User manual Sony MD Walkman MZ-E90

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To  
Do this (Beeps in the  
headphones)  
BVa rio u s w a ys o f  
p la yb a ck  
To lo ck t h e co n t ro ls (HOLD)  
To prevent the buttons from being  
accidentally operated when you carry the  
player, use this function.  
BPo w e r so u rce s  
You can use the player on  
BAd d it io n a l in fo rm a t io n  
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Clcelaenatnhienpglayer casing with  
a
soft cloth  
Tro u b le sh o o t in g  
Sp e cifica t io n s  
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a
dry battery,  
slightly moistened with water or a mild  
Pause  
Press  
X
on the remote  
house current, or  
battery.  
a
Ni-MH rechargeable  
Pre ca u t io n s  
detergent solution. Do not use any type of  
abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent  
such as alcohol or benzene as it may mar  
the finish of the casing.  
Wipe the disc cartridge with  
remove dirt.  
Dust on the lens may prevent the unit from  
operating properly. Be sure to close the  
disc compartment lid after inserting or  
ejecting an MD.  
Should any problem persist after you have  
made these checks, consult your nearest Sony  
dealer.  
Syst e m  
Playing an MD right  
control. (Continuous  
short beeps)  
Pla yin g t ra cks re p e a t e d ly  
Audio playing system  
MiniDisc digital audio system  
Laser diode properties  
Material: GaAlAs  
HOLD  
On sa fe t y  
Do not put any foreign objects in the DC IN  
1.5V jack.  
Press  
control again to  
resume play.*  
X
on the remote  
You can play tracks repeatedly in three ways  
Portable MiniDisc Player  
away!  
all repeat, single repeat, and shuffle repeat.  
Usin g o n  
a
d ry b a t t e ry  
a
dry cloth to  
The player does not w ork or w orks  
poorly.  
1
PLAYMODE  
1
Insert one LR6 (size AA) alkaline battery  
(not supplied) into the supplied battery  
case, and close the lid.  
On p o w e r so u rce s  
You tried to play with no disc in the  
player (“NO DISC” flashes on the  
remote control).  
Emission duration: continuous  
Laser output: less than 44.6 µW*  
Charge the supplied rechargeable battery, before using it for the first  
Find the  
Press .once.  
Press the control  
towards . on the  
remote control. (Three  
short beeps)  
For use in your house: Use the AC power  
adaptor AC-E15L (not supplied). Do not  
use any other AC power adaptor since it  
may cause the player to malfunction.  
Operating instructions  
Mode d’emploi (au dos)  
beginning of  
the current  
track  
*
This output is the value measured at a distance  
of 200 mm from the objective lens surface on  
the optical pick-up block with mm aperture.  
time. Other choices are  
a
dry battery and house current. For details, see  
b
Insert an MD.  
7
Power Sources”.  
HOLD  
The hold function is activated and the  
controls are locked. (If you press any of  
the operation buttons on the player,  
“HOLD” flashes on the remote control.)  
On d ry b a t t e rie s a n d t h e b a t t e ry  
cInacrorryreinctgbactatesrey usage may lead to leakage of  
battery fluid or bursting batteries. To prevent  
such accidents, observe the following  
precautions:  
Revolutions  
Stereo or monaural playback is automatically selected, depending on the  
sound source.  
Find the  
Press  
Press the control  
towards on the  
.
repeatedly.  
Press PLAYMODE while the player is playing  
an MD.  
Each time you press PLAYMODE, the play  
mode indication changes as follows.  
beginning of  
the previous  
tracks  
Advanced Cross Interleave Reed Solomon Code  
(ACIRC)  
Sampling frequency  
44.1 kHz  
Coding  
Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding (ATRAC)  
Modulation system  
EFM (Eight to Fourteen Modulation)  
Number of channels  
.
Polarity of the plug  
b
Slide HOLD against the direction of  
the arrow to release the hold  
function.  
remote control  
repeatedly.  
Slide HOLD on the player in the direction of  
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1
Charge the rechargeable battery.  
Play mode indication  
If you are not going to use this player for  
long time, be sure to disconnect the power  
supply (AC power adaptor, dry battery, or  
rechargeable battery). To remove the AC  
power adaptor from the wall outlet, grasp  
the adaptor plug itself; never pull the cord.  
a
(Continuous three  
Ianlisgtnaleldbacottrerreicetslyw. ith the  
Do not try to recharge dry batteries.  
When the player is not to be used for  
time, be sure to remove the batteries.  
+
and  
poles  
Moisture has condensed inside the  
player.  
Make sure the  
+
and  
terminals  
MZ-E90  
TM  
After about 1.5 hours, charging ends and the lamp on the charger  
turns off. (To get maximum performance from battery, continue  
charging it for another hour after the lamp turns off.)  
short beeps)  
dreimreocttieocnoonftrtohle.  
.
to lock the controls of the  
are correctly oriented.  
b
Take the MD out and leave the  
player’s lid open for several hours  
until the moisture evaporates.  
Find the  
beginning of  
the next track towards N/  
Press  
>
N
once.  
a
long  
Sony Corporation  
©
1999 Printed in Japan  
Press the control  
2
Attach the battery case to the player.  
(none) (normal play)  
2
1
stereo channels  
monaural channel  
>
on  
All the tracks are played once.  
b
To e m p h a size b a ss  
(DIGITAL MEGABASS)  
If  
a
battery leak should develop, carefully  
The rechargeable battery or dry battery  
is weak (“LOW BATT” flashes on the  
remote control).  
Model for USA, Canada and  
continental Europe (Full charging  
takes 80 minutes.)  
World model and model for other  
countries (Full charging takes 120  
minutes.)  
the remote control.  
(Two short beeps)  
and thoroughly wipe away battery fluid  
from the battery compartment before  
inserting new ones.  
Do not carry the dry battery in your pocket  
or a bag, etc., with metallic objects such as  
key rings. The terminals of the battery or  
the battery carrying case may heat up from  
a
m
F” (all repeat)  
On ch a rg in g  
Frequency response  
20 to 20,000 Hz dB  
Wow and Flutter  
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Be sure to use the supplied battery charger.  
Charging time may vary depending on the  
battery condition.  
± 3  
tooutalewt all  
Go backwards Hold down ..  
while  
playing*  
All the tracks are played repeatedly.  
b
Replace the dry battery or recharge  
the battery.  
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.  
—Increase the separation between the  
equipment and receiver.  
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to  
a
w all outlet  
lamp  
Press and hold the  
quality audio reproduction.  
Below measurable limit  
Outputs  
Headphones: stereo mini-jack, maximum output  
level 5 mW + 5 mW, load impedance 16 ohms  
WARNING  
lamp  
1
control towards  
.
m
F1” (single repeat)  
When you use the battery for the first time  
The rechargeable battery or dry battery  
has been installed incorrectly.  
To p re ve n t fire o r sh o ck  
h a za rd , d o n o t e xp o se  
t h e u n it t o ra in o r  
m o ist u re .  
—Cciorcn  
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receiver is connected.  
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m
a
Go forward  
while  
playing*  
on the remote control.  
>
N.  
A
single track is played repeatedly.  
0• 1• 2•  
DIGITALMEGABASS  
or after  
a
long period of disuse, the battery  
short-circuit and can be dangerous.  
b
Ipnosltaarliltyth. e battery with correct  
NH-14WM  
Press and hold the  
control towards  
F SHUF (shumffle repeat)  
All the tracks are played repeatedly in  
random order.  
An MD with no recording on it is  
inserted (“BLANKDISC” flashes on the  
remote control).  
b Insert a recorded MD.  
The player cannot read the disc (it’s  
scratched or dirty) (“DISC ERR” flashes  
on the remote control).  
Ge n e ra l  
Pow er requirements  
—Craodniosu/ lTtVthteecdhenailceiraonrfaonr hexelp  
e.rienced  
p
(supplied)  
1
On  
The player gives out mechanical noise while  
operating, which is caused by the power-  
saving system of the player. This is not  
malfunction.  
m
e ch a n ica l n o ise  
If the rechargeable battery capacity  
becomes half the normal life, replace it with  
Nickel metal hydride rechargeable battery  
NH-14WM (supplied)  
One LR6 (size AA) battery (not supplied)  
Sony AC Power Adaptor AC-E15L*(not  
supplied) connected to the DC IN 1.5V jack  
Battery operation time  
NH-14WM  
(supplied)  
N/  
remote control.  
>
on the  
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC  
Rules. Operation is subject to the following  
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause  
harmful interference, and (2) this device must  
accept any interference received, including  
interference that may cause undesired  
operation.  
Turn tow ards LOCK.  
To release the battery case,  
turn towards RELEASE.  
a
new one.  
Remove the rechargeable battery when the  
unit is not to be used for long time. Do  
not carry the rechargeable battery in your  
pocket or bag, etc., with metallic objects  
such as key rings.  
a
To a vo id e le ct rica l  
sh o ck, d o n o t o p e n t h e  
ca b in e t . Re fe r se rvicin g  
t o q u a lifie d p e rso n n e l  
o n ly.  
Remove the  
MD  
Press x, and then  
2
slide OPEN.*  
a
If you have any questions or problems  
concerning your player, please consult your  
nearest Sony dealer.  
b
Reinsert or replace the disc.  
2
Insert the rechargeable battery.  
If p la yb a ck d o e s n o t st a rt  
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es  
a
a
See “When to replace or charge the batteries”  
Dimensions  
Make sure the player is not locked. For  
details, see “To lock the controls  
(HOLD)”.  
Tip s o n p la yb a ck  
Set DIGITAL MEGABASS to  
2 (strong).  
1
(weak) or  
battery indication which is displayed while using  
the player.  
1
Slide open the battery  
compartment as shown in the  
illustration.  
2
Insert the battery.  
To cancel the effect, set DIGITAL MEGABASS  
to 0.  
(3 / 8  
1
Approx. 78.4  
9/ 16  
×
2 7 in.) not including projecting  
13.5  
/ 8  
× 71.5 mm (w/ h/ d)  
You are cautioned that any changes or  
modifications not expressly approved in this  
manual could void your authority to operate  
this equipment.  
To kn o w t h e t ra ck n a m  
e
a n d t im  
e
t
Battery power decreasing  
On t h e b a t t e ry ca se a t t a ch m e n t  
t e rm in a ls o n t h e a in u n it  
Do not short-circuit the battery case  
×
×
m
b
Restart as follows.  
parts and controls  
Ca u t io n  
The use of optical instruments with this  
product will increase eye hazard.  
Fo r  
p lu g a d a p t o r  
If the battery charger does not fit the wall  
outlet, use the AC plug adaptor.  
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o d e ls su p p lie d  
w
it h t h e AC  
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v
1
2
Disconnect all the power sources.  
Leave the player for about  
30 seconds.  
Note  
If the sound becomes distorted when  
emphasizing bass, turn down the volume.  
r
Weak batteries.  
attachment terminals on the main unit with  
metallic objects, etc., when the rechargeable  
battery is inserted, as this may cause heat  
and can be dangerous.  
Approx. 70  
Approx. 113  
and nickel metal hydride rechargeable battery  
g
(2.5 oz.) the player only  
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display  
changes as follows.  
v
g
(4.0 oz.) incl. premastered MD  
a
e
E
a
Listening for many hours at maximum  
volume may damage your hearings.  
Fo r cu st o m e rs in t h e Un it e d St a t e s  
a n d Ca n a d a  
e
The batteries have gone out. “LOW  
BATT” flashes in the display on the  
remote control, and the power goes off.  
3
Connect the power source.  
NH-14WM  
Supplied accessories  
Battery Charger (1)  
Rechargeable battery (1)  
Rechargeable battery carrying case (1)  
Headphones with a remote control (1)  
Dry battery case (1)  
Carrying pouch (1)  
AC Plug Adaptor (1) (World model only)  
DISPLAY  
When carrying the player in a bag, be sure  
to put it in the supplied carrying pouch.  
In fo rm a t io n  
DHYISDPROISDAELB  
O
AFTTNEIRCYK.EL METAL  
NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY.  
DISPOSE OF PROPERLY.  
You can return your unwanted nickel metal  
hydride batteries to your nearest Sony Service  
Center or Factory Service Center.  
Note: In some areas the disposal of nickel  
metal hydride batteries in household  
or business trash may be prohibited.  
For the Sony Service Center nearest you call  
-800-222-SONY (United States only)  
For the Sony Factory Service Center nearest  
you call 416-499-SONY (Canada only)  
Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking  
Make sure the  
terminals are  
correctly oriented.  
+
and  
Disp la y  
b a ck  
For details, see “To know the track name  
and time”.  
w
in d o w  
w
h ile p la yin g  
To p ro t e ct yo u r h e a rin g (AVLS)  
The AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter  
System) function keeps down the maximum  
volume to protect your ears.  
The MD is not played normally.  
Battery life*  
The player is set to the repeat mode  
(“F” is displayed on the remote  
control).  
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE  
FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR  
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY  
NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES  
RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE  
PRODUCT OR THE USE OF ANY  
PRODUCT.  
On h e a t b u ild -u p  
3
Batteries  
Playback  
Track name* or elapsed time of  
the track being played  
b
Press PLAYMODE repeatedly until  
F” disappears, then start  
playing.  
Elapsed time  
Ni-MH  
Approx. 21 hours**  
LLSIMIT  
rechargeable battery  
(NH-14WM)  
NORMA  
b
V
On in st a lla t io n  
Op t io n a l a cce sso rie s  
AC-E15L AC power adaptor*(except for  
AMuDsRtr-asleiari)es Stereo headphones**  
SRS-series Sony Active Speakers  
3
4
1InSslidee OrPtEN.an MD.  
OalnkaelLinRe6b(astitzeeryAA)  
Approx. 31 hours  
Never use the player where it will be  
subjected to extremes of light, temperature,  
moisture or vibration.  
An MD is not played from the first track.  
MZ-E90  
2
Insert an MD and press the lid down to  
close.  
Track number  
Tips  
Track number  
Disc playing stopped before it came to  
the last track.  
1
m
One LR6 (size AA)  
alkaline battery  
Approx. 56 hours**  
Track name  
Never wrap the player in anything when it  
is being used with the AC power adaptor.  
Heat build-up in the player may cause  
malfunction or injury.  
b
Press . repeatedly or eject and  
The OPR lamp on the player lights up on  
and a Ni-MH  
rechargeable  
battery  
*
The operative voltage for the AC power  
adaptor varies depending upon the country in  
which it is sold. Therefore, purchase the AC  
power adaptor in the country you intend to  
use it.  
the player during playback. When you  
press x, the lamp goes off.  
This mark is valid for Russia only.  
nickel metal hydride battery.  
Certain countries may regulate disposal of the  
battery used to power this product.  
Please consult with your local authority.  
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Set AVLS to LIMIT.  
The volume is kept at  
(NH-14WM)  
On t h e h e a d p h o n e s  
Road safety  
Fo r cu st o m e rs in Au st ra lia  
If the supply cord of the AC power adaptor is  
wfaecrtuadrearpotorrhmisuasgtebnet for  
pressed x.  
Track number  
a
moderate level, even  
*
The battery life may be shorter depending on  
operating conditions and the temperature of  
the location.  
m
if you try to turn the volume above the  
limited level.  
Playback sound skips.  
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a
remote control, use only headphones with  
MD WALKMAN” is  
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trademark of Sony  
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Note  
Do not slide OPEN during playback. If you  
do, the lid opens and playback stops.  
Disc name  
The player is placed where it receives  
continuous vibration.  
Corporation.  
the cord to be replaced.  
With label facing upw ard, insert disc in  
direction of the arrow .  
** With  
a
fully charged battery  
may create  
a
traffic hazard and is illegal in  
many areas. It can also be potentially  
dangerous to play your player at high volume  
while walking, especially at pedestrian  
crossings. You should exercise extreme  
caution or discontinue use in potentially  
hazardous situations.  
b Put the player on a stable place.  
stereo mini plugs.  
Fo r cu st o m e rs in t h e Un it e d St a t e s  
Ow n e r’s Re co rd  
stereo mini plugs  
When using optional headphones  
Use headphones with  
You cannot use headphones with  
microplug.  
Usin g o n h o u se cu rre n t  
The model number is located at the bottom  
and near the display and the serial number is  
located on the floor of the disc compartment.  
Record the serial number in the space  
provided below. Refer to them whenever you  
call upon your Sony dealer regarding this  
product.  
We lco m e !  
Play an MD.  
a
stereo-miniplug.  
Number of tracks recorded on the MD  
a
Remove the rechargeable battery when using  
the player on house current.  
Sound has  
a lot of static.  
Welcome to the world of the MiniDisc! Here  
are some of the capabilities and features  
you’ll discover with the new MiniDisc Player.  
3
Strong magnetism from a television or  
x
OPR lamp  
*
1
When you press  
.
or  
>
N
on the  
Note  
Disc and track names appear only with MDs that  
have been electronically labeled.  
Preventing hearing damage  
Avoid using headphones at high volume.  
Hearing experts advise against continuous,  
loud and extended play. If you experience a  
ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or  
discontinue use.  
such device is interfering with  
operation.  
player during pause (X), the player  
1
2
Attach the supplied battery case to the  
player.  
b Move the player away from the  
Your dealer may not handle some of the above  
listed accessories. Please ask the dealer for  
detailed information about the accessories in  
your country.  
Small body almost the size of  
jacket  
Ideal weight and size; fits in your shirt  
pocket.  
Upper and low er body made of new  
developed high-rigidity magnesium  
Low pow er-consumption design enables  
extended battery life.  
Simple “One-Touch Eject” function for  
easy MiniDisc handling  
switch on the side of the  
player causes the player lid to open and the  
MiniDisc to eject.  
Easy-to-operate headphones remote  
control w ith backlit LCD  
a
MiniDisc  
i
jack  
source of strong magnetism.  
Model No. MZ-E90  
Serial No.  
4
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towards  
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Connect the AC-E15L AC power adaptor  
(not supplied) to the DC IN 1.5V jack of  
the battery case.  
Remote  
.
or N/  
>
on the remote  
Tchhaergreinchga(rignecaabslee obfaattcehryardgoeerswniotht satalirdt).  
In fo rm a t io n  
This equipment has been tested and found to  
control  
3
control) during pause (X), you can fast  
forward/ rewind without listening to the  
playback sound.  
Once you open the lid, the point to start  
playback will change to the beginning of  
the first track.  
3
* Appears only with MDs that have been  
electronically labeled.  
4
N/ꢀ  
>
Caring for others  
The lid of the battery charger is not  
closed properly.  
b Close the lid and slide the lock.  
comply with the limits for  
a
Class  
B
digital  
3
Connect the AC power adaptor to  
outlet.  
a
wall  
Keep the volume at  
a
moderate level. This  
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby  
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.  
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.  
These limits are designed to provide  
reasonable protection against harmful  
.
x
2
*
2
will allow you to hear outside sounds and to  
be considerate of the people around you.  
1
to  
a
w all outlet  
interference in  
a
residential installation. This  
A
single slide of  
a
Player  
Design and specifications are subject to change  
without notice.  
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate  
radio frequency energy and, if not installed  
and used in accordance with the instructions,  
may cause harmful interference to radio  
communications. However, there is no  
guarantee that interference will not occur in  
particular installation. If this equipment does  
cause harmful interference to radio or  
television reception, which can be determined  
by turning the equipment off and on, the user  
is encouraged to try to correct the interference  
by one or more of the following measures:  
On t h e Min iDisc ca rt rid g e  
No sound comes through the  
headphones.  
Do not touch the internal disc directly.  
Forcing the shutter open may damage the  
internal disc.  
1
Connect the headphones to the remote control.  
Plug it in firmly all the way.  
The headphones plug is not firmly  
connected.  
Do not place the cartridge where it will be  
subjected to light, temperature, moisture or  
dust.  
b
Connect the headphones plug firmly  
to the remote control.  
a
Keep the main unit in your pocket and  
operate the MiniDisc player through the  
“slim stick” remote control. The LCD  
displays disc and track information,  
playback mode as well as battery  
condition.  
2
3
Connect the headphones with the remote control to the  
i
.
jack.  
on the remote  
Press  
control).  
The OPR lamp on the player lights up and the player starts to play the first track.  
When using the remote control, short beep sounds in the headphones.  
>
N
(or press the control towards N/> or  
b
Connect the headphones plug firmly  
to the  
i jack.  
to DC IN 1.5V jack  
Volume is too low.  
b Adjust the volume by pressing  
VOLUME +/ (VOL +/ on the  
remote control).  
AVLS is on.  
Slide AVLS to NORM.  
a
Shock-resistant memory offsets up to 40  
seconds of optical read errors.  
4
Press VOLUME+/– (or press VOL+/– on the remote control) to adjust the  
Note  
volume.  
The volume indicator appears on the remote control to allow you to check the  
volume.  
b
To stop play, press x.  
The OPR lamp on the player goes off. The display on the remote control disappears  
after  
a while. When using the remote control, a long beep sounds in the headphones.  

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