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Hookups
When
connecting
an audio
cord, be sure
to match the
color-coded
cordto
the appropriate
jacks
on the
components:
Red
(right)
to
Red and White
(left)
to
White. Be sure
to make
connections
firmly
to avoid
hum
and noise.
CD player
Amplifier
"_°
You canadjust the output levelto the amplifmr
cept for
CDP-CE305.CDP-C250Z
and
CDP-C661)
Press
_
OUT
LEVEL
+/-
on
the
_ote.
You
can
reduce the
output
level up to-20
dB.
When you reduce
the output
level,
_
appears in
the
display.
When
you turn
off the player, the outlJut
level
automatically returns to
the
maximum level.
"_°
If you
a component
with the
CONTROL
A1
have
connector
(CDP-CE505
only)
Connect
the component
via the CONTROL
A1 connector.
You can control
the
player
with
the connected
component.
For details,
refer to the
supplementary
instructions.
Connecting
the AC
power
cord
Connect
the
AC pow_"
cord to a wall outlet.
Transporting the player
Before translSorting
the
player,
follow
the
procedure
below
to return the internal
mechanisms
back to
their
original
position.
1
Remove
all the
discs
from
the
disc
tray.
2
Press zx OPEN/CLOSE
to close
the
disc
tray.
"no
DISC" appears
in the display.
3
Wait for 10 seconds,
then press
POWER to turn off
the
player.
Note
If
you
pressthe
LINE OUT
LEVEL
+/-
buttonsOntheremote
while
recording,therecordinglevelwill
changeevenwhen it
ispreseton the
tape
deck,
etc.(exceptforCDP-CE305, CDP-
C250Z
and
CDP-C661).
• If you
have
a digital component
such
asa digital
amplifier, D/A converter, DAT or MD (CDp-CE505and
CDP-C450Zonly)
Connect
the component
via the DIGITAL
OUT (OPTICAL)
connector using
the
optical cable
(not supplied).
Take off
the
cap
and
plug in the
optical cable.
Note that you cannot use fading
in
or out
(page
14) and
Time Fade (page
l_,functions
when making this
connection.
"_
POC-15
Optical cable (not supplied)
CD pla 'er
Digital
component
Note
When
you
cormect
via
the
DIGITAL
OUT (OFrICAL)
co_nector,
noise
may
occum
when
youplay CO soRwareother
than music,
such
as aCD-ROM.
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