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© 2008 Sony Corporation CMT -BX30R M i c r o H I- F I Co m p o n e n t Sy s t e m CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) Operating Instructions 3-293-639- 11 (1).
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 2 GB WARNING T o reduce the risk o f re, do not co ver the ventila tion opening of the ap paratus wi th newspapers, tableclo ths, curt ains, etc. Do not place the naked ame sour ces such as lighted candles on the a pparat us.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 3 GB Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the European Union and other European coun tries with separate collection systems) is symbol on the bat tery or on the packaging indicat es that the battery pro vided with this product shall not be treated as ho usehold waste.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 4 GB T able of Contents Guide to parts and controls ............. 5 Information on the display ............... 9 Getting Started Hooking up the system securely .................................................. 10 Setting the clock .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 5 GB Guide to parts and controls Guide to parts and controls is man ual mainly explains opera tions using the remo te, but the same o perations can also be per formed usin g the butto ns on the unit ha ving the same or similar names.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 6 GB Remote / (power) button (page 12, 24, 29) Press t o turn on the system. ST ANDBY indicat or (page 21, 25) Lights up when the system is t urned o. Remote sensor (page 25) USB MEMORY indicator Lights up when an o ptional USB device is connected.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 7 GB Guide to parts and controls Remote: (play) button, (pause) button Press t o start or pause playback. TUNER/BAND button (page 14) Press t o select t he TUNER function. Press t o select FM or AM reception mode.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 8 GB PLA Y MODE/TUNING MODE button (page 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23) Press t o select t he play m ode of a CD, MP3 disc or an op tional USB device. Press t o select t he tuning mode. Sound buttons (page 21) Unit: DSGX button Remote: EQ button Press t o select t he sound eect.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 9 GB Guide to parts and controls Informa tion on the display F unction Audio format Play mode (page 13, 19) T uner reception mode (page 14) T uner recept.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 10 GB Getting Star ted Hooking up the syst em sec urely Speaker cord (Red/ ) Speaker cord (Black/ ) AM loop antenna FM lead antenna (Extend it horizontally .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 11 GB Getting Star ted Antennas Find a locatio n and an orien tation that pro vide good reception, and then set up the ant enna. Keep the an tennas awa y from the speaker cords, the po wer cord and the US B cable to av oid picking up n oise.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 12 GB Setting the clock U s e but tons on the r emote to set the clock. 1 Press / t o turn on the system. 2 Press CL OCK/TIMER SET .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 13 GB Basic Operations Basic Operations Playing a CD/MP3 disc 1 Select the CD func tion. Press CD . 2 Place a disc. Press o n the unit, and place a disc with the label side up on the disc tray . T o clos e the disc tray , pres s on the unit again.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 14 GB Listening to the radio 1 Select “FM” or “ AM. ” Press FUN CTION (or TUNER/ BAND o n the unit) repeatedly . 2 Select the tuning mode. Press TUNIN G MODE repeat edly until “ A UTO ” appears. 3 T une in the desired station.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 15 GB Basic Operations Recording from a disc onto an USB device Y ou can connect an o ptional USB device to the (USB) port on the unit a nd recor d music from a disc to the US B device. Y ou can recor d from a CD-D A disc or MP3 disc only .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 16 GB Recording a single track or MP3 le during playback (REC1) Y ou can easily recor d the track or MP3 le that is curren tly being played back ont o an USB device. 1 Connect a recordable USB device to the (USB) port .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 17 GB Basic Operations T o remov e the USB device 1 Select the USB func tion. Press US B . 2 Hold down on the unit in stop mode until “No Device“ appears. 3 Remove the USB device. T o erase audio les or folders from the USB device Y ou can erase audio les o r folders from the USB device.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 18 GB Notes Do not remove the US B device during recordin g or erase operations. Doin g so may corrup t the data on the USB device or damage the USB device itself. Do not connect the system and the USB device through an USB h ub.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 19 GB Basic Operations Other operations T o Press Pa use playback (or USB o n the unit) . T o resume play , pr ess the butto n again. Stop p layback . T o resume play , pr ess (or USB on the uni t) *.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 20 GB e audio forma ts that you can lis ten to with this system are as f ollows: MP3: le extension “ .mp3” W indows Media A udio le: le extension “ .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 21 GB Basic Operations Adjusting the sound T o add a sound eect T o Press Generate a more d ynamic sound (Dynamic Sound Generato r X-tra) DSGX on the unit. Set the sound eect EQ repeatedly to select “BA SS” or “TREBLE, ” and then press +/ repeatedly to ad just the level.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 22 GB Other Op era tions Creating your o wn program (Prog ram Play) 1 Select the desired function. CD Press CD t o select t he CD function. USB Press US B to select the USB function. 2 Press PLA Y MODE repeatedly until “PGM” appears while the system is stopped .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 23 GB Other Operations Presetting radio stations Y ou can pr eset your favo rite radio station s and tune them in instan tly by selecting the correspon ding preset number . U s e but tons on the r emote to pr eset station s.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 24 GB Using the Timers e system o ers two timer functions. If yo u use the Play Timer with the Sleep Timer , the Sleep Timer has p riority . Sleep Timer: Y ou can fall asleep to music. i s function works even if the clock is no t set.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 25 GB Others Others T roubleshooting 1 Make sure the power cor d and speaker cords are c orrectly and rmly connected. 2 Find y our problem in the checklist below , and take the indicated corrective action. If the issue persis ts, contact your nearest Son y dealer .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 26 GB Play does not start from the rst track. Press PLA Y MOD E repeatedly until both “PGM” a nd “S HUF” disappear to return to no rmal play . Starting playback takes more time than usual. e following discs take a lon ger time to start playback.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 27 GB Others Files or folders on the USB de vice cannot be erased. Check if the USB device is write- pro tected. e USB device was disconnected or the power was t urned o during the erase operation. Delete the partially-erased le.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 28 GB Erroneous display Send the music data to the USB device again, as the data st ored in the USB device may hav e been corrupted. e character codes that can be display ed by this system are n umbers and alpha bet only .
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 29 GB Others Tuner Severe hum or noise , or stations cannot be received . (“TUNED ” or “STEREO” ashes on the display .) Connect the antenna pr operly . Find a location a nd an orienta tion that pro vide good reception, and then set up the an tenna again.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 30 GB Messages CD/MP3 play er , Tuner CD Over : Y ou hav e reached the end of the disc while pressing durin g playback or pa use. Complete! : e p reset operation ended normally . L OCKED : e disc tray does not open.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 31 GB Others Prec autions Discs that this system CAN play Audio CD CD-R/CD-R W (audio data/MP3 les) Discs that this system CANNO T play CD-ROM CD-R/CD.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 32 GB Specic ations Main unit Amplier section Eur opean and Russia n models: DIN power o utput (ra ted): 18 + 18 watts (6 o hms at 1 kHz, DIN) Continuo us RMS powe.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 33 GB Others CD play er sec tion System: Com pact disc and digital audio system Laser Diode Properties Emission Dura tion: Continuou s Laser Output*: Less than 44.6µW * is output is the value m easurement at a distance o f 200mm from the objective lens surface on the Optical Pick-up Block wi th 7mm aperture.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 34 GB Compatible USB devices with this system Y ou can use the followin g Sony USB devices on this system. Other USB devices are not p layable/reco rdable on this system.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) 35 GB Others.
CMT -BX30R .GB.3-293-639-11(1) Printed in China.
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