Sie sind auf Seite 1von 32

RCD-M33-EK 05.4.

12 9:12 AM ページ 1

CD RECEIVER

RCD-M35DAB
RCD-M33
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:12 AM ページ 2

NOTE ON USE
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER


(OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
• Avoid high temperatures.
Allow for sufficient heat • Keep the set free from • Do not let foreign objects in
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is dispersion when installed on a moisture, water, and dust. the set.
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous rack.
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the


user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

• Handle the power cord


• Unplug the power cord when • Do not let insecticides,
carefully.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT not using the set for long benzene, and thinner come in
Hold the plug when
WARNING: unplugging the cord.
periods of time. contact with the set.

TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK


HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. ,,
CLASS 1
,,
LASER PRODUCT
• DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We declare under our sole responsibility
that this product, to which this declaration * (For sets with ventilation holes)
relates, is in conformity with the following • Never disassemble or modify
standards: the set in any way.
• Do not obstruct the
EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000- ventilation holes.
3-2 and EN61000-3-3.
Following the provisions of 73/23/EEC,
89/336/EEC and 93/68/EEC Directive. • The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items, such
as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
• No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
• Please be care the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
• The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing for use.
• No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

2
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:12 AM ページ 3

CAUTION 1 MAIN FEATURES


1. Handle the power supply cord carefully
Do not damage or deform the power supply cord. If it is damaged or deformed, it may cause 1. Quality power for high quality sound 4. RDS compatible
electric shock or malfunction when used. When removing from wall outlet, be sure to remove 22W+22W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz, T.H.D. 10%) Compatible with various RDS services,
by holding the plug attachment and not by pulling the cord. high quality amplifier and terminals for large including program service name (PS)
speakers. program type identification (PTY), traffic
2. Do not open the top cover
In order to prevent electric shock, do not open the top cover. 2. MP3/WMA playback program identification (TP), clock time (CT)
If problems occur, contact your DENON DEALER. Discs containing MP3 and/or WMA files can and radio text (RT).
be played, and the track and artists names 5. Compatible with the system control
3. Do not place anything inside
Do not place metal objects or spill liquid inside the CD receiver. can be displayed during playback. Connecting cassette deck (DRR-M33), the
Electric shock or malfunction may result. 3. TONE and SDB control synchro-recording, timer operation can be
TONE control is available for BASS and made with easy operations.
NOTE: TREBLE separately and the SDB (Super 6. DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting)
This CD receiver uses the semiconductor laser. To allow you to enjoy music at a stable Dynamic Bass) control enables powerful compatibility (RCD-M35DAB only)
operation, it is recommended to use this in a room of 5°C (41°F) ~ 35°C (95°F). bass tones when listening at lower volume The set is compatible with DAB broadcasts
levels. which offer excellent multipath and phasing
Please, record and retain the Model name and serial number of your set shown on the rating characteristics and a sound quality and data
This unit has Source Direct position to turn
label. transfer rate comparable to that of CDs.
off the SDB/TONE.
Model No. RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 Serial No.

Thank you for purchasing this DENON CD receiver.


Please read the operation instructions thoroughly in order to acquaint yourself with the CD
receiver and achieve maximum satisfaction from it.
2 BEFORE USING
Read the following before using the system.
TABLE OF CONTENTS • Before turning on the power • Should condensation occur:
Check again that all connections are correct The signals on the disc cannot be read and
z Main Features ………………………………3 ⁄2 Playing CDs …………………………21 ~ 25 and that there are no problems with the the system will not function properly.
x Before Using ………………………………3 • Normal Playback ………………………21 connection cords. Be sure to unplug the Remove the disc then let the system set with
power cord before connecting or the power on. The condensation will
c Cautions on Installation ……………………4 • Various Playback Functions ……22 ~ 24 evaporate in one hour or less, at which time
disconnecting the connection cords.
v Connecting the Included Antennas ………4 • Edited Recording on Sides A
Humming may be produced if this system is the system will function normally.
b Connections ……………………………5, 6 and B of a Tape …………………………25 set near a TV or other audio equipment. If • Store this instructions in safe place
n Part Names and Functions ……………7, 8 ⁄3 Playing MP3/WMA …………………26 ~ 28 this happens, try changing the position of the After reading, store this instructions along
m Remote Control Unit …………………9, 10 • Normal Playback ……………………26, 27 equipment or the connection cords. with the warranty in a safe place. Also fill in
the items on the back paper for your
, Cautions on Handling Discs ……………11 • Various Playback Functions ………27, 28 • Moving the system
Be sure to remove CD before moving the convenience.
. Listening to Radio Programs ………11 ~ 14 ⁄4 Auto On Function …………………………28
system. If a CD is left in the CD receiver, it • Illustrations in this manual
⁄0 Listening to DAB ……………………15, 16 ⁄5 Troubleshooting …………………………29 may be scratched. Note that some of the illustrations used for
⁄1 Using the Timer ……………………17 ~ 20 ⁄6 Specifications ……………………………29 To prevent short-circuits or damage to the explanations in this manual may differ from
connection cords, always unplug the power the actual system.
cord and disconnect all connection cords to
• ACCESSORIES other audio equipment.
• Condensation (dew)
Check that the following parts are included in the package aside from the main unit:
Condensation (water droplets) may be
qOperating instructions ……………………1 tDAB antenna (RCD-M35DAB only) ………1 produced on internal optical lenses or discs in
wService station list …………………………1 yRemote control unit (RC-999) ……………1 the following cases:
eFM antenna…………………………………1 uR03/AAA batteries …………………………2 • Directly after a heater is turned on.
rAM loop antenna …………………………1 • When the system is in a steamy or humid
room.
e r t y u • When the system is moved abruptly from a
cold place (room) to a warm room.

3
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:12 AM ページ 4

3 CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION Installing the AM loop antenna Installing the DAB indoor antenna
(RCD-M35DAB only)
Tune in an AM station (see page 12) and set
Note:
the antenna as far from the system as possible Find the position at which the reception
For heat dispersal, do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a book case
to keep distortion and noise is minimal. In sensitivity is best using the “Tuning Aid”
or similar unit.
some cases, it is best to invert the polarities. function, then secure the tip of the DAB
AM broadcasts cannot be received well if the antenna in this position using a pin.
loop antenna is not connected or if it is set

✽ Note close to metal objects.
DAB antenna

Assembling the AM loop antenna


✽ ✽ Connection to the AM
loop antenna terminals.
1 2
3

Remove the vinyl tie


and take out the Bend in the reverse
connection line. direction.
4 CONNECTING THE INCLUDED ANTENNAS 4
a. With the antenna
on top any stable
Installing the FM indoor antenna Connecting an FM outdoor antenna surface.

Tune in FM station (see page 12), set the If good reception cannot be achieved with the
Mount Connecting an DAB outdoor antenna
antenna so that distortion and noise is minimal, included FM antenna, use an FM outdoor
(RCD-M35DAB only)
then secure the tip of the antenna in this antenna. Connect an PAL-type connector to b. With the antenna
position using tape or a pin. the coaxial cable and connect the antenna to attached to a wall. If good reception cannot be achieved with the
the FM COAX. (75 Ω/ohms) terminal. included DAB indoor antenna, use an DAB
outdoor antenna. Connect an F male type
Selecting a place for the FM/DAB outdoor connector to the coaxial cable and connect the
AM loop antenna Installation hole antenna to the DAB COAX. 75 Ω terminal.
antenna Mount on wall, etc.
• Set the antenna so that it points towards the
broadcast station’s transmitting antenna. Installing an AM outdoor antenna
Behind buildings or mountains, set the
antenna in the position at which reception is Connect the signal wire from the AM outdoor
best, and also try changing the direction of antenna to the antenna terminal. Be sure to
FM antenna the antenna. connect the signal ground wire to the
• Do not install the antenna under power lines. terminal. Also be sure to connect the included
Doing so is extremely dangerous, as the AM loop antenna.
power line could touch the antenna.
• Install the antenna away from roads or train
tracks to avoid noise from cars or trains.
• Do not install the antenna too high, as it may
be hit by lightning.
AM outdoor antenna

AM loop
antenna
Signal ground

4
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:12 AM ページ 5

5 CONNECTIONS
(1) Connecting to Cassette deck (DRR-M33)

NOTE: Connecting the speaker systems


Connect the speaker system for the left channel (the left side as seen CAUTION:
• This system includes digital circuitry which
from the front) to the L terminals, the speaker system for the right • Whenever the power operation switch is in the STANDBY
may cause interference such as color
channel to the R terminals. Refer to the instructions supplied with the position, the unit is still connected to AC line voltage.
blotching or changes in the color on TVs. If
speaker system for details. Be sure to use speaker systems with an Please be sure to unplug the power cord when you leave home
this happens, move the system and the
impedance of 6 Ω/ohms or greater. for, e.g.,a vacation, etc.
TV as far apart as possible.

Speaker systems (SC-M73)


(RCD-M35 only)
Subwoofer Speaker systems (SC-M53) DRR-M33 RCD-M35DAB
Right Left
Right Left
AM loop antenna
Side by side installation

Install the sets as shown in one


of these diagrams. In either
case, be sure that the CD
receiver’s ventilation holes are
not obstructed.

FM antenna Cassette deck


(DRR-M33)
DAB antenna (option) RCD-M35DAB
(RCD-M35 only)

DRR-M33

Stacking installation

CD receiver (RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33) Power plug


AC 230 V, 50 Hz

System operations NOTES:


Such system operations as the timer and the auto power on functions, as well as remote control • Do not plug the power cord into the power outlet until all connections are completed. Be
operations cannot be performed unless all the RCA pin-plug cords and system connector cords sure to interconnect the channels (L to L (white) and R to R (red)) properly, as shown on the
are connected between the units, so be sure to make all the connections properly as shown in diagram.
the diagram. Also, disconnecting system connectors while the system is operating may result in • Insert the plugs securely. Incomplete connections may result in noise.
malfunctions. Be sure to unplug the power cord before changing connections. • Be sure to connect the speaker cords between the speaker terminals and the speaker
systems with the same polarities ( + to +, – to – ). If the polarities are switched, the sound at
the center will be weak, the position of the different instruments will be unclear, and the
stereo effect will be lost.
• After unplugging the power cord, wait about 5 seconds before plugging it back in.
• Note that setting the connection cords (pin-plug cords) next to the power cords may result in
humming or other noise.

5
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:12 AM ページ 6

(2) Connecting to Cassette deck (DRR-M33) and CD recorder etc.

CD recorder etc.

R L

IN

OUT
LINE
OUT IN-2 IN-1

Cassette deck
(DRR-M33)
CD receiver (RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33) (option)

Power plug Power plug


AC 230 V, 50 Hz AC 230 V, 50 Hz

6
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:12 AM ページ 7

6 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS u VOLUME control !0 MENU/ SET button


• Use this to adjust the overall volume • When pressed in the standby mode, the
(1) Front Panel (Rotary Encorder System). standby mode is switched (the clock
• The volume increases when the control display is switched on and off).

!3 !2 !1 !0 o i
is turned clockwise (,) and decreases • When pressed while the clock is
when it is turned counterclockwise (.). displayed, the manual time setting mode
• The volume increases and decreases in is set. (This cannot be set while the
35 steps from the minimum (VOLUME clock is displayed in the standby mode.)
00) to the maximum (VOLUME MAX). • Switches the display of the timer setting
menu on and off.
NOTE: • When the function is set to FM and the
• Care must be taken when you adjust CT tuning mode is set, the mode
the volume as the CD receiver is switches to the auto time setting mode.
equipped with an electronic volume • When the function is set to TUNER and
control. Turn the VOLUME control an FM station is being received, if
slowly referring to the indication on pressed for more than 1 second, the
the display to adjust the volume. display switches to the AUTO PRESET
menu.
i 2 /BAND button
( 2 : CD stop button !1 8 /– , +/ 9 button
BAND : TUNER band button) (8, 9 : CD automatic search
• In CD function, press this button to stop reverse/forward button
playback. +,– : TUNER up/down button)
• In TUNER function, use this button to • Use the 8 and 9 buttons to move
qw er t y u selecting the band.
For the RCD-M35DAB :
to the beginning of a specific track while
in CD function.
• Use the +/– button to select radio
q Power operation switch (ON/STANDBY) w Remote sensor FM AUTO FM MONO stations while in TUNER function.
• This turns the power for the entire • When operating the remote control unit, DAB AM • In TUNER function, press the 2 /BAND
system on and off. point it at this sensor.
and + buttons at the same time to
• Press this once to turn the power on, For the RCD-M33 :
then press again to set the power to e PHONES (headphones jack) change the Preset mode, the 2 /BAND
STANDBY mode. • Plug the headphones into this jack. FM AUTO FM MONO and – buttons at the same time to
• The LED color changes as follows, • No sound is produced from the speakers AM change the Tuning mode.
according to the condition: when headphones are plugged in. • Use the +/– button when you adjust
During power ON : green r FUNCTION button o SDB (Super Dynamic Bass)/TONE button tone control (BASS or TREBLE) and you
During STANDBY : red • Press this button to select the preferred select menu function (display, time,
• Use this to select the input (function). timer, or set up).
During TIMER STANDBY: orange sound of TONE CONTROL/SDB. Each
• The input changes in the following order
✻The muting mode is set when the main each time this button is pressed:
time this button is pressed, the display
!2 5 (open/close) button
unit’s power button is pressed and when changes as follows: • Press this button to open and close the
the standby mode is canceled from the CD TUNER TAPE AUX
SDB BASS TREBLE S.DIRECT disc tray.
remote control unit. The power indicator • When pressed once, the disc tray opens
flashes green when in the muting mode, out, and when pressed again, the disc
then stops flashing and turns green once t Display • You can switch the SDB on/off by using
tray closes. If a disc is loaded, the total
the set is in the operational mode. • Refer to page 8. the +/– (up/down) button.
number of tracks and total playing time
✻If the indicator is flashing orange • BASS and TREBLE can be adjusted by
(quickly): y 1/ 3 (play/pause) button using the +/– (up/down) button.
of the disc are displayed several seconds
• Press this button to start playing a disc. • When you select S.DIRECT (Source after the disc tray is closed.
The protective circuit is activated.
When the disc tray is closed, playback Direct), SDB/TONE is switched off, and • When pressed in STANDBY mode, the
If this happens, unplug the power cord
begins when this button is pressed. the sound characteristic becomes flat. CD receiver’s power turns on.
to turn the indicator off, then check the
input and output terminals on the rear • When pressed in STANDBY mode, the • SDB can be controlled powerful bass !3 Disc tray
panel. Check in particular for short- power automatically turns on and tones when listening at lower volume • Load discs here.
circuiting of the speaker cords. Once all playback begins (Auto On function). levels.
connections have been corrected, plug Press this button again to stop playback
temporarily. NOTE:
the power cord. (Wait for at least 10
seconds after turning the power off • The SDB should be deactivated when
before turning it back on.) listening at higher volume levels.
✻Power is supplied to the RCD- Excessive bass at high volume levels
M35DAB/RCD-M33 even when the will result in a distorted sound and
power is in the standby mode (The clock may cause damage to your set and
is displayed in the clock display mode.) speaker system.
7
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 8

(2) Rear Panel (3) Display

@6 @5 @4 @3 @2 @1 q w e r t y u i o !0 !1 !2

q Segment o / 1 / FLD / ALL


The selected functions, volume, reception This changes as follows each time the
band, reception frequency, RDS data, time, REPEAT button is pressed.
and timer settings are displayed here. • When the function is set to CD and the
w 1/ 3 mode is not the folder mode:
1 (the play indicator) lights when a disc is 1st press : 1 (single-track repeat)
playing, and 3 (the pause indicator) lights is displayed.
when pause mode is set. 2nd press : ALL (1 disc all track
!4 !5 !6!7 !8 !9 @0 e SDB
This lights when SDB mode is on. 3rd press :
repeat) is displayed.
Nothing is displayed.
!4 AUX IN (analog input) jacks @1 AC OUTLET r TONE • When the function is set to CD and the
• This is an input terminal. • When using in combination with the This lights when the TONE is adjusted. folder mode is set (only valid for discs
containing MP3 and/or WMA files):
!5 DAB antenna terminal DRR-M33, connect to the AC outlet on
t TUNED 1st press : 1 (single-track repeat)
(ANTENNA TERMINAL DAB) the CD receiver (RCD-M35DAB/RCD- This lights when a station is tuned in
M33) or one of the other components is displayed.
(RCD-M35DAB only) properly.
(100W MAX). 2nd press : FLD (all track in a
• Connect the FM antenna here. y AUTO / ST / MONO folder repeat) is displayed.
!6 AUX OUT (analog output) jacks @2 Power cord These display the FM reception mode. 3rd press : Nothing is displayed.
• This is an output terminal for recording. • Plug this cord into a wall power outlet. ST : This lights when a stereo
@3 program is received in the FM !0 SLEEP
!7 FM antenna terminal MONO OUT terminal (SUB WOOFER)
AUTO mode.
This lights when the sleep timer is
(ANTENNA TERMINAL FM) • Connector jack for subwoofer with built-
operating.
in amplifier (super woofer), etc. MONO : This lights when a monaural
• Connect the FM antenna here.
@4 AM antenna terminal
program is received in the FM !1
!8 Digital output jack AUTO mode and when the
(DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT) (ANTENNA TERMINAL AM) BAND button is pressed, NOTE:
• Digital data is output in optical form from • Connect the AM antenna here. setting the FM MONO mode. • The timer standby mark (“ ”) does
this jack. @5 TAPE OUT (analog output) jacks AUTO : This lights when the BAND not light if the current time
• This is an output terminal for recording. button is pressed, setting the and the timer have not been set.
!9 Speaker terminals (SPEAKERS)
FM AUTO mode.
• Use these to connect the speakers. @6 TAPE IN (analog input) jacks
@0 System connectors • This is an input terminal. u TOTAL The timer will operate when this is lit.
Lights when the total remaining time or the
(SYSTEM CONNECTOR 1 and 2) total number of tracks remaining on the
!2 Remote control signal indicator
• When connecting the DRR-M33, Flashes when remote control signals are
disc is displayed on the segment. received.
connect these connectors to system
connectors on other system i RANDOM
components. “RANDOM” lights during random play.
(Use the system cords included with the
other components.)

8
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 9

7 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (3) Remote Control Unit Part Names and Functions

The RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 comes with a system remote control unit (RC-999). q SLEEP button
• Press this button to set the sleep timer.
• The supplied remote control unit (RC-999) is for use with the RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 unit only.
• If the cassette deck (DRR-M33) is connected to the main unit, you may operate each of the above
q w OFF button
components using its respective remote control unit (refer to pages 9,10). w #5 • Use this switch to set the power to
e #4
STANDBY mode.
(1) Inserting the batteries r #3 e TUNER button
q Open the battery compartment cover of the
Cautions on Batteries t #2 • Press this button to set the function
remote control unit.
Press the knob and open the cover in the • Use R03 (AAA) batteries in this remote y TUNER mode.
r CD button
direction of the arrow. control unit.
• Replace the batteries with new ones after
u #1 • Press this button to set the function CD
approximately 1 year, though this depends mode.
on the frequency with which the remote t PROG/DIRECT button
control unit is used. • Press this button to switch between
• Replace the batteries with new ones if the
unit does not operate when the remote
i PROGRAM and DIRECT play.
control unit is operated from nearby, even if y EDIT button
w Insert the two R03 (AAA) batteries, following the batteries are less than a year old.
#0 In CD function :
@9
the + and – marks in the battery compartment. • Be sure to insert the batteries in the proper • Press this button for edited recording on a
direction, following the “ < ” and “ > ”
tape, dividing the tracks onto sides A and
marks in the battery compartment.
• To avoid damage or leakage of battery fluid:
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
o @8 B according to the length of the tape.
In TUNER function :
• Do not use two different types of batteries. • Press this button to input the station
• Do not short-circuit, take apart, heat or @7 name.
dispose of batteries in flames.
!0 @6 u CALL button
!1 @5
• Remove the batteries when you do not plan
to use the remote control unit for an • Use this button to confirm the
e Close the cover of the battery compartment. programmed song.
extended period of time.
!2 @4 i Number buttons
• If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe
off the fluid from the inside of the battery !3 In CD function :
compartment, then insert new batteries.
!4 @3 • Press these buttons to specify the
desired track.
!5 @2
@1
In TUNER function :
!6 • Press these buttons to recall preset
!7 @0 station.
(2) Using the Remote Control Unit !8 !9 o FOLDER (+ / –) button
For MP3/WMA discs with the function set
to CD:
• Select the folder.
NOTES: • In the play and pause modes, the first
• The remote control unit may not operate if track in the selected folder is selected.
7m
30° the remote sensor is exposed to direct
sunlight or the strong light from a lighting
30° fixture, or if there is an obstacle between the
remote control unit and the remote sensor.
• The remote sensor is located on the CD receiver. • Do not press buttons on the remote control
Point the remote control unit at the remote unit and on the set at the same time. Doing
sensor as shown on the diagram when operating so could result in malfunctions.
it. • If the remote control unit is pointed away
• The remote control unit will operate from a from the re-mote sensor during continuous
direct distance of approximately 7 meters, but operations (such as when turning the volume
this distance will be shortened if obstacles are up or down), the operation will stop. If this
present or if operated at an angle. (The remote happens, point the remote control unit at the
control unit will operate at an angle of up to 30° remote sensor and press the button again.
in either direction.)

9
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 10

!0 MENU/ SET button !6 DAB/ RDS button @3 TIME/ DISPLAY button @6 MUTE button
•When pressed in the standby mode, the When the function is set to TUNER-FM For audio CDs with the function set to CD: • Mutes the speaker output. When
standby mode is switched (the clock • Use this button to automatically tune to stations • Press this button during the play or pause operated while the output is muted, the
display is switched on and off). using the radio data system. mode to switch the time display. mute mode is canceled.
•When pressed while the clock is @7 2 (stop) /BAND button
displayed, the manual time setting mode RDS PTY TP elapsed time remaining time
OFF per track for the track • In CD function, press this button to stop
is set. (This cannot be set while the clock playback.
is displayed in the standby mode.) total remaining time • In TUNER function, use this button to
•Switches the display of the timer setting When the function is set to TUNER-DAB
(RCD-M35DAB only) on the disc selecting the band.
menu on and off.
•When the function is set to FM and the • Used to display the reception sensitivity, For the RCD-M35DAB :
(During programmed playback, indicate
CT tuning mode is set, the mode switches to sort the service list, to select the
the total remaining time of the FM AUTO FM MONO
to the auto time setting mode. dynamic range and to display the DAB
programmed tracks.) DAB AM
•When the function is set to TUNER and an version.
For MP3/WMA discs containing track For the RCD-M33 :
FM station is being received, if pressed TUNING AID STATION ORDER information with the function set to CD:
for more than 1 second, the display DAB VERSION DRC FM AUTO FM MONO
• Press this button during the play or pause
switches to the AUTO PRESET menu. AM
mode to switch the track information.
!1 ENTER/ MEMO button !7 0 (reverse play) button (TAPE)
• Press this button to enter editing settings. • Press this to start playback or recording in file name Title / Artist @8 VOLUME button
• Press this button to preset memory. the reverse direction. Title / Album • Use these buttons to adjust the volume.
!8 1 (forward play) button (TAPE) • The volume increases when the • button
!2 8 /CH– With the function set to TUNER, and in the is pressed and decreases when the ª
• Press this to start playback or recording in FM and RDS modes:
(automatic search) button the forward direction. button is pressed.
• Press to switch the display below.
In CD function : !9 2 (stop) button (TAPE) @9 CD 1/ 3 (play/pause) button
frequency (PS) PTY
• Move to the beginning of current Track or • Press this button to stop playback or • Press this button to play or pause of the
previous Track. RT CT CD player.
recording.
In TUNER function : @0 1/ 3 (play/pause) button (MD)
PS:This is displayed when the radio station #0 CLEAR/ DEL button
• Use this button to recall preset stations currently being received is one named
• Not supported. In CD function :
on the tuner. using the procedure described in “P13 –
@1 PTY button • Press this button to clear the track from
Presetting or naming radio stations”.
!3 6 /TU– • Press this button after selecting “PTY” the program.
(manual search / rewind) button with the RDS button to select one of the
@4 9 /CH+ In TUNER function :
In CD function : 29 program types. (automatic search) button • Press this button to erase the station
name.
• The manual search operation is @2 CLOCK button In CD function :
performed. • Press this to switch the clock display • Move to the beginning of Next Track. #1 FOLDER MODE button
In TUNER function : between on and off. In TUNER function : • For MP3/WMA discs with the function set
• Use this button to selecting the station. • Use this button to recall preset stations to CD, switches the play mode between
In TAPE function : on the tuner. disc and folder.
• Press this button to rewind the front side
of the tape. (The back side of the tape is @5 7 /TU+ #2 REPEAT button
(manual search / fast-forward) button • Press this button for repeat playback.
fast-forwarded.) Also use this button to
search for the beginning of the current In CD function : #3 RANDOM button
selection when playing in the forward (1) • The manual search operation is • Press this button to set the tracks in
direction, or to search for the beginning of performed. random order.
the following selection when playing in In TUNER function : #4 LINE button
the reverse (0) direction. • Use this button to selecting the station. • Press this button to switch the function
!4 SDB /TONE button In TAPE function : LINE .
• Press this button to adjust SDB (Super • Press this button to fast-forward the front The input changes in the following order
Dynamic Bass) and TONE. side of the tape. (The back side of the each time this button is pressed.
!5 DIMMER button tape is rewind.) Also use this button to
TAPE AUX
• Use this to adjust the brightness of the search for the beginning of the following
main unit‘s display. Can be switched in 4 selection when playing in the forward (1)
steps, from OFF to always on. direction, or to search for the beginning of #5 POWER ON button
the current selection when playing in the • Use this switch to turn on the power of
reverse (0) direction. the entire system.

10
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 11

8 CAUTIONS ON HANDLING DISCS 9 LISTENING TO RADIO PROGRAMS (Check the connections on pages 4, 5.)
About Compact Discs Auto tuner presets

C
Only discs with the mark can NOTES: Use this to automatically search for FM broadcasts and store up to 40 stations at preset channels
be played on the RCD- • The disc tray opens when the 5 (open/close) 1 to 40.
M35DAB/RCD-M33. button is pressed once and closes when it is NOTE:
pressed again.
• If an FM station cannot be preset automatically due to poor reception, use the “Manual
Use compact discs that include the C mark. • When the disc tray is closed, the disc turns
tuning” operation to tune in the station, then preset it using the manual “Preset memory”
CD’s with special shapes (heart-shaped CDs, automatically for several seconds, then the
total number of tracks and total playing time
operation.
octagonal CDs etc.) cannot be played on this set.
Attempting to do so may damage the set. Do not of that disc appear on the display.
use such CDs. • The disc tray can also be closed by pressing
the 1/ 3 (play /pause) button, in which case 1
playback automatically starts from the first 2
track on the disc (or if tracks are
programmed, from the first programmed
track).
• Removing discs from their cases
As shown on the diagram, grasp the outer edge Handling the Disc Tray:
of the disc with your fingers, insert a finger in • Do not turn off the power, stop the disc tray
the center hole, press gently, then lift the disc
out of the case.
by hand or pull on it when it is moving. Doing
4, 5 3
so may damage it. 1 2 4, 5 3
If the headphones’ cord or some other object
accidentally gets caught in the disc tray while
it is closing and the disc tray stops, press the
5 (open/close) button again to open the tray Press the power operation
and remove the obstacle. 1 switch to turn on the power.
Do not set objects other than discs on the Main unit Remote control unit
disc tray. Doing so may damage it.
• Loading discs in the disc tray
Be sure to load the disc with the labelled side Press the FUNCTION or
facing up. (Compact discs only play on one side.) 2 TUNER button to select TUNER
For 8 cm CDs, set the disc in the sunken section mode.
in the center of the tray. Main unit Remote control unit

Press the 2 /BAND button to


3 select FM AUTO or FM MONO.
Main unit Remote control unit

Press the MENU/ SET button


Cleaning Discs for at least 1 second.
4 • Press the 2 /BAND button to
Dust, fingerprints or spit on the disc will result in
noise or skipping. If the disc is dirty or if the CD
cancel. Main unit Remote control unit
receiver does not operate properly, use the
following procedure to clean the disc:
• Hold the disc with the signal surface (the side Use the MENU/ SET button to start
opposite the labelled side) facing up, as shown
searching.
in the diagram.
• Wipe the disc gently from the center towards • When auto presetting is completed, the
NOTES: Main unit
the edge (in the direction of the arrow) with a • Do not wipe discs in the direction opposite 5 station set at preset position 1 is
soft cloth. displayed.
the arrow or in a circular motion as with
regular records. • If you want to stop searching, press the
Do not clean discs with the following: 2 /BAND button.
• Benzene, alcohol or other solvents • The disc’s signal surface is easily damaged,
• Cleaner including an abrasive so do not wipe it with a hard cloth or rub it Remote control unit
• Sprays or cleaners designed for records strongly.
• Anti-static
11
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 12

✽The function of the +/– button on the main unit may toggle between Tuning +/– and Preset +/–
Manual tuning
functions.
• Pressing the – button while holding down the BAND button at the same time changes function
of the +/– button to Tuning +/–. (“TUNING” flashes for 5 seconds.)
1 • Pressing the + button while holding down the BAND button at the same time changes the
2 function of the +/– button to Preset +/–. (“PRESET” flashes for 5 seconds.)
• The +/– button is factory preset to function as a Tuning +/– button.
However, be sure that the +/- buttons function as the Tuning +/– button before proceeding with
step 4.

Auto Tuning
• When a program being broadcast in stereo is received, the “ST” indicator lights and the
3 program is received in stereo.
1 2 4 3 4 • If reception is poor and there is much noise in the stereo signals, press the BAND button to set
4 the FM MONO mode.
• When one of the Tuning +/– (TU+/ TU–) button is pressed, the frequency changes in steps of 50
Example: Tuning in FM 92.50 MHz kHz in the FM band, 9 kHz in the AM band.
(AM stations are tuned in using the same procedure.) • If one of the Tuning +/– (TU+/ TU–) button is held for over 1 second, the frequency continues to
change when the button is released (auto tuning) and stops when a station is tuned in. Tuning
will not stop at stations whose reception is poor.
• To stop the auto tuning function, press the Tuning +/– (TU+/ TU–) button once.
Press the power operation
1 switch to turn on the power.
NOTE:
Main unit Remote control unit • A humming sound may be heard when using a TV nearby while receiving AM programs. If
this happens, move the system as far from the TV as possible.
Press the FUNCTION or
2 TUNER button to select TUNER
mode.
Main unit Remote control unit

Press the 2 /BAND button on


3 the tuner to select the FM
AUTO.
Main unit Remote control unit

Use the Tuning +/– (TU+/ TU–) button to tune the


frequency to 92.50. Once the frequency is tuned in,
adjust the volume to the desired level using the VOLUME
control.
4✽

Main unit Remote control unit

12
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 13

Presetting or naming radio stations Listening to Preset Stations

(This operation is only possible from the remote control unit.) If the following operation is performed when the system power is off, the power automatically
You can preset up to 40 FM/AM stations. turns on and the radio is played. (Auto on function)
You can name the preset stations (up to 8 characters each). Example: Listening to the station preset at number 3

1 Tune in the desired preset station. Press the FUNCTION or


1 TUNER button to select TUNER
mode.
Main unit Remote control unit
Press the EDIT button on the remote
2 control unit.
Use the “9 ” and “8 ” buttons to select preset
• You can now begin character input. number “3” or press the “3” button on the numeric
keypad to display preset number “P03”.
Press the 9 / 8 button until the • The “9” and “8” buttons on the main unit can
desired character appears on the display. Flashes be selected when the preset mode has been set.
Press the ENTER/ MEMO button on the (Press the 2/BAND and + buttons at the same time to
remote control unit to store the input 2 change the Preset mode.)
character.
• Press the 7 button or the ENTER/
3 MEMO button to store the input ENTER/MEMO
character. The cursor will move to the
next character space. Repeat step 3 until
all the characters have been stored. Main unit Remote control unit Remote control unit

• You can move the cursor backward by


pressing the 6 button to make Next Flashes
corrections. Using the RDS functions

(This operation is only possible from the remote control unit.)


Press the EDIT button to confirm the
4 names of the preset stations.. Receiving RDS broadcasts (FM only)

Press the 9 / 8 button on the Press the BAND button and set
5 remote control unit to tune in the 1 the FM AUTO.
desired preset number. Main unit Remote control unit

Press the ENTER/ MEMO button to confirm


6 the preset station number. 2 Press the RDS button.

• To change a preset station name, press the CH+(9)/ CH–(8) to display the preset station
you want to change, then press EDIT and use the same procedure as in step 3 above to Press the TU+( 7 ) or
change. 3 TU–(6) button. (auto tuning)
• To preset only the frequency of the radio station, start over from step 1. Then press the ENTER/
MEMO button and proceed to steps 5 through 6. The display shows the preset number, band Reception frequency
and frequency.

4 The station is tuned in.

NOTE: If no RDS station is found, “ NO PROGRAM ” is displayed.

13
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 14

PTY Search TP Search

1 Press the RDS button twice. 1 Press the RDS button 3 times.

Press the PTY button to select the type of


program.
2 (One of the 29 types listed below can be Press the TU+( 7 ) or
selected.) 2 TU–(6) button. (auto tuning)

Reception frequency

Press the TU+( 7 ) or


3 TU–(6) button. (auto tuning)
3 The station is tuned in.
Reception frequency

NOTE: “ NO PROGRAM ” is displayed when there is no traffic information broadcast station.

4 The station is tuned in.

Radio Text
NOTE: If no program of the specified type is found, “ NO PROGRAM ” is displayed.

Program Types To set the RT mode, press the TIME/


1 DISPLAY button on the remote control unit
until “Radio Text” scrolls on the display.
(News) (Weather & Meteorological)

(Affairs) (Finance)
When the station currently tuned in is
(Information) (Children‘s Programs)
2 offering a radio text message service, the
message scrolls on the display. Scrolling display
(Sports) (Social Affairs)

(Education) (Religion)
• When the RT mode is turned on while an RDS radio station not offering an RT service is tuned
(Drama) (Phone In) in, “NO TEXT” is displayed on the display, then the mode automatically switches to the PS
mode.
(Culture) (Travel & Touring) • In the same way, the mode automatically switches to the PS mode when the RT service is
finished. In this case, the mode automatically switches from the PS mode back to the RT mode
(Science) (Leisure & Hobby) when an RT broadcast is resumed.
• The RT mode cannot be set in the AM band or for FM stations not offering RDS broadcasts.
(Varied) (Jazz Music) • To turn the RT mode off, press the TIME/ DISPLAY button and switch to the desired display
mode.
(Pop Music) (Country Music)

(Rock Music) (National Music)

(Easy Listening) (Oldies Music)

(Light Classical) (Folk Music)

(Serious Classical) (Documentary)

(Other Music)

14
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 15

10 LISTENING TO DAB (Check the connections on pages 4, 5.) Presetting the station that is currently tuned in

Tuning in DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) Up to 60 DAB stations can be tuned in.

Follow steps 1 to 6 under “Tuning in DAB (Digital Audio


Press the power operation Broadcasting) broadcasts” to tune in the station you want
1 switch to turn on the power.
1
to preset.
Main unit Remote control unit

Press the FUNCTION or Use the ENTER/MEMO button to enter the


2 TUNER button to select TUNER 2 station to be preset.
mode.
Remote control unit
Main unit Remote control unit

Use 9/ 8 buttons to select the preset number at


which the station is to be registered.
Press the 2 /BAND button to • Preset numbers at which stations are already registered
3 select DAB. are also displayed. Be careful not to accidentally
Main unit Remote control unit overwrite previously registered stations.
3

Press the MENU/ SET button


4 for at least 2 seconds.
Main unit Remote control unit
Main unit Remote control unit

Use the MENU/ SET button to start Use the ENTER/MEMO button to register
automatically scanning. the station at that preset number.
4 • Once stations are registered, they can be
• Use 9/ 8 buttons to select “AUTO
SCAN” (from between “AUTO SCAN” called out using 9/ 8 buttons.
When 30 broadcast stations were Remote control unit
and “DAB INITIALIZE”). Main unit
found
• When the operation is performed for the
first time, scanning starts automatically.
• When the MENU/SET button is pressed NOTES:
for over 2 seconds while in the standby ✽The function of the +/– button on the main unit may toggle between Tuning +/– and Preset
mode, the “DAB SCAN AREA” menu is Remote control unit +/– functions.
5 displayed, and the auto scan range can be selected The first station is
tuned in. • Pressing the – button while holding down the BAND button at the same time changes
using the 9/ 8 buttons. function of the +/– button to Tuning +/–. (“TUNING” flashes for 5 seconds.)
ALL BAND III (5A ~ 13F) • Pressing the + button while holding down the BAND button at the same time changes the
UK ONLY (11B ~ 12D) function of the +/– button to Preset +/–. (“PRESET” flashes for 5 seconds.)
• When auto scanning is completed, the number of • The +/– button is factory preset to function as a Tuning +/– button.
broadcast stations is displayed, then the first station is
The display in this section
tuned in. If “NO STATION” is displayed, check the
can be changed using the
antenna’s connection.(See page 4.)
TIME/DISPLAY button.
• <DAB INITIALIZE> is used to clear the preset values of
the registered broadcast stations.
Use the tuning buttons (TU+ and TU-) to select the
broadcast station.
• Broadcast stations are selected in the scanned order.
They can be resorted in alphabetical order using the
DAB/RDS button. (See “DAB Settings” on page 16.)
6

Main unit Remote control unit

15
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 16

Switching the DAB information display DAB Settings

Follow steps 1 to 6 under “Tuning in DAB (Digital Audio Use the DAB/RDS button to make the DAB
1 Broadcasting)” on page 15 to tune in a DAB station. settings.
Remote control unit

Use the TIME/DISPLAY button to switch


the DAB reception information on the
bottom line of the display. qTuning Aid
The display switches as follows each time
the TIME/DISPLAY button is pressed: Remote control unit The reception sensitivity of the
frequency that is currently tuned in is
displayed. Use this as a guide when
installing the antenna.
qData Label Segment Use 9 / 8 buttons to change the
reception frequency.
Text data included in the broadcast is
scrolled.
The borderline
wStation Name flashes.

The service station name is displayed.


If the mark is to the right of
eProgram Type the borderline, there is little
1
The category of the currently tuned in noise in the sound being
station is displayed. received.
wStation Order
rEnsemble Name Use 9 / 8 buttons to change the
order of the entries on the service list
2 The ensemble name is displayed. created using the “AUTO SCAN” function.

tFrequency
<MULTIPLEX> <ALPHANUMERIC>
The frequency is displayed. By order of frequency In alphabetical order
(Default)
ySignal Quality eDynamic Range Control
The sensitivity of the reception signal (0 Use 9 / 8 buttons to switch the
to 100) is displayed. A value of 80 or dynamic range.
higher indicates reception with no
noise. <OFF> <1/2>
uAudio Information
<1>
The bite rate and mode of the currently
tuned in station is displayed. rDAB Version

iData and Time The DAB module’s version is displayed.


The current date and time are
displayed.

• The timer clock can be set using the


MENU/SET button.

16
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 17

11 USING THE TIMER Setting the Current Time

The time and timer functions are incorporated in the CD receiver. The time is displayed in the 24-hour mode.
Timer Settings 3, 5 2, 4, 6
Types of timer operations
EVERYDAY TIMER : Use this to turn the power on and standby at the same time every day. 2, 4, 6
ONCE TIMER : Use this to turn the power on and standby once.
SLEEP TIMER : Use this to set the power to turn standby after 10 to 90 minutes, in steps 3, 5 3, 5
of 10 minutes (operated from the remote control unit).
Notes on timer settings
1
• Be sure to set the current time beforehand.
• To listen to or record a radio program (“air check”) using the timer, be sure to preset the station
beforehand. (Refer to “Presetting or naming radio station” on page 13.)
Example: Setting to 19:30 (7:30 p.m).
Power Failures
If the power cord is unplugged or there is a power failure, the settings of the current time and
once timer are erased and the time display will flash. If this happens, reset the current time and Press the CLOCK button and select the
the once timer. 1 clock display mode.
Also check the timer and tuner presettings, and reset them if they have been cleared. Remote control unit

Checking the Settings Press the MENU/ SET button


for at least 1 second to select
To check the timer settings, press the MENU/ SET button to select TIMER. the manual time setting mode.
Next, press the 9 or 8 button to select EVERYDAY or ONCE TIMER, then press the 2 (This cannot be set while the The hours place flashes. (If the
MENU/ SET and 9/ 8 button repeatedly to display in order: Timer Setting mode, Function clock is displayed in the Main unit Remote control unit hours have already been set, that
selection, (when in TUNER mode) the reception band and preset channel number, Timer On time, standby mode.) number flashes.)
Timer Off time and Timer ON/OFF. Press the MENU/ SET button again to return to the current
mode display.
Use the 9 or 8
Changing the Settings 3 button to set the hours.
The hours place flashes.
Repeat the timer setting operation to erase the previous settings and set the new settings. Main unit Remote control unit

Clearing the Settings


Press the MENU/ SET button to select TIMER. Next, press the 9/ 8 button to select
EVERYDAY, then press the 2 (stop) button for at least 2 seconds while EVERYDAY is displayed
4 Press the MENU/ SET button.
The minutes place flashes. (If
to clear the everyday timer settings. Main unit Remote control unit
the minutes have already been
Press the MENU/ SET button to select TIMER. Next, press the 9/ 8 button to select set, that number flashes.)
ONCE, then press the 2 (stop) button for at least 2 seconds while ONCE is displayed to clear the
everyday timer settings.
Use the 9 or 8
5 button to set the
Note on Setting the Timer minutes. The minutes place flashes.
Main unit Remote control unit
If the time set with the timer is reached while the system power is on, the operation switches to
the operation set by the timer.
Press the MENU/ SET button at the cue of a separate
Turning the Timer Off clock or time service to start the clock.
6
Follow the steps for “to turn on or turn off EVERYDAY/ONCE timer feature” to turn off the • The time display stops flashing and the clock starts The display stops flashing and
EVERYDAY/ONCE timer mode. running. the clock starts running from 00
seconds.

NOTE: • If an RDS station offers a time service the time can be set by pressing the TIME/ DISPLAY and
• Be sure to set the power to the standby mode when using the timer. MENU/ SET buttons on the remote control unit while that station is tuned in.

17
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 18

Setting the Timer

The power can be set to turn on and off at a specific time or at the same time everyday, in any 6 Press the MENU/ SET button.
modes: tuner, CD, cassette deck (optional) and timer recording (recording to the cassette deck
from the tuner or AUX input). Main unit Remote control unit

Use the 9 / 8 button to set the preset channel


number.
NOTE:
• Please do not change the setup function of this unit after performing the timer setup. In the
Flashes
event the setup function is changed, the timer start mode may not start properly. 7

1, 19 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 19 1 Main unit Remote control unit

2, 4, 6, 8 Press the MENU/ SET button.


8, 10, 12, Main unit Remote control unit
Flashes
(If the timer has already been
14, 16, 18 3, 5, 7, set, that number flashes.)
9, 11, 13,
15, 17 Use the 9 or 8
9 button to set the hours
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 for the timer on time. Flashes
Main unit Remote control unit
Example: Setting the tuner to turn on at 13:35, off at 13:56 (with FM 92.50 MHz preset at
channel 3) with everyday timer.

10 Press the MENU/ SET button.


Press the power operation Flashes
1 switch to turn on the power. Main unit Remote control unit (If the timer has already been
Say that FM 87.5 MHz is tuned set, that number flashes.)
Main unit Remote control unit in preset channel number “ 1 ”.
Use the 9 or 8
button to set the
Press the MENU/ SET button to 11 minutes for the timer on
2 set the timer setting mode. time. Flashes
Main unit Remote control unit
Flashes
Main unit Remote control unit

Press either the 9 or


8 button as desired.
12 Press the MENU/ SET button.
Flashes
3 Flashes Main unit Remote control unit (If the timer has already been
Main unit Remote control unit set, that number flashes.)
• The everyday timer is selected and “EVERYDAY”
appears in the display. Use the 9 or 8
13 button to set the hours
for the timer off time. Flashes
Main unit Remote control unit
4 Press the MENU/ SET button.

Main unit Remote control unit

Press the MENU/ SET button.


14
Flashes
Use the 9 or 8 Main unit Remote control unit (If the timer has already been
5 button to set the set, that number flashes.)
“TUNER” mode. Flashes
Main unit Remote control unit

18
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 19

Various Timer Operations


Use the 9 or 8
button to set the
15 minutes for the timer
Flashes
4, 6, 8 3, 5, 7, 8 1
off time. Main unit Remote control unit

16 Press the MENU/ SET button.


Main unit Remote control unit Displays the currently set 3, 5, 7,
timer ON or OFF mode. 8
Use the 9 or 8 4, 6, 8 4, 6, 8
17✽
button to select 1 2
“1_off/E_on”.
Example: Playing a compact disc with the once timer
• The mark lights. Main unit Remote control unit

Press the power operation


1 switch to turn on the power.
18 Press the MENU/ SET button.
Main unit Remote control unit

Main unit Remote control unit

Press the power operation Press the 5 (open/close) button and place a
switch to turn standby the 2 disc on the disc tray. Close the disc tray.
system’s power.
19 • The power switch indicator Main unit

turns orange and display turns Main unit Remote control unit
off.
Press the MENU/ SET button to
3 set the timer setting mode.
Flashes
✽Turning on and off the timer standby ON/OFF Main unit Remote control unit
• In TIMER STANDBY mode, each time the 9 or 8 button is pressed, the setting changes
as follows; Press the 9 or 8
button. The once timer
1 _ off / E _ off : Both timers are canceled. (The mark turns off.) 4 is selected and
“ONCE” appears in the
1 _ on / E _ on : Both once and everyday timers are activated. (The mark lights.) display. Main unit Remote control unit
Flashes

1 _ off / E _ on : Only the everyday timer is activated. (The mark lights.)

1 _ on / E _ off : Only the once timer is activated. (The mark lights.) 5 Press the MENU/ SET button.

Main unit Remote control unit


• When you complete the setting, the display automatically returns to the former state after 5
seconds.
• To change the settings of TIMER STANDBY, press MENU/ SET button to set the unit in TIMER Use the 9 or 8
STANDBY mode first, then use 9 or 8 button to make changes. 6 button to set the “CD”
mode. Flashes
Main unit Remote control unit

19
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 20

Cancelling the Sleep Timer

7 Press the MENU/ SET button. Select OFF using the SLEEP button.
The sleep timer is also canceled if the CD receiver‘s power operation switch or the power
Main unit Remote control unit operation switch on the remote control unit is pressed, turning the system power off.

Now follow steps 8 to 18 under “Setting the Timer” on NOTE:


page 18. • If a several timer operations are set at once, the sleep timer has priority.
• “The “E” indicating “EVERYDAY” switches to “1”
8 indicating “ONCE”.
• Press the MENU/ SET and 9 or 8 button to
select “1_on/E_off” and the mark lights in the step Order of priority of the sleep, everyday and once timers
17.
The sleep timer has priority for the off time. (The system operates as indicated by the bold lines.)

20:00 21:00 22:00

ON OFF
Everyday or once timer set
Setting the Sleep Timer The unit remains in the
standby mode.
(This operation is only possible from the remote control unit.) SLEEP
ON OFF
With this function, the power can be set to turn off after 10 to 90 minutes, in steps of 10 Sleep timer set to 60 minutes
minutes, using the remote control unit.
Even when the power was turned on with the timer, the power turns off if the remaining time of
Example: To turn the power off after 80 minutes when listening to FM 87.50 MHz the sleep timer reaches “00” before the off time set with the everyday or once timer is reached.
If the everyday or once timer’s on time is reached while the sleep timer is functioning, the
1 Tuner currently set to FM 87.50 MHz. everyday or once timer does not function.
When the setting times of the everyday and once timer overlap, the once timer has priority over
the everyday timer and the everyday timer will be canceled.

2 Press the SLEEP button.

Press the SLEEP button again while the


3 “SLEEP” indicator lights.

The previous display reappears after 5 seconds.


4 • The “SLEEP” indicator remains lit, indicating that the
sleep timer is functioning.

• The time is reset to “OFF” if the SLEEP button is pressed again while the sleep timer is
functioning.

20
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 21

12 PLAYING CDs 2 (stop) button


1/ 3 (play/pause) button
Normal Playback

1, 3 4
1/ 3
(play/pause)
button
2 (stop) button

4
Interrupting playback temporarily

Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause)


button.
Example: Playing a disc containing 15 tracks and with a playing time of 62 minutes, 3 The “ 3 ” mark appears on the
seconds, starting from the first track. 1 display, and playback stops at
Main unit Remote control unit
the point where the button was
pressed.
Press the 5 (open/close) button to open the
1 disc tray.
Resuming playback
Main unit

Press the 1/ 3 (play/pause)


button.
The “ 3 ” mark turns off on the
1 display, and playback resumes
2 Load the CD in the disc tray. Main unit Remote control unit
from the point where the pause
button was pressed.

Stopping playback
Press the 5 (open/close) button. The disc
tray closes.
3 • After several seconds, the disc
information is displayed. Press the 2 (stop) button.
Main unit 1
Main unit Remote control unit

Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause)


4 button.
NOTES:
Main unit Remote control unit
• When a disc is loaded, “LOADING” is displayed on the display for several seconds while the
data on the number of tracks and total playing time is being read from the innermost side of
the disc, after which the number of tracks and total playing time appear.
• The CD SRS button of the cassette deck (DRR-M33) will not function if pressed while the
disc is being read. Please press this button after the total
playing time has been displayed.
• If no disc is loaded, if the disc is upside down, or if the data
cannot be read properly due to scratches or dirt, the display
reads as shown below and the disc will not play.

21
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 22

Various Playback Functions (3) Playing all the tracks repeatedly ……………………………………………………………………
All-track Repeat
(Using the remote control unit)
In addition to the regular playback, the RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 also offers the following
playback functions:
When the REPEAT button is pressed twice, “ ” appears
(1) Playing a specific track ………………………………………………………………………………
Direct Search 1 on the display and the all-track repeat mode is set.
(Using the remote control unit) 1
Example: Playing the 8th track

2 Press the 1/ 3 (play/pause) button to start playback.


1 Press the CD button on the remote control unit. 2
1
• The all-track repeat mode can also be set by pressing the REPEAT button twice during
Press the button corresponding to the number of the track 8. playback.
2 • “8” appears on the track number display and playback of track 2 • To cancel the all-track repeat mode, press the REPEAT button to turn the “ ”
number 8 begins. indicator off.
• If the REPEAT button is pressed during programmed playback, the tracks are played
repeatedly in the programmed order.
• When the end of the track is reached, playback continues on the next track.
• To specify a track number of 11 or greater, say track 15, press +10 then 5 , and to specify a
track number of 20 or greater, say track 23, press +10 , +10 , then 3 .
To play track 20, press +10 then 10 .
• The system is in program play mode if “Pxx (xx:program number)” lights in the display. To
cancel the program play mode, press PROG/DIRECT button before you input the desired track
number.

(2) Playing a single track repeatedly …………………………………………………………………


Single- track Repeat
(Using the remote control unit)

When the REPEAT button is pressed once, “ ” appears on


1 the display and the single track repeat mode is set.
1
2 Use the 8 and 9 buttons to select the track to be repeated.

3
3 Press the 1/ 3 (play/pause) button to start playback.

2 2
• When the end of the specified track is reached, playback starts over from the beginning of
that track.
• The single-track repeat mode can also be set by pressing the REPEAT button once during
playback.
• To cancel the single-track repeat mode, press the REPEAT button repeatedly until the “ ”
indicator turns off.

22
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 23

(4) Playing the tracks in a certain order ………………………………………………………………


Programmed Playback Other operations possible during programmed playback:
Such operations as quick search, pause and skip monitor are also possible during programmed
(Using the remote control unit)
playback.
For the quick search function, press the automatic search reverse button ( 8 ) to move back to
the beginning of the track, then press it again while the time display reads “00:00” to move back
to the beginning of the preceding track.
To move ahead to the beginning of the next track, press the automatic search forward button
1 ( 9 ) regardless of the time display.

2
NOTES:
3 • With this CD receiver, you can program up to 25 tracks.
• The entire program is canceled when the 5 (open/close) button is pressed.
• Set the stop mode when cancelling tracks from the program. To cancel the program mode,
press the PROG/DIRECT button.

1 Press the PROG/ DIRECT button.

Displays when the 3rd track is set at the Automatic search forward button ( 9 )
first place.
after 5 seconds Automatic search reverse button ( 8 )

Automatic Automatic
Displays the total number of programmed search reverse search forward
Press the number and +10 buttons to select
tracks and total playing time. button ( 8 ) button ( 9 )
the track to be programmed.
2 • For example, to program the 3rd track and the
12th track, press 3 , +10 , and 2 .

Displays when the 12th track is set at the


second place.
after 5 seconds
(5) Moving ahead to the next track during playback ………………………………………………
Quick Search

Press the automatic search forward button ( 9 ).


Displays the total number of
programmed tracks and total playing
time. (6) Moving back to the beginning of the track during playback …………………………………
Quick Search
Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause) button to start
playback. Press the automatic search reverse button ( 8 ).
3 • The tracks are played in the programmed
order.
• Press the PROG/DIRECT button again to resume normal playback during the stop mode.
• To cancel the entire program, press the PROG/DIRECT button or cancel the program one by
one using the CLEAR button.
• If you program the wrong track, press the CLEAR button then program the right track. (The
last track in the program is erased each time the CLEAR button is pressed.)
• To confirm the programmed playing order, press the CALL button. The programmed playing
order appears in the display. Pressing the CLEAR button with a track number appearing in the
display automatically erases that specific track from Program Play.

23
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 24

(7) Finding a certain spot on the disc while listening to the sound ……………………………
Skip Monitor (8) Playing the tracks in random order ………………………………………………………………
Random Playback
(Using the remote control unit) (Using the remote control unit)
• Use this function to skip through the disc while listening to the sound.
• When the desired spot is reached using the skip monitor function, release the manual search
forward button ( 7 ) or manual search reverse button ( 6 ) to resume normal playback
from that point.
RANDOM button

Manual search forward button ( 7 )

Manual search reverse button ( 6 )

• Use this function to play all the tracks on the disc once in random order.
• In the stop mode, simply press the RANDOM button to set random playback.
q Forward skip monitor • “RANDOM” appears on the display.
(Using the remote control unit)
During playback, press and hold in the manual search forward button ( 7 ) to skip through
the disc in the forward direction while listening to the sound. • If the RANDOM button is pressed while the repeat mode is set, the tracks are each played
once in random order, then played again in another order, and so on.
• The track currently being monitored and the elapsed time for that track are indicated on the • The repeat mode is set to the all-track repeat mode when the RANDOM button is pressed
display. during single-track repeat mode.
• If the manual search forward button is held in until the end of the disc is reached, the stop
mode is set.
NOTES:
• The total remaining time cannot be displayed during the random playback mode.
w Reverse skip monitor • The random playback mode cannot be set during editing.
(Using the remote control unit)
During playback, press and hold in the manual search reverse button ( 6 ) to skip through
the disc in the reverse direction while listening to the sound.

• The track currently being monitored and the elapsed time for that track are indicated on the
display.
• If the manual search reverse button ( 6 ) is pressed continuously, it will reach the
beginning of the first track on the disc. Release the manual search reverse button ( 6 ) to
resume normal playback.

24
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 25

Edited Recording on Sides A and B of a Tape Press the EDIT button on the remote control Example: For a 60-minute tape
unit to set the length of the tape. (The length
This function allows edited recording according to the length of the tape. (This operation is only is the total for sides A and B.)
possible from the remote control unit.) • For a 60- minute (C- 60) tape, press the
Remote control unit
Edited recording is a system function of the RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 and DRR-M33. This EDIT button 2 times.
function can only be used in combination with the DRR-M33. • The display changes as shown below each time the
• Use this function to efficiently edit the tracks on a CD according to the length (time) of the tape EDIT button is pressed.
onto which you want to record. (If the tape length has already been set once, the
display changes starting from that length.)
NOTES: Side A display - Tracks 1 to 9
C-46 C-60 C-90 C---
• Load a blank cassette tape onto which you want to record in the cassette deck with side A will be recorded on side A.
4 2 minutes 40 seconds remaining
on the top before starting the editing procedure. The tape is automatically wound to the (nothing displayed)
beginning before recording starts. on side A
• The editing mode is canceled when the CD receiver’s STOP button is pressed. Inputting other tape sizes:
• Note that even if the tape is slightly longer than the disc’s total playing time, it may not be • To input other tape sizes, use the number and +10
possible to record all the tracks on sides A and B because of the combination of tracks to be buttons when “C ---” is displayed.
recorded on the different sides of the tape. After this, the remaining times for sides A and B are
• When recording on an already recorded tape, if the tape is longer than the new recording, displayed alternately for 5 seconds.
the previous recording will remain at the end of side B, so erase the tape before starting. Side B display - Tracks 10 to 16
• During edited recording, only the STOP button, power operation switch, and TIME/ DISPLAY will be recorded on side B.
1 minute, 20 seconds remaining
button for the CD player section and the stop button and power operation switch for the
on side B
cassette deck will function.
• Set the reverse mode on the cassette deck (DRR-M33) to or during edited Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause)
recording. button.
• Edited recording does not function when you play a disc with more than 26 tracks. • The tape is automatically
• This function is not available for MP3/WMA discs. 5 wound to the beginning on Track no. Elapsed time
Main unit Remote control unit
the cassette deck, then
recording starts.
(1) Recording the tracks in the same order as on the disc…………………………………………
Automatic Edited Recording
• To set a time other than 46, 60 or 90, input the time when “C —” is displayed. The time can
1 2, 3 5 be set to up to 99 minutes input in the same way as when inputting track numbers for the CD
direct search operation.
1
4
2
5

Press the FUNCTION button to


1 set the CD mode.
Main unit Remote control unit

Press the 5 (open/close) button to open the


2 disc tray.
• Load the disc in the disc tray.
Main unit

Press the 5 (open/close) button to close the


3 disc tray.
• The display appears after several seconds.
Main unit

25
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 26

13 PLAYING MP3/WMA Normal Playback

Listening to Recorded MP3/WMA (Windows Media Audio) CD/CD-R/CD-RW


1 2-q 3
There are many music distribution sites on the internet from which music files in MP3/WMA 2-w
(Windows Media Audio) audio compression format can be downloaded. Music downloaded as
instructed on the site and written onto a CD-R/RW disc can be played on the RCD-M35DAB/RCD-
M33.
3
Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered 2-w
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
2-q
• Uses of recordings you have made other than for your personal enjoyment are not permitted
under the Copyright Law without permission of the copyright holder.

About the folder playing order Example :


For a CD containing MP3/WMA files with the structure shown in Fig. 12-1, (1) playback from
If files in MP3 and/or WMA format are stored in multiple folders, the folder numbers are set File3 in FolderC in the disc mode, (2) playback of FolderD in the folder mode.
automatically when the disc is loaded. When the FOLDER +/ – buttons are pressed, the folders
switch according to the numbers set at this time. Folders not including any playback files are
Press the 5 (open/close) button to open the disc tray.
skipped, and the next folder is selected.
Load the CD in the disc tray.
Example :
Press the 5 (open/close) button to close the disc tray .
How the folder numbers are set for a disc containing MP3/WMA files in the folder structure • After several seconds, the disc information is displayed.
shown below
q The ROOT folder is set as Folder1.
w For the folders in the ROOT folder (FolderA and FolderB), the folder that comes first in 1
the sequence information* stored on the disc is set as Folder2.
e For the folders in the FolderA (FolderC and FolderD), the folder that comes first in the
sequence information* stored on the disc is set as Folder3 Main unit
r FolderC does not contain any other folders, so FolderD is set as Folder4
t FolderE in FolderD is set as Folder5.
y FolderB in the ROOT folder is set as Folder6.
*The folder and file sequence information stored on the disc depends on the writing
application used. For this reason the actual playback order may not be as expected. q Disc mode
The folder mode can be turned on (folder mode) and off (disc mode) using the FOLDER Use the CH+( 9 )
MODE button. The files that are played differ according to whether the folder or disc mode is and CH–( 8 )
set. buttons to select
File3. Main unit Remote control unit
When the disc mode is set:
All the files in all the folders after the selected folder and file are played. w Folder mode
When File3 in FolderC is selected, all the files after File3 are played. Use the FOLDER MODE
When the folder mode is set: 2 button to select the folder
All the files in the selected folder are played. mode, than use the FOLDER
When FolderD is selected, File4, File5 and File6 are played. FolderE inside FolderD is treated +/ – buttons to select
as a different folder, so File7 and File8 are not played. FolderD. Remote control unit

ROOT FolderA FolderC File1 • The FOLDER +/ – buttons can also be used in the play
or pause modes to select the folder. The first track in
(Folder1) (Folder2) (Folder3) File2
the selected folder is played or paused.
File3
FolderD File4
(Folder4) File5
File6
FolderE File7
(Folder5) File8
FolderB File9
(Folder6) File10 Fig,12-1

26
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 27

q File name display Stopping playback


Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause)
button. Press the 2 (stop) button.
Main unit Remote control unit • The current folder is displayed
1 in both the disc and folder
w Title/Artist display
The title, artist and album names are scrolled. modes. Main unit Remote control unit
• Use the TIME/ DISPLAY button to switch the
3 information displayed.

File Name Title / Artist e Title/Album display


Various Playback Functions

Title / Album Repeat and random playback are also possible for discs containing files in MP3 and/or WMA
format.
• The title, artist and album names are only displayed • It is possible to play only the files in the selected folder by selecting the folder mode with the
when they are recorded on the disc. FOLDER MODE button.
• Programmed playback is not possible for discs containing files in MP3 and/or WMA format.

(1) Repeat playback ………………………………………………………………………………………


Disc/Folder Repeat
2 (stop) button
(Using the remote control unit)
1/ 3 (play/pause) button

1 Select the folder or disc mode using the FOLDER MODE button.

1/ 3
Use the REPEAT button to select the repeat mode.
(play/pause) The repeat modes that can be selected depend on the random
button
2 (stop) button
mode setting and the play mode. Press the REPEAT button
repeatedly to switch between the repeat modes. 2
• When random mode is off in the disc mode: 1
Interrupting playback temporarily Repeat off
4
Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause) Disc mode • When random mode is on in the disc mode: 3
button.
The “ 3 ” mark appears on the 2
display, and playback stops at (Repeat off)
the point where the button was Main unit Remote control unit
pressed. • When random mode is off in the folder mode:
1 Folder mode
Press the 1 / 3 (play/pause) button again to resume
playback.
(Repeat off)
The title, artist and album names are scrolled.
• Use the TIME/ DISPLAY button to switch the • When random mode is on in the folder mode:
information displayed.

(Repeat off)

27
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 28

3 Use the FOLDER +/ – buttons to select the folder to be repeated. NOTES:


• The RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 is compatible with the “MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3” standards (sampling
frequency of 32, 44.1 or 48 kHz). It is not compatible with such other standards as “MPEG-2 Audio
Layer 3”, “MPEG-2.5 Audio Layer 3”, MP1, MP2, etc.
4 Press the 1/ 3 (play/pause) button to start playback.
• It may not be possible to play some CD-R/RW discs due to disc properties, dirt, warping, etc.
• The sampling frequency is output as 44.1 kHz by the sampling converter.
• In general, the higher an MP3 file’s bit rate, the better the sound quality. On the RCD-
• : Only the files in the selected folder are played repeatedly. M35DAB/RCD-M33, we recommend using MP3 files recorded with bit rates of 128 kbps or greater.
• : All the files on the disc are played repeatedly. Once playback of the last file is Applicable bit rates: 32 to 320 kbps for MP3 files, 64 to 160 kbps for WMA files.
• MP3/WMA files may not be played in the expected order, since the writing software may change
finished, playback starts over from the first file on the disc.
the position of the folders and the order of the files when writing them on the CD-R/RW.
• : All the files in the selected folder are played repeatedly. Once playback of the • Programmed playback are not possible with MP3/WMA discs.
last file in the selected folder is finished, playback starts over from the first • When writing MP3/WMA files on CD-R/RW discs, select “ISO9660 JOLIET EXTENSION” as the
file in the folder. writing software format. This may not be possible with some types of writing software. For details,
• To cancel the folder repeat mode, press the REPEAT button repeatedly until the “ ”, refer to the writing software’s usage instructions.
“ ” or “ ” indicator turns off. • With the RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 it is possible to display folder names and file names on the
display up to 32 characters.
• If recorded in a format other than “ISO9660 level 1”, normal display and playback may not be
possible. In addition, folder and file names including other symbols will not be displayed properly.
(2) Random playback ……………………………………………………………………………………
Random Playback • Be sure to add the extension “.MP3/WMA” to MP3/WMA files. Files cannot be played if they have
any extension other than “.MP3/WMA” or if they have no extension. (with Macintosh computers,
(Using the remote control unit) MP3/WMA files can be played by adding the extension “.MP3/WMA” after the file name consisting
of up to 32 capital or numbers and recording the files on the CD-R/RW.)
• Do not apply stickers, tape, etc., to either the label side or the signal side of CD-R/RW discs. If
1 Select the folder or disc mode using the FOLDER MODE button.
adhesive gets on the surface of a disc, the disc may get stuck inside the RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33
and be impossible to eject.
Press the RANDOM button in the play stop mode. • The RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 is not compatible with packet write software.
• Disc mode : 2 1 • The RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 is only compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag Version 1.x.
• The RCD-M35DAB/RCD-M33 is not compatible with play lists.
The mode for playing all the files on the disc in random order • The time may not be displayed properly when manual searching is performed during variable bit rate
is set. playback.
2 • Folder mode : 4 • Not compatible with switching of the time display using the TIME/ DISPLAY button.
• For files for which title and artist names are recorded, the title and artist names can be displayed in
The mode for playing all the files in the selected folder in 3 the play or pause mode by pressing the TIME/ DISPLAY button on the remote control unit.
random order is set. • Multi-session discs and CD-R/RW that have not been finalized can also be played back; however,
playback of discs that have had session closure within 10 sessions or have been finalized is
Random repeat playback is possible using the REPEAT button. recommended.
• The WMA meta tag function is compatible with title, artist and album names.
• The maximum number of playable files and folders is 512 for the sum of the number of folders and
3 Use the FOLDER +/ – buttons to select the folder to be repeated. files, with the maximum number of folders being 256.
• Copyright-protected WMA files cannot be played.
“Not Support” appears on the displayed. Use the 9 and 8 buttons to select another file.
4 Press the 1/ 3 (play/pause) button to start playback.

14 AUTO ON FUNCTION
• When the 1/ 3 (play /pause) button or 5 (open/close) button on the CD receiver is pressed
while the power is set to STANDBY mode, the power automatically turns on and the play or
open/close operation is performed.
• When the CD 1/ 3 button on the remote control unit is pressed while the power is set to
STANDBY mode, the power automatically turns on and the play operation is performed.
• In the same way, when the TUNER buttons on the remote control unit is pressed, the power
turns on and the corresponding station is tuned in.

28
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 29

15 TROUBLESHOOTING 16 SPECIFICATIONS
Check the following once more before assuming there is a problem with the system. Receiver section
1. Are connections proper? Reception frequency band: FM : 87.50 MHz ~ 108.00 MHz
2. Is the system being operated as explained in the operating instructions? AM : 522 kHz ~ 1611 kHz
If the system does not seem to be operating properly, check as shown on the table below. If DAB : BAND3 170 MHz ~ 240 MHz
none of these checks apply to the problem, the system may be malfunctioning. Disconnect the Reception sensitivity: FM : 1.5 µV/75 Ω/ohms
power cord immediately and contact your store of purchase. AM : 20 µV
DAB : –97dBm
Symptom Cause Remedy page FM stereo separation: 35 dB (1 kHz)
Rated output power: 22 W + 22 W (6 Ω / ohms, 1 kHz, T.H.D. 10%)
General

Power does not turn on • Power cord is not plugged into a • Plug the power cord securely 5 Audio input / output jacks: TAPE input/output jacks, AUX input/output jacks,
when power operation power outlet. into an outlet. MONO OUT
switch is pressed.
3.5 mm headphones jack
No sound is produced • VOLUME control is turned • Set the control to an appropriate 7
from the speakers. down. Position. CD player section
• Headphones are connected. • Disconnect the headphones. 7 Wow & flutter: Below measurable limits (±0.001% W. peak)
• Speaker cords are not securely • Connect securely. 5, 6
connected. Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz
Optical source: Semiconductor
No treble sound is • Speaker polarities ( < and >) • Connect the speaker cords 5 Analog Audio Output: OUTPUT level : 1.2 Vrms (TAPE OUT, AUX OUT)
produced, or the are inverted. properly.
position of the
instruments is unclear.
Clock, Timer section
Clock system: Power source synchronous system
Receiver section

A source other than the • Function is not properly set. • Set the desired function using 7 Clock precision (per month): ± 30 seconds
desired one is heard. the FUNCTION button. Timer functions: Everyday timer (1 setting)
Hissing sound is heard • Antenna direction is poor. • Change the direction of the 4 Once timer (1 setting)
in FM programs. antenna. Sleep timer (maximum 90 min.)
• Signals from the broadcast • Install an outdoor antenna. 4
station are weak. General
Power supply: AC 230 V, 50 Hz
Hissing sound is heard • Noise from a TV or interference • Turn the TV off. –
in AM programs. from a broadcast station. • Change the direction of the loop – Power consumption: 50 W
antenna. Maximum external dimensions: 210 (W) x 95 (H) x 328 (D) mm
• Install an outdoor antenna. 4 (including feet, controls and terminals)
Mass: 4.3 kg
Humming sound is • Signals on the power cord are • Insert the power cord in the –
heard in AM programs. being modulated by the power opposite direction. Remote control unit (RC-999)
source frequency. • Install an outdoor antenna. 4 Remote control system: Infrared pulse system
Power Supply: Two DC 1.5V R03/AAA batteries
Total number of tracks • Disc is loaded upside-down. • Reload the disc. 11 Maximum external dimensions: 49 (W) x 220 (H) x 25 (D) mm
not displayed when • Disc is dirty. • Clean the disc. 11
disc is loaded. • Disc is not of the specified type. • Replace with a disc of the – Mass: 120 g (including batteries)
specified type.
* Maximum dimensions include controls, jacks, and covers.
Nothing happens when • Disc is loaded upside-down. • Reload the disc. 11 (W) = width, (H) = height, (D) = depth
operating buttons are • Foreign object on disc tray. • Remove the disc and the foreign 11
pressed. object.
Disc stops in the • Disc is dirty. • Clean the disc. 11 • For improvement purposes, specifications and functions are subject to change without
CD player section

middle of a track and • Disc is scratched. • Replace with an unscratched – advanced notice.
will not play properly. disc.
Sound is broken. • Dirt, fingerprints, spittle, etc. on • Clean the disc. 11
disc.
• Disc is scratched. • Replace with an unscratched –
disc.
• Player is in an unstable place • Place the player in a stable place –
and vibrates strongly. with no vibrations.
Humming sound is • Signals on the power cord are • Insert the power cord in the –
heard, when disc is being modulated by the power opposite direction.
played. source frequency.
“Not Support” is • A copyright-protected WMA file • Use the 9 and 8 buttons 26, 28
displayed when playing or a file that cannot be played to select another file.
MP3 or WMA files. properly is selected.

29
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 30

MEMO

30
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 31

MEMO

31
RCD-M33-EK 05.4.12 9:13 AM ページ 32

TOKYO, JAPAN
www.denon.com Denon Brand Company, D&M Holdings Inc.
Printed in China 00D 511 4307 102