as well as the audio connector pins and the jumper pins. Keep the drive in its conductive wrapping until you are ready to install the drive in your computer.
  • Page 7 INSTALLATION Host interface connections Connect the internal SCSI flatcable to the SCSI interface card of your host. Connect the other end to one of the SCSI connectors at the rear of the CD-Recorder drive. Make sure to select a free SCSI address via the jumpers on the back of the unit Then connect the power cable in your PC to the plug on the drive (see item 8 of the rear view, fig.1).
  • Page 8 SUMMARY OF CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS Front view (See flap Fig.1) 1. HEADPHONE PLUG Connect your headphone to listen to CD-DA discs (or tracks). 2. HEADPHONE VOLUME CONTROL Turn the wheel to the right to increase the audio volume of your headphone. 3.
  • Page 9 SUMMARY OF CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS Rear view (See flap Fig.1) 7. JUMPERBLOCK With jumpers 1 to 3 the SCSI address is selected. Jumper 4 is for termination selection. 8. HOST DC POWER CONNECTOR (type AMP 00641737-1) 1: +12V 2: GND 3: GND 4: +5V 9.
  • Page 10: Loading And Unloading A Disc

    3. To close the tray, either push gently at the front of the tray or press the Open/Close key (6). Note: for best results, use only empty discs qualified by Philips (PDO 63CDR or PDO 74CDR). Note: don’t use general purpose commercial head cleaning discs.
  • Page 11 YOUR CD-RECORDABLE SYSTEM Operating the CD-Recorder on the computer The following lists the supported SCSI commands. An extensive description of the total command set is available on request. MESSAGES * Following messages are implemented in the CD-Recorder: = Target to initiator Code Description Directions command complete in...
  • Page 12 OPERATING/TESTING YOUR CD-RECORDABLE SYSTEM Group 1 & 2 - ten bytes commands : Opcode Command Read Capacity Read Write Seek Verify Flush Cache Write Buffer Read Buffer Read Sub Channel Read Disc info Play Audio Play Audio MSF Play Audio Track / Index Pause Resume Mode Select Mode Sense...
  • Page 13: Additional Information

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Care of discs Whenever a disc is not in the tray or the drive, protect it from dust, ink, or other contaminant's. Handle discs only by the outer and inner edges. When loading the disc, allow time for the door to open and then gently insert the disc.
  • Page 14: Power Dissipation

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Dimensions Height 41.5 mm Width 146 mm Depth 206 mm Weight max. 1 kg Power dissipation max. 8W Environmental 5 to 40 ° C Operating temp -25 to 70 ° C Non operating temp Reliability MTBF (hours) 30.000 POH Media CD-R conf.
  • Page 15 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Ele ctrical interface (front of drive) - Headphone Jack. - RMS OUTPUT voltage: 3,1 V at 600 r . - Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 80 dB typ. A weighted. Electrical interface (rear of drive) - Audio line out: RMS OUTPUT voltage 1V at 470 . - Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 80 dB typ.
  • Page 16 Audio specification for headphone: On pressed CD On recordable CD Output Voltage 3.1 V rms 1 V rms (max volume) Unbalance max 0.25 dB max 0.25 dB Output Impedance 120 Ohm 120 Ohm Amplitude Linearity 1.5 dB (20 Hz - 20 kHz) 1.5 dB (20 Hz - 16 kHz) S/N-ratio 86 dB (88 dB A-wtg)
  • Page 17 Interface Pin Table SIGNAL PIN NUMBER SIGNAL PIN NUMBER -DB(O) *TERMPWR -DB(1) GROUND -DB(2) GROUND -DB(3) -ATN -DB(4) GROUND -DB(5) -BSY -DB(6) -ACK -DB(7) -RST -DB(P) -MSG GROUND -SEL GROUND -C/D GROUND -REQ -I/O * Note: This pin provides the terminator power (plus 5 volts). Note: All odd pins except pin 25 shall be connected to ground.
  • Page 18: Jumper Settings

    Jumper settings JUMPERS 1 TO 3 can be used for setting SCSI addresses. Remark: Jumper detection only by Power on or SCSI hand Reset. Drive will always supply TERM POWER. Drive will always generate and check parity on SCSI. ADDRESS (DEFAULT) TERM = Termination ON (DEFAULT)
  • Page 19 - Test external SRAM - Test EPROM - Test DSP interface - Test DRAM - Test SCSI interface - Test CDB2 interface - Test datapath - Test SRAM CDB2 You can reach Philips the following ways (in order of prefer-...
  • Page 20 © PHILIPS 1996 All trademarks acknowledged. 3104 125 2198.1...

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