User manual Sony CD Walkman D-EQ550

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BOther Operations  
To lock the buttons  
You can lock your CD player against any  
accidental operations.  
To  
Press  
3
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Using other functions  
Play (from the  
point you stopped)  
> N  
Selecting play mode  
To maximize the skip protection  
performance (ESP MAX)  
The typical ESP (Electronic Shock Protection)  
function minimizes skipping by using a  
buffer memory that stores music data and  
plays it back in the event of a shock.  
The ESP MAX system is an extremely  
sophisticated technology. Due to the light  
weight and improved anti-shock  
Playing a CD right  
away!  
Play (from the first  
track)  
> N for 2  
seconds or more  
You can enjoy the following five play modes:  
“Normal play”, “Repeat play — all the  
tracks”, “Single track play”, “Repeat play —  
a single track” and “Repeat shuffle play”.  
Stop  
x
Find the beginning  
of the current track  
. once  
If you want to play a CD right now, choose to use your CD player on  
house current. You can also use it on dry batteries (see “Power Sources”  
on the reverse side).  
(
AMS*1  
)
characteristics of the optical block, this system  
recovers from the skipping much quicker  
than conventional technology such as ESP or  
Portable  
Find the beginning  
of previous tracks  
(AMS)  
. repeatedly*2  
ESP .*  
2
CD Player  
MENU  
*
Although ESP MAX provides excellent  
Slide HOLD in the direction of the arrow.  
When you press any button, “Hold” appears  
in the display and you cannot operate the CD  
player.  
protection, skipping may occasionally occur.  
Find the beginning  
of the next track  
(AMS)  
> N once*  
2
Press MENU during play.  
1
Each time you press the button, the play  
mode indication in the display changes as  
follows:  
Connect  
Operating Instructions  
to an AC  
outlet  
Find the beginning  
of succeeding  
tracks (AMS)  
> N  
repeatedly*2  
To unlock, slide HOLD in the opposite  
direction of the arrow.  
About area code  
Play mode indication  
ESP  
The area code of the player you purchased is shown on upper left of the bar  
code label on the package.  
For accessories supplied with your player, check the area code of your model  
and refer to “Supplied accessories” toward the end of this manual.  
To protect your hearing (AVLS)  
The AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter  
System) function keeps down the maximum  
volume to protect your ears.  
See “Using the supplied  
headphones” on the  
reverse side.  
Go forward  
quickly  
Hold down  
> N  
AC power adaptor  
Go backwards  
quickly  
Hold down .  
Set ESP to “ON.”  
The ESP indication appears.  
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No indication (Normal play)  
The player plays all the tracks on the CD  
once.  
*
*
1
2
AMS = Automatic Music Sensor  
To release the ESP MAX function, set ESP to  
“OFF.”  
After you have played the last track, you can  
return to the beginning of the first track by  
pressing > N. Similarly, if you are at the  
first track, you can locate the last track by  
pressing ..  
m
” (Repeat play — all the tracks)  
SOUND  
The player plays all the tracks on the CD  
repeatedly.  
Hold down SOUND until “AVLS” appears in  
the display.  
To remove the CD  
Remove the CD while pressing the pivot.  
m
“1” (Single track play)  
Notes  
Playing may stop when the CD player gets a  
strong shock even with the ESP MAX function  
on.  
DC IN 4.5 V  
The player plays  
selected once.  
a
single track you’ve  
• You may hear  
a noise or sound may skip:  
Sony Corporation.  
WALKMAN” is a trademark of  
— when listening to a dirty or scratched CD,  
— when listening to an audio test CD,  
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1” (Repeat play — a single  
If you turn up the volume to *”, you  
cannot turn up the volume any more.  
track)  
The player plays  
selected repeatedly.  
when the player receives continuous shock or  
— when using poor-quality CD-Rs/CD-RWs or  
if there is problem with the recording  
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a
single track you’ve  
a
device or application software.  
D-EQ550  
Sony Corporation ©2001 Printed in China  
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SHUF” (Repeat shuffle play)  
The player plays all the track on the CD  
in random order repeatedly.  
To enjoy more powerful bass sound  
(Digital MEGA BASS)  
You can emphasize the bass-boosted sound.  
If you want to turn up the volume to more  
than “ *”, hold down SOUND until  
“AVLS” disappears from the display.  
About the display  
When you press > N, the total number of  
tracks in the CD and the total playing time  
appear.  
*
For the customers in France  
This level is set to “ .”  
WARNING  
During play, the track number and the  
elapsed playing time of the current track  
appear.  
Note  
To prevent fire or shock  
hazard, do not expose  
the unit to rain or  
moisture.  
2
3
• If you use the sound function and the AVLS  
function at the same time, sound may be  
distorted. If this happens, turn down the  
volume.  
Place a CD  
If the volume does not increase  
If “AVLS” flashes in the display, hold down  
SOUND until “AVLS” disappears from the  
display. For details, see “To protect your  
hearing (AVLS).”  
SOUND  
Press SOUND to select “BASS  
“BASS  
” or  
.”  
Do not install the appliance in a confined  
space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.  
Connecting to other  
stereo equipment  
No indication  
(Normal play)  
About CD-Rs/CD-RWs  
To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation  
of the apparatus with newspapers, table-  
cloths, curtains, etc. And don’t place lighted  
candles on the apparatus.  
This CD player can play CD-Rs/CD-RWs  
recorded in the CD-DA format*, but playback  
capability may vary depending on the quality  
of the disc and the condition of the recording  
device.  
You can listen to the CD through other stereo  
equipment or record a CD on a cassette tape.  
Refer to the instruction manual of the other  
equipment for details. Before making  
BASS  
BASS  
OPEN  
*
CD-DA is the abbreviation for Compact Disc  
Digital Audio. It is a recording standard used  
for the Audio CDs.  
connections, turn off each piece of equipment.  
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place  
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on  
the apparatus.  
When closing the lid of the CD player  
with the power supply attached  
While the “disc” flashes in the display, the CD  
starts rotating and will stop after the CD  
player reads the disc information. This helps to  
shorten the waiting time before playback  
starts.  
CAUTION  
The use of optical instruments with this  
product will increase eye hazard.  
Label side up  
i
1
Press OPEN to open the lid.  
2Fit the CD to the pivot.  
3Close the lid.  
The selected sound mode is displayed.  
Certain countries may regulate disposal of the  
battery used to power this product. Please  
consult with your local authority.  
“BASS  
” enhances the bass sound more  
.”  
than “BASS  
Connecting cord  
Notes on handling CDs  
• To keep the CD clean, handle it by its edge.  
Do not touch the surface.  
• Do not stick paper or tape onto the CD.  
• Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight or  
heat sources such as hot air ducts. Do not  
CAUTION  
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN  
OPEN  
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM OR VIEW  
DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL  
INSTRUMENTS  
Note  
If the sound is distorted when using the  
SOUND function, turn down the volume.  
Left (white)  
Right (red)  
LINE IN or  
REC IN  
Play  
leave the CD in  
sunlight.  
a
car parked under direct  
To turn off the operation beep  
sound  
You can turn off the beep sound that is heard  
from your headphones/earphones when you  
operate your CD player.  
Stereo system,  
cassette recorder,  
radio cassette  
recorder, etc.  
1
Press > N.  
1
2
Remove the power source (AC power  
adaptor or dry batteries) from the CD  
player.  
Connect the power source while pressing  
Notes  
• Before you play the CD, turn down the volume  
of the connected equipment so as not to  
damage the connected speakers.  
• If you turn up the volume to more than “  
the sound may be distorted.  
Not these ways  
x.  
”,  
2
Adjust the volume.  
To turn on the beep sound  
Remove the power source and then connect the  
power source without pressing x.  
To stop play, press x.  
Continue to the reverse side c  

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